Stephenville High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Stephenville, TX)

 - Class of 1969

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Va,,, - ' . 54- ' ,. -- - -- -1 ,gg S- , 4 ' A gg - 3.41. ,V ' 69,1 42 an Je iq-Q 325-' " S7-'f "!' R,-L -gge--. gzwf ,r jr .. . , LM . L .a f 1 2 5. 4 3,751+ - -- N M-VS' - 5-931 ,gg-51.-. zf .- -ff ., - V -iw , 2, . 1111 Q, ,V .Y 'fl ,- - -H - 'f fga f r -i" '55' f-1 f f ' 'Af' ,gg ,F , .-,gif - - ,- 1 , -5, -ff -. ag 4- 1,-2533- f. Published by The Students of Stephenville High School Stephenville, Texas ACKET 1.9 45235 Q ge -42. The Yearbook Begins in the Summer! i Activities Speed Up in the Fall, 1 e K i V- . eegie K: .,., M155 1 A kg M53 W 'M Pamgm i ii i wmv on Fgmv, ,im 5 f e V if 'i'-- mean seuooi, ci3:zzidx'e11'5OC3 ad.. X A 5 ee ,S ix n - Q i 1.::SQ . S we f S The 1969 JACKET STAFF K y L ttl t CO EDITOR D K CO EDITOR S Sth CthyB don Nt St ph J dyH gh 1 D dL BffH g P M G ld ADVISER ce sen J ly H son K thy C ford S dr S th Continue through Wmter and Sprmg, and Climax at the Senbble Party' t. Z F5 f W, :' I SA i Presents SHS People . . . ALERT Administration Faculty Classes ALIVE. .... . . .103 Activities and Organizations I Advertising and Our Community 4 Highlights ....... 6 ALERT.. .. .. .27 Q' ACTIVE.. ...2l1 ALIVE and ACTIVE My The entire student body, as well as all of the faculty and administration at SHS, have a large stake in the continued progress of Stephenville High School. Whether banding to- gether to strengthen the comprehensive program of education needed to achieve our goals or taking time out to find fun and relaxation in the various activities available at SHS, each of us shares a glowing pride in the JACKET's fine record of accomplishments and renews our individual efforts to meet today's challenge. As Jackets progress with initiative and ability so do the business men and women of the community abound in versatile talents and services. These Jacket sup- porters are motivated with the American spirit of free enterprise and a strong sense of fair play. Representing "SHS People, ALERT, ALIVE and ACTIVE" is the school seal, designed by Judi Houston, Class of '68, in a Student Council-sponsored contest and approved by our Board of Education in an early summer meeting. The newly adopted seal of Stephenville High School, cir- cular in shape, is symbolic of continuous progression. The torch of learning in the center is a source of enlightenment and guidance. Resembling the letters 'gSHS,', the flame represents the burning desire to advance and achieve. The conical shape of the torch is suggestive of a cornucopia containing an overflowing supply of enthusiasm - enthusiasm which both teachers and students possess in their quest for knowledge and their participation in extra-curricular activities. The Yellow Jacket on the cone stands for all teams, athletic and scholastic, representing Stephenville High School. The blocks above the cone represent the varied courses of study - the building blocks of a well-rounded education. The words 'Stephenville High School" appear around the top of the seal with the Latin phrase Hin Omnia Paratusf' meaning "Ready For All" around the bottom. The colors of the seal are blue, gold, and white. Blue, one of the traditional school colors, symbolizes loyalty and the great beyond ftruth and knowledge not learnedj. Gold, another school color, implies malleability in that education shapes the minds and the characters of youth. Gold has a rust-free characteristic, and knowledge helps eliminate cor- rupting prejudices, tarnished traits of character, and the tendency to remain at rest mentally. It represents the wealth received from being educated and is indicative of the excellent opportunity offered to every student - a chance to expand his mind, thus increasing his capabilities. White, a symbol of beneficence, CEducation is beneficial to societyj, represents the purity of truth. SHS'ers Scribble, ' School Bells Ring for 1968-1969 M-ffvw f -, , -- - . -fx , .l,. Q 'Q If ,wuuqgg pw W E 5 A S M Y,if wr 5 3 E 'v S 3 if Y! H 1 1 2 ,a . 35 :J i -5 3 'E 4 I S 1 '1 51 gi v i 3 5 l Y 1 I 94 fi vm Wim, ,..Ei,,,,, -niixz :.K,,,,,,1 121 ,-JW, ,, ,Ef, ,, ,mm , ,,,f f?h,..,,S..,E..,.R.....,. , m5 mm, J,,,M.,-,5 3 Fall Finds Football Fun Contagiou ...,A Q, .1 A ,W .J , . .M-fmg,V::,x1 vmkffi- M., . .W ,xx w.se..:fxx5w:sxsxa.x Q: w :.v,-LM .IM:.::v,.:,.g,.:3u1,iQQZyggug-,Q,::.1, f V 1 f 1 .... QW X- ww-vLQa,mQHif -2:-f 1 ' WA if Fm ijlxuut-K A .x K. Q A- fm 52 6: W X , 10 ' xx Y, A QL,-is iff! l, ,LZL LLL,,L L J N p .- Jz I ,L f 6 W2 .,. Sweethearts on Parade Pre-game activities reveal Tula Lcwallen as the '68 Football Sweetheart. Game captains Terry Lowery, Terry Fitzgerald, and Duke Everett escort Tula through miniature goal posts and give her the traditional red roses and a kiss. Dispensing with the usual half-time show, the Jacket Band and the Stingerettes present Band Sweetheart Joan Miller and Stingerette Beau David Daniell. Homecoming I Spirit . . . 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V , Snow and Santa Kindle Yule Spirit Traditional candlelighting ceremony marks the induction of National Honor Society members followed by an early snow setting the scene for such winter highlights as round- ball, Santa's visit and mid-term graduation. Head senior sponsor, Mr. Rex Stephens, checks last minute requirements for candi- dates Linda Jones, Rita Packwood, Mike Pack, Sheri Gilly, Barbie Honsaker, Nika McNeill, Jo Nell Cooke, Lynda Green and Mary Holder. Ja? Basketball Fever Captivates Everyone 4 x V' H -LW ,I x e , 1 fr Nz Atmosphere of Cinderella Complex F . A V O R I T E S 17 Spring at SHS Brings Keen Competition, r Fourteen literary contestants represent SHS in district competition - Mike Cedars, Kermit Northcutt and Clay Knapp in Number Sense, Jackie Quarles and Marion Ferguson in Slide Rulcg Wayne Sharp in Science, Vicki Lowry, tfli it Melody Hook, Marilyn McA1ister, Jerry Smith gg and Betty Jackson in Typing, and Cyd Baum- gardner and Cheryl Ross in Spelling. Of these Mike Cedars places first in Number Sense and sf Jackie Quarles second in Slide Rule to ad- S vance to regional competition. Pictures on opposite page show happy SHS Stage Band contestants bringing home Texas Tech contest trophies, Steve Huey giving concluding remarks at the Employer-Appreci- ation Banquet and representative scenes from the closely-contested Sadie Hawkins Tourney. Mr. Crabtree coaches regional number sense and slide rule contestants, Mike Cedars and Jackie Quarles. 7 5 Q7 The Jacket Camera "tells it like it isi' on April 4 at the Friday afternoon practice for the Lions Club Queen Contest. Then "adding icing to the cake" of the FUN-D Program following the delicious chicken barbecue, eighteen SHS seniors fCan they possibly be the same girls?J are presented as candidates for the Lions Queen title. Judges choose Debra Dixon as first runner-up. Outgoing Queen Rita Mayo then presents the crown to Debbie Ballow, 1969 Lions Club Queen. Contests, Banquets, Sadie Hawkins as - twig' f I 4 , W. Q at W f f:" L1 lg f ti XHFM Q' if x L, gi AVL .6 . ,vv 1,1- ,T Ah .,,.. 'Z-:QI a ,wi A W N M v - I ' ' . EZ' 44 I A W ik h Vkyg 9 Time Flies, Bringing Long-Awaited Prom, H ellzapoppin xi. ' 0 'YI K ' fa' I 5 --"' ff ,J f? ,I 7 S 5 if 5" J E 21 E X 'i' x 4' 'H ,.,,.-If 4- m,,,,..-- W ,"'- . , 1 .. ' . fx af, fm Q, 3, Special Assembly, A Poetic Farewell 1' , S , g Q' ,V 13321 If S wwe P Q SQ, If-S '2 S. W-X' SVP: gg S 5 fgm 5.5 71 s has ,Tins 'Egg 'fyxnvd Qs 7 .y May 19 . . . Seniors, Their Sponsors, and Mr. Gilbert l Q--A ':-2,4 - fl, 'rl ,H OUP! Campaign Signs 52 GMf'S?5i?ji Everywhere . . . A 'S EASE THE firm Congratulations, SHS Young Politicos Remember Fun Moments Like These . . . You Know . . . fwfr 1' 4 1. at , V, 31 f :I 17, ui' wi ,5:'93:r,fg . -J H19 F-1, LQ Lal? 3 E., T' L2 F3 , I Q MMM 45 fm , aw 1 if 4 242 53 hi 3.5 hi 3.5 h, W,..A ,.. . .y P P 'rf . 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Meeting regularly on the first and third Mondays of each month, members of the Stephenville Independent School District Board of Education give much of their time and energy to school affairs. Elected as representatives of the school district to serve three-year terms, these seven Stephenville citizens work with Superintendent J. C. Helm, Jr. to determine school policies. Equipping and maintaining the four schools of the district is one of their primary jobs. The Board also has continually to face the problems of expanding facilities and curriculum to meet the needs of the ever-growing student population, for they and the administrators constantly re-evaluate the methods of teaching as they strive to offer top educational opportunities. Thus, the young people of Stephenville are educated according to the high standards Mr. Vem Pendleton, President demanded by the community and its representatives. Mobil Oil Consignee Q f Il ,li 24 ,,,t, fr,-".'-Z-'4"t How to finance needed school expansion is a main topic of the May 19 Board of Education meeting. Clockwise are board members Vern Pendleton, R. C. Ammons, Doyle Nix, Brad Thompson, and tfar rightj Mac Brandon. Mr. Ray Rankin and Mr. C. H. Maguire ask questions about an alternate to the 32.5 million plan voted down last year. 28 f BHU3 Mr. R. E. Martin, Jr., Vice-President MI- R- C- Ammons, Secretary Auto Supply Dealer Salesman H1 A--ji F, rel' ow .Q-ef ,gms- .as 4 Mr. M. C. Brandon, Jr. Mr. Jerry Schrimsher Feed Store Operator Ginner ,f-'Z' MI. Brad Thompson Dr. Jim B. Whitaere Insurance Agent Dentist 1 fm I ' U' if W Q 4 rf 4 ., My anna -y .. ,. ,, ..V,,,, , 4,1 v ',-, ,, M ,......-.N ,A - , itaf"'M 'E' V y. ,, . ,sm f aw! ,,..q........ 1 am-qw., 5 L fffvwm u?iV:?f7i:,J1 -52? 2752? ffwfff M fiZWM!fW'Yf2f'Ql ef. ,,, Y " r Pwezrm if f M... V f .,..,,,4 riwh ...rr , ff 7-We mv., fm, My f f 974 ,gm-.M em if ff. v ' vfflff Mrs. C. R. Crow, secretary to the tax-assessor, checks figures to keep an up-to-date ledger. Sewing as school tax assessor, Mr. Rush McLemore keeps many tax records in his office at the county courthouse. Busy Staff Help Ease the Load of gli ---...,........ ,Q-"' Secretaries, Mrs. Avis Colwick Cleft centerj and Mrs. Mae Crane fleftj, keep the business affairs of the Superintendenfs office in order. VOE student, Kathy Hancock Cabovej, lends a helping hand afternoons for routine office work. wwf f ,gg Q Awaiting his turn, Mr. Helm listens attentively as Mr. Gilbert extends a warm welcome to students on the first day of school. J. C. Helm, Jr. Superintendent Stephenville Public Schools Serving his fifteenth year as Superintendent of Stephenville Public Schools, Mr. J. C. Helm, Jr. correlates the operation of SHS, Junior High, Cham- berlin Elementary, and Central Ward. Administering policies, advising the school board in establishing policies and preparing agendas for board meetings comprise asmall part ofhis varied responsibilities, since he is accountable to the school board for the entire operation of all Stephenville Public Schools. Alert to current trends, Mr. Helm joins a group of educators for a Project Change educational tour to Boston and to Flint, Michigan. Efficiency key-notes Mr. Helm's ef- forts to assure the highest quality education of ' students by the wisest use of school funds. Mr. Helm makes a final count on multiple- adoption textbooks. S1 3. cf r -. ' . V. ,pig ,.,N..5,, ii? rl v' 'ir ' ..4",3f'-. ' 4 T411 ifs XJ- ik r, ' '.,a,x,?s . Q, ,sy .:, :tl 3. "fy W. ' fig-.. 'ff 5' . "Y J NND, . 1 ,., N, . . 'a.-:- - ,jf . t-,afar gi, N- - '..s . .., .gy ,gk 1, EA. r fx Ky ,S I: I Q P 'w ' .app U '. c?..n. 31 Auxiliary Personnel Perform Variety of Duties, Handle School Maintenance Efficiently Mrs. Gilliland and Mrs. Williams prepare and serve nutritious meals to hungry SHS'ers. ,- eg ,jr ,A ,,,, 11 , 3 'iii' 33.33 i A A ar "r, 3 , W r,,. K .6 .r .,r, T., A ham Q.. as Mrs. Lois Thomas, lunchroom supervisor, makes last-minute check on banquet tables. 32 Mrs. Tina Mae Fulcher, head of Special Education, also Hcashiersl' for the lunchroom. Mr. Cork lends a helping hand at all Stephenville school cafeterias. , . a CTA honors retiring personnel - Mrs. Velma Kirklen, library aide, and Mrs. Nancy Williams, SHS cook f at the Favorite Dish Supper. Mr. Bob Haggard, the school bus shop foreman, keeps SHS "yellow hounds" rolling. Pausing between tasks as custodian of the old building, Mr. Jimmy Evatt takes time for a coffee break. -......,,.--he Keeping grass mowed and campus attractive is only part of Mr. Logan's responsibility as SHS custodian. lfQP?ffT4 tba'-gjlg Bus drivers pictured are Glen Adams, Bob Haggard, Richard Mims, Ronnie Woolley, and Wayne Pipes. Loyal Jacket and Honeybee fans, Mr. and Mrs. Logan follow the fortunes of the game. Seen in the girl's dressing room is Mrs. Logan, capable assistant to Mr. Logan in school maintenance. 33 , Vice-Princip al r s and Counselor Advise Students, Solve Problems i is Q E Mr. Kitchens gives directions to Juniors taking the After being installed as President of the Classroom Teachers PSAT test. Association, Mr. Williams briefly addresses the group. MMMQWWNWNMWNQ Mr. Dean Williams, who adds vice-principal duties to his biology classroom teaching this year, confers with students seeking admit slips. Counselor Charles Kitchens administers testing programs for SHS. 34 SHS Principal, B. G. Gilbert Plans Harmonious Academic Atmosphere It is up to the principal to see that the normal activities of school are carried out in an orderly manner. Completing his fifth year as principal, Mr. Gilbert fulfills this very large assignment admirably. Not only is he responsible for supervising SHS, but he and his capable staff are involved in shaping the lives of young people. Also essential to the effectiveness of the school is the work done by Mr. Charles Kitchens, counselor, and Mr. Dean Williams, vice-principal. Oops! Be sure to get your ring size accurate! . Xxx, At the '68 scribble party, Mr. Gilbert shares his annual wi Miss Williams and Coach Taylor. 4 il it 1 , 2 l 35 ,,Z, 1 Gffice Staff Promotes Efficiency :gr WM P., W y,,,. 'Q nf .4-fifp ,.,, O, 4-U ,X Zi, y . , ,. Judy Riggs, Marcia Gordon, Melanye Brown, Suzan Smith, Ann Trammell, Connie Porter, Pat Swain, Kay Wood, Rita Boucher and Carol Harwell serve as "general tlunkiesu, two for each period of the day, in Mr. Gilbert's office. After checking the daily attendance records, Mrs. Peggy Rober- son, secretary, and Miss Janis Helm, teachefs aide, relax before preparing a weekly bank deposit. We Mailboy Anthony Garcia brings the morning mail to office girls Jean Douglas and Tula Lewallen. 36 6 Library Serves SHS . Students, Faeult . . . Mrs. Velma Kirklen, library aide, and Mrs. Cleo Ferguson, SHS k:Llii librarian, operate one of the most efficient high school libraries in the state. Special Honiebound Classes Available Mrs. Fulcher teaches SI-IS special edu- cation classes and homebound stu- dents. Business Courses, Electives at SHS 255, X Mrs. Deavenport supervises bookkeeping students at Public School Week Open House. In addition to her English classes, Mrs. Oglesby fleftl also teaches a typing class. 37 Teachers Explain the Intricacies of Math Teaching just two classes a day, Mrs. Fain finds extra time to spend on her papers. l .h ., . fx 38 it is s .tw Q ,, ll m p s n,sssnn as ,awe Q? X. as .7 K- 1. Mike Cranford demonstrates the use of the slide rule to visitors at Open House. Mrs. Wood answers questions about homework in one of her algebra classes, fLeftJ Mr. Pilcher grades algebra and geometry papers while substituting in Mrs. Shipp's English III class. Experiments Dazzle Budding Scientists During his conference period, Mr. Crabtree assists Jackie 1 Quarles with a problem. .19 Judy Riggs sets up to type blood for visitors at Open House. ner seems confused at some new science discoveries. CBottom lefty Mr. Williams explains the functions of the heart to his biology students. E -M iffy?" .23 sets, ws-r :efvec -s c -I tLeft center? Listening to general science reports, Mr. Meix- English and Foreign Language Advance Creativit Mrs. Golden checks money and receipts from the '69 Jacket sales. Mrs. Isbell receives a pin for 25 years of service to Stephen- ville Public Schools. 40 ll Mrs. Shipp assists Steve Carter in correcting a theme in her fourth period English III class. ss Sophomore English classes produce some of their own one-act plays for class entertainment. Junior English students work on book reports to complete ' the required 2400 pages. Announcing the birth of her granddaughter, Lu Ann, Mrs. Laird gives Bob Scott a peppermint stick. Spanish classes sing Christmas carols in Spanish. Mrs. Shannon "cuts a rug" with Tommy Johnson at the Junior-Senior Prom. Mrs. Jackson passes out papers in one of her English I classes. 'ir 'R ' I 'X Mrs. Oglesby visits with Jean Douglas at the National Honor my Society Banquet. ' 41 Wandering in World of History Brings Future into Focus . . . 525 , M., ff . . if ' V W K ' s...,M7NyM. - 'A . M During an American History discussion, Mrs. Chastain laughs at a surprising remark coming from one of her students. Playing the role of a visiting cheerleader, Miss Williams leads a yell for the Jackets. Q l f ! , .4 may A M, ' -'-"""A"'Q -A? -f I ' ' f ,' , flff 5' .1 if e--f--T i . mf f 'YEAH' iZn1??f'fi ,"' I ,avr ,va 'fir 'ug e " ' 7": i ..- M 3 A -r . .. l , l Demonstrating her artistic talent, Mrs. Leatherwood gives a chalk talk for the Thanksgiving assembly. i WSW Government students work on their six-weeks projects in class. Miss Williams checks the number of newspaper clippings students have turned in for their government projects. y r: 1 'PQ W X Mr. Harwell and stage band members proudly display the trophy won at the stage band contest at Stephen F. Austin. Art students paint an Easter mural for Open House with Mrs. Leatherwood's help. Fine Arts Stimulate Self Expression .W H- .. 14 Y f,,, 1 .Q ,. + - ' W ti: new f't'f:p .NRM ,W ,mf . .,..l"12"'-fs"W Q.. Mr. Mike Morton, assistant band director, marches with the band in the Tarleton Homecoming Parade. Band director, Mr. Jim Harwell, directs the Jacket band in one of many practice sessions. 43 , lla Ns stats sa 44 35 if X? Physical Education Keeps COUNTER CLOCKWISE: Varsity Jackets go through a pre-game warmup. Coach Barry's biology students surprise him with a party on his birthday. Spring training finds Coach Hernandez putting sophomore boys through drills. Coach Taylor accepts the 2-AAA Girls District Championship trophy from Mr. Kitchens. Coaches relax from Spring football drills to smile at the photographer. Coach Henderson patiently CD awaits the end of publicity picture-making session. if Q51 6 A it U.,- , Q' , , I 5 ...wma -Q f" K 4, Everyone 'Gln Shape" . . . CLOCKWISE: Coach Norwood takes his turn at "breaking the cameraw. Jana Barry has a word of greeting for some SHS student after visiting a Jacket pep rally. Coach Aldridge mans the phone to assist in game strategy. Guests at the AAUW buffet dinner for area seniors see how easy a dance step is. Mrs. Horton emcees for her P.E. class dancers. First semester student coach Bob Smashey prepares Fish boys for a game. ww Vocational Courses Prepare Students for Future Mr. Willie Gail Stephens assists the Seniors with their football concession stand. Mr. Hefton prepares pictures of his DE students for the annual. 