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

 - Class of 1970

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Y ,. K , ,h w W W 5:fg,',5,kv , V M ,f 5' 1. w f 1 , 1 rv, ., ,rm W' 'J f '... . Wu' STEPHENVILLE TEXAS I This is Stephenville High School e a changing, complex system of education H a dominate building accustomed to burning midnight oil - a place where thoughts are shared and opinions are formed f an organized network of clubs f a composite of teachers, books, and students e a myriad of achievements e an embodiment of emotions - a tabernacle of dreams - a harmony of voices and music - a descending path to failure - a stairway to success - a moment of youth e THE TIME OF OUR LIVES. The 1970 Jacket Staff recognizes SHS to be all of this and more. Daily, we have collected, sorted, and assembled the things that have made SHS unique. We have discovered that the pulse of school life has quickened, that the challenges are harder to meet, that more is being demanded from students and teachers than ever before. Yet, there is one element above all others that makes 1969-1970 different from any SHS year in the past or any year yet to come. That one element is you. You as a person set 1969-1970 apart. Your presence here makes this year the time of our lives. We have attempted to presewe in words and pictures the happenings of the past year. Not all of the following pages contain highlight or spectacular events. Many of them speak softly of quiet times and lonely moments. We have given you what we believe to be the truth about Stephenville High School - 1969-1970 . . . A Brief Flight Through The Time of Our Lives . . ,W 1 Q ""'Nm. Qs if' , zx W -M,...,N,.,,q M ""' 'NWN m...,.,,,, 4 ,I ff, A WW ,L g'5ZH-,W 8 if , ,i m, ,. ,A 1 , W I I VV,, ,M , 2 at , W1 ,A H2 J f,2f3q.,i v , 1 ,ifgfg " Q, ' px jig A , 1 I I 5 K ,, ' ,f 4 '41, X V W 45335 ft 1 if, if 'LEX 1 , 1, vi M 2 2? H? ,Mm 1 4 ,sf 'T 3431! ay, 3 4982 ' 'VJ A2 ff " 'gf asf fu . . . Captured in Moments of Fun and Triumph .45 2 w 7 Suspended between the Yesterday of Childhood and the Promise of Tomorrow I I fb L ,W "" , il 1 nm :iw 5,f5z.wfW 'aw ,fwsmz VW W 2 MH? 8 ,,., ,IEDM ,, M22 ."'b,h 2P"'? " . 5 4? if ff f A A if 55f "Qf23' 'Q if gr Y I i?f3fF'f"a2 'Wg fslmll-fi 4 'aaikw 'ei ,gg 21, A si 9 AER' YT fax OUR 1969-1970 FLIGHT DIMENSIONS Big Hive Sports Organizations INSPIRATION Faculty Freshmen Sophornores I Juniors Seniors LABOR Advertising Index X KN Mmvv- M A x M if tg 5M-3-fff-gl KEN. xr Nmkm M wk 59? N. wmp Q NNw XYs5Nx xx X ARNEXQQN Exam R 5 : V M W. l ' f , . w-,Semin ' XM TN Niki' 1 :DE m ds - -?7Zff:S :Q .5 -,,. fn' MQ-ii ' N , Q L f gas wi fi 11,-c A x Q, ig : if Q95 . Y , X vi x wx If 5 .. -Mx, . I Q, X 1 , I gk, , 1. , XA I x :Av K 4 f X A, Q F S . v YA Q 3'8" v' , LX 1 ,j w -wtf ' X' si? up 3 x. - er, X p 5 K . N , V 5. E5 1 L Q., - 73, -.. - - K 5 f J Q- ,xx "W X A 2 1 Y f fg 3 X A . A f . Q Q" , 5 K X k ' ss . ff ""' . X ,Q rf' . , ,1 QE , , , 1, k xw W if r 4 Q . wx, Syl ., gk: N 1 4,Kk k K g 1 f Mk x it X in , ' K .4 Q - Q, 1 ' 4 X ' Q sg ' .Q 1 and Nominees Linda Dalby -udy Hughes Biff Henningsen Deana Koonsman Vicki Lowry Charles Williams 3 DIMENSIONS GF OUR FLIGHT 2 i F I H Q Wlialg, 0,14 J 'Sw f ,je M- 4 ,ff""'d Si'iS'S Big Hive . . Struggling to make ends meet. . . Q ,,,,, , it W ,, , ,, 4 V ,, ,,,L t ,W - "MQ, 7 'r im: f ' ,in wk -f , may MWfW.,,,m,, ,, W 'f 5 M v W , WW, egg, ff i W it f "' , 1 " " ,,.v. 4.- . ,.,,,,,m ,MQW Ei , , W ft W . ff "f ....,.. M 4? " 7 V Nw f 5 , X , ' , f Vx M, , ,, 1 ii A az ' , ff 1 9 f A xx N: 3? ,VV ,V ' i gf EW. Z ,i if , 21 f W X 4 . Generating Spirit . . . Sharing Fun . . . Gaining 'Q GDM DRIVER M34 . A .QM at ,,.. N .Q nl 1 ,,.,.f-'S' ' Concentrating for credits . . . .. A. ,, A,Qh ,,,,, , .nn '14 af f www ill , .1 v :ffv M ' .4 -I , 151 f ,Zi f ff if 1 f 4 A f n rewards - - - Lending a helping hand M ,ff Room and Bored all ,pf-. in 9 unsung Q if 2 ,: QU 4 , MA FQ fi Sf' 'Q ,,,,, ,W is Q do ' V6 GQ' K X ...L From Zeena Deaver's drum And Craven BentIey's rime, Many announcements come, Naming Favorites of our time Faces and Places Paint Prom Picture Contests, Citation 3,11 ww '51 R aT'w?f'4 Serving an elaborate buffet. Juniors set the stage for i'An Evening in Paris," Clay and Kermit represent SHS in lL number sense. Steve takes Baylor's first-place biology honors. Ginger. Gayla, Jane. and llelen attend the 32nd Annual Writer's Conference at TWU entering their patriotic poems in competition. Jo, who will attend Brownwood High next year, receives an honorary membership in our Student Council. In a special assembly. May 22. Kenneth. Gary, R. G.. and Lance, and Brad and Patti make their final bids for the SBP and V-P offices. Soon an intercom announcement proclaims Lance and Brad winners. Bao Yr are W -fo fhf iUxl"X X Campaigns Crowd Spring Calendar . Football at SHS. Fish Season Record Boswell Graham Mineral Wells Glen Rose Brownwood Mineral Wells Mineral Wells Austin Dublin Weatherford Brownwood Jackets Opponents 6 14 20 36 0 ' 13 Austin 14 20 22 6 18 ' 6 S Lee I 12 ' 19 O 12 8 27 34 64 tRow lj Steve Lesley, Steve Curtis, Barry Watson, Gary Wallace, Danny Spurlock, Mark Derrick, Gary Domm, Mark Porter, tRow 25 Ken McDonald, Denny Huey, Brent Fanning, Ronnie Coleman, Gary Humberson, Tommy Tuck, Jerry Lowry, Johnny Pack, Curtis Henningscn, Ronald Atkins, tRow 31 Student Coach Frierson, Adrian Warren. Tommy Pack, Jimmy Gill, Don Brown, Clyde Rhodes, Roger Ammons, Pat Kribbs, Hal Evans, Danny Dowell, Coach Potts, CROW 45 Lee Davidson, Jack Bills, Billy Grissom, Randy Stone, Bruce Satterwhite, Ricky Pack, Wayne llaley, Gayle Lee, Billy Brown g tRoW 11 Randy Jacquess, David Deaver, Terry Stone, Robert Gray, Terry Fedde, Danny Sharp, CROW 25 Dale Carpenter, Dusty Clayton, Charles Cole, Mike Trice, Mike Gilbert, Jr. Savage, Jimmy Hale, Coach Barry, tRoW 33 Coach Copeland, Stanley Johnson, Dusty Rhodes, Joe Hale, Rickey Hyde, Keith Stripling, Larry Smith, Mike Moser, James Marsh, CROW 41 John Kribbs, Bobby Nichols, Kirk Kitchens, Alan Nix, Scott Patterson, Denver Cross, Paul Chapman, Mike Sexton, Anthony Sims. JV District Champs Look Toward Varsity Season Record Jackets Oppgnentg Hico Boswell Graham Brownwood Vw Mineral Wells Castleberry Breckenridge Weatherford Brownwood l O ' 20 32 6 O ' 14 35 Granbury 6 7 O 14 ' 6 13 ' 6 49 ' 0 7 ' O 8 28 ""WM Msg,- MANAGERS: Donald Denman, Bill Dunson, Brad Barron, and Rickey Cole- H1311 SHS COACHING STAFF: Head Coach Sam Taylor fkneelingj and assistants Danny Potts, Michael Copeland, Ralph Garrett, Larry Aldridge, and Don Barry Jackets Post 7-3 Record To Tue Best In South Zone Varsity Season Record Jackets Opponents 23 Granbury 6 35 Boswell 0 13 Duncanville 28 20 Nolan 6 21 O. D. Wyatt 14 8 Brownwood 13 42 Mineral Wells 14 21 Castleberry W 6 52 Breckenridge 6 19 Weatherford 28 s 5 A as ' . L... .. K. sk .51 ."i 51 ."- :Ja 1' Q . f 21 ' .., A ' r y -, qpbqp 9 Q A ,J Varsity Football Is the Name of the Game . g if qfjgyggwg S 2aa 'fa aa 1 Tm if Rf 3 L 35 50 5 N a " aal a v C W W Us a,, a a a Ba u an L-.-1 L Jackets Total 298.3 Offensive Average 1,212 yards Passing and 1,771 Rushing "Ns SL ei Bill Richards Junior 1 letter Gary Barron Senior 1 letter Nolan Lewallen Junior 1 letter Ronald Derrick Senior 3 letters Jeff Bennett Senior 3 letters Randall Carpenter Junior 1 letter M f E ti: gal Stingy Defense Gives Up Only 123 Points Holds Foes to 176-yard Rushing Average David Garner Junior 1 letter Mike Wood Junior r W f 3 letters All-District Hon. Men. All-Area ,72t, Eddie Bramlett Senior 1 letter - -...Q X dl?" Mike Wood tabovej and Eddie Brown frightj scramble for 0580110211 Jacket yardage. Eddie Brown Senior 3 letters All-District All-Area Thirteen Seniors Complete Eligibility Thirteen Lettermen Return Next Year Greg Fannin Q Senior 2 letters Ray Pack Senior 2 letters All-District David Watkr Junior 2 letters All-District Brown, Brown, Stasey Are All-Area Pack and Wood Are Second-Team Picks glee V W LD 68 X f' 6 Darrell Stephens Sophomore My Q A W'-1 l letter Randy Pack Senior 3 letters All-District Hon. Men. All-Area Randy Mills Junior 2 letters Gary Stasey Senior 3 letters All-District All-Area W java: mf Mike Parr Junior l letter Line holds as Der rick sneaks a TD SHS Looks Up to All-State Danny Brovvn, Two-Way Performer for Jacket Varsity Dwain Brock Junior 3 letters Danny Brown Senior 3 letters All-District All-Area All-State Dennis Curtis A 5, . ,i J unior qu' fy , L, lletter tn fill Steve Deaver Senior l letter Swarming Jackets throw Brownwood for a loss. Brock, Mills, and Derrick head this Jacket defensive play 1 fx gf" 2 Q1 S i s f-:: X xii k Q1 ' -:Q NX X w mr Q S X S Q Q X 3 ii -' -'., k R5 XR he 4-IGM 1 u 4, 4 I , 'if fi' 4 J' 5 W? ws ry Sn. 4 .. M1:xk'gm:,gx.,k 6 X K M .- , sf., -Q fig' ,kxysxf A 'X' Q' r 4m"ixl',', zu- ' 4' -fr x ', xx -5 fw -sl sq I kk Q Q 552- ,Ag Q t . Y. 'Nw 1 "'xfNY353 55 N - if 1.L liz. f f ' 5 si x ' A : M . Si, 5 if f ii- i Band Names Sweetheart Traditionally, each fall, the SHS Band chooses for its sweetheart one of the senior girl members. In a pre-game ceremony at the Brownwood game, the Jacket Band reveals this year's selection with Drum Major Rickey Harding and Vice-President Wayne Baker doing the honors for Sweetheart Jo Ann. Serving as majorette all four of her high school years, Jo Ann has been Head Majorette the last two. Jo Ann Terry X 9 if ,. 'io-5 Nlajorettes and Drum Major DeVonna IVlcNeiII Sherri Foster DeDe Everett Rickey Harding Geri Jarvis Jo Ann Terry Sheila Martin Jacket Band VI P'S Debbie Waldie ,t ,V ,Q 3 W , W ti. BAND COUNCIL: Secretary Jo Ann Terry, Quartermaster John Baker, Reporter David Tomlinson, Librarian Carol Harwell, Assistant Secretary David Riggins, Director Jim Harwell, Quartermaster GaryWhitman, Vice- Pr6SidCI1i Wayne Baker, President Rickey Harding, lfreshman Representa- tive Sterling Denton, and Treasurer DeDe Everett t ' ' , nfl W r ' ' 'I igiffif f fr XZ-.I 'Jw G' K -e ,.: ja' 4221 i?fii':'fSrfiI e23wfi,: . Assistant Drum Major ALL DISTRICT: Duncan MeMahan, Carol Harwell, Gary Whitman, Terry Burgess, Ann Taylor, and Ray Andrews ALL REGIONAL: Laurie Brandon, Ann Taylor, Carol Har- well, Terry Burgess, Gary Whitman, and Ray Andrews SHS Jacket Band Successfully Combine FRENCH HORNS: Domm, Williams, C. Brandon, L. Brandon SAXOPHONES: Pipes, Terry, Foster, Stracencr, Har- rison, Musick, Christian, W. Baker BARI SAX, TENOR, SOPRANO SAX: Blasingame, Andrews, Skipper, Willman FLUTES: Newman, Robison, Everett, D. Jenkins, Mann, Taylor, D. Smith, Randy Harding, Martin, Harwell BARITONES: Perry, Leeth, Hughes. Northcutt, fOpp0- site Page, Top Rightj TROMBONES: Jacks, Tomlinson, Evans, Allen, Riggins, Gregory, Peek, Padgett, King, Mason,W. Jacks, Boucher, Dameron, Miller X X. -is Section Members will 1 1 Their Musical Talents CORNETS: Compton, Lou Ann Tomlinson, Hanson Must, Crow, Denton, Ash, Tate, Lune, Burgess, R Smith, G. Puck, King, Rickey Harding, J. Smith, J. Puck Bills. Trogdon, Cary Damcron PERCUSSION: Blanford, lzvutt, Turknott, J. Baker, Hicks CLARINLCTS: Lois Pack, Mills, Jurvis, McNeill, Bills, J linglcr, Vaughn, Bolling, S, linglcr, Lewis Puck, Wuldic Robison, Landers. MuMziliun, Martin, Whitman, Ray Purvis. Garrison, Green, liwcrs, Wecms, Carter, J. Puck S. Jenkins, Lutlrcll TUBAS1 Kimball, Stone, lilzili Q DC 5 Q QC The Ba if -.1-f., W., M , A M. ,, g. M, . --T---Q E e mass . gf To Q00 F STU!!! 5 . M 'gut s-nur G3' .Q- X RQ. THE nm, f. Q E mmf VN! 'lc- ,Vw -ik .xx N -N-....,,smsxs ., R -NNWWNN Y hV P .4 e 4 gf 2 Q ew X. .po- gilg. Q gy ., Q ws 1 .J nnnnilsaiuasm wmv SHS Band Makes I, II, II in UIL , .V 7. " . f 5' 1 Q. N. --M Q - 3 X .. ATF u.:s,3N.,-.W - K WE. VQVQRYN N 0 X ' K ,,..,,e,, MXDM, M 'e s Li-- K . if is ,,,.....,,1s ff t . 3 f The fall semester finds Director Jim Harwell and the SHS Band enjoying the able assistance of two TSC student-teachers. Demonstrating his mature UD intluence, Mr. Byron Walters helps out at the gameg while on a Stage Band tour Mr. Joe Percy demonstrates the many musical sounds of a vacuum cleaner. Marching, Sight Reading, and Concert Nuwkw-X. Mr. C. L. Gee, Mr. Harwell's third TSC student-teacher this year, confers with him about SHS,s UIL Contest musical score, "Varia- tions on a Korean Folk Songf' kk W . tn W 44 Q W you s s Band Director 4 - "' -:six 'Q . . . ' ta .. s IVIr. Jim Harwell Jacket camera captures manager Scotty Shuffield enjoying his favorite drink, the Un-Cola, while making surc ulowly I"ish" load instruments properly. SHS Stage Band wins trophies for second, third, and finally first place at SFA, Brownwood, and Castleberry contests. All-Star honors go to Ray Andrews at Brownwood and to Ray and Gary Whitman at Castleberry. Playing in the Capitol rotunda for Governor Word's Governor-for-a-Day ceremonies is a highlight in the yearis activities. The band provides dinner music for the banquet there and for the annual Band Fans Smorgasbord benefiting, Jacket Bands. V' 1. I 'P ' Wa - .Q 2 - I , R X f E, Qs K 52 -Sys Q-, Ka WSJ? I .i 2 li '9,.1f,.3iv - -" av ? " n H Q 4 943, I tl ml W0 fszggergf .NX , 'P 1 1 - Y,,NX ly? 1 Work . . un 2 tgk- f ' 'iss Stingerette Beau Ray Pack Stingerettes Welcome IVIrs. Pat White, Director-Choreographer Miki, M Mc 53-,.. ,, ,gsm -2 is X N X E, A K s W MK! ' l"l 4, -QV is :- K ' J, .. , ai, 12 fi. X K K! ,,-. Z w M 1.L b . q L 5 if S v S, Sf lv IL 1. I S. -I, - "Q, -I. Q, X' , E 1 pk 'C A5 is L L K k Alternate cheerleader Martha Melton and Sharon Smith win first Spirit Awards. ,lf if . ,. t a I ' Q .- '55 1 5- '8 f f xi Sherry Whitacre Glynda Gordon Sam McDonald Travis Garrett Debby Ewers Ginger Whitacre S H S C H E E R L E A D E R S upport Jackets and 'Bees All the Way Round Ball Crowds Sports Calendar . Mrs. Jo Horton, Ifreshman Honeybee coach, uses time-out to review game strat- egy with starting 'Bees VRESHMAN HONIZYBEES: fRow lj Rhonda Miller, Sue Hendrickson, Cynthia Wooley, Ginger Lawson, Debbie Bridges, Wanda Lucas. CROW 29 Lillie Hamilton, Dana Wolfe, Linda Weir, Pat Trogdon, Peggy Wright, Linda Taylor, Ann Jones Frosh Bees Practice, Play JV Honeybees Lose Only One Game, Win Nine JV guards, Janet Sharp, Ginger Whitaere, and Isla Snyder, keep a watchful eye on Mineral Wells forwards while teammates go after two more points on the other end of the Honey- bee court. JV HONliYBlilLS: fRow ll Kerry Roach, Margaret Boswell, Jan Gaines, Debbie Adams, Isla Snyder, Betty Jackson. lRow 25 Melody Hook, Lynn lfoster, Ginger Whitaere, Janet Sharp, Linda Derrick, Chris Montgomery Frosh, JV Prep for Bee, Jacket Varsity District Co-Champ Wasps Post 12-7 Record COACH POTTS' lfROSH: tRow lj Pat Kribbs, Steve Lesley, Jake Compton, Don Brown, Jerry Lowry, Mark Chastain, Gary Humberson, Lawrence Bible. CRow 23 Bruce Satterwhite, Billy Brown, Billy Grissom, Jimmy Pack, Wayne Haley, Kelvin Wood, Hal Evans, and Coach Potts Jr. Varsity Plays 7-6 Winning Season COACH GARRliTT'S JV: Mike Gilbert, Anthony Sims, Bill Richards, Paul Chapman, Denver Cross, Coach Garrett, Scott Patterson Kenneth Gifford, Lynn Ulmer, Kirk Kitchens, and Scott Evans Coach TayIor's Honeybees' 95-25 Rout Over De Leon Sets 'Bee Scoring Record Vicki Lowry, lforwzird Nita Stephens, Forward Glyndgr GOIdOH, Forward 219 Points, 97 Rebounds 735 Points, l25 Rebounds 16l Points, 7l Rebounds All-District All-District Jo Ann Terry, Guard Carolyn Lesley, Guard Julia Sanford, Guard 86 Rebounds 80 Rebounds 67 Rebounds All-District All-District I Posting a 20-3 Record for the Year, Bees Net 1,263 Points to Average 54.1 Defense Allows only 40.6 Per Contest DeDe Iivcrctt, Forward Connie Jackson, Guard Deana Koonsman, Guard 23 Points, 8 Rebounds 7 Rebounds 12 Rebounds l ,Ar Sandra Lesley, Guard Kay Wood, Forward "B-Bees," L nn Foster an G 20 R d eboun s 117 Points,17 Rcboun s ritacrc, 'oin arsit 'or ost-sc y d d W1 J V y f p games. Candid Camera Captures Honeybee Court Action Claiming District Crown Fifth Consecutive Year , r i onc,,r i Wwe t3 H 'Z Mm 291 m f , ,, Qgzmfsf I Z if ,, if I ,Q Seven Seniors Say Goodbye SHS Honeybees Honeybees Opponents G en Rose Hamilton De Leon Granbury Granbury Huckabay Hamilton Granbury Kopperl Burleson Huckabay Brock Peaster Santo Mineral Wells Lake View Evant - Mineral Wells Lake View Glen Rose Huckabay Canyon Varsity Scoreboard l 36 ' 33 25 ' 36 Hamilton 25 27 43 ' 30 ' 26 13 40 50 51 34 55 38 39 40 yes HONEYBEE MANAGERS: Kathy Hunter, Sharon Smith, Jolynne Hopson Sherry Whitacre, and Diane King. u X X X X xx Q X NX a'1'w 55 ig- is 7 Xg... g2" . ' X 6 K A : if ' . F N bf . . X ,, , t ,... .. z ' V W X. ,. X y-,X ., .:,. .X . ,L -- 59' 5. . . . . . .XM XX- k P . , X, ww' ,, ,X i N-swf ' I YF . i 1 X- f' I S v T A ww Q, ,sn pi 44 x 3 X X V s 3 va? X- . R X-My was W0-naw X 4' fb' -N X Six Seniors End SHS Cage Career Six Juniors and JV Bounce Back Gary Stuscy Danny Brow Senior Senior 326 points 231 points -1 liddic BFOWI1 Stcvc Deaver Gary Barron Senior Senior Senior 190 p0iI1lH 6 points 7 points 1 - Aw wma' is I as 4 23? ff? ? i, ! JPN, Je' rw iz 5' mf, """""on5n, 'H 'ZH N1 G Coach Larry Aldridge Varsity Scoreboard Jaekets Opponents Graham Hamxlton Granbury Hamrlton I-luekabay Graham Hamilton Huekabay Granbury Kopperl Granbury Brock Peaster Santo Weatherford Brownwood Breekenrxdge Mrneral Wells Weatherford Brownwood Breckenrldge Mmeral Wells 44 ' 65 70 ' ' 36 69 ' 51 61 ' ' 39 57 ' ' 46 55 ' ' 53 62 ' ' 50 48 ' ' ' 68 40 ' 35 55 56 81 Lipan 64 54 ' 41 59 61 70 37 66 53 47 ' 68 42 68 67 ' ' 49 36 A ' 45 40 ' 70 35 54 69 ' 49 51 ' ' 62 SHS Varsity Cagers Gary Stasey Lands Lynn Ulmer Moves Notch 13-10 Winning Season Record Berth on All-District AAA-4 Team From Statistician to Varsity Player X 01 0 Q, VARSITY CAGERS: fRow lj Eddie