Temple High School - Cotton Blossom Yearbook (Temple, TX)

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KIRBY TAYLOR Business Administrator ff' , fn Mr, Ace Alsup, Temple Independent School District Superintendent, was also President of District XII Texas State Teachers Association for the 1970-'71 school year. Mr, Alsup is pictured above presiding at the District Convention of TSTA in Waco on November 16, 1970. Administration 'X X , i x-M43 4.7 . I1 .ri . I E 5 THS Principal Mr. Calvin Wheatley , Y 1 Nh. fi if . ..,,. .,, KVM ,,w,.s-M W,., .MJ- Jf 'i's'f iff ' 3' M 1 , , , V 7 7 I 7 Qgfw 7 ' ' gf, A,V,.k i.t. 'im' 1-"" 4 DONNIE LAURENCE Dean of Boys MRS, WANDA DONALDSON Dean of Girls i GEORGE DAVIS Assistant Principal Counselors meer. f M la ar MRS. GLADYS HOOKS Senior Counselor JAMES C. FOUST Director of Guidance MRS, DOROTHY ROBERTS Junior Counselor WILMA WILLIAMS Sophomore Counselor Library HITHIP MRS, KIRB Y TAYLOR Llbrarlan 'Ki MRS VIN IA PIERRE ' , Xl 1 .Librarian MRS, HA ZEL KOPISCH Librarian 1. N ,K wr W "' X 9 iw , L 1 A MRS, MARY LEE O'KELLY Library and Attendance MRS, ZENADA FORD Library Clerk ""'r-n..,., ,,,.,4u .L r MRS, FRANCES GIBSON Library Clerk y 23 'lv Mrs, Minnie Dugger, Secretary Mrs. Mary Roper, Secretary " 'k,,,,.. , Mrs, June Davis, Secretary YR. Mrs. Janey Smith, Secretary 'r iq i, """' Mrs. Hazel Vaughan, Secretary Mrs. Octine Keith, Secretary School Mrs. Mary Fournier, Nurse ,. "' ' " ' ... Q , , CAFETERIA EMPLOYEES: Doris Burch, Annie Plsek, Mary Gry- gar, Jeanie Pacha, Betty ssisfcmis BUILDING CARE: Preston Taylor, Curley Johnson, Henley Neal, and J. C. White. Mrs. Elizabeth Aston, 'Study Hall 3, Morris, Mary Miller, Jean Frits, Bobbie Lou Smith, Vera Walker, Johnnie Ockleberry, Mrs. Anne Brothers, Study Hall it 'r I C ' i I ' ' A i ' ' i ft, WUHTT I Ann Goates, Virginia Kelley, Mrs. Betty Kaster, Study Hall Arealia Ewing. NOT PIC- TUREDg Reba Merle Smith, Bculey Beckons, Adams Addresses, ,fm iii? my ?'5"""f -al V-N--we Nvif Mrs. Helen Adams Ron Adams Mrs. Frances Bailey Rev. Howard Baldwin American History Physical Education, American History, Bible Related Math, Drivers Economics Hlucation, Coach Bauerschlag Begins, Brewer Bisecfs. 1.Aryra1s-cargo rf' r ,4 ii: Harry Bauerschlag Herberr Bedford Vocational Agriculture Drivers Education, Physical Education, Coach , AS' .A r 'r.r 2 rr r " " - .- r. "' ig e . :IZ L A b .Durward Bonner Woodworking Shop it A if I if so s 5 ng, rin ""' ,. S- X-ga: W S, Ni 'Y 1' MX N Vr.. , TYVXY Mrs. Bettye Brewer Art ,f r or X Surprised Brookshire, Neat Brewer Gene Brewer Geometry, Data Processing Mrs. Virginia Brookshire Margaret Chapman Mrs, Lee Corbin Typing, Bookkeeping English, Humanities English . , . , X in r as , l -re r ,f.1, Mrs, Joyce Crow Mrs. Florine Curry Foy DuBois Jerrold Durling Vocational Office Homemaking Texas and American V Ayr, Health, Coach Education History and Jeydaiieiky Elsik A Mrs, Betty Dykeman English Wilma Edwards John Elam Curtis B. Elliott Physical Education, Athletic Director Physical Education Health ...wr-"' MQ shi, "!'!'::,'-nv' Antone D, Elsik Physics, Geometry, Trigonometry gphpnvrnru MQ!! Too ., 5 M. f Mrs, Ruth Ferrill Kenneth Fuchs Mrs. Nancy Gauntt Shorthand, Bookkeeping English Typing JH0ANfL'lf7"i., LJ f .f Mrs, Linda Gist Physical Educ ation, Health, Tumbling Hilley Instrucfs, Grossi Grins '-, ,if X Q x ':'.. 'Nicol-XS ' ' ' Mrs. Marlene Griffis Mrs, Sandra Grossi Mrs. Bette Guthrie Spanish English Hlglish and Hester Hails. ' ff" : ' 'CID I L K Cecil May Hendricks Serena Kay Hester Mrs. June H111 Gorden Hilley Homemaking Speech, Drama English Drivers Education Tennis an qw H53 M3154 " 15,14 'A 4+ M mmwewi if 6 'W ' "i,.iW'5l-4 W 4 W 115 M. 42 ,,1fL1 , r Marshall Dissecis, Kirkpatrick Shows, Elizabeth Holden Durward Howard Mrs, Jean Howard Mrs. Margaret Johnson EHg1iSh. Student Band, OIChCStr8, Civics, Sociology, American History, Council High1ighI6IS. PSPPCY' Humanities Civics ettes, Humanities fboiig? News ,, Mrs. Betsy Johnston Mrs. Martha Kahler Mrs. Helen Keahey James 1-1, Kerby American History, English, Journalism, Algebra Biology World History WILDCAT RAMBLER Lindemunn Tells, Keclhey Listens. i 'K' Warren Kirkpatrick Mrs, Mildred Lancaster Mrs, Judy Lawler Alice Lindemanrl Art, Humanities Physical Education, World History, Civics English Track, Volleyball .A , Bobby McDaniel Dwain Marshall William Marshall Mrs- Elisabeth Meenach Biology Choir, poiyfoniks Biology, Physical English. French Science A. Bryant Messer Special Education XX Pleasant Powell, Perky Pemberton, Mrs. Janell Mikeska COTTON BLOSSOM, English 2 1 i. Q 1, Q' . or r i-ff Lester Moore Mrs. Dorothy Murcher- Physical Education, son Coach Typing .M .W b L.. tw -Wu l .o. fioil P ill Katharine Nichols William Owen Gary Pemberton Allison Powell Clerical Office Physical Education, German, Spanish Biology Practice, Record Keeping, Typing I-lealth, Coach and Helpful Scott Mrs. Camilla Schneider World History, American History wt-.,.,..,,,,,a. 2-5 ' -, 1 L it Alton Scott Larry Scott Neil Scott Vocational Agriculture. Geometry, Relative English, Latin Cooperative Agriculture Math Mrs, Sandra Scott Relative Math, Algebra, Chemistry Melvin Sharp Rev. Frank Simcik Gary Smith English, Spanish Bible Chemistry S521 ,, 5st Welch Watches, Wendt Works Mrs. Marie Spence Mrs, Charlene Sterling Mrs. Lani Steverson David Stirman Spanish, Humanities Consumers Math Chemistry Band l Billy Streater Mrs. Marilyn Thomas Wayne Thompson Industrial Cooperative Homem aking Distributive Education Training Phil Trice Geometry, Relative Math, Coach and Wade Wonders "SMX m galil Mrs, Ruth Wade Physical Science, Physical Education, Health " Juanita W elch Geometry, Algebra 1 I ai ' x ,aj ,Q ' .4 Qi K X I, Luewif. . sl Recognition Assembly SCHOLARSHIPS American Business Women's Assoc, - Gail Bachmayer Nancy Wilson Altrusa Club ----------- - - Pansy Clawson Business 86 Professional Women - - - - - Joan Palla Band Scholarships ------------- Jan Morris, Ronnie Bravenec, Cherie Cox, Rita Grayson, Jeff Sunbury Clark Foundation ---------- Tommy Harrison Delta Kappa Gamma ----- - - Margaret Fitch TJC Speech and Drama Dept. ---- Margaret Fitch Speech and Drama Club THS ----- - Pam Kopriva Delta Sigma Theta ----- Carol Curtis, Aldo Knox Marjorie Baity Robinson Memorial - - -Rhonda Holley Bell County Medical Society ----- Carol Traylor, Shirley Caddell Benevolent Patriotic Order of Does 139 -Frances Dixon Friendship Art Club ---- Glenda Slider, Earl Lloyd Ralph Wilson Plastics --------- Deborah James, David Johnson, Melvin Pennington, Marilyn Posvar Elks Club --------------- Carol Traylor Temple High School PTO - - - ---- Larry Greger Lions Club ------------- Donaleah Dedrick National Science Foundation Grant ---- Jack Jones, Pam Bolding, Stephen Bass, Valerie Fierre, Demetra Kennedy THS Choral Department ------- Deborah Fuchs, Paula Jeter, Nancy Colwell Temple Classroom Teachers ------ Cynthia Jones Richard Jenkins Memorial ------- Jimmy Marsh American Legion Women's Auxiliary --------- Rae Lynn McDonald Texas State Teachers Association - - Patricia Jenkins Para-Medical Club ----------- Daniel Vitek Key Club -------- - - - Denise Woolley National Honor Society - - - - Donna Chambers Student Council ------------- Marie Perry AWARDS Outstanding Citizenship Award ----- Gary Garrison, Glenn Johnson - - - - Todd Gorden Fitch, Richard Buro - - - Glenn Johnson - - Deborah Fuchs - -Sandra Weaver Bausch and Lomb Science Award Orchestra Award ---- Margaret U.S, Marine Corps ------ - Music Club ---------- D. A.R. Betty Martin Chapter - - Frances Dixon Woodmen of the World --------- Terri Wilson Journalism ------ Elizabeth Merrill, Pam Kopriva THS Tumblers ------- ------ B ecky Miller Optimist Youth Awards - - - - Patricia Prater, Gary Garrison Perfect Attendance - - Jimmy Marsh, Susan Bendure, Joe Mata, John Ryan, Linda Lynch, Sheila King Denise Woolley, Marie Perry, JoAnn Klaus COMMENCEMENT AWARDS Betty Martin Chapter D, A, R. Good Citizenship Medals ------- Patricia Prater, Glenn Johnson Kiwanis Club - - - Monica Chilcoat, James Valenta National Merit Certificate -------- Liza Farrow Optimist Club -------------- Linda Lynch Review Club ---- Carmen Engbrock, Mark Valley, Linda Lynch Rotary Club ------- Gary Garrison, Liza Farrow Temple High School Scholastic Jackets - Liza Farrow, Victoria Cole, Ronnie Bravenec -,,, Q W. Juniors DAVID EATON REBE MAREK f Q s AD x W ,.I. Sophomores MARK DeVANE LINDA MARINIK Scholarship Jacket Awards Recognition Assembly Jody Donaldson, Frances Dixon, Victoria Cole, Monica Chilcoat, Shirley Caddell, Richard Buro, Ronnie Bravenec Carol Bragg, Cindy Bowles, Glenda Biels, James Bentley, Sally Barth, Jeff Andrews and Neal Adams stood on stage while top ten percent of the senior class were recognized. fLower picturej Glenn Johnson and Gary Garrison were presented the Outstanding Citizenship Award by Mr, Johnny Payne, Daniel Vitek received Para-Medical Club schol- arship from Mrs, Ron Adams. .fm Mary Potter presented the THS Tumbling Award to Becky Miller. Mr, Dwain Marshall presented scholarships to Deborah Fuchs, Nancy Colwell, and Paula Jeter. He also presented the Outstanding Senior Choir Member Award to Deborah Fuchs and Director's Award to Paula Jeter. 9 Gary Garrison and Patricia Prater received the Optimist Youth Award, University lnterscl' Q, 2 ti ' "' f-gsksgw 259 ,,' + 1 K s....,,N,,,,,,,C,.N READY WRITING: Randy Myers. SHORTHAND: Ioan Palla, Cindy Bowles, Pat Jenkins, and Pansy Clawson . if Tm Yb Lu Fm Md Rs SCIENCE: Tim Great, Andre Avots, and Paul Shinkawa. mm. '0on... 'K js I ff? n' ll 157' 5 - fe ., ,L f s, Q f' ff, 'A ' 'r 3 I 15:5 f "'fk'JQ:., 'N "1 A , -.. 1, 5- - :X A span, - 'QG17' -- -513 Eff ...A-.Mah .. W, .f nz'-' M' :af - .,4 ..'EffPf2'1f7?5f , ,:,...p A ,g.,.g,. ' A -Xi' .... E... I .-.Eb M 9, V . 5 ,. fn i "I f A E A olclstic League TYPING: Brandt Jamroz, Virgil Wilde, Ruth McC1augherty, Mark DeVane, Perry Wallace, and Carol Fox. he 'A Q 5 4 sh Q! ,L SPELLING: Nancy Payne and Linda Rubac. JZ -0 SLIDE RULE: Paul Shinkawa, Jim Harris, and Debbie Forrest. Who's Who Ten percent of the senior class is selected each year for Who's Who. These students are nom- inated by their classmates for outstanding service, leadership, and character, with each senior nominating four classmates, The ballot prepared from those receiv- ing the most nominations is submitted to the faculty. Faculty members may also nominate worthy students. M AT TIE BOYKIN - 6' 1 lf RICHARD BURO THOMA S BAIRD CAROL BRAGG C AROL CURTIS IA MES BENTLEY RONNIE BRAVENEC ANITA DAVIS 'la 4 IODY DONALDSON DBORAH FUCHS TODD GORDEN STEVE HASTINGS DOUG JOHNSON N Anno Knox MELISSA HEAP RHONDA HOLLEY' GLENN JOHNSON MYUNG-su? KIM i l N ERNEST KNOX LYNN LOONEY 64 17 K, " ,z v 59232 wltecif RMGLSU. Q P E I :yn A lm 1 ITT L xr 3 A in 3 . 1 LYNN SAMMONS CRAIG SEBEK PAUL SHINKAWA Y Q Whit? Q MARGARET STEWART CAROL TRAYLOR SANDY WEAVER JIMMY WEINBLATT TERRI WILSON DOY LE YOUNG ,,M,wfMm,...-, - f - mL , .'::X,.' g g '- ., wa Auf M--N .. . -.ng .,.. " .iiiiinx L -1. was ww at f -,5, .A ,,,,, M, M ,f,,, WMU, f "" 3 153: -wg -' f gf-,wzzra 2 'J 1:31 , - 5, W W -'Ania' 4.,, ,,,V,,,:3l,, My rl. .,.,,..1- PATRICIA PRATEQE, Miss Spark CAROL C URTIS Miss Spark ,nw Iss Flame MELISSA HEAP JAN MORRIS Spark Crowned by Sandra Weaver Miss 5Pa1'k ml v Homecoming Queen Sandra Weaver escorted by James Bentley was chosen Homecoming Queen for 1970-71. Below she is presented a dozen yellow roses by Bill Rampy, im, Q-'SP 1 ,vi O Top to bottom are Princess Carol Curtis escorted by Issac Brown, Princess Liza Farrow escorted by Doyle Young, Princess Melissa Heap escorted by Rick Elliot, and Princess Jan Morris escorted by Alan Gillespie. 55 Class Favorites Seniors Glenn Johnson Melissa Heap Juniors Keith Connell Debbie Epperson Sophomores Wayne Fulton Missie Fletcher f Crganizations and Presentations Glenn Johnson Pres1dent W J f gf 7 ,V- nk . is I g ,- , 9 if f A i N 15 It -3' 1 Af gin! ,, Z W J L? - f all P f 4 wqfikifrao Iii---i'Q,.w Jan Morris was chosen as Band Sweetheart for 1970-'71, The Varsity Band librarians for 1970-71 were De- metra Kennedy, Sandra Copeland, Mary Jane Streater, Linda Marx, Cherie Cox, and Carol Tray- lor. The Varsity and Junior Varsity Bands are under the leadership of Mr. Durward Howard and Mr. Mike Stirman. During the past year, members have performed in more than a dozen halftime shows includ- ing their eighth consecutive appearance for CBS and the Dallas Cow- boys. This year the band placed 24 members in District Band, 20 in All-Region, and 1 in All- State. In Solo and Ensemble competition band members won 102 first division medals. The band won all ones in the UIL and the Six-Flags Festival. Last year, for the first time, the band offered scholarships to three graduating seniors. Scholarships were awarded again this year to Jan Morris, Ronnie Bravenec, Cherie Cox, Rita Grayson, and Jeff Sunbury. Money for scholarships is earned through various projects. 62 Glenn Johnson represented THS Band in the All-State Band. Robert Wallace and Gary Neill served as Varsity Band managers. The Varsity Band Secretaries were Jan Morris and Janice Clemons, Junior Varsity Band The Junior Varsity Band is led by Drum Major, Mark Kelly Cbottom rightyg Majorettes, Paula Bel- lomy, Cindy Donald- son frightjg librarians, Deborah Huffman, Glenda Shelby, Lan- ette Fincher ftop leftjg and secretaries, Debora Huff, Patrica Campbell fleftj, F" mf . I. The Junior Varsity Band proudly won all ones at UIL Contest Mr Mike Stirman ets involved ln his directin and conductm g g g h 1 Pepperettes Margaret Stewart was the 1970 -'71 Pepperette Sweetheart. Upper right picture, Pepperette Captains for 1970-'71 were Jenna Head, Melissa Heap, Lynn Sammons, Liza Farrow, Patrica Prater, Raeann Ashley, Deborah Fuchs, Debby Alexander, Angela Bishop, and Denise Vojtas. Right picture, Old Glory played an important part in the half-time performances. , 'WWW , ,, -W1 M1241 'E ,,. 1 .r i s."gii ,, 4 ,...-wvy J .P 3 ' YM' The eighth anniversary of the Cotton Bowl per- formance was another milestone in THS history. With high winds the theme of "Festivals of America" was carried out in each formation and the flag was unfurled. At the Band Bandquet for band members and Pepperettes, Glenn Johnson received the Toastmaster Trophy and Best All-Around Band Member, J, V. Bentley was Ideal Boy, Melissa Heap was Best All-Around Pepperette, Raeann Ashley won High Salesman Award, Deborah Fuchs and Liza Farrow won Head Captain Awards with Liza receiving the Toastmistress Trophy, Sandy Weaver was most spirited cheerleader, Lynn Sammons was most spirited Pepperette, Jan Morris was Band Sweetheart, Steve Hastings was most spirited band member, and Gary Neil received the Director's Award, -Y' d .:. ., Z! A Q-"T 'f .-,- 4 '-1. Y' 1 WL W 65 X? F Highlighters 3 Z The Highlighters for 1970-71 were ftop left, aroundj Bunkley Morris, David Barfield, Rick Waters, Greg Stewart, Jim Bon- net, Todd Gorden, Alvin Baily, Steve Hastings, Mark Lanford, Claud Payne, Elrl Nottingham, Alan Gillespie, Don Boyd, Joel McLaughlin, Jeff Sunbury, Mark Goldman, Glenn Johnson, and Mark McGinnis. The High- lighters headlined the annual Lions Club Show and made num- erous appearances for the Jr, Cotillion, PTO, TSTA, Temple Chamber of Commerce, the Sr. Banquet, Temple Civic Clubs, FHA Fashion Show and student assemblies. 1 x jx 4 Y! If lla. 'vw-" K I Ai? All State Orchestra members were Claud Payne, Katherine Stinson, and Terry Thomas. Orchestra officers were Margaret Fitch, Of- fice Secretaryg Richard Buro, Manager, and Cherie Cox, Librarian, THS Orchestra members were FIRST ROW: Jimmy Marsh, Myra Lindsey, Ellen Miller, Bill Marsl Thomas Bigham, Richard Buro, Doug Bane Katherine Stinson, SECOND ROW: Margaret Fitch, Rebecca Campbell, Beverly Burgess Jack Gandy, Cherie Cox, Terry Thomas, Allison Miller, Sandra Triplett, Ian Morris Mrs. Helen Bloomer, Mr, Durward Howard, Wanette Grubb. THIRD ROW: Jack Jones, Kenneth Marx, Glenn Johnson, Wayne Spo onta Orchestra ' ? l wk Taylor, David Barfield, Claud Payne, Hastings, Jeff Sunbury, Mr. Joseph Barta, Robert Allen, Michael Yarrito, and unkley Morris. The Orchestra had a very usy year which included many appearances. The fall season included the PTO Open House, a tribute to Ludwig van Beethoven upon his 200th birthday, and a presentation of Handel's "Messiah" with the TIC choir, The spring season included a concert featuring selections by various composers from "Bach to Bartok," an Easter presentation of "The Seven Last Words" with the TJC choir, a tour of various elementary schools, a concert for the annual THS Spring Music Festival, and performances at the Recognition Assembly and the Bacca- laureate services, The orchestra placed 14 members in the All-Region Orchestra and 3 members in the All-State. was ff X if if-'va rf n no A 15 ,,-igdlvmnfw ' J ' 5 S ., ' ' qw,-f,l:Ys 5 I--'gi N' Il .1 A 4. 7 mug M, gl . Sf Q' 'Q if A X X v x A U.. S fs 1 C I . i as fl' t ' ti My Q61 9 . Y V V Ss' A ' X C A f K.k: ffi w YM. 715- if JW? ' :fd . - s i AVL ia W. uf. . 'tw-sa- Q S . - S is if . Q - on A . ft ' P ,, fn: ' K QQ imm. . r.. 'rf' mm-.Q n C- H SJ C YQQ 4333" Q V' ' K , n ' S' W" -rf- S of 3. Hi . S P S S :ZV Q .b 4. . C. , .A T .3 C 's 95 , i Q. -'S . ,Y ' Q A '41' if ,, , . 3: ya .ffggzfn - M' "ff""5Qq"o ffJ:7i-"-L1 "- -' -- b i5"'f. f 1 -4 A - f- -- ' W 1-"6Bf,,:r The Bio-Chem Sweetheart for 1970-'71 was Patrica Spivey. Officers President: Chuck Sutherland Vice-President: Sharon Poquette Secretary: Allison Chandler Treasurer: Sandy Svalberg Reporter: Charles Foyt Parliamentariang Marie Perry 70 gf Bio-Chem Club Spelunkers of America fAbovej Brantley Weathers explored an entrance to a local cave, as Mr, McDaniel studied the roof. CBelowj The Bio-Chem Club of Temple High School is under the sponsorship of Mr, Bobby McDaniel, who assumed this position five years ago, The main purpose of this club is to educate its members with the natural world around us, This is accomplished by having various qualified speakers, and by offering field trips to various places of scientific interest, Bio-Chem members for 1970 -'71 were Neal Adams, Dana Balusek, Mary Brading, Jen Brandes, Roy Castillo, Alli- son Chandler, Debbie Corsen- tino, Cherie Cox, Nan Daniel, Sandra Dysart, Pam Engbrock, Charles Foyt, Gerri Foyt, Mary Lou Foyt, Mark Guenat, Paul Gutherie, Donna Hertel, Jim Harris, James Hubbard, David Johnson, Jerry Jones, Mark Kelley, James Latimer, Lori Lewis, Brad Lippe, Ellen Love, David Malone, Joan Palla, Gary Parsons, Marie Perry, Janelle Pickett, Sharon Po- quette, John Purifoy, Richard Rankin, Rebecca Richardson, Theresa Schiller, Sidney Shink- awa, Debbie Sodek, Frank Sodek Patricia Spivey, Chuck Suther- land, Sandra Svalberg, Phyllis Taylor, James Valenta, Rene Vybiral, Steve Walker, Perry Wallace, Brantley Weathers, Les Winkler, Bruce Wood, Sandra Wunsch, Mike Yarrito. 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V, Ay Officers for the Junior-senior r., W 'i'-- rw' r XiHr.rL2.r f Liza Farrow was the Junior-Senior Choir Sweetheart, mixed choir were Cindy Bowles, Secretary-Treasurerg Lester Winkler, Vice-Presidentg Nancy 4 I w l The Junior-Senior Mixed Choir prepared all year to make their record, "A Jubilant Song, " a success. 72 Senior Choir My ,lf ,fffiff 5 ,Lg 9 ,Q Y ' f , ri f 5' ' fi -9- 'V Q 1 Min, km , Y! iz xml Colwell, Librariang Doyle Young, Presidentg and Deborah Fuchs, Historian. I Y Paula Jeter and Liza Farrow were chosen for All-State Choir. The 85-voice Junior- Senior Mixed Choir, under the direction of Dwain Marshall, found itself busy this year. In addition to performing for several all-school assemblies, the group offered programs at local service clubs, churches, and at Mary Hardin-Baylor College. High- lights of the year include the an- nual spring tour, the choir banquet, the spring concert, and UIL Choir Contest. Runnin football conces- sions and selling 5-Ialloween candy, the group financed a tour to the Houston-Galveston area where they performed at Spring Lamar, and LaMarque High Schools. At UIL Choir Contest, the junior-senior Choir received a I rating in concert. In the spring the third annual choir record, "A Jubliant Song" was recorded. In addition to hosting UIL Contest this year the choir hosted the Region VIII All-Region Choir. Ten member of the group were chosen for the All- Region Choir, and two were chosen for the All- State. Many choral stu- dents competed in UIL Solo and Ens- emble Contest. Section leaders for the choir were Matti Boykin, Liza Farrow, Les Winkler, and Doyle Young. Assistant section leaders were Paula Jeter, Nancy Colwell, Dwain Burton and Doug Stewart. Deborah Fuchs served as accom- panist, assisted by Nancy Colwell, The choir ended the year by singing inspiring musical selections at t e Baccalaureate Service. Sandy Thompson, Mattie Boykin, Liza Farrow, Nancy Cowell, Randell Clawson, Les Winkler, Doug Stewart, and Doyle Young re- ceived awards at the annual Choir Banquet. S Sophomore Choir Boys' Glee Club Girls' Glee Club km y 4 , ir.. pr - 33 I isa L fi y I , r A ,. ' my 4 ... M y s 'P - X Hf f mii Lf' 'sllffgf . f- r S m , '- Pr' a ,Za so .sgfia sm A if if H + O , 'vw Q rsst1' 2sQfY-2i"2e AWJ' QQ, A4352 ,Wg ft N, The Officers elected for the Sophomore Choir were TOP LEFT: Cathy Cum- mings, Secretary-Treasurer: Gary Baxley, Vice-President. BELOW LEFT: Cathy Autrey, Librariang and Wayne Fulton, President, Mixed Choir Q , Q lr 1 L Q. 2: ff s V V , f ' Q , ...sv f, Q A -. , ew- e There were ninety-one members in the sophomore choir this year. The first semester the choir was divided into a Boys' Glee Club anda Girls' Glee Club. During this time they performed as separate groups and combined as a mixed choir,the second semester, The choirs par- ticipated in Music ,Day at the Texas State Fair, sang in school assemblies at THS, local elementary schools, and the three junior high schools. Members of the group participated in the UIL Solo and Ensemble Con- test and the All-Region and All-State Choir audi- tions. Three members placed in the Region VIII All-Region Choir. The second semester the groups merged to prepare for the UIL Choir Contest and Ir.-Sr. Choir auditions. Accompanists for the choir were Cindy Bowles, Marty Lundgren, and Sue Traylor. Q Q. v ,.--1,,v-:ini - . ,, .... We .. t 1 . 