46 glqy 1 ,.,,, i 1 M1 Mr. Rex Stephens, Ag Co-op coordinator, visits with Mr. Kenneth Hammit at the Annual Employer-Appreciation Ban- quet. S at it at X -Q P 5 VOE coordinator, Mrs. Evelyn Henderson, and Sammy Tay- lor are the proud possessors of the Spirit megaphone at a Jacket football game. Mr. Hailey uses his conference period to grade papers and fill out reports. 5 f ww ' ,P vw Q. ' K , g ,r, Zi ,II Q W 3 f , , X 3 it wwf Wx , .Q X, ? v f g K Y t ' 1, +1 gf + , , 'Nr i- V f s 45 S 5 Q Q M, gggjijw 1 ,. , ,xii f f, ' v 'Q It 2 W? 'yi ,H 2 K, ,, ,ri wf I 'i.r 1 QQ. sew fag t Pausing on the walkway, Mr. Rex Stephens watches students hurrying to their next classes. S Ui 5, 1 I is K ar , an 5 gy-r Mrs. Davis gives the woodwork in the sewing lab a new paint job. Mrs. Greenway "cleans up' after a busy day in the cooking lab. le ff' My WAV , 47 Class of 972, of New L' CLASS OFFICERS: President Dale Carpenteng Sgt.-atFArms H Scott Patterson, Reporter Susan Williams, Treasurer Nancy ' Dalby, Secretary Lynn Lumsden, Sgt.-at-Arms,Mat:k Futch, and Vice-President Kirk Kitchens ' l X - QL .,, X twig: 2 l N Q fs 'V rid' :al L l 1. W 'H f FV 4' at ' V Debbie Adams -gf y f Kathy Anderson John Baker A Joe Belcher ,, ' Margaret Boswell I I 1 . 1, , 'Ei , X lf- 15 FL- - X W Y ,rg .V ,Q ,. , f. ma, V, f 5 tt W I I ' ' A3 1 Q f 2, f ,X X H 1 ' fax, 2 dx' 2 e "f M x is if HX f fa 4 A lm, f W.. ., K, . 1 h .X ,, v' Dana Cason Bang! Paul Chapman Q... Billy Chew ! Mu., Renee Blanks Laurie Brandon Vicki Britt Debbie Burks Donna Cameron Becky Carpenter Dale Carpenter Taressa Carpenter Dusty Clayton a-.... .- ,, t 1 Q ofa? f l V - i t T l - 5 V'VA" B W C . t A C -,r,,, in , gli: M :jp - Q , V ' ' ft es' :F V Il' f , ' 7 ' 'T ,,f, V ii X X 2 f tw aiifeixx B a 'f w I W ' 5317, -sl ei ' Zz 43342, at ,f I up ' Vg Q X 'UZ 4" - 6 Ya an Q. .. - a ei ff ,H H5 153 '85 .. y fi- as u by Kathy Cranford ff ' lf fe' 9- W x 9 M' 43? y B 2 ev V P' gf M at , fa, 4 M5 , r R, C 4x 'C lf. Nancy Clark ng Qt 1, .3 i 2. ., 'bf Q E "W .,,. Y "me he J " J f be V as . ykr. GQ X V ..,,.A 1 W1 if -w V VV 3 14 A A 4 F .......,- f at 1 f if , 2 f, fx Q, X i egg 5 Nancy Dalby Donald Denman Linda Derrick Steve Dunn Beverly Fisher I f in d' Q ,, aj' Lynn Foster Q Meek Futch "' 5 1,' Jan Gaines 1" , ,,,: . . MM, Carolyn Gaither VV V ' ! VV EVE M' Elaine Ganske ix J H - 5 f Qfl er, QW V Helen Garrett J - BV 'N ii 'R ,"" f F' Debbie Gibson ffl ...L yi ' V, V ,V Kenneth Gifford . it Ax , EH yy yyL X Mike Gilbert me ,. fbef J , l iii 3 lili H , Jo Ann Gooch iff e-1e- . it 3 3 A 'e"' . f , V ' are iqifk ' YK R W, ,.,, ., , VLQA ' , Robert Gray ' gb V K M Leonard Green '1'5' Fa ' Rodney Green 5 ,, Tresia Green V , V Y" Jane Gfiffin 4 4 X 'E Jeiieilnaddeiieii .e,. , Vie, ' 'V J A 4 ' JimmY Hale if ,wif 91' 7 Q".i Joe Hale W' ' V M ix Johnny Hancock V fi V "5 ivee XV 1 ' L G VVVVV. J we Se i? f A-if J . . VVVVV ,Vbii M Mary Harnson . - 'ii 5 . 'ii-- A Ted Helms 1' A ,,.f f ., V z.. Stephen Hodge QA ie, iiei uw-.g,.i K " ' j Randy Hooks , V " f" ' f' VV VV ,,:' 1' Vx JMHGSHOOVGI i,ei ,,ii .,i, i g .i,- ff' ie- J R ll ' . xg, R ' J A 1 '-X ' H 1 eiei 5. 1 1 X J li Yi X F ii 47' fe' . I A , Doris Howard ' ' 1Lf.:,i? V V V xg Jerry Huckabee Je, ,ef N , ' V 3 ' iii ' , ' VV : , 45" ' Fredia Hurt -J ,V X V ,E Janet Jackson VQV V ' V ,ig , , VV ,V V Randy JHQUGSS it J H J lx V VV ' ,, f f xv! ak f VV ' 4 ,wiiiif X e H.. Geri Jarvis s . 1 g A ' Q ti 3132? ff ff is is Sandra Pam Jenkins Johnston Kay Angela Fish '6Button Upi' VHF Bobby Kennedy Kirk Kitchens , M fs 4 A Clay Knapp Greg Lane it 1 ,J if Wylie Laney Vicki Little Jerry Lawson Karen Littleton James Lynn Vicki Kim Lowery Lumsden Mann McCleery Kathy Kelly 1 fzv " L 5 , we T 9 4 1 iss! w...- 's Bing King ai.. f if , is -, J za in J ' . ' V 4i'T' , X 4 9 J ."X X J .1 M 9 in , I 4 3 ' i'f' I K ,, L 5 ' 14, J Cb A K i,ii at 1 Ray McCoy Patricia McMil1in A A Z7' fiy " ' T i f L 3 fv, tix , , ' , , vi Di ,"l LL ' , Li i J l f ' . ' ' V iz E'. ..'- M w ' Z tii'i'i 1 ietl- ii-, ails 2 J eiil he iii x A 'lia it A NEA 51 DeVonna McNeill W f B- ,futyx 5 ,,,, A .. wt we X 3 William Moon ,fa as W ,S A 3 Xxxxt tif? 5 R fx ev, 4 x Z 4 P YQ rigzf' 'ilrfw K 'P uv ,sgjga f QV fi 5 1 1, M- ' xii f ill fi' A ' 52 Z,.L Melvin Miller ' 3 Kr Wi...-f 'J 46 i W . V I, Mike Moser f Jfizifie, ,, ,. ., A ,enum qw ' , A H ,y , 1 ,Hmm " Christine Montgomery 534' P- M 'S I F' , , , , P . 4 s tifwhfio M l, v' is f ffx fi Jeanmarie Nichols c6Fish" Become "One more time now, what's the good Word?" t f xve' my , ' P 3' ij Q .f ' Az, .h i r - l a, - y X Lf ' ' ' f M L' V A li I ,Qui-,,-U 3.2, Z: 4 f H, A, -f ., f. :W g '42,-Q K f . s I - me' s "" if 2 .. , W cy ' H f f 'LQ' P 'fr N. ,f , H a- A ya.. -f-"'-fa: i. .L.V , gy P t 2. wf., .Vi ez? W f ggi 3' QQ! ,,,... . 7,,,, sa x 4 AVZAI P I, P NX 4 1 +A?" rf 5 ' 5 , iw Q, an 4. gg, r ff: an 3- fy' Av ,. 4, I , X ,i is 'bi' ,, ,gg , , Q s - .W-. f ws.. . ,W we .0 ,,. f 6 . xx 1 'ef-..., in I f 2 f ft K5 X if Terry Olliff Alan Nix Eddy Pack Garland Pack Steve Pack Freddie Packwood Russell Patterson Scott Patterson Debby Perry Burton Phillips Cheryl Rampley Junior Ratliff Robert Ray Connie Rhodes Dusty Rhodes Debbie Riggs Kerry Roach Marsha Rogers Dee Ann Runyon Bruce Russell ""'4ll as Part of SHS . . . um? ,W 'M 5 ,rv ,, fu ' M F t 7 , y srgu, J www ' Wasps get set to sting for another victory. 15 '- gsm X , , R , lm, , ,. , 45. 3 ,qw 'S i f 1X 3 -tk, rw 5. . - .3 S x, We Margarita Emile Sanchez .S ' I X . 5 ,Sk 1 :gil is., N Yr- Z. ' ,,- .pl A I ' .. P N ww , Junior Savage 1 - sy. ' ' 5 . , :., I A gg :S , Q 4 'M ., it, . in f g 2 'A - - it ,. 4. , 'Qi X Sar i ... ,.N,.: i yi -. K Xb K 1 1 f gt, for X X ii William Susan Mike Schrimsher Scott Sexton 9, 'rl 2 H -ff K .4 Mr. Flewellen measures the proper distance for a good picture. Sharp ts. Brenda Sharp Janet K K 5 ffm N ' 5355 'iikx i 5 K x , Liu i 0 t 0 ...,.sf.. . "' 1--N M. M.. . g xml: dws.:tN W.a ..... .. ., . "' ls-..a,.K,,W. .w.tw- ,. Freshman girls patiently C?J await their turn to break the camera. C Sanders Rickey Saxon . X 5 l Stl Ken Satterwhite 4 , 5- ,f W- X Sarah Schmidt wi' 1 t gg? Na J , X ai etiti as Danny Sharp Gafy ShC1tOI'l .3 mm! , Anthony Sims . 1 Richard Sisson Q? 4 ' Y Anita Smith , ., Larry Smith V - . 'if' D X W .1 Exif. fer 2 gl' , i, " ' .Q s x xg K2 ft ryt . 1 4 in Q we .N W1 a 2-- fi-' sm. Q 'K fans at - SHS Brings New Friendships As Freshmen Work, Study, Play 3 rg, mv? aa I Y 3 1 Elk .43 fm., 4 1 f , WN. xx, 2 B, " r V r 5 ff' fx E fn , L , ,,,'..Y gr , at Q I I xx . , 1' Q - , sf '1 9 dns :ff ff' ' A be Linda Smith Nancy Smith Darrell Stephens Mary Stephens Frank Summers Sherry Tarrance Steve Trogdon Carolyn Voss Sandra Smith Alemeda Stephens Rickey Stone Terry Stone David Tate Mike Trice Dennis Watson Craig Webb V I h 4? f,v,- f V. iti t N N V .V E , .,.a.f.g, . ,:: V: r r , . i is 5 2' ' i re it ix f y 72 s hi ft, . LV: W ' W' rat S rrerr 'wff A N Q rift ' , VVrf-- 1 .- N 1 A 1 aaea a yi, an ' V ' " 4 - 5 1 " in Richard Weems , E2 ,.V -' Y, V Diane Wesson 5 - - t,r H Q rrr,,r, 1 " Giflgefwhitacfe ' W I Q ff Sg' 'W it Victor Whiteley QQ tirf 2 ' X , Qf ty te -s.r,.- S -W Carolyn Whitfield W RY W "i' 'V 1 r A 54 ., 8 Billy Wiese 9 X Q -:S I -X ,Z 3 Susan Williams X S jg' bv lx 5.7 X Wg' NX I v ee N A Q S x ig? W ' - 7 5. if I. W4 ji l A ' iv. ' ' di- - John Willis fe ' 'l . V e D D Dean Willman -P Q ks, Eddie Winkler -A S 2 Sees Leonard Wise A 31 Terry win We Shirley Wright S X 3 l Si if slie Gary Crews e Steve Jackson Y Ig . ,e. , e tis gekf A R3 ' ff l ,. '-:: N t 1 2 'nfl fin: R e f g li. s 13"2'2i'ff5fiSi L . Q . X. Q I , , 5 Kg A gfafi 'gg lg 5 Nifm 1 ,ee We i E ..l.d,.. 1 . i,1Q:5li3T' Entering SHS after Mid-Term, Roy Pingleton and Tommy Garrett soon locate both the Library and the Freshman Reading List. 55 Freshman Favorites Kirk' Kitchens Runner-Up Dale Carpenter Favorite. -fe' MJ fgj N859 'NW WW wx Xwgim wx Nw Vxwyf: K X Sophomores, Class of '71, Roar Out Spreading Jacket Spirit h " ' ' CLASS S-OFFICERS: President Nolan Lewallen, Treasurer i Sharon Smith, Vice'President Pat,BIack, Secretary Jolynne Hopson, Sgt.-at-Arms Gary Whitman,'ReporterQCa.ro1yn Lesley, K and Sgt.-at-Arms Lance Knight i V r If f ' f' ,iz ' ' 61 . mv X 0 5 k fy "' .A 'f., 1. 51 .sw W if 5 Nw 5, aw ,a ' 1 W, Q5 l N X2 l xl A 3 59" Vi ,C N4 in als, ,7 , an ,xl . A uv . fl nw f-,Wad in ' ,,, " 62. 1- aff.. fi MJ! XA isfwif if yr V Q mai' ' I ' ' A ' 2 ' A W 1' 2 A " Mike Boren Phillip Boswell Dwain Brock Tommy Brooks Terry Burgess John Buris John Burleson Randall Carpenter Susan Chastain Karleece Chumney Beverly Compton Margaret Carter ,rj V I vu., i f ,l,-l 5 xf, 'E B' :tQ,,..f"' C59 I , , W7 , if fur' M, "- r , 2 'X K l als 4 3 - X .N .. vm 4 fi ff? f f QL 'W ffl f 5' 5 QE l, 5 M PM wr A , fa, , u, Mr,, l et I . 4 q....... p L .lg Q ln'ih , 4 PM fl 4-.. 1 W J IGI fl l K an. 3 w., P K L ,,,.,,, X .., . li f 5 , W X W fl ,, I W . ware r, Q ff Jkiir al ,M K , , I 4 in X! - 45' '1 A . X M ts J , f 415 A G 1, Lea Alexander Kathy Allen Darline Anderson Ray Andrews Susan Andrews Brad Barron La Vera Baxter Eddie Bearden Ronald Becker Joe Benton Pat Black Rosanna Bolling f We ew 'ff K J gr lw rf, , .frlmg if 'Ill Y' 1 -A un, Ka dar 0 ti r A 1 2 f A V I , f All ,Q "QQ 'la S fe g . J .50 W nh i f l 1 ,, ,, f, A 1 ' wi I X 5: ., ex ' f 1 ff it U' L,ps:,i It . i 'Ke ,iii lax, , Ar life. ., 'ful 59 N511 ,. .. K a 3 5 9 ff? f af, VLTIQQ, ,X g?'igf r y s a:'i.i,:5,Z ,,,,.k.si,.,z, - 7 af- vk'u,i' sb 4,4 'Y 2 . 1 " 5 ir, . Q 1 lcv' ZW Lf fi :Z " C . ' N aa, , . C V 1 1 1 :rw V ,i K f 411 ,f X f Q ,W 1 J X if .1 ff i , v MA ' 41' ' 1 ,wilffvnwtf x 0 'X Y X fvyfz + ,A L, , Z 5 Yr 'r ff 2 17 5 fx y, y ,f sa , 1 WM M ff . -fa , X ,1, E - ,W 'Q W : av "M ', '....,Js - -, ,,,f- V ,,,. .. V LL , M J.. N I? J! .5 ,, - ,r5,,:f 9 r as v ' V' Q X ' Q Q if 2? 4- earl-M f -ef -y V- ' , f Cxlifkf 1. ' T 532 PWQIWZZW' ' v ' " 60 Alice Darnell Cynthia Denton David Deaver Janice D owell Q' "' 1 37 -Wiff KW 'P . . Denver Cross , 'Q Dennis Curtis , 5: Charles Cole ' Steve Cole Ann Cox Craig Dameron Debi Daniel o Longer Sophs Crowd Interested Sophomores relive their Freshman year pictured in the '68 JACKET. Bill Dunson Sharon Engler Scott Evans 1 Mark Evatt 5 Debby Ewers Glyneth Free Ruemma Frizzell . X W Terry Fedde Sherri Foster Cheryle Fry David Garner Lowly Fish, Campus Scene Q ..,. y X JEELXX L Debbie Garner Nettie Golliday Doris Graham Ever see so many backs? Just shows Sophomore girls appreciate Fish Stunts! Lana Hanson Larry Harris Marvin Hale Cynthia Harvey Bytty Gomar Debra Hallmark Randy Harding ,gi V , "4j'..l -V ' X' Q 4 ' Y X I rv- H 3 'sh' ...M . sw '- fm: 1 mb fwfr fx ,. 55 fi A . h if 'W Q 5 H r H? 5 I fl E A 6 I 55,55 1 ff-. + . my Q? David Gregory Glynda Gordon ff? ,J-. A., 2 aai fxy x K Q :xx Ry Letha Grissom Louis Grissom I Z. 1, T . VW iry ,V Q ,,,. figs .1 if ,A W M ,NX w X ,, W , , QQ , F. . . , X ,utfqa 1 'n isa can x -V H . 4 ..,, , , my in ml 'J A , , at., v ff Ki Y I x I t Mx A 1 s A , 1 2 32,41 f, . 'NG' gl Y t't' 'QI N X ...ir 1 il IMI ev ,ww tif 1. vw ,, -.. V In fqgx L, is.- - N. , rr 3 -N s Few. M. ' 'lv' N ayvxv E f r V. 45, my g an-.-A 1 4, ' A Q7 K 4 I ,K f RN 45149 : 'f- ,t Aff1,,, r ' K : 'mi K ' ' w 4 -z , if IVV, if X. a f riisjf 61 ariet of Activities Spark Second Year at SHS I, i, i. H 4 1 is M ie i M M 1 n , ii.,. ., i,, , ,i, ,,i A X K 3 W-fl ,wr ,I , -fm 1 9' gig, 9,1 .R fi I f, 2, gym 5 Ca.rol Harwell Beverly Hefton Rudy Hinojos Melody Hook Danny Hughes Judy Hughes Mary Hicks Perry Hicks Dwain Hooks J olynne Hopson Jimmy Hunt Kathy Hunter Steve, Mike and Randy try to keep warm' Sophomore girls gather for "garb" session before school H, A e, '24.,e,,,y,w 'F X. MLK. , w'f1fg,gg f e I " ..,, f " K V WA , ,I I f .,, Q- 4 xi may if ,Ex X ' , . ' ' x ff sf xv . 2 91' 1 Q- " SC ., W' " K- ' ' 4' ..,:1':z,:- ' ' ' ' f '5?:, if ff ' .gg 4 1 Rickey Hyde N :J fx , In D 5. Viki Hymer - ii.. .f J ' m 3 X New-M Dianna Irick t ,. , K v . LL-- is H, t .Q Wesley Jacks 5 fa.. 2' N . vfl 1 l 5 tw. . .4 , an -b N1 - , Q ' 'f Betty Jackson 7 .3 5' Caroline Jackson I -'. if 5 , ,. , 1' 1 ',,:Er:f Stanley Johnson : f..+,4,u.. glitggingiiggizy Paula J Omer 'ig -Hgtllgitlgiigtitx 31-:XS-E z EE. J iiiixiiilzlifllzfi ' X Vicki Jones 5: Victor Kay I Lia 5' N ,..... N K Q ggi N gm fs S - - .N Riff? N 3 fb Steve Kimball . Kenneth Kelly H J Diane King 'W j -' Don King l 5, if ' sg Q f . 7. J X, .. 1 Jimmy King s32 1'fNQs N V yi ,1 Lance Knight f . J ..,, krk , if Ast EJ i is it if . R is f .ff X X Rx A :wit 4 SSS ' N X. Q any Lf 'It . 1 bil' in is w Rs ' I . Q if -- N55 . . A .... M? iw f . mx A klixx X' 1 l is 5. 1 B iliflvbll Q . . 2 'sv- 4... M I Qi .1 ,,s .nk V X sl f W 5 L 5' V as 9 st . Jus K tiiii m liifiiiieliw JT ,e.l . 5 Sophomores concentrate on C A T tests. Original dramatizations are fun activities. 63 .. g . , M Spirit- akers Plentiful . . . Keith, who is often the rising Spirit seen in the Spirit Box, is backed up by sophomore winners of the Spirit Contest, Carolyn, Julia, Jolynne, and Susan. Linda Knight X . L g Sharon Leatherman Carolyn Lesley . Nolan Lewallen A A "ws N 'va E as .1 ' . ,Q ., , nga: , . H ,t's1 fiifzi . ia N X asa X t- we 3-:tts-I-..:s:s,-cfs: fe:-. , ,ia 1 aff:stsftss:-:awp-t. ' , yr' Q K . liens 4l'g,5rf 3 TQ. QQQLE1' K f Nei, 'lifim '- V' :5ff4':EEllPF' C C 64 Charles Lohrmann Susan Martin Zoe Miller Peggy Lucas David Luttrell Terry Maikell William Mason Alva Mast Larry McMahan Randy Mills Bobby Nichols Kirby Pack ,, it hb., Q 'ii -1-siz,11 i.,,1 V N51 2-fi x: - in f W. ., .rr' i i f K ' ' - 'aaa 'Q wp ,nf 'if Sai, QQ' W K ea 1 is s Q :sat it N A I QQf2ii'easisS3QE?f lf! .rf Q if T S : X if ,sa .gi .5 K . 1 Yi' A 1' 5 f' 1 Q A ..,h .g K " . h 'V ' f fr t M K Ti: 'iss gf.. 5.1: X K . V '--. LV wa- Q i 1' L if 'e"' : s X , "'f- " 1 -f:1f1f'1Q::-iziai1-igfze. hi 1 .- K '---' - at .. is -f fa - , - f . ,. . :J .tzitti --- 1 -,:.,,.: :E - fa 5 -f . -L , Q 'X ' S543 1:i:::f"5sf2af2Psf2s-f,-.2 .t H , --'Sars--A ez,-s .Ri ii' : W fin al ,wig if if -V 91 nfl , '37 8 4 PK S xy X is l Y ive' SW? eQ'v'f ' F S , ve s- X s Maeel Wal Q S, L .,,.. NEWQQQ Mfg . Q 3 -.H I 4 'Y 32? T -, si Z 595 ,ay g, TT' EI s 'X I .W it ,. it if-fe' X A X is X L . P ygj ii M 'xv S t-, X -N :f'Av 'R Marilyn Pack Lewis Pack Russell Patterson Steve Peacock Nelda Perry Alice Porter Kenneth Purvis Mary Ramer Ricky Rasberry Bill Richards Judy Riggs Jerrye Riley Ricky Rowe Beverly Ryan Mike Parr Danny Procter Ricky Rhoades Becky Robinson X Q K A s -, , 3 1 um' t N , -f ,J Wir il. ii' My sv- 1 X , . r sf S P mnw iiegksgg f eg Q 2 is 1 s, Q85 x Q ... . rs,rr, ,rrir ,r.r , , as . Q2 , fi 8 R x s 5 X, M is f Z E r I I 1 i K r ...fs 'gg -u-.L I , haf? '51 Wanda Rutherford L, R gl , to X N it 'S Julia Sanford Suzanne Satterwhite Verna Scarborough Cliff Sanders 'X .,,:5 - ies ,"- Mike Shelby list 65 Nearl Two Hundred SHS Sophomores Seek Junior Status Deborah checks out books to second-semester sophs, Donna Bruns, Jerry Shiflett, and Jerry Roberts. . A , iq.. V4 X -u p V. ' it 6 gwfwi t X ixfvx if so : 1 3: .. ii: ,--ewes. rs- W R ,M sf ,A f- im- f- is gi-., Q r. t 1 Randy Spikes i i - Carla Stacy Debbie Stracener Keith Stripling Ann Trammell Steve Turknett Bobbie Shelton Bobby Sherrod Etta Jo Smith Patti Smith Sharon Smith Isla Snyder Laverl Stephens Ray Stone Larry Tate David Tomlinson Sharlyn Turney Lynn Ulmer if ...L ' X S tA,s Q : 1 I g. wiv' wiki S tit - - ... AWN? t i X kat at X is S ,air-M KW i Q, X E . i A 33? N 6 gf if? ,?.Mk.x I . -: N . y V5.8-H.. Q: ski ' ' -- ' 1.1-sn: 2- -rift"-I fuel' .f .. 1 if 1: r , , ,r 14 - i -t ,,-- ,Q --t '1 ttt, V f M I ,::,f-.:. Q , Rx Q it x wx fl ei-X ef XX x 9? ti f 5 f E3 1 E qs N K ifQQH T-YQ N an fl... X K ,N L V. ,Q-fs sw. w. 1 Qei . S eese , sl .,f it .X .:. , 5 1 i A X .,,,gQ.1VX' ,- fx K, W' ' ,--'.'f Ui st X X J i S' X I GQ X his X 5 5' Q i V QS f L . 3- 3' -N S XE i M K WY' , sg iw ttiib Nix! it 3 si x 1' sd H l A X if X i S iii X -as Q3 A 5555 A 'BJ N is S- gf QA. "fa, A N pi .L ir' sr' 5 1 1 f' . 3 .5 5 R , 4 W 0 ., X , gi?- XX L 4, Q? I l 9 9 9 X 'exif v": X- lfgglizgx LiL- LZLL fa R33 --L1 i H if M J me ,-gl . , A 4 ,, ,X ,,..,, , li, , a tx p Caroline Vandaveer Debbie Waldie Donna Walker Steve Walker David Watkins Beth Watts Douglas Waugh Gary Whitman Danny Whitt Toni Willis Lana Wise Cathy Wilson Nat Wofford Debra Wolfe Kay Wood Mike Wood Nita Wright Patsy Wright Larry Young Kathy Zimmerman Cyd Baumgardner Roy Bills Richey Clark Toni Laughlin V-.kb fs NVQ EK., ' I, E t 0' ' ' ' fx sg -2 Y 354, M xx j , N, "WR 5: fx if . . W .Jw 5 ,' - el: Y Q' sx si i T if in 67 Sophomore Favorites Nolan Lewallen Runner-Up Mike Wood Favorite 'WM N..X1'9 .. gg egg. 5, - ,Q Lv gg W. S REL . A NN N iii Yi? 5 Q3 ,. X BQ K X xx PSB' GQ rf fl: 3k P4 :ig f igs ,5 'S . 1 1 :Km -a w i -x ...g:,Zi.i a QQ A if-ffm i' M5111 A vm... 1 f - ga, .,i- ffm, i5 sgirili' 1 4 eeSee 414 ' 9 Toward 70 CLASS OFFICERS: Sgts.-at-Arms Rona1deDeniit:k and Deana Koonsman, Treasurer De De Everett, Reportef Wi11ian1'Parker, Vice-President Danny Brown, Seeretary Vicki Lowry, and President Steve Carter Rx Neg. ii AE" J B. ' S' 'ffl ,Q f ' B g , A, rt A . ,. W G MXN "4P?i-ff' ,, fi. N. ii G S? 3 L ALLAL ,I mx B A K x , v M M its ,, .Q ,ra V .. l G s . -9 ,-Q . 1 I .- i v .Q K 1,5 ,,.. . ' :N .. -sv r 4 ' 4 6 :iff ':::fZ T: iii W , f s " . ff! 1 , 'K " 'TK' i B B 'Q ., - :z K B F1 is 5511, ii .mxiuxk 5 -XX - I kg s, sk xl! gg , 1h'b'::-fi5- fav" L V o r 2 1 sr 2 - T . 'lf Q" ' ' ' 'K 7 ' 3' L ' . K A' Martha Adams Dent Bills Cathy Brandon Melanye Brown on-'f' Brad Allen Gary Bills Sheila Brock Penny Bryan , nytr .Vw i . ..ff' ' .. V, Us If , - ,.,A -r t, V ls -.5 Wt' ,q-... 4 Ky xx vt, A , ri . +556 03?-ff tkfczps, F- .gy , ., 6 :soil ..:,:x,Zxg-, ,x .vb "S,-5 "'5J3rX I . u '-Ada H Ns? " ,avr .in L-vyxw haw 43359 9 ..,ssr, ,gW I all 24:5 1 dll! .aiming Wayne Baker G ary Barron Murle Blasingamc Eddie Bramlett Pat Brodnax Trisha Bynum Danny Brown Frankie Carr J Q52 465 t 3' l 'xx 25 X B J I ,.,', ,-x, f 1. 6 2 '.f fn B .""" 4 fi. an Jar f':"llfE3'E3z5:. zsfffzffl iity . ? zfszzgtg + , .3 -:rf,.- W ' 32.315355 :til B X if "'?fff l fr f ig? l fix! itil' X l-lflr Jeff Bennett Rita Boucher Eddie Brown George Carpenter .ff ""5.vf1 - Qlffsnar X NL M? X 1 X EM Q r ,, aw Homecoming Has Juniors Jumping . . . .xx Qi f Si 4 1 3 CC Rusty Chandler wp..,,.,4 WWA 'W EQ I ff, 27, j WW QW 32 1 H-4 u Steve Carter l ,C C is X, 1 5 my s is P E Q awk asf 7 5 QW r ll X is sim qi, s are 1. C N Carol Chick X k v .,,. f ' N V5 J! Louann Cranford Pat Crow Linda Dalby rw C C . ' so C,i:3iil2 ,C i 5, ' 'C fC C, ask . , C. T, I., , . I Ar.r .C Q S21 'R' . C s K so 5 r W' ws? W C 6 -XA C, is '9 1 s"'7 C . Y VCC C a Cy X X 'X if Q l 'Y Claw- f H 95 ,ll 3-,li X. C C A selr r is sl - awfmfias 5? C f ,,,, Paul Dittoe Ed Eads Johnnye Engler - C.CC.C,.,:.