Texas High School - Tiger Yearbook (Texarkana, TX)

 - Class of 1975

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Lfrywo. lffYL00fLU, H J 5010.00 f1'ml'L'fs WWC WW UW' ff! J dfccffzfii vZ,06Cfl!7L, WWVUWQ 114011, J cud! lmfwo WW ff? Jlclddz :KAL .f sd mm ,Amy aimed wwrc Z9 V00 6b muuogoagtnud 4065504 5? GM JJQQ11 Mag J me ,Lt .f :J dw fl-wil gg swf aewawf Www a, fwliu sdcwwnuffd fifsw qw mwah zJ.wJuf XM, flea Qjfwbeccm ghifwzlbv It is up to us to make the best of our home and to gain as much knowledge and enjoyment as we can from it. We may never have the opportunity again, so we must take advantage of what our home has to offer while its doors are still open to us. I1 I2 Our home is a busy one. It seems that there is always something going on, whether it be a club meeting, play practice, band rehearsal, or just study. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE WINNER IS . . .I - Texas High school elections are made at the All-School Social. Others watch as students show their approval as announcements of the results of the Jerry Bonham and Jeff Harmon shovy approval. After weeks of tryouts and campaign- ing, the Student Council president, vice- president, cheerleaders, maiorettes and editors were announced at the All-School Social. Fellowship of Christian Athletes spon- sored the Intramural Track Meet. All clubs participated in the meet. Money raised was donated to the Hugh O'Donald Leu- kemia Funds. Tiger staff positions were announced at the annual Yearbook banquet. Shelia Kennedy and Joey Wuertz were announced co-editors of the l975 Tiger. Priscilla McLeroy and Jimmy Livesay were named co-editors of Tiger Times at the All-School Social. 'Ten Little Indians' was presented as the Senior play. Money raised was used to finance the Senior Prom. Members of FTA taught at various ele- mentary schools, an annual event which gives them a chance to be in a classroom. lf: iw ALRIGHT, WHO WAS THAT? - Juniors Beverly Morrison and Debbie Mosely spend the day teaching classes at elementary schools in FTA. Various activities highlighted March-May HEY YOU, VOTE MATTHEW! - Junior Regina Hopwood takes UP AND AWAY! - Junior Susan Owen participates in the Intra- Supertly's lGene Fortel order in a bar during a campaign skit. mural Track Meet sponsored by FCA held in April. SENIOR TOP TEN AWARDED -Top row: Richard Berry, Jerry Bon- Kathy Williamson, Leslie Thompson, Fred Timberlake, Lisa Ward ham, Cherri Flowers, Sue Hicks and Linda Reynolds. Bottom row: and Michael Ward. Activities, work, cmd fun filled summer months IS THIS THE RIGHT AMOUNT? - Mrs. Glover, yearbook adviser, ness manager. Members of the staff met several times during the collects money from Suzanne Gass and gives it to Paul Mathis, busi- summer to collect ads and make assignments. DID I GET IT ALL? - Cheerleader Susan Owen packs the necessities for camp at SMU, July 29 through August 2. GREAT CATCH, DAVID - Carolyn Barnes watches as David Steelman catches the Frisbee thrown to him by one of his friends. As summer got underway, THS stu- dents found themselves busier than ever. Many of them found summer jobs in vari- ous capacities. Those who wished to fur- ther their education attended summer school. Classes began at 7:OO each morning and continued until noon. THS cheerleaders practiced twice daily during the months of July and August. They were rewarded for their work when they returned from SMU cheerleading camp with top honors. Boys' State delegates traveled to Aus- tin to attend the camp at the University of Texas. Texas Lutheran College was the site of Girls' State Camp in June. News- paper staffers attended a week-long workshop in Austin. FCA camp in Russell- ville, Ark. was attended by five members of the THS club. Football players began working out in mid-August in preparation for their first game. The annual Booster Club waterme- lon supper was held in their honor on the evening of August l9. Students picked up their schedules on August i4 and 15, and a long summer came to an end when classes resumed at 8:20 on August 26. C F5""N--. THANK YOU - Steve Schoen puts groceries in a car GIVE ME A BIG SLICE - James Michael and Harry Goldsmith are served wat- at K-Mart Foods where he worked this summer. ermelon by Coach Goff and other members of the Booster Club. IF WE CAN GET THESE OUT NOW! - Jim Biskin helps Mr. Jody ALL THE WAY TO STATE! - Belinda Williams wears a pillow Ramsey distribute ring order pamphlets to juniors. case to help symbolize spirit for the coming game. SHOULD IT MEAN THlS MUCH TO ME? - Each person, in his own whole student body on drugs, the effects from bad to worse. His way, is listening to the Evangelist Freddy Gage, who spoke to the words mean different things to different people. Fall set pace for an extremely eventful year ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR - Major- time to the beat of the Texas High School Marching Band. The event ettes Barbara Stephenson, Betty Pitchford, and Diane Graves keep is the Four States Fair Parade. The back to school rumble kept THS students on their toes, trying to get used to their new schedules and in some cases to a new school. There were very few cur- ricular activities going on at first, but later on Juniors met with the people from Bal- four about ring orders. The orders were taken on September 9. During the same week clubs went on drives to recruit new members trying to reach new heights in membership. Also during that week Year- book pictures were taken. A special delight to most Texas High students was the rival game between the mighty Tigers and the ferocious Razor- backs. This game brought the bi-city together and started out a hopeful foot- ball season. Student Council sponsored a sock hop in honor of the beginning Sophomores. PTSA later had a membership drive. In its effort to achieve 10070 membership it offered a free hour to the students. K ,,,,,., J ..... fm ' 7 - lui M. i I'M SO HAPPY l COULD CRY! - James Michael gives .Ian Timberlak e a big hug after she is crowned Homecoming Queen for the 1974-75 school year. Winter festivities enlightened school days LOOKS LIKE IT WOULD BE WORTHWHILE - Yearbook Co-Editor sports writer Kim Gorum take notes on the sports writing seminar Joey Wuertz, iunior photographer Randall Brown, and Tiger Times they attended during their stay in Denton. December was highlighted with the Junior play, "Time Out For Ginger," and the visit made by Santa Clause himself. Also this month the Yearbook and Tiger Times staffs went to the High School Press Association meetings in Denton, and the All Language Festival included members of all four foreign clubs and a variety of favorite dishes from each area. The Pep Squad sponsored a dance in honor of Sadie Hawkins. Government classes participated in a mock conven- tion, where the usual procedures of a convention were followed. February was the month for sweet- hearts. On Valentine's Day AY distrib- uted carnations and on the 15 Rosebuds held a dance especially for the club's sweethearts. The Musical, 'Carousel' ran from 19-20. CoEd HiY members attended State Convention 20-22. Finally in Febru- ary students were engaged in their quar- ter exams. I'LL TRADE YOU SEVEN - Special delegates Bruce Strawn, Mike Smith, and Mark Young negotiate at the Know-Nothing party's Convention. HO HO HO, MERRY CHRISTMAS! - It's good ol' Mike lSanta Clausl Eckstein who's passing out candy canes. LET'S GET 'EM, QUICK! - Seniors David Perry and Traci Skinner splatter the photographer with a bunch of snowballs. HERE THEY ARE, THE 1974-75 CLUB SWEETHEARTSI - Ginger Wreyford, A Cappella Choir, Susan Owens, Allied Youth, Jane Knight, Art Club, Bonnie Henderson, Band, Venetia Terrell, Chess Club, Nathelma Haywood, CoEd Hi-Y, Mary McGrane, Credit Union, Marla Head, Debate, Linda Altenbaumer, Deca I, Tina Orr, Deca ll, Tina Thomas, FCA, Lisa Alred, FFA, Andrea Jefferson, FHA I, Susan Gumm, FHA II, Marva Davenport, FHA Ill, Not pictured is Jeanice Middleton for FHA IV, Carla Carpenter, FHA-HERO, Susan Clements, French Club, Betsy Cook, Thespians, Lauralee Young, German Club, Medley Atkinson, Key Club, Belinda Williams, Latin Club, Susan Reed, National Honor Society, Carla Rogers, OEA I, Karen Copeland, OEA II, Kay Myers, Pep Squad, Paula Mathis, Press Club, Mildred Cook, Spanish Club, Elizabeth Lucy, Student Council, Denise Dukes, Tahos I, Kandis Turner, Tahos ll, Melody Holmes, Library Club, Paula Simpson, FTA, Pam Spriggs, Tiger Times, Kathy Parmley, Rosebuds, Karen Stacy, VICA Cosmetology, Cindy Langford, ICT: Tammy McAIister, VICA Radio and TV, Traci Skinner, Yearbook. I LIKE YOUR CORSAGEl - Senior Cliff Hawk, and iuniors, Patty Sadie Hawkins dance, which was sponsored by the Pep Squad, was Holmes, Pam Spriggs, Paul Miller, Tony Elam, and sophomore Sher- held in January. ilyn Henry admire the corsages the girls made for the guys. The THS parties and dances brought entertainment Starting off the i974-l 975 school year with parties and dances was the Sophomore "Sock Hop" which was held in the Student Center September 24. The dress was in the style of the 5O's. The band was 'Cross Tie Junction.' THS Homecoming dance was held November 15 in the Student Center. The band was 'Cross Tie Junction.' The dress was formal. Sadie Hawkins dance was held on Jan- uary l7, sponsored by the Pep Squad. The dress was country style. The "Soul Providers" presented the music. At this dance the girls got a chance to take the guys out. The annual Rosebud dance was held February l5, 1975. Sweethearts were announced and the band was 'Sweet Cider.' The dress was formal. The parties and dances gave the students a form of entertainment. SLOW GROOVIN' - Students take time out from the fast pace of today to a slow dance of yesterday at the Sophomore Sock Hop held in September. lm is Texas High Plays - "That's Entertainment!" Again this year, three plays were presented by the drama department. The Junior Play was presented on the nights of December 2, 3, and 4. The All-School Musical was presented Febru- ary I9-22. The Senior Play was not presented until after press time. "Time Out For Ginger" was put on by the junior class to raise money for their prom. Star- ring in the play was Fred Norton. He portrayed the father of Ginger iLesa Youngl, the first girl in her high school to make the varsity football team. Also in the play were Debbie Henry, Martha Humphreys, David Joseph, Karla Rog- ers, Debbie Thomsen, Randy White, and Bill Tinsley. The Texas High music and drama depart- ments combined their talents to perform "Car- ousel," the All-School Musical. Starring in the Rogers and Hammerstein production were Susan Owen, Tracy Jones, James Michael, Ginger Wreyforcl, Julie Patterson, and Lisa i Jones. I I MAN THIS IS FUN -Juniors Tony Elam and Richard Cook, musical danc- ers, practice on dance routines during play practice. DON'T BE SO SURE - Fred Norton and Debra Henry warn Randy White about dating their daughter, Ginger. BLOW HIGH - Billy lTracey Jonesl and Jigger Uames Michaell practice on their singing selections during warm-up before rehearsal. se A DOZEN CARNATIONS TO ROOM 42 - AY members Fred How- they distribute them to the various homerooms. AY, having topped ard, Wilma Waller and Carol Chiarizio sort out carnations before past sales, sold over 5000 carnations this year. Mr. David Bean Members of Allied Youth con- tinued the fight against alcohol- ism and drug problems this year. Activities and meetings, held once a month, included socials, carnation sales, a Southwest Conference in the Spring, and drug seminars conducted in area schools. Points were awarded to members for various services rendered. Those members with enough points collected were able to attend the Allied Youth conference. Allied Youth officers were Jeff Williams, president, Kay Myers, program chairman, Billy Raney, socials chairman, Susan Owen, membership chairman, Pam Pavatt, publicity chairman, and Billy Case, sgt-at-arms. Mrs. David Bean served as sponsor. 24 assumed sponsorship for AY FlFTY-SIX AND - Jeff Williams, Susan Owen and Mr. David Bean tally the amount of carnations sold for Valentine's Day. Student Council works hard to satisfy students A The I974-75 Student Council worked hard to bring about bet- ter relations between the stu- dents, and to attain things wanted by the student body. The Council conducted the school store, made intercom announce- ments, helped to promote school dances, and planned homeroom activities. Officers for the year were Jim Bishkin, president, David Vam- men, vice-president, Mary McGrane, secretary, Frank Pryor, treasurer, and Keith Fra- zier, parliamentarian. Mrs. R. C. Hamilton was the sponsor. The Council consisted of members elected by the stu- dents to represent their home- rooms and the officers. SO THAT'S WHAT HAPPENED - Cindy Posey and Jeff Williams listen as the secretary reads the minutes from the last meeting. ANY VOLUNTEERS? - Jim Bishkin and Burt Clem try desperately to get someone to help sing a proposed fight song. WHAT FLAVOR CERTS? - Frank Pryor, manager ofthe Student Store, waits on students during mornings and lunch. Co-ed Hi-Y maintained Christian character ,T i .iseluw ,,, , - .k--' Q l WE'Ll. DO THIS - Mr. Willie Boyd and Shelia Kennedy discuss AT SIX WE - Co-ed Hi-Y members Debra Hawkins and Lagar- plans for the state convention which is held in February. dia Washington discuss the events of the District meeting. Members in Co-ed Hi-Y at THS were involved in community services. Preparing young peo- ple for responsibilities as a citi- zen was one ot the main pur- poses of Co-ed Hi-Y. Various members attended the district meeting in Longview, Texas. Three members were elected to attend the state meet- ing in Austin, Texas. Other mem- bers attended the meeting for bill legislation. Cfficers were Shelia Ken- nedy, president, Jerry Philips, vice-president, Karen Williams, secretary-treasurer, Paula Mathis, reporter, Sharon Scott, parliamentarian, Hattie Wash- ington, chaplain. Sponsor of Co- ed Hi-Y was Mr. Willie Boyd. I +- WATCH THAT SPEAKER - Seniors Karl Harris, Jerry Philips, and Karen Williams keep an eye on the speaker during a Co-ed Hi-Y meeting. ,5M, , J t T, ,weft MAN, WHAT A PUZZLING PREDICAMENT - Chess Club mem- each other to determine who has the strongest playing ability bers, senior Shawn Walker and sophomore Scott Atkins get between themselves. together one afternoon after a Chess Club meeting to challenge Members 'mproved their chess-playing abilities Any student that was inter- ested in acquiring a greater knowledge and skill in the game of chess had the opportunity to join Chess Club this year. Other than an interest in chess, there were no requirements. Beginning members learned the different pieces and procedures used in playing the game. Some of the activities that were planned for its members were quarterly din- ner meetings and intra-club chess tournaments. The officers for this year's Chess Club were David Deibert, president, and Tim Overstreet, EOR THE NEXT MEETING - chess Club president David Deibert and vice-presr vice-president. The sponsor was dent Tim Overstreet plan possibilities for the upcoming meetings. Mr. George Schelkopf. FTA members involved in various activ'ties Building character and pro- moting interest in the careers of education were the main goals of Future Teachers of America. FTA activities included student teaching, making I.D. cards, attending conventions, and ush- ering at various meetings. FTA also assisted TSTA with their activities. A point system was used by members to allow them to attend state conventions and practice teaching at elementary schools. Paula Simpson served as 1974-75 FTA president. Julie Patterson and Carla Chasteen, vice-president, Debbie Year- wood and Resa Harris, secretar- ies, Cliff Gobin, treasurer, and Janie Bally, historian. READY FOR ANOTHER ONE - Ginny Hathoot, Mildred Cook, and Resa Harris work o n the FTA float to be entered in the Homecoming Parade. IT ALL ADDS UP - Mrs. Pinkner and Mrs. Fitzhugh make last min- JUST WHAT IS YOUR QUESTION? - Junior Resa Harris steps ute checks of points of students eligible to go to state. into the role ofa geography teacher for the day. ..-w-'P' THE MEETING WILL NOW COME TO ORDER- Library Club offi- cuss what they have planned for the next meeting while Diane cers Dennis Sutton, president, and Bill Nicklas, vice-president, dis- Schlonga, secretary, takes the minutes. Scrapbook wins third at TALA Conference Students that were willing to participate as library assistants, willing to work at least two and one-half hours a week, and to attend at least six of the eight meetings met the only require- ments of Library Club. They strove to arouse and to encourage interest in librarian- ship as a profession, and to sup- port the district and state Teen- Age Library Association. Club members worked in study halls, after school, and on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Officers were Dennis Sutton, president, Bill Nickalas, vice- president, Diane Schlonga, sec- retary, Melodie Holmes, histo- rian, and Oliver Burroughs and Glen Swarts, photographers. QW? COULD I HELP YOU? - Felitia Pree, library assistant, asks Carlita Smith and Larry Threadgill if she can help them locate a particular book. WHAT'S NEXT? - Paul Coleman, John McDowell, Clif'f Hawk, and Steve Crowe sing to promote the Homecoming mum sales. BIG D - Vice-president Steve Schoen and secretary Billy Rainey discuss plans to attend Key Club convention in Dallas. Key Club sold mums for Homecoming '74 Key Club, a service organiza- tion whose main objective was to develop character and lead- ership in young men, was spon- sored bythe Texarkana Kiwanis. During the year, the club helped on a Christmas drive for the Salvation Army, attended Kiwanis luncheons, sold mums for Homecoming, and spon- sored several service programs for the community. Members traveled to Dallas for the Texas- T Oklahoma District Key Club yyggg at Convention. D it D O f fi c e r s w e r e K e i th F r a z i e r , T s president, Steve Schoen, vice- pregidenti Billy Rqney, gecrefqryi THEY'RE HERE - Senior Key Club members Keith Frazier and Mike Taylor exam- and David Vammen, treasurer. 30 ine the Homecoming mums before distributing them to students in homeroom. Rosebuds helped beautify campus and community JUST THIRTY MORE TO GLUE - Rosebud president, Kathy Parmley, works on name tags for the Texas State Teachers's Association meeting. This year's goal for Rosebud Garden Club was to meet the National Council's obiectives through programs that brought phases of gardening. Programs which helped to carry out that goal were under the theme "The Art of Living." Some of the programs under this theme were handicrafts, Christ- mas decorations, putting up lit- terbug signs and planting flow- ers. T974-75 officers were Kathy Parmley, president, Ann Burch, vice-president, Martha Hum- pheys, secretary, Betsy Cook, dues and funds treasurer, Vicki Melde, tour treasurer, and Nancy McKinney, historian. HOW ARE WE SUPPOSED TO DO THIS? - Sophomore Rosebud painting the wooden handicrafts, that they are making for Christ- members Lisa Hughes, Leta Leslie, and iunior Nancy Bunch are mas gifts during their meeting for the month of October. Thespians created interest in theater arts To improve the standards of the Dramatic Arts in the second- ary schools and to involve stu- dents who were interested in dramatics were the main goals and purposes of Thespians. Students in the organization worked on all plays. Activities included initiating new members, having monthly meetings, taking trips to Shreveport to the Barn Dinner Theater, viewing Centen- ary and Texarkana College plays, and providing entertain- ment for organizations. The only requirement for becoming a member of Thespians was to have a satisfactory grade on a point system according to partic- ipation in school productions. Thespian officers were Betsy Cook, president, Fred Howard, vice-president, Lisa Jones, secre- tary, Bruce Mounsey, treasurer, and Ginger Wreyford, clerk. THIS IS THE WAY YOU DO IT - Sophomore Bo Bean goes over an act he will perform in a play for Thespians at one of their club meetings. HE'S A VERY HANDSOME GUY-Juniors Vanessa Goree, Laura thespians Susan Owen and Lisa Jones discuss the guy Susan is Lowe, Kathy West and sophomore Ann Howard sweep and listen to going to marry. Carousel was presented four nights. MY NOTES SAY - Sophomore debater William Morris reads a quote from his notes that helps verify what he is debating. BUT ACCORDING TO THIS - Junior Fred Norton argues his side ofa debate by using note cards from his file. Debate Club members taught speaking techniques RIGHT HERE - Debate Club co-presidents, Marla Head and Denn McClendon search their file boxes for the affirmative side of their debate. is Furthering the interest and knowledge of debate processes was the main purpose and goal of Debate Club. Activities included hosting the Texas High Speech Festival, meeting monthly, participating in inter- scholastic tournaments, repre- sentating Texas High a UIL com- petition, and sponsoring fund raising project. Students were taught the importance of detailed preparation, making decisions in selecting evidence, arguments, and assembling Debate Club. Officers of Debate Club for i974-75 were Marla Kaye Head and Dennis McClendon, co-pres- idents, Julie Reaves, treasurer, and Fred Norton, librarian. Members shared their iournalistic interests Programs aimed toward students interested in familiarizing themselves with occupations in journalism were offered by Press Club. Programs this year included a slide presentation given by a professional photographer, a tour of the Arkansas High school graphics department, a talk by reporter Steve McAdoo of the TEXARKANA GAZETTE, and different dinner meetings. The club sponsored a float in the Homecoming Parade on which sweetheart Paula Mathis rode. Officers for this year were Joey Wuertz, president, Cindy Langford, vice-president, Paula Mathis, sece- tary-treasurer, and program chair- men, Steve Nobles and Sam Wads- worth. HOW ABOUT MONDAY - Dennis McClendon, Cindy Langford, Vice President and Joey Wuertz, President, decided on a date for the next meeting THE LlFE OF A DJ - Disc jockey James Taylor speaks at a Press Club meeting while sponsor Mrs. Eulamae Moore looks on. IH? GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS - After a dinner meeting Ran dall Brown and Nancy Bunch listen to the speaker THESE THINGS WE WILL REMEMBER - FHA I officers, Andrea Jef- tarian, Elizabeth Raney, third vice-president, and Debbie Taylor, ferson, secretary, Felicia Pree, historian, Mary Jackson, Parliamen- president review the club scrapbook. FHA I centered activities on ten purposes 3 ONE OF MY STUDENTS MADE THIS - Mrs. Mae Patterson, sponsor for FHA I, proudly shows a vase that was made for a home experience. Future Homemakers of Ameri- ca's goal was to help youth take their place in society through home economics education. Activities included a recycling proiect, a picnic, and service at the PTSA Banquet. Chapter I officers were Deb- bie Taylor, president, Seraphine Toliver, first vice-president, Jo Ann Walker, second vice-presi- dent, Elizabeth Raney, third vice-president, Jennifer Collier, fourth vice-president, Linda Strong, fifth vice-president, Andrea Jefferson, secretary, Felicia Pree, historian, Mary Jackson, parliamentarian, Susie Watson, sgt.-at-arms, and Lillian Irving, treasurer. FHA ll developed interest 'n the commun'ty Chapter ll participated in a recycling project and in state meetings. Stamped Christmas cards were sent to Terrell State Hospital for patients to use. They did babysitting at PTSA meetings. Officers were Sandra Page, president, Cindy Reavis, first vice-president, Ellen Vick, sec- ond vice-president, Diane John- son, third vice-president, Teresa Hampton, fourth vice-president, Linda Brazile, fifth vice-presi- dent, Debbie Simpson, secre- tary, Susan Gumm, historian, Edna Hopkins, parliamentarian, Peggy Tubb, sgt.-at-arms, and Kay Walraven, treasurer. A. yytcs . ls T. jg .. f fr- 2 1 S 4 me ' f ' r l ts r if Sa, , usp. -tw,-...-fl -tl.. , Q ft QQQT 5 . THIS lS AN lDEA - Mrs. Grace Koller gives her attention to one ofthe girls who has iust made a new suggestion regarding their recycling proiect. LOOK HERE - FHA ll officers looking at the scrapbook are: lsit- lstandingl Theresa Hampton, fourth vice-president, Diana Johnson, tingl Cindy Reavis, first vice-presidentp Sandra Page, President, third vice-president, and Debbie Simpson, secretary. -it FHA Ill OFFICERS - Lynne Rogers, president, Debra Franklin, first Davenport, secretary, Helen Shaw, historian, Virginia Johnson, par- vice-president, Shelia Sanders, second vice-president, Patricia Lott, liamentarian, Algie Granger, sgt.-at-arms, and Regina Golston, third vice-president, Jo Ann White, fifth vice-president, Marva treasurer, FHA lll explored ways for better living LET ME SEE WHAT YOU'VE DONE - FHA Ill sponsor, Mrs. Betty Neinast, takes a look ata student's proiect in holiday crafts and foods. FHA Ill took part in all the activities THS chapters planned for the l974-75 school year. Members collected stamps for Tubfirm. Funds from this project were used to help T.B. patients. Advisor of FHA Ill was Mrs. Betty Neinast. Officers were Lynne Rogers, president, Debra Franklin, first vice-president, Sheila Sanders, second vice- president, Patricia Lott, third vice-president, Jo Ann White, fifth vice-president, Marva Davenport, secretary, Helen Shaw, historian, Virginia John- son, parliamentarian, Algia Granger, sgt.-at-arms, and Regi- nia Golston, treasurer. A new chapter of FHA was offered at Texas High. Purposes included providing opportunities in both decision making and assuming responsibilities. Officers for the year in FHA IV were Sondra Shaw, presi- dent, Rita McGinnis, first vice- president, Jeanice Middleton, second vice-president, Donna Simpson, third vice-president, Bertha Brooks, fourth vice-presi- dent, Abbi Sutton, fifth vice- president, Marla Head, secre- tary, Cheryl Brewer, treasurer, Terri Taylor, historian, and sgt.- at-arms, Jackie Smith. Jeanice Middleton was elected club sweetheart and Randy Woo- druff was elected club beau. I , . THE MEETING WILL COME TO ORDER - Rita Vandegrift announces the opening ofa monthly meeting of Future Homemakers of America IV. Texas High gained a fourth chapter of FHA GIVE US A NICE BIG SMILE - Officers of FHA IV who-are posing Head, Cheryl Brewer, Istandingl Donna Simpson, Rita Vandegrift, for a yearbook photographer are Isittingi Jacqueline Smith, Marla Bertha Brooks, and Terri Taylor. HERO-FHA explored home economics careers HERO-FHA was a profes- sional organization for students enrolled in Home Economics Cooperative Education. The club joined in the fund raising drive of UNICEF. Cartoons for Hearts was also one of the projects members took part in and worked with. Officers were Mike Joseph, president, Cherry Pride, first vice-president, Regina Weaver, second vice-president, Carla Carpenter, fourth vice-president, g p Lee Ann Davidson, secretary, Tammy Littleton, treasurer, Tina I I I ' Smith, historian, Rodney Brown, ALL EARS - Seniors Lindy Young, Carla Carpenter, and Karen Sangalli find a pCI'IIQI'T1eI'1I'CII'ICfIj CIDCI LOQCIFCIICI guest speaker's talk on maioring in a Homemaking career very intriguing. Washington, sgt.-at-arms. a tl ,T i I Q fr I U h . , . ,.. . ' MI Le! is ii' X' ew fi , . 5...-Q. . 2.55-N - 3 -. s . Q f " 5 . . . ,E l -ll 1- . its IFA 5 NX .. I ,mxtilcz y:',15-.!t'9r.L5 -... zzii '--' , :L .L Egjlvggjjgg f:4,. as Stk M if et '1s1 . I 9'1- rz: -' QQ ' c ' "HF . f.1f. .5 : " . -f:- I - ' I ia' WE HAVE WITH US TODAY - Senior Mike Joseph announces I THINK I FOUND SOMETHING - Mrs. Melba Wood leafs through the guest speaker who is going to present a slide program. a magazine for some ideas for unusual handicrafts. German Club mixed language, customs, and fun German Club's main goal was dealing extensively with the lives A y of the German people, the dif- ferent aspects of their customs, and German civilization. Activities included weiner roasts, participation in the All- Language Festival, guest speak- ers, and caroling parties with other language clubs. With the help of their spon- 7 sor, Mr. Dale Vickers, German Club officers worked very hard to prepare a good, interesting program for each meeting. Offi- cers were Fritz Maher, president, J. Leighsa Bean, vice-president, Diane Bowen, secretary, and Mike Rose, treasurer. WE APPRECIATE YOUR COMING - Mr. Dale Vickers tells Mrs. Linda Deak how glad they are to have her speak at a German Club meeting. ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS - German club members, Janet play showing how Christmas is celebrated in a German household Arnold, Becky Browing, Dan Williams, and Leighsa Bean present a for the All-Language Festival held in December. 2.5116 'erm VE ?'Jiff 2 CLU6 AN005 HW 2 5 If XVOTBUV4 !VOMf . . is ' ' 0 ' 'V I' ' LS' fill 'FFS li. Q g Q i.'. wks, ifvs-F3332 .V Q ' n 1 50' ' V ' 55f'5fiif?5'Q5f?5 .t!.l ...is c:kRsark..,sV5k n ' Q' si ' ' 'hex 'ff Q' fffwfff is :A ' 0 an ", 'fn 2 i ' gs 5 u Q Q ' 4 ' 1 U Q 'Q M ' L 5 I. an . Q ity , J V Q K . s Q xkkk ., , K' Q 1 D . 5 ' A' X "'L " A 5 V Q G Q 'K 5'-T: 7f'1"4 ,Q u : ,, . 'K . . Q 6. r,::.i::i Q ,Q +I l v, 0 v . ev , . , s ', as .,g, is x S m 'g ' ,SY Q, 4, Q 0 ' Q v...ar,e Q Y ,'.-.f u".4f"' TOUJOURS MOI? - French Club member Cindy Young fills out an order for the perfume the club is selling. I .. - YOU MADE A GOOD CHOICE - Sophomore Martha Cook watches as iunior Susan Clements votes for French club sweetheart. Frenchmen's life studied through activities NOW THAT'S A GOOD IDEA - Mrs. Sue Kimbro laughs with Patricia Williams and Amy Duncan at a suggestion made at the January French Club meeting. French Club encouraged the use of the French language out- side the classroom and furthered the students' knowledge of and interest in French-speaking coun- tries, their people, and their cus- toms. Some of the activities included weiner roasts, games in French, the Christmas All-Lan- guage festival, Mardis Gras cel- ebration and the French ban- quet. The only requirements for membership was to be enrolled in French class or to have suc- cessfully completed two years of the language. French Club officers were Bruce Mounsey, president, Susan Hooks, vice-president, Laura Lowe and Leesa Stroman, secretaries, Nathelma Hay- wood, treasurer, and Chaula Rona, historian. Activities taught members language and culture To encourage further study of the Spanish language, literature, and culture was the goal and purpose of Spanish club. Activi- ties included picincs, dinner meetings at El Chicos, outside speakers, skating, and participa- tion in the All-Language Festival where members wore various articles of Spanish clothing. EI Circulo de Espas' vocabulary in a fun and amusing way. Officers for the I974-75 school year were Scott McCloud, president, Ford Crane, vice-president, Kay Myers, sec- retary, and David Joseph, trea- surer. I. 'frf 2 K-l,7Aw..f I ,K4.ItI..,,.,,.I,f.Q.wfzfsw-Q- GIVE ME YOUR ATTENTION! - Spanish Club president, Scott McCloud, instructs on voting procedure for club sweetheart. I I I I I I I I I I I TRY AGAIN, MIKE - At the All-Language festival Spanish CIub's EI Cid, Mike , Young, tries to break the pinata while club members look on. I I I .. ,lygy I I READY TO ROLL - Juniors Nancy Bunch and Diane Schlonga lace up their skates at a January Spanish Club meeting. SAY MY DOLL IS DRESSED BETTER THAN YOURS - Lfllifl Club the celebration of a popular holiday back in the days of the Roman members Jim Foster, Elizabeth Lucy, and John Dodge demonstrate Empire which included wine and gifts. Latin Club activities centered around zodiac OURS IS BETTER THAN YOURS - Latin god, Cary Rochelle, watches the skits at the All-Language Festival with Mike Rose, German King. Selecting gods and goddesses to reign over the monthly meet- ings, which centered around mythology, was one of the main functions of Latin Club. Some of the activities planned for this year were a weiner roast at Spring Lake Park, a Roman banquet, the singing of Christ- mas carols, and participation in the All-Language Festival. These activities helped to develop an awareness and an appreciation of Rome, its people, its customs, and civilization. Latin Club officers for the 1974-75 school year were Elaine Hubbard, president, Michael Shepherd, vice-presi- dent, Cathy Fountain, secretary, and Tom Young, treasurer. X ' , , ,ffl WN... ,,,,,,,,,, , ' I n ,Lm1'Q, KEEP THAT STRAIGHT - Senior D.E. student Jeff Elam draws posters for DECA club officer elections. Q " r,kh, , f' ' WE'RE PROUD - Senior Theresa Rigdon, parliamentarian ds plays the DECA I scrapbook which won second place Deca I students participated in competitions DECA I IDistributive Education Clubs of America, students found themselves developing leadership and a sense of responsibility in the fields of dis- tribution this year. DECA I participated in the homecoming parade, in area and state competitions, and in many fund-raising activities. I974-75 officers were Linda Altenbaumer, president, David Raney, vice-president, Candy Attaway, secretary, Ginger Gammill, treasurer, Debbie Tay- lor, reporter, Theresa Rigdon, parliamentarian, and Steve DeLaughter, Sgt-at-arms. Spon- sor was Mr. Bill Cranfill. WILL THAT BE ALL? - DECA I members Greg Tyl and Linda Altenbaumer prac tice checking products and customer courtesy in their D.E. class. DECA ll taught students civic obligations i l 1 h ---,,ww-wa., . . -'.