Thomas Jefferson High School - Document Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1977

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'D X 5 'fx WJ X x X -I -I J i 12 4 f I4 Dedication: Mr. Larry Curr Mr. Larry Curry is a relatively new teacher at Thomas Jefferson, having joined the faculty only three years ago, but already he is well known and well liked. Mr. Curry combines student involvement with community participation to make his courses, sociology and psychology, relevant to today. Besides his teaching responsibility, Mr. Curry is also cheerleader sponsor. He spends many hours of his time planning and directing assemblies as well as working with the cheerleaders to increase the school spirit. In appreciation for his dedication to Thomas Jefferson, the DOCUMENT staff dedicates the 1977 yearbook to Mr. Curry. . V 2. "" I k l f 1 ,ft K he-WWMU , , .. , f f Y fi-'s via x X f K5 . .. E . f sz Q . A ' 2 ,Z - . ,gg gf Xi-5 : .a if - 1 - 1 Q - f 'Z W kiwi Y ,iw , E ., fx , . - , -w , . , . ig: . .. . X , . -i, S if -if ' I " ' ' 2 E ' y v , , . . L L- Fi I ' Y ' .ai gy, 2 i ff..Qfv! , Q I1 .. 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M, A A 5 lx ji . xxx-,jf :E ks.-if DOCUMENT Staff Serves Beaut Tea The Thomas Jefferson Document Beauties were honored Oct. 31 by a beauty tea given by members of the Document Staff at El Centro Savings on Northwest Highway. Twelve girls were chosen by their school as being the most beautiful girls in the school. The three judges who chose the four finalists were prominent local theater figures. The first judge was Don Shook, producer- actor-singer, who is presently producer and director of the Crystal Palace Dinner Theatre. R. G. Webb, also an actor- singer-director , who has performed over 100 roles in theater productions , was the second judge . The last judge was Mike Pollock, head of the music and theatre department at S.M.U. , as well as being founder, producer, and director of Casa Manana Musicals. During the tea the judges spoke individually' with each of the nominees. The four finalists were chosen on the basis of their poise, personality, charm, and beauty. t fn' fk Y' N ,f f' I ' " X K x V . f ,f 5 E: M- f 3 T sf J I 5 X'-9-JJ il NOMINEES. FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Jana DeHaven, Peri Mechler, Kate Thompson. SECOND ROW: Suzie Brennan, Tami Apperson, Martha Esquivel. '1 KNAW? rl ,Q wzfffwtf -, f fyfjzv-1zff1?J.:t2'Qf.ffw5.f,ggg1afs?'lZf4 A1111 f J Q NOMINEES, FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Keri Andrews, Laura Foster, Susan Parker. SECOND ROW: Kim Hall, Anne Holman, Lori Corti . O? IUDGES: Cleft to rrghtj, Mlke Pollock, Don Shook, and R. G Webb. DQCUMENT Laura Foster M1456-Mf. I , WW ,ff M JK fy N Qjifigfb oywffixff' Ggigifyid BEAUTIES Peri Mechler 1976 Homecoming f 5 A .J f .? gg I 2 s ,f P K1 Miss Tami Apperson escorted by Mark McKee xiii riff 2 Court Miss Martha Esquivel escorted by Bruce Goldblatt Miss Suzie Brennan escorted by Joey Mathews 4 Miss Peri Mechler Miss Kellie Witte escorted by escorted by David Lawler Will Parker 1976 HOMECOMING QUEEN Miss Jana DeHaven escorted by George Stephens Everybody danced to the lively music of Central Expressway. 1976 HOMECOMING - A SPARKLING SUCCESS The setting for the 1976 Homecoming Dance was the Regency Ballroom of the Fairmont. The theme for this year's Homecoming was appropriately named "Listen to the Music . " Everyone danced four short hours to the swinging music of Central Expressway. The night was highlighted by the crowning of the 1976 Homecoming Queen - Miss Jana DeHaven. It was one of the best Homecomings ever! ! ! "Listen to the Music" Q., 2 3 RAGE ru K, The setting for the 1977 All- Class Play was the Fall of 1896 It was centered around Women's Suffrage and the stand that one woman, Clarisa Blynn Cromwell, takes that changes the lives of many. lt