4t-- ..,. -, M.. sv -, .. .L , ---W su 1- - we " f K- 1 h I J . 2 q ,,,,,t Polyfoniks "Polyfoniks" means many sounds, and this term truly fits the group this year. They sang popular, folk, and sacred music, and even received a I rating for a madrigal in UIL contest, The Polyfoniks performed many times in Temple and around the state during the year. They sang in Austin, Navasota, Fort Worth for the State FFA and FHA Convention, and College Station in June for the State 4-H Round-Up at Texas A8tM. They were featured with the Highlighters at the Re- gion XH Texas State Teachers Association meeting in Waco. The eleven members of the group have also represented THS locally, singing for various civic organizations, clubs, and churches. They were the fea- tured vocalists in the Lions Club Minstrel in the spring. The Polyfoniks recorded a stereo album on which they sang var- ious numbers they performed throughout the year, Not pictured with the group is Doyle Young, who was a Polyfonik the first semester. I ',,N,ao 'W Mr. Dwain Marshall - Director M 'Y Nancy Colwell - Pianist itis .af ai'i "' , ,4 1, "W it L, t.tt in ,Q t sm W ,Ei ,. . 2, sg ' W if J? 5 g '-. '31 x , r . 4' . ix -1 P fl is X yi 1 . ta ag Lf bit ' Ni, 1 YL :fs 11 9 " Q -ti , L gigs vas. L r M ' Q g pf: 'xiii ,1 4' ' lis t 1 : s' C '33, ' Les Winkler - Paula Jeter Randy Clawson - Pam Lumpkin David Eato r g .ri U ' .uv , L 1 ' ' 'K"' , ',k' ' I I 3 . fi ,ff V' 9 rr J 2 fs! A f , 3' iff ,f , 1 f,,, Y , ,123 U? nf I :S gf: I ' arg ' Y Hg, .z'! fl f, in 55 V, viii .bg in , Mui!! "1" ' -K fr Wlif 3' "' iw : Lf Ii z 53 ' REE I . QI , A ry I 3, 1 ' 52:12 : 1 W :z 1 5 Agni f ' fi g yf 5 2 ih Q f r r z 3 3 ' gi 1: of K x in g a V ,,,,, .A X ., V W 2 L ,NY fix N,,, , f? za Farrow Raeann Ashley - Jerry Wilson if I r fax KX Inga-Q . M L .,,, 4 LW...--t f, Pun: r Deborah Fuchs - Kim Carver N Nh Distributive Education The THS Distributive Education Club is com- posed of members of the DE Classes taught by Wayne Thompson. These classes are de- signed to provide the knowledge and skills needed by high school students for entry into employment in retail- ing, wholesaling and service occupations. Training is conducted through cooperation of local establishments. Students receive prac- tical, supervised on- the-job training in their chosen occupa- tion by working each school day afternoon. L . qu I lj E - iii? from it km Vt 'Tp tt. J, 3 The officers for the 1970-'71 DE were Reporter, James Lockabey: Vice-President Byron Hilliard, President, Robert Glassg Secretary-Treasurer, Vickie Oliver, and Parliamentarian, Teresa Warren, Standing left is Mr. Wayne Thompson. DE members were TOP ROW: Ronnie Rose, Clifford Skopek, Donald Mihatsch, Byron Hilliard, Richard Wil- son, Rodney Chlapek, Robert Glass, 2nd ROW: Charles Gunn, Donald Stroud, Gary Cockrum, Joe Garcia, John Wyche, Lloyd Hawkins, Earnest Stroud, 3rd ROW: Patti Dill, Josephine Manriquez, Judy Webb, Patsy Klusacek, Pat Shenkir, Melody Ledger, Ella Hilliard, Patrica Hunt, Vickie Oliver. 4th ROW: Teresa Warren, Dennis Steger, James Lockabey, Mike Ellison, Jimmy Ledbetter, James Malina, Bill Weekley, Ernest Stroud - Woolco Paint Donald Stroud - Piggly Wiggly Bill Weekley - Head Texaco James Lockabey - Bealls Y 'K Ronnie Rose - Levines, Receiving Future Farmers of America Future Farmers for 1970-71 were Sam Bag- gett, Sam Barfield, Thomas Bennett, George Carver, Don Dags, Paul Dragoo, Harold Dor- sey, Gary Faucett, Roger Gilleland, Mike Grant, Preston Grant, Jack Ivey, Clarence Johnson, Oliver Jones, David Kelly, Ralph Kohutek, Julius Lowe, Gary Marburger, Leonard Marek, Edward Martin, Bill Maupin, Gary McGuire, Martin Medford, Larry Murray, Curtis Noble, Julius Pavliska, Billy Popelka, Lewis Presley, Danny Ralston, Bruce Rea, William Reid, Darrell Scott, Robert Simecek, Mike Spurlin, Johnny Thomas, Holly Thornal, Mike Tubbs, Thomas Turknett, Ernest Ward, George Wilhite, Billy Young, Gary Zaremba, ' ' X , 1 .s vs is ' 'Z ' . -x rs . 1 , if , Y, ,L 1 ,Q 3' s ff, 'Q Ex, t .,., oggii ,. , 0 N ,WL ws Sweetheart - Carol Calhoun Future Farmers of America worked hard to make this a good year. v ,W -fr f..-....-.,, 'Tl' 4.,, .l .J I Future Farmer officers for 1971 were Mike Tubbs, Julius Pavliska, Ralph Kohutek, Larry Murray, George Carver, Jack Ivey. Not pictured is Danny Ralston, Ralph Kohutek placed first in Bell County and sixth in Sulfur Springs. ""'+T"'-i"'-f' . MH 1 J.. ,. 125 Sam Barfield received a blue ribbon at Sulfur Mr, H, C, Bauerschlag and Mr. A. E. Scott Springs. sponsored FFA this year. FHA Class Chairmen were ON FLOOR: Vicki McIntyre, Carla May- field. SEATED: Julie Rogers, VickiOliver, Sandra Harris, Linda Fufur X1 Sponsors were Miss Cecil Ma Hendricks, Mrs. Florine Curn Dukatnik. STANDING: Pat Peterson, Jenna Head, Holly Kuyken- dall, Marjorie Stallings. The Temple High Chapter of Future Homem akers consists of 240 members. The Future Homemakers have had a wide variety of meetings, including a panel discussion on teenager problems, and an award assem- ly for the outstanding members. The FHA Christmas party was a highlight of the year, and it prove beneficial to two needy amilies who were helped by the food contributed. Another igh- light was the FHA banquet hon- onng the senior members of the Chapter in Atpril. The year's activities en ed with the State FHA meeting in Dallas. We closed our year with our creed in mind: "We are the Future Home maker of America. We face the future with warm courage and high hope." I2 '.'!,' 4592 va if 4, ff , Class Secretaries were ON FLOOR: ludy Barnes, Debbie Wasserman, Carole Clearman. SEATEDg Rita Grayson, Becky Maxfield, Debra Bulls, Sherry Meyers, Margaret Stewart, Cindy Jones. STANDING: Sylvia Duckens, Donn Chambers. omemakers d Mrs, Marilyn Thomas, Pictured are FHA Sweethearts, James Bentley and Gary Garrison, and FHA Ideal Boy, Glenn Johnson, The 1971 FHA Officers were ON FLOOR: Melissa Heap, Deborah Fuchs, Cindy Jones. SEATED: Merry Kay Hornsby, Melissa Aycock, Brenda Glass, Linda Dukatnik, Susie James, Carole Clearman, Mary Schiller, Julie Rogers, Mona Stanecek, STANDING: Louise Granderson, Sylvia Duckens, Myra Lindsey, Angela Bishop, Craig Sebek, Glenn Johnson. ,,, .4 Future Teachers of America The Horace Mann Chapter of Future Teachers of America is under the new sponsorship of Mr. Larry Scott and Mr, Gary Smith who assumed their positions following the resignation of Miss Katherine Nichols, who provided leadership for the previous ten years, The attempts of the chapter to fulfill its pledge of service have centered around REACH, a county wide program for underprivileged pre- school children. Activities of the year have con sisted of work days which involved cleaning grounds, erecting a fence, and constructing play- ground equipment, In addition FTA assisted with a Thanksgiving turkey dinner for children and parents. Also at Christmas they sent Christmas cards, made personal visits, and presented a gift to each child, Future Teachers also pro- vided sponsorship of the children to high school programs and concerts. , ,, REACH Center children leave THS after attending choir Christmas program, -A 4,1 Chrrstmas and Thanksglvmg at REACH Center. Sponsors for the Future and Gary Smlth frightj FQ of ts WMM. 4 E 'f'4L 17' T' fQ- '-g,xv?' ' i ,f---w -f As f ,x 'Q """"" 'QQ ---' .-:r' ' f . vlgziniy - bald, A ff, ' , ff- "M, . A 7-N ,i W --f" fn fy Al . ,f I 3151 5. F lv- Ma VR - 1 ' .. Q1 ,Q , Q-QQ K1 ,, f,,. The THS International Club made its debut in the Temple High School club scene this year. The International Club is an organization devoted to personal enrichment in the separate cultures of France, Germany, and Ancient Rome, Formerly, the French, German, and Latin clubs were devoted to this purposeg however, the students of each club decided that their purposes could be accomplished and enhanced if their efforts were combined. The Latin Delegation was lead by Bill Rampy, President, Tinka Stinson, The result of theit thinking was Treasurer, Myung-Sup Kim, Historiang Toby Wahle, Secretaryg Andre the formation of the Intemational AVOIS. Vice-President Club. At each meeting, the delegation in charge of that meet ing fFrench, German, or Latinj presents an interesting program designed to increase the students' familiarity with its culture. Such meetings this year included a film painting the beauty and cultural heritage of France, Mrs, Julia Whatley's guest ap- pearance with slicbs of Germany and a program presented with slides by Toby Wahle and Mr, Durward Howard who explained and discussed the fascinating aspects of Italy and Rome were both interesting. The club is sponsored jointly by Mrs. Elisa- The German Delegation was led by Neal Cobb, Treasurer, Debbie beth Meenacht Mr. Gary pam- Brothers, Secretaryg Linda Young, Vice-President: Jim Bonnet, Presi- bettott' and Mt. Neil Scott of dem- the French, German and Latin The French Delegation was led by Judy Barnes, Presidentg Mike Easley, departments respectively. Vice-President: Becky Greening, Secretaryg and Mattie Boykin, Treas- urer. fA picture was not available.J At Christmas International Club members sang Christmas Carols in different languages. ,"L 'I M E Q iX2 mV:5ZTf"',l. ,ggi l fi ii 72 J F fi ,,m.L nz ....:, ,, ,VX mg My NW, I V: V I - Ki ' gf 3 , ,ik KVVV 1 LQ, , 1 , xxx I, ,. Ernie Fletcher does Key Club duty, Key Club OFFICERS: Jeff Andrews, Treasurer, Mike Matush, 2nd Vice President, Bill Rampy, Secretary Kirby Johnson, lst Vice President, and Tommy Har- rison, President, The members of the 1970-'71 Key Club worked hard to make this a very successful year They are as follows Bruce Cater, Gary Garrison, Jack Jones, Edwin Bigam, Ernie Fletcher Billy Lastovica Don Boyd Guy Fowler Steve Hastings, Billy Rampy, Ronnie Bravenec, Paul Vaughan, Doug Johnson Bobby Hovel Charlie Davis SEATED: Tommy Harrison, Mike Matush, Kirby Johnson, Jeff Andrews Not pictured are Glenn Johnson Billy Lastovica, Jeff Gray, Ray Johnston, Ronnie Jones, Larry Marble, Carl Priddy John Purifoy Brett Wallace Rick Waters. Sponsor, Mr. Foy DuBois, is standing far right, 'Q-1' .sv in , 'fad 3, We 5 ,gg-my : uv- 'J' 'W v N- -ww Deborah Fuchs was the 1971 Key Club Sweet- heart . Key Club members Gary Garrison, Tommy Harrison, and Jeff Andrews take a break while getting ready for Homecoming activities. The Temple High School Key Club was organ- ized in 1965 as a service club sponsored by Ki- wanis International. There are over 2000 Key Clubs in the United States and Canada. Temple High School Key Club is limited to 30 members who wish to assume today's respon- sibilities of duty and service. Members are required to participate in at least 30 service proj- ects each year and attend the two regular meet- ings each month. During the year some of the projects are 1. Co-Sponsor of Homecoming activities 2. Campus clean-up 3. Heart Fund Drive 4. Scholarship to TIC 5. Donation to the THS Library 6. Concessions at basketball games 7. Services to the faculty 8. Reception for members' parents 9. Kiwanis Relay 10. Key Club Banquet All Key Club members must support the following of jectives: 1. To develop initiative and leadership 2. To provide experience in living and work- ing together 3. To serve the school and community 4. To cooperate with the school principal 5. To prepare for useful citizenship 6. To accept and promote the following: a. To give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material value of life. b. To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships. c. To promote the adoption and applica- tion of higher standards d, To develop by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and ser- viceable citizenship. e. To provide a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render unselfish service, and to build better communi- ties. f. To cooperate in creating and maintain- ing that sound public opinion and high idealism which makes possible the in- crease of righteousness, justice, patriot- ism, and good will. 1 div The Keyettes of Temple High School is a newly organized club sponsored by the Ki- wanis Club of Temple. It is a service club for girls which collaborates with the Key Club in many schoo and civic projects. Under the leadership of Mrs. Betsy Johnston, Miss Kay Hester, and Mrs. Wanda Donaldson, the club has already taken an active part in many activities. They have operated the re resh- ment stands for many track meets and base- ball games. Also on Career Day they helped by ushering. When the Sports Show was held on the Temple High School parking lot the Keyettes were the-re serving the public. 4-La.,m-.M ls s Members were Rae Lynn McDonald Elizabeth Merrill Connie Schlueter Shirley Caddell Denise Vojtas Angela Bishop, Renee Weathers Terri Wilson Becky Miller Nancy Payne Debbie Alexander Margaret Stewart, Melissa Heap Carol Traylor Eugenia Haynes Debbie Beach JUNIORS Anne Martt Cynthia Gaby, Bernice McDonald Suzanne Booth Debbie Epperson Susie James Pam Bolding Pam Machalek Debbie Flanagan, Debbie Gideon Teresa Robertson Sandra Triplett SOPHOMORES Dawn Cole Sherry Myers, Roxanne Ramsey Susan Cloud Mary Black Beth Boyd Kathy Cunningham Nan Daniel Crndy 335' 1 1 E w Donaldson, Sandra Dysart, Missie Fletcher, Pam Fulton, Alana Johnston, Stacy Jones, Brenda Kennedy, Mary Lehr, Nancy Marble, Rebecca Silva, Lora Talley, Sheri Thompson, Sue Traylor, Barbara Williams. Keyettes Anne Martt and Suzanne Booth helped the PTO mothers with their drive to raise money for another duplicating machine. The Keyettes helped each day by setting up, selling, and cleaning, The sponsors for the newly formed Keyettes Club were Mrs. Wanda Donald- son, Mrs. Betsy Johnston, and Miss Kay Hester. They did a fine job of organizing the Keyettes this year. Jets The Jets Club, which stands for Junior Engineering and Technological Society, was organized in the fall of 1959 under the spon- sorship of Mr, Antone Elsik. The Jets Club is state affiliated and is under the direction of the Engineering Society of Texas. The state headquarters are at Texas ASCM Univer- sity. Locally, the Club is organized in Oc- tober each year, and has meetings once a month, Each year the Jets attend the state convention at Texas ABLM University. Mem- bers participate in skill tests in slide rule, math chemistry, and physics. Tours are also provided for members, Angela Bishop fleftj is the 1970-71 Jets Sweetheart. James Bentley frightj was the Presidentg Jan Morris Qbelow rightj, Secretary, Rick Elliot fbelow centerj, Vice-President: Carol Bragg fbelow leftj, Reporter. E? it r 'I The 1970 I1 Jets under the leadership of Mr. Elsik, consisted of TOP: David Cason, Ronnie Bravenec Jeff Sunbury Claud Payne Cathy Alexander, Joel McLaughlin, Mark Samford, Rick Elliott, Neal Adams Jim Harris Gary Reid David McDaniel, Joe Mahler. BOTTOM: Debbie Forrest, Carmen Engbrock Monica Chilcoat Allison Miller Shelia Kohutek, Jan Morris, Ann Martt, Angela Bishop, Carol Bragg Cindy Howell NOT PICTURED David Barfield, Keith Connell, Lyman Grant, Ronnie Harpool Ricky Kleypas Richard Lynn Jeff Mlller Joan Palla, Lynn Sammons, Robert Wallace, Renee Weathers. Leo Club Keith Connell - John DeLany - T reasurer ' -P 'd t Wayne Fulton - Vlce resl en Randy Walker - President Secretary I ,I Members of the Leo Club were TOP: Mike Supanic, Randy Walker, Ray Gillespie, David Punchard, Richard Mclnturff, Clayton Rick, Hal Goolsby, Richard Foster, Ronald O'Neal, BOTTOM: Carl Bell, Robert Mans- field, John DeLany, David Bailey, David Zabcik, Keith Connell, Bob Simmons, Claud Payne, Mark Snyder, James Gerald, Bobby White, Wayne Fulton, Tim Jarvis, NOT PICTURED ARE: Sam Barfield, Peter Langjoen, The Leo Club of Temple High School was established in January, 1971, under the direction of the Temple Lions Club, sponsored by Coach John Elam. The purpose of the club is to promote service among the youth of the community, which will develop the individual qualities of Leadership, Experience, and Opportunity. At the present time the club is cooperating with Ralph Wilson Boy's Club in directing a drug abuse program. Also, assistance is being given in directing athletic events at the Boy's Club. 93 . Q5 'HD' The 1970-'71 NHS Sweetheart was Patrica Prater. The object of the NHS is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of char- acter in students of THS, The scholastic requirement for membership is a 2.5 average, where A23 points, B:2, and C:1. The faculty votes on the list of students meeting this requirement, con- sidering leadership, service, and char- acter of the student. The list of students selected are invited to become members of the NHS, Our most important project is a scholarship to TIC. The money is raised by charging each member a fifty cent scholarship fee. The second project of importance is to help with registration at the beginning of school. Students making all A's beginning with the ninth grade are recognized, All senior mem- bers are honored with a program, At graduation exercises, the seniors have gold tassels on their caps. Each name of a graduating member is marked with a dagger on the Commencement program. 94 National Honor Society ii Officers for NHS were Paul Shinkawa, Reporter: Woody Joe, Treasurer: Tommy Harrison, Parliamentariang James Bentley, President: Myung Sup Kim, Vice-Presidentg Lynn Sammons, Secretary, Roll Checkers were Jacob Salisbery, Richard Buro, Claud Payne, Lora Talley. At the Recognition Assembly Donna Chambers Miss Juanita Welch has been the devoted sponsor received the NHS scholarship from James Bentley. of the National Honor Society for many years, """"-W--.. H-P-'5""'4'lw-...M Pan-American The objective of the Pan-American Club is to encourage respect and tolerance for the nationalities of the Americas, through better knowledge of these nations, It is also to encourage the learning of Spanish as a medium of communication. This year the club, which was established in 1943, followed several traditions, A chili supper was sponsored as a fund raising project in the fall. The Christmas season brought the Pan-Am Christmas party for Latin American children, As always, this was fun for the children as well as for club members, In February, the club had a representative from Texas A Sc I speak on the University's established Bilingual program, a talk which proved interesting and bene- ficial to the club. In the spring the annual Pan-Am trip was sponsored to San Antonio to visit the mis- sions, The 1970-'71 year for Pan-Am ended with the banquet and election of new officers in May, Officers were Mike Payne, Parliamentarian Becky Miller Treasurer Terri Gibson President, I. V. Bentley, Vice-President: Shirley Caddell Historian Lynn Sammons Secretary Glenn Johnson, Vice-President. ...iii ' I The Paramedical Careers Club is under the new sponsorship of Mrs. Ron Adams, who assumed this posi- tion for the school year 1970-71. The attempt of this club is to educate club members on medical careers. A few of the services this club has ac- complished are donations to the Temple Public Library and the Heart Fund. Throughout the year, many interesting speakers have addressed our group. Q f t ,ii . t ,Milf ,yh. 'if an ' 15' .?'I ' A N N. . A-GV 'mai rw Parnell and Brantley Weathers Debbie Epperson was the 1970- 71 Sw eetheart, 97 ---- --- Speech and Drama Club Mary Hardin-Baylor speech winners. eeee it t Officers ftop lefty for 1970 -71 were Debbie Gideon, Historiang Debbie Banks, Treasurerg Anne Martt, Re- cording Secretaryg Becky Greening, Corresponding Secretaryg Rae Lynn McDonald, Vice-President: Becky Miller, President, Miss Kay Hester ftop rightj sponsored the club for another very successful year. The Speech and Drama Club helps students connected with the Speech department and enables them to expand their experiences in public speaking and the theatre, Included in the club's yearly events are their Novem- ber garage sale, mid-term club party, annual Talent Show, and their May awards banquet at which two fifty dollar scholarships are given to promising students. 1 ' if ofa- 913 4.1 z 'tt' Q me R I 'N .. K Qi-RZ. QP A 1 E -90481. MW I 'J - , -" i 5 V" 5' . v' Q., V gl , 3 v Fefe, QA. I, N22 f ., .r When the Speech department went to Mary Hardin-Baylor, they returned with many awards, such as: Becky Miller, 3rd prose: Pam Kopriva, 2nd prose: Rae Lynn McDonald, 2nd informative speaking: Anne Martt, lst prose: Terri Wilson, lst extempt: Becky Greening, lst poetry. UIL Regional at TCU returned with fbelow righty Debbie Gideon, 2nd place: Rae Lynn McDonald, lst place, and Terri Wilson as a participant. Rae Lynn went on to State where she placed fourth in informative speaking, Becky Miller ftop rightj was the 1970-71 Speech and Drama club sweetheart, The District winners in UIL were ftop lefty Rae Lynn McDonald, lst informative speaking: Roger Sadler, poetry: Debbie Gideon, lst poetry: Terri Wilson, lst extempt: Becky Miller, 2nd prose: and not pictured is Randal Clawson, 2nd prose. ., Ia pp pl i December 1970 1 4 e Q, ff ,M ARSENIC AND OLD LACE NX f f ,, AX TN ,f ex KXN L X., ' yxxx' W X fxkj g' -xxx ' X f 'U XX , y I V, VV's.,N X S 5 X, NI 4 K 'N . Q 3 KN ' 0 Qu I fx V xx 2 W ff WP ff 1 0 ff ef V 00, I Q , xxw, I X I 1 5 E13-mng': ' , "" ffffw i . . li .g.V J, s ia ,f , 1 . .,j 1, f 7 00 ix - e 9 ul. . 'fx Y 2 7 v ' Y LA!-f" ",i " 1 '7'N' , AA J is A gg ' is 2 I it 1 . f , esvfw? v , . Y f V , ,V I V ' ., G . ' Y Y Q . ' r T 4 'Y v 1 7 L T T 3 Benito Acevedo The cast of ARSENIC AND OLD LACE was Jim Wann, who played Reverend Dr, Harper as Mr, Gibbs, Jody Donaldson as Officer Brophy, Steve Hastings as Lt. Rooney, Alan Gillespie as Mortimer Brewster, the only rational member of the family: Steve Silverthorne as Jonathan Brewster, Becky Greening as Sweet Abby Brewster, Becky Miller as sweet Martha Brewster, Roger Sadler as Teddy Brewster, the unusual member of the family, Michael Yarrito as Dr. Einsteing Liza Farrow as Elaine Harper, Mortimer's girlfriend, Don Boyd as Officer O'Harag Andre Avots as Officer Klein, and Robert Wallace as Mr. Witherspoon, Mr. Hoskins, and Mr. Spenelzo. Miss Kay Hester was the director with Anne Martt as assistant, Denise Vojtas as stage manager, Pam Kopriva as publication manager, Mattie Boykin as costumes manager, Rae Lynn Mc- Donald as make-up manager,,Cathy Simonton as props manager, and Lynn Looney as art director. Jody Donaldson and Robert Wallace worked the lights, and Keith Johnson worked the sound. r+i?' 