Tascosa High School - Las Memorias Yearbook (Amarillo, TX)
- Class of 1970
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Text from Pages 1 - 294 of the 1970 volume:
Tascosa High School
Look to this day,
For it is life,
the very life of life.
In its brief course
lie all the verities and realities
of your existence:
The glory of action,
The bliss of growth,
The splendor of beauty,
For yesterday is but a dream
and tomorrow is only a vision,
But today well lived makes
every yesterday a dreani
of happiness, and every
tomorrow a vision of hope.
Look well, therefore,
to this day.
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Look to this clay,
For it is life,
the very life of life.
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lie all the verities and realities
of your existence:
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But today well lived makes
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tomorrow a vision of hope.
Look well, therefore,
to this day.
16 STUDENT LIFE
Autumn brings Navy,
key punching course
September once more brings the turning leaves
of autumn. Sophomores are getting lost in the halls
while the seniors register for their twelfth and last
time. Since new fall fashions are showing up in the
classrooms, "Miss Willie" feels that it is time to make
her annual talk to the girls about the proper school
attire. Autumn begins as cherished sun tans fade. First-
of-school romances either make it or break it as boys
and girls meet each other when
school starts. At the first pep rally, September
Vance Esler and Margaret Groom are crowned with
cowboy hats as Mr. and Miss Howdy to symbolize the
friendly Tascosa spirit. New students are just a little
bit awed with the 2300 plus enrollment. Eleven Merit
Scholarship Semifinalists-Carolyn Autry, Jane Bur-
rus, Les Cundiff, Scott Denko, Gale Henslee, Corinne
Irwin, David Kelly, Adair Melinsky, Rhonda Muir, Mar-
tin Nussbaum and Barry Shulkin-honor Tascosa. Auto-
mation has taken over Tascosa with the addition of a
Data Processing annex while the new Navy ROTC
troops march across the tennis courts. Sophomores
become part of the Student Council as new representa-
tives are selected. New presidents, and, at times, new
sponsors, attempt to reorganize clubs after a summer
of dormant activity. Rebel flags and stickers are sold
again to announce students' school allegiance. Foot-
ball season brings plenty of spirit, but few victories.
AMARILLO HIGH STUDENTS Nancy Everitt
CHEERLEADERS RANDY HOUSE and Steve Sterquell add unusual
entertainment to a Friday morning pep rally with their antics.
and Diana Wall punch tapes in the new
data processing course. Only Tascosa of-
fered the course, making it necessary for
students from AHS, Palo Duro and Caprock
to come to Rebeland each day.
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REBEL COACHES KENNETH Brinkley, Bob
Howington, Doyle Weldon, James Kauffman,
Jimmy Janes and assistant principal Lewis
Martin end summer activities with a Booster
Club picnic by barbequeing beef. The
Booster Club is for any interested person
who is a Rebel supporter.
SENIOR JOE MORRIS "thumps" Mike Isley, a sophomore, with his
new Senior ring. Thumping is the favorite way Seniors have of
keeping in line.
SOME THINGS NEVER change, and students found that the traf-
fic congestion in the southeast corner of the commons was still
the same. With ramps converging from three different wings, the
corner turned into a mass of humanity during class change.
STUDENT LIFE 17
WORKING BEHIND THE scenes, Chuck
Smith and Joe Mudrock operate the spot-
light at Friday pep rallies to add high-
lights to cheers.
NEW UNIFORMS NEED adjusting as the troops try them on
for size. The NROTC unit is an addition at THS this year.
FALLEN LEAVES CRACKLE under the feet of juniors Mike
Pena and Linda Duke as they survey autumn's toll.
18 STUDENT LIFE
Snurd's crowd urges
"The Great Pumpkin's" day is drawing near and
the whole month of October is filled with excitement.
New students are now Rebels as they become an im-
portant part of Tascosa. Seymour Snurd, Otis Frump,
and Frank and Jesse James keep on coming back with
their announcements of interest urging everyone to
support the football team. The twelfth Miss Southern
Belle-Tara Loewenstern-is elected
October along with the class officers. Annuals
go on sale. Sophohmores still get lost in the corridors,
but not quite as often. Football season is almost over
and a great basketball year is anticipated. Naval Fte-
serve Officers Training Corps boys proudly wear their
new uniforms. Seniors are already faced with the "col-
lege of their choice" as the various representatives
visit the campus. Juniors are examined with the lowa
tests. The year's first Viet Nam War moratorium is held.
ILLUSTRATING THE METHOD of voting to sophomores, seniors
Paula Patton and Walter Cramer show how it is operated. This was
the third year the voting machines have been used in class elec-
tions. Potter County loans the machines to all four high schools.
STUDENT LIFE 19
First Girlstown drive
aids Kissin' Kousins
Novemberls blowing winds bring a reminder of
autumn as the weather turns chilly. The Rebel band
marches to a I Division rating at contest. James Slagle
and Jerry Light present Regina Tackett as THSI first
football queen at the Cheerleaders' Dance. As football
comes to a close, wrestling and basketball strive to
make their marks. Euphoria pro-
Novernber vides entertainment for pay as-
sembly to raise money for Girlstown. Tootsie Roll Pops
are also a 'flavorite' way of revenue for the first drive
for Girlstown. Miss Southern Belle, Tara Loewenstern,
is presented to parents on Back-to-School Night dur-
ing American Education Week. Besides hosting the
first Annual Boy's Ranch Banquet, the Student Council
is busy preparing for the Student Council District Con-
vention to be at Tascosa. Tascosa cowboys lasso more
points at their own rodeo. Jay Jones and Ronda Muir
reflect the quality of teachers at Tascosa as they are
chosen Mr. and Miss FTA of the district.
REHEARSALS ARE ALWAYS tiring but well worth their efforts.
Mark Camp pleads with the Queen, Clare Sharman, in 'Once Upon
a Mattress. The cast rehearsed before and after school.
REBEL BAND MEMBERS once more march f-i..'..Mf5:f.1.
to victory as they earn a I rating at contest. ie-was
The band, directed by William Porter, per- fx,
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20 STUDENT LIFE
MEGAPHONES ARE SELDOM seen from
the field point of view. An unidentified
Wrangler borrowed a cheerleader's mega-
phone during a November game to cheer
the Rebels to victory.
WITH BOWED HEADS and busy minds,
sophomores struggle with National Educa-
tional Development Tests. These tests are
taken in the cafeteria early in November.
STUDENT LIFE 21
PART OF THE fun of the Crystal Ball is decorat-
ing for it. Pebble Hill, Martin Nussbaum, and
Cindy Landers tape crepe streamers.
DR. EVERETT SAIVIPLE'S English class takes a
moment out for pleasure as it dons newspaper
party hats to celebrate the teacherls birthday.
22 STUDENT LIFE
Winter night's milieu
theme for annual Ball
December brings the first big snovv of the year
as the winter season begins. The Commons is deco-
rated by many excited hands in anticipation of Satur-
day night. The Blue and White background sets the
scene of the naming of Brad Dobervich and Valerie
Sasser as Mr. and Miss Tascosa.
The choirs sing their Christmas December
carols once more as Tascosa prepares for the holi-
days. Procrastinators stay up working on their term
reports that are due before the vacation starts. Stu-
dents are busy attending Christmas parties given by
the various THS clubs. The junior and senior girls
meet head-on in the first Powderpuff football game,
sponsored by James Kile's homeroom to raise mon-
ey. At assembly, Martin Nussbaum gives Girlstown
8424.13 and 486 cans, plus clothes and other neces-
'MERRY KISSMAS,' SAYS wrestler Danny Killough to senior Peg-
gy Leone who can't resist the temptation of the mistletoe over-
head. The mistletoe was over "Miss Willie's" door.
LINING UP FOR the start. these autos are eager to begin the
car rally sponsred by Mrs. Hathcoclds homeroom for Girls-
town. Winners were Dale Lollar and Drew Skipworth,
STUDENT LIFE 23
Snow blows in year,
first semester tests
Beginning a new decade, Tascosa students re-
turn to school in cold January 1970. Upcoming semes-
ter tests send Rebels to their books. Fifty-seven mid-
term graduates go out into the world, leaving behind
the rest of the jealous seniors. Anxious skiiers eagerly
await the last bell on Friday so they can hit the snowy
slopes. "Showboat" begins its rehear-
January sals full-time while actors desperately
try to learn their lines. New Year's resolutions go as
quickly as they come. Enthusiasm for school dwindles
as sophomores and juniors contract an undergraduate
form of "senior slump? New clothes are parading in
the halls showing that Santa supplemented many ward-
robes at Christmas. New Christmas cars are smashed
as ice-covered streets become perilous during the first
heavy snow. Three days of plucking strings helps or-
chestra students improve their playing in the orchestra
clinic. What happened to the semester break this year?
DOW KEE, RANDY Burgess, and three othercareless students look
through the "Lost and Found." Locker checks are held periodically
throughout the year and turn up the lost books that were somehow
lost at school.
CAROL DICKERSON, EMILY Kiker, and
Lee Jacobsen take advantage of the
snow and make ice cream. The snow
came during the Christmas vacation and
lasted for several weeks.
24 STUDENT LIFE
SECOND SEMESTER ALWAYS brings about changes in established schedules. Students
form long lines outside the counselors offices trying to get their schedule adjusted.
CRAIG SNOOK ANXIOUSLY cuts into the
cake specifically prepared for the basket-
ball team. Instead of the regular pep rally
against Amarillo High, the cheerleaders and
the Rebel Spirits held a party.
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26 STUDENT LIFE
Caps, gowns signify
February's Ground Hog Day brings up the ques-
tion as to whether or not there will be six more weeks
of winter. Musical rehearsals take up much time in
mornings and evenings in preparation for "Showboat."
Many clubs and organizations drill their members for
upcoming contests. A modern form of apple-polishing
occurs when teachers are told to
pick candidates for Top Ten nomina- February
tions. Dieting sweethearts break down and eat their
favorite Valentines' Day candy. Smart kids get initiated
into National Honor Society. Juniors order senior rings
and get just one step closer to their big year. Seniors
get measured for their caps and gowns, but gradua-
tion still seems like a long way off. Feb. 12, Abraham
Lincoln turns 161 years old, while George Washington
celebrates his 238th birthday on the twenty-second.
MARSH! CLARK, RUTH Ann Packard, and Karen Smith watch
Mayor J. Ernest Stroud present Bill Porter, THS orchestra director,
with a proclamation saying that Feb. 8-14 was "Tascosa High
School Orchestra Week." THS' organization is top in Texas.
SENIOR INITIATE BILL Dodgin turns on
his iight on the "T" during the National
Honor Society initiation ceremony. A
total of 121 new members were added
to the Rebels chapter of the Society.
ELAINE SHELTON MEASURES Jimmy
Sheriff to size him for a cap and gown.
STUDENT LIFE 27
Student body elects
Mr. and Miss Tascosa
Fulfilling a dream, Valerie Sasser and Brad Dober-
vich took their reigning positions as the twelfth Mr. and
Miss Tascosa at the Crystal Ball held December 13.
Master of Ceremonies David Cokendolpher an-
nounced the favorites, and, amid a tension filled audi-
torium, revealed that Miss Tascosa for the year 1969-
1970 was Miss Sasser. Following her walk to the stage,
Dobervich was announced to succeed her to the stage
where he received a crystal blue boutonniere. Miss
Sasser was presented with a bouquet of white roses.
Along with being Miss Tascosa, Miss Sasser is
also runner-up to Miss Southern Belle, president of the
French Club, co-chairman of Rebel Spirits, member
of National Honor Society, member of Les Chanteurs
and Student Council representative.
Dobervich played end on the Rebel varsity foot-
ball team, lettered in baseball, served as Tascosa Dan
for the month of October and participated in the Home
and Family Living Club.
Runner-up to Miss Tascosa is senior favorite D'Ann
Schantz. Miss Schantz is also co-head cheerleader and
is on the Senior Activities Committee.
Rick Johnson, runner-up to Mr. Tascosa, is Gen-
eral Reb, president of the Speech Club, Tascosa Dan
for December, Senior Activities chairman, treasurer of
the Student Council and copy editor of Las Memorias.
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Dibtnn, Scott become
1970 senior favorites
Presented at their last Crystal Ball held on Dec.
13, D'Ann Schantz and Scott Denko received the cov-
eted honor as favorites of the Seniors 70.
Being elected from a field of eight candidates, the
two were elected on their personality, popularity and
service to the school.
Boosting Rebel spirit as co-head cheerleader,
Miss Schantz was runner-up to Junior Favorite last
year and is on the Senior Activities Committee.
Serving as Senior Class president, Scott is a Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Finalist and is photography
editor for Las Memorias.
Kathy Wattenburger and Jerry Light were runners-
up for the honor. Miss Wattenburger, a Southern Belle
finalist, is also November Rebel Ann and Key Club
Sweetheart. A gridster, Light was center on the varsity
football team this year, a coach for the senior girls'
football team and is a member of the Rodeo Club.
Junior Class chooses
Representing their class with friendliness and
service, Emily Montgomery and David Herber were
chosen as the favorites of the Junior Class of i969-70.
Presented at the Crystal Ball, the two were chosen from
Miss Montgomery, serving as offensive and de-
fensive end on the junior team in the powderpuff derby,
is also active in Rebel Spirits, Wrestling Spirits and is
on the Student Council.
Being elected favorite is nothing new to Herber
who was chosen as Sophomore Favorite last year. Play-
ing linebacker in varsity football, he is also Latin Club
Runners-up were Patty Pinkston and Stan Zollar.
Miss Pinkston is in Rebel Spirits, Wrestling Spirits,
Latin Club Council and is junior secretary. Zollar is on
the varsity football team and in track.
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Smith, Simmers win
'mores' favorite titles
Chosen as favorite girl and favorite boy of the 825
sophomores for the year 1969-70 were Cindi Smith and
Crowned at the annual Crystal Ball sponsored by
the Student Council, petite, red-haired Miss Smith
came from David Crockett Junior High where she was
cheerleader for two years and Miss Crockett. At Tas-
cosa Cindi participates in Wrestling Spirits and French
Simmers, one of the quarterbacks for the Rebel
football team this past year, also came from Crockett
Junior High where he was Freshman Favorite and
quarterback for the Pioneers. Besides football, Marcus
is active inthe Student Council at Tascosa.
Runners-up were Pam Bryant and Chuck Ryan.
Both coming from Bonham Junior High, Miss Bryant
participates in the Student Council and Ryan is active
in football, basketball, track and Student Council.
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Miss Southern Belle
reigns in 'Old South'
"Tara, as in 'Gone With the Wind' reflects the
feeling of the Old South in the selection of the 1969-
1970 Miss Southern Belle. Tara Loewenstern took her
place as Tascosa's twelfth official hostess. included
in her duties, Tara welcomed the Boys' Ranch seniors
at the Student Council Banquet and all those who at-
tended the favorite presentation at the Crystal Ball.
Active in drama, Tara has appeared in the Tascosa
musicals and starred as Princess Winnifred the Woebe-
gone in "Once Upon a Mattress" presented earlier this
year. Tara is also in Rebel Spirits, Les Chanteurs and
is a Symphony Belle.
Tara was chosen from six finalists out of fifteen
running. Valerie Sasser was chosen first Runner-up.
After a week of campaigning, making speeches to each
class in a formal, the week was ended by the finalists
riding in convertibles around the football stadium at
the Caprock game.
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fans' spirit at games
Boosting Rebel Spirit was the main activity of the
cheerleaders this year. But that is not as easy as it
may appear. The energetic eight, led by Billye Gray,
girls physical education teacher, stayed late everyday
after school making posters, practicing yells and lifts,
planning pep-rallies and teaching cheerleading to
those students running for cheerleader. Traveling to
all out-of-town games, decorating goalposts, arriving
early before each game and sponsoring a fall dance
were also duties of the cheerleaders.
Winning the Coca Cola award in National com-
petition at cheerleading camp was a first for any Rebel
cheerleaders. They also won sweepstakes which
meant winning first in competition everyday and
brought home the spirit stick which could only be
won by winning first three days during the week.
Seniors D'Ann Schantz and Randy House, in their
second year as Rebel cheerleaders, were head cheer-
leaders. Other seniors were Chuck Babb, Ken Doug-
lass, Debbi Hrncir and Debbie Saunders. Juniors were
Rose Erdmann and Steve Sterquell.
LEADING "TWO BITS" at the Pampa Harvester basketball game
January 9 are seniors Debbi Hrncir and Chuck Babb.
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PRACTICING LIFTS AND yells after school each day made the cheerleaders national winners Practicing
are Debbi Hrncir, Chuck Babb, D'Ann Schantz, Randy House, Rose Erdmann and Steve Sterquell.
AT THE PALO Duro game January 30, senior cheerleader Ken
Douglass readies Debbie Saunders for a back flip.
SENIOR HEAD CHEERLEADERS Randy House and D'Ann Schantz
prepare to do a shoulder lift. Acrobatics were a part of their work.
POSING LIKE THE currently-popular "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" picture, the cheerleaders for 1969-70 are Steve
Sterquell. Debbi Hrncir, Randy House, Chuck Babb,D'Arir1 Schantz, Rose Erdmann, Debbie Saunders and Ken Douglass.
RAISING SPIRIT AT pep-rallies, "The General", fondly called by
senior buddies, lets forth with a Rebel yell.
ASIDE FROM HIS General Reb duties, Johnson is active in many
school functions. Copy editor finds him typing annual copy.
General Reb carries
'Old Southern' spirit
Waving of his sword while standing in front of
Rebel football crowds, the 1969-70 General Reb Rick
Johnson carried on the tradition of the symbol of the
South at Tascosa. Boosting Rebel Spirit along with
the cheerleaders was the major duty of the General.
Leading the football and basketball players into
and out of pep-rallies, helping the cheerleaders with
yells and promoting spirit during the lunch periods
were a few of the responsibilities and pleasures of his
Johnson was also active as president of the
Speech Club, Senior Activities chairman, treasurer of
the Student Council, Tascosa Dan for December and
copy editor of the Las Memorias.
ENCOURAGING FANS TO yell against the Palo Duro Dons, Gener-
al Reb lifts his sword to lead the heartening word, 'tCharge"!
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HANNE ADMIRES HER Christmas gift of a charm bracelet with a tiny
senior ring and state of Texas from the Tascosa student body.
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Hanne from Norway
arrives in Ftebeland
Arriving in Amarillo August 15, Hanne Sundby,
from Oslo, Norway, found that Texas was not the oil
wells, Indians and horses that she had expected, but a
state of friendly, easy going people.
Speaking English was not hard for Hanne as she
had taken it six years in Norway.
In America, Hanne has enjoyed horseback riding,
parties, traveling to Dallas and the coast for Christmas,
trips to Santa Fe and Taos.
At Tascosa Hanne is a member of Spanish Club,
Rebel Spirits, Science Club, Student Council and the
musical cast of "Show Boat".
Living with the George Autry family at 4613 Mata-
dor Trail, Hanne's American sister is senior Carolyn
Autry. The two are often seen together at Spanish Club
meetings, going to school in Carolyn's white station
wagon and often just having a friendly, "sisterIy" chat.
ENJOYING A NEW-FOUND sport so familiar to Texans, Hanne
tries horseback riding on a ranch near Amarillo.
IN THE HOME of her American family, the George Autry's. Hanne
plays with "William" while dressed in her national costume.
Tie breaks tradition, 'Top Ten' now 'Eleven'
Following the new trend of breaking traditions at
Tascosa, 1969-1970 yielded eleven outstanding seniors
instead of the traditional ten. Chosen on their abilities
of leadership, scholarship and service to Tascosa, the
'Top Eleven' were announced in The Pioneer on Feb-
Nominated by the faculty the 'Top Ten' was voted
on by fifteen juniors on the Top Ten selection commit-
tee and twenty-four teachers on the Faculty Awards
Chuck Babb was often seen on Fridays wearing
the red-and-black, black-and-white or black uniform
of the cheerleaders. Not only boosting spirit, but par-
ticipating in Spanish Club, Speech Club, Student
Council and assisting in the office kept Babb busy
during the year. Winning in debate, serving on the Ju-
nior Top Ten Selection Committee and a delegate to
Boys' State were also activities of the 5'7" Tascosa
Dan for January.
Among the activities Valorie Canney has lent her
talents to this past year have been the Student Coun-
cil, Rebel Spirits, Speech Club, National Honor Society
and Senior Spirits. She was also co-chairman of the
Boys' Ranch Banquet and the annual Crystal Ball.
Serving as reporter, news editor and editor-in-chief of
The Pioneer her senior year, Miss Canney was also a
National Merit commended student and in the VVho's
Who in American High Schools.
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Often times having to be in several p I ac es at
once, Debbie Davis has found herself busy as the Ce-
lebrities Editor of the Las Memorias, co-chairman of
Rebel and Basketball Spirits, vice president of the
French Club, and Student Council recording secre-
tary. One of the six finalists for Miss Southern Belle,
Miss Davis was also Tascosa's September Ann. She
was a member of Quill and Scroll and was initiated as
a member of the National Honor Society.
Otherwise known as t'Jesse James" after the pre-
mier of "Frank and Jesse James, Seymore Snurd and
Otis Frump" in humorous announcements and skits
for raising spirit, Vance Esler was elected lVlr. Howdy
in the fall, participated in National Honor Society,
track and Senior Activities. He was also in Student
Council, Spanish Club, band as a sophomore and ju-
nior and attended several tournaments with the
Reigning as Orchestra Queen for 1969-70 was Susan
Fangio. Miss Fangio has been a m em be r of Student
Council, Latin Club, Rebel Spirits and Tri-State and Hon-
or Orchestra. A National Honor Society member, she
also participated in French Club, musicals, and was in
IVlerit's Who's Who. She was a member of the Amarillo
Ballet Company, and she performed a dance for the
Southern Belle presentation. She has also received many
dance awards and scholarships.
As a General spirit raiser, Rick Johnson has served
as a symbol of Tascosa and the Rebels. Rick was also
active as president of both Speech Club and Quill and
Scroll and presided as Chairman of the Senior Activities
Committee. Dan for December, he was treasurer for the
Tascosa Student Council. Rick acted as co-sports editor
for Las Memorias his junior year and as copy editor as a
January Ann Ronda Muir was named Miss FTA for both
Tascosa and the district. She was active as Speech Club
co-secretary, FTA second vice president, and Amarillo
Youth Council secretary-treasurer. Miss Muir was a national
runner-up in creative writing and was in Who's Who in Amer-
ican High Schools. She was a participant in band, state
band, orchestra and was also on the debate team and a
member of the National Honor Society.
A band member for three years, Kim McMorries has
served that organization as head drum major all three years.
He has also been a three-year participant in Key Club and
was its president as a senior. Selected as Tascosa Dan for
September, he was also the recipient of the Math and Sci-
ence Award and voted one of the "Outstanding Teenagers
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Pioneer editor-in-chief Melessia Musick has been
active this year in Les Chanteurs, Girls' G-lee, FTA and
Speech Club. Rebel Ann for December, she served as
vice president of both the National Honor Society and
Quill and Scroll and chairman of the Senior Spirits
Committee. Miss Musick has previously been Pioneer
reporter and editorials editor and was also selected
as Most Valuable Staffer. She also won in interscho-
lastic League Press competition.
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Student Council and National Honor Society presi-
dent Martin Nussbaum has served Tascosa as a three-
time delegate to the Student Council State Conventiony
delegate to Boys' State, wrestling and captain of the de-
bate team. Nussbaum vvas a National Merit Finalist, an
"Outstanding Teenager of America" and in Who's Who
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Key Club Sweetheart Kathy Wat-
tenburger acted in Rebel Spirits,
Spanish Club, Student Council and
the Tascosa contest play. Miss
Wattenburger also participated in
Les Chanteurs, Speech Club and
Drama and was one of the finalists
for Miss Southern Belle.
Committee selects Tasoosa Dan, Rebel Ann
Brad Dobervich and Anna Belle Kritser rest at
the newly built portion of Amarillo College.
Chosen by the Dan and Ann committee of the
Student Council from nominations of each homeroom,
a Rebel Ann and Tascosa Dan were announced at the
beginning of each month.
Each Dan and Ann were chosen on their abilities
of scholarship, leadership, friendliness and service to
The Rebel Anns and Tascosa Dans chosen for the
1969-70 school year were September, Debbie Davis,
Kim lVlcIVlorriesg October, Brad Dobervich, Anna Belle
Kritserg November, Rick Johnson, Melessia lvlusickg
January, Chuck Babb, Ronda Nluirg February, Vance
Esler, Susie Starksg March, Randy House, Tara Loew-
ensterng April, Browning Lloyd, D'Ann Schantzg May,
Valorie Canney, Les Cundiff.
Debbie Davis and Kim lVlclVlorries stand
onthe hotel steps at Six Gun City.
Martin Nussbaum and Kathy Wattenburger
talk on the platform of the Time Capsule.
Dan and Ann
Chuck Babb and Ronda Muir sit on the brick
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ofthe football field at Dick Bivins Stadium.
. Browning Lloyd and D'Ann Schantz rest a few minutes at the Federal
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losing campaign, 3-7
Tasting the bitterness of a losing season for the
first time in the school's twelve year history, Tascosa's
football team ended its season in seventh place in the
district, compiling a 3-7 record. ln retrospect, head
coach John McGuire summed up the season declaring,
"We did the best we could so we aren't making any
In their debut, the Ftebs fell to the state's first-
ranked Permian Panthers, 27-12. Dixie touchdowns
were supplied by Brad Dobervich and David Webb.
Borger, District 4-AAAA's pre-season favorite, sty-
mied the Rebs next, 14-3, with Kyle Gardener's field
goal accounting for all the Tascosa points. However,
the South bounced back in the season's final game to
defeat the Bulldogs, 25-7.
The following weekend, the Red and Black bowed
to the Dumas Demons, fourth-ranked in Class AAA, 12-
7. Brad Dobervich scored the Rebel points on a pass
from David Webb.
TASCOSA'S JAMES SLAGLE, a senior fullback, cuts to daylight
against Odessa Permian in the Fiebs' first game Sept. 12.
HEAD COACH JOHN McGuire lectures his squad
at half time of the first Borger game. Coaches
man look on.
TIM CURTIS JUNIOR quarterback carries the ball on a first down play against the
Dumas Demons Sept 26 as senior tackle Dean Hayes prepares to block a pursuer.
Bob Howington, Jimmie Janes and Charles Kauf-
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edge winless 'Horns
Tascosa dropped its fourth straight game Oct. 4,
bowing to the Amarillo High Sandies 13-7 in the 13th
renewal of the PanhandIe's hottest rivalry.
AHS moved 41 yards after a Tascosa fumble for
its first score in the opening period, and scored again
on tailback Bobby Pickard's 2-yard run. Bucky Sams,
in his first varsity game, scored the only Rebel TD
in the final quarter.
Sams scored the deciding touchdown inthe Bebs'
first victory, a 14-7 decision over the Caprock Long-
horns Oct. 11. David Webb's 47-yard run gave Tas-
cosa an early 6-O lead, but quarterback Mike Lozano
gave Caprock a 7-6 lead with a 2-yard sneak and a
successful extra point. Tim Curtis' two-point conver-
sion pass to Webb ended the game's scoring.
Plainview's Bulldogs gained their first victory
ever against the Rebels Oct. 18, moving for 405 yards
enroute to a 27-15 triumph. David Webb scored both
BILL DODGIN, SENIOR, tackles Sandie running back Bobby Pick-
ard during the Sandie-Rebel football game in Dick Bivins.
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TASCOSA DEFENDERS BOB Longbine,
Dean Hayes and Mike Brown smother a
Caprock ball carrier in the Oct. 11 con-
test. Bucky Sams' 3-yard touchdown run
with 2:56 remaining gave the Fiebs their
first 1969 win, a 14-7 victory over the
South-Zone trailing Longhorns.
THE 1969 TASCOSA Rebels are tfront rowi Dan Moser, David Webb, Stan Zoller, Mike Pena, Steve Jefferson, Mike Brewer, Bill
Dodgin, fmiddle rowl Mike Bridges, Charlie Smith, James Siagle, Bucky Sams, Marcus Simmers, Bobby Longbine, Dean Hayes,
John Evans. Steve Colloway. David Herber, fback rowj John Washburn, Kyle Gardner, Randy Evans, David Moore, Dale Winfield,
Gary Campbell, Tim Curtis, Scott Cornwell, Dayle Tipton, Jerry Light, Mark Burget and Ross Cheshire.
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REBELS COME CHARGING 'over the hill' at Dick Bivins Stadium before
battling Amarillo High October 4. The Sandies won, 13-7, their sixth
victory in the 12-year series which consists of thirteen encounters.
WINGBACK STAN ZOLLER grabs a pass between two Plainview de-
fenders. Tl-IS dropped a football game to the Bulldogs for the first time,
12 Odessa Permian 27
3 Borger 14
7 Dumas 12
7 Amarillo 13
14 Caprock 7
15 'Plainview 27
13 'Palo Duro 55
19 'Lubbock 7
7 'Lubbock Coronado 42
25 "Berger 7
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'SECOND STRINGER' MIKE Pena observes the action at the Tas-
cosa Fiebel-Palo Duro Don gridiron clash from the sidelines.
MAKING A PASS reception, senior split end Brad Dobervich pro-
vided one of the few bright spots for the Red and Black November
7, as they stooped to Lubbock Coronado's Mustangs in Lowry Field.
DAVID WEBB, JUNIOR halfback, fights for extra yardage against
Palo Duro. Speed was a major factor as the Flebs bowed, 55-13.
Dixie ends season with two wins, two losses
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Eventual district champion Palo Duro handed Tas-
cosa its most one-sided defeat in the history of the
school Oct. 26, swamping the Rebels, 55-13. Tascosa
held a 7-0 lead early in the game, but four second-per-
iod scores gave the Dons a 34-7 halftime lead. The de-
feat assured Tascosa of its first losing season.
The Bebs bounced back the following week with
a 19-7 win over Lubbock. Quarterback Tim Curtis ran
twelve yards for the first score, and Bucky Sams tallied
on runs of three and fifty-six yards.
Lubbock Coronado swamped Tascosa 42-7 Nov. 4,
after leading 14-0 at intermission. The loss concluded
zone play and matched THS against Borger on the
season-ending district playoff contest.
Tascosa ended a frustrating 1969 season by rout-
ing the Bulldogs on their home field, 25-7. Bucky Sams
rambled for 223 yards and one touchdown, while an
aggressive defense limited Borger's ground attack to
SKIRTING AROUND THE left side of the line, quarterback Tim
Curtis gains yardage against the district champions, Palo Duro.
DISAPPOINTMENT IS REFLECTED on Head Coach John McGuire's face as he, David Webb, Scott Cornwell and Gary
Campbell watch Dixie fall to Palo Duro, who won their first district crown, but bowed to Abilene Cooper in bi-district.
DALE BRAMBLETT 1801 carries the football as Larry Gnepper U61
prepares to block PD. The Sophs won five out of nine games.
SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL PLAYERS are ttront
rowl Kim Barlow, Steve Pennal, Bill Townsend,
Phil Richards, Steve Cairns, Paul Dodgen, Robert
Roller, Mike Poynor, tback rowl Mike Morrow,
Mark Redfern, Scott Spencer, Mike Harris, Blaine
Burnett, Jon Vanderwilt, Chuck Ryan, Bill Acton,
Mike Crawford, Larry Peevy, Dale Winfield, Fred
Crona and Mark Tillotson.
SOPHOMORES RUNNING BACK Craig Gladman
t42l scores for Tascosa as the Rebel squad de-
feats the Palo Duro sophomore team, 12-6.
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finish even seasons
Sophomore footballers posted a 5-4 season rec-
ord in 1969, the highest winning percentage of any
THS sophomore team in history.
"We had a lot of outstanding players, but l was
pleased with the determination of all our playersjl
said coach Ken Brinkley. "We had several young men
in our squad who will represent Tascosa well in 1970
Junior varsity Raiders compiled a 4-4-1 record,
defeating Caprock, Borger, Coronado and Monterey
and losing to Palo Duro, Amarillo High, Pampa and
Lubbock. Plainview tied Tascosa, 12-12.
While not singling out a particularly outstanding
player, Coach John Lowry highly praised his squad.
"Their effort and attitude were just outstanding," said
the Coach. "They're the finest group of boys l've ever
DALE BRAMBLETT, NUMBER 80 on the sophomore football team.
attempts to tackle David Green, sophomore quarterback for the
Palo Duro Dons.
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PLAYING FOR THE sophomore team this year were Cfront rowj David Porter, John Adamson. Steve Craw-
ford, Johnny Dryden. Mike McGee, Mike Hollinger, Garry Joy, Boyd Deaver, lsecond rowb Larry Gnepper,
David Bacon, Mike Morrow, Joe Quattlebaum. Mike Rains, Fiandy Click, Tom Holloway, Mike McMen-
namy, lthird rowi Scott Rowe. Larry McDaniel. Greg Sharpe. Woodie Matheson. Wayne Pollok. Joe Morris.
Paul Cauley and David Wilkinson.
THS beats Herefordg
ranks third in tourney
After dropping the season's first three games to
El Paso schools fAustin, Burgess, and lrvini, Tascosa
varsity basketballers grabbed their first victory Nov.
25, a 91-46 trouncing of the Hereford Whitefaces in the
Rebel gym. Donnell Fuller paced Dixie scorers with 22
For the second consecutive year, Tl-IS hosted a
Thanksgiving Basketball Tournament featuring Borger
High, Caprock, and El Paso Coronado as well as the
Rebels. Tascosa again fell victim to an El Paso school
in first round action, bowing to Coronado 65-61. The
Rebs took third place in the tourney downing the Cap-
rock Longhorns the next night, 73-60.
STRETCHING TO GAIN possession of the ball, Jim Austin and
Les Cundiff play a game of catch-up basketball against El Paso.
"NOW, GET OUT there and play heads-up ball," admonishes Coach David Camfield during the Caprock game at
the Thanksgiving Tournament. The host Rebels defeated the Longhorns, 73-60.
Cagers open district
by ripping city rivals
Tascosa began the first round of District 4-AAAA
competition by eking out a surprisingly narrow victory
over Caprock's Longhorns, Dec. 9. 'tVVe played sloppy
basketball against Caprockj' Coach David Camfield
said. t'We turned the ball over too many times, and we
made the kinds of mental mistakes that good teams
take advantage of. VVe'll have to play better against
ln the Caprock game, the Longhorns forced the
action and held the lead for most of the first half. After
intermission, the Ftebs scored ten quick points, and
they never gave up the lead.
6'7" center Les Cundiff dominated the Tascosa-
Palo Duro game Dec. 12, scoring 38 points and grab-
bing 19 rebounds in a 75-67 Rebel victory. "Cundiff
completely controlled the game," said losin g Don
coach, Tom Gilley. l thought we held the other Tas-
cosa players, but Cundiff made the difference. He's a
fine center and he has my vote for All-District novvf'
GUARD GARY BOGAN uses his arm to distract the aim of a Cap-
rock opponent. The tvvo-year man was a defensive standout.
LES CUNDIFF IS blocked by a Pampa Harvester as he tries to
make a basket. Tascosa won over the Harvesters, 51-48.
REBS AND DONS scramble for a free ball in final round of the city
Holiday Tournament Dec. 30. Tascosa won the tourney champion-
ship for the third time by defeating Palo Duro, 57-45.
HEAD COACH DAVID Camfield and assistant coach Ken Brinkley
watch the action of first round play against Borger.
MEMBERS OF THE Caprock Longhorns along with THS roundballers scramble for the ball thrown back onto
the court by Senior Donnell Fuller.
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL players head for the dressing
room after defeating Caprock. Composed mostly of sophomores,
the "B" squad built a strong future under Kenneth Brinkley.
Red and Black finish
5-4 in first half play
On the last district action before Christmas, Tas-
cosa gained impressive victories over Lubbock High,
73-50, and Lubbock Coronado, 46-34. Returning to
action on Jan. 6, the Rebs suffered their first confer-
ence loss to a strong Borger team, 62-50. The defeat
dropped Tascosa from a four-way tie for the district
lead, and gave Plainview and Lubbock Monterey pos-
session of first place.
Tascosa came back on Jan. 9 with an 81-78 win
against Pampa, but were stunned the following week
by a 63-49 loss to the Plainview Bulldogs. They re-
ceived another jolt on Jan. 20, when the powerful Lub-
bock Monterey Plainsmen dumped the Rebs out of
consideration for the District 4-AAAA first-round title,
52-32. A skin-tight Monterey defense allowed Tascosa
only 11 points in the second half.