is a play that deeply expresses woman's need to become a person in society. The play was under the direction of the new drama teacher, Tom Brewer, and student director, Kandie Carpenter. Besides the fine direction and the good acting several other factors contributed to the success of the play. Costumes and lighting equipment from Mrs. Keen of Brown Middle School, plus costume items from Old San Francisco Steak House helped set the mood. The long hours and hard work of the Stage Crew contributed significantly by providing a smooth running production. ff 'Q' 'H T ' f 41 V7 , ,,,. V 'A , tx 4wS.:!iii5"1f!55i5Eflf - ft sv" r'-' wjg.3tf,,g,zw,,kW. 4 uk? .,,., W.. , ,,,,., Q -V 151 -iff? A .F-SQ in Q ,gb i f. fi Cast of Characte Ling ----------------- Clarissa Blynn Cromwell Senator Wm. Cromwell --- Julia Cromwell --------- Beulah -------------- Addie Hampton --- Lillian Hampton --- Nicky Hampton --- Mrs. Gimble ---- - Mrs. Worley ------ Gifford Hampton ------- Vincent Pemberton ------- - Rep. Matthew Cromwell --- --- Mrs . Tillie Sparker ---- Mayor Ambrose Tibbett--- --- Birdie --------------- Opal --- Zita ---- Director ---------- Assistant Director - - - FS Gerry Melgoza - - - -Laura Spann - - -Anton Pierce - - - - --Janet Hill Janet Soloman Michelle Tindall Annette Gebron ------Max Pierce - -Diana Goldston - - - -Leslie Fallis - - - -Paul DeDoes - - - Scott Leathers -George Stephens Melissa Quirk -Doug Crabtree Sharon Kissner - - - - - -Pat Gainer - - -Janie Owen Tom Brewer Kandie Carpenter 29 Most Likely to Succeed Laurie McCrary J eff Biggs Most Respected Julie Johnson Paul Stephens SENIOR f .:.:. ,. .,..: Nf- SUPERLATIVES N K " Most Athletic Suzie Brennan Tom Ellis Best All-Around Kellie Witte Ge rg Stephens Most Creative Jana DeHaven Bobby Gono Friendliest Martha Esquivel Tim Short 5 ww'-wvuey Wittiest Jody Garver David Lawler Q, a y ,,.l :QA Most Dependable as Chosen by TJ Faculty Kandie Carpenter Abel Becerra if die, on 'R90' "Fiddler" entertains, makes social Comment TJ 's 1977 musical was "Fiddler on the Roof. " This musical is set in a small Russian town , Anatevka , in the year 1903 . This is the period leading up to the Bolshevik Revolution. The story deals with the fall of tradition, the conflicts which arise with the change to a more modern way of life . The changes are portrayed through the marriages of the main character's daughters. With each daughter's marriage , they move farther away from tradition. The fiddler on the roof' symbolizes the precarious position of tradition in a rapidly changing modern world . "Fiddler" was presented under the direction of I ack Cannon. Mr. Cannon was assisted by Tom Brewer who directed the acting and stage crew. Mr. Xeros prepared the orchestra and Nancy White did the choreography . 2 "I realize of course that it is no shame to be poor, but it's no great honor either." Tevye CAnton Piercey in one of his many frank talks with God . "Even the worst husband, God forbid, is better than no husband,f God forbid. " Golde QKaren McGuireJ and the matchmaker QSamantha Ionesb plan a match between the butcher and Tzeitel. Tevye as he dances with the fantasy character, the Fiddler CBret Johnstonj. The villagers of Anatevka extolling The virtues of their "Tradition CASTLE? CHARACTERS - - - Anton Pierce Tevye ---- Golde ---- ---- K aren McGuire Tzeitel - -- ---- Laurie McCrary Hodel - - - ---- Debbie Becan Chava - - - Michele Tindall Shprintze ---- ---- L eslie Fallis Bielke - -- ---- Tami Chadick Motel --- ----- Ray Adams Perchik --- --- Yente --- Fyedka ----- Lazar Wolf -Steve Alderman -Samantha Jones - - - -Roger Hodge - - - - Abel Becerra Mordcha ---- ----- S cott Leathers Mendel - - - Constable ---- Fiddler - - - - - -- --Ross Bird - - - Kirk Stephens - - - - Bret Johnston "It's a new dance. I have learned it in Kiev. There, we just changed an old tradition." Perchik CSteve Aldetmanj and Hodel qDebbie Becanj dance. "Maze1tov"! Motel CRay Adamsb and Tzeitcl CLaurie McCraryJ are "All right after the Sabbath I'11 talk to Lazar Wolf. " Tevye and married. Golde discuss a matc for their daughter. Tzeitel. ,F "Tell me your dream, and I'l1 tell you what it means. " Tevye creates a dream with which to convince his wife not to pursue the match between Tzeitel and the butcher. Lazar Wolf. ,. ,. 