-- .. amz - ' ., f ' -- -'-- ' V ' V' ' 'V ki'-is - m.-vA,..-, PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT - Leonard Braley, Deco member, studies for the test he must take before he can go to state competition. Serving as a key to the world of business, DECA ll taught students an appreciation of civic and social obligations. DECA displayed the accomplishments of the Distrib- utive Education program at THS. As a requirement for the club, members had to be enrolled in a distributive education class. Each member paid local, state, and national dues. Officers were Mary Wood, president, Roy Wood, vice- president, James Carter, secretary, Mike Hawkins, treasurer, Eric Vic- tor, reporter, David Putman, Sgt- at-arms, Elaine Johnson, Historian, and Donald Carter, Parliamenta- rian. DECA II was sponsored by Mr. Minard Jackson this year. THE DECA ll OFFICERS FOR THE 1974-75 SCHOOL YEAR ARE - Wood, vice-president, and Ronnie Millican pose with the DECA ll lleft to rightl Mary Wood, president, Mike Hawkins, treasurer, Roy emblem for a yearbook photographer. Students in Industrial Cooper- ative Training UCTJ learned the tricks of the trade of several dif- ferent occupations this year. Their schedule included taking required courses plus a one hour ICT class where they were trained by Mr. Sam Dickens on work techniques pertaining to their iobs. The main purpose of the program was to instruct stu- dents in a field which would be useful to them after graduation. Members were involved with building floats for the homecom- ing parade and competing in district skill contests. Officers were Tim Jordan, president, Randy Neal, vice- president, Eddie Stoken, sgt.-at- arms, Tommy Endsley, secretary, Len Lawrence, reporter, and Mack Thomas, treasurer. , ,st ,. V, 77,8 -' .law X' L- , M 1 it V 1 .... , , L ,..,,. at S -. 9 -. .... . ., V L 1 W -1:-f,-:v iii 3 ' Q ' 1 ,, ' .. 1 I l 1 nin e, tm .. u --f-f f ' f f ' f L 1 ..ff 'S : m t-is ."'1 '?'i6-11: W, .. Wie: fN6"k' f.:-:'f:2:1V' f ' T5 I ,z , , if , 1 e llfll , '57 ,. I sirsl wi el li, :fs--,,1.,-.,... - -' V. 15. - . I ,--' Y Q K . A s A , it s H ,, . -' J ' ' ,, L ..,,. ,.,. f i r' -11':.t1i3-sift-z-If 'EEQZHLQ-seas.H-sa-avmkwz-L34zmQ!f,is1g:5f" 213za-fmw:aiF5?1rsi,,ig ,viii-:HQ wfee'rss,fa,gif-ngtwri-,-Qnwfyzgimt,an 1 ,,., s ,- V ' -'ss --s' , ,- ' LEND ME YOUR EARS - Mr. Sam Dickens, sponsor for ICT, asks his students if they are prepared to take notes on the lecture he is about to give. ICT members improved trade skills for iobs I'M THE YO-YO CHAMP - The l974-75 lCT officers are Mr. Sam reporter, Tommy Endsley, secretary, Eddie Stoken, sgt-at-arms Dickens, sponsor, Mock Thomas, treasurer, Len Lawrence, Randy Neal, vice-president, and Tim Jordan, president. 46 l VICA prepared them for the world of work CAN l MAKE A SUGGESTION? - De Otta Wheeler makes a sug- gestion at a VICA meeting concerning what they could do at their We " " 45 ,el , ,. ,t . f r D 6. ff.. ' ELSE-+2:H5Q,'1',ZZf-:fig-Q" ,' s ,C ,. 'Haj 5 fx -- :K '24 1552? ' I' 'Q ,f 2 ,it-117, . H 5-2 1 ll ." 1f--elfxv - i 5 - ,V , wg- ,ist tmff'fL:'U,.z,w2wwf' 61:22-efiifseazzv-e,' " wr '21 -aw r ' wi , wwf' it . K ' . , i , - - l, s to . 5 . . , it 3, ii' V . . . , .la , f ., , - Y . .f f .f f - 1, H - t , , la - , f - U - -A" - ,rw-xgggg-wffmsx , ' --1 f. , ' 1' k ' I i H -w'f1"f'gg it,, . . ' V 5 'V 'wlfifffnl Kfgftifrj- ' St: 22,1 'Z , , in:'L-if522,-QfwE21i5t5E'EfEiii.52,2' ' '1f 't34f'f' J "ill, ,Qf..fiEii:Q.ifg , J ONLY HER HAIRDRESSER KNOWS FOR SURE - Senior cosmetologist Bernice Riggs styles Mrs. Johnnie Glover's hair on beauty shop day. next meeting. Cynthia Moore looks on as Elizabeth Lee, president and Tammy McAllister, secretary, take notes. Learning a trade and helping in life with other people were the main objectives of VICA. Juniors and seniors only were allowed to participate in VICA cosmetol- ogy. ln their iunior year, they experimented and worked with each others hair. In their senior year, they worked during the day, and on Thursday evenings were given the chance to work as professional beauticians at Tigerland Beauty Salon. Officers for VICA cosmetol- ogy were Elizabeth Lee, presi- dent, Pam Whitaker, vice-presi- dent, Tammy McAllister, secre- tary, Bernice Riggs, parliamenta- rian, De Otta Wheeler, trea- surer, Connie Thurston, sgt.-at- arms, Diane Hawkins, historians, and Cynthia Moore, reporter. OEA I encouraged vocational off'ce careers Developing interest in the American business system and providing experience in this field was a major accomplishment of Office Education Association IOEAI this year. Activities included club socials, area, state, and national competition with other clubs, Employer-Employee Banquet, and professional speakers of different professions. OEA I officers were Becky Looney, president, Mary Cowart, vice-president, Jan Faunt Le Roy, secretary, Kim Looney, treasurer, Reba Smith, reporter, and Karen Copeland, historian. Serving as sponsors were Mrs. Virginia Morrow and Mrs. Susan Briggs. THIS IS IMPORTANT - Mrs. Susan Briggs, OEA sponsor, tells Mary Cowart what she will have to study to prepare herself for competition. .If 5 cgirgr PRETTY ASAPICTURE?-Serving as OEA officers are Kim Looney, Karen Copeland, historian, Mary Coward, vice-president, Reba treasurer, Becky Looney, president, Jan Faunt Leroy, secretary, Smith, reporter, and Sherry Posey. NO MISTAKES PLEASE - Senior Kim Looney practices typing letters during her VOE lab where she learns secretarial trades. JUST A FEW MORE - Senior Karen Copeland runs a copy- ing machine at the Texas High administration office. OEA ll members increased career knowledge l , Senior students who were interested in office iobs and had successfully completed a year in VOE lab could be enrolled in OEA ll lOffice Education Associ- ationl. Their schedules included half a day of class and half a day of working at various office iobs around town. Members were involved with Toys for Tots collections, a Christmas party, money-making proiects, and many field trips, as well as competition in business management, typing, shorthand, and office prodecures. Officers for the past year were Becky Looney, president, Mary Cowart, vice-president, Jan Faunt LeRoy, secretary, Kim I HOPE I HEARD THAT CORRECTLY - Junior vos student Nancy Baird types me Looney' lreasurerf Reba Sm'll" letter that is being dictated to her by the dictaphone. reporter, and Karen Copeland, historian. NOT AS EASY AS IT LOOKS! - Laboratory assistant, Pam Weaver, demonstrates part of the process of blood analysis. HOLD IT RIGHT THERE - As a TAHOS member at Wadley Hos- pital Jeff Hatfield learns about the lab machines. Health occupations furthered health careers Health Occupations is designed to impart knowledge and develop understanding ofthe skills required to support a health career job. TAHOS lTexas Association of Health Occupations Studentsj pro- motes on the job training and teaches health care and services tor patients for those enrolled in a vocational iob program. TAHOS met the second Tuesday of each month. Members sold candy to raise money for activities and pre- pared a float for Homecoming. Several members participated in an area and district competition with other students. I'LL TAKE THIS ONE - Checking trays is iust one of the iobs of Patty DeSantis, Jackie Ford, and Judy Van Hooser, all members of TAHOS. fi FFA'ers took part in ivestock exhibitions Qj THIS LITTLE PIG WENT TO MARKET - Dewey Cannady shows Angie Martin the pig pen with its piglets in Old McDonald's Barnyard. Members of the Future Farm- ers of America developed com- petent, agricultural leadership to become successful farmers. Activities included the sale of citrus fruits, children's barnyard at the Four States Fair, and the Ft. Worth Fat Stock Show. They also entered contests in forestry and meat judging as well as leadership contests in radio and public speaking. Requirements were either to be enrolled or to have had vocational agriculture. Officers were Mark Treas president, Doug Duncan, vice- president, Danny Briggs, secre- tary, Joe Gauntt, treasurer, Jerry Power, reporter, and Roy Singleton, sentinel. I SERVING FFA - Pictured above are Lisa Alred, co-sweetheart, Joe sweetheart, Roy Singleton, sentinel, Mark Treas, president, Danny Gauntt, treasurer, Jerry Power, reporter, Debbie Simpson, co- Briggs, secretary, and Doug Duncan, vice-president. 51 WELL, WHAT DO YOU THINK? - FCA president Billy Case shows members the Tiger "T-shirts" that they will sell. YOU GO AROUND LIKE THIS - Seniors Bruce Strawn and Roger Waldrop discuss football plays before the game. FCA developed Christian ideas among athletes Securing Christian beliefs among Texas High athletes was the purpose of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Anyone who participated in the athletic pro- gram at THS was eligible for membership in FCA. FCA sponsored intra-mural sports between clubs, the sec- ond annual Hugh O'Donnel Memorial Track Meet, and sold orange T-shirts with "Texas High" printed on them. Money raised from these proiect was used to send members to sum- mer camp in Arkansas. Billy Case was president of FCA this year. Billy Teel served as vice-president and James Michael was secretary. HERE'S AN IDEA - Billy Case, president, asks Marc Reese and Thad Harper their opinion on proiects, while Coach Tommy Younk, sponsor, looks on. Fellowship developed in Radio and TV Club - f awww 61815 IT MUST BE HERE SOMEPLACEl - Steve Finigan searches for a Radio Repair class. Students in this class were taught the fundamen- bad tube in the portable television set he is working on in his TV and tals of repairing both TV's and radios. y .,.,,.. ,W ,,,, . .ggzu trrfr - Zxzk I Vg -K A M ,,,, .:.,.,, . 1' V 4 ' 1 WHAT SEEMS TO BE WRONG? - Senior Randy Scott and Mr. Arthur Murphy watch cautiously as Jack Horner repairs a portable tape player. VICA-TV and Radio sought sim- ply to develop in students a sense of leadership, and a strong fellowship in competition. Activities were money making and sports. Radio and TV club contributed their best to com- pete in District and in State Com- petition. Officers for the 1974-75 school year were Randy Scott, president, Steve Finnigan, vice- president, Bruce Kennedy, Sgt.- at-arms, Mark McVay, secre- tary, Elywyn Green, treasurer, Tommy Thomas, reporter, Don- ald Cannon, parliamentarian, and Perry Pace, historian. Mr. Arthur Murphey was sponsor of Radio and TV VICA. Mr. Mur- phey also taught the Radio and TV Repair course. VICA attended various local competition .,....mw rag " T N' A I fi ,I ' ., . , ' I "' 52tt - - -ft'f Y6" fEY?- . ,,.,. 55.M1F1 ,,,:, , ,,.w.-.see , T .. ., - :1 ,,,. ,.... 1 , y f- i oooi. IT'S EASY TO MAKE IT A NICE CLEAN CUT! - Mr. E. F. Bell dem- onstrates an easy way to cut a long piece of wood in half, while B :L as FIT THE PIECES TOGETHER - Junior John Harris spends some time working on the proiect he is building for a grade in Building Trades. Junior Richey Patterson helps him. This method was shown to profit the students when it came to proiects. eetir if Building Trades VICA strove to develop a respect for dignity of work, to promote a high standard of workmanship, schol- arship, trade ethics, and safety, and to create among students the interest in vocational indus- trial education. In helping to ful- fill these purposes, VICA attended meetings of district, state, and national competition. Officers for 74-75 were Wal- lace Stewart, president, James Hill, vice president, David Perry, secretary, Ronnie Willis, trea- surer, Rickey Frederick, reporter, Larry Thurston, parliamentarian, Timothy Orr, sergeant-at-arms, Mr. E. F. Bell, sponsor. READY FOR A TRIAL RUN! - Darwin Hughes gets ready to go for a spin in the cart while one of his classmates comes to help adiust a part. THIS NEEDS TO BE A LITTLE TIGHTER - Robert Dodd secures a bolt on the axle. Students participated in motorcycle races THESE SPARK PLUGS LOOK GOOD ENOUGH - Ronnie Ingram and Jim Day tear down a motorcycle and check the plugs to get to the problem. Automechanics VICA Goals were to become efficient work- ers in auto mechanics, to devel- ope a deep respect for dignity of work and to develop through group activities the ability of members to plan together, organize, and carry out worth- while activities. Activities included basketball games, campouts and motorcycle races. They attended state conventions to compete against other schools. Officers of this division of VICA were Eddie Smith, presi- dent, Jim Day, vice president, Mike McKim, secretary, Rorie Clifton, sergeant-at-arms, Robert Burnett, parliamentarian, and Randy Rike, recorder. 55 Students invested savings in Credit Union 3- ,I WHO ME? - Richard Morrison, sophomore, excitedly receives the lT'S LIKE THIS - Representative Wright Patman speaks on news that he has won S50 in the credit union membership drive. financial education at one ofthe Credit Union meetings. For the second year,the Texas High Student Credit Union gave students the opportunity to invest their money into their own sawngsandloancompany The onW requnemenk for membership into the credit union was a 256 entry fee with a mini- mun1depodtotSl. The CredH Lhnon was dedgnedto gwe Mudenh an opportunity to operate the credit lnnon and an educaHon in Hnances Serving the Credit Union as the Board ot Directors were: Kim Gorum, president, Fritz Maher, vice-president, Mary McGrane, secretary, Greg Nixon, trea- surer, Mike Cunningham, board member, Greg Tyl. board mem- b d D b d HOW'S IT GOING, ROB? - Credit Union president Kim Gorum checks on busi- erf an Gvl Vcmmenl our ness in the credit union booth held down by Robert Howell. member. Developing individualism was the goal and purpose of Art Club. The only requirements for membership were to be enrolled in Art. Activities included a campout on Caddo River and monthly meetings with guest speakers who gave the students l useful information on art designs and techniques. Outstanding events of the year were special art exhibits of students' work, a spring bazaar, and decorating windows at Christmas time. Art members also took several tours through houses of artistic value. Officers for Art Club were Jane Knight, president, Karen Wisdom, vice-president, and Susan Hooks, secretary. JUST A LITTLE BIT MORE - Sophomore Art student Lisa Little paints a Christmas scene on a window during her second period Art Class. Art Club illustrated individuality on campus PASS THE PEPPERONI PLEASE - Art Club members Jane Knight, and Karen Wisdom, vice-president enioy pizza at Ken's Pizza where president, Susan Hooks, secretary, David Joseph, Carolyn Barnes, one of their monthly meetings was held. 1 l Serendipity published for the eleventh year HERE'S OUR GOAL- Senior staffer Robert Howell admires last year's Serendipity award. Publishing a magazine repre- sentative of the entire student body of Texas High was the goal of the Serendipity staff as the eleventh issue was printed this year. The inner emotions of THS students, including their beliefs and disbeliefs were illus- trated through short stories, poems, and essays submitted to the Serendipity staff by the stu- dents. Also included in the mag- azine were photographs, graph- ics, and drawings. Members of Mrs. Moore's cre- ative writing class, the iournal- ism department, and the art department put together their talents to make this year's Ser- endipitya success. EUREKA? - David Hydel, Cindy Langford, and Paul Coleman discover a possible new idea. PASTE IT HERE - 1974-75 Serendipity editor, Dennis McClendon, shows staffers Julie Patterson and Suzanne Logan how to make advertising posters. Two new features added to Tiger Times I THINK THIS ONE IS THE BEST - Tiger Times photographers Dano Laseter and Steve Johnson study some negatives to find iust the right picture. HARD AT WORK - Editor Priscilla McLeroy and staff members Dennis McClendon and Steve Nobles do some paste-ups for the Tiger Times. More emhasis was placed on the magazine approach this year in the Tiger Times. "Priscilla's Perceptions," a col- umn by the editor, was instituted. Another new feature was the spot- light on teachers. The staff consisted of fifteen members and sponsor Eulamae Moore. Officers were Priscilla McLeroy, editor, Kim Gorum, sports editor, and Steve Johnson, photographer. The Times achieved an All-Texas rating among newsmagazines. Stories by Kim Goprum and Steve Nobles were named to the "Cream-of-the-Crop" display in Texas State High School Press Association competition. ,Q-naps.. YOU DO YOUR WORK AND l'LL DO MINE - Kim Gorum and Dennis McClendon do their part in getting the newsmagazine ready for printing. DANNY, PAY ATTENTION - Sam Wadsworth demonstrates the ARE THEY IN FOCUS? - Mike Bowling, David Steelman, and techniques used in adiusting the tripod to Danny Bowling. Randall Brown take a string of negatives out to get a look at them. Photographers covered all THS activities For staff members the school year began in the summer, when they were assigned to sell ads. After school began, photog- raphers covered club meetings, sports events, and other THS events. Yearbooks were sold to teachers and to students. Layouts, writing cutlines and copies were part of the work done by the yearbook staff. Staff positions were Shelia Kennedy, and Joey Wuertz, co- editors, Sam Wadsworth, direc- tor of photography, Paula Mathis, business manager, Linda Royal, activities editor, Debra Hawkins, copy editor, Traci Skin- ner, Senior advisor: and Danny I TOOK THIS ONE - Brentley Hughes and Sherwood Bogan have iust come Bowling, senior photographer. from the darkroom with a bunch of blow ups and contacts for Diane Bowen. :ip seyrss ::..4:,v: 5 . we s ,,.. , THIS lSN'T THE ONE I NEED - Junior Yearbook staffer Nancy find the ones which will enable them to complete their pages before Bunch and Linda Royal search through the hundreds of negatives to sending them to Taylor Publishing Company. LET ME THINK - Mrs. Johnnie Glover, yearbook advisor, helps a member think of a cutline for a ' picture. k I i Q .i .. N 4: 1 - M Is: - WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS ONE? - Senior advisor, Traci negatives. Junior Suzanne Goss is cropping a blow-up. Staffers Skinner must choose a contact to be blown up from one of many work together often to help each other meet deadlines. Staffers relieved when final deadline arrives W 1 Mrpsn 'lm 2,-58 1559 31 . a 'm""W' T ONLY ONE MORE TO GO - Junior Lyndon Bradley cuts the nega- OUT OF FOCUS - Junior Mike McVey, photographer for the tive he will need to send to the darkroom to be blown up. Tiger, inspects the focus ofa picture after it has been blown up. THE NEXT DEADLINE IS - Shelia 3 Kennedy and Joey Wuertz, co- editors, discuss the date the next shipment of pages is to be sent to the publisher. THESE NUMBERS ARE REALLY ADDING UP + Paula Mathis, busi- each yearbook staffer while Debra Hawkins, copy editor, crops a ness manager, keeps a record of the number of yearbooks sold by picture for the page on which she is working. dlNUvgu-fm .X K. ,A M, , ,.,,..-Q s I ' , . I - 'fwfnai A-gm, ...pl-.wmw ,A-52 1 -,Q 'I I O ' nn, 3 fe "' " ' 0.'Jf. I 0 , 0 .000 o , 'Q .0 O 0 7 -'11 I 1-N 49 'Zh- ' 3 :.-r iid if J HA ni.. Q FACULTY Z f N We Members of our faculty are like parents to us, always there to lend a J helping hand. Principal maintained harmony at Texas High Mr. Dan Haskins helped to bridge the communication gap between stu- dents and teachers. He listened intently to each and everyone that came to him with a problem. He was here before school started each morn- ing to get things ready for the stu- dents and teachers when they arrived. During the day he worked at his daily routines. When he was in the halls, he greeted students as if he was one of the students himself. Mr. Dan Haskins took on the responsibility of the exemption and the tri-mester system by working out all the problems which came up dur- ing the school year about this. In order to keep THS running smoothly he listened to all the changes sug- gested by the central office and did a lot of planning to insure the students and teachers of having a very good school year. Mr. Dan Haskins has successfully completed his second year as Princi- pal at Texas High. His outstanding leadership qualities stood out during both years. l BELIEVE THAT IS THE RIGHT ANSWER - Principal Dan Haskins helps out some of the students on their homework in the student center. K .J g ,. sf . J, 1 Q M is 2 gif J Jwwfflm t 3 .... LET'S SEE WHO DOES NOT HAVE DUTY - Checking over the NOW THESE LOOK GOOD - Principal Mr. Dan Haskins looks duty list is Mr. Dan Haskins. This is one of his many chores. at a box of cookies at the HERO Patio Party early this fall. THIS IS VERY FUNNY - There was no communication or genera- Mr. Ben Swearingen helped all the students who came to him for tion gap between assistant principal Mr. Ben Swearingen and stu- help in any subject. He also worked out the PC program for the iun- dent Kathy Magee as they laugh over some of Kathy's homework. iors and seniors who had the grades to make it. Vice-Principals worked for the good of all Our vice-principals, Mr. Allen Nance and Mr. Ben Swearingen, both worked with Mr. Dan Haskins to help make our school better for all. Before the school year began, their time was spent fixing schedules that were not complete. After getting school started, their iob did not ease, they still had to distribute the books to all the teachers. Mr. Ben Swearingen handled all of the PC program. He too, helped the students and teachers in any way he could. Mr. Ben Swearingen went to all of the in town games and helped cheer our team to a victory. Mr. Allen Nance checked the roll every morning and every period to see who had left school or did not come at all. These absences affected the student's PC, along with his exemptions. Mr. Nance answered all questions about the exemp- tion plan and assured us that it was for our good. Our vice-principals worked with every- one at Texas High to maintain a better educational system and to keep harmony at THS. THAT IS A GOOD JOKE - Assistant principal Mr. Allen Nance talks with coach Don Woods. Mr. Allen Nance talked with all the students and teachers who came to him. LET ME GET THIS - Sophomore counselor, Mrs. Thelma Hall, talks with a parent about a possible schedule change. v1 ' . 4 THESE ARE GOOD SCORES - Mrs. Agnes Knight looks over the latest PSAT scores of National Merit Commended students. Four counselors offered students guidance Students could depend on the counse- lors to assist them when they had a prob- lem. Schedule planning kept the counse- lors busy. Often they helped students by suggesting and outlining good choices of courses. Many times students had to be rescheduled in order to take the required subiects. Sophomores obtained help with their schedules from Mrs. Thelma Hall. Coun- selor for the Junior class was Mr. George Willege. He helped arrange for achieve- ment tests for students interested in schol- arships. Mrs. Agnes Knight helped seniors to choose careers and colleges. She set up college entrance exams for students planning to further their educations. Texas High had many vocational pro- grams. For students wishing to take advantage of these Mr. Berle Ryan was there to give them advice and assistance. is MORE ITED TESTS - Mrs. Berle Ryan and Mrs. George Willege review answer sheets which students will be using when they take the ITED Test. Office secretaries provided needed assistance Four secretaries assisted the adminis- tration and counselors. In the front office were Mrs. Evelyn Dabney and Mrs. Henri Nell Wade. Mrs. Dorothy Silvey was the counselors' secretary, and Mrs. Esther McGee was the accountant. During the year Mrs. Wade and Mrs. Dabney were kept busy answering tele- phones, issuing tardy and absence slips, calling parents or sending them letters in regard to absences, and typing letters for the principals. For the first time this year, one of Mrs. Silvey's duties was to register students for the draft. Among her iobs were working with transcripts, registering and with- drawing students, and making appoint- ments for counselors. Handling money for school and club activities was Mrs. McGee's task. This involved selling football tickets, and tak- ing senior ring and invitation money. She HFTY-oNE,FIFTY-nNo,FiFTY-THREE. . .-one of Mrs. Esther Mcof-as many look Cafe of Check? and bank deposfls- iobs is counting money that she receives during the day. Also She kept dolly Sfvfe and offlce attendance records. Nun... JUST FOR THE RECORD - Office secretaries, Mrs. Henri Nell Wade, Mrs. Dorothy Silvey, and Mrs. Evelyn Dabney get together to discuss the fluctuations of student enrollment. This year the senior class was the largest in total enrollment. Directing the affairs and business transactions of Texarkana Independent School District was the iob of the adminis- trative offices. Texas High, two junior high schools, and ten elementary schools were included in those who depended on the four men of the central office. They are responsible for keeping our school district running efficiently and in an organized manner. Head of this office was Mr. James A. Covert. As superintendent his concern was school management and directing school personnel. Assistant superintend- ent, Mr. John H. Moore, helped him with these tasks. Mr. Moore was a former THS principal. Athletic director, Mr. Watty Myers, controlled the spending of the ath- letic department. He had charge of all matters concerning sports and physical education. Mr. W. E. McGuire, director of secondary curriculum, was in charge of in-service training sessions among other things. C ' ws.. 'Z , 4153. , ke. 'J t... Q ' iii J' the ir? 5 ss -f .K Is ,A . ' -fred. .1q:.'-r iss. 5 .... 1 Iii' is ff ff A it ' 2. - s f- -egg, YES, THAT SAYS IT PLAINLY - Superintendent, Mr. Jim Covert, flips through his notes during a school board meeting he is presiding over. Central Office kept school business organized BACK IN 1971 - Mr. W. E. McGuire talks of the years he was principal of TH5. r 1- WW JOT THAT DOWN - Mr. John H. Moore, assistant superintendent, makes a note of computer systems prices a sales person has presented to him earlier. PRIDE AND JOY - The mascot hanging in Mr. Dan Haskins office superintendent, Mr. John Moore, discuss covering the tiger with causes a lot of comment. Principal, Mr. Dan Haskins, and assistant glass as they wait for a scheduled teachers meeting. y r ,, , THIS ONEISFORTHETIGER- , It V V Athletic director, Mr. Watty Myers, poses for the yearbook V-" ' photographer down at the field iiiis-,e house- r r r rs K 43 r "Y Q ",tt T 'ws A A . , 71 Dr. G. W. Thompson Mr. Victor Hlovinko ,,,,.fww,w K , K Mr. Poul McCosh Mr. J. C. Crownover Mr. Herbert Murray School Board approved trial A , 'lf f 1' .,. M, Mr. Glenn Moses Dr. .,. B. Rochelle grading system The School Board for 1974-75 reviewed many items in their monthly meetings. The issues studied included the review of the master calendar tor the 74-75 school year, of the contract for resurfacing of the Texas High ten- nis courts, and a new trial grading system. Other items on their agenda included personnel recommendations, membership in the East Texas Study Council and transfer requests from parents. The School Board met the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Administration Building. The Texarkana, Texas Independent School District Board of Trustees included Mr. Herbert Murray, presi- dent, Mr. Victor Hlavinka, vice-presi- dent, Dr. G. W. Thompson, secretary, Mr. Glenn Moses, Mr. Paul McCash, Dr. J. B. Rochelle, and Mr. J. C. Crownover. Mr. B. Alford, BS Physical Education Mr. J. W. Barnes, MA Mathematics Mr. D. Bean, BS Math and Science Mr. E. Bell, ME Building Trades Miss B. Bellew, BSE Business Mr. B. Benbow, MEd Agriculture, Horticulture Mrs. C. Bernard, BA Librarian Mr. W. Boyd, MS Social Studies Mr. D. Branchcomb Music Theory Mrs. J. Bratton, BSE Science Mr. M. Brewster, MMusEd Choir Mrs. S. Briggs, BS VOE Lab Mr. D. Brock,-MS Mechanical Drawing Mrs. R. Brower, BS Cosmetology Mr. Wes Bryant, BS Science Xl 1' are JN. Mr. B. Cranfill, MBE DE 1'4" Mr. N. Crawford, MA Science Mrs. S. Davis, BSE Mathematics Mr. S. Dickens, BA ICT Mr. W. C. Douglas, MEd Mathematics Mr. D. Duncan, BS Agriculture Librarians helped when needed for assistance Mrs. M. Dundee, BSE Spanish Mrs. E. Faragher, BA English Mr. N. B. Finley, MA Agriculture librarian, assists senior Jerry Curtis in finding needed information. lT'S RIGHT HERE - Mrs. C. Bernard, Mr. B. Forward, BS Mathematics Mrs. B. Foulke, BS PE Mrs. E. Gibson, MBA Business Mrs. K. Gillean, MEd Business Mrs. J. Glover, BSE English, Yearbook Mr. Jimmie Goff, MS Head Coach i ALL SEEMS PEACEFUL - Mrs. Hurst stands on duty after school. Home economics taught students useful skills IS THAT ENOUGH - Sophomore Debra Scott assists Mrs. Koller in finishing the frosting of a cake. Mrs. M. Hamilton, MA Latin Mrs. M. Hodge, MA English Mrs. J. Hurst, BSE English Mr. B. Ingram Band Director Mr. M. Jackson, BS DE Mr. S. James, BS Health Mrs. E. Johnson, MA Social Studies Mr. L. Johnston, MS Social Studies Mrs. C. Kennedy, BA English Mrs. S. Kimbro, BA French, English Mrs. J. Knight, MEd English Mrs. G. Koller, MEd Homemaking Mr. W. Lucy, MA Resource Instructor Mrs. P. Martindale, MA Resource Instructor Mr. J. McFerran, MEd Mathematics Mrs. E. Moore, BJourn. Journ., English Mr. G. Moore, BS Science Mr. S. Moore, BA Business Mrs. V. Morrow, MBEd VOE Miss K. Moser, BA Spanish Mrs. R. Mosley, MA Business Mr. A. Murphy, Voc.Cert Radio-TV Mrs. B. Neinast, BS Homemaking Mrs. C. Nolte, BBA Business Mrs. O. Pace, MA English Mrs. M. Patterson, MS Homemaking Mrs. M. Pinkner, BS English, Read. Lab. Mrs. C. Poynter, BA Social Studies Mrs. P. Prescott, BSE Mathematics Mr. H. Radford, BA Auto. Mechanics Mr. D. Rankin, BSE Social Studies Mrs. E. Ray, ME English Mr. A. Reynolds, MS Science Mrs. P. Robardey, LS Librarian Mrs. W. Rogers, BS Homemaking Mr. G. Schelkopf, MS Science Cosmetology held beauty salon for the public , Rwivllm. ay . 'fe K' . -vjgj ar, QQ' :'i::n l a,. Q 90. in 0: 0 U :,..'S:il HOW ABOUT RIGHT HERE? - Mrs. Ruth Brower, Cosmetology instructor, shows iunior Carla Hargrove how to sec tion hair for a hair cut during the evening group in Cosmetology. Mr. J. Sheffield, BS Driver's Ed. Mrs. J. Shipp, BA English Mrs. D. Speed, MS Social Studies Mr. J. D. Stegers, MS Social Studies, PE Mrs. N. Stewart, ME Art Mr. E. Stoken, MEd Voc. Dir. Teachers took turns making coffee in lounge ONE FOURTH CUP OF . . . - Mrs. Peggy Robardey, member of the Coffee Club, takes time out to make coffee for the next day. Members of the Coffee Club were assigned ci week to make coffee. 'BQ fl. T Mrs. R. Young, BS Health Occupations Mr. T. Younk, BSE Social Studies Mrs. K. Taylor, BBA Business Mr. J. Thomas, BA Drama Mr. R. Thorton, BE Social Studies Mrs. P. Townsend, BA Speech Mrs. N. Tullos, BSE Pep Squad Mr. D. Vickers, BA English, German Mrs. R. Wilson, MS Social Studies Mrs. M. Wood, MS Homemaking Mr. D. Woods Physical Ed. Working staff faithfully carried out duties Behind the scenes of every smoothly run school is an efficient working staff. For example one familiar face was the school nurse, Mrs. Oneca Johnson. She and her aides were willing to meet any medical emergency that might arise dur- ing the day. At lunch time the dedicated cafeteria staff had the food ready and waiting for both students and teachers. The staff was headed by the new cafeteria manager, Mrs. Eula Arnold. They provided a differ- ent balanced meal each day. ln addition to the regular lunch program, the snack bar served tacos, burritos, hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza, milk, pastries, as well as other snacks. The maintenance staff was on hand too, keeping the school clean. Every day members of the staff could be seen busy at the various iobs of sweeping, mop- ping, cleaning, and mowing. Thanks to them the school grounds were always neat and well cared for. EQUIP! BRACE YOURSELF! - Oneco Johnson prepares to apply a cold pack to a patient. These are used in treatment of sprains and other such iniuries. HOW MANY MORE TO GO? - These cafeteria workers are coop- ready on time. Each day they prepare the snack bar foods and the erating in on effort to get the day's hamburgers for the snack bar regular lunches for the many students who visit at noon time. STICK WITH IT - Mrs. Evelyn Murphy has finished sweeping the steps near the student center. Each evening the maintenance crew stays until 9:30 to keep our school grounds orderly. -Q .gf fir mr, W ., . 