Sterling High School - Miramar Yearbook (Houston, TX)

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MM 1977 MIRAMAR Ross Sterling High School Houston, Texas Volume 12 Table of Contents Opening Seniors Juniors Sophomores Honors Organizations Sports Faculty Ads Index Closing Miramar Staff Mr. Lee Dragoo Abra Charles Kim HoUoway Jeanette Williams Sheilia Evans Pamela Cockrell Carla Douglas Janice Jones Sharee Copeland Donita Mayes Cheryl Jones Tammy Hayes Carolyn Ferguson Chester DeTiege Randy Murphy Mike Fain Donna Mouton Loretta Crawford David Dunn Don Barbier Bobby Jefferson Thomas Coleman Ross Marlowe Don Morrison Darrell Ferguson Advisor Editor-in-Chief Editor in-Chief Business Manager Advertising Editor Assistant Business Manager Senior Class Editor Senior Class Editor Junior Class Editor Sophomore Class Editor Honors — Activities Editor Asst. Honors Editor Oiganizations Editor Organizations Editor Sports Editor Sports Editor Sports Editor Faculty Editor Secretary Head Photographer Photographer Photographer Photographer Photographer Photographer John Winchester SLICED PEACHf], IN LIGHT $r«UP ig a Opi-iiinj; ihis hook is like o|)cninfi a ( an otcl.-lic iou fniil. lt " ihr iiifin-dirnts that inak.- it ahihtii- . laiifiuajio, dcsiro. success and sonictinn-s . . . Iaihiii . o. A iiiixliiii ' 111 iirrxiiialilics. cti-ati Movin ' On! " Before the Learning Tup .rh: (;ii-anlin.-s is pi-rttviion al " Ross S, Slt-rlin;;. " " Ti)ii CiMiU-r: " " lillli- luruti al lltTinan Cark. " HoUoiii 1,1-tt: in is fifUing ready lo sit and stu(l wilti a Iriciid for tin- rit-xl class. li illiMn Ki dil: Calihinf; a lillle snou .i- Ix-lorf I bell riM " s. Process ' To|) Kifjlit: l)am-l i lakiim a li-w shoiv „-U rf las . Bottom l efl: Sammic want to iht-ik to sit il tin- mustang is dead. Holloni Rifiht: Raidf-r C,uar i is on llu- Malclil Sir and Lady Sterling I • Howard Young Sarah Mercier Maid and Count of Student Life Mary Catalon Dennis Douglas 10 Maid and Count of Academic Life Escort: Russell Smith Jacqueline Fogle 11 The Agony of Defeat 13 Sterling Raiders Are What ' s Happening! Tup Lffl: Say, Tlial siulT ivall look wt-ird!!!!! Ceiilen Whal is he lalking aUoMff B(Mom Left: I wonder if sonieojic i lookiiv Im Botlom Left Corn.r liii f;la(l I (an -il rid olilii,, load. Top Righl: Keep a wal.li. winle I -el l.im slraighl. Bollom Rit;ht: Lasy way lo ki-ep llie llnfjeis in shap.-. 15 Campus Life Campu- lili- i maili- up of many lacfts. Somflimi llu- |ialiu i a iM-t-liive ofactivitv oi ' all -liiilinl . ami then tlicrc an- limes wlini s - uinild ralluT Ix- alinif willi (iriK a Iru tririids. |- ' , iT iiiif who attfiuls our school li ' cU a ci-ilain aninuiit nl In-filnrn. uhirh i (-. i-iitial In a |ilra aiit social lili ' . we ' ll- llr.- lo he oll anil mr. •-ifce ' i-? pv.: r .iO - -rr- yffj 17 i3S Hi i _ . ' n 6 r j I Raiders ' Are Full of Soul Sterling: students are free to enjoy whatever entertainment that is offered in our school auditorium. Worries are no problems, because we are a family and whatever is there we enjoy it. jar " w tiii.Q.. % f i o 1 il ' ' ll 19 Socializing Top Lfit: Say man could you f ivr rnr a lilll ' ad- Top Right: My own private study Hall. IJotlotn Lett: hull ot ,lov wliilf enjoying their hrrakfasl. (!entei- Check tliis out. I ' hal fooTs head is as big as this purse. Top Right: The Raiders are joined together for their " Horneeoniing (iala. " Top Lett: I wish Wf could talk like this often. Rotloni Right: I wonder wliat he is doing? Is he Irving out for ihi ' Symphony? ' v;- ' ? n ■: ' r J. 4- ' Ci i ' if I END OF A LO . . . 22 Top l.i ' tt: Derwin i iifrvousarul I wonilci why?? Top Kifihl: On.- last look hetun- the .■n,l ot tlir .lav. |{..ll..m l.. ' lt: I ' m t;la.l .lass is over an.l I .an .Link rn.-a.-..l,l ..iie. H.ittoni L. ' ll: t ' inisliinf; up L.ilav ' s pra. li..- and ..II li.iin. ' ti.evf;... (..■nt. ' i: l{.) . my throat sure is ilr . ' i ' . p IJifiht: K. ' laxing before their lius arrive. I!..ll..ni Kifiht: ■•And the Lord said . . NG DAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 23 Seniors Officers Tina Walker-President Mary Burroughs -Vice-President Cecelia Scott-Secretary Sarah Mercier-Treasurer Miriam D. McCardell- Parliamentarian Kim Holloway-Historian Elinor White-Sargeant-At-Arms LaNiece Harrison-Chaplain EDITORS: Pamela Cockrell Carla Douglas 26 Senior Class Favorite Darryl Achane and Sarah Mercier aron, Sharon licrnathy. Clyde i hane, Darrel ilanis, Elizabeth Adams. Keith dani . Stephanie fic»lini. Toni Alexander, Charles Alexander, Gail Alexander, Tanya Allen, Theresa Alspaugh, Matthew Anderson, Betlye Anderson, Uonna Anderson, Jessie Anderson, Gary 27 Ardoin, Shyrldine Ashy, Klizabeth Arkadic. (lynlhia Hankctt. Trichcnl Banks, Melvin Barabin. Yvonne Barbior, Don Barnett, Chen I Barren, Denise Barrett, Jacqueline Bates, Michael Batts. Kaniona Benlord, Ola Bernard, Jef ' fery Bigsby, Gerald Blake, Kerry Blake. Anthony Boehm. Michael Brooks, Klton Brown, Darlene 28 Brown. Clilford BrovvTi, Emerson Brown, Pattv BrowTi. Sher ' l Brvant, Paulette Burleson, Mark Burrough, Mary Butler, Aaron Butler, Kodney B ers, Robin B rd, Russell Caesar, Fatrire Calhoun. Caria Campbell. Patriei Capricei, Stella Carrier, Clifford Cena, Elizabeth Chamber, Ered Chandler, Charles Charles, Abra 29 Co.krrll. I ' an.. ' l., i;iaui)( li. DoMiia Colbert. i:raif: C;..l.-. Dcborali Coleman, Kennelli Collins, Sabrina Colluni, Darn! Cushman, Al Cravt-ford, Loretta Crow, Jell Curr ' , UarnI Darden. Loretta Davidson. Arthur Davis, Beverly Davis, Karen Davis. Kandv Davis, Yasmin Dennis, MariKn Dickey, Cheryl Domes, Charlesetta 30 Domes, Karl Uoutette, Joseph Douglas, Caria Douglas. ClienI Dugar, Patricia Dunbar, Anita Duni an. Lisa Dunmon. Tlielt Kddins, TiUord Elder, Alfred KIder. Patricia Klliotl, Judv Kvans, Debbie Evans, Sheila Fain, Mike Fefie, Tammv Felder, Eugene Felder, Michelle Ferguson, Carolyn Ferguson, Daryl 31 - n, . K. II Horrs, „, Kol)l)s, Sa nun hold, Cun.lM Foster. Mar ' FowliT, Juanita Krancis, Konald Krefiiian, GweiululMi French, Bobin Friske. Dena (»aines, ' alli (iaivan. Palrii iu Garcia. L r George. Chandra Gihson. I.uk.- (lilhcrt, l ' alri( ia Ginn, Dcloro Gipson, Grifion Givens, Jov r (Robert, Lilv 32 Goodie, Denise Goss. Patricia Gray. Richard Green, Bobbv Green, Lionel Green, Konald Green, Shelly (iuidrv ' , Deborah Guidry, Kenneth Hale, Sharon Hall, Uurila llurTiilton, Cassandra Hampton, Mary Hanelinc, Robert Haiien, Konnie Hanna, Judith Hargrove, Vivian Harper, Connie Harris, Commodore Harrison, Laniece 33 Harrison. I.vni ' lli- Harvp . Cari.Uii Havgabrooks. Ki-nnrili Havwood. Kuthii- Hearnr. Karlim- Hendrickson, Ja Henr), Gerald Henri. Jeanelle Henry, Lon Henderson, Nina Herbert, Michelle Hill, Patricia Hobdy, Melinda Hodge, Victor Hogan, Karl Holman, Eric Holmes, Karen Holmes, Roselta Hoolye, James Hopkins, Larrv 34 Hoyle, Pegg - Hutchinson, Cynthia Hippolite. PhyMis rvin, Bernard Jackson, Darrel Jackson, Lance Jackson, Michael Jackson, Sandra Jackson, Zina Jacquot, Anthony Jefferson, Bobby Jefferson, Francis Jeffery, Danny Jenkins, Marilyn Jenkins, Marilyn Johnson, Carl Johnson, Kendall Johnson, Kevin Johnson, Mary Johnson, Mar ' 35 (Jui-ss What Marilyiiy What Cynthia. ' ' Nothiii;;. vi)U proriiiM- iiol to t.-iiy r... . . . Jones, Anncllf Jones, Arlene Jones, Linda Jones, Marsha Jones, Rarhail Jones, Rel a Jones, Sandra Jones, Uly i . Julks, David Kelly, Cynthia King. Brenda Kin;;, Mary 36 Kiiux. Beverly Komorny. Pauline Kyle. Janke Landon. Dean Landers, Jackie Lee. Brenda Lester, Jeffery Lewis, Albert Lewis. Chervl Lewis, Lllen Lieeketti). Karen Lister, Terence Mac Mahon, Laura Maddox, Kathy Madison, Uebra Marine, Vernice Martin, Jessie Martin, Richard Martin, Thelma 37 Malllu ' ws. Arlciir MalthfMs, DarUnr Matthews, Earm-st Mauth, Loslir Mavfielil. I ' aulrtlr McGee, Debra Meanor. TruH Mean . Dalesia Merrier. Sarah McCants, Cath McCardell, Denise McCourtnev, Llovd MrCruse, Sheila Mitchell, Anthony Mitchell, CaroKn Mitchell, Chenl Mitchell. Michael Moore, David Moore, James Moore, Teresa 38 Till ' takf won ' t kill vou. It will just makf vou -irk. Morrison, Debbie Morrison, Don Moton, Clarence Moulon. Donna Munerlyn, Ronald Murphy. Deborah Nance, Donald Nation, Marlon Nav , V elda Nichols, Dianne Nora, Bernard Udom, kalherine 39 40 Oxford, Leona Orville, Leu Pardue, Michael Parker, Glenda Pearce, Louis Perkins, Jerry Piggue, Kendrade Pillar, Clifford Pittman, l tanya Prenlis. Ann Preston. Sharon Proctor, Alvin Pullum, Marilyn Raglin, Donald Ramirez, Larry Randolph, Gerald Raylbrd, Belinda Reed, Christopher Revis, Tony Riehardson, Patrieia Rideau, Sharon Roberson. Beverly Roberts, Leonard Roberts, VineienI Robertson, Curtis Robinson, Jacqueline Roekford , Robert Rogers, Roderick Romero, Bertha Ross, Esther Rush, Ida Salas, Armando 41 Sanili ' rs, Maurirt- Sansoiii, Sheila Schuiiian. Sharon S citl. Crrrll.i Semaiuls. Man Sharp. Mii ' liat ' l Shifliis. i.ki Shirl.ls. W ,-iuK Simien, Preston Simpson. Laura Singleton. Samuel Smilev. Freileriek Smitli. Chris Smith. Douglas Smith, Gwendolyn Smith. Joseph Smith. Kenneth Smith. Michael Smith. Paul Smith. KusM-ll 42 Top Right: Do you ever comb your hair!!! Smith, Tyreil Spears, Pamela Spencer, Sandra Stasky, Steve Stevens, Craig Stevenson, Michael Stewart, Linda Stovall, Vernlta Tasby, Shelia Taylor, Barbara Taylor, Ueirdra Taylor, Wilbams 43 alli.-i,. r,„l„lvn I ' litiTs. Hariin Vercht-r, CI. . Walki-r, Janii r Walker, Jean Walker, Linda Wanneik. Donna W ashington. Brvan Washin on, Mira Watts, Georgia Wells, Vem Wells, Sherri Top l ft: 1 didn ' t know that 44 White, Elinor While, Vanessa White, Vivian Whiling, Joyce Wiggins, Eric Williams, Cynthia Williams, Daisy Vi illiams, Jeanette Williams, Larry Williams, Lori Williams, Lawanda Williams, Pat Williams, Rosevell Williams, Thelma Willis, Michael Willis, Vanessa Wilmore, Dives Wilson, Jacqueline Winn, Cheryl Wiseman, Jerry 45 Lift: I am one man well put logi ' lluT. Mmve: Don ' t ask me because 1 dont know. The Miramar staff presents some seniors whom we think are the most Friendly enise G lie Micliarl W Athletic aria Douglas Michat-I Woodard Bold Charlesetta Domes Ronald Booker Courteous Marv Semands Donald Sherman 47 And The Most Active Russell Byrd Gwen Smith Likely to Succeed Kim Holioway Randy Murphy 48 And The Most ! ! ! Most Stylish Abra Charles Roderick Rogers Most School Spirit Arlene Jones Mike Fain 49 Aaron. Sharon: Student (iovt. 1 r.: Art Club IVcs. 1 r.: I- ' . H. A. 2 yrs.; Track: lian.l I yr.: Basketball Team 1 vr. Abernathy, Clyde: German Club; Raider Guard; K. F. A.; 7th Cavalry; Baseball Mgr. Acker, Ronnie: Varsity Baseball 2 yrs. Adams. Stephanie: . (). E. 1 t. Agostini, Toni: H. E. C. E.; Base- ball (batgirl) 2 yrs.; Baseball Sweetheart. Alexander, Tanya: Dist. Ed. 2 yTS. Alexander, Gail: Marching Band 2 yrs.; Modern Dance 1 yr. Allen, Theresa: F. H. A. 1 t.; Rocking Raiders 2 yrs.; Jour- nalism 3 vrs. (Sr. Class Ed.); Volleyball Team 1 yr.; Tennis Team 1 t.; Modern Dance 1 yr. Alspaugh, Matthew: R. (). T. C; Jets Vice Pres.; Honor Society; German Club; Mu Alpha Theta; Avogadro Society; Drama Tech. Anderson, Bettye: F. H. A. 1 yr. Anderson. Donne: F. T. A. Treas.; Student Govt. 3 vrs.; Lady Parimont Archery; Ten- nis Team; F. H. A.; Office Ed. Asst.; Natl. Span. Honor Soc; Volleyball Stats. Anderson, Jessie: D. E.; R. O. T. C; Med. Careers Club. Antoine, Gary: Most Handsome Jr.; Who ' s Who Among High School Students; Baseball. Ardoin, Shyrldine Arkadie, Cynthia: Band 4 yrs. Ashy, Elizabeth: H. E. C. E. 2 yrs.; Student Govt. 1 yr.; Spanish Club 3 yrs. (Pres. 75-76); Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Nat ' !. Span. Honor Soc. 2 ts. (Vice 50 Senior Index Pres. 75-76): Girl ' s Statr Representativi-. utiT. Norman Bailey. Deborah: H. K. C. E. 2 yrs. Bankett. Iriclicrvl: 1. 1 1. A. 1 r. (S.-c. 1 vr.) Banks. Mt ' lvin: Spanish Club 2 rs. Barabin, Yvonne: D.E. 1 yr.; I wirier 2 yrs.; F.T.A. 2 yrs.; Avogadro Soc. 1 yr.; Band 3 VTs.; Journalism Club 1 yr. Barbier, Don: Cheerleader: Stage Manager; Yearbook Photographv Editor. Barnett, Cheryl: F. H. A.; OffKc Ed. Asst.; V. (). E.: Christian Crusaders. Barrett, Denise: Student Govt. 1 yr. (Asst. Sec. 76-77); Chess Club 1 yr.; F.T.A. 2 yrs.; Nat ' I. Forensics League 1 yr.; Tennis Team 1 vr.; Modern Dance 1 vr.; Golf Team 1 vr.; D. E. (Sec.) 1 yr. Barrett, Jacqueline: V. O. E. 1 yr.; Journalism Club 2 yrs.; Volleyball Feam 2 ts. Butler. Aaron Butler. Rodney: D. E. 2 yrs. Byrd, Russell: Band 3 yrs.; Asst. Drum Major 1 yr.; 0. E. A. 2 yrs.; O. E. A. Vice Pres. 1 vr.; Count of Student Life; Rock- ing Raider 1 yr.; Mr. Rocking Raider f yr.; Stage Band 1 yr. Calhoun, Carla: F. T. A. 2 yrs.; F. H. A. 3 yrs.; Tennis Team 1 yr.; Archery Team 1 yr.; Cavaliers 3 yrs. (Imperial Medic 76-77). Caporicci, Stella: Cavaliers 3 yrs. (C-ount of Reserve 76-77); Nat ' l. Span. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Nat ' l. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Jets 2 vts.; Medical Careers Club 3 vrs. (Pres. 74-77). Cena, Elizabeth Chandler. Charles: F.T.A. Charles. Abra: Avogadro Soc. 1 yr.; Miramar 3 yrs. (Editor-in- Chief 76-77): Vollevball Traini-r 1 yr.: Basketball Trainer 1 yr.; Culture i ' Aub 2 yrs.: Business Manager of Yearbook I yr.; Sr. Class Committee; Who ' s Who Among High School Students 2 yrs. ( launch. Donna: D. E. 2 vrs. Cleve. enher C ' ockrell. Pam: Booster Capt. 1 yr.; Sophomore Pres.; F. T. A. 2 yrs.; H.E.C.E. 1 yr.; Journal- ism Club 2 yrs.; Miramar I t.; Student Govt. 3 vrs. Colbert, Craig: Baseball 3 yrs.; Golf 1 yr. Cole, Deborah: F. H. A. 1 yr. Collins, Sabrina: Rocking Raider Capt. 1 yr. Crawford. Loretta: F. H. A. 3 yrs.; Miramar 3 vrs. Curry, Darrell Cushman. Al Darden. Loretta: F. H. A. 2 yrs. Davidson, Arthur: N. J. R. O. T. C. 3 yrs. (Officer 75-77); Jour- nalism Club 1 vr.: Raider Guard 1 vr. Davis, Beverly: Track Team; Volleyball Team: Tennis Team; Golf Club; Span. Club. Davis, Karen: F.T.A. 2 yrs. Of- fice Ed. Asst. 1 T.; Span. Club 2 yrs.; Cavaliers 3 yrs. (Count 76-77); Journalism ( lub 1 vr.; Nat ' l. Span. Honor .Soc. Davis, Randy: KO.T.C. Davis, Jasmin: F.H.A. (Sec.) Track Team 1 yr.; D.E. 2 yrs. Dennis, Marilyn: F.H.A.; D.E. Dickey. Cher l: Band 3 yrs.; Nat " l. Honor Soc. ] yr.; Spanish Club 1 yr. Domes, Charlesetta: Basketball (Girl ' s). Domes. Karl: Stage Band 3 yrs.; N.J.R.O.T.C. 3 yrs. Dotson, Albert Doucette, Joseph: F.T.A. 1 yr.; Baseball 2 yrs.; H.E.C.E. 1 yr. Douglas, Carla: Miramar Staff 1 yr. (Sr. Editor 1 yr.); Student Govt. 3 yrs.; J.V. Cheerleader 1 yr.; Christian Crusaders (Vice-Pres.); Basketball (Girl ' s) 3 yrs.; Basketball Trainer; Track Team. Douglas, Cheryl: V.O.E. 1 yr.; F.T.A. 2 yrs.; J.V. Cheerleader 2 yrs.; Journalism Club 3 yrs.; Nat ' l. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Medi- cal Careers 2 yrs.; Flag Corps 1 yr.; Modern Dance 1 yr. Dugar, Patricia: F.T.A.; Co-Op; Booster Club; N.F.L.; Most Beautiful Sophomore; V.O.E. Co-Op; Sr. Class Com. Dunbar, Anita: Nat ' l. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; J.V. Cheerleader 1 yr.; Student Govt. 3 yrs.; Miramar Staff 3 yrs.; Spanish Club 1 yr.; Modern Dance 1 yr. Duncan, Lisa: H.E.C.E.; Nat ' l. Span. Honor Soc; Modern Dance. The 3 yrs ma: F.T.A.: Spanish Club D u n m o n , D.E.C.A. 2 yrs. Eddins, Tilford: Band 1 yr.; Bowling Club. Elder, Alfred: Band 3 yrs.; Base- ball; Stage Band. Elder, Patricia: Art Club 1 yr. Elliott, Judy: F.H.A. 3 yrs.; F.T.A. 1 yr.; Tennis Team 1 yr.; Spanish Club 1 yr. Escalante, Lynda: J.E.T.S. 1 yr.; Archery (Capt. 76-77) 3 yrs.; Nat ' l. Span. Honor Soc. 3 yrs.; Spanish Club (Pres. 76-77) 2 yrs.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Nat ' l. Honor Society 3 yrs.; Alpha Lambda (Pres. 76-77) 3 yrs. Evans, Sheila: J.V. Cheerleader 1 yr.; Track 1 yr.: F.H.A. (Pres. 75-76) 2 yrs.; Student Govt. 1 yr.; Band 1 yr.; Miramar 1 yr.; Modern Dance 2 yrs.; Rocking Raiders 1 yr. Fain, Michael: Journalism Club (Sport ' s Editor 75-77) 3 vrs.; l.T.S. (Pres. 75-77) 3 ts.; N.F.L. (Sec. 75-77) 3 yrs.; An- nouncer ' s Club 2 yrs.; Student Govt. 3 yrs.; Nat ' l. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Mu Alpha Theta (Treas. 76-77) 2 yrs.; Most Handsome Sophomore Senior; Miramar Staff (Sport ' s Editor 76-77) 1 yr. Fefie, Tammy: Cavaliers 2 yrs.; Medical Careers 2 yrs.; Spanish Club 1 yr.; F.T.A. 1 yr.; F.H.A. 1 yr.; H.E.C.E. 1 yr. Felder, Eugene: H.E.C.E. 2 yrs. Felder, Michelle: F.H.A. (Sec. 74-75, Treas. 75-76, Pres. 76-77) 3 yrs.; F.T.A. 1 yr.; Rocking Raiders 1 yr. Ferguson, Carolvn: Miramar Staff (Org. Editor 76-77) 2 yrs.; F.H.A.; Rocking Raiders; Basketball (Girl ' s) Flock, Kelly: Aerodynamics 2 yrs.; Voc. Ed. 1 vr. Flores, Amy: N.J.RO.T.C. 3 ts.; C.V.A.E. 2 yrs.; Spanish Club 2 yrs. Fobbs, Samuel: Cheerleader 1 yr.; Band 2 yrs.; F.H.A.; F.T.A.; Track Team; Journal- ism Club. Ford, Carolyn: Medical Careers (Vice Pres.). Foster, Cathy: C.V.A.E. Foster, Mary: F.H.A.; Cavaliers. Fowler, Juanita: F.H.A. 3 yrs. Francis, Ronald: F.T.A.; Most Handsome Senior (Runner- up); F.H.A.; Spanish Club. Freeman, Gwendolyn: F.H.A. 3 yrs.; F.H.A. (Treas. 