'H -M-' ., ... WW. W-W.. . ...W ., . M W .,. , ,Q , ,,,.,.....-, ,LL,. ,L,., Wwgfsg,:,,fsf.:.gf,.tfss:g1fgg,fgfgmgpsfxsyfwz.,Lf.fag,.g,f,:,J,g,f1.fwf.fsu:,,fwqff.f.f.f.w.,f, 'sw-'J. MJ., ,.,,,,.,, ,f-,. . .wi-,f...f,,.f,,.,,,,,, .,,, .,. .,,1,,,,,,., ,.,,,d,,U,.5,,,,.,,fws,.,.wp,4f.,.y,,wf,..syy,f,g,gqQf 'MA . , f ,,,-,.,.fe,h, 't""""'f 1-was 0-sv ,..'aQ ,yn , a f te Wmbwff awww , ,,,,. a kv-ff u rg fa 5' awww ' :js--' s3...,:.,.,, , ,QQ '. fs- if " Wi," "' 'r" 1 "W ' V Y ig' H 2.9 -K,s4,,f: 43 .W QN WQGW .pn , , cytfgggvg 'Z 'Wifi' f-'F ' Wk? '- ' " - " , V , :Law 'asa 4 vat. :Q 7 .aff ' .gas A .SU Evandro Ramos Youth for Understanding Iannae Tunnell DAR Award Students excel Evandro B. Ramos, Youth for Understanding exchange student, has been at TJ for six months. When he returns to his home town, Manaus, Brazil, he will complete high school, and graduate in November. Evandro wishes to become a businessman like his father, and his American foster father, L. D. Nutter. Evandro said of America , "lt is a big country with many different customs, but the people are friendly after you know them . " Evandro enjoyed his stay in America and is looking forward to returning some day in the near future. 154 if 22 Jannae Tunnell was one of three Dallas area seniors to win the Daughters of the American Revolution award . lannae was chosen by the faculty to represent Tl on the basis of service , courage, leadership , and patriotism. On the basis of several essays which she wrote concerning the government and patriotism , she was awarded a Good Citizenship medal and certificate . She was awarded this honor at the annual George Washington Tea given by the DAR. H24 9.2 tk Tim Huffman, a senior at TI won a renewable scholarship for football from Notre Dame college in South Bend, Indiana. Tim has been playing varsity football since his junior year, and has won many awards including "All American." Tim is the third "Blue Chipper" in his family. Sk HB 171 Tim Huffman won the Future Homemakers award for his district after he scored the highest on a test. He will go to state , then to National competition where a prize of S15 ,000 is awarded to the most outstanding student of this field. L x k Tim Huffman Notre Dame football scholarship Tim Huffman FHA District award fi Rf Z? 4124 ff? Z 524 A. Q2 In Mem o mam In Memory of T1m Behan The wind blows soft. The wind blows weak. It sings a love song. It kisses a cheek. It passes by but I don't see. I'm wrappedlin feelings contained in me . So what if myyfriend doesn't live anymore? Should I give up life? Should I shut the door? I w1sh he could tell me What it's like to die , I can't do anything. I can only cry. If he were here What would he think was right? He would want us to go on, to live , to fight. So blow soft wind. Blow sweet, blow dear. Blow wind, blow. Dry away our tears. 39 I P -' 1, -' ' . ' -I .- U ' . ,, iff -' Q.: I' " ' 'I'L" 1 - ' f Q if F 11 ff- :sw-1 f- , - . f -'1 Q f22?1z2":L- -25' 'fiii f 1 iz .. - .W . ' ' - - X -131111 ' I f , ' Q fr 13-'fQ'1ESf'g12j,fi-21glgii-it i--13135 fl 51 ' ' f ,. Q, 'fi 5 " - . . - ri. Q I fi g, lliiill?is"??ifEZ21EfE:air-1 V ' . f U " '1 fiftiiiil. I K Q 1 ' I: 7 'zlif-fij. A iii .. ' - ' -- 1 " L . - , ' in I . '- Q , ' " I K 'zl zleilli :ii ': - - . 