43 S THAT SOUNDS TASTY - Cafeteria head Mrs. A NEVER ENDING CHORE - Mrs. Doris Smith, one of many of the maintenance Beth Carson checks the next week's menu. crew, cheerfully pauses from sweeping in front of the school library. Booster Clubs worked to achieve their goals Texas High School students and loyal parents worked together to improve the Tiger Booster Clubs. The Tiger Band Boosters raised money for their annual end-of-year trip. They also operated a footlong hotdog stand at the Four States Fair. The Tiger Booster Club sold tickets for the out-of-town games and seats on the buses. Along with these projects and activities, the boosters also operated concession stands at home games. The officers for this year's Tiger Band Booster Club were Mr. Bob Young, president, Mr. Bill Barry, vice- president, Mrs. Robert Mortenson, secretary, and Mr. Bill Atkins, trea- surer. The officers for the Tiger Booster Club were A. P. Miller, president, Bill Langford and Harry Elam, vice-presi- dent, Mrs. H. A. Woodruff secretary, Mrs. Kelsey Rogers, treasurer, and Mr. Watty Myers, parlimentarian. THAT SOUNDS GOOD - Mr. Bill Langford listens to Mr. A. P. THAT'S A GOOD IDEA - Mr. Bob Ingram along with r Miller make a suggestion for a Booster Club proiect. of the Booster Club go over ideas for a project. NOW LET'S GET TO THE FILM - Mr. Ken Fomby and Mr. Matt Morris attentively to Coach Goff go over the film of last week's game. s HAVE WE THOUGHT OF EVERYTHING? - Mrs. Mary Young, Mrs. brought up at the next PTSA meeting. Plans were made to improve Lynne Vammen, and Miss Vicki Melde discuss the issues to be the basic learning attitude at Texas High. PTSA strove to improve learning atmosphere l THINK YOU'RE RIGHT - Mr. Nathan Crawford and Miss Kate Moser discuss minutes of the last PTSA meeting while enioying refreshments. The Texas Senior High Parent-Teacher- Student Association met every other month to help improve the basic relation- ships between teachers, students, and the parents of students. The PTSA was pri- marily interested in trying to better the overall learning atmosphere at Texas High School. PTSA activities included a membership drive in October in which a free sixth period was awarded to the class having IOOOXQ membership. During the fall and spring of the school year members actively participated in PTSA workshops and seminars. PTSA members co-oper- ated with senior sponsors and homeroom representatives in staging the Senior Prom. Officers for 1974-75 PTSA meetings were Mrs. Mary Young, president, Miss Vicki Melde, vice-president, Mrs. June Elam, secretary, and Mrs. Lynne Vam- men, treasurer. Student Council President Jim Bishkin, actively participated in PTSA activities also. 1 g r ' ...H I if If ff' . .f Q3 I, Fx, I I- 1'!N ff-2 5 'iv- J' "' 'I u Y. 49 A A. A . -f, . .1 am, HONORS mvagfclbv was tae M F1566 Aaowiiw, Wi Wul- Wawe Www W Kat We we Awards are given frequently at our home and those who are ambitious and try really hard, sometimes receive one Jim Bishkin initiated improved school policies Working toward a better school year for 1974-75, our student council presi- dent, Jim Bishkin, helped bring about changes which benefited Texas High. These included a new voting plan, a policing system for protecting our parking lots, and a cleaner pond. Some of the duties Jim fulfilled as council president included organizing meetings, working with the student direc- tory and school events calendar, and helping to organize intramural sports. He attended school board meetings, made sure the marquee was changed regularly, and directed the organization of pep ral- lies and dances. Jim was an active member of the Texas High football and baseball teams, Youth Forum, Honor Society, Key Club, Latin Club, and P.T.S.A. i iii' '-nr -" " si Gt Q M Y K M x, W5 ,,, V l i f fit, f. ,A X ,D A -ipllik k lfl s .X-- I f- 1 ' ,V ,, 'iii 'jg at sgl f s l itttfi, ,s at " l gf? wi David Vammen encouraged student involvement -M Around the school, David Vammen was often seen busily carrying out the various tasks that were a part of his iob as Student Council Vice-President. Some of his regular iobs were working in the office, helping to change the marquee, reading the morning announcements, and distributing the monthly school events cal- endars. As our vice-president, David stood behind the new system for voting, the continuation of one ID dances, reports on Student Council meetings for the whole student body, a much cleaner pond, and more student involvement in sports, clubs, and other school events. David's extra-curricular activities included Key Club, National Honor Soci- ety, Allied Youth, FTA, and PTSA. He was a member of the Student Credit Union board of directors, a drummer for the Tiger Band, a 1974 Boys' State delegate, vice-president of Medical Explorer Post 202, and president of the Explorers Post Officer's Council for the Caddo Area. N Sophomore Favorite Sophomore Favorite Mitchell Malaby Karon Young ll 1975 class favorites represent each class Junior Favorite Junior Favorite Mildred Cook Gary Seward 4711, , + p fxi fjwf Mr. Texas High Jim Biskin Most Active David Vammen Miss Texas High Jan Timberlake Class favorites at Texas High were nominated and elected by their fellow classmates to represent their entire class. To be placed on the ballot, a student must have received three or more nomi- nations and must have a scholastic aver- age of C or better. When the votes were tabulated, those with the most votes in each category became 1975 class favorites. They were kept a secret until the yearbooks came out. Sophomore and iunior classes selected the boy and girl whom they felt were most outstanding in leadership, citizen- ship, and scholastic ability. Seniors selected the boy and girl who exemplified their idea of the ideal high school senior to be Mr. and Miss Texas High. Other senior favorites were chosen in the categories of most active, most handsome and beautiful, most scholarly, and most talented. Most Active Susan Owen Seniors elected favorites in five categories Most Handsome Most Beautiful Randy Woodruff Karen Williams Most Scholar y Most Scholarly Frank Pryor Susan Reed r l Mosf Talented Most Talented Ginger Wreyford Dennis Poore 3 M if we Mr. Texas High Miss Texas High Matt Sanders Lisa Jones Most Scholarly Most Handsome Connie Thurston and Arthur Daniels Mark Young , Runners-up represent senior's second choic its is GS Most Active Most Active Betsy Cook Mike Eckstein t,t,. A z Most Beoutifu Most Tolented Julie Potterson Logordio Washington ond Lois Wright Jan Timberlake crowned Homecoming Queen Maid - Nafhelma Haywood Escort - Herschel Moore Maid - Cindy Langford Maid - Ginger Wreyford Escor'r - Pai Duke Escort - Mark Young Queen - Jan Timberlake Maid-of-honor - Escort - Mike Smith Becky Chambers Escort - Don Morris Maid - Julie Patterson Maid - Natalie Willis Escort - James Michael Escort - Wayne Pree Individual honors went to outstanding students ALL FIVE - All-Region Band members are Leighsa Bean, Tim Over- SING IT ONE MORE TIME - AII-Region Choir members are street, Priscilla McLeroy, Bill Atkins, and Nina Alexander. Donald Brazile, Danny Bowling, and Ginger Wreyford. I rw W I I WINNERS - Soroptimist Award winners are Scott HERE WE ARE AGAIN - Girls' State delegates Jan Timberlake, Julie Pat- McCIoud, Jan Timberlake, and David Vammen. terson, Kathy Parmley, and Susan Reed pose for a picture. QUILL AND SCROLL- Members of the honorary iournalism soci- ety are front row: Priscilla McLeroy, Julie Patterson, Cindy Langford, Suzanne Gass, Linda Royal, Traci Skinner, Second row: Dennis McClendon, Steve Nobles, Leighsa Bean, Lyndon Bradley, Randall Brown, Nancy Bunch, Diane Bowen, Third row: Joey Wuertz, Mike ARE WE ALL HERE? - Boys' State delegates for 1974-75 are David Vammen, Matt Sanders, Jim Bishkin, David Crank, and Mike Taylor. Bowling, Steve Johnson, Kerry Campbell, Jimmy Livesay, Ricky Terry, Raymond Arndeneaux, Back row: David Stillman, Danny Bowling, James Michael, Kim Gorum, Dana Laseter, and Elaine Hubbard. E Q DON'T FORGET ME - Also a Boys' State delegate is Senior Mike Joseph. lncluct'on 'ntrocluced new members to NHS PRESENT SENIOR MEMBERS OF HONOR SOCIETY - Priscilla Jim Biskin, Bruce Mounsey, Robert Howell, and Mike Taylor. Those McLeroy, Lauralee Young, Beverly Morrison, Bob Coalter, .Ianey members not pictured are: Connie Thurston, Nathelma Haywood Bally, Susan Reed, Julie Patterson, Saundra Sherwood, Elizabeth Lois Wright, Randy Woodruff, and Jan Timberlake. Lucy, Mike Young, Tim Overstreet, Steve Nobles, David Vammen, By the time February rolls around most students are anxious to find out who the lucky people are that made Honor Soci- ety. The juniors and seniors who are eligi- ble for membership hold their breaths with hopeful anticipation. For being a member is one of the highest honors offered at Texas High, and the Students who received invitations had the right to feel as though their hard work was justi- fied. When the teachers go to vote for new members, there are certain qualifications that they look for in the list. Those qualifi- cations are: Citizenship, character, lead- ership, service rendered to the school, and they must have maintained a 90 or above average. Mrs. Faraghar and Mrs. Glover sponsored the group this year. Among the new members were I5"!0 of the senior class and 504 of the iunior class. TOP IN ACADEMICS - National Honor Society sponsors Mrs. Faraghar, Mrs Glover and Brian Mounsey are on stage in the induction ceremony. JUNIOR MEMBERS OF NHS - Anita Reesa, Karen McCulloch, Susan Hooks, Ann Wunnenburg, Kay Myers, Diane Schlonga, Mil dred Cook, Mary Houff, Barry Abney, Nancy Bunch, Fred Norton Mary McGrane, Michael Shephard, L. V. Johnson, Regina Goodloe: Tony Elam, Paul Miller, John Dodge. Members not pictured are Cliff Gobin, Fritz Maher, Becky Browning, Jimmy DeMoss, Cary Roc- helle, Lesa Young. SENIORS - Belinda Williams, Debbie Moseley, Becky Lee, Paula Mathis, Rosa Rochelle, Randal Walker, Scott McCloud, Kathy Rob- ertson, Linda Stoker, Natalie Willis, Vicki Melde, Donna Bius, Cindy Langford, Debbie Brown, Marrianne Dickson, Debbie DeLaughter, Diane Tidwell, Betsy Cook, Carol Short, Steve Chosteen, Frankie Brown, Pam Mortenson, Cathy Westbrook, Leesa Stroman, Cathy Parmley, Donna Preston, Karen Stuckey, Paula Simpson, Karen Copeland, Debbie Brinkman, Cathy Fountain, Penny Britt, Billy Rai- ney, Kim Gorum, Joey Wuertz, Debbie Yearwood, Paul Coleman, John Haley, Marla Nace, Danny Daniels, Carla Chosteen, Tina Orr, Glenn Glover, Steve Schoen, Arthur Daniels, Ronnie Hagen, Debbie Taylor, Brett Perroux, Robert Taylor, Fred Howard. 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S 1 as ga, , ,..,. , V my if 5' A f 39 " ,pf 1 x?'Nqr I ' fr A Rs M If 1 g F y 1 14+ .4 fb f ez M f 1' CAI -I ' 52 e , P ,Wim . 5' if , 1 5? ,, 41, L 4 , 3 K ' s Susan Owen Carol . ,W .,,. f v .W -V wg, 1 wwe fm' ., ff' ,. gf f ifk v zf ' ' , A H Moore i E I in Tina Thomas Theresa Hampton Patty Gill 102 Cheerleaders were essence of Tiger spirit f Lisa .ones Vicki Me d The i974-75 Texas High cheerleaders have shown their complete dedication to the Tiger football, baseball, basketball, and track teams throughout this year. Their never-ceasing energy in raising school spirit was an inspiration to all stu- dents. They used their talents to entertain the student body with numerous skits pre- sented during pep rallies and during announcements. Football season found the cheerleaders working diligently on run-through signs, pep ribbons, and name tags. Every Saturday, they hung signs around the school for the next week's game. Each Monday they served snacks to the team. Hour after hour was spent in prepara- tion of enthusiastic pep rallies. Their goal was to encourage more students to par- ticipate in these pep rallies and to go to games. At cheerleader camp on the Southern Methodist University campus this summer, the seven seniors and three iuniors received five superior ribbons and the coveted 'spirit stick.' i 2 Medley Atkinson Belinda Williams ROCK STEADY-THS C"ee"e"de'5 lead a yell at a basketball game. 103 THS maiorettes entertained football crowds Fl Kathy Asimos Pat Huth Rhonda Penton Beverly Morrison Barbara Stephenson Tonya Baker SW Carol Chorizi fr im E Q f .M X ,..x,. ,,:i1, 5 Wilmca Waller L A98 ,V ' f 7 If-',w,, ,ff o Betty Pitchford Diane Groves , 1 A 'we-fw I Xl 'lf xr Betsy Brown Ann Anderson Tiger yearbook editors put it all together W ' Joey Wuertz As this year's Tiger yearbook co-edi- tors, Shelia Kennedy and Joey Wuertz combined the individual efforts of the staff and organized them into a complete yearbook. To make our yearbook a suc- cess, they assigned pages, saw that deadlines were met, and supervised the iunior staff members. Shelia and Joey were responsible for the opening and closing pages, the favor- ites section, the cover design, and the lay- out for the entire book. Shelia was a member of Quill and Scroll, Press Club, and Student Council. She was president of Co-ed Hi-Y and sec- retary of A Cappella Choir. Her hobbies included sewing and reading. Joey was Press Club president, was in Key Club, Allied Youth, German Club, Student Council, and Quill and Scroll. Joey enioyed listening to popular and nostalgic music, driving his Camaro, and pursuing his interest in architecture by drawing and building plans. Priscilla McLeroy Bi-weekly deadlines busied Tiger Times editor While carrying on a very busy sched- ule, Priscilla McLeroy managed to find enough time for her work as Tiger Times editor. Although she had many jobs which included assigning stories, deciding on the newsmagazine layout, finding possible sources for stories and features, and working toward deadlines, the most difficult thing for her was to arrange her schedule so as to include music practice, homework, and social life after working on the newspaper. Priscilla was a member of Rosebuds, Student Council, National Honor Society, and Press Club. Her hobbies were listening to music from the Romantic Era, playing tennis, keeping her car in tune and in shape, and reading of nostalgic events in magazines, books, and papers. I0 7 v 'L-. ' K, ik, ,. Tic' -vm., V , 'X . 1, A , - fi-HA. W ,.-. .,,, , If -X ,A.,rf A.., ga! 2 lsxw- ,V ,,.ftVw?,g: .HL Q-33151 g 1, K re- , 1 J , K . R M ' . SPORTS 77Zw,.Wou,, I flcauiwmwl Wm , 'I ,wmwsmpjxm ' mmf? ' JZAAdL .-Q W lM7 AdQ,,Vr50'CJ, ?hwz!a,,fM4Jj,?,,Jfqww CY , iiwwfw Wovtgwtvfwmnaf' 1 55LQi"MiZ.,i'W4J' Everyone become 6,5c,,,Lwf Mwygwggyj involved in sports at Texas High, either as an actual participant or an avid fan. The Tigers had great hopes of winning the district championship for Texas High. Starting the season, Texas High staged three shutouts against Arkansas High, Fort Worth Eastern Hills and Dallas Sun- set. Top ranked John Tyler upset the Tigers for their first loss. The Tigers then went back to their winning ways by defeating Dallas Jesuit and Marshall by safe margins. Losing the next two to Longview and Lufkin, the Tigers finished strong with wins over Nacogdoches and Tyler Lee. Finishing with an impressive 7-3 record, the Tigers came in behind .lohn Tyler, Longview, and Lufkin who were tied for first. The Tigers can be proud of their record, losing only to state-ranked teams and playing each game with great effort. Coach Goff did an excellent iob as head coach and deserves alot of credit. The Tigers are looking for another good team next year with many players coming back to participate again. WE BETTER TALK THIS ONE OVER - Quarterback Don Morris and head coach Jimmie Goff decide which play that they should use in this particular situation. Bengals defeated cross-town rival, Arkansas REGGIE TURNS lT ON - Tiger wingback Reginald Scott t2Ol turns pursuit in an attempt to cut him off at the sideline. Herschel Moore it on around the corner with two John Tyler defensive men in hot l32l is also there to help clear the way on the run. we 5fQ3"?!3i'i1g1-Yi n Y'-J" Qi5"l?5i5?Lv9?a1 K' .,i,h, T ...: 1 .1 .,,h,,, - , , , V V ,V I Q i1' , S' 1111- if-3 4:5934 .f 11' -' '- , mi? V vs - 4,- wv: f fx My 2' ,Q fixes, 1 , .. ,,,. Q-, , fX.1X.'.,g f.e2'3-e,...:,s':, ,-MG'ri-'rr',,a1iQf?.74,,:f11 -'f:'2v2xf?gfw'f?'-X W: ai, Q ,,., .L,. ..., V . ,A,,, WSW , .T f, X- 3' 'H+ iff-mi'-3-wx We f-afmpfx.-,,ww f . ' 5 A so -- sei'-nvexr 5,-Sf, 'L ' ' , if A V. 1 .51 5- , L,fgi,,,,.i1 r We ,ie n',,,.X .Us .,, XX gg,,g:gfnn vegan V 1 :Lili ' K -,sz -4 YOU WON T GET BY ME Mike Smith closes in so that the John Tyler :Q ' K. ,,.,T. X .. , . , , ball carrier doesn't get away as the referee looks on. YOU'RE NOT GETTING AWAY THIS TIME - Wingback Billy Case rushes in to help on the play. Frank Joshway l75l is also there l21l has a sure tackle on the ball carrier as guard Paul Miller f63l assisting on the line. lTexarkana Gazette Photo.1 ll'I John Tyler pounded Tigers for first loss LINING UP - Shown in formation are: Greg Walston 1331, Paul 1861, Pat Duke 1731, Donnie Cole 1611, Larry Foster 1511, James Miller 1631, Zack Jones 1221, Thomas Hall 1531, Harry Goldsmith Michael 1761, and Frank Joshway 1751. ARKANSAS . . . The cross-town rivalry between the Hogs and the Tigers ended with the Tigers avenging last year's loss. The Tigers took over a 14-O victory. FORT WORTH . . .Traveling to Fort Worth, the Tigers staged an impressive 29-O victory over the Eastern Hills team. DALLAS SUNSET . . . Keeping things rolling, the Tigers piled up 36 points to Sunset's O for its third straight shutout. JOH TYLER . . . The Tigers iourneyed to Tyler to play the top-ranked Lions only to come away with their first defeat. John A Tyler took a T4-3 victory over the tough 1 DON'T DROP THE BALL, RONNIE - Ronnie Willis dives to catch a badly thrown ball against Arkansas High. The Tigers upset the Hogs by 14-O. 1 Tiger team. 1 DALLAS JESUIT . . . Bouncing back from Q their defeat, the Tigers continued to win 1 with a victory over Jesuit by 42-12. 1 Q33 HOLD ON - Wayne Pree latches on to the Jesuit player. Pat Duke THAT SMARTS - Quarterback Don Morris gets belted as he is assisting on the tackle. lTexarkana Gazette photo.l tried to get out of the way. lTexarkana Gazette photo.1 Tiger defense holds opponents to low scores f F5 ix WE GOT THE FIRST DOWN -Members of the Tiger football team was made. They are from left to right: Artis Golston l60j, Travis watch the play with interest from the sideline to see if the first down Edmond l4Ol, Burt Clem il l l, and Jim Bishkin l4Ol. GOOD PURSUIT - Jeff Williams attempts to slow down the ball carrier until help arrives to assist in making the play. lTexarkana Gazette Photol MARSHALL . . . The Tigers defeated the Mavericks by a score of 16-0 in a defen- sive battle. lt was the same score as last year. LONGVIEW . . . Traveling to Longview, the Tigers played one of their toughest games. The Lobos upset the Tigers by a score of l 7-7. LUFKIN . . . The Tigers were given their second straight defeat when Lufkin upset them by a score of 27-7. It was the worst defeat of the year for the Tigers. NACOGDOCHES . . .Journeying to Nacogdoches, the Tigers won the game by an easy 30-0. lt was the fifth straight shutout for the Tigers. TYLER LEE . . . It was the Homecoming game for the Tigers. After a 20-20 dead- lock, the Tigers went on to win the game by a score of 40-20. This ended the sea- son forthe Tigers at a 7-3 record. REGGIE BREAKS THROUGH THE LINE - Reginald Scott dodges was named Offensive Player of the Year for the Tigers. Hall looks two defensive linemen to break away for a gain on the play. Scott on from the side. lTexarkana Gazette Photol ll5 Eight Tigers made all-district this year i975 TIGER STANDOUTS - Names outstanding defensive and offensive players for this year were Billy Case and Reggie Scott. Also shown are Athletic Director Wafty Myers, Baylor Coach Grant Teaff and Tiger head coach Jimmie Goff. RUNNING IT BACK - Herschel Moore makes another long kick-off return. W3 rfsdss- X I stiff? I974-75 ALL DISTRICT PLAYERS - Shown in the 'Ist row from left 2nd row, Wayne Pree, Herschel Moore, Harry Goldsmith and Jerry to right are Don Morris, Billy Case, Thomas Hall and Reggie Scott, Philips. ,pf REGGIE SCRAMBLES FOR THE FUMBLE - Reggie Scott battles with the Marshall players for the fumble, but Marshall recovered the ball. The Tigers beat the Mavericks by a score of I6-0. Reggie Scott was named to the all-district team. Tigers finished with lO-3 season record . ,. : - I - 3 .1, . 1- I .4 . . f 5' 1: f - si f - ,, . ., J t,i, , - T455 . . if-1 , .- Q - 2, fi. J ig' D' , A ,, -, 3 ' W 'fl' il ' . A ll --" , , . 'A i , ,. - .L i 7 ids-sis AQ: - ., , . , - fi 1, A. .A 1 1 2--4 - ,x ,.,,.. ' s.'sS.n ft A -i-f- R - .. 15, sm N- '--'-v - sis,-N e w 1 -,,g-' s 1-.Ri .,, -' ' 3' L "'-' -Q 5 . is-. ' 'i ' --.- 5 -- fi "" 22 "" '-" S. f 1 . vi - ' . , vs, A L . 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Rr N' 'gm K E13llgf 9'?3E?i?'iggli?wQ53?X fi M E'-ifwk is Q' his ss l5Lm3sKiE T , M' s, A QQ m e ' ' Ja? so s m We ' Hi? i975 TIGER VARSITY - Front row: Ben Lewis, Mike Bruce, Joe McMichael, Donnie Cole, Jerry Philips, Reginald Scott, Harry Golds- mith, Greg Walston, Travis Edmond, Mark Lafferty, Zack Jones, Second row: Billy Rainey, Don Morris, Billy Case, Randy Woodruff, James Michael, Jim Bishkin, Thomas Hall, Jeff Williams, Billy Teel, Danny Chapa, Herschel Moore, Wayne Pree, Burt Clem, Third row: John Dodge, Mike Smith, Mark Young, Bruce Strawn, Larry Thread- gill, Dale Post, Tony Elam, Pat Duke, Jeff Ward, Paul Miller, Fritz Maher, Jimmy DeMoss, Greg Walston, Fourth row: Charlie Daniels, Artis Golston, Rodney Turner, Jay Crownover, Gary Gann, Frank Joshway, Ronnie Willis, Tim Johnson, Kirk Covert, Tony Arnold, Larry Foster, Gary Seward, and Jessie Pierce. ll 7 Tiger B-team ended season in third place 5? WHICH WAY DO I GO - Tight end Mark Elliott l83l gives a block to tailback Gus Fowler as he makes his way through a hole in the defensive line of Nacogdoches. Jeff Elliot is also there to help while Tackle Mike Lybrand looks on from the side. 3 I 975 TIGER B-TEAM - Members of the team in alphabetical order are: Sammy Avard, David Bailes, Bo Bean, Keith Bland, Gary Borgeson, Mike Calhoun, John Coleman, David Crawford, Scott Crowe, Claudie Dancer, Dan Davis, Jeff Elliot, Mark Elliot, Lance Emerson, Jimmy Fields, Chris Fountain, Gus Fowler, Tony Holmes, Cedric Jackson, Allen Keele, Noley Keener, Mike Lybrand, Mitchell Malaby, Truit Matthews, Tim McMichael, Truit Matthews, Tim McMichael, Gregory Moore, John Morrow, Jay Patterson, Milton Reed, John Robinson, Bill Rose, Ricky Rose, Larry Rumbo, Lewie Russ, Riley Trehern, Bruce Turner, Clyde Washington, Kenny Wat- tinger, James Welch, Rob Williams, Tom Young. l DRIVING FOR A FEW MORE YARDS - Kenney Wattinger can't seem to find any- YOU CAN'T CATCH ME NOW! - Tailback where to go as he is met at the line by an Arkansas High defender. Tony Holmes is on his way to the goal line. HOLD THAT BALL - Gary Borgesan catches the ball between two play. The Tiger B team finished an impressive season with a 6-2-2. Nacogdoches defenders and then goes on for a big gain on the They ended the district race in the third place position. H9 NON-DISTRICT GAMES THS OPPONENT 51 Bossier Airline 81 42 Woodlawn 78 64 Clarksville 52 68 Clarksville 64 69 Linden-Kildaire 54 66 Atlanta 60 33 Arkansas High 46 43 Arkansas High 46 58 Mt. Pleasant 64 42 Arkansas High 48 68 Pittsburg 67 56 Woodlawn 63 77 Henderson 48 48 Pine Tree 64 46 Kilgore 56 48 Daingerfield 67 58 New Boston 60 83 New Boston 62 44 Mt. Pleasant 69 52 Daingerfield 55 37 ldabel 56 DISTRICT GAMES 72 John Tyler 102 51 Marshall 52 58 Longview 64 68 Lufkin 88 52 Nacodoches 48 59 Robert E. Lee 36 60 .lohn Tyler 71 47 Marchall 65 63 Longview 77 53 Lufkin 80 56 Nacogdoches 51 53 Tyler Lee 54 ' 5 1 5 I ffaferi - I I 5' ' 5 2555192 i 2 , , A fiyyfjkz ,Q f sg Ms , 1 W , , , g I V 5 ,f P if ,Lzi2fgiv,,Q,J?W U sf' , ,y qu i 3 1 swag , ,,,. ,,,, g sg ,- it ,t ,V BRlNGING THE BALL DOWN - Rodney Turner brings the ball down to try and set up the play. Eric Jones is ready to take the ball for the shot. Jiisi it lrs' ssytstis it S ss f yifs 5 or it s',',' llxiiffet, ' 'ir' ' FREE THROW SHOT - Curtis Smith takes a shot after he was fouled from the freethrow. The Texas High Tigers had high hopes for this season. Coach Buddy Alford was head coach for the second straight year. The Tigers were one of the youngest teams in the dist. They were at a disadvan- tage because of their lack of height. Curtis Smith was the only Tiger over 6 feet. Coach Alford guided his team to a 10-23 season record. The Tigers played games which they lost by only a few points that would have improved their record. The Tigers had a lot of hustle and played well in their games. They greatly improved from the beginning of the season. The pre-season games pre- pared the roundballers for the district race. The Tigers B-team under Coach James composed an impressive record this year. . With these starters coming baclgnext year, the Tigers can look for a very strong team. The experience that they gained this year will surely be an asset in the coming year. 1 5 WARMING UP - Junior Rodney Turner and senior Randall Watson take time out before each game to help improve their shooting, dribbling and ball han- dling. Roundballers finished with 10-23 season record gyy... ltss. s K .A .,,, I Ask . ..., HOLD THEM, THEM - Eric Jones tries to get the ball while the oth- l40l, Rodney Turner l10l, and Randall Watson 1241. The roundbal- ers are setting up. Shown also are Ronnie Willis 1421, Curtis Smith lers posted a 10-23 season record forthe 1974-75 year. 121 Roundballers were at a height disadvantage WHAT HAPPENED TO THE BALL -Junior sensation Rodney Turner Ronnie Willis M21 hurry in with some assistance to help make the gets tripped up in a scramble for the ball as Curtis Smith 1401 and play against Arkansas High's Razorbacks. 5421140 , , , JT W, 5' tsrsttt N i i DRIVING FOR THE POINTS - Eric Jones gets the ball over the defender's l'VE GOT YOU COVERED - Curtis Smith blocks out his head with this leap into the air. opponent in an attempt to get the basketball away from him. iii: ! M1360 .1 MAKE THAT SHOT - Ronnie Willis shows the proper form in shooting LET'S GO - Rodney Turner brings the basketball down the basketball with this iump shot from the free throw line. court to put it in play and try to make the score. f wg 'W , ,ia t 1974-75 BASKETBALL TEAM - Turner, Zack Jones, Ronnie Willis, if Ry V T ss A T A A ' 1 'trt' T ' f i e R ' X Q i . it -E llssj . in A ',, l"' ' . T f iii' ' 'if ,,.,,,i, N-" i 5 iii i ,, T 1 From left to right are Rodney Jones and Donald Gullat. They posted a IO-23 record for the sea Rob Williams, Curtis Smith, Eric son and are proud of this year's achievements. Junior Vars'ty ayers gained much experience COME ON LET'S HOLD 'EM TEAM - Coach James points out what the iunior varsity team has to do before the time runs out in the . ' . lgf x 'l ,I -i K X ' -- , is , , X. n ,Z E 1 f if ' T 1' m-we'i2z 'iLf'e- . - r'-."3-se i? 'f -I 42 -5 fi W- - if -- .. HEI., . 'T' M- " 'i z in - 'I ' xl.: ET?-if "" 'm" ' " X f T 1- , " L5.., -M .1 iihgsjgfffs, fe i' i' T In S ,,., i , .. M i x e s? i " i :z i H 4 .u:fff4s.:-ss' 11 I if A-1 'fits sir' l 1 ' T i "' T A E' " V. i tin " " - -ig -- c ' " ., T., it 2 ---' T -r"' i"' - K- - "" ' .. ef -- - ' --e'----- --A . . I 1.1.1,,cf1:41.isffzggifgsggif s ,,,, ,, ii.e iii, T ,, , i.,, ,,V,: 125 ,, f x.:3i,.E3J3g, GUARD 'EM - Sophomore Warren Sims attempts to put some pressure on the Marshall shooter and make him miss the iump shot. fourth quarter of the game. Shown here are Rob Williams, Marcus Elliot, Dan Davis, Joe Knight, and Tony Holmes. W- -... i.... s .M .W A K .,,, ...........,..,. A... GOOD SHOT - Warren Sims shoots the free throw shot while Tony Holmes is ready down court to hold the other player. GET THE B cus Elliot is AL re L - Terry Austin attempts to bl ady to give some help on the re Qtgismssssessswrfii- ock the shot while bound. Ma r. ALL THE WAY - Marcus Elliot drives the ball down court while Rob Williams waits for an opening to make the play. 1... g 5 eere E el L 'Sit iii - Q VQQQ ,F V,r' V MM -gf: ,ze . 4- 1974-1975 JUNIOR VARSlTY BASKETBALL TEAM - From left to Keith Bland l5Ol, Warren Sims l34j, Terry Austin l32l, Donald Hen- right are: Ronnie Hope l2Ol, Dan Davis llOl, Marcus Elliot l3Ol, derson l24l, and Tony Holmes l42l. 125 Baseball brought on an air of hopefulness Seven junior and senior lettermen returned again this year to help the Texas High baseball team defend their hard- earned district title. With their aid and that of the other dedicated team mem- bers, the team advanced to a bi-district championship, but lost out to Houston in the state quarter finals. When the season began in January, the Bengals, losing practice because of bad weather, were forced to work in the gym and in the "barn." Many hours were put into the perfection of batting, catch- ing, fielding. Tiger hurlers practiced their pitching techniques against almost defenseless batters while other players ran to get in shape. Soon after practice opened, the weather let up and the base- ballers opened regular play, acquiring game experience against local teams. Coaches were Mr. Don Woods and Mr. Wesley Bryant. WATCHING THE PLAY - Thad Harper, Billy Rainey, and Mike Eckstein watch the play from the side until it is their turn to warm-up their arms. is WATCH THAT CURVE - Carl Fomby and Britt Marley help man- the side are Thad Harper and Jim Bishkin getting ready for their turn ager Jimmy Paradise load the pitching machine. Looking on from at bat. The pitching machine improved their batting. 1975 BASEBALL TEAM - Shown here from left to right are: Gary Eckstein, Mike Moody and Coach Bryant, 4th row: Tommy Beasley, Borgeson, Randy Woodruff, Thad Harper and Jimmy DeMoss, 2nd Gary Seward, Don Morris, Billy Rainey, Roger Waldrop and Billy row: Keith McKeever, Carl Fomby, Jim Bishkin and Britt Marley, 3rd Teel. row: Coach Woods, Paul Phillips, Glen Welch, Mike Harper, Mike Zi LET'S GO TEAM - Coach Woods looks over the practice ses- KNOCK IT OUT - Keith McKeever takes batting practice from the sion to see if everything is going right with the workouts. pitching machine that was used in the barn in bad weather. 127 Tiger thinclads hoped to break many records Again this year the Tiger track team got off to an early start. They began their daily workouts in January. These included many laps around the track, stretching exercises, and work to improve the speed of their relay handoffs. Team members practiced hard on such events as the long jump, high iump, l00, 220, 440, 880 yard dashes, sprint relays, pole vaulting, shot put, discus, mile relay team came close to breaking the state record. Coaches Royce Thornton and Tommy Younk used their experience and worked long hours to help train these athletes. The team was represented in District T4 AAAA competition and again in the Watty Myers Relays in the spring which is held each year in March. The event is by invitation and is attended by many schools in the area which represent some of the best, fastest talent in high school competition. HE'S NOT GOING TO PASS ME! - Sprinters Herschel Moore and Charles Rolark react to the starting pistol and leap forward off of their starting blocks. an ... A THE 1974-75 TRACK TEAM - Front row: Cedric Jackson, Doug Arnold, Donald Mothershed, Claudie Dancer, Kelvin Anderson, George Moncreif, David Steelman, Vince Brown, Lance Emerson, Middle row: Roy Curry, Ricky Rose, Mike Ingram, Tim Johnson, Ricky Bryant, Back row: Coach Younk, Billy Teel, Harry Goldsmith, Charles Rolark, Larry Threadgill, Pat Duke, Brian Mounsey, Donnie Cole, Herschel Moore, Wayne Pree, Dale Post, Mike Smith, Don Morris, Reginald Scott, and Coach Thornton. Gregory Moore, Mike Lybrand, Mitchel Malaby, Sammy Avard, Mm B HERE WE COME! - Tiger tracksters work out every day to build up lTurkey Joel Moore, Charles Rolark, Don Morris, and Reginald Scott their endurance, strength, and speed. Shown here are Herschel as they warm up before they begin to run for time. THREE YEARS TOGETHER - Coach Royce Thorton poses for the yearbook photographer with his mile relay team. UP AND OVER - Senior letterman, Mike Smith, attempts to clear the pole vault bar which has been set at a height of I4 feet. 129 THE TEAM - The golfers for the i974-75 season were: First row: Andrews, Second row: John Northam, Mike McGough, Jack Boggs, John Wyatt, Jeff Harlow, David Zimmerman, Johnny Jarvis, David Ray White, Ken Markham, Cary Rochelle, and Jack Boyd. Linksters made ready for the many tournaments All through the month of February the members of Texas High's golf team were busy practicing in hopes of winning a dis- trict championship. Afternoons were spent at either Northridge Country Club or at Texarkana Country Club, where the linksters put in many hours of driving, chipping, and putting. The linksters participated in meets with various teams from Arkansas and Texas. Many of the golfers were experienced, but they still found suggestions from Mr. James McFerran, their golf instructor, helpful to their knowledge of the game. The i975 Texas High golf team con- sisted of fourteen linksters, including one two-year letterman, John Wyatt, and five one-year lettermen: David Andrews, Jack Boyd, Johnny Jarvis, Cary Rochelle, and David Zimmerman. Other team members were Jack Boggs, Jeff Harlow, Mike McGough, Ken Markham, John Northam, Jay Patterson, Bill Tinsley, and Ray White. WATCH THAT BUNKER- Junior Johnny Jarvis watches and waits while Cary Rochelle shoots for the pin. Courtesy is a requirement for good golf. ,r W r. 2 vii if ,ff I Z 1 WY W IT MIGHT BREAK TO THE RIGHT - Cary Rochelle and David Zimmerman assist Johnny Jarvis in a risky putt. if I DIG IT - Senior Walter Hughes desperately tries to wedge his ball out of the trap and onto the green. Such shots are important. I I I Y E ,,,, . FOREI - Senior Jack Boggs puts alittle English on his ball as it flies for the rough. Golf is a demanding sport indeed. 