Brown, Gary Barron, Da y Brown Mike Tate' G' Stas-f St vc De ve QR 23 L , , ary ,cy , c a r ow lx gl R k y Hyde, Dwzu B k N I L allen, Mike W d W 11 M 2111115 In the Spring Honeybees' Thoughts VOLLEYBALL: CROW lj Julia Sanford, Carolyn Lesley, Susie Sorrells, CROW 11 Kay Wood, Mona Staffon. Melody Hook, Glynda Gordon, and fnot 'ri e 4 , S 1 4 Pidufedl Linda Knight Coach Horton congratulates Nita who brcaks her own Triple Jump record at SHS-hosted District Meet. Girls Track manager. De Dc Everett takes care of Elaine's injury. FIELD: Kerry Roach, Nita Stephens, Jun Gaines Rhonda Miller, Jo Ann Gooch, Marvncll Wright Chris Montgomery TRACK: Sandra Smith, Lynn Foster, Kerry Roach, Nita Stephens. Ginger Whitacre, Rhon- da Miller, Elaine Blanford. Lou Ann Tomlinson, Connie Morton, Susan Williams, Jo Ann Gooch, Marvnell Wright, lfredia Hurt tnot picturcdl WSE Turn to Volleyball, Track and Field Events . . Volleyball and Track and Field competition fill the Honeybees' spring sports calendar. Eight girls make the long trek to Vernon to represent SHS in the district volleyball contest. Track and Field competition at- tracts fifteen Honeybees as participants. Four of these compete in both. Encouraged not only by their coach, Mrs. Jo Hort- on, and her helper, Coach Danny Potts, but also by their ever-faithful manager De De Everett, Honeybees participate in practice meets at Gatesville and Coman- che before hosting the Girls Track District Meet at TSC. Seven 'Bees earn the right to compete at the Regional Meet in Comanche. Nita Stephens enters regional competition in Triple Jump, Broad Jump, 100-Yard Dash, 880 Relayg Muffin fConnieJ Morton in Wt..W:,3a..y,aa,, , M ,ak fm .JJMQ M 5 ri ,S A .,' .55 gs. 100-Yard Dashg Ginger Whitacre in 880 Relay, Kerry Roach in High Jump, Broad Jump, 80 Meter Hurdles, 880 Relay, Jo Ann Gooch in High Jump, 220-Yard Dash, 880 Relayg Lou Ann Tomlinson in 880 Relay. Regional winners e Nita, Kerry, and Jo Ann in field events, Kerry, Lou Ann falternatej, Jo Ann, Ginger and Nita in the 880 Relay, and Nita, Jo Ann and Kerry in sprints f advance to state competition in Abilene. Nita places fifth in Triple Jump, ninth in Broad Jump, and ninth in 100-Yard Dash: Kerry sixth in High Jump and eighth in Broad Jump. Sandra, Lynn, Rhonda, Elaine, Susan, Marv, Jan, Chris, and Fredia also add to 'Bee effort. Golfers Swing Big Stick Three Too Many NXT Teammates Mike Moser, Tommy Brooks, James Hoover, Craig Dameron, and frightj Coach Potts and Number One Jacket Golfer Scott Evans head for district competition where caddies Cary Dameron, Ted Helms, David Parker, and Mike Trice lend moral support. Wasps Get the Blues, Ribbons, That ls .. ' 21411 .tg FRESHMAN TRACK: Coach Potts, Managers Edward Davidson, David Leethg Pat Kribbs, Tommy Pack, Don Brown, Mark Chastain, Randy Stone, Wayne Haley, Billy Brown, Billy Grissom, Bruce Satterwhite, Gayle Lee in Field Events: Mile Relay: Grissom, Haley, Pack, D. Brown: 440 Relay: D, Brown, Pack, B. Brown, Stone, Jerry Lowry, Chastain, Tommy Tuck, Hal Evans in 880, Mile ,Q . K id", ,Me l?f ,,, we-fa' MANAGERS: Nat Wofford, Brad Barron. COACH Don Barry FIELD EVENTS: Dennis Curtis, Larry McMahan, and Bobby Nichols, Pole Vaultg Gene Stewart and Anthony Sims, Broad Jump DISTANCE RUNS: Danny Hughes, Mile, Travis Garrett, 8803 Lanny Spikes, Mile, Gary Bills, 880, and Charles Williams, 880 V, Twenty-nine Thinliclads Compete for SHS Mike Jumps 2l'4 M " To Qualify for Regional ,., , ? , MQ, lg f ,...1,,,,M , ,. 1,,'-1 lg, gy 4, V wwf- ,- .. 1, ,-,W E - 34,4 , ':.-+P".-ggrf."::--?: :W f-. A 61- 1f,.-... , V- 1 T.. ,V , ,a-M. . .1 , fm, v. ar V W H U, ,,5 .,4,,ge3'Ernm?as,, wh ,,L, 4. 1 .3-.va H ! c ,.,,,q 4 " ,'7f, .izqh Y V , ,. V . ' .f-' z 1 . , 'fwa, iid 1 ' . ,' , -- -,,,,wz5fffgf21rl5? 525 -V "-- ' ' .A , , A ' .gt , ,fl -i A Ci, ffwxf isvigwgewvlwflffa ' , ,- f ',,,,3 ' V A T T wifi? A a gg I W U , i, ' A N - '- i ,,,m , eyl' ' ' ' A ,rv " , firffjxfygl ' J ' "ffm 'M , ,, L- ' MW ,eww ' i f "T: as S x,am"b', ,, Qu r I x , t T' f, ,A In fBelow, Top to Bottom, Left to rightJ Nolan Lewallen, 440, Mile, Alan Nix, 440 Relay, 100, 220g Mike Wood, Broad Jump, 440 Relay, Mile Relay, 100, 2205 Danny Brown, 440 Relay, Mile Relay, Shot, Discus, Randy Mills, 440, 440 Relay, Mile Relayg Randall Carpenter, 440, Hurdles Danny Brown L Q51 X j Q- xt,..i.tt, v .Q J K g, i tg ,,,., ' . ' R , 5 ' ' - '1 5Y'sii1fwaf1gi 5 K ,. , WX ' ' - - 751 fwfr: Q55 ,Q sem. V f i JL X all .. ff f x - A Q .-iilmlai . rf. 68 Rusty Chandler Senior Stasey, Juniors Dunson Jacket South Zone Co-Champs VARSITY BASEBALL: tRow IJ Rusty Chandler, Mike Wood, Bill Dunson, Steve Deaver, Don Brown, QROW 23 Greg Fanning, Dwain Brock, David Watkins, Nolan Lewzrllen, Larry Ogle, Danny Brown, Gary Stasey 1 'Sis- 'ff llsr r . B , - ,,.,-.g- ,, rrfrrrf . . . ,,.,,. --shrugs ? 8 f ...,.. , it U xx , .,.. W, ,, izgqetia -Q - 1 fr' 'A 7 r fly ,rr' tr gi ir L- ,iirri Q A i AAAA ig ' E 1 o r fi -5,1 K 5 K f, , i ,,, 4 ' ,.., A. or L ... Steve Deaver Larry Ogle Gary Stasey and Wood Receive All-District Honors, Lose Representative Berth to Weatherford SHS Jacket JV Diamondmen Post 5-1 Record JV Coach Varsity Coach Mr. Ray Ater SEASON RECORD Mr. Ralph Garrett Jackets Opponents 18 Lampassas 3 1 Cleburne 4 2 Cleburne 5 12 Lampassas 3 2 Burleson 1 8 Boswell 1 20 Graford 1 12 Santo 5 1 Santo 6 6 Mineral Wells 2 1 Weatherford 7 10 Mineral Wells 6 1 Weatherford 0 2 Weatherford 6 Varsity Summary Teamwise, Coach Garrett,s varsity baseballers finished with a .462 OBA and a total of 559 bases for the year to include 118 hits and 106 RB1's and commit 50 errors while opponents bobble 92 tries. Giving up 63 hits, Jackets allow only 49 runs. Five pitchers see action in the 9e5 season and hurl 92 strike-outs in 91 innings. Chandler finishes as the only unde- feated pitcher, and Dunson the biggest winner. Wood, with a pair of base hits to his credit, is the top relief pitcher. Offensively for the Stingers, Stasey finishes with the most bases, highest OBA, most RBl,s, and extra base hits. Wood and Chandler commit only two errors apiece. Earning All-South Zone 3A-4 honors, Stasey, Dunson and Wood gain recognition for themselves and SHS. Returning next year are six lettermen and 12 from Coach Ateris JV. Jacket Rackets SINGLES: Don Rez DOUBLES: Phillip Boswell, Randy Rez President SHS Leads District Council Freak-Out Fever Sparks SHS Spirit - is sq-. 6 JP' ig Council's Big, Big Project in '70 . Rec Boorn Becomes Jacket Joint SIQNIORSZ Bill' Hcnningscn. Gary Stascy, Charles Williams, Vicki Lowry, Deana Koonsrnan, Gary Barron, Stcvc Dcavcr, Richard Nachtigall, and inot picturcdl Linda Dalby, Martha Molton, Connie Porter JUNIORS: Gary Whitman, Pcrry llicks, .ludy llughcs, Dennis Curtis, Jolynnc llopson, Lancs Knight. Kay Wood, Randall Car- pcnlcr SOl'llOMORlCS: llfrom Topj John Bakcr. Tcrry Stone, Dalc Car- penter. Gingcr Whilacrc, Jan Gaines, and lnot picturcdj Jo Ann Gooch. Miko Moser lfRliSllMliN: llfrom Topi Mark Porter. Pat Kribbs, Billy Grissom, 'Y L . - :. we . is X Q Margo Roberson, Dcbbic Bridges, Vic Johnson, Billic Riggs Nl M, fem. Nw B T-is R 5 e 1 l l lVlr. Hailey 513 -sf a. J I V I f , ,S 'E ff V 142 I I hs' 4 , l+, ,Q-qxx 'ff f My ,, ,Q . Q 54 yf Q , 2 'N x . A-Wm V 44 4 V, A ,V A ,jwf 1 w ,1 ' I! wwf V 'vi ly' . X! ' fx 1 M -xg i X Council Officers Do Their Bit . Seven elected representatives from each of the four SHS classes, the four delegates to last year's state conven- tion and the elected student body president and vice-presi- dent serve as Stephenville High's thirty-three member stu- dent government. These SHS Council members plan and put into effect memorable policies and activities. Sponsor- ed by Mr. Hailey and Mrs. Chastain, they hold regular meetings in Mrs. Chastain's room. To finance Council projects, members also operate Rec Room concessions at free period and noon. This year's Council-sponsored week of Homecoming activities filled with hilarity and excitement Y Sock It to ,Em Day, Turn-About Day, Dress-Up Day, Freak-Out and Bicycle Day, Color and Quiet Day - inspires top-notch school spirit. The sweet taste of a 52 to 6 victory over Breckenridge Buckaroos and the 'fheavyu sounds of Homecoming dance music by the Clover Company leave Homecoming 1969 a pleasant memory in SHS history. Autumn activities also include Stephenville's serving as President of the District Student Council Convention held at Mann Junior High, Abilene. The Christmas spirit quickly spreads over SHS with a Council-sponsored locker decoration contest, a special Santa's mailbox, and a beautifully decorated tree for the traditional Christmas assembly. Second semester finds Council members campaigning against litter, sweeping the campus clean and SHS spirit into a swirl, and staging a Sadie Hawkins Day, "chuck full of rip snortin' fun!" Cliinaxing the 1969-70 activities and looking toward 1970-71, the Council sponsors next year's SBP election. Vice-President Biff Henningsen Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Deana Koonsman Connie Porter Treasurer Reporter Gary Barron Martha Melton N H S Officers Adviser Myrtle Davenport President Gary Barron Vice-President Barbara Manley Secretary Cathy Brandon Treasurer Martha Melton Reporter Vickie Bills Johnnye Engler David Hancock Mike Hancock Kay Hooks Richard Nuchtigall Kermit Northcutt Larry Ogle Jerry Smith Ann Taylor Honor Society Holds Induction Banquet, LW.. i' Q ' , , , f rm, N.f'tm W , ,gf it 'ui fx .MA , N , 2 X " if Gives NEA Membership, Scholarships, Hosts Picnic Honoring "All-A" Students Two SHS Seniors and Eighteen Juniors Accept Honor Society Membership , l Biff Henningscn Rugene Wood Cyd Baumgardner Eddie Bearden R. G. Becker rs. Pat Black Kzirleece Chumney Debi Daniel Cindy Denton Janice Dowell Debby Ewers Perry Hicks Judy Hughes Dianna lrick Alice Porter Kenneth Purvis Beverly Ryan Patti Smith Lynn Ulmer Donna Walker 1 l 5 is Mrs. Cleo Ferguson, SHS librarian, also serves as adviser for the nineteen-member QV Club. On the club calendar are regular bi-weekly luncheon meetings featuring enlightening and entertaining programs. Traveling via SHS "Yellowhound," delegates attend District TALA in Dallas where their scrapbook wins first place contest honors, gaining recognition for the club and SHS. Bestowing a special honor on Mary Anne Yar- brough, fellow club members name her QV Sweetheart for 1969-1970. Social highlights of the year are the Christmas party and the spring picnic. QV Sweetheart 1969-1970 Mary Anne Yarbrough OV Adviser, Mrs. Cleo lferguson , ,, ,,., , v,Y,, N. ,,. .,,,,, ..........,.,,.,.....,Q,.....,.........u President, Mary Anne Yarbrough Secretary-Reporter, Deborah Pipes 711334 'N 15 ll',i"W?Tl'59 f l ' , 2 s 1 Vice-President, Cynthia Stewart Historian, Alice Darnell Parliamentarian, Becky Robinson Linda Knight Sharon Leatherman Letha Grissom WWW Debra Taylor M2iIg2iI'CI NCLXSC Mary Hicks Nancy Clark Ann Ray 5 'Qdkixk Q Y I A ,- 2 Q 2 F f 5 2 T- N-41' Linda Taylor Caroline Jackson Kathy Anderson Donna Robison .biz lik' Diann Buck ll' Sharlyn Turncy Las Chaquetas A i. 1969-1970 183:41 ,. ring Mudrinzi Mrs. Lillie Ruth Laird Presidente Biff Henningsen Consejeru u lu Mudrinu Sharon Smith Viee-Presidente Sain Nleljonuld Seerelziriu Suwn Clitiwtuiii Tesoreru Cynthia Denton Reporterti Mzirtliti Melton Stirgenttis Phyllis Johnston Jiiniee Doxxell I .a.q,,.1 fy. V J 5 Nb Working closely with Mrs. Laird, Donna. Alice, Sinn. Connie, und Danny Procter inot piettiredl eoniprixe our illustrious Stinger stuff. Striving to edit un imue every other lfriduy, the stuff diligently resettruhen xehool activities. club news, rointinees, and gomsip for students to enjoy tit the mere price ot' ten cents, Juniors at SHS Excel in Spanish Spirit ff , AZ? 15 f ,V W 2 4 .Q Q y lf X Q., nay, if. 7 ' "' YV! ,n JUNIOR MliMBliRS: tRow lj Cynthia Denton. Beverly Ryan, Janice Dowell, Glynda Gordon, Debbie Waldie, Debbie Stracener, Becky Robinson, CROW 21 Randy Harding, Debra Wolfe, Sharon Smith, Alice Darnell, Caroline Vandaveer, Suzanne Sattcrwhite, Donna Walker, Sharon Engler, Susan Chastain, CROW 33 James Boucher, Alice Porter, Isla Snyder, Karleece Chumney, Charles Lohrmann, Michelle Walters, Zoe Miller, Judy Riggs, Danny Procter , P .,. 1 N .et vi it , :rf i I-fx rdf' 4 . 'x ,TW Qt. . OTHER MEMBIQRS: tRow ll David Hancock, Kermit Northcutt. David Riggins, Martha Melton, Sam McDonald, Phyllis Johnston, Travis Garrett, Kenny Yeager, Biff Henningsen, fRow 21 Sterling Denton, Curtis Henningscn, Susan Scott, Ginger Whitacre, Mona Staffon. DeeAnn Runyon, Joe Walls. Garry Anderson, tRow 31 Charles Peek, Dusty Rhodes, Larry Smith, Roger Animons, and tnot picturedl DeDe Everett, Debbie Rhodes, Ken McDonald -.-P" Congratulations Initiation, Party Convention Banquet David Hancock Receives S75 x m ' if PASF Austin l 'lamb PASF Scholarship to Monterrey Institute E L: L Lf K L A Q A ' ,. " A ? L L ev' sf ,L fb ,,, "'g 'Q A Ka -" K ' L- L .8 , 4. L A ' ' 1 IL L S , 8' LQL "af - aiu Three SHS'ers Sing in Nlr. Mike Morton Choir Director ln September, the SHS Choir sees Casa Mzfn'ana's uThe Fantasticsf' Having enjoyed this treat, members are ready to begin work on their own production, "The Music Man." December 18-20 are indeed red-letter dates on the Choir calendar, proving what all-out effort can accomplish. ln late December Ray, Wayne, Jeannie, Jo Ann, David, Rickey, Randy, Carol, Kay, Denise, Susan, David, Dianne, Frank, Ann, Steve, and Ronnie make All-Region Choir, gaining recognition for themselves and SHS. Later, Senior members enjoy a special privilege - staying in the Dallas Statler Hilton and going to hear Rickey, David, and Ray sing with the All-State Choir. Then the big event in March is IL Choir Contest where SHS makes a two in sight reading and in concert. The Choir Tour on chartered Grey- hounds to sing in Hico, in Godley, and at TCU and to see 'gAnne of a Thousand Days" on May 4 and the Spring Concert on May 18 crowd the calendar. Singing for the Bacca- laureate service is the final program for the year. Rickey Harding David Riggins .ov-"" Officers and Committccmen - Susan Martin, Secretary Dianne Smith, Brad Allen, President Wayne Baker, Kay llooks, Treasurer Carol Harwell, Jo Ann Gooch, Vice-President Scotty Shufficld, and tnot picturcdj Ann Taylor and Rickey Harding - form SHS Choir Council. All-State Choir, Two Are Alternates . . Ray Andrews Randy Harding Ann Taylor are me rr , rr als 'XS ,is fs- -,As-xi A . A . ,.., .. .. Q- K , L .szdilke . . , .... ,..r... M ......,,,......,.,.,,... SHS CHOIR: QROW lj Brenda Whitehead, Fredia Hurt, Debbie Garcia, Jo Ann Gooch, Dianne Smith, Rugene Wood, Jeannie Davidson, Teresa Wood, Carolyn Whitfield, Carol Harwell, Kay Hooks, Sherry White, Mr. Morton, tRow 21 Etta Jo Smith, Lola Bible, Taresa Whitenton, Elaine Blanford, Denise Landers, Nancy Clark, Diane Wesson, Ella Mae Rogers, Shirley Wright, Cindy Garrison, Paula Moon, Debbie Waldie, Michelle Walters, Rita Boucher, tRow 35 Tommy Hilliard, Greg Lune, Leonard Green, Bing King, Keith Stripling, Jennie Barron, Carolyn Gaither, Marchelle Lee, Gary Carpenter, Ann Taylor, Susan Martin, Frank Summers. tRow 45 James Slaten, Stanley Johnson, Terry Olliff, Steve Trogdon, Wayne Baker, Scotty Shuffield, Rickey Coleman, Royce Lee. Brad Allen, David Riggins, Rickey Harding, Randy Harding, Lewis Pack, Lou Ann Tomlinson The Music IVIan IVIerits Standing Ovation f I i s 3 5 I i i i Q" 1 ' 'Z Q., 'Q ,. l .fv- nr: .0 .f vnvu. . . Q.- .vw sun". . 1.5, rlv Q. Q ,,.. nv. .v ,- u -G rv ' B- x Quays. Q x 1 mini Lf fm, Choir Voices Fill SHS Halls, "Happy Birthday, lVlr. Hailey," Sing for Clubs, Contests, Concerts SHS lVlath-lVlaker's Nlaladies , M Multiply Mr. Crabtrce's slide rulc demonstration to club members doesn't rcally break the camera. Cathy just has to rc-load bcforc she can "shoot" the officers. Rumors arc thcy'rc planning a picnic to climax thc ycar's activities. as cr r' ,lofi . - f Q54 i . - ,, Y, . . ,Kg . Siifs X V K a 'K . L ' :- VN . , w.. Q E VRESHMAN. SOPHOMORIL MEMBERS: QROW 19 Mr. Crabtree, Susan Williams. Dcc Ann Runyon.DcroncJcnk1ns, Debbie Smith, Susan Hubbard, Laurie Brandon. Donald Denman, QROW 23 Dusty Rhodes. Ginger Whitacrc, Kerry Roach, Chris Montgomery, Clay Knapp. Rod Grccn, Alan Nix, Larry Smith, Dave Parker lVlath Club Officers President W 'V Ann Taylor Vice-President Richard Nachtigall Secretary Kathy Allen Treasurer Kermit Northcutt Reporter Charles Lohrm ann Sgts.-at-Arms Perry Hicks Gary Bills QR """K"'k, Wkxl 'V' JUNIOR, SENIOR MIQMBI-IRS lSeatcdJ Donald Rez, Patti Smith, Debbie Domm, Nelda Perry, Ann Taylor, Rugene Wood, Cathy Brandon, Kathy Allen, Donna Walker, Terry Fredd, CStandingj Charles Lohrmann, Perry Hicks, James Boucher, Duncan MeMahan, Richard Nachtigall, Travis Garrett, Kermit Northcutt, Pat Black, liddie Bearden, Ronald Becker, Lynn Ulmer, Rudy Hinojos, Jerry Smith, Dennis Curtis, Larry Ogle, Danny Procter, Gary Bills, Charles Williams, Gary Stasey, Roy Bills Field Trips Highlight Science Club Year Mrs. Carol Bane is adviser for sixteen senior and twenty-two underclass students, members of Stephen- ville Highis Science Club. Serving as club officers this year are President Richard Nachtigall, Vice-President Randy Harding, Secretary Debbie Domm, Treasurer Kermit Northcutt and Sgts.-at-Arms Rudy Hinojos and David Tate. Field days to Longhorn Caverns and to Fort Worth to visit Terrell Laboratories and the Science Museum and dine at Zuider Zee's are club activities long to be remembered. 