Dixie closed out its first-half schedule on Jan. 23
by losing to Amarillo High, 66-55, in the Sandie gym.
Four Rebels scored in double figures, but Sandie all-
district star Kyle Pipkin scored 21 points.
REB ROUNDBALLERS BEGAN their second-round schedule with a mates Les Cundiff and Gary Bogart rush to help. Tascosa beat the
57-43 win over Caprock. Here Donell Fuller takes a shot, as team- Longhorns in an earlier outing, 58-54.
VARSITY SEASON RECORD
First round Second round
THS Opp. THS Opp.
58 54 Caprock 57 43
75 67 Palo Duro 52 57
73 50 Lubbock 51 53
46 34 Lubbock Coronado 77 45
50 62 Borger 63 72
81 78 Pampa 54 59
49 63 Plainview 41 45
32 52 Lubbock Monterey 58 68
66 55 Amarillo 42 51
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM members are lfront rowl Jimmy Hill, Doug
Daniel, Robert Scott, Ross Cheshire, Chuck Ryan, Kent Ladd, lsec-
ond rowl Jimmy Rodgers, Craig Shulken, Doug Gwin, Mike Morrow,
Tommy Jenkins, lback rowl Bob Sharp, Chris Curphey, Mark Sprad-
lin, Greg Sharpe, Mike Eubanks and John Wisenbaker.
LOOKING FOR AN open teammate. junior Gary Henderson passes in second-round play against Coronado.
Rebels capture third
of four city contests
For the third time in the event's four-year history,
Tascosa vvon the city's Holiday Basketball Tourna-
ment, held at the Amarillo High School gym. The Rebs
took the title the hard way, vvinning three straight
after dropping the first game of the double-elimination
THS carried the Amarillo Sandies, winners of 14
consecutive games, into double overtime before losing,
68-65, on the afternoon of Dec. 29. That evening, the
Rebs stayed alive by downing Caprock 50-41.
Dixie gained the tournament finals by finally beat-
ing the Sandies Dec. 30 by a 62-55 score. Donell
Fuller paced the Rebel attack with 20 points, and re-
serve guard Jimmy Truitt came off the bench to score
ln the tournament finals against Palo Duro, the
Rebs took the lead in the game's first four minutes
and were never seriously challenged, holding off a late
Don surge despite the strain of four g am es in 48
hours. Final score was Tascosa 57, Palo Duro 45.
SENIOR FORWARD JIM Austin tries a short shot in the Tascosa-
Lubbock Coronado clash Feb. 7 in Lubbock. The Rebs dropped
the Mustangs, 78-45.
REBEL BASKETBALLERS COME alive on the bench as the buzzer
sounds to end the final-round game with Palo Duro and give Tas-
cosa its third City Holiday Tournament trophy.
nado Mustang jumps to try to regain possession of the bali.
I. if GETTING READY TO shoot is senior Gary Bogan. A Coro-
PRESSED CLOSELY BY a Monterey opponent. Donell Fuller tries a jump shot from the
corner. The fifth-ranked Plainsmen dropped the Reps from first-half consideration. 52-32.
GUARD JIMMY TRUITT tries a long set shot against Pampa.
The 5'11" senior was a top substitute for the Ftebs, playing
a crucial part in many early-season games.
Dribblers finish final
half competition 2-7
The Rebel basketball squad started the second
round of district play on a winning note against Cap-
rock 157-433 but ran into a determined Palo Duro team
which scored a 57-52 upset. The Rebs hit a cold
streak after Les Cundiff fouled out with two minutes
left in the game.
Tascosa was upset again Feb. 3, losing a 72-60
shocker to Lubbock High's Westerners, but bounced
back against Coronado, scoring an impressive 78-45
win. But crucial losses to Borger 172-633 and Pampa
C59-543 dropped Tascosa from consideration for the
second-round title, and the Rebels went on to lose to
Plainview and Monterey, the first-half co-champs.
Plainview's Bulldogs were unable to take clear
command until late in third period, but an ice-cold
Tascosa attack was a major factor in Plainview's 45-41
win. lVlonterey's district-leading defense proved too
strong for the Rebs, and the Lubbock school coasted
to a 68-58 triumph. Tascosa closed out a disappointing
1969-70 campaign by losing to Amarillo High, 51-42.
IN SECOND ROUND play, senior Les Cundiff shoots a basket to
help provide a Rebel victory over the Caprock Longhorns.
LES CUNDIFF BATTLES a Caprock rival
for the ball under the Longhorn basket.
FLYING HIGH OVER opponents from Lubbock
Monterey, Donneil Fuller takes hurried aim as
teammate Les Cundiff readies for a rebound if
the shot fails.
SEEMING TO BE surrounded by his opponents, senior roundbalier
Jimmy Truitt looks for a team member to receive a pass.
WORKING TOWARD THE goal, sophomore Michael Morrow out-
maneuvers his opponent as the Junior Varsity team works for an-
1969-1970 TASCOSA REBELS are fstandingl Coach David Camfield, forwards Steve Walker
and Jim Austin, center Les Cundiff, forwards Craig Snook and Doug Henderson, ikneelingl
guards Gary Bogan, Jimmy Truitt and forward Donell Fuller.
WAITING FOR PASS receivers to break free, sophomore Ross
Cheshire holds the ball for the THS Junior Varsity against Pampa.
KYLE GARDNER, SENIOR dribbles the ball down court for the
Raiders during the Tascosa Pampa game.
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with victorious slate
Tascosa's Junior Varisty basketballers boasted an
improved record in 1970 under first-year Coach Ken-
neth Brinkley, who came' to Tascosa from Crockett Ju-
The B-team Raiders finished the 1969-70 campaign
with an 10-2 overall record, including impressive wins
over Plainview and Lubbock Monterey in the season's
final games. In the "B" team division of the City Holi-
day Tournament, the cagers won the championship
with consecutive victories over Palo Duro, Amarillo High
"l'm very pleased with the progress this team has
made," Coach Brinkley remarked, "and l've never seen
a group of young men with a better attitude. All the
boys on this team want to win, but, more importantly,
theytre willing to pay the price for victory."
Coach Brinkley refused to name a "most outstand-
ing" player, saying, "All our players have been out-
standing this year," He mentioned sophomore Kent
Ladd as the squad's "most improved" player.
DRIBBLING DOWN THE court to put the sophomore basketball
team on the scoreboard for another victory is sophomore Craig
BATTLING FOR A rebound are junior varsity team members Chuck
Ryan 1523 and Mark Spradlin 1443. The action occured in the "B"
division of the city Holiday Tournament, which the Raiders won.
Junior girls compete for recognition, awards
Holding the title of Texas Junior Girls Golf Cham-
pion, junior Frances Collins has won a total of 14
trophies, three of which are traveling trophies given to
the winner for a year. Last summer Miss Collins repre-
sented the Amarillo Country Club at the National Tour-
nament. She was in the top eight players of the com-
petition in which she lost to the ev e n t u al winner.
Miss Collins started playing golf at the age of eleven.
She is instructed by Troy Badgett and Jim Heron.
Working out six days a week in the West Texas
State University gymnasium, junior Odile Zientek has
been swimming eight years. Miss Zientek is instructed
by Bob Connors of Canyon. During her eight years of
competitive swimming, Miss Zientek has won 51 tro-
phies. Miss Zientek said, "I usually enter the mile and
400 free competition."
Juniors Linda Linn and Kathy Dodgen work out
as trampoline experts two or three times a week. Each
of the girls have been under the instruction of Nard
Cazzell for four years. This year Miss Linn and Miss
Dodgen attended fall nationals in Florida where they
took top team honors and a number of individual
awards. The girls traveled to Houston for the Spring
FRANCIS COLLINS, DEFENDING state Junior Girl's golf Cham-
pion, lines up a putt. The junior defeated 63 other girls in the
Dallas State Tournament. Miss Collins was ranked in the top
eight contestants in the national competition.
JUNIOR ODILE ZIENTEK goes through her daily
workout in preparation for the mile and 400 free
competition. Miss Zientek is the holder of 51 tro-
phies in various swimming performances.
JUNIORS KATHY DODGEN and Linda Linn practice trampolining after school
to prepare themselves for the winter nationals in Florida. Under the instruction
of Nard Cazzell, the trampolinists work out an hour a day before contests.
INDIVIDUAL SPORTS 79
THS Opp. THS Opp.
3611 Amarillo 48 0
41 8 Palo Duro 46 6
19 22 Caprock 36 21
28 11 Boys' Ranch 32 10
40 5 Amarillo 4017
27 19 Boys' Ranch 36 13
2219 Caprock 40 5
40 5 Palo Duro 53 5
A PALO DURO wrestler tries to escape being pinned by junior
Randy Roberts. TI-IS tied for first place in the city race.
GRAPPLER CHARLES WALLER cautiously eyes his Palo Duro rival
at the start of a match, trying for position before a take-down.
80 INDIVIDUAL SPORTS
Grapplers win three of four before holidays
Returning 21 lettermen from 1969's co-city cham-
pions, the 1970 Rebel wrestling squad appeared ready
to challenge for the title again.
ln a pre-season appraisal, Coach James Kile was
optimistic. 'tWe have a lot of growing up to do, but we
should have a strong team," he said. "The competition
is strong, but we're not conceding anything to any-
body. We'll be in the thick of it."
By the Christmas vacation, Tascosa grapplers
seemed well on the way to matching the previous
year's success, winning three of four matches by con-
vincing scores. The first dual meet, against Amarillo
High Nov. 25, saw THS post a 36-11 win in the "A"
division, while the B-team shut out the Sandies 48-0.
B-team grapplers won every match with Amarillo, and
varsity wrestlers won 9 of 12 matches.
The Rebs lost a dual match to Caprock Dec. 6,
but bounced back Dec. 12 with victories over Boys
Ranch, 28-11 QA-teaml and 32-10 QB-teamj, in the final
match before Christmas. Ten of twelve B-wrestlers
won their matches. Earlier in the sc h e d u I e, THS
coasted to 46-6 QA-teaml and 41-8 QB-teamj wins over
the Palo Duro Dons.
"A TEAM GRAPPLER Jeff Sheldon tries to escape the hold of
an Amarillo Sandie. The 100-pound matman beat his opponent.
B TEAM WRESTLERS are lstandingj John Dryden David Bowers Mark Owen, Mark Camp, Rex Hoving, Harry Reed, Mike
Cates James Hegedus Richard Brown Tom Tigert Robert Rosser lkneelingl Ron Barber, Mike lVlcGee, Steve Denson, Dan
Ktllough Mike Messer Lou Watson Galen Johnson Terry lvlolyneaux Glen Griffin and Charles Waller.
INDIVlDUAL SPORTS 81
Varsity grapplers tie
Caprock for city title
Rebel grapplers returned from Christmas vacation
in winning form, opening their post-holiday schedule
with a solid victory over Amarillo High in an exciting
series of matches. Tascosa d efe ate d the Sandies
handily, taking the "A" division 43-5 and the "B" divi-
Traditional rival Boys Ranch hosted the Rebs Jan.
21, and Tascosa handed the Ranchers their first defeat
of the season by scores of 27-19 f"A" teaml and 36-13
UB" teamy. The Rebels took a long step towards city
honors by defeating Caprock Jan. 24, avenging a Cap-
rock win over Tascosa earlier in the year. "A" team
wrestlers gained a hard fought 22-19 victory, while
the "B" team won easily, 40-5.
The victory over Caprock gave the "A" team a tie
for the round-robin championship with the Longhorns,
while the "B" division title outright. ln the post-season
City Tournament, Tascosa led with 81 pointsg Caprock
was second with 74. Twenty-four wrestling Rebels
placed among the top four in their divisions.
KEEPING A TIGHT grip on his Caprock foe, Charles Waller keeps
the advantage as the referee signals the end of the City Tourna-
ment match. Waller won a close decision.
MIKE 0'BRIAN STRAINS to force the shoulders of his Boys Ranch opponent to the mat Tas
cosa matmen beat the Ranchers in a pair of duel matches in December and January
82 INDIVIDUAL SPORTS
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1969 VARSITY GOLFERS are lstandingj Alan Wil-
liams, Scott Stevens, Jim Lewis, Donny Henderson,
Ken Douglass, William Deane, lkneelingl George
Rogowski, Chuck Schattgen, Brad Carver and Ken-
SENIOR BRAD CARVER practices an iron shot
during an after-school practice session at Ross
Rodgers Municipal Golf Course. Long hours of
individual and team practice ready the Districtls
golf squads for competitive play in the spring.
DONNY HENDERSON, SENIOR letterman, tries a
wood shot in the rough. The annual City Tourna-
ment, the fall season's only competitive meet, was
eliminated by bad weather.
84 INDIVIDUAL SPORTS
Netters take all-city,
weather delays golf
Tascosa's 1969 golf team performed impressively
in pre-season drills, but the fall schedule's only com-
petition against other schools, the annual City Tourna-
ment, was cancelled because of bad weather. Originally
scheduled for the first week of December, the city meet
was held in the spring.
Coach Ken Hicks was disappointed over the delay,
but hopeful over his team's prospects. "We're expect-
ing a lot from this year's seniors, if all goes well, we
have a good chance of winning the district title."
Tascosa's tennis team coached by Jerry Foster
captured the annual city tournament with a total of 90
Red and Black netters have taken the title the two
previous years Foster has been coach.
Dixie fell to El Paso Irving 10-8 in the season's
first match. The Rebels lost to Amarillo College and tied
the Coronado Mustangs, but were victorious in all other
SENIORS LESLIE HOWARD and Bridgy Cox score points for the
Rebs during the annual City Tennis Tournament.
TENNIS TEAM MEMBERS are lfront rowi
Mike Levick, Clay Tarpley, Andy Price,
Linda Barnett, Paula Higgins, Melinda Arch-
er, Brad Wilson, Randy Conrad, Isecond
rowl Lisa Hobson, Linda Duke, Sharon
Wickham, Tacy Pottorff, Debby McMurry,
Barbara Hudson, Sandra Vroom, Robin
Cramer, Beckie Price, Louise Quacken-
bush, ltop rowi Larry Peek, Winn Carter,
Craig Eubank, Gene Lard, Leslie Howard,
Robert Richey, Elaine Duke, Don Cox,
Sandra Chastain, Bridgy Cox, Lynn Staggs
and Coach Jerry Foster.
INDIVIDUAL SPORTS 85
SOPHOMORE DAVID SMILEY and Mike Lightfoot head for
the showers at the end of their physical education period.
JAN BLUE, SOPHOMORE, participates in exercises dur-
ing Billye Gray's second period physical education.
86 INDIVIDUAL SPORTS
Coed gymnasts emphasize individual sports
Physical Education classes at Tascosa provided
fun and fitness for 1,200 boys and girls.
"We tried to give more time this year to individual
events like bowling, bait-casting and even horseshoes
-sports that a man can participate in all his life," said
boys' gym instructor James Kile.
Heavy emphasis was placed on the thrice-yearly
Physical Fitness Tests, with a large percentage of those
tested qualifying for Presidential merit badges.
According to Nancy Deason, girls' physical educa-
tion teacher, approximately 650 girls are enrolled in
Tascosa gym classes.
Girls get a chance to participate in tennis, bad-
minton, archery, modern dancing, bowling, first aid,
gymnastics, volleyball, golf, speedway, calisthenics and
Following each activity in gym classes intramurals
are held for all girls to enter.
Sixth period is the time for beginning swimming
class, under the instruction of Miss Deason. Each se-
mester, a new class is begun at the Amarillo community
Center for girls who cannot swim.
BOYS OF TASCOSA'S physical education classes take aim against
the girls in a dual archery meet. The females won by a landslide.
BOYS IN COACH James Kile's first-period gym class start the
class period by doing calisthenics. The boys learn skills and co-
ordination for individual sports, a part of physical education.
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Council Christmas drive includes Girlstown
After announcements every Wednesday, the 100
Student Council members made their way to the film
room to attend the Student Council meeting.
Traveling out-of-town for summer conferences
were 16 Rebels to Texas Tech for summer workshop,
where junior Don Guthrie was selected as outstanding
workshopper. Debbie Davis also attended the National
Student C o u n c i I Leadership Conference at Camp
November 22 was the date of the District Student
Council Convention. Kathy Hill, district secretary, was
in charge ofthe convention.
Boys' Ranch seniors were invited to the first Boys'
Ranch banquet as the annual Christmas drive for
Boys' Ranch was changed to build up the needful fund
Officers for the 1969-70 year were Martin Nuss-
baum, presidentg Randy House, vice president, Debbie
Davis, recording secretary, Charlotte Powell, corre-
sponding secretaryg Kathy Hill, historian and Don Guth-
PAPER CUTTING PARTIES were hosted by the Crystal Ball com-
mittee members this year. This was done in order to save money
for decorating the commons for the Crystal Ball. Junior Kathy Hill
demonstrates this technique.
VOTING DELEGATES PAM House, Debbie Davis, Kathy Hill and Rick Johnson held a caucus to decide who to vote for
at the Student Council District Convention held on Nov. 22 at Tascosa.
PRACTICING FOR THE Powder Puff foot-
ball game are Shirley Thornburg, Jenny
Smith, Carolyn Dyson, and Linda Phillips.
MARTIN NUSSBAUM, PRESIDENT of Student Council presides
over the meetings held on Wednesday. in the film room. A person
was chosen out of each homeroom to represent his class.
SHOWN HELPING HER homeroom to get ahead in the Girls Town
drive is Lynette Box. Key chains were sold for this cause. Pur-
chasing a key chain is Mrs. Dolly Lynch, a substitute teacher.
ANOTHER WAY OF arousing Rebel spirit at football games is by
plastering "Go Rebs" on the end zone, high enough for the players
to see. This job went to the Wranglers who also painted cars for
Wranglers paint cars
to raise Rebel spirit
Heading the Key Club this year was Kim lVlclVlor-
ries, president and Larry Hungate as sponsor.
Key Clubbers participated in several service pro-
grams such as the muscular dystrophy drive, distribut-
ing American flags on Veterans Day and promoting
spirit for the football games by selling Rebel flags and
painting cars. The concession stand at all THS home
basketball games was manned by club members.
On November 10 the Key Club presented a pro-
gram on drugs in coordination with the Amarillo Police
Other officers besides lvlclvlorries were Barry Shul-
kin, vice presldentg Don Guthrie, secretary, Corky
Hague, treasurer and Kent Roberts, chaplain.
KEY CLUB MEMBERS Don Guthrie, Stephen Haynes and Tom Baker
ring Tascosa's victory bell during a football game. Tascosa's Wrang-
lers are made up of members of the Key Club. They sell Rebel flags
in order to boost the spirit at games and pep rallies.
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WRANGLERS HOLD THE Rebel flag high as they lead the round-
ballers into the auditorium for the first pep-rally of the 1969-70
season. Wranglers boosted spirit by ringing the now-lost bell.
BASKETBALL FANS BUY popcorn and soft drinks from Norman
Wright. This year Key Clubbers ran the concession stands for the
basketball games. Proceeds go for civic and school betterment.
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REBEL WRANGLERS AWAIT a touchdown at
the football game. After each touchdown they
ring the victory bell.
Future Teacher club
chooses Muir, Jones
Future Teachers of America Club is active in pro-
moting education. Jay Jones, and Ronda Muir were
chosen to represent Tascosa at the district Mr. and
Miss FTA contest. Jones eventually won the state title,
and Miss Muir was runner-up.
Speakers on primary and secondary education
and on education of the mentally retarded were just a
part of the monthly agenda. Se rved by president,
Cathy Mask and sponsors Kathy Winburn and Rosalyn
Wolfe, the club participates in teaching during the
The members also select a teacher of the month
and prepare food for the teachers on records day.
MR. AND MISS FTA, Ronda Muir and Jay Jones, are preparing
their speeches for the state contest, where they competed for the
state Mr. and Miss FTA. The contest was held Feb. 9-13.
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JANIE EDDINS AND Corinne Irwin are looking at the scrap-
book that won a first division rating ribbon in the state contest.
At the FTA convention, Tascosa was in charge of the scrap-
LUANN MATHESON, AN active member in FTA, addresses
Christmas cards to all of the Tascosa faculty. A teacher of the
month, each month, is chosen by the group.
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JUNIOR PATRICIA BRAUDTMAN, Youth Council member, helps plan
teen juries at the Sands Motel Feb. 8. The teens serve as juries for
traffic violation cases.
YOUTH COUNCILS FROM all high schools in the city met on Polk
Street to clean it up for the Soap Box Derby July 27.
City's Youth Council
sets up teenage jury
Tascosa's Youth Council became active again
this year with the initiation of six new officers during
the first part of October.
The officers are Holly Wilson, presidentg Patty
Early, vice president in charge of public relationsg
Browning Lloyd, vice president for leadershipg Ronda
Muir, secretary-treasurerg and Sandy Hinchey, United
Press Awards and Records.
During the year, the chapter worked on many
projects for the city of Amarillo and for its youth, A
"teen-jury" was set up in which high school students
acted as jury for youths that had committed traffic
Rebel bowlers enter
state tourney in June
Bowling every Thursday night for two hours were
the Rebel Rollers. Coach Howe Brown helped the boys
achieve the high averages that they had.
Amarillo High and Tascosa played together as a
team this year. Officers for the team were Alan Green,
presidentg Roger Robinson, vice president, and Linda
The bowlers set averages from their scores and
competed with each other to determine the best bowler
on the team. David Doherty was the team champion.
Tournaments for the year were during the Thanks-
giving and Christmas holidays and in early February.
The state tournament will be held in June at Austin.
MARK BAKER, JUNIOR, releases his bowling ball in an attempt
to 'strikef bowling terminology for knowcking down all ten pins.
JEFF MAGER, A member of the Rolling Rebels, looks at bowling
balls for sale at the Amarillo Bowl.
PLANNING THE AGENDA for the next Y-Teen meeting are Sharon
Wickham. Christine Barham. and Sandi Barber. Miss Barham
served as president this year. the others were active members.
JUNIORS PATTY PATTERSON and Mary Margaret Scivally make
rings from telephone wire. This was a money-raising project.
Y-Teens sell jewelry,
make rings from wire
Officiating at the Y-Teen meetings on alternate
Tuesday nights were Christine Barham, president, Sar-
ah Terrill, first secretary and Mary-Margaret Scivally,
Fund raising projects of the Y-Teens, this year in-
cluded jewelry making-rings from telephone wire.
Cookies for teachers during off periods also were made
possible by this group.
Sponsors for the 1970 girls were Mrs. Beverly Mil-
ligan and Mrs. LuNette Evetts. These teachers made it
possible for the group to be school sponsored.
Several times during the year all of the Y-Teens
in the city met at the YWCA for parties and inter-club
Rebel girls provide
breakfast for players
Boosting the athletics at Tascosa this year were
the members of Rebel Spirits. Chairmen included Susie
Starks, Debbie Davis, Debbie Collins, Valerie Sasser
and Carolyn Dyson.
Methods the girls used to encourage spirit for the
athletes were making posters, locker favors for each
player, yard favors, giving pep rally skits and favors
for the players. Before the play-offs the girls enter-
tained the boys at a breakfast. Sponsor of this spirited
group was Nancy Deason, physical education teacher.
Supporters of the wrestling team were the girls
in Wrestling Spirits. This group, guided by Mrs. Jane
Moore, English teacher, also made signs and favors
for each of the matches.
"PAINTING SIGNS IS lots of fun!", remarks Kathy Dodgen tabove
rightl, president of the Wrestling Spirits. The petite blonde spends
her time after school painting spirit signs,
SUSIE STARKS, CHAIRMAN of basketball spirits frightl, attaches
a favor to a player's locker. Co-chairman is Debbie Davis.
REBEL SPIRITS BRENDA Duncan, Jan Gentry, Kathy Dodgen,
Suedell Holloway and Becky Eastland fbelowi put on a skit dur-
ing a pep rally. Rebel Spirits boost the teams spirit for football
games and make pastries for the boys.
Rebels win rodeo, proceeds go to Girlstown
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Calf roping, bulldogging and bronc riding were
some of the events entered by Tascosa Rodeo Club
members at the Tascosa-sponsored rodeo on Nov. 21
and 22 inthe Fair Park Coliseum.
Receiving all-around cowboy, Jerry Light, along
with Tom Stout, and Randy Jeffers helped Tascosa win
the rodeo with a total of 53 points.
Helping to get this year's club under way was the
sponsor Mrs. Darleen Russell. Officers for the year
were Tom Stout, president, Randy Jeffers, vice presi-
dent, Donny McElroy, secretary and as co-treasurers,
Jerry Light and Walter Cramer.
Projects for the year were raising money for Girls-
town and sponsoring a dance. Twenty five club mem-
bers attended a drug seminar in October, and used in-
formation g a i n ed to conduct similar conferences
throughout Amarillo and the Panhandle.
OUT OF CHUTE number two comes Kelly Hutchins as he rides his
bull "Sandstorm." This was the scene at Tascosa's rodeo.
RACING TO THE finish is sophomore Debbie
Jones. Barrel racing and pole bending are
the events which girls in the Rodeo Club
participate in. The object in barrel racing is
to see which girl has the best time and has
not made any faults.
National Honor Society drafts new members
New members were initiated into the National
Honor Society on Feb. 16. Sixty seniors and sixty-one
juniors joined the 45 members from last year to make
up the 1970 membership.
Students selected to membership must have a 90
or above scholastic average. They also must be of
good character, serve their school and exhibit leader-
ship as well as scholarship.
Martin Nussbaum served the group as president.
Melissa Musick was vice president. Becky Powell was
secretary and Kim McMorries, historian.
Sponsors for the society were Mrs. Judy Hath-
cock and Mrs. Carol Clark. Four t r a n sf e r students
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Sounds of blue-jacketed Navy cadets drilling on
Tascosa Baptist Church parking lot have become
ordinary sounds this year as the Naval Junior Reserve
Officers Training Corps came to the THS curriculum.
The course was taught by Lt. Cmdr. Charles R. Leonard
and En. C. Richard O. Styve, both USN fRet.J. The new
NROTC unit was formally commissioned by Rear Adm.
R. A. lVlacPherson Dec. 3.
NROTC is open to any person 14 years or older
and a full-time student at THS with the exception of
girls. The Naval Science course teaches students Navy
orientation and also helps them to become better
leaders, develop better teamwork habits along with
respecting their country. During the year, basic Naval
orientation is taught along with Naval customs and
PRACTICING WITH ARMS for the drill team are Erwin Geoffrey,
Edwin Evans and lvlark Mitchell. Part of ROTC is care of guns.
MIKE BRANDS, PHIL Tuttle and Gary Campbell are being in-
spected by Cmdr. Charles Leonard and Chief Richard Styve.
ORCHESTRA CLINIC WAS held Jan. 21-22 by guest conductor
Wayne Muller of Oklahoma State University. The Clinic gave the
orchestra students practice for the state convention.
THS Orchestra goes
to Dallas for concert
Selected the 1970 honor orchestra by the Texas
Music Teachers Association, the Rebel Orchestra trav-
eled to Dallas in February for a concert appearance at
the associations convention.
As a result of this honor, the orchestra was invi-
ted to present concerts at Abilene, Midland and South-
ern Methodist University in Dallas en route to the con-
vention. The trip was financed by contributions, a chili
supper and wrapping paper and foil sales.
November 20, the orchestra queen, Susan Fangio,
was presented in a special choir and orchestra con-
cert. Orchestra members selected for all-state were
Maurice Hood, violag Diane Moore, harp, Ruth Ann
Packard, violag Marc Satterwhite, string bass and John
Wheeler, clarinet. Karen Smith served as Concert Mis-
DIRECTOR BILL PORTER gives Mary Scivally advice before the
orchestra performs a number. Miss Scivally plays the clarinet.
Orchestra members chosen as Texas Music
ORCHESTRA MEMBERS ARE, lviollnsj Sandi Barber, Joanna
Burkett, Al Clark, Marshi Clark, Richard Cole, Patricia Dillon,
Susan Fangio, Corinna Giddens. Jean Gray, Cathy Henson, Ann
Hill, Phillip Hortenstine, Leslie Howell, Edwin Kingdom, Barbara
Gish, Monte Kunkel, Don McCal, Jo McGregor, Kay Polk, Gay
Roach, Ann Ross, Susan Shapiro, Noel Sloan, Karen Smith,
Kathryn Snider, Debbie Taylor, Doris Wossum, tviolasl Anne
Gaut, Maurice Hood, Ruth Ann Packard, Lynn Rigler, Bill Steel,
Priscilla Carver, fcellol Karen Backam, Sarah Holloway, Scott
Laxson, Paula Packard, Trumel McElroy, Elaine Palvadore, Mary
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Rebel Band marches
top rating in contest
'tMalaguena" and a lot of precision marching vvon
back the marching first division prize for this yearls
Rebel Band. The University lnterscholastic League
Contest was held in November at Canyon.
Kim McMorries and Melinda Brittain were this
year's drum majors. Head twirler was Gail Scott. Other
twirlers included Debbie Perdue, Kaye Altsman, Janet
Davidson, Judith Kolander and Nancy Perdue.
Serving as officers were Bob Lee, Presidentg Vance
McSwain, vice president, Debbie Perdue, secretary,
Rita Campbell, treasurer and Clifford Rucker, uniform
MEMBERS OF THE Rebel Band are ffront rowl John Wheeler,
Brenda Peterson, Bill Godfrey, Sherry Simms, Rosemary Adlong
Stephen Vaughan, Danny McCracken, Larry Chapman, Bob Kilmer,
Paul Standley, Randall Watson, David Daniel, Kelly Forkner,
Sandy Clark, Kim Kiihn, Sandy Sides, Debbie Smith, Anne Ash
worth, Brenda Porter, isecond rowl Nancy Perdue, Judith Ko
lander, Gail Scott, Debbie Perdue, Kaye Altsman, Melinda Brittain,
Kim McMorrles, fthird rowl Gary Ferguson, Bobby McFather, Barry
Schulkin, Sue Brooks, Mary Scivally, Kay Haily, Deonna Cox,
Debra Bradford, Robert Kindred, Charles Davis, David Hopson,
Marilyn Denton, Kathy Reed, Debbie Pfeil, Sharon O'Tanger, Fran-
cis Collins, Clarence Annett, Richard Perry, Bill Dyer, ffourth rowl
TASCOSA REBEL BAND entertained during halftime at every
football game after hours of practice to perfect the performances.
Cory Giddens, Tony Fiore, Ricky Wilcox, Mark Hassinger, Gary
Bone, Brent Burfield, Ricky -Summer, Steve Harper, Paul Sewell,
Jim Burkhalter, Ken Mernitz, Woody Bruner, Buddy Beene, Gaylon
Rankin, Susan Love, Ray Mack. Vance McSwain. Don Royal. Jim
Nelson, Homer Robbins, lfifth rowl Bob Lee. Tony Clark. Mark
Pligler, Joe Moorehead, Kim Campbell, Jim Ward, Kent Parge,
Daryl Litton, Rita Campbell. Vonnie Bural, Cathy Mask, Pam Owen,
Doug Bird. Clifford Rucker. Mike Hamlin. Billy Braudt, Ruth An-
derson. Mary Hervey. Jan Henslee and Janice Eddins.
Stage band wins two rating at Canyon contest
ln addition to the large band and orchestra orga-
nizations the Tascosa instrumental music department
includes the stage band and the Raider Band.
Members of the stage band, chosen by Bill Porter,
participated in contests in Canyon this year. Music
selections of the band are jazz and popular music.
Again this year band students from both organiza-
tions marched in the Tri-State Fair parade. Some in-
strumentalists entered solo and other ensemble con-
tests at both Enid and Canyon. Marching contests at
Canyon in early November rated the Rebel band a first
This year at Tascosa there were two band student
teachers. They are David Hines and Wayne Baucam.
On the agenda for the Honor Orchestra was a
tour to Dallas Feb. 10. This was for the Texas Music
Educators Association convention. The top-ranked
orchestra in Texas is tentatively planning a trip to Eu-
rope this summer.
MEMBERS OF STAGE Band are tfront
rowl Jim Nelson, Bill Braudt, Francis Col
lins, Bill Dyer, Bobbi McFather, Homer
Robbins, tsecond rowl Marc Satterwhite
Joe Morehead, Kim Campbell, Mark Rig-
ler, Bob Lee, tthird rowl Kelly Forkner,
Doug Stewart, Mark Hassinger, Bob Kill-
mer, Vance McSwain, Paul Sewell and
Kenny Mernitz. January 31 the stage band
went to UIL stage band contest and made
a second division.
BILL PORTER, DIRECTS the Rebel band
daily as they practice during sixth period.
Again this year, the band traveled to Enid
for a contest.
SEASON'S GREETING WERE extended by 'Santa Pot, tBill Porterl,
director of Tascosa's band and orchestra as members of the band
decorated the bandroom to provide holiday spirit. Porter is nick-
named 'Bo Pot' by the members ofthe band and orchestra.
MEMBERS OF THE Raider Band are tfront rowj director Wayne
White, Debra Kunkel, Belinda Spear, Barbara Payne, Gloria Gibson,
Debbie Kraus, Vicki Harper, Shelley Myers, Mark Few, Don Willis,
Wayne Bryant, Diana Foulk, Jerry Lane, Kirk Dunham, Janet Mayo,
Cindy Fry, Deanie Wedgeworth, Dana Moore, Joan Roksandich,
Ruth Wherry, Stacy Mays, tdrum majorb Kenny Roberts, tassistant
drum majorl Johnny Edwards, tsecond rowj J. C. Sowers, Karen
Demers, Shirley Davidson, Becky Bishop, Vicki Pruitt, Kim Zins-
meyer, Dorinda Newton, LuAnn Jones, Don Washburn, ttwirlerl
Janet Davidson, Stephi McMorries, David Jackson, Kathy McLane,
Mike Roach, Anna Hays, Cindy Lester, Donna Kennedy, and Shan-
na Mobley, tthird rowl Dianne Hamlin, Roger Rucker, Mike Moor-
head, Mike Miller, Jim Siman, Ricky Rowell, Doug Stewart, Weslie
Robbins, Weldon Taylor, Mark Stiff, Jay Elliot, Eldon Anderson,
Mark Garlin, Paul Huff, Jim McKee, Robert Fowler, Andy Mager,
and Belinda Peterson, tfourth rowl Steve Synck, Steve Thompson,
Steve Walters, Mark Smith, Mike Monroe, Mark Probst, Karen Swis-
her, Mike lsley, Randy Sharp, Dennis Snellgrove, Marc Satterwhite,
Robert Carr, Dewey Franks, Suzy Gallarneau, Stacy Stutzman,
Charles Phillips, David York, Thelma Pennington, Kay Brownlee and
JOHN WHEELER, STUDENT conductor, is in charge
of the basketball band. The group entertains at
home games and plays the National Anthem.
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LES CHANTEURS SINGERS are tfirst rowl Steve Horrell, Kelly
Forkner, Paul Fredrickson, Steve Garre, Leslie Garrett, Steve Meek,
Jeff Sheldon, Randy Christian, David Keller, Lewis Kennedy, Jim-
my Woodman, Steve Geiger, tsecond rowl Melanie Blumer, Diane
Morre, Darla Bassett, Carolyn Carlsson, Kathy McNeil, Jana Far-
well, Pam Owens, Linda Pope, Patty Daniel, Brenda Porter, Debbie
Jones, Chris Wallace, Leah Newman, Rita Van Doren, Marilyn
Martin, Cthird rowl Philip Tuttle, Tara Lowenstern, Connie Mercer,
Melessia Musick, Shonnie Grahm, Linda Haynes, Rhonda Sutton,
Penny Morton, Linda Morris, Sydney Sattertield, Sheila O'Keefe,
Sheery Guinn, Beverly Beeson, Joyce Chandler, Roxann Monroe,
Sharon Cummings, Amy Howard, Debbie Merritt, Marilyn Miracle,
Corinne Irwin, Valerie McCarthy, director Frank Frisbie, ffourth
rowl Ronnie Barber, Kathy Wattenburger, Valorie Sasser, Carolyn
Dyson, Debby Cothern, Mellissa Parker, Cathy Thut, Vona Deaver,
Anne Ashworth, Virginia Walters, Janet Cammack, Sherri Sullivan,
Pebble Hill, Sandy St. John, Elaine Sparks, Karen Price, Michele
Gwinn, Cheryl Vernon, Margaret Orlds, Becky Stockdale, Mark
Owens,tfifth rowl George Lutz, Jackie Anderson, Billy Braudt,
Phillip Smith, David Koontz, Shirly Sneed, Karen Lowry, Jan
Bruton, Cindy Bragg, Roberta Dowell, Linda Adams, Janice Scrog-
gins, Linda Lampe, Kevin Crowell, Randy Richardson, Gerry Hol-
linger, Jerry Lewis, Mark Camp, isixth rowl Jon Hackler, Johnny
Parker, Dennis Bashioum, Paul Standley, Stan Stockton, Randy
Newby, David Garrett, Jon Vanderwilt, Dayle Tipton, Rusty Seedig,
Mark Baker, Tim Jenkins, Brian Calhoun, Tim Coley and Robert
MEMBERS OF THE Rebelettes are lfront rowj Pat Pickard, Susie
Melinger, P. K. Pfister, lsecond rowl Larraine Quinn, Jenny Smith,
Denise Miller, Mary Riddlespurger, tthird rowl Anne Gaut, Jan
Campbell, LuAnn Jones, Barbara Reese and Connie lmel.