'l+"! Y Y Y T ,181 Iii Fw Af' A Tale of Chelm The Speech and Drama Department of THS presented A TALE OF CHELM, a Jewish one-act play, The performance was chosen best district play, The characters included Roger Sadler as Melamed, Becky Miller as the goatseller, Becky Greening as Rifkelle, Steve Silverthorn as Rabbi David, Debbie Banks as the "dumb" angel, Kelly Ogle as Dodi the innkeeper, and Jim Wann as Dodi's friend, Roger Sadler, best actor in district competitiong Becky Millerg Becky Greeningg Randle Clawson were chosen for the all-star cast, Debbie Banks was on the honorable mention cast. ,ity-v- M . ..,, wa rii W, Loading the bus for the trip to regional are Becky Miller tells Roger Sadler that he bought a Debbie Banks, Steve Silverthorn, Randell Claw- she-goat and not a he-goat, son, and Becky Greening. 4' .., The crew consisted of Robert Wallace, working lightsg Pam Kopriva, working soundg and Jeff Miller working spotlight. Library Helpers and Office Workers 415- 'hi -we The Library Helpers and Office Workers are THS students who choose to spend their study hall hour assisting in the library and offices. The Library helpers help other students use the listening center equip- ment and other resources of the library, They help handle the audio-visual equipment and do many things at the request of the library staff to assist in serving the faculty and students of THS, The Office Workers help the faculty do the small chores and the errands, 1 If Y 4 :"' . 'A-1l -ff: ,AQ-VW 1 Ak Q Q 3 f 5 QA .. W a ,ST sfuden rs """' 4-4' V 4f,3f'!r 'J' V- Pa? W 2 my 'ufwlfs 'Y ge'Zig1:'- 16' L. . council A I b , 3, 3 H E, , cf l fir- is by -. as 2 The Student Council, the student governing organization of Temple High School, performs many services for the school, At thelfar top left is Sandy Weaver, the Student Council Sweetheart, She became the 1970-'71 Homecoming Queen, Sponsors of Student Council, ftop centerj Miss Elizabeth Holden and Mrs. Ruth Ferrill, talk with president, Glenn Johnson. The officers worked hard to keep the council on their toes. They were ftop rightj Glenn Johnson, Pres- identg Charles White, Vice-Presidentg Debbie Gideon, Secretaryg and Carol Curtis, Treasurer. SENIOR members of Student Council were Rick Elliott, James Bentley, Ernie Fletcher, Carol Bragg, Tommy Harrison, Angela Bishop, Debbie Alexander, Gary Garrison, Glen Roberts, Robert Kuban, Craig Sebek, Mattie Boykin, Sandra Weaver, Judy Dennis, Donna Dixon, Woody Joe, Lynn Sammons, Cathy Matous, Terri Gibson, Cathy Alexander, Jackie Corsentino, Linda Rubac, and Patrica Prater, Not pictured are Janice Boyd, Sandra Copeland, Jenna Lou Head, Melissa Heap, Charles McClanahan, V t 3 a f- J , 106 l+Lt Candidates in the Stu- dent Council election of officers for the 1971- 72 school year made their campaign speeches to the student body. The candidates were president: Bill Rampyg vice-president: John DeLany, Larry Marble, Mike Matushg secretary: Susie James, Mary Potter, treasurer: Ray Gillespie, Carl Priddy, Sandra Triplett, 6 lbwthm Y .fl ji ghd? J JUNIOR Student Council members were Mike Matush, Carl Priddy, Carla Mayfield, Janelle Pickett, Sandra Triplett, Debbie Epperson, Debbie Flanagan, Jan Epperson, Judy Barnes, Debbie Brothers, Neil Cobb, Elaine Hansen, Larry Marble, Mary Baron, Ronnie Jones, Allison Chandler, Susie James, Dena Casey, Betty Solomon Mary Potter, CindiP1asek, Tinka Stinson, Linda Young, Not pictured are Jim Bonnett, Jen Brandes, Jeff Gray, Kirby Johnson, Myra Lindsey, Pam Machalek, and Bill Rampy. W I T 4 w I -gg 1 ' ! f SOPHOMORE members were Cathy Autrey, David Baird, Paula Bellomy, Beth Boyd, Russell Bridges, Kim Carver, Bruce Cater, Dawn Cole, Cathy Cummings, John DeLany, Danny Dillon, Cindi Donaldson, Missie Fletcher, Guy Fowler, Paul Fuchs, Wayne Fulton, Ray Gillespie, Alana Johnston, Brenda Kennedy, Stacy Jones, Mary Lehr, Richard Mclnturff, Nancy Marble, M ona Matush, Susan Moore, Clayton Pick, Roxan Ramsey, David Rankin, Patrica Spivey, Lora Talley, Lauretta Tate, Sheri Thompson, Sue Traylor, Susan White, Vicki Williams, Sam Young, Patricia Ford, Vickie Paulk, it VIETWBZEIIIIIIIEIEI 'id' illl F 23 Again' it , 4 , ,J rf, nc, in in 3 5 -lf., ? . 6 1 3 t 6 ' i, ,'u, I I, I, g' ,I 'tg I -'yi It 1 at 'fr as x:5 1-I 1,5 gl gl, 1-U 1.5 ul .1 as l t'l l'g Hug lug The use of voting machines on the election of Student Council officers and class favorites added an extra enjoyment to the everyday lives of THS students. 107 ' Student Council Decorations for the Christmas Dance consisted of doves and a call for Peace. ix of U, ,A Pam Kopriva and Robert Wallace visited with friends during intermission, Christmas Dance r 1 Qt D P .gh P .13 19 N- 'N- X f" wi' L' Q he-ar xr! f 'Q mv! 7 , .ns asf 4, in-W, 1 is ,u W , l '14-L 'L X 5 1 'Q f ri ,fi X Q if? ff' tis is ,, if r .Qfisa ,, 1 V '4- . pl Q ,A 'iff fi , t, 1, if Q sr 'V A sf, u T- C " n f '2f'?ffmf::- 4 Ri 1 gi 5 ' Qt ? si 'sn '-+254 2 3 ,1 5,1 X. :A ,Qi ' if ,Sie Tfffffgz, ' 1 14: i ps, ,, f+i1,' i , A-Z is n -. .3 f . X wyr' 1'-0 Q-1 N gi - if Sit! X-if 1--,ff I-P ' 1, 952 1 rf J. jk if if 5 nf: , ws. 'X .,L i sms -...QA -. ,K tt.-I Z. 1, ji 'ir N vs ,Q h, haf 4 ,L x. A 1 ,ire L A X - ' sf . A-xl: F' - 'A Vt. ' .Viv i-"wif f t " '1-N 1, 'F '., ' in "H 3 fi ' 5' - -.f A of-,xl - , sew. x Yu- - X - Q we-. 1 xg, L, ' vexvia. 1 ,Fm 4 F-, 3' e-6,4 iv: 'ist if .ff',i"iQ xi .QQ A- .- kv, Q., -'Q ' J iff. -9. . 1 N" i. ' r A"'A'-, " . ' Q 'L Q , I ,-. 43-'bv hm Y 2, HQ, fig... ,, ll, ,ff-rv 1"', if 1. , -Q -.6 4""' "' ' ' X 'if 7 is i , Qiisstss ' ,Q s ' I Elaine Hansen helps decorate for the Student Council dance. The 1970-'71 Student Council put voting machines into use for the spring officers and favorite elections, pleaded the student case against closed campus, helped form a new dress policy, and wrapped, sorted and delivered for Santa Pal, Beside these activities, the Student Council sponsored tra- ditional activities such as' the bon- fire, Radio Week, All-A Honor Roll, Christmas formal, Twirp Twirl, and a TIC scholarship, Other activities were helping with the community drives and publish- ing the student directory, All of their endeavors proved to be worth- while and helpful to the student body, 109 0 Vocational lncluslrial l Club of America The officers of the VICA club for 1971 are Billy Law- rence, President: Jo Ann Klaus, Secretary: Robert Smith, Treasurer: Elisa Frost, Reporter: Alton Brick- er, Parliamentarian: and Leonard Wilde, Sergeant-at- .2 Arms. Members of VICA are the following: BACK ROW, Left to Right: David Hobday, Richard Gresham, Jim Ellison, Tim Pennington, James Talafuse, Robert Smith, Mike Gosnell, Daryel Rose, Don Owens. MIDDLE ROW, Left to Right: Randell Wells, Mark Finney, Johnnie Reisnet, Willie Robinson, Gary I-lodge, Donald Chavis, Jessie Reyes, Malcolm Scott, Roy Schiller, Wayne Foster, FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Gary McGuire, Alton Brick- er, Leonard Wilde, Laurie Lofton, Jo Ann Klaus, Elisa Frost, Billy Lawrence, and Armando Garcia, Sponsor on far right is Mr, Billy Streater, yy' . ,, 1, 5 Q - I 1.- ,, L ZW TQ 1 , H ,U kai i 1 3, slr Industrial Cooperative Training y,Wx.-1, ' i K ',, m 'ZLV ., ,' i 532 . W gfii ifrr rran W arr,i .nrr U aaa r yy W o We Don Owens and Gary White - Auto Parts Richard Gresham - Auto Body WNW L Wayne Foster - Auto Mechanics Randell Wells - Locksmith gm? 05 2 The 1971 VOE Sweetheart was Anita Davis, Voccltiond 'ffl-"' Officers were Janice Boyd, President, Mrs. Joyce Crow, Sponsor: Francine Tasse, His- toriang Don Reimer, Reporter, Bonnie Kerley A ffice Education ,ffm as N ,.-if 'reasurerg Debby Knox, Parliamentariang riary Bricker, Secretary, VOE began in 1968. It is a program for stu- dents who are interested in learning office re- lated occupations. The cooperative program permits students to attend school in the mornings and receive on-the-job training for a salary in the afternoons, Mrs, Joyce Crow initiated the program and is still the coordinator. The main activities during the year are the Officers' In- stallation ceremony with parents as guests, and the Employer Appreciation Banquet, for the students and their employers. The VOE students also participate in area and state Youth Leadership Conferences. Student awards were presented at the Employer Appreciation Banquet held at the Captain's Table, Anita Davis was presented the Outstanding VOE Student plaque, Bonnie Kerley was presented the Miss VOE plaque for her partic- ipation in class and club work. Perfect Attend- ance plaques were presented to Mary Bricker, Cynthia Knecht, Elizabeth Mojica, and Linda Smith, ww 5 as A if sf "., V F ,X f r 1' Kiwi'-'+ Linda Wright, Ralph Wilson - Plastics Elizabeth Mojica - City Recreation Office Wildcat Rambler The staff of the WILDCAT RAMBLER is composed of students who have taken Journalism I, In its thirty-second year of publication, the student newspaper is printed every three weeks. Two innovations were a part of the year's activities for the newspaper staff. They sponsored a girl's Red Rag football game in November and earmarked the proceeds for the publication of a literary magazine. The new magazine, which was distributed in May, contained creative writing, art, and photography, In January, a chapter of Quill and Scroll, a national honorary fraternity for high school journalists, was established, Rambler staff members attended Texas High School Press Association in December and Inter- scholastic League Press Conference in Match, They also participated in UIL competition and in the Roosevelt Practice Meet in the spring, The editor of the WILDCAT RAMBLER was Elizabeth Merrillg features editor, Roger Sadler, sports editor, Marty Smithsong news editors, Shirley Caddell and Debbie Beachg business managers, Pam Kopriva and Cynthia Jones: photographers, Doug Bane, Charles Foyt, Brantley Weathers, The UIL District contestants were Debbie Beach, news- writing f3rd placejg Mark Burt, editorial 13rd placeyg Elizabeth Merrill, feature writing f3rd placej, head- line flst placejg Shirley Caddell, newswriting. Quill and Scroll members were Marty Smithson, Jody Donaldson, Richard Buro, Debbie Beach, Roger Sadler, Cynthia Jones, Elizabeth Merrill, Shirley Caddell, Pam Kopriva and Lynn Looney fnot picturedj, W h K 5 The RAMBLER STAFF toured the TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, 4 ,,,X, i xii' Y, JF The journalism banquet at El Cha Cho was also the setting for Quill and Q ids bf Scroll initiation. Left to right are Shirley Caddell, Richard Buro, Debbie Beach, Jody Donaldson, Lynn Looney, Roger Sadler, Cynthia Jones and Mrs. Martha Kahler. .2 Elizabeth Merrill - Sweetheart. 'Q' f? Q, If'- as ,..4v 1 s . tif W . ,,,. s M 9 qi.,4vf'g',gw , . asm.. r' N -- .. - wa Proceeds from the Red Rag football game, sponsored by the WILDCAT RAMBLER, made publication of WILDFLOWERS, the literary magazine, possible. 115 -vi?-., 'l J 3 Jigs! nk Chess Club kb-sm , if T 'f as? - ' , ,1 , ,, 1:7 i if if The Chess Club SWCCIUG-aft fOr Each member of the Chess Club enjoyed the engaging in 1970 -'71 was Barbara Freeman. friendly competition, 31. 4 5 if 'nt , f The Temple High School Chess Club exists to provide an outlet for students interested in learning or extending their existing knowledge of Chess. Students participate in two intra-mural chess contests annually The contests are rated "novice" and "professional," The sponsor is Mr. Neil Scott. H6 Fellowship of Christian Athletes Officers for 1970-'71 were Sammy Jones, Craig Sebek, Tommy Harrison, Sponsors were M1-0 Wmjam Owen and Gary Garrison . and Mr, Jerrold Durling. 'Q sells Q l The purpose of Fellowship of Christian Athletes is to confront athletes and through them the youth of the nation with challenge and adventure of following Christ in the Fellowship of the church, FCA is an inter-denomina- tional organization open to any male athlete who is a participant in a sport at Temple High School, The club was formed two years ago and the roll, now, consists of one hundred eighty members, H7 "So thi AVIL W TEWPLE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Temple, Texas FEBRUARY 4, 5 and 6, 1971 Szdf' M, 'Un Randy Russell - Liza Farrow Mattie Boykin P RIS" Showcase '71 5 ,, Anne Martt - Doyle Young if Sm Vickie Williams Deborah Fuchs - Les Winkler Ronnie Bravenec - Craig Landrum Liza Farrow, Carol, Deborah Fuchs, Debbie, Debbie Case, Pam, Vicky Williams, Joan, Donaleah Dedrick, Donna, Toby Wahle, Alice, Cathy Alexander, Mrs, Page, Randy Russell, Paul, Terri Wilson, Madame Duval, Pam Lumpkin, Eve, Doyle Young, Mr, Scott, Anne Martt, Mrs. Scott, Les Winkler, Bob, Ronnie Bravenec, Francoise, Steve Hastings, Georges, Gerry Starnes, Pierre, Larry Greger, Gendarme, Brantley Weathers, Waiter, Don Boyd, Artist, Angela Bishop, Flower Vendor, Pansy Clawson, Nursemaid, Jimmy Marsh, Subway Conductor, Craig Landrum, Sailor, Jerrel Shumake, Maurice, Mattie Boykin, Nancy Colwell, Donna Dixon, Kris Koehn, Diana Roberts, Teresa Roberson, Sharon Stalneeker, Rebecca Silva, Tricia Vanderveer, French citizens. 9 NM- 'wm- r' A vs Sports W, .,.,,,,.M,. , ,, N. "mf" N 2 3 R, E 1 1 9 2 3 4 4 3 1 i 'sqm ..... mf I ARTH UR A ND ERSON Guard , Sdphomore 2 DAVID ANDERSON Guard, Junior S . 'np usb., J A MES B EN TLY Guard , Senior ia 'E , 4 if 1 ' -WJQW5 1 gygmf Q I 31 i SNP! X IZ ew s 5 A 2 J ',-ykf 5 M f ISSAC BROWN X 1 Post, Sqnior Q in wsu PL: 3 1 --J Q X -nf is ' Q2 A , 'iii . M fi ' 1 .H :gf T MQ, my 3 ki? gg 1, ,ami JEFF GRAY Post, Junior X Q ' - ' fi -- viuiglii " . 4 Lv adj, ' 'mf f - N 1i . . Q . L - ki uri P13 Q O A 1 t , 5 ' I, !., .fi M gtk . x. X GARY GREEN RUYBERT JACKSON S Forward , Guard , Senior QLMP sNPz R 408 'Kemp Qf I4 ' IoHNsoN ' Guard, Junior E W fi L- . .-291, . 'VW S551 A A rim MARTY SMQETHSOXQ Forward , Senior MP Z4 SNP! Q Zza' YS 6, Q 3 wwwnr 3' 'A 7 BEN WRIGHT Junior Varsity High Point Man Junior Varsity The 1970-'71 Junior Varsity Basketball team had a very suc- cessful season, They had a winning record of twenty-six straight victories without a single loss. The Junior Varsity team put in many hard hours of prac- tice to achieve this perfect record. The team is composed of eight sophomore and juniors. The Junior Varsity Coach is Bill Owen, . rr ss, ,., Q -.4 v-ll BRANT GLOVER Junior Varsity High Point Man 2 """''fz,f,'.,f'v-'wmxsxwe--as ,f ,......,,, 4 f-V, 'Pit' Y ff' 'TWT - Y I . , , at '. '.- 3.4 ' 'H 2- , L A E' T ' - "wr ,f ,1 . ' W 'W' isr's a a T B W i ' ,' Q ' I ,, . W N by 5 , , 5 , , W J' 9 'Yr 5. T' ,, ,,:":ww'+-rr , ,W . . 5? 3 W A., ,sg if 'gm HA 'Q gr. .g.,.....-.........,- '?v" ' at JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM: TOP ROW, Left to Rightg Ben Wright, SECOND ROW: Micheal Cephus, Marian Loving, Brant Glover, THIRD ROW: Ernest Ward, Craig Smith, Charles White. FOURTH ROW: John Pleasant. Billy Evans, a THS tumbler, was chosen as the 1971 basketball sweetheart, rw-,-....,., www" ,.-'Tn M N 7f'Ui4?W ' 7 Coach Moore's first year at Temple High really was a suc- cess. The basketball team ad- vanced to the district finals under his guidance. He was also honored by being named Coach of the Year for the All District team. All of Temple High is glad that Coach Moore was added to its teaching staff, 3, LARRY HOGUE REASON ALEXANDER DEBS MITCHELL Manager Manager Manager --.... 'Mmm I 130 Templel E TOP ROW, Left to Right: Bobby Bennett, Tommy Harrison, Mike Payne, Charles McClanahan, Mike Jenkins, Bob Simmons, Randy Philley, Glenn Smith, Jesse Wall, Randy Greenway, Craig Jones, Glen Roberts. SECOND ROW: Johnny Thomas, Freddie Johnson, Mickey Whitlock, Gary Garrison, Aldo Knox, Paul Clinard, Larry Groover, Larry Doughty, Ray Johnston, David McDaniel, Jerry Taylor, -Robert Kuban. THIRD ROW: Wee Joe, Cecil Brown, Luke Fisher, Sammy Jones, Thomas Baird, Billy Lastovica, Doug John Temple - - - - Temple - - - -,- - Temple - - ---- - - Temple - - - - Temple - - - Temple - - - - Temple - - - - Temple - - - - Temple----- --- - Temp1e------ ---- Wildcats vn, Craig Sebek Robert Johnston Roy Cast111o Steve Bolsms Managers Randy Myers Brodenck Robmson ibby Hovel M1ke England Perry Wallace Rlchard Rankxn hmmy Gray Lynn Sladovmk Paul Vaughan caches Left Slde Head Coach John Elam Jerry Durhng Ron Adams Herbert Bedford Coaches R1ght Lde: Donme Laurence B111 Tuce Jay Bob Robert B111 Owen ishop Lynch rownwood an Angelo ichfield - ryan - - Torsicana Iaco - - Ileburne - Iniv ersity lilleen - THOMAS BAIRD Sr, , Center BOBBY BENNETT Sr, , End STEVE BOLSINS Sr. , Tackle CECIL BROWN Sr, , Halfback ROY CASTILLO Sr, , Center ,12 .. Q! , E fr T y at N NEEBBBB to 'V' K M f.', iw . ' .I . ,,..,,,W A W III- an A VJ by I Jw Va y ,rf . B f J E 1 f ' , ef Y Kg 'E 3 yn 'TJ' PAUL CLINARD Sr. , Tackle ,capri f On the defense Bob Simmons, Tommy Harrison, and Randy Greenway were prepared to attack Bishop Lynch, FRED CUNNINGHAM Sr, , Tackle LARRY DOUGHTY Sr, , Halfback LUKE FISHER Sr, , Guard GARY GARRISON Sr, , Guard RANDY GREENWAY Sr, , Guard LARRY GROOVER Sr, , Halfback 4 TOMMY HARRISON Sr. , Guard MIKE JENKINS Sr, , End WEE IOE Sr, , Center Ov 1 gr have If f,-SW , I' ww DOUG JOHNSON Sr, , Quarterback FREDDIE JOHNSON Sr. , Tackle RAY JOHNSTON Ir, , Haliback A-vf Managers and trainers entering the pep rally are Lynn Sladovnik, Bobby Hovel, Mike England, Paul Vaughn Randy Myers, and Richard Rankin. Wildcats smashed the Cleburne offense. ,W at 5 A Reef!! ' 752 I . 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T R, M .T . cv ' we I A I ,X 'QM Q 4 fn, 5 ' ' 4v"'C ROBERT JOHNSTON Sr, , End CRAIG JONES Sr, , Tackle SAMMY JONES Sr., Guard, ALDO KNOX Sr. , End ERNEST KNOX Sr. , Fullback ROBERT KUBAN Sr, , Quarterback BILLY LASTOVICA Sr, , Fullback CHARLES MCCLANAHAN Sr, , Halfback iv DAVID Mc DANIEL ,, f, if Q -saw., AQ"' Sr, , Guard 'H' A A , 5935" 'Lf , "A- ' "" , W MIKE PA YNE Sr, , Tackle RANDY PHILLEY Sr, , Tackle GLEN ROBERTS Sr, , Bid After Mike Jenkins was overcome by Bishop Lynch defense, Cecil Brown struggled through. 136 W 1 , .Q mv" uw'- Halfback Larry Doughty furiously struggled for that extra yard despite the fact that Charles McC1anahan had been overcome. lisa. CRAIG SEBEK Sr, , Quarterback BOB SIMMONS Jr, , Tackle GLENN SMITH Sr, , End JERRY TAYLOR Sr. . Haliback JOHNNY THOMAS Sr, , Fullback JESSE WALL Sr, , Tackle 7 , Q I 3' A., 1, WI N Lk Q '. ss CIMIG BAILES Sr. . Guard MICKEY WHITLOCK Sr. , Guard Upper left: Thom as Baird, a senior football player, was chosen by the football players to receive the Richard Jenkins Memorial Award, This award is in memory of Dickie Jenkins, a fellow football player, who was killed in a car accident. I Awards for the 1970 Football season were given to fleft to rightj Bob Simmons, Best Offensive Linemang Mike Payne, Fortitude Awardg Craig Jones, Most Conscientious Playerg Randy Greenway, Best Defensive Linemang Thomas Baird, Richard Jenkins Memorial Award: Craig Sebek, Best Offensive Backg Glenn Smith, Best Defensive Backg Tommy Harrison, Coaches' Award and Scholar-Athlete Awardg Ernest Knox, Most Valuable Player. a 5: K .' Q gg i, L' 73, ,. at at-at - , . " .ff tttit t r ,, ,l F Q K2 I Craig Bailes fleftj presents the 1970 Football Sweetheart, Patricia Prater, a bouquet of red roses and the traditional football autographed by the football players. She was escorted by the Band President, Glenn Johnson frighty. Below are some expressions of Patricia. :fx .V ,,.e2.T,2.'ij1g 5 f' 35? ,. 4 1 s ' f'f' .. -,SV 15 40 The most unrecognized helpful groups are the managers and trainers, The team's success is largely due to the effectiveness of their work. Some of the duties that these young men perform are washing the football players' uniforms, keeping the field- house clean, getting equipment out on the field, and being ready for any emergency that might occur during the game, Jesse Wall happily hugs Trainer Paul Vaughn for reminding him not to use his Right Guard so he can knock out the other team, Mike England in the background anxiously awaits his turn. Jesse, a senior, was chosen for the All-District second team. as Upper right Managers fleft to rightj Bobby Hovel, Perry Wal- lace, Lynn Sladovnik, Jimmy Gray, Mike England, Broderick Robinson, and Richard Rankin, Below right Trainers fleft to rightj Randy Myers, Larry Lewellen Steve Trussell, and Paul Vaughan. an 'wx ' M 9' ff'-' J s Junior Varsity TOP ROW, Left to Right: Dale Gilmore, Donald Robinson, Larry Marble, Carl Bell, Richie King, Carl Franklin, Jack Jones, Albert Garcia, SECOND ROW: Ken Maddux, Willie Lavan, Richard Mclnturff, Jimmy Rogers, Steve Baker, Ben Wright, Bunkley Morris, Tim Grear, Steve Neman, BOTTOM ROW: Paul Guthrie, Ronnie Jones, Charles Chapman, Keith Connell, Robert Mansfield, Bruce Cater, Edwin Bigon, James Gerald, Mark Snyder, Coaches: fleftj Donnie Laurence, frightj Bill Owen, Managers: flefty Mike Harper, frightj Hal Goolsby, and Steve Trussell, Sophomore Team TOP ROW, Left to Right: Thomas Neal, Mike Flowers, Jacob Salisbery, Stephen Gaines, Dick Forrest, Robert Kerbow, John DeLany, Danny Dillon, Bercha Anderson, Rocky Tasse, James Jefferson. SECOND ROW: Gregory Craig, Robert Atkins, Paul Karnowski, James Alexander, Baron Porter, Dean Wall, David Baird, Bill Rucker, Russel Weaver, Richard Crocker, Kim Carver, Clayton Pick, THIRD ROW: Paul Fuchs, Bobby White, Gary Baxley, Dale Heisch, James Lopez, Wayne Fulton, George Deleon, John Pavey, Richard Hurt, Barry Jarma. BOTTOM ROW: Albert Rhymes, Ernest Sanders, John Pleasant, James Bowdin, Robert Benford, Mark Hawkins, Tim Jarvis, John Kohutek, Rex Myers, Managers: fleftj Larry Lewellen, frightj Jim Thompson, James Hubbard, Coaches: fleftj Jay Bob Robert, Phil Trice, frightj Jerry Durling. Trophy won for Consolation at 42 Rattler Relays in San Marcos. Track TOP ROW, Left to Right: Robert Kerbow, Barry Iarma, David Baird, Frank Sodek, Keith Connell, Rob M ansfield, Steve Baker, Jesse Wall, Larry Doughty, Edwin Bigon, Broderick Robinson, Mark Snyder, Steve Newman, SECOND ROW: Earl Lloyd, Russell Weaver, Gary Hallonquist, Randy Duncan, Raymond Toliver, Richard Hurt, Freddy Johnson. J. C. Lowe, Bruce Dawson, Richie King, Hector Soto, THIRD ROW: John DeLany, John Ko,- hutek, Chuck Sutherland, Richard Rankin, John Padilla, James Gerald, Terry Lloyd, Johnnie Thomas, Willie LaVan, Ernest Knox, Dick Foster. BOTTOM ROW: Steve Walker, John Rankin, Paul Fuchs, Brant Wallace, James Farris, Bobby Hovel, Dwain Wade, Bobby Ben- nett, Issac Brown, Charles McClanahan, Cecil Brown, Aldo Knox, Carl Bell. , L 1 , f . 