75-76) (Vice Pres. 76-77); F.T.A. French, Bobby: RO.T.C; Most Handsome Junior; D.E.C.A. (Treas.). Friske, Dina: C.V.A.E. 1 vr.; H.E.C.E 1 yr.; RO.T.C. 1 t.; Baseball Sweetheart (75-76); F.F.A. Sweetheart (75-76). Gaines, Valli: Band; F.H.A.; Modern Dance. Galvan, Patricia: Nat ' l. Span. Honor Soc. 1 yr.; Spanish Club (Sec. 76-77) 2 yrs. Gebauer, Jay Gibson, Luke: RO.T.C. 3 yrs.; Color Guard 1 yr.; Off. Ed. Asst. 1 yr. Ginn, Delores: D.E. 1 yr.; H.E.C.E. 1 yr. Gipson, Gregon,: F.H.A. 1 yr. Givens, Joyce: Basketball (Girl ' s); Rocking Raiders. Gobert, Lily; F.T.A. 1 yr.; Rock- ing Raiders (Co-Captain) 2 yrs.; Spanish Club 1 yr.; Chess Club 1 yr.; Modern Dance 2 yrs.; Student Govt. 1 yr.; F.H.A 1 yr. Goodie, Denise: Cheerleader 3 yrs.; Nat ' l. Honor Soc. 3 yrs.; Student Govt. 1 yr.; Mu Alpha Theta 1 yr.; V.T.A. 2 yrs.; Spanish Club 2 yrs.; Miramar 1 yr.; l.T.S. Goodwill, Francois: H.E.C.E. 1 yr.; F.H.A. Goss, Patricia: F.H.A. 1 yr. Gray, Richard: N.J.R.O.T.C. (Company Commander) 3 yrs.; Rifle Team; Color Guard. Green, Bobby: C.V.A.E. Green, Lionel: J.V. Basketball 1 yr.; Vars. Basketball 1 yr. Green, Ronald: D.E. Green, Shelley: Nat ' l. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Nat ' l. Span. Honor Soc. 3 yrs.; Cavaliers 1 yr.; Spanish Club 3 yrs.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Tennis Team 2 51 yrs.; Jets 1 yr.; S|)aiiisli { ' . u ) (Vic(--Tifas. ' 7f)-77) 2 i . (iiiidiA. Di ' lioiah: Tuiilci I vr.: liaiul . ' is.: Modciii Dancr: K.H.A. 1 vr. Guidr , KtMint ' tli: K.ll.A. Hale, Sharoii: K.ll.A. 3 yrs.; F.T.A. 2 VIS.: K()( kiiiii Raiders 2 yrs. Hall, Laurita: K.T.A. 2 vrs.; F.H.A. 2 yr.s.; Nat ' l. Honor Soc. 2 vrs.; Spanish C.lul) 3 yrs.; Nail. Span. Honor Soc. 3 yrs. Hamilton. Cassandra: .Student Govt. (Pres. 76-77) 3 yrs.; Spanish Club 1 yr.; F.T.A. 1 yr.: Vollevball Trainer 2 vrs. Hampton, Man: F.H.A. 1 yr.; Rocking Raiders 1 yr.; D.E.C.A. (Sec. 76-77) 2 yrs.; Tennis Team 1 vr. Haneline, Robert: Aerodynamics 2 yrs. Hanen, Konnie: D.E. 1 yr.; F.H.A. 2 yrs.; Chess Club 1 yr. Hanna, Judith: German Club 2 yrs.; at ' l. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Volleyball Team 1 yr.; Jets (Sec. 74-77) 3 yrs. Hargrove, Vivian: F.H.A. 1 yr.; Modern Dance 1 yr. Harper, Connie: Cavaliers (Mar- quis of Aragon 76-77) 3 yrs.; Student Govt. 1 yr.; Maid of Academic Life 1 vr.; F.H.A. 2 yrs.; Off. Ed. Asst ' . Harris, (Commodore: D.E. 3 yrs.; F.H.A. 3 yrs.; Gents 2 yrs.; D.E. l rojects Chairman. Harrison, Lanie(;e: Sr. (dass Chaplain; F.T.A. (Vice-Pres. 76-77) 3 yrs.; Modern Dance (Sec. 76-77) 2 yrs.; l.T.S. 2 TS.; Announcer ' s Club 2 vts.; N.F.L. 3 yrs.; Journ. Club (Jr. Sr. Class Ed. 7.5-77); Spanish Club 1 yr. Harrison, Lynette: F.T.A. 2 yrs.; F.H.A. (Pres. 76-77) 2 yrs.; 52 Sludriit G(i t. 2 yrs.; (Jcimkim (dub 1 vr. Ilarvfv. CaroKii: F.H.A. 3 yrs.: Rockinji Raiders 2 yrs. Ilau abrooks. Kenneth: Band 3 yrs. Hearne, Earline: Hand 3 yrs.; Swimming 1 yr.; Trac ' k 3 yrs. Hearne, Lois: Chorus 3 ts.; D.E. 2 yrs.; N.J.R.O.T.C. 2 yrs. H(Miderson. Rhonda: V. Cheerleatler ( a|) ' n.; O.E.A. 2 yrs. Fillie; Announcer ' s (dub 1 vr.; Mod. Dance, Pre.s. 2 yrs.: N.F.L. 1 yr.; Soph. S ' c. 1 yr. Henry, Gerald Herbert, Michelle: 4 yr. Journ.; Sec. of Journ.; Sr. Class; Comm. 1 yr.; Jr. Class Comm. 1 yr.; Span, (dub 3 yr.; N.H.S. 3 yrs. Hill, Patricia: Naval JROTC. Hobdy, Melinda: D.E., Soc. Comm. in D.E.. F.H.A. 1 yr. Holloway, Kim: H.S. 2 yrs., Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Student Govt.; 3 yrs.; Sr. Class Historian; Miramar Staff 3 yrs.; E.S.A.A. 1 yr.; Jets 2 yrs.; Culture Club. Holman, Eric: Band; Stage Band; F.H.A. Holmes, Karen: Student Govt. (Pub. Chairwoman 75-77) 3 yrs. Holmes, Rosetta Hoodye, James: ( .V.A.E.; F.T.A.; Spanish Club; F.H.A. Hoyle, Peggy: V.O.E. 2 vrs,; O.E.A. 2 yrs.; F.H.A. 1 yr.; Med. Careers. Ilum[)hrey, Leonard: F.H.A. Hutchinson, Cynthia: Rocking Raitlers 2 yrs. Hypolite, I ' hvllis: Modern Dance 1 yr.; Volleyball 1 vr. Jackson, Darcel: Rocking Raiders 1 yr. Jackson, Jackie: F.T.A. 1 yr.; N.J.R.O.T.C. 3 yrs.; Span. (dub 3 rs. .|a( kson. Lance: D.F.C.A. (I ' rcs. 7()-77) 2 yrs.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Natd. Honor Soc.; Nat ' l. Span. Honor Soc; Spa:i. Club; D.E.; Am. Leg. Boy ' s State. Jackson, Michael: Track 1 yr. Jefferson, Bobby: Stage Band 1 yx.; Miramar Staff I yr. Jenkins, Marilvn: F.H.A. 3 yrs.: Med. Careers 1 yr. Jenkins, Marilyn L.: D.E. 1 yr.; , Student (iovt. 3 yrs.; F.d ' .A. 2 yrs.; Journ. (dub 1 yr.; Most Beautiful Soph.: Most Beautiful Jr. Johnson, Ann: D.E.C.A. Johnson, Carl: Chess (dub 2 yrs.; Baseball 3 yrs.; F.H.A. 1 t. Johnson, Karen: E.H.. . 1 yr. Johnson, Kendall Johnson, Man: F.H.A. I yr. Jones, Annette Jones, Linda: .O.F. 1 vr.; F.H.A. 1 yr. Jones, Marsha: Basketball (Girl ' s) 3 yrs. Jones, Patsy: Booster Club 3 vrs.; F.T.A. 1 yr.; D.E.C.A. 2 vts. Jones, Rachael: Natl. Honor Soc. (Pres. 76-77) 2 yrs.; N.F.L. 3 yxs.; Announcer ' s (dub 1 yx. Jones, Sandra: Off. Ed. Asst.; V.O.E. Co-Op 2 yrs.; Modern Dance 2 yrs.; Track 2 yrs.; Rocking Raiders 1 yr.; Chris- tian Crusaders 1 vr. Julks, David: Band 2 yrs.; D.E. 2 yxs. Kelly, Cynthia: Modern Dance 1 yn; D.E. King, Brenda King. Mary: l.T.S. 2 yrs.: Mod- ern FJance ((Choreographer) 1 yr.; N.J.R.O.T.C: An- nouncer ' s Club I yr. Knox, Beverly: C.V.A.E. 3 yrs. Komorny, Pauline: F.F.A. 3 yxs.; F.F.A. Reporter I yr.; Mu Alpha Theta 1 yr.; Natl. Honor Soc. 2 yrs. Kyle, Janice: Cavaliers 1 yr.; Off. Ed. Asst. 2 yrs.; V.O.e! 2 yrs. Landon, Dean: Golf Team 2 yrs. Lastee, Edward: Basketball 2 yrs. Lee, Brenda: D.E. (Sec.) 1 yr.; Student Govt. 1 yr. Lester, Jeffrey Lewis, Albert Lewis, Cheryl: N.J.K.O.T.C; Mixed Chorus. Lewis, Ellen: V.O.E. 1 yr.; O.E.A. 1 yr.; Cavaliers 2 yrs.; Natl. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Span. Club 1 yr. Licketto, Karen: Softball 1 yr.; Track 1 yr.; Natl. Honor Soc. 1 yr.; Choir 1 yr.; Driver ' s Exc. Award. Lister, Terence McCourtney, Lloyd: Golf; N.J.R.O.T.C. 2 yrs. McCruse, Sheila: E.H.A. 3 yrs.; Rocking Raiders 2 yrs.; Troubadours 1 yr.; Modern Dance 1 yr. McCutchen, Kevin: C.V.A.E. McGee, Debra: H.E.C.E. 2 yrs.; F.H.A. 1 yr. MacMahon, Laura: Golf. Maddox, Kathy: Span. Club; Miramar Staff. Martin, Jessie: H.E.C.E. (Treas.) 2 yrs. Martin, Richard: D.E. 1 yr. Matthews, Arlene: D.E. 1 yr. Matthews, Darlene: F.H.A. 1 yi. Mauch, Leslie: Span. Club 3 yrs. Mayfield , Paulette: Student Govt. 4 yrs.; Journ. Club 3 yrs.; Sr. Class Comni.; Jr. Class Comm.; J.V. Volleyball 1 yr.; Vars. Volleyball 1 yr.; Culture Club 1 yr. Mayon, Rodney Meanor, Trudy: Swim Team 1 yr.; N.F.L. 1 yr.; Span. Club 1 yr. Mercier, Sara: Band 3 yrs.; Twirler 1 yr.; Sr. Class Treas- urer; Class Favorite 3 ts.; Miss Sterling; Student Govt. 1 yr.; F.F.A. 1 yi " . Mitchell, Carolyn: Student Govt. 3 yrs.; Rocking Raiders 1 yr.; Modern Dance 1 yr.; V.O.E. 1 yr. Mitchell, Michael: Football 2 yrs.; N.J.RO.T.C. 3 yrs.; Band 1 yr. Moore, James: Track Team; Troubadours. Moore, Teresa: Chess Club 1 vr.; F.T.A. 1 yr.; F.H.A. 1 yr.; Nat ' l. Honor Soc. 2 yrs. Moton, Clarence: F.H.A. 2 yrs.; Span. Club 1 yr.; Gents 2 yrs. Murphy. Ranilali: Miramar Staff (Sport ' s Ed. 76-77) 1 yr.; Journ. Club (Fac. Ed. 76-77) 1 yr. Nance, Donald: Tennis Team. Nation, Marlon: J.V. Basketball 1 yr.; Aerodynamics 1 yr. Navv, Velda: J.V. Cheerleader 1 yr.; F.H.A. 1 vr.; D.E. ( Pari.) 2 yrs. Nichols, Dianne: F.H.A. 2 yrs.; Span. Club 1 T.; Med. Careers 2 yrs. Nora, Bernard: Alpha Lambda 3 yrs. Odom, Katherine: Tennis Team I yr. Oi-ville, Leo: H.E.C.E. 1 yrs. Pardue, Michael: H.E.C.E. 2 yrs. Parker, Glenda: Honor Roll 1 yr. Patterson, Dwight: Football 2 yrs.; Track Team 1 yr. Perkins, Jerry: Baseball 3 yrs.; Raider Guard 2 yrs.; F.F.A. (Pres. 76-77) 3 yrs.; F.F.A. (Vice Pres. 75-76). Piggue, Kendrade: Band 3 yrs. Pillar, Clifton, H.E.C.E. Pittman, LaTanya: Band 3 yrs.; F.T.A. 1 yr.; Med. Careers 1 yr.; Student Govt. 2 yrs. Prentis, Ann Preston. Sharon: H.E.C.E. (Vice Pres. 75-76 Pres. 76-77) 2 yrs. Proctor, Alvin: Stage Band 2 yrs.; F.H.A. 1 yr. Pugh, Michael: F.H.A.; Bowling PuUum, Marilyn: F.H.A. Raglin, Donald: Debate; N.F.L. 2 vrs.; Band; O.E.A. Randolph, Gerald: N.J.RO.T.C. 3 yrs.; F.H.A. 1 yr.; Band 1 yr.; Raider Guard. Rayfbrd, Belinda: F.H.A. 3 yrs. Rideau, Sharon: O.E.A. 1 yr.; Cheerleader (J.V.) 2 yrs.; Flag Corps 1 T. Riggins, Debra Roberts, Leonard: F.H.A. Roberts, Vincent: Band 2 vrs.; N.F.L. 3 yrs.; Announcer ' s Club (Pres. 76-77) 2 yrs.; Journ. Club 2 yrs.; Span. C-lub 2 vrs. Robertson, Curtis: Baseball 2 yrs. Robinson, Jacqueline: F.H.A. 2 yrs.; H.E.C.E. (Hist.) I yr. Rochford, Robert Ross, Esther: N.J.R.O.T.C. 3 yrs. Rottger. Joseph: N.J.R.O.T.C. 3 vrs. Rush, Ida: C.V.A.E.; F.H.A.; H.E.C.E.; Jets. Sanders, Maurice Sansom, Sheila: Tennis Team 2 yrs.; Volleyball 1 yr.; Modern Dance 2 yrs.; F.H.A.; Golf Team 1 yr.; V.O.E. 1 t.; Miramar Staff 1 yr.; Gents 1 yr. Schumann, Sharon: V.O.E. (Re- porter 76-77) 1 yr.; O.E.A. 1 yr.; Christian Crusaders 1 yr.; F.F.A. (Co-Sweetheart 75-76). Scott, Cecelia: F.T.A. 3 yrs.; Ten- nis Team 1 yi.; Student Govt. (Treas. 76-77) 3 yrs.; Sr. Class Sec; Maid of Student Life; 53 ars. ( ' .liccrlcadiTs 2 vis.: Span. Clul) 1 r.: .loiiin. ( ' liili (( aiiipii Lilf Va . r - () A rs. Scolt. Harold: C.N.A.K. Semaiids. Man: K.ll.A. I yr.: Studt ' iil (iuvl. I yr.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Cavaliers (Count ol ' Castilie 76-77) 3 yrs. Sharp, Michael: Vars. CheerleadtM I r.: D.E.C.A.; Student (iovt. 3 vrs. Shields. i(ki: H.E.C.E. 2 yrs.; Lihrary Ciuh ( Pres. 75-76) 1 yr. Shields. Wendy: Hand: Mu Alpha Theta; Span. Cluh; Natl. Honor Soc; Swim Team; Jets (Hres. 76-77) 1 yr. Sherman, D o n a I d : C h o i i ' ; Oceanography Club.. Simien, Preston: Band; (ients; Stage Band. Simpson, Laura Singleton, Samuel: Vars. Foot- ball Team 1 yr.; J.V. Football Team (Capt.) 1 yr.; Track Team 2 yrs.; F.F.A. 2 yrs. Smith, Frederick: Band; Stage Band. Smith. Chris: D.E. 2 yrs.; Span. Club 2 yrs. Smith, Gwen: J.V. Cheerleader 2 yrs.; Student Govt. 1 yr.; Jr. Class Vice Pres.; Natl. Honor Soc. 1 T. Track Team 2 yrs.; Span. Club 2 yrs.; Natl. Span. Honor Soc. 1 vr.; Journ. C lub 1 yr. Smith. Joseph: Vars. Football (Capt. 76-77) 3 yrs.; l.T.S. 3 yrs. Smith, Michael Smith, Russell: Basketball 2 yrs. Smith, Tyrell: Tennis Team 1 yT.; Baseball 1 yr. Stevenson, Michael: Span. Club. Stovall, Vernita: N ' .O.K. 1 t.; O.E.A. 1 vr. Tavlur, Ueirdra: K.O.T.C:. 1 vr.; D.E.C.A. 1 yr.; F.H.A. 1 inimons, Lorenzo: Track Team I M.: H.E.C.E. I yr.; Gents 1 vr.; Football 1 vr.; (iolf ifam. Tutson. Chervl: Band (Head Drum Vlajor 76-77) 3 yrs. Tyler. Lester: D.E. Walker, Janice: Jr. Cllass Sec.; H.E.C.E. 2 Vrs.; Student (iovt. 1 yr.; Who ' s Who Among Am. High School Stu- dents. Walker, Jean: Troubadours 3 vrs.; Boosters 1 y r . ; N.J.R.O.T.C. 1 Yr. Walker, Linda: H.E.C.E. 1 yr.; F.H.A. 1 yr.; Choir; Hocking Haiders 2 yrs- Walker, Tina: N.F.L. (Pres. 75-77) 3 yrs.; l.T.S. (Sec. 75-77) 3 yrs.; Announcer ' s Club (Vice Pres. 75-77) 3 yrs.; Announcer ' s Club (Vice Pres. 75-77) 3 yrs.; Jr. Class Pres.; Sr. Class Pres.; Modern Dance 1 yr.; Troubadours (AU- Hegion Choir 76-77) 2 yrs.; 3rd Place State Finalist in Duet Acting. Wanek, Donna: F.H.A. 1 vr.; Cavaliers (Baronette of An- dulucia) 3 yrs. Wanek. Honalil Washington. Mira: H.E.C.E. 1 yr. Watts, Georgia: Journ. Club 2 yrs.; F.T.A. 1 yr.; Med. Careers 1 yr.; J.V. Cheerleader 1 yr. Wells, Perry: Football 2 yrs.; J.V. FootballiCapt. 75-76) 1 yr. White, Elinor: Band 3 yrs.; Sr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms 1 yr.; Natl. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Natl. Span. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Span, ( ' lub 3 yrs.; Jets 1 yr.; Swim Team 1 yr. White, ivian: F.H.A. 1 r.; Choir 1 vr. Whitfield, Carol: N.J.H.O.T.C. 1 vr.; Modern Dance 1 yr.; Troubadours I vr. Whiting. Joyce: iroubadours 1 yr.; F.ILA. 2 yrs. W iggins. Eric: Mu Al|)lia Theta: Student (rovt. W illiams. Cvnthia: F.H.A. W illiams. Daisy: V.O.E. 2 yrs.; Span. Club 1 yr. Williams. Jeanette: F.T.A. (Sgt.- at-Arms) 3 yrs.; Jets 2 yrs.; Hocking Haiders 2 yrs.; V.O.E. (Sec. 1 yr., Vice-Pres. 1 yr.) 3 yrs.; Journ. Club 2 yrs.; O.E.A. (Pres.) 1 yr.; Student Govt. 3 yrs.; Tennis Team 1 yr.; Jr. Class Sec. Williams, Larry: Stage Band 3 vrs.; Football 2 vrs. Williams, Lawanda: Hocking Haiders 2 yrs.; Modern Dance 1 yr.; N.J.H.O.T.C. 1 yr.; Troubadours 3 vrs. Williams, Lori: F.H.A.; H.E.C.E (Pari.); Tennis; Cavaliers. Williams. Pat: ' olleyball 3 yrs.; Journ. Club (Ed. 76-77)2 vrs.; F.H.A. (Pres.); Track 2 vrs.; N.J.H-O.T.C. 1 vr. Williams, Theima: F.H.A. Cavaliers 1 vr. Willis, Priscilla: D.E. 1 vt. Willis, anessa: Jets; Cavaliers (Off. of the Secretaire) 3 yrs.; Natl. Honor Soc.; Span. Club. Wilmore, Dives: Track; Choir; Talent Show. Wilson. Jacqueline: Tennis team 1 yr. Winn, C;hei-yl: Haiders Heelers 2 yrs.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Natl. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Span. Club 3 yrs.; Natl. Span. Honor Soc. 3 yrs.; Cavaliers 3 vts. Wiseman, Jerry: N.J.H.O.T.C. (Ensign) 3 yrs.; Gents (Bus. 54 Mgr.) 2 yrs.; Jets 1 yr. Wong, Karen: Cavaliers 3 yrs.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Natl. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Jets 1 yr.; Student Govt. 1 yr.; Chess Club 1 yr. Woodard, Michael: Baseball 3 yrs. Woods, Earlyere: D.E.; Band 3 yrs.; Stage Band 2 yrs.; Gents (Vice Pres.). Wooten, Jerry: Basketball. Young, Dave: Football 3 yrs.; Basketball (Mgr.) 2 yrs.; F.H.A. 3 yrs. Young, Howard: Football; Basketball; Track. (Additions to Index) Crow, Jeff: l.T.S. 2 yrs.; Tennis Team 1 yr.; Mu Alpha Theta 2 yrs.; Band 3 yrs.; Natl. Honor Soc. 2 yrs.; Announcer ' s Club. McCardell, Denise: N.F.L. 3 yrs.; l.T.S. (Vice Pres. 76-77) 2 yrs.; Announcer ' s Club 3 yrs.; Vars. Cheerleader 2 yrs.; Natl. Honor Soc. (Vice Pres.) 2 yrs.; Student Govt. 3 yrs.; Sr. Class Pari.; One Act Play 3 vts. Mouton, Donna: Miramar Staff 1 yr.; F.T.A. 2 yrs.; Boosters 2 yrs.; F.H.A 3 yrs.; Modern Dance 1 yT. Junior Class Class Officers Donita Mayes Sgt. at Arms Vicki Creeks, Treasurer Sandra Bigsby, President Tammy Hayes, Vice President Janice Sibley, Secretary Editor: Janice Jones Junior Class Favorites John Thomas Vicki Creeks 58 The Junior Class of " 77 " The next pages are of Koss Sterling ' s Junior Class of " 77 " . This has been a great year and we hope that next year would he even better. I.i-ll: Till- iiuilli winpgetsa fare nil. .T.s. Kulli ilanis (lalvin lains. Kila Mien. X ilson ndf rson. Beverly Anderson, Fredrick Anderson, Lionel Anderson, Veronica Anioine, Deidra nloine. Lester Arreneaux. Shapperio rkadie, Afiatha AutPi. Koherl liabineaux. icki Baines, Karen Baplev. Chris Ballard. Cherxl Baker, Sherron Banda, Janie Barber, Jacqueline Barret, (ilenda ISave. David Beil. Micheal Benjamin, Trove 59 Ki fil: (In.pol llii.. lic ul l ,U, ii; Kill- Kifihl: " Smile " 1 ISIair. Franklin Ulair. (;.„rp- Blak -. Danirl Blrdsor. Audrrv Boll-war.-. Ri hard B.).)k.-r. Man Honk.-r. Koland horski. I )illli| Mritliin. t rol KrDoks. Marva Hn.oks. Kobin riiHii. Delphinf ' M |{r.,«n. Kirb% M . linmn. I.imla P Hroussard. Kicliie K r r |{r anU Terr V y Y Burks. James %, f Bulihi-r. Theresa M j - JI %. Byrd. Cher l (bailee. Gerald ( am) l ell. Anita (!am|)l ell. Pierre Cianlu. Kri-ddie (tassel. Karl Chenier. Alvin Coleman, Alfred Coleman. Shioban Copeland. Sharee Cooper, David Cooper, Ricky (iraif;. Johnson Creeks. icki Crenshaw. (Snthia Curb. Clav DeBose. CaroKn D-Bos.-. John 60 Di-tifgf. Ch -sU-i- IJkkson. Deidia Dickey. Tom Douglas, Dennis DrewT, Melvin Dukes, Carrie J. Kasl. Arthur Klliot. Pamela Elmore. lj )retla Esparza. Remandij Kvans. Charlotte herguson. Donna Ferguson, t ' .ddie Fisher. IKwghl Franri . Welle Kl.-nnn-. Rlionda Flenon. llolhs Fonlen,,!. Wmui Hortl, Gregory Foster, Gloria Francis, Gerald (Jabriel, Evangeline (iareia, Lee Gardner, lii heal ( atis, Nakila (iipson, Allred (Jipson, Konald Grace, Lucretia (ireen, Clarence Greer, Mathis (Munihle, Zelda Ciuv, Edward Hail, Gerald 61 Juniors Are On the Way Hayes. Ruth Hayes. Tammy Hi ' arne. J. T. Hearne. Mieheai Hiarne. Stephi ' nii- ll--alti. Kenni-tli Henn. Don Hifzh. lire,,, la Hill. Kev.M flinton. Cvnthia Hobbs. Uuan. Hodge. Chen I Ho.lfr.-. Soma llollms. DaM.i Hopkins. I ' ani ' -la Howard. Joubert Hovle. Kubs flubbard. Chandra Huphes. Mirheal Jackson. Anthoin Jackson. Jacqueline Jack-son, l.a ' l)eidra Jackson. I ' onard Jackson. Maurice Jackson. Rodnev James, Deidr i James, Kassandra J.