131 Tennis team members enioyed renovated courts From the very beginning of this year, the prospects for our tennis team were hopeful. The top six of both the boys and the girls teams were returning members. Workouts started in August and by Janu- ary the players had completed their play- offs and were ranked. Recent renovations of our tennis courts were a chain link fence enclosing them, a new lacote surface, and the addition of cloth nets. These brought our courts up to necessary standards. The different tournaments and the bus trips to them were enioyed by all. The two main highlights of the year were the Shreveport and Southern State tourna- ments. ln Shreveport the team celebrated by eating dinner at Panchos with a Bas- kin-Robbins chaser afterwards. At the Southern State tournament tennis matches were played until 1:00 and 2:00 a.m. Then the members spent the rest of the night in the dormitories. r The victories won were earned by hard EW' as work and determination though, and in all it was a good season. .M 3... l'VE GOT STYLE - Junior netter Becky Browning watches as senior Jimmy Live- say serves the ball to his opponent in an afternoon practice session. EVERYONE SAY CHEESE - Females serving the team as enthusias- lee Young, and Lesa Young, Second row: Becky Flatte, Becky tic tennis players are First row: Martha Norton, Jane Knight, Laura- Browning, Cathy Pesek, and Martha Terry. BOY'5 TEAM - First row: Scott Atkins, Jimmy Livesay, and David Long, and Robert Howell, Third row: Mark Cooper, Brian Buford Joseph, Second row: Bill Long, Randy White, Fred Norton, Bob Steve Schoen, Chad Brint, and William Morris. v SERVE'S UP - Senior tennis team member Lauralee Youn practices her serve so she can play well in her upcoming match. anxiously awaits for her opponent to return her serve. g HERE IT COMES AGAIN - Junior tennis netter Becky Browning 133 . Of! 0 X 'f,. 'PX 1 7 , - 'N 49" ,,.,..-..- Q 541 'F 1 A-.a ' Q 1 as 'XV + x, ,. 9"Ug A 4,,.,,- lf! i f -....- In """"'...':'!! CURRICULUM A wide variety of courses is offered here at THS. Some are mandatory, while others cater to the interests of each individual. 'iff 1 ' I 1 .I I 2' if :X sal 'Q WHAT WAS THAT AGAIN - Sophomore Cecil Houff takes a SUMMING THINGS UP - Senior Mike Young quickly finishes break from note taking to ask questions in general business. one of his bookkeeping problems onthe adding machine. New machines added to business department HOPE I GOT THAT RIGHT - Seniors Paula Simpson and Mariane take dictation at a fast rate. Dictating machines are sometimes used Dickson are in deep concentration as they listen to their lesson and in shorthand class to increase their speed. ONE MORE MINUTE - Sophomores Dan Williams and Cheryl rings. Students were required to take these one-minute time writings Vines rush to finish their one-minute speed drills before the bell to build up both speed and accuracy in Typinglclasses. ,I l l O Nw' pg ii, . T iis S as ill l A T- S ,is t ' T itte' eiiiniiifieni H l THOUGHT SO - Senior Sharon Columbus takes a moment out to reflect on one of her problems which she was wondering about in business law class. Students were taught many skills that were helpful in the business world. The courses that were offered at Texas High were typing l and ll, shorthand, book- keeping, data processing, general busi- ness and business law. Typing students learned both speed and accuracy. Typing I students learned to type letters, memorandums, postal cards and especially term papers. Typing ll students improved on their speed with fewer mistakes. Students in shorthand learned symbols to shorten words, which was helpful in dictation and note taking. Bookkeeping students were taught to keep a system of books with emphasis on recording and interpreting financial papers. ln data processing, emphasis was placed on computers and learning how to operate Keypunch machines. General business gave stu- dents a study of occupations, credit, American business and competence in managing affairs. Business law students learned evalua- tion of law and employer-employee rela- tionships. 7 Classes prepared students for employment Architectural skills were tested this year as mechanical drawing students studied industrial drawing and geometric designs. Students first learned to use the tools of mechanical drawing, and later developed techniques in planning and precise measuring. Auto mechanics students studied the intricacies of car engines and the skills required to work with them. Tigerland Beauty Salon was open every Wednesday afternoon. The salon offered services of its students in giving manicures, and shampooing, cutting, and setting hair. Modern efficient equipment aided stu- dents enrolled in the three hour course of building trades. The skills of carpentry were taught to the students as they built small pieces of furniture. Their main pro- iect was the building of a real house. TV and radio repair was a three hour course designed to help students develop the skills needed to enter employment in the field of TV and radio repair after graduation. ONE MORE THING - Junior Danny McVey replaces the clutch and accelerator cables on his motorcycle in auto mechanics. l'M NOT SURE I UNDERSTAND - Senior Mike Young pauses from his mechani- cal drawing to listen to Mr. Brock's explanation of their work. IS THAT TOO TIGHT? - Senior Pat Smith curls a patron's hair in cosmetology's Wednesday night Beauty Salon. S THE FOUNDATION - Building Trades instructor Mr. Ear- the house they are building while senior Rickey Frederick and iunior ell points out some important things about the foundation of Ronnie Willis take note of what he is saying. L A. THIS TUBE IS GOOD - Junior Carl it . Steed tests some TV wires and tubes with a delicate testing machine in TV and radio repair. JUST A FEW MORE COPIES AND l'LL BE THROUGH - Senior where she is employed as a VOE student. She is copying the Edith Richards runs the copying machine at the administration office 'limes to be distributed among the students. Tiger Vocational Co-op produced experienced workers Cooperative vocational classes this year were ICT, VOE, DE, HECE, Ag-coop, and health occupations. ICT llndustrial Cooperative Trainingl trained students in skilled occupations such as plumbing, auto mechanics, and welding. In VOE Wocational Office Edu- cationl girls worked in offices throughout the school and community as secretaries. If a student wanted to work in a whole- sale or retail store, then his vocational program was DE lDistributive Educationl. HECE lHome Economics Cooperative Educationl was for girls interested in working in home economics related iobs. Some of these were in restaurants, day care centers, and fabric shops. Ag-coop dealt with the veterinary field and feed and seed stores. Jobs in hospital labs, dentistry occupations, and other health related fields were.associated with Health Occupations. These phases of the off-campus voca- tional program helped students to gradu- ate as confident workers in the skill of their choice. CHECK IT OUT - D.E. student, David Lewis, works hard at the cash register ing up the prices of items purchased at Howarcl's Department Store. PLANTS NEED LOVE TOO - Mark Treos, Ag-Coop stu- dent, inspects plants at Bunch Garden Center. THIS GOES RIGHT HERE - Distributive Education students Clyde Walker and David Rowe stock the grocery shelves at Howard's. NO MISTAKES - VOE student, Karen Copeland fills out business reports in the Texas High administration office where she works. M it rr sa se wtf C L l 141 NOW IF I CAN MAKE A KNOT, I'LL BE THROUGH - Juniors Ethel Kelly and Natalie Florence stitch hems, the finishing touches, ing proiects in homemaking cifuss. ' Homemaking students learned by experience Learning the skills of managing a home was the goal of homemaking students. Various aspects of running a home were studied. Homemaking I, II, and III stu- dents Iearned about cooking, sewing, child care, and interior decorating. Stu- dents had a chance to try their hands at preparing foods in class. Each student had to construct at least one garment. They were required to complete a project outside of class each quarter. Instructors frequently took their students on field trips. Other home economics related classes offered were Home Management, Family Living, Home Furnishings and Child Developement. Bachelor survival was added to Texas High's list of home eco- nomics classes in the spring of 1974. This class was designed for young men who felt that a basic knowledge of cooking, sewing, and other bits of information would be useful to them. Experience gained from this course would help them "survive" on their own. THIS SHOULD BE GOOD - Paul Coleman combines the ingredients for the bis- cuits he is going to bake in his morning Bachelor Survival class. by hand. The girls are making these garments as one of their sew- Agriculture provided first hand experiences WHAT A TANGLEl - Senior Horticulture student, Mark Roberts, works at untan- gling a piece of soft wire that will be used in floral arrangements. In Agriculture the students were taught nine maior subiects which were animal and plant science, soil and water conser- vation, soil science, leadership develop- ment, citizenship, agriculture economics, record keeping of project programs, and agricultural mechanics such as welding, plumbing, basic electricity, woodworking, painting, and masonry. Some of agriculture activities consisted of such things as livestock shows, which were held at the Four States Fair, the Houston Livestock shows and Spring product shows. The students also have home proiects such as raising calves and crops. ln Horticulture this year, Mr. Benbow taught basic plant science, green house management, land scaping, and floral arrangement to his students. Horticulture is a two year, two hour course offered to iuniors and seniors. THIS REALLY COTTON? - S h op omore agriculture students, at the various different stages of development. While studying plant Nicklas and Glen Wright observe different types of plant life growth, students spent much time in observation. 143 Mini-courses added variety to English classes Once again this year the English classes played an important role in our school curriculum. Sophomore English classes learned through book reports, creative writing, compositions, and their new grammar workbooks. They studied Julius Caesar, and the novelette, The Pearl. Poetry was read aloud, discussed, and students experimented with poetry of their own. To concentrate on special interests they participated in mini-courses at the end of the year. Junior English students worked on the various parts of grammar. They studied famous American authors, completed a research paper and spent the last quarter of the year in mini-courses. In senior English classes, students could be found singing ballads, studying Canterbury tales, Beowulf, or making an intensive study of grammar. Included in senior English mini-courses were English mystery and detective, Utopian Litera- ture, Science Fiction, the Bible as Litera- ture, and Modern Drama. HOW MUCH LONGER IS THIS ANYWAY? Junior Carl Fomby utilizes his notes while he takes the semester exam make-up test for English GERUNDS OR PARTICIPLES? - Junior English students, Vicki green, Joanne Griffin, Jami Lumas Sandra Page Naoma Stearn, Melodie Allison, Doreen McKinney, Carolyn King, Kelly Pil- and Mary Brown use their workbooks AND THEN HE SAID . . . - Junior English students Fran Hollings- worth, John Dodge, Sherrie Houff, Cliff Ford, and Fritz Maher glee- TAKING A BREAK - Carol Simpson glances up from her English book while her teacher is discussing the new lesson. fuly participate in "Zoom," a game using new vocabulary words to make a story carried from one student to another. A ,LFF F CAN I HELP YOU? - Exchange student Henry Certain looks on as Bruce Strawn diligently investigates research paper sources. 145 6 A MOMENT OF REFLECTION - Geometry students Dale Freeman, Debbie Nobles, Dorothy Bailey, Frank Yirke, and Allen Carnation Paula Smith, Mark Icenhower, Shanterial Hopwood, Jan Zamora, pause for some instructions on an assignment. Math department prepared students for future WORKING IT OUT - Sophomore math students Mona Dowd and Dorothy Arnett carefully illustrate problems from their homework assignment on the blackboard. There were varied reasons for stu- dents to take math courses this year. Some studied to prepare for college or a future career. Some enrolled in math courses to attain the required credits. Others were in it because they enioyed it, and some people took math for seemingly no reason at all. A primary obiective of the math department was to provide a program for all students. This idea was shown in the variety of courses offered. Stu- dents had a choice of fundamentals of math, algebra, introductory algebra, consumer math, geometry, trigonome- try, analytic geometry or calculus. Some students preferred fundamen- tal math, while others delved into tri- gonometry, analysis, or calculus. Con- sumer math helped those people who were economically orientated and still others increased their knowledge with algebra or geometry. In any case, a student interested in math was likely to find a course suited for him and a teacher ready to help him learn about it. , 4 -l in gm , , A uv-""""""WT Q L 3, mg ig it ANTICIPATION? - Russ Thomas, Rodger Waldrop, Billy Teal, CAUGHT UNAWARE - Senior Elaine Hubbard studies an example and Dale Post impatiently await the end of math class. ofa new type of problem found in her consumer math book. THIS IS GOING TO BE A LONG DAY -Juniors Paula Smith, Jay Rainey wait for the bell to ring in their Trig-Analysis class. Other stu- Crownover, Laura Lowe, Fritz Maher and seniors Bill Long and Billy dents continue to work on their homework. 147 Science labs produced informat've results Science teachers felt that the purpose of their courses was to stimulate scientific interest and to show its relevancy and importance to modern man. In science, the interactions from man to man and man to his environment were studied. A pre-physics or pre-chemistry course, physical science was concerned with the study of matter and energy. Biology I was the study of life. Biology Il was a more in depth study of the bio- logical sciences. The study of chemical substances and their reactions was Chemistry I. Advanced Science or Chemistry II went further into chemical studies. Physics constituted the study of the laws of motion, electricity, and matter and their interactions. Science students also worked on pro- iects that coincided with the All School Fair on March I. These were different experiments and models. BEAT THE BELL - Sophomore Dwayne to finish their science problems before th Coffey and Senior Bruce McKeever rush e end of their class period. :sfs1 STILL MORE QUESTIONS?-Ann Anderson and Greta Lundgaard ence books. These review questions, found at the end of every answer some of the seemingly never ending questions in their sci- chapter, helped the students review what they had learned. Q 1 it -f,--1 .zlz :,1 4 I WISH I HAD MY CALCULATOR! - Junior chemistry students problem and carefully fills out the data table for their lab report to Kathy Baker and Resa Harris observe Susan Hooks as she works a be turned in at the end ofthe class period. DON'T LOOK NOW - Sophomore chemistry student Donna Hightower is deep in thought while answering her study ques- tions. SHOW TIME - Senior Karen Williams and Sophomore Edward Venable watch a chemistry film as Cynthia Moore turns the projec- tor. 149 TM THIS ONE IS FUNNY - Senior Janie Bally shows to her sociology MY REPORT IS ABOUT -Junior Ricky Bradshaw does a special class a poster depicting man's cultural alternatives. report in his fifth period American history closs. H W qw rc . 2 rs., N ,P-'S WHERE ARE THE ANSWERS? - In fifth period American history Browning, Barry Abney, Cliff Ford, and Jim Foster complete work- class, iuniors Jay Crownover, Debbie Thomsen, Lesa Young, Becky sheets concerning politics during the twenties. Social studies classes learned world affairs YOU REALLY CAN'T MEAN THAT! - Seniors Cliff Hawk, Jeff Wil- from their regular classwork in psychology to enioy informal conver liams, Kathy McGee, Debbie Watson, and Susan Owens get away sations involving opinionated discussions. , ,,,c , I LIKE THAT lDEA - Seniors Jerry Philips and Robert E. Smith get ideas and examples for annotated bibliography cards in Black History. People, events, and places all found a place of importance as students studied the history of the United States and the world. World history classes studied the past civilization of old and new nations. ln American history, students gained knowl- edge of our nation's progress from the early days to the present. Government, a required course for seniors, students focused their study on subiects such as the President and his duties, congress, and other forms of gov- ernment. Sociology classes studied living conditions, behavior problems, and cus- toms of society. Psychology dealt with the mind. lt also gave students the basics for analyzing problems. In the economic classes students acquired knowledge of production, distribution, consumption of the world. Studying the past and future progress of blacks was the main concern of stu- dents in Black History. f s it sts Qf 5 ii' S til ff , , S ,.4L , f s as M t " of i' ' I FOUND IT - Senior Scott McCould helps Diane Tidwell translate work before the bell. Senior Mike Young finds that the verb coniu- a passage in their Spanish lll book as they try to finish their home- gation he is working on is not too difficult. Espanol students studied Spanish customs 'Muy Facil, Verdad?' was the question Spanish students were frequently asked by their teacher, Mrs. Moser. First year students began the year by adopting Spanish names. They learned simple sentence patterns, the numbers from one to ten, and a comprehensive vocabulary. As the year progressed, they began writing more complex sentences and applying these sentences to written and oral conversations. Second and third year students spent much of their time reading and writing different types of Spanish dialogues. These students, because of their enlarged vocabularies, were able to play games such as monopoly, Scrabble, and bingo. Some classes listened to flamenco music and learned the Spanish version of several Christmas carols. All students enrolled in Spanish classes learned not only the language, but also the history of the Spanish people. Spanish students welcomed a new teacher this year, Mrs. Mary Lou Dundee. She taught Spanish land lll. MUY INTERESANTE - An interesting translation catches senior Cathy Parker's attention as she does her Spanish assignment during second period. Students improved French by playing games X 'X x Ms rife s ,gs f. c 'ip M nnee E S 1: as 1 ,vs , ,Z ' ' WHERE IS IT? - Susie McDowell looks for a page in the French book to find answers to her homework while Tracey Bishkin writes down the questions. 'Comprenez-vous?' was the phrase most often heard by French I students after every daily discussion. First year stu- dents spent the greater part of the year learning the basics of the French lan- guage such as the numbers, the alphabet, mathematics, sentence patterns, and many vocabulary words. These students were allowed one activity period a week which they spent playing games that helped increase their French vocabulary. Second and third year students were allowed two activity days a week. The favorite games of the students were Bingo, Scrabble, Victoire, and Miles Borne. Throughout the year, they pres- ented several dialogues and short memorizations. All French students were involved with the French lab as they listened to various tapes with headphones. F45 W 'IANGING AROUND - Melanie Hamilton shows iff her Halloween costume in French class. LISTEN CAREFULLY - Junior Don Newton listens carefully to the questions on a French tape so that he will be able to answer them correctly. 153 JA, ICH VERSTEHE - Julie Patterson is playing cards during activ- ity day which students participated in each Monday. LESEN SIE! - George Massey reads his response to an exercise in his German workbook while Paul Miller listens in. German, one of many languages offered at THS "Good Morning," says Mr. Dale Vick- ers, only his expression sounds more like "Guten Morgen," or after 10:00 it becomes "Guten Tag." Through one or two years of German, students rehearsed dialogues to learn the sounds and rhythm of the language. They memorized dia- logues for the class. Another form of dia- logue was the impromptu dialogue where the student is given a situation and must effectively act it out. ln this way students learned to think the language so they wouldn't have to translate every word to English, as in regular translations. With picture cards, Mr. Vickers told a story in German to show the different aspects of German life. Filmstrips were used to review the vocabulary lessons. Recorded drills and exercises aided listening com- prehension and the Mickey Mouse clock taught the numbers. MORE DRILLS TO STUDY - Senior Leighsa Bean takes down a short list 4 assignments in German II which includes grammar and speaking exercises. Latin study provided an English background l Latin, supposedly the language of the dead, is apparently living in room 39. Latin is a very valuable language because of its precision and logical exact- ness. First year students learned vocabulary words and constructions. Translations about Roman life were a great part of their assignments. Caesar's Gallic Wars, Cicero's orations, the adventures of Cupid and Psyche were diligently studied by the second and third year students. Class drills were frequently used to test the students' understanding of the lan- guage. Students of Latin derived the meanings of English words from the related Latin. Therefore, they gained a background in mainly with the constructions of nouns, verbs, and phrases. grammar and v0C0bUl0fY that will help them learn living languages. I HOPE THIS IS RIGHT - Junior Nancy McKinney works on exercises which deal 1' 'Nc CICERO REALLY SAID SOME GREAT THINGS - Jim Bishkin and Cicero to Mrs. Hamilton. All three seem to be taking time off to Frank Pryor have lust finished translating a passage about Marcus digest the words of Cicero. l55 - -asm CHARMED, I'M SURE! - Senior Ira French and senior Dorcas Davis CHECK THIS OUT! - Junior Janet Sanders gives senior Tony illustrate howto formally introduce one's self to another. Brown a real whirl during their Speech I class. Speech improved students' creative ability Self-confidence and poise came in handy when students presented informa- tive speeches and entertaining mono- logues before fellow classmates. Experi- ence in public speaking improved the speaker's delivery techniques. Also, those listening to such speeches improved their ability to listen. Students were given the chance to become dramatists through interpreta- tions, comedians through comical imper- sonations, and salesmen through per- sonal sales speeches. They were also given the chance to express themselves through silent pantomimes. Students gave debates in class with other classmates. They did their own research work to make interesting and educational debates for the Interscholas- tic League Competition. GO AWAY! -- Seniors Angela McGary and Reginald Scott can't seem to have c minute together without Ira French bothering them, but it's only a play. 156 Drama students app.ied skills to the stage ' Vs rg ., E, ii s s ,l ssss ,, l ssss f ss s T ss, s My - W ssl ,,,s T ' "': ' gV,Ah W , s,,1 o s ss ' A - 1 ss., ' A D' W llfl ll fi-rl ' ., "', is- 1 -A ti . I '1'7'L A ' f'G" ,A f ,, . ,f ,,, K - ,-1, "'7 ' 1 f 'fl L g A ff V, ff ' A-'J-gg . I Vzrrkrrk I N .. zsi T W T s A s' s r A , ,,,, ' sk K .. .- If 9 ' l f ' QL E l E e 3 gli will , gigs ' -f- 1' Kf"'k ' " I NOW WHAT DO WE DO? - Drama students Rob Williams and Brian Mounsey explain the details of their next assignment to senior Teri Gustafson. The main goal of the students enrolled in drama classes this year was to learn the skills of acting and be able to apply them to the stage. Some skills were learn- ing the different facial expressions and doing impersonations. During the first quarter of this year, Drama I students spent many hours work- ing on play reports. Each week, they read a three-act play and gave a summary on it. Other students presented pantomimes and monologues to their classes. Some classes were required to memorize several famous speeches. The drama department was responsi- ble for the three plays presented this year. They were the Senior Play, the Jun- ior Play andthe All-School Musical. Many drama students tried out for parts in these plays. Others worked as stagehands, in make-up, as lighting tech- nicians, and making props. s 'ANTOMIME - Senior Mike Eckstein gets carried away as he seems LET'S PLAY CRAZY EIGHTS - Mark Cooper concentrates on o enioy a coke and French fries in first period drama class. dealing the cards in a make-believe card game. 15 7 . . . s AN UNEXPECTED SURPRISE! - Cindy Callahan reads her horo- HOW INTERESTING! - Junior Becky Moore in Journalism scope which is favorable in romance for the day. reads the editorials from the last week's Tiger Times. Journalism pupils studied newspaper makeup Since the newspaper was the prime factor of iournalism, students were required to read and simply examine the newspaper's structure. The introduction to the course had involved first getting used to reading the newspaper and learning what to look for in a news article from a iournalistic point of view. Sec- ondly, students learned what was involved in writing a news story. Begin- ning with the collecting of facts through interviews, writing effective copies, and finally establishing an effective headline. Different format styles such as the newspaper, the magazine, and the year- book were incorporated into the class to offer a comparison of styles. As the year progressed students went on to design their own formats, making their own interviews, and writing up their own articles. One of the assignments of the year was to write a feature story. Some of those that had newspaper quality were submitted to the Tiger Times. I'LL FIND IT - Junior David Steelman refers to the daily paper for some add tional information to add to the day's discussion of the newspaper. fe sf Johnny did .earn to read in Reading Lab THIS ONE LOOKS INTERESTING - Choosing a lesson from the S.R.A. lab in the appropriate color section is sophomore Deborah Franklin. Reading lab became a very profitable part of the school's curriculum. It was for some time a course taken only by those who were college bound and needed to have a little more background on the sub- iect. Students did not receive credit for it, therefore, students in study halls could sign up for the course. Later reading lab was changed to a credited course. Stu- dents enrolled in the course for a six week period of time and received full credit towards graduation. The importance of this course was not iust to help those who read well or had difficulty comprehending what they read. It was also for students who wished to improve their speed. Reading Lab provided for many differ- ent aspects of reading improvement. Some of the tools used were the RFU - advanced courses in critical thinking, Reader's Digest Audio Lessons, and con- trol reader machines. NO TIME TO LOOK UP NOW - Sophomore Rita Stewart and sen- will be required to answer questions concerning the story, then the ior Lonnie Miles listen and read along with a story tape. Later they students will be graded on their comprehension. 159 Y tsyt it at Q 7 I -W"' i I - v , I 4 " f' A x V AlL,., .L,L ' i I S I S ystt I I J S LOOK OUT PICASSOI - Art I student Lisa Walker laughs as GREAT ARTIST AT WORK - Art I student Travis Edmond concen she views the three-dimensional animal she is making. trates on a design for his balloon sculpture. Students developed personalized style of art This year's art classes could be seen sketching away on the hillside, by the pond, beneath the trees, and through the halls of Texas High. Mrs. Nelle Stewart, art instructor, tried to bring out the stu- dent's need to create. Art I classes were involved in obtaining an understanding of the art principles and design elements and trying to gain a Art II and Ill students obtained a sequential art program where one art experience led to another and built upon the art principles and design techniques encountered in Art I. Students also used art techniques to respond personally to if problem solving, social statement, and communication. Art IV gave students the opportunity to develop their own personalized style in the basic techniques of drawing, painting, graphic art, and three dimensional art. THIS NEEDS TO BE DARKER - Art students Carolyn Barnes and Rhonda Sulliva make pencil sketchings ofa photograph on the cover of a magazine. basic knowledge of life and figure draw- 5 3 mg. E E Choir members performed at various functions A CAPPELLA CHOIR MEMBERS - First row: Abigail Barnes, Mary Luanne Cerrato, Nathelma Haywood, Cathy West, Shelia Kennedy, Harmon, Phyllis Parker, Jerri House, Cecelia Bland, Melinda Jones, Vicki Waller, and Debi Nobles, Third row: Greg Nixon, Danny Saundra Sherwood, Sandy Vetrano, Seraphine Tolliver, Chaula Bowling, Kelvin Anderson, Gary Seward, Largardia Washington, Rana, Shirley Fields, and Debbie Ross, Second row: Paula Mathis, Eddie Warren, and Barry Looney. Susan Owens, Lois Wright, Ginger Wreyford, Debbie Rucker, , ,..: RE YOU ALL READY? - Mr. Marvin Brewster, music instructor, gets ready to ractice on one of the many songs they sang throughout the year. Various members of A Cappella Choir participated in the District try- outs. Those who won District were able to tryout for All-region. They then went to All-area and All-state held in January. They also chose solo music to participate in the UIL, solo and ensemble contests where they were rated on individual singing abil- ity. The A Cappella Choir also partici- pated in sight reading contests. Singing carols of old and new, A Cappella Choir could be heard throughout the halls during the Christ- mas season practicing for their con- cert. A special group of singers was formed this year called the Pop Sing- ers. The Pop Singers performed con- certs for PTSA, service clubs, and luncheons. Besides A Cappella Choir, Mr. Mar- vin Brewster also taught girls' and boys' choir. lol NOW THIS IS WHAT THEY CALL THE ENGINE - Driver's Training Karen King, Pam Griffin, and Ben Frazier the important things they instructor Mr. James Sheffield, shows students Cordelia Haynes, should know about car engines. Driver's Training taught safe driving ln Drivers Training this year students were taught the rules of the road. Mr. Sheffield instructs his students on the new and old laws of driving. They were taught by films, simulators, and actual behind the wheel driving, supervised by Mr. Sheffield. After completing their classroom train- ing and passing their written test, stu- dents received their restricted license. Their restricted license gave them the right to drive with someone eighteen years or older in the car with them. After this they were put in the simulators for I5 days. Then came the real test, actual behind the wheel driving. After complet- ing this they were given their operator's license, which made them full-fledged drivers. CHECK THOSE REAR VIEWS - In his Drivers' Ed. class, William Morris prepares to use the simulators after checking his rear view mirrors. Resource classes enriched learning ability r 5 E . ,,...Q,rm Z L, , E W . eil 3 ? S ,gm Y v sq YQ 2? NE Q X3 T ..,,.q-as N,.c .s . lT MUST BE EXACTLY RIGHT -- Junior Sharon McClary reads a magazine to get ideas for a drawing, as Calvin Coffey sketches a design. Students needing special instructions in basic courses such as Math, English, and Social Studies were enrolled in resource classes with an instructor specially trained in these areas. In the math class, students learned how to use the adding machine to work out their math problems. They also worked with plaster of paris and made clay models. Some of the students did not attend regular classes while other students were enrolled in regular classes as well as the resource classes. There were some students who partici- pated in vocational programs during which they worked half a day and went to school half a day. These students worked at grocery stores, furniture stores, and restaurants. The instructor for the resource class was Mrs. Phyllis Martindale. E VERNACULAR? - Bob Toulson is intrigued with a difficult definition WHERE lS THAT PAGE? - Sophomore Kim Dougan flips in the dictionary during sixth period resource class. through a magazine during her fifth period resource class. Ll. TWO MORE POINTS - A member of a physical education class Basketball was one of the many indoor sports the boys played makes a shot while his fellow teammates watch to see if it goes in. They also played such outdoor games as football and tennis. Physical fitness stressed in P.E. and health Girl's health and physical education E A A classes were taught by Mrs. Betty Foulke. Mrs. Foulke also was the tennis coach this year. Coach Steve James was in his third year as boy's health teacher. Coach Tommy Younk and Coach Don Woods taught boy's P.E. while doubling as B- team football coaches. The boy's and girl's P.E. classes rotated the use of the P.E. equipment. They also bowled together during the winter. The boys started the school year by playing soccer. Later in the year, the boys played basketball and golf and the girls turned to volleyball and basketball. Physical fitness tests were given peri- odically during the year. The results were compared with other students from around the country. The Presidential Physical Fitness Award was given to out- standing students. The health classes concentrated on personal grooming and first aid. They also studied the bones and muscles of the 5 human body. 5 THIS IS WHAT THE SCALES SAY - Debbie Nobles reads Carol Alexander's exact height and weight from the scales in their health class. E5 W! Pep squad cheered their Tigers on to victory G-R-R-REATI - Lieutenants Patty Holmes, Susan Hooks, and Mildred Cook growl with Tiger spirit. WE LOVE YOU! - JayVee cheerleaders are Suzette Dees, Kari Kennedy, Vivian Baily, Cindy Griffith, Marcie Rochelle, and Jean Kunkel. Yea orange, yea white, yea Tigers, fight, fight, fight. As the traditional orange and white infiltrated Texas High each Friday, students were mystified by the enormous number of pep squad uni- forms. At 236, the Tigerettes proudly dis- played the largest squad in the history of the school. As the Tigerettes performed, they were under the direction of seven senior captains and three iunior lieuten- ants who were responsible for teaching the entire pep squad all of the cheers, songs, and hand motions throughout the school year. These ten girls led classroom and afternoon practices and instructed the squad in the impressive 'T' formation that was performed at every home game. Aside from cheering the Tiger 'B' team, the Junior Varsity cheerleaders served as active members in the Tigerettes at all Varsity games. Mrs. Nancy Tullos, who co-ordinated the activities of the pep squad, and many of the special events, had a great deal to do with the enthusiasm of the squad. SAY HEY! - Captains are Cindy Langford, Kathy Magee, Betsy Cook, Nathelma Haywood, Rosielle Nichols, Carol Short and Debbie Watson. 