Frisbie in initial year
as director of choirs
Hold that note! . . .Come on altosl. . .was heard
during the year as 109 junior and senior members of
Les Chanteurs rehearsed under the direction of Frank
Frisbie, new to Tascosa this year.
Girls in black brocade evening dresses and boys
wearing red blazers sang "The Hallelujah Chorus" and
'tin God We Trustl' as a few of the outstanding per-
formances throughout the year,
During the Christmas season the Les Chanteurs
joined with the choirs from the other high schools in
Amarillo for the first time to perform a Christmas
SHOWING THE BLACK brocade choir dresses are sophomores
Suzy Spencer and Melinda Duncan. Boys wear red blazers.
MEMBERS OF THE fifth period Girls Glee Club are tfront rowj
Sherri Talley, Patricia Braboy, Floxanne Campbell, Jan Bremer,
Robin Borger, Brenda Woodard, Sandi Hicks, tsecond rowj Jan
Henderson, Carole Cosmic. Georgena Womack, Diann Phillips, Gay
Howard. Becky Hawkins, Sharon Wickham, Brenda Duncan, Me-
linda Duncan, Nancy Palmer, jthird rowj Susanne Brown. Marihelen
Ewing. Moira Blackburn. Deidre Stricklin, Debbie Abrahamson.
Brenda Clark, Caroline Sittel, Gayle Kidwell, Kim Peres, Leigh
Leard, tfourth rowi Annette Korelc, Lolie Day, Nina Halford, Step-
hanie Fiedd, Cheryle Fiudd, Cherry Balfour, Ruth McCormick, Denise
Adkins, Suzan Gilles, tfifth rowj Ftegie Thykeson, Paige Johnson.
Suzy Spencer. Mary Richardson, Patti Collier. Deniece Gidden.
Debbie Barnes, Melody Stockton, Nancy Emmett. and Gloria Gibson.
THS Girls Glee Club
stages city programs
GirI's Glee Club is composed ot 150 girls in black
brocade dresses. Presenting numerous programs with
the other two choirs is the 41-member Menls Glee
Competing for honors, the choirs travel to Tri-
State Music Festival in Enid, Oklahoma. They also
participate in the regional contest in Amarillo. The
choirs sing under the direction of Frank Frisbie.
MR. WAYNE WHITE directs his first period girl's choir. He is also
the band director for the sophomore band.
MEMBERS OF THE first period Girls Glee Club are ffront rowi Co-
lette Casper, Debbie Schuler, Becky Murphy, Anne Gaut, Lora Mar-
tin, Linda Foster, Nancy Saddoris, Allison Murff, Becky Beyman,
Karla Kenyon, tsecond rowj Kris Ochsner, Terri Myers, Sheri Wheir,
Janice Flichmond, Marcia Wilson, Karen Solomon, Vicki Summers,
Peggy Wade, Karen Myers, Ninon Petit, Wanda Bell, Marla McGill,
ithird rowi Susan Smith, Marla Rupp, Jan Campbell, Gail Watkins,
Connie lmel, Barbara Erwin, Lea France, Stephanie Grant. Judy
Parker, Dana Moore, Debbie Brock, Diane Guthrie ffourth rowl
Larraine Quinn, Barbara Sampson, Kim Kohler, Robin Cramer, Cindy
Carter, Debbie Deaton, Toni Howard, Lily Harwell, Suzanne Pickard,
Debbie Smith, Susan McNew, ftifth rowi Cindy Turner, Marla Burtz,
Pat Baker, Cathy Warnick, Pat Pickard, Lou Ann Jones, Paula Pat-
ton, Cindy Hamilton, Debbie Truman, Beverly Alred, and Sharon
SIXTH PERIOD GIRLS Glee Club mem-
bers are lfront rowl Linda Beesley, Linda
Burgess, Emily Elton, Hazel Milton, Holly
Vernon, Susan Stewart, Debbie Halberg,
isecond rowl Cathy Jackson, Rhonda Zum-
walt, Mary Riddlespurger, Jan Lassiter,
Cindy Landers, P. K. Pfister, Barbara Reese,
Martha Bland, lthird rowl Linda Beck, Patty
Tucker, Valerie Sparks, Tera Tuttle, Karen
Wallace, Denise Miller, Gail McClellan,
ifourth rowl Jenelle Woodward, Gail Al-
lison, Patsy Rudd, Patricia Blades, Susie
Melinger, Diane Deaver, Janice Tarpley,
Lynn Morris, Kathy Alsobrook, ififth rowl
Leslie Nelson, Debbie Burg, Renee Hager.
Jenny Smith, Diane Daniel, Janell Cazzell,
Debbie Blakesly and Debbie Noble.
MEMBERS OF THE third period Boys Glee Club are Bill Thompson Rue Allan Rexrode Scott Spencer, fthird rowi Phil Richards, Rex
Mitch Decker Steven Dillard Lee Riley Dick Abrahamson Tom Warren Charles Graham Mark Miller, Chris Brashears, Randy Click,
Tigert Mike Hamilton Mike Christal fsecond rowl Rex Seedig Weldon Hill tfourth rowl Kim Knepp, Dean Wilson, Bob Sharp, Cur-
Doug Lester John Adamson Mike Morrow Tom Holloway Nelson tis Hail Rusty Richardson Tim Jenkins and Oliver Shelton.
THS drama students
Presenting the television adaptation of Hans Christ-
ian Anderson's "The Princess and the Pea", the drama
department combined with the choir to present "Once
Upon a Mattress." The musical which was written for
television was the first production of this type for Tas-
Cast members for the musical "Showboat" were
announced in January. Countless hours of preparation
were necessary for the large production which included
a cast of more than 80 members plus the orchestra.
All drama students and some choir members spent
hours working on costumes and scenery for the per-
formances. Backstage productions highlighted the dra-
ma classes achievements for fourth and fifth periods.
In January, drama classes began searching for a
one-act play for the annual interscholastic League One-
Act Play competition. Last year, the drama students did
Eugene lonesco's "Exit the King" with which the de-
partment won state championship. Travis Dean and
Georgia Clinton were named best actor and actress in
Texas class AAAA.
PRACTICING FOR THE musical "Showboat" are Suzie Tunnell and
Johnny Edwards. The cast of the musical practiced every morning
from 7:15 until school started, during sixth period and after school.
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Working to put out the Pioneer every two weeks,
were the fourteen staff members including tri-editors
Valorie Canney, Melessia Musick and Marla Riddle-
Miss Canney and Bill Godfrey, features editor,
attended a workshop last summer at Texas Tech in
Lubbock. They learned how to put out a paper.
The staff was represented at the Texas High
School Press Association, in December, and the Inter-
scholastic League Press Conference, at Austin, in
March. Also Jay Jorden, news editor, and Miss Rid-
dlesburger attended "That Drug Thing" at the Univer-
sity of Texas in Austin where they learned how to re-
port the drug situation for the high school papers.
Fun for the staff began after the papers had been
returned by the printer. Paper stuffing parties, were
hosted by the staff.
The papers issued for the 1968-69 year received
the All-American rating from NSPA in Minnesota.
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DECIDING ON PICTURES for the newspaper are Kevin Kennedy
and Marianne Brandy fabove rightl. Kennedy was the sports editor
and Miss Bandy, editorials editor.
STUFFING, A JOURNALIST'S term for inserting the middle pages
of a newspaper into the outer page, requires the attention of
Pioneer photography coordinator Laurel Robertson and advertising
manager Barbara Badgett tabovel.
PROOFREADING AN EDITORIAL for the Pioneer, tri-editor-in-
chief Valorie Canney frightl checks copy for mistakes before each
issue is published. Other responsibilities include writing the col-
umn 'tTri-AngIes," determining editorial policy and supervising
the drawing of layouts.
"SMILE" SAYS JOHN Fullingim, senior
photographer for the Pioneer. Emerging
from the darkroom only to get instructions,
he and eight other photographers prepare
pictures for the paper and yearbook.
THE NEXT issue of the Pioneer are Lynn Binnion, Staff members hold meetings after each issue is distributed to
editorg Melessia Musick, editor and Jay Jorden, news editor. map out plans forthe next two weeks.
"GIRL, WE HAVE got to meet that dead-
line." "I am going to get something to eat,
so work faster." Scissors fa stray dog that
wandered into room 210 late one deadline
evej supervises Heidi Swauger as she tries
to meet her deadline for the Las Memorias.
WRITING AND REWRITING headlines to make them fit are C0-edi- Memorias, Adding machines make it easier to count the headlines
tor David Garlin, and Nancy Perdue, sports editor for the Las Other dutiesinclude copy writing and picture cropping.
Yearbook goes mod
with mosaic makeup
Modern mosaic type layout with modern type was
the style used for this years yearbook.
Editors for the year were Diane Duncan and David
Garlin. Winston Odom was the advisor.
A first for Tascosa will be a Yearbook supplement,
to be distributed in late August or early September.
Enid, UIL contest and graduation will be a part of this
Journalists who participated in the summer work-
shops at Texas Tech were Diane Duncan, David Gar-
Iin, Nancy Perdue and Heidi Swauger.
The 1968-69 yearbook received the Texas High
School Press Associations All-Texas Award, and First
Class Awards from Columbia University and University
SALLY SEARIGHT ACTIVITIES editor for the yearbook, is shown
typing her copy. The yearbook staff meets third period every day.
These students may sign up for one additional workshop.
CHECKING LAYOUTS FOR the Las Mem-
orias to send to the printer are Diane
Duncan and Helen Parr. Miss Duncan is
the editor, and Miss Parr is the associate
editor for the yearbook.
Ashworth heads city
Setting overall policy for Amarillo's public schools
is the job of the seven-member School Board. Imple-
menting the board's decisions is the job of superinten-
dent Robert Ashworth.
Completing his thirteenth year as school system
administrator, Ashworth is in charge of the system's
curriculum and personnel. He also sets the year's
schedule. "I guess the only time the school kids realize
l'm around is when I tell them to go to school the
morning after the first snow each winter!" he joked.
Among Ashworth's associates are business man-
ager Oscar Bounds, director of personnel Howard W.
Amick, and David Austin, the system's director of
Tascosa English teacher Mrs. Hazel Davis also
serves as the system's coordinator of English. Merton
T. Fuquay, who teaches data processing at THS, heads
the system's data processing department.
School board members include president W. W.
Carter, vice president Mrs. David Kritser, L. P. Babb
Jr., Peter A. Dallas, Bill J. Montgomery, Ben H. Stone,
and Dr. Edward F. Thomas.
SUPERINTENDENT ROBERT ASHWORTH oversees the curriculum,
finances, policy and personnel of Amarillo's 53 public schools.
OSCAR F. BOUNDS, fseatedl, business
manager, confers with Howard Amick, per-
sonnel directorg David Austin, secondary
education director and special services di-
rector Rob Tipps.
J. E. Fergason leads
In his three years at Tascosa, principal J. E. Ferga-
son has maintained expressed interest in all aspects
of Rebeland including scholarship, athletics and extra-
A high school principal wears many hats, and
Fergason fills them all. He supervises the schooI's
overall instruction program, attends all school activities,
and serves as a vital link between parents, students
Although seldom seen because much of his work
is done behind the door in the office, he has told Rebels
many times that his door is always open to them. When-
ever anyone from Tascosa goes as far as district in any
UIL competition, they know that they can expect to see
Fergason whether the contest is in Canyon or Odessa.
Fergason came to THS in 1967 after ten years as
principal of David Crockett Junior High. He also served
as principal at Sam Houston Junior High. A graduate
of North Texas State University with a bachelor of arts
and West Texas with a masters, the longtime adminis-
trator is a representative of Tascosa at regional and
national educational conferences.
PRINCIPAL J. E. FERGASON talks with Student Council president
Martin Nussbaum about school activities. Increased dialogue be-
tween faculty and students marked the 1969-70 school year.
Office trio regulates
A trio of stalwarts-Lewis Martin, Jane Williams
and Clair Mayes-aids principal J. E. Fergason in see-
ing that the city's largest school is run smoothly.
Martin, the assistant principal, is in charge of the
boys. He checks out text books and, as he says, "does
anything that Fergason needs him to do." His voice is
a familiar part of the afternoon announcements to
every Tascosa Rebel.
This is the second year that Martin has been as-
sisted by Mayes. Besides teaching two classes of
trigonometry, he has been given complete charge of
the audio-visual department. Mayes works with the
film boys and makes the film schedules. He also helps
Martin with the supervision of tardies, detentions and
general discipline of the boys.
Discipline of the girls is left to Miss Williams,
dean of girls. She also serves as co-ordinator of activ-
ities and directs the Miss Southern Belle Presentation.
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL LEWIS Martin engages in a hurried chat
with secretary Mrs. Mary Alice Cline. Martin is charged with the
job of keeping the male side of the scholastic community informed
of the policies. Mrs. Cline is the silent organizer of the office.
Lewis Martin, B.S.,
M.Ed.g Texas Tech,
Clair S. Mayes, B.B.A.,
University, West Tex-
Jane Williams, B.S.
M.Ed.g West Texas
Colorado State Uni-
versity, Dean of Girls
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SUPEFIVISING HUNGRY STUDENTS, Jane Williams and Clair Mayes periods. Aiding J. E. Fergason and Lewis Martin, Miss Willie and
perform the duties of cafeteria patrolmen during all four busy lunch Mayes help direct all phases of student discipline and activities.
1 24 FACU LTY
Grade counselors aid
Solving problems, changing schedules and giving
tests are just a part of the life of Tascosa's three coun-
selors, E.L. Hammit, Mrs. Polyanna Kimmins and Mar-
garet Haley. Mrs. Kimmins gives the juniors the iowa
Test of Educational Development QITEDD and the National
Merit Scholarship Test QNMSTD. The National Educational
Development Test tNEDTj is administered to the sopho-
mores by Miss Haley. Hammit gives the seniors the Pre-
liminary Scholastic Aptitude Test QPSATJ and advises them
concerning their preparation for college.
Margaret Haley, B.A.,
M.A.g University of
nator for American
E.L. Hammit, B.S., Mrs. Pollyanna Kim-
M.A., Ed.S.g West mins, B.A., M.A.g
Texas, E.L. Univer- West Texas, Junior
sity of Coloradog Counselor.
Counselor for Se-
COUNSELORS MRS. POLLYANNA Kimmins and Margaret Haley proc-
tor the Iowa Test of Educational Development given to juniors. The
testing period lasts three days.
WEARING HIS TRADITIONAL Rebel shirt,
counselor for seniors E.L. Hammit aids Ann
Wheeler with plans for graduation.
Mrs. Helen Teague, Fl.N.g Lubbock Mem
orial Hospital, Texas Tech, School Nurse.
Amada Vidaurri, B.A.: University of Texasg
Mrs. Mary Black, Attendance Clerk.
Mrs. Alma Bundy, Library Clerk.
M rs. Mary Cline
Mrs. Julia Harris,
Mrs. Jean Myers
Mrs. Olivia Pickard
Mrs. Dorothy Ter-
TASCOSA'S ATTENDANCE CLERK Mrs. Jean Myers and cashier students. Mrs. Myers, along with Mrs. Dorothy Terwilliger and Mrs
Mrs. Olivia Pickard are observed over the counter so familiar to Mary Black, keeps track of THS' average daily attendance.
Nurse, office, library
help troubled Rebels
Serving as a source of information for many stu-
dents is the Tascosa library. As sophomores, students
are introduced to the library in orientation given during
their English periods by the head librarian, Amada
The office personnel takes care of the business of
Tascosa. They perform such varied duties as attendance
recording, bookkeeping and filing reports.
Whenever a Rebel feels sick, Mrs. Helen Teague,
the school nurse, is sure to attend to them. This, how-
ever, ls not her most important job. Mrs. Teague tries
to teach the students basic health, in the age when
people most abuse their health, by their eating and
sleeping habits. She, also screens the students for de-
fects, by use of the health appraisals.
HGURGHGGGURGJ' MUMBLES Susan Shapiro as she gargles
Mrs. Helen Teague's miracle cure for sore throat-salty water.
Mrs. Teague's health office, just off the commons, serves students
and teachers alike by providing first aid and many physical tests.
T0 COMPLETE HIS book report Richard
Sherrod seeks the aid of Amada Vidaurri,
school librarian. Miss Vidaurri and her
assistants are on duty from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
each day. The latest in reference and lei-
sure reading is available.
FACU LTY 127
Data processing, ROTC added to curriculum
Along with the regular sights and sounds of 1968-
69, students heard the punching of keys, and the "not
so familiar sounds of the sorter, reproducer and other
data processing machines.
This was the first year for any of the public
schools to have the privilege of using these machines
to teach students who were interested in data
Merton Fuquay, coordinator of data processing in
the Amarillo school district, and Dianne Davis, instruc-
tor, scheduled classes in the morning hours for stu-
dents from other Amarillo schools since it is the only
course of its type in Amarillo. Tascosa students could
enroll for afternoon classes.
Principles of data processing, automated process-
ing with electromechanical equipment, operations and
functions and application in business were taught.
Sounds of drilling by the blue-jacketed Navy ca-
dets were also a new part of the daily routine this year.
Lt.Cmdr. Charles R. Leonard and En.C. Richard O.
Styve, both USN tRet.l, taught the Naval Junior Reserve 5
Training Corps courses. t
Open to any person 14 years old or older who is a
fulltime student at THS-with no girls permitted-
NROTC teaches students Navy orientation and also
helps them to become better leaders and to respect
their country. A "C" average must be maintained to
stay in the program.
JUNIOR PRESTON DUCKWORTH is being fitted for his NROTC
uniform while other cadets stand by waiting their turn. The battal-
ions marched in uniform on Tuesdays and Fridays of each week.
NROTC BOYS STAND stern faced tbelowl while they go through
their daily drills. Precision marching attributes to their self-disci-
pline and teamwork. Leonard and Styve conduct inspections.
Lt. Cmdr. Charles R. En. C. Richard O.
Leonard, BS, Univer- Styve, NROTC.
sity of Texas at Aus-
tin, Naval Science.
Dianne Davis, B.B.A.g Merton Fuquay, B.S.g
West Texasg Data Baylor: Coordinator
Processing. of Data Processing.
SENIOR LANE BURTZ observes the sorting machine working. Data
processing brought many new machines to Tascosa's supply.
RUNNING THE ACCOUNTING machine, senior Linda Smith enjoys two-hour classes were completely filled during the course's first
the automation which data processing brought to Tascosa. Three yearin arenovated air-conditioned barracks.
FACU LTY 129
Choir, band leaders
join Reb music staff
New this year to the Tascosa music faculty were
Wayne White and Frank Frisbie. They joined Bill
Porter as directors in the music department.
White served as sophomore band director and
also taught music theory. Tascosa was White's first
teaching job, and he moonlighted as choir director at
a local church.
Frisbie was director of the Girls Glee Club, the
Boys Glee Club and the Les Chanteurs. He came to
Tascosa from Bonham Junior High where he taught
Porter served as director of the All-State Honor
Orchestra, a first division marching band, the Tas-
cosa Stage Band and the Rebel Concert Band.
DIRECTING HIS FIFTH period Girls Glee Club, Tascosa's choir
director Frank Frisbie shows the evenness of the notes he
wishes his girls to acquire.
Frank Frisbie, B.M.E., Bill Po rte r, B.M.E., Wayne White, B.M.E.,
West Texas, Girls M.Ivl.E., University of West Texas, Music
Glee, Boys Glee, Les Oklahoma, Band, Or- Theory, Sophomore
Chanteurs. chestra. Band and Choir.
PREPARING FOR DAILY practice in sixth period band, Darrell
Litton assembles his trombone.
Lucy Arrez, B.A.,
West Texas, Spanish,
Mrs. Georgette Daia,
B.A., M.S., University
of Texas, Texas Tech,
West Texas, French
and Spanish, French
Mrs. Beverly Milligan,
B,A., West Texas,
English and Spanish,
Mrs. Doris Mitchell,
B.S., University of
Mrs. Mary Ann Rob-
erts, B.A., Stephens
College, University of
Slape, B.A., West
Texas State, Spanish,
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ATTENDING AN EARLY morning lab, sophomore Thelma Pennington
reviews exercises recorded on tapes. Spanish students were found in
the laboratories before and after school throughout the year.
Foreign speech labs
held for student use
Walking down the upstairs, south wing hall, one
may hear Latin mottos, French verbs and Spanish dia-
logues as the language teachers conduct their classes.
Teaching classes in Spanish are Lucy Arrez, Mrs.
Beverly Milligan, Mrs. Mary Roberts and Mrs. Jacqueline
Slape. Mrs. Doris Mitchell teaches Latin and Mrs.
Georgette Daia instructs French and Spanish. Miss
Arrez, Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Daia sponsor Spanish,
Latin and French Clubs respectively.
NEW LATIN TEACHER Mrs. Doris Mitchell uses facial expressions
and hand gestures to teach the "not-so-dead" language.
ENJOYING A LATIN menu, several "Roman Rebels" engage in eat- December. The commons was decorated like Caesars palace for
ing, drinking and being merry at the cIub's annual banquet held in the Latin festivity held before Christmas holidays.
ADMIRING A MODEL of the Parthenon, Robert Kindred, Patty Pinks-
ton, John Wheeler, Sandi Barber, Linda Burgess, Susan Fangio and
Rolland Jenkins attired in Roman togas actively study Roman culture.
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AS PRESENTED AT the Latin Club's banquet, Rex David Herber
and Regina Judith Kolander model their Roman Robes.
Romans fete royalty,
hold winter banquet
Led by its new sponsor, Mrs. Doris Mitchell, the
1969-70 Latin Club elected as favorites, Judith Kolan-
der tReginal and David Herber tRexl.
Miss Kolander is a twirler in the Rebel Band and
last year she served as a twirler in the Raider Band.
Herber was chosen last year as sophomore favorite.
He plays offensive end and defensive linebacker for
the Rebel football team. Herber also made the all-dis-
Rex and Regina were elected by the Latin classes
and the final decision was announced at the annual
Latin banquet, December 4. At the banquet, the stu-
dents and their guests were entertained with selected
classics performed by John Wheeler on the clarinet
and Marc Satterwhite at the piano. "Three Together,"
a singing group, sang folk songs. Rev. Orris Sougstad
of the Beautiful Saviour Lutheran Church spoke at the
Consuls in this year's Latin Club were Susan Fan-
gio and Patty Pinkston. Other officers were Janice Scog-
gins, secretary-treasurer, Marc Satterwhite, program
chairman and Mark Smith, publicity chairman.
SPEAKING AT THE Latin Club's annual winter banquet held De-
cember 4, was Rev. Orris Sougstad of Beautiful Savior Lutheran.
KAREN BAILEY MARY Hill Jenny Wilson Melissa Mok and Kathie Mendez join together in dis-
cussing and translating Latin Mrs Doris Mitchell instructs Latin five periods a day.
Spanish Club backs
Los Ninos campaign
Sponsoring the "Operation Ninos" QOperation
Children in Englishl to raise five hundred dollars for
the underprivileged children in Latin America are the
members in Spanish Club.
Presiding over the meetings, which are held on the
second and fourth Thursday of each month, is presi-
dent Browning Lloyd. Other officers include Barry
Shulkin, vice presidentg Terry Chalston, secretary-
treasurerg Pan American Student Forum Chairman,
Flandy Evansg Valorie McCarthy, Projects Chairmang
Julie Glover and Debbie Jones, Publicity co-Chairmen.
Part of Randy Evans' duties are to be in direct contact
with the state office in Austin.
Lucy Arrez, Mary Ann Roberts, and Jacqueline
Slape were sponsors of the club.
TAKING A LAST minute glance over her notes, Martha Basset
prepares to speak about her trip last summer to South America.
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SELLING CANDY FOR the "Operation Ninos" projects is encouraged by Mrs Jacqueline
Slape as she gives Perry Ladd the two types of sweets which were sold
READING MINUTES OF the last Spanish Club meeting, secretary
Terry Gholston takes the spotlight in the podium.
SPANISH CLUB IVIEMBERS, Janey Greenhouse, Debbie Holland,
and Chuck Shattgen put together a donkey pinata.
MISSY HOPSON, SHARON Smith and Terry Gholston discuss activities of the Spanish club during an after
school meeting. Club members enter contests in March.
French pupils award
grant, have sleep-in
Led by its president, Valerie Sasser, the French
Club has strived to earn money for a scholarship.
Selling candy and other sweets in class has
brought part of the scholarship money. Additional
money was taken from the French Club fund. This
scholarship goes to a second-year French student and
is given on the basis of need and grades. Debbie Dav-
is, vice president said, "The French Club hopes that
this can become another THS tradition."
Many parties were enjoyed by French Clubbers
during the 1969-70 school year. A Christmas party
was given at Valerie Sasser's on December 18. Mrs.
Daia, sponsor, was initiated in the American tradition
of giving slumber parties as she held a "sleep-in" in
her home during the Spring for the French Club girls.
"Antigone," a play done entirely in French was given
in Canyon on February 8. The French Club attended
this drama as a group. The year was ended with a
party given at Lake Tanglewood.
FRENCH CLUB MEMBER, Vona Deaver looks over the poster and
program ofthe play "Antigone", which the classes attended.
DISCUSSING PLANS FOR their next French club meeting are offi-
cers Valerie Sasser, presidentg Debbie Davis, vice-presidentg
Mandy Vance, secretary, Beverly Beeson, treasurer. Mrs. Georg-
ette Daia serves as club sponsor again this year.
FROM BON JOUR at the beginning of class to Bon Soir at the end, Mrs. Georgette
Daia's fifth period French class studies both the grammar and translation.
MIXING UP CUPCAKES, Marilyn Miracle
raises money for the ciub's scholarship.
i FACULTY 137
Q I I ,K I
Mrs. Patsy C. Birge, B.A., McMurry College,
West Texas, English.
Mrs. Lynette Brown, B.A., Southwestern Uni-
Jo Ann Byrd, B.A., West Texas, English.
Mrs. Hazel B. Davis, B.A., M.A., Alabama
College, West Texas, English.
Mrs. Josephine DeSalvo, B.A., M.A., Arkan-
sas State Teacher's College, George Pea-
body Teacher's College, West Texas, En-
Mrs. Robbie D. Dewald, B.A., M.E., West
Texas, English, interscholastic League
Mrs. Betty Lay, B.A., West Texas, English.
Louise Hamm, B.A., M.A., West Texas, Uni-
versity of Texas, University of Colorado,
Mrs. Judy Hathcock, B.A., M.A., Texas Tech
University, English, National Honor Soci-
Mrs. Beverly Lynch, B.A., M.A., University of
Texas, Texas Tech University, West Texas,
Mrs. Kaye McBride, B.A., West Texas, En-
Mrs. Jane B. Moore, B.A., West Texas, En-
glish, Wrestling Spirits.
Mrs. Darleen Russell, B.A., M.A., North Texas
State University, West Texas, English,
Dr. Everett Sample, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Univer-
sity of Oklahoma, Duke University, English.
Kathy Winburn, B.A., Amarillo College, West
Texas, English, Future Teachers of Amer-
Mrs. Thelma Lu Worthen, B.A., Oklahoma
State University, Oklahoma Baptist Uni-
versity, Colorado University, University of
California, University of Wisconsin, New
Mexico State University, English.
SENIOR RUSTY SEEDIG operates the projector in Mrs Darleen students are the controlled reader SRA tests and jump ropes
Russell's speedreading class. Among the other aids used by her Ropes help develop coordination neededfor rapid reading
student word usage
If a student or teacher had walked into Louise
Hamm's English class, he might have taken several
good, long looks at the blackboard at the front of the
Why should this be? On the board was written,
"The golius flet in the somtion is not the ploitism. The
twenticiah is sluly the garth of the abish. The minful
glutard is that the blutish plation has not yet squiged,
where is glemnity. They javeled as kam without atash-
ness." This is not a new form of English or a new lan-
guage, but a concept of the Carnegie Plan to recognize
class forms of words by their endings and positions in
the sentence. This is intended to help a student gain
a larger vocabulary, and is used primarily in the A-
"FAIR IS FOUL, and foul is fair . . quotes Jo Ann Byrd as she
imitates one of the witches in Shakespeare's Macbeth tor her
senior English classes. Miss Byrd travelled extensively last sum-
mer, visiting, among other places, Walden Pond and the homes of
Longfellow and Emerson.
KEEPING HER CLASSES informed about college happenings, Mrs.
Beverly Lynch discusses the moratorium at TCU with the aid of
its student newspaper, The Skiff. Mrs. Lynch urges her students to
subscribe to the paper ofthe college they plan to attend.
PROBLEMS ARISING FROM the com-
plexity of logarithms and trigonometric
functions combined with decimals and
fractions in second-year algebra are
smoothed over by Bob Howington in
helping a student.
David Camfield, B.S., M.Ed., Arkansas Tech,
University of Arkansas, Consumer math, Re-
lated math, Basketball.
B. H. Clark, B,A., M.Ed., West Texas, Uni-
versity of New Mexico, Trigonometry, Math
Mrs. Carol Clark, B.S., West Texas, Geom-
etry, National Honor Society.
John Colson, B.S., West Texas, Algebra,
Jerry Foster, B.A., Texas A8tM, Related
Bob Howington, B.S., Midwestern University,
Algebra, Football, Track.
Duane Huey, B.A., Western New Mexico,
Mrs. Bonnie Preston, B.A., M.E., Wayland
Baptist College, Texas Tech, Algebra.
Jerry Smith, B.S., West Texas, Algebra,
Geometry, Number Sense.
Mrs. Lois Taylor, B.S., University of Texas,
Leland Wilhelm, B.S., M.A., Southwestern
State College, Louisiana State University,
Mrs. Lenore Wilson, B.A., University of
Texas, West Texas, Amarillo College, Geom-
etry, Math analysis, Tascosa Youth Council.
140 FACU LTY
MRS. LENORE WILSON explains to Gary Bonnette some of the
fundamentals of basic geometry using a mathematical graph. Ge-
ometry 31-32 is required before a student may take trigonometry
or advanced math courses.
Pupils display talent
by using math skills
Over 1,500 Tascosa students develop their mathe-
matics skills daily in 54 classes.
Thirteen instructors under the new department
head Mrs. Lois Taylor teach a curriculum of eleven dif-
ferent courses. The two related math courses pertain to
the basic principles of algebra. Fundamentals of arith-
metic are stressed in consumer math and Math 40R.
Algebraic functions and the applications of factoring,
graphing, sets, radicals and progressions are covered
in the algebra courses. Geometry developes skills in
proportions and constructions. The trigonometric func-
tions are used in the solving of triangles. Advanced
students study matrices, determinates, induction, an-
alytical geometry, calculus and limits the three math
analysis courses offered.
CRUMPLED WADS OF notebook paper lie on senior Johnnie Cos-
mic's desk as he tries to work out his math problems with the aid
ofa slide rule.
GLEN REEVES, JOHN Gass, Hanne Sundby and Druce Reiley all do their share of work in Biology 50 as they dissect a pig
s ' A Qi
Dallas Christian, B.S., Hardin-Simmons Uni-
versityg Biology, Coach.
Mrs. Janice Hargrave, B.S., West Texas, Bi-
Barbara Jo Harris, M.A., University of Texas,
Mrs. Linda Honaker, B.S., West Texas, Chem-
Charles L. Jones, B.S., M.S., M.B.A,, Texas
Tech, Southwestern Louisiana, Ohio State
University, West Texas, Chemistry, Physics.
Gary Littrell, B.A., M.S., University of Denver,
Texas A8tlg Biology.
Johnny Lowry, B.S., M.Ed., West Texas,
University of Texas, Biology, Coach.
Arnold R. Re nolds B.S. Universit of Okla-
y , , Y
Mrs. Mickey Willis, B.S., M.Ed., NTSU, West
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Biology lab students
cut ham into pieces
Tascosa science students this year ventured into
fantastic and often frustrating flights into the phenom-
ena of amoebae, parameciae and formulae.
Such creatures as worms, birds and snakes faced
the scalpels brandished by dissecting Ftebs in the bi-
ology labs. Assorted vapors and fumes made an ap-
pearance in the science wing as chemistry students
experimented with various chemicals. In room 104,
students were found being tackled by physics prob-
President Roger Herring headed the Science
Club assisted by officers Jane Burruss, vice presidentg
Kim Black, secretary. Other officers were Melissa lVlok,
treasurerg Stewart Urback, publicity chairman and
Ricky Spencer, program chairman.
CHEMISTRY LAB STUDENTS Sharla Grundy and Clydene Gressett
prepare for their experiment by connecting the pneumatic trough
to the water. Chemistry students do many lab experimenting with
acids and salts and metals and non-metals.
DAVID DUNHAM AND Tom Baker do a
mechanical physics lab experiment with
different weights and different radii to
prove that force X equals force X.
Medios tour hospital,
observe dog surgery
Dr. Ralph J. Zientek, an Amarillo pathologist,
opened The Future Medios Club year with a talk on his
The club was visited by other speakers on the
various fields of the medical profession. Of great inter-
est to the students was a nurse that spoke to the club
on the importance of her work. Also a pediatrician
spoke at the meeting.
During their meetings the Future Medios, also
toured many medical establishments around the Ama-
rillo area. The group was taken on a tour of High
Plains Baptist Hospital. At St. Anthony's Hospital the
group was allowed to watch experimental dog surgery.
The Future Medics celebrated the holiday season
with an ice skating party.
DILIGENTLY UNLACING HEFI shoes, junior Eris Holland prepares
to go ice skating during the Christmas party.
PARTICIPATING IN A tour of High Plains Hospital, Cathy Thut, senior, and Eris Hol-
land, junior watch a demonstration.
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DISCUSSING MEDICINE AT an afternoon meet-
ing are juniors Susan Shiparo, Barbara Hudson
and senior Ftita Campbell.
PRINCESS WINIFRED the Woebegone, played by Tara Lowenstern, does a song and dance num-
ber to find her future husband. The scene is in Once Upon a Mattress.
Neil Hess, B.F.A.g
University of Utahg
State champs prove
skills in 'Mattress'
When the Drama department went to Austin for
the finals in the State One-Act-Play contest they had
only hopes for the best. But their production of Eugene
lonesco's "Exit the King" brought home to Tascosa its
first first-place ever in a University interscholastic
League sponsored event.
For 1970, the Drama department, under the direc-
tion of lVlr. Neil Hess, started off the year by presenting
"Once Upon A Mattress", the musical comedy version
of "The Princess and the Pea". Dancing and music
were in the spotlight as the musical played to huge
Tryouts for the Spring Musical, were held prior to
the Christmas holidays. The show was not held until
lVlarch but long hours of practice were common until
January and February. At last opening night came
about as "Showboat" was seen on a student night
Backstage productions were scheduled throughout
the year, by various classes under the direction of Mr.
Hess. As the year neared its end, preparation was being
made for the 1970 contest play, and the familiar ring of
"take state"was on the mind of every actor.
LEARNING DEMONSTRATIVE HAND gestures is vital in perfecting
the techniques of acting. Billy Holland performs a skit for drama.
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Speech club sponsors junior hightournament
Participating in speech contests in Lubbock, Mid-
land, Canyon and Dallas, the Tascosa Forensic Union
spent much of its time on buses.
Sponsored by Mrs. Marti Kirk, the club participates
in debate, dramatic interpretation, duet acting, oratory,
poetry and prose reading, and informative and persua-
sive speaking events.