2 b- .,. 5 ,.!K,, K , , , W , , Several young men run around the track while Bruce Dawson fleftj proceeds to pole vault. Fine young men such as these have given Temple a well-known name in track. ,, fAbovej Charles McC1anahan speeds around the track hoping to break a record. fflightj Aldo Knox who placed second in State jumps a hurdle. as '7 if . F' we . nnns so an U fg' 'ir Q, Q f WH 0.1 , tw E f f W3 f t . HM J Q , 14 Bruce Dawson ftopj and Barry Jarma Cbelowj display their tech- niques in pole- vaulting. This fine young "dude" fBruce Dawsonj placed fourth in polevaulting competition at District Meet, As you can plainly see, Barry prac- tices until late at night hoping to vault that extra inch, f f I. C. Lowe and Bruce Dawson represented THS in polevaulting competition at District Meet. Right: Richie King and Steve Newman fail to make the pass-over complete. vlwu K F Q as '- t f Q . ' - 45 If f A :,, S+ if , ,e 5 51 I , Managers and Trainers: James Gerald, Broderick Robinson, Bobby Hovel, James Farris, Russell Weaver. W. ,, R Wim 'fE:Hz5 King, mx F I Keith Connell frightj hands off to Char1es,McC1anahan Clefty. Baseball The 1971 Baseball team did well in pre- district play by winning 10 out of 13 games. When district play started, the team could not perform to the best of their ability. As player Glenn Smith puts it, "The team just cou1dn't seem to get it together, " Despite their many losses, they still placed third, Coach Lawrence was a fine coach and stood by the team even when their luck turned bad, The final season record was 14 wins and 11 losses, Although the team's season was not the best, Temple was rep- resented by many fine players, Pitchers ftop rightj Doyle Young, Brandt Glover, Larry Groover, and Albert Garcia, Q' ss,, ,yr INFIELDERS: TOP ROW: Wayne Fulton, Bunkley OUTFIELDERS TOP ROW Carl Frankhn Mike Morris, Debs Mitchell, Charles Chapman, and Jenkins Randy Greenway and Ronnie Venable Glenn Smith. SECOND ROW: Gary Baxely, Baron Porter, Jerry Jones, and Craig Sebek, SECOND ROW Sammy Jones Albert Garcia and David Newsome asa.,..,.f. ., s 14, K, . " if 1 syn, 1 I-me I '- in Q t- f '- .su + , M we Q' V' ' ,-A .refgfiilrags '-fir f,'?'L:"' - '5+'f"l5"l , ., dvi' -" 4, was-i ,!5?'iV,'5W . Nw- We-W' .Ez,a,,, , Kyi v.: z4,f:A,w A W . we-. . N ,HH my "Ft N. .M A ,X 'sm W v-Sim' ' .. ., K, ., N., r ' 'm f J 5 - ,-.,, - Q' JN? w ,, Na,,. ,,, - fn mf.-ia, :: ,wmdb - R- ,A Ai, M t ,, wi. T... . ,i , Q. i 1 if , l b -r I , , 5 ? A -2 Greenway Glides . . . 6"-iv QT -145 -alfa -.Ml Senior Larry Groover certainly had a fine year. Senior Sammy Jones proved himself to be an He not only received the Outstanding Baseball outstanding player by lettering all three years Player Award, but the Steve Hallford Memorial in high school. He was a valuable asset to the Award also. Larry also made All-District at Temple Baseball team. first base. 14 1 Golf TOP ROW, Left to Right: Coach Marcine Cottle, James Bentley, Rod Marshall, Gary Reid, Don Harris, Carlton Wilkes. MIDDLE ROW: Gary Walker, Greg Antunes, Mike Matush, Neil Adams, Randy Ryan, Gary Parsons. BOT- TOM ROW: Gary Baden, David Burke, Mark Guenat, Bill Chandler, Dennis Hobbs, Under the direction of Coach Marcine Cottle, the THS Golf team was able to plough through many tournaments. Mark Guenat fbottom lefty carries out his tee shot, David Burke fmiddlej blasts his way out of a sand trap. Gary Walker fbottom rightj chips on to the green. l , W" .W 3 ,iw If V850-l1f""i A .v 1' 5 , W ,f ,,. , ,M ,Y . E , L, ,IW 'J ,ri A af., w Lia, ' ' 'f-" . V A " ' 5 A ' ' 0 or gk ,'.-. -3, 31 :fs . 5 "' .5--5' Q, 7 '- 3312 f.Z,..-3 v 'M 'visa full L. "-., ?' ff" 94 v' A 5 "1" -rt is . 1. ' - ,NI ' 4' ' ' ,.,, ' C""". M .,, ' fs 'V' " , . I A 4 -. if , ., ,HJ ,Vs 4 After missing this putt to win a coke Neil Adams ftop rightj breaks his S25 putter Onlookers Qbelowj Mike Matous, Rod Mar- shall, Gary Walker, and Dennis Hobbs watch Greg Antunes hole an eighteen foot putt to win the playoff. James Bentley fbottomy pleads with Greg Antunes to replace his divot after the shot. ,- I... law' A . v 'SR 1 Mark Wiese-Hank Gregory won doubles title in Killeen Toumey by defeating teammates Joe Mahler- Ricky Kleypas in finals. Wiese- Gregory also won doubles in Waco Tourney, They reached the finals in the Austin Tourneyg however, they lost to Austin High, In District play Wiese-Gregory again met Mah- ler-Kleypas for the title. Although Wiese-Gregory won the title, Mahler Kleypas defeated the No. 1 teams of Killeen, Cleburne, and Richfield. Joe Mahler won third place in the Austin Tourney. Tennis ""4 f l - 5 s ? 5 --- A ' Cecelia Hallford and Debbie Corsentino worked together in a doubles match, irtthgqgai Joe Mahler, a senior, shows off his superb tennis techniques, K. -k X ' .xx Q4 HY?" x fy g' g - ' ' 2, 1 1 " do 1971 Boys' Tennis team fleft to rightj Joe Mahler, Hank Gregory, Marty Smithson, Charles Sebesta, and Jimmy Ricky Kleypas smashes the ball over Weinblatt, the net. 1 ff. Cs-w.'wo A ' Vi T , K1 Jg A A, 1971 GIRL'S TENNIS TEAM MEMBERS: FIRST R ROW: Allison Chandler, Cynthia Gaby, Margie Church, Kristie Easterwood, Sue Traylor, Rhonda Anderson, SECOND ROW: Nancy Reiger, Deb- bie Corsentino, Cecelia Hallford, Jen Brandes, Jimmy Weinblatt prepares to serve. Mary Baron. Girls' tennis this year was made up of 13 girls, Trophies were hard to come by but tne experi- ence gained in tournament play should make '71 and '72 banner years. Jen Brandes won singles in consolation play in Killeen. Debbie Corsentino and Cecilia Hallford reached finals in the Waco Tourney. Margie Church and Jen Brandes in doubles, and Kristi Easterwood in singles made it to the semi-finals in District, Allison Chandler lost to Richfield in District singles final, To -1 so-' , A sr WVAA F. - 6"-M.de'w K M V 'G-iff Mark Wiese deftly returns his opponent's serve. Jen Brandes and Allison Chandler, 4M J -"""""""f9 Tumblers T TUMBLING TEAM: BACK ROW: Patti Whigham, Debbie Epperson, Pam Machalek, Mary Potter, Carla Mayv- field, Anita Schiller, Dena Casey, Rita Hayes, Janelle Pickett, Susan Nobles, Cynthia Spoonts. MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Marble, Betty Ann Macey, Stacy Jones, Sherry Myers, Susan Ann Moore, Ellen Miller, Cindy Donaldson, Susan Vanicek, FLOOR ROW: Linda Rubac, Becky Miller, Mrs, Linda Gist, Billie Evans, and Nancy Payne. The 1970-'71 officers of the team were Presi- dent, Mary Potterg Managers, Debbie Epper- son and Dena Casey: and Secretary, Pam Machalek, aff? , '21'.ev.' - if ,N 5 N . :VA .+,.1,:35::':,6lt,!A sg I 'J' f 'LLL .fQ,s':.',.Ei4CW H Kfifiss -.S P ft 3 iff' - -L 1' "im 1 1. ,V V13 3,2 7' -,...,. I ', A ' W' 1 ', 2. -. ,, -'jf 521-4 Robert Jackson, Varsity, left, and Charles White, Jr, Varsity, right, were chosen to be the 1971 Tumbling Sweethearts, A A A fer -4 Udo -4 it SOPHOMORE TEAM: TOP ROW: Betty Ann Macey, Stacey Jones, Susan Ann Moore. FLOOR ROW: Ellen Miller, Cindy Donaldson, Nancy Marble, Susan Vanicek, and Sherry Myers. JUNIOR TEAM: TOP ROW: Susan Nobles, Janelle Pickett, Debbie Epperson, FLOOR ROW: Pam Machalek, Rita Hayes, Patti Whig- ham, Anita Schiller, Carla Mayfield, Cynthia Spoonts, Mary Potter, and Dena Casey. SENIOR TEAM: TOP ROW: Becky Miller, Mrs, Gist, FLOOR ROW: Billie Evans, Nancy Payne, and Linda Rubac. Tumbling Coach Mrs. Linda Gist Under the new direction of Mrs. Linda Gist, the Tumblers have worked to boost the spirit of the basketball team by cheering at the games and by performing during halftime at every home game. The Tum- blers also presented a George Washington Spring Festival during Twirp Week, The Tumbling Team consists of sophomores, juniors, and seniors, who have tried out for the team. Twenty-three girls made up the 1970-1971 Tumbling Team. W 54 -1 Girls' Track Y' ' .Q-run ff? A GIRLS' TRACK: TOP ROW: Carol Curtis, Carolyn Hall, Helen Franklin, Sylvia Drobena, Susan White Barbara Williams, Linda Petruy, Debbie Brothers, Nancy Flowers, Deborah Huffman, Frances Freeman BOTTOM ROW: Liz Merrill, Diane Thomas, Susan Carr, Beverly Lavan, Glenda Slider, Susan Popp, Tina Payne. RIGHT: Debbie Brothers fsecond lefty inspects Sherry Myers', Vicki Oliver's, Sylvia Drobena's, Susan Carr's, and Susan White's sturdy arm muscles. BELOW LEFT: 440-Relay Vicki Oliver, Carolyn Hall, Carol Curtis, Helen Franklin. BELOW RIGHT: 440-Dash Sandy Svalberg, Linda Petruy, Beverly Levan, Carol Curtis, i Sandy Svalberg, Vicki Oliver, Sherry Myers 5. L i. Under the fine coaching of Mrs, Mildred Lan caster, the girls' track team won lst in District, 2nd in Regional, and 3rd in State. Eight girls participated in the State meet, The 880 -relay team, composed of Vicki Oliver, Helen Frank- lin, Frances Freeman, and Barbara Williams, placed 2nd with a time of 11,46 seconds. Fran ces Freeman won 3rd in the high jump and 4th in the broad jump. Frances was named as the most valuable player. A ,V Sandra Huffman completes the throwing of the discus. Sandra places 5th in State with a heave of 105' 5 1f2", ' A COACHES AND MANAGERS: TOP ROW: Paul Clinard, Charles McC1anahan, and Ernest Knox. SECOND ROW: Donna Dixon, Sylvia Duckens, and Mildred Lancaster, J, if w 8 Several of the track girls make it happily around the circle. ga 6 Volleyball A TEAM CAPTAINS: Patricia A TEAM: TOP ROW: Sandy Svalberg, Sandy Weaver. Judy Dennis, Prater and Carolyn Hall, Lynn Sammons. BOTTOM ROW: Patricia Prater, Carol Curtis, Delores Pospisil, Carolyn Hall, B TEAM CAPTAINS: Sylvia Stephen and Vicki Paulk, 'dll .J B TEAM: TOP ROW: Margie Evans, Stella Myers, Sylvia Stephen Vicki Paulk, Johnnie Mae Thomas, Linda Petruy. BOTTOM ROW: Susan Popp, Carolyn Mayes, Darla Smith, Rosalind Runyon, C TEAM CAPTAINS: Tina C TEAM: TOP ROW: Rosalind Burton, Ruth Granderson, Elaine Payne and Rggaljhn Burton. Hansen, Gail Brown, Denise Beach, BOTTOM ROW: Brenda Kennedy Susie Stermer, Tina Payne, Patricia Jackson, ual-...- i nn- Mi NN The volleyball team began the season by winning the Mary Hardin-Baylor Tour- nament, Many long hours and hard work enabled the team to end the season with a three-way tie between Temple, Kil- leen, and LeVega. LeVega finally won the title, The Most Valuable Player Award was given to Carolyn Hall, Margie Evans gives the ball a lift over the net while teammate Vickie Paulk watches. BELOW LEFT: Sandy Weaver and Sandy Svalberg anxiously await the outcome of Judy Dennis' smash, BELOW RIGHT: Mrs. Lancaster and Mrs, Mikeska observe Sandy Svalberg spiking the ball. 'nn ..,4" I 7 ' A - nz . 5 fi A f 5 ' A Q 'Q' , iv A sv A ' X 1 sf, S A, L 1 v Xia 'Z I I 5 .gu- , .,- I ' Q .s ' ., .N I 5: e f? sf 'gf 3 4 - ES. S . x ,,..f I Sophomores 60 Gary Akin Victoria Akin Harriet Alcorn James Alexander Marty Alexander Philip Amick Bercha Anderson Deborah Anderson Jennifer Anderson Elmer Atkins Robert Atkins Cathy Autrey Melissa Aycock David Bailey David Baird Crystal Baldwin Sam Barfield Alan Barnes Barry Barnett Rachel Barrett Renira Batchand Gary Baxley Denise Beach Joyce Beale Marcine Bearor Paula Bellomy Mike Benner Kenneth Bennett Thomas Bigham Sophomores Enter Y w ir Richard Mary Beth Kru 3 and Pigskin Competition n.,..'Q ""'IY9 eown :ceive ckets from uphomore rorisors for .gskin Play, Jeannie Bilbrey Larry Binns Mary Black Sara Blackburn Ruby Faye Blackmon Cindy Boland Jerry Bookout Flordia Bowden Beth Boyd Lana Boyls Mary Ann Brading Dianne Bradley Russell Bridges Ronnie Broadus Karen Brooks David Brown Vivian Brown Marla Buffington Beverly Burgess David Burke Royce Burnley Paul Burns Michael Burt Royslin Burton Carol Calhoun Patricia Campbell Frank Capps Wanda Carlton Kim Carver 62 Seniors '73 Maybe? Bruce Cater Elaine Caughlin Sue Cawthon Pam Cawthon Michael Cephus Virginia Cerda Virginia Chaney Curtis Chattam Rosherion Chiles Eddie Chlapek Gregory Christian Marylou Clawson Karl Clayton Susan Cloud Lisa Coates Sheila Cobb Judy Cockrum Larry Cockrum Mike Cockrum Dawn Cole Katherine Cole Linda Cone Larry Cooksey Nelson Cox Charles Crocker Richard 'Crocker Cathy Cummings Kathy Cunningham Wilbert Curtis Nan Daniel Cecil Daniels Craig Davis Tana Davis Virginia Davis John De Lany it av-""' Sophomores '71, for Sure! Janet Dennis Mark cle Vane Joe W. Devers Kevin Dewbre Danny Dillon Cindy Donaldson Jimmy Drake Sylvia Drobena Janie Duarte Yolanda Duarte Roy Duckens Kathi Duncan Ricardo Duron Gary Dye Sandra Dysart Terry Early Gary Easley Kristi Easterwood Mike Effler Lynne Ellis Robin Ellis Donna Ellison Ben Engholm Byron English Daryl Enthrop Margie Evans Rex Falconer James Farris Jon Farrow Melvin Feind Allen Fellabaum Paulette Finley Cathy Fletcher Missie Fletcher Willie Fletcher 64 Sophomores '71 Experience New Janell Fojtasek Patty Fojtasek Marsha Folley Patricia Ford Dick Forrest Richard Foster Guy Fowler Carol Fox Mary Lou Foyt Johnny Fraga r Margie Fraga Debra Franklin Barbara Freeman Kathy Freeman Kathy Frei Cindy Freytag Annamarie Frost David Fuentez Linda Fuchs Paul Fuchs Pam Fulton Wayne Fulton Ronald Gaines Steven Gaines Ernest T-Bass Gamble Jack Gandy Cindy Garcia Connie Garner Norma Georg Darlene Gibson l Gail Gillard Roger Gilleland Ray Gillespie Sherry Gillmeister Dale Gilmore 0 Language Lab Technique Qf'fZ'l7'J Q.: ,K Q .Y l eeiee is Sherry Ann Goeke Dan Golder Janet Goldman Jessie Gonzales Hal Goolsby fir B Janet Graham Ruth Granderson Roger Graves Nan Grear Barbara Green ix, Ml Belinda Green Gregory Gregg Wanetta Grubb David Grygar Mark Guenat xi W, Q I I , Thomas Guerra Brad Hall Carolyn Hall Denise Hallford Stephen Ham A N,,- , ' ,. I- Sophomores on front row Dale Heisch, Mike Harper, and Kim Carver try out language lab at THS. .,,.4P 4- -f I6 66 Sherry Myers helped construct decorations for the Student Council Christmas dance. Frances Harker Michael Harper Dorothy Harris Cindy Hastings Mark Hawkins Sharon Hawkins Roberta Hayes Brian Heffner Dale Heisch Roxanne Hendricks Sandy Hernandez Lissann Hestand Alan Hester Larry Hester Debbie Hicks Pam Hicks Mark Higginbotham Kathy Hill Dennis Hobbs Walter Hochstedler Sophomores Join in Making 3 'Q ian- i w Christmas Decorations Sv-rdf ...nf Vanessa Holleman David Holmes Steve Holston Robin Holton Melody Honeycutt Kathy Houston Margie Howard Sherry Howard James Hubbard Jack Hizddnall lou Hudnall Sue Hune Richard Hurt Edward Hurta Jack Ivey Gene Janicek Barry Jarma Donna Jarosek Tim Jarvis Vanessa Jenkins David Jennings Elline Jimmerson Keith Johnson Alana Johnston Dean Johnston Jerry Jones Stacy Jones Paul Karnowski Debbie Kasberg Janece Keetch Brenda Kellar Mark Kelley Paula Kelley Robbie Kelley David Kelly 7 03 as , U RAMBLER and CQTTQN BLQSSQM photog- Betty Ann Macey places a phone call at noon. rapher, Brantley Wearhers, works in dark- room . 168 Sandy Kelly Brenda Kennedy Susan Keown Robert Kerbow John Kohutek Dorothy Kopriva Beth Krugman Beverly Labaj Johnny Lange Jim Latimer Willie LaVan Tressie Law Susan Lee Mary Lehr Terry Lemmons Larry Lewellen Lori Lewis Patsy Lewis Ricky Lewis Debra Liles Brad Lippe Jannie Little Glenn Lockett Dennis Locklin Anna Long gif lui? Q,f-elif? A M Wk, Sophomores Shine in Assemblies Debbie Louis Ellen Love Melvin Lowe Terry Lucko Susan Lunn Carolyn Lynch Brenda McBride Dianne McClure Linda McCullough Marvin McDaniel Larry McDonald Cathy McGinnis Mark McGinnis Mike McHan Richard Mclnturff Beverly Mclntyre Martha McKee Tommy McNiel Linda McQueen Betty Ann Macey Karen Mahoney Mike Main Carline Malone David Malone Ralph Manning Russell Bridges helped Mr . Bunny Martin perform during a chapel program . 169 70' N. it at ,JF-lr Y -5069 Q-time a y, -or I W- 'P fjgi 5:il3..,,- - J N 4 if Sophomore Closs Officers: Bruce Cater, Presidentg Dawn Cole, Parliamentariang Missie Fletcher, Secretaryg Roxann Ramsey, Reporter Wayne Fulton, Vice-Presidentg and Vicky Williams, Treasurer, Dina Manriquez Nancy Marble 9 Linda Marinik Bill Marsh Charlotte Martin Dale Martin Edward Martin Melinda Martin Thelma Martin Loyce Martinez Mona Matush Angel Mayberry Judy Measels Shirley Melcher Bernadette Mesecke Yggsbgma. N Sophs Participate in School Elections xiat, Sant, Steven Mesecke Craig Miller Ellen Miller Rachal Miller Stanley Miller Bruce Minzenmayer Gwen Mooney Pam Moore Susan Moore Bruce Moreland Edward Hurta, Ray Gillespie, Robert Ferrel, and Kevin Dewbre display a new look in Student Council elections , I if Bunkley Morris Marsha Morris Kathy Moseley Larry Murray Lois Murray Debbie Murrow Sharon Myers Ann Narro Cynthia Neitsch Elick Nejtek 72 Karen Nichols Rod Nicholson Helen Nieto Margaret Oates Kelly Ogle David Olivares Ronald O'Nea1 Cathy Orlandi Warren Oujezdsky Tony Pacatte Hal Pagel Cindy Pagel Judi Pageler Rob Parnell Gary Parsons Larry Patterson Vickie Paulk Tina Payne Lydia Perez Helen Peterson With pencil in hand sophomore, Philip Amick, used time well while studying Shakespeare's Julius Caesar , Some Sophomores Succumb .ai Q- to Serious Studying 'K-45' Clayton Pick John Pleasant Baron Porter Frances Pospisil Michael Posvar Lewis Presley David Punchard John Purifoy Roxann Ramsey Ray Ratliff Bruce Ray Deborah Reeders Terry Reese Jimmy Reeves Gary Reid Pete Resenclez Dora Reyna Albert Rhymes Gloria Rice Rebecca Richardson Barbara Riley Dewayne Risby Diana Roberts Donald Robinson S. B. Robinson Sheila Robinson Judy Rogers Irma Rosas Harold Rowe Bill Rucker Rosalyn Runyon Thurlee Runyon Frances Salas Jacob E. Salisbery Mark Samford Sophomores '71 Marcia Sanders Theresa Schiller Cheryl Schlueter Darrell Scott Benny Seward Sidney Shinkawa Donna Shook Trina Shumake Rebecca Silva Robert Simecek Amy Simpson Carla Simpson Richard Slye Pat Smallwood Darla Smith Denise Larry Pam Pamela Sandra Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith -A" 4-ww 191 Sophomores meet in the gymnasium to receive instructions concerning competitive MI and Miss THS con 74 -,,-.airs f - if mi A r ,Q Tony Pacatte, Cecil Daniels and Connie Garner prepare to serve their medieval English project, 3 Castle Cake- f-Lu Delmer Sneed Becky Snyder Melissa Spears James Spence Patricia Spivey Charlotte Stallings Sharon Stalnecker Peggy Steffek Susie Stermer Greg Stewart Mary Ann Stumph Carol Sudaz Janet Sumrall Beth Sunbury Robert Talasek Lora Talley Rocky Tasse Doyle Taylor Henry Taylor Phyllis Taylor Diane Thomas Johnnie Mae Thomas Sharon Thomas Sheree Thomas Deborah Thompson 17 6 Sophomores Lend Helpmg Hand Jim Thompson Sheri Thompson Sue Traylor Steve Trussell Mike Tubbs Beth Tull Bobby Upshaw Frank Vandyck Mary Vanegas Ronnie Vanicek Susan Vanicek Joe Vargas Peggy Vasek Diana Vasquez Kathy Venable Tommy Vitek Gary Vulgamore Rene Vybiral Ieraldine Wade Randy Walker Standing Mary Lehr tried to cheer Nancy Marble in the wheel- chair. In the back- ground lying down is Mary Foyt. yas Sophomores Susan Moore, Guy Fowler, Gary Baxley, Debbie Hicks, and John De Lany enjoyed talking after PTO refreshments were served on April 2. Q' M M Q - ri 'g . Rh Y 93? f ' xl rr,r LILV "b:' if ,. R735 1" 1 ,N IN I e. 1 rr ls ,r W w has t Q lla yw' Dean Wall Brett Wallace Carol Wann Myra Warren Susan Warren Doug Waskow Rick Waters Brantley Weathers Russell Weaver Stephen West Bobby White Susan White Nehemiah Whitehead Nancy Whitley Katherine Whitt Jeff Whittington Pam Whitworth Mark Wiebelhaus Richard Wigginton Charlotte Wilde Cathy Wilkerson Alice Williams Barbara Williams Gail Williams Vicky Williams 'I77 Dairy Queen Enfices Sophomores Paula Willson Cherry Wilson Tom Wolff Sandy Wunsch Loretta Young Patricia Young Sam Young Debbie Yount Steve Zaragoza Betty Zuehlke 1'5" '0'?"'- . if , fir. .5 gi ff x Lf. 78 Beth Sunbury, Becky Snyder, Susie Stermer, Darla Smith, Vanessa Jenkins, and Sam Baggett relax after school at the D,Q, . Photography and special effects for picture on opposite page are by Earl Nottingham. Pictured is Cathy Orlandi . . 'f' '- X I ffff 'gx xx X N Smili 1 I I Pl? X X Q xi . X ' X V S' ' xxx Q xx X X x 3 3' YW x - 'X X ' ll mxg . xAhA 'Y' 1. K xx f L. Q x U, ' 'L'- X 'A 'um Q 1 . y k N' ' Q. ,.-ag fm f-QR, x 179 ' 4 Q, Q-4 .N 3 Juniors Reason Alexander Marie Anderson Regina Anderson Rhonda Anderson Alfred Arguelles Christy Autrey Andre Avots Gary Baden Judy Baggett Alvin Bailey Doug Bane Susan Banks Gary Barnes Judy Barnes Mary Baron Stephen Bass Marshall Bearor Kathy Beimer Rosalind Benford Kay Benjamin Edwin Bigon Cynthia Billeck Pat Blackburn Janet Blalock Delbert Boehme Pam Bolding Jim Bonnet John Bookout Suzanne Booth Frances Bradford Beth Brady Mollie Bragewitz Mike Bramlett Jen Brandes Alan Brancheau Wanda Brinkmeyer Debbie Brothers Allen Brown, Jr, Gail Brown Debra Bulls Sylvia Butler Cathy Capps Donna Cartwright Debbie Case Dena Casey David Cason Allison Chandler Charles Chapman Marie Chestnut Margie Church Randall Clawson Richard Clearrnan W Wxl, is , 184 HN vu ,f,, ggi. 5" fx hr, .X ' fill 7' if? -mm-gmaqdl '-1 Ai 1 . V' W 751' -W .. , . W 43 w,.,,,,, . M Earl Nottingham, the monster from the deep, doubles as a COTTON BLOSSOM photographer. Bernard Drozd Patricia Dugger Linda Eaks David Eaton Jim Ellison ?""? Pam Engbrock Debbie Epperson Jan Epperson Lanette Fincher Mark Finney Debbie Flanagan Debbie Faye Flanagan Marvin Fojtasek Jan Foust Helen Franklin Elisa Frost Nelton Gamble Joe Garcia Julian Garcia James Gerald .,, ,, IV at V , , A , ,A,, ,FQ -,wgz ' who s l fv,1,, E if ,t if 1, .. " . , ,,,1Q.,g :A' 185 6. Debbie Gideon Brenda Glass Brandt Glover Becky Goad Danny Goates Mark Goldman Jackie Gray Jeff Gray Tim Grear David Green Debbie Green Henry Green Lynda Green Becky Greening Leslie Grygar Paul Guthrie Gary Haddon Carolyn Hall Samuel Hall Cecilia Hallford Elaine Hansen Linda Hanson Gayla Harper Junior Officers Lead Class of '72 'UNH Don Harris Sandra Harris Donna Hertel Patricia Havlik Thomas Hawk Rita Hayes Pam Hejl Emma Hernandez Susie Herring Vicki Hester Joyce Hickey Peggy Hill Mike Hilliard Annette Hinds Phyllis Hinkle Junior Class Officers Junior Class Officers for 1970-71 were Jan Epperson, Reporterg Tinka Stinson, Parlia- mentariang Judy Barnes, Treasurerg Bill Rampy, Presidentg Cindi Plasek, Secretaryg and Charles White, Vice-President. 