-.,.,NC. -,,-- ,.., .W-.a.,C CC-'A' C .C x Yi E E Y C C FTS ff C x Si W Q 515 new X ff" X CW l C 3 ,C "1..,,C , A 1, Iq. ,r, C C C, C ,C X I , C,C,r C CssCs C CC C L 'i",- 'C Nr, 2 f Tommy Collins ws Cx . ,. ,. N a jk x C Q5 gifs C CCCC + :C .CC CCC..CC C 2 5 s-..,. ,C-.4...C ,CCCC,CC,...C .C.,.C ,CIN 3 C 5 Q x Q if 5:14 , , 5C CCCCJCICI sim, A fy, .,:.j.? rx 'X X sw Steve Deaver ff - fwag 7 'ff p Q2 if De De Everett Jimmy Cozby -Wifi h x C1 Ronald Derrick MN 'Sv f fx-SN an in r X fs in Q C11 W N x 4'-Z' -Mn 'X X Greg Fanning 5 J r I E Laura Fanning K in 8 'K N W 1- ? 5 F I Joe Garcia ,, I 'x If ,L 'Q ff-Q ?" , -r ggi ,. T11 if Dorothy Grant 'fs 9 :fog I XX ff Lamarvin Faught Travis Garrett Q...- Susan Hadderton V. 327 :Zan , . 2? gi. 5 73 ,X s O xx Norma Ferguson Joe Bob Fisher 'i a . -y, 4,1 W Q 5 My X ., U fy wa E, J . A, f,k r 5 e v?-if f 9-N i'1"4s f Nxt- re , , L Q ag if 4, V! , Earl Gooch Kerry Goodman ,Ji ,x.. K H f' X9 Y. . i g ii.. , f , . 9 y Brenda Hale Dale Hancock Karen Fitzgerald 2 i -5 2. if in fi 4 ? oe 1 1 4 df' V 41 2 an A Q 5 , re A , , 4 5 ,Q Agra ' W3 My 5. ,,., ,. X., Sammy Godfrey 1-kzAii,1 --. '56 j - - ' 'i'i -" x .., Q E2 w Z g 4 . K E ' ff, if 1 f if , 56, 47 ,, 1? M2 ,4 If A 'ff ., v4 Hx 'Z fa Q, fi f-'bf if J 4 I N Q Z4 8? wi a A ' V '52 ' 'S fz David Hancock xl Two-Day Testing Breaks Junior Routine Mike Hancock Nancy Hancock i k , .V -jf' " X k j I. M-fy' '- X 1 ,l Xfxf i Xwiif. , s ,N x..-i 'i on L if vi ' :Vw no-fi I P-f A Rickey Harding r Johnnie Henderson f D ' A Biff Henningsen 'L Craig Hodge is i i f 5 Debbie Hooks Diane Hord .Q--.as Ralph Hymer ' Connie Jackson X 5 A I Phyllis Johnston Deana Koonsman Tony Leach N Sandra Lesley ,,.a55"f M I f Nita joins sign-painting Jacket boosters 'N Rickey sounds a call to the Jacket colors. X Royce Lee Vicki Lowry ' 'KI' f Sharon Luttrell f V, K D I Barbara Manley 'I i I s on . X R Q i Ii' K . 5 i ff? jg, I . sv r fx 'li -n n V L vkmlgll G N 'R ii 25 qir A fir . r X L '- Debbie Martin Donita Martin Karen Martin Sharon Mast David McCann ' in R' Richard McC1eskey we A N K kv X Q: ' ci if Duncan McMahan X Sam McDonald 5 5 75 f f l it Martha Melton ,.-, .1 W ,S ig' 3 gh' ,.If f 1 5' 5 ' ? i ' Xi ,ge K 3 Q 7 R l P . Richard Nachtigall mr A ef as nu- X 4-4,9 ss W if , E X 3 Kermit Northcutt Deborah Pipes "" rx, I r r W ! Jerry Ramer X5 7 xl Leslie Miller Mufiin Morton Pam Musick ,,,, t . m e i , , .. ,. N. , . P r KN 4 X ,i,,, ,", 3 A A 1 f , Q?-1 , Q ' 'QI . i 2' . I Larry Ogle Randy Pack Ray Pack William Parker ., P e 1 Q . 5 1 g I A P ,X Pam Pittman Connie Porter Patty Purvis Sandy Quarles Ann Ray Debbie Rhodes David Riggins Suzi Robertson Billy Robinson Debra Robison Cheryl Ross S r -M A ,,, gag Y K' V Q , :., S Ns be see " S K 'gig' V w:Tz,- K V6 2. V' 1 pl Nz if 4 K., . 5 if Clifford Saxon Scotty Shuffield Brenda Simmons new S Ellen Skipper Dianne Smith Jerry Smith 1 ' K - - , S 1 -3. An 'xxx I S ,r ' if m e ,'-, ' .f - , s au - ff -fm ' veit f, fl: A-mf' -f - s ls V ' A lll- t ',1l 'iilr f M gt, .r fl 1 -.N 512- 7 , ...Q Rhonnie Smith Joanna Sparkman Lanny Spikes Ten Juniors Earn Grid, Cage Letters in-W Danny doubles in 3-A 4 South Zone district honors. 77 Darrell Stone Betty Strickland Cynthia Stewart Gene Stewart Pat Swain Mike Tate Ann Taylor Debra Taylor Jo Ann Terry Vickie Vaughn Jerry Walker Ronnie Walters f jg . 2 , f' S ,fi,.i. V if li,i V.ii ,.. 1. K , xi ' w w-ww he '? L f 1' yfa Z , fy nr ' , ,, . V, ,fl f 4951 df 4 X gi" R IM., XM ll Juniors Order Senior fi, jf,.1gwvL I . J .. . at , NW' M M' I ' 'li 7: ff' X 1 fi, saw 0 f Meng? X 4 Gary Stasey Nita Stephens ' I 1 tr' ' S S-W i 4 l 1.. , ,f S, W S '- 'ft' A M . 4 A' .V - FJJI - P limi' ' P 4-1-' fe' k 'WMM' ' ,, 4", W A . 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Mary Anne Yarbrough if Q tg 1, 2 Kenny Yeager f . . 5 I is Glenda Zimmerman Paul Baxter 2 Vickie Bills is David Golliday , iii'i if - Q' gi ' I Delbert wise ' S rfb 3 ., .g,,.,. S 3 "" it H .s . S is Z W All 79 Steve Carter Q Runner-Up Danny Browii , F avoritew V .. , 1 e4 F Y 1 NY. and V ix N? A X ' wx if Q Q N 3 Xe ,Q-:iv . 335 Kai 3 W .x ,:. X X W Y . fx ' 1 X 'HY Class Th eir inal OFFICERSZ yice-President David Daman ' Secretary Patsy 0yemjgn ,1Sgt.-at-Arms Teny Lowery . President AnthonygG3iQia,hA Treasurer Barbara Shipp Reporter Warren Russgillgfdnd Sgt.-at-Armgfjlgyid Gray Q 'P if W .. fl 'ow 3 x -. ,Av-"'W Jeanette Alsup Debbie Ballow Anita Blanks Benita Blanks Mike Bills Irene Blumer David Boswell Alice Boren Q . B a.,l sfai B X t X , iaaia , ., R Jan Bramblett Allison Bryan Bruce Buchanan Shelton Burkhart Class Rings, S H S Status Symbol . . . Larry Cashon Reba Carpenter Mike Cedars Diane Chambers 1 Deniese Chandler Wesley Clark Thomas Cole J o Nell Cooke 84 w Senior Spectators Support Jackets Ann Couch Mike Cranford David Crank Sandy Decker David Daniell Linda Daniels Debra Dixon Jean Douglas All F und-Raising 'Ulnmm1,:,.:,.f, SENIOR SPONSORS - Mr. Rex Stephens, Mr. Willie G. Stephens, Mrs. Leatherwood and Mrs. Greenway - 1 - check financial records for the Class of '69. Larry Drlver Jack Elllott ?"W Duke Everett Marion Ferguson Terry Fitzgerald David Fry Bryan Ganske Anthony Garcia Eddie Garner Nellwyn Gamer Activities Point Toward Senior Trip avid Gray Marcia Gordo ww Lynda Green Kennith Griffin Kathy Hancock Connie Hatch Energetic 32, 416. 54 Q .xii ,ny John Hefton Kenny Henson Wanda Hicks Seniors Sell Magazine Subscriptions Brings Attractive Prizes to Many ""'!9h- Frances Hill Barbie Honsaker Melinda Holder Mary Holder Steve Huey David Huffman Jeanette Hulsey Dolores Jackson if-jfvv-' ' Dwayne Jackson Jimmy Jackson Jo Nell, proud winner of five top prizes, happily recieves the biggest one, a Panasonic Color TV. 89 Len Johnson Tommy Johnson Donnie Joiner g'Yes, we t Linda Jones hink we're mighty purty! Sharon Jones Sheri Jones Alta Keeney Roger Kelly Seniors Join Fun . . . Spark School Spirit . Garland Knipstein Caye Kindred Jackie tells eager participants, ulust one more knot, then you can start swinging!" Randy Lay Woodie Lawson WW Tula Lewallen Kay Littleton Terry Lowery David Lovelace Special Honors Go To Seniors Senior class members select Mary Holder, Marilyn McAlister and Suzan Dorothy Lucas Smith as DAR nomineesg then by faculty vote Suzan receives this honor. Hellon Luttrell Pat Mast Marilyn McAlister Gary McCleskey gp-My Danny McGoug,h Ronnie McKinney Cissy McMahan Nika McNeill Era: Q wsu, .fr :aff ,a KZ m ,Qi 3 fair, W""' Donna Means Joan Miller Zonta Girls, selected for each month from October to May by the high school faculty for their qualities of scholarship, character, honor, and service, are each honored at a Zonta Club meeting. Congratulations, Tula, Marcia, Jean, Marilyn, Suzan, Barbara, Cissy and Kathy! Kevan Meehan John Moon Pat Myers Patsy Overman Mike Pack Rita Packwood Debra Parnell Anthony Patterson 93 Seven Senior Athletes Make Mythical All-District Tula and Roger Uclown' with fellow All-District honorees Barbara, Terry, Cissy, Debbie, and Duke. Carolyn Perry Jim Perry Nelda Pendleton John Pigott Jackie Quarles Paula Raborn Sandy Rainey Hazel Reynolds Q All Work and No Pla , Or ls lt Rest . . Rocky Rhoades Larry Richards Mike Riggs Dean Robinson sa 't Jerri Rush Warren Russell Bob Scott Wayne Sharp Barbara Shipp Dennis Smith Suzan Smith Kathy Slaten Seniors Ponder Kenneth Fitzhugh, who joins the SHS Class of '69 for the second semester, dreams of graduation with no assignments due. Claud Sparks Donald Sparks We Lee Stanley Jerry Stem Mike Stewart Joyce Stone 'SZ' Linda Tatum Billy Thomas Tim Thompson Gary Turney 96 l we Q As High School Era Ends 'ctr' 'fvuv Neal Ulmer Mike Walker William Walker gg- W Wx Dale Watson Hank Watson Patty Webb Q. M , at -W Linda Willis Ross Wolfe Sam Yeates Joe Weems NOT PICTURED Bill Bohannan Ernestine Bolling Barbara Chappell Miles Currier Roger Holmes Bobby Jokel Alice Kay Mills ' Larry Patterson Barbara Williams 5 4 Q .X Q. U A I 1 x f 1 Q. 1 3 sf ' Q Q S W . , . 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ALIVE Stingerettes Pantomime : 1- I 5 t Lieutenant Karen Fitzgerald Captain Paula Raborn STINGERETTES: fRow IJ Pat Swain, Connie Porter, Suzi Robertson, Debbie Hale, Cynthia Denton, Susan Chastain, Debbie Rhodes, Wanda Rutherford, Karen Fitzgerald, Paula Raborn, Lynn Lumsden, Terry Maikell, Kathy Cranford, Nancy Dalby, Dee Ann Runyon, Debbie Martin, Susan Scott, Ann Cox CROW 25 Patsy Wright, Lou Ann Cranford, Carolyn Voss, Martha Melton, Paula Joiner, Isla Snyder, Lea Alexander, Becky Carpenter, Brenda Simmons, Sandra Smith, Karleece Chumney, Rita Boucher, Vicki Jones, Frankie Carr, Melanye Brown, Lee Stanley, Zoe Mil- ler, Beth Watts, Patsy Smith, Jeanmarie Nichols 104 Q ,Y , I v M August' finds prospective Stingerettes planning ahead and learning routines for halftime shows at the Jacket football games. if 5 2. Fl I an ractice . . . Parade . . . Perform . . . 6'Lean to the Left, Lean to the Rightn , 'H ' ul - Director Rosie Harwell, looking at TSC Homecoming Parade Drill "One shoe off and one shoe on . . . "That's Melanye Brown Team Trophy, sees also the many long practice hours required to who always gets something besides her foot in her boot, whip Stingerettes into winning shape. 105 f 3:12, K Joan Miller Band Sweetheart Stingerette Beau David Daniell x ,Q q i.. I Mr. Jim Harwell Directs SHS Band, Stage Band 'hm O8 Director, Council Boost Band Spirit President Anthony Patterson Vice-President Rickey Harding Secretary Joan Miller Treasurer Jeanette Alsup Reporter Marilyn McAlister Sgts.-at-Arms Gary Whitman, Wayne Baker Head Majorette Jo Ann Terry Librarians Randy Harding, Carol Harwell, Connie Hatch Freshman Representative John Baker Director Mr. Jim Harwell 5:1 .' New Uniforms Add Colorful Note To Musicians in SHS Jacket Band I 2 s ,W 3f:1'g:"?,1 'Q wi E ' , ,A -.1 I" W "5 L W, , -,M ,, 'gw V' , A , M.. A-ix., 1...-5 r JElCkCt X i Anthony Patterson Rickey Harding Drum Major Assistant Drum Major l B323 B W Leaders kj ' V Review . . . I I 1 P 1 1 V -1... ,K gg: 4 Jo Ann Terry Lynda Green Martha Adams DeDe Everett DeVonna McNeill Sherri Foster 111 it 2 f QQ .ff ,ew lo, J JJ, ,g:i VVI. "" 'M" K I W cc Together Now, COUNTERCLOCKWISE FLUTES: CStandingJ Ma.rtha Adams, Randy Harding, Ann Taylor, Karen Martin, Connie Morton, Angela Kay, DeDe Everett, CKnee- lingl Carol Harwell, Vickie Mann BASSES: CStandingJ Steve Kimball, William Walker, Ricky Stone, fKneelingj Jim Perry BASS CLARINETS and ALTO CLARINET: CStzmdingJ Connie Hatch, Debby Ewers, Linda Atkins, Judy Hughes, fSittingJ Patty Purvis PERCUSSION: CStandingJ Anthony Patterson, David Huffman, Steve Turknett, Mark Evatt, John Baker, Mary Hicks, Qlineelingj Carolyn Perry, CSittingJ Joe Weems CLARINETS: CStandingj Lewis Pack, Debra Robison, Geri Jarvis, Sharon Luttrell, Rodney Green, Viki Hymer, Kenneth Purvis, Gary Whitman, Donna Means, Duncan McMahan, fSittingJ Sharon Engler, Johnnye Engler, Vickie Vaughn, Rosanna Bolling, Sandra Jenkins, Debbie Waldie, Margaret Carter, flineelingj Vickie Bills, Marilyn McAlister H Z? X Q C, fi - K A C .-.J- A ,el V3 ,fpqk J, Q C J V, ff., N J lr f -- J. 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Tutti, Tutti, Tutti Y 9' CLOCKWISE TROMBONES: CStandingD Brad Allen, David Riggins, Wesley Jacks, Bing King, Craig Dameron, CKneelingJ David Tomlinson Roy Bills, Melvin Miller TRUMPETS and CORNETS: KStandingJ Rhonnie Smith, Gary Bills, Jerry Smith, Ronnie Walters, Mike Cedars, fSittingJ Garland Pack, David Tate, Lana Hanson, Steve Trogdon, Jeanette Alsup fkneelingj Greg Lane, Terry Burgess FRENCH HORNS and BASSOON: CStandingJ Susan Williams Cathy Brandon, Laurie Brandon, CSittingJ Ray Andrews SAXOPHONES: fStandingJ Wayne Baker, Tim Thompson, David Hancock, James Patton, Murle Blasingame, Dwain Weems Debo- rah Pipes, CSittingJ Sherri Foster, Ellen Skipper, Lynda Green, Joan Miller, Jo Ann Terry, CKnee1ingJ Mary Harrison, Dean Willman, Deborah Stracener BARITONES: Kermit Northcutt, Kay Wood, Rickey Harding, Debbie Perry ? i -rs' xy! ' ' " it Jacket Camera 66Te11s It Like It Is" As Band Practices, Performs . . . W K Q s 5 "S N .gr . fx E- Wt Q 'Wm 2 R 5, 3 M SX 2 .gk is ,s ,Q F. ,Arg M'-ii. E 3 -ft f is X 5 its Ag 5 tl xg 1 "-3 1 'Q' ' ,. ,.' as f Q f "M ""' 15 ' +1- .ce dl, ,,ri ragga Hr e e xi 114 EQ, Q .g X rc . 5 - .f-Q -in ,Mm r iw vfm' I 0 Nl fl! VW.- it --.L, W TW C a A 1 1, 1L1f M , r 3 17 - 23:5 MZ 'L 1 C X A C L I I .,,.: .M X X' is -ri - 3 1-f- - S 445 Stage Band Rummage Sale Finances Trips for Trophies . . . UQ JACKET STAGE BAND: CRow lj Ray Andrews, Gary Whitman, Tim Thompson, Joan Miller, Ellen Skipper, David Hancock, CROW 27 David Riggins, James Boucher, David Tomlinson, Roy Bills, Cathy Brandon, Rickey Harding, Mike Cedars, Jeanette Alsup, Terry Burgess, Don King, David Tate, CRow 31 Ann Taylor, Carol Harwell, Duncan McMahan, Jim Perry, Anthony Patterson, Rodney Green, Wayne Baker, Randy Harding, Steve Turknett 116 HIP! H1p! Hoora We Won! SHS, Tops at SFA TSC and Texas Tech, S, Second at Brownwood I o o , o o oo l, oo o TQ o oo oo To 2 e ee To ,oo , S oo o, o ,ffb .':V -' E 5 ' e "L iff IEE i,zE'Sf.51Q2g,, Q ,- ' 93 5 as I 1968 SHS Jackets .Gln ' Head Coach Johnnie Henderson Crightj and his able assistants, Coaches Don Barry, Larry Aldridge, Sam Taylor, Richard Norwood, and Gus Hernandez guide Jacket athletic efforts. Scrappy Junior Varsity Jackets Prep for Varsity, Post 4-6 Record X, J Mike Parr, Tommy Brooks, Bil1'Richards and Ran- dall Carpenter look over Coach Norwood's shoul- der at JV season statistics. 118 , 5. .,.,,, .s,-as bf , a:5,4'E-sv'.- " JUNIOR VARSITY: CROW U Charles Cole, Amos Marsh, Brad Barron, David Deaver, Eddie Bramlett, Terry Fedde, Steve Cole, Scott Evans, Pat Black, Dennis Curtis, CROW 23 Randall Carpenter, Nolan Lewallen, Stanley John- son, Ronald Becker, Keith Stripling, David Garner, Steve Walker, Clifford Saxon, Charles Williams, Joe Garcia, Rickey Hyde, fRow 33 Coach Norwood, Bill Richards, Scotty Shuffield, Mike Parr, Perry Hicks, Tommy Brooks, Denver Cross, Dale Wood, Mike Hancock, Gary Barron, Lanny Spikes, Bobby Nichols, David Luttrell, Coach Aldridge Wasps utscore Mineral Wells Lee To Claim District Crown for SHS ,. .,,.. . N WASPS: CRoW ll Donald Denman, Rueben Luna, Burton Phillips, Mike Gilbert, Junior Savage, Randy Jaquess, Dusty Clayton, Dale Carpenter, Robert Gray CROW 23 Leonard Wise, Bobby Kennedy, Darrell Stephens, Mike Moser, Terry Stone, Mack Futch, Jimmy Hale, Anthony Sims, Dusty Rhodes, Danny Sharp CRoW 33 Coach Smashey, Jerry Huckabee, Larry Smith, Gary Shelton, Scott Patterson, Alan Nix, Paul Chapman, Mike Sexton, Kirk Kitchens, Kenneth Gifford, Joe Hale, Coach Barry -like Fish action at right . . . the begin- ning of future SHS Varsity Jackets! -. if Q an 65' 'I 19 Varsity Jackets Don New Uniforms, Sun Grins for JACKET Cameraman August, 1968, finds football monopolizing the time of six SHS coaches, over a hundred players, six managers and a trainer as fans lend their moral support. As the going gets rough, ten become football drop-outs while fifty-four playing out the season report for all work-outs. Jacket gridders under the guidance of Head Coach John- nie Henderson and assistants Gus Hernandez, Sam Taylor, Richard Norwood, Larry Aldridge and Don Barry bring recognition to SHS. The Wasps, scoring 165 points against their opponents' 102 and compiling the same 6-4 won loss record as Mineral Wells Lee, become district champs by virtue of their 13-8 victory over Lee. Giving a fine team effort, the JV shoots down such formidable foes as Hico Varsity, Granbury, Brownwood and Clifton but loses the scoreboard race to Azle, Graham, Mineral Wells, Castle- berry, Weatherford and Brownwood in a season finale rematch. As the season progresses, JV players Ray Pack and Joe Garcia move up to the Varsity. Also posting a 4-6 record, twenty-eight Varsity players earn letter jackets. Varsity season statistics reveal leaders in various cate- gories: Everett in scoring, rushing, pass receiving, passes intercepted and punt returns, Danny Brown in tackling, Kelly in punting, Lay in passing, Richards in kick-off returns, Stasey in fumbles recovered. Garner and Stasey tie in blocking punts. Other SHS honors for the year go to many Jackets - Everett, Fitzgerald and Lowery, Captains, Stasey, Offensive Lineman, Everett, Offensive Back, Fitz- gerald, Defensive Lineman, Danny Brown, Defensive Back, Everett, Player of the Year, Ray Pack, Most Im- proved Player, Derrick, Best Spirit Builder, Stasey, Hard- est Worker in Work-Outs, Watkins and Everett ftiej, Best Attitude during Work-Outs, Ulmer, Hardest Worker among Non-Starters. Climaxing football in ,68, 4-AAA All-District recognition goes to Everett, Fitzgerald, D. Brown and Stasey. Three more Jackets - Lowery, Walker and Wood - receive honorable mention. 121 KJE . at , 'Q x i -sm-ee-.gf , Four Sophs Strengthen Varsity David Watkins 1 Letter Dwain Brock 2 Letters 'Randy Mills 1 Letter Mike Wood 2 Letters Two JV Join ine Varsity Juniors OPPOSITE PAGE: Jeff Bennett 2 Letters Danny Brown 2 Letters Eddie Brown 2 Letters Ronald Derrick 2 Letters 1. 4. Q rt,, am-fre we rtmmrff l GUY Stasey ,,,- 'f2- f"" f 2Letters r f Nl , jf Greg Fanning , rr , s V a r tr r et L E ss r , r E mer " - 3 " W VVV V f r iigwgw Q Randy Pack E r nr L' YVEETZIPM ik, A f- g gpg' sway Shufiield il 3 ttttt 6 1 tffti sri a t 1 E ' VJ . iY,4Vm ,M K f I V,IV Vkrk :,. VI ,,,' gg , u w f t C ,", ,--, 5 3, A :,, ' "" , 1 N f ' E ' E f 2 H i -r,.r Q 1 L ' -42 7 ' 1 k if ' Having started the season with the JV, Joe Garcia fi , uv E A ,4 rf gf and Ray Pack are especially proud of their letter Q gtg ,,., : V ., V? 122 ,f 1 ' jackets. f - gif W fi 2 r .- WL, if A Q, Sgwf ' 1 J A ,J f Seniors Lead Jacket Varsity I Duke Everett, 3 Letters Mike Walker, 2 Letters Eddie Garner, 2 Letters Anthony Garcia, 2 Letters Terry Fitzgerald, 2 Letters David Gray, 2 Letters David Daniell, 2 Letters Randy Lay, 2 Letters Larry Richards, 2 Letters Terry Lowery, 2 Letters Mike Pack, 1 Letter Ross Wolfe, 1 Letter Neal Ulmer, 1 Letter Roger Kelly, 1 Letter David Boswell Jimmy Jackson wx Kevan Meehan 2 i S55 S1 -. QM :X Instant Replay of Varsity Action P:-'Z '68 Jacket Gridmen Name Tula Lewallen Football Sweetheart C p Terry Fltzgerald, Terry Lowery and Duke Everett tlunk Tula h ld for size. Dynamic Cheerleaders Enliven School Spirit Debra Parnell and Bob Scott I MW i fe' 5 Qi E Sherry Whitacre and Rickey Harding V for Victory! Tula Lewallen and Mike Riggs Let'S hear a word from D k Enthusia m Soar 3 -' ,1.