Before contests, daily practice in special events
was supervised by the sponsor. Rick Johnson was
presidentg Browning Lloyd, vice president and Janet
Cammack, secretary-treasurer. Chuck Babb and Martin
Nussbaum were selected as co-devotional chairman.
Ronda Muir was correspondent with National Forensic
Last Spring, the Rebel Speech Club sponsored a
junior high tournament for several of the Amarillo
schools. Mrs. Kirk said that the club had plans to con-
tinue the tournament.
FORENSICS COACH MRS. Marti Kirk goes over a speech pre-
pared by sophomore Weldon Taylor. Students took top awards in
debate and persuasive speaking at the Hub City tournament.
IMPROVISATIONS CREATED BY speech students were used to
give stage experience and a means to loosen up. Trena Faulkner,
Beth Wilson, and Terri Thorton act out mother and daughters.
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MORNING AND AFTERNOON announcements are given
daily over the P.A. by students of various clubs and ac-
tivities. Jay Jones, senior, announces a meeting of the
GETTING THE MATERIAL together for his debate, senior
Martin Nussbaum takes notes for the Top-of-Texas Speech
Tournament. Nussbaum won second place as top debater,
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West Texas, Southern
Texas Tech Universityg
Speechg Forensics As-
PREPARING FOR A demonstration, Janie Eddins helps Ronda Muir go over the notes for her de-
bate. The Forensic Association participates in numerous debate contests during the year.
HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT teachers Dan Salkeld,
Gladys Wallis, and "Ace" Parker escape the frustrations
of being teachers by taking a break in the teachers'
lounge during lunch.
Mrs. Mildred Edwards, B.A., B.J.,
University of Missouri, World
Mrs. LuNette Evetts, B.B.A., M.S.
in Economics, Baylor Univer-
sity, Economics, World History.
Ken Hicks, M.Ed., B.S., West
Texas, Oklahoma State Univer-
sity, History, Golf Coach.
Larry L. Hungate, B.S., M.Ed.,
West Texas, History, Govern-
ment, Key Club Sponsor.
Eldon L. Jackson, B.S., M.A.,
Oklahoma State University,
James Kauffman, B.S., West Tex-
as, World History, Assistant
John McGuire, B.S.E., M.E., Ar-
kansas State University, Univer-
sity of Arkansas, History, Head
George Palmer, B.S., M.Ed., West
Clarence Parker, B.A., M.S., Okla-
homa State University, World
Bud Rogers, B.S., West Texas,
Dan Salkeld, B.E., M.Ed., Texas
Christian University, West Tex-
Sidney Thompson, B.A., Texas
Tech, Economics, Government,
Radio Club, Senior Gift.
Mrs. Wanda Van Valkenburg, BS.,
M.Ed., Tarleton College, Uni-
versity of California, West Tex-
as, World History.
Gladys Wallis, B.A., M.A., South-
ern Methodist University, North
Texas State, University of Tex-
as, American History.
Doyle Weldon, B.S., M.S., West
Texas, Northeast Missouri State
College, World History, Athletic
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at - Q.
Reb historians study
past, present events
Juniors in American history, sophomores in world
history and seniors in government and economics,
study different historic aspects involved in building
the age in which we live.
Current events were usually discussed once a
week in the classes of the 17 teachers including Mrs.
LuNette Evetts and James Kauffman, new to the de-
partment this year. Such topics as the Vietnam War,
president Nixon, racial issues, drugs and college ad-
ministrations came under fire, as students and teach-
ers discussed vital issues of the "now" time. The se-
niors gathered their information from Time magazine
and U.S. News and World Report.
In March, the American and world history teach-
ers selected one student per class to participate in
West Texas State University-sponsored contests. The
students first competed in an intraschool exam to
determine the top eight sophomore students and top
seven junior students.
The top fifteen students then competed in Canyon
with other area students and placed in several events.
The contests took the form of examinations covering
the entire scope in world and United States history.
The purpose of the contests, as listed by West Texas
is to encourage the study of history in the high schools
by providing some public recognition for the best
students in these fields.
ELDON JACKSON, HEAD of the history department relaxes dur
in his conference period by bowlin with a group of PE. boys.
Rosalyn Wolfe, B.A., Philip Wright, B.S.,
M.A., University of M.E., West Texas:
Texas, West Texasg American History,
American History, World Geography.
t Texas Historyg Fu
ture Teachers Spon-
Z I SOV.
THE VISUAL AIDS room is a vital part of al-
most every class at Tascosa. Karen Fromm
and Debbie Blakesley enter the V.A. room to
4 watch aworld history film.
Mrs. Margaret Elliot,
B.S. in Home Eco-
nomicsg University of
Texas, Home and
Family Living, Home
and Family Living
Mrs. Kathleen Hesse,
B.A.g Colorado State
ing, Future Horne-
makers of America.
Mrs. Patricia Love-
lady, B.S. in Home
of Arkansas, West
Texas, Texas Tech
ing and Home and
Family Living, Future
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Mrs. Inez Parkey,
B.S., M.E.g Oklahoma
State University, Col-
orado State College,
West Texasg Home
Mrs. Ruth Smith,
B.S.g Texas Tech
Economics and Co-
and Homemakingg Fu-
ture Homemakers of
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MIRIAM IVY, FHA president, looks over club information with
fellow members Margaret Olds, Linda Foust, and Sherri Marr.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF America, Jenny Starkey, Martha
Richardson, and Miriam Ivy enjoy products of their labor along
with that refreshing pepper-upper soft drink at a reception.
1 50 FACU LTY
contest accents Yule
Helping students to become aware of the need to
know how to buy items for their money's worth and then
use those items to best advantage in the home is the
main theme of the Future Homemaker's of America
Tascosa is now combining the home and family
living classes with the regular homemaking classes.
Miriam Ivy is this year's president although each sepa-
rate class has its own officers.
During October the homemaking classes enter-
tained 20 pre-schoolers from a nearby play school.
Children were also entertained during the Christmas
FHA also sponsored a girl's homeroom assembly.
Up-to-date styles were modeled by the girls in the
homemaking department. Tips on good grooming were
SOPHOMORE HOMEMAKING STUDENTS Felecia Tacquard and Bet-
ty Thompson make a jello salad dish. In December, the FHA served
hors d'oeuvres to the faculty as a Christmas treat.
R FHA SPONSORED A door decorating
contest for Christmas spirit. Mrs. Ly-
nette Brown's homeroom won third
place, utilizing 'Deck the Halls' as
THREE ARTS AND crafts boys-Gary Warren, Richard Holloway and machines they are using are grinding and polishing machines for
Rodney Hefner-add the finishing touches to their projects. The thejewelry they are making.
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B.S., lVl.E.g West Tex-
Danny Gamble, B.A.,
Collegeg Artg Student
Virgil Browng B.S.,
lVl.E.g Fort Hays State,
Colorado State Uni-
versity, New Mexico
University, West Tex-
Paul Keithley, B.A.,
M.E.g East Central
MONTY SAVAGE AND Danny Gamble discuss
a line variation drawing in Gamble's sixth
period class. Art 21 consists of learning basic
techniques in drawing and developing timing
and shaping skills.
1 52 FACU LTY
GAYLE PYEATT, AUTO-mechanics instructor lleftl, explains the
valve job to Wayne Adams. Robert Pringle lbelowl repairs an
SOPHOMORE STEVE BROWN uses the
lathe in the woodworking room to make a
bowl. The use of the lathe, like many of
the other woodshop machines, helps give
the products a finished look.
Winston Odom, B.A.g Lael Smith: Bible.
Texas Techg Journal-
Quill and Scroll.
PLANNING THE NEXT issue of the Pioneer,
Valorie Canney holds a staff meeting to plan lay-
outs, copy. The paper is published bi-weekly.
"THE LORD IS my shepherd . . is read and
interpreted in Lael Smith's Bible class. The Old
Testament is studied in the first semester and the
New Testament in the second.
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Quills initiate 13 new
staff juniors, seniors
Active at Tascosa for its second year, Quill and
ScrolI's seven senior members began in December to
screen junior members.
Quill and Scroll is the International Honor Society
for High School Journalists. To qualify for membership
in this club, one must be a junior staff member on
either the Las Memorias or the Pioneer, have a scho-
lastic average in the upper one-third of his class and
be recommended by his supervisor.
Members of this club pay a 82.50 membership fee
and receive a gold pin, a membership card and a
year's subscription to the national magazine Quill and
Scroll. To earn money, members sell plastic covers for
the yearbook. This club is s p o n s o r e d by Winston
RICK JOHNSON, PRESIDENT of Quill and Scroll, ltop Ieftj medi-
tates over a piece of copy for the yearbook. Johnson is a three-
year member of the journalism department.
EDITORS-IN-CHIEF of The Pioneer newspaper, lleftj Melessia Mu-
sick and Marla Riddlespurger are also members of the Quill and
Scroll Society. Miss Musick is vice president of the organization.
LAS MEMORIAS EDITOR Diane Duncan and yearbook sports edi-
tor Ike Barnes index the annual. Miss Duncan is treasurer of
Quill and Scroll, and Barnes is an initiate.
Eugene K. Coleman,
B.S., M.A.q West Tex-
as, Colorado State
utive Education, Dis-
Clubs of America.
B.B.A.g West Texasg
Vocational Office Ed-
ucationq Office Edu-
Mrs. Beverly Gaither
L. G. Mikesell, B.S., Gayle Pyeatt, B.S.g
M.S.gOklahoma State West Texas, Univer-
Universityg industrial WalterNelson,B.B.A.g sity of Texas, Texas
Cooperative Trainingg Texas Techg Behind- A. 8t M., Auto Me-
Vocational Industrial the-Wheel Driver's chanicsq Tascosa
Clubs of America. Education. Auto Mechanics Club.
EXHIBITING THE OPERATION of a mimeograph machine, Mrs.
Beverly Gaither demonstrates for Pat Cline and Debby Ruthart.
GENE COLEMAN EXPLAINS the procedure for second semester
registration to his homeroom, Students were given an hour of
homeroom period in order to complete registration.
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lVlrs. Gaither sponsors
all functions of OEA
Thirty-three seniors enrolled in the Vocational Of-
fice Education worked under daily employment in of-
The chief aim of the VOE program was prepara-
tion for advantageous initial entry into employment of
office careers. Students must have a prerequisite of
one credit in typing. Persons in VOE received one se-
Vocational students took part in the Office Edu-
cation Association, sponsored by Beverly Gaither.
OEA participated in district competition in March.
WORKING AS A secretary for Southwest Insurance Agency takes
up a part of every school day for Jodi Rogers. VOE students re-
ceive on-the-job training by working in offices all over the city.
SENIOR DOUG BRIGGS works on the Vocational Office Education
scrapbook. A scrapbook is made every year.
DECA chooses month s outstanding student
Earning money while earning school credit is a
part of 48 Tascosa student's school day.
These students are part of the Distributive Educa-
tion plan. They attend school for one-half day and work
for one-half day.
Distributive Education Clubs of America is the
corresponding club for DE students. New at Tascosa
this year are the light blue sweaters worn by the club
Paula Powell was elected as the first DE student
of the month as the DE Club began choosing a student
this year. Student of the month is chosen by a commit-
tee made up of students each class period. The stu-
dents are selected on the basis of class participation,
job activity, club activity, absentees, reliability, good
grooming, character, cooperation and grades.
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SELLING FLOWERS FOR profit and school credit is a part of
Christine Barham's Distributive Education program. She works at
Love Z9 Son's Flowers three hours during school time.
SENIORS NANCY COWLEY and Carolyn Ftatlift out material at
Cloth World as part of their business training. Students taking
D.E. attend classes half the day and hold jobs the rest of the day.
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York guides VICAQ
31 participate in ICT
Thirty-one Tascosa juniors and seniors spend part
of their day working on various skilled training jobs.
Leroy Mikesell, teacher for industrial training, also
sponsors the Tascosa chapter of Vocational Industrial
Clubs of America. The officers in this club are Larry
York, presidentg Retha Pope, secretaryg Ricky Foley,
parliamentariang Danny Killough, treasurerg Curtis
Howard, reporter and Steve Pond, sergeant-at-arms.
Industrial Cooperative Training is a government
approved class. Students taking this course receive
two credits and may work in 245 different vocational
fields. The government approves the jobs and classifies
these jobs as skilled training.
Another vocational course is taught by Gayle
Pyeatt. Boys interested in this field gain experience by
working on cars in the school shop. Auto mechanics
students are also members of VlCA.
BROILING A STEAK and other forms of cooking earn credit for
Randy Jacobs as he works part-time at Furr's Cafeteria.
WORKING T0 REPAIR the trouble of a car, is auto
mechanics student Jim Rayburn. Under the knowing
eye of Gayle Pyeatt, these boys repair cars for cus-
tomers from the school community.
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Mrs. Sybal Brierly,
Henry E. Crawford,
B.A., M.A., Baylor, B.S., M.B.A.g West
Texas Tech, Typing,
Office Practice, Se-
New teachers named
for business classes
Finding themselves rushing to class to start timed
writings or study shorthand brief forms are the stu-
dents who participate in the business world at Tascosa.
Mrs. Sybal Brierly, head of the business depart-
ment, teaches typing and office practice. Other teach-
ers who instruct in business are Henry Crawford, who
teaches typingg and Mrs. Marilyn Grider, bookkeeping.
Mrs. Laura Johnson, who teaches shorthand, business
math and typing and Mrs. Schellon Meek, typing, were
new to Tascosa this year.
Besides learning the basics of business some stu-
dents from the business department are involved in
the office education program that allows them to gain
on the job experience.
SENIOR, JULIE GLOVER concentrates hard
to be sure that she hits the right keys on her
typewriter. Typing takes much skill and deter-
mination to master.
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Mrs. Marilyn E. Grid-
er, B.B.A.g West Tex-
as, Typing, Book-
Mrs. Laura Johnson,
Mrs. Schallon Meek
B.B.A., M.B.A.g West A.S., B.B.A.g Amarillo
College, West Texas
I MRS. MARILYN GRIDER helps Sidney Satterfield overcome a difficul
bookkeeping problem. Adding machines are used by bookkeeping
students in all classes. Other machines are used to aid students.
PE classes exercise
on new gym surface
One, two, three, tour, was the sound heard as the
boys in physical education classes did their daily exer-
cises on the new gym floor.
Straining muscles and creaking joints emphasized
how tough boys were made by P. E. teachers James
Kile and Kenneth Brinkley. The boys received instruc-
tion in football, wrestling and golf.
Responsible for training the girls in archery, ten-
nis, and gymnastics were Billie Gray, Lanelle Wood-
ring and Nancy Deason, swimming instructor. Com-
petition between classes was encouraged by intramural
activities. This was done in the spirit of "fun and
THS once again endeavored to uphold its standing
in the Presidential Physical Fitness evaluation.
RAISING THE ARROW to the bow, a junior girl aims at her target.
Sophomore and junior girls spent six weeks developing the tech-
niques of archery.
BEFORE ENGAGING IN the main daily activity, boys worked out
with several strenuous exercises. Boys participated in archery,
bowling, basketball and volleyball.
B.S., Panhandle State
jOkla.l, Physical Ed-
Jimmie H. Janes,
Nancy Deason, B.S.,
North Texas State
James Kile, B.S.,
lVl. Ed., Texas Wes-
leyan, West Texas,
Billie Gray, B.S.,
West Texas, Physical
B.S., Amarillo Col-
lege, North Texas
Janitors, lunchroom l
supply daily services
Under the direction of E. L. Elliot fifteen custodians
work to keep the halls tidy
The custodians include Alex Alvarez Arlie Armer
Pearl Armstrong, George Burge, Jackson Denman
William Depauw, Marie Drake, Fred Garrison, Leon
Grayson, Dennis Green, Flavio Griego, Liandio Limas
Pantalion Luna, Ina Mae Patton and Charles Peterson
Odessa Painter, cafeteria manager, along with
Jaunita Bennett, Lu Bingham, Gen Crawford, Cleo Den
man, Buby Dorsey, Ada Gerlach, Violet Hawkins, Mar
garet Harmandez, Vickey Johnston, Ardith Jones, Clar-
ick Keeney, Eve Kiaian, Arica Lancaster, Sara Lira
Annie Parker, Vada Patterson, Pat Stover, Evelyn Wy- J
clif, and Ben Martinez, custodian worker, provide food
each day to feed 1,400 to 1,500 hungry Bebels.
WHILE STUDENTS ARE busy with studies in the classrooms, E. L.
Elliot goes over the floor with a broom to keep it clean. The head to
custodian is responsible for the daily cleanliness in the halls.
SERVING A VARIETY of meats and vegetables during the student lunch breaks is part of the daily routine in the
cafeteria kitchen. Mrs. Norene Griffin and Mrs. Cleo Denman answer to the individual choices of students.
Telephone booths act as center of attraction
Debbie Abel Wayne Adams
George Abrahamson Jan Albertson
Karen Adams Gayle Allison
Linda Adams Kathy Alsobrook
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Ftonn Barber Linda Barnett Martha Bassett
Sandie Barber Steve Barry Andrea Bauder
Christine Barham Beth Barton Mike Baughman
Becky Barker Harvey Baskett Nina Bay
Ike Barnes Darla Bassett BGVGVIY BGGSOH
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W MELISSA PARKER FORFEITS a dime to make a phone call dur-
ing her rushed lunch hour. The shower bath-looking telephone
booths are almost always in use during the day.
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Travis Bentley Tom Birmingham Kim Black Vicki Blackburn
ANNUAL TRI-STATE FAIR brings many persons from the Panhandle area including many
from Oklahoma and New Mexico, as well as Texas. Senior Janie Eddins and Mike Isley,
sophomore, participate in the fair's activities.
Rosemary Blackwell Ann Bland
Patricia Blades Carol Blanscet
Kim Blake Gary Bogan
Robert Blake Vicky Bond
Judy Blankenship Gary Bone
Students take in amusements, exhibits at fair
Gail Bonnette Cindy Bragg Don Bridges Jackie Brown Debra Browning Greg Bunyan
Reida Bond Michael Brands Doug Briggs R. E. Brown Karen Bruce Vonnie Bural
Brenda Box Larry Braxton Jim Brooks Bonnie Brown Jan Bruton Randy Burgess
Debra Bradford Joe Brewton Billy Brown Sue Brown Tim Bundy Jimmy Burkhalter
CHE student assists children at day nursery
Jane Burruss Bryan Calhoun David Camp Rita Campbell Joel Carey Johnny Carver
Lane Burlz Jane Callahan Mark Camp Valorie Canney Don Carpenter Fiusty Cary
Paddi Butler Cyndi Callaway Gary Campbell Nelson Canode Janie Carroll Julian Castillo
Mikes Butts Janet Cammack Jan Campbell Debby Carey Bruce Carter Janis Cazzell
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PARTICIPATING IN COOPERATIVE Home Economics, Nancy Gott- small blocks and just to entertain themselves. In this way she helps
schall works half a day and goes to school half a day. She works to prepare the youngsters for their future education in elementary
as an assistant at Harkins Lollypop Day School. Among her numer- school.
ous duties are teaching the children to read and write, build with
Sandra Chastain Marcus Chewning Bill Chudej Sueclark Ricky Cobb Becky Coleman
Mike Cherry Randy Christian Nlarshi Clark Pat Cline Holly Coffey Debbie Collins
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Sidney Conway Johnny Cosmic Lisa Courtney Nancy Cowley Walter Cramer Jo Lynn Crump
Bob Cornelius Susan Cosper Serena Cowles Bridgy Cox AI Crowder Vicky Crump
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IN SEPTEMBER, SENIORS gathered in the commons along with tered by Amarillo's Health Department and was supervised by the
George lVlutz to take the tuberculin skin test, which was adminis- school nurse, lVlrs. Helen Teague. The TB test is required of seniors.
Tascosans take Teague's
terrorizing tuberculin test
Les Cundiff Charles Davis Travis Dean Debbie Denny Chris Dobbe Max Dreasher
Wendell Dalton Debbie Davis Vona Deaver Denise Denny Bill Dodgin Diane Duncan
David Daniel James Davis Judy Dempsey Mark Devito David Doherty Ginger Duncan
Kenneth Douglass Bill Dunnagan
Roberta Dowell David Durham
Walks through park reflect autumn romance
Tommy Durham Janie Eddins Billie Engle Kathy Eubanks Susan Fangio Tony Flowers
Woody Durham Cynthia Edwards Toni Erwin Ron Eubanks Janice Finchum Ricky Folley
Carolyn Dyson Stan Elliot Vance Essler Jackie Evans Debbie Fleming Jan Fowler
Ricky Eaves Mark Englander Mike Eubank Randy Evans Beverly Flippin David Frisbie
Charles Frost Marvin Frye John Fullingham David Garlin Steve Garre John Gass
Janie Fry Don Fuller Kyle Gardner Lynette Garms Lesie Garrett Kathy Gatlin
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uation and futures, Sydney Satterfield and Tim Bundy take time find vvalkinginthe parkaleisurely.restfulactivity.
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Becky Guiterrez Janet Hall
Jon Hackler Kaye Hallmark
Corkey Hague Alana Hanna
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GETTING SETTLED FOR an out-of-town bus trip to a football game are seniors. lt
seems that third-year students always end up at the back of the bus. Tascosa students
took four trips to games played in other cities-Odessa Permian, Dumas, Lubbock Coro-
nado and Lubbock High.
Victor Harp Lisa Harris Marsha Harris James Hawkins John Hawthorne Debbie Heitz
Dean Hayes Donny R. Henderson
Lynda Haynes Gale Henslee
Steven Haynes Jan Henslee
Debby Hedrick Beth Hill
Football fans enjoy four out-of-town games
Donna Hill Flalph Hill Bill Hollabough Flacheal Holloway Randy House James Howell
Edward Hill Cathie Hogan Billy Holland Beverly Holt Rex Hoving Margaret Howell
Julie Hill Dale Hoggatt Gerry Hollinger Mark Hood Leslie Howard Debbie Hrncir
Mary Hill Bruce Holbert Judy Hollingsworth David Hopson Toni Howard Wanda Hudgins
Pep rallies arouse upperclassmen
to complete support of their school
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Philip Hutchens Lynda Hyde Bill lzzard Randy Jeffers Tim Jenkins Vicki Joiiey
Kelly Hutchins Myra Hyde Cathy Jackson Steve Jefferson Cathy Johnson DOW Kee
Sherri Hutchison Corinne Irwin Randy Jacobs Judy Jenkins Pat Johnson David Keiiy
Twelfth class keeps
As the twelfth graduating class of Tascosa, the
seniors '70 continued the traditions that had been
established during previous years. Showing off senior
rings, yelling loudest at pep rallies, complaining about
the food in the cafeteria, decorating the commons for
the many dances, throwing friends into the creek on
Senior Day, skipping the last semester tests and re-
ceiving diplomas . . . these are the activities that
identify the seniors of Dixieland.
Because students expect to have a little more fun,
"goof" off a little more, yet become a little more in-
volved during their twelfth and fin al year of high
school, they find themselves very busy. Joining clubs,
going to Stanley's quite frequently and relaxing while
sophomores and juniors take semester tests are but a
few of the many privileges granted to seniors.
The last musical, the last pep rally, the last Crys-
tal Ball and finally the last day of high school . . . and
the excitement of being a Se n i o r slowly fade into
But the memories of all that h a p p e n e d in that
single year will remain in their hearts for the rest of
their lives . . . for none of them can ever forget a very
integral part of their past.
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Shayne Langley Robbie Lara Gene Lard Alan Leach Peggy Leone
Bertie Lee Jerry Lewis
Bob Lee Jim Lewis
James LeGrand John Lewis
Nancy Lemke Jerry Light
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crowd waits for the execution of an important play during the
Rebel-Borger game, a non-conference clash.
Vance McSwain Betsy Mason Hazel Milbern Marilyn Mize Desie Moore Loretta Morales
Nancy Manley Jan Massey Keith Miller Melissa Mok Jadene Moore Joe Morehead
Paula Marr Luann Matheson Steve Miller
Marilyn Martin Connie Mercer Marilyn Miracle
Cathy Mask Ken Mernitz Janet Mitchell
Ftebs encourage gridsters at football game
Joe Morris Rhonda Muir Kathy Napier Sherry Nelson Jena Nicholson Martin Nussbaum
Lou Morris Melissa Musick Cay Nash Vicki Nelson Donna Nivenes Jo Beth Oakley
Darla Morton Kim Muthersbough Cindy Neie Randy Newby Billy Nugent Mike O'Brien
Bob Mosley Terry Myers Elaine Nelson Leah Newman Fred Nunley Marsha O'Dell
Boredom of class results in numerous naps
Margaret Orlds Charles Owens Melissa Parker Paula Patton Debra Persons Debby Phillips
Sharon O'Tanger Ruth Ann Packard Steve Parker Debbie Perdue Brenda Peterson Linda Phillips
Judy Ottensmyer Jessica Palmer Helen Parr Krista Peres Earl Petropoulos Allen Pippin
Mark Owen Johnny Parker Glenna Patton Debbie Perkins Bill Phillips Cathy Pitsch
Ronnie Pope Tacy Pottorff Paula Powell Greggory Pride Louise Quackenbush
Carla Post Becky Powell Celeste Pratt Robert Pringle Jim Quattlebaum
Bill Potter Charlotte Powell Karen Price Cathy Proctor lnga Rapstine
POLITICS, CIVIL RIGHTS, and basic constitutional principles do class. Many naps are taken by the students during classes be-
little to incite Fred Nunley to stay awake during his government cause of boredom, hot weather and possibly conflicting activities.
A change was in the works. A change brought
about by the likes of 700 seniors, who in their twelfth
year of school composed Tascosa's twelfth graduating
class. A change that was brought about by such class
officers as Scott Denko, president, Judy Blankenship,
vice-president, and Karen Lowery, secretary. A change
that was exemplified by Tascosa's twelfth lvliss South-
ern Belle, Tara Loewenstern.
Led by other Seniors who helped to establish
Seniors '70 as a class of individuals, were cheerlead-
ers Chuck Babb, Ken Douglas, Randy House, Debbie
Hrncir, Debbie Saunders and D'Ann Schantz and
General Reb Rick Johnson.
The year of change will culminate on that night at
the Amarillo Civic Center. As each senior's name is
called by principal J. E. Fergason, he will walk up the
aisle in a line consisting of several hundred Rebels.
As it becomes his turn to be the center of attention on
the stage, he will take his diploma and give thanks
that the whole mess is finally over. That diploma is
each Senior's proof that he is out in the world on his
own. . .a man free to follow his own fate.
When the school first opened in 1958, the name
Tascosa was taken from the name of a nearby place
called Old Tascosa. The heritage of that old town was
personified by the Rebels. But, Seniors did not allow
themselves to be tied down by traditions of the past.
The Class of '70 proved that they were ready and will-
ing for a change.
Graduation is the last time Seniors join to sing the
school song. lt will be the last time that many of the
Seniors will ever see each other and the last time that
the Senior Class of 1970, 700 strong, will act coopera-
tively. And the last time Seniors really will feel a part
of Tascosa High School.
That change that came about made Tascosals
twelfth graduating well known for its originality.
Carolyn Ratllff Debbie Rea Diana Reed
Graduates enjoy 'final hurrah' during year
Kent Roberts Janice Rogers Robert Roth Debby Rutnart Kay Sansing Debbie Saunders
Roger Robertson LaVonda Rodgers Clifford Rucker Dan Ryan Dalton Sapp Ellen Scamohorn
Mike Robinson Randy Romig Lynn Rudd Marty Sackett Vaierie Sasser D'Ann Schantz
Rhonda Robson Eddie Rossman Deene Rue Bridget Sanders Syndey Satterfield Janis Scoggins
Jimmy Sheriff Ricky Seiwert Lisa Sisk
Mike Sherrer Sherry Simms Debby Sittel
Barry Shulkin Janis Sims James Slagle
Denah Scott Rusty Seedig Jim Sharp I
Gail Scott Linda Seibert Nlarshalette Sharp i
Sally Scott Paul Sewel Judy Shaw my
Tommy Scott Gail Sharber Elaine Shelton '
Sally Searight Clare Sharman Oliver Shelton
FLUTTERING IN THE autumn northers, the Rebel game flag re-
minds seniors that their last year as student spectators is draw-
ing to a close.
Flag reminds students of 3-year experience
Mona Slape Jenny Smith Patsy Smith Shirley Sneed Carolyn Spencer Bobbie Spooner
Charles Smith Karen Smith Philip Smith Walter Snellgrove Ricky Spencer Karen Spurgeon
Debra Smith Kenny Smith Susan Smith Max Snipes David Spivey Lynn Staggs
Jackie Smith Linda Smith Susan Smith Nl Craig Shook Jerry Splawn Paul Stanley
on Hanne's birthday
Sally Stanford Stuart Steele Tom Stout
Jenny Starkey Tommy Still Patty Strader
Susie Starks Becky Stockdale Stephen Stu rdivant
Debbie Steiner Stanley Stockton Hanne Sunby
Roger Syrus Cathie Taylor
Regina Tackett Curt Taylor
Sherral Tacquard Gary Taylor
Roger Tarver Jan Taylor
James Tates Karen Taylor
FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT Hanne Sundby chats with Ama-
rillo High's Italian visitor Georgeo Martiny as Hanne is honored
on her birthday by her American family and friends. Seniors Deb-
Kathy Teague Dennis Teeters
Liz Teal Diane Thompson
bie Davis, Ron Eubanks and Ken Douglas enjoy refreshments in
the background, This is the first and probably the last time Hanne
will celebrate this Oct. 6 occasion in America.
Debby Timmons Mike Tompkins
Steve Tomlinson Jimmy Truitt
Southern tradition prevails at athletic events
Randy Tucker Mandy Vance Robert Vick Brad Wagnon Nancy Wall Virginia Walters
Philip Tuttle Byron Vanderburg Mike Vinez Mike Waits Linda Wallace Cathy Warnick
Bill Underwood Rita VanDoren Perry Vinson Jay Walker Annette Walls John Washburn
Cindy Unsell Steve Vaught Chris Wade Steve Walker Mary Ann Walsh Randall Watson
Kathy Wattenburger Mike Wehrman Paul West Ann Wheeler Charles Whitlow Nancy Whisenand
Janice Weatherbee Carolyn Weir Ricky West John Wheeler Sherri White Flandy Whittaker
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REBELS CHEER WITH excitement as the THS football team fore the start of the Rebel-Sandie game. The Fteb gridsters were
scrambles onto the field, and the cheerleaders and Wranglers handed their fourth loss of the season with a 13-7 score after a
come onto the field waving the blue and red Confederate flag be- last-minute effort by the Flebs.
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BARBARA HUDSON CONCENTRATES on her swing as she practices serving at the Amarillo Ten-
nis Center. Under the coaching of Jerry Foster, members of the tennis team devote many hours
of an afternoon developing their abilities.
Flobby Brittain Debbi Brock Sue Brooks Mike Brown Marilyn Bulkin Brent Burlield Linda Burgess
Bill Burnett Roma Burns Jerilyn Butler Chris Callahan Tommy Camden Gary Campbell Kim Campbell
WORKING WITH TRAINED hands and eyes in woodworking, Gary first period class. Shop students work on projects all year long
Bonnette sands the top to a stool during Eugene Ashmead's to enter into competition with other regional schools.
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Jackie Cooper Becky Cornelius
Sheryl Cox Flobln Cramer
Sharon Cummings Tim Curtis
Guy Davis Lolel Day
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KEEPING IN STEP with other Flebel band members, twirler Judith Kolander marches in the Tri-State Fair parade.
Both the Rebel and sophomore bands make combined and separate public appearances all year long at such af-
fairs as football games, parades, rodeos and concerts.
Kathy Dodgen Susan Donaho Kathy Doster Lyn Doyle Linda Duke Brenda Duncan Teresa Dupree
Second-year musicians keep in step
Bill Dyer Richard Easley
Flosemartha Erdmann Nilla EUDSNK
Sandra Farley Jana Farwell
Tony Fiore Pat File
Paul Frederiksen Cheryl FVGSWIHQ
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John Evans Flenna Evans Marihelen Ewing Diane Faris
Gary Ferguson Steve Fielder Larry Fielding Trena Fike
Jaynet Foreman Kelly Forkner Deen Foster Linda Foust
Vicki French Steve Gallaway Edwin Galley Billy Gano
ALONG WITH KEEPING up on his studies and extracurricular ac- Many juniors complete their day by working at various jobs in
tivities, Louis Pekar works at a local donut shop
Carl Garland David Garrett
Larry Gilbert Richard Gilmer
after school. the city. Some students get work permits to leave school at 2:30
Jan Gentry Dan Gerken Danny Geroux Terry Gholston Cory Giddens
Karen Glenn Jody Glover Christi Goforth Debbie Goodnight Janet Goodrich
Larry Gowdy Paula Gfaef Debbie Graham Gary Graham Judy Grantham Patsy Gray Vickie Gray Clydene Gressett
Afternoon work-permit provides extra hour
Steve Grizzle Roy Grona Gayle Gruber Sharla Grundy
Teena Haiduk Judy Hail Kay Hailey Ginger Hales
Brenda Harbison Steve Harper Lily Harwell Kaye Hawkins
James Hegedus Bill Henderson Gary Henderson David Herber
Alan Higgins Paula Higgins Paula Higgs Jackie Hill
Guthrie, Daniel, Pinkston lead class
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Terry Howard Leslie Howell Barbara Hudson
Loretta Irwin Lee Jacobsen Judy Jacques
Sandy Jordan Jay Jorden Charmaine Kelley
John Kilgore Patty Killins Bob Killmer
Cheryl Koopman Benny Kraemer Charlene Kuykendall
Barry Lane Gary Lane Amy Lanham Jan Lassiter Mike Law Mike Levick Rusty Lewis Troy Limbaugh
Ken Linke Linda Linn Daryl Litton Connie Lockhart Joe Lojewski Dale Loliar Mike Longanecker Linda Looney
Joe Mack Jeff Mager Kathleen Malone Steve Maner LuAnn Mannon Lynn Marks Madeline Marsh Lee Marshall
JUNIOR OFFICERS FOR 1969-70 were Don Guthrie, president: were elected in October by their classmates in an election which
Patty Pinkston, secretary and Patty Daniel, vice president. They had students using Potter County voting machines.
' John Mathes Debbie Mierzwik
Lora Martin Jeri Mason Richard Mason
Joyce Matteson Kathie Mendez Penny Mercer
ENDEAVORING TO ACQUIRE speed and smoothness in his typing ability during his fourth period
typing class under Mrs. Sybal Brierley, Bill Dyer concentrates on striking the right keys. Typing
is a more popular course at Tascosa since it is offered to all three grades.
Typing open to
students in all three grades
Miller Morris Janice Morrow
Sid McDaniel Karen McKinzie
Melody McReynolds Mike NGIS
Jerrye Palmer Kent Parge
Louis Pekar Mike Pena
Judy Petropoulos Debbie Pfeil
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Valerie McCarthy Tommy McClellan
Brenda Porter Debi Porter Patti Porter Bob Postma Becky Powell
Connie Priolo Charles Puckett Terri Railsback Cora Ralston Gaylon Rankin
Rides, bright lights annually draw students
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Floyd Robertson Gail Robertson Laurel Robertson
Robert Rosser Rusty Roush Don Royal
Celia Schottlander Craig Schroder Mary Scivally
David Seale Beverly Sechrist Keith Self
Jon Shaltry Susan Shapiro Leah Ann Sharp
to Tri-State Fair
Don Shawhart Jeff Sheldon Sandy Sides
Jackie Siegman Debbie Simpson Ken Skinner
Drew Skipworth Dennis Smith Jimmy Smith
Johnny Smith Marsha Smith Steve Smith
AN ANNUAL ATTRACTION to regional residents is the Tri-State Fair. Many area
youth are attracted to the bright lights and rides on the midway. Others find joy
in exhibits and food stands.