187 Mark Holland John Holley Patricia Holmes Melvin Hopson Arlene Horton Kirby Houston Phyllis Houston Betty Howard Charles Howard Torn Hubik Debbie Huff Angela Hunt Gary Hurd Susie James Janet Jennings Kathleen Johle Kirby Johnson Pam Johnston Ray Johnston Kathy Jones Jack Jones Judy Jones Phyllis Jones Ronnie Jones Vivian Kattner Vance Kelly Juniors Jive Jubilclnily W if Q Q Enjoying themselves at Immanuel Baptist's coffe4 house are Melvin Hopson and Max Newman sittir in June AN! n the roofg Sharon Warren, Steve Baker, Jan Ep- erson and Jerry Wilson are sitting on the car. rt, Demetra Kennedy Gary Ketterm an Ritchie King Ralph Kohutek Cynthia Krauskopf Holly Kuykendall Patti Lane Mark Lanford Peter Langsjoen Johnny Lastovica Jane Laurens Pam Ledger Brenda Lee James Lee Brenda Lesikar Joy Lesiker Janice Lewis Myra Lindsey Beverly Lloyd James Lockabey Vicki Lueck Pam Machalek Kenny Maddux Mary Main Sonja Malmin Robert Mansfield 9 90 Larry Marble Rebe Marek Joyce Marshall Anne Martt Linda Marx Cecil Massey Jerry Matl Mike Matush Carla Mayfield Doug Maxey Ruth McClaugherty Kenneth McCormick Bennie Kay McDonald Bernice McDonald Pam McEntire Wayne McEntire Rosalie McGuire Iris Mersiovsky Paulette Mesecke Stella Meyers Donald Mihatsch Linda Mills George Mitchell Terry Mitchell Carol Moore David Murray Juniors Participated in Bob Simmons models for art students. Steve Neman Max Newman David Newsome Donna Nicholas Randy Nichols Annette Nicholson Susan Nobles Randy Nolen Earl Nottingham Miles Oakley Sharon Ochs Don Owens Jackie Palmer James Patman Claud Payne Jimmy Peebles Becky Pela Becky Phelps Janelle Pickett Nancy Pierce Valerie Pierre Doro thy Pinkham Cindi Plasek Donna Plumlee Billy Popelka Deloris Pospisil Juniors '71 Mary Potter Marilyn Pricer Carl Priddy Janice Provazek Denise Psencik Louis Purcella Scott Rainey Henry Ramirez Rosemary Ramos Bill Rampy Bill Ramsey Roy Reddehase Nancy Rieger Melba Reyna Teresa Roberson Norma lean Roberts Ronnie Rose David Ross Randy Russell Gus Santos Philip Scanio Anita Schiller Joan Schiller Roy Schiller Mark Schneider Marion Scott Darleen Sebek Glenda Kaye Shelby Molly Sheppard Carol Shenkir Janell Sigut Steve Silverthorne Cheryl Simcik Patrcia Simecek Bob Simmons IX Seniors '72 i. gn" Craig Smith Phyllis Smith Debbie Sodek Delores Soliz Betty Solomon Cynthia Spoonts Wayne Spoonts Frank Sprout Larry Sprout Tinka Stinson Brenda Stoebner Brenda Stone Mary Streater Dianne Suniga Bob Swaim James Talafuse Murphy Talley Alan Taylor Ronald Teague Terry Thomas Wallace Thomas Mike Thompson Debra Tilghman Raymond Toliver Sandra Triplett Paul Trout Stan Troy Thom as Turknett Tom Upshaw Raye Ann Vance Donna Vasta Paul Vaughan Cathy Vitek Jim Votaw Garry Walker Juniors '71 Debbie Wall Leslie Wall Kirk Wallace Sharon Warren Debbie Wasserman Sheila Wear Bill Weekley Alicia Wisener Vicki Whitcomb Charles White Don Whitley Mark Wiese Barbara Wilde Virgil Wilde Carleton Wilkes Mike Williams Jerry Wilson Les Winkler Billy Wiseman Bruce Wood Ben Wright Michael Yarrito Linda Young David Zabcik 'Steve England if Ani' Cindi Plasek distributed programs at All -Region Band and Choir Concert. -t In Memoriam iiywi Karen Whitley June 15, 1953-June 10, 1970 fi Ted Rahe September 2, 1954-January 29, 1971 Karen was a loyal person. She was a friend to some who didn't really have a good friend, She was a beautiful person, and one who is never to be forgotten. She was very helpful and considerate. Carol Moore Karen was a friend who was always there when you needed her. Linda Mills A brief life filled with a search for roses and daffodils and sunshine . . . Warren Kirkpatrick His place on the front row, which was indicative ofhim , is still empty . . , not without good reason , . , Gary D. Smith Ted was a casual student and an avid outdoorsman. He was an active member of St, Mary's Catholic Church, Chisholm Trail Archery Club, and Heart O' Texas Canoe Club, Mrs. Theodore D. Rahe Teddy came to THS at midterm last year '70 and we lost him at midterm this year '71 , The year of our, acquaintance with Teddy was filled with good times and laughter, all of which he shared in his own way with those who loved him. Alicia Wisener Cathy Vitek Mary Baron 96 Seniors I f 198 is 'i 'S I -:' 5 5 M 1' in W f ea Pr S . sq 'Wag B ,550 . fl,-rg, sr..,,., . . ,'f .A1"fi5N1 fx . L , ,ty M. . L., , p , , 1 ,X ' " L P I in Q' , Qi.. fr. 1 Q' xr 5 " . Senior Class officers for 1971 were Patricia Prater, reporter: Glenn Johnson, vice-president, Melissa Heap, secretary, Becky Miller, parliamentariang Gary Garrison, president, fNot pictured is Lisa Wilkes, treasurerj NEAL ADAMS SUZANN RIEFF ADAMS LINDA DARLENE AKIN CATHY ALEXANDE2 DEBBY ALEXANDER JEFF ANDREWS GREG ANTUNES ALICIA ARGUELLES RAEANN ASHLEY GAIL BACHMAYER SHERRY BAGBY CRAIG BAILES THOMAS BAIRD KAY BAKKE DANA BALUSEK DEBBIE BANKS DAVID BARFIELD CAROL BARGANIER HUB BARRETT, IR. SALLY BARTH DEBBIE BEACH T A I T, , .....n-:4.e- f , 200 'WM ful i Melissa Heap and Glenn Johnson, BEST ALL AROUND, gofround. X - GARY BECK DAVID BECKER SUSAN BENDURE BOBBY BENNETT JAMES V. BENTLEY GLENDA BIELS PATTI BINNS ANGELA BISHOP STEVE BOLSINS LINDA BOSWELL CINDY BOWLES DON BOYD IANICE BOYD MATTIE BOYKIN CAROL BRAGG RONNIE BRAVENEC MARY BRIC KER ELMER BROWN, IR. Seniors Swing in the Christmas Scene. 4.i,.a-g...- ISAAC BROWN KENNETH BROWN PATRICIA BURLESON RICHARD BURO DWAIN BURTON SHIRLEY CADDELL KATHRYN CALHOUN IOANNE CAMPAGNA REBECCA CAMPBELL Andre Avots, Jody Donaldson, Roger Sadler and 11m Wann take roles m Arsemc and Old Lace V1ck1 Cole and Paul Shmkawa were chosen as MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MARY HELEN CASTILLEJA ROY CASTILLO, JR, PA ULA CATOE PAT CAUGHLIN DONNA CEPHUS FRANK CHAFFIN DONNA CHAMBERS SUSAN CHAMBERS IODIE CHA NDL HZ 20 MONIC A CHILCOAT PANSY CLAW SON "1'T"'.' CAROL CLEARMAN PAUL CLINARD VICTORIA COLE NANCY COLWELL SUZY COOK STAN CORBITT ,Wi JACKIE CORSENTINO Highlighters supporting Hester's Heroes, senior girls, prepared for halftime activities at the Red Rag football game. FNB . 4 vi,-,, H., .. V ' JI'.Z..1""' :f' .Q 4 QC at . ...K 'L Nw- ' 'W v ami-f vu up 'M H sl Q! -ff'-will wg ,.,: as aa, V 9 Y' Q lim s at 4 E I V V i A - A Q.- 4,.m,a' T.-A-L x F gg .. 1 j. xx Q' ry nk, . 1 -. F -rj ,,:P5f.fi T . . Jkf 1. N5 1 .J : - flfi I W x , I gf-1' ' ss -'-J 4. A ai ., , 1 N 5 . . if N '-. KA. 4 ' , 1 'nr I . . w"' -I - s,':,,,ik. K , 1, . X , I , C ' s 1 XA . . .iN - 'W ,A Qwgjb 'L -V. , ,,,' X I A It v JA M A 0-f .ff ' gf, A 1, 'K S y X V V. - X -F JI K Spa, S , V' 4 ', , - Q 1' Pj 45 ' - r,',' 'vig I , 5.4, 'i',.f1" I N "BEST PERSONALITY" honor went to Sandy Weaver and T X..0gv' af"""" K ommy Harrison. CHERIE COX SUSAN COX IEAN ANN CROCKER BILLYE CULP CAROL CURTIS ANITA DAVIS VEIDA DAVIS DONALEAH DEDRICK IUDY DENNIS 205 206 Chosen as FRIENDLIEST were Lynn Sammons and James Bentley. IZA' PATTI DILL DONNA DIXON Sf 1 IODY DONALDSON LARRY DOUGHTY MONICA DROZD SILVIA DUCKENS LINDA DUKATNIK SHARON DURHAM TOMMY DYE -tv' MIKE EASLEY RICK ELLIOTT MICHAEL ELLISON CARMEN ENGBROCK MIKE ENGLAND BILLIE EVANS HELEN FAICHTINGER TOMMIANN FARRIS LIZA FARROW Seniors Mike Payne, Tommy Harrison, Jesse Wall, Lyman Grant, and Gary Garrison led cheers at the Red Rag football game. Ni Rick Elliot and Debby Alexander were chosen as the BEST DANCERS by rhe Senior Class. RUSTY FERREL MARGARET FITCH ERNIE FLETCHER SLYVIA FLORES NANCY FLOWERS DARRELL FOITASEK DEBBIE FORREST GERRY FOYT RICHARD FREYTAG it Qs 4-f"3iqN YR -ff' is s 5 X Q? 4 A E 5 L, - DEBORAH FUC HS LARRY FULTON MARTIN GARCIA PATRICIA GARCIA GARY GARRISON TERRI GIBSON ALAN GILLESPIE CHARLOTTE GILLIS ROBERT GLASS Cindy Jones, businessl manager, worked under cover on the WILDCAT RAMBLER. Nfgk 210 Alan Gillespie and Rhonda Holley were chosen as the NEATEST boy and girl of the Class of "71. TODD GORDEN LOUISE GIMNDERSON LYMAN GRANT .TIM GRAY RITA GRAYSON LARRY GREGER GARY GREEN KANDY GREEN RANDY GREENWAY TX' 415 HANK GREGORY THOMAS GRIMES LARRY GROOVER PATRICIA GUENAT TERRY HARDWICK NANCY HARPER RONNIE HARPOOL IIM HARRIS I, W, HARRISON Semors hsten to mstructxons for the takmg of then' class picture, 2' 212 in MOST HANDSOME was Gary Garrison and MOST BEAUTIFUL was Judy Dennis TOMMY HARRISON STEVEN HASTINGS LLOYD HAWKINS SHARON HAWKINS EUGENIA HAYNES KERRY HAYNES IENNA HEAD MELISSA HEAP TOMMY HENDRICKS Bgeemwf Seniors Sun on Senior Day JUDY HESS JO ANN HILL BYRON HILLIARD ELLA HILLIARD GARY HODGE RHONDA HOLLEY MBIRY KAY HORNSBY BOBBY HOVEL CINDY HOWELL L , "fb .4 qgnh.. . AQg X 11"-fv - I Fifa? L" N A -- - 'ff'-A ' ,, H ' R U-,yu if 'Q .. , LL 1 S kg has A MWWX N 4 ' Klum - L "WW , ' ,,,. N"""" U7 ,f""'WW'M I A , M , I . , fu ,, ' 5 xf ,,,,,, , faffifh 5,,,,,. U if ff: I ,7 ,Jf. 7 7 Ja XQ' LAAL IC 7 I 'Amin WF Q42 M KL Www N of I . .ig ., W, M, VW 1? J C s ,m ' A on 1 214' L - ,,,, ,YW Aldon Knox and Carol Curtis were chosen as BEST ATHLETES of the Senior Class DONNA HOWELL JAN HUDSON RICK HUNE PATRICIA HUNT BEVERLY JACKSON DEBORAH JAMES IENNES IANSING JOHNNY JAROSEK PATRICIA IENKINS PAULA JETER ALBERTA JIMMERSON WEE JOE DAVID JOHNSON DOUG JOHNSON GLENN JOHNSON IACQUELINE JOHNSON ROBERT JOHNSTON CRAIG JONES CYNTHIA JONES DANNY JONES SAMMY JONES KARL KACJR CAROLYN KEETON DAVID KELLEY 5 6 BONNIE KERLEY MYUNG-SUP KIM DONNA KIMBLE JOANN KLAUS RICK KLEYPAS PATSY KLUSACEK CYNTHIA KNECHT ALDO KNOX DEBBY KNOX ERNEST KNOX KRIS KOEHN SHELIA KOHUTEK PAM KOPRIVA MARY KRUPPA ROBERT KUBAN Nad kan? nur., KY' fiawxia. ji .43 1 JEAN LACY CRAIG LANDRUM MARILYN LANGE MARGARET LARA Q GEOFFRY LARSEN BILLY LASTOVIC A BILLY LAWRENCE JTMMY LEDBETTER MELODY LEDGER Seniors Step to the Music of Texas. DEBBIE LEMMONS SANDRA LENTS REGINA LESTER DEBRA LIPPE EARL LLOYD LYNN LOONEY Peripatetic Pepperetfes Bound Greyhound. 'D ,np 3 K X , .Lg W KX, ,.W. --W r":, 41" Q v W, 1 4. -75 C- 5. ,A J! '. Q. 1-.5 me 1 Roger Sadler and Liza Farrow were chosen as MOST TALENTED, Lf? N-. U -I ,3QPx I PAM LUMPKIN LINDA LYNCH RICHARD LYNN ALAN LYTLE CHARLES MCCLANAHAN DAVID MCDANIEL 9 RAE LYNN MCDONALD MARK MCGINNIS VICKIE MCINTYRE IOHN MCKINNEY IOEL MCLAUGHLIN CAROL MADDUX JANET MADELEY .TOE MAHLER MYRA MALICOAT Pepperette Captains, Angela Bishop and Deborah Fuchs, exchange beauty secrets before boarding Yellow hounds. .. 2: K f nr 5 , .Hsin M vm" aa, W A IOSEPHINE MANRIQUEZ SANDRA MAREK JIMMY MARSH BRENDA MARSHALL ROD MARSHALL KENNETH MARX JOE MATA CATHY MATOUS GAYLON MATOUS LAURIE MAXFIELD REBECCA MAXFIELD LESA MAY SALLY MENDOZA ELIZABETH MERRILL ALLISON MILLER 2 BECKY MILLER IEFF MILLER ELIZABETH MOJICA INA MONTGOMERY VERONICA MORELAND EMMA MORENO IAN MORRIS LEE MURRAY RANDY MYERS TOMMY NEAL GARY NEILL VICKIE OLIVER DEBBIE OWENS JOAN PALLA SANDRA PATEREK 3 "hump 'Q' .-f-"""9l A 17:1 " Craig Sebek and Patricia Prater were chosen as the CUTEST COUPLE by the Senior Class of "71. MIKE PA YNE lv 'nw NANCY PA YNE 1-ry ""'? MELVIN PENNINGTON TIM PENNINGTON 993-D LUPE PEREZ MARIE PERRY CLIFTON PEI' EIS :Rafi PAT PETERSON Yildbf RANDY PHILLEY 2 4 E A I Senior Banquet The 1971 Senior Banquet was held on the SS AMERICA in the Captain's dining room, Seniors Wee Joe, Terri Gibson, fupper rightj, and Denise Vojtas flower rightj entered the ship by crossing the wharf. The ship's captain, Gary Garrison flower lefty, along with the rest of the crew helped to greet passengers, SUSAN POPP SHARON POQUETTE MARILYN POSVAR PATRICIA PRATER STELLA RAMIREZ RICHARD RANKIN BILLY RAY ROBIN RAY WANDA REEDERS DONALD REIMER CAROLYN RILEY 'Q' GL EN ROB ERT S BRODBRICK ROBINSON WILLIE ROBINSON RITA ROBINSON Seniors Awaitecl Seagull Supreme X ,............-.... jl at f ' E 226 R NN-W.. f Y im ,i3,np.LL.Q- .Waals CLASS CLOWN, Lyman Grant, clowns at the carnival. JULIE ROGERS RACHEL ROSAS DARYELL ROSE LINDA RUBAC RANDY RYAN ROGER SADLER LYNN SAMMONS IOY SANSOM MARY SCHILLER J 'Vw 'wb CONNIE SCHLUETER RUSSELL SCHNEIDER LORI SEAY CRAIG SEBEK CHARLES SH3ESTA VICTORIA SERVA NTES BILL SHAKLOVITZ PAT SHENKIR SYLVIA SHEPHERD PAUL SHINKAWA RONNIE SI-IOCKLEY CATHY SIMONTON LYNN SLADOVNIK BRENDA SLADOVNIK GLENDA SLIDER 227 228 CATHERINE SMITH GLENN SMITH JANET SMITH LINDA SMITH ROBERT SMITH MARTY SMITHSON SONIA SNYDER SUSAN SODEK DONNA SOLOMON Senior Assembly 'wtf' VHIA SOTO MIKE SPURLIN MARIORIE STALLINGS DEBBIE STALNECKER MONA STANECEK 5-0- MQAKYW GEIRY STARNES DIANNE STEPHEN DONNA STEWART DOUG STEWART The Senior Assembly Was Fun and Frolic. , - All 1 1 Qi T sssle 9 D el, I .,,5gs x , 'E' isbn. A XL W., M. K , ff -f ---M ,,,,e1ff,:ffLW..4Q,ffAs.,mme'4mm. Ns-ffmwim, --1?....,.,-:1,,,,-,,..N,.,,,! - V mx, W Vl:..f .M I WJ MARGARET STEWART GARY STRACENER JEFF SUNBURY CHUCK SUTHERLAND SANDY SVALBERG FRANCINE TASSE IERRY TAYLOR AN NETT E T EAGUE ANNA THORNAL Ag Seniors Play on Senior Day ff' 'f e,f"i' 4'7"N 13' A J 5 L 4. 6 A VA JOHNNY THOMAS GAYE THOMPSON JUDY THOMPSON SANDRA THOMPSON PAULA TIPPIT CAROL TRAYLOR JAMES VALENTA MARK VALLEY PATRICIA VANDERVEER BARBARA VAN DYCK BRIAN VANICEK DORIS VASICEK AURORA VASQUEZ MICHAEL VAUGHAN RONNIE VENABLE N 231 DANNY VITEK DENISE VCIT AS PAT VRBA TOBY WAHLE ERMA WALKER JESSE WALL JACKIE WALLACE PERRY WALLACE ROBERT WALLACE .HM WANN TERESA WARREN RENEE WEATHERS SANDY WEAVER JUDY WEBB JIMMY WEINBLATT STEPHANIE WELLS CARLTON WHITE CHERYL WHITE V'-vw" 'WW' "" W' ' 234 1 , N if , fx. Og A 'Nik 5 7, 'A g H 1 I xg is x.. Q , Commencement 1971 GARY WHITE MICKEY WHITLOCK DOROTHY WILDE LEONARD WILDE IOSIE WILKERSON DARBY WILLIAMS WANDA WILLIAMS NANCY WILSON RICHARD WILSON K fu TERRI WILSON TWYNETTE WILSON ALMA WOODS DENISE WOOLLEY LINDA WRIGHT JOHN WYCHE On June 4, 1971, the Senior Class of THS received their di- plomas under a blanket of stars. Graduates Beverley Jackson, Shirley Ivey, Patricia Hunt, Rick Hune, Cindy Howell, and Bobby Hovel marched in as memories of the past twelve years raced through their minds. Jeff Andrews fleftj proudly received his diploma from Reginald Evans, Alicia Arguelles, Raeann Ashley, Diane Atkins, and Gail Bachmayer awaited their turns, 235 'eh 236 HOPIE YEPEZ DEBBIE YORK DOYLE YOUNG MARIE YOUNG 4WE'VE ONLY JUST BEGUN We've only just begun to live, The new day promises A wish for luck and we're on our way We've only begun, Before the rising sun we ily, So many roads to choose We start out walking and learn to run And yes we ve just begun Sharing horizons that are new to us Watching the signs along the way Each day will bring a different view to us Working together day to day together And when the evening comes we smile So much of life ahead We ll find .a place where there' room to grow And yes wE'vE1Us'r BEGUN S, Class FIOWCI' Red Rose Colors - white j Q liz: ' Blue ' t. F There may be more beautiful times but this one is ours . I I O . I . I O I D ' s l I 0 5, .v ,f kr 1 A Sw ts , 5 .- 1 1' E- X if L' Q: ' 4 . " ' S 3 Red if ' ' e n I O - ,., . W' VA 4 3 4 Gu 1, ". f H511 , A' X , sw' ,f T I-, A! Y ' i - ' ,, . . V ' :- . 1 H , , . 237 2 In Memoriam Happy memories of Eddie will linger with us always , ., "For my childhood friend hath fallen, the pillar of my trust, The true, the wise, the beautiful, is sleeping in the dust," Lynn Sammons Patricia Prater Ican remember many good things about Eddie. The things Iremember best about him were his many friends, and that he was the type of student that I enjoy having in my class, Billy Streater He shared the feelings we had, The times, though brief and fleeting, are memorable, A grave loss of talent, intel- lect, and potential, Doyle Young Melissa Heap Larry Jones was a young man with extremely high ideals. Because he was always striving to do what he thought was right, he had the respect and admiration of all his teachers and fellow classmates, Larry was the kind of student who makes teaching both a privilege and a pleasure, Mrs. Dorothy Roberts Edward Vaughan January 16, 1953- November 15, 1970 Larry Jones November 1, 1952- August 15, 1970 Richard Jenkins January 28, 1953- August 15, 1970 Joyce Dragoo Bre October 30, 1952- September 10, 1970 In remembrance for we who retain life: "Ye living ones, ye are fools indeed Who do not know the ways of the wind And the unseen forces That govern the processes of life. " I believe that this passage from "Spoon River Anthology, " best expresses my feelings. Doug Stewart We all have hundreds of little remembrances which keep his life before us. In time we will come to accept fully that he is gone away from us, but I think it will be a long time. For a long time when- ever I look out over the orchestra, there will be an extra player with a shiny new bassg a young man who grins up at me because he played the right note. I think we all know that Dickie Jenkins always played the right note. Durward Howard She had the smile of an angel, and the love of a child, Her talents were many, and she used them to her fullest. She always spoke to everyone and tried to please everybody, Such a person will never be forgotten, and her friends will always remember her as "an ideal person, " E Debby Stalnecker I remember Joyce befriending a lonely newcomer to our school, A warm-hearted, sunny girl with an out-going personality, Joyce brightened the lives of all who knew her, " Mrs. Betty Dykeman 9 M-,S 240 .Wm Advertisements The people who luke to help TplNt' IBk ARTCO-BELL CORPORATION Temple, Texas Educational Equipment for Church and School Designs for Growing Minds LA X 7 ll U . - - - . an Qwahmd S3644 3010 General Bruce Drive Temple, Texas 76501 TEMPLE WELDING SUPPLY , luM.A.Nm0N pu lg SIGN al STEEL SERVICE - Qi X XI! CUMPANY ING 2102 W t A D f' ' es Venue - V", Q zoos wm Av-. o 778-3631 r. o. an asv Temple, Texas TEMPLE, TEXAS 7650 STEWART'S f x Paint Wallpaper Glass P Art Supplies Linoleum FEI-IX JARQSEK 118 South 25th W8-7640 Ofnsszzazzzim.,.H:n::1z:004 Temple, Texas 243 Cong ratulations Congratulations Seniors Seniors vETERAN's CAFE Www STURES Open Z4 Hours a Dayg Closed on Monday . Call Us for All Your Tire and Appliance Needs WILFORD and WELDON PITTS 302 W. Adams 773-4538 T V MART ' 'V el lf' M Service Department ,V ' f 'A 'S ' 4 - Ben Tschoerner, Owner-Mgr. ' So. lst St. . ,fell - :V i,l. - N ,,:. ,I VVU. I Phone 7730,-4769 4' 4405 So. General Bruce Dr. RACE'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE - 4906 General Bruce Dr. JERRY D. TYROCH Temple, Texas REALTY Co' HEIRONYMUS PRINTING COMPANY CHEEVES BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE 2108 West Ave. "H" Ph. 773-4464 Temple' Tex- 14 East Avenue A HARRISON LEGAN - Owner 7733317 Congratulations KUYKENDALL MOTOR CMANY enneqx Cadillac Oldsmobile C. E. SUTHERLAND, Mgr. QARAG FRANK VALENTA, Owner , FRANK'S GARAGE 'Q 'K' .Yami 0465! . . . . . . . Automatic Transmissions - Auto Air Conditioning 2... 1207 W' Ave' C Phone PR. 8-3041 Temple' Texas 5 . 4 se.. HALLFORD 8. WOLF AUTO CLINIC - za P F e f 741 No th S th and Adams 1642 33 and West Avenue M 743 North 31st and Adams 54 Scott Boulevard and 57th 2- 1- ,, 'L A -' Dairq tx ' ueen 245 PAYMASTER on MILL co. .m......... .......... ..... Temple, Texas "CHICK" WALKER, District Mgr. 507 South 14th P. O. BOX 911 TEMPIE, TEXAS 76501 'TERRELL GRANITE WORKS Serving Central Texas Over 60 Years WWW? 9le PURE MILK P. O. Box 1097 Phone 773-5889 HAPPY W. SMITH Owner 2914 S. General Bruce Box 281 ALBERT PAGEL The Watch Shop 1200 E. Adams Avenue 817 773-5984 Temple, Texas Official Santa Fe Watch Inspector ELDO JOHNSON CEN-TEX INSURANCE AGENCY SOUT S POSTO ICE BOX 250 8 7 778 26 TEMP E TEX S 7650 O 2 0 STEFKA'S AFFILIATED Foon STORE 720 N. Katy 773-3015 O O O SPECIALTY MUFFLER SHOP Mufflers and Pipes for All Cars 4212 S. Gen. Bruce Dr. PR 346900 E- J- Kelafek, Owner Temple, Texas 519 E. Ad3.I'I'1S PI'1OI1e 46 Temple, Texas 778-2861 D-. we mmzsmis mia-0 iqildfx 55:38-fi f H CLEM MIKESKA'S BAR-B-Q 57th Street at Ave. M Temple, Texas One Block Off Interstate 35 Ph. Area 817 778-5481 "Our customers say it's Texas' finest Bar-B-Q" Specializing in Premium Omaha corn fed beef carefully cooked, served with 'our special sauce, and our own home made sausage served cafeteria style, or take out. We cater any size group, anywhere in Texas. Try us, you'll be glad you did. -nr V I, cs aj ...qu ' 247 Compliments of MONCRIEF-LENOIR MFG. CO. and LIFE-TIME GATE CO. 1110 Industrial Blvd. LOVE'S SALON OF BEA Mildred Love, Owner 2317 South 57th Street Temple, Texas Phone 778-4941 UTY Ample Stocks to Properly Serve You EMPIRE SEED CO. Temple, Texas 109 East Ave. A BEIMER'S JEWELRY PECHAL CABINE T SHOP Also 2018 East Adams China, Crystal, and Sterling Particular People Prefer 10 W. Ave. A. 778-2314 Pechal Products WEST SIDE DRUG 1516 South 31st Street BEACH MOTORS, INC. Telephone 773,-3331 311 East Ave. A Temple, Texas 76501 PERMOCAS T CORP. Temple, Texas KING'S BEAUTY AND BARBER SHOP 713 South 25th Sears S EAR., 248 ROEB UCK AND CO. gf-lu SAMPLER The Dress Shop for on-the-Go Girls 1514 So. 31st St. 778-5152 JEAN MOTEL FOOD MART 2500 South General Bruce Drive 1501 NOFU1 3rd St- Temple, Texas 76501 For Razorcuts, Hairstyling and A11 Your Barber Needs Come to SHELLEY'S BARBER SHOP 2208 South 57th SCHIGUT'S FABRIC SHOP 14 East Central 778-9918 . DUNLOP TIRE SERVICE Congratulatlons Srs' 71 603 south First Phone 773-3114 A. C. McGuire Res. Phone 773-6140 CITY LUMBER COMPANY ' 301 South 1 MAREK DRUGS Phone 773-6801 249 CONGRA TULA TIONS SENIORS WAYNE SHIRLEY PONDEROSA RESTAURANT 0 0 oQa.cQm.x Sum HARRY LANE Is Your Host OF TEMPLE ' 802 N. General Bruce Dr. EX E 778-4411 11- Choice Kansas Beef KCharc:oal Broiledj Served Daily in Botlg Dining Room and Coffee Shop Cpen 6 a.m. till 10 p.rr1. Fashion Apparel for the Entire Family THE BLUE BONNET CAFE Towne 81 Country Shopping Serving the finest food to Mall the finest people for ZZ Temple, Texas years. 250 V 8. M DRUGS China by: Lenox, Wedgwood, Royal Doulton, Poppytrail, Fransiscan Silver by: Wallace, Gorham, Towle, International. Lunt 5:00 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. 7 Days a Week J. C. PITTS, Owner 705 South 25th l Towne and Country Shopping Center J. H. GLASER, Mgr. 2 DECOR SHOP DR Accessories - Gifts - Imports - BOTTLING- CO. Decoratwe Accents 501 West Ave. G Temple, Texas - 425, MRS. GLENNIE RICHARDS 1 Ili' -' 817-778-3931 MEIQLE NOFQMAN COSMETICS Courtesy Demons tration by Appointment 778- 1722 Hazel Mounce, Owner Temple. Texas 1305 W. Adams 0 gx Q 1 ,, LAsTov1cA JEWELERS f 1 1 Radio and TV me msnmv --PePrsn-uPPsn" Sales and Service 'HAT NEVE' LETS YOU DOWN? CxW1eE:"- CJ' - Temple, Texas 76501 Alfred E. Lastovica 211121 alld CCUU'-31 Alfred E. Lastovica, Jr. Phone 773-5772 251 Zalvonrkcz 1202 South 31st Phone 817f778-2786 Temple, Texas 76501 52 U 79 5 IP?