'gOld Man Winter,s" belated and unex- pected visit on March 21 cancels a special trip to lnterspace Caverns and sets the stage for those mem- bers vvho have no conflicting responsibilities to attend Baylor University's Science Fair. A picnic in the spring culminates the year's activities. Members Meet To Plan Ahead, President R. N. Takes a Scientific Count 'W , A ,,,, Amin: i i ,A:1, M . ...., , so gi Q sf- 'sf Q , 8 ,F 2 A SENIOR MEMBERS: CROW lj Mrs. Bane, Suzi Robertson, Phyllis Johnston, Sherry Whitaerc, Deborah Pipes, Karen Fitzgerald, Martha Melton, Biff Henningsen, CROW 23 Kermit Northeutt, Richard Naehtigull, Larry Ogle, Murle Blasingame, Dale Wood, David Riggins, Gary Bills, Travis Garrett, and Charles Williams OTHER MEMBERS: iRow lj Rudy Hinojos, David Tomlinson, John Baker, Dusty Clayton, QROW 2JJames BOUCIICT, Riilldy Harding, Patti Smith, Aliee Darnell, Jan Gaines, Susan Williams, Debby liwers, Kathy Allen, Dean Willman, 1Row 33 Melvin Millilf- Karleeee Chuniney, Darline Anderson, David Tate, Geri Jarvis, Debbie Domm, Perry Hieks, Sandra Smith, and Terry lfedde FFA Enriches SHS Ag Program Preparing Show Animals Field Trips 'sw 0 M' F, ii F M, 4 , I . , 1 ' F ,F .j Plant and Animal Science in F FA IVI otto 'learning to Do . . . Doing to Learn . . Earning to Live . . Living to Serve Field Trips Soil Science Range and Grass Identification Farm Mechanics Farm and Ranch Training FFA Teams Compete LVL V A . - J tiff" ggi I ' . . .Q . I A - '- .,..g. L L, .- eee-. ,Z S b .Q 3, X - if L 2' . all .-'.' f A "fi . - - .Q e ee e i H ' G T f' S I K1 1 l 3 K IV s ..s.,.-Q. gs' K I E .. ' -.,- - Individuals Seek Degrees SHS State Farmer Degree candidates are La.rry Harris, Eddie Bramlctt, Randall Carpenter, Royce Lec, Bill Richards, Eddie Beardcn, Richard Nachti- gall, and Gary Whitman. t"'e'r'fsi wA,..A,Q,.,'f 1969-1970 FFA Teams LIVESTOCK JUDGING fat Ieftjz Hicks, Bramlett, Garner, Nachti- gall, AREA IV FIRST PLACE LAND JUDGING fbottom leftl: Wallace, K. Wood, Wofford, Mr. Stephens, Warren, Mr. Christian, AREA IV FIRST PLACE DAIRY PRODUCTS fbottom rightjz D. Carpenter, Bearden, Kennedy COpposite Pagej GREENHAND QUIZ: Wallace, Lietz, Moser, RADIO BROAD- CASTING: Peacock, Nachtigall, Lewalleng JR. CHAPTER CON! DUCTING: CROW IJ Lesley, Kennedy, M. Derrick. CROW 25 Dusty Rhodes, G. Barron, Lietz, Dunson, Jerry Lowry, SR. CHAPTER CONDUCTING: CRow IJ Peacock, Richards, Dale Hancock, J. Hancock, Lewallen, QROW 25 Kimball, Rickey Stone, Bearden, Nachtigall, Whitman, SR. RANGE AND PASTURE: Bramlett, Bcardcn, Dale Hancock, Nachtigallg SR. LAND JUDGING: Knapp, Boren, Brock, Jerry Huckabee '-0-uf 1,if?ilEaI Alllzifi sa BMRY PRODUCTS TARLEIGN STATE COLLEGE , h re' ua W TW? U V ! I 2 wif ffffzg 14' wg, fm, 4 'bi FFA Advisers Promote Participation ui lk Mr. Gail Christian Mr. Rex Stephens FFA Sweetheart Linda Dalby Local FFA President Greg Fanning holds the Sweetheart jacket for SHS Chapter Sweetheart Lin- da Dalby. FFA Officers A Treasurer Eddie Bearden Vice-President Jerry Walker State President Murray Edwards President Greg Fanning Sweetheart Linda Dalby Sentinel Gary Whitman Reporter Dale Hancock Secretary Richard Nachtigall are ra ,.,,, , swiym, W W df FFA Welcomes State President to SHS AG CO-OP: tRow 17 Robert Gray, Doug Buris, Greg Fanning, Kirby Pack, Dale Hancock. CROW 21 Ronald Derrick, Jerry Walker, Danny Brown, William Parker, Eddie Bcarden, and Knot picturedj Tommy Brooks, Don Lucas. Students in Cooperative Part-Tiine Training in Vocational Agriculture spend an hour each school day in class receiving instructions in the occupation for which they are training and three hours each school day at a training station. To qualify for the program, stu- dents niust be 16 years old in Grades ll or 12, have consent ot' parents, be cap- able ot' becoming a competent worker, and have an interest in and a vocational need for such training. SHS training stations are Z-Bar Ranch, Tri-Angle Ranch, E-B Ranch, Watts Ranch, Hope Dale Farm, Pack Grade A Dairy, Farin- ers Milling Company, Inc., Fanning Grade A Dairy, Hampton Grade A Dairymlj tRocking Pj Ranch, Moncriei' Grade A Dairy, and Sanders Tractor Supply. Mr. Rex Stephens is serving his second year as Co-op Ag Co-ordinator. w 02 Gfficers Invite Fish . "Come As You Are" i My ,J Prospective FHA,ers have summer opportunity to get acquainted with machines. Na if a X i , S xx X. FIRST YEAR MEMBERS: CROW lj lfrcdia Green, Margaret Neasc, Donna Robison, Claire Mast, Joyce Pack, Joy Jones, Linda Mills Lois Pack, Donna Wood, Sue Graham, 1Row 21 Marsha Rogers, Linda Walker, Lou Ann Tomlinson, Sharon Sims, Margo Robertson Sharon Sanders, Sharon Lovelace, Sheila Martin, Janet Jackson, IROW 31 Jane Griffin, Beverly lfishcr, Donna Bruns, Sarah Schmidt Taressa Turley, Michelle Walters, Rhonda Miller, Cynthia Wooley, Johnelle Kincannon, Leann Wccms FHA Officers President Deana Koonsman First Vice-President Nancy Hancock Second Vice-President Karen Fitzgerald Third Vice-President Mary Anne Yarbrough Fourth Vicc-President Rita Boucher Fifth Vice-President Connie Porter Secretary Carolyn Lesley Treasurer Ellen Skipper Parliamentarian Susan Martin Sgts.-at-Arms Deborah Pipes Martha Melton . 35 f K ' 1 at .X xi 'R M 1 E FHA . . . In Action for America Mrs. Rosellen Davis, Mrs. Faye Greenway, and Mrs. Sue Kribbs frightj serve as advisers to Stephenville Highis FHA, a national Youth Organization of Homemaking Education students. Under their supervision FHA,ers enjoy opportunities for developing indi- vidual and group initiative in planning and carrying out home, school, and community activities. In an early fall assembly .lo Ann Terry accepts from Mr. Hailey a special award fabovej given by the Coca Cola Bottling Company in recognition of creativity in the football program. Planning, publishing, and selling football programs is an annual FHA Project. To promote communication for the improvement of human relations, the objective for this 25th anniversary year of Future Homemakers of America, provides members an opportunity to grow as an individual, to contribute to home and family living, and to develop leadership and co-operation. 3 .... 4 FHA'ers Host Dads Daddy-Date Night 5:55-K SECOND YEAR MEMBERS: fRow lj Linda Smith, Mary Harrison, Mary Hicks, Vicki Little, Debbie Hale, Lynn Lumsdcn, Caroline Vandaveer, Laurie Brandon, Debby Perry, Debbie Stracener, Kay Hooks. Connie Jackson, Sandra Jenkins, Helen Garrett, QRow 23 Glynda Gordon, Alice Darnell, Zonelle Newman, DeeAnn Runyon, Vickie Mann, Jeanmarie Nichols, Connie Morton, Jan Gaines, Susan Scott, Debbie Adams, Jeannie Davidson, Carolyn Whitfield, Dianna lrick, fRow 31 Vicki Britt, lilaine Ganske, Karleeec Chumney, Vicki Lowry, Carolyn Voss, Ginger Whitacre. Diane Wesson. Sandra Smith, Christine Montgomery 'War 0-an 1 wiv THIRD YEAR MIZMBICRS: fRow lj Susan Martin, Rosanna Bolling, Nelda Perry, Ann Cox, Susan Chastain, Janice Dowcll, Vickie Bills, Carolyn Lesley, .lo Ann Terry,1Row 21 Vicki Jones, lfrankic Carr, Dianne Smith, Judy Riggs. Zoe Miller. Rucmnia lfrizzcll, Wanda Rutherford. Karcn Martin 06 Nancy Hancock. . . Tops in Homemaking Knowledge, Attitudes SHS' 1970 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Having received results from General Mills, Search for the American Homemaker of Tomorrow, Mrs. Davis presents the SHS winner in assembly. Local winners advance to state com- petition. FOURTH YILAR MEMBERS: 1Row lj Suzi Robertson, Nancy Hancock, Pat Swain, Sherry Whitacre, Martha Melton, CROW 27 Ellen Skipper, Deana Koonsinan, Rita Boucher, Karen lfitz- gerald, Deborah Pipes, Debra Robinson, Mary Anne Yar- brough FHA Beau Dennis Curtis uk 3' 5 dpi k,.,.. ii 7 OEA OFFICERS President Barbara Manley Vice-President Vicki Jones Secretary Debby Martin VOE Treasurer Nancy Hancock Pre-Lab Treasurer Doris Graham Reporter Debbie Rhodes Parliamentarian Don King Historian Judy Riggs Historian Sherri Foster OEA at SHS 30 VOE and Pre-Lab Members IVIrs. Pat White, Adviser Martha Melton, second semester OEA member, adjusts OEA banner Johnnye Englcr SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE Mr. J. C. Helm, Jr. Secretaries, Mrs. M ae Crane, Mrs. Avis Colwick Linda Dalby TOWN SHOPPE Mrs. Pat Barham Mr. John Ed Barham I f"'l g Dianne Smith CASHON'S in Donitu Martin BROOKS REAL ESTATE Mr. Thurman Cashon Mr. Edd Brooks 10 Martha Adams CHAMBER Olf COMMERCE Col. Dave Montgomery Mrs. Marion Dillon Debbie Rhodes Norma Ferguson FARMERS lflRST NATIONAL BANK Mr. Jim Chambers Mr. Ray Rankin OEA Members on the Job Sandy Quarles PERRY'S Mr. Robert Balfour Debra Robison SHS LIBRARY Mrs. Cleo Ferguson "ig, wr, Emo J Nancy Hancock C. O. MCMILLAN, ATTORNEY Mr. C. O. McMillan Mrs. Ruth Hollingsworth OEA Participation Enriches Pre-Lab and Debby Martin DEE WHITE PHILLIPS 66 OIL CO. Mr. Dee White Patty Purvis ALTARAS CLINIC Dr. Leon Altaras Debra Taylor TAYLOR'S SERVICES Mr. Elyson Taylor Pat Swain CITY Olf STEPHENVILLE Mrs. .Ioyce Pemberton Barbara Manley ERATH COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OPERATIVE Mr. Clinton Cox Mrs. Betty Olsen Darline Anderson STEPHENVILLE HOSPITAL Mr. Hilton Crane Suzi Robertson CASHON'S Mr. Bobby Cashon Debbie McWilliams GULI' STATES UNITED TELEPHONE CO. Mrs. Rosie Lee Reeves Karen Fitzgerald, second semester member, practices transcribing from recorder dictation. VOE's Learning While Earning Program A.. K, ew 'L W1 i Q 3 4 Four 0EA'ers Attend State Convention . . Pre-Lab Girls lVlan OEA Booth J- Q ..,-1-Li .f are " , .X -X 3 t 'I-S ggi . -5 JX445, 'Wu it VOE Co-Ordinator, Mrs. Pat White fabove, standing rightj, and three delegates, Nancy Hancock, Judy Riggs. and Zoe Miller, represent SHS's OEA Chapter at the Area III Youth Leadership Conference in Galveston. Judy and Zoe prepare a scrapbook of all the year's activities to enter in the Chapter Activities Manual Contest. Judy and Nancy enter thc clerical arithmetic competition. and Zoe enters the spelling competi- tion. The girls fat Ieftj arrange Nancy's entry, K'Will These Billions Ever Bloom for You'?", which places eighth in OEA Chapter Display Contest. If PRE-LAB MEMBERS: Dianna lrick, Lana Wise, Doris Graham, Judy sf Riggs, Zoe Miller, Bobbie Shelton, Vicki Jones, and Sherri Foster DECA Adviser 1969-1970 lVIr. John Hefton DECA Sweetheart 1969-1970 Ann 'ramme I Announcing DFCAS elloiee of Ann as sweetheart, President Darrell Stone tustens her sweetheart brz1eelet,t1 gift from the club. gggggwgl, S sg Q 2 Ml ye, 35 S S if E E S f tk ww W AVWW42 -Z ,ww DECA Gfficers President Darrell Stone Vice-President Lonnie Brown Secretary Sharon Mast Treasurer Mary Anne Yarbrough Parliaiiientariari Mike Graham Reporter V Alva Mast Chaplain Ann Trammell Historian Steve Walker Mike Graham GlBSON'S DISCOUNT Mr. Neal Guthrie Six of Stephenville High's twenty-eight DECA members, accompanied by DE Co- ordinator John Hefton, represent SHS in Area V DECA contest at Austin, Sharon Mast in Advertising, Darrell Stone in Job Interview, Alva Mast in Window Display, Mike Graham in Sales Demonstration, Linette Davis in Public Speaking, and Lonnie Brown alternate in Public Speaking. Placing in the top three at Austin, Alva, Sharon, and Linette earn the right to compete at the State Youth Leadership Conference in Hous- ton where they are rated in the top ten. PM MW if ,SWS 'w"M",, 1 'L 3 ' N if I Sharon Mast SMITI-VS CLEANERS Mrs. Coffee Smith Sum McDonald MUSIC MART Mr. Robert McDonald Marvncll Wright McCRORY'S Mr. Michael Ifzumcr DE Students at SHS Affiliate With Distributive Education Clubs of America fy iffy fs Alf' 2 ,ig sig,-W 5 .fn IE .ic H Alva Mast McCRORY'S Mr. Michael Farmer Beth Watts WATTS LADIES STORE 4' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Watts f Steve Walker BRUNER'S CHEVROLET Mr. Dwain Bruner Bette Grant THE MARK Mrs. J. C. Helm, Jr. Darrell Stone DENMAN'S Mr. Cecil Denman Earl Gooch BROWN'S APPLIANCES Mr. Charles Humbcrson Linette Davis JAKE 84 DOROTHY'S Mrs. Dorothy Roach Mary Anne Yarbrough STEPHENVILLE DAILY EMPIRE Mrs. Virginia Ellis Mr. John McCloskey ' NYM' 20 Debbie Whitenton CONTINENTAL BUS STATION Mr. E. R. Carpenter Paula Joiner McCRORY'S, part-time AVON SALES Carla Stacy WATT'S LADIES STORE Mrs. Thelma Baldwin Kenneth Kelly McCRORY'S Mr. Michael Farmer Ann Trammell GlBSON'S PHARMACY Mr. Jim Benham Jimmy King S 8L S AUTO SUPPLY Mr. Bill Bane and Billy Joe Bane Lamarvin Faught BARNES 8L MCCULLOUGH Mr. Velon Reece Lonnie Brown HlGGlNBOTHAM'S Mr. Garland Loudermilk DECA Members Not Pictured Lea Alexander Stacy Burkhalter SWINDLIYS JEWELRY BEN FRANKLIN Ncttic Golliday Joanna Sparkman MAJESTIC THEATRE REXALL DRUG STORE Cynthia Stewart Marvin Wright REXALL DRUG STORE BI.UE'S TEXACO STATION Ii fi Appreciation Banquet Honors Employers Q 5 My 2 Z , Z Www . f r no "Mi K6 f fa Aufbrg I, ef 4 A 4 f fe 35? Mile wisp f VI CA Adviser lVIr. W. Stephens VICA Sweetheart 1969-1970 Tom Willis Toni Willis. thc newly announced VICA Swee heart. accepts her gift from President Richar Mufleskey. 4 ...ff Jeff Bennett IfARfvIER'S MILLING CO. INC. Luquin Hartsfield ICT students Lanny Spikes who works at KSTV and Billy Graham display VICA motto. Toni Willis SERVICE DRUG Ann Ray Ed Eads CASHON'S Mr. Thurman Cashon Jerry Roberts ROBERTS PREMIER STATION A. L. Roberts David McCann McCANN'S GARAGE Jess M Lfann Richard McCleskey CENTRAL FREIGHT LINES Bobby Harris Clifford Saxon BLUE'S SERVICE STATION E. L. Blue Jerry Hubble ALLISON'S ENCO STATION Mr. James Lingle 52591 wg v Ly, qi W HJ JF" wg fffwf Nw 4 V wx Lf' W tv ' f X MH 4 an J he if if Steve Cole LITTLETON'S BODY SHOP Mr. Bill Littleton David McCann and Mike Shelby place third and fourth in VICA Area II Chef contest held at Haltom City, Fort Worth. Dale Wood GOLIGHTLY 8L ROBERTSON IMPLEMENTS Mr. Kenneth Robertson Ray Stone BROWN TIRE St APPLIANCE STORE Mr. Charles Humberson Randy Pack PACK BROTHERS DIRT CONTRACTORS Mike Shelby HOLIDAY RESTAURANT Mr. Glen Carruth Mr. Leon Pack Kenny Yeager Roger Lowery PEMBERTON'S FREIGHT SERVICE Mr. C. C. Pemberton VICA Members Not Pictured Wayne McCann Joe G21rCi2i MeCANN'S GARAGE CHAMBERLIN SCHOOL Dent Bills Craig Hodge PARKER MOTORS INC. HOLIDAY RESTAURANT Kevin Darley Larry Sharp STEPHENVILLE HOSPITAL SHARP'S TEXACO STATION Jim Cozby Harlen Clark HERRIN MOTOR COMPANY PACK BROS. CONTRACTORS Deb Wise POSTON FEED MILL Sr WAREHOUSE rt, VICA officers - Secretary Toni Willis, Parliamentarian Jeff Bennett, Presi- dent Richard MeCleskey, Reporter Clifford Saxon, Vice-President Dale Wood, Treasurer Roger Lowery, and Sgt.-at-Arms Kenny Yeager - display materials used in ICT classwork. Past President Bob Scott lnstans New he 3 fa' t ' 455 . C - - K :fl V : wr f, Q t Q7 Q 2 .-f. tt, i t-t. . - , I N-ei' S I C f ' K . . K . qt . ,ft - t ff" N Y at r s V.. sl as S? 4 FTA MEMBERS: Cseatedj Donna Walker, Carolyn Lesley, Debby Perry, Susan Scott, Susan Chastain fstandingb Lynn Lumsden, David Hancock, Cathy Brandon, DeDe llverett, Nelda Perry, Sandra Lesley, Nancy Clark, liddie Bearden, Dianne Smith, David Riggins, Sum McDonald, lfrankie Carr, Donald Rez, Christine Montgomery, and Susan Martin if z FTA Officers Family and Friends Attend Officers fleft centerj are Vice-President Susan Martin, Sec- retary DeDe Everett, Historian Cathy Brandon, Treasurer San- dra Lesley, Reporter Carolyn Lesley, and President Eddie Bearden. Lynn Luinsden, Sam McDonald, and Sandra Lesley Cbottom leftj are District Convention delegates. Later Miss Williams, Chris Montgomery, Donna Walker, Linda Walker, Chris Wolf represent SHS at FTA State Convention. Panelists fright centerj David Hancock, David Riggins, Eddie Bearden, Cathy Brandon, and Sandra Lesley discuss student protests for a Central PTA program. The officers also discuss changes in education for the April CTA program. The School Scrapbook is an all-year project. 12 INSPIRATION OF GUR FLIGHT Seven-Member Board of Education Serves Stephenville ISD Presid R E 'VI J V P d Jerry Schrimsher Secretary M. C. Brandon, Jr. Mr. Vern Pendleton L. D. Frank Mr. R. C. Ammons Mr. H. D. Nix my LE H10 081 -:'::.-:: 9 P E Q IAP Twenty units are necessary for graduation. The pre- scribed course requirements are: 4 Units in English 1 Unit in Algebra 1 Unit in Plane Geometry or Geometry 2 Units in Science l Unit in World History l Unit in American History 1 Unit in Government lk Units in Physical Education M Unit in Health 7 Units as electives fMajor Sports, Band, Stingerettes, Chorus, Art, Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Span- ish, Latin, Homemaking, Vocational Agriculture, Vocational Office Education, Distributive Education, Industrial Co-operative Training, Co-operative Agri- culture Occupation, Physics, Algebra ll, Trigonom- etry, Analysis, Economics, Texas History, and Driver Educationj 3 Sound Administration Policy Stabilizes SHS Organization IVlr. J. C. Helm, Jr., Superintendent Mwmw Mrs. Mae Crane Mrs. Avis Colwick J ohnnye Englef Secretary VOE worker Secretary A N Mr. Dean Williams Mrs. Rebecca Cain and Mrs. Lillian Crow School Tux Assessor Secretaries i 111041 111113 I ' 'vu-In nuhnqwtag nuornmanal iiiniljj -Q., l ,s ,,,,.,, Mr, Bob Haggard Bus Shop Foreman Necessary Services Keep School Functioning . l l 9 f X Mr. Jimmie Evatt serves as old building custodian. 1' Besides sharing custodial duties in new buildings, cottage, ag shop, band hall, and gym, the Logans enthu- siastically support SHS activities. Mrs. Logan really goes way out to join in the fun of Homecoming's Bicycle Day, Mr John Hefton Mrs Lois Thomas Mr. EIHCSI C0rk Cafeteria Cashier Cafeteria Supervisor Cafeteria Assistant Mrs. Clara Huffman and Mrs. Margaret Gilliland prepare nu- tritious meals daily and serve them with the help of student workers Brenda Whitehead, Rosanna Bolling, and Debbie Burks to hungry SHS students and teachers. Driving carefully and cautiously, the bus drives us- ually manage somehow to get students to school on time. The drivers tleftj are Jackie Gilliland, Glen Adams, David Minis, Paul Tatum, substitute driver Coach Aldridge, Bob Haggard, and mot picturedj Wil- liam Archie, Austin G. Butler, Billy J. lfrizzel, A. M. Luttrell, Iilbert C. Martin, Richard Minis, and Tom lf. Templeton. ,.. ..... .. 