-flerson. John Ji ' rnipan. Addic Johnson. Anila 62 Johnson, Brenda Johnson. Clyde Johnson, Eddie Johnson, Ellredia Johnson, Jeftrey Johnson, Olis Johnson, Willian Johnson, Willie Jones. Anita Jones, Annette Jones. Burrel Jones. C.amille Jones. Cheryl Jones, ChenI Jones, Dora Jones, Kelita Jones, Janice Jones, JoAnn Jones, I arn Jones, Margaret Jones, Myrle Jorgenson, Euniet Joseph, Barbara Kellv, Donabv Knight, Cassandra Kyle, Bridget Kyle, Margaret l and, Tabori Landry, Linda Lantz, Eric Beethoven ' s Fifth 63 Juniors of 77! I.,.lk. CIlM- l.. ' »i . CliaiL.tl. 1..WI.. Sons., I.iiiil n. ' k. lti.M J.i l.,)%iiif; . Kdwanl l,u k. Itniul,, la.li oi,. l ' .,ln.ia lal..n.-. K. -inal.l lanu.-l. Tnis Marcli. I.Mirll lailc,«. Kii-.Mi,- Marsh. Ktiintlli Marshall. Kail Marshall. Sh.-ila Martin.v. I.in.la Massrv. J,„- lallh.«s. Inj;n,l Math.-ws. I ' ain. la lalth.-»s. Sh -rri Malh.-«s. laTiiniv Ma ».ll. I ' hilhs MrCuN, Jamrs MiCoy. .Stevfii MiUultle, Herman MiKlrov. R„sr M,(;.r. JiMHMV Means. Tfrfnc t- MtCant, Melviii Medrano. KuUrt MeitDH. Tw la Mill.-r. (A„ihM Mil. h.ll, ,ilh.„u Mil. Im-II, Shirl.v Mil. h. ' ll. lern Mixon. Mi. h.al Moore, AugusI Moore, ( " assaii.Ira Moore. I)ar l Moral.s. .,e MolleN. Mi.hell,- M.jultri. ' . Karen Nan. e. (ioldi.- N.-nn.. kiiii Newl.jn. I ' al Oliver, Sheld.in Orville. Harri.l I ' arker, Deborah Parker, Sharon 64 I ' arks, Chris Patche, Kaymond IVrkins, Connie ferry, annessa Fete, Murphv Pellis, Mechelle Phearse. Cynthia Phillips. Darryl Phillips, John Pinson, Brenda Pittman, Pier Price, Shereee Rasmus, Sharon l{avf(jrd. Margaret Klione. Maurice Richards, Tammie Richardson, Gray Richardson, Willaii Kidcr, Alex Roberson, Rickey Robertson, Adria Robertson, Arlene Robertson, Curtis Robins, Keleeia Robinson. Rita K.ihinson, Ronalil Robinson, Terral Robles, Richard Rochon, Micheal Rodgers, Charles Rogers, Annie Rogers, Dorothy Rollins, Adrianne Ryder, Charii Sanders, Clifton Scott, Elsie Serrano, Annette Shelton, Kenneth Shepard, Bobbie Shoemake, Cindy Shorter, Roderick Sibley, Janice Simmons, Calvin Simmons, Micheal Sims, Genieta Sisson, Reginald Slaughter, Herman Smith, Christine 65 Smilli. K l Smith. (M-raldinr Sinilli, Karen Stnilh. i)rui S|ii-n( ir. Maiilrrd Sprif ps. Allison Stewart, Kric Slewarl. Knildie Slririt;l,-ll„«. D ' -l ' ra Sul|ili.ri. Klinda Tavlcir. Kddie lavlor. Jelferv Taylor, Lisa Taylor, Terah Thomas, Dwayne Thomas. (Jrejiorv Thomas. Kelvin Thompson, Frank Thornton, Janet Riphi: I been doinp this for about thirty years. ' " ■ ?■ M.: 66 Moving Up Whitings.Edgar Williams, Angela 67 Willainis, i,itj Willaim, Jf rr Willaiins. Kan-n Willainis. l.in.la Willaims. Mallic VVillaims, Nathaniel Willaims. Pamela Willaims, Wanda Wilmore, Jovri- I.itt: |{ i(l l njiuagf ds. Michral Ifti. Ijarn, lion. Maureen ounii. alarie Zeller. Patty Bif;sbv. Sandra Frank. Mi. l,,al Jones. Curbert 69 S . ' ' ' if-.. . -: [.•■tt: llanlhal area. Thi- north wing was i-nlarpt ' d. Juniors Are: Going . Going . 71 Sophomores Officers Jacqueline Fogle-President Shelia Harris-Vice-President Beverly Shaw-Secretary Henrietta Price-Treasurer Sharee Gopeland Sophomores Class Favorite Betty Harris And Kevin Barber 74 n-wai(lc(l. «il[i a |)rrii-( ll i ir. planned ami lairlulU [laikaiii-d liilun-. k M..riu.lln. K..N cl.„ns. ,r..„,r;. Adaii.N ..lainla Vdilisoii. l) M lln Mlunl. K.liih Alfrrd. Slilan.li,, Ari l,Ts J.-niiil. r An I.T ,.ii. J.rr Xml.Tsiin. I .i M.l.r .,n. Sl.rrn Anltioiu, (°)iilliia Xni ' iicaux, Daniel r-io. Larn Vrni.ld. Man, Aufiusl. Jos -ph Auln, Krpinal Avarzaf;oilia, Mcniiia Bal.in. Man ia ISaliiiif-auv TcMiinu Baiif . Ana-la-ia liak.i. Mrlirula Uu.kril. l„na Haraliin. KoImtI Ba rajas. A I Barber. Kevin L 2m A liarlu-M. TliaiuM IJaninglon. Tliiiiiipsdn liatiste. I)el)ra Baits. Kanclla Bell, Cwlhia Beiit-r, Kenntlh IVrnard, Sharon Bi ' rrier. DarlcrK Binklfv. liiMin Bird.!). Anuela Bisor. I).l,ra Bla( k. Kr.-,l [{lake. K.rn tiluil. Cnullif B...4,iTi. julm Biinm-r. Carllim liM ki. Tli.imas B mrnon. Carl.i-. |{ . lr%. Ha «..o,l Biarkin . Jiiliiiiu Biadshaw. nf;il Brail, k Krroll h fii:-.. Onaria Brillon. liar.. I.I Br.iussard. Ja. kii Brown, Briilfiill Br,mn.(;ail n Br..«n. ll.iwar.l K. Hr..«n. lanu- Brown, J.w.l Bn.wn. T..MfV Br..wn. Willi.- Br..«M. Willi.- James Br anl. iillion Bull her, S lv.-sler Buller. Ja. kie (aniplx-ll, Xrlhur Carmen, Roland Carter, Sandra CasscI, Craig (- ' aUhings, Miche ( ' hanev, Karen Charles. Br.-nila Charl.-s. I).-I.,r.- Chmiel. I).-I.hie 77 Co.klrll. Willi; C.illrll, ■ |,. CulluiN .n.. (:. lviii. (;uc ' n luK Cund. ' l. Sli.in. Coo,,,.,. .n,. ( usill, Sirpllolll ( raipi ' , Aiillionv Cros! . Cli.-iAl (;ul|i.-|.p,-i. Umoii l);i. I.-, Bll(li;rMr Danl.Mi. liodix ' v ibuliixr. Dun.lM Davenport, lii-rlirii Davidson. Drv..,,, Karl. Grtgon Kilfilfv. Craig Edwards. Rinalor Eduards. Willi,- Edwards, ' l olamla El ria Elijah. Harlan Ellis. Rr-ina Ernniilc. Xnllioin Ksralaiiti ' . Eciuis Evans, Warren Evt-resl. Judy laf- ' an. Eric I alr„„. .|,„- I aiirll. Man E,-l(l,-r. kar n E,-rr,ll. l-i.dd Fields, Tyrone Eoiile. Jaequelini ' Eo ' rUenul. Slianiri Kunl. .|„ Insler, lii-nn - rancis. ' I ' lacN Eranklin. Il..«anl Kriskr. U,,l,l,v Gaines, Marsha (iarrell, Raymond (iendrett, Charlesetla George, Eelieia Germann, Margaret Gibson. Michael Gilford, Isahell Gipson, Janel Gipson, Marvis Gipson, Todd Golden, Kelecia Goodie. Darlene M. 79 (miimItiuiii. I)a iil (;. M,l»ill. hail (irair. l.auiMira (,iaN. Mm liarl (.ia . r.rl iWrrn. I):lliillllcp.- {;,„M . Ki, h.inl Cui.ln. I ' a Ik CiiiiliA. I ' aliii I. (;iiillHr . HrllN (;uillnlN. .|.. nn (,lllll..n. In.,,, I, llail. . K.Mii ll.l.llllloll. Drlx.iall Ha t..ii. LiWasii.- Ham-. H. ' llN. Harris, Cassandra Harris. Shrlia Harvf . Kranrc-- Manrs. Marlon, 1 80 llaMi. ' s. Micliral Ha ar(l, Krii lhu«.....l. Koiial.l Hrlirrl. .IrMllilil HrmliT-in. Jam.-. H.iHA. DarNi Hrnrv. (i.-ral.l llt-niA. Mailrlinr Hi ' iiMin. (;in . ' r Hiikiiian. l.iMi Hi ;i;iMs. Kanii Hopparl. Moil nil- Hi.llH-rl. JuM ,■ II.JIm ' M. IMnlli- .ll. ' N. CIlllMll Il .llln.. Dianr II.M.k-. Willuns lluiii|ilin . Cliaris lluiM|.liivv. Lisa tluMif liir . Moiix lliinln. l„ Inal llui.l. I ' anirla In in . Son|a Jacks,,,,. Mhr .la k-(,n. Clitlord ,la.k-un. Kvrirll la.kvHi. Mil.lr.Ml la.ks,,,.. I ' aula lain.-., lirciula JaiiMs. I.iiula .larrtiot), Kuitt ' ii ,If?ikins. Kiiii l ,l.„kin-. RcsaKii Julins,,,,. Calln Jiilinson. Cliarldlli .|..hiis,,i,, Davul ,|..l„is„„. K,.-,lr,i, k Jol.Ms,,,,. Kairi, Jul,,. son. Kall„ ' , ' ln, ' J.,l,lls„l,. K.,l,ril ,|.,hns.,n. K(»ltri,k Jnliiison, Sliai ' on |,,li,is„n. Sl. ' v, ' J,,l„,s„„. ,llia,„ K. Jc,ll,- . I ' lnllis J.,n,s, (:,.,liir J„„.s. l)„„aM J.,i„-s. (;,-,al(ls Jcil.s. („ll,,(l J,„ics. (;iaM,.n Jones, Henrv J..n.-s, Joseph Jones, I.eslman Joni ' s, Linda Jones, Widcer J.,n, ' s. Widnev Judpe, Kenneth Justice, Dciiiek K.lly, Hel.-,. Kennedy, Duane 81 Kiiif;. Daivn Kiiif;. Sli-|ilicn Kin.i:. Vaiirllr KiidmIo. Xrilllciru Kin. Slu-nl kill. Sli- (ii Ull!..1lr. Slirlia LaiA. Driioiali l.r, klllllrl. Knr .rr.i.,ur l.rnlschkc. Man Lt ' onaid. Valciii- Litll,-. Cliarh.llr Levislon, F.thcl Ijcwis, Angela 1). Lewis, Gweiuii)l n Lewis, Mai Lister, Thi ' dral l...riull. Drr l. mr, lirlMlun Lust, Tanirl Mahoney. Sandra Vlaincr. ( ' handia Major , Linda Ianl.- .ni,-,,li Marks l ' liili|, Martin. Kdwin Marshall, John 1 Wl P. klliMi ' Del vou ifali 1 ' «!• ri ' invoKi-d in a slru le? Masst-y, Richard Vlallhews, Alums M.iitiiiiv, Sam l.i uill. Curtis la ak. Robt-rl McCard.-ll. u la lr l«,-r. Candi 1. l„rnN Slian.M lr ii-hl. Slu-rri l,-l„ cr. Rodney Middlebrooks, Nallie Miles, Anthony Miles, Maria Minhell. Cherv ' l Mitchell Sandra 83 Mill)urn. Diaii.- lilliurn, Kinii.lli Iill)urn. l.fiiiiaril M.MurKn. Mark Moll.-. I.i-onanl MlHI.Iu, l).-,H«r Mum. W illiani I .rs. Cwilhia Naiils. Slaiiliirrl N..|luins. Iir.-n,la Newsoint ' , Oiler Nixon. AnlhoriN Orisf. Laura Orr. Volan.la ()sl)frr . Saniira Oulland. Marv l ' a -n.-. Mirli.al Park.-r. A.lolpini- I ' atlt-r-on. KonaM l ' .-le.T. Russell Pena, Pall Perkins, Gwendolyn Pierre, (iwenclolyn M. Pills. Victor ¥¥1 " 84 S21 Wluil ..ur lirul Can Bt-lifvc; Vi u Can Achit-vt I ' lUnian. luliral l ' lull|.s. KImio I ' lnllp-. K. ;;.i..l,l l ' ,,rli . l.ulii.T I ' lan. Sli-jjlii rri-nlls. C nlliia rrii ' f. Andionv 85 Sam. Juliii Siiiillv .lui ' (|ulin ' Kav. Oalr Havlonl. C Rc-il. Sharon Ri. Iiards..!.. I.ui k.- SlarulliN. Wrkv l{„l..|s. Carl KmI., ' 1 Di.lr K„l,. lis. Kilna Koliinson. Kiiiii Rolnnson. Rlio.i. K..»,l.„, l.„k Rusliiiij I ' aiila sallii-r. DflM.rali Siotl. R.-gina Scoll, alarir Searv. F ' .ddif Si ' rifgal, Melis-sa S ' tlles. Anila Sliaw. Kfrn Stii-paril. Shfila .Slit-ppard. Jolin Sliorter. Ciissandra Sinipsun. Mar. la Slandl. ' V. li.lia.-l Siiiilh. ( rla Smillu Cornelius Smith. [Vana Sniilk DwavTii- Smith, Jackie Smith. Joey Smith. Kathy Smith. Ri-pina Smillv Reginald Smith. Ross Smauphter. MariUii Spears, Claren I Spenier. Delirii Steuarl, Jacqulin. Stevens. Ralpl Stoneham, Kd»ar Slonun, Keith Taylor, Mma Taylor, Joysland Taylor, olanda Th.mias Renee- Thompson. Patrieia 86 ni..i.i|. oii. .Tn..ri r.,ll,ril. (,ina Tul)l s. Jai.Hs Turnci-. Philli|i ul(l. ■ .(;«,■„ ilal. Jaikir Walk.-r. IVllN,- Walk.T. Doris Walk.-r. RrL ' Inal Wanl. I).l,„rali Va-lnnj;lun. KI.hi Wasliiii ' lnn. Karifl Washinfrtc.il. roii WatMiii. I.callia Vals.,M. ii kir Walls. K.liia WalK. Kila ralllrl-l, . Roiil W -St, Willi.- Westl)r...,k. i. kv Wells. Sli.-rvl W ' liil,-. ii.l.-ra Whil.-. K.-illi Whill »k. Wi.m.la Wilk.-rs.)ri. Dian.- Wilkfrs.in, Lin. la Williams. J.-fl.-iA Williams. .|„ nn Williams. J.iCarl W illiams. Ju.K W illianis. Ki-ilh Williams, l irain Williams. Vjarlvn Williams. lik.- W illiams. Parva Williams. )ii. D.ira Willis, AnnHIc Wilson, Lawren.i- Winc-htT, Car.,1 Winchester, S l Winston. Andr.-w W ' inl.rs. Kar.-ii W inter. Rohin Wiseman, Ciirol Wood lev, Hosea W. odrufT, nth..v Woodruil, .la. ki.- Woodson, Natal 11- Wo.jten, Cynthia Wright, J. wel Vounp, .la Vounji ]n YOun;;. Kan ii Y.)unn, l.or.-tia ' ' •i iS Honors DREAMS What dreams we have and how they fly Like rosy clouds across the sky; Of wealth, of fame, of sure success. Of love that comes to cheer and bless; And how they wither, how they fade. The waning wealth, the jilting jad The fame that for a moment gleams; Then flies forever, — dreams, ah — dreams! O burning doubt and long regret, O tears with which our eyes are wet. Heart-throbs, heart-aches, the glut of pain. The somber cloud, the bitter rain. You were not of those dreams — ah! well. Your full fruition who can tell? Wealth, fame, and love, ah! love that beams Upon our souls, all dreams — ah! dreams. Paul Laurence Dunbar Editors: Abra Charles Activities Donita Mayes Grandee Matt is a vcr intt-lli ' iriit vouiif; man. Me plans to ac- i)tii|jlish a carrcr as an KIcctrical F,nfi;ini ' cr. Malt sas a sfiiii-rmalist for tin- National Merit Scholar. Hi- is a iiicinlx-r of the Natl. Honor S(»(ift and Junior Kotariar.-i. Matthew Alspaugh 90 Grandee Al)ra is the Ivpe of person, wlu) enjoys eommunicating with oilier people. Her am- bition in life is to become a C-hemical Engineer. Abra is a semi-finalist for the Natl. Merit Scholar. She is a in e m b e r of Junior Engineering Technical Society, and Society Of Dis- tinguished High School Stu- dents. Abra Charles 91 Grandee Mike i iiuoKcd and iii- ccini-cl aliiiiil r ci lliiiiii aimiMcl school. Ili main in- Uvr is Id stii c and naili liis oal a a Drama IfaclitT. Mikf is a inenihci ot tlif Natl. Honor SocicU. 1 nttrnal ioiial rhcs|iian S i ( i (• t . an d .1 u n i o i Kolarians. Michael Fain 92 Grandee ( ' assamlra is an outstancl- iii ; voung lady v liu is always doing lhing;s that are needed lor our school. She is in- tt-rt ' sted in beeomingan Oi- rupalioiial Therapist. Cas- sandra is I ' res. of Student (jovermiient. a nieniber of Who ' s Who Among High School Students. Cassandra Hamilton 93 Grandee Kim is a mi- iiitillijirnt |)crsoii, who is tletcnniiicii to reach hi-r goals. Her ain- iiilioii is to hecomc a (iheniitai Ktigiiu ' ci atul work as a production suimt- visor. Kim is a finahsl ot the (iulf Oil Scholarship aiui also a member ol the Natl. Honor Sociel . and a Junior Kotarian. Kim Holloway 94 Grandee Rac ' hael is a very sociala- l)le and comerned person. She plans to become a Jour- nalist. Racliael is Pres. of the Honor Society. She is a tneniber oi Society ot Dis- tinjiuishetl Hipih School Stu- dents and a Junior Rotarian. Rachael Jones 95 Grandee Vlirian is atlive and loves putting everything she " s got into school ac- tivities. Her ambition in life is to become a Chemical Engineer. Mirian is Pres. of Mu Alpha Thela. She ' s a member of atl. Honor Society, Who ' s Who Among High School Students and junior Kotarian. f K, • Mirian McCardell 96 Grandee Dvkayne is the tvpe who enjoys competing against stress or pressure. His in- terest is in Communica- tions. Dwayne is a member of the National Forsenic League. Gents, and Junior Rotarians. Vincent Roberts Grandee Joseph is always aruuiul when someone needs help. His ambition in hfe is to become a Pharmacist. Joseph was Capt. of the Var- sity Kootball Team. He is a member of Student Govern- ment. Who ' s Who Among High School Students, and a Junior Rotarian. Joseph Smith 98 Grandee Tina is always doini; wlial is best for her Senior Class. She is a prominent leader, who evervone enjoved hav- ing as a guide. Tina ' s main interest is in Drama Educa- tion. She was Pres. ol the .junior and Senior Class. Tina was best Actress, and a member of Natl. Honor Society, and Junior Hoturians. Tina Walker 99 Grandee Runners-Up Eric Wiggins, Arlene Jones, Don Barbier, Cecila Scott, Cheryl Winn, Michael Sharp, Rhonda Henderson. Every year, we have a (•ominittee of Faculty and Adminislration. to come together and select the " Most Outslandin}; Seniors " for the honor of Grandees. Out of seventy-three students, hich was nominated. There were sevetiteen senii- finahst and out of the semi-finahst seven were Runners-up and ten were chosen as (irandee. These ten Grandees are selected for their characteristic of integrity, cooperation, academic excellence, service to the student hody, and Com- munity. 100 OJ ns -Q G h o V CQ K c« o a;) s ' cd (XI 1- o L • . o s • i-H fi QJ C ,__i M-H • H — 3 a QJ ;h cc M .- 0 o fi m « c c o Ui QJ Q -s: B o Cft fl 03 ffi 4-» C« O fi - • H ;h V ■ • M 0 ' 3 101 Most Handsome And Beautiful Seniors Runners-Up Samuel Fobbs, Ronald Francis, Dwayne Roberts, Lily Colbert, Shelly Green, Donna Mouton 102 CS bC 3 (XI O O Q • H c« fi s 3 c — CD Q :3 uT «-i-i o • fH 4- 3 OJ C« H OS ;-i (V H en bC a; £ S 03 o tH eft C fl 05 K C 4- ' »H eft 3 O H § -. ;-( Lh o; H Most Beautiful Juniors Runners-Up Brenda Limbrick Goldie Nance 104 C 3 0 ;-l o , " -. s o s O o jzi, .2 o on 3 o ;3 a; ffi • H « 4- C 5 c 3 cS OS -Q s a; =5 Ul P o ' -a 0 c fcUD OS S QJ s O o | | (X( • " h fl 3 O OS 03 fl fi K c ID - o 1— s c« 103 Junior Rotarians September [ichael Fain Tina Walicer I ' 1)1 llic (Ki.sl i-if;lil uais, catli tiioiilli U n sfiiioiN air lioscn lo leprfsenl SUTlinfi; al llic (iullwav Kotan (Mill) l.iinclifoiis. ' I ' lifsf Kotarians would he [jivscnl at the luncheon four times in that rnunth that they were selecteti. Al these luncheons, the Kotarians would listen to different (Community Leaders and l wvers. etc. Ihc last day, that they are there. lhe would speak and tell what lhe have learned troni the luncheons. October Michael Sharp Denise McCardell 106 Junior Rotarians November Dwayne Roberts Karen Wong December Eric Wiggins Kim Holloway Junior Rotarians January Matt Alspaugh Mary Semands 108 This was Sterling ' s first game, where the Raiders gathered to make a dedica- tion to the new Beirnett Stadium. I ft: Coach Lindsey surveys the scene on the field as he calls the play. Bottom Right: The Haiders lr to tie the game with an extra point. Bottom Left: The mighty Raiders talk it over. 109 l) )Vc: Let ihf music keep playing now that we ar.- liim-thi-r! I ii|) Kif;lit: I his is vir inlerrslinfr. sharks have l.-rlh Id... Miildle: llu are- kiiMiii:;. 1 have a test next ,,.■,,.,,1. liolloin Kisiht: iiu ilon ' t have Ic lie a star tii he Ni our sh,m. I lip Ki lil: We are now ready tiir the quiz. liilloni Lett: On the iunt (il ihrei- pive it all (iu " e ildt! Kar Kifiht: I llnallv " .it lo sit .in th.- Ir.inl r.m. 110 Enjoying the Atmosphere of Sterling ' s People l fl 1 K M ■ W ' - ' i y«L 112 [{.low: G,, KaidiTs! (;.)! Bolloni: TJu- Sirih.- slaflirs visitt-d I ' ll,- K„nvaril Tim.-s. Mr. Lewis explains |)riiii-(luri- . 113 Homecoming Activities llonicconiiiif; is a wtn-k of various act i i| each rai. Udoiv ihr week is ov.i. most ol u ate prclK uoi kcd up and nccditiii an outlrl tor our ciiiotioiis. Tlu ' •■Fuiicrar " lor ihr ri al Icaui ' s mascol accoinplislii " , thi . I5r|(,u an- v,ciic from llir " l- ' uiU ' ral. " Sterling Homecoming was one of the best things about the Ibotljall season. The breakfast began with the Raiders Spirit and we all enjoyed our self with pigs-in-a blanket, doughnuts, and hot chocolate. Then we hurried the Austin Mustang and sentenced him to death by stabbing. The homecoming events were ended with a skating party and exciting events that week. The Raiders were rolling supreme over the Mustangs that night even though the Raiders lost by a score of 14 to 12. The rainv, messy weather made the game a difficult one. 3 k f tm t HH ' ' ■- H S ■ ' ii:a stSKt ■b J 115 Tiip l,i-ll: Mil l.rl us -.liakr up vi ur iiuiuth. r.i|. Ki-lil: kll.1.1 kll.L! Blooii mak.