-,.....,, W ' hw-v Cheerleader Signs, in W A ' i if My ' ,,,,g55.faqf 41... f - -V , ,r f ' l 4,-sr 1, ' W r :wr f 'fr ee Q me r A .m..,WNWmWWW-W V -, HNF, if ., V, L., . fy 'z- " 43219. ' fliiligaf I2 ?i ,i',,Vfif" Q' " I- Zyl.. w Q iid! i:" " 5 . . V 1- " 5 f 5 55 A ,V A S, Q,-g.rJw' P Q WM K 130 x --'ASPYPSQQ - Spirit Box Support Jackets, Honeybees l .f W v 'WU , ,V, For showing the most and best Jacket spirit, cheerleader sponsor Evelyn Henderson receives Spirit megaphone from Bob. 131 Fish, J V Bounce Ball Coach Barry Ten J V Players Prep for Varsit , Ricke Moves Up During Season WASPS: Mike Gilbert, Kenneth Gifford, Kirk Kitchens, Scott Patterson, Mike Sexton, Anthony Sims, Robert Gray and Cseatedl Managers William Moon and Mike Moser. Coach Aldridge's "Super Sophs" take the court for pre-game Jacket warm-up. JV JACKETS: CRow 17 Steve Deaver, Mike Wood, Rickey Hyde, Nolan Lewallen, Eddie Bramlett fRow 23 Dwain Brock, David Luttrell, Denver Cross, Bill Richards, Eddie Bearden. 132 i Toward Varsity l l I-'RESHMAN HONEYBEES l Row 1 Kathy Kelly Debbie Adams Jan Gaines l Margaret Boswell l Row 2 DeVonna McNeill Lynn Foster Janet Sharp J Ginger Whitacre Row 3 Pam Johnston Doris Howard I Kerry Roach l Christine Montgomery Alemeda Stephens Coach Jo Horton ei Bench-Warming Bees watch the game, the clock and the score. r l B-BEES: CROW lj Sherry Whitacre, Glynda , Gordon, Isla Snyder, Diane King, Carolyn Lesley, Julia Sanford CROW 21 Connie Jack- son, Kay Wood, Jolynne Hopson, Debra 1 Wolfe, Melody Hook, Betty Jackson. Bees by the Dozen With Winning Ways Predict, Wait Till Next Year 133 D. Brown, R. Kelly on South Zone 4-AAA Team, L. Cashon, G. Stasey, Honorable Mention . . . Senior, 3 36 Larry Cashon Mike C Point Senior, 12 Richards 57 Po Roger Kelly Senior, 447 Points Danny Brow , 246 Po Gary Barron Eddie Brown Gary Stasey Junior, 4 Points Junior, 92 Points Junior, 288 Points Lynn Ulmer Sophomore, 37 Points 1 Lance Knight Sophomore, 21 Points Coach Aldridge demonstrates his lay-up shot. A Year of Firsts for Centur -Scoring Stingers and Coach Aldridge Rolling to a 12-15 season between the first tip-off and the last heartbreaker, SHS Jackets see tive contests decided by no more than three points and three overtime matches. The Stingers not only score a total of 1,602 points but break the magic century mark for the first time in SHS history to beat Breckenridge 104-41. Kelly leads the scoring with a 17.2 average. Danny Brown surpasses rebounding records and is a tip-in specialist. Cashon leads in recoveries and intercepted passes, totalling 73, for the season. While setting up plays from the outside, Stasey manages a 10.6 average despite leaving eight contests early via the foul route. Hyde, perhaps the most outstanding reserve from the super sophs, contributes 32 points on the varsity level in the last four contests. Official Statistician Mike Stewart and manager Scotty Evans have their hands full keeping up with Coach Aldridge and the 1968-69 Jackets. WM 137 Jacket Camera Captures Court Action . . . , V, pk: S A It 1, ms r-.r. :Wa -f me .M aw' 1 ,SM f ,ww-.MCWQQ WZHW1 -.,. :,3.,,.,. f 'a"glSii?f5f:iF X1'fi?3:EF5?iC2.'9 1f'f1i1Zni5iS:'.f- 't0W"A " Xiifefzitflif2Kf5f?i7f3fif g-raamggff 1221529 ,.., me me Lx...- Honeybees Buzz to 30-4 Season Record, District Crown ' 4 GV! . 'Wan . , V ig Q .. l 53 l 1 4 " l ,., I Manager Marcia Gordon offers towel to defensive reserves, Julia Sanford, Debra Wolfe and Deana Koonsman. ' Scorer Suzan Smith goes over game statistics with Honeybee back-up offense, Kay Wood, Vicki Lowry and Sandra Lesley. Marilyn Pack, manager Kathy Hunter, Rugene Wood and manager Lana Wise are always on hand to lend Honeybees moral support. Offensive 'Bees rip the nets for a total of 1,756 points, an average of 51.5 per game while the stingy defense allows only 37.6 points per outing. 141 Debbie Ballow, Forward 484 Points, 151 Rebounds Samas Starting Six Honeybees Make M thical AAA-3 All-District Barbara Shipp, Forward Nita Stephens, Forward 460 Points, 100 Rebounds 733 Points, 121 Rebounds 42 Tula Lewallen, Guard 163 Rebounds Cissy McMahan, Guard Jo Ann Terry, Guard 65 Rebounds 108 Rebounds De De Receives Honorable Mention De De Everett, Guard 32 Points, 75 Rebounds Deana Koonsman, Guard 20 Rebounds Sandra Lesley, Guard 13 Rebounds Vicki Lowry, Forward 31 Points, 35 Rebounds Julia Sanford, Guard 13 Rebounds Debra Wolfe, Guard 11 Rebounds Kay Wood, Forward 16 Points, 3 Rebounds Honeybees In Action . vw, X411 5 wiiin .XM ,,-f K gl 14 ii! dw lmW W CD CD T CU 5 to CD F? 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'ur' Alissa-r ,va of -LL- , -I gall' triffy' 55455990 2 P1 I 5 " V if V,,V L yy ',,- - - Mr, K .... L . Q ww ,, N ,, , , I , '-k' B 'ai ' is X . if . -fa '-,'. f-,, - ..'f sg, a ' ' . i., ., s ,...,, Honeybees capture District Track and Field Crown at Comanche. Fourteen Bees Win District in Track, ine Go to Region, Six on to State M., i T f Julia Sanford breaks the tapeg Jo Ann Terry follows close behind in 60-yard dash district pre-lims. Bees fat rightj joyfully receive the regional trophy. K 147 fi , nr , , , . .. ., .,-' -1- Knipstein' 4225.2 Mile ts M -. ,- ' .kg " ff, :ff S-.--at ' X4 -4 ,, ' H All is grin E X , Q., X I .A 'gl 'F R , s ffu'--' , Qf' - C e S ew ecor ,Q -X b 1 - -fs - ' - - 7 2 l - . Q at 1. li' ' ef- await? .L 57 . 2 A I., X, Q .REQJ , tl st, -wir ,Q I T i ' . " EJ ...T i 'C " 2 .,,, f f 2 . , ' 4 . ' ts- S N N - - ' " Q . , - ' 9 'M 5 ,, - - - , . ' W . ' E K X - --W-'i'r.,z-fs ' -Q' ,ff :w . "1 f i, ' 2 Rfk 2 L . 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Aer- Y. 31-dl in Region I1 'M r ' Garrett, 880 3rd. in District 4-AAA 1 ,swf 1--.... VARSITY TRACK: CRow lj Travis Garrett, Dean Robinson, Johnnie Henderson Cmgr.J, Duke Everett, Garland Knipstein, CRow 27 Lanny Spikes, Larry McMahan, Randy Mills, Bobby Nichols, Mike Wood, Randall Carpenter, Dennis Curtis, Gene Stewart, CRow 31 David Deaver Cmgr.J, Danny Hughes, Denver Cross, Dwain Brock, Charles Williams, Charles Cole, Charles Lohrmann, Brad Barron Cmgr.J FRESHMAN TRACK: CROW lj Jimmy Hale, Robert Gray, Terry Stone, CROW 21 Terry Olliff, Darrell Stephens, Mike Sexton, Scott Patterson, CROW 31 Danny Sharp, Alan Nix, Clay Knapp 148 440 Relay: Robinson, Wood, Mills, Everett 5th. in District 4-AAA S ' s . , -Tl-213 4 , f J x, , -fr-mv-112, 3 ,. .-. K- K, 1, . .w-251 P: .: S15-2' C sg,--:ni 41 ai' '. f,-.sl aff: . 'se ss- ., .,.. .- -as 1 . if ...tw V . , f-- . T3,,Q5-,5,,5,,q,i. -, 1:-,,,,,, .,y., f K. 4, , Q-sf rf -- vt ,jf G -- ,.,,,,,,,, --- - . Swv Q .fiymvz ,-:vm Q .Q .Q g is--.. , . . .. , - - -- 4--- 4- ef i I g Q.. T, .sl ,. g 1 . - -wg-Q-is -. gn- 5-1.11 5,21 - ' gf , W- iti.'E51i7T3a-'..'1' 'QQISEIN 51 Everett, 220 3rd. in District 4-AAA S S l l x 7 -J l rf' 1' f1'3.2,f,,..-ri, .. imlfkvazfwfafisiifrfaf .ymarauvs Erki-if Catcher's view . . . Cashon seeking signal. ' ' me .. 5 "ali-.. . ' Qfif ' ,- .riff -' Q 359. uf . G ,,,, G ' 1 Coach Don Barry goes over plans with ace third base- man Roger Kelly. Baseballs Aplent . . . Jacket Battery, Inlielders Aided B Outfielders . . . pb, Dwain Hooks, Nolan Lewallen, Larry Ogle, Dwain Brock, Danny Brown, Bill Dunson, Gary Stasey -all rw Charles Cole, Greg Fanning, Mike Wood, Rusty Chandler, David Watkins, Anthony Garcia, and fstandingl David Fry, Scott Patterson, Bill Richards, Randy Mills 149 Tee Time at SHS Freshman golfers Mike Trice, Junior Savage, Kirk Kitchens, Mike Moser, Mike Gilbert and James Hoover play their own schedule and serve as caddies for Varsity Jacket linksters in the state golf tourney on the Morris Williams course. Jacket Golfers, Second in District, Win Regional B ne Stroke . . . .S tvs Joe Belcher shoots best SHS score in regional play. sl 1ggLaY,fsfm fl K .,,.. Mm, K Mp , .H f , , l , V, , ,pw ,, 1' f ' . ,f - it , f - f ' -M. V A , . S yfia' -131, ,WN r ,f f f' N ' V ff V' 'Jah t K Lf , 2, ef ,ji vfQ..f+f.re Wat . T. N T, H T Z l 2 V ' i ,, A In f ,A 1 ' f - Y, f' ffflfhx 9,1 ' r , , " EJ' T' ,Q '75, ' S latin f 472 at 2 my - f ,fu1g,n '1 -,gg 7 - f15gj7Ji7'f',Q,tZ?7"fi V ' tibia? 419 V QQfQff5Q, fist 55, i "- ' f ly ,4 'y,21w1f'r1' mi: V ' , ,L 2 , vfy w.fg,f,f w'f-:fm , -1-fff'Ei". w Mjs:,L:.g4 H55 xi dj gf' ,Q 5 mggti Wgf,c - 1, ,N ww, , 'tg 5 7L,.'.' p,4,wQrf3w52 -2 QiW"5f'f'f KG '41 f 7' ' 'f1feE.'ff? 1 f'ifmim3f" A' K in iff-f 'f1k'5'tf ,airy , V . . . 'W v??'3'i133. t ,fy .r 7' r'Y if 1 N District Medalist Danny McGough also shoots the low SHS mg,gfg,f,a,9a3Et3gi,f35g255tggg,,f31i5feQ4 ,gig 1gQg55iX,,,2x :j,N:iHfQ4 S,--wg1t.,,, score at the State Tourney. . V ,1?6+,,':ffz15,4,A.2j'f ferry , '1 n 14' 'lf YJ f-11311 3 if " ' ,iff Li 517' L' 'i iw 150 is X s T aaata Making last minute checks on equipment, SHS coaches Johnnie Hender- son and Gus Hernandez prepare to depart for Austin with the golf team. Jacket golfers e Danny McGough, Joe Belcher, fand standingj Coach Johnnie Henderson, Tommy Brooks, Kenny Hen- son and Craig Dameron - shoot 703 in State AAA Golf Championship Playoff. Esker wa s sf M ta sv- wg., Second Time 'Round Jackets Third in State Golf Tourney I " K, 2 rt , . . . X - ,, - :gf . X sux 'Q S is K we ' e ,,. at-, V, ., f' -. -gtk-1,5-1-5... ,P 2 N ' 1 will ' mu s 'liek , A Council Members, on Both Sides of l -uv --V -- 7 2 It , 2 r i if I , .,,f,, . ,pt 54 . 2 A 4 AWS, ' f ' V ' ' , 1 H z afar we 'ry W V ,- , ,yr 1 qfw , M mf' W, ,,,ft,,! , f 1 W' ' at A f ' T 'aj ' C , av '68-'69 Council members, seven representing each class, are ffront rowj Anthony Garcia, Tula Lewallen, Mary Holder, President Eddie Garner, Vice-President Suzan Smith, Corresponding Secretary Linda Dalby, Recording Secretary Connie Porter, Reporter Marion Ferguson, Treasurer Duke Everett, Steve Carter, Gary Stasey, Rickey Harding, Martha Melton, Ralph Hymer, Cback rowj Randy Harding, Kay Wood, Perry Hicks, Jolynne Hopson, Randall Carpenter, Glynda Gordon, Nolan Lewallen, Ginger Whitacre, Dale Carpenter, Laurie Brandon, John Baker, Jan Gaines, Terry Stone and fnot picturedb Junior Savage. 152 Fence, Represent You vvvv ... Y f . 4' ' I , ' A w 1- " " x I ' vi 3 W . Mrs. Jackson Adviser Mr. Hailey Adviser Student Council Activities . . . 'sv' Attending District Student Council Convention in Ham- lin, SHS council members campaign for and win the district presidency for '69-'70. Ray Andrews accom- panies delegates as guest entertainer. sii?rf,w31i:i, ig 4 Council invites Santa to SHS . . . Z Mr. Hailey and state convention delegates - Connie, Perry, Dale and Martha - find 'kit's a fur piece" to Amarillo. B4 HOMECOMING from Freakout to Coronation ' x ZX 5 , fl Z ll N325 L if , ,+.,,,,,,WLWa, f 5 ,L 2 156 Z 32 iii '51 -'fb-, disk Eddie Garner Student Body President Mary Holder Homecoming Queen Honor Society Taps Thirteen, Two Transfer In 50 x Q?" Allison Bryan Vice-President Mike Cedars Marilyn McAlister Mike Cranford President Mrs. Deavenport Adviser Barbara Shipp Secretary iosr f gss T .sr I dr? s Jean Douglas Cissy MeMahan Suzan Smith John Pigott Treasurer Reporter Marion Ferguson Frances Hill Jim Perry Kathy Slaten vw- Gary Barron Vickie Bills Cathy Brandon X X i X, a Q f ' X D QQ., or V ii , T ,Q :ggi 155323 5- X, gf' A ' ' wg . 5. Steve Carter Johnnye Engler David Hancock Mike Hancock Nwwm Barbara Manley Martha Melton Richard Nachtigall Kermit Northcutt Larry Ogle Jerry Smith Kay Hooks, Transfer Ann Taylor, Transfer 159 ational Honor Society Highlights . . Induction l Awards and Rewards l NHS members operate concessions at the first football game and sell cupcakes to finance projects for ,69 Y a one-year NEA membership to Mrs. , Deavenport Cleftb, S50 TSC scholarships for Marilyn McAlister and Marion Ferguson Cbelowl, and a picnic for those making all A's the fifth six-weeks, 160 i v E .... ,s . 'E 'IN 1 JNQ, .gt .,,,. 3 as 5 X X sf ffzl 8. ,, Historian William Walker peeks around the corner at fellow QV officers. Library Sweetheart Lee Stanley At a regular QV meeting on December 5, 1968, club members cast a secret ballot to elect one of the eligible members for the 1968-1969 Sweetheart of the Library Club. At the next assembly, December 12, Student Body Presi- dent Eddie Garner announces the club's choice and presents the c1ub's gift, the QV bracelet, to Lee Stanley. Lee has been an active member throughout high school and has served as 1967-68 TALA District Parliamentarian, 1967-68 Vice-President, and 1968-69 President. QV Officers President Lee Stanley Parliamentarian Mary Anne Yarbrough Secretary J errye Riley Reporter Darline Anderson Historian William Walker ,Mg , 1 ,,,' 4,-.., -game fsw 1 YW 161 Carolyn Voss, Trisha Bynum and Debora Pipes , gy Mary Anne Yarbrough, Becky Robinson and Letha Grissox QV ACTIVITIES Everman District TALA Spirit of Christmas . . . X - A- w A isa 55u-g'il ' F Q, w A M! i 4 ,. re: Ss Q 33fi,x 'A W -L iiifm L, x - S.. S L L S .... . was? A ' -.,,,. Alice Darnell, Sharon Leatherman and Lee Stanley Lewis Pack, Darline Anderson and Mrs. Kirklen Dee Ann Runyon, Linda Knight, Toni Willis, Tommy Collins and Cynthia Stewart Joanna Sparkman, Ann Ray, Kathy Anderson, Jerrye Riley and Paula Joiner Read these! State TALA or Bust! Pretty! X Nr V, ., ' ', .nf A ,Q- ., . V : . X l HQ 3 , 'V ' Q 'Q I XN!,!,.F: ff 13 3 L gf fs' -I ,mv Choir Fills SHS Year with Song . . . OFFICERS: Treasurer Reba Carpenter, Secretary Connie Hatch, President Wayne Baker, Reporter Jeanette Alsup and Director Mike Morton Between "Mass in G" and 'lBye Bye, Birdie" President Wayne Baker and the planning commit- tee take time out to pose for the Jacket camera. tRow 11 Mr. Morton, Toni Willis, Jeanette Alsup, Jeannie Davidson, Marsha Rogers, Leslie Miller, Dianne Smith, Diane Hord, Sharon Luttrell, Debbie Hooks, Connie Hatch, Debbie Burks, Tommy Collins, CROW 21 Susan Martin, Etta Jo Smith, Jo Ann Gooch, Brenda Sharp, Ann Taylor, Cynthia Stewart, Rita Boucher, Susan Chastain, Debbie Waldie, Carol Harwell, Kathy Slaten, Linda Daniels, CROW 31 Rosanna Bolling, Fredia Hurt, Allison Bryan, Anthony Patterson, Wayne Baker, Scotty Shuffield, Steve Trogdon, tRow 41 Leonard Green, Frank Summers, Rickey Harding, David Lovelace, Jim Perry, Jimmy Hunt, Dean Wilhnan, Brad Allen, Royce Lee, William Walker, Earl Gooch, George Carpenter, David Gregory, Terry Olliff 164 Special performances put SHS choir in limelight. 'M Zfh 'W'-.. J I i Three tenors - Jimmy Hunt, Rickey Harding and Brad Mr. Morton concentrates on tonal quality at pre-contest rehearsal Allen - "sing out" to earn a spot in All-State Choir. 165 W Zia bfepbezzvzffe jlhqfz Scboof Gholr D2 Book by MICHAEL STEWART Music by CHARLES STROUSE Lyrics by LEE ADAMS i - Director A N MVKE MORTON A Assistant Director - ANTHONY PATTERSON - Srcge Manager - WAYNE BAKER MAY 2, a Permission granted by, Trons-Wirmork Music Library, Inc., N.Y., NY. i wil I 1' riff vmauuur:-u 1 :la C A 5 T - PRODUCTION STAFF Director Albert Peterson Ricky Harding Chmeogmphy Rose Alvarez Allison Bryan Teen Agers Stage Manager Marsha Rogers Carol Harwell SOUPCJ Cynthia Stewart Kay Hooks Costumes I Jo Ann Gooch Toni Willis EOE!l'lOHBO::"'Q Sharon Luttrell Freda Hurt T 'C OO 5 Royce Lee Jimmy Hunt Molqellp S Ch i , Steve Trogdon Wayne Baker Umm mmm Leslie Miller PVOQVCVUS S O I 'JUS Ursula Merkle Connie Hatch Eigozo Snmsm Kim MacAtee Kathy Slaten Jeannie Davidson Mrs. MacAfee Dianne Smith Dcbble Bums Mr. MacAtee Jimmy Perry pfoperlles Tow, W H S I l l l Teen Trio Cynthia Stewart Carol Ahlarvvell -I-mket Soyes Connie Hatch Brad Alien Sad Girl Charlotte Pack Advertising Mae Peterson Ann Taylor Leslie Miller Reporters Wayne Baker I Frank Summers Leonard Green l-'glillng Conrad Birdie William Walker Cheerleaders Jeannette Alsop ' CONSTRUCTION ' Kay Hooks Stage Manager Jo Ann Gooch Assistant Stage Manager Mayor Scotty Shuffield Mayors Wite Linda Daniels Hugo Peabody Dean Willrnan Randolph MacAtee Leroy Parnell ' PAINTING ' Susan Martin Mrs Merke Susan Martin Tom WMS . I ' Gloria Rasputin Linda Daniels Cami Hmweil T, V. Director Brad Allen Brenda Sharp charles F. Maude Anthony Pettefwt - MuslciANs - Shriners .eg Steve Trogdon, Scotty Shuttield, Terry Ollitf, Tommy Collins Drums Piano Mike Morton Anthony Patterson Jeanette Alsup Wayne Baker Scotty Shutfield Dianne Smith Sharon Luttrell Debbie Burks Debbie Waldie Rita Boucher Debbie Waldie Larry Young Rosanna Boling William Walker Freda Har: Susan Martin Eno Jo Smith Brenda Sharp Larry Young Royce Lee Scotty Sltutlield Linda Daniels Debbie Burlzs Randy Harding Lewis Pack Wayne Baker Dean Willson Steve Trogclon Jim Hunt Frank Summers Terry Ollitt Freda Hurt Leslie Miller Allison Bryan Anthony Patterson Ray Andrews ' It i Q 5 l l l A Wu:-yff' Q. ' I 'wa HOMEM AKlNG ll: CSeatedj Becky Robinson, Cathy Wilson, Nelda Perry, Mary Anne Yarbrough, Margaret Carter, Ann Cox CStandingJ Sharon Engler, Deana Koonsman, Carolyn Lesley, Mrs. Greenway KN 5 1 1 FHA Encourages Future Homemakers HOMEMAKING I: LC CROW lj Sandra Smithi Laurie Brandon, Debbie Adams, Debby Perry' Angela Kay, fRow 21 Carolyn Whitfield, Debbie Riggs, Vickie Mann, Susan Scott, Nancy Smith Debbie Burks, CROW 31 Christine Montgomery Debra Stracener, Ginger Whitacre, Carolyn Vosg HOMEMAKING 1: BL CSeatedD Pam Johnston Kathy Cranford, Vicki Little, Kathy Kelley Susan Williams, fStandingJ Kathy Anderson Debbie Gibson, Nancy Dalby, Melanye Browr I-IOMEMAKING I: BC CSeatcdJ Leslie Millen Ruth Ganske, Dianna lrick, Mary Stephens Jeannie Davidson, fStandingJ Sherry Tarrance Renee Blanks, Jo Ann Gooch, Helen Garrett' Vicki Britt, Diane Wesson, Emilee Sandersl Connie Jackson, Taresa Carpenter 1 ,4,,,, x N is ru, I I is if.. CLOCKWISE HOMEMAKING II: CSeatedJ Carol Chick, Cheryl Fry, Janice Dowell, Rugene Wood, Suzi Robertson, CStandingJ Debra Hallmark, Susan Martin, Ruemma Frizzell, Judy Riggs HOMEMAKING II: CSeatedJ Zoe Miller, Wanda Rutherford, Susan Chastain, Caroline Vandaveer, CStandingJ Mrs. Green- way, Lea Alexander, Vicki Jones, Debby Ewers, Vickie Bills, Rosanna Bolling, Etta Jo Smith HOMEMAKING III: Pat Swain, Connie Porter, Sherry Whita- cre, Nancy Hancock, Deborah Pipes HOMEMAKING I: CRow IJ Cheryl Rampley, Jeanmarie Nich- ols, Jan Gaines, CROW 23 Margaret Boswell, Mary Harrison, Carolyn Gaither, CROW 35 Debbie Hale, Sandra Jenkins, Lynn Lumsden, Nancy Clark, Dee Ann Runyon fx .5 K -wa' It 3, FHA Activities Promote Individualism Planning, Come As You Are, Ditt Bags, Initiation - L ' ' 1 y ,. I A A . , X . ww , ' I X .,,: . K -Ill' Nw, ,., L SXX 3' 532+ 'X V WSW 1E-Q - . l Nami' 170 9 8 in Home and Family Relations, Citizenship Daddy-Date, Meetings, FHA Week, Supper, Convention i Q is i A Sv tx .-f X, as Q , N I A I5 3 s 5 fffg Q, ,.,,p E ki t H. ,X Mmes. Davis and Greenway Guide FHA'ers in Meaningful and Fun-filled Year .V-TL FHA officers plan in the summer for a busy year. Then Wlfh the beginning of school, work begins to carry out their plans. The Chapter officers are CRoW lj Publicity Chairman Carolyn Lesley, Degrees Chairman Karen Fitzgerald, Program Chairman Debbie Rhodes, President Deana Koonsman, Projects Chairman Connie Porter, Recreation Chairman Linda Daniels, CRoW 25 Sgt.-at-Arms Sharon Engler, Historian Nancy Hancock, Parlia- mentarian Janice Dowell, Sgt.-at-Arms Marilyn Pack, Treasurer Jo Ann Terry, and Secretary Pat Swain FHA members not enrolled in homemaking classes are CROW lj Jo Ann Terry, Donna Walker, CRoW 25 Cynthia Denton, Martha Melton, Cathy Brandon, CROW 31 Karen Fitzgerald, Ellen Skipper, Linda Daniels, Debbie Rhodes, and Rita Boucher. FHA Beau Ronnie Walters Chapter Chooses Officers To Lead FFA Activities . . . 