'Mega a::f:.::.':: r:s.lfI':i'......g.-3-,,,""' -75515-4: 51f,Lm.m,W,,-.,...,,,,-,:,,-.,, -1, ,.. ,Ef -if siiea.-T-:Z?E'.'.-:.':.:" - --" - IVIr. Bill Hai ey THE STUDENT'S PR NCIPAL 2 Q These Serve To Make Our Flight Smooth Mrs. Peggy Roberson -xt f Secretary 7 lf' ff Mrs' ice Ann Tate Office girls Debbie Steger, a newcomer to SHS, Louunn Cranford, and Debbie Rhodes ecretary all want to be sure that Mailboy, Joe Garcia, takes care of the office mail. , ,,,, ,, 12 rv , r . , wt. I FQ, 5-3-Q.. i "' , ,l,, ,-,, . ,, , 2 f Yi-111+ ' 1 1 , - t . . r V "l'r,, ' "" Caroline Vanduveer, Phyllis Johnston, Debbie Garner, Sharon Smith, Glynda Gordon, Lana Wise. fback rowj Beverly Ryan, Karen Fitzgerald, Ifrankie Carr, Jo Ann Terry, inot picturedj Carolyn Lesley, Debbie Martin, and Gayla Redden serve as assistants in Mr. Hailey's office. SHS Students Fly in Line Under Guidance Nlr. Charles Kitchens COUNSELOR ,M Social Studies Use American Heritage To Set Course For Gur Flight . . MTS-Annie LYNN Learherwood Miss Gwen Williams Mrs. Bettye Chastain Miss Williams assists summer students to a head start for that busy senior year. As Student Council sponsor, Mrs. Chastain tlics right into the middle of SHS activities. 42 . a",ft,f.'i2 Mrs. Phoebe Isbell Mrs. Patsy George Mrs. Emma Kate Jackson Languages Build Tomorrow Language has always been a necessary tool for communication. Today, there is even a greater need for language study so that the peoples of the world can be brought closer together. By studying languages, students prepare themselves for life in a world where vastly different cultures flourish side by side. Stephenville High graduation requirements include four units in English. Freshmen find Mrs. Emma Kate Jackson and Mrs. Patsy George ready and Willing to guide them in basic requirements for English I. Besides Teaching Spanish and Latin Mrs. Lillie Ruth Laird also has one class of English Il as there are too many sophomores for Mrs. Elsie June Shannon's five classes. Juniors, the largest SHS class, study English Ill with Mrs. Patsy George, Mrs. Lorraine Golden, or Mrs. Eileen Shipp. All seniors burn midnight oil over English literature and grammar for Mrs. Phoebe lsbell. .. 42? -.v ,fi ....1'2if' Mrs. Eileen Shipp Mrs. Elsie June Shannon 9... gg i gf Mrs. Lillie Ruth Laird Mrs. Lorraine Golden Language Study Becomes Indispensable Versatility Furthers Diplomacy f 7 vby, J .J " ' 'M l,,,,,,..,,.,.W - s Mr. James Harwell Mr. M Fine Arts Round Out Cultured Personality 44 Library Hive of Knowledge Mrs. Cleo Ferguson, SHS Librarian, receives flowers from her son, Bill on his birthday. Business. . . The Race Is On . . . Mrs. Myrtle Deavenport Planning, patience, practice . . . prerequisites to perfection. A Mrs. Fulcher Aids Homebound 14 -Q it ii ,, ,. .W.wfWfv -, 2 - - .T g , , . i . .4-., .AE J . Mr. Fred Crabtree Mr. J. D. Pilcher It All Adds Up to IVIath! Throughout the halls of SHS muffled groans of math and science stu- dents are often heard. Terms such as factorial, prime, and infinite, mere jibberish to most students until the beginning of study in high school, gradually become part of the everyday vocabulary of many students. In Room lOl, test tubes often emit exotic odors while biology classes dissect specimens and physics students learn that one at rest tends to remain at rest. Co-operating to help fill the needs of these students are eight SHS teachers. Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Fain, and Mr. Pilcher offer classes in Algebra I and Plane Geometryg Mrs. Bane and Coach Taylor in Biologyg Coach Potts and Mr. Templeton in Physical Science. Mr. Templeton also teaches Chemis- try. Last, but not least, all students of Algebra ll, Geometry, Trigonometry, Analysis or Physics recognize Mr. Crabtree's usual assignment, "If it rains, we have a testf' 'Wk , I ? N ' M ri r l Mrs. Bonnie Wood Mrs. Pat Fain 46 .eww The Space Age Requires Scientific Minds Mrs. Carol Bane Mr. Tom Templeton 14 48 Teachers Major ln Human Relations Experience proves a valuable teacher for homemaking and agriculture students as well as for DE, ICT, and VOE CO-Op student-workers. While interested girls explore the arts of honiemaking, agricultural-minded boys pursuc live- stock, dairy, poultry, and farm crops project programs. Popular with boys and girls and helpful to many students who need part-time Work and training at the same time, Co-Operative Training courses offer ajob training program during school time. This part-time job training often leads to permanent employment after graduation. DONT nap PUZZLE mums vw "' yacqvild A-fs if will Y , Vocanonal Studies si i? i precede f, 1"' ,,V..,., I V WQWn n i f My Success 2 X ' Mr. Rex Stephens Mr. Gail Christian -1.7 Mrs. Sue Kribbs Mrs. Faye Greenway Mrs. Rosellen Davis Mrs, Par White Mr. W. G. Stephens Mr. John Hefton O Mrs. Jo Horton W The Fitness Principle . . Physical education aids the student to develop all parts of the body and to establish a co-ordination of the different body muscles, This type of education exhibits the importance of vigorous training, which helps every student not only physically but mentally as well. Athletics trains the students in the art of good sportsmanship and discipline and stresses physical development. Both girls and boys are taught to keep themselves physically fit in the physical education classes. Under the watchful eyes of the instructors, students are taught basic fundamentals and useful skills in a great variety of sports. On the varsity level are football, basketball, track, and baseball. SHS also offers volleyball, tennis, and golf. in Y., Mr. Sam Taylor Mr. Larry Aldridge Mr. Don Barry .Q we Q 1 tm .Z . wa s. ii'i f H A l .,,1.., I ,V Mr. Ralph Garrett Mr. Danny Potts Mr. Michael Copeland The Work of Champions v?:1 V if 4' -LQ? V. K W -7 , wy': ,' AE' .- H . 'b ' ', 9, 3,1 ,' 492951 q , 4254" 3 Vkyi 6 f SHS Teachers Are Human Too Faculty Coffee Makes Big Splash as v. ., A ez.. 5 L. 1 1 M 4, - - f'f'-f aa,-iff. nsmf w 4 Seniors, Class of 1970 First Graduates of a New Decade Martha Adams Brad Allen Jeff Bennett Gary Bills r g Vickie Bills Murle Blasingame Wayne Baker Gary Barron ,li "Eager Beavcrsw earn required scnior credits in summer classes and stuy to scribblc after posing for senior por- fruit. I Y Af Rita Boucher Eddie Brown l. Eddie Bramlett Cathy Brandon Danny Brown S . Melanye Brown Glenda Brun Doug Buns Symbolic Status . . Sports . . . Spirit . . ,C George Carpenter Frankie Carr Rusty Chandler Tommy Collins Louann Cranford Linda Dalby Kevin Darley Tom Dowell 5' Magazine Sales Boost Seniors Out of the Red Linette Davis Steve Deaver ...p-v"""""-Q Ronald Derrick Ed Eads Johnnye Engler DeDe Everett if rrrrr r Greg Fanning Lamarvin Faught Karen Fitzgerald Norma Ferguson NX s ,-.me Bobby Furr Travis Garrett Earl Gooch Kerry Goodman Final Year . . . A Time for Choosing . . . IVlost SHS Seniors Experience SAT Mike Griggs Dale Hancock David Hancock Mike Hancock 2' Nancy Hancock A Rickey Harding Brandt Henningsen Craig Hodge Kay HO0kS Diane Hord Connie Jackson Phyllis Johnston Others Need to ACT on College Deana Koonsman Royce Lee Sandra Lesley Vicki Lowry ,wr Sharon Luttrell Paul Lynn Debby Martin Barbara Manley Donita Martin Karen Martin Sharon Mast David McCann Organizations Honor Deserving Seniors V Wi Sam McDonald Richard McCleskey Duncan McMahan Martha Melton Leslie Miller Connie Morton Richard Nachtigall Kermit Northcutt gf AL: ,, f"'t'QY of-"W 1 .CX Ll' 4 'N D an ll , iff Z , N r Charles Williams and Connie Porter receive awards during Opti- Cathy Brandon is awarded the DAR Good Citizenship Award 1nistClub's "Youth Appreciation Week." Larry Ogle William Parker Ray Pack Randy Pack l Deborah Pipes Laura Partain Patty Purvis Connie Porter Selected from eighteen Senior girls. Rita Boucher is named Lion's Club Queen. 4 Mid-term graduates are Diane Hord, Laura Partain, Ann Ray, Leslie Miller, and Delbert Wise fnot picturedj, Special Christmas Assembly features Ronnie, sharing his musical talent. Sandy Quarles Ann Ray Debbie Rhodes David Riggins Suzi Robertson Debra Robison Clifford Saxon Scotty Shuftield Seniors Plan Ahead . . Place Invitation Orders L ' .414 ' ' ,. ,V . Ellen Skipper Jerry Smith H- Dianne Smith Rhonnie Smith Joanna Sparkman Lanny Spikes Carla Stacy Gary Stasey Nita Stephens Cynthia Stewart Pi "W W , T W 166 Seniors Measure for Caps and Gowns Gene Stewart Darrell Stone I E Pat Swain Mike Tate Ann Taylor Debra Taylor Jo Ann Terry Vickie Vaughn and Count the Days Until . . Debbie Whitenton Sherry Whitacre Ronnie Walters Jerry Walker Qi A Charles Williams Delbert Wise Dale Wood Rugene Wood aw 1 Clinton Wright Marvin Wright Mary Anne Yarbrough Kenny Yeager Special Senior Assembly, Camp Carter 'lm--vm'- SHS Honor Graduates are Valedictorian Jerry Smith 94.916gSalutatorian Ann Taylor, 93.5831 Cathy Bran don, 93.386g David Hancock, 93200: Johnnye Engler 92.3151 92.0001 91.571 g Dudley Barbara 90.045. Baccalaureate, and Graduation Kermit Northcutt, 92.250g Gary Barron Kay Hooks, 91.5783 Mary Anne Yarbrough Biff Henningsen, 91.5003 Vickie Bills, 91.386 McMahan, 91.2951 Rugene Wood, 91.125 Manley, 90.270g and Richard Nachtigall IVlay 25 Nw T"'V'-up The End and the Beginning of X Q . SW' rf' x '55 U is ' MVN sis I gg tW?WW "'N7'T' W A ,M Q. ai A 1 H wx hx Fe 35 .. ,315 W ' 4 Q' 3 'F . urn. f My Qweggsw Q . . 'V ia , 9' U i X1 gifs ' X L X- 5 X , , v K is A is 9 .N S .k.. ,. A All-School Favorites Most Representative Boy Danny Brown lVIost Representative Girl Vicki Lowry mf I ,I ' fs .W 75W'fMm M" f ' w' 2' 2 , ,fam 3' X 1? Q 1 3' .t 'Q 2 0 l I A5 "',, fi' , 1, ' 1 - , , ,,,, , I . i L All-School Favorite Sweetheart Connie Porter W W 91: W fm W0 X 3 W' ,H V MA Aw President Bimbo Calls Class of '71 To Order for Business f,,eWM l ,F if A TY Lea Alexander Kathy Allen Darline Anderson Ray Andrews Susan Andrews Roy Lynne Anthony Brad Barron Cyd Baumgardner Eddie Bearden R. G. Becker Joe Benton Roy Bills Pat Black Rosanna Bolling Mike Boren Phillip Boswell WM MV. W , Yr , f f W Q, Zi ' v ke SEQ is A James Boucher Dwain Brock Tommy Brooks Lonnie Brown ,cj Brad distributes annual pictures to L'excited" C71 classmates. is-X M mf ZW U o ::s :n N on "I : :s V1 W? '-A o :v- :: CU x: E, U5 Terry Burgess John Burleson Mike Carlson Susan Chastain Karleece Chumney Richey Clark Randall Carpenter Margaret Carter it X ik i . . . X . ak .. i. .fy Q 5 ,.n,..+,a.,r.N,..,. . fail. -' 3 .vi - .-.aw QQ- ""' . . 1:1 -S.-: rwiiia? 3 '-"f5??fif' i K 'I-':: S' MSX we -w k : , .QW .. S ., A 'YH Q 5 1 K i Charles Cole Steve Cole Dennis Curtis Debi Daniel Cynthia Denton Scott Evans r A Debbie Domm Mark Evatt 'reel ' X Q 3 5 s it Uk , ,-kL.. S, ij ,, . Q Y . . E 'I ir' Q ' , A , ii as Xi F' b 1 4 s 'S J ai Ann Cox Jim Cozby Denver Cross Craig Dameron Alice Darnell David Deaver Wm . t of Nat Janice Dowell Debby Ewers fi ?'X5:g5QZ.L L -L . . Bill Dunson Sharon Engler Sherri Foster Terry Fedde S r, 3 1 - - K ' i SSE? i- Wi -Z X NN Qi Vi i asf- 2 ,313 Z 333 Where There's SHS Spirit, There Are SHS Juniors. . . , i A. , s an I , 5 3 : fi ' K , 'W f f ., f,, Ge 35 'YP' v ,M 7 . ,Q , ,,. . Sr'-if W rw I ,1 if , f 2.1, Glyneth Free Ruemmu Frizzell David Garner Debbie Garner Randy Gill Nettie Golliday Glynda Gordon Billy Graham Doris Graham Tresia Green David Gregory Letha Grissom Brief . , V-.K 'vk 5? kinky if ' 1 -'i. , 5 ,Jw "'. L - 41 2 - ir ,,,, wr i ii,, " iii M : ., ,A 5 P E I km vw We iirlie -S or i ' .. ',. ny:-2"J, 'f G JW ?lk?W,xH4 ' QE? 61 s , M in 1'-.. ,,.' , I 1 ' iV..l ' fr J " 'i H f ff ,i f rg W, ii i ,V,.,,V gig? ,, my ........-1 Eg o k QE Q . wrt .Mg R. Louis Grissom Sharon Gryder Debra Hallmark Lana Hanson Randy Harding Larry Harris Carol Harwell Beverly Hefton Mary Hicks Perry Hicks Rudy Hinojos Melody Hook by M i Z M Juniors Shovv Skill in Varsity Competition ,nf N, my wi 'N X N 2 5 wssfa. , il V657 x ff W Mg? 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A . ms, A A f S QQ Nolan Lcwallen Charles Lohrmann Peggy Lucas David Luttrell Kay Mahan Larry McMahan Terry Maikell Susan Martin William Mason Alva Mast ., . any - M S-sg 56 . N xxx gli ' X - K'-2if2iQf1fi--:ff ' 3 4 Unified Effort Provides Best Prom Ever Junior super salesmen, saturating SHS and Stephenville with Stanley products and Homecoming mums and opera- ting a football concession, add to class finances for prom. Zoe Miller Marilyn Pack MW me was ' A:-', -, x t,ei fi if P!! P f 5 F, ,,,, V V M ,L Z l i'te 'V Randy Mills Bobby Nichols Mike Parr Steve Peacock z Hn ,Q M . ,L . ,, rm QE 21 vi fag M, Kirby Pack Nelda Perry Lewis Pack Alice Porter fylx 358 S? Y- -f is If -K: rar .ww Danny Procter Judy Riggs X Kenneth Purvis Jerrye Riley ,, leiEL e ":e- 1 R is x -X Ax .5 sf X f N it S X ,X 5 3 X Don Rez Ricky Rhoades Bill Richards Jerry Roberts Becky Robinson Rickey Rowe :vie 1' ' at ' rs. S X j V iii w l Q Wm. , : ' Q, K ",. gs are ,x S 5 tr 4 S X R M H wg: '. 5 'IEIQC , ini , FQQETS S Q s Q 3 We E Wanda Rutherford Beverly Ryan Suzanne Satterwhite Bobby Sherrod X 5 ax it X ? IN. X A 8 , . .hh A SY q,g R0 ' 5 t f - 2 'TT Q S f Cliff Sanders James Slaten 3 E ..-1' Julia Sanford Etta Jo Smith Bobbie Shelton Patti Smith 'Z'-3 Juniors Live for Tomorrow Sharon Smith Isla Snyder Randy Spikes Lavcrl Stephens Ray Stonc Debbie Straconur Keith Stripling Larry Tate David Tomlinson Ann Trammell Stove Turknctt Sliarlyn Turncy Lynn Ulmer Michelle Walters gm E?'L ' as ,: JL ,f Danny Whitt Chris Wolf ii N ' as J W X if W 3 F Caroline Vandaveer Debbie Waldie David Watkins Beth Watts C Toni Willis Cathy Wilson Debra Wolfe Kay Wood 'ravi - k.-k Q Donna Walker Steve Walker Douglas Waugh Gary Whitman E Hikxiagi , - S . 3 is Q? X , X ig XX K 2 Q: Qi X X I fl, 'K ,C . ,. . W. -351' M n. -:mst-. P M X 1 K ka xx M b xx ? ry sg xi ik ,gi . ,,. ,,. ww . 6 Mike Woods Marvnell Wright RQ? l Lana Wise Nat Wofford ll lf Junior Girl Favorite Glynda Gordon Runner-Up Debby Ewers ' mr ik k..., xi, v' 453 Q Q, X X R LLLL K 5 .X .1 1 55 K , -' . 5 12: .L. ww, ,r z , wr 1 , .... fi TY Q A Q as E S iff .-+R -Qs ' X Q , 5 5-. -LYEEELQ 5. L-J: 555. 1 :2""XX" 'T-ffxy. zw vf'-M54 A ' ijiiif - :Q Lf. : 1 'if -A 'r X- 'lbfff' F. .I 6' ,M x John Baker Joe Belcher Lola Bible Renee Blanks Margaret Boswell Laurie Brandon Vicki Britt Debbie Burks Dale Carpenter Taressa Carpenter Paul Chapman Billy Chew Nancy Clark Rickey Coleman Dusty Clayton Gail Corsey Kathy Cranford Nancy Dalby Kerry Darley Donald Denman Jeannie Davidson Linda Derrick Steve Dunn Beverly Fisher Lynn Foster PH X' m 1' X we it 9 iii I L, l - 555321 Debbie Adams Kathy Anderson I Ii, q"' , ' zt' .. .,,'... K r 1-.,' W S b q ip ,Q ttr C , i B 1..2 2 r . X J, ts t,,?2,l., -fs: . x LLEA . x 6 X R yr, X ! . li 2 ttsee l L- -- - .:g:ss-'rar are Vi ns- ar 4 r iii J Q iifsem 92 Do Their Thing for Spirit .. -il Jan Gaines r wi, Carolyn Gaither Helen Garrett Elaine Ganskc Tommy Garrett Debbie Gibson i ,I Liii Mike Gilbert N Kenneth Gifford JO Ann Gooch if ,L W R Robert Gray 9457 2 " ' if, 'K ia Q gin J .ae- ii: i i 'N Rod Green A ie' Leonard Green Trudy Griffin lg Debbie Hale r 1 Q' m W Joe Hale jimmy Hale Johnny Hancock xx 2 S Mary Harrison X :AAS it eei H of X 3. E Sta , i r f QQ., , , "., G earea ,Q zb, 12 m : e Ei' ,Q it xi fr X , 'K 'ska 5 iiii ii iw H if gy x XX Z f fi 72 K is 2 im K fu- at K vx f X kX'X?' X l 9' 15112 Ted Helms James Hoover Doris Howard Krista Howell Ffediii H1111 Jerry Huckabee Linda Huse janet jackson Pam Johnston Randy Jacquess Geri Jarvis Sandra Jenkins Bing King Kathy Kelley Bobby Kennedy Kirk Kitchens Greg I-21116 Clay Knapp 'iv IE' K W. ' F .ff K K fi fi' .x .V 2 in .sw gb, K 3, 5 i ., 4 , , . V , A X H g xx? 5+ Q ,QR fx fx N 4 i --'f,:- .':- LI Qi rl' t- ' if ml., i f ii I ZSL 1 L L.-. A 'Q 519 L X iw LN Q 5 5 5 y Y 4 ln' 1 l A L S Xl X N .Ir gag : -.,::- ,, ' X 'YK X K.. 'N K L, :is ZA' fy ,r,:g,, Li 'ii l F is Wylie Laney Jerry Lawson Richard Lietz Vicki Little Lynn Lumsden Vickie Mann Participate in Clubs, 'si L+ ', wg -A A L 'wi gg s ' 3 -We X - M ' ,' L ml . .P ew' L :Q - Ls.. L L . g ws HF L. - , -.cv 'se be L A Trying to see the game and prepare for time-out too, Donald almost gives the light pole a drink. G 2 Q, x , a l Debbie McCann Kim McCleery Ray McCoy DeVonna McNeill Karen Michard i-:L Melvin Miller Christine Montgomery William Moon - Mike Moser L Zonelle Newman iw. K A. .L I XL WL. S ' ' Jeanmarie Nichols Lg L .' 1 Alan Nix Z A g Terry oluff i'," L ik I n ' K Garland Pack as 54 "' .f iQ' L in Steve Pack L XL - 5 N g L ,'.. ' K V 5? Sports, and Classes Freddie Packwood Dave Parker Debby Perry Scott Patterson Reactions vary as Sophs get first glimpse of annual pictures. ROY Pingleton Kathy demands re-make as Debbie tries to see too. Clayton Ratliff, Jr. ' . Faye Rainey A Cheryl Rampley is 5 , 7 S S 4 f Don Ratliff A 4, . 