-s ll..- f:ra s {.-row. liolioMi: Ml mIiIiix ' I ai iliii ' ; liiolball -aiii» rralK lakr 116 Far Lfft: What the- !: ' $%! " ( " " ! are you talkinj, ' alMiut. ' Kat Kiphi: " l ou «oulcl rvvcr know that m 18 houi ;. ' inl liollorTi Kif;hl: N til. ' Idler alter the -oo ' " a " l " or a •T ' . ' )UM passi-.l the l th hour! ' I ' u|, l., ' ll: Thr l.hllr. 1,1 llir kll. II. n | lr,Mrr -.un,. ' - In li. ' l Lrll: W li.Ll l.. urn lliink I .iin l.lUL ' llill air ■|..|i Klfzhl: 1.U 1 ll.UrN,,,,, .,ll.-„ll„„ |,lra ry liolloiii l.cll: I n.i« proiiouiue you Mr. Fonlliall Kill. Pill Ki ' lil: II u think this lastt-s " ro.icl. wail lill muj lasli- tin- main rourse. lie. Hum; III! I ' m taiiK. Suspend nif. 119 ;H:s j«-t ' •i r Organizations 120 Table of Contents Opening 120-121 Aerodvnamic 123-125 Alpha Lambda 126 Annoucer ' s Club 126 Arorgadro Jets 127 Haider Band 128 Band Officers 129 Stage Band 129 Drum Majors 130 Tw iriers 131 Cavaliers 132- 137 . Cheerleaders 138-139 JA . Cheerleaders 140-141 Chess Club 142 (Christian Crudaders 143 Medical Careers 143 C.V.A.t: 144 D.K.C.A 145-146 F.F.A 147 K.H.A 148-150 K.T.A 151-152 II.K.C.K 153-154 I.T.S 155 Journalism Club 156-157 Mu Alpha Theta 158 N.K.I 159 N.H.S 160 N.J.R.O.T.C 161-163 O.E.A 164 Bucking Haiders 165-166 Spanish C lub 167 Student Government 168-169 Iroubadours 170 Editors ' Carolyn Ferguson and Tammy Hayes Aerodynamics Academy Mr, Cliarlrs Mi l)()ni uf;li — Vavij alion Mrs. Kvi ' lyn Tumlin — Metforolof Miss I Juan " Wanda " Morgan — Inslruc licuial Cdordinalur Mr, Charli-s Malli-t — At- roHvnaniics Cuunsi-liir The Aerodynamics Academy is a part of the HISD Manget School Program. Its purpose is to en- courage students from other HISU high schools to transfer to Sterling for the program. Enrollment is limited to 100 students. Of those, there are to be 43 blacks, 37 whites, and 20 Mexican Americans. It is open to 10th. Uth, and 12th grade students in the HISU District, it is presently a two year program. Courses offered are Navigation, Meterology, Basic Aviation, Aero- dynamics Flight System, Aviation Historv, Aviation Careers, and Flight Lab. Randy Jenkins, Jay Hendrickson, 123 Hottom Kow: Kobert Vlazak. Charles Kogers, Felecia Bessaid. larllia I ' rria. Jrwil linmn. Kric Hayncs. Eri( l ( klilri.r . T..|. ! ..«: Mir lia.l (.irli ' z. Kric Haward, Michael Mixoii. Kelvin U-e. Jackie Broussard, KoU-rl Ruckluril. •r..| K..«: Slex,- Sla-kv. K,„c,.,„, H,,„M,. „k, ,.||„,,„k . ' (..la.nl,, Kdw,., ,1-. Il.,«;n,i li,,.»„. KIi.m, W ,,-ln„:;l. .„. T..,, K,,„ k.imril, ILuuIn Kul.ert ll.in.liii.-. Ml.rrl 1j-win Joe Kako.i. D.-iina Waji.k. Ku Minuriilin. 124 125 Alpha Lambda Till ' Al[)lia Lambda studi ' iits arc Iradcis in Scholastic endeavors and arc active in sports ami social allairs at Koss Sti-rling. W ' c aie indeed fortunate to liave such an outstanding jirouj). ' i- , arc also recipients of the American I.eirions Award. Back Kow: (Sponsors) Mr. Clovis Jolinsoii. Mr. W all. r Junes. Ms. Dorotin Corl.rirnlia. and Ms. Mann.- Younf lilo.i.l. Kn,nl Kuw: Ja.qu.Kn K..f;l. ' . Camille Jones, Mikr Fain, Lvnda Kscalanle. Announcer ' s Club This firoup of younj; ladies and men are responsii)le for making the morn- ing announcements evi-n day at second period. Standing top row: I Nicii- Harrison, f)wayTic Kobfrts. SeconcI How: Ji ' ffOow, Dcnisi- Goodie, t amille Jones, IJenise MiDarilell. Mik.- Fain, Tina Walker, Marv Ann Kiiii; 126 Avogodro and Jets The Avagardo Society is a club for those students iiiterestetl in any branch of science. The Avagardo Society sponsors trips to the engineering days at both Rice University and the University of Houston. This year the Avagardo and JETS (Junior Engineering Techni- cal Society) were combined as a group. The JETS are students interested in careers in engineering. Mr. Steward. Mr. Lyie. Wendy Shields. Michelle Herbert. Klinor White. Michael Petty. Kevin Johnson. Jerry W iseman, Karen Wong, Matt Alsphaufih. I.ynda Ksealante. anessa Wilhs. Judy Hanna, Ellen b-vtis, Denise MtCardell, Abra Charles, Stella Cappori( i. Danita Brown, Jeanelte Williams, Kim HollowaN, Ji ' d Crow. Shelley Green. 127 The Raider Band TwirliTs: (Hfad Twirlni Dtlidrah ( uiilr . arah Merrier. IJalesia Means. Yvimne liarabin. liittiim K»w: Marpn-I Jones. (Anihia rkadie. (ienlla Sim-. Natalie li lcllel)r. " ,W.. W .niK Shields. Jacquline Kogle. Gwendolyn ells. Sharon Baker. Si ond Kow: Chervl Dickey. Mil helle Mollei,. Sharon Keed. Gw. n dolyn Shepherd. Karen Moultrie, eronica Anderson. Janie Banda. Cind Msers. Kevin Johnson. Xa ne Johnson. Joyie Holx ' rt. Ra niond I ' alehe. Tint I Row: LaTanya Piltrnaii. (ilenda Barrett. Keleeia Golden. Janet Gipson. Ja) Younf;. JoAnn Cole. Catherine Gollins. Cars Davis. I ' hyllis BisU. W illie Dehc-, . Gerald Davis. Allred Kliler. Kourlli Row- Klinor White. Gail Alexandi-r. Calherine Holley. Brenda James. Kulaia Hudson. IWron ( ulpt ' pfH-r. Ronald (iip-.n. Preston Simien, James Henderson. Daren King. Terrv Tyler. Top Row: tarl W iH ds, .Slephon Cousin. Tamnn Haves. I undra Grace, Jell Crow. Robert Barabin, Kredrick Smilev. Terranee Means. K.rvin Martin, ( ' urbert Jones. Roland tirmen. 128 P g 4 Band Officers Cheryl Dickey. Gwendolyn Wells. Tammv Havnes. Stephon Cousin. Karen Moultrie. . R. S. S. Stage Band F.rst Row: Karl Vtoods. Stephon Cousin. Alvin Procter. Eddie Cearce. Frederick Smilev. LarryWilliams. Second Row: Preston Simeon, Ueidre Dixon. AHred Elder. Karl Domes. Jett W illiams. Greg Johnson. Bnan W ashington. Candy McKelvA 129 Head Drum Major Cheryl Tutson Asst. Drum Major Russell Byrd 130 High-Stepping Twirlers These are the 1976-77 Ross Sterling high stepping twirlers. They perform at all pep rallies. During football season and basketball season, thev are faithful to their school. Thev are Deborah Gui- dr - (left) head twirler. She is a senior and has been a twirler for a vear. (Right) Yvonne Barabin is a senior and she has been a twirler for two vears. J» m Dalesia Means (right) is a senior and she had been a twirler for one year. She has also been a J. V. Cheerleader for Sterling. (Left) Sarah Mercier is a senior and has been a twirler for one vear. This vear Sarah was named Senior Cltiss Favorite and Lady Sterling for 1976-77. (right) Cavaliers Donita Brown Emperor of the Realm 132 Sponsor Mrs. Barbara Chonko lihfPil inn Marquis (If Rerords (Ainiiic Harper Marquis ilf Aragon KaiiHPiia lUlI- Marquis ilf Ciaslil The purpose oi the Cavaliers Drill team is to give each girl a sense ol belonging at Sterling. They not onlv en- courage the student body to become more active, but also serve the school and community. This fact is shown by each Cavalier having given eight hours or more oi her time to serve the community during the second semester. The girls " warmed up " for the football season practices in August. 133 Flag Corp Kingdom Banner Corps County and Flag Corps County Dunna Wanek OftictT i)t the Treasun ' Malrenia Kyle Baronet ot Burgundy Letha Sallier Baronet of Celeslina ani ' ssa Wil Officer of tin- Seeretarv Nina Hens Imperial Chaplin Brenda High Baronet of Andalueia Vieki Creeks Baronet of Diamiel 134 Elk-n Lewis Honored Senior Pier Pittman Baron nl ra ;on Pamela Klliott Honored Junior Mary Arnold Knight of " A " Kaivii l)a is Count ot Aragon Count, Baron and Knights of Aragon Jackie Woodruli (Photo unavailable) I ' atriiia C.ampbi " Knight ol " A " Debra Speneer Knight of " A " 135 (,ni.. I..ll.. ' rl Man S-,naM.I Counl ot Castilli- Ddiina linmn Carolyn Debose Knight of " C " Nina HavTvood Knighl of " C " Christini- Holley Knight uf ' C " Count, Baron and e 1 Knights of Castille l m C TJ bT ' i Glenda Kobins Knight of " C Dianr Wilk.rson Knight of " C " 136 V- Linda W ilk,!-. Knight of -t: ' Sti-lla t:a|)ori(i I Cuunt oi Kfser -es Count and Squires of Reserves 137 Varsity Cheerleaders Till- |iiii |ici -i ' ill i orfiani alioii shall he to Icail. |iriirii(ili ' ami cncourafir scIidoI spirit and all aiii ilii ' in u liicli I lie school pai ' tici pales and III 111 ' 111 sci ice to ihc vcliddl at all times. As a group, it is responsilile Im jiisinji suppurt at all athletic functions. .s. fs ' - ■ ' ' ■ ■■■ •.wet SJV-? w» • ■ w K rt: r« Knw: Kli.Miil.i llriMl.-isMii— (,.i|,i.iiM, s,., 1 U.,,s: li. Ii.i.l si,,,,,,. | hni-r 1. (.n.l. il. Kom.,1,1 I i,i,„ ,.. 1 ,■, rlia S ,.n. Tliinl Ko«: ),u ,- („MMlir. Sandra Big! l) . Atlriannr Kulllri ' -. 138 i .tML ' - ' M% San, Ira Ui s|, Konal.l Kian.is Id I.I III ml. ' V.liia Ki.llii Captain hon.la ll.-n,lr,--..,M Co-Captain 139 J. V. Cheerleaders ' f ; Slanilin In. in Ifll In rij;lil: (;.•.. i-ia WalN. Sliarcr. Ui.lr.ui. Cli.nl Dmi-lav Kn.rl.nj; Imin Irll lo ri-lu: IVrali WnUn. Cwu Sinilli, arul Hila K.il.inxon. 140 Cheers for the J. V. liat makes a clieeilfaclfry h ' s a rare comhinatiuii of liij h spirit, a liltlf talent and lots of gall. ( " Iu ' ci " lt ' ailin i; is summer practices in the park, and the fear of forget- ting cheers at your fnst pep rally, lis taking an active pail iti bring- ing the playing and fans a little closer together. It ' s the hard hours of planning as well as the hrief moments of gloi-y. All ofthisconi- liined. creates a time in our memories that will awaken at each loot hall game wt- attend. I ' Hliirril l.rll: (iwn Sliai..,, Khl.Mu. nil. Coiilai Chrr-Nl l)..i. " la. (, " .a Walls ah Tavli r Rita Rol)iiis()n 141 Chess Club Ihf (.:iic .- (. ' .lull iiicct oltin hclurr and aflcr school prcpariiij; students with a siiK ' cri ' inlcifsl in chess. The ( (iiii|ielc in lournainrnts on ari ' a carn- liu cs siK h a» ihc I ni eisit nt Houston. Milliv. anil l ' asa lena. OHICKRS; I.. 1.. (i: liki- Kain: Vic t (iiiri |{aj:lr ; Trcasunr. Rcriiaiil It lar . .Ii.sipli W.mf;: ! ' iv i,l,nt. I ir-l K„«. S.al.il: li, ha.-l liv,n. karl Cass.-I. Cliri- tiiL ' l.-N. .|.,s.-,,li W ,„ ;;. likr Kain. liri.anl In DunaM Daulrur. K„ hanl llulrnan. S,-,„n.l Huw: ll.mani lir.mn. T.-n-sa M.u.n-. ItuwK .]v,Am-. I llaxr..-. K. -[fiaM Si .,r,. K,.,ln,■ Danlrn. l.iK (iull,,-,!. Tcrrrll b-r. Tliir.l {, -: V.iriinrs Konl. K.K I..M-. Carl J.iIm. um. !),■„,.,■ I!arn-li. .luluini,- llarri ..n. Mr. I..avill. Irv Ta Inr. Mr. Daulrur. SI ' ONSORS: Mr. C. L.-aMlt. Mr-. M. laNlur. Mr. J. Daulriv) ' . i 142 Christian Crusaders Krom Le ' ll 1(1 Rifihl: Kan-n W Oni;. Stella (laporicii. (!hi ' r l I5airull. (!arla Dougia- — ici ' Pri ' ulfnl. Saiulrajones — Treasurer, anda illiams — I ' res ' uleiil. and IVis .|..ne- , , rrlarN. 143 C. V. A. E. (!i)(i|)ciali r n(;ili(irial Vcailriilii Kducaliuii i- a |ii()i;iarn ilc it:ncil lo l)i-l|) srlc l. ' (l soiirii: |» ' (p|)lc prcpaic Im and liiid ilicir ik nipaliniial placr in MM ' ii ' h. ' I ' lii( iij;li a coiiihiiialion ol M ik ami lu(ly, the siudfiit is al)lc Id liain ahoul occupational selection, jol) I i ' »|i(iii i hi lilies and coinnuiniu- rni|)l ) (i-eni|)lovee relations. Seleclion is hased on a|)| liiati( n. inlei ieus. and OKI ' ICKKS: L. U, K.: Miclia.-I Sl.-vrns„n: I ' lrs rl.nl. lirvcrK Kn(. ; •rn-asurvr. Mr. D.m K,ll ' ( :. " ir lliial.iil. iTi Kliin-s Si-iivlar . Kl i l.inll.in; S;:!. al r.nv K.Uxanl ll.nlr; icr I ' n- 1. 1. ' III. 1.. u 11; liiM !{,,». Kim .1,11- W aMU- W.-sl. llimar.l l)a i.ls,,n. aii Kof;.i,. K.mii M, (.ulliin. Slivc lu a( liia. him Hush. S,( ,,n l H,.»: Maun. .■ Sandi-rs. Slanl.y .-ls..n. Shan.n Ka-inus. Jam.s ll..„.Kr, l),-na IViski-. im |-l.ii. . Callu K.isl.T. Mik, ' Maii .Hi. |{. .iK kiii.v. D.na W illiani . lliinl K..«; Mi. lia.-l Sl.-v.-nson. .liinniv .la. k .in. Mik.- Ldu;;. (il.-ii llaii.-lin.-. K.lward Ho l.-. Klviii (iuill.ii-i. larms Slriiif:.-!. L.wis Corhill. K.iurlli K.m: Cliai I.- (;ui.ln. in. .nl S|).-nrrr. k.-vin N.-firoii. Crai Hul l aril, Jim Kain-ll. Allen Tiim|.s.m, Clill.u.l lii.mn. (;ii.iia l-i.M.i. .|..m|,I. llaniK. KusmII I " , I ,i. KiHI, K,,»: Lain Clark. David (iillev. I ' liilli() Horski. Harold Si ,IU Willie Wasliinjzl.Mi. Doujllas Snnlli. DaM.I M.m.i,-. Bunn II Sluarl D. E. C. A. I.cll: The l 77 Onic-rs. I)K(; . Di-lriLnliv.- Kdiica- liiMi (:iul 1)1 iiii-iiia. indi-ii- lil ' io lln- program (il ciulli a« ■ livily n-lalin In I), t. ami is desi nril to ilevi-lop future leadi-rs lor markrlitii; and dis- Irihulidii. DRC. islheoiiK na- lional i rf;ani .alii)ii npiTalin lliiuufili ill.- f)ulilir schools to atlraii miuiij; in ' opli- to ( arcers In riiarkflin . imirliandisinf; and niana iTniiil. I ' urpo-f. ai i ' ( I ) lo d.- i-ln| a ri ' ()iM 1 lor rdu( alion ni niailv. ' linj; and di-lnluiliun wln.l, »ili , un- IriliLilr lo iM ( upalional c orM[ii-- l.iin-. and (2) lo pronioli- uri- ilii-landin and a| |irtcialion l..r llir rrsiionslMlili. ' s ol , iii ,-n-l,,|. m uin hrr m- I ' - ' l ' " - ' - - - " ■ ' " • From I, ll lo t sx n. Bac k Row; Ir-su- ndrr-ori. " I aMoiri Davis. Sliapperio Arccneaux, Linda Bro»n. Lu r% Hopkins, l-Vankliii fSlair. MirliafI Dacus, and Eddie K.-rnuson. MuUll. " Kow: Hodnrs liullcr. lioldn Knro li. Donna C.launili. Darvl Ker uson. CaroK n Koid. o kir I5al neau . X allia Arka lie, and (ieorge Blair. Kr Mil Row: (i.-rald Kran.is. Calvin Vlams. I ' ania D.mrrv. Sli.-ila Hardin;;. Melinila HoluK. Cliamlra Hnl.lianl. I ' ain.la Hopkins. lar Haniptoni. and Sonja Ho.lg... 145 DECA activities are always s h«)ol- entere(i. thus contributing to tlie school ' s purpose of preiwring well-adjusting, employable citizens. The DFXIA chapter is a " showrootn " for the student ' s achievetnent and progress through the opportunities of local, slate, and national coiiipetilive cM ' nls which are cotn|M-tency based. Back nm; Cimmoclort- Harris. Chn- Lark. I.aiu -■ la. kson. I.t-onanl la. k...,,. I)a i,l Julks. Ki,l,anl Marlm. llrlniiM l.iu.-. li,l,ll,- K,.«: lar mm ,|..lin . Dfl.ra MadLson. Arlcnt- Matthews, C nlliia K.-ll . lK-k r.-s Ginn, MariUn Jrnkin . Tw la M.llun. Krunl R,m: uf;uM I...irr. I.iiula Martin.- .. Hr.-nda I.. Denisf Murph . Castv Jones. Ha. k R. ( Iirisliii 146 »- Calvin Kose. Je Woods, Diane Ri (ten, lavk.r. ielor I ' itls. Mur| h I ' ele. Repniald Sission. Cliris Smith. W illr.-d Ralrhll. I ' ativ ..ll.i )se, Maude Saltier, (iwen X ilson. E. W. W ard. Velda NavA. Sherr W .lis. Sharon I ' arker. hront Ro»; (,»en W al OKKICKKS: I.. I., K.: Chailnir IK I ' nknis I ' irsulrnl. lai.n-,-n Wim.i.i |M,,lrl. Hl, IkuJ III. Illkkl (.llll ' llh. Jr F. F. A. Vocational Agjricullurf is a big; interest to ever - F. F. A. member. Class periods are devoted to learning about the business of agriculture and the school farm is used to develop the neces-saiy skills to become successful. Each stuilenl is responsible for feeding, cleaning, doctoring, and general caring tor their animals. The animals are taken to matu of the area shows, including the large Houston Livestock Show and tlnally auctioned off at the school liow. It..ll,,m Kc.w: L. 1„ K.: Mi. .lulin.ui,— (CuuiiM-lorl. Dikki (;iiirilli. .SIh ii lalllii w . l ll.ia a-.. Nun I.uii.hiI. John Wilkt-r son, Oorge Wilkfrson. Debbie Cbmiel, Susan Ainsworth. St-cuul Kii«: I ' aulinr Kofiiorin, Charlenc Ryder, Maureen Woolen. Bobbv Kriske. .|err Perkins, Samuel Singleton, Kunice Jorgensen, Debra Hamilton. Top Row: Chris Reed, anessa Reeee. Kiiiiard Robles. A(; — Sweethearts: Debbie Chmit I, Dena Kriske. 147 F. H. A.- Chapter I lukin ' U llomriiiakinfirdui c or lias taken diii ' sin(i-lli. ' tli tinuU- i .•li il.l.-l.,j(,inKll . Ili-rr al Sti-rliii ' ;. mc liavf H chaplfrs, lacli Icacher sponsors ont-. Corn [noil aciivitics for all CliapliT nu-inht-rs an- till- inonlliK rn(Tlinf;s sponsored } eaefi eliapli ' i " in turn for the other 1 haplers. inone - niakinj; projects, a Banquet at the end of the year, and partieipation in tin- area and state riieetinjis. Kroni |{o»: 1,. to K: Mrs. W hillock— (Sponsor I. Vcrnicc Marine hki Shields, alli (lai Mrs. W hillock— (Sponsor) ,lohn-on, Iknk l{o«: I.. I.. K.: Jasmin DaMs. I.Midte Harrison. I ' aula Hunt. Mi. had Sim .-..iiard llumpliics. U m I ' lo, tor. ( jrl H..dnc ,|a. k-.,n. Kcnneil, Sniilli. KafI Kirsi Row: I., to K.: Kern Owens. I ' aula Hunt. I.eatha Vals in. .lackie Vnal, Harvey Marlunfl. Derrick Justice, Karen Juhnson. .S-cond Row: Vicki Shields, Cathy .lohnson. Mirian X hite. Refiinald utr . Mrenda I .iinlirii k, leanelta Washinf lon. (Jlenila Davis. Sheila Sanstim. Third Row: Rodnev .Jackson, Mark Burleson. IJrenda .|..hns,,n. Leonard llninphr.N. Michael Murrav. W in free Williams Michael Willie Kenneth Smith, bonard Roherts. 148 F. H. A.- Chapter II OKKK ' .F.RS: I., lu W. Shelia Kvans; Presi lfnt, Kelfcia Robins: i, ,•- I ' resideiil. Ju Ann ' iuillory; Seirelary, Darlcnt ' Goodie; Asst. Siri ' ftary, Treasurer. (iar Antoine. Cher l Bynl, Hi-lty Harris. Mrs. IJuiiclafie — (Spon- Kirsl Row: L. to R.: Mrs. liuiulage — (Sponsor), loel Revis. Tricheryl Haiikell, Gar Anioine. Man Galalon. Ronald Francis. Coldie NaiK-e. Maurice Sanders. Sii - ond Row: Kenii.lli Heiier. Mar i, ' .