165 mt. in Tigerette members are: Cathy Agan, Cathy Allen, Melody Allison, Leigh Ann Andrews, Dorothy Bailey, Vivian Bailey, Kathy Baker, Debbie Bardwell, Carolyn Barns, Jerita Barrow, Cindy Bass, Beth Bateman, Linda Bouldwin, Debbie Ben- net, Tracey Bishkin, Jayna Boyd, Carmen Brown, Joyce Brown, Mary Brown, Val- erie Brown, Tami Bunger, Ann Burch, Tamara Butler, Beverly Campbell, Geor- gia Chamblee, Rebecca Chamlee, Mar- tha Chandler, Susan Clements, Michelle Cockerell, Minagail Colley, Sherry Col- lum, Martha Cook, Vivian Cooper, Carla Cordell, Lisa Courtney, Kathy Crain, Melissa Crenshaw, Charlotte Culp, Marva Davenport, Diane Davis, Marsha Day, Suzette Dees, Mona Dowd, Sonia Dowd, Cheryl Dunbar, Amy Duncan, Susan Duncan, Debbie Duree, Rosanne Earnest, Beth Edgeman, Cindy Fergason, Nancy Ferrell, Tamla Fields, Kaye Finley, Nancy Flaherty, Tammy Flynn, Leslie Foulk, Jeanne Francis, Lisa Freeman, Lori Freeman, Phyllis Gaddis, Tracey Goad, Patricia Goff, Connie Golden, Regina Goodloe, Heide Green, Pam Griffin, Cindy Griffinth, Cindy Haire, Debbie Hall, Laurie Hall, Julia Hall, Donna Har- ris, Reesa Harris, Ginny Hathoot, Felita Henderson, Sherilyn Henry, Patty Hodge, Fran Hollingsworth, Shanterial Hopwood, Sharon Horrocks, Evelyn Houff, Anne Howard, Frances Howell, Lisa Hughes, Martha Humphreys, Nancy Hunley, Jackie Johns, Gaye Johnson, Sara Johnson, Virginia Johnson, Sharon Johnston, Deniese Jones, Kim Judd, Diana Kaburick, Lee Ann Keller, Kari Kennedy, Kathy Kennedy, Carolyn King, Karen King, Jean Kunkel, Barbara Lewis, Lisa Little, Kelly Lower, Tammy Lower, Jamie Lummus, Carol Luter, Mickie Lybyer, Lynn Lyndon, Angie Martin, Cara McCloskey, Dana McCollum, Karen McCulloch, Susan McDowl, Lisa McFerran, Mary McGrane, Nancy McKinney, Tammy McKinney, Parr McQuire, Becky Moore, Kay Myers, Jar Nash, Beth Neal, Cindy Nesbitt, Pan' Newton, Sherri O'Bannon, Cammie Ois- ter, Debbie Palmer, Alice Pappas, Tricic Parmley, Elanda Patterson, Pam Pavatt, Linda Paxton, Natalie Peak, Michele Peek, Lisa Plunkett, Deborah Poe, Cindy Posey, Susan Presswood, Larkin Pringle Peggy Purifoy, Angela Rainey, Sandrc Rebber, Julie Reeves, Janet Reid, Susar Revels, Jane Rhoades, Debbie Rhymer Debbie Robertson, Lee Robison, Jackie Rochelle, Marcy Rochele, Pat Rolark Wren Rowe, Anna Rozell, Janet San ders, Sheila Sanders, Vivian Sanders Diane Schlonga, Debra Scott, Karer Sewell, Carol Simpson, Paula Smith Cathy Sprayberry, Pam Spriggs, Karer Stacey, Margaret Stacy, Prissy Steen borg, Terrye Stephens, Vicki Stearn, Kin Stevens, Barby Stoken, Brenda Stone fs , . 2 s ti A I. 4' 5 -5 t l -V it fain V . ,, ,V,. 1 , 9 s 'f 1'1,, ,,,, , . 9 " ,E f a:-ff- iw, V'f. ,:,, ' 2 1, :W 53 1 ' - f - .- Qi ,iffff i ' . ,, -4- ,, 32' V .viz-us!--1-4 -f-f- if ,.,f,. 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" ,, 1 - it lj , if . ,,, m,,, ,, -- ,H-1--T ' Q gm . t . 2 EM. ,. .,.. . -...J . ,, V M -Q it wiv AA A . ,. , 5514121 fag it Q I 15 , , ..,,. 4, Judy Sutton, Teri Taylor, Martha Terry, Cynthia Thomas, Jeri Thompson, Martha Thornton, Mary Traylor, Jan Vam, Sharon Van Hooser, Sally Van Horn, Cheryl Vines, Marilyn Wagstatf, Bettye Walker, Lisa Walker, Sonja Walker, Kay Walraven, Sharon Ward, Sandra Wash- ington, Kathy West, Jeri Whidden, Bar- bara White, Patricia Williams, Andrea Wills, Rhonda Wilson, Melanie Wood, Vicki Woodward, Connie Works, Ann Wunnenberg, Cindy Young, Karen Young, Kelley Young, Jan Zamora. Lieutenants are: Patty Holmes, Susan Hooks, Mildred Cook. Captains are: Nathelma Haywood, Cindy Langford, Carol Short, Debbie Watson, Rosilee Nichols, Kathy McGee, Betsy Cook. Tigerettes gave the student body spirit at THS Practice began early for the Tigerettes as they prepared for a spirited year at Texas High. They started learning cheers during the summer. Members were drilled on motions and depth of voice. Their cheers at pep rallies, home games, and out-of-town games showed that the hours of practice had paid oft. Each week of football season the Tig- erettes decorated the school and stadium for the coming game. They also sold rib- bons, buttons, bumper stickers, decals, and hats to boost the Tigers on to many victories. On pillowcase day they wore their art work. Sponsor for the Tigerettes was Mrs. Nancy Tullos. The captains and lieuten- ants worked with her to keep things in order. Together they were able to arrange the squad into the "T" formation in the opening ceremonies before each home football game. They also kept records of all the various sales made throughout the year. YOU'RE THE GREATEST - Varsity Trochia, Becky Chambers admires the Tiger she loves most of all as she poses for the photographer. 7 Trumpets Walter Alexander Gary Autrey Robert Taylor Brian Barry Matt Golden Garnette Kennedy Mike Keys Mike Shepherd Harry Cogell Brian Fountain Nathan Haywood Brian Hendrix Calvin Houff Carl McCutcheon Steve Newberry John Pinkham Tommy Phoades LeeAnn Riley Cindy Webb Mike Kacos Steven Braddock Chris Riley Baritones Danny Daniels Gail Gray Dennis Poore Mike Brower James Daniels Roderick Moore Tony Pillow Shelly Spencer George Fincher Alan Gray Cliff Blaylock Richard Morrison Basses Bobby Young David Delaughter Dana Laseter Steve Wood Trombones Mark Burger Tim Butler Steve Maley Mike McVey Tommy Bonham Irby Burgess Robert Deloach Kent Harris Bill Lindley Ricky Arnold Drums Kip Roberts David Vammen Shawn Walker Vickie Foshee Mark McVay Larry Foster Burney Jones Lesley Richie Sue White Harold Irving Majoreffes Tonya Baker Betsy Brown Carol Chiaizio Pat Huth Diane Braves Beverley Morrison Rhonda Penton Betty Pitchford Barbara Stephenson Wilma Wallar Drum Majors Ann Anderson Kathy Asimos Flutes Debra Avery Susie Cogell Marianne Dickson Donna Harding Cordelia Haynes Bonnie Henderson Jennifer Hevey Leta Leslie Connie Livsey Greta Lundgaard Cynthia Moore Kristy Murdock Carlita Smith Clarinets Nina Alexander Patty Bunn Teresa Choat Kathy Cranfill Lynda DuBois Patsy Heflin Reatha Henson Marry Houff Clifford Lee Rita McGinnis Priscilla McLeroy Tammy Merriman Pam Mortenson Debbie Mosley Sandra Mosley Felicha Pree Shelia Price Anita Reese Rita Stuart Pat Stroman Venetia Terrell Corlis Thurman Karen Walker Deborah Wilson A Sarah Whittley Lynda Wood Alto Saxes Kelvin Anderson David Deibert Donna Hightower Kip Pavey Brett Perroux Leon Shepherd Tenor Saxes Bill Atkins Bill Guy Tim Overstreet Karla Shipp James Slaton Bari Saxes William Avery Danny King Bass Clarinets Leighsa Bean Pam Butler Tracey Caudle Kent Green Tina Walsh Vickie Waller Marching Band helped increase school spirit Texas Senior High Marching Band con- sisted of T40 members. The marching band worked hard on the practice field to entertain the people at half-time at all the football games. For those few minutes, they worked hard to make the show as flawless as possible. Staying after school either to march or play music did not bother them, for they knew this was their way of showing spirit to the team. During the football season the band went to compete in a marching contest. After the football season was over, the marching band then changed into a con- cert band. They then slowed down to a smooth flowing music. During this course of the year, they played a concert. The band competed in another contest. This time they were working toward a sweep- stakes award. This year Texas High has a new type of band, an orchestra. Mr. Dean Bran- chcomb was the leader of this stringed orchestra. Mr. Branchcomb not only taught the orchestra, but he also helped Mr. Bob Ingram with.the band. THAT'S A B-FLAT! - Band director Mr. Bob Ingram conducts the band program at the pep rally to show the band's spirit for their football team. I Q M .,f..n.v,. L yf- - nuns "Q 0 P CLASSES W WM ww dfgifgifg 2 25' GUESS WHAT HAPPENED THE OTHER DAY - Sophomore class officers Tom Young, president, Jay Patterson, vice-president, Jimmy Sophomores faced new The seniors tell me I'm a "Silly Sophomore," but they never stop to realize that not so long ago they, too were sophomores. It looks as though I'm stuck here for the duration of the year, so I might as well make the best of it. It's really not so bad - it only took me a week to find my way through the halls, and I was only tardy twice before I realized it's impossible to talk, get I72 Link, secretary, and Karen Young, treasurer pass the time away making conversation about the great weather. beginning at Texas High a drink, or goto my locker between classes. Even as a sophomore, I have plenty to be proud of. Our iunior varsity teams are really good this year, and the JV cheerleaders are the best. Without us, the band and pep squad wouIdn't be as great as they are. We're a good group, and two years from now we may be the best senior class to ever hit Texas Senior High. Abbit, George Adcock, Jody Aimes, Gary Alexander, Nina Arnall, Douglas Arnold, Janet Arnold, Peggy Arnold, Richard Atkins, Scott Avard, Sammy Avery, William Bailes, David Bailey, Dorothy Bailey, Vivian Baker, Tonya Banks, Howard Bardwell, Debra Barrow, Jerita Barton, Richard Bass, Cynthia Bateman, Beth Bauldwin, Linda Bean, Bo Bell, Austin Bennett, Debbie Berger, Vickie Berian, Doty Bigus, Connie Biskin, Tracy Blackwell, Marily Blalock, Cliff Bland, Keith Blankenship, John Bolten, Linda Bonham, Tommy Fl Bordelon, Janet Borgeson, Gary Bowling, Mike Bowsen, Susan Boyd, Jayno Brackeen, Ronda Broddox, Steve Brazile, Linda Broderick, Jane Brookes, Gary Brown, Betsy Brown, Leslie Brown, Valerie Bryan, Ricky Buford, Bryan Bunch, Robert Bunger, Tami Bunn, Patti Burgess, Erby Burroughs, Bubba Butler, Tamara Calhoun, James Cannon, Donald Cannon, Ronald Carnation, Alan Carr, Mary Chamlee, Gary Choate, Teresa Clearman, Randall Cockerell, Michelle Coffee, Calbin Coffey, Urstin Cogell, Harry Coleman, Charles Coleman, John Nunn., Lab work played a valuable part in learning NNW' M GO FISH - George E. Moore assists Mary Richardson, Michelle Sanders, Johnny Altenbaumer, Cheryl Gellington, and Jean Honner with an experiment in their sixth period biology class. Collins, Garyan Collum, Sherry Columbus, Cynthia Cook, Martha Cooper, Carol Cooper, Valerie Cooper, Vivian Cordell, Carla Courtney, Lisa Crain, Katherin Cranfield, Kathy Crawford, David Crenshaw, Melissa Crowe, Scott Crowson, Lisa Crumpton, Samuel Curtis, Cindy Davis, Lisa Davis, Judy Day, Jim Day, Marsha Dees, Suzette DeLaughter, David Derrick, Jamie Desellem, Kim Dewberry, Gary Dill, Cynthia Dixon, Louise Dollarhide, Kenneth Done, Gina Douglas, Connie Dowd, Romona Dowd, Sonya Dunbar, Cheryl Duncan, Amy Duncan, Susan Earnest, Rose Edgman, Susan Elliott, Jeff Elliott, Mark Ellis, Laurence Ellis, Teresa Emerson, Lance Erie, Jerry Ferrell, Nancy Fields, Tamla Fincher, Tommy Flaherty, Nancy Flatte, Becky Flynn, Tamara Ford, Debora Ford, Ramona Foster, Robert Foulke, Leslie Fountain, Chris Fountain, Malcolm Fowler, Gus Frazier, Ben Francis, Jeanne Franklin, Debra Freeman, Dale Freeman, Lisa Freeman, Lori Gaddis, Phyllis Gellington, Cheryl George, Gail Gerrald, Charles Goff, Patricia Gray, Darren Gray, J. J. Green, Elwyn Green, Heide Green, Kent Grey, Alan Griffin, Pamela Griffin, Vicki Griffith, Cynthia Guy, Bill Haire, Cynthia Hale, Debi Hall, Julia Hall, Laurie Harding, Linda Hardy, Laura Hargrove, Richard Harlow, Jeffrey Harper, Thad Harris, Donna Harris, Gerald Harris, Kent Hase, David Haydel, Phil Haynes, Cordelia Haywood, Nathan Heard, James Heflin, Patsy Henderson, Felita Henderson, Pattie Hendrix, Brian Henry, Barbara Henry, Keith Henry, Sherilyn Henson, Reatha Hervey, Jennifer Hicks, Susan Hightower, Donna Hodge, Patricia Holder, Hoby Holmes, Tony Hon, Peggy Horrocks, David Hauff, Evelyn Houff, Calvin Howard, Anne Howard, Dolly Howell, Frances Hudson, Lisa Hughes, Brentley Hughes, Lisa Hunley, Nancy Hurt, Jack lcenhower, Mark Ingram, Robert lngram, Ronald Jackson, Irish l Jackson, Lamarcus Jackson, Myra Jarancik, Kathy Johnson, Linda Johnson, L'Tanya Johnson, Melinda Johnson, Sherron Johnson, Virginia Johnston, Diane Johnston, Sarah Jones, Brit Jones, Michael Joyner, Burt Judd, Kimberly Keaton, Scot Sophomores learned grammar with workbooks C i Xi 5330 Q gf ,,..,s-D 5 A 11' I'M GLAD THAT'S DONE WITH - Jean Kunkel finishes her English wait for the teacher to go over it. Sophomores used workbooks to exercise in her workbook while Sherilyn Henry and Angelic Rainey help them with punctuation and word usage. Assignments kept serious minded students busy INTERESTING - Jennifer Hervey has her book open to show Clyde Washington his assignments, but her interest turns elsewhere. Keck, Terry Keener, Noley Keller, Leann Kennedy, Kari Kennedy, Kathy King, Karen Kirkpatrick, Janet Knight, Joe Kunkel, Jean Lands, Jean Langford, Curtis Lemser, Lorrie Leslie, Leta Lewis, Barbara Lindley, Bill Link, Jimmy Lih'le, Lisa Littman, Bruce Livsey, Connie Loit, Patricia Lower, Tammy Luier, Carol Lybrand, Michael Lybyer, Michele Lyndon, Lynn Maddox, Mahhew Malaby, Miichel Markham, Kenneth Marley, Britt Marshall, Palricia Marfin, Karen Matlock, Steve Mahhews, Truih McBay, James McClemens, Kennessa McCloskey, Cara McCommas, Nova McCormack, David McCormick, Sheryl McCufcheon, Carl McDowell, Susan McFerrin, Lisa McGee, Pafrick McGinnis, Rita McGonegel, Anne McGough, Mike McGuire, Pam McKinney, Debbie McKinney, Tammy McMaster, Melinda McPherson, Lenora Mead, Barbara Meadows, Tina Millican, Jean Mills, Roger Mitchell, Jerry Moody, Mike Morrison, Richard Morrow, Charles Morriss, William Mosley, Sandra Nelson, Darrell Newberry, Steve Newton, Anne Newton, Charles Students kept in step with the latest dances DO THE BUMP - Sophomores Susie Watson and Linda Strong pass spare time at lunch by demonstrating a new dance. Nicklas, Mark Nixon, Mike Nobles, Debi Northam, Jon Norton, Richard Nowell, Wesley Oliver, Sandra Orr, Timothy Orta, Teresa Overstreet, Robin Pace, Perry Paradis, Jimmy Parker, Joe Parmley, Tricia Patterson, Jay Paxton, Linda Peak, Natalie Peek, Michele Penton, Rhonda Phillips, Joe Phillips, Timmy Pinkham, John Plunkett, Lisa Poe, Debra Poncelet, Michael Powell, Latresa Power, Jerry Presswood, Susan Price, Shelia Pringle, Jean Purifoy, Peggy Quinn, Earl Raab, Lee Rainey, Angelia Rana, Chaula Raney, Elizabeth Rape, Mary Raschke, Sandra Ray, Debbie Rebber, Sandra Reed, Jane? Reeves, Julie Reynolds, James Rhoades, Jane Rhoades, Tommy Rhymer, Debbie Richardson, Mary Richardson, Ronnie Richey, Leslie Riley, Chris Riley, Lee Ann Robertson, Debora Robinson, John Robison, Frances Rochelle, Marcia Rogers, Steven Ross, Ann Rowe, Wren Rucker, Deborah Ruffin, Ronald Rumba, Larry Sanders, Vicki Sanford, Dianne Sarfor, Cliff Saherfield, Doug Schlonga, Jeffrey Scoil, Debra Scurlock, Bill Seitz, Palsy Sellers, Sonny Sewell, Karen Shanks, Ronnie Sharp, Annette Shofner, Eugenia Short, Duane Simpson, Carol Sims, Warren Smith, Carlita Spinks, Leland Smith, Paula Stacy, Margret Starling, Janell Stephens, Malcolm Stephens, Terrye Stephenson, Barbara Stewart, Deborah Stewart, Marian Stoken, Barbara Stone, Brenda Stone, Rorie Strebeck, Sarah Stroman, Patricia Strong, Emma Strong, Lottie Sutton, Judy Taylor, Russell Taylor, Teri Terrell, Venetia Terry, Martha Thomas, Cynthia Thompson, Jeri Thornton, Martha Tubb, Peggy Turner, Bruce Turner, Paul Tyl, Debbie VanHooser, Sharon VanHorn, Sally Venable, Edward Vines, Cheryl Walker, Betty Walker, Karen Walker, Lisa Walker, Sonia Walker, Susan Walraven, Kay Walters, Theresa Ward, Sharon Washburn, Brenda Washington, Sandra Class discussion brought out self expression ASK ME A GOOD QUESTION Sophomore Mark Elliott is reviewing his notes in preparation for a panel discussion Watson, Yolanda Wattinger, Kenny Webb, Cynthia Welch, Mickey Wendeburgh, Curtis White, Barbara White, JoAnn White, Lafayette White, Lori White, Suzanne Whitney, Sarah Wicker, David Willard, Michelle Williams, Bob Williams, Cylvio Williams, Daniel Williams, Patricia Williamson, Debbie Williamson, John Wills, Andree Wilson, Rhonda Witham, Rickey Wood, Lynda Wood, Melanie Wood, Steve Woods, Debra Woodward, Vicki Works, Connie Wright, Glen Wright, Kerri Young, Bryan Young, Karen Young, Kathryn Young, Thomas Zamora, Jan 7 g f rrr, pgs sz f Q, 1 5 i l M -ef fgfsw- g f- f , ' . I Vkk. 54, -.,,, .V r 1 i . l l THE LlNE'S BUSY AGAIN! - Junior class officers Ford Crane, vice- Richard Cook, treasurer gather at the front of the school and watch president, Mary McGrane, president, Lesa Young, secretary, and as Lesa makes an important phone call. Juniors reached halfway mark of high school After a tiring year as a sophomore, I've finally reached the halfway mark, and now I'm a junior. I'm still iust as busy as ever, though. My classes this year are really hard, and the teachers expect so much of me. The thought of doing research papers and grammar workbooks bores me, but it's iust a part of being a iun- ior. Now that l've got my senior ring, I'm just one step 188 away from actually being a senior. We've already got a lot of practice - several iuniors are on the varsity football team, and the drum maiorettes in the band are iuniors, and then there are the three varsity cheerlead- ers who are iuniors. Our accomplishments as iuniors are numerous, but they're only a small indication of what we'Il do next year as Seniors 76. Aaron, Denise Abel, Arlis Abney, Barry Agan, Cathy Allen, Catherine Allison, Melody Allred, Lisa Anderson, Ann Anderson, Kevin Andrews, David Andrews, Leigh Ann Arnett, Dorothy Arnold, Tony Arterberry, Cornell Asimos, Kathy Atkin, William Attaway, Nelda Austin, Richard Baker, Linda Barham, Keith Barnes, Carolyn Barry, James Baymiller, Ricky Beasley, Tommy Active iuniors participated in many clubs i l Beniamin, Sandra Berry, Joe Blake, Calvin Bogan, Sherwood Bonner, James Bowen, Diane Boyd, Jack Boze, David Bradley, Lyndon Brazile, Donald Bradshaw, Rickie Brewer, Cheryle Brewer, Linda Brower, Keith Brower, Kevin Brower, Mark HEY, LOOK AT THIS ONE! - Juniors Martha Norton and Susan Clements admire some of the handicrafts at a Rosebud meeting. Brown, Carmen Brown, Mary Brown, Randall Brown, Ronald Brown, Vince Browning, Kathy Browning, Rebecca Bunch, Nancy Burch, Ann Bunger, Robert Burnett, Robert Bursey, Von Butler, Mark Butler, Tim Butts, Donnie Callahan, Cindy Campbell, Beverly Carter, Tina Cerrato, Luanne Chamblee, Georgia Chamlee, Rebecca Chandler, Martha Chiarizio, Carol Clements, Susan Cliflon, Ricky Coen, Paula Colley, Mina Collier, Jennifer Collum, Debbie Connor, Ronnie Cook, Mildred Cook, Richard Cornelius, Doreen Covert, Kirk Crain, Lisa Crownover, Joseph Culp, Charlotte Daniels, James Dillinger, Charlohe DeSantis, PaHy Dennington, Brenda Dodd, Joyce Dodge, John DuBois, Linda Duckefl, Adell Duree, Debbie Eason, Debbie Edmond, Travis . - , LET ME SHOW YOU HOW I DID THIS SENTENCE -Junior Lyndon book during their second period Latin II class, while Carl Fomby Bradley shows Jim Foster how to translate a paragraph in their Latin finds something amusing in his book. Foreign languages varied iuniors' schedules Elam, Tony Follis, Carla Farren, David Ferguson, Bobby Ferguson, Cynthia Finigan, Steve Finley, Kaye Fletcher, Joyce Fomby, Kenneth Ford, Clifton Ford, Jackie Ford, Lindo Ford, William Foshee, Vicki Foster, Jim Foster, Valla Fuller, Wanda Gammill, Ginger Gann, Gary Goss, Suzanne Gill, Puffy Gilliam, Danny Goad, Tracy Gobin, Clifford Golden, Connie Golden, Mah Goree, Vanessa Goodloe, Regina Granger, Algie Green, Gaynell Griffin, JoAnn Griggs, Hal Hall, Helen Hamillon, Melanie Hampton, Teresa Hanson, Richard YOU BETTER WATCH OUT - Jeri Stahl chats with the "Ghost of Seasons Past" in a French skit. Juniors added fun and originality to classes T, Helms, Sandra Henderson, Kenneth Hendrix, Patricia Harding, Donna Hargrove, Carla Harmon, Mary Harris, Mary Harris, Nelda Harris, Resa Hathoot, Virginia Heller, Darnell Halloween found iuniors in a Traditional mood Henry, Debbie Hesley, Pai Hess, Jody Hicks, Keith Higgins, Patty Hill, Gwen Hollingsworth, Fran Holmes, Pahy 4 www Hooks, Susan Hopwood, Shanierial Horrocks, Sheron Hofopp, Linda R Www V A- .iii xv, -1 ,J Fa : , Kigazli 5, ,::, vi' 5 ,ifffffflfi Q .,:: 2 6 F I if X e if 'L F. . V V ,,i , L , za.. M- qw TRICK OR TREAT! - Junior sem Neal shows off her Halloween cos- A ii fume in class. Houff, Mary Houff, Sherry House, Gloria House, Jeri Howell, Jack Hughes, Dexter Hughes, Keith Humphreys, Martha Huth, Patricia Hyman, Diana Hyman, Donna Ingram, Marla Jackson, Jennifer Jackson, Vanessa Jansen, Robert Jarvis, John Jeffery, Donna Jefferson, Andrea Jenkins, Donnie Johns, Jackie Johnson, Donna Johnson, Kathy Johnson, L. V. Johnson, Roger Johnson, Steve Johnson, Tim Johnson, Wayne Johnston, Elaine Johnston, Patricia Jones, Cheryl Jones, Denise Jones, Tracy Joseph, David Kaburick, Diano Kacos, Michael Kazmar, Debbie Kelley, Ethel Kennedy, Gornette Keys, Mike King, Carolyn Knight, Jane Lufferty, Mark Laseter, Dana Lawrence, Renee Lee, Clifford Lee, Jerri Liles, Lydia Lindsey, Cynthia Juniors took time from study for relaxation !5!l?siSS'x'ml'ilY Lindsey, Patricia Littleton, Tommy Lowe, Laura Lower, Kelly Ludwig, Dennis Lummus, Jamie Lundgarrd, Greta McClary, Sharon McCulloch, Karen McCullum, Dona McGee, Janie McGonigal, Billie McGrane, Mary McKinney, Doreen McKinney, Nancy McMichael, Joe WAKE UP! - Junior Greg Walston takes a break from studying for a brief moment of leisure. 0 HEADS UP -Juniors Scott Moses, Ricky Baymiller, and Randy White compare answers to their Chemistry homework. Homework served as challenge for Juniors McMillan, Michael McVay, Danny McVey, Mike McVay, Mark Maher, Fritz Maley, Stephen McBride, Jamie McCall, Jolene Malone, Pat Marek, Jerry Markcray, Cedric Markham, James Martin, Angie Massey, George Matlock, Belinda Meek, Ellis Merrel, William Michael, Jeff Miller, Paul Millican, Ronnie Mills, Glen Mitchell, Donnita Moncrief, George Montgomery, Gregory Moore, Becky Moore, James Moore, Theresa Moore, Wanda Moses, Scott Murdock, Kristy Murray, Estel Myers, Kay Nash, .lan Nash, Sheron Neal, Beth Neighbors, Marlefte Nesbifl, Cynthia Newton, Paula Nixon, Gail Norlon, Fred Norton, Martha Nunes, Pafli O'Bannon, Sherri Oisler, Cammie O'Neal, Cynthia Orrell, Jim Orrick, John Overall, Lila Palmer, Deborah Page, Sandra Pappas, Alice Parker, Phyllis Pale, Kerri Pavaif, Pam Povey, Kip Peek, Charles Peek, Lezleigh Pesek, Cathy Phillips, Paul Pilgreen, Kellie Pillow, Tony Ponder, Steven Posey, Cindy Posey, Sherry Pree, Felicha Queen, Donna Quinn, Deborah Rape, William Ray, Pamela Reaves, Terry Reaves, Cindy Reese, Anita Juniors struggled through English term papers ,,.,,,w-M'-"" NOW WHAT WAS THAT SHE SAID? - Junior Kelly Lower tries to remember the rules she is to follow in writing her term paper. 2 20 4 Reese, Marc Revels, Susan Robbins, Mark Robinson, Janice Rochele, Cary Rochelle, Jacquelyn Rochelle, Paula Rogers, Karla Rolark, Pat Rose, Lisa Rose, Michael Rousseau, John Juniors expressed Themselves in art class ,,ll fe ,s,,,V.,ll,, THAT'S SUPPOSED TO BE A PIG? - Nancy Taylor watches with her three-dimensional animal with another leg. Students were asked amusement as Susan Hooks cuts a cardboard tube that will supply to use their imagination in making their proiects. Rowe, David Royell, Anna Rutledge, Keith Ryther, James Sanders, Janet Sanders, Sheila Sanders, Virginia Sandoval, Ken Schlonga, Diane Seward, Gary Sewell, Larry Shepard, Michael Sherrin, Johnny Sherrod, David Shumake, Tommy Shuman, James Simpson, Donna Sims, Jay Smith, Leroy Smith, Paula Smith, Sam Smith, Sheila Spencer, Shelley Sprayberry, Cathy 5 Juniors ranked among top in THS sports Spriggs, Pamela Stacy, Karen Stahl, Jeri Steam, Vicki Steed, Karl Steelman, David Steenborg, Priscilla Stevens, Don Stewart, Marilyn Stone, Jeff Strebeck, Debbie Sullivan, Rhonda ' elf AQ S it 3. E E if if fi x WHAT A RACKETl - Junior tennis team netters Martha Norton, during an afternoon practice session. Team members challenged Jane Knight, and Becky Browning playfully fight over a tennis racket each other throughout the year for the top ten places. SCRIBBLING AWAY - Juniors Earl Turner and Kathy West take notes during a lecture in their American History class. Note taking became vital in History classes .gg Tuder, Mary Turner, Earl Vasser, Sarah Sutton, Dennis Taylor, Nancy Terry, Curtis Thomas, Annette Thomas, Russ Thomsen, Debbie Thurman, Carlis Thurman, Naoma Thurston, Larry Tinsley, William Tolliver, Seraphine Triplett, Lynn 7 08 Venable, Melissa Wagslaff, Marilyn Walker, Clyde Walker, Greg Walker, JoAnn Walker, John Waller, Theresa Waller, Vicki Waller, Wilma Walsion, Theron Walz, Janice Weaver, Pam Webb, Debra Wesi, Kathy Whidden, Jeri White, Bobby White, Mary While, Randy Whitney, Bobby Williams, Anna Sue Williams, Bea Williams, Gary Williams, Jim Willis, Kathy Wilmoth, Bobby Wilson, Deborah Wisdom, Karen Wood, David Witterstaetter, Gary Witterstaetter, Ray Wunnenberg, Ann E .-- ii- 7 V Juniors played an important roll in Tigerettes STAND UP AND HOLLER - Enthusiastic iunior Tigerette members participated throughout the football season. Classes participated show their "Tiger spirit" at one of the many pep rallies in which they during the basketball games and at all home games. Young, Cindy Young, Lesa Zamora, Anita Zimmerman, David XV f 'ft "MW A' , SMILE PRETTY AND OPEN YOUR EYES - This was the order given vice-president- Nathelma Haywood treasurer- and Burt Clem sec I I 1 I ' to senior class officers Jan Timberlake, president, Julie Patterson, retary as they pose for a photographer. Seniors made up largest class ever at THS I never thought I'd make it, but here I am at the top of the ladder - a full-fledged senior. I've always thought how wonderful it would be to be a senior, and now that I'm here, I must admit it has its good sides. It's fun being "kings" of the pep rallies and doing our sen- ior yell at the football games. We're the largest class ever at Texas High, and that makes up really special. Being a senior has its serious side also. All those college entrance exams are really a hassle. And English IV can sometimes get pretty hectic. The dances, parties, and other events make up for the bad times, though, and help make the year a real success. The responsibility of being a senior is a lot to handle, and the future is kind of hard for us to face, but we'II make it, and I'm sure dear old Texas High will never be the same after we leave. Alexander, Carol Alexander, Walter Almond, Brenda Alterbaumer, Linda Anderson, Ella Ardeneaux, Raymond Arnett, Willie Atkinson, Medley Ashley, Rick Autrey, Gary Avery, Debra Avery, George Baker, Neal Bally, Janey Burkett, David Barnes, Abigail Bean, Leighsa Beard, Dorothy Bell, Vicki Berbig, Ed 2ll real survival i at Texas High MMM GOOD! - Tha1's what Cliff Hawk and Jack Boggs say in Bachelor's Survival after eating their lab proiect for the day. Biskin, Jim Bius, Donna Bland, Cecilia Blevins, Sandra X Boggs, Jack Bolton, Mona Bowling, Danny Box, Randy Boyd, Mindy Braley, Leonard Bramletf, James Brannon, Paula 212 Males learned 48 L Bridger, Terry Briggs, Danny Briggs, Natalie Brinkman, Debbie Brint, Chad Britt, Penny Broderick, Kevin Brooks, Bertha Brower, Greg Browers, Jan Brown, Deborah Brown, Frankie Seniors sow their progress in report cords I'M QUITE SATISFIED WITH THEM! - Sharon and Karon Stuckey seem to be pleased as they compare their report cards. 213 ?QfD+3 Q, STR His, Q gill, Brown, Rodney Brown, Tony ll Q Q Bryant, Debbie Budzilouski, Mark Bunger, Tina Burks, Charlotte Burroughs, Elsa Typing ON THANKSGIVING DAY? - John Wyatt keeps his cool in a game played in typing where you take a phrase and complete it then change papers with someone until you've made a story of it. 214 games put the spark into holiday spirit Bufler, Pam Cambren, Kathy Campbell, Kerry Campbell, Marsha Carlisle, Donald Carnation, Vicki Carpenter, Carla Carter, Conald Carter, Eugene Carter, James Case, Billy Carr, Charlie Caudle, Tracey Certain, Henry Chambers, Rebecca Chamlee, Randy Chapa, Danny Chasteen, Steve Chasteen, Carla Clark, Jimmy 215 Laughter proved helpful in classes THIS HAS TO BE THE FUNNIEST - Brian Mounsey has to laugh at the way the passage was being read in Drama. Claxton, Kenneth Clem, Burt Clemmer, Donna Coalter, Bob Cogell, Susan Cole, Dennis Coleman, Paul Columbus, Sharon Colyer, Norman Cook, Betsy Cooley, Barbara Cooper, Mark 216 Copeland, Karen Cornelius, Annette Couch, Kathy Cowart, Mary Crank, David Crowe, Steve Cunningham, Mike Curtis, Jerry Daniels, Arthur Daniels, Danny Davidson, Lee Ann Davis, Dorcus Davis, Robert Deaton, Ricky Deibert, David Delaughter, Debbie Delaughter, Steve Deloach, Virginia Dennis, Clifford Derrick, Chuck 217 Dickson, Marianne Duffy, Gary Duke, Pat Dukes, Denise Duncan, Douglas Duncan, Jerry Duson, Teresa Eckstein, Mike Edwards, Steve Elam, Jeffery Ellis, Della Endsley, Tommy Erwin, Debbie Fauntleroy, Jan Fields, Shirley Finigan, Terry Ford, Joe Farte, Annette Fountain, Cathy Frazier, Keith 218 'I' Ass Seniors laughed their way through lunch period I CAN'T GET NO ACTION - Senior Randal Walker kids around with one of his friends at lunch. Frederick, Rick Freeman, Dina Frost, Carol Garcie, Bebe Gardner, Barbara Gardner, Ernest Gellington, Anthony Gibson, Joe Gilbert, Pinkie Glass, Mindy 219 Glover, Gerald Glover, Glenn Goldsmith, Harry Goodnighi, Winford Gorum, Kim Grady, Kim Graves, Diane Gray, Gail Green, Jonnie Green, Mary Griffin, Gail Graff, Roger Gumm, Susan Gustafson, Terri Haley, John Hall, Brenda Hall, Dan Hall, Randy Hall, Thomas Hagen, Ronnie 220 Government informed seniors about po itic I R , ,.,. M S W s. , ,,,e.,...W V-J3i"Ns TEACHER SAYS GET TO WORK, SO - Seniors Deb- bie Yearwood and Raymond Ardeneaux get right to work on their questions in government. S Hamilton, Kerry Harper, Michael Harris, Karl Hartshorn, Kitty Hatfield, Jeff Hatridge, Annette Hawk, Cliff Hawkins, Debra Hawkins, Diane Hawkins, Mike 221 Haydel, Jerry Hayes, Melanese Haywood, Nathelma Head, Marla H d B e H d Ell H y L ft H Sh ryl THS students chuckled over old and new ideas WHO SAYS? - Mark L Y d ff W'll' oung an Je I lams ioke around with Coach Steve James in their health K , A -X class. Wbw ll li L1 25 Q J Alix fgjtuwg 511 all J Ciifffi, ,-tgQggi3l1'P'2 le ,r "Cv A -5,QfQ,+1 U1 7 .WJ W f QE Q ll lg X 'll x W lf UTI LfliCQg3g,fa-,ftY'l ls sYQQZuC54Li'7b l fKig.f'v"lt sQ,f2fifQZJ' LQfl1,gQQ2Q,,y,4TiR glvjiip ' fY1fQo,lxNgLf ts'lj2,!'T,s ' ' W a L9 Cl.,l,lJQ Q Alffxltl I fy 'li f CMJ, Cflflflllll K 'L7?m, UTD flfYIQs,,l,,7l,fVl f V V g lx' lla L G 222 in l I W X A , UQQN Luailme so Hibbs, Lisa Holder, David Holmes, Melodie Hopkins, Edna Hopwood, Regina Horner, Don Howard, Fred Howell, Robert . , ,Q 6:58 yff Hubbard, Elaine Hudson, Ruth Hughes, Randy Hu hes Walierl l -CQ Hunt, George Irwin, Bobbie Irving, Harold Jackson, Mary Jeanes, John Johnson, Chris Johnson, Eddie Johnson, Melvina 223 Seniors shore their experiences with friends OH, COME ON! - Senior Ronnie Hagen frowns with disbelief as Steve Schoen boasts about the good time he had the preceding Friday night. Johnston, David Jones, Beverly Jones, Lisa Jones, Melinda Jordan, Tim Joseph, Mike Kozmir, Kathy Keel, Timothy Keeney, Rusty Kennedy, Shelia Kesterson, Tommy Kidd, Mike 224 Krah, Lori Lane, Kim Langford, Cindy Lawrence, Len Lee, Becky Lee, Elizabeth Lewis, Benjamin Lewis David I f' ?f""Q f f Xl W ,, , if I gf, , AJ: 51,2 5 K fzjfyca Seniors did research as part of English IV x .wessmsiq THE BOOK OF RECORDS SAYS THIS - Seniors Tony Brown and library To find The answers to the research questions they are Danny Briggs search through several reference books in the school answering for their mini-course in English IV. 225 Lychlyfer, Tammy Livesay, Jimmy Logan, Suzanne Long, Bill Long, Bob Looney, Barry Looney, Becky Looney, Kim Lucy, Elizabeth McAlisier, Tammy McClendon, Dennis McCloud, Scott McCulloch, Buddy McDowell, John McGary, Angela Mclnfire, Dee McKeever, Bruce McKeever, Keith McLeroy, Priscilla McVey, Doug 226 Tests measured depth of student s knowledge l DON'T REMEMBER THAT - Many thoughts go through senior Billy Case's mind while taking an important test in Biology II. Magee, Kathy Markham, Susan Markcray, Pam Marshall, .loice 227 Mayes, Cindy Mayo, Jo-ann Melde, Vickie Mercer, Cedric Michael, Jim Mickel, Donald Middleton, Jeanice Miles, Eva THEY JUST CAN'T DO THIS TO ME! Bruce Strawn puts on a good act io illustrate iusl how the day has turned out 228 Seniors can ham if up well in drama so for. Miles, Lonnie Miller, Mary Minler, Danny Milchell, Sally Mitchell, Steve Moore, Andy Moore, Carol Moore, Cynthia Moore, James Morphew, Timmofhy Morris, Don Morrison, Beverly Morlensen, Pom Moseley, Terry Mosley, Deborah Mounsey, Brian Mounsey, Bruce Muckleroy, Chandra Murray, Alton Murray, Raberl 229 Cheerleoders come forth ond meet the crowd VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Medley Atkinson, Carol Moore, Patty Gill, Tina Thomas, Susan Owen romp up to greet the Tigers. H..