'X 1 ss', ., - , . :., T w t to ' if ""' ' E T --' t t,,, if ' r gi' ' ,tttis , - if ' to . . ... A In ix h K c b A A Y K7 kk t,.. M K my ,. a C , it T iw X 3 -- -' Q I - it R 'E ts.i ,. A C ST . stsy mln PRESIDENT Dwayne Jackson VICE-PRESIDENT Mike Pack SECRETARY Dent Bills TREASURER Jerry Walker REPORTER Dale Hancock SENTINEL Gaiy Whitman "PreXy', Presents Chapter Sweetheart ln a fall assembly, Dwayne Jackson pre- sents Marcia Gordon as FFA Sweetheart for 1968-69. Marcia receives the sweet- heart jacket and a kiss from Dwayne. 174 FFA Sweetheart Marcia Gordon 175 FFA Activities . . . 'Jfi 'ii- ' ' 3' -i L,2iaZm . a t 2, AERIE J A580 R Mr. Rex Stephens receives his twenty-five year service pin at the Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association State Convention. CLeftJ Mr. Hailey and Mr. Stephens examine a tractor at the TSC Tractor Maintenance Workshop. The Ag Department camera clicks as Mary picks up cards. The fourth-period Ag I. class loads up for a field trip. i,l V l M if Z 3 Ji W E me E I To-op Agriculture FFA students Greg Fanning, Jerry Jalker, and Dwayne Jackson take part on the rogram at the Employer-Appreciation Banquet. Land team members, Roger Kelly, Dwayne Jackson, Perry Hicks and Eddie Bearden, proudly display their awards won at the District, State, and National contests. Land team members and Mr. Stephens Search for land samples and teammate Roger. . 1 7 7 QQ Participation in Leadership Training and LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM: Darrell Stone, Richard Nachtigall, and Perry Hicks GREENHAND CHAPTER CONDUCTING: Clay Knapp, Steve Kimball, Rickey Stone, Lance Knight, Ray Stone, and Johnny Hancock Q , Dwayne Jackson wins first in State in Agriculture Co-op Training. an POULTRY JUDGING TEAM: Steve Peacock, Larry Harris, and Louis Grissom SENIOR SKILL TEAM: Danny Whitt, Douglas Waugh, Eddie Bramlett, and Earl Gooch RADIO TEAM: Dale Hancock, Eddie Bearden, and Perry Hicks Judging, an Important Phase in FFA . . . JR. SKILL TEAM: Joe Benton, Mack Futch, Jimmy Hale, RANGE and PASTURE TEAM: Dale Hancock, Dwayne and Rudy Hinojos JR. CHAPTER CONDUCTING: Steve Kimball, Johnny Han- cock, Dale Carpenter, Ray Stone, Lance Knight, Clay Knapp, and Rickey Stone PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE: Steve Kimball, Rickey Stone, and Johnny Hancock Jackson, and Gary Whitman SR. CHAPTER CONDUCTING: Eddie Bearden, Perry Hicks, Larry Harris, Dwayne Jackson, Dale Hancock, Richard Nachtigall, and Gary Whitman Wake up Rusty! You might miss something! tiiiilif Las Chaquetas 1968-1969 Presidente Suzan Smith Consejero a la Madrina Bob Scott Vice-Presidente Biff Henningsen Secretario Marilyn McAlister Tesorero Kathy Slaten Reportero Warren Russell Sargentos De De Everett Rickey Harding its my s S at 'f H 7 1 ., I ' . 9' 4' ff-GY , i Li , ,.4, , if J SPANISH II MEMBERS: Cynthia Denton, Marcia Gordon, Phyllis Johnston, ' ' ' Karleece Chumney, Norma Ferguson, Mike Cedars, Dale Hancock, and Cathy ' ' ' Brandon. 'ISO OTHER MEMBERS: John Pigott, Biff Henningsen, Rickey Harding, Sam McDonald, David Daniell, Ann Taylor, Kay Littleton, De De Everett, Marion Ferguson, David Riggins, Jimmy Perry, Deborah Stracener, Debbie Rhodes, Gene Walker, Jackie Quarles, Warren Russell, Martha Melton, Dean Robison, Mike Cranford, Suzan Smith, Vickie Lowry, Larry Smith, Marilyn McA1ister, Eddie Garner, Susan Chastain, Alice Darnell, Jerry Stem, Kathy Slaten, David Huffman, and Donna Means ..-"" 58, ,M ,f raw Vffisi uf " . f 'J VM, 4, G VQ,,4,,5y,f,gq:,1: Qff . , F" 1 z . . ,..,A.M,.ws W , , . A . ,,,, nm M ' 4 , ji -"' Candy sales and STINGER finance club activities. 181 mit! li 'M .Www rw, ie ,, Bifii First SHS'er to Be Director Q if 'fe' 13. QU 9 SPANISH I MEMBERS: Karen Fitz- gerald, Ann Cox, Alice Porter, Suzanne Satterwhite, Viki Hymer, Cynthia Har- vey, Ralph Hymer, Danny Proctor, Jean- mztrie Nichols, Beverly Ryan OPPOSITE PAGE tTop Righty Roger Lowery, Muffin Morton, Steve Peacock, Woodie Lawson fBottomJ Sharon Smith, Kenny Yeager, Susan Andrews, Janice Dowell, Donna Walker, Wanda Ruther- ford, Cheryl Ross, Bobby Sherrod Blending in with a multitude of year- ly activities is the Spanish club Christmas party. The Twister game offers everyone an opportunity to "loosen up." Mistletoe gives some a chance for fun, with the breaking of the pinata a climax to a fun-filled evening. 182 ? . ffffatit f , ' ..,, ,, ,.',, It 1 PSAF Board ,Vi W, , .NH , . A f I-I, J Ja X g if J I 'Gi' 4 FTA, Miss Williams Combine F un, Business President Bob Scott and Vice-President David Daniell "stand behind" fellow 0ffiCerS Reporter Linda Daniels, Secretary De De Everett, and Historian Carolyn Lesley. Projects . . . Aiding Teachers, Convention Trips, WWW is 1 Qimfff !"ff3 'X .. ,wig " Tjrjzq n 'au i of i ' jk ?' we it 4 X X, 1 A -En Q . .. . ., Q M X ' 7 I -L'- f L ,,, .. k,.,,.c ..,, ,r .,, . , N., FTA MEMBERS: Linda Daniels, Susan Martin, Ann Cox, Nancy Clark, Judy Hughes, Sam McDonald, Debbie Perry, Eddie Bearden Vicki Jones, Lynn Lumsden, Nelda Perry, Donna Walker, Louis Pack, Ellen Skipper, Carla Stacy, De De Everett, Debbie Stracener Caroline Lesley, Christine Montgomery, Sandra Lesley, Jolynne Hopson, and Cathy Brandon. Skating Party, Award Pins, School Scrapbook 'Y 1 s j Me' -' Marion Ferguson Leads the Math Club with help from fellow officers, Mike Riggs, John Pigott, Richard Nachtigall, Marilyn McAlister, Kathy Slaten, Wa.rren Russell and Mr. Crabtree. To add just the right touch to the year's activities and carry out plans made at a called meeting in l03, Math Club members and George picnic at Eddie's. 186 Na Ullman-H X iw nv' if 2,3- fw, ' 5 'ef' M , Q ig FRESHMEN and SOPHOMORES: CROW 13 Sandra Smith, Carla Stacy, CRoW 23 Susan Williams, Geri Jarvis, Dee Ann Runyon, Vicki Jones, Judy Hughes, CROW 33 Judy Riggs, Kenneth Purvis, Bobby Nichols, David Tomlinson, Rodney Green, CROW 43 Roy Bills, Ray Andrews .1 sl' fl ff JUNIORS and SENIORS: CRoW 13 Donna Means, Ann Taylor, Marilyn McAlister, Linda Daniels, Cathy Brandon, John Pigott, Kathy Slaten, CROW 23 Dean Robinson, Jerry Stem, Jim Perry, DWayne Jackson, Marion Ferguson, Mike Cedars, Tim Thompson, Mike Cranford, CROW 33 Richard Nachtigall, Kermit Northcutt, George Carpenter, Warren Russell, David Huffman 187 SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS President Jerry Stem Vice-President Mike Cranford Secretary Martha Melton Treasurer Biff I-Ienningsen Reporter Jolynne Hopson Sgts.-at-Arms Travis Garrett Isla Snyder Advisers Invite Science Students, Those with Two Credits to Join Club 188 FRESHMEN Boys Alan Nix Rodney Green Larry Smith William Moon Melvin Miller Mike Gilbert Mike Trice Girls Geri Jarvis Susan Williams A 1 K nge a ay Cheryl Rampley Laurie Brandon Q xr, 7 SOPHOMORES: CRoW 11 Bobby Nichols, Steve Turknett, David Tomlinson, Gary Whitman, Steve Kimball, Lance Knight, John Buris, CROW 21 Donna Walker, Suzanne Satterwhite, Lana Hanson, Cynthia Denton, Carla Stacy, Carolyn Lesley, Marilyn Pack, Susan Chastain, Kathy Allen, Alva Mast, Debbie Waldie, CRoW 31 Becky Robinson, Patti Smith, Viki Hymer, Alice Porter, Vicki Jones, Judy Hughes, Ruemma Frizzell, Diane King, Jolynne Hopson, CRoW 41 Alice Darnell, Sharon Engler, Karleece Chumney, Isla Snyder, Mary Ramer, Debra Wolfe, Melody Hook, Kathy Hunter, Sherri Foster, Julia Sanford JUNIORS: CRoW 11 Patty Purvis, Martha Melton, Debbie Rhodes, Deana Koonsman, Connie Porter, CROW 21 Richard Nachtigall, Ker- C mit Northcutt, Travis Garrett S Larry Ogle, Karen Fitzgerald, CROW 31 David Riggins, Sherry Whitacre, Biff Henningsen X, . A SENIORS: CROW 11 Bruce 5 Buchanan, Randy Lay, Linda Daniels, Mike Cedars, Eddie i Garner, Sam Yeates, CRoW 21 David Fry, David Daniell, Neal Ulmer, Jerry Stem, CRoW 31 David Gray, Mike Cranford, Kay Littleton, John Pigott, Warren Russell 189 Steve explains his Systematic Analysis of an Unknown Com- pound to Mr. Williams and Mr. Meixner, Club members David Gray and Julia Sanford watch Cissy's Public Schools Visitation experiment. N1 Club Advisers Preview Steveas Project Early in the year anyone having already earned two credits in science and all students enrolled in this year's science classes receive an 'tintercomn invitation tojoin the SHS 1968-1969 Science Club. Club advisers, Mr. Dean Williams and Mr. Jack Meixner, and an estimated eighty interested students attend the first meeting to organize and elect officers. During the year a sopho- more member, Steve Turknett, repeatedly wins recog- nition for himself and SHS with his project, Systematic Analysis of an Unknown Compound, placing second in the Senior Chemistry Division at the Central Texas Science Fair in Killeen, first in both the Senior Chem- istry Division and the overall Senior Division at the Junior College Science Fair in Temple, and first in the Senior Chemistry Division at Baylor's Regional Science Fair in Waco. Special activities, highlights of the year, are Mr. Virgil Wade's illustrated lecture attended by forty members interested in his TSC Biology Field Trip to Mexico and a trip by thirty-five members on one of our own "Yellowhounds" to Fort Worthis International Science Fair. Science clubbers board the Fort Worth Convention Center-bound SHS Yellowhound to visit the International Science Fair and put just the To dissect or not to dissect . . . To see or to be seen . . . Which is the question? right finishing touch to the year's activities. 190 i bf. Q is i iw- was Ep 5: rm wweefa if Mr. and Miss OEA Jerry Stem and Jean Douglas Represent the Best of OEA 1 ,"' . A , , ,, Q r V,.twgw:,, I . 5"'M'5t' f ,, , ' if Q ':',. ' 1: , UJLA55? ' 2. . . a t ees' ii? fi f , .. .,... 43:1 , W Vi WZZH 'ina On a ballot listing Pre-Lab and VOE students, OEA members mark their choices for Mr. and Miss OEA of 1968-69. That two Seniors win the titles is unknown until the Employer-Apprecia- tion Banquet, March 27. Martha Adams presents Jerry and Jean silver identification bracelets engraved with their titles and the date of presentation. In farewell, the vocational clubs of SHS present Mrs, Henderson a gift certificate. r i SHS officers in OEA, President Jerry Stem, Johnnie Hender- son, Allison Bryan, Deniese Chandler, Frances Hill, Linda Dalby, Jean Douglas, Alta Keeney, Patty Purvis and Barbara Manley, look up to a brighter future. 191 . 1 Q Pre-Lab Offers Answers to Man 9 2 x as ln the typing tournament, liddie Brown and Jeff Bennett work for days to improve speed and accuracy. Turning her back on rough draft copies, Martha Adams introduces the OEA officers at the banquet. 192 m,,, M Barbara Manley inquires about the skills and responsibility needed by a good employee. -., yiis J i uestions , Ibadan- nm. i we 4 f -6 ' . , Ks Transcribing is just one of the skills Sandy Quarles, Laura Fanning and Patty Purvis have learned in Pre-Employment Laboratory. WNY? J : . 149' ' i 1. K , 1'--...T X- Airs... E . . sim K ,as 4? 1' 6,3 NW M . X 5. . While the girls work with the duplication equipment, Martha Adams, Pat Crow, Johnnie Henderson and Ronnie Walters practice office-style typing. 4 . ,, ,,ge g .,a ' i ' I e iiii .W qfzdvw-P' ,K kfyyy ing Bookkeeping is needed in any effecient office - just ask Norma Ferguson, Linda Dalby and Sheila Brock. 193 23 Learn Responsibilit In the Business World , In , kkrgeswmmk Jean places second in the Chapte' Activities Manual Contest at Marcl OEA Area Convention in Houston Hazel Reynolds Hazel lends a helping hand in the coke trailer STEPHENVILLE HOSPITAL for the football concession. Linda WIIIIS SHS LIBRARY Len Johnson at .IOHNSON'S STATION AND MARINE 194 1 W- ':ii" M I Jerry Stem STEPHENVILLE SAVINGS 84 LOAN I Jean Douglas ZANE CARTER INSURANCE Anita Blanks BROOKS REAL ESTATE Patsy Overman CITY OF STEPHENVILLE Alice Boren MRS. BOREN, TSC ENGLISH DEPARTMENT --g,-RN.-X ,ff ""-f f vzfj, " VV am, , , I Joyce Stone C. O. McMlLLAN'S OFFICE af at A wx, I :sm- . ,W .. ,,,, , ig, f A, 'iv J I If It IACA ,, ,,,. V, A ,t,, L1 195 Allison Bryan ALTARAS CLINIC OEA Grows to Val-O-Grams, 'Aff ,K , ummm' mmm Ann Couch ,,..- Diane Chambers CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Deniese Chandler Deniese says, "Thank you!" to all ERATH COUNTY ELECTRIC COOP VOE employers. 196 COUCH REALTY COMPANY NOT PICTURED Gary McCleskey MONTGOMERY WARD MID-TERM GRADUATES Jo Nell Cooke PAIR PHARMACY Hellon Luttrell STEPHENVILLE HOSPITAL Rita Nell Packwood JIM WALSWORTI-I'S TAX OFFICE Admit Pre-Lab Fun Project . . Frances Hill TRINITY REALTY Alta Keeney TOBY STONE REAL ESTATE Kathy Hancock SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE Melinda Holder DR. H. HAMPTON,S OFFICE fi , 1 ,fm 1, Af3.ar,-D,-1:11 mf Kyiv use P vi' Vw IMS UE-fi f.'S-'ilf1ff:.7'H:i.f f'V9"z' if? zuillyifii 'wmv I 1531 Z Debra Dixon WHITE'S PHILLIPS 66 AGENCY 197 3 L..., v...f . if ,wr wr f .. A A... X "4?UT1L' is 5 Joe Bob Fisher and David Golliday M ,- Terry Lowery CITY RECREATION HALL VICA . . . Twent -Two on the Job, Craig Hodge TARLETON STEAK HOUSE Bobby Joker JOKEL TRUCKING COMPANY 198 X LN Q . kri y V Steve Huey SPARKS CEM ENT FINISHING ff' ,f' .Z N Mike Bills MORRIS SHELL SERVICE STATION l' Shelton Burkhart ALLIED BODY AND FRAME SHOP Mr. Willie G. Stephens, Adviser Marvin Hale TARVER'S CONOCO STATION ' lr, ag-is .. is A ,Si ,K .S 5 - ew A Ed Eads BUDDIES SEVEN-ELEVEN STATION X. if 55' ,. A .kigf ,- .YB H137 I 'L ' E231 f' , I O -' "nh Paul Baxter BURNS TIRE COMPANY VICA Contests Area II Chefs Contest Craig Hodge, first David McCann, fourth Welding Contest Delbert Wise, third Garland Knipstein CITY RECREATION HALL David McCann Billy Thomas INTERSTATE INN RESTAURANT WOLFE NURSERY Billy Robinson Richard McCIeskey ALLIED BODY AND FRAME SHOP CENTRAL FREIGHT COMPANY 200 Kevan Meehan ARNOLD HALE CONTRACTOR Dennis Smith TARLETON M AINTENANCE DEPARTMENT Delbert Wise and Hank Watson JOE FAMBRO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY I ku , I Wesley Clark X' PERKINS GROCERY is .Q X ji X Kenny Yeager CITY RECREATION HALL 201 VICA Gfficers President Shelton Burkhart Secretary Hunk Watson Vice-President Wesley Clark Sgt.-at-Arms David Golliday Reporter Kevan Meehan Parliarnentarian Billy Thomas Treasurer Mike Bills VICA Sweetheart Alta Keeney 203 3 my H f f f , 1 w I I 'S '-L 5 .. ' yg mfQas' M'SE'2yffew1.sy- 'p ,, fmz,:,'f. 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' 1541 "ff9'f'.L..v' 4 ,eifyiff tg., ?i3f2wi..:i1 ar ACTIVE Ch Suzan Smith Karen Fitzgerald Kerry Goodman Debby Martin Connie Porter Debbie Rhoades Ellen Skipper Nita Stephens Pat Swain Jo Ann Terry Sherry Whitacre Susan Chastain Ann Cox Cynthia Denton Debby Ewers Sherri Foster Doris Graham Glynda Gordon Melody Hook Kathy Hunter Terry Kay Maikell Marilyn Pack Wanda Rutherford Beverly Ryan Julia Sanford Suzanne Satterwhite Sharon Smith Isla Snyder Carla Stacy Deborah Stracener Beth Watts Lana Wise Debra Wolfe Kay Wood Nancy Clark Lynn Foster Jan Gaines Pam Johnston Kathy Kelly Lynn Lumsden Jeanmarie Nichols Cheryl Rampley Dee Ann Runyon Susan Scott Janet Sharp Sandra Smith Carolyn Voss Ginger Whitacre Susan Williams ristine Montgomery Stephenville Girl Scouts Senior Advisers: Mildred Houston, Willie Stephens M V, ,, N, ,, ,vw jj? ff if J M fum? fa 0 ,A --ur ,f v ef' 1 ' ' if 'ar f' gf . f 3, ' --wr 4 rf aw A G0 -.at ., W., efsf 4f"T9' ww' K ' 'von-up Host Heart of Texas Senior Conf erenoe Mary Goodman, Betty Whitacre, La Nelle Wolfe, Liz Smith, Jo Scott, Dalpha Sharp ,x K! 's r A , 76 'HV 213 Stephenville Rotary Club Explorer Post 50 Mike Cedars David Daniell Eddie Garner John Pigott Mike Riggs Dean Robinson Warren Russell Brad Allen Travis Garrett Dale Hancock Rickey Harding Biff Henningsen David Riggins Charles Williams Mr. Charles H. Williams Adviser awww VP and SBP-elect say "Thank you" to SHS supporters. A we W ha. 'F .g-nn- X! fl ix IDI! 99" --s4..,,,q Mx, we X Pat Black Terry Burgess Charles Lohrmann Lewis Pack Steve Turknett QQN . w POST 50 OFFICERS President Mike Riggs Vice-President Biff Henningsen Secretary Warren Russell Reporter Charles Williams Representative Dean Robinson Representative Travis Garrett Explorer officers get together for a Coke break. me 217' A' f' wtf ,r .. Q.-J .L q--f-1 rf 'K' -wa""'fpn- 6-A ..-5 215 This efficient STEPHENVILLE HOSPITAL nurse calls Kerry Goodman's attention to the many maga- zines available to help pass the time While waiting to see the doctor. Kerry isn't really ailing, but she believes "an ounce of prevention is Worth apound of cure." 216 ?9' VZ ' 11 N .f , F M 5 VVLLL Av::: vzfz Ly: J ..,,rk ,fi M ,sa yvyyv 215, Q ,, t a ,. a yl l Q E ili ".. ,. S 'ff The friendly ladies at STEPHENVILLE OFFICE SUPPLY 8L EQUIPMENT COMPANY, 119 S. Graham, serve you well with the best variety in office supplies, gifts, and arts and crafts supplies. The nice-looking young man? I-le's one who dresses in clothing bought at HUGON,S CLOTHIERS, 148 W. Col- lege. David Huffman always looks his best because he shops at HUGON'S - Where the "inn apparel ranges from turtlenecks to bathing suits. l Don King, Randy Harding and Bing King test WESTERN AUTO'S fishing equipment to really get in the "swing', of things for the summer months. WESTERN AUTO is located at 107 S. Graham. M. W., ,v , As Steve Walker looks over the excellent repair job done on his car, he realizes why ALLIED BODY 84 FRAME, 813 East Washington, is known for its dependable service. Ross Wolfe, addressing the spirited student body at one of the pep rallies, assures them that the Jackets will do their best to win, just as WOLFE NURSERY, your complete garden center on the Dublin Road, does its best to please. 217 K YSIQ alue. You just can't beat service like this at BELCHER,S GULF STATION, 265 E. Washington. Dennis Watson, John Belcher, Mr. John Dewey Belcher and Joe Belcher eagerly serve Mrs. Belcher, Donna Stone and Faye Rainey. BELCHER'S is open day and night and also gives S Sc H Green Stamps. 5 A .,,.,. ..r r,., s t g Nm....., l l l l l asa WHS N 4 Q l l ,milf . . ,J 'Ti Coming out with a big smile, Melanye Brown beams about Happiness is looking Under 21 1969 Mustang from the bargain she got on tires at BURNS TIRE COMPANY, HERRIN MOTOR CO., 536 E. Washington. The 1380 N. Graham. Safe driving depends on quality tires and big SWiICl1 is OH tO Fords - at HERRIN, youill BURNS has the best, find all kinds of Fords and Mercurys. 218 .Me..,,, -MM me .. -N Debbie Ballow leaves BALLOW INSURANCE AGENCY, 216 E. College, knowing why people buy insurance protection here. BALLOW's will take care of you - for insurance or real estate needs. "Now which one is the most comfortable?" says Dianne Smith as she tries one of the fine sofas at FURNITURE MART, 1060 E. Washington, where quality furniture is at fair prices. lt certainly is rewarding when you have a garden! Alice Porter sets out new plants at PORTER and SON SEEDSMEN, 241 N. Belk- nap. See PORTER's for a beautiful garden. Kay Wood, John Hefton, Julia Sanford and David Gray are set for a night at MAJESTIC THEATRE, 178 N. Belknap. See a movie at either of the JACK ARTHUR THEATRES, MAJESTIC or STAR-LITE. 219 Laurie and Cathy Brandon point out some of the excellent service and feed at BRANDON FEED COMPANY, 515 e Lingleville Highway. At BRANDON's you can get Swift feeds, fertilizer, dairy supplies and seeds. awww XRSNQQK' V 2' 5 XJ? rv W ire Aw j 4 v 1 ,EE gf D Wa ' i- if Hs' 4 if eff i g f t wwe j ff J, f 1 ' 'L f a. Y f rw wgwvi 4 W 1' two-S ,i , f , fa 2 1? 