|,,n.v Gini Wilkins. Krl,- .loius. Mar hosier. Mark Stroud. Candi MeKke,-. BellN Harris. Third Row: Annetle Jones. Dehra Tyler. Julia Dorsey. Devara David- son. (Unknown). Darrel Aehane. Terrell Lee. Antliony Craifje. Willie West. 149 F. H. A. Chapter III OKFK.KKS; ll.lcn K Srcrrlan. Tiny Ut ' iijaiiiiii: I ' u rlia lilt ' Ilia rian, (iMiii I Iff man; Ticasiii i- 1 . I.Minic Mar.h: Sj;!. ai linv. lirl„-llr K.Mri; H. Ja,,iu,Un .la.ksdii: Vir,--I ' ivsi.l,ni. JikIn KllinlU Historian. Mi . CiiManl — (S| .in orl First Row: I,, to R.: Mrs. Coward— (Sponsor), Rett) Guillory, Eli .alx ' th Walson, Hfli-n K.-ll , Slulia Slicplianl. Charlotir Harris. F.dna Rohirts, Xdria Robortson, Jrniffi-r Washington, Miclicllc Kcldcr, Second Row: Chfrs Mitchrll, Karen Kelder, r)el)ra Ratclid. Ditria Robinson, Trove Renjaiiiin. I ' aiila Deni- er , lj ri Henry, Jaequelyn Jaekson, l.inda Turner, Judy F.llioll, Tbiril Row: Winfree Williams, I ' atrita (luidr . MeKiii McCjinls. Marslia ( ' .aims, Ti-rab Taylor, Sheila MeCuse, Diane Rose, Gwen Freeman, Lynette March. 150 Future Teachers of America This organization promotes ac- tivities and experiences to develop qualities antl aptitudes basic to suc- cessful carjeers. ' e are involved on projects where we can be helpful in activities pertaining to school func- tions. We are concerned alxjut our luiiction in the community and seek areas where we may be helpful. We participate in various scholastic ac- tivities on local, state, and national levels. OFKICIKKS: I., lo R: Gen iela Sims; I ' arliamenlarian, La.Niece HarrLsoii; Viie-Presidenl, V ' icki Creeks; Serre- tai " . I5ai k Rciw: niiie Rogers; Unaniial Secretary. Donna Anderson; Treasurer, Jeanelle Vt ' illiams; Sgl. al Arms. Michael Stevenson; President, Mr- D. Bennett — (Sponsor). Mr, L Cooper — (S(M)nsorl L. to R.: Cassandra Knight. Mii hael IVtt , Janice Sibley. Anthony Ke is. Cecelia Si-ott, John Uebose. Burrel Junes Lester Antoine. Craig tageiy. 151 KiiM K m; I.. I.) K.: K. ' li.ia G il(l.-n. Tni ' lit-njainiii. Vaiu--.sa riii.i n. l.ilv (;..1hi1. Ilaiii.-l Onill.-. ' (mmiiu- Uarabin. Uuu--j 1. .,„.•. laiul (.il.x.ii. Waii.la Williams l.aTanva I ' iltmaii. Si-roiid Ki)»: Cathfrini- Hi)lli- . l rli- .|(imi- . laif;ir (rtiiiian. Cullri-n I ' n-stiin. (jriikn I) Im, i-. (,».rHliiKn Slif|)ai l. Slianm R.r.l. Kulalia llu.lM.n. I.oivllui Hall, (ilnula Biirrrll. TliiV.I K..»: Mikr Sliarp. Ka nu,n,l I ' al.lir. Cliarlrs Clianill.T. (.an ..l..,n,-. Rli,,n,la llr,„I.T ..r.. KaiiM.na liallv Konal.l I rar). i-.. Willi.- .|.,liii-.,n. H..iial.l l■.. . H..iiaU (.i|,-..ii. Iriali Ta l..i. aiiiu.l |-.,lil.-. Kir-l K..«: I.. I.. [{.. li. (;..„|„-,— (S|„„w.il. ,-,,,ii„ a n,l.i„,„. |i,x,-,K Slia«. Mi. ,• Ja. kM.n. I.i a lliii.i .•l.latiruniM.-. Mr . li.imrll Sp„Ms..f I. S,-, ..n.l l{..»: J.. h.i.l. alali. ' I i.l.ll.lir....k. 10i..n.la 1 ..I.im . laiA Calali.n. Man Oullaml. Talriiia Du ar, Thinl R.-w: Ri. luir.l ll.ilinan. TaiiiiiiN llas.v la. i|ii.lin.- K..; ii " .l Bra lshav». CharUs CliandU-r. Arkiir Ri.l..rlM)n. .Inn. Man ni..M. ( ir..l W wnian. Marian Wi-hU 1. Mnlaiuira Mln.l. Ilinri.U.- IVi. .•, I)..nna |{r..Hn. I.-, lan.-lta Ralls. Jam.- HcmIm-. (.assaii lraSli..rl.r. 152 H. E. C. E. Kirsl Row: Mrs. Wilkinson. Lori William (Parlianu-nlarian ), Linda Stewart (SetrHary), K. S. ConH,t..n ( . Pardue (President). Second Row: Anfjela Williams (Treasurer), Darrell Tucker (bgl. at Arms). .h.-id.Mll. D.uira .lames (Historian ). lirli,-al 153 Kiisl Row: li . Wilkinson, Donila Mayes (Secrelanl, Janicf Walker ( Vke-Presideiil), Sharon I ' resluii ( l ' ri-i,| ' iuK III 1 ( l ' .M liaiM.rileiriaii I. Siiiirul Row: Jessie Martin (Treasurer), Cleve Vercher (Spl. al Arms). nil. Jaikie Riiliin iMi I lli liirianl. Tin Kirsl R, Durlen. w: Mrs. Wilkinson. Di.nila Mavev Jan in- W alkii. Sliaion h.-lon. Jai kie Koliinsi.n. ll,iies i I5.il, her. Lisa Dunran. Tanirnv lilie. Se. on.l R.. Br.mn, Vicki Shi.liU. I)i l.l.i.- Marlm. Jismi- Mardn. (Iim- in [,er. Patrice RichanUm. D-lnv ll.,li%. I ' ai,. Co. kr.ll. K.iirn,sl Malll..«-. 154 OKKICKKS: I.. i„ K.: likr Kain: IV. tai- . JcllCiim; Sf;l. al irri . .1. Dci.Lsr Vl.liril.ll; i.-.--IV.M,lei.t. Iii.a W alk.-r, S.-.rt-- International Thespian Society I hf I. T. S. is an organization open to S|jee(h and Drama Students. Paitici- pation and dedication are the essential requirements for involvement. You must have patience and training to rehearse for performances and gain nicmli. ' r liip points. I,, t.i K.. Kn.nl Ku«: Mirhail lVll . Tina Walker, lai- nn Kiiif;. Iia k Row: l.aNi.-,e llanls.m. likr lam. J,M (low. I),nise M.CaRlfll. Joe Sinilli. Vlnne: l . li.Mm.- i|.|)er. I. T. .S. |k,„m„. 155 Journalism Club Km.tImi . I.li lo Kif:lil: Jraiirll.- W illuii,-. l.aN.i,,- llanL-oii. I ' aliina W ill[aiii . Tli.iv a ll.r,. aii.li Hifi-liv. Jo Villi (niilloiA. Slandiii . I..I1 in Kif:lil: U,uh Murpin, Michcll. ' ll.-rlM-rl. Jam. .■ Sll,l,v. J.,.- L«l- (;.-oi " ia Wall-, liki- Kaiii. CiM-.-lia Scull. i,,la McC.anlrll. ami Cliarli.tli- JuhiiMin. l-irsl K.m: l..-tt to Kif;lil. I ' alii. la W illiai.iv ( ..-..i iia W all-, aii.lia Hi -l,v. ( :a " aiMli a Kiui;lil. li. Ii.ll.- Il.ilnii. ,-l,la ( iii.iil.l. . ( ,■, ,li., , ,,11, Ja. ki.- Uaii.ll. ina Ja.k.s.„i. J.-am-lU- Williams, and Tlii ' Mila larliii. ,r..,u !(.,«; I.li. la K., Inns. J., iiii (.iiill,.iv, llni.alla I ' m r. Mirharl I ' .alU. li. h.al lam. lula lc • Car.li-II.Clu-n,! Douglas, (iuniSmUh. lrainn.- Kolliiiv IIi.mII!,,»: (liailullr J„liii-,,ii, Iik.- Miar|.. jaiii., ' Sil,l,- . UiNicr,- llai 1 1-...1. J... I.r»i-. KamK Mur- phy, Arthur Davidson, Nakila Gatrs. ThiTcsa Allin. 156 To,, Ki:;lil; llir ,|uui ruilr iii Cliil. mmI.mI lli, ' soulirs lai-rsi l.iae k ih-« |mihi. Thr F.nuiinl Times. Tlir Mu(l.-nls -a« Insllum.l li.m a n.» |,a- per is lalil out anil |iiirilc-(l. Led: Mi-miIh-i-.,,! iI,,- S, i il,r aii.l Miranial |.l...l... grapliN slalK r.-. .-im-.I a Ir, luiv on spoil- pli..l..- f;raph In.Mi lln- hnranl Tunr,- ,l,i,-l pholo- grapliir. 157 Mu Alpha Theta Mu l|)lia I hi ' la is a iialiuiial hiiili si ' hool and junior collcf; ' liorioran. I H hecoim- a infriiluT at Stcrlinj;. a studrnl must apply lor tncnilii-rsliip. To hr ac- cepU ' d a slutlt-nt must have coniplftcd two years of collefic preparatory math and he enrolled U the thiril year. We hold l i-inontl)l ineelinfrs and have programs that are math oriented. OK- FK ' .KKS: Mike Kain. treasur.T: Denise Mrdardell. president: Kim lIoliowaN. i(i-|ire i(lrnt: Donila Kmwn, secre- lan. 1.. U, K.: Hr l K..«: I. liiill.r. (S(.(Uisi)r). Mike haiii. Ddiiila l?rii«n. t ' .turAl Wiiui. Karen Vt ' ong. Sh.lU Cr.-.n. .-,kK Shi.l.l-. I.inda Hs.alanle. I).ni-.- (i li.-. Si-i..ncl K. «: Sl.-lla CaiM.ri.cL Kiiii H..ll,,«a%. Krir Wi-.in-. ), u-,- 1, ( ' .arde Mall VUpauiili. Elinor V liilf. I ' aulini- Knrinon l.anr.- ,|a. k ,,,. 158 National Forensic League 1 he N. F. I., is an organization for all speakers and debators of the Drama Depart- ment. Requirements are parlieipation in speeeh tournaments, and to have the desig- nated N. F. L along with the I. T. S. hosts a senior and junior high tournament for other schools throughout the southwest and as a " (jrand Finale " each year an awards ban- quet is held in eon- junction with the I. T. S. OKI-ICKKS: Mr-. Nii iMr. S|M,n .,r. Mlkr Kain; Se rflar . Tina Walker. I ' rfsul.nl. li ( i(c-l ' n iilirui Ni)l l ' i(luri-(l. Man Htjrr ' iHinfi- First Row. Kneeling: Heliert Davenpurt. Charlesella (iendrelt. I)wa ne R()l)ert . Man. Ann Kinj;. Gailyn Brown. Seiond Row: Mrs. .luren.Tina Vt alker. Mike Fain. Denise Gixiilie, Zina Ja kson. Rhonda Henderson. Patrick Cooper, Kim Negron. Mrs. Nipper, Third R(jw: I Niece Harrison, Henrietta I ' rice. Caniille Jones, f ' aulette Bryant. Frie Fagan. Jennifer Anders, Fourth Row: Randy Jenkins. Michael Petty, F)enise Barrett. Denise McManlell, Donald Raglin. Jackie Fogle, I ' ierre Caniptiell. Karen Higgins, Lee Bailev. 159 National Honor Society The Naliiinal llotioi Soci. ' tN i- an oi ' iani alion lortix-d ol slu lfnt w ln i-x- cmplitv the qualilifs orscholarsliip. lca(l» ' ishi|). rlTaracti-r, and sei- i(»-. To lit- ac- cepted, a person must have a iA. grade average, ami an E in conduct. IJc.lloni Ko»: I,. Il 1,, Ri ' lil. Mr-.. I ' . K. Mil.li.ll, i ..iiM,r. 1irli.llr IIitImtI. D.-ni-r lr( .inl.ll. (.«.iiiIoKm Sniilli. Ch.-rvl Winn. Ellen U-wis. Tli.T.-»a Nlcmr.-. Cli.-n,! I) iu la . ftinil ' SIiirl(U. u lin liau.r— |M)n cir. Si und Row: Tina W alkir. Kan-n Wi.n , Man lloh. I. n(la K-. alarU.-. ants.-.a illi . Slu-ll.-v (Iri-.-n. Uurila HalT. nila Dunl.ar. D-ni-r c;,.,,,!!.-. T..|. K(.»: Mich.-al Shar|). Sl.-lla Capoi JijiK Manila, ami l.anrc JaikMin. i. Jell Criiw. kirn Hollnwax. Rai li.l J.in.-s. Klin.ir W liilc Danila Bnmn. 160 N. J. R. 0. T. C. N. J. R. O. T. C. aims to fit into the high school cur- riculum with the principle objectives being develop- ment of citizenship, leadership, teamwork, and high standards of personal conduct and appearance. Being a N. J. R. 0. T. C. cadet does not mean vou are oblig- ated to join the Armed Forces. .rH to Ki;:lil: l.(.l)K Ki.luud (,.aN. K S Iu lia.-l Mixon. I.T li. I.arl I1hI,„i. ami i;r l.ukrUil. uM. In.ni Icll I., nf;lU: LCDK IS.. I, l,, k..ll— SI. I.T Mirhat-I IJofliin. I.T liiha.-l lii.lu-ll. K S Pat CiH-bv. I.T l.uki- Gib- ..n. K S l.iiida Marliniz. KNS rlliur l)a i l-on. KNS Km.rs,,n linnvn. LT Mat- tli.» Vl-iiauiih. I.C.DR iiihan Grav. BMC loliri l). l.oai I.— WSl. Krom left to right: ENS Emerson Brown, Ruth Haves. LCUR Riehard Gra , ENS Michael Mixon. ENS Liiula Martinez, LT Michael Boehni, illiam Richardson, LT Luke (;il,s, n and Gt ' O Joseph Wong. 161 Female Cadets First Row: U-it U. Rishl. NaiH (;.lnir.f:. I).l...rali SallhT. Mi,-,- Jacks,,,,. Kl,ui„la W Inll... k. .Ma (;run,l l -, Isab.-ll Gill..,-,!. Kul,l llaM-N IJ.-vrrK An.lrrx.n, and Ri ' pina Ci„w. Seiond Row: NSIl.CDH R. K M,-, koll. K,iiia l ' ni1.-i. julia Sa„,. n„,-ll,- Saiian... Ku„ii-.- Jiii t-nsfn. U.-rllia Ro„„-,„, (.Miltiia (ir.-nsliaw. Pamela Townsend, Robin Byt- rs. ANSI Cll ' O John Di ' Loarli. Third Row: Dt-nisi- Murph . Sancha Mil, he II, Sonya Lewis, Angela U ' wis. (Cheryl l ewis, I ' alrieia Guidrv, Esler Ross, and Maria Miles. I ' ielure Below; Kirsl Row: ENS Einda Martinez. Refjina Crow, Pamela Townsend, .,l la (iruniM. ' , B.% .rK ndei .on. and Miee Ja.kson. Sei-, nd Row: Anthony Nixon, ENS James Randcdph, Ronald Patterson, Riehie Broussard, and Johnny Pafje. Third Row: Ronald Ha w,iod. Mi, hael W illiains. Dale Ray, ENS Arthur Davidson. Barrv Hav-wood. ( PO (Jerard Randolph, and Tommy Shelvin. Male Cadets First Row: Left lo Right, Harold Brittoii, Eric Kagan. Howard Brown. Krii Ha -»%ard and Toninn SlirKin. Si Barry Haywood, Richie Broussard, I ' hilli| Turner, an. I Jai.ie- Kand..l|,h. Third Ko«: NSl LCDK Kol)erl I. Mixon. jern, ' Wiseman. Reginald Wallv.-i. .l.-H.-n. Taxlor. and WSI (I ' d Inhn D.h.a.li. , end Ron; IVrone Powell. W ilhani Ri. ikidl. Armando Ksparza. John Boeliin hardsun. MirliacI Bottom I ' icture: Kirst Row: Michael Hearne. Uiwrci, r W ,U..n. ,|. c|,h W .m;;. ( ;harlc. ( ,,iidrN. (,. raid Itind..!,,!,, Robinson. Second Row: NSl LCDR R K. lc.koll. Ko.incs Jacksnr,. Jnlunu I ' ap ' . RunaU I ' allcrs,,,,. lticd liiMaj. De Loach. Ra.nK DaM-. Mlli..n iv.„.,md H.mal.l s. Michael Willuiin.. and M Cl ' Ojc.hns 163 0. E. A. ' I " hc purpose of the ocalioiuil ( )f fiic Ktluculion I ' rogram is to furtlirr llic mfml)ci " s welfare in develoijiiifi cotii- ptleni. cooperative, and parlriotic leaders in the field of ofiui ' occupa- tions. The 0K Profiratn encourafjcs the use of hi{;h ethical standards in busi- ness and stimulates the desire for and stress the importance of keepinLr abreast in current and future husiness developments. The official colors ol ()F. ar. ' i.M-c.-n and l;oI,I. I,i(l III Hifilil: Daisy Williams — Sccrt ' tarv, Su-phanic Adams — IVi-a iini. li . Dur.piln M — .Sponsor, Sandra J. n,-—l ' n-si.lenl. IVggy ll..yl,--Historian. Kussrll Hyrd— irr-l ' i .Mdrnl. Jarn. r k l. l ' arlia- mi ' Mlarian. l-ronl Kow: Lrll to Kit:lil. Sandra .lont-s. I.inda .jornv. I ' ani Daviv. CaiolMi Mil, l„ll. Sliml lii..«ii. I),iii-, Tu. kn. |),l,l,ir l,,i,is,,„, I ' l- jn llo l,-and Daisv Williams. Sim ond Kow: Janice kvk Slephani.- Adams. Slian.ii Si liumaii, T.iiniiu Malliiws. Nakila (,alrs. (..iini. I ' likin-. Maiiiu ,• Kliom-. drain Sprnr.-r. and .lacqurlvM Jackson. Third Row: Linda Undrv, Slicr.i r I ' m c. Jam.- liaili . Kiisscll Hvrd. fJarnl DaMs. J.aiictli- W illiaiii-. Cliinl liirn.H. and Arlcnc KoU.rlson. 164 I Rocking Raiders . The Rocking Raiders at Ros.s Sterling has the spirit, to promote ' I the spirit, of all the football, basketball, and baseball games. ■Vi : ' ' ft ' iw Sponsors are Mrs. Hollie and ' . t.l ® Mrs. Jo Anna Taylor. Off icers are: Kronl: Caplain— Pamela Ccckivll. Secoiul Ko«: Cu-(;aiJlain : Sandra Jones, Lil Golx-rt and J.anelte Williams. Tlind K(m: D.mna Moullon. Pasly Jones and Sabrina Collins. 165 Kiunl Ko»: l.ill 1.1 Ui liL 1 . ulr K,,l,in i..i. Janl.c Hunl.-r. Jackie Bulln. ,,m..-lia l{a c . (mmti l ' ,Tkin . R,,«-lif {,u . Josrr Ix-,-. and Tra.s Kran(i . S,-,-..n(l K.iw: C.Milliia |{.ll. |{.-H Harris Marjii.- Joii.-s. Sliarun Byr.l, Jackie Barln-r. Slielia Harris. IVll llarri . ll.nrialta I ' ri. r. I ' liinl Hu«: |ji (ioU-rl. I ' aiii Cm krrll. kajiri Fililir. Sharon Konlt-nol. Shelia Kvans. Kclicia RohinsDti. Sandra Jones and Shelia Hardin " . Ironi Ko«: L.-U i,. Riplil. Uila Wall-. Mildncl Jark on. C.liari.-.,- Ilurn|.lin. Donna l..nl..n. I.uenlu (.ra.eand Vlria l ol erl-on. N-, ond Row: anessa Tlur- rev, Angela Brillon. Sylvia W inehesl.i. Bi idg.lU- Br.mii. I{arl.aia Ka e Slupliard. An elia Heard, and MariUn W illiani . Hiird R..«: leli, la I ' all.r-on, Dei.le Anioine, Chervl Wells, Mvrle Jones, l.in Jones, Cwlhia Anthony, I ' alrieia Mall hews, and San lra Mahoney. 166 Spanish Club The Spanish Club is an organization open to all students who are taking or have taken at least one year of Spanish. OflRersfor 1976-77 Shellev Green — Co-Treasurer Pal Galvan — Seerelan Lynda Esealanle — President Karl Cassel — Treasurer Mar Holl — Vice President Top Row: Left to Right: Gregory Ford, Lester Antoine, James Hoodye, Pat Galvan, Leslie Mauch, Rhonda Hendenson, Mike Sharp, and Tony Galvan. Middle Row: Caniille Jones, Lily Gobert, Laurita Hall, Carolyn Ford, and Anita Dunbar. Third Row: Ms. Villanueva — Sponsor, Lynda Escalante, Margie Germann, Kim Negron, Cindy Shoemake, Karen Smith and Lita Holt. 167 Student Government OffKer In. Ml Irll U, riplit: Fmnl K.iw: Parliaiiunl: Krir W if;(;ins, TriasuriT Cecelia Scoll, President F.lec l: Donna Brown, Co-Sponsor Miss Billye Douglas, Vice [ ' resident: DenLse Goodie, President: Cassandra Haniiliton. Secretary: Arlene Jones. Back Row: DenLse Barrett, and Mr. Delbert Gardener Co-Sponsor. First Row: Jeanette illiams, Flizal)elli Watson, Gwen Pier, Caria Doufjlas. Miki- Sliarp. Ronnii- (,ipson, Sam Martinez. (iinjlMi lili lie!!. Mike I , Row: Meriman Wehl), Ulanya Pitlinian, Michelle Catching, Daryl Ferguson. (;oldie Nance. Jackie Fogl.-. Helen KelK and (;»ro Well- 168 Kiisl !{„«: I,,ri lo l{if;lil. KiMi ll(,ll„na . DcMiM- M.r.anlfL Heni.-Hla I ' ricr. Rita RoliinM.n, liassanilra SlioHni. I,U( iv, u Cnur. i, lia 1( C.ard.-I. Kli.m.la Ht-ndiriMHi and Jackie IJailici. Sc( Drid Ko«: MaiiKn Jinking. Sliaion Aaiiin. Tallinn I laM-s, Tidm- Uinjaniin. Idrnda liainll. Inniid laHluws, Kaiiii Bain.s. an l Kani-tia Balls. Tliird K.iw: Randall Murpln, Craig loliiisiui. tlliiLslol.-i Reed. Jaino Ronil. kan-n ll(ilim . Mii had I ' .llv. tlaniill.- Joins, Br.-nda l.iinlirick and Slirlia lai-liall. First Row; l,.ll lo Rifilil, Man, Holt, Elizabeth Ashy, Cheryl Winn, Wanda Williams, and Rosylyn Jenkins. Second Row: Ij-ster .Anioine, Michelle Calcliinf;, Janel llunler, Marv Calalon, Shelley Green, Wendv Shiekis, Amy Klores, Cathy Maddox, Freddie Cantee. ThinI Row; Lance Jackson, Carl Cassel, Melvin Mc- Cants. Jellei-y Harrison, Lirella FInioie. Flinor While. Melvin Banks an l Joe Massey. 169 Troubadours Till ' I i()ul)U(luur air llu- [jidjjU- ut |iic) i(lr ilie sitifiiiifi (or tlif Ross Sterling lu(lciils. They have sung at many (liflcrcnt |)la(cs this year. They have also won first place at Prairie View A M Lni i ' r it thi i-ar. K..« 1: Clirnl ll..(lf;.-. Marion IVlt-rson. I ' ina Walker. Linda Jani.-s. ' nicinla MaHin. Mauclr allii-r. I ' aul.Ur lirvanl. ami K% anf;,-lin.- (;al.ri.l. H..« II: Mark Mm.mI. iiila Srtlli-s. IVI.ra Spencer, Rohin Winter. Cheryijones. Cwtliia McDonald, anil Mary Karrell. Kow III: Mi.luiel Krank. llnlli.. r..»ri -. n,l, J..!..! I ' liillin-. Will)ert Guillon. Roland tJookrr. Roderick Rodgers, Steven Kill;;. Michael Bates, and James Moore. 170 Raider Guards KirsI Row: Lett to Riptit, Sponsor— Odell Smith, Rkliard Broussard, Randy Davis, Arthur Uavulson. Frank W illiam . Top Ro«: Ri, hard Rohl.-s, Gr Vtnadias, Alfred Broharras, Jerry Perkins, Clyde Abernathy, and Ronald Robinson. 