'fsiizr g 5 f . -15, 'Fifi 9 131 ' '- ' .. . K I f 'f a - 1 l - . I " lit' Dear Thomas Jefferson Students! I want to use the opportunity to thank my parents Cin Germanyb and my foster parents here who made it possible for me to come to the U. S .A . I really enjoyed the stay here , it was a really great experience for me. I made many friends and enrolled in activities at TJ, and it is not so easy to leave them just like that. I will always remember the stay in Dallas. J7f CLU5 Xqrctctf 9 . or-7 4 , I I. an 3 , y XWV- . ,.,,,,-f Klaus in front of his American home. is , A c N .,.w.f-ymrw.. ..rW..,,Wm. Klaus Contributes to TI Klaus Graaf is here at TJ as part of the Youth for Understanding program . His home is in Hamburg, Germany. While in Dallas his foster parents are Mr. and Mrs. Pablo Arminderez. At TJ Klaus is involved in many school activities including the Stage Crew, National Honor Society, and the Student Council. In addition he plays soccer for a Chamber of Commerce team. Klaus' stay in the United States will continue into the summer. Klaus with his foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pablo Arminderez. Relaxing at home W 4 1 I-IO'S HO WHO,S WHO Students are selected for Who's Who on the basis of their outstanding ability and leadership in their particular area . These senior students are chosen by the teachers of the department which they represent. The Document seeks to recognize students for this honor, who might not otherwise receive the recognition they deserve for their scholastic abilities. 25 f x KAREN BELL ANN BRANDENBURG DIANA GOLDSTON BECKY SHERMAN Who's Who Who's Who Journalism French l BRANDON BEECHER Who's Who ROTC SUZIE BRENNAN LINDA LOWE Who's Who DECA 42 ' 'WYE . ti LARRY BYARS Who's Who Outdoor Education 'TW LARRY BYARS Who s Who Industrlal Arts DOUG CRABTREE Who 's Who Drama DOUG CRABTREE Who's Who Art HU'S HO VVHO'S WHO ILENE FEIBEL Who's Who Social Studies DEBBIE GUERRERO Who's Who VOE LAURA HAMMER Who's Who VOE - Insurance Lab SUSAN HAMILTON Who's Who Business .. M f: S. f ,qNa,,wA,.. 6 X Q 4 , W M , V. I fo If S W Q ' if V in ' xg 5. R x N Q, 1 -I 9. I: x K 5 X M ggi x VV ' A fit? 1 V ,J 5 5,,fl 2' ' T3 fi ,-1 ' ' , '-" , f m , "'. W ,lv .,,Mm.4L.., --fl gm Am. -E IILL HGFFMAN Who's Who Speech MIKE HAVARD Who's Who ICT ,wk I Vi E 5324 ',b'I - ' k f' W 5 h MIKE MARGULES , fy? hhh ' h hhkk Who's Who 1 L ,, h IOSE MARTINEZ Who's Who Spanish HO'S H0 WHO'S WHO W , h .. ' " oho QQ ,A.h LONNIE MCCASKILL R, h f A ooooo l o Who's who ,.,, R ' ' I 'f,l Q , 't fi? S iSi ' ., ., , J,. . T A , .,i 1 ,'.k 7 h V ' AW "" SANDRA MCGILBERRY RAYMOND PEREZ Who ' s Who Who's Who Orchestra Homemaking ANTON PIERCE Who's Who Chorus kbyyh ,V f IIM THOMAS Who's Who Band PAUL STEPHEN Who's Who German ED WILSON Who's Who Science IANNAE TUNNELL Who's Who English 1 , i '- .. M es W' ' Q25 y K I SENIUR FAVORITES Iana DeHaven Barry Irvin NOMINEES Tami Apperson Martha Esquivel Kellie Witte David Lawler Tim Short George Stephens h 51 Super Seniors of ,77 PRISCILLA ALANIZ Home Economics Related Organizations: Spirited Class of '77 CATALINA L. ALJASER KEVIN ALTIZER Baseball: Letterman's Club: Tutor JANET L. ANDERSON Senior Class Officer, Trea- surer: T .J . Singers: Liberty Belles, Treasurer: B Honor Roll: Tutor -4llW""" '45"Y"!'u TAMMY APPERSON Student Council Representa- tive: Varsity Cheerleader: Favorite Nominee: DOCU- MENT Beauty Nominee: Homecoming Queen Nomi- nee: B Honor Roll: Woods and Waters Club: Life Lead- ership Trainer: Office Assistant: VOE Insurance Lab DAVID ARISTA Senior Class Officer, Vice- President: Sophomore and Junior Favorite Nominee: REVEILLE Staff, News Edi- tor: Baseball: Letterman's Club: Student Council Rep- resentative: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '77 CYNTHIA I. ASHENHART Orchestra: B Honor Roll: R.O.T.C., Company D, First Sergeant, Drill Team. Stage Color Guard, Flag Bearer, Battalion s-1, Cadet Major: Vocational Office Education WILLIAM C. AYCOCK R.O.T.C. , Company C Commander, Male Drill Team Commander. Battal- ion Executive