4 ,Q me f A Q Z, Y A When Alta Keeney gets off work, she knows where she can get "extra-goodn service, like David Lovelace gives, to have a coke and hamburger at HOMER'S DRIVE IN, 966 W. Washington - where ALL the food is deli- cious. Larry Cashon's ear-to-ear grin is enough evi- dence to assure you the tape players and albums sold at CASHON'S are the best in town. For all your stereo tapes and records shop CASHON'S, 815 E. Washington. 59835: Anthony Sims, Jr. Savage, Mike Cranford and Bruce I -1h-' Buchanan enjoy some of lifels little pleasures from DAIRY QUEEN. The DAIRY QUEEN DRIVE IN, 619 5 E. Washington, also features sandwiches, chicken, shrimp, fish, shakes and the famous cone with the curl on top. SKS I 'i' ev' Debra Parnell seems startled at the low prices at GiBSON'S DISCOUNT CENTER, 1491 S. Loop - you buy the best for less. "lf we ain't got it, we'll git itil, says David Watkins to one of the many satisfied customers at TRINITY REAL ESTATE, 115 N. Columbia. Y 221 X nag ,,' 5 'Pez le ' ,X k w w w , ar t ' " ,: Do you tune in the best programs? Need a new radio? Why not go to MITCHELUS DEPARTMENT STORE, located in the Stephenville Plaza Shopping Center, where you will surely find one you'll like! Larry Driver shows Debbie Gibson and Cheryl Ranipley one of MlTCHELL'S best radios. 222 Q E l Shoes and more shoes e Nellwyn Garner finds all types at CARDER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE, 140 S. Belk- nap. Get the best and widest selection of shoes at CARDER'S. 2 3 Are you looking for a better deal? Danny Brown jumps high to show the best deals are at MONTGOMERY WARD and Co. CATALOG STORE. Hustle down to WARD's to get what you're looking for. Ann Couch busily types for COUCH REALTY COM- PANY, 531 South Graham. lf you want business "done the right way," go to COUCH's. pu.--my fx' . dl Q .lk :Wim . if rf li The CITY PARK and RECREATION HALL is enjoyed by all. Rusty Chandler, Pat Swain, Suzi Robertson and Dale Wood try the new horses to have some fun. David Lovelace signs the life insurance policy at STATE FARM INSURANCE. The famous careful- driver car insurance, which is known for value, is at STATE FARM, 425 W. Washington. As Mike Riggs, one of the courteous sack boys at PIGGLY WIGGLY, returns from another trip to a satisfied customer's car, he knows that PIGGLY WIGGLY has the friendliest service in town. 223 Gary Barron has no trouble cashing a check at FARMERS-FIRST NATIONAL BANK. He and "RH - 3 ,:.::g:Ss?R '1 ' .. .. 5 ' - . .1 - wi Rigas rv " . - ,... :silt 1 -Q, ,,., . as -i Q 224 his SHS friends, James Boucher, Sam Yeates, Melinda Holder, and Kirk Kitchens, all agree that FARMERS-FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 115 N. Graham, is the place to go for reliable banking service of all kinds - personal, automobile, home, livestock or commercial loans. X ifarmers First JNATWW-r A- r t I Egfr , iQ t K sswiifwrgitld is 3 V 1- , iz' i . E e . A qrxl N . L 'Nh 1 Susan Scott Watches intently as Mr. Roger Gideon and employees show her the steps in lit printing invitations. STEPHENVILLE PRINT- ' ri ING COMPANY, 188 North Graham, will be 737+ happy to fulfill all your printing requirements. 'EY an 5 E !.J' all I, ai H' Y. x"'?lX 225 For American standard air conditioning and heating, refrigeration service and appliance service have CREWS REPAIR SERVICE fix you up. Your busi- ness will be respected at CREWS, 504 E. Clifton. 226 Lana Wise pulls a real Hframe-up" at STEPHENVILLE ARTS 84 CRAFTS, 1280 W. Washington 4 Where art and craft supplies are at your convenience. Mr. Lewallen practices his "sales talk," telling Beverly Ryan that these boots are made for walking. For every- thing western, go to G. K. LEWALLEN WESTERN STORE, 165 E. Washington. ' r Wishing to be very Well-informed, Suzan Smith and Mike Cedars obtain their news from the STEPHENVILLE DAILY EMPIRE and EMPIRE- TRIBUNE, 110 S. Columbia. Alta Keeney says, "lf youlre looking for real estate values, go to TOBY STONE REAL ESTATE, 157 S. Grahamf, I . M' M... . -F ' "M " r -V it ig , ,mm L' K, . -74 Mwi: f X 1 Q I Xe Warren Russell and Judy Riggs are fully convinced that RIGGS Doug Buris eyes the television of his choice at MACHINE SL WELDING SHOP, 307 East Road, is the place to GIFFORD RADIO and TV, 220 W. College. GIF- go for a goodjob on all welding needs. FORD'S also has repair service for all appliances. 227 MUSIC MART, Stephenville's music center, has EVERYTHING musical from sheet music to tape players, like the one Mrs. McDonald and Sam show Kay Littleton and Bob Scott. Located at 425-A West Washington, MUSIC MART,S com- plete instrument repair and service make it the number one place to buy your musical supplies. xi S .... S, , S . M , -1 V , Gab , f ,,.. I f ,',, V 4 "'r' ummm ' Q 3 i -5 ,z 2 I 3 Q 1, ,Z X STEPHENVILLE SAVINGS 8a LOAN's OEA employee, Jerry Stem, proudly displays the Mr. OEA identification bracelet pre- sented hini by vote of classmates at the Employer-Appreciation Ban- quet. Jean Douglas receives a like honor, Miss OEA, from classmate Martha Adams. Jerry and Jean in- vite their friends also to save for a rainy day at STEPHENVILLE SAVINGS gl, LOAN ASSOCIA- TION, 422 W. Washington. , N ,,,, N n,,,f, ,ylwygwsrhih,V. ,, . as -,mt ,',-f f rata 229 Remodeling your "barn"'? COOK BROS. LUMBER COMPANY has a complete line of building materials. Located on the South Loop, COOK's also has all brands of paints. Sandra Smith's dreaming of the day when she'll choose her patterns of quality china, crystal, and silver from TRAVIS McMAHAN JEWELRY STORE, 150 S. Belk- nap f if you don't know diamonds, know your jeweler. 230 Miss Williams and Mr. Roach silently watch FTA skaters enjoy themselves at JAKE 8L DOROTHY'S ROLLER RINK, 644 East Road. For all your parties go skating - afterwards, eat some home-cooked food at JAKE 8L DOROTHY'S CAFE, 406 E. Washington. While Gary McCleskey waits for the rest of the gang, Paula Raborn decides she,ll quench her thirst with an ice-cold coca-cola. The TEXAS COCA-COLA BOT- TLING COMPANY, 1492 W. Washington, makes things go better with cokes. .kfglg 119' u'Q'CT'.?, " 5 4 .Y . ..., ,M v- 5, .. 3 f 'Sw K ik ff..-Qfcggs R' 4' . i 'MP A 'TF eff my, V 'JX-Hub Linda and Jimmy Chew know that JONES CHEVROLET, 185 N. Graham, is your one-stop center for new Chevrolets, used ears, parts and authorized service. See your Chevrolet dealer! E-mm? 4 W, 4 'TN-nut S Don't you just abhor watching your favorite pro- grams in black and white when they are on in color? Linda Atkins and Jan Gaines shop for a color televi- sion at PLAZA COLOR TV. Wouldn't it be nice to have all these shoes so near at hand? Lynn Lumsden goes to LUM,S FACTORY OUTLET SHOE STORE for all the latest styles in footwear. 231 ,gp-sulif' Carla Stacy, Beth Watts, Penny Bryan and Paula Ra- born are "stepping" in high fashions with coats from WATTS LADIES STORE, 145 S. Graham. 232 uleley, kids, remember, you have a big responsibilty when you drive, so BE CAREFUL f but just in case, you had better get some insurance A from ZANE CARTER INSURANCE AGENCY, 155 N. Graham. Wayne Baker is going to be hungry after he finishes his for Douglas Pair is proud of his new pharmacy located in the Stephenville Hospital. At PAlR'S PHARMACY, 411 N. Belknap, they fill all doctor's prescriptions. actg he'll go to DAIRY DINER, 210 South Loop, some great-tasting food. mmf.: -- 1 1 , Q 2 M . X Melinda Holder trightj joins Benita and Renee Blanks at "the entertainment center" to enjoy some lively music while they wait for delicious pizza at THE PIZZA PLACE, 1571 West Washington. Just look at the bouquet of red roses f you can be sure you'll get the finest tlowers and fastest service at NICHOL'S FLORAL COMPANY, 270 North Belknap. Rickey Harding gives Joan Miller her sweetheart roses. Dennis Curtis and Pat Black admire the high quality merchandise found at CHRISTIAN BROTHERS MEN'S STORE located in the Plaza Shopping Center. Go to CHRISTIAN'S for good looks in menis clothes. 233 Donna Means and Cissy Mc- Mahan compare engagement rings to see who has the best diamond e of course, they're just looking now, but when they really choose rings they'll visit SWINDLE JEWELRY, 198 N. Belknap. I its isa XS gk ,ff 234 Elegant living, dining, and bedroom furniture is avail- able at HICKEY FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES, 183 W. Washingtong Debra Parnell dreams of the beautiful styles to go in her special house. Need any kind of auto parts or accessories? Just go to MARTIN BROS. WHOLESALE AUTO PARTS, 265 E. Washington, where you find the most complete line of auto parts and supplies. W ' "4 H Q Q .4 1,491 , gm S, iff HWWM 537 Q M . - - , h-- 1- 1 ' W Qianw 2 A 2 kj , 2 Q f' Q ff . ' 'fad ' K r " ' "" 5 A "w x fi . As Carolyn Voss picks up fresh fryers by the dozens for that reunion picnic, she knows she'll get both quality and quantity at HOLLINGSWORTH POUL- TRY FARM on the Old Hico Road. sa Dean Robinson knows the best place to buy after-shave lotion, cards, gifts, cosmetics and drugs is at SLAUGH- TER DRUG STORE, 201 W. Washington. Doris Graham takes her ailing car to JAKE BROCK'S REPAIR SHOP, 1720 N. Graham, where Dwain Brock gives her prompt and courteous service. Your clothes look brand new when you take them to STEPHENVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS, 239 N. Columbia f Kathy Cranford smiles approval of their professional clothing care. 235 lt's always good to have a little extra money on hand, especially for summer. Mike Trice, Eddie Bramlett and Royce Lee believe this as they deposit in the STEPHENVILLE STATE BANK and TRUST COM- PANY, 298 W. Washington, Where banking is made convenient by the drive-in TV. 236 . Q, . -. M -ti., tw M . - WHITE 8L WEEMS ENCO STATION, 309 W. Washington, will Hput a tiger in your tankv with Enco Extra. At WHITE 8a WEEMS, you get road service, pick-up and delivery. Barbie Honsaker and Brenda Simmons make a fresh cup of coffee for Duane Sparkman at SERVICE DRUG STORE, 200 W. Washington. You can eat and buy all sorts of things at SERVICE. -'Q ,mm 'fasrmrgggig' " ' ' f 2. . Q M' We .jg WET trffwf 4... . 6'Wou1dn't YOU really rather have a Buick?',, asks Ray Andrews as he gets into a new, luxurious Riviera at ANDERSON'S MOTOR CO., 810 East Road. For all your Buick sales and service depend on ANDERSON 'S. You get more out of your television when you have a wider choice of channels. Jr. Ratliff, Laurie Brandon, David Boswell, Sandra Jenkins and Nancy Clark are seen in front of TELCOA INC., 115 N. Columbia where cable service is sufficient. Diane King, lsla Snyder and Jolynne Hopson are getting ready to settle down with some magazines from BREDE'S DRIVE-lN MARKET, 1590 W. Frey. Stop at BREDE'S for easy, convenient shopping. 1'- sz W MQ 1 av " ya, " , , Q 4 - 54 1 ' Z V I. .fl1ff,f5l' , r ?f,4H'1i, 1, Ig 75? 4. ,Q 1' 1 MW ' . ,- M - 1 Q I, af JIMMY'S SPORTING GOODS, 625 Lingleville Highway, has guns, ammo, fishing supplies, outboard motors, camp- ing equipment, artificial bait - everything can be found at JIMMY'S, nthe sportman's headquarters." 237 23 The Foster sisters, Sherri and Lynn regularly visit TOWN SHOPPE, 171 West Washington, where Linda Dalby shows them the latest in Mod fashions for girls of the "ln Crowd". Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Barham invite young ladies from SHS and their friends al- ways to shop TOWN SHOPPE first. 8 l 5 N. STYLE SHAPER's display of Beauty Aids seems to have captured Janet Jack- son's attention. Or maybe Janet just wants an appointment before that spe- cial date. Call 965-7577 or drop by STYLE SHAPER BEAUTY SALON, 580 N. Race. , V kf,,,- ,,.,, if 15 . l i Q 5, SX Ellen Skipper lends a helping hand at SKIPPER REAL ESTATE, 318 E. Col- lege. Call 965-5212 if you have some- thing to buy, sell or trade. Ellen may not answer, but you can depend on friendly sewice. Nw, .E at W ia - v as . wt Q.. 7' 'N 2425,-u-,eff A sm ii- 1 I M' 1 Q 'TJMWS 1, Z 5? an -ff., ' ,gt . W' 7 L 7 ' ' l ' it , , ,,,, V 1 g l., 4 saiss 7 . A rfti 'T?ff'.ll.i?:.. ,. ,,,.,, 2 1, 31 , 7 . iv 'WV-It 515' Now that Kay Littleton has the '69 Jacket 'Lput to bedv and she has time for a little lazing in the sun, she rushes to CAWYER DRUG COMPANY to get a bottle of her favorite suntan lotion. CAWYER,s, in the Stephenville Plaza Shopping Center, offer a Wide variety of everything. 239 Janet Sharp and Cheryl Rampley seem to be waiting at Joeis SCI truck to take your order on the 2-Way Radio and make Immediate Delivery, Well, maybe not Janet and Cheryl, but Joe or some other SCI READY MIX CONCRETE employee at 1000 Airport Road, is ready to dojust that. Mike Gilbert and Donald Denman prove that Viking carpets from DENMAN TILE 84 CARPET COM- PANY can't be stained. DEN- MAN's, 199 E. Washington, also has Mohawk carpet, Armstrong tile and all carpet and floor care products. 240 Dent Bllls got his new Dodge Dart Swinger at PARKER MOTORS, INC., 198 Morgan Mill Road, where "Dodge feveri, lurks. Dave Parker seems to have caught it. Go to PARKER,S so you can run with the I'Dodge Scat Pack? This Page Dedicated To Mr. Jim Harwell 2111 d The Award-Winning Yellow Jacket Stage Band if A ,.':.:L.-L g, A -" . I I 1 .H 'fig r ll V... ., . N A J .slr-.,'a:f . 1..-,, Jeanette Alsup Mike Cedars Joan Miller Anthony Patterson Jim Perry Tim Thompson Brad Allen Wayne Baker Cathy Brandon David Hancock Rickey Harding Duncan McMahan David Riggins Ellen Skipper Ann Taylor Ronnie Walters Ray Andrews Roy Bills James Boucher Terry Burgess Randy Harding Carol Harwell Don King David Tomlinson Steve Turknett Gary Whitman Rodney Green David Tate I, . wr uYou Are Champions All Brad Thompson Insurance Agency z,:f-Q3 ' -egg. K? Qmmf -' .ff-.algae l l A 31? i l 1 ,Q I 6 fix ' Il with? lllsis if ,HI l xl 5 s S t, Q 3 ELCOME COMMERCIAL C L R T FINESFOO For relaxation, recreation and good food, Nolan Lewallen, Debra and Dana Wolfe stop off at the HOLIDAY MOTEL located on the Dublin Highway. Say, the HOLIDAY pool is a great place to get in the swim of things, too. 242 Dee Ann Runyon suggests that Jr. Ratliff try this PENNEY's jacket on for size. Size is really no problem if you go to J. C. PENNEY CO., 130 N. Belknap, where things come in all sizes. M41 Debra Dixon calls at BRAEUER INSURANCE AGENCY, 181 S. Graham, seeking explicit information on driving insurance rates. BRAEUER INS. employee, Sandra Morton, carefully explains even the line print. Need vacation clothes? Connie Porter, on her lunch hour, meets Sherry Whitacre at COX,S to do a little shopping. As Connie peeps at the price tage, this pants suit seems to suit her fancy and her purse. Standing with his father in front of BROOKS REAL ESTATE, located at 198 E. Washington, is SHS Soph, Tommy. Mr. Brooks will help you buy, sell or trade real estate of all kinds. "Charge, get goin' again with delicious DR. PEPPER!" Thatls how Jo Nell Cooke gets her energy - the DR. PEPPER difference really comes on strong at 10, 2 and 4. The DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY, Dublin, Texas, keeps your 'avorite shopping place Well supplied. gr X 15 r ZX! 'FZ 2-ii ar... .. .. its .1423 243 STEPHENS, WILLIE G. 46, 86, 202 44 Administrators and Facult HELM, J. C. 10, 12, 31, 197 M.S., North Texas State University, Superintendent of Schools, 15 years tenure GILBERT, GEORGE BEN 20, 22, 23, 31, 35, 160 M.E., Texas A8tM, Principal, 14 years tenure KITCHENS, CHARLES 34. 44 M.E., North Texas State University, Counselor, 10 years tenure WILLIAMS, DEAN 8, 9, 34, 39, 190 M.E., Texas AXLM, Vice-Principal, 4 years tenure ALDRIDGE, LARRY 44,45,118,121,l35,l36,139 B.A., Tarleton State College, 1 year tenure BARRY, DON 44-45,118-119,121, 132,149 B.S., Howard Payne College, IV1 years tenure CHASTAIN, BETTYE 10, 42, 160 M.E., Howard Payne College, 1 year tenure CRABTREE, FRED 18, 39, 186 M.E., Texas Christian University, 22 years tenure DAVIS, ROSELLEN 47, 171, 172 B.S., Texas Woman's University, 14 years tenure DEAVENPORT, MYRTLE 37, 158, 160 M.B.A., West Texas State College, 15 years tenure FAIN, PATRICIA 38 M.A., University of Texas, 2 years tenure FERGUSON, CLEO 37,162,163 M.L.S., Texas Woman's University, 20 years tenure FULCHER, TINA MAE 32, 37 M.E., Texas Tech, 9 years tenure GOLDEN, LORRAINE 3, 40 B.A., North Texas State University, 15 years tenure GREENWAY, FAYE 47, 86, 168-169,172 B.S., Texas Woman's University, 6 years tenure HAILEY,BILL13,47,153, 155,160,176 M.E., Texas AKLM, 11 years tenure HARWELL, JAMES 43,108, 114-115,117 B.M., Baylor University, 8 years tenure HEFTON, JOHN 46, 209 M.E., Sul Ross College, 5 years tenure HENDERSON, EVELYN 46, 191 M.S., East Texas State University, 2 years tenure OFFICE PERSONNEL Colwick, Avis 30 Secretary to Superintendent Crane, Mae 30 Secretary to Superintendent McLemore, Rush 30 , Tax Assessor Crow, Lillian 30 Secretary to Tax Assessor Roberson, Peggy 36 Secretary to Principal BOARD MEMBERS Ammons, R. C. 28-29 Brandon, M. C. Jr. 28-29, 160 Martin, R. E. Jr. 29 Nix, Doyle 28 Pendleton, Vern 28 Schrimsher, Jerry 29 Thompson, Brad 28-29 Whitacre, Dr. Jim 29 TEACHER AIDES Harwell, Rosie 10, 115, 117 Helm, Janis 36 Kirklen, Velma 32, 37, 163 LUNCHROOM Cork, Ernest 32 Index and Directory HENDERSON, JOHNNIE 44, 118,120, I51 M.S.. East Texas State University, 2 years tenure HERNANDEZ, GUS 10, 44, 118, 120, 151 M.S., North Texas State University, 2 years tenure HORTON, JO 45,133 M.E., Howard Payne College, 1 year tenure ISBELL, PHOEBE 10,40 M.A., North Texas State University, 26 years tenure JACKSON, EMMA KATE 10, 41, 153 M.E., North Texas State University, 13 years tenure LAIRD, LILLIE RUTH 10, 41, 182 B.A., North Texas State University: 12 years tenure LEATHERWOOD, ANNIE LYNN 23, 42-43, 86 B.A., Mary Hardin Baylor, 13 years tenure MEIXNER, JACK 39,190 B.A. McMurray College, 2 years tenure MORTON, MICHAEL 43, 75, 164-165 B.S., Tarleton State College, 2 years tenure NORWOOD, RICHARD 10, 45, 118, 121 B.A., University of Texas at Arlington, 2 years tenure OGLESBY, ANN 20, 37, 41, 73,160 B.S., Texas Wesleyan College, 2 years tenure PILCHER, J. D. 8-10, 39 B.A., Howard Payne College, 13 years tenure SHANNON, ELSIE JUNE 12, 20, 41, 73 M.S., Abilene Christian College, 10 years tenure SHIPP, EILEEN 40 M.E., Texas Christian University: 12 years tenure STEPHENS, REX 22-23, 46-47,86,89, 176-177 M.E., Texas AKLM, 11 years tenure B.S., Howard Payne College, 6 years tenure TAYLOR, SAM 35, 44, 118,120,141-0,145 B.S., North Texas State University, 11 years tenure WILLIAMS, GWEN 35, 42, 184, 230 M.S., North Texas State University, 20 years tenure WOOD, BONNIE 38 B.S., Abilene Christian College, 1 year tenure Gilliland, Margaret 32 Thomas, Lois 32 Williams, Nancy 32 Luttrell, Andrew M. Martin, Elbert Meixner, Jack Mims, David 33 Pipes, Wayne 33 Reynolds, Robert II Woolley, Ronald C. 33 Haggard, Robert 33 Maintenance of Buses CUSTODIANS Evatt, Jimmy 31, 33 Logan, G. W. 33 Logan, Maxie 33 BUS DRIVERS Butler, Austin F. Frizzell, Billy Jack Gilliland, Jackie Keilberg, Edwin S. Kelley, Kathy 51. ss, 133, 168,213 Freshman Index Adams, Debbie 49, 53, 55, 133, 168, 170 Alexander, Gary Anderson, Kathy 14, 49, 55, 162, 168 Arwine, Elizabeth Atkins, Linda 109, 112, 231 Baker, John 14, 49, 55, 108-109, 112, 114, 153 Belcher, Joe 49, 55, 150-151, 218 Bible, Lawrence Blanks, Renee 14, 49, 55, 168, 170 Boswell, Margaret 7, 14, 49, 51, 55,133,169 Brandon, Laurie 16, 49, 51, 53, 55,109,113-115,153, 160, 168, 171, 220, 232, 237 Britt. Vicki 49, 55, 169 Burks, Debbie 49, 55, 164, 168 Cagle, Teresa Cameron, Donna 49, 55 Carpenter, Becky 49, 55 Carpenter, Dale 14, 48-49, 55-56, 119, 153, 155, 179, 232 Carpenter, Taressa 49, 55, 169 Cason, Dana 49, 55 Chapman, Paul'49, 53, 55, 119, 132 Chew, Billy-49 Clark, Nancy 16, 49, 55, 169-170, 184-185, 213, 237 Clayton, Dusty 49, 55, 119 Cranford, Kathy 2-3. 