-W V Nace, Marla Neely, Deborah Nelson, Freida Nichols, Rosielle Nicklas, Bill Nixon, Greg Nobles, Steve Norton, Charles Nowell, Norma Nutt, Deborah O'Neal, Mechael Orr, Tino 230 Orta, Juan Osborne, Cindy Overstreet, Tim Owen, Susan Page, Cheryl Parker, Kathy Parker, Steve Parlor, Ricky Parmley, Kathy Patterson, Julie Perroux, Brett Perry, David Philips, Jerry Phillips, Michelle Pickens, Sue Pierson, Clifford Pirkey, Mack Pitchford, Betty Poole, Dan Poore, Dennis 231 Business low puzzles many senior sludenls I GUESS YOU'RE RIGHT - Tommy Keslerson and Frank EMM' il ,Q Pryor try to help each other on a few problems. ,www Posl, Dale Pree, Wayne Preston, Donna Pride, Cherry Pryor, Frank Putman, David Rainey, Bill Raney, Billy Raney, David Raulslon, Wade Reed, Myra Reed, Susan 232 Reed, Vera Richard, Edith Richardson, Jackie Richardson, Tommie Rigdon, Theresa Riggs, Bernice Robbins, Chris Roberson, Flora Roberts, Kip Roberts, Mark Roberts, Toni Robertson, Cathy Rochelle, Rose Rodgers, Krystal Rodgers, Lynne Rolark, Charles Ross, Debbie Royal, Linda Sanders, Debra Sanders, Matt 233 Sangolli, Karen Schoen, Steve Scott, Randy Scott, Reginald Scott, Sharon Scurlock, Lynn Seibold, Rick Sharp, Susan Shaw, Helen Shaw, Sondra Shepherd, Leon Sherwood, Saundra Shipp, Karla Short, Carol Simpson, Debbie Simpson, Paula Sims, Sheryl Skinner, Traci Sloton, James Sloane, Klaudia 234 Library facilities provided for many questions ,.. INFORMATION PLEASE! - Danny Briggs and Tina Orr ask their teacher for help, while Melanse Hayes and Cindy Osborn discuss a problem. Smith, Jackie Smith, Mike Smith, Pat Smith, Reba Smith, Robert Smith, Schatzie Smith, Tina Stafford, Susan Steinbach, Lisa Stevenson, Debbie Stewart, Theodis ' Stewart, Wallace 235 Stoken, Edward Stoker, Linda Strawn, Bruce Stroman, Leesa Stroman, Teresa Stuckey, Karon Stuckey, Sharon Surman, Darlene Sutton, Abbi Sutton, Sherell Swanson, Freida Swartz, Glen Tatom, Joy Taylor, Deborah Taylor, Mike Taylor, Paul Taylor, Robert Taylor, Shari Teel, Billy Terry, Ricky 236 Seniors supported the election ofthe royalty L,, T I THINK SHE'LL BE THE ONE FOR QUEEN - Senior Jan Timberlake holds down the voting precinct table during election day while Charlie Daniels votes for Homecoming Royalty. Thomas, Tina Threadgill, Larry Thurston, Connie Tidwell, Diane Timberlake, Janet Treas, Mark Turner, Donal Turner, Kandis 237 Twiss, John Tyl, Greg Vammen, David Vetrano, Sandy Vick, Ellen Vickers, Connie Wadsworth, Sam Woldrep, Roger Walker, Shown Walker, Randal Waller, Jody Waller, Marlo New free enterprise cldss offered to seniors OOPS, IT'S STILL WET! - Mike Sherrod, David Barkett, Lois Wright, ond Ricky Terry work together to complete their production of Tiger key chains. 5 K fir. ggi 238 Walsh, Tina Ward, Jeff Ware, Annette Ware, Johnny Warwick, Tim Washington, Hattie Washington, Lagardia Watson, Debbie Watson, James Watson, Leah Watson, Randall Weaver, Regina Welch, Glenn Westbrook, Cathy Wheeler, DeOtta Whitaker, Pam Wilbanks, Charles Wilcox, Kenneth Williams, Belinda Williams, Doug 239 Williams, Jeff Williams, Karen Williams, Kathryn Willis, Melba 240 Seniors advanced language scope in German ll CAN THERE BE ANOTHER TRANSLATION? - Lauralee Young and translation, and Schatzie Smith, Paul Miller, and Leighsa Bean Susan Reed chuckle while Julie Patterson asks a question about the check back on their own papers to see if they had it right. Willis, Natalie Wisdom, AI Witterstatter, Cindy .ff V Womack, Gary Womack, Ronny Wood, Mary Wood, Roy Woodard, Roger Woodruff, Randy Worthy, Kay Wreyford, Ginger Wright, Cheryl Wright, Lois Wuertz, Joey Wyatt, John Wyatt, Paula Yearwood, Debbie Young, Janice Young, Lauralee Young, Lindy Young, Mark -Young, Michael Young, Robert 241 Senior Activities -A- ALEXANDER, CAROL FHA 1, 2, VICA 2, 3. ALEXANDER, WALTER Band I, 2, 3, Tiger Times 2, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Press Club l, 2. ALLRED, JON VICA 2, DECA 3. ALMAND, BRENDA ARDENEAUX, RAYMOND Press Club 2, 3, Tiger Times 3. ARNETT, WILLIE L. VICA l, 2, Vice-President 2, FFA 3. ASHLEY, RICK FFA l, 2, 3, ROTC 2. ATKINSON, MEDLEY Allied Youth l, 2, 3, Pep Squad l, 2, Cheerleader 3, Student Council 3, Art Club 2. AUTREY, GARY Band l, 2, 3. AVERY, DEBRA French Club l, Band l, 2, 3, FHA 3, 4th Vice-President 3. UlL Typing Team l, Pep Squad l, VOE 3. AVERY, GEORGE ALTENBAUMER, LINDA DECA 2, 3, President 3. ANDERSON, ELLA L. FHA l, Parliamentarian l, French Club 2, Co-ed Hy. "- X x . N 'Y iii P is J Q ' GOOD DEED FOR THE DAY - Senior Susan Owen carries Lisa Jones' books to her locker for her at the end of a long school day. 42 FFA l, Football l. - 3 - BALLY, JANIE AY l, 2, 3, FTA l, 2, 3, FCA l, 2, Tennis l, 2, 3, Honor Society 2, Spanish Club 2, 3. BARKETT, DAVID Debate Club l, Press Club 3. BARNES, ABIGAIL Choir l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, FTA 3. BEAN, LEIGHSA Band l, 2, 3, Press Club l, 2, 3, French Club l, German Club 2, 3, Vi President 3, AY 2, 3, Tiger Times 2, 3, FTA 3. BEARD, DOROTHY BELL, VlCKl French Club l, Math Club 'l, Pep Squad l, English Award l, Latin Club 3. BERGIG, EDDIE VICA l, FFA 2, 3. BISHKIN, JIM AY l, Student Council l, 2, 3, President 3, Key Club l, 2, 3, Treas. Latin Club I, 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, Honor Society 2, 3, Pr of Class I. 2. BIUS, DONNA French Club l, 3, Chess Club 2, 3, Sec. 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, FTA French lll Award. BLAND, CECELIA ANN Girls Choir l, Acc. Choir 2, 3, Pep Squad l, Cheerleader 2, Coed Hi-Y 3, DECA 3, French Club 2. BLEVINS, SANDRA Pep Squad l, 2, FHA l, 3, OEA 2, Treas. 2, Co-ed Hi Y. BOGGS, JACK Golf 3. BOLTON, MONA LISA HERO-FHA 3. BOWERS, JAN A. Band l, 2, Library Club 1, 2, OEA 3. BOWLlNG, DANNY Football l,Acc. Choir l, 2, 3, All-District Choir 3, Yearbook 2, 3, FTA 3 BOYD, MINDY FTA I,AY I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, Spanish Club 2, 3, Student Council 3. BRALEY, LEONARD FFA I, 2, DECA 2, 3. BRAMLETT, JAMES WILLIAM DECA 2, 3. BRANNON, PAULA BRIDGER, TERRY French Club I, VICA 3. BRIGGS, DANNY FFA I, 2, 3, Secretary 3. BRINKMAN, DEBBIE OEA 3. BRINT, CHAD Tennis 2, 3, Library Club 2, AY 3, Spanish Club 3. BRITT, PENNEY AY I, 3, Rosebuds I, 2, Pep Squad I, 2, Spanish Club 3, FHA 2, 3rd Vice-President 2, Debate Club 2, Sec. 2. BRODERICK, KEVIN VICA I, 2, Reporter I, Vice-Pres. 2. BROOKS, BERTHA Choir I, 2, FHA I, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Co-ed Hi Y 3. BROWER, GREG FFA I, 2, 3. BROWN, DANIEL VICA 2, DECA 3. BROWN, DARLENE Pep Squad I, FTA 2, 3, TAHOS 2, 3, Sec. 3, Who's Who Among Ameri- can High School Students 2. BROWN, RODNEY HECE 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Parl. 3. BROWN, DEBORAH ANN French Club I, 2, TAHOS 3, Reporter, Biology Award I, Am. History Award 2, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. BROWN, TOD Spanish Club I, AY I, Tennis I, TAHOS 3, Vice-Pres. 3. BROWN, TONY Spanish Club I, 3, Football I, FCA I, 2, ROTC Drill Team I, 2, Press Club 3. BRYAN, DEBBIE DECA 3. BUDZILOWSKI, MARK DECA 3. BURKS, CHARLOTTE Pep Squad I, HERO 2, 3. BURROUGHS, ELSA Pep Squad I, 2, Latin Club 2, 3, AY 2, FTA 2. BUTLER, PAM Band I, 2, 3. -C- CALLAHAN, LARRY CAMPBELL, KERRY LYNN Pep Squad I, 2, AY 2, FTA 2, 3. CARLISLE, DONALD CARNATION, VIKI Art Club I, French Club I, FHA I, DECA 2, 3, Sec. 2. CARPENTER, CARLA French Club I, 2nd Vice-Pres., Press Club 2, Pep Squad I, FTA 2, Spanish Club 2, HERO-FHA 3, 4th Vice-Pres., Miss HERO-FHA 3. CARR, CHARLIE VICA lBuilding Tradesl I, 2, 3, Sec. I, Pres. 2. CARTER, DONALD Press Club I, DECA 2, 3, Parl. 3. CARTER, EUGENE DECA 3. CARTER, JAMES FFA 2, 3, DECA 3, Sec. CASE, BILLY Football I, 2, 3, Latin Club I, FCA I, 2, 3, Pres. 2, 3, AY I, 2, 3, Sgt.-at- Arms 3, Key Club I, 2, 3, Student Council I, 2, Spanish Club 3. CAUDLE, TRACEY Band I, 2, 3, Thespians 3. CERTAIN, HENRY CHAMBERS, BECKY Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Alt. Vars. Trochia 2, Varsity Trochia 3, AY I, 2, 3, FTA I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. CHAMLEE, RANDY VICA 2, FFA 3. CHAPA, DANNY Football I, 2, 3, FCA 2, 3. CHASTEEN, CARLA Pep Squad I, AY 2, FTA 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Typing II Award 2. CHASTEEN, STEVE French Club I, 3, Library Club I, Band I. CLARK, JIMMY ROTC I, 2, DECA I. CLEM, BURT Student Council I, 2, 3, Latin Club I, Football I, 2, 3, Track 2, AY I, Spanish Club 3, Sec. of Class 3. CLEMMER, DONNA Spanish Club I, DECA 3. COALTER, ROBERT French Club I, 2, Band I, Yearbook 2, Honor Society 2, 3, Trig!Analysis Award 2. COGELL, SUSAN Band I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. COLE, DONNIE Football I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3. COLEMAN, PAUL H. Football I, Spanish Club 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, AY 3, World History Award I, Spanish I Award 2. COLUMBUS, SHARON Pep Squad I, FTA 3. COLYER, NORMAN FFA I, 2, 3. COOK, BETSY Rosebuds I, 2, 3, Treas. 3, Thespians I, 2, 3, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, AY I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Capt. 3, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 3. COOPER, MARK Key Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, FCA 2, 3, AY 3. COOLEY, BARBARA OEA 3. COPELAND, KAREN Pep Squad I,AY I, 2, FTA I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, OEA 3, Historian. CORNELIUS, ANNETTE M. OEA 2, Parl., FHA 3. COUCH, KATHY Pep Squad I, Library Club I, HERO-FHA 3. COWART, MARY JANE FHA I, Hist., OEA 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Homemaking Award I. 24 CRANK, DAVID ALLAN Football Manager I, 2, FCA 2, Boys' State 3, Spanish Club 3. CROWE, STEVE Football Manager I, 2, Key Club 2, 3, Press Club 2, Yearbook 2, AY 3. CUNNINGHAM, MIKE AY 2, 3, Credit Union 2, 3, Sec. 2, Board of Dir. 3, Library Club 3. CURRY, ROY Football I, ROTC 2, Track 2, 3. CURTIS, JERRY ROTC I, 2, Library Club I, 2, 3, DECA 2. -D- DANIELS, ARTHUR Art Club I, VICA 3, Rep. 3. DANNIELS, DANNY Band I, 2, 3, Chess Club I, 2, 3, Key Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Geometry Award I . DAVIDSON, LEE ANN Pep Squad I, French Club 2, HERO-FHA 3, Sec., French I Award 2. DAVIS, DORCAS Pep Squad I, Spanish Club I, AY 2, Press Club 2. DAVIS, ROBERT LEE Baseball Manager I, AY 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, French Club 2, Student Council 3, ICT 3. DEATON, RICKY DECA I. DEIBERT, DAVID LEWIS French Club I, Band I, 2, 3, Chess Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3. DeLAUGHTER, DEBBIE Pep Squad I, French Club I,AY 2. DeLAUGHTER, STEVE Spanish Club I, 2, Baseball I,AY 2, DECA 3. Del.OACH, VIRGINIA Pep Squad I, DECA 3. DERRICK, CHUCK Football I, 2. DEWBERRY, ROBERT ROTC I, 2. DICKSON, MARIANNE Band I, 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3. DUFFEY, GARY Football 1, FCA 1, AY 1, 2, 3. DUKE, PAT Football 3, FCA 3. DUKES, DENISE French Club 2, TAHOS 3, Treas. 3. DUNCAN, BRYAN DUNCAN, DOUG Latin Club I, FFA 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Key Club 2, 3. DUNCAN, JERRY Football I,AY I, DECA 3. DUSON, TERESA -E- ECKSTEIN, MIKE AY I, 2, 3, Baseball 3. EDWARDS, STEVE Football I, Spanish Club I, 2, AY 2. ELAM, JEFF DECA 2, 3. ELLIS, DELLA ANN ERVIN, DEBBIE Band I, Latin Club 2. ENDSLEY, TOMMY VICA 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Sec. 3. -F- FAUNT LeROY, JAN Pep Squad I, 2, FTA I, 2, 3, Student Council I, 2, 3, AY I, 2, 3, OEA 3, Pres. 2, Sec. 3. FEDERICK, RICKEY VICA 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Reporter 3. FIELDS, SHIRLEY Pep Squad I, 2, Girl's Choir 2, Acc. Choir 3, Co-ed Hi Y 3, Spanish C 3. FINIGAN, TERRY FORD, JOE ROTC I, 2, DECA 3. FORTE, ANNETTE Pep Squad I, 2. FOUNTAIN, CATHY Rosebuds I, 2, Pep Squad I, AY I, FTA 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Sec. 3, F Squad 2. FRAZIER, KEITH Key Club I, 2, 3, Pres. 3, Student Council 3, Parl. 3, Spanish Club 3, 3. FREEMAN, DINA FHA 3. -G- GARCIE, BEBE Pep Squad I, FHA 2, AY 2, OEA 3. GARDNER, BARBARA FHA 3. GARDNER, ERNEST Football I. BUMP ON, BABY - Senior cheerleaders Tina Thomas and Medley Atkinson do "The Bump" at one of the home football games. GELLINGTON, ANTHONY ROTC I, 2. GILBERT, PINKIE LEE GLASS, MINDY Pep Squad I, Spanish Club 2, Press Club 2, 3, Tiger Times 3. GLOVER, GERALD LEE ROTC I, 2. GLOVER, CRAIG GLOVER ROTC I, 2. GOLDSMITH, HARRY Football I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, Co-ed Hi Y. GOODNIGHT, WINFORD A. VICA 2. GORUM, KIM Baseball I, 2, Press Club I, 2, 3, Math Club 2, Vice-Pres., Key Club 2, Executive Board 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Credit Union 2, 3, Pres. 3, Tiger Times 2, 3, Sports Editor 3, Junto Club Award 2, Latin Club 3, Student Coun- cil 3, FPA 3. GRADY, KIM French Club I, Pep Squad I, Spanish Club 3, AY 3, FTA 3. GRAVES, DIANE AY I, 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, Maiorette I, 2, 3, Student Council 2, Spanish Club 3. GRAY, GAIL Band I, 2, 3. GREEN, JOHNNIE MAE FHA 2. GREEN, MARY FHA 2, 5th Vice-Pres., Co-ed Hi Y 3. GRIFFIN, GAIL Spanish Club 2, 3, OEA 3. GROEE, ROGER VICA I, 2. GUMM, SUSAN FHA 3, Hist. 3. GUSTAFSON, TERRI AY I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, 2, Student Council 2. -H- HAGEN, RONNIE Latin Club 2, Key Club 2, 3. HALEY, JOHN Chess Club 2, Spanish Club 3, National Merit Commended Student 3. HALL, DON Football I. HALL, RANDY VICA I, 2, 3, Hist. I. HALL, THOMAS Football I, 2, 3, AY I, 2, 3. HAMILTON, KERRY FFA I,VICA 2, 3. HARPER, MIKE Baseball I, 2, 3. HARRIS, ELDRIDGE HARRIS, KARL Basketball I, 2, 3, FFA 3, Co-ed Hi-Y 3. HARTSHORN, KITTY AY I, 2, 3, FTA I, 2, 3, Press Club I, 2, Pep Squad I, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Tiger Times 2, Quill and Scroll 2, Chess Club 3. HATFIELD, JEFF Chess Club I, Spanish Club I,TAHOS 2, 3, Pres. 3. HAWK, CLIFF Key Club I, 2, 3, Lt. Gov. 3, FCA I, Tennis I, Yearbook 2, Press Club 2, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, French Club 2. HAWKINS, DEBRA Executive Board I, Yearbook 2, 3, Copy Editor 3, Press Club 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Co-ed Hi Y 3. HAWKINS, MIKE DECA 2, 3, Treas. 3. HAYDEL, DAVID HAYWOOD, NATHELMA W. Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Alt. JV Trochia 2, Capt. 3, Student Council 2, 3, Exec- utive Board 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Treas. 3, Co-ed Hi Y 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Acc. Choir 3, Class Treas. 3. HEAD, MARLA KAYE Debate Club I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Pep Squad I, 2, FTA I, 2, Stu- dent Council I, 2, 3, AY 3, FHA 3, Sec. 3. HENDERSON, BONNIE Band I, 2, 3, Press Club 2, Spanish Club 3, FTA 3. HENDRIX, ELLISON CHARLES FFA 3, Co-ed Hi Y 3. HENRY, LORETTA F. HERMAN, SHERYL Pep Squad I, 2, Spanish Club 3, Tiger Times 3. HIBBS, LISA Pep Squad I, Press Club I, 2, Tiger Times 2, Quill and Scroll 2, Spanish Club 3. HILL, KATHY Pep Squad I, 2, Spanish Club I. HOLDER, DAVID VICA I, 2, 3. HOLMES, MELODIE ANN Pep Squad I, Spanish Club 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, Geometry Award I, Algebra II Award 2, Honor Society 2, 3. HOPKINS, EDNA CLARA Pep Squad I, 2, FHA I, 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms I, 5th Vice-Pres. 2, Parl. 3, Spanish Club 2. 24 46 HOPWOOD, REGINA Pep Squad I, 2, French Club 2, Library Club 2, Parl. 2, Co-ed Hi Y 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, TAHOS 3, Treas. 3. HORNER, DON VICA 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Chess Club 2, 3. HOWARD, FRED Key Club I, 2, 3, AY I, 2, 3, Thespians I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Student Council 2. HOWELL, ROBERT French Club I, Key Club I, 2, 3, Tennis I, 2, 3, Math Club 2, Pres. 2, FCA 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, FTA 3, FPA 3, Vice-Pres. 3. HUBBARD, ELAINE Rosebuds I, 2, 3, FTA I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, 2, AY I, 2, 3, Student Coun- cil I, 2, 3, Debate Club I, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Pres. 3. HUGHES, RANDY VICA 2, 3. HUGHES, WALTER Golf 3. HUNT, GEORGE - 5 - IRVING, HAROLD Band I, 2, 3. IRWIN, BOBBIE FHA I, 2, 3, Parl. I, Sgt.-at-Arms 2. -J- JACKSON, MARCO ROTC l, VICA 2, 3. JAMES, BILLY JEANES, JOHN VICA I. JOHNSON, CHRIS ROTC I, 2, Art Club I, 3, AY I, 2, French Club 2, 3. JOHNSON, EDDIE VICA 2, 3, Treas. 2, 3. JOHNSON, MELVINA JOHNSTON, DAVID VICA I, 2, DECA 2, 3. JONES, BEVERLY Tennis I, 2, Art Club I, Chess Club 2, DECA 3. JONES, JIMMY DECA 2, 3. JONES, LISA AY I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, Cheerleader 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, Student Council 2, Spanish Club 2, Thespians 3, Sec. 3, Key Club Calendar I, 2, Class Officer I, 2, Class Favorite l. JONES, MELINDA Acc. Choir I, 2, 3, FHA 3, AY 3. JORDAN, TIM Golf I, VICA 2, 3, Mech. Drawing Award I, 2, ICT Award 2. JOSEPH, MIKE Spanish Club I, HERO-HECE 2, 3, Pres. 3, Student Council 3, Boys' Str 3. -K- KAZMIR, KATHY FHA 3. KEEL, TIMOTHY KEENEY, RUSTY Spanish Club I, 2, AY I, TAHOS 3, Vice-Pres. 3. KENNEDY, SHELIA Pep Squad I, Co-ed Hi Y 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Yearbook 2, 3, C Editor 3, Press Club 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, GirI's Choir 2, Acc. Choir Sec.-Treas. 3, Student Council 3. KESTERSON, TOMMY I FTA I, Football, Track, Baseball Manager l. KIDD, MICHAEL VICA 1, 2, DECA 3. KRAH, LORI Pep Squad l,OEA 3. THE LORDS OF FLATBUSH? - Seniors Billy Case and Mark Young show out at the sophomore sock hop in September. -L- LANE, KIM Pep Squad I, 2, Spanish Club 2, OEA 3. LANGFORD, CINDY Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Capt. 3, AY I, 2, FTA 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Vice- Pres. 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Tiger Times 2, 3. LAWRENCE, LEN LEE, ELIZABETH Pep Squad I,VlCA 2, 3, Pres. 3. LEE, REBECCA FHA I, 2, Sec. 2, Pres. 2, FHA 3, FTA 2. LEWIS, DAVID Football I, 2, Chess Club I . LEWIS, PAUL LICHLYTER, TAMMY FHA 3. LIVESAY, JIMMY Tennis I, 2, 3, French Club I, FCA 2, 3, FPA 2, 3, Pres. 3, Press Club 3, Key Club 3. LOGAN, SUZANNE FTA I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, French Club I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, 2, Rosebuds I, 2, 3, Treas. 2, Student Council I, 2, AY 3. LONG, BILL Tennis I, 2, 3, FCA 2. I LONG, BOB Tennis I, 2, 3, FCA 2. LOONEY, BECKY Pep Squad I, 2, Ac. Choir 2, 3, OEA 3, Pres. 3. LOONEY, KIM Pep Squad I,AY I, 2, FTA 2, OEA 3, Treas. 3. LUCY, ELIZABETH Latin Club I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Rosebuds I, 2, Treas. 2, Pep Squad I, AY 2, Thespians 3, Honor Society 3, Sec. 3, Student Council 3. -M- MAGEE, KATHY Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Capt. 3, Student Council I, Rosebuds I, 2, 3, AY I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Thespians 2, 3. MARKCRAY, PAMELA French Club 2, Co-ed Hi Y 3, FHA 3. MARKHAM, SUSAN FHA I, Pep Squad I, FFA 2, 3, AY 2, 3. MARSHAL, JOYCE Pep Squad I,OEA 2, 3. MARTIN, PAULA FTA 3. MATHIS, PAULA Ac. Choir 2, 3, Press Club 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Co-ed Hi Y 2, 3, Rep. 3, Yearbook 2, 3, Copy Ed. 2, Bus. Mgr. 3. MAXEY, CHERYL MAYES, CINDY VOE 2, DECA 3. MAYO, JO-ANN FHA 2, HECE-HERO 3. MCALISTER, TAMMY . Pep Squad I, AY I, 2, Library Club I, Student Council I, VICA 2, 3, Sec. 3. MCCLENDON, DENNIS Key Club I, Debate Club I, 2, 3, Pres. 3, FPA 2, 3, Press Club 3, Tiger Times 3, NMSQT Scholarship Semi-Finalist 3. McCLOUD, SCOTT Key Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Pres. 3, ROTC I, 2, AY 3, Student Council 3, English Award I. MCCULLOCH, BUDDY Tennis I, FFA 3. McDOWELL, JOHN Key Club 2, 3, Spanish Club I, Press Club 3, FPA 3. MCGARY, ANGELA MCINTYRE, DEE HECE-HERO 3. McLEROY, PRISCILLA Band I, 2, 3, All State I, French Club I, 2, 3, Rosebuds I, 2, 3, FTA I, Honor Society 2, 3, Student Council 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Press Club 3, Tiger Times 3, Editor 3. McKEEVER, BRUCE AY I, 2, 3, Football I, Class Officer I, Class Fav. I. MCKEEVER, KEITH Baseball I, 2, 3, AY 2, 3, FCA 3. McVEY, DOUG JV Baseball I, 2, Student Council 2, FCA 2. MEAD, JEFF MELDE, VICKI AY I, 2, 3, Rosebuds I, 2, 3, Treas. 3, Pep Squad I, 2, Lt. 2, Cheerleader 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, FTA 3, Student Council 3. MERCER, CEDRIC Ac. Choir I, 2, 3. MICKEL, DON FFA I. MIDDLETON, JEANICE Pep Squad I, FHA I, 3, 2nd Vice-Pres. 3, German Club 2, Press Club 3, Art Club 3. MILES, EVA MAE VICA 2, 3. MILES, LONNIE Library Club I, Football 2. MINTER, DANNY VICA I, 2, Rep. 2. MITCHELL, SALLY MITCHELL, STEVE Latin Club I, 2. MOORE, ANDY MOORE, CAROL E. Pep Squad I, 2, Cheerleader 3, French Club 2, 3, Co-ed Hi Y 2, 3. MOORE, CYNTHIA s. Pep Squad I,VlCA 2, 3, Rep. 3, Co-ed Hi Y 3. MOORE, HERSCHEL Football I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3, Class Favorite 2. MORPHEW, TIMOTHY L. Band I, 2, FFA I. MORRIS, DON Key Club I, 2, 3, AY I, 2, 3, FCA I, Baseball I, 2, Football I, 2, 3, Span- ish Club 3. MORRISON, BEVERLY Band I, 2, 3, Maiorette 3, AY I, FTA I, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Honor Soci- ety 2, 3. MORTENSEN, PAM Band I, 2, 3, French Club I, 2, AY 2. 247 MOSELEY, TERRY ROTC I, 2, FFA 2, 3. MOSLEY, DEBBIE FTA I, 2, 3, AY I, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Band I, 2, 3, American History Award 2, NMSQT Commended Stud. 3. MOUNSEY, BRIAN Key Club I, 2, Spanish Club 2, Football I, 2, AY I, 2, 3, Thespians I, 2, 3. MOUNSEY, BRUCE Football I, Key Club I, AY I, Thespians I, 2, 3, Treas. 3, French Club 2, 3, Pres. 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Student Council 3. MUCKLEROY, CHANDRA Pep Squad I, Library Club I, Sec. I,Girl's Choir 2, FHA 2, Co-ed Hi Y 3. MURRAY, ALTON CLIFTON FFA I, 3, HECE-HERO 2. MURPHY, JAMES E. VICA I, 2, 3. MURRAY, BOB VICA 2, 3. -N- NACE, MARLA Spanish Club I. NEAL, RANDY VICA 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3. NEELY, DEBORAH Pep Squad I, 2, Library Club I, 2, Sec. 2, FHA I, 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Co- ed Hi Y 2, 3, Sec. I, HECE 3. NELSON, FREIDA Band I, 2, 3, AY 2, 3. NICHOLS, ROSIELLE Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Capt. 3, AY I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Student Coun- cil 2. NICKLAS, BILL Library Club I, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Baseball I, 2, Band I, Student Council 2. NIXON, GREGORY Boy's Choir 2, Ac. Choir 3, Chess Club 3, Co-ed Hi Y 3, Credit Union 2, 3, Treas. 3. I NOBLES, STEPHEN Band 3, Tiger Times 3, Key Club 3, Spanish Club 3. NORTON, CHARLES M. Football I, Latin Club I, 2, 3. NOWELL, NORMA FHA I, 2, 3, 3rd Vice-Pres. I, 2nd Vice-Pres. 3, AY 2, Pep Squad I. NUTT, DEBORAH ANN Band I, 2, 3. -Q- ORR, TINA Pep Squad I,Ac. Choir 2, DECA 3, FTA 3, OWEN, SUSAN Pep Squad I, 2, Cheerleader 3, AY I, 2, 3, Sec. 3, Spanish Club 2, Thespians 3, Ac. Choir 3, All-Dist. Choir 3. O'NEAL, MICHAEL Spanish Club 3. ORTA, JUAN Student Council 3. OSBORNE, CINDY FHA 2, HECE 3. OVERSTREET, TIM French Club I, Band I, 2, 3, Chess Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Honor Sociel 2, 3, FTA 3. -p.. PAGE, CHERYL PARLOR, RICKEY DONNELL PARMLEY, KATHY French Club I, Pep Squad I, 2, Rosebuds I, 2, 3, Pres. 3, FTA 2, AY I Student Council 3, Girls' State 3. PARKER, CATHY Spanish Club I, 3, FTA 3, AY 3, HERO 3. PATTERSON, JULIE German Club I, FTA I, 2, 3, Sec. 3, Pep Squad I, Thespians I, 2, Lati Club 2, 3, Sec. 2, Honor Society 2, 3, Treas. 3, Student Council 2, Cla: Favorite 2. PERROUX, BRETT L. Band I, 2, 3, Track I, Key Club 2, 3. PERRY, DAVID ROTC I, DECA 2, Treas. 2. PHILLIPS, MICHELE Pep Squad I,OEA 3. PICKENS, SUE Library Club I, FHA 2, Parl. 2, VOE 3. PIERSON, CLIFFORD DECA 3. PITCHFORD, BETTY Band I, 2, 3, Maiorette 3, Student Council I, French Club I, AY 3, FTA 3 POOLE, DAN POORE, DENNIS Band I, 2, 3, Thespians 3. POST, DALE Football I, 2, Track I, 2, 3. PREE, WAYNE Football I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3. PRESTON, DONNA Band I, 2, 3, Maiorette 2, Spanish Club I, 2, DECA 3, Sec. 3. PRIDE, CHERRY French Club I, 2,'Press Club I, 2, Yearbook 2, HERO 3, Ist Vice-Pres, 3. PRYOR, FRANK Student Council 3, Treas. 3, School Store Mgr. 3, Latin Club 3, Alg. Award I, English Ill Award 2, Latin ll Award 2. PUTMAN, DAVID DECA 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 3. -R- RANEY, BILLY VICA I, DECA 2, 3. RAINEY, BILLY Football I, 2, 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, Key Club I, 2, 3, Sec. 3, French Club I, 2, 3, FCA I, 2, AY 2, 3, Social Chrmn. 3. RAULSTON, WADE FFA I, 2, 3, Reporter 2, 3. REED, MYRA Girl's Choir 2, Art Club 2, Co-ed Hi Y 3, OEA 3. REED, SUSAN Latin Club I, Pep Squad I, FTA 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Pres. 3, Germar Club 2, 3, Student Council 3, Girls' State 3. REED, VERA Pep Squad I, 2, FHA I, 3. RICHARD, EDITH ARDENE OEA 3. RICHARDSON, JACKIE Student Council I, 2, AY I, 2, 3. RICHARDSON, TOMMIE Spanish Club I, 2, Band I, 2, OEA 3. RIGDON, THERESA Pep Squad I, DECA 2, 3. RIGGS, BERNICE VICA 2, 3, Parl. 3. ROBERTS, KIP Band I, 2, 3, FFA 2, 3, FTA 3. ROBERTS, TONI Pep Squad I, FHA 2, 3. ROBERTSON, KATHY AY 2, 3, FTA 3. ROBBINS, CHRIS Key Club 3, AY 3. ROBERSON, FLORA MAE Pep Squad I, FHA 2, HERO 3. ROCHELLE, ROSA Pep Squad I, 2, Rosebuds I, FTA 2, Spanish Club 3. RODGERS, KRYSTAL Pep Squad I, AY I, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Student Council 3. RODGERS, LYNNE Pep Squad 2, Library Club 2, FHA 3, Pres. 3. ROLLINS, JACKIE HECE 3. ROSS, DEBIE FHA I, 3, Parl. 3, Ac. Choir I, 2, 3. ROYAL, LINDA Pep Squad I, Yearbook 2, 3, Activities Editor 3, Press Club 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, French Club 2, 3. - 5 - SANDERS, DEBRA SANDERS, MATT Co-ed Hi Y 3, Boys' State 3. SANGALLI, KAREN Pep Squad I, HERO 3, 5th Vice-Pres. SCHOEN, STEVE Key Club I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, AY 3, Tennis 3. SCOTT, RANDY VICA 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3. SCOTT, REGINALD Football I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, VICA 2, Vice-Pres. 2. SCURLOCK, LYNN ' FTA I,AY I,Ac. Choir 2, Art Club 2, Latin Club 2, HERO 3. SEIBOLD, RICK Press Club I, 2, AY 2, Key Club 2, 3, Tiger Times 2, Quill and Scroll 2. SHARP, SUSAN Pep Squad I, Spanish Club 2, OEA 2, 3. SHAW, HELEN FHA 3, Hist., DECA 3. SHAW, SONDAR Pep Squad I, 2, FHA 3, Pres. 3, AY 3, Spanish Club 3, Student Council 3. SHEPHERD, LEON ' Band 1, 2, 3, swdeni council ijspenash Club 3, co-ed Hi Y 3. SHERROD, MIKE SHERWOOD, SUANDRA BETH Pep Squad I, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Treas. 2, Honor Society 2, 3, Ac. Choir 2, 3, AY 2, 3, FTA 3. SHIPP, KARLA Band I, 2, 3, Spanish Club I, 2, AY I, 2, 3, FTA I. SHORT, CAROL Latin Club I, 2, 3, French Club I, Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Capt. 3, FTA 2, 3, AY 2, 3. Ri 'fmfisle iiiii I K QL :R . 3' PIGGY-BACK - Nathelma Haywood and Wayne Pree pause from their trip around the school to be photographed for the yearbook. 249 50 SIMPSON, DEBBIE Pep Squad I, FHA I, 3, Sec. 3, German Club 2, Debate Club 3. SIMPSON, PAULA Press Club I, Pep Squad I, Spanish Club 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, Pres. 3, Tiger Times 2, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Student Council 3. SIMS, SHERYL Co-ed Hi Y 3. SKINNER, TRACI AY I, Yearbook 2, 3, Senior Advisor 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Press Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Student Council 3, Co-ed Hi Y 3, Rep. 3. SLOAN, KLAUDIA Spanish Club 2, Library Club 3. SLATON, JAMES Band 'I, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Tiger Times 2. SMITH, JACQUELYN FHA 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 3. SMITH, MIKE Football I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3, FCA I, 2, 3, Baseball 3, Spanish Club I, AY I, 2, 3. SMITH, REBA OEA 2, 3, Sec. 2, Rep. 3. SMITH, ROBERT OSCAR FFA I, 2, Football I, Co-ed Hi Y 3. SMITH, SCHATZIE German Club 2, Press Club 2, TAHOS 3, Hist. 3. STAFFORD, MICHAEL STAFFORD, SUSAN Pep Squad I, Spanish Club I, 3. STEINBACK, LISA French Club I, AY 2, Debate Club 3, Library Club 3. STEVENSON, DEBBI Pep Squad I, FHA I, VICA 2, 3. STEWART, THEODIS STEWART, WALLACE VICA 2, 3. STOKEN, EDWARD VICA 2, 3, Rep. 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3. STOKER, LINDA Pep Squad I, Spanish Club I, FHA 2, Press Club 2, TAHOS 3, Rep. STROMAN, LEESA Band I, 2, 3, Chess Club I, French Club I, 2, 3, Sec. 3, AY 2, FTA 3. STROMAN, THERESA Pep Squad I, 2, AY I, Press Club I,TAHOS 3. STUCKEY, SHARON FTA 3, Spanish Club 3. SURMAN, DARLENE VICA 2, 3. SUTTON, ABBI Press Club I, 2, Pep Squad I, FTA I, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, AY 2, Serendipity 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, FHA 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Tiger 'limes 2, 3. SUTTON, SHERELL Pep Squad I, 2, FHA 2, Co-ed Hi Y 3. SWANSON, FREIDA SWARTS, GLEN ROTC I, 2, VICA I, 2, Treas. I, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Library Club 3. STRAWN, BRUCE Football I, 3, FCA I, 2, 3, AY I, 2, 3, Spanish Club I, 2. STUCKEY, KARON FTA 3, Spanish Club 3. -T- TATOM, JOY Pep Squad I, HERO 3. TAYLOR, DEBORAH FTA I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, 2, FHA 2, 3, Pres. 3, Student Council 2, DECA 3, Rep. 3. TAYLOR, MICHAEL Key Club I, 2, 3, AY 2, Honor Society 2, 3, FTA 3, Boys' State 3. TAYLOR, PAUL Spanish Club I . TAYLOR, SHARI FHA 2, HERO 3. TAYLOR, ROBERT French Club I, 2, Band I, 2, 3, American History Award 2. TEEL, BILLY FCA I, 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, Baseball 2, 3, AY 3. TERRY, RICKY Tennis I, Tiger 'limes 3. THOMAS, MACK VICA 3, Treas. 3. THOMAS, TINA AY I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 'l, 2, Student Council I, Pep Squad I, 2, Lt. I Cheerleader 3, Key Club Calendar 2, FTA 3. THURSTON, CONNIE VICA 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Honor Society 2, 3. THREADGILL, LARRY Football I, 3, Co-ed Hi Y 3. TIDWELL, DIANE Band I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. TIMBERLAKE, JAN Pep Squad I, 2, FTA I, 2, 3, Pres. 2, French Club I, 2, AY I, 3, Honi Society 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Student Council 3, Class Officer 2, 3, Vice-Pre 2, Pres. 3, Girls' State 3, Class Favorite 2. TREAS, MARK FFA I, 2, 3, Treas. I,Ag Co-op 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3. TURNER, DONAL TURNER, KANDIS Pep Squad I, 2, TAHOS 3. TWISS, JOHN TYL, GREG DECA I, 2, 3, Credit Union 2, 3. -V- VAMMEN, DAVID Bond If 2, 3: French Club I, Key Club 2, 3, Treas. 3, Student Council 2, ZlCe'PfeS- 3: Honor 50Ciety 2, 3, FTA 3, AY 3, Credit Union Executive Bac VAN HOOSER, JUDY TAHOS 2, 3, Parl. 3. VETRANO, SANDY Pep Squad I, Typing I Award I, AY 2, Latin Club 2, Ac. Choir 2, 3, Th. pains 2, 3, FTA 3. VICK, ELLEN VICTOR, MARILYN VICA 2, 3. ...w.. WADSWORTH, SAM Key Club 2, 3, Yearbook 2, 3, Dir. of Photography 3, Press Club 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3. WALDREP, ROGER Baseball I, 2, 3, FCA 2, 3, Sec. 3, AY 3. WALKER, RANDAL Chess Club I, 2, AY I, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, FPA 3, NMSQT Commended Student 3. WALKER, SHAWN Band I, 2, 3, Chess Club I, 2, 3. WALKER, VINCENT WALLER, KENNETH WALLER, MARLA HECE 3. WALSH, TINA Spanish Club I,AY I, 3, Band I, 2, 3, FTA 3. WARD, JEFF Football 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3. WARE, ANNETTE Library Club 2, FHA 2, Co-ed Hi Y 2, VOE 3. WASHINGTON, LAGARDIA LAMON Football I, Ac. Choir 2, 3, Pres. 3, HERO 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Co-ed Hi Y 3, HECE 3, Student Council 3. WATSON, LEAH Pep Squad I. WATSON, DEBBIE Spanish Club I, AY I, 2, Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Capt. 3. WATSON, JAMES Track Mgr. 2, Football Mgr. 3, ROTC 2. WATSON, RANDALL Basketball I, 2, 3. WEAVER, REGINA Choir I, HERO 2, 3, Sec. 2, 2nd Vice-Pres. 3. WELCH, GLENN WESTBROOK, CATHEY Pep Squad I, Spanish Club I, 3. WHEELER, DE OTTA Ac. Choir I,VICA 2, 3, Dist. Treas. 