171 In every organization there are people . . . who smile, laugh, listen talk . . . and work . . . 173 .• A . :3» .!feWi-. y F . ,. -« » ' ••. Sports Football . . Basketball Baseball . . Track . . . Volleyball Etc . . . Editors: Chester DeTiege Mike Fain Randy Murphy Raiders Lose to Rams In Season Opener 57-6 In their first pre-season game of the year. Sterhng sent a very young and nervous team against a group of state- ranked veterans from Kashmere. Ster- hng anticipated a very tough game and their efforts turned out to be almost in vain. Kashmere dominated the scoreboard as they made touchdown after touchdown. Although the score was in Kashmere ' s favor, the Raiders did have some very outstanding efforts and accomplishments from the game. One such accomplishment would be an 83 yard pass reception by Kerry Blake which was the longest pass reception in the city for five weeks. The final score of the game was Sterling 6 and Ka.shmere 57. 176 mi Raiders Suffer Second Defeat In llieir seionci game of the pre- season, the Raiders sent a vei im- proved team against the Marlins of Madison. The game was a close bat- tle through the first half, but Madison broke loose in the second half. Although our team was im- proved, the defensive line needed work as Madison scored six touchdowns. Also, our team did play a much stronger ball game this week. The defensive stars for the Raiders were Sammy Singleton and Jeffrey Botley. Quarterback Joseph Smith had a much better showing than his previous one against the Rams as his offensive strateg) paid off by rank- ing him in the top ten quarterbacks in the city. After this second game of the year. Sterling claimed an 0-2 re- cord as the Madison Marlins fell even at 1-1. The final score of the game was Madison 43 and Sterling 0. Dan, -I rl,.,n Kr.irirll. lirllll. ' llrn Hook. ' Hollis Klrnon, (lart-iii !• (Ircrn (;i ()f Jiilinson Raiders Fall in Tight Battle With Generals Thf Sterling; Raiders really put on a wild show as they met with the Lee Generals in a game that Sterling reallv wanted to win. Penalties played a key factor for Sterling as key scoring drives were constantly l)eing halted. The Raider defense came alive in the sec- ond half and allowed only two touchdowns the entire evening. A blocked point and the failure of a two- point conversion cost Sterling the game. The final score was Lee 14 and Sterling 12. 178 Saniufl Siii lfton Jim- Slllitll U-iinarcl Vi alkt-r 179 m ., . i t .84 V ..• «- ' IH Sterling Bows to Colts Sterling prepared for a hard and furious battle on the night that we played one of our neighboring oppo- nents, the Worthing Colts. Neither of the two teams totally dominated the field that night as both teams put on a wild show. Sterling did, however, dominate the excitement as two scoring runs were called back. The Raider defense had their best showing of the year against a tough Worthing offense. Although we were not victorious in our efforts, we did play a great football game. The final score was Worthing 14 and Sterling 6. 181 Raiders Start District With a Loss Raiders Tame the Wildcats In tlifir sfcond {i;aiiif of district play, the Raiders met the Wheatley Wildcats in a battle that the Raiders needed to win in order to keep their race alive for the district champion- ship. Sterling ' s defense held the Wildcats to six points in one of the Raiders ' s best defensive efforts of the year. Sterling ' s offense staged their best showing of the season up to that point as t h e v scored three touchdowns. The final score was Wheatley 6 and Sterling 20. The Raiders Clash With Brahmas The Raiders advanced to their third game of district play with a 1-1 district record. This game with the Brahmas of Furr High School was a must win for the Raiders in order to keep alive in the race toward the district cham- pionship. The game turned out to be a lurious ballli ' as both offenses wen- operating in full force. Sterling scored four touchdowns and had three sc(»r- ing passes called back. However, the Rrahmas proved to be one step ahead. The final score of the ganie was Kurr 39 and Sterling 33. 183 Mustangs Drown Homecoming Victory With lliouglits of ifVfii ' c lor the lou straight homeconiinjj di-lcats that the Raiders have dealt to them, the Austin Mustangs began a fight to the finishl with the Raiders. The Raider defense held the Mustangs to two touchdowns, hut the Raider offense rould not con- nect at all. Sterling came on strong in the fourth quarter with two strong offensive drives, but the Austin defense held. The final score of the game was Austin 12 and Sterling 0. Raiders Blitz Buffs For the third year in a row, the Raiders have been victorious in their efforts against the Miihy Buffaloes. This year Sterling ran, passed, and kicked the ball past the Buffs in the tiiost suc- cessful game the Raiders had the entire season. The Raider defense had another good outing as Milby was held to two touchdowns. Sterling ' s offense was the real hero of the night as the Raiders scored four touchdowns. This victory gave Sterling a 2-7 record for the season. The final score of the game was Milby 14 and Sterling 29. 1 P w Raiders End Heartbreaking Season The Raiders ended their worst season in nine years with a loss to our neighboring rivals, the Jones Falcons. The game was very close the whole evening, but a Jones safety cost the game for Sterling. Sterling ' s offense and defense played ex- tremely well, but the Falcons proved to be just a little bit bet- ter. The final score of Sterling ' s last game of the season was Jones 16 and Sterling 14. 185 m ■fe P ' k f% ■i- lluwanl Juulx-rt N., J0..I1I1 Simlli Mr. l-u„tl,, Ki-niiflli liiniuT No. :i li.l)a.-l Willis ... t (;rr " uiA .|ol,i.s,,i, ,i 186 Mr. Football and Runners-up 187 1 I Bill Corkivll. Duan.- Hohhs. l .- I ' .-nny. Todd Krrrell. John Debose. Wkln.-y J.i I.e.-. Wiiltitr Jiini-N Donald Daultnr. I..M,i „|.. Andrew Chaniht-rs Miclia.-I Millnirn. R.-f;inald Dovr. 2) Coaiti Small. Kric Wliilr. .jolinny VI illiams, U-rick Jiisti.f. nlh.)n Bn;i Craig KilfjIfN. Charles Lisler. Ilenn Hosier. Daniel rceneau . Mark Sir Wells. Kelvin Thomas. Craif; .|ohns,m. CaUin Simmons. Keilh I.er. Jes.r , Deason. .1. . Football 197()-77. i Rr I.I ksle li. Kodr k.lub, II. (). C l . N, kenneib ()sb,,rn. b liiober. :U Crai- e Kennedv. Vnilrex The Sports Staff would like to extend it ' s a|)[)re iation for the help received from the players and eoaehes durinj; the process of publishing this sec- tion of the Miramar. Junior Varsity Football Tlif football year of 1976 was one of rebuilding; anil improvement for the Sterling Raiders. The J- ' team was rompiled mainly of inexperienced sophomores and juniors. The team made abundant amounts of improve- ment during the year and prepared the memliers of the team for varsity football next year. The team finished the season with a 2-.5-1 record. The men whom are pictured in the photograph to the left are the ones that are responsible for the training and coaching of the mighty Raider football team. These men are special because of their dedication and devotion to the members of the team. These men are (kneeling) Coach Bobby Dorsey, (I to r) Coach Don Lindsev, Coach William Booher. Coach Edward Robinson, and Coach Eldridge Smalls. 189 Basketball aa ii 1 Boogie Down Raiders Danli-n lilcx k- -li.il all.iii|ii. 190 DREAMS OF SUCCESS Sterling basketball has always been a strong part of the Raider athletie program. With seven return- ing veterans. Sterling fans had high ho|)es of winning high state honors. With this thought in mind, the team vowed not to let the sehool ilown. ICTSTOuse Varsity Basketball Kronl Kcm: ll Id r) (;rfj: )r Johnson. Russell Sniilh, Wilson Alien. Terrell Koliinson. Howard oung. Back Ko«: ( I lo rl Kef;inalil tear-. Kdwaril l.asle Kandv Woinlanl, G aih Edward Robinson, Anlliony Johnson. Kenneth (iordon, Jerr) Woolen, Lionel Green. In the past three years. The Sterling; Raitlers have never had a losing season with Clii ' ioril Jackson as head coach. Jackson ' s stralep) is basic basketball, similar to the professional league. His offensive attact consist of running, gunning, and a lot of hustling. (lontrarv to (loach Jackson, Kdward (.?. Kobinson, assistant coach, loves In press and play zone. He believes in the (uit-Dn- one stratejrv of basketball. 192 The iiuniiins; torwaids of Sterliiii; hit 54% of llif ir shots. Reginald Fears was among the best forwards in the city hit- ting 62% of his shots. The guards were the liaekbone of the defense averaging 4 steals a game. Their starting center. Randv Woodard had a total of 8.i re- unds out ol 1 1 uames. VViiiilcn la il in. 193 Allen, Vt ilson: guard, 5 ' 7 " , 135 lbs. Fears, Keginald: forward, 6 ' .5 " , 197 lbs. ( " fordon, Kcnnelk- torward. () ' :v. ir 7 U.S. ' " V l y -i W " Green, Lionel: forward, 6 ' 2 " , 150 lbs. Johnson, Anthony: forward, 6 ' 5 " , 200 lbs. Johnson, Gregory: forward, 6 ' 2 " , 188 lbs. ' Laslee, Edward: forward, 6 ' 7 " , 197 lbs. Robinson, Terral: center, 5 ' 9 " , 157 lbs. Smith, Russell: forward, 6 ' 2 " , 165 lbs. 194 VARSITY DISTRICT SCHEDULE Si. ' i ling 85 Yates 80 St.- ling 77 Wheallt-y 93 Sic -ling 81 Kurr 65 Stc ling 8,S Austin 47 Si. ' ling 53 Milby .56 St.- iiiig 59 Jones 81 St.- ling 64 ates ()7 Stf .ling 88 Whealley 80 St.- rling 78 hurr 62 St. iling 86 Austin 59 St. fling 54 Mill)y 55 St. liing 63 .|..n.-s 62 TIk- Raiders finisher! with a 7-5 rec-ord. They were in the t. uglit-st district race in the city and finished second with J.m. ' s and ales. ClaMun. J, Sialic iiiM li..l,i„s,,„, H,l.,: Slaliriaii I ' layer Randv Woodard Reginald Fears .|eri W.xjlen Kenneth Gordon Russell Smith (Jn-gorv Johnson r.-rral Robinson Wilson Allen Howard Young Anthony Johnson Edward Eastee Lionel Green Pt.Avg. 9.4 12.3 8.6 6.4 6.9 9.1 .5 1.8 6.3 11.1 3.8 .3 TEAM STATISTICS E.G. A. F.G.M. E.T, . ETM. 104 88 81 67 78 78 4 21 80 92 38 6 .39 .55 42 ;34 ,38 2 8 31 44 15 2 41 28 18 8 19 2 10 14 35 10 15 27 18 10 3 11 2 3 12 25 6 Asst. U 23 21 13 27 40 2 8 37 18 14 3 83 73 57 43 23 12 1 2 15 82 34 1 T.I). 112 147 102 76 81 109 () 20 75 142 44 4 195 W.MMlanl. Kaii.U: ..til.-,. ,M,t,i,. 1,ha: (..i«ai,l. t,y. 1( 0 U.S. Viiinu, lliiwaid: L ' uaiil. .- i(r. 1 15 ll. . Ihf Haiders ended the season w iniiiiip four of six games. Two of lliese games were upsets against Jones and Wtieatiev w lio liad pre- viously defeated tlie Raiders earlier in tlie season. Tfieir most outstanding victor was against Austin, who thev overwliehned Douglas, (jrla Traint-r Slevi-ns. Crai? TrainiT Vi)unf;. Davi- Trainer 196 Girls Basketball Ktr HOW: Cca. Ii li...ili,r. Hrlcif;.!! Doni.--. Kila K..l.iii iin. Dlaiinr Smith. la.MMi ll.niA. Iliillis 15if; l) . Slian.ri J.ilmson. D.I.m.-. (:iiarl. . Sandra Chailii. Mr-., linf; -.. I!() IK IM HOW: Caria l)..ut:la . lar ha J..n.-s. C ' .aria i ii a juin| luil lur 1h 197 Junior Varsity Basketball ■|(l| ' HOW: Kn.lll.X l)j ■| ) 1 HUW: Nil, l,,„l K.mI Coiicli Kduard (j. H()l)ins(iii |)la an im- portant loIr in the Sterling athletic pro- gram. Not oiiK the head coach for Junior arsitv Basketball, he is the assistant coach for the Varsity team. The picture shown to the right shows Robinson preparing for their seasonal opener against Yates. 198 That ' s as far as you po Here ' s a block shot A real feeling of team work is shown at any Junior Varsity basketball game. Compared to other high school teams. Sterling ' s J. V. has a high percentage of shooting. With the good defensive and especially the fine running game that is displayed, the 1978 Varsity team is promised to not be disappointing. A scuffle for a rebound Miss it. Miss it. Miss it . I wish I could touch the skv 199 The 1976-77 Ross Sterling Volleyball Team 200 Center: Loii Heim, Denise MiCardelL Ku« 1: I ' aulelte Maviiekl, Stiari)n Lair, Viola MeUrclell. Ke5:ciiia Smilh. Meliiula ISak.i. lai kir Itu nil. I ' arn Williams. Row 2: Teresa Allen, Kerntlte i.i v . nnie Rogers, Jaequelyn Barber, Mira Jamerson, Ms. Bripgs — Coaeli. 201 Girls Golf Sonia McNorrLs Mary Ixnstsky Cammile Jones Nancy Garv Coached bv: Wavne Lindsev 202 The 1976-77 Archery Team (I U) r) Krir l.i-cklitni-r, Janin- Leaks, Rol)i-rl Ma .ak. Nam a (icliriiif;, Miiliai-I Cortcz. l.ynda Kscalanli-, Sam Marlini ' z, (Iwi-n Xaldt-z. Liiu-d up an- the " Bip Ki Mazak, Eric ' Lfckliliu-r. I.MKia Ksralante. t.»iri alil. . Kuliert Ms. i ungl)k u(l measures ihe distanee helwetii ivmi ar WaUhing are Gwen VaUlez and Janice Leaks. 203 Modern Dance 1. Pauli-llr Brvanl. ivian Hargrove. Slu-ila Kvans. Rlionda Hfiuli-rson. Man Calalmi. lan Kin . IIhi, vi ll -n. M.|iliaiiii- lliairi.-. iilla l)uril)ar, (;ailyn linmn. Sylvia Winchester, Linda Jones, Ethel Swinf ston, MiUheil .|ark-i,n. hi iul lallhe»-. .|,wrl l!ro«ii. Wiu r IJanall. ( •nler: Saii(ha ,|(ine . 1imIi rn Dance ( ' .la orn.crs Mar-N kin;; (:h,„cut:,a|,l,c, MiMrcl la. k-ui, SJMila |-Aan icc I ' n-idcnl l.iK C.lhcrl (usiurne Ianat:er Hli.M, la llcnilcrsHn l irv,,|enl Man Calaluii X-Mslanl (:ii luini- la„at:c,. 204 The 1976-77 Tennis Team R,,w I: (Anlliia Shot-makfr, kar.-ii Sniilh, Donna Anilcrson, SlulUv Grr.n, M . ..uni;M..oil— ( ...a li. Kuw SiMr . Nulanda Adams. Howard Brown. C.raif; CascIL Not piitured: Zina Jackson. 2: Volanda K.lwards. Ur u- r Calduns. .lar.ir. liTTfirrTTrirnTT Boy ' s Tennis Kirsi K,,«: C.Kirl; l.l)nn,,ii,i;li. I)..nal.l aiH r. tiiaii: Ca -.l. !{,,» Tu,.: Ku-rl l.r»i . I i, II i,h1|,, J. II (.i,.u. -.aiiiu.l h.i,!,., r,-n lur Swimming Team 206 Kiiiioi Wlulr. ,n,l Sln.liU. IiimU l.anor. T.-rrN C.nis. Girl ' s Track TOP ROW: Caria uouglas, ' i Sheila Tasby, Annie Rodgers, Cherl Byrd, Gwe n Sniitk Elsie Scotl, Ethel Levislon. Brenda Johnson, Dietra Dickson. ;, BOTTOM ROW: Karen N ' oung, Siela LaBome, Joy Young, Jackie Smith. MILE RELAY: Sheila La Borne, Jackie Smith, Joy Young, Karen Young. 880 RELAY: Joy Young, Karen Young, Shiela La Borne, Elsia Scott. Boy ' s Track llolNs H,.,„„A Mli.ri W rifihl i.id llur.ll.r Divus ( a|iluin Oregon .|i)lirisori 880 R.laN r.ani Slant.. 1,1 NauU lil.-r 2 Mil.- I{.la : l.-ll l,,i-if;lii; |.arn ,|.,i Joe Massey. Carl Ca .M. K. Johnson, Stanford auls. 208 William Turney has been coaching track for 31 years. He was named 1975 Coach of Year in H.I.S.D. Last year he won 5 ma- jor meets (more than anv other coach in Houston.) Turney ran track for Regan Senior High and Rice University. He look s for one main aspect in a player, enthusiasm. That is why he is one of the most respected coaches in the state of Texas. - T r a c k TOP ROW: Coach l.mdM-N. I)an»-I Ulakr. Willi.- k.lwarik. Urn J..hn on. l.-rnll Lr. Karl (j .-l. CWiU- Joliii-.,n. k.Mii Johnson, Stanford Nauls, Leonard Milburn, Coaih Tuwiey. SECOND ROW: Alton W rifilit, Kreddie tintu. Holils Hennorv, Steven McCov, Greggorx Johnson. Samniie Singleton, Alvin Mooer, Joe Massey. THIRD ROW: Wilhe Johnson, Clearence Green, Kenneth B«-nner, James McCoy, tlerbie Davenport, Ricky Stanley Kenneth Benner, Alton Wright, l onard Milburn Gregory Johnson, Stanford Nauls, Clyde Kevin Johnson. 209 The 1977 Varsity Baseball Team l - ii KiiM Ki.w: Caiuli MrKI»r,-. Carl..- I ' ardiir. AUr.-d Kldrr. .Iclm Halln. I)ui,al. k.-ll,-N, )■ silv Team. .IrH.TN li-Tiianl. Craif: C.IIhtI. iin..n,l.. Sala . W illiani ,|..lin-oii. W i.lf;ri J..n,--. an. ' - a I ' rrrN. K.m Im r,l,li,- Stuart. .lo ,| li l),,u,,ll,-. .|,ri,r ,Miii-.,.ii. b.m ItiTiiinv. Mikr Wou.lanl. C.ac h KMnilj:.- Small— i Varsity Baseball lives up lo its pioiiiise. it is the most talented aiid powerful team we liave ever liati. W illi all the hard hiltiiif;. fast pitehiiig;, and authoritv that vou would expeet in a fine baseball team. Ijke most of the Sterling; teams, arsit ba.seball i- practically all new. Their new coach, Eldridge Small, has an informal yet firm style of coacliinj;, that makes the team w hat it is to- day. With the slow start that Sterling; sports had in the beginning of the year. Varsity Baseliall had the responsibility for a greai finish. .litUn Hrrnaril Ki( liani l?..l.«ai. Craif; i;..I1hti 211 Ml, li.i. ' l W I.M.I l.l.ln. Ii i,i.ill— ..IMIN I....I : j l(rr,l Klclrr— Tra " The J. V. Baseball Team Caiidi 1( Kk. 212 KirsI R.m: J„hnn W iIIi.um-. kiik -.l. .nv I ' .M,,. k i ...,|„ ,. W „|j;,., ,|„i,.-. K.,» |«,,; K. i,v n|,,,„. ( |,||,„, s.„„|, , ,. u,,, ( Juslii r, C.raip F-dglry. .Ia nun;;, Kimald (;il)s( ii, Koliiii lirooks. Row Thrrc: Coarli Hoolicr — J. . CJmih, l driilra Jackson, I ' icre ( ' .aiiipbrll. James Woixlard, Craif; Johnson. Todd ( il S( n. Clifton Jackson. jfx[vr Aiiloinc. Marcoo Mon- ti-alcgrc. f 1 1 . c - v, Raiders on the Move 213 Sports Sweethearts Top: Baskcll)ull Swe. ' lhcart, C rla Douglas Hollom: Klizabcili Walsoti. Baseball Sw.