7, 14, 49, 51, 55, 168, 235 Crews, Gary 55, 226 Cunningham, Dennis Dalby, Nancy 48, 50, 53, 168,232 Davidson, Jeannie 55, 164-165, 169 Decker, Wayne Denman, Donald 50, 53,55. 119,240 Derrick, Linda 41, 50,55 Dunn, Steve 50, 55 . ' England, Johnny Fisher, Beverly 50, 55 Foster, Lynn 7, SO, 55, 133, 213, 238 Futch, Mack 48, 50, 55, 119,179 Gaines, Jan 50, 55, 133. 153, 169, 213, 231 Gaither, Carolyn 50, 53, 55, 169 Ganske, Elaine 50, 168 Garrett, Helen 50, 168 Garrett, Tommy Gibson, Debbie 50, 53, 168, 222 Gifford, Kenneth 50, 55, 119, 132 Gilbert, Gooch, Mike 50,5S, 119,132, 150,240 Jo Ann 50,55.164,166,168 Gray, Robert 49-50, 53, 55,119, 132,148 Green, Leonard 50, 164 Green, Rodney S0,55.l09.112,116,186-187 Green, Tresia 50 Gregory, Wilson Griffin, Jane 50 Hadderton, Jonell 50 Haddick, Janet Hale, Debbie 50,169,171 Hale, Jimmy 7, 49-50, 53, 55, 119, 148, 179 Hale, Joe 50,55,119 Hancock, Johnny 50, 178-179 Harris, Elaine Harris, Lloyd Harrison, Mary 50,55,109.113,162,169 Helms, Ted 50 Hodge, Stephen 50 Kennedy, Bobby 51, 119 King, Bing 51.55,109, 113,217 Kitchens, Kirk 48, 51, 53,56, 119, 132, 150,224 Knapp, Clay 51,148,176,178-179 Lane, Greg 51,113 Laney, Wylie 41, 51 Lawson. Jerry 51 Little, Vicki 51. 168 Littleton, Karen 51 Lowery, James 51 Lucas, Don Lumsden, Lynn 48, 51, 169, 184-185, 213, 231 Luna, Rueben 119 Mann, Vickie 51, 109, 112,115,168 Martin, Neil McCann, Wayne McCarty, James McCarty, Nicky McCleery, Kim 51, 176 McCoy, Ray 51 McMillin, Patricia 51 McNeill, DeVonna 7, 52, 109, 133, 232 Melton, James Meyer, Jennifer Miller, Melvin 52.113, 115 Montgomery, Christine 52-53,133,168,184-185, 212 Moon,William 52, 132, 190 Moser, Mike 52,119, 132 Neal, Glenn Nease, John Nichols, Jeanmarie 52, 169,182,212 Nix, Alan 52,119, 148,190 Olliff, Terry 12, 52, 148,164 Pack, Eddy 52 Pack, Garland 52, 113 Pack, Steve 52, 176 Packwood, Freddie 52, 176 Parker, Dave 240 Patterson, Russell 49, 52 Patterson, Scott 7, 48, 51-52, 119, 132, 148-149 Patton, James 113 Perry, Debby 51-52, 109, 113, 168, 185 Phillips, Burton 52, 119 Pingleton, Roy Rainey, Faye 218 Rampley, Cheryl 52, 57, 169, 212, 222, 240 Rankin, Larry Ratliff, Clayton Jr, 52, 237, 242 Ray, Robert 52, 109, 176 Rhodes, Connie 52 Rhodes, Dusty 52-53, 119,182 Riggs, Debbie 52, 168 Roach, Kerry 8-9, 52, 133, 146-147, 190 Rogers, Marsha 52, 164-167 Runyon, Dee Ann 7, 51-52, 163, 169, 180, 187, 212,242 Russell, Bruce 52 Sanchez, Margarita 53 Sanders, Emilee 53, 169 Satterwhite, Ken 53 Savage, Junior 49, 53, 119, 150, 221 Saxon, Rickey 53 Schmidt, Sarah 53 Schrimsher, William 53 Hooks, Randy 50, 55, 176 Scott, Susan 53, 168, 170, 182, 213, 225 Hoover, James 50, 55, 150 Hope, Brenda Howard, Doris 50, 55, 133 Huckabee, Jerry 50, 55, 119 Hurt, Fredia 50, 164 Jackson, Janet 50, 239 Jackson, Sam 55 Jaquess, Randy 50, 119 Jarvis, Geri 7, 51, 112, 115, 186-187 Jenkins, Sandra 16, 51,55,109,112,115,169, 237 Johnston, Pamela 51, 55, 133,168,213 Kay. Angela 51,55,109,112,168,186 Sexton, Mike 53,119,132, 148 Sharp, Brenda 53, 133, 164 Sharp, Danny 53, 119,148 Sharp, Janet 45, 52-53, 170, 213, 240 Shelton, Gary 54, 119 Sims, Anthony 54, 119,132,221 Sission, Richard 54 Smith, Anita 54 Smith, Larry 7, 51, 54, 91, 119, 181-182, 190 Smith, Linda 54 Smith, Nancy 54, 168 Smith , Sandra 2, 7, 51, 54, 168, 187, 213, 230, 232 245 46 Stamford, Danny Stephens, Alemeda 54, 133 Stephens, Darrell 54, 119, 148 Stephens, Mary 54-55, 169 Stephens, Poky Stone, Donna 218 Stone, Rickey 54, 109,112,176, 178-179 Stone, Terry 54,119,148, 153 Summers, Frank 54, 164 Tarrance, Sherry 54, 168, 170 Tate, David 49, 54, 109, 113, 116 Tate, William Trice, Mike 54, 150, 236 Trogdon, Steve 20, 54, 109, 113-114, 164 Voss, Carolyn 54, 162, 168, 213, 235 Watson, Dennis 54,218 Webb, Craig 54 Weems, Richard 54 Wesson, Diane 54, 169 Whitacre, Ginger 45, 54, 57,133,153,168,170-171, 213 Whiteley, Victor 54 Whitenton, Teresa Whitfield, Carolyn 54, 168 Wiese, Billy 55 Williams, Susan 16, 48, 51, 55, 109, 113-114, 168, 187, 213 Willis, John 55 Willman, Dean 55,109, 113,164,166-167 Winkler, Eddie 55 Wise, Leonard 53, 55, 119,179 Witt, Terry 55 Wright, Shirley 55 Sophomore Index Alexander, Lea 59, 169 Allen, Kathy 59, 189 Anderson, Darline 59, 161-163 Andrews, Ray 13,16,43,59,109,113,116,154-155,180, 186-187, 237 Andrews, Susan 59, 155 Barron, Brad 59,118,148 Baumgardner, Cyd 43, 67, 155 Baxter, La Vera 10, 59, 155 Bearden, Eddie 38, 59,132,177-179, 184-185 Becker, Ronald 44, 59, 118, 155 Benton, Joe 59,155,179 Bills, Roy 67, 109,113,116-117,187 Black, Pat 58-59, 118, 155, 214 Bolling, Rosanna 59, 109,112,115,146,l64,169 Boren, Mike 8-9, 59 Boswell, Phillip 41, 59, 154 Boucher, James 5, 40, 63,116,182, 224 Brock, Dwain 59, 120, 122, 126, 132, 148-149, 235 Brooks, Tommy 59,118,151, 233, 243 Burgess, Terry 16, 59, 63, 109, 113-117, 215 Buris, John 59, 189 Burkhart, Mary Burleson, John 59 Bruns, Donna 66 Carpenter, Randall 59, 118, 148, 152 Carter, Margaret 59, 75, 109, 112, 115, 168, 171 Carter, Paula Chancey, William Chastain, Susan 59, 62, 64, 164, 169-170, 181, 189, Chumney, Karleece 12, 59, 180, 189-190 Clark, Richey 67 Cole, Charles 44, 60, 118, 148-149 Cole, Steve 41, 60, 118 Compton, Beverly 59 Cox, Ann 44,60,168, 182,185,212 Cross, Denver 41, 60, 118, 132, 148 Cunningham, Barbara Curtis, Dennis 60, 118, 148 Dameron, Craig 60,113,115, 151 Daniel, Debi 60 Darnell, Alice 60, 146, 162-163, 181-182,189-190 Deaver, David 60, 118, 148 Denton,Cynthia 60,172,180-181,189,212 Dowell, Janice 60, 169-172 Dowell, Tom Dunson, Bill 60, 149 Engler, Sharon 60,1l2,115,168, 172,189 Evans, Scott 60, 118, 137 Evatt, Mark 60, 109, 112 Ewers, Debby 60, 69, 109, 112, 169, 213 Fedde, Terry 61, 118 Foster, Sherri 61, 109, 111, 113, 189, 213, 238 Free, Glyneth 60, 162 Frizzell, Ruemma 60, 169, 171, 189 Fry, Cheryl 61, 169 Garner, David 49, 61, 118 212 Garner, Debbie 61 Glessner, Paula Golliday, Nettie 61, 19C Gomar, Bytty 61 Glynda 61,69, 133,146, 152,213 Gordon, Graham Graham Gregory Doris 61, 190, 213, 235 Michael ,David 61, 164-165 Grissom, Letha 61, 162 Grissom Louis 61 178 Hale, Marvin 61, 199, 202 Hallmark, Debra 61, 169 Hanson, Lana 61, 113, 146, 189-190 Harding, Randy 19, 40, 61, 63,108-109,112,116-117,152 Harwell, Carol 16, 36, 40, 62-63, 108-109, 112, 114-116, 154,190, 217 Harris, Larry 61,176,178-179 Harvey, Cynthia 61,182,190 164,166,233 Hefton, Beverly 62 Hensly, Bobby Hicks, Mary 62, 109,112,162 Hicks, Perry 41,62,118,152,155,177-179 Hinojos, Hopson, Jol 154, Rudy 62 184-185,188-189, 237 Hubble, Jerry Hughes, Danny 10, 62, 120, 148 Hughes, Judy 2-3, 8-9, 62, 109, 111- 187 189 Hunt, Jimmy 62, 164-165 Hunter, Kathy 62,141, 189,213 Hyde, Rickey 63, 118, 132, 138 Hymer, Viki 32, 63, 112, 182,189 Irick, Dianna 63,169,232 Jacks, Wesley 63,109, 113,190 Jackson, Betty 63, 133 Jackson, Caroline Johnson, Stanley, 49, 63, 118 Joiner, Paula 63, 163, 190 Jones, Vicki 63, 169, 184-185, 187, Kay, Victor 63 Kelly, Kenneth 63 Kimball, Steve 112, 178-179, 189 King, Diane 63,133, 189-190, 237 King, Don 63, 109, 116,217 King, Jimmy 63 Knight, Lance 58,63,135-136, 139 Knight, Linda 64,162-163,178-179 Laney, Linda Laughlin, Toni 67 Leatherman, Sharon 64, 162-163 Lesley, Carolyn 7,51,58,64,133,146,168,170,172, 184-185, 189 Lewallen, Nolan 58, 64, 68, 72, 118, 132, 149, 152, 242 Hook, Melody 41, S1,62,133,146,189,190, 213 Hooks, Dwain 62, 149 ynne 2, 3, 7, 51, 58, 62, 64,111, 133, 152, 112, 189 114-115, 185, Lohrmann, Charles 64, 148, 215 Lowery, Roger Lucas, Peggy 64, 146, 190 Luttrell. David 64, 118, 132 Maikell, Terry 19, 64, 190, 194, 212 Martin, Susan 16, 64, 164, 169, 184-185 Marsh, James 118 Mason, William 64, 109, 114 Mast, Alva 64, 189-190 McMahan, Larry 6, 64, 148 Miller, Zoe 64, 146, 169 Mills, Randy 62,64,121-122,126,148-149 Moon, Charles Nichols, Bobby 64, l18,148, 187, 189,190 Pack, Kirby 64 Pack, Lewis 65,109,112,162,185,215 Pack, Marilyn 7, 51,65,75,141,146,170,172,189, 212 Parr, Mike 65, 118 Peacock, Steve 16, 51, 62, 65, 178 Perry, Nelda 65,168,184-185, 232 Porter, Alice 65,182,189, 219 Procter, Dana 65, 181-182 Purvis, Kenneth 65, 109, 112, 187 Ramer, Mary 65, 119 Rasberry, Ricky 65 Rhoades, Ricky 65 Richards, Bill 65, 118, 132, 149 Riggs, Judy 36, 39, 65, 169, 186-187, 227 Riley, Jerrye 65,161,163 Roberts, Jerry 66 Robinson, Becky 65, 162, 168, 189-190 Rowe, Ricky 65 Rutherford, Wanda 65, 169, 171, 212 Ryan. Beverly 65, 182, 212,226 Sanders, Cliff 65 Sanford, Julia 33, 62, 64-65, 133, 140-141, 143, 146-147, 189-190, 213, 219 Satterwhite, Suzanne 55, 62, 65, 182, 189, 2 Scarborough, Verna 65 Shelby, Mike 65 Shelton. Bobbie 66 Sherrod, Bobby 66 Shiflett, Jerry 66 13 Slaten, James Slay, Glenda Smith, Etta Jo 66, 164, 169 Smith, Gary Smith, Patti 66, 189 Smith, Sharon 58, 66, 213 Snyder, Isla 66, 129, 133, 188-189, 213, 237 Spikes, Randy 66 Stacy, Carla 66,185,187,l89, 213,232 Stephens, Laverl 66 Stone, Ray 44, 66, 178-179 Stracener, Debbie 66, 109, 113,168, 180-181,185,213 Stripling, Keith 64, 66, 118 Tate, Larry 66 Tomlinson, David 16, 49, 63, 66, 109,113-114.116, 186-187,189-190 Trammell, Ann 6, 36, 41, 63, 66 Turknett, Steve 63, 66, 112, 116, 189-190, 215 Turney, Sharlyn 66 Ulmer, Lynn 66, 134, 136 Vandaveer, Caroline 63, 67, 169 Waldie, Debbie 10, 63, 67,112,164,189,194 Walker, Donna 67,172, 184-185, 189, 232 Walker, Steve 44, 67, 118,217 Watkins, David 4,12, 44, 67, 90,120,122,126,149, 221 Watts, Beth 63,67,155, 182,212,232 Waugh, Douglas 67, 178 Whitman, Gary 16, 19, 58, 67,108-109, 112,116-117, 174, 179, 189, 233 Whitt, Danny 67, 178 Willis, Toni 67, 162-165 Wilson, Cathy 67, 168, 170 Wise, Lana 40, 63,67,141, 212,226 Wofford, Nat 67 Wolfe, Debra 67,133,140-141,143,189,212, 242 Wood, Kay 7, 36,67,109,1l3,1l5,133,140-141,143, 146-147,152, 212, 219, 243 Wood, Mike 6,13, 62,67-68,120,122,126-127,132, 148-149 Wright, Nita 63,67 Wright, Patsy 67 Young, Larry 67 Zimmerman, Kathy 63, 67, 170 Junior Index Adams, Martha 71, 109, 111-112, 115, 192-193, 229 Allen, Brad 19,49,71,109, 113,117,164-166,214 Baker, Wayne 71, 108-109, 113, 116-117, 164, 166,232 Barron, Gary 14, 22, 41, 49,71,135-136,139,159, 224 Baxter, Paul 79, 199, 202 Bennett, Jeff 10, 35, 71, 120, 123, 192 Bills, Dent 71, 174,240 Bills, Gary 71, 109,113 Bills, Vickie 14, 20, 78-79, 109, 112, 145,169 Blasingame, Murle 71, 109, 113 Boucher, Rita 36,71,164-165, 170,172 Bramlett, Eddie 71, 118, 132,178,236 Brandon, Cathy 2, 8-9, 14, 16, 40, 49, 71, 109, 113-116, 150-160,172,180,184-185,187, 220 Brock, Sheila 71, 193 Brodnax, Pat 71 Brown, Danny 12, 21, 70-71, 77-78, 80, 121, 126-127, 135-136, 138-139, 149, 222 123, Brown, Eddie 6,12, 71,120,l23,126-127,135-136,192 Brown, Melanye 36, 71, 154, 168,218 Bruns, Glenda 79 Bryan, Penny 71, 204, 232 Buris, Doug 227 Bynum, Trisha 71, 162 Cagle, James Carpenter, George 71, 164-165, 187 Carr, Frankie 8-9, 71 Carter, Steve 13-14, 40, 70, 72, 80, 153, 155, 159 Chandler, Rusty 7, 13, 35, 72, 149, 179, 223 Chick, Carol 72, 78, 169 Collins, Tommy 72, 163-165 Cozby, Jimmy 72,204 Cranford, Louann 72, 104 Crow, Pat 72, 193 Dalby, Linda 7,20,40,72, 152, 191,193,238 Deaver, Steve 49, 72, 132, 154 Denman, Billy Derrick, Ronald 19, 70, 72, 120, 123, 126-127, 129 Dittoe, Paul 72 Eads, Ed 72, 165, 199 Engler, Johnnye 4,14,16, 20,72,109, 112,115 Everett, De De 15, 19, 34, 70, 72, 109, 111-112, 115, 140, 143-147,154,180-181, 184-185 Fanning, Greg 10, 72, 77, 120, 123,149, 177 Fanning, Laura 73, 192-193 Faught, Lamarvin 73 Ferguson, Norma 73, 180, 193 Fisher, Joe Bob 73, 198 Fitzgerald, Karen 7,10-11,73, 17O,172, 182,189,212 Garcia, Joe 73,118,122 Garrett, Travis 73, 115, 148, 188-189, 214 Godfrey, Sammy 73 Golliday, David 79, 198,202 Gooch, Earl 73, 164-165, 178 Goodman, Kerry 73, 78,212,216 Grant, Dorothy 73, 204 1-ladderton, Susan 73,207 Hale, Brenda 73, 207 247 Hancock, Dale 41, 73, 174, 178-180, 214 Hancock, David 14, 19, 40, 43, 73,109, 113,116-117, 159 Hancock, Mike 14, 74, 118, 159 Hancock, Nancy 74, 169-172 Harding, Rickey 6-11, 74-75, 91, 108-109, 112-114, 116-117, 129, 153-154, 164-167, 180-182, 215, 233 Henderson, Johnnie 10, 44, 74, 120, 148, 191, 193 Henningsen, Biff 3-4,16,19,21,23, 74,154,180-181, 188-189, 215 Hodge, Craig 74, 198 Hooks, Debbie 74, 164-166 Hooks, Kay 79, 159 Hord, Diane 10, 74, 164-165 Hymer, Ralph 74, 153-154, 182 Jackson, Connie 15, 74, 133,174 Johnston, Phyllis 74, 146, 180 Koonsman, Deana 2-3, 14-15, 21, 23, 53, 70, 73-74, 140-141, 143-144, 168,170-173, 189 Leach, Tony 50, 74 Lee, Royce 75,164, 236 Lesley, Sandra 7, 74, 140-141, 143,184-185 Lowry, Vicki 15, 70, 73, 75,140-141,143-144,181 Luttrell, Sharon 75,109,112,l64-165 Mahan, Kay Manley, Barbara 40-41, 75, 159, 191-192 Martin, Debby 40, 75,212 Martin, Donita 75, 204, 207 Martin, Karen 20, 75, 109, 112 Mast, Sharon 75 McCann, David 75, 200 McCleskey, Richard 75, 200 McDonald, Sam 13, 21, 75, 91, 181, 184-185, 228 McMahan, Duncan 10, 16, 19, 21-23, 41, 75,109,112, 116-117 Melton, Martha 19, 72, 76, 153-155, 159, 172, 181, 188-190 Miller, Leslie 76, 164-165, 168 Morton, Connie 20, 76, 109, 112, 115, 147 Musick, Pam 87 Nachtigall, Richard 16, 22, 39, 76,159,176,178-179, 186-187, 189-190 Northcutt, Kermit 39, 76, 109, 113-114, 159-160, 186-187, 189-190 Ogle, Larry 76, 149, 159, 189 Pack, Randy 4, l0,15,44,72,76, 120,123 Pack, Ray 12, 76, 90,122 Parker, William 44,70,76-77, 121, 123 Pipes, Deborah 16, 66, 76,109,113-114,162,169 Pittman, Pam 76 Porter, Connie 36, 41. 73, 76, 78, 152, 154-155, 169, 170-172,189, 213, 242 Purvis, Patty 40, 76,112,189,191-193 Quarles, Sandy 76, 193 Ramer, Jerry 76 Ray, Ann 41, 76, 163 Rhodes, Debbie 7, 76,85, 170,172, 181, 189,213 Riggins, David 16, 21,76, 109, 113, 116-117,181, 184, 189,215 Robertson, Suzi 10, 19, 76, 85, 169,223 Robinson, Billy 77,200 Robison. Debra 10, 77, 109, 112 Ross, Cheryl 77 Saxon, Clifford 77, 118 Shuffield, Scotty 12, 77, 118, 121, 123, 154, 164-165, 167 Simmons, Brenda 72,236 Skipper, Ellen 16, 77, 109, 111, 113, 116-117, 172, 185 213, 239 Smith, Dianne 73, 77, 164-166, 219 Smith, Jerry 77,113-114,159 Smith, Rhonnie 77, 113,206 Sparkrnan, Joanna 77, 163 Spikes, Lanny 77, 118, 148 Stasey, Gary 4, 6, 10, 40, 72, 74, 78, 120, 123, 126-127 135-136, 149, 153 Stephens, Nita 3, 15, 21, 40, 74-75, 78, 111, 140, 142, 144-147, 190, 202, 213 Stewart. Cynthia 20, 44, 74, 78, 162-166 Stewart, Gene 7, 51, 74, 78, 148 Stone, Brenda Stone, Darrell 19, 78, 178 Strickland, Betty 74, 78 Swain, Pat 36, 40, 74, 78, 169-172, 213, 223 Tate, Mike 78 Taylor. Ann 78,109, 112,116-117,159,164-167,181, 187 Taylor, Debra 78, 208 Terry, Jo Ann 78,81,108-109,111,113,115,140,l42 145-147,170-172, 213 Vaughn, Vickie 40, 78, 109, 112 Voss, Diane Walker. Jerry 6, 78, 174, 177 Walters, Ronnie 78,113,117, 121, 173,193 Weems, Dwain 6, 21, 79,113,205 West, Gloria 79 Whitacre, Sherry 6, 8-9,13,21, 79, 81,129,133,146, 169,189, 212,242 Williams, Charles 21, 23, 79,118, 148,215 Wise, Delbert 79, 201-202 Wood, Dale 79, 118,223 Wood, Rugene 79, 141, 169-170 Wright, Clinton 79 Yarbrough, Mary Anne 16, 79, 161-162, 168 Yeager, Kenny 19, 79, 201 Zimmerman, Glenda 79 Senior Index and Statistics ALSUP, JEANETTE 13, 24, 26, 83,108-109,113,117,164-165 Science 3, FTA 1, 3, FHA 1, Choir 1-4, Reporter 4, Band 1-4, Treasurer 3-4, All-District 1-4, All-Region 1-4, I in UIL Solo and Ensemble Contestg State Band 1-4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, All-Star at Tarleton Festival 4, Presentation Play 3g BYE BYE BIRDIE 4. BALLOW, DEBBIE 7, 18, 23, 26, 83, 94, 102, 140, 142, 144-146, 219 Basketball 1-4, All-District 3-4, State Team 3, All-State 3, Burleson All-Tournament 4g Track 4, Volleyball 2, Presentation Play 1, School Sweetheart Runner-Up 43 Lions Club Queen 4. BILLS, MIKE 83, 199, 202 FFA 1-2, Treasurer 1, Reporter 2g ICT 3-4, Treasurer 4, Band 1-2: State Band 1-2. BLANKS, ANITA 83, 195 Transfer from Abilene, Texas 4, OEA 4. 248 BLANKS, BENITA 6, 83,233 Transfer from Abilene, Texas 4. BLUMER, IRENE 24, 83,204 Transfer from Huckabay, Texas 2, DE 3-4. BOHANNAN, BILL 204 Transfer from Hurst, Texas 3, ICT 4. BOLLING, ERNESTINE 10 DE 4g Stingerettes 1-3. BOREN, ALICE 24, 83,195 Spanish 1-2, FTA 2, Stingerettes 1-3, OEA 4. BOSWELL, DAVID 22-23, 25, 83, 121, 124, 154, 185, 237 Science 3-4g FTA 4, Football 3-4. BRAMBLETT, JAN 10. 83 FTA 1-22 Stingerettes 1. 1 BRYAN, ALLISON 20, 22. 25, 83, 158, 160, 164, 166-167, 191, 196 Transfer from Irving, Texas 35 OEA 4, Historian 4, 3rd in State Scrapbook Contest5 Choir 3-4, Lead in BYE, BYE, BIRDIE 4, Regional Choir 45 Volleyball 3, Captain 35 National Honor Society 3-4, Vice-President 4. BUCHANAN, BRUCE 22, 24, 83, 154, 189, 221 Science 3-45 Math 45 FTA 35 FFA 1-25 Football 35 Basketball 25 Track 1. BURKHART, SHELTON 83, 199, 202-203 DE 3, Parliamentarian 35 ICT 4, President 4. CARPENTER, REBA 24, 26, 67, 84 Transfer from Elkhart, Kansas 35 FHA 35 Choir 3-4, Secretary 4. CASI-ION, LARRY 6-7, 15, 20, 22, 25-26, 84, 134, 136, 139, 149, 220 Football 1-25 Basketball 1-4, Weatherford All.