3. WHITAKER, PAMELA J. French Club 2, VICA 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Co-ed Hi Y 2. WILBANKS, CHARLES Student Council I,AY 2, VICA 3. WILCOX, RICKIE WILLIAMS, BELENDA Latin Club I, 2, 3, Treas. 2, AY I, 2, 3, Rosebuds I, 2, 3, Thespians 3, Pep Squad I, 2, 3, JV Trochia 2, Cheerleader 3, Key Club Calendar 3. WILLIAMS, DOUG WILLIAMS, JEFF Football I, 2, 3, AY 2, 3, Pres. 3, FCA 2, 3, NMSQT Commended Student 3. WILLIAMS, KAREN Co-ed Hi Y 2, 3, Parl. 2, Sec. 3, TAHOS 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 3. WILLIAMS, KATHRYN FHA I, 2, 3, OEA 2, 3, Pep Squad 2. WILLIS, MELBA WILLIS, NATALIE Pep Squad I, Cheerleader 2, Co-ed Hi Y 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Spanish Club 3. WISDOM, AL WITTERSTAETTER, CINDY Pep Squad I, VOE 3, OEA 3. WOMACK, GARY VICA 2, 3, Treas. 2. WOMACK, RONNY DECA 2, 3. WOOD, MARY Pep Squad I, DECA 2, 3, Pres. 3. WOOD, ROY Football 2, DECA 3, Vice-Pres. 3. WOODRUFF, RANDY Football I, 2, 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, FCA I, Key Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3. WOODWARD, ROGER WORTHEY, BELINDA KAY Art Club 3. WREYFORD, GINGER AY I, 2, 3, Rosebuds I, 2, 3, Hist. 2, Pep Squad I, 2, Ac. Choir 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Sec. 2, FTA 3, Thespians 2, 3, Clerk 3. WRIGHT, CHERYL WRIGHT, LOIS L. French Club I, 2, 3, Ac. Choir I, 2, 3, FTA 2, Co-ed Hi Y 2, Honor Society 2, 3. WUERTZ, JOEY Spanish Club I, 2, Key Club 2, 3, Yearbook 2, 3, Co-Editor 3, Press Club 2, 3, Pres. 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, AY 3, German Club 3, Student Council 3. WYATT, JOHN Golf I, 2, 3. WYATT, PAULA JO VICA 2, 3. -Y- YEARWOOD, DEBBIE Pep Squad I, FTA 2, 3, Sec. 3, AY 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. YOUNG, JANICE FHA 2. YOUNG, LAURALEE Tennis I, 2, 3, FCA I, 2, 3, Co-Pres. 2, German Club 2, 3, Sec. 2, Honor Society 2, 3, English Award 3. YOUNG, LINDY AY I, Pep Squad I, 2, Thespians 3, HERO 3, 3rd Vice-Pres. 3. YOUNG, MARK Student Council I, 3, FCA I, 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, AY I, 2, 3, Latin Club I, Key Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. YOUNG, MIKE Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Key Club 3, AY 3. YOUNG, ROBERT Band I, 2, 3, Pres. 3, Student Council 3. 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Phone: 773-250l ARKANSAS ' OMMERCIAL NATIONAL , A BAN K 4 . or TEXARKANA Home of Daily ln1'eres+ Full Banking Service Four Convenieni Locaiions "' Main Office . . 4+h and Walnui ,V ' "' Nor+l'1 Texarkana 2702 Nor+h S+a+e Line "' Eas+ Ninih Easi 9+h and Belmon+ Phone 773-456l Broad and Main ,K . FoxLgimi:LLS Texarkana, U.S.A. 7550l Member FDIC BankAmericard TEXAS 34I3 S'ra+e Line Phone: 794-884I MARY CARTER Gus KENNEDY PAINTS 81 CRAFTS 51-'QE STQRE I6 I 3 W. Sevenih S+ree'I' Ph. 2 I4-792-350i Shoes '23 Eau. Broad Texarkana, Ark. - Tex. 7550! for me Cra'F'l's Unfinished Furni+ure Texarkana' Ark. Ar+ Supplies Carpe+ i Picfure Framing Wallpaper l:am'lY yn VlVA'S 422-24 S+a+e 5 , THE HOUSE FLQWER5 Line Avenue ' 5711 OF X Texarkana g il lip, FASHION KMGRMII U.S.A. I Zi E5 if is og 774-4l47 ' Nl Junior and Misses "Ni ' 2 lg T 4 ll TK l l 15 np as , 1 ' X f 3915 N. s+a+e Line mi '-,ou t 'oy ' ' 7 , ' I' f , Texarkana, Texas xx, ' . 75501 Sellens Cox 255 Congra+ula+ions +o The Class of '75 From MONTGOMERY WARD Your Comple+e Dep+. S+ore ii I0 Oalclawn Village wl+h Plen+y of Free Parking Complimenfs of A FRIEND Q e--h l Y 3 , ra R ilk V le r ,. 251 ' 4' fb n 257 XE JS Compliment of NJ? 1 xJ x II 3. TEXARKANA NEW CAR AND TRUCK DEALERS QISSOCI TION 3 XI ,V Y I V ASKIN'SMAZDA,INC. Q Q Q IIIITQXISBIVW. M da X X 5, I N S xi X Q N Iv N x x, Q X Y , I 'Q BURCH Morokco I T gig? XI In EN, 5 .I vd GMCT I. 'N E. AYQQ yu Q X coI4ERBuIcI4co XE' N SX' NQ S++L1A Q, xg N RQ V Q, 3 ae ne ve. B k-Op! Q S CURTISMOTORCO INC. L SNQ fj 'Y EN SNES 270IW.7+hS+. I+ + IT I. I NI I ' I X Qj.iIS.3wE5m KESBI a GENEVANNOLDSMOBILE XI QI QX E S R 9SummerhIIIR .I II , I . 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Broad i'F7 Oaklawn Cen+er 772-2765 838-0573 Prescriplions ' Cosmefics Comple+e Drug Line ' Gree+ing Cards Giffs ' Candies BU NCH GARD E N CENTER SEED 32I Texas 307 Baylor 794 377l 838-8525 HOW MUCH IS THAT DOGGIE IN THE WINDOW? - Nancy Bunch and Vicki Melde admire Iwo of the puppies at Bunch Feed Store. BELTONE HEARING AID H. L. and Lula Gillian Cer+ified Hearing Aid Audiologisis 5I6 Wood 773- I46I Texarkana, Ark. I SECRETARY: Mrs. Vonice Sanger CONSULTANTS: Tom Purvis D. W. Crawford, Elfon Powell I STANHOPE s G, SHARP , Music Complimenis KI J' wi 'I MFGIQUPISM S AND s If ,gp SUPPLY QQ COMPANY , QA I ,Y ,lf T DTT 'I "CompIe+e I I5 I THE DIAMOND . W MERCHANTS O"H'IIe'S for Your G b C " uiI'ars y Ar-Iisis and Amaieurs P'O' BOX 490 ar Marlin Shop 302 S+a'Ie Line 2 I 7 E. Broad S+. Fender' Gibson Ovafion and Gre+scI1 For Supplies Texarkana, Ark. Phone 772- l 25l and Ideas 7550I Texarkana, Ark. 2205'S+a+e 7550: Lme I302 S+aI'e Line 774-5352 Phone 793-24I I ' ROGERS Auro SUPPLY 2 IO6 New Bosion Rd. 794-3394 LANGDON CDXYGEN COMPANY 3503 Wes+ 7+h Hyway Phone C2 I4J 838-85 I 6-838-as I 7 Texarka na, Texas 7550 I Reese Langdon Gary Langdon 838-8602 838-7606 Jr. Burnei' Travis Cagle 838-6794 838-4072 Tommy Mar+in Jack Simmons 792-8324 792-4752 David Shelfon The Answer I 838-5443 +0 your T Welding needs Les+er Sfokes , THIS IS JUST WHAT I WANT! - Senlor Sam Wadsworth 8381233 admires a chrome rim that he wants to purchase. Congra'rula'rions 'ro Seniors of 74-75 f rom John Ember+on 26 Compliment COOPER TIRE COMPANY 81 COOPER SERVICE S 5 , 3 F' 5 T T ? 4. T K ,- M., ..,,,, ,.,,,,m:p,q,1,.mEgmgsmf, X , Yi',,fgEe:g wa 5 1,235 :eligqlyfkfsffm 3 - W 2-iii, I I ps mfg WCK LIKE A. F. JAMES TRUCKLINE IO3 Lelia Texarka na, Tx. 793 028I Money Ihings happen when you save a+ Firs+ Federal FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND ASSOCIATION Savings insured +0 520,000 by F.S.L.I.C. Texarkana Ashdown DeQueen aa 8 I 6-20 Wes+ 7+h S'Iree+ J Dial: 792-699I gc GREENHQUSESI INC' Texarkana, Ark.-Tex. agwcn hoe ixv . "' ,gba if E X f V , X 9 -1? 5 U- ' . 4 -ua 1, FTD T .av ' K- 'M 4,4014 . ,.e'To X . FOSTER GU LF ' ' 'pf A'I' 4 VN You r J Service Phone 793-6246 SummerhiII and I-30 mmm TEXARKANA FUNERAL HOME THIS PAIR LOOKS NICE -Q Senior Traci Skinner buys o poir of shoes from one of the friendly employees of Mossey's. MASSEY'S SHOES 323 Easl' Broad 774-9 I4I Milk and lce Cream 1357 VEA RS Box 58I Texarkana Phone 793-4676 Complimenls of FRIEDMAN STEEL J Q F? W" gm' ' --- V f M ,iq 325 2, , ,x1 ,, I ,Af , X X . -,.,, ff A -f f 1 - . "ff sl BOND Sr 64 H 4, Qi H for T Q' SAFETY T N SERVICE as sq' A . T l i 'T'lm" f-'J 2 L,V,Lf T so , GUARANTY BOND STATE BANK of Reclwa+er, Texas 67 l -3476 Save where you're a name: no'I' a number. We're small enough +o know you, yel' large enough +o serve you. rm M ,f Q Cpen All Day Sa+urday -Q 1 Closed Thursday Af+ernoon f 267 LAWLEY MACHINE AND AUTO PARTS We Appreciate Your Business I I00 Spruce 793-3 I 3I QUALITY MERCHANDISE - Becky Boyd is selling pistons to Melinda Bailes, another satisfied customer. ROCHELLE'S an I805 New Boston Rd. Phone 792-I I8I Texarkana, Texas SEVEN-O-CORPCDRATION GeneraI Contractors 902 S. Robison Rd. P.O. Box 706 Texarkana, Texas 7550I K-CXYQGH Company XJ' 2007 West 7th Street - Texarkana, U.S.A. W. E. IShortyI Keith Phone 794-8 I 73 LEVINE'S Department 2I3 E. Broad Texarkana Ar . 223 W. Broad Texarkana, Texas it "XX We JIM'S JEANS 774-55 I 2 A. E. McKnigh+ Oph'rhaImic Dispensers McKNI6HT OPTICAL CO. I30I Olive S+ree+ Texarkana, Texas PUTT-PUTT GOLF COURSES Office Phone Home Phone 793-I6I I 793-2605 America-S OuaIiI'y Courses Corner of GLASS PHARMACY S"mme'I'III and Fearuring The finesi' cosmefics lines Conege Dr' in Texarkana 224 Easi' 5+h Phone 774-5IO5 GOOD PUTT - Sophomore Brentley Hughes practices his putt. IN 8 U R R N C E TEXARKAN U.S A Zrifflxnlrll illlrlflxf INSURANCE - BONDS Oidesi' - Largesf - Besi' Texarkana, Ark. - Tex. Phone: 793-55I I 26 66 Use Our No Charge l-aY'a'WaY "For The Man Who Join Your Cares How He Looks" 'Friends at MU RPHY'S The Friendly ' THE FAMILY PLACE TO SAVE S+0fe At Murphy's "Charge lt" with Bank Charge Cards Bank Americard Master Charge Paints Sjrlliels the man's store a paper Oaklawn Village I ICC 86 Oaklawn Village 2l2l State Line Avenue Ph' 838-642l Texarkana, U.S.A. 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Box 2047 Texarkana, Texas 755Ol 2 I 4--838-656I Three Localions +0 Serve You! Downlown - Oalclawn - Norfh Slale Line "Save Wilh Us . . . Tha+'s Securi+y!" EAST FUNERAL HOME ' Eas+ Funeral Home, Inc. ' Easl Funeral Bene'fi+ Assurance Co. ' Easl' Memorial Gardens Ceme+ery 6+h and Olive P.O. Box I5 Texarkana, Texas Telephone 2 I 4-793-3 I4l ibomasrb C' fi?- A T T 6 For All Your Wholesale Needs 'WS WALSH-LUMPKIN TTI ME DRUG COMPANY WE HAVE lT Drugs and Sundries L'-1 5005 SI'a+e Line Ave. Ph. 794-5I4l Sizes: ? E Phone I 'lo I3 ' T 793-4389 SWEARINGEN WHOLESALE COMPANY Mon 792- I THE C NDY S MPLERS Sav Phon O The Complefe Family Sfore enneqs A1.wAvs Finsr QUALITY 303 E. Broad 774-6I73 Texarka na, Ark. TEXARKANA OAKLAWN DRUG CO. Home of The Columns Giff Shop Phone: 838-8566 2825 New Bosfon Rd. Open Mon.-Saf. 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. Open Sunday 9 a.m. - 7 P.M. GUY'S Hamburgers Only 4Ogt 7+i. and Olive ORANGE TAKE A BREAK - Members of the Texas High yearbook staff take time out from their deadline to enioy a drink at Guy's Orange. 'A JEVVELEES "Your Office ' rings ' all styles of Ouiiliiersu ' watches beautiful iewelry - including THE PROMISE RING -- 94 Oaklawn Village 325 E. Broad D 838-8556 772-274i 0 THE BAPTIST BOOK Your Complefe Office Headquarfers Bibles Books Giffs "Since I87b" Liferafure Sheef Music Gospel Tapes 3l l-3 l 3 Main Texarkana 794-6 I 35 2I4 E. Broad 4605 N. Sfafe Line Phone: A.C. 2I4 792-2783 LOFTON PHARMACY 7+h and Waferall Texarkana, Texas 794-4537 r 5" .447 : ,E Er 5- ,, K ,,'euFZ,.,., AE if ,T "You Ma'Her To Us" Fas+, Accura+e, Personal Service Shop Down+own a+ WATSON'S Good Shoes And Ge+ The Very Bes'I' In Qualify Shoes. IT PAYS TO BUY GOOD SHOES I2 I Eas+ Broad 774-2729 QIIIQIII THE DIAMOND 204 E. BROAD 749 KMAR7 PlAZA 774-2294 794-3708 TEXARKANA OAKLAWN BANK swung 4 QXX' sunv I0 L., or voul Q E savmcs ,, H- Z f 4 uv TD 5 J' 0 suooo IQ K, QS 'ff conw 3000 New Bos+on Rd. Texarkana, Texas CZ'-Z9 5 a 3 fy? CaEgEE'i'en+ 27 27 4 BUHRMAN - PHARR HARDWARE CO. 620 Easf 3rd Phone 774-5882 For Flavorful OuaIi+y. . . A. D. SCHNIPPER MEAT COMPANY IO02 Wood 794-567 I Cus'I'om Processing and Packaging Sugar Cured Hickory Smoked Hams Hickory Smoked Turkeys TURN AROUND, LOOK AT ME - Sophomore Kim Stevens models the lovely fashions at Fran-Cupid's Boutique. FRAN-CUPID'S BOUTIOUE I72I New Bos+on Rd. 794-855I GoTo. . KASON AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION 220I New Bos'Ion Rd. For All Your 793-4683 Transmission Problems SHOE CASE For Fine Family Foolwear Oaklawn Shopping Cenfer 838- I 866 Ta ke Coke Anywhere E Enjoy L JD Cvcafgfg lt's the real thing. Coke. fill ....,........ all ice-cold 1 4 Qf ,Q is? ltr jaw ian THINGS GO BETTER WITH COCA-COLA - Seniors Lauralee of their busy classroom schedules by enioying cz delicious, ice- Young and Bob Coulter take a break from the stress and strain cold bottle of Coco-Colo during their PC period. 27 5 76 Gif+s - TEA ANYONE? - Senior Jon Timberlake is showing one of the many new patterns of china for 1odcy's bride found in her fcxther's store. China - Housewares - Toys - TI M B E R LA K E S Member Nafional Bridal Service 306 Main Slreef 793-I I74 Brealcfasl' Served 24 Hours A Day HOME OF THE BOTTOMLESS CUP Slaleline a+ l-30 772-9 l 43 Qualify and Service Along Your Way 24 Hours A Day "Eli 'XVI M, I I 'uit I I T214 I. ,fs H. I, I XI 3 . I, ' Congra+uIaIions ' +o Ihe I ' Seniors Compleie Prescrip+ion Service HART'S CUT RATE DRUGS I I I ' of L1 I975 QQI f: I7 223 E. Broad MR. D. THE POISE SHOP 773-6766 - 200 O kl College Drwe V.Ha awn Texarkana, Ark. and Richmond Rd. I age Casual Wear 794-923I Congra+uIa+ions SIWOG-S Seniors Lingerie '75 Gif+s Accessories Open IO-7 I0-6 Mon-Fri Sai I LOVEALL v Music DELUXE I 1. COMPANY STUDIO c' . .. dlghyglgrg 5PeCf1"1"'9 2906 coumy Band Phone: 772-538l Ins+rumen+s Guifars I I3 Wesf Broad Amplifiers Drums N I 794-768 I IF, 3923 s+a+e Line F j f I 'F' 7341 CI""a 794-3735 f x "P Crys+aI ,Im M' Oiher Gifis QII M! i. Q . . I '-K-Q A P 'I I Diamonds Soy 'I Za I I ' M40 'I I X Wa+ches 'nh I I SiIverware f fi Q I 277 Wo 0 050, Q Texarlcana's Headquarlers for Q +l1e Magnificenl' MAGNAVCDX "New Slore . .... Texarkana's Qualily .... .... S ame ol' George" TV and Appliance I9l9 Nor+l1 Robison Road Ph. 838-5555 We Service Wha+ We Sell . . . Because We Care!! 1 If Magnavox Makes H . . . We sell I+!! As+ro-Sonic Sfereo Tape Recorder Monochrome TV Cuslom S+ereo Syslems Color TV Solid-S+a'le S+ereo Consoles Nash I 82 Wesl' R.R. . 'O 3 wr Q: D BROWER'S E E n I I 67 Wesl BROWER'S DRESS SHOP Phone 838-5460 Doris and Benne Brower Name Brand Merchandise a+ Reasonable Prices Misses, Juniors, Half Sizes I Lorch, Paul Norlon, Trio, Gay Gibson, Slimalcer Colleciables, Byn Mar, Henri. Lady Venus Cosmelics. TEXARKANA TITLE 84 ABSTRACT, INC. 2 I 8 Main SI'ree+ P.O. Box 55I Dial I2 I4I 794-6 I 88 Texa rka na, Texas PATTERSON'S STUDIO AND CAMERA SHOP Mrs. Marlin J. Pallerson John B. Pallerson R. Larry Pallerson Phone I2 I 4l 794-2585 222 Wes? Third S+. Texarkana, U.S.A. 7550I IS THIS REALLY FOR ME? - Junior Betsy Brown receives o corne- fion from Junior Bobby Wilmolh for VoIenIine's Doy. RUTH'S FLOWER'S 350i Texas Blvd. 793-67I I Member of AFS - FTD - Florafax - Teleflora We Wire Flowers Worldwide Pleasing You Is Our Pleasure 27 PHIFFERIS Got A Problem? y ES' Help Is Only A Phone APPAREL Ca" My 794-3474 CAM EO BEAUTY CALL- ANON: Y A free information and 3 X referral service can put M you in touch with a source I f 607 Redwater ot help for your particular 1 I 6 I 838-62I I problem. ' Personal or Family Complete ' Legal Beauty ' Health Resources E Service ' Difficulties With Children Gerry Weaver . iiainiilgdance or Owner ' Older People ' Recreation I 2924 Sponsored by REACH, INC. I COUVIIY Texarkana, U.S.A. l I 553555585 I .. if -r'L a I tgllll iii I T s,e L s C Q E SHEQEEQSQSSQBEEEW 55335355 TASTEE-FREEZ "Take the Family to the TASTEE-FREEZ Where the Good Things Are." 3425 Summerhill Rd. 793-4353 ALL IN THE FAMILY - George ond Catherine Lybrond, owners of the Tos- tee Freez, pose in front of their business with their children. When its your turn to graduate, you wear your Cao and oowunfor only a few brief hours.. . but you can wear your Class ring always. Q' Xe!-.9 L.. W X".-""""-,-,-QQIQ. o f 2 1? .gf5ff'4,Q P Y , v the ring people DISCOUNT CENTER 'WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY THE BEST FOR LESS" 26l 5 New Bosfon Road and 2750 Siafe Line Avenue Texarkana, Texas NOW WHAT'S THAT NUMBER? - Senior Helen Show writes cl ticket for one of the customers. HOME STYLING INC. 32 I O Nor+h S+a+e Line 772-8289 Disiribufors of +he Fine Pifisburgh Painis R E Floyd and Rodney Woodle STATION HUMCO LABORATORIES ' 32 Wesi' 7+I1 S+ree+ - T k T 11 14- ,Wok ,fyx GXBI' ana, GXSS T 3 794-8723 'G i ' T .L -fi x Congraiulafions f, ffm - 5 - ix, 'ar y sv , Ex enlors K V ii i' , LL M '75 in 11 i W" CMV' ' X fwfr ' M iff f -- 1 T q fiiilf T Army Navy 8: Jim's Jeans .... A. F. James Truckline . . Arnie's A8:W Drive-In ....... A8mWRoo+Beer Bapfisl' Book Slore . . . Buhrman-Pharr .. Borden's Inc .... . Bunch Seed . . . Bellone . . . Brower's Balfour . Call-Anon ........ Cameo Beauly Shop ......... Commercial Nalional Bank Collins 81 Williams ........... Corner House ..... Cooper Tire Co ...... Denny's Reslauranl .... Deluxe S'I'udios .... Dol' 8: Anne's . Dowd's .......... Eas'r Funeral Home .... Firs'I' Federal Savings . . Fos+er Gulf ....... Fran-Cupids Boulique . Friedman Sleel Sales Inc. .... . Gus Kennedy Shoe Slore ..... Glen Wood Pharmacy ....... Gray's Mfg. Jewelers. . G. Sharp Music Co. . . . INDEX CDF ADVERTISERS G. C. Murphy .............. Guaranly Bond . . . . . . . . Glass Pharmacy .... ..... Guy's Orange .... ..... George's Magnavox . . . .. . . . Hack's Jewelers . . . . . . . Hari Drug .... ..... Howard's .. ... .. Home Slylein . . ... .. Humco La bora+ories ..... J.C.Penneys .. Johnson8:Ray... Kaye's... .. K-Oxygen ................. Kason AuI'oma+ic Transmission Lo'F'Ion Pharmacy . . . . . Langdon ........ . . Loveall Music Co .... . . Levine's . . .......... . . Lawley's Machine 8: Au+o Pa Mary Carler Painls ....... Monlgomery Ward ...... Moore, Thomas 81 Emberlon Massey's ............... Mr. D ........... . . McKnigh+ Op+icaI .... . . Offenhauser Insurance . . Owens Jewelers ......... PhiHer's Ladies Apparel. . . PoiseShop ..... r'Is Porler-McClure ............ 266 PaH'erson's Camera Shop ..... 279 Pu++-PuH Golf Courses ....... 265 Ru'I'h's Flowers .............. 26I Ragland Office Equipmenl' . . .270 Raney's Flowers ..... . . .26I Rogers AuI'o Supply .... . . .263 RocheIIe's ........ . . .268 Seven-O-Corp ..... . . .268 S+anhopes ....... . . .258 S8aSSuppIyCo.... ...258 Securily Savings ..... . . .272 Swearingen Wholesale ....... 269 Shir+ Shack of Texarkana . . .266 Schnipper Mea+s . . . . .274 Shoe Case. . . .274 l'asI'ee Freez ............... 280 Texarkana New Car 8: Truck. . .260 Texarkana TiI'Ie 81 Abs+rac+ .... 279 TimberIake's ............... 276 Texarkana Coca-Cola BoHIing Co. 275 Texarkana Oaklawn Drugs .... 270 Texarkana Oaklawn Bank ..... 273 Texarkana Funeral Home ..... 262 Texarkana College . .. . . .27I U.S. Air Force .... . . .282 Viva's ....... . . .255 Walsh-Lumpkin . .. ...272 Wa'I'son's .... . . .273 Index of Individuals -A -5- 190 Aaron, Deniese . . . . . . . 189 Abbit, George . . . ...... . 173 Abel, Arlis .... ..... 1 89 Abney, Barry .... 101 150, 188 Adcock, Jody ............ 173 Agan, Cathy .... .... 1 89 Aimes, Gary ..... ..... 1 73 Alexander, Carol ..... 164, 21 1 Alexander, Nina 98, 173 Alexander, Walter ........ 21 1 Alford, Coach Don . . . . . .74 Almond, Brenda... ....211 Allen, Cathy ..... ,... 1 89 ALLIED YOUTH ........... 24 Allison, Melodie ...... 144, 189 Allred, Lisa ..... 21, 56, 57, 189 Altenbaumer, Johnny ...... 175 Altenbaumer, Linda .21, 44, 21 1 Anderson, Ann . . . 105, 148, 189 Anderson, David ......... 130 Anderson, Ella . . . ...... .211 Anderson, Kelvin ..... 161, 189 Andrews, David .......... 189 Andrews, Lee Ann .... 189 Ardeneaux, Raymond , .99, 211, 221 Arnall, Douglas . . ....... 173 Arnett, Dorothy ...... 146, 189 Arnett, Willie . . ..... 211 Arnold, Janet .... .... 4 O, 173 Arnold, Peggy ... . . . .173 Arnold, Richard .......... 173 Arnold, Tony ........ I 17, 189 ART ..,......... ...... 5 7 Arterberry, Cornell . . . . . . . 189 Ashley, Rick ..... ....... 2 11 Asimos, Kathy ....... 104, 189 Ataway, Candy . . . .... . 189 Atkins, Bill .............. 189 Atkins, Scott ...... 27, 133, 173 Atkinson, Medley .21 , 103, 211, 230, 245, 292 Austin, Richard ,.......... 189 AUTO MECHANICS ........ 55 Autrey, Gary ............ 21 1 Avard, Sammy ....... 1 18, 173 Avery, Debra .... ..... 2 1 1 Avery, George .... . . .21 1 Avery, William .... . . .173 284 Bailes, David . . . .... 118,173 Bailey, Dorothy ...... 146, 173 Baily, Vivian .... .... 1 65, 173 Baird, Nancy . . . ..... . .49 Baker, Kathy . . . .... 149, 189 Baker, Neal .... .... 1 01, 211 Baker, Tonya ........ 104, 173 Balley, Janie ..... 100, 150, 211 Banks, Howard ........... 173 Bardwell, Debra .... . . . 173 Barham, Keith . . . ..... .189 Barkett, David ....... 21 1, 238 Barnes, Abigail ....... 161, 211 Barnes, Carolyn 17, 57, 160, 189 Barnes, Mr. J. W. .......... 74 Barrow, Jerita . . . . . . .173 Barry, James . . . . . . 189 Barton, Richard . . .... 173 Bass, Cynthia . . . . . . 173 Bateman, Beth . . . . . . 173 Bauldwin, Linda .......... 173 Baymiller, Ricky ...... 190, 200 Bean, Bo ........ 118, 173, 32 Bean, Leighsa . .40, 98, 99, 154, Bean, Mr. David ........ 211,240 Beard, Dorothy . . . . . . . 24, 74 211 Beasley, Tommy ...... 127, 189 Bell, Austin .... ....... 1 73 Bell, Mr. E. F. ...... 54, 74, 139 Bell, Vicki ........... 101, 211 Bellew, Ms. Bernadlne ..... .74 Benbow, Mr. Bob Blalock, Cliff ........... Bland, Cecelia ... . . .161 Bland, Keith ......... 1 18 Blankenship, John . . . . . . Blevins, Sandra . . . . . . . Bogan, Sherwood ...... 60 Boggs, Jack ..... 130, 131 Bolten, Linda ........... Bolten, Mona .... . . . 1 173 212 173 173 212 190 212 173 212 Bonham, Jerry .... . . .14, 15 Bonham, Tommy .... . . . Bonner, James .... . . . Bordelon, Janet . . . . . . . Borgeson, Gary .... . . 174, Bowers, Jan ......... 101 173 190 174 127 190 Bowen, Diane ...... 60, 99, , 213 Bowling, Danny .60, 98, 99, 161, Bowling, Mike ..... 60, 99 Bowsen, Susan. . . . . . . . . Box,Randy Boyd, Jack .... . . .130 Boyd, Jayna. . . . . . . Boyd, Mindy .... . . .101 1 1 212 174 174 .212 190 174 ,212 aoyd,Mf.w.L. ...26,74 Boze, David ..... . . . Brackean, Ronda . . . . . Braddox, Steve ......... Bradley, Lyndon 62, 99, 190 Bradshaw, Ricky ...... 150 Braley, Leonard ....... 20 Bramlett, James ..... . . . 1 1 1 174 174 193 190 212 212 Brooks, Bertha . . Brower, Greg . . . Brower, Keith . . . Brower, Kevin . . Brower, Mark .... Brower, Brown, Betsy .... Brown, Carmen . Brown, Debbie . . Brown, Frankie . . . Brown, Leslie . . . Brown, Mary .... Brown, Randall . . . Brown, Rodney. . . Brown, Ronald . . . Brown, Tod ..... Brown, Tony ..... Brown, Valerie . . Brown, Vince . . . Browning, Becky Browning, Kathy. . Bruce, Mike .... Bryan, Debbie . . Bryan, Ricky .... Bryant, Wes . . . ...38,213 .....213 ...190 ...190 .....190 Ms. Ruth ....... 74, 79 105,174,279 ........191 ....101,213 ....101,213 ,.....174 ....144,191 20,34,6O,99 ........214 ...191 ........214 156,214,225 ........174 ........191 40,132,133, 150,206 .. ..... 191 ...117 ...214 .....174 .....74,127 ....74 Beniamin, Sandra . . . . . . .189 Bennett, Debbis . Berbig, Ed . . . Berger, Lori .... Berger, Vickie . . Berian, Doty .... . ...173 ....211 ....295 . ...173 .........173 Branchcomb, Mr. Dean .... .74 Brannon, Paula ..... . . . 212 Bratton, Ms. Jean . . ..... 74 Brazile, Donald ....... 98, 190 Brazile, Linda .... .... 1 74 Brewer, Cheryl ........ 38, 190 Brewer, Linda .... .... 1 90 Brewster, Mr. Marvin . . .74, 161 Bridger, Terry ........ ....213 Briggs, Danny .56, 213, 225, 235 Budzitlowski, Mark ..... 20, 214 Buford, Brian ........ 133, 174 BUILDING TRADES ......... 54 Bunch, Nancy 31, 34, 42, 61, 99, 101, 191, 259 Bunch, Robert . . ........ 174 Bunger, Robert. . . . .191 Bunger, Tami . . . ..... .174 Bunger,Tina. .. .... 101, 214 Bunn, Patti . . . .... .174 Burch, Ann ..... ...191 Burgess, Erby . . . . . . 174 Burks, Charlotte . . . .214 Burnett, Robert. . Burroughs, Bubba . Burroughs, Elsa . Bernard, Ms. Charlotte . . .74, 75 Berry, Joe .......... . . . 190 Berry, Richard . . . . . . .15 Bigus, Connie ............ 173 Bishkin, Jim .18, 25, 91, 99,100, 114,117,155,212,126,127 Bishkin, Tracey ....... 153, 173 Bius, Donna ......... 101, 212 Blackwell, Marilyn . . .... 173 Blake, Calvin .... . . .190 Briggs, Natalie ......,... 213 Briggs, Ms. Susan ....... 48, 74 Brinkman, Debbie ..... 101, 213 Brint, Chad ........., 133, 213 Britt, Penny ..... 101, 213, Brock, Mr, Donald ........ Broderick,Jane .. Broderick, Kevin . . Brookes, Gary .... 297 .74 174 213 174 Bursey, Von .... Butler, Mark .... Butler, Pam .... Butler, Tamara . . Butler, Timothy . . Butts, Donald . . . - c .. ...191 ...174 .. ...214 ...191 ...191 ...215 ......215 ....191,198 ....191,198 Calhoun, James . . . . . 174 Calhoun, Mike . . Callahan, Cindy . . Callahan, Larry . . Cambell, Beverly . Camberan, Kathy . Campbell, Kerry . . Campbell, Marsha Cannady, Dewey . Cannon, Donald. . Cannon, Ronald . . Carlsteed, Sherry . Carlisle, Donald . . Carnation, Alan . . Carnation,Vicki . . Carpenter, Carla . . Carr, Charlie . Carr, Mary .,.... Carson, Ms. Beth . Carter, Donald . . . Carter, Eugene , . . Carter, James .,.. Carter, Tina ..... Cartwright, Donald Case, Billy .... 52, 96,I11,116, Caudle, Tracey . . . Cerrato, Luanne . . Certain, Henry . . . Chambers, Becky. .97, 101 , Chamlee, Gary . . Chamlee, Randy . . Chamlee, Rebecca Chamblee, Georgia 84, I91 Chandler, Martha . Chapa, Danny . . . Charizio, Carol . . . Chasteen, Carla . . Chosteen, Steve . . CHESS ....... Choate, Teresa. . . Claxton, Kenneth . Clark, Jimmy .... Clearman, Randall Clem, Burt. . .25, 114, 117, Clements, Susan . . Clemmer, Donna . Clifton, Ricky .... Coalter, Bob ..... Cockerell, Michelle CO-ED HI Y ..... .... 118 ....158,191 ....... 214 .84,191,198 ....2I4,215 .99,214,215 ....137,215 ....... .56 .. .. 174 .. .. 174 .. ...198 ........215 ....I46,I74 w9m42w .21,39,101, 215 .....215 ........174 ...,....I98 101,214,215 101,214,215 ........215 ....191,198 ........198 117,2I5,227,246 ..52,9O,2I5 ..,.16I,191 ....145,215 167, 215 ..... 174 ..59,69,215 .,..... 191 ,198 ....... 191 113,117 215 .24,IO5 191 ....IOI 215 ....101,215 .... .27 ..... 174 ....216,295 .. .... 215 ........174 210, 216 .21,I90,191 ........216 ........192 100,216,275 ....... 174 ....26 ...192 Coen, Paula . . Coffee, Calbin ...... Coffey, Dwayne . . Coffey, Urstin . . Cogell, Harry .... Coggell, Susie . Cole, Dennis . . . Cole, Donnie ....... Coleman, Charles .... Coleman, John ...... .II 163, 174 .....148 ....174 ....174 ....216 .....2I6 .112 Coleman, Paul .30, 57, 101 , Colley, Minagail. . . Collier, Jenifer . Collins, Garyan . . Collum, Debbie . . . Collum, Sherry .... Columbus, Cynthia . . . Columbus, Sharon . . . Colyer, Norman . . Conner, Ronnie ..... 8, 117 I74 174 142 216 192 192 174 192 174 175 137,216 Cook, Betsy ..21, 101, 165, Cook, Martha ...... Cook, Mildred . .21 , 28, 90, 165, Cook, Richard .... 23, 188, Cooley, Barbara ..... Cooper, Carol ...... Cooper, Mark .... I 33 Cooper, Valerie ..... Cooper, Vivian . 157, 216 192 216 I76 101, 192 192 216 175 216 175 175 Copeland, Karen ..,. 21, 48, 49, Cordell, Carlo . . . Cornelius, Annette Cornelius, Doreen Couch, Kathy .... Courtney, Lisa . . Covert, Kirk ..... Covert, Mr. James Cowart, Mary .... Crain, Katherin .. . . . . Crain, Lisa . . . Crane, Ford .... Cranfield, Kathy .... Cranfield, Mr. Bill ..... Crawford, David ..... Crawford, Mr. Nathan . Crank, David .... CREDIT UNION .... Crenshaw, Melissa . . Cross, Brian ..... Crowe, Scott . . . Crowe, Steve ........ 101,141,217 ........175 ...217 ...192 ..,217 ....I75 117,192 .....70 101,217 ....175 102,192 ....I88 ...175 .....75 .11a,175 ..75,85 .99,217 ....56 ...175 ....289 118,175 .30,217 Crownover,Jay . . I 17, 147, 150 Crownover, Joseph ........ 192 Crownover, Mr. J. C. ....... 72 Crowson, Linda ..... Crumpton, Samuel . . . Culp, Charlotte . . ...175 ...175 ......192 Cunningham, Mike .... 217, 285 Curtis, Cindy . . . Curtis, Jerry ...... EJ ..... Dabney, Mrs. Evelyn. . . Dancer, Claudie . . . Daniels, Arthur. . Daniels, Charlie . . . Daniels, Danny .... Daniels, Jimmy .... Davenport, Marva . Davidson, Lee Ann . Davis, Dan ..... Davis, Dorcus . . . Davis, Judy . . . Davis, Lisa .... Davis, Robert ..... Davis, Mrs. Sunnye. Day, Jim . Day, Marsha . . . Deak, Mrs. Linda . . Deaton, Ricky. . . DEBATE .... DECAI . . . DECA II ...... Dees, Suzette . . . Deibert, David .... Delaughter, David . DeLaughter, Debbie ....175 .75,217 ...69 ....118 101,217 117,237 101,217 ....192 ..21,37 ....217 118,124 156,217 ....175 ....175 ....2I7 .....75 .55,175 ....176 ...4o ....217 ...33 ...44 .....45 165,176 .27,217 ....176 101,217 DON'T HIT ME WITH THAT - Having fun in the snow, seniors Melodie Holmes and Mike Cunningham enjoy their PC period. 285 219 DeLaughter, Steve . . . DeLoach, Virginia .... DeMoss, Jimmy . .101 Dennington, Brenda . . Dennis, Clifford ..... Derrick, Chuck ...... Derrick, Jamie . . . DeSantis, Patty. . . . Desellem, Kim . . . Dewberry, Gary .... Dickens, Mr. Sam .... Dickson, Mariann . 101 Dill, Cynthia ,....... Dillinger, Charlotte. . . Dixon, Louise .... Dodd, Joyce . . . Dodd, Robert ....... Dodge,John .43, 101, Dollarhide, Kenneth . . Done, Gina ....... Dougan, Kim .... Douglas, Connie . . . Douglas, Mr. W. C. . . Dowd, Doug .... . Dowd, Romana ...,. Dowd, Sonya .... DuBois, Linda .... Duckett, Adell . . . Duffy, Gary ....,... ,1 17, .21 7, ,1 50, 36, 217 217 127 192 217 297 176 192 176 176 .75 218 176 192 176 192 .55 117,1 146 45, 192 176 176 163 176 .75 .79 176 176 192 192 218 Duke,Pat . . .96,112,112,117, 218 Dukes, Denise ... .... 21, 218 Dunbar, Cheryl . . ..... 176 Duncan, Amy ............ 176 Duncan, Douglas . .56, 101, 218 Duncan, Mr. Dwight ..,..... 75 Duncan, Jerry Duncan, Susan ........... 176 Dundee, Mrs. Mary Lou ..... 75 Duree, Debra ....... . . .192 Duscon, Teresa. . . . . .218 ... E .. Earnest, Rose .... . . . 176 Eason, Debbie ........... 192 Eckstein, Mike 21,126,127, 157, 218 Edgman, Susan .......... 176 Edmond, Travis . . 114, 1 17, 160, 192 Edwards, Steve .... . . .218 Elam, Jeff ...... .... 4 4, 218 286 Elam, Tony ...22, 23, 101,117, 193 Elliot, Jeff .......... 118, 176 Elliott, Mark .118, 124, Ellis, Della .......... Ellis, Lawrence .... Ellis, Teresa . . . Emerson, Lance ...... Endsley, Tommy . . . Erie, Jerry .......... Erwin, Debbie .... 217, 176,186 ....218 ....176 ....l76 118,176 ...,218 ....176 218, 227 -F- Fallis, Carla ......... ....193 Faragher, Mrs. Elizabeth 75, 100, Farren, David .... Faunt LeRoy, Jan .... FCA ........... Ferguson, Bobby .... Ferguson, Cynthia . . . Ferrell, Nancy . . . FFA ....... FHA'S ....... . Fields, Jimmy .... Fields, Shirley. . . . . Fields, Tamla .... Fincher, Tommy . . . Finigan, Steve . . . . Finigan, Terry .... Finley, Kaye ..... Finley, Mr. N. B ...... Fitzhugh, Mrs. Cheryl . Flaherty, Nancy ..... Flatte, Becky . . . . . Fletcher, Joyce .... Florence, Natalie .... Flynn, Tamara ...... Fomby, Carl . 126, 127 Fomby, Mr. Ken ..... Ford, Clifton ..... 145 Ford, Debora ....... Ford, Jacqueline . . . Ford, Joe ..... Ford, Linda . . . Ford, Ramona . . . Ford, William .... Forte, Annette . . . Forte, Gene ......,. Forward, Mr. Robert . . Foshee, Vicki .....,. Foster, Jim . . .43, 150, Foster, Larry ......... 292 ....193 .48,218 .....52 ....193 ....193 ....176 .....51 ..35,39 ....118 161,218 ....176 ....l76 .53,193 ....218 ....193 ...75 .....28 ....176 132,176 ....193 ....142 ...,176 144,193 .....84 150,193 ....176 ..50,5O ...,218 ..,.193 ...,176 ....194 ....218 ...15 ...76 ....194 193,194 112,117 Foster, Robert . . Foster, Valla . . . Foulke, Leslie ..... Foulke, Mrs. Betty ......... Fountain, Cathy ...... Fountain, Chris ....... Fountain, Malcolm .... Fowler, Gus ......... Francis, Jeanne ...... Franklin, Debra . . .37, Frazier, Ben . . . . . . . Frazier, Keith ..... 30, Frederick, Rickey ..... 139 Freeman, Dale ....... 146 Freeman, Dina .... . . . Freeman, Lisa. . . . Freeman, Lori . . . . FRENCH . . . . . French, Ira .... Frost, Carol . . . FTA .... Fuller, Wanda . G oQdd1S,Phy1115 .... Gage, Freddy . . Gammill, Eddy .... Gammill, Ginger. . . Gann, Gary .117,1 Gann, Randy Garcia, Be Be. . 84, 194 74, 1 94, Gardner, Barbara. . . Gardner, Earnest . . . Garrett, Becky Gary, Jim Gass, Suzanne . . 16, 62, 99, Gauntt, Joe ............. Gellington, Anthony . . Gellington, Cheryl .... 175, George, Gail ..... . GERMAN ..... Gerrald, Charles . . . Gibson, Mrs. E. . . . Gibson, Joe . . . Gilbert, Pinkie ...... Gill, Patty ...... 102 Gillean, Mrs. Kathleen Gillian, Danny ...... Glass, Mindy . . . . Glover, Glen ... ...101, Glover, Jerry 176 194 176 .76 218 176 177 177 177 177 177 218 219 177 219 177 177 .41 156 219 .28 194 177 .18 242 201 201 219 219 194 .56 219 177 177 .40 177 .76 219 219 230 .76 194 219 220 Glover, Mrs. J.. . .16, 41, 61, 76, Goad,Tracy Gobin, Clifford ....... 101, Goff, Coach . . . 17, 76, 84, Goff, Patricia .... . . . Golden, Connie .... . . . Golden, Matt ............ Goldsmith, Harry. .17, 112, 1 17, Golston, Artis ........ 1 14, Golston, Regina .......... Goodloe, Regina ..... 101, Goree, Vanessa ....... 32, Gorum, Kim . 20, 56, 59, 99, Grady, Kim .... Granger, Algie ........ Graves, Diane 37, .19,96, 105, Gray, Darren ............ Gray, Gail. . . Gray, J. J. .... . Gullat, Donald. . . Green, Gaynell .... Green, Elwyn .... Green, Heide .... Green, Kent .... Greene, Jonnie . . Green, Mary . . . Grey, Alan. . . Griffin, Gail .... ....101, Griffin, Jo Ann ....... 144, Griffin, Pamela ....... 162, Griff Griff Griff in,V1ck1... ith, Cindy .. . . .. ith, Cynthia .... . . . Griggs, Hal .... . . Goff Gum Gust , Roger .... . . m,Susan ...21 afson, Terry ...... 157 -H- 1 1 Hagan, Ronnie . . .101, 220, Hale, Debi . . . Hale Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, y,John... ....101 Brenda .... .... Dan .... . . Helen.. Julia... Laurie .... ...... Randy ......,.. 101, Mrs. Thelma ......... Thomas .... 