-.lh.art To() Rif;hl: Koolball Swrethcarl. Janiif Walkir Bolliiin Rij. ' lii: Track Swcclht-arU I.ilv (UAuri 214 KT :i :-:?ST5SBW!5r»s«8li tm M. i . — - " ■ aBBBi— — I ERMAN A BARNETT ATHLETIC STA Barnt-lt Sladium is llii- new Iidmii- Uh cmr Slerling Raiders. Our firsl year in llu- niDilern stadium wasn ' t the best but next year pro- mises lo be a fjood one. In the field house, our basketball team dazzled the minds ol other teams be ause ol their running game. Our trark team has always Hashed down the rac- ing strip to bring several awards to our sihool. Baseball is expected to bring a win- ning season on the Barnelt Diamond. Our athletic program consists malnlv of juniors and sophomores. So next year, when Slirling kicks off against Kashmere. our Raiders will be read lo figlit ibeir wav into llicir second season at Barnelt Stadium. Barnett Stadium Faculty Editor Donna Marie Mouton Walter Jones Mr. Walter Jones has lieen the Principal of Sterhng since the spring of 1971. His special intere: t is the success of Sterling ' s student body. He graduated from the University of Houston and lias a Masters in Kducatioii. He was for- merly a coach before becoming an administrator, and wa 19.59 " Coach ol the ear m the H. I. S. I). 218 Mr. Clovis Johnson In August of 1972, Sterling received Mr. Clovis E. Johnson as Mr. Jones, new Assistant. Mr. Johnson is a gradu- ate of Texas Southern Universitv with the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Masters in Education. He graduated from Booker T. Washington Senior High School in 1960. He is a member of various community organizations and activities, including the Optimist Club of South Park. Mrs. Dorthy Cortemeglia Mrs. Dorthy Cortemeglia is our Assistant Principal in charge of girls. Mrs. Cortemeglia is a graduate of both Sam Houston State University and the University of Houston, holding a Bachelor of Science degree and a Masters in Education. She was origi- nally a counselor at Sterling before becoming Assistant Principal in 1966. Prior to coming to Sterling, she was also a counselor and science teacher at Cullen Junior High School. Her spare- time hobbies include hunting, fishing, traveling to places like Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, and raising Black Angus cat- tle on her farm in Crockett. 219 Office Dept. K. a. M.Uiir.n. CouMxIi.i lo ill.- Sii|illoiiliirr al Sill lill . Sllr .ill.iHlril Ih.iI, lkiiii|,l..iiaii.l Tia.i- S.mlliiiii I iiiM-i-iu. li. luiim- DaulriM-. C.uii . ' l I., ihr .|iiiuoi al Sli-rlin . lie mm lia his la ln Dr ivt- siiu r allcndiMi; Im.iIi WiliA and I ' rairii- Vi.» «,M C.II.-.-s. ls. Sur Krlllloll, (:,,ull-.l,,l 1.. 111.- S.-ni..rs. ir|ila. 111 lr. liran.l-l.-l- trral Sli-rliiij;. Sin- ratliKil.-il Ii. mi Sam lliiuslon Stall- LniMi-ilN. li. (;iai.-n,,- (.. lall.-l. i..uM-.-l..r III riiiil iiaimr . Ill ' railuali ' .l rriMii Siullirrn University in i iui- siana. This is his first hi-rc at Strr- lin . Ms. Julia (Jrip-is, her fifth .ar al Sli-rlinf;. Mr. June ' s Sentlan al Sl.-rliii . Ms. - ,lina S.-aiiiaii. .1 l,„„r- Ki- nam-ial C.li-ik. ihinl .-ar al Sl.-r- linp ami lailual.-.l Imm UaNl.ir LnivtTsil . Ms. Norman Vialson, eif;ht years, and (!iim|)uter (;ierk and tliiun- sel.ir ' s Clerk al Sterling. Ms. Dura W illiams. Clerk al Sl.-r- lin;; for 7 ears. she all. -nil. -il Johnson Business (Aillege. Ms. Rul.se I. Williams, a Clerk at Slerlini; tor 1 1 2 years. She atten- ded Texas .Southern Univ. and is majored in Business F.dueation. I-. Hulli 1. I rai . an altendanee I l.-rk al Slerliiif; fur three years. shi- :railuated al Sophie Newi-onih College of TulaneLniv. Ms. (iloria Kranklin. ssnt. Librarian, worked al Sterling for seven years, she has atlendeil Prairie ' ie « with a B.S. degree in M I niyersity. also Sam Houston Slate Lniversity. Ms. Kster Jones, head IJlirarian. she has been here for six years anil attended Southern Lniv. and the Universilv of Texas. 220 Office Cont. (n Dillaril Inixci-iU. willi a B.S. iIi-;;ti ' i ' in ui inf;. She has been VMirkiiigal Slcrliiij; lor seven years, She has ihine some graduate work in Healtli Kducation. And she is presently doing graduate work in ( " -ounselinp and (iuidanee. Mr. Delherl (Jardner. graduated troni Texas Southern University, with a H. . degree in I ' svehoiogy. He has heen at Sterling i ' or 1 1 2 years, and has majored in I ' uhlie Administration. Ms. Billye J. Douglas, graduated Irom Prairie View A M Univ., with a B. A. degree in Spanish and ininored in ! hvsieal Eil. Ms. La Juan " Wanda " Morgan, graduated from Stephen K. Austin State Univ., with a B.S. degree and she majore l in I ' hysieal Kduca- tion. Ms. Evei Tundin, has graduated Ironi Lniversity of Arizona, B.S. in ooliigv. She has been working at Sterling for two years. Ms. Ruth G. Leake, graduated from American Business Institute. She has been at Sterling for five years. She is a Secretary and Clerk for the Magnet School. 221 Math Dept. Ms. Colli. -lia li-aiH.i, J inalli l.-a ln-i vitli a lasl -is l)rf;ir.-. Iin subjects laufilil arc iiialli . |i-s- al Slciliii;; liir Icn cais. li. Cliarl. ' s McDi.iimifili. firadii- .ilcl liniii Sam Houston Slalc I iii .. vMlli a lt.S. ,1,-rcc. Iliis IS Ins lliini M-ai al Sidling;. Mr. Charles W. Kcis,,. a iiialh Icachcr with a Bacli.-I ,r ol rls Dcun-c. lliis is liis null v. ' ur licrc al Slcrllii " . Mrs. Maij;M- ,1. Lan;;. a dc -n-c in B.S. and M..S.. slic inajiircd In iiialli, Pliysicai and I ' sycholugy. Ms. Marjoric l„ Taylor, Degrees in l!..S., M.S., she majored in math aiul-chcmi.slry, she taught at Ster- ling lor live years. Ms. Josic T. Darjean, has a B.S. and M.K.I)., she has niajorcd in inalhcinatics. Ms. Martha Butler, graduated from Prairie View A M Univ., with a B.S. and M.S. degree. This is her seventh year at Sterling and she majored in Mathematics. 222 Social Science Ml. William l (.ill, l.-aclic-. in AiiK-iican llistu- r- . I ' ll is will be his twelllh year al Sterling. His liiililiies are traveling and rooking. He has a B.S. M.A. degree. He also leaehes ( ovemmenL Ms. Sue Keiiiioii, giadiialed Iniin University ol Sam lloustun Stale University, she also leaehes in Historv and Government. Ms. Jo Anna Taylor, [iresently she is tea hing Eeononiies and (iovernment. She has taught Police Administration, World History, and American Histon. Mr. Larry Cooper, taught VXorld History, Anierii an History, Police Ad- ministration. He graduated from I Sl and Prairie View and; second year al Sterling. Mr. William Mclnlyi ' e, graduate from Texas (College with a B.S. — Social Science, this is his first year al Ster- ling and he majored in Education. Mr. C J. LeavitI, graduated from East Texas State University, this is his llrst year at Sterling, with a B.S. Degree in History and P.E. Mr. John Jorden, has a degree in B.S., and M.Ed. He majored in History, Government and Economics. 223 English Dept. Ms. Jurt ' ii is going over some work, in her lesson plans with Ms. I aprclle. It seems as though Ms. Juren is tr ing to decide with her whether she should have her class do the project this week or next weeL Ms. Elizabeth Lay, English teacher who reteiveil her Masters degree from Sam Houston Stale Univer- sity, interested in reading and sew- ing. Mr. Joseph E. Lewis, received a B.A. and M.Ed., he majored in English and history. Ms. Joanne Juren, graduate of L. of H.. has a degree in B.A., English and M.Ed. Administration, she has been here at Sterling for three years and majored in English. History, and . d ministration. Ms. Jeannie Kolb, a graduate of L. of Texas and has a degree in Bachelor of Art.s, this is her second year here at Sterling and she ma- jored in English. Ms. Beverly Ellis, she graduated from Rice U., degree in B.A. and majored in Pre-Med and now Ls an English teacher. Ms. Melaine Blalock, a graduate of Sam Houston State Lniversitv, with a degree in MA., this is her fourth year here at Sterling and she majored in English. 224 M . I ' ortia Milrliell, grailualfcl troni Prairie View A M University, she majored in English and Drama, this is her third year at Sti-rhn ;. Mr. Bill MrCluskev. graduated Irom the L. i.l H.. has a B.A, and 1.KI). def;re -. he majured in Knglish. Ms. Bennie Nipper, received a Masters from University of Texas, she teaches in Drama. Ms. Doris Sias, graduated from Texas Southern University, with a B.S. degree. This is her first year at Sterling and she has majored in English, Speech Education. Ms. Sandra Everett, graduated from West Texas State, a degree in B.A. — English and Speech Education, and ma- joretl in English and Speech. If ou won ' t speak to me I won ' t speak to ou. This has really been a had day tor us. I feel like dancing. 225 Science Dept. lOI HI(;ilT: lr. Wauii- l.imlsi ' ),. gradualril from Sl(i)lu-n K. usliii Lnivirsily. has a US. lff;ri-e, his hol)h is Alhlclics. and lie ma- jori-d in Hioliifiv and l ' livsi( al Kdmation. Ms. Lilhf Carswell, has a Maslirs dfgrt-t- and pradualfd from Texas Southi-rn Univ. She is now workin}; al H.I.S.T. Mr. Kenneth S. Lyie, graduated from U. of Oklahoma, and U. of Tulsa, a degree in B.S. Education and he majored in Science Education. Ms. Jackie [Sarton. graduate of Mid- western University. Her special interest is people and cooking, her major was Science. Mr. Austin [Jauer, graduated from L. of Texas, received a B.A. in Biologv. Mr. Willie A. Stewart, has a B.S. from Prairie iew M University, hi.s major is Biology, and he is presently teaching ihemistry and hiologv. Mr. Alton [)acus, graduate of Prairie View A M U.. with a d.-gree in B.S— Voca- tional Agriculture and M.S. — Guidamr and Counseling, this Ls his first year al Sterling. 226 LEFT: Mrs. I). G. Bennett, graduate of Texas Siiulhern Lniv.. with a B.A. degree, she ma- jored in s()eiol()g and Spanish, her minor is psvehiilog and French and she has heen here at Sterling lor two years. Ms. Laprelle, graduate of L. of Texas — Austin, she has a degree in B.A. in French and English, this is her first year at Sterling. Ms. Mars illanueva, graduate of U.ofH., with a degree in B.A., this is her second year at Sterling, she majored in Spanish. Ms. Elsie Finley, she has a Degree in RS. and M.E.D., and this is her first year here at Sterling. Mr. jack Whitley, graduated from University of Houston with a Social Arts degree. This is his second year at Sterling. He has majored in Fire Administration. Ms. Dorothy M. Hillis, graduate of NevadaNeno, with a RS., M.ED., (his is her first year at Sterling and she has majored in English Language, Arts, Math, and Special Education. 227 Art Dept. Mr. Ml Maslir reading and ard traclur, {iraduali- icii Hi hland . Mr. l.rc Dra Ti ' ailur, iiiaji art. His dfj;n-fs w and M.t.l). and hi hii ' s arc music and art. Ms. Shanm Scclinfi. major Art Kducali.in. hiilil ii ' - l ' lw.l.it;raiilu. Cralls. aiul slviin " . Ind. Art Mr. Clarcnic Mcintosh, firadualc from T.S.L..«ith a B.S. degree. He lias hceri at Slerhnf; tor three years and majored in hid. Arts an Dralting. Mr. ( ' .hfliin Jackson majored in In- dustrial rts, hohhies are making luniiture and playing liaskell a Hi- attended Prairie View. Mr. Odell Smith. gra luate Irom I ' rairie View A M. He has been at Sterling for nine year» ami majorei I ndustr iai Kduiation. Ms. Margaret Hollie. gradu- ate of Texas Southern Univ.. with a degree in B.B.A. and B.S. This is her third year here at Slerhng. and she is majored in Busi- ness Education. Ms. Dorothy A. Nix. gradu- ate of Xavier University and Texas Southern Univ.. she has a degree in B.S. and M.S. of Bu irie -. Kduiation and this is her sixth year at Sterhng and she is majored in Voeational Office Educa- tion Coi rdinator. Ms. Peggy R. Boney, gradu- ate of Prairie View A M, she has a B.S., M.A. degree and she is majored in Busi- ness Education. Mr. Donald Kelly, graduate of U. of H. and T.S.U., with a degree in M.ED. He is majored in Vocational Supervision and Adminis- tration and this is his sixth year at Sterling. Ms. .leannette . Lloyd, gra- duate of Columbia Univ. with a degree in M.A. She is majored in Science and this is her first year at Sterling. Mr. Blair explains a project in his craft ' s class. 229 p. E. Dept. Cont.: ( Inrl D. ' lo.irl.. allrlHl. ' .l iiuiin -..liouls ,„ ||„ ' iiavN. iiicludint; Irish iiiliiin- ainl lauglu lililan sulijcc is l.,i scvfii M ' ars. Mr lias ln-rn al St.M-|iiij;liirsi v.ais. aiulal Sli-rliiif; hr is iiisimc l.n in N ' lKOTC. KaiKitilil: Nil. l)iaf;.M,l„l|,s a siu.lrni »iil, Ills ail |M.,|.rl. li. Ililrliinan, jiiadualr ol Houston Baptist, willi a ilegrt-e in B.A. He is ma- jort ' cl in H. B. U. in Histoid and English. This is his first year at Stt-rhng and he is iurrently attending U. of H. tor a ccrlifiralion in D.K. Mr. lioMiy .1. Dorsey, graduate of I . ol Houston, has degrees of B.S. and M.KI). and he majored in Physical Kducalion. 230 p. E. Dept. Ms. Mamif Younghlowl. hob- hies are fishing and mushroom growing. Special interest is Physiial Education. Graduate of U. of Houston. Ms. Barbara Chonko. graduate of [?aylor Univ.. with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Ed., this is her second year at Sterling and she teaches P.E., Health, and Drill Team. Mr. Enimitt Small, graduated from Texas A l Univ. This is his first year at Sterling. He has a degree in Industrial Arts Education. He has majored in Phvsical Education. Mr. William W. Turney, gradu- ated from Kke Universitv with a B.S. and M.E.D. degree, his major is Physical Ed. Mr. William Booher, graduated from Lane College with a B.S. and an M.S.-T.S.U. degree, and his major is biology and physi- cal education. Mr. Edward Robinson, gradu- ate of San Jacinto Junior Col- lege l mar University he has been tea( hing at Sterling for 3 years. He got his degree of Bachelor of Science. He ma- jored in Physical Education. Ms. Hallie Briggs, gra- duated from Texas Southern Univ. with a B.S. degree in Physi al Education and she went to Compton College with an A. A. Degree. She has majored in Physical Education and she has been at Sterling lor seven years. 231 Homemaking Dept. lOr KICHT: Ms. Linda K. Uuixlapc. graduati ' ol I ' rairir ii- 1 Inivi-rsilN. «illi a H.S.— D.-r.T Hon Ki onomio and M.S. Dcfiicr (Uiidan.-,- C.u -rUrvj. sl„- rnajcivd In li..in ■..iioniirv and L ' l (lam I- and rounsilin " Ms. l avav Whillock, graduate dI Tfxas SnulhiTn Lnivfrsil . willi a U.S.. M.A. dcgrt-r. she ! niajor.-d in Ilimii ' F.conomics and wurki ' d al Slfrlin;: tor six years. Ms. .Susie ( " oward, graduate tnifn L. i l Houston, degrees in B.S. and Home Economies Kducalion — Voe., she majored in (ilotliing. Koods. and Nutrition. Ms. Vi ioha Wilkinson, with a B.S. in Home Keonomics and M.ED., she is a graduate of I niversity of Texas and Sam Houston Lniver- sily, she has heen teaching here at Slrrhng ti r lour years. l -. Kihel (). Kennard. graduate ol I ' rairie View A M, Texas Southern, and U. of H. at Clear l ke. She taught at Sterling for lour years, in voeal musie, Mr. Don I hiig. gradual. ' of St. Man ' s Iniyersilv— B.S.. Wright jr. (!ollege. Chicago Musical, and Sam Houston State Lniversity. his joli al Sterling is leaching instru- mi ' nlal musie — Ensemhies. I)an l. and individual instruments. He has heen leaching al Sterling for four years. 232 K . 233 Index Editor: Sheila Evans ASTRO LARY ' S AMC JEEP FLORIST C;. J. Joiu-s — Represenlalive 7725 Belliort 1();303 Katy Freeway BLUE MOON HOUSE OF LEISURE Annie I.ec Taylor 10706 Cullen Ulvd. Houston, Texas V.U WrrA K.I. 5 1 liiii tiiii. Texas 236 Andre Caraway Invites His IVIiuiy Kriends To The ' BELLFORT AND SOUTH WAYSIDE AUTO SUPPLY Another I ' ettigrew — Smith Store 6101 Bellfort Phone 733-2060 Compliments of BANK OF NORTH AMERICA 6056 Bellfort Blvd. Houston, Texas 77023 Member of FDIC HOUSTON ' S FINEST WILD HONEY TK PRODUCTION MARLIN RECORDS CO. 495 S. K. lOih Cc.uit Hialeah HOUSTON (INC) RECORDS JEFFERSON INC. 211 H.illv Hall Suite 2466 Houslun, Texas 77051 748-0859 240 J. L. 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I.Kh: l)KA(;()() EDITOR-IN-CHIEF KIM H( )!.!.( )VVAV EDITOR-IN-CHIEF I?K ClIAKLKS BUSINESS MANAGER JEANETTE WILLIAMS SENIOR CLASS EDITOR PAMELA COCKRELL SENIOR CLASS EDITOR CARI DOUGLAS 247 JUNIOR CLASS EDITOR .1 A.MCE JONES SOPHOMORE CLASS EDITOR HONORS-ACTIVITIES EDITOR SHAREE COPELAND DOM TA M WES ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR TAMNl II WES ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR CAROIAN IKH(;LS() FACULTY EDITOR DONNA MOUTON 248 ADS AND INDEX EDITOR SHEILA FA ANS SPORTS EDITOR CHESTKR I)KT1E(;E SPORTS EDITOR K-WDALE MLHPin SPORTS EDITOR MIKE FAIN SECRETARY LORETTA CRAWFORD - l HEAD PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID DUNN 249 PHOTOGRArHtU DON IUKI51KK PHOTOGRAPHER BOBBY JKFKKKSOX PHOTOGRAPHER THOMAS COLKMAN H i -- ' - PHOTOGRAPHER BOSS VI AKLOVVt: PHOTOGRAPHER DON MOBBISON PHOTO(,RAPHER l) KM. IKl{(;i SON 250 PHOTOGRAPHER JAMES BAIIi:V PHOTOGRAPHER STEVE MADDOX ASST. EDITOR BETTY DAVIS APPRENTICE GAILYN BROWN APPRENTICE RHONDA HENDERSON 251 252 Expressions 233 KacultN and Stal ' Harton. Jarkit- 226 Hau.T. ustin 226 Hrniu-tt. I)fl()rfs227 Blalock. Mclanic 224 B..n.-v. W-n 229 Booh.T. W illiani 2.S1 Iki-jrs. Hallie2Sl liimdai:.