-Tournament 2, Honorable Mention All-District 3-4, Captain 45 Track 1-25 Baseball 2-4, All-District 35 Student Council 2. CEDARS, MICHAEL 18, 23, 25-26, 41, 43, 83-84, 88, 95, 109,113,l16, 158,180,187, 189-190, 214, 227 Science 1-4, President 35 Math 1-4, Officer 35 Spanish 2-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 35 Band 1-4, Freshman Representative, Treasurer 2, All-District 1-2, All-Region 1-3, State Solo Contest 1, 35 Stage Band 1-4, All-Star Band at Stephen F. Austin Festival 45 Presentation Play 35 National Honor Society 3-45 SBP Nominee 35 National Science Foundation: Biology and Research at University of Texas 2, Research at Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine 35 UIL District Science: 3rd in 35 UIL District Number Sense: lst in 1-45 UIL Region Number Sense: 3rd in 1, lst in 2-45 UIL State Number Sense: 3rd in 2, Sth in 3, 4th in 45 Chamber of Commerce Merrit Award 1-35 National Merit Scholarship to MIT5Salutatorian. CHAMBERS, DIANE 26, 84, 196 Transfer from Roswell, New Mexico 35 DE 35 OEA 4. CHANDLER, DENIESE 6, 23-24, 26, 41, 84-85, 191-192, 196, 202, 209 Science 1-35 Biology 15 FHA 1-35 OEA 45 Student Council 2, 45 Football Sweetheart Nominee 4. CHAPPELL, BARBARA Transfer from Comanche, Texas 3. CLARK, WESLEY 22, 25-26, 84, 201-202 FFA 2-4, Green Hand Chapter Farmer 45 DE 35 ICT 4, Vice-President 45 Track 1. COLE, THOMAS 84 Choir 3-45 Band 1-4. COOKE, JO NELL 6, 13-14, 23-24, 84, 88-89, 243 Science 2-35 Biology 15 Library 25 FHA 1-25 OEA 45 Basketball 1, COUCH, SUE ANN 7,10,22, 24, 85,196,223 Science 1-45 Biology 15 Library 1-35 FTA 15 FHA 1-25OEA 45 Stingerettes 1-3. CRANFORD, MIKE 5-6, 22-23, 25-26, 38, 85, 88, 134-135, 139,154-155,158,l60,181,186-189, 221 Science 3-4, Vice-President 45 Math 3-45 Spanish 2-45 Football 25 Basketball 1-45 Track 1-25 Class President 35 Student Council 2-35 National Honor Society 3-4, State Convention Delegate 3, President 45 Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-25 SBP Nominee 35 Honor Graduate. CRANK, DAVID 85 FFA 1, 3. CURRIER, MILES ICT 3-4. DANIELL, DAVID 5, 11, 16, 22-23, 25, 72, 82,8S,121, 124, 181, 184-185, 189, 214 Science 1-35 Spanish 2-45 FTA 1-4, Vice-President 4, State Convention Delegate 1, 2, 45 Football 1-45 Basketball 1-25 Track 15 Baseball Manager 1, 35 Class Officer 2-4: Stingerette Beau 4. DANIELS, LINDA 5-7, 10, 16, 18-20, 22-24, 85, 164-165, 167,170,172,184-185,187,189 Science 3-45 Math 3-45 FTA 4, Reporter 45 FHA 1-4, 4th Vice-President 3-4, Girl-of-the-Month 35 Choir 3-4, Treasurer 45 Stingerettes 1-35 Volleyball 45 Presentation Play 2-45 BYE BYE BIRDIE 4. DECKER, SANDY 7,10, 25,85 FHA 1-3. DIXON, DEBRA 7, 10, 24, 85, 197, 242 Spanish 35 FHA 1-25 OEA 45 Choir 2-3, Reporter 35 Stinger- ettes 1-35 Lions Club Queen Runner-Up 4. DOUGLAS, JEAN 10, 24, 26, 36, 41, 85, 93, 158, 160, 191-192, 194-195, 202, 209, 229 Spanish 2-45 FHA 1025 OEA 4, Historian 4, 2nd in Area Chapter Activities Manual5 Office Girl 3-45 National Honor Society 3-45 Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 35 Miss OEA 45 Zonta Girl 45 Honor Graduate. DRIVER, LARRY 6, 25, 86, 204, 208, 222 FFA 1-3, Dairy Judging Teamg DE 4. ELLIOTT, JACK 22-23, 25, 86, 204-205, 210 DE 3-4, Vice-President 45 Golf 1-4. EVERETT, DUKE 4,10-12, 22, 25, 86, 88, 94, 100, 121, 124, 126,l28,148,153 FFA 15 Football 1-4, Honorable Mention All-District 3, All- District 4, Honorable Mention All-Area 4, Captain 45 Player of the Year 4, West Texas All-Academic Team 45 Basketball 15 Track 1-4, Regional Qualifier 3: Class President 15 Student Council 1-45 Class Favorite Runner-Up 25 Class Favorite 1, 35 SBVP Nominee 35 Most Representative 4. FERGUSON, MARION 22, 24, 26, 86, 97, 152, 154, 158, 160,181-182, 186-187 Math 2-4, President 45 Spanish 3-45 Basketball 1-25 Track 15 Baseball 2: Student Council 4, Reporter 45 National Honor Society 3-45 SBP Nominee 35 Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-35 Honor Graduate. FITZGERALD, TERRY 4, 6, 11, 22-24, 85-86, 90, 94, 120, 124, 128, 170 Science 25 Spanish 35 Football 1-4, All-District 4, Honorable Mention All-Area 4, Captain 4, Outstanding Defensive Line- man 4. FITZHUGH, KENNETH 96 Transfer from Ankara, Turkey FRY, DAVID 6, 8, 23, 86-87, 149, 189 Science 45 Biology 35 FTA 15 Football 1-35 Track 15 Baseball 4 Golf 35 Presentation Play 3. GANSKE, BRYAN 86-87 ICT 3-4. GARCIA, ANTHONY 6, 10, 12, 19-21, 23, 25, 36, 82, 86, 100,121,124,l49,1S2,181,18S Science 1-35 Spanish 2-35 FTA 3-45 Football 1-45 Track 15 Baseball 1-4, All-District 25 Mailboy 45 Presentation Play 35 Class Officer 1-35 Class President 45 Student Council 45 SBP Nominee 35 Most Representative Runner-Up 4. GARNER, EDDIE 6, 14, 16, 19, 23, 25, 38, 83, 85-86, 120, 124, 127, 152, 154-156, 181, 189, 214 Science 1-45 Spanish 1, 2, 45 Football 1-45 Honorable Mention All-District 35 Track 1-25 Student Council 4, President 45 Student Body President 4. 249 GARNER, NELLWYN 6, 7, 15,19, 85-86, 222 Science 1-4, Spanish 3, FTA 1, FHA 1-3, Band 1, Volleyball 4, Tennis 3, Presentation Play 2-3, Class Officer 1-3. GORDON, MARCIA 7, 16, 24, 36, 41, 87, 93, 141, 146, 174-175,180 Science 1-3, Spanish 3-4, FHA 1, Basketball 1-3, Manager 4, Volleyball 3-4, Office Girl 2-4, Zonta Girl 4, FFA Sweetheart 4. GRAY, DAVID 4, 6, 10, 12, 19-20, 23, 25, 44, 82, 85, 87, 120, 124, 127, 189-190, 219 Science 3-4, Spanish 3, FFA 1-4: Football 1-4: Track 1-2, Class Officer 1-4. GREEN, LYNDA 6, 14, 24, 87,111, 113,184-185 Library 3, FTA 1-4, FHA 1-3: Band 1-4, Majorette 1-4, Stage Band 1. All-District 1, GRIFFIN, KENNETH 87 Football 2, Tennis 1. HANCOCK, KATHY IO, 23-24, 30, 87, 197 Science 2, FTA 1, State Convention Delegate 1, OEA 4, Band 1-3, Office Girl 2-3. HATCH, CONNIE 22, 87, 108, 112, 164-167 Library 3, Choir 3-4, Secretary 4, Band 1-4, Librarian 4, BYE BYE BIRDIE 4. HEFTON, JOHN JR. 6, 22, 23, 25, 88,121, 209, 219 FFA 2-4, DE 4, Football 3, Manager 4, Track 3. HENSON, KENNY 25, 88, 151 Spanish 2, Football 2-3, Basketball 1-2, Track 1-2, Baseball 2, Golf 1-4, Student Council 3, State Golf Meet 4. HICKS, WANDA 7, 23-24, 88, 205, 210 Transfer from Childress, Texas 3, Science 3, FHA 3, DE 4. HILL, FRANCES 7, 10, 22, 25, 52, 89, 158,160,184-185, 191, 197 Spanish 3, FTA 2-4, FHA 1, 3, OEA 4, Treasurer 4, Stinger- ettes 1-3, National Honor Society 3-4. HOLDER, MARY 7, 13-14, 16, 24, 83. 89,152,155,157,176 Science 1-3, Biology 1, DE 4, Stingerettes 2, Basketball 1-2, Office Girl 3-4, Presentation Play 3, Student Council 4, Football Sweetheart Nominee 4, Homecoming Queen 4. HOLDER, MELINDA 89, 197, 224, 233 Science 1, Library 1,FHA 1-2, OEA 4, Stingerettes 1-2. HOLMES, RODGER Transfer from Kenedy, Texas 4. HONSAKER, BARBIE 14, 24, 89, 236 Transfer from Lawton, Oklahoma 2, DE 4. HUEY, STEVE 6, 19, 89, 198 FFA 1, 2, 4, District Pasture Judging Team, ICT 3-4, Secretary 4, VICA District and State Conventions, Football Manager 1-3. I-IUFFMAN, DAVID 25-26, 89, 109, 112, 114, 181, 187, 216 Math 1-4, Treasurer 3, Spanish 1-4, Social Studies 1, FTA 1, Band 1-4, Quartermaster 3, Honor Graduate. HULSEY, NANCY JEANETTE 24, 89 Transfer from Valparaiso, Indiana 4. JACKSON, DOLORES 7, 10, 24, 89 FHA 1-3. JACKSON, DWAYNE 25, 89, 174,177-179,187 Math 3-4, FFA 1-4, Secretary 3, President 4, State Land Judging Team 2, Lone Star Farmer Degree, Electric Award. JACKSON, JIMMY 6, 23, 25, 89-90,120,124 FFA 1-3, State Land Judging Team 3, Football 4, Track 2-3. 250 JOHNSON, LEN 24, 87-88, 90, 194 Science 2-3, Math 3, Spanish 1-3, FTA 1-3, OEA 4, JOHNSON, TOMMY 25, 41, 90, 204, 206 DE 3-4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4, Football 1, JOINER, DONNIE 22, 26, 90, 204,206 DE 4, Football 103, Class Officer 1. JOKEL, BOBBY 90, 198 ICT 3-4. JONES, LINDA 7,14, 24, 90, 231 FHA 2, Stingerettes 1-3, Captain 3, Office Girl 2. JONES, SHARON 90 Transfer from Greenville, Texas 4. JONES, SHERI7, 14,90 Biology 1, FTA 2, FHA 1, DE 3-4, Stingerettes 1-2. Band 1-3 KEENEY, ALTA 10, 18, 24, 87, 90, 197, 203, 220, 227 Science 1-2, FHA 1, OEA 4, Parliamentarian 4, St ingerettes 1-3, Office Girl 3, Rodeo Queen and 5100.00 TSC Scholarship 3, ICT Sweetheart 4. KELLY, ROGER 6, 22, 25, 90, 94, 121, 124, 134,136,138, 149,177,191 Biology 1, Spanish 3, FFA 3-4, Football 3-4: Basketball 1-4, SHS All-Tournament 4, All-District 3-4, Captain 4, 2nd Team All-Area 4: Track 3, Baseball 3-4, All-District 3, UI and Region Typing 2. KINDRED, CAYE 91 Transfer from Quinland, Texas 4. KNIPSTEIN, GARLAND 23, 25, 91, 148, 200 L District Biology 1, FFA 1-3, ICT 4, Track 1-4, Regional Qualifier 3-4. LAWSON, WOODIE 23-24, 91, 206 Science 3, Spanish 3-4, DE 4, Baseball 1. LAY, RANDY 6,10, 91,98,120, 124,189 Science 1-4, FFA 1-4, National Land Judging Team 3, Football 1-4, Basketball 1-2, Track 1-3, Baseball 1-4, All-District 3, Class Officer 1-2, Student Council 1, Class Favorite 4. LEWALLEN, TULA 6-9, ll, 15-16, 25, 36, 9 128-129,140, 142, 144-147, 152 1, 93-93, Science 1-2, FHA 1-2, Basketball 1-4, Huckabay All-Tourna- ment 3-4, Burleson All-Tournament 4, All-District 4, All-State 3, Track 4, Office Girl 3-4, Cheerleader 3-4, Class Officer 1, Student Council 2-4, Class Favorite Runner-Up Sweetheart 3, Football Queen Court 3, Zonta Girl 4 Sweetheart 4. LITTLETON, KAY 2-3, 7, 13-14, 23-24, 91, 102, 189, 228, 239 1-2, FFA , Football 111, 181, Science 1-2, Spanish 3-4, FHA 1, 3, Band 1-3, Band Council 3, Majorette 1-3, Head Majorette 3, Annual Staff I-4, UNM Yearbook Workshop 3, Co-Editor 4, Student Council 1-3, Class Favorite 1-3, Miss Jacket 3, Homecoming Court 3-4, School Sweetheart 4. LOVELACE, DAVID 3, 20, 83, 91, Ill, 164-165, 218, 220, 223 Transfer from LaMarque, Texas 3: Choir 3-4, Annual Staff 4. LOWERY, TERRY 11-12, 24, 82, 85, 90, 91, 120, 128, 198, 202 124, 126, ICT 3-4, Football 1-4, Honorable Mention All-District 4, Captain 4, Track 1, Class Officer 4. LUCAS, DOROTHY 10, 25, 42, 92, 146 Transfer from Seguin, Texas 3, Choir 3-4, Volleyball 4. LUTTRELL, HELLON 92 Science 2-3, Biology 1, Math 1, Spanish 1, Library 2-4, . . . . 6- Parliamentarran 3, State Convention Delegate 3, Vic 4, FHA 1-2, Basketball 1-3. President MAST, PATRICIA 10, 92, 208 FHA 1: DE 4. MCALLISTER, MARILYN 24, 26, 92-93, 108-109, 112, 115, 158,160,180-181,186-187 Math 4, Secretary 4, Spanish 1-4, Secretary 4, Library 2, FTA 3-4, FHA 1, 3, Band 1-4, Reporter 4, National Honor Society 3-4, Zonta Girl 4, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-3, NHA Scholarship 4, Honor Graduate. McCLESKEY, GARY 21, 24, 87, 92, 193-194, 230 Science 1: Math 1-2, FTA 1, 2. 4: OEA 4, Band 1-3. McGOUGH, DANNY 25-26,92, 150-151 Golf 1-4, District Medalist 3, State Meet 2, 4. MCKINNEY, RONNIE 6, 25, 92, 202, 209 FFA 1-4, Vice-President 4, MCMAHAN, CISSY 6-7, 14-15, 19, 25-26, 41, 92-94, 99, 140, 142, 145-146, 158, 160, 190, 234 Science 1-3, Basketball 1-4, Granbury All-Tournament 4, State Team 3, All-District 3-4, Volleyball 2-3, National Honor Society 3-4, Football Sweetheart Nominee 4, Class Favorite 4, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-3: Zonta Girl 4, Honor Graduate. MCNEILL, NIKA 6, 13, 24,92 Science 1-2, Library 1, DE 4, Basketball 1-2, Office Girl 2-3, Presentation Play 3, Class Officer 2, Football Sweetheart Nominee 4. MEANS, DONNA 24, 26, 93,109.112,181,186-187,234 Transfer from Houston, Texas 4: Math 4, Spanish 4, Band 4, Honor Graduate. MEEHAN, KEVAN 6, 10, 13, 22-23, 25, 93, 121, 124, 201-202 Science 1-3, ICT 4, Reporter 4, Football 1, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2. MILLER, JOAN 11, 16, 18-19, 23, 25, 83, 93, 106,108-109, 113-114,116-117, 233 Science 1-2, FTA 1, Band 1-4, Secretary 3-4, Stage Band 1-43 Band Sweetheart 4. MILLS, ALICE KAY Transfer from Graford, Texas 4. MOON, JOHN 93, 154, 204, 207 Transfer from Huckabay, Texas 1, Spanish 3-4, FFA 2, DE 4, Football 2. MYERS, PAT 7, 24, 93, 204,209 Science 1-2, Library 1, FHA 1, 3, Basketball 1-2. OVERMAN, PATSY 7, 25-26, 82, 88, 93, 99,195 FHA 1-2, 4th Vice-President 2, OEA 4, Stingerettes 1, Office Girl 2-3, Class Officer 4, Class Favorite Runner-Up 4. PACK, MIKE 6,14, 93, 120, 124, 174 FFA 1-4, Dairy and Land Judging Teams 1-3, Vice-President 4, Football 1-4, Basketball 2. PACKWOOD, RITA 14,93 Library 1-3, FHA 2, OEA 4. PARNELL, DEBRA 6-10, 21-25, 93, 129, 210, 221, 234 Science 1-3, FHA 1-2, DE 4, Secretary 4, Band 1, Volleyball 3, Annual Staff 2-3, Brevard Yearbook Workshop 3, Cheer- leader 3-4, Student Council 1, DE Sweetheart 4. PATTERSON, ANTHONY 11, 16, 22-23, 25, 42-43, 49, 83, 93,108-110,112,114-117,164-165, 233 Choir 1-4, President 3, All-Region Choir 3-4, All-State Choir 3, Band 1-4, Quartermaster 2, Asst. Drum Major 3, Reporter 3, Drum Major 4, President 4, Stage Band 1-4, All-Star at Sam Houston State Festival 3, All-Star at Tarleton, Stephen F. Austin, Brownwood, and Texas Tech Stageband Festivals 4, Outstanding Musician at Tarleton and Texas Tech Festivals 4, Outstanding Camper at Tarleton Drum Major and Twirling Camp 4, BYE BYE BIRDIE 4. PATTERSON, LARRY ICT 3-4. PENDLETON, NELDA 94 Spanish 3, FHA 3, OEA 4. PERRY, CAROLYN 24, 94, 109, 112, 208-210 Transfer from Pecos, Texas 1, Library 2-3, State Convention Delegate 2, Secretary-Historian 3, District Parliamentarian 3, DE 4, Reporter 4: Choir 3, Band 1-4. PERRY, JIM 16, 22, 24, 94, 109, 112, 116-117, 158, 164, 166, 181, 187 Math 3-4, Spanish 1, 2, 4, Choir 4, Band 1-4, All-District 1-4, All-Region 1-4, All-Area 2-4, Stage Band 1-4, All-Star at Tarleton Festival 4, All-Star at Texas Tech Festival 4, National Honor Society 3-4, Music Scholarship to Tarleton 4, BYE BYE BIRDIE 4. PIGOTT, JOHN 16, 21-23, 25, 42, 49, 94, 158, 181,186-187, 189, 215 Science 4: Math 1-4, Vice-President 4, Spanish 1-4, State Convention Delegate 3-4, FTA 1, Presentation Play 4, National Honor Society 3-4, State Convention Delegate 3, Reporter 4. QUARLES, JACKIE 18, 24, 26, 39, 91, 94,181,187 Science 3, Math 2, 4, Spanish 2-4, UIL District and Region Slide Rule 4. RABORN, PAULA 7, 10, l 1, 94, 230, 232 Stingerettes 1-4, Captain 4. RAINEY, SANDY 6, 10, 94, 194, 206 Transfer from Desdemona, Texas 4, DE 4, Parliamentarian 4. REYNOLDS, HAZEL 7, 10, 23-24, 87, 94, 194 Spanish 1-2: FHA 1, OEA, Band 1-3. RHOADES, ROCKY 88, 95 FFA 4. RICHARDS, LARRY 4,10, 22, 25, 41, 85, 95,124,127,134, 136, 138-139 Science 1-3, Spanish 3, FFA 1-3, Football 1-4, Honorable Mention All-District 3, Basketball 1-4, Track 1-3. RIGGS, MIKE 6, 8-9, 22-24, 95, 109, 114, 129, 186, 215, 223 Science 1-4, Math 1-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Library 2, Band 1-4, Quartermaster 2-3, Cheerleader 4. ROBINSON, DEAN 6, 19, 22-23, 25, 95, 148, 181, 186-187, 215, 235 Science 1-3, Math 1-2, Spanish 1-4, Basketball 1-3, Track 1-4, Captain 3, Student Council 2-3. RUSH, JERRI LYNN 24,95 Band 1-2, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-3, VFW Queen 2, Honor Graduate. RUSSELL, WARREN 22, 24, 49, 82, 95, 180-182, 186-187, 189, 215, 227 Science 1-4, Math 1-4, Reporter 4, Spanish 1-4, Reporter, Stinger Staff 2-4, Class Officer 4, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1. SCOTT, BOB 6-10, 22, 25, 41, 84, 95,154,180-182,184-185, 205, 210, 217, 228 Science 2-4, Vice-President 3, Math 3-4, Spanish 1-4, Sgt.-at- Arms 3, Asst. Sponsor 4, Social Studies 1, FTA 2-4, Vice- President 3, President 4, DE 4, President 4, District Job Interview 4, Stinger Staff 3-4, Cheerleader 3-4, Head 4, Student Council 1, 2, 4. SHARP, WAYNE 23, 25-26, 95 Transfer from Los Alamos, New Mexico 1, Football 1-2, Track 2, Honor Graduate. 251 SHIPP, BARBARA 6-7, 25-26, 82, 85, 88, 93-95, 101, 140, 142,144,147,158, 160 Science 3, Library 1, FTA 1-2, FHA 1, Basketball 1-4, Comanche All-Tournament 3, Granbury All-Tournament 4, All-District 3-4, State Team 3, Track 4, Tennis 1-3, Class Officer 3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, Secretary 4, Football Queen Court 3, Football Sweetheart Nominee 4, Zonta Girl 4, Most Representative Runner-Up 4, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-3, Honor Graduate. SLATEN, KATHY 7, 16, 24, 93, 65, 158, 160-164, 166, 180-181,186-187 Science 1, Math 4, Treasurer 4, Spanish 1-4, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4, Social Studies 1, Choir 1, 4, Basketball 1, Stinger Staff 2-4, Presentation Play 4, National Honor Society 3-4, lst in UIL District Spelling 1, Zonta Girl 4: Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-2. SMITH, DENNIS 95, 201 Transfer from Abernathy, Texas 3, ICT 3-4. SMITH, SUZAN 3, 6-7, 13, 24, 26, 36, 83, 92-93, 95, 101, 111, 141, 152, l55,158,160, 180-182, 212, 227 Science 2-3, Math 1, Spanish 1-4, Secretary 3, President 4, State Convention Delegate 1-4, Stingerettes 1-3, Lieutenant 3, Basketball Manager 3-4, Office Girl 4, Annual Staff 3-4, Brevard Yearbook Workshop 3, Class Officer 2, Student Council 1, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, National Honor Society 3-4, Treasurer 4, State Convention Delegate 3, Homecoming Court 4, Football Sweetheart Nomi- nee 4, Class Favorite Runner-Up 3, Most Representative 4, Student Body Vice-President 4, Zonta Girl 4, DAR Good Citizen Award 4, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-3, Valedictorian. SPARKS, CLAUD 96, 204, 207 Transfer from Breckenridge, Texas 4, FFA 4, DE 4. SPARKS, DONALD 96 ICT 3-4. STANLEY, SHARON LEE 7,18,24, 96,161-163 Science 1-2, Library 1-4, Vice-President 3, President 4, District Parliamentarian 4, Stingerettes 1-4, QV Sweetheart 4. STEM, JERRY 13, 19, 25, 96, 98, 154-155, 181, 187-189, 191, 194, 209, 229 Science 1-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 1, President 4, Math 4, Spanish 4, OEA 4, President 4, Representative to Area Meet 4, Football 1-2, Track 1-2, Baseball 1-3, Mailboy 3, Class Officer 1, 3, Class President 2, Student Council 1-3, Class Favorite Runner-Up 1, 3, 4, Class Favorite 2, Mr. OEA 4. STEWART, MIKE 25, 96, 137 Transfer from Leonardtown, Maryland 2, Basketball 2-4. STONE, JOYCE 24, 96, 195 Library 1-4, OEA 4, Choir 1, Basketball 2. 252 TATUM, LINDA 24, 96, 204, 207 Science 1-2, FHA 1-3, DE 4, Basketball 1-3, Cheerleader 3, Class Officer 2-3. THOMAS, BILLY 22, 96, 200, 202 ICT 4, Parliamentarian 4, Football 1-3, Track 1. THOMPSON, TIM 13, 19, 22-24, 42, 96, 109, 113-114, 116-117, 187 Science 3-4, Biology 1, Math 2-4, Secretary 3, Spanish 1-2, Social Studies 1, FTA 1, Band 1-4, Secretary 2, All-District 1-2, I in Solo and Ensemble Contest 1-2, Stage Band 1-4, President 4, All-District 1, All-Star at Tarleton Festival 3-4, Stinger Staff 1, Cheerleader 3. TURNEY, GARY 96 FFA 1-4, Co-op Ag 4. ULMER, NEAL 6, 25, 87, 97, 120,124, 189 Science 2-4, Math 1, FFA 1-4, Livestock Judging Team 4, Football 1-4. WALKER, MIKE 4, 6, 10, 25, 77, 85, 97,124,190 Science 1-4, Spanish 1-2, Football 1-4, Honorable Mention All-District 4. WALKER,WlLLIAM 22,97,112, 114,161,163-167, 181 Science 2, Spanish 4, Library 3-4, Historian 4, FFA 1-3, Choir 2-4, Band 1-4, BYE BYE BIRDIE 4. WATSON, DALE 97 FFA 3, DE 3-4. WATSON, HANK 88, 97, 201-202 ICT 4, Secretary 4, Football 1-3, Basketball 1. WEBB, PATTY 22,97 Transfer from Mena, Arkansas 1, Band 2, Basketball 2-3. WEEMS, JOSEPH L. 25, 97, 109, 112, 114, 208-209 Transfer from Arlington, Texas 4, DE 4, Honorable Mention at District Conference 4, Delegate to State Leadership Conference 4, Band 4, II in Solo Contest 4. WILLIAMS, BARBARA Science 3, Math 1, Spanish 1, 3, National Honor Society 3-4, UIL Region Typing 2, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-3. WILLIS, LINDA 7,10,24, 97, 194 Spanish 3-4, OEA 4, Stingerettes 1-3. WOLFE, ROSS 4, 12, 22, 24, 97, 120, 124, 216 Science 2, Football 1-4, Track 1, Golf 2-4, Presentation Play 1-3, UIL District Typing 3, TCU Scholarship in Football 4. YEATES, SAM 19, 23, 25, 97, 189, 224 Science 25 Math 13S1Janish 39 FFA 2'3- T The '69 JACKET- Our Memento of School Days at SHS Closes With Our Alma Mater To The Blue, To The Gold l Here's a toast to Stephenville High, We her praises ever sing, Stand and cheer her name once againg Loudly may the echoes ring. 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