-1 ! Fast Service Phones: 778-5223 778-4161 MACHINE SHOP SERVIC E Night Phones: 778-5158 or 939-3695 Ave. M at 51st Temple, Texas TEXAS FIREPROOF STORAGE COMPANY 2502 N. General Bruce Drive Temple, Texas ARTHER CROSS - Manager ALLIED RADIO SHACK Congratulations Srs. 71 FREYTAG FEED and SEED .. A GIBSON'S 2601 Thornton Lane Loop 363 Temple, Texas "You can buy the best for less" 1 M. MSXIFMBBIFS BASKIN-ROBBINS 31 T' f" ICE CREAM STORE ,Li I 4321 South General I 3 Bruce Drive ML Temple, Texas 76501 In call! Phone: Ladies' Dress Sportswear Shoes J 81 B APPLIANCE gl FURNITURE CO. 30 Years Continuous Service 504 N. 3rd Business 773-4148 Temple, Texas Phone 773-2 954 wlLDcAT NEWS STAND L- S- JAMES, JEWEL-ER v Local Santa Fe Watch Inspector 12 East Central Temple. Texas 76501 253 V . OLIVER BROTHERS TRANSM ISSI ONS 6 North Third Temple, Texas 76501 778-4901 Ask THS senior Robert Glass about the Heidelberg Offset behind him and Philip Perez above, he will tell you that it is the only one in this area and can be seen at . . . AMERICAN PRINTING CO. Znd and Ave. A 773-4596 . Finest Quality Printing . Office Supplies and Furniture . Gifts and Specialties . Books and Fine Stationery KABELLA PLUMBING COMPANY BERNARD LENART, Owner CONTRACT I REMODELING O REPAIRS Off. 773-2760 3I4 E. AVENUE A RES, 773-6I26 TEMPLE, TEXAS 7650! DUPLEX PRODUC TS INC . 1 I 514 N. 3rd St. D. L. RUSSELL VIRGINIA RUSSELL Congratulations Sr s. 7 l - THE SHOE BOX I I SIOUX HONEY ASSOCIATION ,Q P. O. Box 846 'XQJ 778-1091 555860 Temple, Texas 3 South Main 54 TEXAS BANK AND TRUST S Third and Barton Temple, Texas Tl1ere's u "one und only' in refreshment, too J!! eomso uuou Aumomv OF wuz cockcou comrmv nv TEMPLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Clothes for Men and Young Men 255 TEMPLE COVER CO. 516 East Adams 778-8369 I E.R. CARPENTER COMPANY and AVENUE GLASS CO. 508 E. Adam1LsR 3-26I2emple, Texas Complete Auto Glass Service Largest Stock in This Area Windshields Installed While You Wait McLANE COMPANY, INC. Grocery Distribution P. O. Box Drawer 927 Temple Industrial Park Area Code 817 778-5585 Temple, Texas 76501 NATIONAL BUILDING CENTERS, INC. Materials, Supplies and Service for the Field of Building and Construction ROBERT L. GREEN Temple, Texas Telephone PR 3-2197 and PR 3-2198 Local Manager P.O. Box 1109 256 Q.. ,- Y xx. ,. ' A '--' 4 l . , for Q c .1 il Proposed Fine Arts Building A Look to the Future at TEIVIPLE JUNIOR COLLEGE "Academic Excellence for 45 years" 257 Since 1895, Graduates and Their Parents Have Been Saying: -- GREElflLX7m's The Number One Voice of Country Music for All of Central Texas . . . . . And Now In STEREO! 9 4-AM 0 1 0-FM 6 3 "The New All-American Sound!" "With The Nashville Flavor" Office Supplies Office Furniture American Printing 1 Information Radio Network In Country Music! With Local News! At 6th on Adams Dial 778- 1313 In Bell County! Serving Central Texas Since 1945 GILLMEISTER ROOFING COMPANY JOHNNIE'S CLEANING Sr TAILORING Skill and Care Beyond Compare 116 South Main THE SHERWIN-VWLLIAMS Co Paint, Wallcovering, LEONARD 4 Art Supplies, Carpet, and and Linoleum EMIL GILLMEISTER 1201 South 57 Ph.: 773-3502 TEMPLE'S TREATS Fruit Baskets for All Occas sions DANIEL BUICK COMPANY Shipped by Scanio 8: Son, Inc. 773-2101 F. H. HOWELL DANIEL HUNDLEY When Better Automobiles Are Built 2625 S- 31st i TemP1evHg:.Xif 206 E. Adams Temple, Texas laik R. Morris iiehe nfl-he Buick-Opel Blocku Shirley Burns Barber sa YOUTH FLETCHER Supreme Lodge of the Slavonic Benevolent Order of the State of Texas SPJST P.O. Box 100 Temple, Texas 7 7 3 - 1 5 7 5 New Home Office - SUPREME LODGE SPJST - Temple, Texas 76501 do XX 2 We 'ofa 'gf J Q: ,I 1 3? A .L ffl V N 1 L A Skye LL 75. .K 1' LEGAL RESERVE FRATERNAL INSURANCE PROTECTION FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY FOR ALL PURPOSES Adult and Juvenile Departments Mortgage Loan Department Organized July 1, 1897 259 ' A Qw CLINIC AND HOSPITAL Temple, Texas Locksmith Gunsmith Rod and Reel Repair TEM PLE SPORTING GOODS d 104 North 27th Recor S H. E. B. Kress Shopping Center Temple, Texas 76501 ATHLETIC -EQUIPMENT DONALD BULLS, Mgr. 817-778-3201 P'O. BOX 3725 778-4711 Ph h b B ADY Otiqiffliesf Tyexi SALES SERVICE 305 West Thompson 778-2141 PAUL BOYD FORD, INC. . ' 45th and Avenue M Q Temple, Texas Hair fashion 5 , ' Phone 778-7546 BOBBIE PAUL. OWNER GARAGE 260 773-2922 Youngstown Center "Complete Automotive Repairs" 1 B-F-W CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. CAPPS GENERATOR 3- STARTER REPAIR MEDICAL ARTS CLINIC Automotive and Indus trial Alternators - Generators - Starters Sales - Service - Repairs 518 North 5th Street Temple, Texas DAVID EANES, M.D. JACK S. WEINBLATT, M.D. can CHARLES B. PRICE, D.D.S. 778-4371 General Medicine and General Dentistry 1723 W. Ave. D WAEKCIW APPLIANCE 8: TV 709 South 25th Phone 778-2794 Temple, Texas EAKES GULF SERVICE South lst and Ave. G 778-9751 262 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED VARIE TY FAIR TEMPIE SIIIIIIIIIS IISSIIIIIIIIIIIII Across From the Post Office exam 2 DIVISION 0F THE SUSQUEHANNA CORP. 4 N A PREMIUM BRAN Manufacturers of Mineral Wool Products Over Three Billion Square Feet Sold Since 1960 P.O. Box 703 - Belton, Texas 76513 ROCK WOOL PLANT LOCATIONS: Belton, Texas, Fontana, Californiag Pueblo, Colorado 263 Ins d TEXAS POWER 8. LIGHT COMPANY CEN-TEX READY-MIX CONCRETE COMPANY BELTON SAND '81 GRAVEL COMPANY '?f FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND I.OAN ASSOCIATION Bell County's Largest Savings Institution Temple, Texas I'1 EZ E iv! Congratulations Sr s . 71 TEMPLE BOWLERAMA 2905 South General Bruce Drive 773-41628 I 265 Cen-Tex Tile BLEVINS LUMBER CO. and Floor CO. 2020 East Adams Avenue Temple, Texas 773-3333 2112 W. Adams P.O. Box 1045 Temple, Texas 76501 H. H. BLEVINS J. P. BLEVINS Phone 778-7161 JOHNNY SODEK nn. E " 1.3:-I kk 1 FIV -, '- . ,' i '? ffjfgh- X Q .0 I, V-f,., ' : , f V, 'mf-,-:A -7----A , , . , , X N N,.4.x,,x,vx . , A f 4-Y fi' ' , , QQX9 ff! ' 1 . 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Worth!Da11as Houston San Antonio TEMPLE POLICE ASSOCIATION LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPLORERS POST 130 SCOTT AND WHITE MOBIL CHEMICAL CCMPANY THFINK j OU CQMWQQA - MARGE s ' , FAS:-noNs www W GH W 7-A6 6a'1'f0f'S We Salute the Seniors of 1971 JOHN'S NEWS STAND Z South Third 773-9022 MABLE WILLIAMS JACK K-ELI-JEY Huh JA . n - - fi 1' .HU or ,- . . A13 5 EN 4, l QW- nl fiaaf ,515-'ao !'fi!igg11E! LIE 51, NEWTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY RLR, Ine. -:Bird Creek Mobile Home Community Mobile Home Sales 1712 N. General Bruce Drive Ph. 817 - 773-9431 5 RICHARDS INSURANCE S?fi15f5YRSfCIi1AARRDSS INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 03 West Avenue G P.O. Box 1045 AC 817-778-1607 Temple, Texas 76501 ........ . . . .... . . . . 70 ELBERT ALDR-ICH, REALTOR H -, YOU .if lunua IG -. .... 1... xg... CEN-TEX CHAIN LINK FENCE COMPANY For Free Estimates Call WALTER PAYSSE, Owner JOHNNIE PAYSSE, As sistant Manager 103 Gene 1 Bruce Drive Ph 778-7019 AMERICAN DESK MANUFACTURING COMPANY Downtown Temple - 110 N. Main For the Best Selection of Quality Fabrics and Sewing Notions American Italian Mexican LA FIESTA RESTAURANT open 'Tu 1 A.M. 514 W. Adams 778-9705 Temple, Texas .1 O m FURNITURE CO. 1404 West Adams Phone 773-3217 Temple, Texas 76501 THE CHARCOAL 8: THE CHUCK WAGUN DAIRY GRILL South General Bruce Drive Temple, Texas 76501 WRIGHT'S' FOOD STORE 3rd and French 'B 8: K PLUMBING Co. 608 S. MAIN -1- Phone: 778-7361 TEMPLE, TEXAS 76501 - PLUMBING REPAIR SERVICE SEWER 81 SINK SERVICE -- BILL BEIMER LYN KLEYPAS 773-5989 773-6922 EL CHA CHO 112 W. French 272 J. M. DYER CO. Temple' s Leading Department Store VERA LEE'S 301 N. 3rd 773-6200 SENIORS '71 T I-ll K FIRST FIRST NATIO AL BA K TEMPLE "' "" Where you iust naturally expect a little extra. FSE 1 N , 1. ff-f., O 1 Wm., Fin Try Temple . . . You Will Be Glad You Did! 27 274 ACEVEDO, BENITO: Speech and Drama Club: NHS: ARSENIC AND OLD LACE: 101 ADAMS, NEAL: NHS: Art Club: Jets: Bio-Chem: Golf Team: FCA: 42, 71, 92, 148, 149, 198 ADAMS, SUZANN: Mankata High School, Minnesota - FHA, Pres.: Sodalit ' Girls Athletic Association y, : Chorus - B: Radio Workshop: Office Girl: Yell Club: 198 AKIN, LINDA Para-Med: FTA: Choir: Pepperettes: French Club: Office Girl: COTTON BLOSSOM: 198 ALEXANDER, CATHY: Student Council- Pe erettes- FTA- Jets- , pp , , , International Club: FHA: Bio-Chem: Para-Med: "Showcase '71": 92,104, 198 ALEXANDER, DEBBY: COTTON BLOSSOM, Ed., Sweetheart: NHS: Student Council: Ke eigtes, Hist,: FHA, Class Sec.: Oflfice Girl: ln- ternational Club: Para-Med: Pep- perettes, Capt.: FTA: Pigskin Play, Crew: 64, 196, 198,208 ANDREWS, JEFF: FTA, Parl. Jr, and Sr.: District: Key Club, Treas. Para-Med: NHS: Latin Club, V- Pres.: 42, 88, 89, 198,235 ANTUNES, GREG: 121, 148, 149 ARGUELLES, ALICIA: Future Home makers of America: 199,235 ASHLEY, RAEANN: Ir. -Sr. Choir: Polyfoniks: Pepperettes, Capt.: Para-Med: International Club: Office Girl: 64, 199,235 ATKINS, DIANE: 235 BACHMAYER, GAIL: VOE: OEA: Art Club: FHA: Para-Med: 199,235 BAGBY, SHERRY: FTA: Bio-Chem: Art Club: Para Med: International Club: 199 BAILES, CRAIG: Football, Soph. , Junior Varsity, Varsity: FCA: 137, 139,199 BAIRD, THOMAS: Football, Soph. "B", Varsity, Richard Jenkins Memorial Award: FCA: Pan-Am: Para-Med: NHS: Who's Who: 46, 131, 132, 138, 199 BAKKE, KAY: Band, Majorette, Jr, and Sr. , UIL Solo and Ensemble: Orchestra: Pan-Am: Bio-Chem: FHA: 60,199 BALUSEK, DANA: 71,199 BANKS, DEBBIE: Choir, So h. , Jr, Sr, : Speech and Drama Club, treas.: One-Act Play, UIL: Pigskin Play: Senior Assembly: Pan-Am: Para-Med: WILDCAT RAMBLER: 98, 102, 199 BARFIELD, DAVID: Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble, All District, All Region: Highlighters: Jets: FFA: Para-Med: NHS: 66, 69, 199 BARGAINER, CAROL: FTA: Pan- Am: Choir, Soph., Jr, -Sr.: Para- Med: COTTON BIDSSOM: 199 BARRETT, PANDORA Senior Index BARTH, SALLY: Latin Club: Choir, Jr, -Sr.: FHA: Para-Med: Pepper- ettes: COTTON BLOSSOM: NHS: FTA: 42, 199 BEACH, DEBBIE: WILDCAT RAM- BLER: Quill and Scroll: Keyettes: NHS: FTA: Pan-Am: FHA: Pepper- ettes: 114, 119 BECK, GARY: German Club: 200 BECKER, GEORGE: 200 BENDURE, SUSAN: Band, Solo and Ensemble: NHS: Bio-Chem: COT- TON BLOSSOM: 200 BENNETT, BOBBY: Football, "A", "B": Track, "A": Pan-Am: FCA: 130, 131, 142,200 BENTLEY, JAMES: Soph. Class V- Pres.: NHS, Pres.: Ke Club: Pan- Am, 2nd V-Pres.: Golyf: Football, Soph.: Basketball, Varsity: Pepper- ette Ideal Boy: FHA Sweetheart: Student Council: FCA: Who's Who: 42, 46, 55, 65, 83, 94, 95,96, 104, 121, 148, 149, 200, 206 BIELS, GLENDA: NHS: FHA: Para- Med: 42, 200 BINNS, PATTI: Future Homemakers of America: OEA: 200 BISHOP, ANGELA: Pepperettes, Capt.: Student Council: FHA, 2nd V-Pres.: Jets, Sweetheart: Office Girl: Pan-Am: Para-Med: FTA: COTTON BLOSSOM: Pigskin Play, Crew: 'Showcase "7l': Keyettes: 64, 83,90,92, 104,200, 220 BOLSINS, STEVE: FFA, Football, yagsiry, "B": FCA: 131,132, 0 BOSWELL, LINDA: Bio-Chem: FHA: FTA: COTTON BDOSSOM: Ir. 'Sr. Mixed Choir: 201 BOWLES, CINDY: David W. Carter High, Dallas - Calicos: Y-teens: Latin Club: Temple - Jr. -Sr, Mixed Choir: Sec, -Treas.: NHS: German Club: Office Girl: 42, 44, '72, 201 BOYD, DON: Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble: Highlighters: Orchestra: Kecy Club: German Club: Speech an Drama Club: Pi skin Play: 'Showcase '71': 6738, 101,201 BOYD, JANICE: Student Council: Pan-Am: FTA: FHA: VOE, Pres.: Volleyball: OEA: 112,201 BOYKIN, MATTIE: Office Girl: In- ternational Club: Chess Club: Jr, - Sr. Choir: UIL Typin : FTA: Stu- dent Council: Who's Fino: 46, 73, 104, 118, 196,201 BRAGG, CAROL: Band: Jets, Rep.: NHS: Student Council: Pan-Am: COTTON BIDSSOM: Who's Who: 42, 46, 92, 104,201 BRAVENEC, RONNIE: Band, V-Pres. , All District, All-Region, Area Can- didate, UIL Solo and Ensemble: Pan-Am: Bio-Chem: Jets: 'Show' case "71': Key Club: NHS: Chess Club: Who's Who: 46, 61, 42, 88,92, 119, 201 BRICKER, MARY: Future Home- makers of America: VOE-OEA: Pan-Am: 133,201 BROWN, CECIL: l31,132,136, 142 BROWN, ELMER: Band, Choir: 201 BROWN, KENNETH: 202 BROWN, ISSAC: Basketball, Var- sity: 2nd Team All-District: Tum- blers' Sweetheart: Track: Varsity: FCA: 42, 55, 122,125,202 BURLESON, PATRICIA: FHA: FTA: Pan-Am: Office Girl: 202 BURO, RICHARD: Orchestra, UIL Solo and Ensemble, All-Region, Mtgr.: NHS: WILDCAT RAMBLER: O ice Assistant: Pan-Am, Group Leader: Chess Club: Soph. Scholar- ship Jacket: Quill and Scroll: Challenge '71: Who's Who: 46, 68, 94, 196, 02 BURT, MARK: 114, 161 BUR'I'ON, DWAIN: Football, "A", "B": Choir, Soph., Jr, -Sr. Mixed: FCA: 202 CADDELL, SHIRLEY: NHS: Para- Med: Pan-Am, Sec., Hist.: COT- TON BLOSSOM, FHA: Keyettes: WILDCAT RAMBLER: Quill and Scroll: Office Girl: 42, 90,96,202 CALDWELL, IANICE: '72 CALHOUN, KATHRYN: Pepperettes: Pan-Am: FTA: Jr, -Sr, Mixed Choir: 202 CAMPAGNA, JOANNE: COTTON BIDSSOM: Library hel er: Inter- national Club: Art Club: 202 CAMPBELL, BECKY: FHA: Girls' Track: German Club: Orchestra, UIL Solo and Ensemble: Speech Club: Pigskin Play: 69,20 CASTILLEIA, MARY: Pan-Am: VOE: 203 CASTILIO, ROY: Football, Varsity, Soph., "B": Track: Pan-Am: FCA: 203 CATOE, PAULA: Pepperettes: FHA: FTA: Pan-Am: Para-Med: OEA:203 CAUGHLIN, CHARLES: Speech Club: Para-Med: Pan-Am: OEA: 203 CEPHUS, DONNA: Para-Med: FHA: Pan-Am: 203 CHAFFIN, FRANK: German Club: NHS: WILDCAT RAMBLER: Para- Med, Rep, : 203 CHAMBERS, DONNA: 95,202,203 CHAMBERS, SUSAN: FTA: Para- Med: Pan-Am: Bio-Chem: COTTON BLOSSOM: 203 CHANDLER, JODIE: Speech and Drama Club: Pan-Am: FHA: 203 CHILCOAT, MONICA: Jets: Inter- national Club: NHS: Chess Club: German Club: Band: 42, 92, 204 CHLAPEK, RODNEY: 78 CLAWSON, PANSY: Choir, Soph. , II. -Sr. Mixed: FHA: FTA: Pepper- ettes: 'Showcase '71': 44,204 CLEARMAN, CAROLE: Bartlett - Class Sec. : Class Favorite: Band, Majorette: FHA: Homecoming Duchess: Temple - FHA, Corres- ponding Sec. : International Club: NHS: 82, 83.204 CLINARD, PAUL: Football, Varsity, "B", Soph.: Pan-Am: FCA: Girls' Track Mgr.: 130, 132, 155, 204, 267 COCO, ELAINE COLE, VICTORIA: Pepperettes, NHS: Challenge Team: Pan-Am: 42,203,204 COLWELL, NANCY: Choir, Soph., Most Outstanding, Jr, -Sr, Mixed, Ass't Accompanist, Alto Section Leader, Lib.: Polyfonics, Accom- panist: 'Showcase '71': Pan-Am: 42, 73, 76, 204, CONNELL, PHILLIPQ 184 CORBITT, STAN: 204 CORSENTINO, JACKIE: Pepperettes: Girls' Track, COTTON BLOSSOM: Student Council: Para-Med: FTA: Pan-Am: FHA: Office Girl: 104,204, 241,252 COWAN, BRUCE COX, CHERIE: Band, Lib. . UIL Solo and Ensemble: Orchestra, Lib, VOE: OEA: FTA: FHA: 62,68, 69, 71,205 COX, SUSAN: Band, Lib., UIL Solo and Ensemble: Para-Med: Pan- Am: FHA: Office Girl: Showcase '71', makeup crew: 205 CROCKER, JEAN ANN: Mount Ver- non, Virginia - FTA: Art Club: Library helper: 205 CULP, BILLYE: VOE: OEA: Latin Club: FTA: Library helper: 205 CURTIS, CAROL: FHA: FTA: Pan- Am, Rep.: Student Council, Treas. Cheerleader, Soph.: Track, State: Volleyball, Sweetheart: Temple's Miss Flame: THS, Spark: Home- coming5Princess: Band: Who's Who: 46, 53, 5, 105, 154, 156, 205,214 DAVIS, ANITA: Band, Majorette: Para-Med: UIL Typing: French Club: ,VOE, Sweetheart: Office Girl Wh0'S Who: 46,60, 112,205 DAVIS, EDDIE DAVIS, VERDA: Pan-Am, group leader: FHA: FTA: Track: Para- Med: 205 DEDRICK, DONALEAH: Jr. -Sr. Mixed Choir: International Club: FHA: Track: Para-Med: VOE: 'Show- case '71': 205 DENNIS, JUDY: Cheerleader, Jr., Sr, : Student Council: Volleyball: COTTON BIDSSOM: Para-Med: Pan-Am: Fl-IA: Office Girl: Who's 37150: 47, 51, 156,157,104, 205, 241, 5 DILL, PATTI: DE: FHA: 178,206 DIXON, DONNA: Band: UIL Solo and Ensemble: Student Council: Track: COTTON BLOSSOM: VICA, Sweetheart: Pan-Am: FTA: 'Show- case '71': Para-Med: 104,155,206 DIXON. FRANCES: 42 DONALDSON, IODY: Band, Record- ing engineer, UIL Solo and Ensem- ble: Stage Crew, technical director NHS: Speech and Drama Club: Pan-' Am: Football and Basketball Statis- tician: WILDCAT RAMBLER, sports editor: Quill and Scroll: Pigskin Play: Who's Who: 47, 101, 114,202, 206 DOUGHTY, LARRY: Football., Var- v sity: Track, "A": FCA: Student Council: Key Club: 42, 130, 133, 137,206 DROZD, MONICA: Pan-Am: FHA: Art Club: 206 DUCKENS, SILVIA: Intemational Club: FHA, 4th V. Pres.: Girls' Track: Band: Library helper: 82, 83, 155,206 DUKATNIK, LINDA: FTA: French Club: Para-Med: FHA, Sec.: COT' g'Q3N BLOSSOM: Pigskin Play: 82, 83, 0 DURHAM, SHARON: FHA: Band, UIL Ensemble: Pan-Am: 206 DUSEK, GUNTHER DYE, TOMMY: 206 EASLEY, MIKE: French Club, V- Pres.: Para-Med: Pan-Am: Jr. -Sr, Mixed Choir: Chess Club: FFA: 207 ELLIOTT, RICK: Student Council: Key Club, 2nd' V-Pres.: FTA: Para- Med: Pan-Am: Band, All-District, UIL Solo and Ensemble: Jets, V- Pres.: NHS: 55, 92, 104, 207, 208 ELLISON, MICHAEL: Bio-Chem: Para-Med: DE Club: Track: 78,207 ENGBROCK, CARMEN: FHA: NHS: Pan-Am: Jets: Pepperettes: FTA: National Merit Letter of Commen- dation: 92, 207- ENGLAND, MIKE: Football, Mgir.: FCA: Track Mgr.: Para-Med: 1 1, 134, 140, 207 EVANS, BILLIE: Tumbling: Basket- ball Sweetheart: FHA: Girls' Track: 129, 159, 207 FAICHTINGER, HELEN: FHA: 207 FARR, ROBERT FARRIS, TOMMIANN: French Club: Bio-Chem: FTA: Para-Med: COT- TON BDOSSOM: Ir. -Sr. Mixed Choir: Pigskin Comedy Hour: 207 FARROW, LIZA: Choir, Jr, -Sr. Mixed, Sweetheart, All-Region, All-State, Polyfoniks: Pepperettes, Head Captain: Junior Scholastic Jacket: National Merit Semifinalist: Homecomin Princess: German Club, Sweerieart, V-Pres.: Pigskin Play: NHS: FTA: 'Showcase '71': Who's Who: 39, 47, 64, 65, 72, 73, 55, 101, 118, 207, 219 FERREL, RUSTY: Auto-Mechanics: Latin Club: FFA: Pan-Am: Inter- national Club: 208 FIELDS. MIKE FITCH, MARGARET: Orchestra, All- Region, UIL, Sec, -Treas.: Speech an Drama Club: NHS: FTA: Who's Who: Para-Med: FHA: Pigskin Play Crew: Girls' Debate UIL: Interna- tional Club: 47, 68, 69, 208 FLETCHER, ERNIE: Student Council: Key Club: NHS: Pan-Am: Band, State Solo and Ensemble: 88, 104,208 FLORES, SYLVIA: Pan-Am: FHA: French Club: 208 FIDWERS, NANCY: Track: Band: Para-Med: 151,208 FOJTASEK, DARRELL: Band: Pan- Am: Para-Med: 208 FORREST, DEBORAH: Jets: FHA: Chess Club: Volleyball, "B": UIL, Slide rule: Bio-Chem: 45,92,208 FOYT, GERRY: Para-Med: Bio- Chem: Ready Writers: 71, 208 FREYTAG, RICHARD: 208 FUCHS, DEBORAH: Choir, Jr. -Sr. , Accompartist, Hist.: Polyfoniks: FHA, pianist: Para-Med: FTA: NHS: Student Council: 'Showcase '71', crew: Pigskin Play: Latin Club: Pepperettes, Capt.: Key Club Sweetheart: VICA Sweetheart: Who's Who: 42, 47, 64, 65, 73, 77, 83, 89, 119, 209, 220 FULTON, LARRY: Choir, Soph. , Jr. -Sr. Mixed: Track: FCA: 209 GAINES, ROBERT GARCIA, MARTIN: 209 GARCIA, MARY GARCIA, PATRICIA: Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble: NHS: FHA: 209 GARRISON, GARY: Senior Class Pres.: Varsity Football, Tri-Capt.: FTA, Pres.: Para-Med, Pres.: Lat- in Club, Pres. :.NI-IS: Student Council: FCA, Sec. -Treas.: Junior Class V-Pres.: FHA Sweetheart: Key Club: Who's Who: 42, 43, 47, 83, 88, 97,104, 120, 130,133, 197, 198,207,209,212,224 GIBSON, TERRI: Student Council: Pan-Am, Pres. , Sweetheart: Para- Med: FTA: FHA: Pepperettes: COT- TON BDOSSOM: Pigskin Play, Crew: 96, 104, 209, 224 GILLESPIE, ALAN: Band, Asst, Drum Major, UIL Solo and Ensem- ble, Student Conductor: Pigskin Play, cast: Highlighters: NHS: Speech and Drama Club: German Club: Bio-Chem: Para-Med: Who's Who: 47, 67, 55, 61,209,210 GILLILAND, MARK GILLIS, CHARLOTTE: VOE: OEA: Library Helper: 209 GLASS, ROBERT: DE, Pres.: Para- Med: Choir: FCA: Track: Pan-Am: 78,209,254 GORDON, TODD: Band, All-Dis- trict, All-Region, Drum Major, UIL Solo and Ensemble, Student Conductor: Highlighters: NHS: Ger- man Club: Scholarship Jacket, Jr.: CTC, TJC, and Baylor Science Fairs: Who's Who: 47. GRANDERSON, LOUISE: FHA: FTA: Para-Med: Girls' Track: Library Helper: 83,210 GRANT, LYMAN: Para-Med: Latin Club, Hist.: Jets: Pigskin Play, Crew: International Club: 207, 210, 226 GRAY, JIMMY: Varsity Football Mgr. , J, V. Football: I. V. Track: Band: FCA: 131,140,210 GRAYSON, RITA: Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble: FHA: Bio-Chem: Pan-Am: 82.210 GREEN, KANDY: FHA: FTA: Pan- Am: Speech and Drama Club: 210 GREEN: GARY: Basketball, Varsity: FCA: Honorable Mention, All-Dis- trict in Basketball: Pan-Am: 121, 123, 126,210 GREENWAY, RANDY: Football, Varsity, Best Defensive Lineman: Baseball, Varsity: Band: FCA: 130, 132, 133, 138, 146,147,210 GREGER, LARRY: Pan-Am: Para- 27 276 Med: FTA: 'Showcase '7l': Speech and Drama Club: 210 GREGORY, HANK: Band: FCA: Pan- ISH: Tennis, District Winner: 150 GRESHAM, RICHARD: 110,111 GRIMES, THOMAS: 211 GRIMSLEY, TRAVIS GRINIE, JUANITA GROOVER, LARRY: Richfield High - Football, "B": Baseball, "A": Temple - Football, "A": Baseball, "A": FCA: FTA: Jets: Para-Med: l30,133,147,211 GUENAT, PATRICIA: Pan-Am: FHA: NHS: Pepperettes: 211 GUY, ROOSIE HABERER, JOE HANSEN, ALBERT HARDWICK, TERRY: Pan-Am: Para- Med: FFA: 211 HARPER, NANCY: FHA: OEA: Latin Club: Library Helper: Para-Med: 211 HARPOOL, RONNIE: Jets: Band: 211 HARRIS, JIM: Golf Team: Tennis Team: FCA: Pan-Am: Para-Med: Bio-Chem: Jets: Library Helper: Chess Club: UIL Slide rule: 45, 71, 92,211 HARRISON, I. W,: 211 HARRISON, TOMMY: Key Club, Pres.: FCA, V-Pres.: NHS Parl,: Football, Varsity, Tri-Capt.: Stu- dent Council: Para-Med: FTA: Pan- Am: Who's Who: 88, 89,94, 104, 120, 130, 132, 133, 138, 147, 205, 207,212 HART, ROBERT HASTINGS, STEVEN: Band, Most Spirited, Student Conductor, UIL Solo and Ensemble: Highlighters: Orchestra: Central Texas Symphony: Pan-Am: Key Club: Speech and Drama Club: Chess Club: Pigskin Play: 'Showcase '71': Who's Who: 48. 65, 66, 69. 88, 101,212 HAWKINS, SHARON: FHA: Pepper- ettes: FTA: Para-Med: 212 HAWKINS, LLOYD: 78,212 HAYNES, EUGENIA: FHA: Pan-Am, Group Leader: Art Club:'Keyettes: Sai?