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more of a hindrance than a help as they try to remove the paint favorite pastime, butgetting paintoff is a different matter.
to boost game spirit ends with big wash job
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Dyrika Weeks Brenda Wester
David Willingham Brad Wilson
Gay Wingfield Kay Wingfield
Jenelle Woodward Debbie Word
Tim Wallace Bruce Walsh Mellanie Walsh
Gall Watkins Carol Webb Debbie Webb
Neil Whitaker Sharon Wickham Ricky Wilcox
Marcia Wilson Paul Wilson Ralph Wilson
Jonathan Wglfe Paulette Wolfe Brenda Woodard
JoAnne Zielinski Odile Zientek Stan Zoller
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Dave Alsobrook Vivian Amick Eldon Anderson
Denney Arthur Lora Asher Debi Ault
Shelley Baker David Ballou Julie Banks
Susan Beardsley Linda Beasley Dean Beauregard
Jana Bell Leslie Bilderback Steve Bird
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Neal Arrant Carla Arrington
David Bacon JO Bailey
Melody Batchelor Bill Bateman
Cathy Beebe Joe Begey
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SOPHOMORES WERE INTRODUCED to a number of new customs as they entered high school-namely driving cars
and receiving traffic tickets. Jo Bailey gets her piece of paper from a policeman who finds it necessary to kneel.
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Gary Burkman Gary Burleson
Steve Cairns Becky Cameron
Pat Campbell Roxanne Campbell
Debbie Carder Robert Carr
Sheryl Carr Cindy Carter
Kit Carter Billie Jo Carver
FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS quickly find places for themselves at Tascosa. Richard Hazlewood, an
audio visuals aide, pushes a projector and screen to a waiting class. Aides work during study hall
Diane Carver Priscilla Carver Caryl Cary Pat Cauley Paul Cauley Rhonda Cazzell Beverly Champeau Ross Cheshire
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PUSHING TO EXCEL his record, Steve Crawford practices jumping during his gym class. Tascosa
usually ranks among the nation's top schools participating in the Presidential Awards competition.
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Wanda Dunn Kirn Ealy
Don Ellison Joe Emanuel
Jimmy Evans Sharon Evans
Kim Ford Trisha Fortenbe
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Anna Hays Gwen Hazlewood Richard Hazlewood
Sandi Hicks Cynthia Hill Jana Hill
Mike Hollinger Mike Holloway Pat Holloway
Cynthia Hood Maurice Hood Norman Hooten
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Keith Hunt Kathy Hunton Jimmy Huge
Jackie Jackson Donnie Janssen Shelly Jgnklns
Connie Imel Diana lngfam
Tommy Jenkins ADH! Johnson
Lu Ann Isle
THE PERPLEXING PROBLEMS of the novice student-the sophomore-are solved mostly by Mar-
garet Haley, the sophomore counselor. Dick Abrahamson consults Miss Haley about his schedule.
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Keith Kingdon Steve Klamm
Sheryl Kuykendall Kent Ladd
Melody Ledbetter Mike Lee
Kathy Liles Laurel Linn
Andy Mager Carol Mann
"O0PS! I FORGOT to push the button!" sophomore Debie Moore thinks as she emerges from the
sophomore polling booth after voting Oct. 13 in the commons.
Gary Mezel Carol Miller Mark Miller Mike Miller Mary Mills Sheron Mobley
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-xSusan Walker, secretary, Stanley Herring, president and Melody
Batchelor, vice president-sit atop the gymnasium to get a clear view of Tascosa. The three along
with Margaret Haley, sophomore counselor, instituted a sophomore council this year.
Tom Morrison Mike Morrow Joe Mudroch Dutch Mulkey Bern Munnerlyn Allison Murff Becky Murphy Jimmie Myers
Herring, Batchelor, Walker lead sophomores
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Marla McGill Shirley McGregor
Mike McMennamy Diann McMiIlin
Leslie Nelson Nickle Neubauer
Ralph Nussbaum Sally Oakley
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AMONG THE MOST embarrassing things that can happen to a student is a tray scattered all over
the cafeteria floor. With shaky composure, Rose Rossman quickly assembles her would-be lunch.
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James Scroggins Rex Seedig Charles Seeds Stanley Seibert Wanda Seng
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ONE SOPHOMORE COUPLE enjoys a movie at an Amarillo an unchaperoned date. Evening dates were only one of the new
theater and discover the conveniences of a driver's license and experiences during thefirst yearin high school.
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Darrel skipworm Ronnie Slaughter
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Dow Whltlow David Wlese Mike Wilkerson Janice Wilkie David Wilkinson Renee Wilkinson David Williams Joe Williams
Larry Williams Don Willis Beth Wilson Dean Wilson Jane Wilson Mike Winfrey John Wlsenbaker Alan Witcher
Cecelia Wolden Georgena Womack Sam Wood Jana Woods Scott Woolery Doris Wossum Billy Wycoff Henry Wycoff
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Abel, Debbie, VOE iHistoriani, French Club.
Abrahamson, George, Latin Club, Senior
Adams, Karen, Rebel Spirits, Spanish Club,
FTA, Amarillo Youth Council.
Adams, Linda, Spanish Club, All Region
Choir, Les Chanteurs.
Adams, Wayne, Band, VICA.
Allison, Gayle, Choir.
Anderson, Chris, Rebel Spirits, Spanish
Anderson, Jackie, Choir.
Anderson, Lou, Rolling Rebels, Choir.
Anderson, Ruth, National Honor Society, Re-
bel Spirits, Senior Gift Committee Band, Or-
Archer, Chester, Spanish Club.
Armstrong, Randy, Orchestra, Football.
Aura, Christy, FTA, FHA.
Austin, Jim, Basketball, Senior Activities
Committee, Student Council, Science Club.
Autry, Carolyn, Student Council, Speech
Club, National Honor Society, Spanish Club,
Tascosa Youth council.
Babb, Chuck, Cheerleader, Speech Club,
Debater, Student Council, Top Ten Selec-
tion Committee, Spanish Club.
Bachus, Dave, VICA tPresidentl Chapter 184.
Bailey, Cyndi, FHA.
Baily, Marlyse, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Baker, Becky, Rodeo Club, Rebel Spirits,
Choir, Spanish Club.
Baker, Pat, Rebel Spirits, FTA, Spanish
Ballard, Connie, FTA, Girls Glee Club, FHA,
Bandy, Marianne, Pioneer iEditoriaIs Editorl,
Senior Activities Committee, National Honor
Society, Senior Spirits Committee, Outstand-
ing First Year Journalism Student.
Barber, Ron, Wrestling, Choir, ROTC.
Barber, Sandi, National Honor Society, Or-
chestra, Latin Club, Youth Council.
Barham, Christine, Y-Teens tPresidenti, Inter-
club Council Y-Teen tPresidentl, DECA,
Rebel Spirits, FTA.
Barker, Becky, FHA Council Officer, Rebel
Barnett, Linda, Tennis Team, Spanish Club.
Barnes, lke, Las Memorias iSports Editori.
Barry, Steve, Musical Production Showboat,'
Barton, Beth, Student Council, Football and
Basioum, Dennis, Les Chanteurs.
Basketball Spirits, Spanish Club, FTA.
Bassett, Darla, Les Chanteurs, FTA, Rebel
Bassett, Martha, National Honor Society,
Student Council, Spanish Club, Rebel Spirits.
Bauder, Andrea, FHA, Y-Teens, Rebel Spirits.
Bay, Nina, Senior Activities talt.J, Rebel
Beeson, Beverly, Les Chanteurs, Student
Council ialt.l, Gift Committee taIt.i, French
Club iTreasurerl, Rebel Spirits.
Bell, Joe, Football, Rodeo Club, FTA, Senior
Activities, Spanish Club.
Bentley, Travis, Wrestling, ICT.
Bevers, Len, Tennis Team, Student Council,
Bigham, Kayla, VOE tSecretaryi: OEA, Rebel
Birmingham, Thomas, Band, Track, Speech
Club, Spanish Club.
Black, Diane, Choir, Latin Club.
Black, Kim, Senior Gift Committee, Baseball,
Black, Monte, Spanish Club, Student Council.
Blackburn, Moira, Wrestling Spirits, Choir,
Blackburn, Vicki, Data Processing Club, Re-
bel Spirits, Basketball Spirits.
Blades, Patricia, Choir.
Blake, Bob, Football, Track, FHA.
Bland, Ann, Spanish Club, Amarillo Youth
Blanscet, Carolyn, Rebel Spirits, DECA, FHA,
Choir, interscholastic League Typing Con-
Bogan, Gary, Basketball, Baseball.
Bond, Reida, French Club, FTA.
Bond, Vikalynn Kae, Quill and Scroll, Las
Memorias tFaculty Editorl, Rebel Spirits.
Bone, Gary, Band.
Bonnette, Gail, Rodeo Club, FHA.
Box, Brenda, Miss Southern Belle Finalist,
Les Chanteurs, Showboat, Rebel Spirits,
Bradford, Debbie, Rebel Band, Tascosa
Youth Conference, FTA, Rebel Spirits.
Bragg, Cindy, Les Chaneurs, FHA, Rebel
Spirits, Rodeo Club.
Brands, Michael, National Honor Society,
ROTC iExecutive Officerl.
Brewton, Joe, Spanish Club, Home 8t Family
Bridges, Don, Wrestling, Basketball, Track.
Briggs, Doug, Crystal Ball Chairman, VOE
tReporteri, Student Council.
Brown, Bill, Football, FTA, Senior Gift Com-
mittee, Latin Club.
Brown, Eddie, Band.
Brown, Jackie, Senior Activities Committee
Brown, R.E., Data Processing Club, Science
Brown, Ronnie, Latin Club.
Brown, Sue, Rebel Spirits, FHA.
Browning, Debra, FHA, Y-Teens, Rebels
Bruton, Jan, Les Chanteurs, Orchestra.
Bunsy, Tim, Baseball.
Bunyan, Greg, Spanish Club, Student Coun-
Bural, Vonnie, Twirler, Band, Orchestra, FTA.
Burgess, Randy, Sophomore Favorite, Stu-
dent Council, Football, Latin Club.
Burkhalter, Jimmy, Band, ROTC, Data Pro-
Burns, Donnie, lCT.
Burruss, Jane, National Honor Society, Sci-
ence Club, National Merit Semifinalist, Wres-
Burtz, Lane, H-Y, Data Processing Club iPres-
identl, National Merit Scholarship-Letter of
Butler, Patti, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling Spirits,
FHA, FTA, Spanish Club.
Butts, Mike, Latin Club, Future Medics.
Calhoun, Bryan, Les Chanteurs, Football,
Callahan, Jane, FHA, FTA, Rebel Spirits,
Basketball Spirits, Spanish Club,
Callaway, Cyndi, Spanish Club, Rebel
Cammack, Janet, Musicals, Forensics Club,
Les Chariteurs, Latin Club.
Camp, Mark, Wrestling, Football, Choir, Mus-
Campbell, Gary, French Club, Journalism
Campbell, Jan, French Club.
Campbell, Rita, Band iTreasurerJ, Orchestra,
Future Medics iSecretary and Treasureri,
Canney, Valorie, Pioneer tEditorl, National
Honor Society, Quill and Scroll iSecretaryi,
Student Council, Speech Club.
Canode, Nelson, Contest Play, Wrestling,
Carpenter, Don, Mathematics Club.
Carroll, Janie, Student Council, DECA tRe-
porterl, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Carter, Bruce, Wrestling, Senior Activities
Carver, Johnny, Baseball, Journalism iRe-
Cary, Rusty, French Club, Journalism Staff.
Cates, Sammy, DECA.
Cazzell, Janis, National Honor Society, Se-
nior Gift Committee, Choir, Latin Club.
Chambers, Betty, FHA.
Chastain, Sandra, Tennis Team, Senior Acti-
vities Committee, Basketball Spirits, Rebel
Cherry, Mike, Wrestling, Student Council,
Senior Gift Committee, FHA.
Chewing, Marcus, Tennis Team, Student
Council, Senior Gift Committee, Sophomore
Christian, Randy, Student Council, Football.
Chude, Bill, Latin Club.
Clark, Marshi, Rebel Spirits, Orchestra, Sec-
Clark, Sue, Rebel Spirits.
Cline, Pat, The Mikado, Spanish Club, Wres-
tling Spirits, FTA, Choir.
Coleman, Becky, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling
Collins, Debbie, Les Chanteurs, Rebel Spirits,
Connally, Randy, Student Council, Tennis,
Conway, Sidney, FHA, Rebel Spirits, FTA,
Basketball Spirits, French Club.
Cornelius, Bob, Wrestling.
Cornwell, Scott, Football, Track, Senior Gift
Cosmic, Johnny, Baseball, Senior Activities
Cosper, Susan, Rebel Spirits, FHA, FTA.
Cothern, Debbie, Les Chanteurs, FTA, FHA,
Rebel Spirits, Crystal Ball Committee.
Cowles, Serena, FHA.
Cowley, Nancy, Rebel Spirits, DECA.
Cox, Bridgy, Tennis Team, Senior Gift Com-
mittee, Science Club, Hi-Y, Student Council.
Crain, Diantha, Spanish Club, FTA, Rebel
Spirits, Wrestling Spirits.
Cramer, Walter, Rodeo Club tCo-Treasurerl.
Crowder, Al, Senior Gift Committee, Spanish
Dalton, Wendel, Spanish Club, Senior Acti-
Daniel, David, Band.
Daniel, Tommy, Student Council, Latin Club,
Davis, Charles, Band.
Davis, Debbie, Student Council iRecording
Secretaryig C0-chairman, Rebel Spirits, Re-
bel Ann, Southern Belle Finalist, Las Memor-
ias iCelebrities Editori.
Davis, James B., ROTC, Wrestling.
Deaver, Vona, Les Chanteurs, French Club,
Denko, Scott, Senior Class President, Senior
Class Favorite, Las Memorias fPhotography
Dennett, Drew, Student Council, Spanish
Denny, Denise, FHA.
Devito, Mark, Science Club, Spanish Club.
Dobbe, Chris, French Club.
Dobervich, Brad, Football, Basketball, Mr.
Tascosa, Home and Family Living Club.
Dodgin, Bill, Football, Latin Club, Home and
Family Living Club, tSecretaryJ.
Doherty, David, Latin Club.
Douglass, Ken, Cheerleader, National Honor
Society, Student Council, Golf, Science Club.
Douglass, Shelley, DECA, Art Club.
Dowell, Roberta, FTA, Les Chanteurs, Rolling
Rebels, Rebel Spirits.
Duncan, Diane, Las Memorias tCo-Editori,
Miss FTA, National Honor Society, Band,
Duncan, Ginger, Student Council, Choir, Re-
bel Spirits, Choir, Rodeo Club.
Dunnagan, Bill, Wrestling.
Durham, Woody, Football, Track, Latin Club,
Rodeo Club, Student Council.
Dyson, Carolyn, Showboat, Thespians, Les
Chanteurs, Rebel Spirits, Gymnastics.
Ealy, Dave, FHA.
Eaves, Ricky, VICA.
Eddins, Janie, FTA, fPresidentl, National
Honor Society, Rebel Spirits.
Edwards, Ann, FHA.
Elliot, Stan, Track.
Englander, Mark, VICA.
Engle, Billie, Band, FTA, Rebel Spirits, Data
Erwin, Toni, VOE.
Esler, Vance, Track, National Honor Society,
Student Council, Mr. Howdy, Band.
Eubank, Mike, Track.
Eubanks, Kathy, DECA, Choir.
Eubanks, Ron, Basketball, Science Club,
Evans, Randy, PASF tChairmanJ, Spanish
Club, Senior Activities Committee.
Fangio, Susan, Orchestra Queen, Latin Club,
National Merit Commendation, French Club,
Fleming, Debbie, Rebel Spirits.
Flippin, Beverly, Rebel Spirits, FHA, Home
and Family Living Club, Spanish Club, Ama-
rillo Youth Council.
Flowers, Tony, OEA, Band, FHA.
Folley, Ricky, VICA.
Forbes, Sherylon, FHA, CHE.
Foster, Gary, Home and Living Club.
Fourman, Lowell, ICT.
Fowler, Janis, FTA, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Frisbie, David, VICA.
Frost, Charles, DECA, VICA.
Frost, Jan, FTA, My Fair Lady, FHA, Las
Memorias tAdvertising Co-Editorl, Rebel
Fry, Janie, FHA, Spanish Club.
Frye, Marvin, Band.
Fuller, Donnell, Basketball.
Gardner, Kyle, Football.
Garlin, David, Las Memorias tCo-Editor and
Photography Editori, National Honor Society,
Quill and Scroll, Outstanding First Year
Journalist, Rebel Band.
Garrett, Leslie, Football, Choir, FTA.
Gass, John, Track, Latin Club, FTA.
Gatlin, Kathy, Rebel Spirits.
Geiger, Steve, Les Chanteurs, Drama Musi-
cals, Student Council, FHA, Spanish Club.
Geneva, Gary, DECA, Senior Activities Com-
mittee, Football, Track.
George, Carl, French Club, Student Council,
Gephart, Bruce, Football, Senior Gift Com-
Gerwig, Wayson, Baseball, ROTC.
Gilbert, Debbie, Student Council, Senior
Activities Committee, Rebel Spirits, Wres-
Gilmore, Perry, Football, Baseball.
Glass, Greg, Band, Orchestra, Stage Band,
Senior Gift Committee.
Glover, Julie, Rebel Spirits, Senior Gift
Committee, Spanish Club.
Goodrich, Kathy, FHA.
Gordon, Randy, ROTC.
Grays, Alice, Senior Gift Committee, Student
Green, Allen, Rolling Rebels fPresidentl,
Green, Harry, Home and Family Living Club
Griffin, Toni, Data-Processing Club, Spanish
Grinstead, Terry, ROTC.
Groom, Margaret, Student Council, Senior
Activities Committee, French Club.
Guinn, Sherry, Les Chanteurs, FTA, Rebel
Spirits, Senior Gift Committee.
Guthrie, Jan, Wrestling Spirits, FHA.
Gutierrez, Becky, FHA.
Hackler, Jon, Les Chanteurs.
Hague, Corky, Key Club tTreasurerl, Head
Wrangler, ROTC, Senior Activities Committee.
Hale, Pam, DECA, Wrestling Spirits.
Hall, Cheryl, FHA.
Hall, Janet, FHA, Y-Teens.
Hanna, Alana, Rebels Spirits, FTA, FHA,
Harbour, Debbie, Spanish Club, FTA, FHA.
Hargis, Terry, Band.
Harms, Cindy, Rebel Spirits, Senior Gift
Harris, Marsha, FHA.
Harp, Victor, Football.
Hawkins, James, Wrestling.
Hayes, Dean, Football, Spanish Club, Les
Haynes, Lynda, Student Council, Spanish
Club, Les Chanfeurs, Rebel Spirits.
Haynes, Steven, Key Club.
Hedrick, Debby, FHA fPresidentl, Wrestling
Spirits, Choir, Basketball Spirits, Rebel
Hegedus, Janey, Spanish Club, FTA, FHA,
Heitz, Debbie, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling Spirits.
Henderson, Donny, Varsity Golf, Senior Ac-
tivities Committee, Spanish Club.
Henslee, Gale, Track, Science Club, Span-
ish Club, Senior Gift Committee.
Henslee, Jan, Orchestra, Band, FTA, Rebel
Hicks, Bill, Drama Club, Band, FHA.
Hill, Beth, Spanish Club.
Hill, Donna, FHA.
Hill, Eddie, French Club, Science Club.
Hill, Mary, Latin Club, National Honor So-
Hill, Ralph, Rodeo Club.
Hogan, Cathie, Tri-Hi-Y, Rebel Spirits, FHA.
Hoggatt, Dale, Key Club, Latin Club, Band.
Holbert, Bruce, Choir, FTA, Spanish Club,
Football, Senior Gift Committee.
Hollabough, Bill, Latin Club, Band.
Holland, Billy, Data Processing Club.
Hollinger, Gerry, Les Chanteurs.
Holloway, Rachel, Les Chanteurs, Spanish
Club, FTA, Girls Glee Club.
Holt, Beverly, Rebel Spirits, FHA.
Hood, Mark, Football, FTA, Spanish Club.
Hooker, Doug, DECA.
Hopson, David, National Honor Society, His-
tory Medal, Band, Senior Gift Committee.
House, Randy, Cheerleader, Junior Favorite,
Track, National Honor Society, Student
Council Nice Presidentj.
Howard, Les, Tennis, Key Club, Senior
Activities Committee, Wrangler.
Howard, Toni, Rebel Spirits, FTA, Choir,
Pestling Spirits, FHA.
Hrncir, Debbi, Cheerleader, Student Council,
Speech Club, Sophomore Class Secretary.
Hudgins, Wanda, Spanish Club.
Humphreys, Vicky, Latin Club, Rebel Spirits,
Home and Family Living Club, FHA.
Hutchens, Kelly, Rodeo Club fSecretaryl.
Hutchison, Sherri, Data Processing Club
Hutson, Gregg, AFS Foreign Exchange Stu-
dent, Future Medics fPresidentl, FTA, Youth
Council, Latin Club.
Hyde, Lynda, Choir, Rebel Spirits, Wres-
tling Spirits, FHA, Spanish Club.
Hyde, Myra, Rodeo Club, Senior Gift Com-
mittee, Choir, Rebel Spirits, Spanish Club.
lrwin, Corinne, National Honor Society, FTA
fParliamentarianJ, Student Council, Les
Ivy, Miriam, FHA tHistorian and Presidentl,
lzzard, Bill, Science Club, French Club, Home
and Family Living Club.
Jackson, Cathy, Rebel Spirits, FHA, French
Club, Y-Teens, Choir.
Jacobs, Randy, VICA, Speech Club, Latin
Jean, Toni, FHA, Rebel Spirits, Gym Club,
Jeffers, Randy, Rodeo Club fVice Presidentj,
National Honor Society, Student Council,
Senior Gift Committee.
Jefferson, Steve, Football, Choir.
Jenkins, Judy, Rebel Spirits, Senior Activi-
ties Committee, FTA, FHA.
Jenkins, Rolland, National Honor Society,
Rebel Band, Future Medics Club, Latin Club.
Jenkins, Tim, Les Chanleurs, Musicals,
Johnson, Cathy, VOE, Choir, Wrestling Spirits.
Johnson, Pat, FHA, VOE, Wrestling Spirits.
Johnson, Rick, General Reb, Senior Activities
Committee, Student Council, Speech Club,
Las Memorias fCopy Editorl.
Jolley, Vickie, Choir, FHA.
Kee, Dow, Sophomore President, Mr. FTA,
Speech Club, Football.
Keith, Bill, Pioneer tAdvertising Staffl, FHA,
Kelly, David, National Merit Scholarship
Semi-Finalist, National Honor Society, Key
Club, Math Club, Latin Club.
Killough, Danny, Wrestling, ICT fTreasurerl.
Kimble, David, Spanish Club, VICA.
Kims, Terry, Band, VICA.
King, Jan, Musicals, Spanish Club, FTA,
King, Lynn, Rebel Spirits.
King, Myra, FTA, FHA.
Kirklin, Jim, Band, VICA.
Klein, Karen, Rebel Spirits.
Knight, Denise, Rebel Spirits, Senior Activi-
Koopmann, Linda, Student Council, Spanish
Kownacki, Chris, French Club.
Kritser, Anna Belle, Rebel Ann, Musicals,
Rebel Spirits, Spanish Club, Powder Puff
Kuhn, Cathy, FHA, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling
Lane, Donnie, FHA, Senior Gift Committee.
Lara, Robbie, Student Council, Spanish Club,
Rebel Spirits, Senior Activities Committee.
Lard, Gene, Tennis Team, Senior Gift Com-
mittee, Spanish Club.
Leach, Alan, Spanish Club.
Lee, Bertie, Sophomore Favorite Runner-Up,
Lee, Bob, Band, Stage Band, Spanish Club.
LeGrand, James, Musical, Stage Manager.
Lemke, Nancy, National Honor Society, Re-
bel Spirits, Basketball Spirits, Senior Gift
Committee, Spanish Club.
Leone, Peggy, FHA.
Lewis, Jerry, Choir, DECA.
Lewis, John, Baseball, Choir, French Club,
Littau, Craig, Band, VOE.
Lloyd, Browning, Extemporaneous Speaking,
National Forensic League, Spanish Club,
tPresidentJ, Speech Club Nice Presidentj.
Loewenstern, Tara, Miss Southern Belle,
Musicals, Rebel Spirits, Les Chanteurs,
Love, Susan, Band, Rebel Spirits, Amarillo
Youth Conference, Data Processing Club,
Lowry, Karen, Senior Secretary, Choir Queen
Runner-Up, Les Chanteurs, FHA, Spanish
Luke, Roberta, Rebel Spirits.
Lutz, George, Les Chanteurs, Band, Spanish
Lyles, Malinda, FTA, French Club.
Mandril, Karyn, Speech Club, French Club,
Manley, Nancy, Texas Youth Conference,
Marr, Paula, FHA iSecond Vice Presidentj,
Rebel Spirits, FTA.
Martin, Marilyn, Les Chanteurs, Mikado, Re-
bel Spirits, FHA, French Club.
Mason, Betsy, Rebel Spirits, Basketball
Spirits, Senior Activities Committee, FTA,
Mask, Cathy, Student Council, FTA iFirst
Vice Presidentt, FHA iLibrarianl.
Massey, Jan, FHA.
Matheson, Luann, National Honor Society,
FHA, FTA Nice Presidentj, Amarillo Youth
Council, Senior Gift Committee.
Mercer, Connie, Speech Club, FTA, Rebel
Mernitz, Kenneth, National Honor Society,
Band, Orchestra, Key Club, Stage Band.
Milbern, Hazel, Y-Teens, Choir.
Miller, Steve, Wrestling, Senior Gift Commit-
tee, FTA, Spanish Club, FHA.
Miracle, Marilyn, Les Chanteurs, Musical,
Rebel Spirits, French Club, Latin Club.
Mitchell, Janet, Rebel Spirits, Choir, Basket-
ball Spirits, Wrestling Spirits.
Mok, Melissa, National Honor Society, Band,
Science Club lTreasurerl, Latin Club, French
Morehead, Joe Keith, Band, Orchestra, Data
Processing Club, Latin Club, Stage Band.
Moore, Desi, FTA, Spanish Club, Latin Club,
Moore, Jadene, FHA, Spanish Club, French
Club, Rebel Spirits.
Morris, Joe, Spanish Club, Tennis, Track.
Morris, Lou, Student Council, Spanish Club,
Morton, Darla, Spanish Club, FTA, Rebel
Mosley, Bob, Football, Student Council, Ju-
nior Class President, FHA.
Muir, Ronda, Outstanding American Teen-
ager Nomination, Miss District IX FTA, Band,
Musick, Melessia, Pioneer iEditorJ, National
Honor Society Nice Presidentt, Les Chan-
teurs, Quill and Scroll Nice Presidentl,
Muthersbough, Kim, Track, Band.
Myers, Terry, Hi-Y, President, Orchestra, Sci-
McClain, Pam, FHA.
McCormack, Kathi, Orchestra, FHA.
McCracken, Danny, Student Council, Band,
Orchestra, Latin Club.
McDowell, Elva, Orchestra tLibrarianJ, FHA.
McElroy, Rosa, Rebel Spirits, FHA, Gymnas-
McFather, Bobby, Latin Club, Band iLibrar-
ianj, Data Processing Club, Historian.
McKee, Vicki, VOE iTreasurerl, Band, FHA.
McLaughlin, Vicki, FHA, Wrestling Spirits.
McMorries, Kim, Rebel Band, Drum Major,
Key Club fPresidentt, National Honor Soci-
McPherren, Mike, Latin Club, Senior Gift
McSpadden, Wyatt, Senior Activities Com-
mittee, Musical, Drama.
McSwain, Vance, Band Nice Presidentl, Or-
chestra, Stage Band, Musical.
Napier, Kathy, Band, FHA.
Neie, Cindy, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling Spirits.
Nelson, Sherry, Band, Tascosa Youth Con-
ference, Rebel Spirits, FTA, Spanish Club.
Nelson, Vicki, Rebel Spirits.
Newby, Randy, Basketball, Choir, Les Chan-
Newman, Leah, Les Chanteurs, Senior Ac-
tivities, Student Council talt.l, Rebel Spirits,
Nicholson, Jena, Student Council, Crystal
Ball Committee, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling
Nivens, Donna, VOE, Choir, Rebel Spirits.
Nugent, Billy, Spanish Club.
Nunley, Fred, Wrestling, Student Council.
Nussbaum, Martin, Student Council iPresi-
dentl, National Honor Society tPresidentJ,
Debate, Boys State, National Merit Scholar-
Oakley, Jo Beth, FHA, Youth Council.
O'Brien, Mike, Wrestling.
Orlds, Margaret, Les Chanteurs, FHA, Re-
O'Tanger, Sharon, Band, Spanish Club, Re-
Ottensmeyer, Judy, Band, Rebel Spirits,
Owens, Charles, Football.
Owen, Mark, Wrestling, Oklahoma, My Fair
Packard, Ruthann, Orchestra, Student Coun-
Parker, Johnny, Les Chanteurs.
Parker, Melissa, Les Chanteurs, Rebel Spirits,
FTA, Spanish Club, FHA.
Parr, Helen, Las Memorias, Pioneer, Quill 8t
Scroll, FTA, THSPA First Place Cartoon.
Patton, Glenna, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Patton, Paula, FTA iSecretarYi3 FHA, Choir,
Rebel Spirits. I
Perdue, Debbie, Band, Twirler, Orchestra.
Peres, Krista, Las Memories iSophomorel
Editor, Rebel Spirits.
Perkins, Debbie, FHA.
Persons, Debi, VOE, Rebel Spirits.
Peterson, Brenda, Band, Data Processing
Petropoulos, Earl, Rodeo Club.
Phillips, Debby, Student Council, FTA, Las
Memories iSenior Editor, Rebel Spirits, Data
Phillips, Linda, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling
Pitcock, David, Rodeo Club tChairmanl.
Pitsch, Catherine, National Honor Society,
DECA Student of the Month, Latin Club,
Science Club, FTA.
Poindexter, Jeffery, Gold Key in Art.
Pond, Steve, VICA, ICT.
Pope, Linda, Choir Queen, Outstanding Mu-
sical Award, Most Valuable Choir Member,
Pope, Retha, VICA, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Post, Carla, DECA, Girl's Glee Club, Y-
Potter, Bill, Track, Basketball, Choir.
Pottorff, Tacy, Tennis, Rebel Spirits.
Powell, Becky, National Honor Society, Sec-
retary, Student Council, Latin Club, Basket-
ball Spirits, DAR Girl.
Powell, Charlotte, Student Council, iCorres-
ponding Secretaryl: Rebel Spirits.
Powell, Paula, DECA lSecretaryJ, Rebel
Spirits, Senior Gift Committee.
Pratt, Celest, Band.
Pray, Jeri, FHA, French Club, Raider Band.
Price, Karen, Les Canteurs.
Pride, Greggory, Football, Track.
Pringle, Robert, Football, VICA.
Proctor, Cathy, FTA, FHA.
Quackenbush, Louise, Tennis Team, Student
Council, Senior Activities Committee, Rebel
Spirits, Spanish Club.
Rapstine, Inga, Student Council, FHA, Span-
ish Club, Young Medics Club.
Ratlifi, Carolyn, Rebel Spirits, DECA.
Rea, Debbie, Spanish Club, FHA, Rebel
Spirits, Gymnastic Club.
Redd, Stephanie, Showboat, Choir.
Reed, Diana, FHA.
Reeves, Glenn, Football.
Reiley, Druce, Wrestling, Rolling Rebels,
Medics Club, Senior Activities.
Reimer, Blake, Wrestling, Showboat.
Renfro, Diana, Spanish Club, National Honor
Society, Rebel Spirits, FHA, Gymnastic Club.
Reynolds, Hylasue, Band, FHA.
Richardson, Linda, Rolling Rebels, FHA.
Richardson, Martha, FHA.
Richardson, Randy, Les Chanteurs, DECA.
Riddlespurger, Joel, Band, Choir.
Riddlespurger, Marla, Pioneer tEditor, Fea-
tures Editorj, Amarillo Youth Council.
Rigler, Mark, Band, Orchestra.
Roark, Chan, Las Memorias iFaculty Editorl,
Senior Activities Committee, Rebel Spirits,
FTA, Spanish Club.
Robbins, Homer, Las Memorias Staff, Band.
Roberts, Kent, Student Council iChaplainl,
Key Club fChaplainJ, National Honor Soci-
ety, Wrangler, Hi-Y.
Robertson, Roger, Rolling Rebels, Track,
Robson, Rhonda, Rebel Band, French Club,
Rodgers, La Vonda, VOE, Rebel Spirits,
Rogers, Jodi, Student Council, Rebel Spirits,
FHA, FTA, VOE Nice Presidentj.
Romero, Yolanda, Spanish Club, Rebel
Spirits, FHA, Latin Club.
Roth, Robert, Amarillo Youth Conference,
Spanish Club, Track, Hi-Y, FTA.
Rowell, Kevin, Les Chanteurs iPresidentl,
Rucker, Clifford, Band, Spanish Club, Latin
Rudd, Lynn, National Honor Society, Speech
Rue, Deene, Rebel Spirits, FHA, Spanish
Ruthart, Debra, Choir, Rebel Spirits, VOE.
Ryan, Dan, Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Rolling Re-
bels, Math Club, Future Medics.
Sackett, Marty, VOE, Rebel Spirits.
Sain, Linda, Rebel Spirits, FHA.
Sanders, Bridget, FTA, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Sapp, Dalton, Science Club.
Sasser, Valerie, Miss Tascosa, French Club
iPresidentl, Miss Southern Belle Finalist, Ju-
nior Secretary, Student Council.
Satterfield, Sydney, Spanish Club, Les Chan-
Saunders, Debbie, Cheerleader, Junior Vice
President, Rebel Spirits, Latin Club Favorite
Scamahorn, Ellen, Spanish Club.
Schantz, DiAnn, Cheerleader, Senior Favorite,
Senior Activities Committee.
Schattgen, Chuck, Student Council, Spanish
Schombu rg, Jamey, FHA, Science Club, Span-
Scoggins, Janice, Senior Activities Commit-
tee, National Honor Society, Student Coun-
cil, Latin Club, Secretary-Treasurer.
Scott, Denah, FHA, Band.
Scott, Sally, Rebel Spirits, Spanish Club,
Scott, Tom, Football, FFA, Student Council,
Searight, Sally, Las Memorias tActivities
Editorl, Spanish Club, FTA.
Seedig, Rusty, Les Chanteurs.
Seibert, Linda, Future Medics.
Sewell, Paul, Rolling Rebels, Band, Amarillo
Youth Council, Latin Club.
Sharber, Gail, DECA.
Sharman, Clare, State Contest Play, Drama
Workshop, Musical, Speech Club.
Sharp, Jim, Pioneer iSports Editorl, Tascosa
Youth Council Nice Presidentj, Band, Data
Processing Club, French Club.
Sharp, Marshallette, Sophomore Vice Presi-
dent, Student Council, Miss Southern Belle
Finalist, Spanish Club, Choir.
Shelton, Elaine, Senior Activities Committee,
Spanish Club, Choir.
Shelton, Oliver, Choir.
Sheriff, Jimmy, DECA tPresidentl, Football,
Sherrer, Mike, Orchestra, Home and Family
Shulkin, Barry, National Merit Scholarship,
Band, Key Club, Spanish Club, Senior Ac-
tivities Committee, National Honor Society.
Simms, Sherry, Band, FTA, Rebel Spirits.
Sims, Janis, Rebel Spirits, Senior Gift Com-
mittee, FTA, Spanish Club.
Sisk, Lisa, FTA, Rebel Spirits, FHA.
Sittel, Debby, Rebel Spirits, Spanish Club,
Las Memorias lSenior Editorl.
Slagle, James, Spanish Club, Football, Cap-
tain, Runner-Up Favorite.
Slape, Mona, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling Spirits,
Spanish Club, FHA.
Small, Debbie, Rebel Spirits, Band.
Smith, Charles, FTA.
Smith, Debbie, Band, Spanish Club, Rebel
Smith, Jackie, Band, My Fair Lady, Show-
Smith, Jenny, Rebelettes.
Smith, Karen, Orchestra, FHA.
Smith, Ken, FHA.
Smith, Linda, National Honor Society, Data
Processing Club, Lat
Smith, Patsy, FHA.
in Club, Y-Teens.
Smith, Phil, Les Chariteurs, FHA, Spanish
Smith, Steve, National Honor Society, Sci-
Jane, Choir, Rebel Spirits,
V., Student Council, Rebel
Sneed, Shirley, Choir, Rebel Spirits, FHA.
Snellgrove, Walter, ICT.
Snipes, Max, Baseball, Senior Gift Committee.
Snook, Craig, National Honor Society.