4 Robert Ray . ,M ""1' ' , I Gayla Redden Connie Rhodes Dusty Rhodes Debbie Riggs Kerry Roach Marsha Rogers Dee Ann Runyon Bruce Russell Margarita Sanchez Ken Satterwhite Emilee Sanders . Y Q S r is-Q S s 32? va S5 I: Q Vggggg Q .1 .J l L ' , ,, V al l a r' 'S 22, I' R X all Q ' I AV i ,,,f' 1- ' s .,,. ,rr 4' x rrrr ' r -5:1 . :f1:ff::s:. -:Ara 1 , 'r 'Z'i'f,.'ng4,vvv'.iil'4 ywdt. ' ff::fm11:u:mw :-me ' 4 ' rj:.:'IQ.'f1i112Emt1 7,353,733 S im? S af . QM Study Social Usage . . . From Invitations To a Christmas Tea Q N 4 gm -. G S S it il :sa ci S if , 335 ' i - :fi i 'L ' ivfgn nf Mg 5 at ::: z pi E 1 . i tst ,S A Yi si' X . it t, X, K, a ss. XX 1' if .f -..SaR:::f:s:f-- X Qi as x t 251515 3 ss t My .K b i X 3.511 s E Y si. 11 can Junior Savage Rickey Saxon Sarah Schmidt William Schrimsher Susan Scott Mike Sexton Brenda Sharp Danny Sharp Janet Sharp Larry Sharp Gary Shelton Anthony Sims Anita Smith Kenneth Smith Larry Smith Linda Smith Nancy Smith Sandra Smith Mona Staffon Alemeda Stephens Darrell Stephens Mary Stephens Rickey Stone Terry Stone Frank Summers -r fs, mimi emu: .. eg. 5, is K wi S--N.. , 5 ., . David Tate Mike Trice Dennis Watson Craig Webb Ginger Whitacre Carolyn Whitfield Dean Willman Eddie Winkler Q 4-M539' Steve Trogdon Carolyn Voss Richard Weems Diane Wesson Susan Williams John Willis Shirley Wright Leonard Wise if ,I UD' 4' if sm QU 5 ' :ef , 1 gvbvf v in tha frm, ,WY -r ww fy 1 wi 4.1 6 W'4'40w4Qf A 11 Ginger Whitacre Runner-Up Cheryl Rampley 200 The Class of '73 M i 1 73 Strong, L, ll? X , 2 , . 1 ,X ,, , r 3 s aa .aww-,, 2 rr 5? As Fresh men , s.s I Make New Friends, r Z P ,. f' ' q A H 1 5 W Dale Ash Ronald Atkins Bonnie Barfield Jennie Barron Jack Bills Elaine Blanford John Blazi Debbie Bridges Billy Brown Don Brown Diann Buck Gary Carpenter Margaret Carpenter Mark Chastain Joe Christian Ronney Coleman Charles Compton Jake Compton Terry Crow Steve Curtis Cary Dameron Ernie Darnell David Davis Gary Davis Lee Davidson v '-W i lr 5. 'Q E W I X. the Vfxfggf' rr say at-. 3 Li arrl 1 ff' qs' V , ,st 3 , , is in A so ,. VfVf,ggl? , , Viiyzy I ,,,Z ,Z 'y.Eif' i'l1i :,..i I 'l,r',:', .AA:,, , , V C . ,V ,,,,?Af5.r .vvz I .5 , ,V 'V 3 irvi gr :Av jx gm David Alexander Roger Ammons Garry Anderson Terry Antoine ' s W , WT :,, A' alpy p V , so 2 re v We-HQ he y .. it I , Y H rr , C CC C il arryi, r yaal is O2 4, - Y x rr if '- se 1 V .3 + 'S 5 1 + Q , r Q zzq u 'E - fl' f qzraqu 5 . ,. .Q JG Sr.: W gag lui ' Sf X52 Q N sk "" ,sqwglfg K 5 x it H Q , 3 ... rys T, r 'Z' ' , S 1 S f, zq, X G , Q X K .3 gl My ii X gi y y ikig, 3 .1 2 M 4 r g N i z RE Q A fs G' gg XR 3? B I 2 ul' 7 We -, Peggy Ewers Brent Fanning Compete for SHS, " ,Q X Q we as ,-asf? - 5 Debra Fincannon Debbie Garcia tv K S f 3 5 5 Gary Domm Danny Dowell Ann Evans Hal Evans Gary Decker Sterling Denton Becky Derrick Mark Derrick Steve Dolberry L kg Cindy Garrison P Jimmy Gin ': ", A Sharon Golightly iy Z qzlquq Sue Graham ' E "" S S 9 A A lii . - S S .5yl.5 : mx . . 1 1 - -, K J I - X A : ' Q G ii ,..,,E Q , 13 :e" , G fr so 3 if - Fredia Green James Gregory Robert Gregory Dianne Griffin Billy Grissom Wayne Haley Dale Hallmark Lillie Hamilton Margie Hartsfield Sid Hatch ff f . .7 2' f , f rx R, 5 Z: A 2,1 r- X Sue Hendrickson Curtis Henningsen Tommy Hilliard Susan Hubbard M? Ann Jones Joy Jones Karen Jones Johnclle Kineannon Charles Kohr Donna Hunter Phillip Jaeks Derone Jenkins Vic Johnson w"""'u'-ri E 1 Jimmy Huekabee Danny Huey XX.-M., r l 4? K' ' f , " 1'fA , V iq? Back the Jackets, Mike Hughes Gary Humberson yyyy a t 2r,,r ri I rei i s A J my in tftft Ga 20 E E TYR W S '1.,, , ,,, -' ,Q it Q ' it N, l Eli l' Pat Denise Kribbs Landers "Button Up" on Request Ginger Marchelle Lawson Lee V L L L A ' A A, , ' MWMKWQQ, Qfkaaa nnnnn ,Q L 'LL S Jxf enen ty nen l if .V l 1,1 R David Steve Sharon Jerry Leeth Lesley Lovelace Lowry Minus ggsgg, M ,4. ' , , ii if ' T " ' H K me t X , Igsffwirfliriwm 5 f Kerry Sheila Maria Claire Luttrell Martin Martinez Mast Dale Susie Rhonda Linda McKinney Meador Miller Mills ,im-.,, Millie Lucas 4? W Ken McDonald lx tt" ? ! 1 , ,, mag, if , eff? Paula Moon Wag Wanda Lucas Cindy McKay if Q. if S in my Margaret Neasc Show Real Spirit, Do Seniors' Bidding, .fj K gb .N -:." 3 i", we i z' J S x.'- im e g ,.,: k,,,.' N X R i i ii i J at iiii i ii i i M 2 Etnies . tw f: "" 1 John Terri Phil Nesbitt Newman Orbison Lois Ricky Tommy Pack Pack Puck Mark Randy Clyde Porter Rez Rhodes X Q xi ii f ia . ,N gg SSX Q . K ri x A I ! , R 5 Jimmy Johnny Pack Pack , ,Q at 9 1 'ii as QT: ' , , . Qi if i Benny Charles Padgett Peek A Y 15 Billie Margo Riggs Robertson - We A v ., fax , be r ff Sli 'J J oy ce Pack A -4. 1 X - 3 Johnny Perales Robbie Robertson f ,. K-- 1 2 3 i 06 Donna Robison ' 1 Carol Rogers xl Participate in Activities My V A , ,A Ella Mae Sharon 5 '.. V Rogers Sanders " K ' " V iii S , ' i -1 tiiii it S wi., ,,,v H - Av' Z ix y Q 12, K, 4 I LQ Bruce Terry Satterwhite Saxon zo Y R Sharon Debbie Sims Smith he S Jim Danny Greg Randy Smith Spurlock Stewart Stone in Q Cindy Pat Tate Tate Strive for Sophistication ,ei f i i 7 Linda Taylor 9 Jo Ann Thompson Lou Ann Tomlinson fr. ,, f 'r Mrs. Connie Bills shows English I Reading List to freshmen who Patricia Tommy Taressa are newcomers to SHS-Billy Spellings, David Liles fseatedj, Trogdon Tuck Turley Leonard White, Linda Ford, and David Ramos. T si,,, W 3 Q' o f T -H --f 'fffQ'-iffy Q E. L ., A f'-, ,,, ,,,. ,r a .,,. I at I, Y I K T ,,,,L gf W W gin-2:55 .L ,XX RD y r X - - '- -'Q ' A Lxx 5 ,, tk ',,fi , -ff' f- , ' David Linda Rhonda Gary Joe Adrian Turney Walker Walker Wallace Walls Warren L lrf- - ,Q J EL V- 'fr' A' gl.. 'lgzl A D V: " A .I , ft 1 'eefr-f A 1 , Barry Leann Linda Sherry Brenda Dana Watson Weems Weir White Whitehead Wolfe 4' ' , egypt A H " In A A .,,. 6, , k,,V,k L my yln 5 X 2 4315? 'fffiifzzf' r ,i,, Q , et, Donna Kelvin Teresa Cynthia Kenneth Peggy Wood Wood Wood Wooley Wright W1-ight Freshman Favorites Margo Robertson Runner-Up Billie Riggs 208 M ...N x 26221 x 'X if V -lx H . ' - - ff af . K .5 2 - - xg SSA' Q .U -D X- as Q W ,Q Rx ,W .. , W., .,11Q A X 434 .f ff Q- LABOR OF OUR FLIGHT 4 5 5 I 2 Ten SHS Girl Scouts, Two Advisers Attend lVexico City Cabana Karen Fitzgerald Kerry Goodman Debby Martin Connie Porter Debbie Rhodes Melody Hook Kathy Hunter Alice Porter Wanda Rutherford Beverly Ryan Julia Sanford Suzanne Satterwhite llllen Skipper Nita Stephens Pat Swain Jo Ann Terry Sherry Whitaere Sharon Smith Isla Snyder Carla Stacy Debbie Straeener Beth Watts Lana Wise Kay Wood Naney Clark Lynn Foster .lan Gaines Pam Johnston Kathy Kelley Cindy Garrison Susan Hubbard Derone Jenkins Lynn Lumsden Chris Montgomery Jeanmarie Nichols Cheryl Rampley Dee Ann Runyon Denise Landers Rhonda Miller Terri Newman Susan Scott Sandra Smith Carolyn Voss Susan Williams Ginger Whitaere Linda Taylor Lou Ann Tomlinson Leann Weems Susan Chastain Ann Cox Cynthia Denton Debby Ewers Sherri Foster Glynda Gordon Doris Graham ' sa-N Q. f l .qv Stephenville boasts four Senior Girl Scout troops with sixty active members. Advisers for seniors are Mrs. Jim Whitacre and Mrs. H. R. Goodman, for juniors, Mrs. Donald Smith and Mrs. Dan Wolfeg for sophomores, Mrs. Vern A. Scott and Mrs. W. O. Sharp: for freshmen, Mrs. Arlon Weems and Mrs. Conley Jenkins. Active in service projects for their community, these girls also participate in the Heart of Texas Council. At the Senior Girl Scout Conference in Mineral Wells, Sharon Smith, Cindy Denton, and Ginger Whitacre are elected Heart of Texas Council president, vice-president, and secre- tary respectively. Donations supplement earnings from a bottle drive, a car wash, and a green stamp raffle to finance an eight-day trip, June 3el1, for ten Senior Scouts of Troop 135 A Ann Cox, Glynda Gordon, Melody Hook, Wanda Rutherford, Julia Sanford, Sharon Smith, Carla Stacy, Debbie Stracener, Beth Watts, and Kay Wood e to Our Cabana in Cuernavaca, Mexico, about a two-hour drive from Mexico City. This wonderful opportunity promises a better relationship and understanding among Girl Scouts everywhere. NN 214 John Cunyus Mr. Charles H. Williams Biff Henningsen Adviser Adviser Rotary Club Explorer Post 50 Highlights of the year include a two-day canoe trip down the Brazos River - a wet, wild trip with one group having to pull their canoes through the river about half the trip, one getting far ahead of the other, and Lewis Pack eating a can of cold chili and going to sleep at 6:30, a two-night camp-out at Billy Gibbonsg and participation in Explorer Olympics competition at Et. Hood, placing Number One in the Comanche Trail Council. Charles and Steve place second and third respectively in public speaking competition. Those going on these outings return with tall tales to tell their fellow scouts about such things as gigantic pillow fights. Biff and Terry achieve the rank of Eagleg Curtis, Steve, and Bob Hensley of Lingleville Knot picturedj complete requirements and turn in their applications. Of the sixteen active members in Explorer Post 50, nine are or very soon will be Eagle Scouts. The Post's record stands for itself, spasmodically active. President an----' N...- Brad Allen Curtis Hcnningsen Larry Smith Vice-President . Pat Black Lewis Pack .Asus- Charles Williams Churles Lohrmann Travis Garrett Secretary-Treasurer Reporter Representative W? vu, Wi' I' gJll4lhn Terry Burgess Dale Hancock Rickey Harding David Riggins Keith Stripling Steve Turknett 2 6 Dr. James Cowan and Mr. Douglas Pair serve as advisers for Medical Explorer Post 40, sponsored by Tri- County Medical Association for scouts interested in medicine and related fields. Members are Sid Hatch, David Tomlinson, John Willis, Secretary-Treasurer David Hancock, David Riggins, Kermit Northcutt, Brad Allen, Gary Whit- man, President Steve Turknett, and fnot picturedj Vice-President Jim- my Cowan from Dublin. Medical Explorer Post 40 Need just the right new furniture? Visit FURNITURE MART before you buy. These play cast members can vouch for the comfort and beauty of FURNITURE MART'S furniture used for Room and Bored stage setting. Having the inside track as an employee of WATT'S LADIES STORE, Beth previews the latest in fashions. WATTS 'LADIES STORE employees are eager to help you keep your Wardrobe up-to-date. iq 4'Here you are, girls, two cokes served with a smile." Sharon and Johnnye Engler really like the top-notch service at the BIG H, one of Stephenville's newest and best places to eat. Next time you go out on the town, visit Homer at the BIG H for your favorite food prepared just the way you like it. THE MARK offers gifts of expression and Hallmark cards to those who Scare enough to send the very best." Bette Grant and Mrs. Helm invite you to visit THE MARK, across from the Majestic Theater, for gifts and cards for special people on special occasions. if .,,g,,7 ,AM A I .. ,st-v. .X K . X Sports Fury? Barracuda? Duster? Muffin decides that a Road Runner is her kind of car. All these, and more, are available at PARKER MOTORS INC. on the Ft. Worth Hwy. .T FW "fs , v-.Q , .YW ER Kirk, Tommy, Scott, and Craig are well prepared to get into the swing of thingsfon the golf course, that is. Go to STEPHENVILLE ARTS and CRAFTS for supplies to get into the swing of things in arts and crafts. Q angie... 'f V SRS! E NG 217 Jerry Smith and Ann Taylor sneak a preview of the latest news, facts, and social events. Yes, the comics too! Read your STEPHENVILLE DAILY EMPIRE and EMPIRE TRIBUNE regularly. r 2 S Wai ttstrel .ii was-f may W . A un , 1, ,Ali A jffffaml, '6Cackleg cackleg cackle . . So goes the conversation as the girls in the Presentation Play cast take time out from the reading of the play for Mrs. Whyburn's delicious refreshments. All this cackling suggests some good advice, when you need the best in plump, juicy turkeys and chickens for special treats, try HOLLINGS- WORTH POULTRY FARM on the Old Hico Road. Dee Ann Runyon smiles at Kathy Cran- ford's efforts to figure a way to take advantage of SEARS' big discount on their biggest Color TV, S80 certainly is a lot off. Kathy reminds Dee Ann to shop SEARS for the finest in color television and, or, anything for that matter, for "SEARS has everything!" 2 To keep your car great-looking, take it to BELCHER,S GULF STATION, 265 E. Washington, where it can be serviced, washed, and waxed promptly. Joe will bring your car to you looking brand new. 220 Getting together at Cathyis for Jo's farewell party, Annual Staff members pause for the refreshing taste of COCA COLA. lf you're with a group or all by your lonesome, g'Things go better with Coke." SE kms QQ Q Susan Scott deliberates carefully and then decides on the yellow paint. At COOK BROTHER'S LUMBER COM- PANY on the South Loop, you can find all kinds and colors of paint, as well as a wide assortment of building materials and supplies. in Donald Denman points out the wonderful features of Viking broadloom carpeting at DENMAN TILE 8a CO. Where you can find 'KA World of Carpets at Down-to-Earth Prices." Dial 965-4093 for free esti- mates. 1 5- Trey White may be young, but you can easily see that he's a hit with the ladies of SHS, especially the Stingerettes. Trey cheers the Jackets on to victory, and invites SHS'ers to visit his fatheris AIRPORT 66 STATION, 814 East Road, for fast, efficient service. VX. Cheryl Rampley gets ready to start her Driver Education training in a new Pontiac from ANDERSON MOTOR CO. She looks happy. You will be too if you check out the deals at ANDERSON'S and drive away in a brand-new Pontiac. To SHS Drum Major Rickey Harding, happiness is a 1 at marching contest. To show his happiness, Rickey gives his mother a big hug. For many other people, happiness is receiving a beautiful bouquet of flowersg and NICHOL'S FLORAL is a great place to get them. have-aw Craig and Cary Dameron seem to be Waiting for a car to service. For a clean engine, as well as a clean car, try Mobil detergent gasoline from DAMERON'S MOBIL STATION Sc CAR WASH CENTER. Lyndal Howell of CHRISTIAN BROTHERS MEN'S STORE, lends Dennis Curtis a helping hand as he tries on one of their elegant styles in jackets. For high quality merchandise, why not drop in at CHRISTIAN BROTHERS in the Plaza Shopping Center to browse around Debbie finds a photo album to her liking at STEPHENVILLE OFFICE SUPPLY on the square Stephenville FFA winners say, "You can be a winner, too, with BRAD THOMPSON INSURANCE!" 222 ., -.x- as.. gt 2 F te... , .11 A YS: ,C its . . 1 .- "R-wr 1 2 ,QE S Y-W Q PX X sn 4 ,Q X ag Q M at 5 Eire mt R Xia fb? 'H "X JE . 'ff' 1 f,. " Q . 1 lx 1' 'th nfl.. '33- .9 Q w P, "H 5, x mug ,Q xx nf fffnnn. 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A 6 f.k..x, ' 1 'Usa-1 223 224 Laurie and Cathy Brandon would never 'ifeed you a line" about the quality and dependability of BRANDON FEED COMPANY, 515 Lingleville Highway. Though it does look like Laurie might be planning to close Cathy up in the storage bin she has just been inspecting. Let's hope not! BRANDON'S feeds, fertilizers, and dairy supplies contrib- ute much to the welfare of Stephenville and its prize-win- ning livestock. As Craven Bentley fDavid Rigginsl poetically states his unrequested, impractical advice, Biff struggles to staple down the beautiful carpet do- nated by TOBY STONE for the Presentation Play. If you're looking for real estate values, try TOBY STONE REAL ESTATE. L'Tastes goodg does it, Rickey?,, thinks Wayne Baker, looking on enviously as SHS Drum Major bestows congratulatory kiss on Band Sweetheart Jo Ann Terry. Wayne invites you all to go to the DAIRY DINER after the game or anytime you're hungry, for that "bite to eatn that tastes good too. DAIRY DINER,S hamburgers and malts are dee- licious! Judy Hughesand Tommy Johnson, employees at PERRY'S, pause outside the store to admire their window display. For quality merchandise at reason- able prices stop in at PERRY'S where you always receive prompt, courteous service. Ps SIM Looking for old-fashioned quality and service? Drop in at WESTERN AUTO where Randy and Rickey may sing a few melodious bars to enhance your shopping convenience and pleasure. Though the bar- ber shop quartet's dress is of the antiquated past, WESTERN AUTO is a "now" store! See for yourself at 107 S. Graham. Star Honeybee Nita Stephens and All-State Jacket Danny Brown are all smiles having received invitations to play in Texas-Oklahoma All'Star Girls Basketball and the Coaches All-Star Football games. They plan to shop MONT- GOMERY WARD first for all the things they'll want to take with them. :Ma J by Vw' f , v i wwf- , ,MJ v . , t I e 5' ,J Getting ready for summer fun, Rita Boucher stops in at T 8: M to choose a new swimsuit. Not having money with her, Rita uses her personal charge account. Not only does T 8L M offer quality merchandise, but they give S 8: H Green Stamps,too. 5 QQ 47' 226 John prepares to take from the oven a mouth-watering. excrutiatingly delicious, PIZZA PLACE pizza. For great-tasting pizza. as well as charming atmosphere. how 'bout giving the PIZZA PLACE a try. lt's located at l57l West Washington. and you can call in your order in advance. ,W Have you ever been shopping in mid-winter and sud- denly noticed that you can't feel your feet or hands? To get the blood circulating again, Toni fixes some of SERVICE DRUG'S good hot chocolate. SERVICE DRUG STORE, 200 West Washington, also has beauty aids to help you look like a person when you begin to feel like one again. if Q' I 5 I 1 mf X Planning for the future? Indulging Carolyn. William lets her try on an enormous diamond ring. They may not be planning anything for the immediate future, but some of you are. Along with engagement and wedding rings. McMAHAN'S has a wide selection of china, silver. and crystal to help you with your future wed- ding plans. David Watkins knows he is after a sure thing when it comes to going after that football. You, too, can go after a sure thing with TRINITY REAL ESTATE for if they "ain't got" what you want. they'll "git it." Try TRINITY. Nolan really goes high after that basketball. If he gets the tip, the Jackets will profit. So will you if you shop LEWALLEN'S WESTERN STORE for western wear. See you there! Well, yes, Rusty really can feed himself. but that delicious banana split probably tastes even better with Pat adding her own personal touch They must have heard the DAIRY QUEEN invitation. "Come split a banana with us." and are doing just that. Why don't you visit DAIRY QUEEN'S pick-up window or go inside for something real groovy to sink your teeth into? You'll go away smiling! ,raw 228 iriigll ark Room and Bored characters, Cathy Brandon and Carol Harwell, rush down to STEPHENVILLE PRINTING COMPANY at the last minute to pick up programs for the Presentation Play. Advertising posters and programs for The Music Man, pre- sented by the SHS Choir in December are also the handiwork of STEPHENVILLE PRINTING, which is the big reason both sets of programs show such skill and quality workmanship. For all your print- ing needs go to 188 N. Graham where, using the best equipment and skilled workmanship, the friendly folks at STEPHENVILLE PRINTING strive to please. MM 'x i L, gmimi 'umwiiwdsi K 4 his ssl Ilfxfl.. an kkvh E 'tl is a. ,-., r 5 if A t' 'V I 1 ll Rhonnie Smith assists Karen Martin in her search forjust the right size and style at CARDER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE to take advantage of the big sale. Visit CARDER'S for all your shoe needs. Keith and Susan have learned that they can often buy another record with their savings at GIBSON'S DISCOUNT CENTER on the South Loop. GIBSON'S invites you to be a wise shopper. Compare prices and save at GIBSON'S so you too can buy another record often. Window shopping? Not necessarily so! Wedding bells in the near future for both Kerry and Jo Ann make SWINDLE'S a very inviting place to shop. SWINDLE'S features diamonds and gifts for the bride. 