Officer, Stage Color Guard Com- mander, G Squad 1 f Aren't I gorgeous? MARY E. BAIN B Honor Roll: Track and Field: Office Assistant: Art Service Club: Spirited Class of '77 MICHAEL D. BAKER Track and Field: Football: B Honor Roll: Afro-American Culture Club it :I in-M This end up. SANDRA L . BAKER LARRY BANNER Football: Track and Fieldg Letterman's Clubg Future Homemakers of America KIMBERLY C. EARNHARDT B Honor Roll: T.J. Singers: Art Service Clubg Tutor: Counselors' Assistant: Stu- dent Forum Altemateg Mel- ody Maids: Spirited Class of '77 KAREN A. BARTLING Future Homemakers of America: German Club: Home Economics Coopera- tive Education KIMBERLY K. BALDWIN JAMES W. BARTON B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '7'7g Tutor B Honor Roll: Swim Team L. .fihiil " ..l.l 9 4 , , 1-, 't . 1, !i53g'fYlii:?fEf1eA.. rf 1 , .... r,,,, ., ,l Wu: av , . llffssffxx zmirlf- u tffflsivlll' V. -azzfxfzssslzzfezl '- Stop' Deer crossing. ABEL L. BECERRA Concert Choir: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: T.J. Singers: Stage Crew: Industrial Arts Club: Senior Superlative BRANDON G. BEECHER R.O.T.C., Company Com- mander, Battalion Com- mander, Color Guard Com- mander, Drill Team, Rifle Team: Pan American Club: Spirit Booster Committee TIMOTHY J. BEHAN Football: Woods and Waters Club KAREN D. BELL Quill and Scroll: REVEILLE Staff, Co-Editor: Liberty Belles: Student Forum: T.J. Singers: Junior Achieve- ment: Office Assistant: Red Cross: Library Service Club MICHAEL O. BELL Key Club: Vocational Industrial Clubs of America SHUNDA BELL Afro-American Culture Club LINDA S. BESS Swim Team, Captain. Three Year Letterman: Spirited Class of "1'7: Future Homemakers of America MELONY BESSETTE Liberty Belles, Vice-Presi- dent: Library Service Club: Office Assistant: Vocational Office Education: Senior Advisory Committee Repre- sentative JEFF S. BIGGS Woods and Waters Club, Secretary: Soccerg B Honor Roll: Student Council Alter- nate: Vocational Industrial Clubs of America: Spirited Class of "I'7g Senior Super- lative ROSS E. BIRD Junior Classical Leagueg Concert Choir: CAROUSEL: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: Spirited Class of "'l'7g Orchestra: Latin Club: T.J. Singers: Tutor BRETT K. BISKAMP National Honor Society Key Club, Vice-President A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll Spirited Class of "VT: Tutor I'm special, I blow bubbles through my nose 4658: ELIZABETH A. BITTER DOCUMENT Staff, Organi- zations Editor, Associate Editor: B Honor Roll: Spir- ited Class of '7'7: Art Serv- ice Club: Tutor: Spirit Booster Committee: Scuba Club JANET E. BLACK Red Cross, Treasurer: Cho- ralettes: T.J. Singers: Mel- ody Maids: Harmony: Cen- ter Stage: Clinic Assistant: Lab Assistant: Spirited Class of "7'7: Art Service Club PAMELA A. BLANKENBECKLER Liberty Belles: Future Homemakers of America, President JEFFREY A. BLOODGOOD Junior Achievement: Voca- tional Industrial Clubs of America: C.V.A.E. , Trea- surer THOMAS M. BLOODGOOD Football: Library Service Club: Junior Achievement CHRISTINE M. BONNIE Red Cross, President: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "7'7: French Club: Future Teachers of America: Dis- tributive Education Clubs of America DARYL G. BRADLEY T . J . Singers: Concert Choir: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: National Honor Soci- ety: B Honor Roll L. ANN M. BRANDENBURG Red Cross: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "7'7: French Club, President: Math Club, President: Tutor SUZANNE M. BRENNAN Student Council Representa- tive: Human Relations Committee: Distributive Education Clubs of Amer- ica: Sophomore Favorite Nominee: B Honor Roll: Tennis: Spirited Class of '77, Treasurer: DOCUMENT Beauty Nominee: Senior Advisory Committee: Homecoming Queen Nomi- nee: Senior Superlative Who s down there? MIKE H. BRIDEN R.O.T.C. , B Company