Spencer, Carolyn, Student Council, Senior
Gift Committee, Rebel Spirits, FTA, FHA.
Spencer, Ricky, Science Club, Program
Chairman, Latin Club.
Spivey, David, Key Club, Wranglers, Las
Memories and Pioneer tPhotographerl, Span-
ish Club, Student Council.
Spooner, Bobbi, Orchestra, Rebel Spirits,
Spurgeon, Karen, Rebel Spirits, Latin Club,
Amarillo Youth Council, FTA, FHA.
Staggs, Lynn, Tennis Team.
Starkey, Jenny, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling
Spirits, FHA, FTA.
Starks, Susie, Basketball Spirits, Rebel
Spirits, Senior Activities Committee, French
Standley, Paul, Band, Choir, Orchestra.
Stockton, Stanley, Stage Mangager.
Stitt, Tommy, Band, Choir.
Stockdale, Becky, Choir, Latin Club, Rebel
Stout, Tom, Rodeo Club tPresidentl, Latin
Club, Home and Family Living Club.
Strader, Patty, Rebel Spirits, Y-Teens, FHA.
Steiner, Debbie, Rebel Spirits, Choir, VOE.
Sundby, Hanne, AFS
Foreign Exchange Stu-
dent Council, Spanish Club, Science Club.
Sutton, Del, Rodeo Club.
Sutton, Rhonda, Les Chanteurs, French Club,
Senior Gift Committee.
Swauger, Heidi, Las
Editorj, French Club
Sweeney, Cindy, FTA
Swisher, Greg, Golf
Society, Key Club, St
Tackett, Regina, F
Spirits, FHA, Student
, Rebel Spirits, Amarillo
, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Team, National Honor
udent Council, Hi-Y.
ootball Queen, Rebel
Tacquard, Sherral, VOE, FTA.
Tarver, Roger, ICT.
Tate, James, Football, Senior Gift Commit-
tee, Science Club, Latin Club, Student Coun-
Taylor, Cathie, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Taylor, Curt, VICA, Football, Spanish Club.
Taylor, Jan, Rebel
Taylor, Karen, Data
Spirits, VOE, Spanish
Processing Club, Span-
Teague, Kathy, Las Memorias iAssociate
Editorl, French Club,
Quill and Scroll.
Tedford, Ronnie, FHA.
Thompson, Diane, Student Council, DECA
Sweetheart, French Club, Basketball Spirits,
Rebels Spirits, FTA.
Thornburg, Shirley, Spanish Club, Rebel
Spirits, FTA, Data Processing Club.
Thut, Cathy, Student Council, Future Medics,
Les Chanteurs, GRA.
Tigart, Tom, FTA, Spanish Club, FHA.
Timmons, Debby, VOE, Rebel Spirits, Span-
ish Club, Drama.
Tominson, Steve, Football, Band.
Tompkins, Mike, Rodeo Club.
Truitt, Jimmy, Basketball, Baseball, Spanish
Underwood, Bill, Rolling Rebels.
Unsell, Cindy, FHA, Spanish Club, FTA, Stu-
Vance, Mandy, FTA, Rebel Spirits, French
Club, Senior Gift Committee.
VanDoren, Rita, Les Chanteurs, Showboat,
French Club, Rebel Spirits, Mikado. i
Vinson, Perry, Basketball, Data Processing
Club, Latin Club.
Wagnon, Brad, Rodeo Club.
Walker, Steve, Basketball, Student Council,
Wall, Nancy, Choir, FTA, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Wallace, Linda, Spanish Club, FTA, FHA.
Walls, Annette, Choir, FHA, Rebel Spirits.
Walsh, Mary Ann, FHA, VOE, Rebel Spirits.
Walters, Virginia, Spanish Club, FTA, Mu-
Ward, Mary Kay, FHA, Choir.
Warnick, Cathy, FTA, FHA, Rolling Rebls,
Choir, Rebel Spirits.
Washburn, John, Football, Track, Basketball.
Watson, Randall, Band.
Wattenburger, Kathy, Miss Southern Belle
Finalist, Rebel Ann, Key Club Sweetheart,
Favorite Runner-up, Les Chanteurs.
Weatherbee, Janice, FHA.
Wehrman, Mike, Science Club.
Weir, Carolyn, Spanish Club.
Wheeler, Ann, FTA, Rebel Spirits, Spanish
Wheeler, John, All-State Band, Latin Club,
Senior Activities Committee, All-State Or-
White, Sheri, FHA.
Whitlow, Charles Pioneer iExchange Editorl,
Whittaker, Randy, VICA lSecretaryl.
Wilhite, Cathy, Rebel Spirits, French Club.
Wilkins, Sandra, Rodeo Club, Rebel Spirits.
Williams, Bart, Track.
Williams, Brenda, Rodeo Club, Drama Club.
Williams, Don, Spanish Club, FHA.
Williams, Dub, National Honor Society, Sci-
Williams, Ken, Baseball, Student Council.
Williams, Stuart, Hi-Y tVice Presidentl.
Williamson, Norman, Rebel Radio Club.
Willingham, Steve, ICT.
Wilson, Brent, DECA.
Wilson, Jim, ICT.
Wingate, Gayle, National Honor Society,
Student Council, Senior Gift Committee.
Wireman, Dena, Spanish Club, FHA, CHE.
Witcher, Bennie Jo, FHA, CHE.
Witt, Dianna, Rebel Spirits.
Womack, Alan, Band.
Wood, Shannon, Senior Activities Committee,
Latin Club, Youth Council.
Woods, Gail, Band, FHA.
Wright, Gail, VOE, FHA.
Wright, Norman, Key Club, National Merit
Commendation, Spanish Club, Senior Activi-
Wyatt, Robert, Student Council.
Yeary, Janet, Rebel Spirits, Choir, DECA.
York, Bill, Spanish Club, Track, Home and
Family Living Club.
York, Larry, ICT iPresidentl, VICA.
Young, Carol, Rebel Spirits, Wrestling Spirits.
A 81 W Root Beer 264
ABEL, DEBBIE ISRI 165
Abrahamson, Debbie Isophy 214
Abrahamson, Dick Isophl 214,220,113
ABRAHAMSON, GEORGE ISRI 165
Acton, Bill Isophj 64,214
ADAMS, KAREN ISRI 165
Adams, Leon Ijry
ADAMS, LINDA ISRI 110,165
ADAMS, WAYNE ISRI 165,153
Adamson, John Isophl 65,214,113
Adkins, Denise Ijrl 196
Adlong, Bruce ljrl
Adlong, Rosemary Url 106,196
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 124
Ainsworth, Cindy Isophb 214
ALBERTSON, JAN ISRI 165,196,100
Albertson, Kris IjrI
ALEXANDER, BETTY ISRI
Alexander, Larry Ijrl
Alford, Ricky Isophi 214
Allen, Pam Ijrl
ALLISON, GAYLE QSRI 165,113
Allison, Rita IsophI 214
Allred, Beverly Ijri 196,112
Allston, Glenda Isophj 24
Alsobrook, Dave IsophI 214
ALSOBROOK, KATHY ISRI 165,113
Altsman, Kaye Ijrl 106,196,287
Alvarez, Alex 162
Amarillo Bowl 261
Amarillo Clearing House 242
Amarillo College of Hairdressing 235
Amarillo Savings 264
Amarillo Sports Cycles 264
Amick, Howard 122
Amick, Vivian fsophj 214
ANDERSON, CHRIS ISRI 165
Anderson, Eldon Isophl 214,109
ANDERSON, JACKIE ISRJ 110,165,242
ANDERSON, LOU ISRI 165
Anderson, Rickie Ijrb
ANDERSON, RUTH ISRJ 106,165,100
Andy's Custom Homes 234
Annett, Clarence IjrI 106,196,100
Anthony, Shelly tjrj 196
Apex Plumbing 265
ARCHER, CHESTER ISRI 165,100
Archer, Melinda Isophl 85,214
Archer, Susan Ijrb 196,287
Armer, Alie 162
Armstrong, Debbie IsophI 214
Armstrong, Eileen fjrj 196
Armstrong, Kim tsopnj 214
Armstrong, Pearl 162
ARMSTRONG, RANDY ISRI 104,165
Arney, Carole fjrI
Arrant, Neal IsophI 24
ARREZ, LUCY iFac.I 131
Arrington, Carla Isophj 214
ART DEPARTMENT 152,153
Artistic School of Hairdressing 251
Ashby, Steve Ijrb 196
Asher, Lora Jane Isophj 214
ASHLEY, JOHNNY ISRI
ASHMEED, EUGENE IFac.I 152
Ashworth, Anne Ijrj 106,110
Ashworth, Robert 122
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 124
Arterburn, Tim IjrI 196
Arthur, Denny IsophI 214
Atlas Van Lines 266
Ault, Debbie lsophj 214
Ault, Deedee Ijrl 196
AURA, CHRISTY LEE, ISRI 165
Austin, David 122
AUSTIN, JIM ISRI 67,165,76,72,69
Autry, Bruce Isophl 214
AUTRY, CAROLYN ISRI 165,100
Autry, George Isophl 214
AVENT, LUCY ISRI 165
Avondale Polyclean 253
BABB, CHUCK ISRI 44,165,45,54,48
Babb, L.P. 122
Babb, Susan Isophl 214
Bacon, David fsophb 65,214
Badgett, Barbara Ijrj 116,196
Baer, DeNeice Cjrl 196,100
BAILEY, BILL ISRI
BAILEY, CYNDI ISRI
Jo tsophy 214
Karen Lynn Ijrj 100
Karen Sue Ijri 196,133
Ken Ijrl 84,196
BAILEY, MARLYSE ISRI 165
BAKER, BECKY ISRI 165
Baker, Mark tjrl 110,96,196
Baker, Pam Ijrl
BAKER, PAT LEE ISRI 165,112
Baker, Shelly Isophb 214
Baker, Steve Ijrb 196
Baker, Tom Ijrl 92,143,196,83
BALDWIN, RON ISRI 165
Bates, Debbie Ijrj 196
Balfour, Cherry Qjrj
Ballard, Billie IjrI
BALLARD, CONNIE KSRI
Ballon, David Isophl 214
BANDY, MARIANNE ISRI 116,165,100
Banks, Julie Isophj 214
BARBER, RONN ISRI 110,165,81
BARBER, SANDY ISRI 104,165,97,132,100
Barclay, Harold Isophj
BARFIELD, PHELPS ISRJ
BARHAM, CHRISTINE QSRJ 158,165,97
BARKER, BECKY ISRI 165
Barlow, Kim Isophl 64,214
Barnes, Debbie fsophj 214
BARNES, IKE ISRI 165,287,155
Barnes, Jeannie tjrj
Barnes, Larry Ijrl 196
Barnes,Terry tsophj 214
BARNETT, LINDA ISRI 85,165
Barret, Rick Isophl
Barrington, Joe Ijrl
BARRY, STEVE CSRI 165
Barth, Mike Ijrj 196
BARTON, BETH ISRI 165
BASHIOUM, DENNIS ISRI 110
BASKETT, HARVEY ISRI 165
BASSETT, DARLA ISRJ 110,165,245,100
BASSETT, MARTHA CSRI 134,165,100
Batchlor, Melody lsophj 214,224
Bateman, Bill tsophj 214
Batt, Debbie Isophj
Baty, Billy Ijrb
BAUDER, ANDREA ISRI 165
Baughman, Mike 165
Bauman, Patti IjrI
Bauman, Robert Ijrl 196,100
BAXLEY, MARK ISRJ
BAY, NINA LOUISE ISRI 165,100
Beardsley, Susan IsophI 214
Beasley, Linda Isophj 214
Beauregard, Dean Isophj 214
Beavers, Mike Isophj 214
Beck, Carolyn Ijrl 196
Beck, Linda Isophb 214,113
Beckett, Clark IsophI
Beckham, Karen Isophi 104,214
Beebe, Cathy Isopht 214
Beebe Lumber Company 234
Beene, Buddy Url 196
Beesley, Linda Isophj 113
Begey,Joe tsopht 214
Belcheff, Jana Ijrj
Belcher, Patrice Ijrj 196
Bell,Jana Isophj 214
BELL, JOE DICK ISRI 166
Bell, Wanda Ijrj 112
Bellah, Sherry Ijrl
Bennett, Chris Uri
BENNETT, JUANITA IFac.I 162
Bentley, Judy Ijrb 196,100
BENTLEY, TRAVIS ISRI 166,83
Benton, Debbie Ijrb 196
Bethel, Garland tjrl
BEESON, BEVERLY ISRI 110,165
BEVERS, LEN ISRI
Biggs, John Ijrj
BIGHAM, KAYLA ISRI 165,100
Bilderback, Leslie isophl 24
BINGHAM, LOU IFac.J 162
Binnion, Lynn Ijrl 117,196
Bird, Doug Ijry 106
Bird, Steve lsophI 214
BIRGE, PATSY tFac.I 138
Birmingham, Richard fjrI 196
BIRMINGHAM, TOM ISRI 166,100
Bishop, Becky Isophi 214,109
Black, Brian IsophI
Black, Debbie Lyn Ijrj 196
BLACK, DIANE ISRI 166
BLACK, KIM ISRI 166,100
BLACK, MARY IFac.I 126
BLACK, MONTE ISRI
BLACKBURN, MOIRA ISRI 166
BLACKBURN,VICKI ISRJ 166,100
Blackburn, Wyatt tsophl 214
BLACKWELL, ROSEMARY ISRI 166
BLADES, PATRICIA ISRI 166,113
BLAIR, JACIE ISRI
BLAKE, KIM ISRI 166
BLAKE, ROBERT, ISRI
Blakesley, Debbie isophl 149,214,113
BLAND,ANN ISRI 166,100
Bland, Martha fjrl 196,113,100
BLANKENSHIP, JUDY ISRJ 166
BLANSCET, CAROLYN ISRI 166
Blessen, lvon Qsophl 214
Blue, Jan Isophj 86,214
Blumer, Melanie Ijrj 22,110
Boatwright, Gary Isopht 215
Bobbitt, Ed Isophy
Bobbitt, Pam Ijrl 22
Bocox, Debbie IsophI
BOGAN, GARY ISBJ 166,7O,76,68,26,73
Boggs, Gary IsophI 215
Boggs, Jimmy Ijrl
Bogue, Frank Ijrj 196
BOND, REIDA QSRI 167
BOND,VICKY ISRI 166
BONE, GARY ISRI 106,166
Bonefield, Sam fsophj 215
BONNETTE, GAIL DIANE ISRI 67
Bonnette, Gary Ijrl 198
Booker, Charles Ijrl
Bordelon, Bob Ijrj 196
Borger, Robin IjrI
Bounds, Oscar 122
Bowen, Denise Ijrb 196
Bower, David IjrI 196,81
Bowers, Cathy 197
Bowling, Delinda Url 197
BOWLING CLUB 96
Bownam, Beth Url
BOX, BRENDA ISRl 167,41
Box, Lynette 91,197,263
Boyle, Holly Url 197,237
Braboy, Bill lsophl 215
Brayboy, Patricia Url 197
Bradbury, Marianne Isophl
BRADFORD, DEBBIE iSRl 106,167
BRAGG, CINDY ISRl 110,167
Bramblett, Dale tsophl 63,215
Bramblett, Gail Isophl 165,215
Brands, Cooleen Url 197
BRANDS, MIKE iSRl 102,167,100
BRANT, BEVERLY tSRl
Branum, Jan Url 197
Bradshears, Chris lsophl 215,113
Bradshears, Greg Url 197
Brandt, Bill Url 106,110,197,109
BRAXTON, LARRY tSRl 167
Bray, Dale Url 197
Brazel, Debbie tsophl 215
Breedan, Linda Sue isophl 215
Brehm, Randall lsophl
Bremer, Jan Url 197,287,245
,Cheryl Url 197
Brewer, Debbie Url 197
Brewer, Dennis tsophl 215
Brewer, Mike Url 61
BREWTON,JOE tSRl 167
Bridges, David lsophl 215
BRIDGES, DON lSRl 167,83
Bridges, Mike Url 61,197
BRIERLY, SYBAL tFac.l 160
BRIGGS, DOUG ISRl 157,167
BRINKLEY, KENNETH tFac.l 17,161,639
,John lsophl 215
,Melinda Url 106,198
, Robby Url 198
Britten, Wallace tsophl
Britten, Wendell lsophl
Brock, DebbieUrl 198,112
BROOKS, JIM tSRl 167
Brooks, Sue Url 106,198
Brooks, Teresa lsophl 215
BROWN, BILL lSRl 167
Brown, Bill Url
Debbie Isophl 215
BROWN, EDDIE iSRl
BROWN, JACKIE tSRl 167
Brown, Jim Url
LouAnne tsophl 215
Mike Url 60,198
Nancy tsophl 215
Pamella tsophl 215
BROWN, R.E. lSRl 167
Richard lsophl 81
BROWN, RONNIE iSRl 167
Brown, Steve lsophl 153,215
BROWN, SUE iSRl 167
Brown, Suzanne tsophl 215
BROWN, VIRGIL lFac.l 152
BROWNING, DEBRA lSRl 167
Brownlee, Kay lsophl 215,109
BRUCE, CYNTHIA iSRl
Bruce, Danny lsophl 215
Bruce, David Jim lsophl 216
, KAREN tSRl 167
Bruddige, Ragenia isophl 216
Woody Url 106
N,JAN iSRl 110,167
Pam tsophl 216
Steve tsophl 216
Wayne lsophl 216,109
BUNDY, ALMA lFac,l 126
BUNDY, TIM tSRl 167,173
BUNYAN, GREG tSRl 167
BURAL,VONNIE lSRl 104,106,167
Burfield, Brent Url 106,198
Burge, Debbie lsophl 216,113
Burge, George 162
Burgess, Linda Url 198,113,132
BURGESS, RANDY lSRl 24,167
Burget, Mark isophl 61,216
Burk, Tim Url
Burkett, Joanna Url 104,198
BURKHALTER, JIMMY iSRl 106,167
Burkman, Gary tsophl 216
Burleson, Gary lsophl 216
Burnett, Bill Url 198
Burnet, Blaine lsophl 64,216
BURNS, DONNIE lSRl
Bruns, Roma Url 198,100
BURRIS, WAYNE tSRl 83
BURRUSS, JANE lSRl 168,100
Burrus, Lucy tsophl 216
Burton, David lsophl 216
BURTZ, LANE ISRl 129,168,100
Burtz, Marla lsophl 216,112
Business Department 160
Butler,Jerilyn Url 198
BUTLER, PADDI lSRl 168,100
BUTTS, MIKE tSRl 168
Byers,Trudie tsophl 216
BYRD, JO ANNE lFac.l 18,139
BYRD, ROY iSRl
Cafeteria Staff 162
Cain, Mike lsophl 216
Cairns, Steve lsophl 64,216
CALCOTE, WESLEY lSRl
CALHOUN, BRYAN tSRl 110,168
Callahan, Chris Url 198
CALLAHAN,JANE tSRl 168
CALLAWAY, CYNDI lSRl 168
Camden, Tommy Url 198
Cameron, Becky lsophl 216
CAMFIELD, DAVID IFac.l 67,140,76,69
CAMMACK, JANET tSRl 110,168,100
CAMP, DAVID tSRl 168
CAMP, MARK iSRl 20,110,168,81
CAMPBELL, GARY iSRl 102,168,198
Campbell, Gary Url 61,63
CAMPBELL, JAN tSRl 110,168,100
Campbell, Kim Url 104,106,198,108
Campbell, Mike Url 199
Campbell, Pat lsophl 216
CAMPBELL, RITA tSRl 104,106,168,144
Campbell, Royanne lsophl 216
CANNEY, VALORIE lSRl 116,154,168,55,48
CANODE, NELSON ISRl 168
CANTER, LARRY tSRl
Cantu, Leo lsophl
Carder, Debbie lsophl 216
CAREY, DEBBY iSRl 168
CAREY, JOEL tSRl 168
CARLSON, CAROLYN lSRl 110
CARPENTER, DON tSRl 168
Carpenter, Kenneth lsophl
Carr, Robert Url 216
Carraway, Iris Url
Carr, Sheryl isophl 216
Carrington, Denesse Url 199
CARROLL, JANIE lSRl 168
Carroll, Julie Url 199
CARTER, BRUCE tSRl 168,83
Carter, Cindy lsophl 216,112
Carter, Kit isophl 216
Carter, Winn Url 85
Cartwright, Dave Url 199
CARVER, JOHNNY tSRl 168
Carver, Priscilla tsophl 104,217
Carter, W.W. 122
Cary, Caryl lsophl 217,3
CARY, RUSTY tSRl 168
Cash, Cindy 235
Casper, Collette 112
CASTILLO, JULIAN tSRl 168
Cate, Larry isophl
Cauley, Pat lsophl 217
Cauley, Paul isophl 65,217
CAZZELL, JANIS iSRl 113,100
Cazzell, Rhonda tsophl 217
Cearley, Don lsophl
CHAMBERS, BETTY ISRl
Chambers, Brenda lsophl
Champeau, Beverly lsophl 217
Chandler, Joyce Url 110,199
Chapman, Larry Url 106,199,83
Charter, Brenda Url
CHASTAIN, SANDRA tSRl 85,169,248
CHERRY, MIKE tSRl 169
Cheshire, Ross lsophl 61,217,76,71
Chestnut, David Url
CHEWNING, MARCUS lSRl 169
Christal, Mike lsophl 217,113
Christionson, Jim tsophl 217
Christenson, Tia Url 199
CHRISTIAN, DALLAS fFac.l 42
CHRISTAN, RANDY tSRl 110,169
Chrysler, Mike lsophl
CHUDEJ, BILL lSRl 169
Circle N Appliance 237
Clark, Al Url 104,199,100
CLARK, B. H. lFac.l 140
Clark, Brenda tsophl 217
CLARK. CAROL iFac.l 140,100
Clark, Johnny Url
CLARK, MARSHI tSRl 104,169,179,26
Clark, Patty tsophl 217
Clark, Sandy Url 104,106,199,10O
CLARK, SUE fSRl 169
Clark, Toney Url 106,199
Claughton, Nancy Url 199
Clayton, Lisa Url 199
Chick, Randy lsophl 65,217,113
CLINE, MARY ALICE IFac.l 124,126
CLINE, PAT iSRl 156,169
Clinton, Susan Url
Cloth World 237
Cobb, David Url 199
Cobb, Dena Url 199
COBB, RICKY ISRl 169
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 268
Cochran, Johnny Url
COCKERHAM, JOHN lSRl
COFFEY, HOLLY ISRl 169
Coffey, Diannie tsophl
Coffman, Becky Url 199
COKENDOLPHER, DAVID lSRl
COLDIRON, RON ISRl
COLEMAN, BECKY tSRl 169
COLSON, JOHN tFac.l 140
Cole, Christopher tsophl 217
Cole, Richard 104
COLEMAN, EUGENE tFac.l 156
Coley, Jim lsophl 217
Coley, Tim Url 110,199
Collard, Allan Url 199
Collier, Patti lsophl 217
COLLINS, DEBBIE tSRl 169
Collins, Francis Url 106,199,108,79
Collins, Greg tsophl 217
Buckholt. Kenny Url
Bucklew, Deborah lsophl 216
Budd, Tommy isophl
Bufkin, Marilyn Url 198
Bull, Debra isophl
Cartwright, Jon isophl
Carter, Billie Jo lsophl 216
Carter, Bruce 83
Carver, Brad Url 84,199
Carver, Diane lsophl 217
Collins, Tom lsophl
Caren tsophl 217
Rex lsophl 217
Commons, Carol Url 199
Conkling, Ann tsophb 217
COMALLY, RANDY QSRJ 170
Connally, Ronnie fsophl 217
Conrad, Randy 85
Continental Trailways 255
CONWAY, SIDNEY QSRJ 170
Cook, Mike tjry
Cook, Ricky fjrl 199
Cook, Steve tjrb 199
Cooper, Clif tsophl
Cooper,Jackie tjrl 199
Corbet, John tsophj
Corner, Frank fsophy 217
Cornelius, Becky Cjrl 199
CORNELIOUS, BOB QSRD 170,259
CORNWELL, SCOTT CSRJ 61 ,63,170,100
Cosmic, Carol tsophj 217
COSMIC,JOHNNY ISRJ 170
Cosper, Steve fsophl 217
COSPER, SUSAN QSRJ 170,243,100
COSSEY, GARY QSRD
COTHREN, DEBBIE QSRJ 110,170,243
Courtesy American Inc. 254
Cowden, Brian Url
Council, Sharon fjrj 199
Courtney, Dennis Csophj
COURTNEY, LISA CSRJ 170
Courtney, Scott fjry
COWLES, SERENA CSRJ 170
Cowden, Bryan -199
Cowley, Billy fsophl 217
COWLET, BOBBY QSRJ 170
COWLEY, NANCY QSRJ 158,170
Cowling, Ronald tjrl 199
Cox, Deonna fjrl 106,199
Cox, Don ljrl 85,199
COX, BRIDGY QSRJ 85,170,7
Cox, Kathy fjrj 199
Cox, Larry tjrj
Cox, Sheryl tjrt 199
Crabb, Don lsophl
CRABB, MARK QSRJ
Craig, Linda tsophj
CRAIN, DIANTHA QSRJ 170
Cramer, Robin fjrb 85,199,112
CRAMER, WALTER fSRl 19,170
CRAWFORD, HENRY qFac.J 160
Crawford, John ljrt
CRAWFORD, GWEN tFac.J 162
Crawford, Mike fsophj 217
Crawford, Steve fsophj 199,218
Crawford, Steve Cjrb 65,217
Crites, Barry tjrl 199
Crofford, Darrell tjrl 199
Crofford, Mike tsophb 64
Crona, Fred 64
Cross, Sammy ljrj
Cross, Tommy tsophj 199,217
Crowe, Anne fsopht 217
Crow, Mike ljrl 199
CROWDER, AL lSRl 170
CROWELL, KEVIN QSRJ 110,170
Crump, Charisse tjrj 199
CRUMP, JO LYNN QSRQ 170
Crump, Rhonda isopht 217
CRUMP,VICKY CSRJ 170
Cuellar, Diane tsophl 217
Cummings, Sharon tjrl 110,199
CUNDIFF, LES KSRJ 67,7O,171,75,76,55,68,
Cundiff, Tommy Url
Curphey, Chris fsophl 217,71
Curtis, Nancy tsophl 217
Curtis, Tim Url 59,61,63,199
Custodial Staff 162
Custom Trophies 266
Cutright, Marshall tjrj 199
Dallas, Peter A. 122
Dalton, Shayne 180
DALTON, WENDEL fSRl 171
Dammier, Marilyn tjrt 199
Damron Jewelers 259
DANIEL, DAVID KSRD 106,171,252
Daniel, Diane tjrl 199,113
Daniel, Doug Url 199,71
Daniel Larry tsophj 217
Daniel, Patty fjrl 110,199,205,100
DANIEL, TOM QSRD
DATA PROCESSING 128,129
Davidson, Janet tsopht 217,109
Davidson, Shirley tsophj 217,109
DAVIS, CHARLES CSRJ 106,171
DAVIS, DEBBIE QSRJ 90,98,171,1
Davis, Debbie tjrl
DAVIS, DIANNE fFac.J 129
DAVIS,JAMES lSRl 171
DAVIS, HAZEL tFac.1 138
DAVIS, JIM QSRJ
Davis, Guy Url 199
Davis, Joanne Csophj 217
Davis, Trudy fsophj
Dawson, Neil tsophl
Day, Lalei fjrt 199
DEAN, TRAVIS QSRJ 171
Dean ofGirls 124
Deane, William fjrl 200
DEASON, NANCY tFac.1 181
Deaton, Dera tsophj 112
Deaver, Boyd tsophj 65,217
Deaver, Daine isophj 217,113
DEAVER,VONA QSRJ 110,171,136
Debenport, Dan tjrl 200
Deckard,Torn fjrl 200
Decker, Mitch fsophj 217,113
Decker, Suzanne fjrl 200
Demared, Paula tsophl 217
Demers, Karen fsophl 217,109
DEMPSEY, GAYLE QSRJ
Dempsey, Judy 171
DENKO, SCOTT QSRJ 287,32,33
Denman, Cleo 162
Dennett, Debby tsophj 217
DENNETT, DREW QSRD
DENNY, DENISE CSR! 171,247
DENNY, DEBBIE CSRJ 171
DeSALVO, JOSEPHINE tFac.1 138
Denson, Steve fjrl 200,81
Denton, Beth tjrj 200
Denton, Marilyn fjrl 106,200
DePauw, William tjrj 162
Detrixhe, Mary ijrl
DeVITO, MACK CARROL QSRJ 171
DEWALD, ROBBIE tFac.1 138
DICK, TOMMY CSRJ
Dickerson, Carol tsophj 24
Dickenson, Kathy tsophj 217
Dickson, Ronald tsopht
DILLARD, LONNIE CSRJ
Dillard, Stephen isophl 217,113
Dillingham, Brenda fsophl
Dillon, Laquetta fsophl 217
Dillon, Patty tsopht 104,217
Dixon, Sharon fjrj 201
Dixon, Walter fsophj
DOAK, CHARLOTTE CSRJ
DOBBE, CHRIS KSRJ 171,248
DOBEFIVICH, BRAD QSRD 62,3O,31,53
Doche 81 Company 256
Dodgen, Kathy tjrl 98,201,43,79
Dodgen, Paul tsophl 64,218,813
DODGIN, BILL CSFU 60,61,171,27,10O
DOHERTY, DAVID fSRJ 171
Donaho, Susan tjrj 201
Dorchester Gas Company 255
DORSEY, RUBY tFac.1 162
Donaldson, Paul tjrl
Doster, Kathy fjrb 201
Doster, Tony tsophl 218
DOUGLASS, KEN QSRJ 84,171,191,45,106
DOUGLASS, SHELLEY QSRJ
DOWELL, ROBERTA QSRJ 110,171
Downey, Jeanne fsopht 218
Doyle, Lyn tjrb 201
Dr. Pepper 238
Drake, Bill ljrl
Drake, Marie fCus.l 162
Drama Department 114,115,145
DREASHER, MAX QSRD 171
Duckworth, Preston tjrj 128
Duke, Elaine tsophj 85,218
Duke, Linda tjrl 18,85,201,100
Duncan, Brenda tjrl 98,201
DUNCAN, DIANE CSR1 171,119,287,100,155
Duncan, Gary tjrj
DUNCAN, GINGER fSR1 171
Duncan, Melinda tsophy 111,218
Duncan, Steve fsophj
Duncan,Steve fjrl 218
DUNHAM, DAVID CSRJ 143,171,239
Dunham, Kirk isophj 218,109
Dunlap, Sammy tsophj
Dunlap, Walt tjrl
Dunman, Jackson 162
Dunn, Doug fsophb 218
Dunn,Wanda fsopht 218
DUNNAGAN, BILL CSRJ 171
Durham, Diane fjrt 201
DURHAM, TOM CSRJ 172
DURHAM, WOODY KSRJ 172
Durrett, John 201
Durrett, Randall tjrl
Duane, William 84
Dyer, Bill tjry 106,201 ,206,108,100
DYSON, CAROLYN QSRJ 91 ,110,172,179,100
EALY, DAVE fSRJ
Ealy, Kim tjrt 218
Ealt, Robert tsophj
Early, Patricia fsophl 218
Easley, Gail tsopht 218
Easley, Lynette fsophj 218
Easley, Richard CjrJ 201
Eastland, Becky fjrb 98
Eastland, Ricky tjrj 201
Eaves, David tsophl 218
EAVES, RICKEY QSRJ 178
Eaves, Rick fjrj
Eddins,Janice tjrl 104,106
EDDINS, JANIE fSR1 147,166,172,201,94,100
EDWARDS, ANN QSRJ 172
Edwards, Johnny Csophb 114,218,109
EDWARDS, MILDRED tFac.J 148
Eldridge, Becky ijrt 201
Eldridge, Don tjrl
Ellenburg, Les Csophl 218
Elliott, Dane fjrl
Elliott, E.L. 162
Elliott, Jay tsophj 109
ELLIOT, MARGARET iFac.J 150
ELLIOTT, STAN QSRJ 172
Ellis, Debbie fjrj 201
Ellison, Don fsophj 218
ELSTON, HANK QSRJ
Elton, Emilie tjrj 201,113
Emanuel,Joe fsophj 218
Emmett, Nancy ijrl 201
Enchelmeyer, Cecile tsophj 218
ENGLANDER, MARK QSRJ 172
English Department 138,139
Epps, Carrie fsophj 218
EPPS, ROBERT KSRJ
Erdman, Rosemartha fjrj 44,45,7,100,201
Erwin, Barbara isophi 218,112
Erwin, Geoffrey isopht 218
ERWIN, TONI SRJ 172
Esler, Clint fsophl 218
ESLER, VANCE CSRJ 172,181 ,54,49,1OO
Eubank, Bill fsophi 218
Eubank, Craig 85
EUBANK, MIKE iSRl 172,71
Eubank, Nitia fjrt 201
EUBANKS, KATHY QSRJ 172
EUBANKS, DON QSRD 172,191,100
Eva's Sports Wear 253
Evans, Edwin fjri 102,201
EVANS, JACKIE CSRJ 172
Evans, Jimmy fsophl 218
Evans, John fjrj 61,201
EVANS, RANDY QSRJ 61,172,181
Evans, Renna Url 201
Evans, Sharon lsopht 218
EVANS, STEVE SRJ
Everett's Plumbing 238
EVETTS, LUNETTE iFac.t 148
Ewing, Marihelen fjrj 201
Fabric Mart 238
FANGIO, SUSAN QSRJ 104,172,132,43,50,100
Faris, Bud fsopht 218
Faris, Diane ijri 201
Farley, Marsha fjri 201
Farley, Sandra fjrl 201
Farmer, Debbie isophi 218
Faucett, Donna ijrl 201
Fazzan, Dan fjrt
Fenton, De Ann fsophj 218
FERGASON, J. E. iFac.J 123
Ferguson, Cheryl fjrj
Ferguson, Gary ijri 106,201
Ferguson, Vickie fsophi 218
Ferryman, Carlie fjrl
Few, Mark fsopht 218,109
Fielder, Steve fjrj 201
Fielding, Larry fjrj 201
Fields, Gary fsopht 218
Fike,Trena fjrt 201
Finch, Gwen Url 201
Finch, Jimmy isopht
FINCHUM, JANICE iSRt 172
Fiore, Tony ijri 106,201
First BaptisIChurch 238
Fite, Pat ijrt 201
Fjetland, Linda isophj
Fjetland, Steve fsophj
Fleetwood Pharmacy 239
FLEMING, DEBBIE QSRJ 172,248
Fleming, Larry ijrt 201
FLIPPIN, BEVERLY ISRJ 172
FLOWERS, TONY CSRJ 172
Fluegel, D. W. ijrt
FOLLEY, RICKY KSRJ 172
Forbes, Byron fsophj
FORBES, SHERYLON CSRJ
Ford, Kim fsophi 218
Ford, Rick fjrl
Foreign Exchange Student 47
FOREIGN LANGUAGES 131-137
Foreman,Jaynet ijrj 201
Forkner, Kellyfjrt 104,106,110,108,201
Fortenberry, Trisha isopht 218
Foster, Bob fsophj
Foster, Deen fjri 201
FOSTER, GARY QSRJ
FOSTER, JERRY fFac.l 85,140
Foster, Linda isopht 218,112
Foster, Terry 85
Foulk, Diana isopht 218,109
Four Season's 257
FOURMAN, LOWELL iSRl
Foust, Linda ijrt 120,201
Fowler, Gary isopht 218
FOWLEY, JANIS iSRt 172
Fowler, Robert isopht 219,109
Fox, Collier lsophl
France, Lea fsophl 219,112
Francis, Lonnie fsopht
Franks, Celia fjrj 201
Franks, Dewey isopht 219,109
Franks, Randy fsopht 219
Frederiksen, Paul fjrl 110,201
Freehling,Cherly ijrj 201
Freeman, Mary ljrl 201
Freeman's Flowers 239
French,Vicki ljrj 201
Freshnock, David fsophl 219
FRENCH CLUB 136,137
Frey, Karen fsopht 219
FRISBIE, DAVID QSRJ 172
FRISBIE, FRANK fFac.J 130,110
Frisbie,Tommy isopht 219
Fromm, Karani fjrt 149
Frost, Charles 173
FROST, JAN QSRJ 118,287
Fry, Cindy fsopht 219,109
FRY, JANIE QSRJ 173
FRYE, MARVIN iSRl 173
French, Vicki ijrj
FULLER, DONNELL QSRJ 173,69,75,70,76
FULLINGIM, JOHN QSRJ 117,173,287
FUQUAY, MERTON fFac.t 129
FUTURE MEDICS 144
GAITHER, BEVERLY iFac.J 156
Gallarneau, Suzy isophi 219
Gallaway, Steve ljrt 61,201
Galley, Edwin ijrj 219
Galley, Eugene isophi
Gallino, Suzy fsophj 109
Galloway, Marc fsophl
Gamache, Mike fsopht
GAMBLE, DANNY iFac.l 152
Gamel, Bill fsopht 219
Gann, Brud fsophj 219
Gano, Billy fjrt 201
Gardner, Cyndi fsopht 219
Gardner, Eugene isophi
GARDNER, KYLE QSRJ 61,173,76
Garland, Carl iirj 202
GARLIN, DAVID CSRJ 118,173,287,1OO
Garlin, Mark fsophi 219,109,287
Garms, Alan fsophi 219
GARMS, LYNETTE QSRJ 173
GARRE, STEVE QSRJ 110,173
Garrett, David ijrj 110,202
GARRETT, LESLIE iSRt 110,173
Garrison, Fred iCusl 162
Garza, Linda isophi
GASS, JOHN iSRt 142,173
GATLIN, KATHY QSRJ 173
Gatlin, Mike ijrj 202
GaIIin's Shoe and Clothing 239
Gaut, Anne isophl 104,110,219,112
Gay, David tsophj 219
Gear Company Realtors 237
GEIGER, STEVE KSRJ 110
General Reb 46
GENEVA, GARY CSRJ 174
Gentry, Jan ijrt 98,202
Geoffrey, Erwin 102
GEORGE, CARL QSRJ 174
George, Jim fsophl 219
George, Ronald fjri
GEPHART, BRUCE iSRt 174
Gephart, Carol fsopht 219
Gerken, Dan ljrt 202
GERLACK, ADA iFac.J 162
Geruox, Danny ijri 202
GERWEG, WAYSON CSRJ 174
Gholston, Terry ljri 202,100
Gibbs, David fsophj
Gibson, Ginger isophl 219
Gibson, Gloria isopht 219,109
GIBSON, THAVA KSRJ 174
Gidden, Deniece fjri
Gidden, Rocky fsopht 219
Giddens, Cory ijrt 104,202
Giddens, Dallas isophj 219
Giddens, Gary 106
Gilbert, David fjri
GILBERT, DEBBIE QSRJ 174
Gilbert, Larry fjrl 202
Giles, Debbie 219
GILLIS, SUZAN CSRJ 174
Gilmer, Richard fjrj 202
GILMORE, PERRY QSRJ 174
Gish, Barbara ijrl 104,202
Gladman, Craig fsopht 63,219
Glasgow, Terri lsophl 219
GLASS, GREG QSRJ 104,174
Glasson, Debi fsophi 219
Glenn, Karen ijrj 202
Glick, Pamela fjrt
Globe-News Publishing Co. 240
Glover, Jody ijri 202
GLOVER, JULIE QSRJ 160,174
Gnepper, Larry isophl 63,655,219
GODFREY, BILL QSRJ 104,106,100
Goforth, Christy ijrt 202
GOLIGHTLY, PAT QSRJ
Gollihugh, Bert lsophj 219
GOLLIHUGH, JERRY lSRi 174
GOODLOE, TIM iSRl 174
Goodnight, Debbie ijrl 202
GOODSON, GREG QSRJ
Goodson, Janell isophi 219
Goodrich, Jan fjrl 202
GOODRICH, KATHY QSRJ 174
Goodson, Mark ijrl
Goodson, Ricky fsopht
GORDON, RANDY QSRJ 174,219
GORRIE, RUSSELL iSRJ 174
GOTTSCHALL, NANCY QSRJ 169,175
GOWDY, LARRY QSRJ 203
GRADER, CAROL fSRt 175
Graef, Paula fjrl 203
Graham, Charles isophl 219,113
Graham, Debbie ijrl 203
Graham, Donna fsophl 219
Graham, Gary ijrt 203
GRAHAM,SHONNIE QSRJ 110,175
Grant, Debbie isopht 219
Grant, Stephanie isophl 219,112
Grantham, Judy ijrt 203
GRAY, BILLYE JO fFac.l 161
Gray, Jean 104
Gray, Pam fsophl 219
Gray, Patsy ijrj 203
Gray, Vickie fjrt 203
GRAYS, ALICE QSRJ 175
Grayson, Leone fCusJ 162
Grayson, Merton fsopht 219
Green, Albert isophj 219
GREEN, ALLEN iSRl 175
Greenhouse, Janey Csopht 219,135
GREEN, DENNIS iFac.t 162
GREEN, HARRY iSRt 175
Green, David fsophl 65
Gressett, Clydene ljrl 143,203
GRIDER, MARILYN fFac.t 160
GRIEGO, FLAVIGO fFac.J 162
Griffin, Glenn fsophj 219
Griffin, Norene 162
GRIFFIN, TONI QSRQ 175
Griggs and Sons 239
GRINSTEAD, TERRY QSRD 175
Grizzle, Steve Cjrj 203
Grona, Fred isophl 219
Grona, Roy fjri 203
GROOM, MARGRET QSRJ 175
Gruber, Gayle fjri 203
Grundy, Sharla Uri 143,203
GUILL, BRENDA QSRI 175
Guinn, Gary isophj
GUINN, SHERRY QSRI 110,175,100
Gunn Brothers Stamps 241
Gunn, Janett ijrl 203
Gustin, Milton lsophj 219
Guthrie, Diane tsophl 219,112
Guthrie, Don fjrl 92,115,203,205,7,83,100
Guthrie, Ginger ijrl 203
GUTHRIE, JAN CSRJ
GUTIERREZ, BECKY ISRJ 175
Gwin, Doug Isophl 219,71
Gwinn, Michael 110,203
Habekott, Jim ijrl
Hackler, Jon ijrl 110,175
Hadler, Ronnie fsophl
Hager, Renee lsophi 219,113
HAGUE, CORKY QSRJ 175
Hail, Curtis isophl 219,113
Hail, Judy ijrl 203
Haiduck, Teena fjrl 203
Hailey, Kay fjrl 106,203
Hales, Ginger ijrl 203,242
HALEY, MARGARET iFac.l 125,221
Halford, Nina fsophi 219
HALE, PAM iSRl 175
HALL, CHERYL CSRJ
HALL, JANET iSRl 175
Hall, Rex isophl 220
Hallberg, Debbie isophl 113
HALLMARK, KAYE QSRJ 175,287
Hamblin, Bobby lsophl 220,109
HAMBLIN, MONTE QSRJ 175
Hamilton, Christi lsophl 220
HAMILTON, CINDY QSRJ 175,112,259
Hamilton, Mike isophi 220,113
Hamilton, Pam tjrl
Hamlin, Dianne lsophl 220
Hamlin, Mike fjri 106,203
HAMM, LOUISE fFac.J 138
HAMMIT, E.L. iFac.J 125
Hammond, Lonnie fjrl 203
Hamner, Rhonda fjrl
Hamner, Terry Cjrl
Hampton, Sharon ijrl 203
Hand, Randy Cjrl 203
Hanes, Colleen Cjrl
Hanes, Leesa isophj 220
Hanes, Valorie isophi
HANNA, ALANA QSRI 175
HANNA, CHERYL ISRI 175
Hanna, Lyndon isophj
Hanna, Susan fsophl 220
Hannasch, Richard Csophl 220
HARBER, CLAUDIA iSRl 175
Harbison, Brenda Ijri 203
HARBISON, LARRY ISRJ 175
HARBOUR, DEBBIE ISRI 175
Harbour, Phil fjrl
Hare, Beverly 83
Hargis, Ginger isophl 220
HARGIS, TERRY QSRJ 175
Hargis, Wendy isophl 220
HARGRAVE, JANICE fFac.l 142
Harlan, Debbie isophl 220
HARMANDEZ, MARGARET fFac.I 162
HARMS, CINDY QSRJ 175
HARP, VICTOR ISR!