229 30 n Proudly looking over the Ulmer ranch, Lynn wears his new suit from HUGON'S CLOTHIERS. The newest and most fashionable styles for men and boys await your selection today at HUGON'S on the south side of the Square, where friendly service and reasonable prices plus on-the-spot alter- ations are available. Would you believe Brad rates special attention? Must be so, as Sharon is taking his order at the booth? Most of HOMER'S customers place their orders at the counter. So it's no wonder Brad is wearing such a big smile. You'll smile too when you try HOMER'S for friendly service and deli- cious food! Richard keeps 'UP, UP and GOING' throughout the Jacket football game serving delicious Dr. Pepper to all the 'UP, UP and GOING, customers. DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY, Dublin, Texas, always keeps plenty of Dr. Pepper available at the games. So why don't you up, up, and go at all the games? E, X 5 f1lSl.QE,.+, -..., 2 Music Nlart Stephenville's Complete Music Center , f -b M A-.W - .if M.. is ' A- K , V, My wffsiwl- . ., , --li few... K - .,,,,.g,,, weft' W The Robert W. McDonalds offer you EVERYTHING MUSICAL-sheet music, gui- tars and amps, drums, band instruments, organs, pianos, records and stereo tapes for car and home, P.A. systems, stereos, record players, needles, accessories, and complete instrument repair and servicefat MUSIC MART, 425-A W. Washington. Check all your musical needs and, or desires. Then dial 965-3426, or better still, pay the MUSIC MART a visit. See you there. 232 Kathy and Lance are just two of the many who dream of owning one of the beautiful cars on display in the DWAIN BRUNER CHEVROLET showroom. For luxury at prices that ean't be beat, drive your old junk heap to BRUNER'S, 185 N. Graham, and talk trade. ,sms Put a Tiger in Your Tank! Mr. Weems and Donald Rez will help you with all your auto service needs. WEEMS' ENCO, 309 W. Washington, is the place to go for fast and dependable service. Biff checks the price tag Cindy holds at HICKEY'S FURNITURE. The store at 183 W. Washington is literally filled with beautiful pieces of furniture priced right. Karen visits GIFFORD RADIO AND TV on the South Loop where she hopes to find just the right color television for her new home. GIFFORD'S offers quality in both sales and service. -at 1 grmntim. UONII8 r Being a really g'eool" kid, Caroline Vandaveer knows the best wholesale meat and locker facilities are at ZERO LOK-BOX, 241 W. Green. ZERO guarantees you'll have no "beet" about their service and the quality of their meats. Mark knows he will never get the family car until his name is added to the Family lnsuranee Policy plan at ZANE CARTER INSURANCE. 155 N. Graham. Let Alice plant a seed of truth in your mind about green thumb products sold at PORTER and SON, SEEDSMEN. '51 Y' 5' x 3' g waf' Si 2. is gags li -gf? 2 Milli f Suzanne looks over the wide assortment of models and prices PLAZA COLOR TV has to offer in color televisions, radios, and stereos. Sheis satisfied, How 'bout you? "' .s s --1 A -1 1 Xi . . as J' V S 1 1 . p Ep me if 4 igfylw llj l Need auto parts? The men behind the counter at MARTIN'S are Waiting, to serve you! MARTIN BROS. WHOLESALE AUTO PARTS at 265 E. Washington will fill all your automotive needs. I i Stephenville High students are on their way to sign the famous careful driver insurance policies at STATE FARM INSURANCE, 425 W. Washington. STATE FARM is 'gall you need to know about insurance." l Tommy finds that satisfaction comes from careful con- struction as well as from buying, selling, or trading with BROOKS REAL ESTATE. Dianne Smith and Suzi Robertson are pleased with the wide selection and good prices avail- able in CASHON'S stereo tape department. How about shopping CASHON,S the next time you want a new tape or two? Also available at CASHON'S, 198 Morgan Mill Road, is the best in air conditioning. Call 5-5016 to inquire about Carrier or Lennox Total Comfort. If Phyllis Johnston gets a dent in the fender of her car, she knows to take it to ALLIED BODY and FRAME, 813 East Washington. They'll fix it as good as new. Try ALLIED. mf' My Sr, CAS?-101135 "" Lonnie finds just the suit he wants in the Men's Wear Department at HIGGINBOTHAM BROS. 8L CO., 112 E. College. The price is right, too! HIGGINBOTHAM'S also sells hardware, furniture, appliances, shoes, and ladies' wear ofthe finest quality. 235 David Riggins stops by the STEPHENVILLE BANK 84 TRUST COMPANY, 1280 W. Washington, to see about his savings. President Maguire f assures David that his money L is safe and sound in the vault. PIGGLE WlGGLY'S manager, checkers, and sack boys welcome you to shop PIGGLY WIGGLY'where you get S8LH Green Stamps. Vickie advises getting on the TELCOA TV CABLE so you can see the Cowboys' home games too. CABLE TV pro- vides tlie best possible program choice and picture quality for your valuable TV viewing time. Julia Sanford picks up that special dress for that special date from STEPHENVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 84 CLEANERS, 239 N. Columbia, with the complete assurance that it has been cleaned with expert professional care. Melody Hook and R.G. Becker visit WOLFE NURSERY on the Dublin Highway to see their wide variety of trees. Finding bargain prices, customers agree with WOLFE'S slogan, '6Money Does Grow on Trees." Waiting to see their doctors for pre-college physical check-ups, Deana and Karen while away the time in one of the new air-conditioned waiting rooms looking at magazines. Though they're not really sick, they realize that '4An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Terry gives Andrea his expert advice on which paper to choose. Stephenville's locally-owned BEN FRANKLIN STORE has such a wide selection of supplies that it takes an expert to reach a decision on just one item. For all school supplies, shop at BEN FRANKLlN'S, 128 S. Belknap. 7 238 A Q at r frvuic ii-Q.. f When Joy Jones gets to ailing, she rushes down to PAIR PHARMACY, 411 N. Belknap, for a prescription to cure her ailments. PAlR'S also offers free delivery of all doctors' prescriptions. Just dial 965-31 15 during the day for this service. Emergency numbers to call for night service are 968-2231 and 965-4406. Stephenville Little Leaguers warm up on practice fields around town for their big games at CITY PARK. The REC HALL is also open during the day for volleyball, basketball, and other indoor sports. To achieve a new, wide-eyed look, Laurie Brandon shops for false eyelashes at SLAUGHTER DRUG STORE. lf you donlt want false eyelashes, SLAUGH- TER'S has a big assortment of eye make-up. Of course, you don't have to believe us! Just visit SLAUGHTER'S and see for yourself. Ti . CARTRIDGE TAPE CENTER 1, nw Sandra Morton of the BRAEUER AGENCY explains to Diane King the details of the Texas Safe Driving Plan. The friendly folks at BRAEUER'S will be happy to answer all your questions, too. PARTMENT STORE on his lunch hour to look over the stereo tapes and tape players. Theylre perfect for gifts, and MITCHELL'S also has a lot of other types of merchandise you'11 be interested in for gifts or for your- self. Jolynne meets Gene at MlTCHELL'S DE- Try P8LA SINCLAIR STATION, 910 N. Graham for the friendly service with a smile Ricky Pack always gives his customers. Trouble on the road? Just dial 965-3811 for P84A's courteous, fast road service for your car. 23 Varsity Jackets stand out in front at the downtown pep rally like JAKE BROCK'S REPAIR SHOP stands out in front when it comes to "tJixin' your car." If you need auto repairs, see Jake at 1720 N. Graham or call 5-5223. Proud and happy to be SHS exes, Mike, Dale and many others with visions of a little fun and relaxation rush to turn in graduation regalia. The HOLIDAY MOTEL pool is a great place to get in the swim of things, and fine food is available at the HOLIDAY RESTAURANT. Anytime you have more guests than beds, get them a reservation at the HOLIDAY where they'll feel at home. Stephenville's MAJESTIC THEATRE and STAR- LITE DRIVE-IN feature entertainment for old, young, and in-between. For an evening of enjoy- ment, see a movie at one of these theatres and visit the snack bar for a tasty treat. John Willis is pictured getting a box of popcorn from DeVonna for his movie snack. 240 JAKE and DOROTHY'S quality foods give Kerry the go-power she needs to place first in hurdles in District Track, adding another medal to lier collection. 'vm 'X- Faye Rainey finds SCI READY-MIX CONCRETE, 1000 Airport Rd., most satisfactory. Experienced personnel offer immediate delivery of quality and service on any size job. Dial 5-7122. 'FFF Chuck Lietz recommends the dependable service at RIGG'S MACHINE 8: WELDING SHOP, 307 East Rd. Call 5-3910 for welding needs any time or place. COLEMAN'S DRIVE-IN GROCERY, 1590 W. Frey, is a great place to pick up groceries and sundries. Sandra finds the quick check-out convenient and time-saving not only during rushed school days but in the hot summertime as well. No matter what your Zodiac sign is, you'll find it featured in the decor of the Jacket Joint, SHS's newly decorated "rec" room. Mrs. Leatherwoodis art students, udoing their thing," contribute Zodiac posters to the Student Council's big project. Your Zodiac sign alone does not really control your future, you know. So why not let STEPHENVILLE SAVINGS 8L LOAN help you plan and build for a better future. ,ff ffl' The STYLE SHAPER BEAUTY SALON, 580 N. Race, provides a relaxing atmosphere for Jan Gaines as she waits for her appoint- ment. Jan won't have long to wait because of the fast, courteous service STYLE SHAPER gives. Dedicated to more beautiful Women, STYLE SHAPER offers complete beauty service. Just dial 965-7577 for an appointment. if I-as Paying very close attention, David and Lou Ann Tomlinson receive the very best tips on the operation of the new Polaroid camera. You'll receive the very best buys when you shop at CAWYER DRUG COM- PANY, in the Plaza Shopping Center, for gift and prescription needs. ff ,QW tiii 5 The Music Man's Band has plenty of reason to sound off! They are blowing their horns about the low rates that SKIPPER REAL ESTATE, located at 212 E. College Street, has to offer. Call John D. Skipper at 965-5212 about farms, ranches, city property, appraisals. 44 Faculty Index and Directory He1in,J,C. 9, 108, 134-135, 153 M.S., North Texas University: Superintendent of Sehools: 16 years tenure llailey, Bill M. 5, 7, 43. 70, 72, 90,103,138,153,156,159,165-Y 166, 168 M.li., Texas A Air M University: Principal: 11 years tenure Kitchens, Charles 21, 140, 153 M.E., North Texas State University: Counselor: 11 years tenure Aldridge, Larry 7, 9. 16, 24, 67, 137, 150, 151 B.A.,Tar1eton State College: 2 years tenure Bane, Carol 94 '95, 147 13.S.,Tar1eton State College: 1 year tenure Barry, Don 23 f24,67, 150 151 B.A.,11oward Payne College: 2Vz years tenure Chastain, Bette 70, 72, 75, 141 M.1-I., Howard Payne College: 2 years tenure Christian, Gail 98, 100, 148 -149 13.S., Texas Technological University: 1 year tenure Copeland, Michael 23- 24, 150 151 B,S., Tarleton State College: 1 year tenure Crabtree, lfred 16, 20, 92, 146- 147 158- 159 M.1i., Texas Christian University: 23 years tenure Davis, Rosellen 20, 103, 148-149 B.S., Texas Woman's University: 13 years tenure Deavenport, Myrtle 77, 145 M.B.A., West Texas State College: 16 years tenure Fain, Patrieia 146 M.A., University ol'Texas: 3 years tenure lferguson, Cleo 79' 80, 111, 145, 153 M.L.S., Texas Wotnan's University: 21 years tenure Fuleher, Tina Mae 145 M.1i., Texas Technological University: 5 years tenure Garrett, Ralph 9, 24, 51, 69, 150- 151 B.S., Southwest Texas State: 1 year tenure George, Patsy 20, 142-f 143 M.A., Hardin-Simmons University: 1 year tenure Golden, Lorraine 142--143, 152,197 244, 255 B.A., North Texas State University: 16 years tenure Greenway, 1-'aye 102-103, 148-149 l5.S., Texas Woman's University: 7 years tenure l1arwel1,Janies 35, 38, 40-43, 144, 152, 244 B.M., Baylor University: 9 years tenure l1efton,John115,137,148 149,168 169 M.E., Sul Ross State: 14 years tenure Horton, Jo 50, 65, 150 9-151, 248 M.1i., Howard Payne College: 2 years tenure Isbell, Phoebe 77, 142 M.A,, North Texas State University: 27 years tenure Jackson, Emma Kate 26, 142, 255 M.1i., North Texas State University: 15 years tenure Y, I 1 A SHS teachers freak out and back the Jackets, too! Kribbs, Wanda Sue 103- 104, 148- 149, 168 B.S., North Texas State University, 1 year tenure Laird, Lillie Ruth 82, 85, 142-143, 153, 244 B.A., North Texas State University, 13 years tenure Leatherwood, Annie Lynn 141, 144, 152 B.A., Mary Hardin Baylor, 15 years tenure Morton, Michael 86-87, 90-91, 144 B.S., Tarleton State College, 3 years tenure Pilchcr, J. D. 146 B.A., Howard Payne College, 14 years tenure Potts, Danny 9, 22, 24, 51, 65, 66, 74, 150-152, 202 B.S., Tarleton State College, 1 year tenure Shannon, Elsie June 21, 142, 152 168-169, 197 M.S., Abilene Christian College, ll years tenure Citizens Committee for Better Schools at- tend open meeting of Stephenville Board of Education to show willingness to sup- port improvement program. Shipp, Eileen 142-143, 152 M.E., Texas Chiistian University, 13 years tenure Stephens, Rex 98, 100, 148-149 M.S., Texas A KL M University, 13 years tenure Stephens, Willie G. 49, 123, 148- 149, 152 B.S. Howard Payne College, 5 years tenure Taylor, Sam 7, 17, 20, 24-25, 52, 150- 151, 244 B.S., North Texas State University, 12 years tenure Templeton, Tom 16, 147, 152-153 M.S., West Texas State University, 1 year tenure White, Pat 44, 108, 114, 148-149, 153, 252 B.S., Southwest Texas State University, 1 year tenure Williams, Gwen 9, 141, 196 M.S., North Texas State University, 20 years tenure Wood, Bonnie 146, 153 B.A., Abilene Christian College, 2 years tenure OFFICE PERSONNEL Colwick, Avis 135 Secretary to Superintendent Crane, Mae 135 Secretary to Superintendent Williams, Dean 135 Tax Assessor Cain, Rebecca 135 Secretary to Tax Assessor Crow, Lillian 135 Secretary to Tax Assessor Roberson, Peggy 139 Secretary to Principal Tate, Joe Ann 139,153 Secretary to Principal BOARD MEMBERS Ammons, R. C. 132 Brandon, M. C. 132 Frank, L. D. 132 Martin, R. E. 132 Nix, H. D. 132 Pendleton, Vern 132 Schrimsher,Jerry 132 LUNCHROOM WORKERS Cork, Ernest 137 Gilliland, Margaret 137 Huffman, Clara 137 Thomas, Lois 137 CUSTODIANS Evatt, Jimmy 136 Logan, G. W. 136 Logan, Maxie 136 BUS DRIVERS Adams, Glen 137 Archie, William Butler, Austin G. Frizzell, Billy J. Gilliland, Jackie 137 Luttrell, A. M. Martin, Elbert C. Mims, David 137 Mims, Richard Tatum, Paul 137 Templeton, Tom Haggard, Robert 136, 137 Maintenance of Buses 24 246 Senior Index and Statistics ADAMS, MARTHA 10, 49, 110, 155, 157 Math 1, OEA 3-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Band 143,Majorette 243, UIL Typing 2 ALLEN, BRAD 10, 21, 37, 39, 41442, 70, 86-88, 91,155, 168f169, 188, 214, 216 Science 1, 4, Spanish 142, FTA 1, 2, FFA 1, 2, Tennis 1, Choir 344, Choir Committee 4, Band 1"4g Stage Band 1--4, Choir Musical 3-4, Presentation Play 2, All-State Choir 3 BAKER, WAYNE 10, 33, 35, 36, 40, 42443, 86-'88, 90, 155, 165, 224, 243 Science 3--4, Choir 144, Vice-President 2, President 3---4, All Region 4, Band 1 4, Quartermaster 3, Vice-President 4, Stage Band 1 4, State Madrigal Choir 4 BARRON, GARY 10, 25- 26, 58, 61--62, 72, 74- 77, 99, 154f155, 158f159, 168 FFA 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team, Football 174, Basketball 144, Class President 4, Student Council 1, 4, Trea- surer 4, National Honor Society 344, President 4, SBP Nominee 3, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1- 3, Honor Graduate BENNETT, JEFF 10, 25, 27, 31, 124 127, 151, 155,157 VICA 4, OEA 3, Football 144, Track 2. BILLS, DENT FFA 2 4, Reporter 3, Secretary 4 BILLS, GARY 10, 37, 41, 67, 92--95, 155,165 Science 2 4, Math 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, FFA 1- 4, Track 4, Band 144 BILLS, VICKIE 10, 37- 38, 40, 76, 105, 155, 168, 236 Math 3, Spanish 2, FHA 1, 344, Band 1-4, National Honor Society 344, Reporter 4, Honor Graduate BLASINGAME, MURLE 10, 36, 38, 41, 94495,155, 165, 1684169 Science 244, Math 3, FFA 1 