-Med: Pepperettes: FTA: 90, HAYNES, KERRY: 212 HEAD, JENNA: Pepperettes, Capt.: Student Council: Jets, Sec.: FHA: Pan-Am, group leader: Volleyball: NHS: Ke Club District Sweetheart: 64, 82, 2I,2 HEAP, MELISSA: Student Council: Class Favorite, Jr., Sr. : Miss Flame: Class Sec.. Soph., Jr., Sr.: FHA, Pres.. Miss Spirit: FTA, Treas.: Homecoming Princess: Pepperettes, Capt. , Best all-around: Para-Med, l-list. :,Keyettes: Who's Who: 48, 52, 53, 55, 57, 64, 65, 83, 90, 97, 198, 200, 212 HENDRICKS, TOMMY: DE: FCA: Chess Club: Para-Med: Jets: FTA: 212 HENKE, DIKIE:'267 HERNANDEZ, JANIE HERNANDEZ, JUAN HESS, JUDY: FHA: 213 HESTER, TIM HIGHTOWER, CYNTHIA HILL, Jo ANN: FTA: Band, UIL: Pan-Am: Office Girl: Para-Med: 213 HILLIARD, BYRON: Jets: FCA: DE, V-Pres.: Baseball: 78,213 HILLIARD, ELLA: JY. "SL Mixed Choir, UIL: DE: Showcase '71: Li- brary helper: 78,213 HODGE, GARY: VICA: Band: FCA: Track: 110,213 HOLLEY, Rl-IONDA GAIL: Fi-IA: COTTON BLOSSOM: Band, UIL Contest: Pan-Am: Who's Who: 48, 210,213 HOPPOCK, PAMELA HORNSBY, MERRY KAY: FTA: Pan- Am: FHA, pianist: Track, Sweet- heart: Speech and Drama: 83,213 HOVEL, BOBBY: Football, Mgr.: Track, Mgr, : Key Club: FCA: 88, 131, 135, 40, 142,213,235 HOWELL, CINDY: Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble: FTA: Jets: NHS: COTTON BLOSSOM: Pigskin Play, Crew: Office Girl: French Club: 92, 213,235 HOWELL, DONNA: Band: Office Girl: Tutor: Pan-Am: 214 HUDSON, JAN: 214 HUNE, RICK: Edmonds High School- Folk and Rock Club: Creative Writ- ing: Future Architects of America: Varsity Football: Temple - FTA: 214, 235 HUNT, PATRICIA: DE: Para-Med: 178,214 IVEY, SHIRLEY: 235 JACKSON, BEVERLY: FHA: Para- Med: 214,235 JACKSON., ROBERT: 122, 126 JAMES, DEBORAH: International glib: COTTON BLOSSOM: FHA: JANSING, JENNES: FHA: 214 JAROSEK, JOHNNY: 214 JENKINS, LARRY JENKINS, PATRICIA: FTA: NHS: Band: International Club: 44,214 JETER, PAULA: Choir, Jr, -Sr. Mixed, ,Choir Council, As, Section Leader, All-Region, All-State, UIL Solo and Ensem le: Polyfoniks: Pig- skin Pray: 42, 73, 76,215 JIMMERSON, ALBERTA: FHA: Pan- QE: Para-Med: Student Council: JOE, WEE: NHS, Treas.: Key Club: FTA: FCA, Bulletin Chair.: Foot- ball, "A", "B": Student Council: 94,104, 131,135,215, 224 JOHNSON, DAVID: 71,215 JOHNSON, DEBBY JOHNSON, DOUG: Football, Soph. , "B", Varsity: FCA: Para-Med: Key Club: Student Council: Who's Who: 48, 130, 134, 215 JOHNSON, GLENN: MI. THS: Mr. Spirit: Pres. , Soph, and Jr, Classes: V-Pres. Sr. Class: Student Council, Pres.: Band, All-State, UIL Solo and Ensemble: Orchestra: Highlight- . Q t ers, FHA,Ideal Boy, Key Clu , L . GOV.: Pan-Am, lst V-Pres.: Senior Class Favorite: Who's Who: 42, 60, 62, 65, 67, 69, 52, 54, 57, 83, 96, 105, 137, 198,200, 215 JOHNSON, JACQUELINE: Mann- heim American High - Student Council: GAA: SURE Club: Volle - ball: Basketball: First Aid Club: 2y15 JOHNSTON, ROBERT: Dimmitt High - FFA: Football, Varsity: D Club: Temple - Football, Jr. V.: FFA: 130, 135,215 JONES, CRAIG: Football, So h. "B", and Varsity: FCA: Track: Para- Med: Student Council: Most Con- scientious Football Player: 130, 135, 138,215 JONES, CYNTHIA: Para-Med: FTA: WILDCAT RAMBLER. Adv. Mgr. , Rep.: FHA, Rep.: Class Sec.: Pig- skin Play: Bio-Chem, Crew: Bio- Chem: NHS: Quill and Scroll: 82, 83, 114,209, 215 JONES, DANNY: Latin Club: FFA: Pan-Am: 215 JONES, SAMMY: Football, Soph. "B", Varsity: Baseball, Varsity: FCA: 131, 135, 146, 147,215 KACIR, KARL: Band: Para-Med: FTA: Pan-Am: 215 KEETON, CAROLYN: VOE: OEA: FHA: FTA: 215 KELLEY, DAVID: Speech and Drama Club: Pan-Am: 215 KERLEY, BONNIE: FHA: VOE: OEA, Treas.: 216 KIM, MYUNG-SUP: NHS, V-Press: International Club, Treas.: Chess Club: WILDCAT RAMBLER: Who's Who: 87,94, 216 KIMBLE, DONNA: FHA: WILDCAT RAMBLER: Para-Med: Art Club: 216 KING, SHEILA: Pepperettes: FHA: FTA: Choir: NHS. KISSINGER, SARA KLAUS, IO ANN: VICA, Sec.: Para-Med: FHA: Girls' Choir: Li- brary Helper: Office Girl: 110,216 KLEYPAS, RICHARD: FTA: FCA: Tennis, Varsity, Finalist in District: VICA: Jets: 26.150 KLUSACEK, PATSY: FHA: Bio- Chem: 'DE Club: 78,216 KNECHT, CYNTHIA: FHA: Pan- Am: Para-Med: VOE: 216 KNOX, ALDO: Football, "A", "B":' FCA: FTA: Track: Keystone Club: Ch0iI. Jr. -Sr. Mixed: Who's Who: 128, 131, 135, 142, 143, 214,216 KNOX, DEBBY: Para-Med: FTA: Fl-IA: OEA: Pan-Am: 113,216 KNOX, ERNEST: Football, "A", "B", Most Valuable Player, All- District lst Team, All-Centex lst Team: Track, Most Outstanding: Choir: FTA: Basketball: FCA: Who's Who: 48,131,135, 138, 142,155,216 KOEHN, KRIS: Band, Office Sec, , UIL Solo and Ensemble: Girls' Track: Pan-Am: FTA: Para-Med: SIESTTON BLOSSOM: 'Showcase "71': KOHUTEK, SHEILA: Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble, Majorette, Rep. -Hist.: Pan-Am: FTA: Jets: NHS, 61,92,216 KOPRIVA, PAM, Pan-Am, Speech and Drama Club, Para-Med, UIL One-Act Play, Crew, Pigskin Play, Crew, WILDCAT RAMBLER: business mgr., Pepperettes, Quill and Scroll, 58, 102,108, 114,216 KRUPPA, MARY ANN, Para-Med, FHA, Pan-Am, 216 KUBAN, ROBERT, Football, Soph. ' B", "A", FTA, Student Council, FCA, Pan-Am, Baseball, "B", Para- Med, 104, 130,135,216 LACY, JEAN, New York - Gymnas- tics, Volleyball, Future Nurses, Temple - VOE, OEA, 217 LANDRUM, CRAIG, Choir, A11- Region, All-State finalist, UIL S0 0, Chex Club, NHS, UIL, Spell- ing, Para-Med, Pan-Am, Speech and Drama Club, Tennis, Bio-Chem, 119,217 LANGE, MARILYN, Rosebud High - FHA, UIL, Prose Reading, Spanish Club, Temple - VOE, OEA, 217 LARA, MARGARET, 217 LARSEN, GEOFFRY, Latin Club, NHS, International Club, Chess Club, Choir, Soph. , Jr-Sr. Mixed, 217 LARSEN, JAMES LASTOVICA, BILLY, Football, Soph. "B", "A", FCA, V-Pres., Student Council, Key Club, Baseball, "B", Class Favorite. Soph., Pan-Am, 130, 136, 217 LAWRENCE, BILLY LEDBETTER, JAMES, Para-Med, DE Club: 78,217 LEDGER, MELODY: DE Club, 78, 217 LEMMONS, DEBBIE, Choir, Soph. , GiI1s', Jr, -Sr. Mixed, FHA, 218 LENTS, SANDRA, Para-Med, Speech and Drama Club, UIL Salo and En- semble, Band, Lib., Jr. Class Parl., COTTON BLOSSOM, Student Coun- cil, 218 LESTER, DAWN, 218 LIPPE, DEBRA, FHA, OEA, 218 LLOYD, EARL, Choir, Soph., Jr, - Sr. Mixed, Debate Team, Track, nBu' uAn: LOONEY, LYNN, Who's Who, 48, 218 LOVE, JAMES LUMPKIN, PAM, Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble, Choir, Jr. -Sr. Mixed, Polyfoniks, Para-Med, Volleyball, "B", Mgr., Bio-Chem, 76,219 LYNCH, LINDA, NHS, Pepperettes, Pan-Arn, FTA, 219 LYNN, RICHARD, Band, Jets, 219 LYTLE, ALAN, 219 MCCLANAHAN, CHARLES, Student Council, FTA, FCA, Varsity Foot- ball, Varsity Track, Who's Who, 130, 136, 137, 142, 143, 145, 155, 219, MCSDANIEL, DAVID, 92, 130, 136, 21 MCDONALD, RAE LYNN, Speech and Drama Club, Treas. , V-Pres., UIL Extemppraneous Speaking, State, Pigs 'n Play, Make-up Crew head, Girls' State, Keyettes, FTA, Para-Med, Pan-Am, Who's Who, 49,90,98,99,220 MoGINNIS, MARK, Band, Hi h- lighters, Latin Club, 67, 169,220 McINTYRE, VICKIE, FHA, Speech and Drama Club, 82,220 McKINNEY, JOHN, Pan-Am, Para- Med, Bio-Chem, WILDCAT RAM- BLER, Re ,, 220 MCLAIIGIIILIN, JQEL: Band, All- District, NHS, Highlighters, Inter- national Club, Para-Med, Bio- Chem, Jets, Chess Club, 67,92,220 MADDUX, CAROL, Para-Med, Bio- Chem, FHA, 220 MADELEY, JANET: 220 MAI-ILER, JOE, Tennis Team, Dis- trict, Art Club, FCA, Golf Team, Para-Med, Jets, 92, 150,220 MALICOAT, MYRA, FHA: 220 MALINA, JAMES, 78 MANRIQUEZ, JOSEPHINE: FHA: Pan-Am, DE Club, 78,221 MAREK, SANDRA, FHA, Bio-Chem, Art Club, 221 MARSH, JIMMY, Orchestra, All- Region, UIL Solo and Ensemble, 'Showcase '71', NHS, Speech and Drama Club, 69,221 MARSHALL, BRENDA, Pan-Am,, I Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble, Bio- Chem, Para-Med, 'Showcase '71' Crew, 221 MARSHALL, ROD, Pan-Am, Para- Med, FCA, Golf: 148, 149,221 MARTIN, HENRY MARX, KENNETH, Orchestra, 69, 221 MATA, JOE, NHS, 221 MATOUS, CATHY, COTTON BLOSSOM, Ed., French Club, Pep- perettes, Student Council, FTA, Who's Who, 104,221,240 MATOUS, GAYLON, FTA, Jets, Para-Med, Key Club, Pan-Am, Bio- Chem, Library Helper, 221 MAXFIELD, LAURIE, Pepperettes, Pan-Am, OEA, 221 MAXFIELD, REBECCA, FHA, 82,221 MAY, LESA, 221 MEDRANO, ROBERT MEDRANO, THOMAS MENDOZA, SALLY, Pan-Am, 221 MERRILL, ELIZABETH: NHS, Girls' Track, Quill and Scroll, Keyettes, Rep., La1in Club, Rep., Pepperettes, UIL Journalism, Regional, WILDCAT RAMBLER, Sweetheart, Ed., Who's Who, 90, 114, 115,154,221 MILLER, ALISON, Band, All-Dis'-1 trict, All-Region, Orchestra, Jets, NHS, International Club, Chess Club, Sec., Tumbling, German Club, FTA, Scholarship Jacket, 69, 92,221 MILLER, BECKY, S eech and Drama Club, Pres., Sweegleart, Pan-Am, Treas. Who's Who, Tumbling Team, Capt. , Sweetheart, UIL One Act Play, Pigskin Play, Office Girl, UIL Literary Events, Prose, Pepperettes, Keyettes, Senior Director, Sr, ,Class Parl. ,I 43, 90, 96, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102,152, 153,198 MILLER, JEFF, Para-Med, Jets, Speech and Drama Club, Pigskin Play, Crew, One Act Play, Crew, COTTON BLOSSOM, Who's Who, 49,102,222,240 MOJICA, ELIZABETH, Pan-Am, OEA, 113,222 MONTGOMERY, INA, Fl-IA, Band, FTA, Pan-Am, 222 MORALES, MIKE MORELAND, VERONICA: 222 MORENO, EMMA, FHA, Pan-Am, Pepperettes, 222 MORRIS, JAN, Band, Sec. -Treas. , District, Region, UIL Solo and En- semble, Sweetheart, Pan-Am, Jets, Sec., NHS, Orchestra, Region, Homecoming Princess, Miss Spark, Who's Who, 49, 53, 55, 61, 62, 65, 69,92,222 MURRAY, LEE, Pan-Am, Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble, Student Con- ductor, FTA, Chess Club, 222 MYERS, RANDY, Bellaire High School - Football, "B" Team Train- er, Spanish Club, Temple - Head Trainer, Football "A", Track "A", UIL Ready Writers, 44, 131, 134, 140,222 NEAL, TOMMY: 139,222 NEILL, GARY, Band, Mgir. Direct- or's Award, UIL Solo an Ensemble, NHS, Chess Club, Pan-Am, Pigskin Plazy, Stage Crew, 58, 62, 65, 22 NI KLES, HORACE NICHOLS, GREG OLIVARES, JOHN OLIVER, VICKIE, FHA, class chair., Track, DE, Treas., 78, 82, 154,222 OWENS, DEBBIE, Pan-Am, Track, Volleyball, 'B' Mgr., 191,222 PALLA, JOAN, Pan-Am, Para-Med, Bio-Chem, Pigskin Review, Crew, makeup, COTTON BLOSSOM, Band, UIL, Jets, Shorthand, UIL, NHS, 44, 71, 222 PATEREK, SANDRA, FHA, 222 PAVLISKA, JULIUS, 80, 81 PAYNE, MICHAEL, Football, Var- sity, Para-Med, Pan-Am, FCA, 90, 96, 130,136, 138,207,223 PAYNE, NANCY, Tumbling, Capt., FHA, Pepperettes, Keyettes, Office Girl, Pan-Am, FTA, Jets, UIL Spell- ing, 44,90, 152, 153,223 PEISER, MICHAEL PENNINGTON, MELVIN, JR., Pan- Am, FCA, 'B' Team Football, Track, Keystone Club, 223 PENNINGTON, TIMOTHY, VICA, Drama Club, 110,223 PEREZ, LUPE, FHA, 223 PERRY, MARIE, NHS, Bio-Chem, Parl., Para-Med, Pan-Am, Tumb- ling, Pepperettes, 70, 71,223 PETERS, CLIFTON, Pan-Am, Para- Med, Chess Club, 223 PETERSON, PAT, International Club, FHA, FTA, Speech and Drama Club, 82,223 PHILLEY, RANDY, 130, 136,223 PICKETT, CINDY PIPPINS, ANITA PLEASANT, JOHN, 128 POPP, SUSAN, Track, Jr-Sr. Mixed Choir, FHA, FTA, Para-Med, Volley ball, Pres., 126, 154, 156,224 277 78 POQUETTE, SHARON: FTA: Fl-IA: Para-Med: Bio-Chem, V-Pres.: Pepperettes: 70, 71,224 POSVAR, MARILYN: Para-Med: Pan- Am: FHA: COTTON BLOSSOM: 224 PRATER, PATRICIA: Student Coun- cil: NHS, Sweetheart: Jr, -Sr. Mixed Choir: Para-Med, lst V-Pres. S.: Pan-Am: Volleyball: Class Treas., Jr., Sr.: Football, Sweetheart: Pepperettes, Capt.: FTA: Miss Spark: Who's Who: 43, 49, 53, 64, 94, 97, 104,139, 156,198,224 RAMIREZ, STELLA: French Club: FHA: Pan-Am: 224 RANKIN, RICHARD: Intemational Club: Track: Football, Mgr.: FCA: Bio-Chem: Para-Med: 71,131, 134, 140, 142, 224 RAY, BILLY: Bio-Chem: Para-Med: Vocational Agriculture: 225 RAY, ROBIN: Pan-Am: Jr. -Sr, Mixed Choir: Para-Med: FTA: Bio- Chem: 225 REEDERS, WANDA: 225 REEDY, JAMES REIMER, DONALD: 113,225 REISNER, JOHNNIE: 110 REYES, JESSE: 110 RICHARDSON, DONNA RILEY, CAROLYN: FHA: FTA: French Club: OEA: 225 ROBBINS, DAVID ROBERTS, GLEN: Student Council: FCA: Football: Baseball: Key Club: FTA: Pan-Am: Bio-Chem: Fire Marshall: 104, 130, 136, 225 ROBINSON, BRODERICK: 131, 140, 142, 145, 225 ROBINSON, RITA: FTA: Para-Med: Band: FHA: French Club: Intema- tional Club: Student Council: Speech and Drama Club: UIL Solo and Ensemble: 225 ROBINSON, WILLIE: Football: Track: Pan-Am: FCA: VICA: 110 RODRIQUEZ, FRANCES ROGERS, JULIE: Para-Med: FTA: Pan-Am: FHA, Rep.: Class Sec.: Pepperettes: 82, 83,226 ROSAS, RACHEL: Pan-Am: 226 ROSE, DARYL: VICA: FFA: Key- stone Club: 110,226 RUBAC, LINDA: Student Council: Tumbling, Capt.: FTA: FHA: Para- Med: Pan-Am: Jets: Pepperettes: UIL Spelling: Office Girl: Library helper: 44, 04,152, 153,226 RYAN, RANDY: Golf: Para-Med: FCA: 148 SADLER, ROGER: Commerce High School, Commerce - FTA, V- Pres.: NHS: French Club: Class Pres, , Jr.: Temple - Drama Club: Speech and Drama team: ARSENIC AND OLD LACE: UIL one act Play: UIL Speech Team: Quill and Scroll: Who's Who: 49,99, 101, 102,114, 202,219,226 SAMMONS, LYNN: Volleyball: Pepperettes, Capt. , Most Spirited: NHS, Sec.: FTA, Sweetheart: Pan- Am, Sec.: Jets: Miss Spark: Jr, -Sr, Mixed Choir: Student Council: Who's Who: 50, 53, 64, 65, 85, 94, 96,104,206,226, 156 , , SANCHEZ, CHARLES SANSOM, JOY D,: 226 SCHILLER, MARY: FHA, Parl,: gsm-Am: NHS: Para-Med: FTA: 83, 6 SCHLUETER, CONNIE: Pan-Am: FTA: Office Girl: Speech and ' Drama Club: WILDCAT RAMBLER: Keyettes: 90,-227 SCHNEIDER, RUSSELL: Para-Med: FTA: Bio-Chem: 227 SEAY, LORI: Para-Med: FHA: FTA: 227 SEBEK, CRAIG: Football, Varsity, Most Valuable Player, Jr, , Best Offensive Back, Sr.: Baseball, Var- sity, All-District, Jr.: FTA:-Pan- Am: Para-Med: FCA, PICS.: Stu- dent Council: Key Club: Jr, Class Favorite: Who's Who: 50, 83, 104, 120, 131, 137, 138, 146, 223, 227 SEBESTA, CHARLES: 150,227 SERVANTES, VICTORIA: FHA: Pan-Am: Para-Med: 227 SHAKLOVITZ, BILL: 227 SHENKIR, PAT: Choir, Soph.., Jr. Sr. Mixed: DE Club: FHA: 78,227 SHEPHERD, SYLVIA: 227 SHINKAWA, PAUL: Challenge '71: UIL Slide Rule: National Merit Commendation: NHS, Rep. and Tutor: Orchestra, UIL Solo and En- semble: Chess Club, Pres.: WILD- CAT RAMBLER, Photog.: Who's Who: 44,45,50, 94,20 ,227 SHOCKLEY, RONNIE SIMONTON, CATHY: FHA: Pan- Am: Para-Med: Speech and Drama Club: Pi skin Play, Crew head: 227 SIMPSOI5, STEVE SLADOVNIK, LYNN: Football, Mgr, Baseball, Mgr.: FCA: FTA: Jets: Latin Club: Student Council: 131, 134, 140, 227 SLADOVNIK, BRENDA: 227 SLADECEK, DAVID SLIDER, GLENDA: Band: FI-IA: Girls Track: Para-Med: FTA: 154,227 SMITH, CATHERINE: 228 SMITH, CRAIG: 126 SMITH, GLENN: Football, So h. "B", "A", Best Defensive Back, Honorable Mention All-District: Para-Med: FCA: Baseball, "A", "B": Jem: 130, 186, 137, 146,228 SMITH, JANET: Para-Med: Pan- Am: Library Helper: FTA: Choir, Jr. -Sr. Mixed- UIL Solo and Ens , em- ble: Tumbling Team: 228 SMITH, LINDA: Tennis Team: FHA: FTA: OEA: French Club: 228 SMITH, ROBERT: 110 SMITHSON, MARTY: NHS: FCA: Chess Club: Pan-Am: Para-Med: WILDCAT RAMBLER, Sports Ed.: Basketball, "A", "B": Tennis: Jets: Quill and Scroll: 114, 121, 123, 125, 150,228 SNYDER, SONIA: FTA: Para-Med: Pan-Am: Girls' Track: COTTON BLOSSOM: Jets: Library Helper: 228 SODEK, SUSAN: Para-Med: Inter- national Club: FHA: 228 SOLZ, ROBERT SOLOMON, DONNA: Para-Med: FTA: Latin cmb: FHA: 228 9 SOTO, VERA: 229 SPURLIN, MIKE: Football, Soph.: FFA: 80,229 STALLINGS, MAJORIE: FHA: Para- Med: FTA: 82,229 STALNECKER, DEBBIE: Choir, Girls', Jr. - Sr, Mixed, Soph.: Para-Med: Library helper: Office Girl: FHA: 229 STANECEK, MONA: NHS: FTA: FHA, lst V-Pres. , Treas.: COTTON BLOSSOM: Pepperettes: Para-Med: International Club: Pigskin Play, Crew: 83,229 STANFORD, MARY STARNES, GERRY: Jets: Chess Club: German Club: Tennis: Pigskin Play, Crew: Choir, Jr.-Sr. Mixed: 'Show- case '71': 229 STEPHEN, DLANNE: Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble: International Club: Para-Med: FHA: FTA: 229 STEWART, DONNA: 229 STEWART, DOUG: Latin Club, Jr, - S. Mixed Choir: 73,229 STEWART, MARGARET: Pepper- ettes, Sweetheart: FTA: FHA: Class Sec.: Pan-Am, Group Leader: Para- Med: Girls' Track: Jr. -Sr, Mixed Choir: Library Helper: Office Girl: Keyettes, Pres.: Student Council: COTTON BLOSSOM: Jets: Who's Who: 50, 64, 82,90,23O STRACENER, GARY: Speech and Drama Club: 230 SUNBURY, JEFF: NHS: Jets: Band, All-Region: Orchestra, All-Region: Latin Club: Chess Club, Treas.: Highlighters: 67, 69, 92, 230 SUTHERLAND, CHUCK: Bio-Chern,, Pres.: NHS: Para-Med: Basketball, "B": Track,""A": 70, 71, 142,230 SVALBERG, SANDY: Volleyball, "A", "B": Track, District, Region- al, State: Bio-Chem, Treas.: -Pep- perettes: NHS: FTA: Pan-Am: 70, 71, 154, 156, 157,230 TASSE, FRANCINE: 230 TAYLOR, JERRY: Football, "A", "B": Baseball, "A": FCA: 130, 137, 230 TAYIDR, MARY ANN TEAGUE, ANNETTE: International Club: FHA: Office Girl: 230 TELLIER, LARRY THOMAS, JOHNNY: Football, "A", "B": Choir, Soph., Jr, -Sr, Mixed: FCA: FFA: Track, "A", "B": 80, 130, 137, 231 THOMPSON, GAYE: Band, UIL Solo and Ensemble: FHA: Bio-Chem: FTA: OEA: VOE: 231 THOMPSON, MARY THOMPSON, JUDY: Band: Para- Med: Pan-Am: FHA: 231 THOMPSON, SANDRA: COTTON BLOSSOM, Ed.: Pepperettes: Choir, Soph. , Jr, -Sr. Mixed: French Club: FTA: NHS: FHA: 73, 196,231,249 THORNAL, ANNA: FHA: French Club: Latin Club: Intemational Club: Office Girl: 230 TIPPIT, PAULA: Jr. -Sr. Mixed Choir: VOE: OEA: FHA: 231 TRAYLOR, CAROL: Band, Lib, , UIL Solo and Ensemble: Para-Med: Bio- Chem: FTA: NHS: Keyettes: Office Girl: Who's Who: 50, 62,90,231 TROJAN, MARVIN VALENTA, JAMES: NHS: Bio-Chem Latin Club: Para-Med: International, Club: FTA: 71,231 VALLEY, MARK: NHS: FTA: Bio- Chem: Para-Med: Jets: Latin Club: 231 VANDYCK, BARBARA: Band: NHS: Chess Club: 231 VANDEIVEER, PATRICIA: Chess Club r Sr Mixed Choir Intema : I . - . : - tional Club: Library Helper: Pepper- ettes: 'Showcase '71': FTA: Latin Club: 231 VANICEK, BRIAN: Band: 231 VANICEK, SUSAN: 154,155 VASICEK, DORIS: NHS: Latin Club: Pepperettes: Intemational Club: Para-Med: 231 VAWUEZ, AURORA: Pan-Am: 231 VAUGHAN, MICHAEL: Speech and Drama Club: Pan-Am: International Club: Pigskin Play, Crew: 231 XEJNABLE, RONNIE: Baseball: 146, VITHC, DANIEL: NHS: BIO-Chem: Latin Club: Para-Med: FTA: 42,232 VOI TAS DENISE' Pe erettes ' - PP , Capt.: NHS: FTA: Laun Club: Inter- national Club: Pigskin Play: Speech and Drama Club: WILDCAT RAM- BLER: Library helper: Keyettes: 64, 90, 224, 232 VRBA, PAT: Golf: Jets: Latin Club: Speech and Drama Club: FTA: FCA: 2 2 WAHLE, TOBY: Band: International Club, Sec.: NHS: Para-Med: Latin Club: Bio-Chem: FHA: 'Showcase '71': 232 WALKER, ERNEST: 130, 137, 140 WALKER, ERMA: FHA: Internation- al Club: Para-Med: 232 WALL, JESSE: FCA: Football "A", "B": Track: Basketball: COTTON BLOSSOM: 130, 137, 140, 142,207, 232 Rep., Soph. , Jr.: Cheerleader, Soph. , Jr. , Sr.: Volleyball: Pan- WALLACE, JACKIE: Student Coun- cil: FHA: Para-Med: FTA: Pan- Am: Track: Office Girl: Library helper: COTTON BLOSSOM: 232 WALLACE, PERRY: Pan-Am: Bio- Chem: FCA: Football "B": Para- Med: Baseball "B": Track "B": 45, 71, 131, 140, 232 WALLACE, ROBERT: Jets: Drama Club: UIL One Act: Showcase '71: WILDCAT RAMBLER: 58: 62. 101, 102, 108, 232 WALKER, ERNEST: 127 WANN, JIM: 101,202,233 WARD, ERNEST: 128 WARREN, TERESA: DE. Sweetheart: FHA: 78,233 WEATHERS, RENEE: FTA: NHS: Jets: Pepperettes: COTTON BLOSSOM: Bio-Chem: International Club: Of- fice Club- Pi skin Pla crew Para- , g ' y, : Med: Ke ettes: Senior Assembly: 59,90,2g3 WEAVER, SANDRA: Favorite, Soph. Student Council: FHA: FTA: V- Pres.: Homecoming Queen: Class Am: Miss THS: COTTON BLOSSOM: Who's who: 50, 51, 53, 54, 55, 65, 105, 120, 156, 157, 205, 233 WEBB, JUDY: Band, UII. Solo and Ensemble: Pan-Am: DE Club: 78, 233,269 WEINBLATT, JIMMY: Who's Who: 50, 150,233 WELLS, STEPHANIE: Oakton High School, Fairfax, Virginia -Jour- nalism Club: Spanish Club: Drama Club: Newspaper Staff member: FI-IA: Temple - WILDCAT RAMBLER: "The Second Time Around": FHA: 233 WHITE, CARLTON: 233 WHITE, CHARLES: 105,128 WHITE, CHERYL: 233 WHITE, GARY: ICT: ICT Club: 111,234 , WHITLOCK, MICKEY: Football, Soph., "B", Varsity: COTTON BLOSSOM: Para-Med: Pan-Am: FCA: 130, 138,234 WILDE, DOROTHY: FHA: 234 WILDE, LEONARD: Para-Med: FTA: ICT. Sgt. at Arms: 110,284 WILHITE, GEORGE: 80 WILKERSON, JOSIE: Para-Med: Fl-IA OEA: FTA: 234 WILLIAMS, DARBY: FHA: FTA: Band: Para-Med: Pan-Am: OBA: 234 WILLIAMS, THOMAS WILLIAMS, WANDA: Stephen F. Austin High - FHA: Pan-Am: Tem- ple - Para-Med: 234 WILSON, NANCY: FHA: Betty Crocker Award: Pan-Am: NHS: Para-Med: FTA: 234 WILSON, RICHARD: 78,234 WILSON, TERRI: NHS: Jr. -Sr. Mixed Choir: Pepperettes: Keyettes: International Club: Pan-Am: Chal- lengye Team: Speech and Drama Clu : UIL Speech, District, Region- al: Showcase '71: Pigskin Play, crew: Who's Who: 50,90, 99, 35 WILSON, TWYNETTE: FHA: Pan- Am: FTA: Jr. -Sr. Mixed Choir: Track: 235 WOODS, ALMA: 235 WOOLLEY, DENISE: NHS: Pepper- ettes: Pan-Am:, FHA: 235 WRIGHT, BEN: 128 WRIGHT, LINDA: FHA: FTA: Inter- national Club: French Club: Para- Med: OEA WYCHE, JOHN: DE Club: Football, HBII: YEPEZ, HOPIE: French Club: FHA: Pan-Am: 236 YORK, DEBRA: Para-Med: OEA: 236 YOUNG, DOYLE: Ir. -Sr. Mixed Choir, Pres.: All-Region Choir: Polyfoniks: All-District Baseball: Pan-Am: Para-Med: NHS: Show- case '71: FCA: Who's Who: 50, 55, 73, 118, 140, 223 YOUNG, MARIE: 236 YOUNT, LINDA Alcorn, Tommie Allen, Bob 69 Alexander, Reason 129, 182 Alsup, Peggy Anderson, David 122,124 Anderson, Regina 182 Anderson, Rhonda 151 182 Anderson, Sarah M, Arguelles, Alfred 182 Autrey, Christy 182, 158 Avots, Andre 44,101, Junior Index I 182,202 Baden, Gary 148,182 Bagby, Don Baggett, Judy 182 Bailey, Alvin 66,182, 183 Baker, Steve 141,142 Bane, Doug 69,114, 182,188 Banks, Susan 182 Barnes, Gary 182 Barnes, Judy 82, 86, 87 , 106,180,182,186 Baron, Mary 106,151, 182 Barrett, Hue Bass, Stephen 182 Bearor, Marshall 182, 267 Beimer, Kathy 180.182, 252 Bell, Carl 92,141,142 Benford, Rosalind 182 Benjamin, Kay 182 Bernal, Janice Bigon, Edwin 88,141, 142,182 Billeck, Cynthia 182 Blackburn, Pat 182 Blalock, Janet 182 Boehme, Delbert 182 Bolding, Pam 90,182 Bonnet, Jim 66,183,187 Bookout, John 183 Booth, Suzanne 90,91, 183 Bowen, Barry Bradford, Frances 183 Brady, Beth 180,183 Bragewitz, Mollie 183 Bramlett, Mike 183 Brancheau, Alan Brandes, Jen 60,71,151, 183 Brashears , Gary 279 186 280 Bricker, Alton 110 Brinkmeyer, Wanda Brothers, Debbie 87, 106,154,183 Brown, Allen 183 Brown, Gail 156,183 Brown, Helen Ruth Bulls, Debra 82,183 Butler, Sylvia 183 Cabiness, Ronnie Caldwell, Billy Capps, Cathy 183 Carr, Susan A. 154 Carrizales, Juan Cartwright, Donna 183 Carver, Mike 80,81 Case, Debbie 180,183 Casey, Dena 106,152, 153,183 Cason, David 92,183 Castillo, Roy -71.131, 132 Chandler, Allison 70 , '71, 106 , 151, 162 Chapman, Charles 41, 146 , 183 Chatham, Harlan Chavis, Donald 110 Chavis, Irving Jr. Chestnut, Marie Ann 183 Childers, Linda Chiles, Horace 123, 125 Church, Margie 151, 183 Clawson, W, Randal 73,76,l02,183 Clearman, Richard 183 Clemons, Janice 62, 184 Clifton, Curtis 184 Clouse, Cathy 184 Cobb, Neil 87.106, 184 Cochnayer, Erma Cockrum, Gary 78, 184 Cohorn, Rogie Connell, Keith 57,93, 139,142,145 Conner, Vernon Cooper, James Copeland, Wm, B, 184 Corsentino, Debbie 71 , 150,151,184 Cox, Patsy Craig, Becky 184 Crumpton, Connie Cruz, Gloria 184 Culp, James Culp, Sandra 184 Danial, Geil 184 Darden, Rod 184 Davis, Charlie H, 88, 114 Francis, Paul Franklin, Carl 141x146 Franklin, Helen 154,185 Freeman, J, Frances 154 Frost, Elisa 110,185 Gaby, Cynthia 90,151, 184 Davis Gary L. 184 Davis James Davis Michael Davis Sharon A. 184 Dawson, Barbara Dawson, Bruce A. 143 144,145 Dawson, Rose , Dela Cerda, Inez Dever, Joyce Dixon, Charles Lee Dixon, Randy Dragoo, Danny 184 Dragoo, A, Duane 184 Drobena, Charles' 1184 Drozd, Bernard 185 Dugger, Patricia 185 Eaks, Linda 185 Eaton, David 76,185 Eller, Heike Ellison, James 110, 185 Engbrock, Pam 71,185 England, Steven 181 Gamble, Welton Mae 185 Gandy, Linda Garcia Armando 110 Garcia, Joe 78,185 Garcia, Julian 185 Gerald James 93,141, 142,145,185 Giddens, Harry Gideon, Debbie 90, 98,99,105,186 Glass, Brenda 83,180 Glover, Brandt 128, 146,186 Goad, Becky K, 186 Goates, Danny 186 Goldman, Mark 67, 186 Goswell, Mike 110. Gray, Jackie 186 Gray, Jeff 122,186 Grear, Tim 44,141,186 Green, David 186 Green, Debbie 186 Green, Stephen Henry Epperson, Debbie 51 , 57 , 90,97,106,152,153, 185 Epperson, Jan 106.185, 186,188 Farrow, Gloria Fincher, Lanette 63,185 Finney, Mark 110,185, 186 Flanagan, Debbie Ann 51,90,106,120,185 Flanagan, Debbie F. 90,185 Fletcher, Ray Charles Fletcher, Rosemary Flippo, Cheryl Fogarty, Kelly Jr. Fojtasek, Marvin 185 Foster, Wayne 110,111 Fournier, John Foust, Jan 185 Foyt, Chuck 70,71, Green, Lynda 186 Greening, Becky 97, 100,101,102,186 Grimsley, Garret Lance Grimsley, Lewis Grygar, Leslie 186 Guardado, Johnny Guerra, Mary Gunn, Charles 78 Guthrie, Paul 71.141, 186 Haddon, Gary 186 Hall, Carolyn 154,156, 165,186 Hall, Sam 186 Hallford, Cecilia 150. 