,Judy Csophl 220
Steve Url 106,203
Terry isophl 220
Vicki Csophl 220,109
Harrington, Mike tsophl
HARRIS, BARBARA JO fFac.J 142
HARRIS, LISA CSRJ
HARRIS, MARSHA QSRI
Harris, Mike isophl 64,220
Harwell, Lily Ijrl 203,112
Hassinger, Mark Url 104,106,108
HATHCOCK, JUDY iFac.l 138,100
Hauser, Anna lsophi 220
Hauser, Patsy fsophj 220
HAWKINS, JAMES QSRJ
Hawkins, Kaye Uri 203
Hawkins, Peggy ljrl 203
Hawkins, Rebecca Csophl
HAWKINS, VIOLET lFac.l 162
Hawthorne, Drayton isophl
HAWTHORNE, JOHN ISRJ
Hays, Anna isophj 109
HAYES, DEAN fSRl 59,60,61
Hayes, Sharon lsophl
Hayes, Steve isophl 220
Hayhurst, Kerry fsophl
HAYES, LYNDA QSRJ 110
HAYNES, STEVEN CSRD 92
Hays, Anna 220
Hays, Fred ijri 203
Hazlewood, Gwen fsophl 220
Hazelwood, Niki ijrl 203,100
Hazelwood, Richard fsophl 216,220
Heck, Kathie Url 203
HEDRICK, DEBBY QSRD
Hefner, Rocky fsophl 152 '
Hegedus, James fjrl 203,210,83,81
HEGEDUS, JANEY QSRJ
HEITZ, DEBBIE QSRJ
Heitz, Randy fsophj
Henderson, Bill iirl 203
HENDERSON, DONNY QSRJ
HENDERSON, DOUG ISRI 76
Henderson, Gary ijrl 203,71
Henderson, Jan fsophi 220
HENDERSON, DONNIE KSRJ 84
Hendricks, Bobby fsophl 220
HENSLEE, GALE ISRI 100
HENSLEE, JAN CSRJ 104,106
Henslee, Karen fsophl 220
Henson, Cathey lsophl 220
Herber, David fjrl 61,203,132,34,35
Herring, Mike 220
Herring, Roger ijrl 203,100
Herring, Stanley fsophl 220,224
Hervey, Mary fjrl 104,106,203,100
Hester, Michele fjrj 203,100
HESSE, KATHLEEN iFac.l 150
HESS, NEIL iFac.l 145
Hickmott, Jay ijri 203
HICKS, BILL lSRl
HICKS, KEN lFac.t 148
Hicks, Sandi fsophl 220
Higgins, Alan fjrl 203
Higgins, Paula tjrl 85,203,100
Higgs, Paula ijrl 203
Hill, Ann 104
HILL, BEHT QSRJ
Hill, Cynthia tsophj 220
HILL, DONNA CSRI 177
HILL, EDDIE CSRJ 177
Hill, Jackie tjrl 203
Hill, Jana lsophl 220
Hill, Jim ljrl 71
HILL, JULIE QSRI 177
Hill, Kathy fjrl 90,203
HILL, MARY fSRl 177,133,106
Hill, Pebble ijrl 22,110,203
HILL, RALPH ISRI 177
Hill, Sue tsophl
Hill, Weldon isophl 220,113
Hinchey, Sandy fsophl 220
Hinson, Cathy 104
Hirst, Edward fsophl 220
Hobson, Lisaxisophl 85,220
Hodges, Pat lsophl
Hoelcher, Mike 220
HOGAN, CATHIE KSRJ 177
HOGGATT, DALE QSRI 177
HOLBERT, BRUCE CSRJ 177
HOLDAWAY, MIKE ISRJ
HOLLAND, BILLY CSRJ 143,177
Holland, Debbie 135
Holland, Eris lirl 203,144,100
HOLLABAUGH, BILL CSRJ 177
HOLLINGER, GERRY KSRJ 110,177
Hollinger, Mike Csophl 65,220
Hoelscher, Mike fsophl
HOLLINGSWORTH, JUDY ISRJ 177,100
Holloway, Mike lsophl 220
Holloway, Pat lsophl 220
Holloway, Paula lirl 203
HOLLOWAY, RACHEL QSRJ 177
Holloway, Richard ljri 152204
Holloway, Sarah lsophj 104,220
Holloway, Suedell fjrl 98,204
Holloway, Tom isophl 65,220,113
Holmes, Gregg lsophl 220
Holmes, Jackie lsophl 220
HOLT, BEVERLY QSRI 177
Holt, James ijrl 204
Holtzclaw, Patti 220
Homan, Charles fjrl
HOME AND FAMILY LIVING CLUB 150-151
Home Economics Department 150,151
HONAKER, LINDA iFac.l 142
Honea,Calvin Ijrl 261
Hood, Cynthia lsophi 220
HOOD, MARK fSRl 177
Hood, Maurice lsophl 104,220
HOOKER, CHARLES QSRJ
Hooper, Danyce ijrl
Hooten, Norman fsophl 220
HOPSON, DAVID iSRi 106,177,100
Hopson, Missy Ijri 204
Horrell, Steve ijrl 110,204
Horrell, Tim fsophi 220
Hortenstine, Philip fjri 104
HOUCHIN, Bob KSRJ
Houchin, Donna Ijrl 204
House, Pam ljrj 90,204,100
HOUSE, RANDY ISRJ 16,44,177,45
House, Rhonda ljri 204,55
Houston, Marlane iiri 204
HOVING, REX ISRJ 177,81,237
Howard, Amy ljrl 110,204,264
Howard, Curtis fjrl 204
Howard, Dennis Ijrl 204
Howard, Gay lsophl 221
HOWARD, LESLIE ISRl 85,177,204,10O
Howard, Terry ljrl 204
HOWARD, TONI QSRI 177,112
Howe, Danny fjrl
Howe, Lorrie ijri
Howell, Guy Ijrl
HOWELL, JAMES ISRI 177
Howell, Leslie ijrl 104
HOWELL, MARGRET fSRl 177
Howell, Zack tsophl 221
HOWINGTON iFac.l 17,59,14O
HRNCIR, DEBBI ISRJ 44,177,45
HUB University Shop 264
Hubbard, Reika 221
Huddleston, Carol ljrl
Hudgel, Rhonda isophl
HUDGINS, WANDA fSRI 177,100
Hudson, Barbara tjrl 85,197,204,144,100
HUDASUN, GAY ISRI
Huff, Paul fsophi 221,109
Hugg, Linda Url 204
HUMPHREYS, VICKI QSRJ 178
HUNGATE, GARY IFac.J 148
Hunnicutt,Tim Url 204
Hunt, Keith fsophl 221
Hunton, Kathy isophl 221
Huse,Jimmy isophi 221
HUTCHENS, PHILLIP QSRJ 178
HUTCHINS, KELLY QSRJ 99,178
HUTCHISON, SHERRI ISRJ 178
HUTSON, GREGG ISRJ 178,100
HYDE, LYNDA QSRJ 178
HYDE, MYRA ISRI 178
lmel, Connie Lynette Isophl 110,221,112
lnce, Carla Cjrl 204
Individual Sports 78-87
Industrial Cooperative Training 159
Ingram, Diana lsophl 221
lngram,Tom ljrl 204
International Hair Design School 241
lRWIN,CORINNE ISRI 110,177,94,101
lwin, Keith ljrj 204,202
Irwin, Loretta ljrl 204
Isle, LyAnn lsophl 221
Isley, Mike lsophl 17,166,221,109
IVY, MIRIAM ISRI 150,178
IZZARD, BILL lSRI 178
Jack Gwin Tire Company 241
JACKSON, CATHY LYNN ISRI 178,113
Jackson, David ljrj 221,109
Kachiros, Pete ljrl
Karr, Robert lsophl 109
Kaspar, Colette lsophl 222
Kates, Mike 81
KAUFFMAN, JAMES lFac.J 59,148,17
Kearns Grain 8. Seed Company 242
KEE, DOW ISRJ 24,178,101
KEENEY,CLARlCK lFac.J 162
KEITH, BILL lSRI
KEITHLEY, PAUL lFac.J 152
Keller, David ljrj 110
Kelley, Charmaine ljrl 204
KELLEY, DAVID lSRJ 178,101
Kelley, Kenny lsophl 222
,Bruce ljrl 204
, Donna lsophl 222,109
Kevin ljrj 116
Lewis ljrj 110,204
JACKSON, ELDON lFac.J 148,149
Jackson, Jackie lsophj 221
Jackson, Tommy 221
JACOBS, RANDY QSRI 158,178
Jacques, Judy ljrl 204
James, Dennis lsophl
Janssen, Donnie 220
Janssen, Robert lsophl
Jacobsen, Lee ljrl 24,204
Janitorial Staff 162
Jasmin, James ljrj
JEAN,TONI ISRI 178
JEFFERS, RANDY ISRI 178,101
JEFFERSON, STEPHEN ISRI 61,178
Jenkins, Dan ljrl 204
JENKINS, JUDY ISRI 178,101
JENKINS, ROLLAND ISRI 178,132,101
Jenkins, Shelley lsophj 221
JENKINS, TIM ISRI 110,178,113
Jenkins, Tommy lsophl 71
Jim's Auto Shop 242
Johnson, April lsophj 221
JOHNSON, CATHY ISRI 178,204,12
Johnson, Dale isophj
Johnson, Dee lsophl 221
Johnsoh, Dianna fjrl 204
Johnson, Galen lsophl 221,81
Johnson, Haise ljrl 101
Johnson, Kathy ljrl
JOHNSON, LAURA lFac.J 160
Johnson, Paige lsophl 221
JOHNSON, PAT ISRI 178
JOHNSON, RICK ISRI 46,9O,178,287,54,50
Johnson, Sharon lsophj 221
Johnston, Peggy lsophl 221
JOHNSTON,VICKIE lFac.I 162
JOLLEY,VICKI ISRI 178
JONES, ARDITH lFac.I 162
Jones, Dava lsophl 221
Jones, Debbie ljrl 110,221,101
Jones, Debbie lsophj 99,204
JONES, CHARLES lFac.I 147
,Jay ljrj 147,94
,Jimmy lsopht 221
Kyla lsophj 221
Kay ljrl 204
Lu Ann lsophl 110,221,112,109
Ronnie lsopht 221
Jordan, Julie lsophl 222
Jordan, Sandy ljrl 204
Jordan, Tina lsophl 222
Jorden, Jay ljrl 117,204
Joy, Garry lsophl 65,221
Judd, Valarie Isophl
JUNIOR CLASS 195-212
JUNIOR FAVORITES 34,35
Kenyon, Karla lsophl 222,112
Kersey, Julia Ann lsophl 222
KEY PUNCH 259
KEYS, LARRY CSRI
Kidd, Melissa Ann lsophl 222
KIDD, WILFRED CSRI 178
Kidwell, Gayle ljrl 204
KIFIAN, EVE lFac.I 162
Kiihn, Kim ljrl 106,204
Kiker, Emily ljrl 24,204
KILE, JAMES lFac.I 161,87
Kilgore, John ljrj 204
Killins, Patti ljrl 204
Killmer, Robert Url 105,106,204,108
KILLOUGH, DANNY ISRI 23,179,231
Killough, Randy lsophl 204
KILLOUGH, REX ISRJ 179
Kilndried, Robort ijrt 106
KIMBLE, DAVID lSRI 179
KIMMINS, POLLYANNA lFac.I 125
Kinderknecht, Brenda lsophj 222
King, Dianne lsophj 222
KING,JAN ISRJ 179
King, Jim lsophj
King, John lsophl 222
KING, LYNN ISRI 179
King, Malissa lsophj
King, Mike lsopht 204,222
KING, MYRA lSRI 179,263
KING, TERRY ISRI 179
KING, VENA JAN ISRI
Kingdon, Keith lsophj 104,222
KIRK, MARTI lFac.I 146,147
KIRKLIN,JIM CSRJ 179
Klamm, Steve lsophl 222
KLEIN, KAREN lSRI 179
Knepp, Kimberly Csophl 222,113
KNIGHT, DENISE ISRI 179
Knox, Henry lsophl 222
Koch, James lJimmyI ljrl
Koenig, Bill ljrl 204
Kohler, Kimberly Kaye lsophl 112,222
Kolander, Judith Ann ljrl 106,199,13,204,132
Kolius, Rice Ann ljrl
Koontz, David ljrl 110,204
Koopmann, Cheryl Url 204
KOOPMANN, LINDA ISRI 179,101
Korelc, Annette lsophl 222
KOWNACK, CHRIS ISRI
Kownacki, Janet M. ljrl
Kraemer, Benny Ijrl 204
Krager, Dedri J. lsophl
Kraus, Debbie Isophl 222,109
KRITSER, ANNA BELLE CSRJ 179,53
Kritser, David, Mrs. 122
Kunkel, Debra lsophl 104,109,223
Kunkel. Monte lirl 104
KUHN, CATHY ISRI 179
Kuykendall, Charlene ljrl 204
Kuykendall, Sheryl fsophl 222
Ladd, Kent lsophl 222,71
Ladd, Perry lsophl 134,222
LADD, SUSAN CSRI 179
Lambert, John lsophl
Laminack, Terry isophl
Lamper, Linda ljrl 110,204
LANCASTER, ARICA lFac.I 162
Landers,Cindy ljrl 22,204,113
Lane, Barry ljrl 205
LANE, DONNIE ISRI 179
Lane, Gary ljrl 205
Lane, Jerry lsophy 222,109
Langley, Jeff lsophI
LANGLEY, SHAYNE ISRI
Langly, Tom lsophl
Lanham, Amy ljrj 205
Lanham, Mark lsophI 222
LARA, ROBBIE ISRI 180,2
LARD, GENE ISRI 85,180
LAS MEMORIAS 118-119
Lassiter, Jan ljrl 205,113
Latham, Jimmy ljrl
LATIN CLUB 132-133
Law, Mike ljrl 205
LAWSON, DEBBIE ISRI
LAWSON, JAY lSRI
LAY, BETTY lFac.I 138
Laxson, Scott lsophl 104,222
LEACH, ALAN lSRI 180
Leach, John lsophl
LEAMAN, JENNIFER QSRI
Leard, Leigh lsophl 222
LeCompte, Terri lsophl 222
Ledbetter, Melody lsophl 222
LEE, BERTIE ISRI 180
LEE, BOB ISRJ 106,180,108
Lee, Mike lsophl 222
LeGrand, James lsophj 115,165,180
Lehman, Mike lsophl 222
Lemke, Danny lsophl
LEMKE, NANCY ISRJ 180,222,101
LEONARD, CMDFI. CHARLES lFac.I 8
LEONE, PEGGY ISRI 23,180
LES CHANTEUARS 112
Lesley, Cindy lsophj
Lester, Cindy lsophl 222
Lester, Doug lsophI 222,113
Levick, Mike ljrl 85,205
Lewis, Gary ljrl 287
LEWIS, JERRY ISRI 110,180
LEWIS, JIM ISRJ 84,180
LEWIS, JOHN ISRJ 180
Lewis, Rusty ljrl 205
Library Staff 126
Liedtke, Joy lsophl 222
Light, Jenni lsophl 222
LIGHT, JERRY ISRI 61,180
Light, Kenneth 180
Lightfoot, Mike lsophl 86
Liles, Kathy lsophj 222
LIMAS, LIANDIO lFac.I 162
Limbaugh, Troy ljrl 205,101
LINDSEY, DEBBIE ISRI
Linke, Ken ljrl 205
Linke, Roberta 180
Linn, Laurel lsophj 222
Linn, Linda ljrl 205,79
Lipscomb, Laura lsophl
LIRA, SARA lFac.I 162
LITTAU, CRAIG lSRJ 180,55
Litton, Daryl ljrl
LITTRELL, GARY lFac.J 142
LLOYD, BROWNING CSRI 180,55
Lockhart, Connie ljrj 205
LODEN, LINDA ISRI
Loewenstern, Dana fsophl 222
LOEWENSTERN, TARA ISRJ 38339114110
Loffin, Mara ljrl
Lofthus, Brett lsophl
Lojewski, Joe ljrl 205,222
Lollar, Dale Cjrl 23,205
Long, Kathy Qsophl 222
LONGBINE, BOBBY lSRl 60,61,181
Longanecker, Mike fjrl 205
Look to this Day 4
Looney, Debbie lsophj 222
Looney, Linda ljrl 205
LOVE, SUSAN ISRJ 106,181,101
LOVELACE, MARCHA lSRl
LOWRY, JOHNNY lFac.J 142
LOVELADY, PATRICIA fFac.l 150
LOWRY, KAREN lSRl 110,181
Loyd, Walter ljrl
Locos, Robert lsophl
LUNA, PANTALION iFac,J 162
Lundegreen, Carmen tjrl
Luscombe, Jim fsophl 222
LUTZ, GEORGE QSRI 110,181
Lyde, Charles ljrl
LYLES, MELINDA QSRJ 181
LYNCH, BEVERLY tFac.J 138,139
Lynch, Dolly 91
Mack, Joe Url
Mack, Ray ljrl 106
Maddy, Steve ljrl
Madsen, Stuart lsophl 222
Mager, Andy lsophj 222,109
Mager, Jeff ljrl 96,205,95
Majors, John ljrl
Malone, Kathleen ljrl 205
MANDRIL, KAREN QSRJ
Maner, Steve fjrl 205
Manley, Nancy ljrl 82
Mann, Carol lsophl 222
Mannon, LuAnne Url 205
Mark Davis Carpet 267
Marks, Lynn ljrl 205
MARR, PAULA CSRI 181
Marr, Sheri ljrl 150
Marsh, Madleiiene ljrl 205
Marshall, Lee ljrl 205
MARTIN, LEWIS lFac.J 124
Martin, Lora ljrl 206,112
MARTIN, MARIAN QSRJ 110,181
Martin, Mike lsophl 222
MARTINEZ, BEN lFac.J 162
Martinez, Benny lsophl
MARTINEZ, GEORGIO lFac.l 191
Martinez, Connie ljrl
MASK, CATHY QSRJ 106,181
Mason, Don lsophj 223 '
MASON, BETSY ISRD 181
Mason,Jeri Url 206
Mason, Richard ljrl 206
MASSEY, JAN QSRJ 181
Massey, Lyndon ljrl 206
Mathematics Department 140,141
Mathes,John ljrl 206
MATHESON, LUANN QSRJ 181,94,101
Matheson, Woodie lsophl 65,223
Matthews, Mare lsophl
Mathis, Lynn lsophl 223
Matteson, Joyce fjrj 206
MATTHEWS, THOMAS fSRl
Matthews, Walter lsophj
Mattic, Cindy lsophl 223
MAYES, CLAIR S. lFac.J 124
Mayo, Janet lsophl 223,109
Mays, Stacy lsophl 223,109
McAvery, Carol lsophl 225
McBrayer, Diane lsophl 225
MCBRIDE, KAY lFac.l 138
McBRIDE,VIVlAN lSRJ 181
McCall, Don Cjrl 104
McCann, John lsophl 225
McCARTY, SHARON QSRI 181,101
McCarthey, Valerie ljrl 110,207
McCLAIN, PAM QSRJ 181
McClain, Kathy lsophl 109
McClanahan, Phyllis fjrl
McCIanahan, Susan lsophj 225,5
McClellan, Gail lsophj 225,113
McCIelIan,Tom ljrl 207
McCLENSON, TONEY ISRJ 181
McCORMlCK, KATHI lSRl 181
McCormick, Ruth ljrl 225
McCRACKEN, DANNY QSRJ 104,106,181
McCurry, Crystal lsophj 225
McDaniel, Larry lsophl 65,225
McDaniel Sid ljrl 207
McDOWELL, ELVA KSRJ
McElroy, Danny ljrl
McELROY, JIMMY ISRJ
McElroy, Jimmy lsophl 104,225
McELROY, ROSA LEA lSRl 181
McFATHER, BOBBY ISRJ 106,181,108
McGee, Mike lsophl 65,81
McGee, Michael Shane lsophl 223,225
McGill, Marla Csophl 225,112
McGregor, Shirley lsophl 104,225
MCGUIRE, JOHN tFac.l 59,63,198
McKay,Joe isophl 225
McKay, Linda lsophl 225,264
McKeann, Mike qjrl
McKee, Jim lsophj 225,109
McKEE, VICKI lSRJ 181
McKennon, Lucinda fsophj
McKinnon, Don ljrj
McKenzie, Karen Url 207
McKenzie, Kay lsophl 225
McKinzie Lincoln Mercury 243
McLane, Kathy lsophl 225
McLaughlin, Charla ljrl 207
McLAUGHLlN,VlCKl lSRl 181
McMahon, Candie fsophj 225
McMahon, Joe ljrl 207
McMennamy, Mike lsophl 65,225
McMicken, Pam ljrl 207
McMillin, Diann lsophj 225
McMorries, Bobby lsophl
MCMORRIES, KIM ISRI 106,181,53,51,101
McMorries, Stephi lsophl 225,109
McMurry, Debby ljrj 85,207
McNabb, Peggy ljrl 207
McNeeIy, James Randal lsophl 225
McNeil, Kathy Url 110,207
McNew, Susan lsophl 225,112
MCPHERREN, MIKE CSRD 181,101
McReynolds, Melody ljrl 207
McSPADDEN, WYATT QSRJ 181
McSWAlN,VANCE QSRI 104,106,182,108
Mead's Bakery 256
MEEK, MRS. SCHELLON lFac.J 160
Meek, Steve Url
Meeltan, Dairie Csophl 223
Melinger, Susan lsophj 110,223,113
Melson, Lynetta lsophl 223
Mendez, Kathie Qjrl 206,133
MERCER, CONNIE QSRD 110,181
Mercer, Penny ljrl 206
MERNITZ, KEN QSRJ 204,106,181,108,101
Merrill, Janet ljrj
Merriman, Mike lsophl 224
Merriman's Foods 245
Merritt, Deborah Kaye ljrl 110,206
Mesa Petroleum Company 259
Messer, Mike ljrl 206,81
Meyer, Shelley fsophl 224
Mezel, Gary lsophj 224
Middleton, Neal fsophj
MICKESELL, J.G. lFac.J 156
Mierzwik, Debbie ljrl 206
MEIRZWIK, KEN QSRJ
MILBERN, HAZEL fSRl 181
Mibly,Jan ljrj 206
Millco Moving Service 266
Miller, Carol tsophl 224
Miller, Danny ljrl
Miller, Denise lsophl 110,113
MILLER,KEITH QSRI 181
Miller, Kirk ljrj
Miller, Mark lsophl 224,113
Miller, Mike lsophl 224,209
Miller, Monty ljrl 206
Miller, Morris ljrl 207
MILLER, STEVE CSRJ 181
MILLIGAN, BEVERLY iFac.l 131
Mills, Donna lsophl
Mills, Mary lsophl 224
Mills, Ray lsophj
Milton, Hazel 113
MIRACLE, MARILYN QSRJ 110,181,137
Miranda, Charles ljrl 206
Miss Southern Belle 38-39
Miss Tascosa 30-31
Mitchell, Clifton qjrl 206
MITCHELL, DORIS lFac.J 131
MITCHELL, JANET lSRl 181
Mitchell, Mark fjrl 102,206
MIZE, MARILYN QSRJ 181,101
Moats, Dianna lsophl
Mobley, Shanna lsophl 224,109
MOK, MELISSA CSRJ 101,181,133
N, KATHY gsm
Molyneaux, Terry lsophl 224,81
Monken, Carol Qsophj 224
,Mike lsophl 224,109
,Cameron ljrl 206
,Roxane ljrl 110,206
mery, Bill 122
mery, Emily ljrl 206,34,35,101
mery, Harold lsophj
mery, Sara lsophl
mery Ward 244
MOORE, CLASSIE CSRJ
Moore, Dana lsophj 109,224,112
David ijrj 206
David lsophl 224,61
ivioorel babie lsophl 223
Debbie lsophl 224
MOORE, DESI CSRJ 181
Diane lirl 104,106,206
Geri lsophl 224
MOORE, JADENE CSRD 181
MOORE, JANE lFaC.l 138
Moore, Johnny fjrl
ES, LORRETTA CSRJ 181
Morales, Michael lsophl 224
MOREHEAD, JOE CSRJ 104,106,1
ad, Mike lsophl 224,109
Moreland, Mike ljrl 206
Morgan, Billy ljrl 206
Morgan,Chuck lsophl 224
Morgan, Connie lsophl 224
ad, Mike lsophl
N, PHILLIP ISRJ
Morris,Anne ljrl 207
MORRIS,JOE KSRJ 183
Morris, Joe lsophj 17,65,224
Morris, Kelly lsophl 224
Morris, Lindafjrl 110,207,101
MORRIS, LOU KSRJ 181
Morris, Lynne lsophl 224,113
Morris, Miller ljrj 207,101
Morrison,Tom fsophl 225
Morrow,Janice fjrl 207
Morrow, Mike Qsophj 113,64,65,225,75,71
MORTON, DARLA ISRJ 183,101
Morton, Penny ljrl 207
MOSELY, BOB QSRJ 183
Mr. Tascosa 30-31
Mudrock,Joe lsophl 18,225
MUIR, RHONDA KSRJ 147,183,54,51,94,101
Mullin, Skip lsophl
Muller, Wayne 119
Mulley, Dutch lsophj 225
Muncy, Elbert lsophl
MUNCY, JIMMY QSRJ 252
Munn, Debbie ljrl 207,101
Munnerlyn, Beth lsophl 225
Murff, Allison lsophl 225,112
Murphy, Becky fsophl 225,112
Murphy, Faye fjrl
Murphy, Robert lsophl
Murphy, Roy Ijrl
Music Department 130
MUSICK, MELESSIA CSRI 117,110,183,54,52,
MUTHERSBOUGH, KIM QSRI 83,101
Mutz, George 170
Myers, Jimmy tsophl 225
MYERS,JEAN tFac.J 126
Myers, Karen tsophl 225,112
Myers, Sheri lsophl 225
Myers,Terri Url 207,112
MYERS, TERRY CSRJ 153
Nance, Douglas tsophl 225
NAPIER, KATHY QSRI 183
NASH, CAY CSRI 104,183,101
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 100-101
NAVY ROTC 102,128,129
Nazworth, Charlotte tsophi 225
NEIE, CINDY KSRI 183
Neie, Mike tjrl 207
Nelson, Bill fsopht
Nelson, David fsophl
NELSON, FLAINE QSRJ 183
Nelson,Jim fjrl 106,207,108
Nelson, Leslie tsophi 225,113
NELSON, SHERRY CSRJ 183,101
NELSON,VICKI CSRI 183
NELSON, WALTER IFac.l 156
Newbauer, Mickie tsophl 225
NEWBY, RANDY QSRJ 110,183
NEWMAN, LEAH QSRI 110,183
Newsome, Bob tsophl 225
NEWSPAPER STAFF 116,117
Newton, Dorinda lsophl 225,109
NICHOLSON,JEAN QSRI 183
NIVENS, DONNA QSRJ 183
Nivens, Starla fsophl
Nix, Karen tsophl
Nix, Steve Cjrl
Noble, Debby isophl 225,113
Norman, Jerry fjrl
Norris, Shelly tsophl 225
Northwest Texas School of Nursing 245
NUNLEY, FRED QSRI 183,83
Nunn, Russell Csophj
Nunally, Nina fsophl 225
NUGENT, BILLY iSRl 183
Nugent, James tsophl
NUSSBAUM, MARTIN ISRI 22,91,123,53,101,
Nussbaum, Ralph isophl 225
OAKLEY, JOBETH tSRl 183
Oakley, Sally isophl 225
O'BRIEN, MIKE KSRI 183,83,82
Ochsner, Kris isophj 112
O'DELL, MARSHA CSRI 183
ODOM, WINSTON tFac.I 154
Office Staff 126
O'Keefe, Sherla fjrl 110,207
ORLDS, MARGARET QSRJ 110,150,154
Ortiz, Ronnie ijrl 207
O'TANGER, SHARON QSRJ 106,184
OTTENSMEYER, JUDY QSRI 184
Owens, Beverly Url 207
OWENS, CHARLIE CSRJ 184
OWENS, DAVID KSRI
OWEN, MARK KSRJ 110,184,181
Owens, Pam ljrl 106,110,101
Owens, Steve fjrl
Packard, Paula fsophl 104,225
PACKARD, RUTH ANN ISFU 104,184,26,101
PAHON, GLENNA iSRJ
Painter, Odessa ,162
Palmer, Cindy fjrl 207
PALMER, GEORGE CFac.J 148
Palmer, Jerrye tjrl 207
PALMER,JESSICA ISRJ 184
Palmer, Nancy isophl 226
Palo Duro Studio 247
Palvadore, Elaine 104
Panger, Steve fsophl 226
Panhandle Laundry 257
Pant Shoppe 245
Parge, Kent ijrl 207
Parken, Steven lsophl 226
PARKER, ACE tFac.l 148
PARKER, JOHNNY CSRI 110,184
PARKER, ANNE tFac.I 162
Parker, Judy Ann isophl 226,112
PARKER, MELISSA CSRI 110,184
PARKER, STEVE QSRI 184
Parker, Terry lsophi 226
PARKEY, INEZ tFac.l 150
Parr, Becky fsophj 226,109
PARR, HELEN KSRJ 184,119,287
Parra, Tim fjrl 207
Passmore, Laura fjrl
Passmore, Mike Csophl
Pate, Lyn fjrl
Patterson, Cindy isophl 226
Patterson, Mike tsophl 226
Patterson, Patty fjrl 207,97
PATTERSON, VADA iFac.l 162
Patterson, Vickye ljrl 207,226
PATTEN, PATTY QSRI 184,112
PATTON, INA MAE tFac.l 162
Patton, Larry isophy
PATTON, PAULA CSRJ 19,184
Paul, Jeff fsophl 226
Payne, Barbara tsophl 226,113
Paxton, Allen ijrl
Peek, Debbie tjrl 207
Peek, David ljrl 207
Peek, Kathy lsophl 226
Peek, Larry Uri 85,207
Peevy, Larry Don Csophl 64
Pekar, Louis ljrl 202,207
Pena, Mike tjri 18,61,61,207
Pendleton, Larry Url 207
Pennal, Steve tsophl 64,226
Pennington, Thelma fsophl 130,226,109
PERDUE, DEBBIE CSRI 104,106,184,42
Perdue, Nancy tjrj 118,106,207,287
Peres, Kim tsophl 226
PERES, KRISTA QSRI 184,287
PERKINS, DEBBIE QSRJ 184
Perkins, Rhonda fjrl 207,101
Perry, Richard Uri 106,207,101
PERSONS, DEBRA CSRI 184
Personius,Alta fjrl 207
PETERSON, CHARLES tFac.l 162
Petit, Ninon fsophl 226,112
Peters, Doug Url 207
Peterson, Belinda tsophl 226,109
PETERSON, BRENDA CSRI 106,184
PETROPOULOS, EARL CSRI 184
Petropoulos, Judy Uri 207
Pfiel, Debbie Url 106,207
PFISTER, BECKIE QSRJ 259
Pfister, P.K. tjrl 110,113
PHILLIPS, BILL QSRI 184
Phillips, Charles tsophl 226,109
PHILLIPS, DEBBY CSRJ 91,184,287
Phillips, Diann tsophl 226
PHILLIPS, LINDA QSRJ 184
Physical Education 86,87,161
Pickard, Jamie Patrice fsophl 22,226
PICKARD, OLIVIA tFac.l 126
Pickard, Suzanne fjrl 207,112
Pickens, Mike lsophl 226
Pickens, Pam Url 110,207,112
Pierce, Charles Url 207
Pierce, Penny tjrl 207
Pilgrim, Johnny tsophl
Pilkinton, Robert tjrl 110,207
Pillsbury, Tim tjrl 207
Pinckert, Patti tjrj
Pinkston, Patty tjrl 205,208,132
Pioneer Natural Gas 246
PIONEER STAFF 116.117
PIPPIN,ALLEN fSRl 184
Pippins, Gayle tsophl 226
PITCOCK, DAVID QSRI
PITOCH, CATHY CSRI 184,101
POINDEXTER, JEFFREY QSRI
Poindexter, Katherine ijrl 101
Polk, Pamela lsophl 104,226
Pollok, Wayne isophl 65
Polvadore, Carol fsophl 226
Ponca Wholesale 246
Pond, Paul fjrl 208
POND, STEVE KSRI 185
POPE, LINDA KSRI 110,185,42
POPE, RETHA QSRJ 185
POPE, RONNIE iSRI 185
PORTER, BILL tFac.J 130,103,109,81
Porter, Brenda Ijrl 104,106,110,208,101
Porter, David tsophl 65
Porter, Debi tjrl 208
Porter, Patti ijrl 208
POST, CARLA QSRJ 105
Post, Ginger tsophi 226