4, Band 1 4 BOUCHER, RITA 10, 85, 87, 90, l03f104, 106, 156, 163, 165, 169, 170, 225 FHA 244, Jr. Degree, 4th Vice-President 4, Choir 344, Stingerettes 3, Office Girl 3, Senior Favorite, Lion's Club Queen 4 BOZEMAN, JIMMY Transfer from Mineral Wells, Texas4 BRAMLETT, EDDIE 10, 24, 27, 31, 96, 98499,156,168 Science 2, Spanish 2, FFA 2'4g Football 1f4, Basketball 2--3 BRANDON, CATHY 1, 6, 10, 18419, 36, 39, 41f43, 76, 77, 92- 93,129, 156, 162, 216, 220, 224, 228, 250 Science 1, Math 1- 4, Spanish 243, FTA 3- 4, State Convention Delegate 3, His- torian 4, FHA 1- 3, Band 1- 4, All-Dis- trict 3, Regional Solo and Ensemble Contest 3- 4, Stage Band 344, Annual Staff 1 4, Co-editor 4, New Mexico Interscholastic Press Association Work- shop 3, Missouri Interscholastic Press Association Workshop 4, Presentation Play 3-4, National Honor Society 344, Secretary 4, DAR Good Citizen Award 4, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 142, Outstanding Teenager 4, Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents, Honor Graduate 4 BROWN, DANNY 7, 9-10, 16, 25, 30 31, 58, 60--61, 63, 67- 68,101, 1564157, 168f169, 172, 225, 227 FFA 143, Ag Co-op 4, Football 144, Honorable Mention All-District 2, All- District 3 4, All-Area 3"4, All-State 4, Basketball 144, Honorable Mention All- District 2, All-District 3, Track 142, 4, Baseball 244, Class Officer 2, 3, Class Favorite Runner-up 1 2, Class Favorite 3, Most Representative 4, TCU Scholar- ship in Football 4, Mr. Jacket Nominee 4 BROWN, EDDIE 9--10, 16, 25, 27, 31, 58,60 62, 1564157, 168,240 OEA 3, Football 1f4, Basketball 144, Track 2, TSC Scholarship in Football 4 BROWN, MELANYE 44, 46, 156, 163, 169 Transfer from Ft. Worth, Texas 3, FHA 3, Stingerettes 3 4, Office Girl 3 BROWN, WAYNE Transfer from McCamey 4, DECA 4 BRUNS, GLENDA 156 Transfer from Laredo, Texas 3 BURIS, DOUGLAS 10, 101, 156, 165 Transfer from Sidney, Texas 3, FFA 3ff4 BURKHELTER, STACY Transfer from Corsicana, Texas 4 CARPENTER, GEORGE 1574158 Math 3, Basketball 1, Choir 1f3 CARR,FRANKIE10,49,105, 139,157 FTA 4, FHA 142, 4, OEA 4, Stinger- ettes 3, Office Girl 4 CHANDLER, RUSTY 10, 68, 157, 227 Science 2, FFA 144, Livestock Judging Team 3, Football 1, Basketball 1--2, Baseball 244, Class Officer 1f2 CLARK, I-IARLAN Transfer from Roby, Texas 4 COLLINS, TOMMY 157 Library 3, Choir 2, Band 1 CRANFORD, LOUANN 10, 44, 46, 139, 157, 163,169 FHA 1, Stingerettes 244, Office Girl 4 DALBY, LINDA 10, 48-49, 100-101, 109,155,157,168f169, 218 Science 2: Spanish 142, State Conven- tion Delegate 2, OEA 3--4, Vice Presi- dent 3, State Convention Delegate 3, Student Council 2--4, FFA Sweetheart 4, FFA District Sweetheart 4, Miss Jacket Nominee 4 DARLEY, KEVIN 10, 157 Transfer from Burnet, Texas 4, VICA 4 DAVIS, LINETTE 10, 116, 118, 158 Transfer from Hutchins, Texas 4, DECA 4, First Place in District Public Speaking 4, Top Ten in State Public Speaking 4 DEAVER, STEVE 10, 24, 30, 58, 63, 68,72,75, l51,158, 168,240 Football 1--2, 4, Basketball 144, Track 1, Baseball 4, Class Officer 1, Student Council 2, 4, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1. DERRICK, RONALD 7, 10, 25f26, 29'30, 101, 122, 1574158, 171, 247 Science 142, FFA 1- 4, Chapter Con- ducting Team, Football 1-4, Basketball 1, Track 1, Baseball 1, Student Council 1, Class Officer 3, Senior Favorite DOWELL, TOM 157 Transfer from Carlton, Texas 2 EADS, ED 7,10,97, 124,158 VICA 3- 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, Choir 3 ENGLER, JOHNNYE 10, 37440, 76777,108,135,158,168,217 FHA 1, OEA 4, Band 144, Presentation Play 3, National Honor Society 344, National Honor Society Scholarship Alternate 4, Honor Graduate EVERETT, DEDE 10, 17, 35-36, 44, 49, 53, 57, 65, 158, 174, 247 Spanish 14 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, FTA 1 44, Secretary 244, State Convention Dele- gate 2"3g Basketball 1- 4, Honorable Mention All-District 3, Track 3, Mgr. 4, Band 144, Treasurer 4, Majorette 144, Class Officer 3, Runner4up School Sweetheart 4, UIL Ensemble Twirling 3 FANNING, GREG 10, 25, 28, 68, 74, 100f101, 122, 157, 159, 234, 250 FFA 344, President 4, Football 144, Basketball 1, Baseball 344, Class Officer 2 FAUGHT, LAMARVlN10, 121,159 FFA 14 3, DECA 4 FERGUSON, NORMA 10, 168f169, 171, 189 Spanish 243, FHA 142, OEA 344, Fourth in Area Records Management FISHER, JOE BOB Transfer from Ozona 2 FITZGERALD, KAREN 10, 48, 95, 103-104, 106, 113, 139, 152, 157, 159, 168,23 Science 2 4, Spanish 3, FTA 142, FHA IA4, 2nd Vice-President 344, OEA 4, Track 3, Volleyball 2, Stingerettes 2f3, Co-Captain 3, Office Girl 2, 4 FLYNN, BONNIE Transfer from Paris, Texas 4, OEA 4 FOSTER, BECKY Transfer from Gorman, Texas 4 Only a prank. we hope! FURR, BOBBY 10, 159 Transfer from Breckenridge 4 FURR, JACKIE Transfer from Breckenridge 4, FHA 2 GARCIA, JOE 139 Football 1, 3, Class Officer 1 GARRETT, TRAVIS 9 10, 48-49, 67, 83f84, 93f95, 155, 159, 169, 214 Transfer from Dublin, Texas 3, Science 344, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Math 3"4g Spanish 4, Track 3- 4, 3rd at District 3, Band 3, Cheerleader 4 GOODMAN, KERRY 10, 49, 154, 159, 169, 229 Science 143, FTA 173, FHA 1-2, Volleyball 1, Class Officer 4 GOOCH, EARL10, 118,159 Transfer from Brownwood, Texas 2, FFA 243, Sr. Skills Team, DECA 4, Choir 2-3 GRANT,BETTE118, 155,217 Transfer from Ft. Worth, Texas 3, DECA 34 4 GRIGGS, MIKE 160 Transfer from Houston, Texas 4 HANCOCK, DALE 10, 99, 101, 160, 214 Science 2, Spanish 3, FFA 344, Re- porter 3, National Land Team 2, Foot- ball Mgr. 142 HANCOCK, DAVID 10, 41-'43, 76, 83f84, 129, 160, 168, 216, 247 Science 2, Spanish 2, 4, FTA 2, Band 144, Stage Band 2, National Honor Society 344, PASF Scholarship 4 HANCOCK, MIKE 10, 76, 160, 169, 240 FFA 143, Honor Society 3 HANCOCK, NANCY 10,102f103,106, 111, 114, 122, 160, 163 FHA 144, Historian 3, lst Vice-Presi- dent 4, State Convention Delegate 3, Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 4, OEA 4, Treasurer 4, State Convention Delegate 4, 8th in State Chapter Display 4 Football 1-3, National HORD,DIANE10, 160,164,169 FHA 2, Basketball l,Choir 3 HARDING, RICKEY 10, 21, 33, 35, 37f40, 42-43, 86-91, 154, 160, 170, 214, 221, 224-e225 Science 1, Spanish 1 43, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Choir 1, 344, All-State 34 4, Band 1f4, Freshman Representative 1, Vice-Presi- dent 2- 43, President 4, Asst. Drum Major 3, Drum Major 4, All-District 4, Stage Band lf 4, President 4, Cheerleader 3, Class Officer 344, Student Council 3, Senior Favorite HENNINGSEN, BRANDT 1, 10, 70, 72, 75, 78, 82785, 94-95, 160, 169, 174, 214, 221, 224, 247, 255 Science 244, Treasurer 3, Spanish l'4, Vice-President 3, President 4, State Con- vention Delegate 244, PASF State Board Member 4, Annual Staff 344, Presenta- tion Play 2-3, Class Officer 2, Student Council 344, Student Body Vice-Presi- dent 4, National Honor Society 4, Run- ner-Up Most Representative 4, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1, Nominee for Mr. Jacket 4, Honor Graduate HODGE,CRAIG 160 FFA 2, VICA 3, First in Area Chef's Contest, Football l HOOKS, KAY 10, 21, 76 477, 86491, 104, 160, 168 Transfer from Plainview, Tefxas 3, FHA 3f4, Choir 3- 4, Councilman 4, Region and Area Choir 4, Musical 344, National Honor Society 344, Honor Graduate HUEY. STEVE FFA 1, 244, District Pasture Judging Team, VICA 344, Secretary 4, District and State Conventions, Football Mgr. 1-3 JACKSON, CONNIE 10, 17, 49, 53, 57, lO4,160,166, 169 FHA 344, Basketball 144 R PASF Good Neighbors Pl.-, ,,,7, ,, ,, 248 JOHNSTON, PHYLLIS 10, 49, 70, 82485, 94- 95, 139,154, 158,160, l68fl69, 171, 235, 247 Science 142, 4, Spanish 244, Sgt.-at- Arms 4, State Convention Delegate 4, Volleyball 3, Office Girl 4, Class Officer 4, Senior Favorite KOONSMAN, DEANA 1, 6, 9fl0, 17, 44446, 53, 57, 70, 72, 103-104, 106, 152, 157, 1614163,1684169, 174, 2204221 Science 1f3Q FTA 1'3g FHA lf44, Jr. Degree, State Convention Delegate 2, Texas Tech Officer's Workshop 2, 5th Vice-President 2, Girl of the Month 2, CO-ED Correspondent 3, President 34-4, Basketball 144, Stringerettes 4, Officer 4, Annual Staff 244, Co-editor 374, New Mexico Interscholastic Press Work- shop 3, Class Officer 3, Student Council 2. 4, Corresponding Secretary 4, Home- coming Court 4, Miss Jacket Nominee 4, Runner-up Most Representative 4, SBVP Nominee 3 LEE, ROYCE 10, 87, 91, 97 -98,161, 169 FFA 144, Greenhand Sentinel 1, Chair- man Farm Management 4, Choir 144, Planning Committee 2 LESLEY, SANDRA 10, 17, 53, 57, l28f129, 152, 158, 161, 163, 255 Science 2, FTA 4, Treasurer 4, Basket- ball 1 4, Student Council 2 LOWRY, VICKI 6, 10, 17, 48, 52, 55, 57, 70, 72, 75,104,161,1684169, 173, 205 Science 142, Spanish 244, FTA 2, FHA 144, Basketball 1 4, All-District 4, Stephenville All-Tourney 4, Class Officer 3, Student Council 4, Homecoming Court 4, Most Representative 4, Cham- ber of Commerce Merit Award 1 LUTTRELL, SHARON 10, 37, 40, 161 Science 2, Spanish 2, Choir 3, Band lf4 LYNN, PAUL 161 Transfer from San Angelo 4 MANLEY, BARBARA 10, 76477, 113, 122, 161 Spanish 1-2, FTA 2, OEA 3-4, Re- porter 3, President 4, National Honor Society 344, Vice-President 4, Honor Graduate, OEA Girl of thc Year 4 MARTIN, DEBBY 6, 10, 44746, 112, 122,157,161,163, 169,221 Science 1, FHA 142, OEA 4, Secretary 4, Band 1-2, Stingerettes 344, Officer 4, Office Girl 4, Homecoming Court 4 MARTIN, DONITA 10, 109, 161, 169 Science 1, DECA 3, OEA 4 MARTIN, KAREN 10, 36, 39--40, 105, 140, 161, 168, 229, 233 Science 1, Math 1, FHA 1-2, 4, Band 1-4 MAST, SHARON 10, 116, 149, 161 DECA 4, Secretary 4, First Place in Austin Advertising Contest, Finalist in Houston Advertising Contest McCLESKEY, RICHARD 10, 123-124, 127, 162 FFA 1- 2, VICA 3-4, President 4, Base- ball 142 McDONALD, SAM 48e49, 82485, 153, 162, 193 Transfer from Waco, Texas 2, Science 2, Spanish 344, State Convention Delegate 4, Vice-President 4, DECA 4, Tennis 2, Stinger Staff 344, Cheerleader 4 McCANN, DAVID 125, 127,161 VICA 3 -4, 4th Place Speed and Skill Contest 3 MCMAHAN, DUDLEY 10, 35, 37440, 42-43,93,162, 168 Math 244, Band 144, Reporter 1, All- Muffin gets pep talk. District 4, Stage Band 144, Student Council 1, SBP Nominee 3, Honor Grad- uate McWILLIAMS, DEBBIE 113 Transfer from Lamesa 4, OEA 4 MELTON, MARTHA 6, 10, 44f45, 47f48, 71, 75f77, 82'85, 95, 103, 106,108, 162,165 Science 144, Secretary 344, Spanish 3- 4, Reporter 4, State Convention Delegate 4, FHA 1-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, OEA 4, Stingerettes 244, President 4, Stinger Staff 344, Alternate Cheerleader 4, Student Council 1, 344, Reporter 4, National Honor Society 344, Treasurer 4, Homecoming Queen 4, National Honor Society Scholarship 4 MORTON, CONNIE 10, 43, 64465, 70, 104,162, 169, 217, 248 Science 1-32 Math lf2, Spanish 2, FHA 2, 4, Track 344, Qualifier for Regional 4, Band 143, All-District, All-Region, All-Area lf3, All-State UIL Flute Solo 2 NACHTIGALL, RICHARD 10, 18, 70, 72, 74-75, 77, 92795, 97-99, 101, l58fl59, 162,230 Science 344, President 4, Math 344, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Vice-President 4, FFA 244, Livestock Judging Team 344, Chapter Conducting 3g4, Radio Team 4, Secretary 4, Range and Pasture Team 4, District Convention Delegate 4, Basket- ball 1-2, Presentation Play 344, Stu- dent Council 4, National Honor Society 344, SBP Nominee 3, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1, 3, National Honor Society Scholarship, Honor Grad- uate NORTHCUTT, KERMIT 10, 20, 36, 41, 76f77, 83, 92495,162, 216 Transfer from Kermit, Texas 2, Science 344, Treasurer 4, Math 344, Treasurer 4, Spanish 344, FFA 2, Band 2--4, National Honor Society 344, UIL Num- ber Sense 344, CTA Scholarship 4, Honor Graduate OGLE, LARRY 10, 68, 76f77, 93495, 163 Science 344, Math 4, Football 1-2g Track 1, Baseball 344, National Honor Society 3f4l Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1 PACK, RANDY 10, 16, 25, 29, 122, 127,141, 163,168,227 Science 2, FFA 1-3, VICA 4, Football 1-4, All District 4, Honorable Mention All-Area 4, Basketball 1, Track 1-4, Class Officer 3, TCU Football Scholar- ship 4 PACK, RAY 10, 25, 28, 30, 45, 163, 169, 240 Math 2, Football I-4, All-District 4, Track 1, Stingerette Beau 4, TSC Foot- ball Scholarship 4 ROBERTSON, SUZI 10, 44, 47, 95, 106, 112, 154, 163-164, 235, 242 Science 1-2, 4, Spanish 2, FHA 3-4, OEA 4, Basketball 1-2, Volleyball 2, Stingerettes 3-4, Class Officer 4 PARKER, WILLIAM 10, 24-25, 74, 101, 157, 163, 169, 226, 234, 247, 250 Science 2, FFA 1-4, Football 1-4, Baseball 2, Class Officer 1, 3 PARTAIN, LAURA 49,163-164 FHA 1-2,0EA 3 PIPES, DEBORAH 10, 18, 36, 38-40, 80, 94-95, 103, 106,157,163,169, 216 Science 4, Library 3-4, Secretary-Re- porter 4, FHA 1-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Band 1-4,Presentation Play 3-4 PORTER, CONNIE 6, 10, 75, 82, 103, 157, 162-163, 175, 205, 223 Science 2, 4, Spanish 4, FHA 1-4, 3rd Vice-President 3, 5th Vice-President 4, Stingerettes 2-3, Office Girl 3, Stinger Staff 4, Student Council 1-4, Recording Secretary 3-4, Class Favorite Runner-up 2, Football Sweetheart Nominee 2, Homecoming Court 4, School Sweet- heart 4, Optimist Club Youth Appreci- ation Week Award 4 PURVIS, PATTY 10, 49, 113, 163,169 Science 2-3, Spanish 2, FHA 1-2, OEA 3-4, Band 1-3 QUARLES, SANDY 110,164, 168 Library 2, FHA 1-2, OEA 3-4 RAY, ANN 10, 49, 79,8l, 125,164 Library 3 RHODES, DEBBIE 10, 110-111, 139, 164, 168-169, 180, 205 Science 1-4, Spanish 4, FTA 1-2, 4, FHA 1-3, State Convention Delegate 2, First Vice-President 2, OEA 4, Reporter 4, Stingerettes 1-3, Office Girl 4 RIGGINS, DAVID 10, 18-19, 35, 37, 39-40, 42, 74, 83, 86-87, 89-91, 95, 129, 164, 168, 214, 216, 224-225, 236, 247 Science 2-4, Spanish 1-4, FTA 2-4, Choir 4, All-State Choir 4, Band 1-4, Band Council 4, Stage Band 1-4, Presen- tation Play 2-4 ROBINSON, BILL VICA 3 ROBISON, DEBRA 10, 37-38, 41, 106, 111,152,163-164 FHA 1-4,0EA 4, Band 1-4 SAXON, CLIFFORD 125, 127, 164 VICA 4, Reporter 4, Football 2-3 SEXTON, REBECCA Transfer from Gatesville, Texas 4 SHUFFIELD, SCOTTY 6, 86-87, 90, 128-129, 164, 168, 247 Science 1-2, Football 1-3, Track 1, Choir 3-4, All-Region Choir 4, Band 4 SKIPPER, ELLEN 10, 36, 39, 41, 43, 49,103,l06,159,l65,169 Science 2, FTA 1-3, State Convention Delegate 1-2, Treasurer 2- 3, FHA 1-4, Parliamentarian 2, Treasurer 4, Girl of the Month 2, Band 1-4, Majorette Alter- nate 1, Stage Band 1-4, Presentation Play 2-3, Farm Bureau Youth Citizen- ship Seminar 4 SMITH, J, DIANNE 10, 86-91, 105, 109, 165, 235 Science 1, FTA 2-4,0EA 4,Choir 1-4, Secretary 4, Musical 3-4, All-Region Choir4 SMITH, JERRY 10, 37, 40, 76, 93, 165, 168-169, 219 Math 4, Band 1-4, National Honor Society 3-4, Chamber of Commerce Merit Award 1-2, Valedictorian 4 SMITH, RHONNIE 10, 37, 39, 41, 155, 165, 169, 229 Transfer from Abernathy, Texas 1, Library 2, DECA 3, Choir 1: Band 1-4 SPARKMAN, JOANNA 49, 165 Library 3, FHA 2 SPARKS, CLAUD Transfer from Breckenridge, Texas 4, FFA 4, DECA 4 SPIKES, LANNY 10, 67, 70, 125, 155, 165, 250 Science 1, Football 2-3, Track 2-4, 5th in District 4 STACY, CARLA 10, 120, 165, 168 Science 1-2, Math 1-2, FTA 2, 4, DECA 4, Volleyball 1, Choir 1, Band 1 STASEY, GARY 9-10, 25, 29, 31, 58, 60, 63, 69, 72, 93, 151, 165, 168 Math 4, FFA 1, Football 1-4, Honor- able Mention All-District 2, All-District 3, All-District, All-Area, All-West Texas Academic Team 4, Basketball 1-4, Honorable Mention All-District 3, All- District 4, Honorable Mention All-Area 4, Track 1, Baseball 1-4, All-District 2, Student Council 2-4 STEPHENS, N1TA1,10,17, 21, 48-49, 52, 55, 57, 64-65, 70, 74,148, 152, l58,165,169, 225 Basketball 1-4, All-District 2-4, All- Tournament Ranger 1, All-Tournament Huckabay 2-4, All-Tournament Gran- bury 3-4, Most Valuable Forward Burle- son 3, Most Valuable Forward Stephen- ville 4, Texas vs. Oklahoma All-Star Game 4, Track 3-4, All-District 3-4, All-Region 3, All-State 3, 5th in State Triple Jump 4, Annual Staff 2-4, Ranger Jr. College Basketball Scholar- ship4 STEWART, CYNTHIA 67, 79, 80 Library 3, FHA 1, Choir 1-3, Musical 3 STEWART, GENE 10, 74, 165-166, 239 Science 2, Football 1-2, Track 1-4 STONE,DARRELL6,l0,17,115-116, 119,166 Science 2, FFA 1-4, Livestock Judging Team 4, DECA 4, President 4, Football 2, Basketball 2 SWAIN, PAT 10, 103, 106, 112, 163, 166, 205, 227 FHA 1-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Secretary 3, Historian 4, State Convention Delegate 3, OEA 4, Stingerettes 2-3, Office Girl 3, Student Council 1, Class Favorite 249 250 TATE, MIKE 10, 59-61, 63,166 FFA 2-4, Basketball 1, 4 TAYLOR, ANN 9-10, 35-36, 39, 40, 42, 76-77, 87, 89-93, 166, 168-169, 219 Transfer from Dublin, Texas 3, Math 3-4, President 4, Spanish 3, Choir 3-4, Executive Committee 4, All-Region 4, All-Area 4, State Alternate 4, Band 3-4, All-District 3-4, All-Region 3-4, State Alternate 4, Stage Band 3-4, Secretary- Treasurer 4, Choir Musical 3-4, National Merit Finalist 4, Salutatorian 4 TAYLOR, DEBRA 10, 79, 81,113,116 Library 1-2, State Convention Delegate 2, DECA 3, OEA 4 TEAT, HERB Transfer from Longview, Texas 4 TERRY, JO ANN 10, 17, 33, 35-36, 38-40, 52, 54, 57, 103, 105, 139, 154-155, 157, 163, 166, 168, 205, 224, 229 Science 2, FTA 2, FHA 1-4, Treasurer 3, Basketball 1-4, All-District 3-4, Cedar Hill All-Tourney 2, Huckabay All- Tourney 3, Stephenville All-Tourney 4, Track 3, Volleyball 1, Band 1-4, Secre- tary 4, Majorette 1-4, Head 3-4, Office Girl 4, Class Officer 4, Runner-up Class Favorite 3, Band Sweetheart 4, Miss Jacket Nominee 4 TURNEY, GARY FFA 1-4, Co-op Ag 4 VAUGHN, VICKIE 10, 37-38, 40, 166 FHA 2, Band 1-4 WALKERJERRY10,101,122,167 FFA 1-4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Poultry Judging 2, Leadership 1-2, Football 1 WALTERS, RONNIE 10, 42-43, 88-9l,144, 