112, 1 13, 100 194 194 110, 116 177 194 194 116, 220 117 .37 194 194 101, 220 220 194 220 177 220 177 123 194 177 177 177 220 220 177 220 194 177 177 165 177 194 220 220 220 224 177 220 220 220 194 177 177 220 .68 115, 1 16, 117, 220 Hamilton, Kerry .......... 221 Hamilton,Mrs. Margureite . . .77, 155 Hamilton, Melonie .... 153, 194 Hampton, Theresa .36, 102, 194 Hanson, Richard ........,. 194 Harding, Donna . . . . . . . 195 Harding, Linda . .. . . . . 177 Hardy, Laura .... ..... 1 77 Hargrove, Karla ....... 79, 195 Hargrove, Richard ........ 177 Flarlow, Jeffrey ...... 130, 177 Harmon, Jeff .... ...... 1 4 Harmon,Mary ...161,195 Harper, Mike ........ 127, 221 Harper, Thad .52,126,127 177 Harris, Donna ......,.... 177 Harris, Gerald ... . . . .177 Harris, John . . . .... . .54 Harris, Karl . . . .... 26 221 Harris, Kent . . . .... .177 Harris, Mary . . .... 195 Harris, Nelda ..........., 195 Harris, Resa ...... 28, 149, 195 Hartshorn, Kitty .......... 221 Hase, David ............ 178 Haskins, Principal Dan . . .66, 71 Hatfield, Jeff ......... 50, 221 Hathoot, Jenny . , . . . . . .28 Hathook, Virginia .... .... 1 95 Hatridge, Annette .... ,... 2 21 Haire, Cynthia ........... 177 Hawk, Cliff ...22, 3O,151, 212, 221 Hawkins, Debra . . .63, 126, 221 Hawkins, Diane .......... 221 Hawkins, Mike ... . . . .221 Hayclell, Jerry . . . . . . .222 Haydel, David . . . . . .57 Hayden, Phil ....., ..... 1 78 Haynes, Cordelia ..... 162, 178 Hayes, Melinese ...... 222, 235 Haywood, Nathan ........ 178 Haywood, Nathelma 21 , 96, 100, 165, 210, 222, 249 Head, Marla . . .21 , 33, 38, 222, 294, 297 Heard, James ............ 178 HEALTH OCCUPATION ..... 50 Heflin, Patsy ............ 178 Heller, Darnell .. , ...,195 Helms, Sandra ........... 195 Hendenson, Bonnie ..... 21, 222 Henderson, Felita . . . Henderson, Kenneth ...... Henderson, Pattie. . . Hendrix, Brian . . Hendrix, Ellison . . . Hendrix, Patricia . . . Henry, Barbara ......... Henry, Debbie .... 23, 196 Henry, Keith. . . Henry, Loretta ........., Henry, Sherilyn .... 22, 178 Hensley, Pat .... Henson, Reatha . . . Herman, Sheryl . . . Hervey, Jennifer ...... 178 Hess, Jody ..... Hibbs, Lisa .... Hicks, Keith . . . Hicks, Sue . . Hicks, Susan . . . Higgins, Patty .... Hightower, Donna .... 149, Hill, Gwen ......... . . . Hlaviak, Mr. Victor .... . Hodge, Mrs. Maxine. . . . Hodge, Patricia . . . Holder, David . . Holder, Hoby ..... Hollingsworth, Fran . . . Holmes, Melody . . .21, Holmes, Patty ..... 22, Holmes, Tony .... 1 18, Hon,Peggy Honner, Jean ........ Hooks, Susan 57,101, Hopkins, Edna .... Hopwood, Regina . . Hopwood, Shanterial . . Horner, Jack ........ Horrocks, David . . . Horrocks, Susan . . . Hotopp, Linda . . Houff, Calvin . . . Houff, Cecil . . . Houff, Evelyn . . . Houff, Mary .... . . . Houff, Sherry . . . . . . House, Gloria . . House, Jerri . . . . . . Howard, Anne ....... Howard, Dolly ....... Howard, Fred ..... 24, 145 223 165 124 1 59, 1 96 .15 146 .53 ....2 101 145 161 .32 101 178 195 178 178 222 195 178 202 178 222 179 196 178 222 180 196 223 196 .15 178 196 178 196 .72 .77 178 223 178 196 285 196 178 178 175 165, 204 223 223 196 223 178 196 196 178 136 178 197 197 197 197 178 178 223 Howell, Frances .... . . .178 Howell, Jack ............ 197 Howell, Robert 56, 57, 100, 133, 223 Hubbard, Elaine . . .99, 147, 223 Hudson, Lisa . . . ....... .178 Hudson, Ruth . . . ....... .223 Hughes, Brentley . .60, 178, 265 Hughes, Darwin ........... 55 Hughes, Dexter . . . . . 197 Hughes, Keith ... . . . .197 Hughes, Lisa ... ,. .31,178 Hughes, Randy .... ...... 2 23 Hughes, Walter ...... 131, 223 Humphreys, Martha ....... 197 Hunley, Nancy .... . . .178 Hunt, George ...... .... 2 23 Hurst, Mrs. Billie Jo ...... 76, 77 Hurt, Jack ....... ...... 1 78 Huth, Pat ...... .... 1 04, 197 Hymen, Dianna . . . ..... .197 Hymen, Donna .... . . .197 .. I - lcenhower, Mark ..... 146 178 ICT .......... . . . .46 Ingram, Marla ........,. 197 Ingram, Mr. Bob 77, 84, 169, 294 Ingram, Robert .......... 178 Ingram, Ronald . . . . . .55,178 Irving, Harold. . . . . . 223 Irving, Bobbie. . . . . . .223 - J - Jackson, Cedric . . . . . . 1 18 Jackson, Irish . .. . . . 178 Jackson, Jennifer . . . . . 197 Jackson, LaMarcus ....... 179 Jackson, Mary ........ 35, 223 Jackson, Mr. Minard ...... . 77 Jackson, Myra ..... . . 179 Jackson, Vanessa ........ 197 James, Mr. Steve . .77, 124, 222 Jarancik, Kathy ......... Jansen, Robert .....,.... Jarvis, Johnny . . .130,131 Jeanes, John ,.......... Jefferson, Andrea . . Jeffery, Donna .... ..... Jenkins, Donnie . . . . . Johns, Jackie . . . . . .21,35, 179 197 197 223 197 197 197 197 Johnson, Chris . . . . . . Johnson, Diana .... . . . Johnson, Eddie. . . . . . Johnson, Donna .......... Johnson, Kathy ...... 179, Johnson, Linda . . . Johnson, L'Tanya ...,..... Johnson, L. V. ....... 101, Johnson, Melinda . . . . . . . . Johnson, Melvina . . . . . . Johnson, Ms. Ellene . . . . . Johnson, Mrs. Oneca ...... Johnson, Roger .... . . . Johnson, Sherron ......... Johnson, Steve ..... 59, 99, Johnson, Tim . . .... 1 17, Johnson, Virginia ...... 37, Johnson, Wayne . . . . . . Johnston, David .... . . . Johnston, Diane .... . . . Johnston, Elaine .... . . . Johnston, Mr. Larry . . . . . Johnston, Patricia .... . . . Johnston, Sarah .... . . . Jones, Brit ..... . . . Jones, Beverly . . . . . . Jones, Cheryl . . . . . . Jones, Denise ............ Jones, Eric ..120,121, 122, Jones, Lisa . .32, 103, 224, Jones, Melinda .,..... 161 Jones, Michael . . . . . . . Jones, Tracy .......... 23 Jones, Zack ..... 112, 117, Jordon, Tim ......... 101, Joseph, David .... 57, 133, Joseph, Mike ...... 39, 99, Joshway, Frank . . 111, 1 12, Joyner, Burt .... ....... Judd, Kimberly. . . . . -K-. Kaburick, Daina .... . . . Kacos, Mike ..... . . . Kazmir, Debbie Kqzmir, Kathy ....... 101, Keaton, Scot . . . . . . . . Keel, Timothy .... . , . Keele, Allen .... . . . Keck, Terry ..... ...... Keenere, Noley ...,.. 1 18, 1 1 223 .36 223 197 197 179 179 197 179 223 .77 .82 197 179 198 198 179 198 224 179 198 .77 198 179 179 224 198 198 123 242, 296 224 179 198 123 224 198 224 117 179 179 198 198 198 224 179 224 118 180 188 287 Keeney, Rusty ....... 221, 224 Keller, Leann . . ...... 180 Kelly, Ethel .......... 142, 198 Kennedy, Mrs. Cathy ....... 77 Kennedy, Garnetta ........ 198 Kennedy, Kara ....... 165, 180 Kennedy, Kathy .......... 180 Kennedy, Shelia . . .26, 63, 106, 161, 224 Kidd, Mike .............. 224 Kesterson, Thomas .... 224, 232 Kerkpatrick, Janet ........ 180 KEY CLUB ....... .... 3 0 Keys, Mike ....... .... 1 98 Kimbro, Mrs. Sue . . . . . . . .77 King, Carolyn. . . . . .144, 198 King, Karen ......... 162, 180 Knight, Jane . .21, 57,132,198, 206 Knight, Joe ......... 124, 180 Koller, Mrs. Grace . . .36, 76, 77 Krah, Lori ........ .......225 Kunkel, Jean .... 165, 179, 180 L... Lacy, Wayland .... Lafferty, Mark ....... 1 1 7 Lands, Jean . . . 1 .77 198 180 .225 Lane, Kim ........ Langford, Cindy . 21, 57, 99, 101 , 96,165, 225 Langford, Curtis .......... 180 Langford, Mr. Bill .......... 84 Laseter, Dana ...... LATIN ........ Lawrence, Len .... 59, 99, 198 .......43 ...225 Lawrence, Renee ......... 198 Lee, Becky ..... Lee, Clifford .... ....101 1 225 ......198 Lee, Elizabeth .... .. .41, 225 Lee, Jeri ..... . . . 198 Lemser, Lorrie . . . . . . .180 Leslie, Leta.. . ...31,180 Lewis, Barbara . . . ..... .180 Lewis, Ben . . . .... 117, 225 Lewis, David .... .... 1 40, 225 LIBRARY CLUB ... .... . .29 Liles, Lydia. . . . . .198 Lindley, Bill .... . . .180 Lindsey, Cindy . . . . . .198 Lindsey, Pat .... . . .199 Link, Jimmy .. ...181 288 Little, Lisa ..... Littleton, Tammy .... Littman, Bruce . . . Livesay, Bonnie .......... Livesay, Jimmie . . Logan, Suzanne . . . Long, Bill ....... Long, Bob ..... Looney, Barry ..... Looney, Becky .... Looney, Kim ....... 48, 49 Lott, Patricia . ..... Lowe, Laura ...... Lower, Kelly .... Lower, Tammy Lucy, Elizabeth .21 .99,101, 133 57,101 133147, ,...133, ...161, ,...48 .. . .37 32,147, ...199, ,43 Ludwig, Dennis ....,.. Lummus, Jamie ....... Lungaard, Greta ..... Luter, Carol ....... Lybrand, Catherine . . . Lybrand, George ..... Lybrand, Mike ....... Lybyer, Michelle .... Lychlyter, Tammy . . . Lyndon, Lynn . . . Lynn, Nancy -M 1 00, 144, 148, 118 Maddox, Matthew ........ Magee, Kathy 67, 151, 165, Maher, Becky ............ Maher, Fritz. 101, 117, 144, Malaby, Mitchell. . .90, 118, Maley, Stephen . . Malone, Pat . . . Marek, Jerry .... Markcray, Cedric . Markcray, Pamela Markham, James . Markham Kenneth Markham Susan . 130, Marley, Britt ..... 126, 127, Marshall, Joyce .......... Marshall, Patricia ......... Martin, Angie .... Martin, Karen .... Martin, Paula ....... Martindale, Mrs. Phyllis 56, Massey, George ...... 154, 181 199 181 181 132, 226 226 226 226 226 226 226 181 199 203 181 226 199 199 199 181 280 280 181 181 226 181 181 227 101 147, 200 181 200 200 200 200 227 200 181 227 181 227 181 201 181 227 .77 201 Mathis, Paula . 16, 63, 101, 161, 227 Matlock, Belinda , . . . . . .201 Matlock, Steve .... .... 1 81 Matthews, Truitt ...... 1 18, 181 Maxey, Cheryl .... .... 2 27 Mayes, Cindy .... .... 2 27 Mayo, Jo-Ann . . . . . . .228 Mead, Barabara. . . . . . .182 Meadows, Tina . . . . . . . 182 Meek, Ellis .............. 201 Melde, Vicki .85, 101, 103, 228, 259, 296 Mercer, Cedric .... .... 2 28 Merrel, William .......... 201 Michall, James. . .17, 19, 23, 97, 99, 112,117,228 Michael, Jeff ............ 201 Mickel, Donald .... ...., 2 28 Middleton, Jeanice ..... 21 , 228 Miles, Eva ....... ..... 2 28 Miles, Lonnie . . . . . .157, 229 Miller,Mr. A. P. .84 Miller, Mary ............. 229 Miller, Paul ..22,101,111,112, 117,154, 201, 240 Millican, Jean ............ 182 Millican, Ronnie . . . . . . .201 Mills, Glen .... .... 2 01 Mills, Roger . .. . . . .182 Minter, Danny .... .... 2 29 Mitchell, Donnita .... .... 2 01 Mitchell, Jerry .... .... 1 82 Mitchell, Sally ... ....229 Mitchell, Steve . . . . . . .229 Moncrief, George .... .... 2 01 Montgomery, Greg ....... 201 Moody, Mike ........ 127, 182 Morris, Don . .97, l1O,113,114, 116, 117,127, 129, 229 Morris, William . . .33, 133, 162, 182 Morrison, Beverly .14, 100, 104, 229 Morrison, Richard ...... 46, 182 Morrow, Charles . . . Morrow, John ....... Morrow, Mrs. Virginia . . Mortenson, Pam ...... Moseley, Debbie ..... Mosley, Sandra . . . Moseley, Terry .... Moser, Mrs. Kate ..... Moses, Mr. Gelnn. . . Moses, Scott ........ Mosley, Mrs. Rosemary. ....182 ...118 .....78 101,229 101,229 ....182 ....229 ..78,85 .....73 ....201 .....78 Mounsey, Brian . .101, 157, 216, Mounsey, Bruce ...... Muckleroy, Chandra . . . Murdock, Christy . . . Murray, Alton .... Murray, Estel ...... 229 100, 229 ....229 ....201 ....229 ....201 Murray, Mr. Herbert . .. , . . .73 Murray, Robert ..... .... 2 29 Murphy, Mr. Arthur ...... 53, 78 Murphy, Mrs. Evelyn ........ 83 Myers, Kay ...... 21,101, 201 Myers, Mr. Watty ...... 71, 1 16 - Mc - McAlister, Tammy. . .21, 41, 226 McBay, James .... . . McBride, Jamie . . . McCall, Jolene .... ,...181 ....200 ....20O Moore, Andy .... .... 2 29 Moore, Becky ........ 158, 201 Moore, Carol .... 192, 229, 230 Moore, Cynthia . . .42, 149, 229 Moore, Gregory .......... 1 18 Moore, Herschel . .96, 110, 113, 116,117,129, 229 Moore, James ........... 201 Moore, Mrs. Eulamae .... 34, 78 Moore, Mr. George E.. . .75, 175 Moore, Mr. John ........ 70, 72 Moore, Mr. Sam . . . . . .78 Moore, Theresa . . . . . . ,201 Moore, Wanda . . . . . . .201 Morphew, Tim . . . . . . .229 Morris, Mr.Matt... .. .84 McCash, Mr. Paul ..... .,.. 7 2 McClemens, Kennessa ..... 181 McClendon, Dennis . .33, 34, 57, 59, 99, 226 McCloskey, Cara ......... 181 McCloud, Scott 42, 98, 101, 152, 226 McClary, Sharon ..... 163, 199 McCommas, Nova ........ 181 McCormack, David ........ 181 McCormick, Sheryl ........ 181 McCulloch, Buddy McCulloch, Karen ..... 101, 199 226 McCullum, Dana ....199 ........181 McCutcheon, Care McDowell, Susie ...... 153, 181 McDowell, John ....... 30, McFerran, Mr. James B. . . . . McFerrin, Lisa ............ McGary, Angela ..... 156, McGee, Janey ,... ..... McGee, Mrs. Esther . . . . . . McGee, Pathrick . . . . . . McGinnis, Rita .... .... McGonigel, Anne ,... ..., McGonigel, Billy .....,.... McGough, Mike ...... 130, McGrane, Mary. . .21,101, McGuire, Mr. W. E. . . . . McGuire, Pam .... .... Parlor, Ricky ......,..... 231 1 1 1 Mclntyre, Dee . .... . McKeever, Bruce . . . . 148, McKeever, Keith ...... 127 McKeener, Roger . . . . . McKinney, Debbie . . . McKinney, Doreen 144 McKinney, Nancy ..... 155 McKinney, Tammy . . . 226 .77 181 226 199 .69 181 181 181 199 181 188, 199 .70 181 226 226 226 187 181 199 199 181 McLeroy, Priscilla .... 59, 98, 99, 100, 107, McMaster, Melinda ....... McMicheal, Joe ...... 1 17, McMillian, Micheal ........ McMichael, Tim . . . . . . . McPherson, Lenora . . . . . . McVay, Mark ...,. . . . McVey, Danny ....... 138, McVey, Doug .... ..... McVey, Mike . . .... 62, -N.. Nace, Marla . . ,... 101, Nance, Allen . . ..... . . Nash,Jan Nash, Sharon. . ..... . . Neal, Beth .......... 196, Neely, Deborah ...... 230, Neighbors, Marlette ....... 226 181 199 200 118 182 200 200 226 200 230 .67 201 201 201 289 201 Neinost, Mrs. Betsy ...... 37, 78 Nelson, Darrell ..... .... Nelson, Freda ... . . .. Nesbitt, Cynthia . . . . . . . Newberry, Steve . . . . . . Newton, Anne . . . . . .. Newton, Charles . . . . . . Newton, Don . . . . . . . Newton, Paula . . . . . . 182 230 202 182 182 182 153 202 Nichols, Rosielle . .101 , Nicklas, Bill ......... Nicklas, Mark ........ Nixon, Gail . . . Nixon, Gregory . ..... Nixon, Mike ...... Nobles, Debbie . .146, 161, Nobles, Steve. .59, 99, 100, Nolte, Mrs. Charlotte Northam, Jon ........ 130, Norton, Charlie .......... 230 230 183 202 230 183 164, 183 230 .78 183 230 Norton, Fred . .23, 33, 101, 133, Norton, Martha . .132, 190, Norton, Richard . . . Nowell, Norma . . . Nowell, Wesley . . . Nunes, Patti .... Nutt, Deborah .... -Q- O'Bannon, Sherri OEA I ..... OEA Il ....... Oister, Cammie . . . Oliver, Sandra .... O'NeaI, Cynthia .... O'Neal,Michael . . . . . . . Orr, Timothy ............ 202 202, 206 183 230 183 202 230 202 .48 .49 202 183 202 230 183 Orr, Tina .... 21, 101 , 230, 235 Orrell, Jim .............. Orrick, John. . . 202 202 Orta,Juan . .. ....231 Orta, Teresa .... ....... 1 83 Osborne, Cindy ...... 231, 235 Overall, Lila ..... ....... 2 02 Overstreet, Robin ......... 183 Overstreet, Tim .27, 98, 100, 231 Owen, Susan . 15, 16, 21, 24, 32, 92,101,102,151,161, 230, 231,242 -P- Poce, Mrs. Otha . . . . . . .78 Pace, Perry . . . ....... .183 Page, Cheryl ............ 231 Page, Sandra ..... 36, 144, 202 Palmer, Debbie .......... 202 Pappas, Alice .... . . .202 Paradic, Jimmy ........... 183 Parker, Cathy .... 101, 152, 231 Parker, Joe .... ........ 1 83 Parker, Phyllis . .... 161, 202 Parker, Steve .... ..... 2 31 Parmley, Kathy .21, 31, 98,101, 231 Parmley, Tricia . . . . . . 183 Pate, Keri ............... 202 Patman, Representative Wright . . 56 Patterson,Jay . . .118, 130, 172, 183 Patterson, Julie . .57, 97, 98, 99, 100, 154, 210, 232, 240 Patterson, Mrs. Mae ..... 35, 78 Patterson, Ricky .... .... 5 4 Pavatt, Pamela .... Pavey, Kip . . . Paxton, Linda. . . Peak, Natalie. . . Peek, Charles. . . Peek, Lezleigh .... Peek, Michele .... Penton, Rhonda ...... Perreux, Brett . . . . . . Perry, David .... . . . Pessek, Kathy ........ Philips, Jerry. .26, 116, Phillips,Joe ......... Phillips, Michelle ...... Phillips, Paul .... . . . Phillips,Jimmy .... . . Pickens, Sue .... Pierce, Jessie ..... Pierson, Clifford ...... Pilgreen, Kellie . . . . . Pillow, Tony .... Pinkham, John ....... Pinkner, Mrs. Maurine . . Pirkey, Mack ........ ....202 ....202 ....183 ....183 ....202 ....202 ....183 104,183 101,231 .20,231 132,202 117,151 ....183 ....231 127,202 ....183 ....231 ....117 ....231 144,202 ...,203 ....183 ..28,78 ....231 Pitchford, Betty . . .19, 101, 105, Plunkett, Lisa . . . Poe, Debra ...... Poncelet, Michael . . . Ponder, Steve . . Poole, Dan .... Poore, Dennis. . . . . . Posey, Cindy . . . . . . Posey, Sherry ........ 231 ....183 ....183 ....183 ....203 ....231 .93, 231 . 25, 203 .48, 203 NOW COLOR THE - Senior Deborah Neely, HECE student, assists Mrs. Province ata Wake Village kindergarten with Brian Cross. 289 234 Post, Dale ...... 117, 147, Powell, Latresa .......... Power, Jerry .......... 56, Poynter, Mrs. Carolyn ..... Pree, Felitia ....... 29, 35, 232 183 183 .78 203 Pree, Wayne .97,114, l16,117, 232, Prescott, Mrs. Phyllis ...... PRESS CLUB ....... Presswood, Susan Preston, Donna ...,.. 10 Pride, Cherry . . . Price, Shelia . . Pringle, Jean . . . 1, Province, Mrs. ......... . Pryor, Frank . . .25, 93,101 Purifoy, Peggy .......... Putman, David . . . -Q- Queen, Donna .... Quinn, Debra. . . Quinn, Earl . . -R- Raab, Lee ........ . . . Radford, Mr. Homer ....... 249 .78 .34 183 232 232 183 183 289 232 183 232 203 203 183 183 .78 RADIO AND T.V. . . ........53 Rainey, Angelia ...... 179, 183 Rainey, Billy .30,101, 117, 126, 127, 147,232 Ramsey, Mr. Jody. . Rana, Chaula . . . Roney, Billy .,.. Raney, David ..... Roney, Elizabeth . . Rankin, Mr. Donnie. Rape, Mary ...... Rape, William .... Raschke, Sandra . . Raulston, Wade . . . Roy, Debbie ...... Ray, Mrs. Ella Brooks Ray, Pamela ..... Reaves, Terry .... ........18 161,183 35, 232 232 184 .79 184 203 184 232 184 .79 203 203 Reaves, Cindy . . . .... 86, 203 Rebber, Sandra . . .... 184 Reed, Milton . . .... 1 18 Reed,Janet ....184 Reed, Myra ............. 232 Reed, Susan . . .21, 93, 9B,100, 240, 232 Reed, Vera . . . .... .233 Reese, Anita .... 101, 203 Reese, Marc . . . 52, 204 Reeves, Julie .... .... 1 84 Revels, Susan .... .... 2 04 WE'LL LOSE IF WE DON'T - Junior Curtis Smith heads for the locker room at half time. 290 Reynolds, James . . . . .184 Reynolds, Linda . . . . . . .15 Reynolds, Mr. Albert .... 79 Rhodes, Jane ..... . . . 184 Rhoades, Tommy . . . . .184 Rhymer, Debbie . . . . . .184 Richards, Edith .... 140, 233 Richardson, Jackie . . . .233 Richardson, Mary ..... 175, 184 Richardson, Ronnie. . . .184 Richardson, Tommie . . . 101, 233 Richey, Leslie .... . . .184 Rigdon, Theresa . . .44, 233 Riley, Chris. . . . . .184 Riley, Lee Ann . , . . . 184 Riggs, Bernice ..... 41, 233 Robardy, Mrs. Peggy .... 79 Robbins, Chris .... . . .233 Robbins, Mark . . . .... .204 Roberson, Flora .... .... 2 33 Roberts, Kip ...,. . . .233 Roberts, Toni . . . .... . 233 Roberts, Mark ....... 233, 243 Robertson, Debora ....... 184 Robertson, Kathy ..... 101, 233 Robinson, Janice ........ 204 Robinson, John ....... 118, 184 Robison, Frances ........ 184 Rochelle, Cary .... 43, 101, 130, 131, 204 Rochelle, Dr. J. B. . . . . . .73 Rochelle, Jackie .... . . . 204 Rochelle, Paula . . . . 204 Rochelle, Marcia ...... 165, 184 Rochelle, Rosa ....... 101, 233 Rodgers, Krystal .... .... 2 33 Rogers, Karla .... . . .21, 204 Rogers, Lynne . . . . .37, 233 Rogers, Steve ...... . . . 184 Rogers, Mrs. Walley ........ 79 Rolark, Charles ....... 129, 233 Rolark, Portico . . . . . . .204 Rose, Bill .... . , . 118 ROSEBUDS .... .... 3 1 Rose, Lisa . . . . . . .204 Rose, Mike . . . . . .43, 204 Rose, Ricky .. . . .118 Ross, Ann . .. ..... .184 Ross, Debbie . . . .... 161, 233 Rousseau, Joh . . . ..... .204 Rowe, David . . . .... 141, 205 Rowe, Wren . . ........ 184 Royal, Linda . . . . .61, 99, 233 Royell, Anna Rucker, Debbie. . . . . 161 Ruffin, Ronald Rumbo, Larry . Russ, Lewis. . . Rutledge, Keigh . . . . . . . Ryan, Berle . . Ryther, James Sanders Sanders Sanders, Sanders Sanders Sanders Sanders, -5- Debra .... . . . , Janet ....... 156, Mott .... 99, 101, Michelle ......... Ronald .......... Shelia ....... 37, Vicki .... .... Sanders, Virginia . . . Sandoval, Ken . . Sanford, Dianne. . . . . . . .. Sangalli, Karen . .... 39, Sartor, Cliff ...... Satterfield, Doug ......... Schelkopf, Mr. George ..... Schlonga, Diane . . .29, 42, Schlonga, Jeff ........... Schoen, Steve .17, 30, 101, 224, Scott, Debra ......... 76, Scott, Randy ......... 53, Scott, Reginald ..110, 113, 116,117,129,156 Scott, Sharon ............ Scurlock, Bill . . . Scurlock, Lynn . Seibold, Rick . . . Seitz, Patsy .... Sellers, Sonny .... SERENDIPITY ............ Seward, Gary 90, 113, 117, Sewell, Karen . ..... . Sewell, Larry . . . Shanks, Ronnie Sharp, Annette. . Sharp, Susan ............ Shaw, Helen ...... 37, 234, Shaw, Sondra ........... Sheffield, Mr. James .... 80, Shepherd, Michael .... 101, Shepherd, Leon . . . Sherrod, Mike . . 205 1 84 1 84 1 84 1 1 8 205 .68 205 233 205 233 175 174 205 184 205 205 184 234 184 184 . 79 101, 205 184 133, 234 184 234 115, 234 184 234 234 184 184 .58 127, 205 1 85 205 1 85 1 85 234 282 234 162 205 234 238 Sherrod, David .... . . . 205 Sherrin, Johnny ......... 205 Sherwood, Saundra. . . 100, 161, 234 Shipp, Karla. . . . . . 234 Shipp, Mrs. J ...... . .80 Shofner, Eugenia ........ 185 Short, Carol ..... 101, 165 234 Short, Duane ............ 185 Shumake, Tommy .... .... 2 O5 Shuman,James .,... . . . 205 Silvey, Mrs. Dorothy ........ 69 Simpson, Carol ....... 145 185 Simpson, Debbie 21 , 36, 56, 234 Simpson, Donna ....... 38 205 Simpson, Paula . . 101 , 136, 234 Sims, Jwill .... ........ 2 05 Sims, Sheryl . . . ...... .234 Sims, Warren . . .... 124, 185 Singleton, Roy ...... ......56 Skinner, Traci . . .20, 21 , 62, 99, Slaton, James . Smith, Carlita . ...... Smith, Curtis 120,121,122,123, Smith, Jacquelyn .... Smith, Leroy ........ Smith,Mike..97,111,117, Smith, Mrs. Doris Smith, Pat ......... Smith, Paula . 146, 147, Smith, Reba ...... 48 Smith, Robert ....... Smith, Samuel . . . . . Smith, Schatzie ..... Smith, Shelia . . Smith, Tina .... SPANISH .......... Speed, Miss Dorothy . Spencer, Shelly ..... Spinks, Leland ,... Sprayberry, Kathy . . . Spriggs, Pam ...... 2 Stacy, Karen .... . . Stacy, Margert .... Stafford, Susan . . Stahl, Jeri ......... Starling, Janell ...... Steam, Vicki . . . . . Steed, Carl ........ Steelman, David .17, 69, 99 Steenborg, Prissy .... 234,262 .....234 ..29,185 290 ..38,235 .....2o5 122 129,235 .... .83 .138,235 185,205 ,101,235 .151,235 .... 205 .235 240 .... 205 ... 235 ... .42 .... .80 ... 205 ... 185 .... 205 1,22,2oo ..21,2o5 ... 185 .... 235 .195,2o5 .... 185 .144,206 .139,206 ,206 .... 206 Steger, Mr. Jeter D. ..... . Steinbock, Lisa ....... 101, Stephens, Malcolm ....... Stephens, Terryl ......... Stephenson, Barbara . . . 19, Stevens, Don . . . Stevens, Kim ..... Stevenson, Debbie . . Stewart, Deborah . . . Stewart, Marian . . . Stewart, Marilyn ........ Stewart, Mrs. Nelle W ..... Stewart, Ruta ...... Stewart, Theodis . . Stewart, Wallace . . . Stoken, Barbara . Stoken, Eddie. . . . . Stoker, Linda . . . . . . Stone, Brenda . . Stone, Jeffrey .... Stone, Rorie ......... Strawn, Bruce 52, 117, 1 Strebech, Debbie . . . . Strebeck, Sarah ...... Stroman, Leesa ...... Stroman, Theresa . . . Strong, Emma . . Strong, Linda . . . Strong, Lottie ........ Stuckey, Karen . . .101 Stuckey, Sharon . ,101, STUDENT COUNCIL. . . Sullivan, Rhonda Surman, Darlene Sutton, Abbie ..... . . 101 22, 228 101 213 213 160 Sutton, Dennis . . .... 29 Sutton,Judy . .. ... . . Sutton, Sheryl .... Swanson, Freida . . Swartz, Glenn . . . . . . . Swearingen, Ben .. 1' - Tatom,Joy ........... ......67 Taylor, Debbie .... 35, 101 Taylor, Mike . . .3O, 99, 100 Taylor, Mrs. Kay ......... Taylor, Nancy ....... 204, Taylor, Paul .... ..... Taylor, Robert ....... 101 1 1 1 1 1 .80 235 185 185 104, 185 206 274 235 185 185 206 . 80 159 235 235 185 236 236 185 206 185 145, 236 206 185 236 236 185 182 185 236 236 .25 206 236 236 207 185 .236 236 .236 294 236 236 236 .81 207 236 236 Taylor, Shari . . . . .101, Taylor, Russell . . . . . . . . Taylor, Terri . . . . . . .38, Teaff, Grant ............. Teel, Billy ......, 117, 127, Terrell, Venetia ........ 21 , Terry, Curtis . . . . . . . . Terry, Martha ........ 1 32, Terry, Ricky ...... 99, 236, THESPIANS ..... ....... Thomas, Annette . . . . . . Thomas, Cynthia . . . . . . 236 185 185 1 16 236 185 207 185 238 .32 207 185 Thomas, Mr. John. . .... . .81 Thomas, Russ ........ 147, 207 Thomas, Tina .21 , 102, 230, 237, Thompson, Leslie Thomsen, Debra ...... 150, Thompson, Dr. G. W. ..... . Thompson, Jeri ...... .... Thornton, Martha ......... Thornton, Mr. Royce .... 81, Threadgill, Larry . . .29, 117, 245 ......15,297 207 . 72 1 85 1 85 1 29 237 Thurman, Corlis . . ....... 207 Thurman, Naoma ..... 144, Thurston, Connie ..... 100, Thurston, Larry ........... Tidwell, Diane ...101, 152, TIGER TIMES .... ........ Timberlake, Fred ......... Timberlake, Jan . . 19, 91, 97, 100,210,237 Tinsley, Bill ........,. 130, Tolliver, Seraphine .... 161 , Toulson, Bob Treas, Mark ...... 56, 141, Townsend, Mrs. Pamela .... Trehern, Riley ............ Triplett, Lynn . . . . . . Tubb, Peggy . . . . . . . Tudor, Mary ...... .... Tullos, Mrs. Nancy ........ Turner, Bruce ........ 1 18, Turner, Donal, . . . . . Turner, Earl . . . . . . . . Turner, Kandis . . .... 21, Turner, Peggy .......... Turner, Rodney . .117, 120, 122, Twiss, John . . . . . Tyl, Debbie . ........ . Tyl, Greg . . . 207 237 207 237 .59 .15 98, 276 207 207 ............163 237 .81 118 207 185 207 .81 185 237 207 237 185 12L 123 238 186 ...44,101,238 -V Vammen, David. . . 1, 91, 98, 99, 100, 238, Vammen, Mrs. Lynne ..... Vandegrift, Rita .... . . Vanhooser,Judy . . . . . Vanhooser, Sharon Vanhorn, Sally , . . Vasser, Sarah . . . Vaughan, Tracy ......... Venable, Edward ..... Vetrano, Sandy VICA ......... Vick, Ellen ..... Vickers, Connie . . Vickers, Mr. Dale ...... Vines, Cheryl . . . -W 149, 295 .85 .38 .50 186 186 207 192 186 208 Venable, Melissa ......,. 161,238 .47 238 238 .40,81 137,186 Wade, Mrs. Henri Nell ..... Wadsworth, Sam ...... 60, Wagstatf, Marilyn ........ Waldrop, Roger . .52, 127, Waller, Vicki . . . Walker, Betty .... Walker, Karen . . Walker, Clyde ...,... 161, 14L Walker, Gregory . . . . . . . . Walker, John .... Walker, JoAnn. . Walker, Randall Walker, Shawn . . Walker, Sonia . . . Walker, Susan . . . Waller,Jody . . . Waller, Marla . . Walker, Lisa ......... .1o1,219 ...zz Waller, Theresa ......... Waller, Wilma .... 24, 105, Walraven, Kay .......... Walsh, Tina ............ Walston, Greg . . . 112,117 Walston, Theron ......... Walters, Theresa . . . . . Ward, Sharon . . Walz, Janice Ward, Jeff . . . Ward, Lisa . . . 1 60, .69 238 208 147, 238 208 186 186 208 208 208 208 185 238, 297 238 186 185 238 .238 208 208 185 239 199 208 186 186 208 239 . 15 291 NMI'-Q-we ,,... , . ...... 1 .....- NOTES, NOTES, NOTES - Senior Medley Atkinson takes notes from Mrs. Elizabeth Faragher's interpretation of Mac- beth. Ward, Michael .... Ware, Annette . . Ware, Johnny .... Warren, Eddie . . Warwick, Tim ..... Washburn, Brenda . Washington, Clyde .... Washington, Hattie Washington, Lagardia . . Washington, Sandra Watson, Debbie . . 151, Watson, James ...... Watson, Leah .... Watson, Randell ...... Watson, Susie .... Watson, Yolanda . . . Wattinger, Kenny ..... Weaver, Pam ....,... Weaver, Regina .... Webb, Debra , . . Webb, Cynthia .... Welch, Glenn . . . Welch, James ....... Welch, Mickey ....... West, Kathy . .32, 161, Westbrook, Cathy .... Wheeler, De Otta ..... Whidden,Jeri .. White, Barbara . , 292 118, . 15 239 239 161 239 186 180 239 26,161, 1 65, 121, 118, .57, 127 207, 101 .41 1 239 186 239 238 239 239 182 187 187 208 239 208 1 87 239 1 18 187 208 239 239 208 197 White, Bobby .... White, JoAnn .... White, Layfayette . . White, Lori .... White, Mary . . White, Ray ...... White, Suzanne . . . Whitaker, Pom .... White, Randy .... 1 Whitney, Robert . . . Whitney, Sarah . . . Wicker, David . . . Wilbanks, Charles . Wilcox, Richey .... Willege, Mr. George . . . .37, 33, 200, Williams, Anna Sue . . . . . . Williams, Bea ............ Williams, Belinda. . . 18, 21, 103, Williams, Bob ............ Williams Dan ..... 40, 137, Williams, Douglas ........ Williams, Gary ........... Williams, Jeff .24, 25, 115, 151, 222, Williams, Williams, Williams Williams Williams r Jim ..,......... Karen 26, 92, 149, Kathryn ......... Patricia ......... Rob ...118,123, 208 187 197 187 208 130 187 239 208 208 187 187 239 239 .68 208 208 101, 239 187 187 239 208 1 17, 240 208 240 240 187 124, 157 Williams, Susan .... .... 1 01 Williamson, Debbie . . . . . .187 Williamson, John . . . . . . 187 Williamson, Kathy . . . . . . .15 Williard, Michelle . . . . . .187 Willis, Melba . . . . . . .240 Willis, Kathy ............ 209 Willis, Natalie .... 97, 101, 240 Willis, Ronnie . . .112,117,121, 122,123,139 Wills, Andrei .,.......... 187 Wilmouth, Bobby ..... 209, 279 Wilson, Deborah . . . . . . .209 Wilson, Rhonda .... .... 1 87 Wilson, Mrs. Ruthe .... .... 8 1 Wisdom, Al ...... ...... 2 40 Wisdom, Karen ....... 57, 209 Witham, Rickey .... .... 1 87 Witterstater, Cindy ........ 240 Witterstaeter, Gary ....... 209 Witterstaett, Ray . . . . . , .209 Wommack, Gary . . . . . . .241 Wommack, Ronny ........ 241 Wood, David ..... .... 2 09 Wood,Lynda... ....187 Wood, Mary ... ....241 Wood, Melanie .... .... 1 87 Wood, Mrs. Melba ...... 39, 81 Wood, Roy ...... .... 2 41 Wood,Steve ....187 Woodard, Roger ......... 241 Woodruff, Randy. .92, 100, 1 17, 127, 241 Woods, Debra ........... 187 Woods, Mr. Don .... 67, 81, 127 Woodward, Vicki ......... 187 Works, Connie ........... 187 Worthy, Kay ............ 241 Wreyford, Ginger 21, 93, 96, 98, 161 , 241 Wright, Cheryl ,... ...... 2 41 Wright, Glen .. . . . .143,187 Wright, Kerri ............ 187 Wright, Liis . .100, 161, 238, 241 Wuertz, Joey .... 20, 34, 63, 99, 101, 106, 241 Wummenberg, Ann . . .101, 209 Wyatt, John ..... 130, 214, 241 Wyatt, Paula ............ 241 -Y- YEARBOOK ........... 60-63 Yearwood, Debbie 101, 221, 241 Yirke, Frank .... Young, Bryan . . . Young, Cindy . . . Young, Janice . .. Young, Karen . . . Young, Kathryn . . . ....146 ....187 ....209 .......241 90,172,187 ......,187 Young, Lauralee . .21, 100, 132, 133, 240, 241, 275 Young, Lesa 101,132,150,188, 209 Young, Lindy ......... 39, 241 Young, Mark .96, 117, 222, 241, 246 Young, Mike .42, 100, 136, 138, 1 52, 241 Young, Mrs. Ruth . . Young, Robert .... Young, Tom ...... Younk, Mr. Tommy . Zamora, Anita . . Zamora, Jan ..... Zimmerman, David .. ..... 81 ....241 ...1is,i72 .....52,a1 .....209 ...146,187 ...130,131, 209 Scamiwf GZPZQCQMQ MQ S Wg W 22 5 4 I fu Sophomore year taught us sense v is o of responsibility ...V On August 26, 1972, we the Sen- iors of '75 arrived at Texas High for the first day of our sophomore year. We were a bit timid about being at such a big school, but we weren't really frightened. We knew we belonged, and it was only a matter of time before we assumed our roles. We actively participated in the band and pep squad, and supported our junior varsity teams as well as the varsity. We had a lot of hard classes, but we were determined to prove our- selves smarter than all the others. We worked hard during our sophomore l year and made'a lot of accomplish- ments which we were really proud of. l v 5 'fm , .. 3 f H Iv L, ri T T? i t L , 'Lx Th f' 5 .sri '-:Q 1 .4557 my BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Ingram proudly displays a trophy the band won for marching. TOP LEFT: Marla Head discusses P.C.'s with Mr. Swearingen. TOP CENTER: Kenneth Claxton prepares to drive in driver's training. BOTTOM CENTER: Sophomore Tiger- ettes radiate with excitement at a pep rally. TOP RIGHT: David Vammen and Lori Berger point out different cities on a map of France in French II. 5 ,1I0wLQ4fWUf 3Myjy'e Qs rv' ff 1:35, .I Ain egg, . , ,,.e:.f.- A , 'UWM ,QV ABOVE: Cheerleader Lisa Jones partici- pates in a pep rally skit. UPPER LEFT: Vicki Melde practices her punting one Sunday in the park. UPPER RIGHT: Penney Britt and Marla Head, Debate Club officers, conduct a meeting. LOWER LEFT: The Tigers run a play against Arkansas in the first game of the season. LOWER RIGHT: Leslie Thomp- son watches as Chuck Derrick votes for iun- ior favorite. FAR RIGHT: As THS converts to the a quarter system, Randal Walker finds he has more tests to study for. , Q Cf J LQLAEQAQ Qelaflgaffwic , 5 Qjblkl g,,gU4f!l0fiQ20c9fZffg,fL,,? . gmj ,QI Zfiiimf bf QM! ffwgwfi of .. on My I, 1 4' 4 . 'MR I gg., O " ' QQ- if ,J . .4 - , yzlLG,f4?-Q! eM'lfIf'-fffffffs WA 0, f -A Orff' 06 Uflhkkcl' ' fied" I 6 Activity increased greatly during iunior year We really got into things our iunior year. Members of our class were found in almost every club, sport, and activity. All this meant extra work on our part, but we were more than glad to do our share. We put on a play to raise money for our senior prom. Its name was "The Perfect ldiot," and it played three successful nights in November. A life-long desire was fulfilled when we received and proudly placed on our fingers our senior rings. We knew then that it was impossible to slow downg we had to continually strive for bigger and better things. When spring came, we cheered our baseball team on to a bi-district championship. At the year's end, we elected our student body officers and cheerleaders for the coming year. The Class of '74 soon departed, leaving us more than ready to fill their shoes. Seniors leave THS with many ioyful memories Our third and final year at THS began with a bang and never really slowed down. We were constantly on the go, performing our never-ending duties as Seniors '75. We discovered the meaning of 'iTiger Spirit" and dis- played it whenever we had the chance. We also managed to outnum- ber and outvoice the juniors and soph- omores at all the pep rallies and sports events. 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