Postma, Bob Uri 208
POTTER, BILL CSRJ 185
POTTORFF, TACY QSRI 85,185
POWELL, BECKY CSRJ 185,42,101
Powell, Becky Url 208
POWELL, CHARLOTTE CSRJ 185
POWELL, PAULA KSRI 185
Powell, Ricky 109
Powers, Melody isophj
Poynor, Mike fsophl 64
PRATT, CELESTE KSRJ 185
Pratt, Jamie Csophl 226
Pratt, Mary tsophl
PRAY, JERI KSRI 101
Prescott, Terry Csophl 226
PRESTON, BONNIE tFac.l 140
Preston, Davis isophl
Preston, Paula tsophl 226
Prestridge, John fjrl
,Andy tsophl 85,226
Ann fjrl 208
Beckie tjrl 85,208,101
Doug tjrl 208
PRICE, KAREN ISRI 110,185
Price, Pam fsophl 226
PRIDE, GREGGORY DAN CSRI 185
Pride, Verlinda tsophl 226
PRINGLE, ROBERT QSRI 133,185
Priolo, Connie fjrl 208
Priz, Cecil fjrl
Probst, Mark isophl 226,109
PROCTOR, CATHY QSRI 185
Proctor, Margaret tsophl 226
Pruitt, Vicki tsopht 226,109
Prutsman, Pam tjrl
Puckett, Charles fjrl 101
Puckett, Martha fsophi 226
Purcell,Cindi tsophl 226
Pye, Marty tsophl
Pye, Randy Cjrl
Pyeatt, Gayle 158,153,156
QUACKENBUSH, LOUISE QSRJ 85,185,101
QUATTLEBUAM, JIM CSRI 185
Quattlehaum, Joe lsophl 65,226
OUILL 81 SCROLL SOCIETY 155
Quinn, Larraine isophl 110,226,112
RAIDER BAND 109
Railsback, Terri ijri 208
Rains, Mike isophl 65,226
Ralston, Cora fjrl 208
Ramzel, Jim isophl
Raney, Suzette fsophj
Rankin, Gaylon ijry 106,208
RAPSTINE, INGA iSRl 185
RATLIFF, CAROLYN ISRI 158,186
Ratlitf, Nancy fsophi 226
Rauh, Lloyd isophl 226
Ray, Robert tjri
Ray, Sue fsophl
Rayburn, Jim ijri 158
REA, DEBBIE iSRl 186
REBEL BAND 106,107
REBEL SPIRITS 98
REED, STEPHANIE QSRI
Redding, Thomas ijrl
Redfearn, Mark ijrt 64,208
REED, DIANA QSRJ 186
Reed, Harry isophj 226,81
Reed, Jack fsophj 226
Reed, Kathy Url 106,208,101
Reed, Keith ijrj
Reese, Barbara ijrj 110,113,208
REEVES, GLENN QSR1 142,186
Reiley, Debbie isophj 226
REILEY, DRUCE ISRJ 142,106
REIMER, BLAKE ISRI 186
REINHARDT, FRANK QSRJ 174,186
Renegar, Sharon ijrl 208
RENFRO, DIANA ISRJ 186,9
RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS
Rexrode, Alan fsophi 113,226
Reyman, Becky isophb 112,226
REYNOLDS, ARNOLD fFac.i 142
REYNOLDS, HYASUE QSRJ 186
Reynosa, Renee fsophl
Rhodes, Jayne isophi
Rhoton, Rod isophi 226
Rice, Marty tjrl 227
RICHARDS, JERRY QSRJ 186
Richards, Kirk ijri 239
Richards, Phil isophl 64,113,227
Richardson, Bill lsophl 227
Richardson, James fsophl
RICHARDSON, LINDA QSRD 186
Richardson, Mary isophl 227
RICHARDSON, MARTHA ISRI 150,186,239
RICHARDSON, RANDY QSRJ 110,186
Richardson, Rusty lsophi 113,227
Richey, Robert ijri 85,208
Brenda isophi 227
Diane ijrl 208
,Kenny Url 109
,Kenney fsophi 227
ROBERTS, KENT CSRD 187,101
ROBERTS, MARY ANN iFac.i 31
Roberts, Randy ljrl 80,83
Roberts, Steve isophi
Roberts, Sylvia ijri 208
Roberts Lumber Company 248
Robertson, Floyd ijrl 208,101
Robertson, Gail qjri 208,101
Robertson, Gini lsophy 227
Robertson, Laurel ijrj 116,208
ROBERTSON, ROGER QSRJ 187,265
Robertson's Grocery 269
Robinson, Becky Csophj 227
ROBINSON, MIKE ISRJ 187
Robins, Debbie isophl 227
Robinson, Steve Uri 208
ROBSON, RHONDA iSRl 187,238
RODEO CLUB 99
Rodgers, Bobby fjrl
RODGERS, LA VANDA CSRJ 187
Rogers, Jimmy Csophi 71,227
ROGERS, BUD iFac.J 148
ROGERS, JODI KSRI 157,187,236
Rogowski, George fsophl 84
ROGOWSKI, RICK tSRl
Roksandich, Joan isophl 109,227
Rollen, Robert ijrl 64,208
ROLLING REBELS 96
Romero, Ricky qsophl
ROMERO, YOLANDA LSRJ
Romer, Don ijrb 208
ROMIG, RANDY QSRI 187
Rook, Ronnie Qsophl 227
Root, Cindy ijrl 208
Rosenbaum, Jan isophl 227
Ross, Brad ijrj 208
Ross, Jeanne isophl 227
Ross, Melissa isophi 104,227
Rossen, Robert ijrl 81,108
ROSSMAN, EDDIE QSRJ 187
Rossman, Rose fsophi 227
Roush, Fred ijrl 208
Rowe, Scott fsophl 65
ROTH, ROBERT QSRJ 187,101
Rowell, Ricky fsophi
Royal, Don ijrj 106,208
RUCKER, CLIFFORD, QSRJ 104,106,287,101
Rucker, Roger fsophj 109,228
Rudd, Cheryle isophl 228
RUDD, LYNN KSRJ 187
Rudd, Patsy ijri 113,208
RUE, DEENE KSRJ 187
Rue, Nelson isophl 113,228
Rupp, Marla isophi 112,228
SATTERFIELD, SYDNEY ISRJ 110,160,173
Satterwhite, Marc isophl 104,108,228,109,4
SAUNDERS, DEBBIE ISRI 4,45,109,187,101
Savage, Monty ijrl 208
SEAMAHORN, ELLEN CSRJ 187
Scarbrough, Lary ijrl 208
SCHANTZ, D'ANN ISRI 32,33,44,45,187,155
SCHATTGEN, CHUCK ISRJ 84
Schenk, Authur ijrl
Schenik, Esther isophl
Schoefer, Klaus fjrl 287
SCHOMBURG, JAMEY KSRI
Schomburg, Pokey ijrl
Schottlander, Celia isophl 208
Schroder, Craig fjrl 208
Schuler, Debbie lsophj 112,228
Schulz, Donna fsophi 228
Science Department 142-143
SCIVALLY, GARY ISRJ
Scivally, Mary fjrl 97,103,104,106,208
SCOGGINS, JANICE ISRI 110,187,101
Scott, Dale isophl 228
Scott, Debbie ijri
SCOTT, DENAH iSRl 188
SCOTT, GAIL iSRl 106,188
Scott, Linda isophi 228
Scott, Robert isophj 71,228
SCOTT, SALLY ISRJ 188
SCOTT, TOM iSRl 188
Scroggins, James isophl 228
Seale, David fjri 209
SEARIGHT, SALLY CSRJ 119,188,207
Sechrist, Beverly fjrl 209
Security Federal Savings 248
Seeding, Rex fsophl 113,188,228
SEEDIG, RUSTY QSRJ 110,138
Seeds,Charles lsophi 228
Segler, Donna Cjri
SEIDEMON, RICK ISRJ
SEIBERT, LINDA KSRJ 187
Seibert, Stanley tsophl 228
Seitz, Wanda isophi 228
Self, Keith ijrl 209,69,101
SENIOR FAVORITES 32.33
SENIOR CLASS 163-196
SEWELL, PAUL ISRJ 106,108,187
Shamrock Oil and Gas Corp. 258
Shapiro, Renee lsophl
Shapiro, Susan ijrl 104,127,144,209
SHAPPELL, KAREN KSRJ
SHARBER, GAIL ISRI 20,187
SHARMAN, CLARE fSRl 20,187
Sharp, Bob isophl 71,113,228
Sharp, James isophj
SHARP, JIM QSRJ 181.187
Richmond, Janice fsophi 112,208,227
Richmond, Karon fjri 208,210
Ricketts, Sherry fsophl 227
RIDDLESPURGER, JOEL ISRJ 186
Riddlespurger, Lynette isophl 227
RIDDLESPURGER, MARLA iSRi 106,155
Riddlespurger, Mary isophl 104,113
Rigdon, Teresa isophl 110,227
Riggs, Karen Uri 208
RIGGS,VANA fSRi 186
Rigler, Marcia isophj 104,227
RIGLER, MARK ISRJ 104,106,108,186
Riley, Lee isophl 113,227
Riley, Richard lsophj 227
Risner, Harvey ijrl
Ritchie, Jack ijri 208,239
Roach, Gay Ijrl 104,208,101
Roach, Max fjrl
Roach, Mike isophl 109,227
ROARK, CHAN CSRI 186,287
Robberson, Joe Uri 208
Robberson, Molly Qsophj 227
ROBBINS, HOMER iSRl 108,186,287
Robbins, Wesley Csophi 109,227 ,
Rushing, David Qsophi 228
RUSSELL, DARLENE lFac.1 138
RUTHART, DEBBY QSRI 156,187
Ryan, Chuck isophi 64,71,77,228
RYAN, DAN QSRJ 187,239
SACKETT, MARTY QSRI 187
Saddonis, Nancy ijrl 112,208
Sahm, Sharon fsophl
SAIN, LINDA QSRJ
SALKELD, DAN iFac.l 148
Salmon, Sam isophj
SAMPLE, DR. EVERETT fFac.l 22,138
Sampson, Barbara fjrl 112,208
Sams, Bucky isophi 60,61,228
SANDERS, BRIDGEE QSRI 187
Sanders, Teri Url
SANSING, KAY QSRI 187
SAPP, DALTON ISRJ 187
SASSER, VALERIE ISRI 3O,31,11O,187,136,
Sharp, Leah Anne ljrj 209
SHARP, MARSHALLETTE QSRJ 4043187
SHARP, RANDY ISRI 109,228
Sharpe, Greg isophi 65,71,228
SHAW, JUDY GAIL QSRI 187
Shavvhart, Dan Cjrl .
Sheldon, Jeff ijrl 45,83,110,209
SHELTON, ELAINE ISRI 187,27
SHELTON, OLIVER ISR! 113,187
Shepherd, Barry fsophi
SHERIFF, JIMMY iSRi 187,27
SHERRER, MIKE ISRI 187
Sherrod, Richard fsophi 127,229
Shook Tire 263
SHULKIN, BARRY ISRI 106,187,101
Shulkin, Craig isophl 22,71,77,89
Sid Stout Ford 256
Sides, Sandy ijrl 106,209
Siegman, Jackie ijrl 209
SIEWERT, RICKY CSRI 187
Siman, Jim isophl 109,229
Simmers, Marcus isophl 36,37,6l,229
SIMMS, SHERRY ISRI 106,187
SIMMONS, TOMMY QSRJ
Simpson, Debbie Url 209
SIMS, JANIS KSRI 187
Sims, Paul lsophi 229
SISK, LISA ISRI 187
Sittle, Caroline lsopht 229
SITTEL, DEBBY CSRI 187,287,101
Skinner, Charles David lsophl
Skinner, Glynda Uri
Skinner, Ken tjrj 209
Skipwood, Daniel lsophl 229
Skipworth, Drew tjrl 23,209
SLAPE, JACQUELINE tFac.l 131,134
Slaughter, Ronnie lsophi 229
SLAGLE, JAMES QSRI 59,61,187
SLAPE, MONA KSRI 189
Sloan, Noel tsophl 104,229
SMALL, DEBBIE KSRJ
Smiley, Davy tsopht 86,229
Smiley, Randy tsopht 229
SMITH, CHARLES QSRJ 61,189
Smith, Chuck tsopht 18,229
Smith, Cindy tsophl 36,37,229
Smith, David tsophl
SMITH, DEBBIE QSRI 106,189,101
Smith, Debbie tsophb 112
Smith, Dennis tjrl 209
SMITH, DeRINA CSRI
Smith, Donna tsophl
Smith, Gary fsophi 229
SMITH, RONALD ISRI
SMITH, JACKIE ISRI 189
Smith, James tjrt
SMITH, JERRY lFac.I 140
Smith, Jimmy ljrl 209
Smith, John Url 209
SMITH, KAREN tSRI 189
Smith, Karen tsophl 104,229,26
SMITH, KENNY ISRJ 189
SMITH, LAEL tFac.i 154
SMITH, LINDA QSRI 129,189,101
Smith, Linda tsophl
Smith, Mark tsophl 229
Smith, Mark tsopht 109,229
Smith, Marsha fjrl 209
Smith, Mike lsophi
SMITH, PATSY QSRJ 189
SMITH, PHILLIP QSRJ 189
SMITH, RUTH tFac.I 150
Smith, Sharon ljrl
SMITH, STEVE QSRJ
Smith, Steve fjrl 209
Smith, Steve tsophi 229
SMITH, SUSAN QSRI 189
SMITH, SUSAN ISRI 112,189,236
Smith, Tommy tsophi
SMITH, WARREN ISRJ
Snead, Larry fjrl 210
SNEED, SHIRLEY KSRI 110,189
Snellgrove, Dennis lsopht 109,229
SNELLGROVE, WALTER QSRI 189
Snider, Gaye fsophl 229
Snider, Kathy tjrl 104,110
SNIPES, MAX QSRI 189,245,259
SNOOK, CRAIG ISRI 189,25,101
Social Studies Department 148,149
Solomon, Karen tjrl 112,210,101
Somerville, Teddy tsophl
Sonnek, Brian tsophl 229
SOPHOMORE CLASS 213-231
SOPHOMORE FAVORITES 36-37
Southern, Danny tsophl 229
Southwestern Public Service 267
Southworth, Tom Url
Sougstad, Orris, Rev. 133
Sowers, J.C. tsopht 109,229
Spalding,Tracie tsophl 229
SPANISH CLUB 134,135
Spannuth, Ginger isophl 229
Sparks, Elane tjrl 110,210
Sparks, Valerie lsopht 113,229
Spaulding, Pam tsophl 229
Spear, Belinda tsophl 109,229
SPEECH CLUB 146,147
Speech Department 146,147
SPENCER, CAROLYN QSRI 189
SPENCER, RICKY ISRD 189
Spencer, Susan tjrt 111
Spencer, Scott tjrj 64,113,210
Spencer, Suzy lsophl 229
Splawn, Cheryl fsophl 229
SPLAWN, JERRY CSRJ 189
Spikes, Rusty tsopht 229
SPIVEY, DAVID QSRI 189,287
SPOONER, BOBBI QSRI 179,189
Spradlin, Mark Url 71,77,211
Spradlin, Sandy tjrl 211
Spring, Susan tjrl 211,101
Springstube, Sherri tsophl 229
SPURGEON, KAREN ISRI 189
Srader, Dennis tsophl
STAGE BAND 108
STAGGS, LYNN ISRI 85,189,101
Staggs, Ronnie tjry
Staley, Kenda tsopht 229
STANDLEY, PAUL QSRI 106,110,189,242
STANDFORD, SALLY QSRI 190
Stanley, Connie tjrl 211
STARKEY, JENNY ISRI 150,190
Starks, Cliff tsopht
STARKS, SUSIE KSRI 42,54,98,190
State Chemical 257
Stebbins, Dan tsophl
Steel, Jeanne tjrt 211
Steele, Bill isophl 104,229
Stele, Bobby tsophj 229
STEELE, STUART ISRJ 190
STEINER, DEBBIE QSRI 190
Steinle, Gaylon Isopht 229
Stephens, James isophl 229
Stephens, Rhonda tjrt 211
Stephens, Scott lJrJ 84,211
Stephenson, Polly tjrl 211,101
Sterling, Karen tsophi 229
Sterquell, Steve tjrl 16,44,95,211
Stevens, Scott tjrl
Stevenson, Kenda fjrl 211
Stewart, Doug tsophi 104,189,229
Stewart, Susan fsophi 113,229
Stiff, Mark lsopht 109,229
Stitt, Don ljrt 211
STITT, TOMMY QSRI 190
St. John, Sandy ljri 110,211
STOCKDALE, BECKY CSRJ 110,90
Stockton, Melody tsophl 229
STOCKTON, STAN QSRI 110,190
Stoddard, Mike tjrl
Stone, Ben H. 122
Storeht, Barbara lsopht 229
STOUT, TOM QSRI 190
STOVER, PAT tFac.1 162
Strader, Glenn tjrl
STRADER, PATTY QSRJ 190
Stratton, Mary tjrl 211
Strickland, Lane tsopht
STRICKLIN, DON CSRI
Stricklin, Deidre tsophl
Stringer, Kenneth Url 211
Strong, Dorothy tjrl 211
Stronkowski, Susan tirl 211
STUDENT COUNCIL 90,91
STUDENT LIFE 15-27
Sturdivant, Mike tsophl
STURDIVANT, STEVE QSRJ 190
Stutzman, Stacy tsophI 109,229
STYVE, RICHARD tFac.J 128
Sullivan, Sheri fjrl 110
Summers, Mitchell tsophi 229
Summers, Vicki tsophl 229
Sumner, Ricky tjrl 106,112,211
SUNDBY, HANNE QSRI 19,47,142,101,190,
Suter, Debbie tsophi 229
Sutphen's Hickory House 249
Sutterfield, Lonny tirI 211
SUTTON, DEL fSRJ 190
SUTTON, RHONDA QSRI 110,190
Sutton, Sue tjrI 211
Swanson, Jimmy tsopht 229
SWAUGER, HEIDI CSRJ 118,190,287
SWEENEY, CINDY CSRI 190
swindeii, Jack tm 211
SWISHER, GREG KSRJ 190,101
Swisher, Karen tsopht 109,230
Sylvester, Shane tsopht 230
Synck, Steve fsophj 104,109,230
SYRUS, RAYMOND KSRJ 190
Syrus, Ronnie tjri 211
TACKETT, REGINA QSRD 43,190
Tacquara, Lynn 104
Tacquard, Felecia tsopht 151,230
TACQUARD, SHERRAL ISRI 190
Taco Bell 266
Talley, Sherri fjrl 211
Tanner, Susan fjrl
Tarbley, Janice tsopht 113,230
Tarpley, Clay tjrb 85,211,101
TARVER, ROGER QSRD 190
TASCOSA BOOSTER CLUB 260
Tascosa Gulf 249
Tascosa National Bank 249
TATE, JAMES tSRl 190,101
Taylor, Becky tjrl 211
TAYLOR, CATHIE QSRI 190
TAYLOR, CURT tSRl 190
Taylor, Deborah tjrt 104
Taylor, Debbie tsopht 230
TAYLOR, GARY QSRD 190
TAYLOR, JAN tSRJ 190
TAYLOR, KAREN lSRl 211
Taylor, Karen tjrl 211
TAYLOR, LOIS tFac.I 140
Taylor, Mickey tjri
Taylor, Pam tjrI 211
Taylor, Scott lsopht 230
Taylor, Weldon fsophl 109,146,230
TEAL, LIZ ISRI 101
Teague, Beth fjrj 5,211
TEAGUE, HELEN tFac.J 126,127,170
TEAGUE, KATHY QSRI 191,287,101
Ted Lokery Tire Company 243
TEDFORD, RONNIE tSRt
Teesdale, Chris tsophj 230
TEETER, DENNIS CSRI 191
Terrill, Sarah tjrl
TERWILLIGER, DOROTHY tFac.I 126
Terwilliger, Peggy ljrl 211,101
Teter, Curtis tjrt 211
Texas Carpet Company 249
Texas State Optical 234
THAXTON, DANNY KSRI
The Store 248
Thomas, Betty tsophj 230
THOMAS, EDWARD F. DR. 122
Thomas, Mack tsophj
Thomas, Judy tjrl
Thomas, Tim tjrl
Thompson, Betty tjrj 151,211
Thompson, Bill tsophj 113,230
Thompson, Carolyn tjrl 211
THOMPSON, DIANE ISRI 43,191
THOMPSON, HAL QSRI 191
Thompson, Phillip tjrj 211
THOMPSON, SYDNEY tFac.1 148
Thompson, Steve tsophj 230
Thompson, Russell 104,109
THORNBURG, SHIRLEY ISRI 91,191
Thornton, Janet fsophj 230
Thornton, Terry 146
Thornton, Nancy tjri 211
Thrasher, Paula tsophl
Thurmond, Gary tsophi
THUT, CATHY ISRI 110,144,191
Thykeson, Regie lsophi 230
TIGART, TOM ISRI 191,113,531
TILEGRAND, JAMES ISRI
Tillerson, Brooke Isophb 230
Tillotson, Mark Isophi 64,230
TIMMONS, DEBBY QSRI 191
Tipps, Bob 122
Tipton, Dayle Ijrj 61,110,211
Tiscus, Debbie isophi
Tjernagei, Scott fjrj 211
Todd, Carol firl 211
Todd, Thomas fsophj 230
Tolbert, Tony Uri
Tomasello, Jonell fsophi 230
TOMPKINS, MIKE QSRI 191
TOMLINSON, STEVE ISRI 141
TOSH, TRESA ISRI
Towne Crier Steak House 253
Townsend, Bill fjrj 64
Townsend, Rodney fjri 211
Townsend, Roger tjri
Toys by Roy 251
Trafton, Kay fjri
Traves, Ricky qsophi
Trimble, Deward fsophI
Trovez, Ricky 230
TRUITT,JIMMY ISRI 75,76,191,101,73
Truman, Debbie fjrb 112,211
Trussell, Cindy fsophi 230
Tucker, Patty isophj 113,230
TUCKER, RANDY ISRI 192
Tunnell, Susie lsophi 111,230
TURMAN, RICKEY ISRI
TURNER, CHARLES ISRI 247
Turner, Cindy fjri 112
Tuttle, Tera Isophb 113,230
TUTTLE, PHIL ISRI 102,110,192
TWING, BECKY ISRI
Twing's Drive-On 234
Tyler, Ronnie isophi
UNDERWOOD, BILL ISRI 192
UNSELL, CINDY ISRI 192
Urbach, Steward Ijri 211,101
Valois, Danny fsophy 230
Van Camp, Brad ijri 211
Vance, Cameron ijri 211
Vance, Cindy isophj
VANCE, MANDY ISRJ 192,136
VANDERBURG, BYRONISRI 192
Vanderwilt, Jon ijrj 64,211,110
Van Doran, Bobby
VAN DORAN, RITA ISRI 110,192
VAN VALKENBURG, WANDA IFac.I 148
Vasquez, Frutosa ljrj
Vasquez, Mary isophj
Vasquez, Rufino isophi
Vaughan, Doug Isophj
Vaughan, Joe Iirl 211
Vaughan, Steve ijrj 106,211
Vaught, Doug isophj 230
VAUGHT, STEVE ISRI 192,243
Veatch, Dean ljrI
Vernon, Cherryl Ijri 110,211
Vernon, Holly isophj 113,230
Vibbard, Kathy tjri 211,264
VICARS, JACKIE ISRI 42,26
VICK, ROBERT ISRI 192
VIDAURRI, AMADA IFac.I 126,127
VINEZ, MIKE iSRI 172
VINSON, PERRY ISRI 192
Vinyard, Michael lsophI
Vocational Department 156-159
VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUBS OF
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Voshalike, Bobby isophI
Vroom, Sandy ijri 85,212,101
WADE, CHRIS ISRI 192
Wade, Paula isophi 230 E
Wade, Peggy ijri 112,212
Wade Paint 81 Art Supplies 255
WAGNON, BRAD ISRI 192
Wakefield, Rocky fjri
WAITS, MIKE ISRI 192
Waldo, David fjrj
WALKER,JAY CSRI 192
Walkee, Matt Isophi 230
WALL, NANCY ISRI 192
WALKER, STEVE ISRI 76,192
Walker, Susan lsophi 224,230
Walker, Terry ijrl 212
Wallace, Chris ljrj 110
Wallace, Laura Qjrt
WALLACE, LINDA ISRI 192
Wallace, James fsophi
WalIace,Johnny isopht 230
Wallace, Karen isophi 113,230
Wallace, Paula Ijrl 212
Wallace,Tim fjri 212
Waller, Charles fsophb 80,82,83,230
WALLIS, GLADYS fFac.I 148
WALLS,ANNETTE ISRI 192
Walsh, Bruce ljrj 212
Walsh, Drew lsopht
WALSH, MARIANNE ISRI 192
Walsh, Mellanie ijrj
Wallis,Terry lsophj 230
Walter, Mary lsophj 230
WALTER, VIRGINIA iSRI 110,192
Walton, Mike ijri 212
Walters, Steve isophj 109,230
WALTON, VIRGIL ISRI 287
Ward, Billy fjrj 212
WARD, MARY ISRI
Ward, Jim tjri 106,212
Warner, Pat fjrj 212
WARNICK, CATHY QSRI 192,212
Warr, Don ijrj 212
Warren, Gary Isophj 152
Warren, Rex fsophj 113,230
Washburn, Don fsophi 104,109,230
WASHBURN, JOHN QSRI 61,192
Watkins, Gail Ijri 112,212
Watson, Lonnie lsophi 230
Watson, Lou fsophj 81,181
WATSON. RANDALL ISRI 106,192,242
WATTENBURGER, KATHY ISRI 41 ,43,5
WEATHERBEE, JANICE QSRI 193
Webb, Carol Ijry 212
,Mike isophj 230
, David firb 61 ,62,63
Debbie fjri 212
Kelley isophi 230
Randy lsophb 230
Wedgeworth, Deanie fsophj 109,230
Weeks, Debbie fjrj 212
Weeks, Dyrika ijri 212
WEEMS, JOHNNY ISRI
WEHRMAN, MIKE ISRI 193
WEIR,CAROLYN ISRJ 193
Weis, Gary fsophi 230
WELDON, DOYLE IFac.I 17,148
Werner, Lara fsophI
West, Burk fsophi
West, Eric isophi
West, Linda fsophy 230
WEST, PAUL DAVID ISRI 193
WEST, RICKY ISRI 193
West Texas Barber College 250
Wester, Brenda Gay fjri 212
Western Uniform 81 Towel 256
Westerfield Van 81 Storage 251
Whatley, Cathy ijrI 212
WHEELER, ANN ISRJ 125,193
WHEELER, JOHN ISRI 109,106,109,132193
Wheeler, Ronald ijri 212
Wherry, Ruth fsophi 109,230
Wheeler, Susan fjrl
Whitley, Beth lsophj 230
White, Dave fsophi
WHITE, GARY DALE ISRI
White,Jeanne lsopht 230
White, Linda lsophj 230
White, Nina lsophi 230
White, Patricia Isophi 230
WHITE, SHERI ISRI 193
WHITE, WAYNE IFac.I 130
Whitaker, Neil fjri 212,101
WHITTAKER, RANDY ISRI 193
WHITLOW, CHARLES ISRI 193
Whitlow, Dow Isophi 231
WHISENAND, NANCY ISRJ 193
Whipple, Robert Isophi 230
Whipple, Richard Csophi 230
Whickham, Sharon fjri 85,97,212,101
Wier, Sherry lsophj 112
Wiese, David lsophI 231
Wilcox, Ricky ijri 106,212
WILHELM, LELAND fFac.I 140
WILHITE, CATHY ISRI 194,101
Wilkenson, Mike Isophb 231
Wilkie, Janice fsophi 231
Wilkins, James Thomas Isophj
WILKINS, SANDRA ISRI 194
Wilkinson, David fsophj 65,231
Wilkinsen, Renee lsophj 231
Williams,Alan Ijri 84,212
WILLIAMS, BART ISRI 194
WILLIAMS, BRENDA ISRI 194
Williams, Deborah lsophj
WILLIAMS, DUB KSRI 194
WILLIAMS, DON ISRI 194
Williams, David lsophi 231
Williams, Joe fsophi 231
WILLIAMS, KERRY QSRI 194
WILLIAMS, JANE IFac.J 124
WILLIAMS, KEN ISRI 194
Williams, Larry Isophj 231
WILLIAMS, GILBERT ISRI 194
Williams, Marsha fjri
Williams, Mike fjrj
WILLIAMS, STUART ISRI 194
WILLIAMS, YVONNE ISRI,
WILLIAMSON, NORMAN ISRI
Willingham, David ijri 212
WILLINGHAM, STEPHEN ANDREW ISRI 4
Willis, Don isophi 231,113
WILLIS, MICKEY lFac.I 142
Wilson, Beth fsophy 146,231
Wilson, Brad ijri 85,212,83,101
WILSON, BRENT ISRI 194
WILSON, CARL ISRI 194
Wilson, Danny ijrj 212
Wilson, Dean fsophj 231,113
WILSON, HOLLY ISRI 194,95
Wilson, Jennifer ijri 212,133,101
Wilson, Joe Carl ijrb 83
Wilson, Jane fsophi 231
Wilson, Jerry ljrj
WILSON, JIM KSRI 194
WILSON, LENORE fFac.I 140
Wilson, Marcia fjrj 212,112
Wilson, Nicki 83
Wilson, Paul firj 212,83
Wilson, Ralph ijri 212
WINBURN, KATHY IFac.I 138
WINGATE, GAYLE ISRJ 194,101
Wingfield, Gay fjri 212,101
Wingfield, Kay ijrj 212,101
Winfield, Dale ijrl 61,64,212
Winfrey, Mike Isophl 231
WIREMAN, DENA ISRJ 194
Wisenbaker, John fsophl 71,231
Wisdom, Keith fsophl
Wissler, Carol Cjrl 212
Wise, Betty fjrl
Witcher,AIan fsophl 231
WITCHER, BENNIE ISRI 194
WITHERSPOON, GARY ISRI
WITT, DIANNA ISRJ 194
Wixom, Jan fjrj 212
Wolfe, Janathan fjrp 212
Wolfe, Paulette Ijrj 212
WOLFE, ROSALYN fFac.J149
Wolflin Village Shopping Center 252
Wolden, Celia fsophl 231
WOMACK, ALAN ISRI 194
Womack, Georgena fsophj 231
WOOD, DON ISRI
Wood. Sam fsophj 231
WOOD, SHANNON ISRI 194,101
Woodard, Brenda fjrl 212
Woodard, Steven fjrj
Woodman, Jimmy fjrj 110
WOODRING, LUNETTE fFac.J 161
Woods, Dianne fjrj 212
WOODS, GAIL ISRI 194
Woods, Jana fsophj 231
Woodward,JenelIe fjrl 113,212
Woolery, David fjri 61
Woolery, Scott fsophl 231
Word, Debbie fjrj 212
Worrell, Rick ijrl
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Wossum, Doris fsophl 104,231
WRIGHT, NORMAN ISRJ 93,194,101
WRIGHT, GAIL ISRJ 110,94
WRIGHT, PHIL fFac.J 149
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Wycoff, Billy 231
Wyckoff, Henry isophi 231
WYCLIT, EVELYN IFac.I 162
YEAFIBOOK STAFF 118-119
YEARY, JANET ISRI 194
Yock, Sharon Isophl 112,231
Yocum, Darlene fjrj 212
Yocum, Earlene fsophj 231
YORK, BILL ISRI 194
York, David isophl 109,231
YORK, LARRY ISRI 194
York, Mary fsophl 231
York, Rod Ijrl 212
YOUNG, CAROL ISRJ 194
YOUNG, MIKE ISRI 194
Young, Ronald fsophl 231
YOUTH COUNCIL 95
Zesterl, Cindy 109
Zielinski, JoAnne Url 212
Zielinski, Pattie fsophj 231
Zientek, Odile Ijrj 79,212,101
Zinsmeyer, Kim fsophl 109,231
Zoller, Stan fjrj 61
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