155,164,167 Science 1, Football 1-3, Track 1-2, Choir 1-4, Band 3-4, Stage Band 3-4, Choir Musical 4, FHA Beau 3 WATSON, HANK 10 VICA 4, Secretary 4, Football 1-3, Basketball 1 WESTMORELAND, PAULA Transfer from Midland, Texas 4 WHITENTON, DEBBIE 10, 49, 120, 167 FHA 1-3, DECA 4, Choir 1, 3, Volley- ball 1 WHITACRE, SHERRY 9-10, 48-49, 56, 94-95, 106, 167-169 Science 1-4, FHA 1-4, Basketball 1-3, Manager 4, Track 3, Cheerleader 3-4, Head 4, SMU Cheerleading School 4, Class Officer I, Football Queen Court 2-3, Football Sweetheart 4, Home- coming Court 3, Jacket Relay Queen 4, Class Favorite Runner-Up 1,Class Favor- ite 2-3, Lion's Queen Runner-up 4 WILLIAMS, CHARLES 5-6, 10, 67, 70, 72-75, 79, 93-95, 141, 162, 167, 169, 214 Science 2-4, Math 4, FFA 1-2, Dairy Products Team 2, Jr. and Sr. Chapter Conducting Team 1-2, Football 2-3, Track 3-4, Band 1-2, Stage Band 1-2, Student Council 4, Mr. Jacket Nominee 4, Student Body President 4, Optimist Club Award 4 WOOD, DALE 10, 25, 28-29, 95, 122, 126-127, 151, 154, 167, 240 Science 2, 4, VICA 4, Football 1-4, Track 1,Class Officer 4 WISE, DELBERT 10, 138, 167 Science 2, FFA 1-3, VICA 3-4, Foot- ball 1-2 WOOD, RUGENE 10, 49, 77-78, 87-88, 90-91, 93, 167-168 Transfer from Temple, Texas 3, Math 4, FHA 3, Basketball 3,Choir 4, Musical 4, National Honor Society 4, Honor Grad- uate WRIGHT, CLINTON 10, 167 FFA 1-2, Dairy Team 1 WRIGHT, MARVIN 167 Transfer from Port Hueneme, California 4 YARBROUGH, MARY ANNE 10, 49, 79-80, 103, 106, 116, 119, 153, 167,192, 206, 250 Library 1-4, Parliamentarian 3, Presi- dent 4, FTA 2, FHA 1-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, 3rd Vice-President 4, DECA 4, Trea- surer 4, Presentation Play 2-3, Q.V. Sweetheart 4, Honor Graduate YEAGER, KENNY 10, 83, 127, 158, 167 Science 1, Spanish 3, State Convention Delegate 3 Junior Index Lea Alexander 177 Kathy Allen 17, 92-95,177 Darline Anderson 95, 108, 113-114, 122,177 Ray Andrews 18-19, 35-36, 38, 41-43, 87,177, 216 Susan Andrews 177 Roy Lynne Anthony 44, 46, 153, 177, 234 Brad Barron 1, 21, 24, 67, 78,177, 220, 230 Cyd Baumgardner 77-78, 177 Eddie Bcarden 78, 93, 98-99, 101, 129, 177 R. G. Becker 21, 77-78, 93,177,237 .Ioe Benton 177 Roy Bills 40, 93, 177 Pat Black 16, 77-78, 93, 176-177, 214 Rosanna Bolling 37-40, 48, 91, 105, 137, 177 Mike Boren 41, 75, 96, 99, 177 Phillip Boswell 69, 74, 177 James Boucher 37, 40, 42, 83, 93, 95, 178 Dwain Brock 21, 25, 30, 59-60, 63, 68, 74, 97, 99, 178, 240 Tommy Brooks 6, 66,178, 217, 234 Lonnie Brown 116, 121, 178,235 Donna Bruns 102, 178 Terry Burgess 35, 37, 40-42, 178, 184, 237,214 John Buris 97, 178 John Burleson 74, 178 Mike Carlson 17, 178 Randall Carpenter 7, 25-26, 67, 72, 74, 98, 151, 178 Margaret Carter 37-40, 178 Susan Chastain 20-21, 44, 46, 82-83, 105, 178, 212 Karleece Chumney 83, 94-95, 252 Richey Clark 74, 178 Charles Cole 23, 179 Steve Cole 16, 126, 178-179 Ann Cox 44, 46-47, 105, 153, 179,212 Jim Cozby 179 Denver Cross 23, 51, 179 16, 44, 46, 77-78, Dennis Curtis 24, 30-31, 67, 72, 74-75, 92-93,106,151, 222 Craig Dameron 37, 41, 66, 179, 217, 222 Deborah Daniel 77-78, 179 Alice Darnell 20, 79-80, 83, 95, 104, 179 David Deaver 23, 176 Cynthia Denton 21, 44-46, 78, 82-84, 153,179, 212, 221 Debbie Domm 18-19, 36, 38-39, 41, 93-95,179, 216, 219 Janice Dowell 77-78, 82-83, 105, 179 Bill Dunson 22, 68, 99,179 Gary Earle Sharon Engler 1,18-19, 37-38, 40, 83, 152, 179, 216-217, 219, 220 Scott Evans 51, 66, 179,217 Mark Evatt 18-19, 37, 40,179, 216 Debby Ewers 48-49, 77-78, 95, 178- 180, 188, 212 Terry Fedde 20-21, 92-93, 95, 179 Jimmy Foster Sherri Foster 36, 40, 144, 179, 212 Glyneth Free 180, 186, 242 Ruemma Frizzell 105, 180 David Garner 21, 27, 96-98, 180 Debbie Garner 139, 180 Randy Gill 180 David Golliday Nettie Golliday 180 Glynda Gordon 17, 20-21, 48-49, 52, 55, 57, 64, 83, 104, 138-139, 180, 188, 193, 212 Billy Graham 125, 180 Doris Graham 21, 49, 114, 180 Mike Graham 116,122, 186, 212 Tresia Green 180 David Gregory 180 Letha Grissom 17, 80, 180- 186 Louis Grissom 181 Sharon Gryder 17, 181 Debra Hallmark 181 Lana Hanson 37, 41,181 Randy Harding 36, 38, 40, 42, 83-84, 87-89, 91, 94--95, 181, 225 Larry Harris 21, 97-98,181 Rickey Haynes Carol Harwell 18 42-43, 74, 86 Beverly Hefton 20, Mary Hicks 37, 39 Perry Hicks 25, 92-93, 95, 98, -19, 21, 35-36, 38, --88, 90-91, 181, 228 145,181, 242 -40, 81,104,181 28, 72, 74, 77-78, 176,181 Rudy Hinojos 93-95,181, 222 Melody Hook 6, 10, 20-21, 49-50, 64, 138, 181, 212, 237, 242 Dwain Hooks 97, 182 Jolynne Hopson 1, 17, 21, 56-57, 72, 74, 182, 220, 239, 255 Jerry Hubble 122, 125 Danny Hughes 21, 182, 236 Judy Hughes 1, 6, 16, 67, 70, 72, 74, 77-78,151-152,182, 220,225 Kathy Hunter 6, 10, 17, 20, 56, 180, 182, 212, 232 Rickey Hyde 20, 23, 59-62,182 Dianna Irick 77-78, 104,108,1l4,182 Wesley Jacks, Jr. 37, 40, 182 Betty Jackson 50, 182 Caroline Jean Jackson 19, 81, 182, 216 Caroline Mae Jackson 182 Larry Jennings 186 Paula Joiner 121, 182 VickiJones105, 114,122,182 Kenneth Kelly 121, 182 Steve Kimball 40, 99,182, 222 Diane King 17, 56, 183, 239 Don King 37, 41-43,183 Jimmy King 120, 183 Lance Knight 10, 20-21, 48, 59, 61-62, 72, 74,176-177,180, 183, 189,222,232 Linda Knight79-80, 181,183 Joe Kohr 183 John Kribbs16,23, 183,226 Toni Laughlin 183 Sharon Leatherman 79-80, 183 Carolyn Lesley 1, 6, 16-17, 20, 52, 54, 57, 64, 103-105, 128-129, 152, 176,183,220, 226,255 Gregg Lewis 1 Nolan Lewallen 7, 16, 25-26, 59-61, 63,67,99, 183,189,227 Charles Lohrmann 21, 68, 83, 92-93, 183,214 Roger Lowery 127 Peggy Lucas 183 David Luttrell 183 Ricky Lynn Kay Mahan 183 Terry Maikell 49, 183 James Marsh 21, 23,176 Susan Martin 18, 86-88, 90-91, 103, 105,129,144,183,216 William Mason 37, 41, 183 Alva Mast 116,118,183 Larry McMa1ian 16, 67, 183 Zoe Miller 44, 47, 83, 105, 184 Randy Mills 25, 29-31, 167, 184, 240 Bobby Nichols 6, 23, 67, 184 Kirby Pack 101, 184 Lewis Pack 37-38, 40, 87, 90-91, 184, 214 Marilyn Pack 181, 184 Mike Parr 25, 29, 184, 240 Steve Peacock 9, 70, 99, 184 Nelda Perry 92-93,105,15l,184 252 Alice Porter 20, 77-78, 82--83, 85, 184, 212, 233 Danny Procter 83, 93, 185 Kenneth Purvis 21, 37--38, 41 '43, 77, 78, 185 Don Rez 69, 93, 129, 177, 185, 232 Ricky Rhoades 185 Bill Richards 21, 25- 26, 51, 97-99, 151, 185, 240 Judy Riggs 83,105,108, 114, 151,185 Jerrye Riley 185 Jerry Roberts 125, 185 Becky Robinson 20, 80, 83, 185--186, 242 Rickey Rowe 185, 222 Wanda Rutherford 44, 47, 104-105, 153,185,212, 224, 234 Beverly Ryan 16, 20, 77-'78, 83, 85, 139, 185, 212 Cliff Sanders 185 Julia Sanford 17, 49, 52, 54, 57, 64, 185, 212, 237 Suzanne Satterwhite 83, 185, 212, 234 Jack Shaffer Bobbie Shelton 114, 180, 185 Bobby Sherrod 185 James Slaten 87, 90- 91,185 Etta Jo Smith 87, 91,185 Patti Smith 21, 44, 47, 77478, 93,185, 189, 206 Sharon Smith 17, 48, 56, 82 '85, 139, 186,212 lsla Snyder 50, 83, 85, 186,212 Debbie Adams 50, 104, 191, 195 Kathy Anderson 18, 79, 81, 91, 191, 195, 216 Rita Kay Arms Debbie Artfiend John Baker 35, 37, 40, 42, 72, 91, 94495, 191, 195 Joe Belcher 97,191, 195,220 Lola Bible 87, 91,191 Renee Blanks 151, 191, 195 Margaret Boswell 50, 191, 212 Laurie Brandon 35 '36, 39, 48, 77, 92, 104,191,195, 224, 238 Vicki Britt 91, 104, 191. 197 Debbie Burks 91, 191, 195 Dale Carpenter 23, 72. 97 98, 190--191, 198 Nellie Soliz Randy Spikes 186 Debbie Steger 20, 139, 186, 222 Laverl Stephens 186 Ray Stone 127, 186 Debbie Stracener 36, 38, 40, 74, 83, 104, 186, 212 Keith Stripling 21, 23, 87, 91, 186, 229 Larry Tate 186 David Tomlinson 35, 37, 40-42, 92, 94f95,186, 216, 219, 243 Ann Trammell 16, 115'--116, 121--122, 186 Steve Turknett 20, 37, 42 f 43, 186, 214, 216 Sharlyn Turney 81, 186 Lynn Ulmer 6, 51, 71, 77--78, 92-93, 187,230 Caroline Vandaveer 44, 47, 85, 104, 139, 187, 233 Debbie Waldie 10, 35, 37, 39, 48, 83-85, 87-89, 90 91, 144, 187, 243 Donna Walker 77-78, 82 83, 92 93, 128-129, 187 Steve Walker 20, 116, 118, 187 Michelle Walters 44-45, 47, 83 -84, 87, 91, 102,187,252 David Watkins 7-8, 21, 24, 28'-29, 31, 68,176,187, 227 Beth Watts 119, 187, 212,216 Douglas Waugh Gary Whitman 21, 35, 37, 39, 41-43, Sophomore Index Taressa Carpenter 191, 195 PaulChapman 21, 23, 51,191 Billy Chew 191 Nancy Clark 79, 81, 87, 90-91, 191, 195,212 Dusty Clayton 23, 94-96, 191, 195, 222 Rickey Coleman 24, 87, 91, 191, 195 Gail Corsey 191, 195 Kathy Cranford 1, 6, 44, 46, 152, 191, 2194-220, 253 Nancy Dalby 44, 46-47, 153, 191 Kerry Darley 191 Jeannie Davidson 87, 91, 104, 191, 195 Donald Denman 24, 74, 92, 191, 194f195, 197, 221 Linda Derrick 50, 191 192, 195 WWaW,,,1 wfehff Congratulations, Michelle! 72475, 97-99,101,187, 216 Danny Whitt 97, 187 Toni Willis 122-123, 125, 127, 187, 226 Cathy Wilson 187 Lana Wise 20, 114, 139, 151, 180, 187, 212 Nat Wofford 67, 98, 187 Chris Wo1f128, 187,223 Debra Wolfe 83, 187 Kay Wood 10, 17, 20, 49, 53, 55, 57, 64, 72,75,94-f95,18l, 187,212 Mike Wood 16, 25, 27, 29-31, 59-'60, 63, 67468, 97,151,187 Marvnell Wright 64, 122, 181 Steve Dunn 40,191,195 Donna Ifinney Beverly Fisher 102, 191 Lynn Foster 50, 64,191-192,212 Jan Gaines 50, 64, 72, 95, 104, 192, 212, 243 Carolyn Gaither 87,90 91, 192 Elaine Ganske 91, 104, 192 Helen Garrett 21, 104, 192 Tommy Garrett 192 Debbie Gibson 192 Kenneth Gifford 51, 96, 192, 222 Mike Gilbert 23, 51,192, 197 Jo Ann Gooch 21, 64-65, 75, 86'91, 192, 254 Robert Gray 23, 96, 101, 184, 192 Becky Green Leonard Green Jane Griffin 21 87,91, 192 38, 40, 88, 192 Rod Green 37- , 102, 192 Debbie Hale 44, 46, 104, 192 Jimmy Hale 23 ,192 Joe Hale 23,192 Zonelle Newman 44, 46-47, 104, 194, 221, 253 Jeanmarie Nichols 44-46, 104, 194, 212 Alan Nix 23, 67, 92, 194 Terry Olliff 87, 90-91, 194 Garland Pack 37, 40, 194 Johnny Hancock 99, 192, 222 Mary Harrison 36, 38, 40, 104, 192 Ted Helms 70, 193 Steven Hodge Brenda Hope James Hoover 66, 193 Doris Howard 192-193, 242 Krista Howell 193 Jerry Huekabee 96, 99, 193 Fredia Hurt 87, 90-91,193 Linda Huse 193 Janet Jackson 102, 192-193 Randy Jacquess 23, 193 Geri Jarvis 37-38, 40,95,193,196 Sandra Jenkins 37-40, 104, 193, 197 Bruce Stanley Johnson 23, 87, 90-91 Pam Johnston 151, 193, 212 Kathy Kelley 192-193, 212 Bobby Kennedy 97-99, 193, 196-197 Bing King 37, 87,193 Kirk Kitchens 23, 51, 193, 198, 217 Clay Knapp 20, 92, 97, 99, 193 Greg Lane 37, 40, 87, 91,193 Wylie Laney 97, 194 Jerry Lawson 194 Randy Gregg Lewis Chuck Lietz 96, 99, 194, 211 Vicki Little 104, 192, 194 Don Lucas Lynn Lumsden 44, 46, 104, 129, 194, 212 Vickie Mann 21, 36, 38, 40, 104, 194 Linda McAnelly Debbie McCann 194 Wayne McCann Nicky McCarty Kim McCleery 194 Ray McCoy 97, 194 DeVonna McNeill 37-38, 41, 194, 240 Karen Miehaud 194 Melvin Miller 37, 40, 95, 194 Chris Montgomery 50, 64, 92, 104, 128-129, 192,194,212 Charles Moon William Moon 63, 194, 222 Mike Moreland Mike Moser 23, 66, 99, 194 John Nease Steve Pack 194, 222 Freddie Paekwood 195 Dave Parker 92, 195 Scott Patterson 23, 51, 190, 195 James Patton Debby Perry 36, 40, 104, 128, 195 Roy Pingleton 195 Faye Rainey 195-196, 241 Cheryl Rampley 18-19, 190, 192, 195, 197, 199, 212, 219, 221 Larry Rankin Ricky Rasberry Don Ratliff 18, 195 Clayton Ratliff, Jr. 195 Robert Ray 37, 41, 96, 195 Gayla Redden 21, 44, 47, 190 195 Connie Rhodes 195 Dusty Rhodes 23, 83, 92, 97, 99, 190 195 9 Debbie Riggs 144, 195, 242 Kerry Roach 40, 50, 64-65, 92, 195, 240 Marsha Rogers 18-19, 102, 195 Dee Ann Runyon 6, 44, 47-48, 83, 92, 104, 195, 212, 219, 253 Bruce Russell 195 Margarita Sanchez 195 Emilee Sanders 195 Ken Satterwhite 195 Jr. Savage 23, 196 Rickey Saxon 97, 196 Sarah Schmidt 49, 102, 196 William Schrimsher 97, 196 Susan Scott 44, 47, 83, 104, 196, 212, 220 Danny Sharp 23, 196 Janet Sharp 17, 50, 196 Larry Sharp 196 Mike Shelby 126-127 Gary Shelton 96, 196 Anthony Sims 23, 51, 67, 196 Anita Smith 196 Gary Smith Kenneth Smith 196 Larry Smith 23, 83, 92, 196, 214 Linda Smith 104, 196 Nancy Smith 151, 196 Sandra Smith 1, 6, 16, 44, 46-47, 64, 95, 104, 190, 196, 212, 220, 241 Kathy, Dee Ann, and Zonelle strike a "Raindrop" pose for Stingerette Talent Show rehearsal. Susie Sorrells 64 Kenneth Spellings Stephen Van Springer 222 Mona Staffon 64, 83, 196 Alemeda Stephens 196 Darrell Stephens 25, 96, 151, 190, 196, 240 Mary Stephens 196- 197 Donna Stone Rickey Stone 99, 196, 222 Terry Stone 23, 72, 196 Frank Summers 87-89, 196, 225 David Tate 37, 42, 95, 145, 197 Mike Trice 23, 197 Steve Trogdon 37, 41, 87-91, 193,197 Carolyn Voss 44, 104, 197, 212 Mike Walker Dennis Watson 197 Craig Webb 197 Richard Weems 197 Diane Wesson 87, 91, 104, 148, 197 Ginger Whitacre 21, 48-50, 64-65, 72, 75,83,92,104, 197, 199,212 Victor Whiteley Taresa Whitenton 87, 91, 94 Carolyn Whitfield 87 91, 104, 197, 206 Susan Williams 21, 36, 39, 48, 64, 92, 95, 196-197, 212, 229 John Willis 197, 240 Dean Willman 36, 88-89, 94-95, 197 Eddie Winkler 197 Leonard Wise 197 Shirley Wright 87, 197 Larry Young 253 254 Freshman Index David Alexander 201 Roger Ammons 22, 83- 85, 201-202 Garry Anderson 83. 201 Terry Antoine 201 Dale Ash 37, 40,201 Ronald Atkins'22, 201 Bonnie Barfield 201 Jennie Barron 87, 91, 201 Dewey Bates Lawrence Bible 51 Jack Bills 22,201 Elaine Blanford 21, 37, 40. 64, 87, 91 201, 212 John Blazi 40, 96, 201 Debbie Bridges 50, 72, 102, 201 Billy Brown 22, 51, 66, 201, 254 Don Brown 16 -17, 22, 51, 66, 200-202. 209 Diann Buck 81. 201 Janis Burns Gary Carpenter 87, 91, 201 Margaret Carpenter 201 Mark Chastain 5, 51, 66, 75. 201 Joe Christian 36. 38.40, 201 Ronney Coleman 22, 201 202 Charles Compton 37, 41. 201 Jake Compton 151, 201 Vicky Counts Terry Crow 37, 39-40, 201 Steve Curtis 16, 22, 96, 201 e202 Cary Dameron 37, 40, 96, 201, 222 Lrnie Darnell 201 David Davis 201 Gary Davis 201 Jesse Davis Lee Davidson 22, 66, 201, 205 Gary Decker 202 Sterling Denton 35, 37, 40, 42. 83, 202 Becky Derrick 202, 242 Kay Derrick Mark Derrick 22, 99, 202 Gordon Dockery Steve Dolberry 202 Gary Domm 202 Danny Dowell 22, 202 Sherry Dunagan Ann livans 37, 41, 102, 200, 202, 204 llal Evans 22,51,66, 102, 200,202 Peggy Ewers 37, 39-40, 202, 212 Brent lfanning 22, 202, 205 Debra lfincannon 202 Linda lford 207 Paul Foster Debbie Garcia 44, 46, 87, 202 Cindy Garrison 37-38, 40, 87-88, 91. 102, 202, 212, 232 Jimmy Gill 22, 202 Rickey Gilliland Sharon Golightly 44, 46, 202, 203 Sue Graham 102-103, 202 lfredia Green 102, 202 James Gregory 202 Robert Gregory 37, 40, 202 Dianne Griffin 44, 46, 202, 203 Billy Grissom 16. 22, 51, 66, 72, 96,202 Wayne Haley 22, 51, 66, 96--97. 202-203 Dale llallmark 203 Lillie Hamilton 50, 203 Margie Hartsfield 203 Sid Hatch 203, 216 Sue Hendrickson 44, 46, 50, 203 Curtis Henningsen 22, 83-85, 202 -203 Tommy llilliard 87,203 Randy Hooks Susan Hubbard 44, 46, 92, 203, 212 Jimmy Huckabec 203 Danny Huey 22, 202' 203 Mike Hughes 36, 41, 203 Gary Huniberson 22, 51, 202, 203 Donna Hunter 48, 102,203,205 Phillip Jacks 37, 41, 203 Sam Jackson Richard James Derone Jenkins 36, 40. 92, 203, 212 Vic Johnson 72. 203 Ann Jones 50, 203 Joy Jones 1, 102, 152, 203, 220, 238, 255 KarenJones 102,203,212 Johnelle Kincannon 44, 46, 102, 203, 205 Billy advises Jo Ann to jump high and hurry all the way to Regional! Charles Kohr 203, 242 Pat Kribbs 22, 51, 66, 72, 200, 204, 209 Denise Landers 37 40, 87, 101, 204, 212 Ginger Lawson 50, 204' 205 Gayle Lee 16, 22, 66, 202 Marchelle Lee 87, 91, 96, 204 David remit 36, 40, 66, 204 Steve Lesley 22, 51, 99, 202, 204 David Donald Liles 207 Sharon Lovelace 102, 204-205, 230 James Lowry Jerry Lowry 22, 51, 66, 99, 204 Millie Lucas 204 Wanda Lucas 50, 204 Reuben Luna 96 Kerry Luttrell 204 Connie Lynn Sheila Martin 37 38, 40, 102 103, 204 Maria Martinez 204 Claire Mast 37, 41, 102, 204 Ken McDonald 8, 22, 204 Judy McGarrity Cindy McKay 204 Dale McKinney 204 Susie Meador 44, 46 47, 204 James Melton Rhonda Miller 44, 46 '47, 50, 64, 102, 204, 212. 224 Linda Mills 374 40, 102, 204 Paula Moon 87, 90, 204 Tony Moon 242 Tommy Musick 36, 40 Margaret Nease 79, 81, 102, 204 John Nesbitt 205 Terri Newman 36. 41,205,212 Phil Orbison 205 Jimmy Pack 37, 40. 51,205 es ,X Johnny Pack 22, 202, 205 Joyce Pack 37-39, 41,102,205 Lois Pack 37-39,41, 102,205 Ricky Pack 17, 22, 205, 239 Tommy Pack 22, 66, 202, 205 Benny Padgett 37, 39-40, 205 Gayle Parrack Charles Peek 37, 83, 205 Johnny Perales 205 Mark Porter 1, 5, 16, 22, 72, 75, 220, 233 David Ramos 207 Randy Rez 69, 205 Clyde Rhodes 22, 205 Billie Riggs 44, 47, 72, 74, 102, 208 Margo Robertson 44, 47, 72, 74, 205, 208 Robbie Robertson 102, 200, 205 Donna Robison 36, 39-40, 81, 102, Carol Rogers 206 Ella Mae Rogers 87, 90-91, 206 205, 205, 102, 206 Sharon Sanders 102, 200, 203, 205-206 Bruce Satterwhite 16, 22, 51, 205-206 Terry Saxon 206 Sharon Sims 102, 205 -206 Marvin Sisson Debbie Smith 36, 39 40, 92, 206 Jim Smith 206 Billy Spellings 207 Gayla Springer Danny Spurlock 22, 202, 206 Greg Stewart 206 66, Randy Stone 22, 66, 96, 202,206 Cindy Tate 50, 206 Pat Tate 206 Linda Taylor 50, 79, 81, 203, 207, 212 Jo Ann Thompson 91,207 Lou Ann Tomlinson 37, 40, 42, 64-65, 87-89, 91,102, 207, 212, 243 Pat Trogdon 44, 47, 50, 207, 224 Tommy Tuck 22, 66, 207 Deborah Tucker Taressa Turley 102, 207, 255 David Turney 207, 255 Roxann Varnell Linda Walker 102, 129, 207 Rhonda Walker 44, 47, 203, 207, 255 Gary Wallace 22, 98-99, 202. 207 Joe Walls 83, 207, 255 Adrian Warren 22, 98 Barry Watson 22, 202, Leann Weems 37-38 Linda Weir 44, 47, 50, Leonard White 207 ,207, 255 207,255 41, 102,207,212 206-207 Sherry White 77, 87-88, 200 Brenda Whitehead 87, 137, 207 Dana Wolfe 50, 102, 207, 255 Donna Wood 44, 46-47, 102, 207, 255 Kelvin Wood 51, 98, 207, 255 Teresa Wood 87, 90-91, 207 Cynthia Wooley 90, 102, 205, 207 Kenneth Wright 207 Peggy Wright 50, 207 255 .E 5 TT 3 1 I s S ' 5 ! , 1 s S ii 2 2 w E ? 5 f 5 5 3 +fY'z, eVxF ' V' n-:fra ' :p w -V a'. 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