Commander, Drill Team SUZAN M. BROWN Spirited Class of "'I'1: Woods and Waters Club: Art Serv- ice Club: Basketball: Dis- tributive Education Clubs of America RONELL G. BURNS Distributive Education Clubs of America: Future Home- makers of America: Spirited Class of "7'7: Home Eco- nomics Cooperative Educa- tion RICK E. BURT Mrs Atom Ant CRAIG CANTRELL MELISSA GARLAND Art Service Club, Trea- surer: Swim Team: Spirited Class of '7'7g Home Eco- nomics Related Organiza- tion, Vice-President KANDIE L. CARPENTER Concert Choir: TJ. Sing- ers: Choralettes: CAR- OUSEL: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: STRANGE BEDFELLOWS: Center Stage: IV Cheer- leaderg Bible Award: B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles, Reporter: Senior Forum Leader: Senior Superlarive PATRICIA R. CARR Red Crossg Spirited Class of "7'7g Tutor MICHAEL B . CEGELSKI L L to . nnns :af ,,l, .,f, fQ'E5f , "Y MLN. o,,.,ft rv 2 N' L. 1 ff! . .1 ' 4 RONALD CERVANTES DORENE E. CHAMLEY R.O.T.C. , Company E, Rifle Team: Spirited Class of '77 ROBERT CHAMPION B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '7'7g Vocational Industrial Clubs of America PAMELA N. CHAUMIER Liberty Belles: Red Cross: B Honor Roll: French Clubg Make-up Crew: Senior Advisory Committee: Future Teachers of America DENISE A. CHAVOYA REVEILLE Staff: B Honor Rollg Spirited Class of "7'7: Vocational Industrial Clubs of America ANN E. Cl-IEATHAM , Sophomore Student Council Representative: Future Homemakers of America: Spirited Class of "VZ: Clinic Assistant: Home Economics Related Organization: Woods and Waters Club SOO CHI ww M Q L .QW 'ing LEVI CHRISS JR Letterman s Club Football Afro American Club Future Homemakers of America vilizillilll WWW DEBORAH L. CHRISTOFFEL Pan American Student Forum: Thespians: THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16: Make-up Crew: Center Stage: B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles: Spanish National Honor Society Ready to be roasted. PAUL G. CLEAVELAND Student Council Representa- tive: Head Varsity Cheer- leader: Junior Favorite Nominee: Office Assistant: Student Forum Committee BEVERLY D. CLEM Future Homemakers Vrce President Make up Crew Center Stage, Spirited Class of '17 Up in the air. Junior Birdman. fi? MELVIN I. CLEMONS Concert Choir: Track and Field: Football: Lettermarrs Club: Afro-American Cul- ture Club STEVEN P. COBB Swim Team, Captain: Let- terman's Club: Spirited Class of '77 LAURA L. COLE Student Council Representa tive: Junior Achievement SANJUANA COMANCHO LINDA I. COOPER Liberty Belles: Field Ecol- DAVIDB' COX OSY Scuba Club CYNTHIA M . CORTI Liberty Belles: B Honor Roll: Counselors' Assistant JOHN T. COSTELLO Student Council Alternate: Red Cross DOUGLAS W. CRABTREE CAROUSEL: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: NIGHT OF JANU- ARY 16: OUR TOWN: STRANGE BEDFELLOWS: DOCUMENT Staff, Photog- rapher: Spirited Class of "'I'7: Art Service Club, His- torlan: German Club, Vice President: Stage Crew: Lighting Crew JOHN W. CRAIG, III Pan American Student Forum: Latin Club: B Honor Roll: Tutor: German Club: Spanish National Honor Society: Vocational Oppor- tunities Club of Texas DAVID A. CRITZER R.O.T.C. , Company B. Commander: Male Drill Team: Rifle Team, Com- mander: Stage Color Guard You want to drink my blood? DAVID S. DAVIS B Honor Roll: Vocational Opportunities Club of Texas ALAN R. CROSSLAND Class of '77 MICHAEL A. CURTIS Key Club: B Honor Roll: Red Cross: Letterman's Club: Soccer: Spirited Class of '77 Key Club: Soccer: Spirited ANTENOR De FERIA IANA B. DeHAVEN Varsity Cheerleader: Favor- ite, Junior and Senior: B Honor Roll: Clinic Assistant: Art Service Club: Red Crow: DOCUMENT Beauty Nomi- nee: Senior Superlative V! r 1 due Cox 66 -Q, X Q, ' Ju-Jxr-1-JN.ci,.QA 32.35, 'fs y N CARLOS DE LA GAR Letterman's Club: Football: Baseball SUZETTE D. De VINEY Spirited