-. l.inda 232 Hiillrr. Martha 222 Chonko. Barbara 23 1 (loopor. Larrv 223 ( orlfiiiffilia. Dorlhy 219 Coward. Susie 232 Dacus. Alton 226 Darjean. Junius Dautrive. Junius 220 DfLoa.h. John 230 Dorsfv. Bohh 230 Douiilas. Billve221 Drapoo. I.ee 228 Ellis, Beverley 224 Everett. Sandy 225 Kinley. Elsie 227 Franklin. Gloria 220 Gardner. Delbert 221 GrijifT. Julia 220 Hillis. Dorothy Hollie. Marjiaret 229 Hitchman. Cal 230 Jackson. Clifton 228 Jackson. Hazeline Johnson. Charles 229 Johnson. Clovis 219 Jones. Artie 221 Jones. Ester 220 Jones. Bettv Jones. Waller 218 Jorilan. John 223 Juren. Jo Ann 224 Keenan, N. R. Kellev. Donald 229 Keenon. Sue 220 Kelso. Charles 222 kennard. Ethel 232 Kolh. Jeanie 224 Ixing. Jeannette 222 UPrell.-. Lu 227 Un. Elizabeth 224 i.eavitt, Chris 223 h-ak. Ruth 220 l ewis, Joe 224 Lindsey. Wayne 226 Lloyd, Jeannette 229 256 E le. Kenneth 226 NJallett, Clar.-nce 220 M(l)onough. Charles 222 M.Cluskey. Bill 225 Mcintosh. Clarence 228 Mclnlvre, William 223 M (;ili. Bill 223 Mc( ueen. Naomi 220 Meanor, Cordelia 222 Mitchell. Portia 225 Mor ;an. Sanda 221 Nipper. Beiinie 225 Nix. Dorothv 229 Pollard. Martha Robinson, Edward 231 Seaman, Adina 220 Seeliji. Sharon 228 Sias. Doris 225 Smith. Odell 228 Stewart. Willie 226 Tavlor. Jo Anna 223 Tavlor. Margie 222 Tracev, Ruth 220 Tumlin. Eve Turney. William 231 Watson. Norma 220 Uhlig. Donald 232 Villanueva. Mar 227 Whitlock. Lavav 232 Wilkins. Babe Wilkinson, Winona 232 Williams, Dora 220 Williams. Rubve 220 Youngblood. Mamie 231 " Students " Aaron. Sharon 27 Abernathy. Clytle 27 Achane, Darrel 27 Acker, Ronnie Acres, David Acres, Ruth 59 Adams, Calvin 59 Adams. Maurice Adams, Rita 59 Adams, Stephanie 27 Adams, Veronica 76 Adams, Yolanda 76 Addison, Dorothy 76 Vgostini, Toni 27 Alexander. Gail 27 Alexander. Tanva 27 Allord. E.lith 76 Mired. Sh landra 76 Ml. 11. C.-.ile MI.M. Debra Allen. Theresa 27 Allen. Wilson 59 Mspaugh. M. 1). 27 nders. Jennifer 76 Anderson, Beltye 27 Anderson, lieverley 59 Anderson. Donna 27 Anilerson, Kredick 59 Anderson. Jerry 76 Anderson. Jessie 27 Anderson. I. evil Anderson. Lionel Anderson, l ois 76 Anderson. Sammie Anderson. Shern 76 Anderson, Shirley Anderson. eronica 59 Anthons. Cynthia 76 Anioine. Deidre 59 Antoine. (iary Antoine. Lester 59 Arceneaux. Daniel 76 Arceneaux. Shapper 109 Ardoin. Slnrldine 28 Arjro. Earn Arkadie. Agatha 59 Arnold. NhiP. 76 Asln. Elizabeth 28 August. Joseph 76 Auti-y. Reginald 76 Aulrv. Norman A arzagoita. Monica 76 •B " Babin. Marcia 76 Babineaux. Tommy 76 I5abineaux. icki 59 Bagbv. Christophe Bailey. Anaslasia 76 Bailey, Deborah Bailey, l e Bailey, James liiiines, Karen 59 Baker, Melinda 76 Baker. Sherron 59 Ballard. Clheryl .59 Banda. Janie 59 Bankett. Mona 76 Banketl. Trich.TNl 28 Banks. Melvin 28 Barahiii. Kohrri 76 Barahin. von nc 28 [kiajas. A I 76 Barber, jacquflinc ri ' ) Barlin-. Kf in 76 Barl)i.T. I)..n 2H Baif ' ield. Tliaroii 77 Barn. ' tl. Clu-nl 28 Banvti. Dfiiisr 28 Barrrll. (;ifn(la 59 Ikriett, .lacqueliiif Bales, Michael 28 Batiste, Debra 77 Batts, Kanetta 77 Batts. Kaiiiona 28 Baye. David 59 Bener. Kenneth Benfonl. Ola 28 Bell, Michael 59 Belt. Cynthia 77 Benjamin. Trove 59 Beinanl, Sharon 77 Bernard. .|elfer 28 Berrier. Darlene 77 Bessard, Kelecia Bi-sby, Gerald 28 Bifisby, Sandra 69 liillings, Geri Binkley, l av )ii 77 Biser, Debra 77 Black, Fred 77 Black, Richard Blair, (;e()rge 69 Blair. Franklin 60 Blake, Daniel 60 Blake, Kern 28 Blakelv. Anthonv 28 Bledsoe. Audrey ' 60 Block, Steve Bluet, Couttee 77 Boehni, John 77 Boehm, Michael 28 Bonds, Jatnes Bonner, Carlton 77 Bonner, Charles Booker, Alan 60 Booker, Roland 60 Borski, l ' hilli|. ( () Borski, Thomas 77 Bowman, Carlos 77 Boxley, Haywood 77 Boyd, Greporv Bradshaw, Angel 77 Brady, Sharon Branch, Erroll 77 Briggs, Octavia 77 Britton. Carol 60 Britton. Harold 77 Brown. ClifTord 29 Brown. Donita Brown. Briilgitt 77 Brown. Deborah Brown. Delphine 60 Brown. Emerson 29 Brown. Gailvn 77 Brown. Howard 77 Brown, .lames 77 Brown, jewel 77 Brown. Kirbv 60 Brown. Lazarvs Brown. Linda 60 Brown, i ' atty 29 Brown. Sandra Brown, Sheryl 29 Brown. Toney 77 Brown. Willie 77 Brooks. David Brooks. Fleton Brooks, Robin Broussard, Jackie 77 Broussard. Richie 60 Br ant. Anthony 77 Bi-yant. Paulette 29 Burks, Eretta Burleson, Mark 29 Butcher, Syvester 77 Butler, Aaron 29 Butler, .lackie 77 Butler, Rodney 29 Butcher, Theresa Bvas. Tim my Byrd, Cheryl 60 Bvrd, Russel Cahee, Gerald 60 Calhoun, Carla 29 Calhoun. Yvonne Campbell, Anita 60 Campbell, Arthur Campbell. Patricia 29 Campbell. Pierre 60 Cantu. Freddie 60 Caporicti, Stella 29 Carmen, Roland 77 Carrier, Clifford 29 Carter, Eva Casanova, Rodney Cassel, Craie 77 Catalon. Mar Catchings. Michelle 77 Cena. Mary Chambers, Anilrew Chandler, Charles 29 Chenier, Alvin Charles, Abra 29 Charles, Brenda 77 Chmiel, Debbie 77 Claunch. Donna 30 Clavton, Jovce 78 Cockrell, Pam .SO Cockrell. William 78 Cole, Deborah M) Cole, ,|oann 78 Cole, Patrice Coleman, Kenneth 30 Coleman, C. A. 60 Colletl, Steve 78 Collins, Aaron 78 Collins. Sabrina 30 Collum, Darnl 30 Colvin, Gwentlolvn 78 Cooper, Jocbe Cooper, Xavier. 78 Cornish, Brenda Corlez. Michael Cossel. Karl Cossey, Rick Cousin, Stephern 78 Craige, Anthoin 78 Crawford, Al in Crawford, Eoretta 30 Cravton, Willard Cross, Cheryl 78 Crow, ,|eff Crow. Regiiia Culpepper, Bvron 78 Currv, Calvin Curry, Darrel 30 Cushman, Al 30 " D " Dacus. Bridgette 78 Darden, Loretta 30 Darden, Rodney 78 Davenport, Herbert 78 Davidson, Arthur 30 Davidson, Devora 78 Davis, Beverly 30 Davis, Betty Davis, Charles Davis, Ervin Davis, Karen 30 257 Oavis. I anci- Davis. Man Davis. Kaiulv M) DcBosf. Willi.- 7H Dennis. Marlvn HO Diaz. Davi.l 78 Di.krx. C.hcnl .SO Domrs. Hiidfii-tl.- 78 Domes. Chailos. ' ttia HO Domes. Karl HI Dorsey, Julia 78 Dotson, Alheit Doucelle, Joseph HI Doujilas. Caria HI l) )Uf, ' las. Chen I HI Douiilas. J.). ' Dugar. Patricia Hi Dukes, (larrie Dutihar. Aiiila Duncan. David Duncan. Lisa HI Duninon. Tliclnia H 1 Dunn. David Dove. Hepinalil Drew. Melvin ( l Eaves, Tommv Eddins. Tilford HI Edfliey. Crai-; 79 Edwards. C herNl Elder. Alfred HI Elder. Judv Elliot. J udv HI Ellis. Tammy Escalanlc. lAiid i Esparza. i inamlci (i I Evans. (Iharlolli ' ()l Evans. Slieila H I Everest, Jud 79 •E " Eain. Michael HI EeEie. Tamm ' ■ ' 1 Eelder. Eus;ene HI l-Vl.ler. Miihelle HI herjiuson. Carolyn HI Eerfiuson. Dan, I HI Eerpuson. Donna b Eerguson. Eddie 61 Eisher. Dwifiht 61 Eleining. Rhonda 61 Flemmiiifi. illiam 258 Elons. mv H2 l-ul.l.-. Samuel -.VI l-olllruot. Min ()l I-,, id. CaroKii :V2 I ' .ikI. (HVti.MX 61 lu-ter. Cathx Foster, (iloria 61 Foster. Mar H2 I ' (iw ler. Juanita H2 luN. K..nald Francis, lirigeda Francis. Gerald 61 Francis. Harvey Francis. Honald H2 Freeman. OwendoKn H2 French. Bohhy H2 French. Kenneth Friske, Dena H2 " G " Gaines, Valli H2 (iaiuan. (ieorge Galuan. Patricia (iehauer. Ja (iehring. Nancy Gibson. Luke H2 Gilbert. Patricia H2 Ginn, Delores 32 (iipson. Alfred 61 (Gregory, Gipson 32 Gipson, Johnny Gipson. Miachel 79 Gipson, Ronald Givins, Joyce 32 Goliert, Lily 32 Goodie, Denise 33 Goodwill. Franscois Goss, Patricia 33 Grace, i ucretia 61 (irant. Alicia Gray, Richard 33 Green, Bobby 33 (Jreen, jjoiiel 33 (ireen, Ronald 33 Green. Shelley 33 (irund)le. Zelda 61 GuidaiA. Deborah 33 (iuidrN. Kenneth 33 (iuillor . G tiithia (iuilloi-y, JoAnn 80 (iuillory, John (iuillor . Stanley GuilloiA. avne •■II " Ibiilex. Kc in HO Hair. Shaion .V.; Hall. (;crald 61 Hall. l.i»urila 33 Hall. I.c,,„ (,2 llallrr. J,,l.n ( 2 Hamilton, (iassandra 33 Hamilton. Deborah 80 Hampton. Man 33 Handy. Kenneth Handy. Roy 62 llanelin ' . (Jlen llanrliiir. |{,,|,eil .VA I lariin. Kimnie . ' ' H lianna. .Judith ' .V. Hardin r. Sheila Hank. Caiid. ' l llarjiroM-. Ki innlli 80 Hargrove, i ian ' ■ ' ' ■ ' Harper. C onnie ' .V. Harris. Bettye 80 Harris. (Cassandra 80 Harris, Charlotte 62 Harris, Commodore ' .V.i Harris. Sheila 80 Harris, Vernon Harrison, jef ' f ' ery 80 Harrison, EeNiece 33 Harrison, L tielle HI- Haney, Marurol Have, Lynn Haynes, Eric 80 Haynes, Donald Hayes. Michael 80 Hayes. Leonard Hayes. Ruth 62 Hayes, Tatninx 62 Hayward, Eric 80 Hayward, Nina Haywood, Bariy 80 Haywood. Ronald 80 Hearne. Earlene H4 Hearne. J. T. ()2 lli ' arne. I.oi Hearne. Mi.hael 62 Hearne, Ste|)hanie Heath. Kenneth 62 Hei)ert. Jennil»r 80 Henderson. James 80 Hendrickson. Jay 34 Henry. Don 62 Henry. Epsteine Henr . (;.-ral(l HI Henrv, Jeanetta 34 Henrv ' , Lori 34 Henn. Madfliiir 80 Henson, [Jillv Henson, Ginpt-r 80 Henson, Nina Ht ' ibfit. Miclu-lle 34 Hifknian. Joni 80 Higgins, Karen 80 Hill, Kfvin 62 Hinton, (ivnthia 62 H()l)l)s, Duane 62 Hodgf, Cher l 62 [lodge, Sonya 62 Hodge, Victor 34 Hogan, Karl 34 Holbert, Joyce 80 Holdeman, Greg Holmes, Rosetta 34 Holley, Catherine 80 Holley, Christine 80 Hollins, David 62 Holloway, Kim 25 Holnian, Eric 34 Holnian, Richard Holt, l.ita Holt, Mary Hoddy, James Hooks, William 81 Hoover, Dehhie Hopkins, i rry 34 Hopkins, Pamela 62 Houston, Carolyn Houston, Purvis Hoyle, Edward Hoyle, Peggy 35 Hoyle, Ruhy 62 Huhhard, Chandra 62 Hubbard, (iraig Hudson, Eularia Huff, Debra Hughes, Michael 62 Humphey, Charisse Humphrey, Leonard Humphrey, Eisa 81 Humphrey, Monica 81 Hunter, Janet Hutchinson, Cynthia 35 Hypolite, Phyllis 35 r Irvin, Bernard 35 li " ving, Sonja 81 " J " Jackson, Alice 81 Jackson, Anthony 62 Jackson, Clifford 81 Jackson, Darcel 35 Jackson, Doretha Jackson, Emerson Jackson, Jacqueline 62 Jackson, I nce 35 Jackson, Jacquezlyn Jackson, LaDiedre 62 Jackson, Eeonard 62 Jackson, Maurice 62 Jackson, Michael 35 Jackson, Michael E. Jackson, Michael W. Jackson, Mildred 81 Jackson, Odis Jackson, Paula 81 Jackson, Rodney 62 Jackson, Sandra 35 Jackson, Zina 35 Jacquot, Anthony 35 James, Brenda James, Deidra 62 James, Kasandra 62 James, Linda Jarnon, Ruben 81 Jefferson, Bobbv 35 Jefferson, Francis 35 Jefferson, John 62 Jefferson, Marion Jefferson, [)annv Jelks, Miachel Jenkins, Marilvn 35 Jenkins, Marilyn Y. 35 Jenkins, Rosalyn Jernigan, Addie 62 Johnson, Anita 62 Johnson, Annette Johnson, Anthony Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Brenda 63 Johnson, Carl 35 Johnson, Cathy 81 Johnson, Charles Johnson, Charlotte 81 Johnson, Clyde 63 Johnson, Craig Johnson, Ervin Johnson, .David 81 Johnson, Eddie 63 Johnson, Elfreda 63 Johnson, Eredrick 81 Johnson, Jeffrey 63 Johnson, Jimmie Johnson, Karen 81 Johnson, Katherine 81 Johnson, Kevin 35 Johnson, Miaihel Johnson, Otis 63 Johnson, Sharon 81 Johnson, Sheila Johnson, Steve 81 Johnson, William 63 Johnson, Willie 63 Jolley, Phyllis 81 Jones, Annette 36 Jones, Burrel 63 Jones, Cedric 81 Jones, Chei-yl 63 Jones, Curbet 69 Jones, Donald 81 Jones, Dora 63 Jones, Felita 63 Jones, Glaslon 81 Jones, Henry 81 Jones, Janice 63 Jones, JoAnn 63 Jones, Larry 63 Jones, Linda 36 Jones, Margie Jones, Margaret 63 Jones, Myrle 63 Jones, Widger 81 Jones, Widney 81 Jordan, Don Jorgenson, Eunice 63 Joseph, Barbara 63 Joseph, Given Joubert, Howard Justice, Derrick " K " Kaight, Cassandra Kelley, Dorsey King, Daren 82 King, Steven 82 King, Vanette 82 Kirt, Sheryl Knowler, Anthony Kyle, Bridget 63 Kyle, Earl Kyle, Matriena Kyle, Roland Lacy, Deborah 82 259 iiiid. Taliori M .andiA. I.inda O. ' i ml . y.r ' n- (V.i •ark. C litis 64 ' aks. Jaiiicf .eaks. liolaiul x-ckltm-r. Kric 82 ..■.-. (kitlin ..T. .l,A.-,-82 .r, . krivin 82 A-r. T.-nvll 82 .(•nlsclikf. Man 82 otiard, arlic 82 Levislon. Ethel 82 Lewis, Albert ' .M Lewis, Angela 82 I ewis, Charlotte 64 l ewis. Chei- i ;-57 Lewis. Ellen 37 Lewis. Gwendolvn 82 I wis. Willaril Licckettu. Karen 37 Linilirick, Brenda 64 Lister. Terence 37 Lister, Thedral 82 Long. Michael Lovings. Edwartl 64 Lusk. Brenda 64 " M " MacMahon. Laura 37 Madison. Patricia 64 Maddox. Kathv 37 Maddox. Steve Mahonev. Sandra 82 Mainer, Chandra 82 Majors. Linda 82 Mai. in. ' . Reginald 64 hinlc . The.)tis 82 Maiui.l. ' ' ri 64 March, l.ynetl 64 Marez. Elodia Maricelli. Mike Marks. ,|ose|)h Marks. Philif) 82 Marlow. Burt Marsh. Kenneth M Marshall. Earl 64 Marshall, John Marshall. Shelia 64 Mathews. I ' atricia Martin. Enin Martin, .lessie 37 Martin. Hichard 37 260 Martin. Th.-liiia 37 Marliii. i-ra Martin. ' .. Lin. la 61 Martin. ' . Sam 83 Mass. ' v..|. . ' f.4 Mas . ' . Ki.har.l 83 Maiih.u-. Minus 83 Mallli.-u . rl.-ne .38 Matthews. Darl. ' ii. ' 38 Matthews. Itigrid 64 Matthews. Sh. ' rri 64 Matth. ' ws. Tainin 64 Mau.h. L. ' slie Maxwell. Curtis 83 Maxell. I ' hvllis 64 Mayficld. Paulcttc 38 Mayon. Rodney Mavs. Donita Mazak. Robert 83 Mazak. R.jbert J. McCant, Melvin 64 McCants. Cat In 38 McCardell, Mirian 38 McCardell. Viola 83 McCourtney. Lloyd 38 McCoy, James 64 MeCruse, Sheila 38 McCulchen. Kevin McDaniel. Cynthia McElroy, Rose 64 McElwee. Candi McGee. Debra 38 McGee. Jimmv 64 McGriff. Deborah McKinnev. Tim.jthv McKnight. Thodore McMorris. Sonia Meanor. Trudy 38 Means, Dalesia 38 Means, Terence 64 Medrano. Robert ( !• Melton, Twy la 64 Mendoza. Celestino Mercier, Sarah 38 Mctoyer, Rodney 83 Middlebr.)oks. Natalie 83 Milburns. Diane 84 Milburns. Kenneth 84 Milburns, Leonard 84 Miles. Maria 83 Miles, Terrv Miller, Cynthia 64 Mitchell.Anthony .38 Mitchell. Carolyn 38 Mit.h. ' ll. Chcnl 83 Mitch. ' ll. I).,nal,l Mit.h. ' ll. Slinlrx (,1 MiN.Mi. Ml. ha.l (.1 M.M.n. William l....lr. ugusi 64 Mm., IV. Cassan.Ira M M.Mii !■. ( lli.-.juliaii M,,Mi, ' . )iu- (.1 |,H,r. ' . Ml. ha. ' l M....r.-. T.i. " -a 38 M.,ral.-. %...•(. I Mol. ' n. l.s.lia Monlgom.-n. I .- .tI M.)ntgi)mii " . li. ' ii M..ll.%. Michell.-64 M.il.iii. ( " .larence 39 M-.tt. ' . L. ' .)nard 84 Moultrie. Karen 64 Mun.nlvn. R.inal.l 39 Murpln. Randall Murra . Michael Mun-y! William 84 Musachia. Steve Myers. Cynthia 84 •A Nance, (i.)ldie 64 Nance. Donald 39 Nation. Marlon 39 Nauls, Stanford Nauls. Steven 84 Navy. elda 39 Negron. Kim 64 Nellums. Brenda 84 Newman. Phyllis Newsomc. Oltcn 84 Newton. Pat 64 " O " Odom. Katherine 37 Og.ien. Kevin Oliver. Sheldon 64 Orise, Laura 84 Orr. V.itanda 84 Or ille. Harriet 64 Orville. Leo 40 Osbarne. Kenneth Osberrv. Sandra 84 Owens. Fern 0 M ' ns. (! nthia ■P " I ' ardue. ( " arlos Parilue, Mi lia. ' l 40 Parker, Atlolphus 84 Parker, Deborah 64 Parker, Gleiula 40 Parker. Sharon 64 Parks. Chris 65 Patche, Ha r)ioii l 65 Patterson. Feleshia Patterson. Konald 84 Payne, Michael 84 Pena, Martha Perkins, Connie 65 Perkins, Gwen 84 Perr) ' , Vanessa 65 Pete, Murphy 65 Pete, Lawrence Peterson. Marion Pettis, Michelle 65 Petty, Michael Phearse, C nlhia ()5 Phillips, Elnio Phillips, Dari l 65 Phillips, Gaiy Phillips, John 65 Phillips. Hefiinald 85 Pierre, (iwetulolyn 84 Pinson, Brenda 65 Pittman, Pier 65 Pitlman, Michael 85 Pitts, Victor 84 Plair, Stephen Portis, Luther 85 Prentis, Cynthia 85 Preston, Colleen Price, Anthony 85 Price, Henrietta 86 Punch, l rry •R " Ratcliff, Deborah Rayford, Cartncn 86 Rayme, Nornielia Reece, Vanessa 86 Reed, Ronald Reed, Sharon 86 Revis, Keith Richardson, Luckey 86 Riley, Michael Robinson, Jacqueline 41 Robles, Richard Rochford, Robert 41 Rodgers, Charles 65 Rollins, Adrianne 65 Rose, Diane Ross, Esther Rottger, Joseph Rowen, Arthur Rush. Ida 41 Saias, Armanda 41 Sallier, Letha 86 Sanders, Maurice 42 Sansom, Sheila 42 Schumann, Sharon 42 Scott, Cecelia 42 Scott, Elsie 65 Scott, Harold 65 Sears, LaDenna Sears, Willie Semands, Mar 42 Serrano, Annette 65 Sharp, Leonard Sharp, Michael 42 Shelton, Kenneth 65 Shelvin, Toinin Shepard. Bobbie 65 Shepard. Sheila 86 Shepherd. Gwendolyn Sherman, Donald Shielda, Vicki 42 Shields, Wendy 42 Shoemake, Cindy 65 Shorts, Cassandra 86 Shorter, Roderick 65 Sibley, Janice 65 Si mien, Preston 42 Simmons, Michael 65 Simpson, Laura 42 Simpson, Marcia 86 Sims, Genita 65 Singleton, Samuel 42 Sisson, Reginald 65 Slaughter, Herman 65 Smith, Beverly Smith, Broderick Smith, Carla 86 Smith, Chris 42 Smith. Christine 65 Smith, Cornelius 86 Smith, Donald Smith, Dwayne 86 Smith, Geraldine 64 Smith, Gwendolyn 42 Smith, Jacquline 86 Smith, Joey 86 Smith, Joseph 42 Smith, Karen 66 Smith, Kathv 86 Smith. Nona 66 Smith. Reginald 86 Smith. Roderick Smith. Ross 86 Spencer, Beverly Spencer. Debra 86 Spencer. Manfred 66 Spencer, V incent Spriggs, Allison 66 Slanely, Ricky 86 Stevenson, Gaye Stevenson, Vanessa Stewart, Eric 66 Stewart, Freddie 66 Stewart. Jacqueline Stoneham, Antoinette Stonum, Keith 86 Stringer, James Sumrall. Paula Sutphen. Belinda ■T " Taniel, Lusk Tasby, Shelia 43 Taylor. Alma 86 Taylor, Eddie 66 Taylor, Jeflen 66 Taylor, Joysland 86 Taylor, l isa 66 Taylor, Terah 66 Taylor, Yolanda 86 Thomas, Antonio Thomas, Gregoi ' 66 Thomas, John Thomas, Kevin 66 Thomas, Leslie Thomas, Renee 86 Thompson, Dorothy Thompson, Patricia 86 Thornton, Janet 66 Tolbert, Gina 87 Townsend. I ' amela Travis, Jeff Tse. Chun Tubbs, James Tumlin, Russell 67 Turner, Linda Turner, Phillip 87 Turner, Terrv ' 67 Tutsom, Cheryl Tyler, Debra Tyler, lister Tyler, Terr ' 67 261 " V " Venters. Bamn H- VenluT. Cl.-ve U ital. Ja.kir H7 " W " Wanek. I)..nna U Wanek. Ronald Vtalker. Bettve 87 Walker. Bonnie Walker, Doris 87 Walker. Lee Walker. Leonard 67 Walker. Linda 44 alker. Janice N alker. Jean 44 alker. 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