151,186 ' Hansen, Elaine 106, 109,156,186 Hanson, Linda 186 Hardman, Jetuan Harper, Gayla 186 Harrelson, John Harris, Don 148,187 Harris, Sandra 82,187 Havlik, Patricia 187 Hayes, Rita 152,153, 187 Hejl, Pamela 180,187 Hernandez, Emma 187 Herring, Debbie Herring, Susie 187 Hertel, Donna 71,187 Hester, Vicki 187 Hickey, Joyce 187 Hicks, Loddie Hill, Lela Hill, Peggy Hill, Ronnie Hilliard, Mike 187 Hillyard, Linda Hinds, Annette 187 Hinkle, Phyllis 187 Hipp, Linda Hobday, David 110 Hoelscher , A Mike Holland, Mark 188 Holley, John 188 Holmes, Patricia 188 Hopson, Melvin 189 Horton, Arlene 188 Houston, Kirby 188 Houston, Phyllis 181, 188 Howard, Betty Joyce 188 Howard, Charles 188 Hubik, Thomas 188 Huff, Debora 63,188 Huffman, Deborah 63, 154 Hunt, Angela 188 Jackson, Patricia 156 Jackson, Wanda James, Susie 83,90,106. 180,188,252 Jamroz, Brandt 45 Jansing, Raygene Jankins, Michael 123, 126,130,134,136,146 Jennings, JH-HCI 188 Jimenez, Jimmy s rome. Kathleen' 188 Johnson, Freddie 130, 135,142 Johnson, Diane Johnson, Kirby 88,122, 127,188 Johnston, Pam 188 Johnston, Ray 130,133, -. 188 Jones, Jack W. 69.141, 188 Jones, Ricky 122,127 Jones Judy 188 Jones Linda Jones Kathy 188 Jones, Marva Jones Oliver 80 Jones, Phyllis 188 Jones Rebecca Jones 188 Ronald 106, 141, Kattner, Vivian 188 Kelly, Vance 188 Kennedy, Demetra 62, 189 Ketterman, Gary 189 King, Ritchie 141, 142,189 Klepac, Cynthia Kohutek, Ralph 80, 81,189 Krauskopf, Cynthia 189 Kuykendall, Holly 82, 189 Lane, Patti 189 Lanford, Mark 67, 189 Langsjoen, Peter 189 Larah, Pedro Lastovica, Johnny 189' Laurens,Jane 189 Lavan, Beverly 154 Lawrence, Billy 110 Ledger, Pamela 189 Lee, Brenda 189 LeFan, Kevin Lehrmann, Janice Lesikar, Brenda 189 Lesiker, Joy 189 Lewis, Janice 189 Lindsey, Myra 83,69, 189 Lloyd, Beverly 189 Lloyd, Terry 142 lockabey, James 78, 79,189 lofton, Laurie 110 Love, Katherine Lueck, Vicki 189 McClaugherty, 'Ruth 45,190 McCormick, Kenneth 190 McDonald, Bennie 190 McDonald, Bernice 190 McEntire, Pam 190 McEntire, Wayne 190 McGuire, Gary 80,-110 McGuire, Rosalie 190 Machalek, Pam 52, 153,189 Maddux, Kenny 141, 189 Main, Mary 189 Malmin, Sonja 189 Mansfield, Robert 93, 141,142,189 Manuel, Dianne Marble, Larry 106,141, 190 Marek, Leonard 80 Marek, Rebe 190 Marshall, Joyce 190' Martin, Charles Martinec, Karen Martt, Anne 90,91,92, 98,190' Marx, Linda 62,190 Massey, Cecil 190 Matl, Jerry 190 Matush, Mike 88,97, 106 , 148 , 149, 190 Maupin, Bill 80 Maxey, Doug 190 Mayfield, Carla 82,106, 152,153,190 Medford, Martin 80 Meek, James Mersiovsky, Iris 190 Mesecke, Paulette 190 Messer, Rita Meyer, Mike Mihatsch, Donald 78, 190 Mills, Linda 190 Mitchell, Debs 129 , 146 , 190 Moore, Carol 190 Moore, Wayne Moreno, Gilbert Mullan, James Murray, David 190 Myers, Estella 156 Neman, Steve 141,142 191 Neman, Max 189, 191 Newsome, David 146,191 Nicholas, Donna 191 Noble, Curtis 80 Nobles, Susan 152,153, 181,197 Nolen, Randy 191 Norman, Derrell Nottingham, Earl 67, 180,185,191 Novosad, Rickie Ochs, Sharron 191 Oliver, Allene Oujezdsky, Chris Owens, Don 110,111 Padilla, Johnny 142 Palmer, Jacqueline 191 Patman, James 191 Payne, Claud 67, 68 , 69, 92,93,94,191 Peebles, Jimmy 191 Pela, Rebecca 191 Perkins, Paula Perry, Jimmy Pettigrew, Andy Phelphhs, Becky 191 Pickett, Janelle 71,106, 152,153,191 Pierce, Nancy 191 Pierre, Valerie 97,191 Pinkham, Dorothy 191 Plasek, Cindi 106,187, 191 Plumlee, Donna Pomykal, Janelle Popelka, Billy 80,191 Pospisil, Delores 156, 191 Potter, 'Mary .43, 106, 152, 153, 192 Pricer, Marilyn 192 Priddy, Carl 106,192 Provazek, Janice 192 Psencik, Denise 180, 192 Purcella, Louis 192 Rainy, Scott 192 Ramirez, Henry 192 Ramos, Rosemary 192 Rampy, Bill 192 Ramsey, Roy 55,88, 106,187,192 Reddehase, Roy 192 Reeders, Debra Resse , 'Nancy Reyna, Melba 192 Rhodes, Shirley Reiger, Nancy 151,192 Risby, Vera Robbins, Caroline Roberson, Teresa 90, 192 Roberts, Charlene Roberts, Norma 192 Rodgers, Kathy Rogers, Judy Rose, Ronnie 78,79, 192 Ross, David 192 Ross, Richard Russell, Randy 118,192 Santos, Gus 192 Scanio, Philip 192 Schiller, Anita 152, 153,192 Schiller, Joan 192 Schiller, Roy 110 Scott, Malcolm 110 Scott, Marion 192 Sebek, Darleen 192 Shannon, Dallas Taylor, Henry 175 Taylor, Nancy Taylor, Phyllis 69, 71,175 Thomas, Ariz Jean Thomas, Diane 154, 175 Thomas, John 142 Thomas, Johnnie Mae 156,175 Thomas, Johnny Ray Thomas, Sharon 175 Thomas, Sheree 175 Thompson, Deborah 175 Thompson, Duncan Thompson, Jim 141, 176 Thompson, Ray Thompson, Sheri 90, 107,176 Thornal, Holly 80 Traylor, Sue 107,151, 176 Trevino, Dorothy Trussell, Stephen 140, 141 . 176 Tubbs, Mike 80,81, 176 Tull, Beth 176 Upshaw, Bob 176 Valley, Matt VanDyck, Frank 176 Vanegas, Mary Vanicek, Ronnie 176 Vanicek, Susan 176 Vargas, Joe 176 Vasek, Peggy 176 Venable, Kathy 176 Venable, Quinn Vitek, Tommy 176 Vulgamore, Gary 176 Vybiral, Rene 71,176 Wade, Jeraldine 176 Whitley, Nancy 177 Walker, Eddie Walker, Edgar Walker, Ernest Walker, Randy 93,176 Wall, Dean 141,177 Wallace, Brett 142,177 Wann, Carol 177 Warren, Myra 177 Warren, Susan 177 W askow , Doug. 177 Waters, Rick 66,177 Weathers, Brantley 71, Weaver, John Weaver, Russell 141, 142,145,177 Weir, Kathy West, Stephen 177 White, Bobby 93,141, 177 White, Susan 107.154, 177 Whitehead, Nehemiah 177 Whitt, Katherine 177 Whittington, Jeff 177 Whitworth, Pam 177 Wigginton, Richard 177 Wilde, Charlotte 177 Wiley, David Wilson, Larry Winston, Stephen Wolff, Tom 178,267 Wilkerson, Cathy 177 Wilkerson, R. B. Williams, Alice 177 Williams, Barbara 154 177 Williams, Connie Williams, Gail 177 Williams, Kathy Williams, Vicky 107, 119 , 170 , 177 , 249 Wills, Phil Willson, Paula 178 Woodruff, Shirley Wunsch, Sandy 71 Ybarra , George Young, Billy Ray 80 Young, Loretta 178 Young, Patricia 178 Young, Sam 107,178 Yount, Deborah 178 97. 175,177 Adrian, Robert L. Aguirre, Natalie Akin, Gary 160 Akin, Vicky 160 Alcorn, Harriet 160 Alexander, James D, 141,160 Alexander, Marty 160 Amick, Philip 160, 172 Anderson, Arthur 123, 124 Anderson, Bercha 141, 160 Anderson, Deborah 159, 160 Wiebelhaus , Mark 177 Wilson, Cherry 51,178 Sophomore Index Barnes, Alan 160 Barnett, Barry 160 Barrett , Rachel 160 Batchand , Renita 160 Baxley, Gary 75,141, 146 , 160 , 177 Beach, Denise 156, 160 Beale, Joyce 160 Bearor, Marcine 160 Bellomy, Paula 63,107 160 Benford, Robert 141 Benner, Michael 160 Bennett, Kenneth 160 Bennett, Renard Anderson, Henry Anderson, Janifer 160 Armstrong, Yvonne Bennett, Thomas 80 Benson, Sandra Denise Bigham, Thomas S. 69, 160 Bilbrey, Jeannie 161 Bilbrey, Steven Binns, Larry 161 Black, Mary 90,161 Blackburn, Sara 161 Blackmon, Ruby 161 161 Ashby, Craig Asher, Linda Atkins, Elmer Atkins, Robert C. 141, 160 Autrey, Cathy 75,107, 160 Aycock, Melissa 83, 160 Baggett, Samuel 80 Bailey, David 93,160 Bailey, Debbie Baird, David 107.141, Bledsoe, Carole Blunson, Darlene Boland, Cindy 161 Bookout, Jerry 161 Bowden, Florydia 161 Boyd, Beth 90,107,161 Boyls, Lana 161 Brading, Mary Ann 71, 142 BaldwinT-Grystal 160 Banty, Pam Barfield, Sam 80,81, 160 Bradley, Dianne 161 Braziel, Enette Braziel, Jeff Bridges, Russell 107 , 161,169 Broadus, Ronnie 161 Brooks, Karen 161 Brown, David Earl 161 Brown, Vivian 161 Buffington, Marla 161 Burch, David Burgess, Beverly 69,161 Burke, David 148,161 Burleson, Lois Burnley, Royce 161 Burns, Paul 161 Burt, Michael Burton, Ora Burton, Royslin 156, 161 Cabiness, Dottie Cabiness, Evelyn Cabiya, Betty Calhoun, Carol 80, 161 Cameron, Paul Campbell, Patricia 63,161 Capps, Frank 161 Carlton, Sue 161 Carver, Kim 77,107, 141,159,161 Castilleja, Irene Castillo, Larry Castleberry, Larry Cater, Bruce 88,107, 141,158,162,170 Caughlin, Elaine 162 Cawthon, Norma Sue Zaragoza, David Zaragoza, Steve Zaragoza, Victoria Zuehlke, Betty 178 162 Cawthon, Pam Cephus, Michael 128, 162 Cerda, Virginia 162 Chandler, Bill 148 Chaney, Virginia 45, 162 Chattam, Curtis 162 Chiles, Rosherion 162 Chlapek, Eddie 162 Christian, Gregory 162 Clark, James Clawson, Marylou 162 Clayton, Karl 162 Clements, Susan Cline, Melissa Cloud, Susan 162,190 Coates, Lisa 162 Cobb, Sheila Annette 162 Cochnauer, Ima Cockrum, Judy 162 Cockrum, Larry 162 Cockrum, Michael 162 Cole, Dawn 90,107, 162,170 Cole, Katherine 162 Coleman, Ruth Cone, Linda 162 Conn, Robert Allan Cooksey, Larry 162 Copeland, Lonnie Cox, Nelson 162 Craven, .Michael Crocker, Charles Crocker, Margaret Curtis, Wilbert 162 Crocker, Richard 141, 162 Crumpton, Andrew Cruz, Jesse Culp, Letha Faye Cummings, Cathy 75, 107 , 162 Cunningham, Kathy 90 162 Daniel, Nan 71,90, 162 Daniels, Cecil 162 Davis, George Craig 162 Davis, Tana 162 Davis, Virginia De Lany, John 93, 14l,142,162,177 Deleon, George 141 Dennis, Janet 163 devane, Mark 45,163 Devers, Joe 163 Dewbre, Kevin 163, 171 Dillon, Danny 107, 141, 163 Dixon, Douglas Donaldson, Cindy 63, 90,107,152,153,163 Dragoo, Paul 80 Drake, Jimmy 163 Drobena, Sylvia 154, 163 Duarte, Janie 163 Duarte, Yolanda 163 Duckens, Roy 163 Duke, Scott Duncan, Kathi 163 Duncan, Randy 142 Duran, Ricardo Dye, Gary 163 Dysart, Sandra 71,90, 163 Early, Terry 163 Easley, Gary 163 Easterwood , Kristi 151 , 163 Effler, Mike 163 Elliott, Terry Ellis, Lynne 163 Ellis, Robin 163 Ellison, Donna 163 Engholm, Ben 163 English, Byron 163 Entrop, Daryl 163 Entrop, Kenneth Evans, Margie 156, 157,163 Falconer, Rex 163 Falls, Charles Farris, James 142,145, 163 Farrow, John 163 Faucett, Gary 80 Feind, Melvin 163 Fellabaum, John Allen 163 Ferrel, Jake 171 Finley, Paulette Finto, Richard 131,133 Fletcher, Albert Earl Fletcher, Missie 57,90. Hawkins, 'Mark 166 Hawkins, Pamela Hawkins, Sharon 166 Hayes, Roberta 166 Haynes, Brenda Heffner, Brian 166 Heisch, Dale 141, 166 Hendricks, Roxanne 166 Henley, Bettie 107,163,170 Fletcher, Cathy 163 Fletcher, Lawrence Fletcher, Willie 163 Fojtasek, Janell 164 Fojtasek, Patty 164 Folley, Marsha 164 Ford, Pat 107,164 Forrest, Dick 141,164 Foster, Jarrard Foster, Richard 93,142, 164 Fowler, Guy 88,97,107, 158,164,177,188 Fox, Carol 45,164 Foyt, Mary Lou 71,164 176 Fraga, Johnny 164 Fraga, Margie 164 Franklin, Debra 164 Freeman, Barbara 116, 164 Freeman, Kathy 164 Freeman, Lora Frei, Kathy 164 Freytag, Cindy 164 Frost, Annamarie 164 Fuchs, Linda 164 Fuchs, Paul 107.141, 142,158,164 Fuentez, David 164 Fulton, Pam 90,164 Fulton, Wayne 57,75, 93, 107, 141, 146, 164, 170 Gaines, Ronald 164 Gaines, Steven 141, 158,164 Gamble, T-Bass 164 Gandy, Jack 69,164 Garcia, Albert 141,146 Garcia, Cindy 164 Garcia, Raul Garcia, Sylvia Garner, Connie 164 Gassiot Arseine George, Norma 164 Gillard Gail 164 Gillespie, Ray 93,106, 107,164,171 Gilleland, Roger 86, 164 Gillmeister, Sherry 164 Gilmore, Dale 141, 164 Goeke, Sherry 165 Goer, Lucretia Golder, David 165 Goldman, Janet 165 Gomez, Daniel Gommert, Dwayne Gonzales, Jessie 165 Goolsby, Harold 93 141,165 Goucher, James Graham, Janet 165 Granderson, Ruth 156, 165 Grant, Michael Grant, Preston 80 Graves, Roger 165 Grear, Nan 1645 Green, Barbara 165 Green, Belinda 165 Gregg, Gregory 165 Gresham, Kenneth Grubb, Wanetta 69,165 Grygar, David 165 Guenat, Mark 71.148, 165 Guerra, Thomas 165 Hall, Brad 165 Hallford, Denise 165 Hallonquist, Gary 142, 158 Ham, Stephen 165 Haney, Paul Douglas Hanusch, Roy Harker, Frances 16,6 Harper, Michael 141, 166 Harrelson, Stephen Harris, Dorothy 166 Harrison, Sarah Hastings, Cindy 141, 166 Hawk, Thomas Hernandez Andrew Hernandez, Angelita Hernandez Esteran Hernandez Freddy Hernandez Sandy 166 Hestand, Lissann 166 Hester, Alan 166 Hester, Larry 166 Hicks, Debbie 166, 177 Hicks, Pamela 166 Higginbotham, Mark 166 Hill, Kathy 166 Hobbs, Dennis 148,149, 166 Hochstedler , Walter 166 Hogue, Janie Hogue, Larry 129 Holleman, Vanessa 167 Holmes, David 167 Holston, Steve 167 Holton, Robinette 167 Honeycutt, Melody 167 Houston, Katy 167 Howard, Margie 167 Howard, Sherry 167 Hubbard, James 71, 141,167 Hudnall, Jack 167 Hudnall, Lou Edna 167 Hune, Sue 167 Hurd, Gary 188 Hurt, Richard 141, 142,167 Hurta, Edward 167,- 171 Ivey, Jack 80,81,167 Ivy, Randy Jackson, LaVeme Janicek, Gene Jarma, Barry 141, 142,144,167 Jarosek, Donna 167 4 Jarvis, Tim 93, 141, 167 Jefferson, James 141 Jenkins, Vanessa 167 Jennings, David 167 Jiminez, Joe Jimerson, Bruce Iimmerson, Elline 167 Johnson , Clarence 80 Johnson, Ernest Johnson Johnson Johnson , James Etta , Melvin , Keith 167 Johnston, Alana 90, 107,167 Johnston, Dean 167 Jones, Allen Jones, Jerry 71,146, 167 Jones, Priscilla Jones, Stacy 51, 90, 107, 152, 153, 167 Kamas, John Karnowski, Paul 141, 167 Kasberg, Debbie 167 Kasner, Ray Keetch, Janece 167 Kellar, Brenda Kelley, Deborah Kelley, Mark 63,7l, 167 Kelley, Paula 167 Kelley, Robbie 167 Kelly, David 80,167 Kelly, Sandy 168 Kennedy, Brenda 90, 107,156,168 Keown, Susan 168 Kerbow, Robert 141,142 Knecht, Nicky Knecht , Ricky Kohutek, John 141, 142,168 Kopriva, Dorothy 168 Krugman, Beth 168 Kubacek, Wanda Labaj, Beverly 168 Lange, Johnny 168 Langram, Adric Latham, Stephen Latimer, Jim 71,158, 168 Lavan, Willie 43,141, 142, 168 Law, Tressie Lawler , Kevin Lee, James 189 Lee, Susan 168 Lehr, Mary 67,9Ti. 168,176 Lemmons, Terry 168 Lemons, Pearlie Joe Lewellen, Larry 140, 141,168 Lewis, Bobby Lewis, Lori '71 Lewis, Patsy 168 Lewis, Ricky 168 Liles, Debra, 168 Lippe, Bradley 71, 168 Little, Jannie 168 Lockett, Glenn 168 Locklin, Dennis 168 Lopez, Armando Lopez, Gus Lopez, Jamie 141 Lopez, Steve Louis, Debbie 169 Love, Ellen 71,169 Loving, Marion 128 Lowe, Julius 8O,142, 145 Lowe, Melvin 169 Lucko, Terri Lundgren, Martin Lunn, Susan 169 Lynch, Carolyn 169 McBride, Brenda 169 McClure, Dianne 169 McCullough, Glenda McCullouh, Linda 169 McDaniel, Marvin 169 McDonald, Larry 169 McGinnis, Cathy McGinnis, Mark McHan, Mike 169 McHenry, Kenneth Mclnturff, Richard 93, 107,141,169 Ivlclntyre, Beverly 169 McKee, Martha 169 McKinley, Vicki McNiel, Tommy 169 McQueen, kinda 169 Macey, Betty Ann 152,153,168,169 Mack, Tommy Magana, Anna Mahoney, Karen 169 Main, Mike 169 Malone, Carline 169 Manning, Ralph 169 Manriquez, Dina Kay Marble, Nancy 90, A107,152,153,170, 176 Marburger, Gary 80 Mares, Rachel Marinik, Linda Marsh, Bill 69,170 Martin, Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Charlotte 170 Dale 170 Edward 80,170 Melinda 170 Patricia Thelma Martinec, Ronnie Martinez, David Martinez, Loyce 170 Matush, Mona 107, 170 Maxwell, Stanley Mayberry, Angel 170 Mayes, Carolyn 156 Measels, Judy 170 Melcher, Shirley Melton, Alvin Mesecke, Bernadette 170 Mesecke, Steven 171 Miller, Craig Miller, Ellen 69 Miller, Rachel 171 Miller, Stanley 171 Minzenmayer, Bruce 171 Mitchell, Terry Montgomery, Steven Mooney, Gwen 171 Moore, Pamela 159, 171 Moore, Ricky Moore, Susan 107,152, 153,171,177 Moreland, Derick Moreno, Joe Morris, Bunkley 66,69, 141,146,171 Morris, Marsha 171 Moseley, Kathy 171 Murray, James Murray, Larry 80,81, 171 Murray, Lois Ann Murrow, Debbie Myers, Rex 141 Myers, Sherry 82,90, Malone, David 71,169 154 Narro, Ann 171 Neitsch, Cynthia '171 Nejtek, Elick 171 Newman, Dave Nichols, Charles Nichols, Karen 172 Nichols, Randy 191 Nicholson, Annette 191 Nicholson, Rod 172 Nieto, Helen Oakley, Miles 191 Oates, Margaret 172 Ogle, Kelly 172 Olivares, David 172 Oliver, Granville Oliver, Judy O'Neal, Ronald 93, 172 Orlandi, Cathy 172,179 Oujezdsky, Warren 172,179 Pacatte, Tony 172 Pagel, Cindy 172 Pagel, Hal Ray 172 Pageler, Judi 172 Palomino, Albert Parnell, Rob 97,172 Parsons, Gary 148,171, 172 Patterson, Larry 172 Paulk, Vickie 107, 141,156,157,158, 172 Pavey, John Payne, Tina 154,156, 172 Pennington, Rhonda Perez, Lydia 172 Perkins, Treva Peterson, Helen 172 Petruy, Linda 154,156 Pick, Clayton 92.107, 141 . 173 Pleasant, John 130, 141 , 173 Popp, Geoffrey Porter, Baron 141, 146,159,173 'Pospisil, Boe 173 Posvar, Michael 159, 173 Presseley, Lewis 173 Punchard, David 93, 173 Purifoy, John 71,173 Quinteros, Margaret Ramsey, Roxan 51,90, 107,170,173 Rankin, David 107.142 Ratliff, Ray 173 Rayor, Rea Rea, Bruce 80,173 Reeders, Deborah 173 Reese, Terry 173 Reeves, James 173 Reid, Gary 92,148, ' 173 Reid, Kathy Reid, Rodney Resendez, Pete 173 Reyes, Roy Reyes, Ruben Reyna, Dora 173 Rhodes, Carol Rhymes, Albert Ric, Gloria 173 Richardson , Rebecca 71 , 173 Riley, Barbara Riley, Debra 173 Rios, Mary Risby, Dewayne 173 Rivera, Alexander Rivera, Thomas Roberts, Diana 173 Robinson, Anthony Robinson, Donald 141, 173 Robinson, Shelia 173 Robinson, S, B. 173 Rodriguez, Fermin Rodriguez, Juggy Rogers, Jimmy 141 Rogers, Judy 173 Rosas, Irma 173 Rowe, Harold 159, 173 Rucker, Bill 141,173 Runyon, Rosalyn 156, 173 Runyon, Thurlee 173 Ryans, Albert 141 Salas, Frances 173 Salisbery, Jacob 94, 141,173 Samford, Mark 92,173 Sanders, Ernest 141 Sanders, Marcia 174 Sanders, Roger Sauls, Maxine Schiller, Theresa 71, -174 Schlueter, Cheryl 174 Schneider, Judyh' Schuetze, Dale Scott, Darell 80,174 Seward, Benny 174 Shannon, Jackie Shaw, Elois Shinkawa, Sidney 71, 174 Shook, Donna 174 Shumake, .Terrell Shumake, Trina 174 Silva, Rebecca 90, 174 Simicek, Robert 80, 174 Simpson, Amy 174 Simpson, Carla 174 Slye, Richard 174 Smallwood, Patricia 174 Smith, Barbara Smith, Darla 156,174 Smith, Denise 174 Smith, Larry 174 Smith, Pamela Diane 174 Smith, Pam Susan 174 Smith, Rebecca Smith, Sandra 174 Sneed, Delmer 175 Snyder, Becky 175 Sodek, Frank 71,142 Shaw, James Shelby, Glenda 63,192 Shenkir, Carol 192 Sheppard, Molly 192 Shumake, Gerrel 267 Sigut, Janell 192 Silverthorne, Steve 100, 101,102,192 Simcik, Cheryl 192 Simecek, Patricia 192 Simmons, Bob 93,130, 132, 137 , 138, 192 Simms, Deborah Skopek, Clifford 78 Smith, Craig 128,193 Smith, Larry Smith, Phyllis 193 Snyder, Mark 42,93, 139 Sodek, Debbie 71,193 Soliz, Dolores 193 Solomon, Betty 106,193 Spoonts, Cynthia 152, 153,193 Spoonts, Wayne 69, 193 Sprott, James Sprout, Frank 193 Sprout, Larry 193 Steger, Dennis 78 Soto, Hector 142 Spears, Melissa 175 Spence, James 175 Spivey, Patricia 51, 70,71, 107. 175 Stallings, Charlotte 159,175 Stalnecker. Sharon 175 Stark , Charlie Starnes, Kathy Steffek, Peggy 175 Stermer, Susan 156,175 Stephen, Myron Stevenson, Phyllis Stewart, Greg 66,97, 175 Stokes, David Stumph, Mary Ann 175 Sudaz, Carol 175 Sumrall, Janet 175 Sunbury, Beth Suniga, Marie Talasek, Robert 175 Talley, Lora 90.94, 107 M I Tasse, Rocky 141,175 Tate, Lauretta 107 Taylor, Doyle 175 Stephens, Renita Stephen, Sylvia 156 Stinson, Tinka 69.87, 106,186,193 Stoebner, Brenda 193 Stone, Brenda 193 Stracener, Gary Streater, Mary 62,193 Stroud, Donald 78,79 Stroud, Ernest 78,79,240 Suarez, Richard Suniga, Dianne 193 Supancic, Mike 93 Sutter, Paul Swaim, Bob 58,193 Swanzy, Chris Talafuse, James 110, 193 Talley, Murphy 193 Tames, Oscar Tamez, Dora Taylor, Alan 193 Teague, Ronald 193 Thomas, 'Terry 68,69, 193 Thomas, Wallace 193 Thompson, Mike 181 D 193 Tilghman, Rosemary 193 1 Toliver, Raymond 142. 193 Triplett, Sandra 69, 90,106,193 Trout, Paul 180,193 Troy,'Stan 193 Turner, Avalene Turknett, Thomas 80, 193 Tweed, Patricia Upshaw, Thomas 193 Vance, Raye Ann 193 Vanecek, Ronald Vasta, Donna 193 Vaughan, Paul 88,131, 134,140,193 Vaughns, Beverly Vitek, Cathy 193 Volkmer, Vicki Votaw, Jim 193 Wade, Dewayne 142 Wade, Linda Wahle, Malcolm Walker, Gary 148,149, 193 Walker, Steve 71,142 Walker, Sue Wall, Debbie 194 Wall, Leslie 194 Wall, Vernon Wallace, Michael Ward, Ernest 80,130 Warren, Sharon 180, 188 , 194 Waskow , Steve Wasserman , Debbie 82,194 Wear, Shelia 194 Webb, Glenda Weekley, Bill 78.79, 194 Weisner, Alicia 194 Wells, Randell 110,111 Whigham, Patti 152, 153 Whitcomb, Vicki 194 White, Charles 187, ,194 White, Cheryl Whitley, Charles Whitley, Don 194 Wiese, Mark 194 Wilde, Barbara 195 Wilde, Virgil 45,180, 195 286 Wilkes , Carleton 146 , Wilkinson, Pam Williams, Mike 195 Willis, Sandra Wilson, Jerry 77, 189, 195 Winkler, Les 71.72, 73, 76, 119, 182, 195 Winslow, Leslie W ,W 195 Wiseman, Billy 195, 240 Wisener , Alicia Wood, Bruce 71,195 Woodruff, Margaret Wright, Ben 128,139, 195 Ybarra , Victor Yarrito, Michael 61, Our Alma Mater, From You We've Learned To Be So Proud Of Your Traditions, Your Spirit, Loyalty, And For Temple High School March On, All Glorious. And May Your Colors, Blue And White, Be E'er Victorious. 71,100,195 Yoeman, Harriet Young, Linda 87,106 195 Young, Marie Zabcik, David 93,195 Zaragoza, Dolores Zaremba, Gary 80 COTTCN BLOSSCM Debby Alexander Cathy Matous Editor Editor Charles Drobena Earl Nottingham Photographer g Photographer Renee Weathers ' Tommiann Farris Organizations Sports Sandra Thompson Editor Brantley Wea thers Photographer Joan Palla Sports Marilyn Posvar - ,Index Margaret Stewart - Classes Mrs' Janeu Mikeska ' SPOUSOT N4 1 e X?

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