Class of "7'7: Tutor CARLA D . DIXON Junior Achievement, Secre- tary: Future Homemakers of America: Red Cross: R.O.T.C. , Company A Executive Officer: Company C, Military Ball Queen: B Honor Roll: Afro-American Culture Club: Spirited Class of "7'7: Art Service Club: Student Forum Alternate. Sa 'QA-2-xiii HOLLY s. DOLFUSS '-5XEcology Club: Future Homemakers of America: Letterman's Club: Swim Team: Red Cross: Make-up Crew: B Honor Roll: Office Assistant: Spirited Class of "'l7: Woods and Waters Club MARINELL G. DORTCH Liberty Belles: National Honor Society: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Red Cross: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE Make-up Crew: Bible Award: Tutor: French Club: Senior Advisory Committee RICHARD L. DOSS Key Club: DOCUMENT Staff, Photographer: REV- EILLE Staff, Photographer: B Honor Roll: Lab Assistant: Spirited Class of '77 EDGAR E. DUARTE Soccer: Human Relations Committee Abt' -n--....., rife KATHLEEN D. DUFFIN Future Homemakers of America: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '77 IANITA DUNLOP REBECCA A. EGELSTON Spanish National Honor Society, President: Pan American Student Forum, Secretary, Treasurer: BYE, BYE. BIRDIE: Concert Choir: Choralettes: T.J. Singers: Red Cross: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "7'7: Student Forum Representa- tive RICHARD EGGLESTON Junior Achievement: R.O.T.C.. Company A, B. and C STACEY M. ELLIOT Student Council Alternate: Center Stage: Distributive Education Clubs of Amer- ica, Secretary: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '7'7: Student Forum Representa- tive: Make-up Crew THOMAS B. ELLIS Letterman's Club: Football: Soccer: Basketball: Base- ball: Center Stage: B Honor Roll: Tutor: Senior Superla- tive MARTHA A. ESQUIVEL Senior Class Officer, Secre- tary: Student Council Rep- resentative: Varsity Cheer- leader: Sophomore and Jun- ior Favorite Nominee: Sophomore Sweetheart Nominee: DOCUMENT Beauty: T.J. Singers: Con- cert Choir: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: National Honor Society: B Honor Roll: Tutor: Senior Superlative P We entrust our minds to them? 'faith SHERREE D. EVANS THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16: Future I-lomemakers of America: Orchestra: Spir- ited Class of "7'7g Tutor MARK E . FAIN VERBENA E. FALKS T.I. Singers: Red Cross: R.O.T.C., Company B: Soccer: Afro-American Culture Club: Spirited Class of '77 EMILY A. FALLIS Liberty Belles: National Honor Society: Volleyball: Letterman's Club: Concert Choir, Treasurer: Choral- ettes, Chaplain: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: OUR TOWN: REV- EILLE Staff, Creative Page Editor: Make-up Crew: B Honor Roll fs,l....1W., X 4. X FHA K NN if X, Wm His X 3 3 W S2 if N ' e b g xg X LYNN FARRIS Vocational Insurance Clubs of America ILENE E. FEIBEL Forensic League- Future Homemakers of America, B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "7'7g Insurance Lab: Tutor 'WEA 7' IOHN E. FIELDS Senior Class Representative: Human Relations Commit- tee: National Honor Soci- ety: BYE, BYE. BIRDIE: Concert Choir: TJ. Sing- ers: Symphonic Band: Marching Band: Concert Band: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Afro-American Cul- ture Club PERRY E. PINNEY Track and Field: Symphonic Band, Marching Band: Con- cert Band: Afro-American Culture Club: Red Cross AARON FLORES JR. Key Club: REVEILLE Staff: Pan American Student Forum: Spirited Class of "T'7: Tutor: Woods and Waters Club: Vocational Insurance Clubs of America RICHARD L. FOREHAND Key Club, Treasurer: B Honor Roll: Soccer: Tutor: Spirited Class of "I"l: Art Service Club: Woods and Waters Club RAY A . FORGE DIRK A. FOSTER Student Council Representa- tive: Key Club, Treasurer: DOCUMENT Staff, Sports Editor: REVEILLE Staff, Sports Writer: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '77 WILLIAM FLORES LARRY FREEMAN KIMBERLY A. FREIS Forensic League: Vocational Insurance Clubs of America: Soccer: Spirited Class of "7'7g Library Service Clubg Tutor ROBBIE N. GADLIN RANDY S. FRYAR RANDY L . GAMESON Letterman's Club: Tennis Spirited Class of '77 LA DONNA G. FULFER Choralettesz T .J. Singers STEVE R. GARRETT Distributive Education Clubs of America WALTER N . FUSSELL LAURA A. GARZA Future Homemakers of Bible Award Americag R. O. T . C . g I Mex- ican American Culture Club 'Ww-W We , :fs V 1 TW ' wh , J Q. awe, , , "WV ' wut M II' I W: ,,..,1r? ' V kkyy V f V ry WE, . ,, , Studying for Miss McLain! ! ' IODY GARVER Senior Superlatives B Honor Roll: REVEILLE Staff, Amusements Editor: Spir- ited Class of, "'l'7: Art Serv- ice Club: Office Assistant KIRK A. GENTRY Spirited Class of '7'7: Dis- tributive Education Clubs of America: V.O.E. Insurance Lab ss Q- - ' V2 X if 'of X -x s I tl f N S Q? .F ll DAVID H. GIGOWSKI Student Council Representa- tive: Ecology Club: Jlmior Favorite: B Honor Roll: Bas- ketball: Football: Baseball: Letterman's Club: Spirited Class of "7'7 CLAIRE E. GOEMANNE Choralettes: T.J. Singers: Concert Choir: National Honor Society: B Honor Roll: Lab Assistant: Counse- lors' Assistant: Spirited Class of '7'7: French Club iq, L.. L. DIANA D. GOLDSTON Choralettes: T.J. Singers: Center Stage: National Honor Society: REVEILLE Staff, Co-Editor: B Honor Roll: Counselors' Assistant: Liberty Belles BURK F. GOLDTHORN Red Cross: Sophomore Favorite Nominee: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Football: Baseball: Letterman's Club: Woods and Waters Club ROBERT B. GONO Math Club: National Honor Society: Key Club: REV- EILLE Staff, Artist: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "77: Tutor: Art Service Club: Student Forum: Senior Superlative VICKI GOODNER Choralettes: B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles, Lieutenant: German Club: Student Forum: Spirit Booster Com- mittee: Human Relations Committee: Vocational Office Education BRENT M. GRAY Key Club: B Honor Roll Spirited Class of '7'Ig Tutor: Senior Advisory Committee JULIE L. HAINLINE Drstributlve Education Clubs of America: T.I. Singersg B Honor Roll, Liberty Belles CYNTHIA GRZEGORZEWICZ Red Cross: Center Stateg R.O.T.C.g Company B and Eg Spirited Class of '7'7g Art Service Club 3. LYNN HAMILTON B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles: Distributive Education Clubs of America DEBBIE A. GUERRERO Spirited Class of '7'7g Office Education Associationg Vocational Office Education Co-op Program JOHNNY GUTIERREZ Pan American Student Forum: Iunior Achievement I can't believe I ate the whole thing SUSAN E. HAMILTON Office Assistantg Spirited Class of "77: Vocational Office Educationg Insurance Lab, Secretary, Treasurer LAURA L. HAMMER Choraletlesz T.J. Singers: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: National Honor Society: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles, Lieutenantg Voca- tional Office Education Lab Q X uuiuu STANLEY W. HAMMOND Red Cross: Track and Fields' Football: Letterman's Club: Afro-American Culture Club KEVIN L. HAROLDSON Distributive Education Clubs of America: R.O.T.C.g Swim Team KATHY HARRIS JAMES HASTY Vocational Insurance Clubs of America: Spirited Class of "7'7 All in favor say "Aye. " MICHAEL R. HAVARD Vocational Insurance Clubs of America: Junior Achievement: Orchestra: Lab Band: Symphonic Band: Concert Band: Marching Band: Make-up Crew: B Honor Roll: All-City Marching Band DEAN HAYDON STEFANI HERNANDEZ Ecology Clubz Future Hornemakers of America: Red Cross: Make-up Crew: B Honor Roll: Swim Team: Letterman's Club: Office Assistamg Spirited Class of '77q Woods and Waters Club JANET E. HICKS Medical Careersg Future Homemakers of Americag Symphonic Bandg Concert Bandg Marching Band: BYE, BYE, BlRDIEi CAROUSEL: B Honor Roll t,A,4n,,ef,V4z4.g,.g,,::1.Q:4.z-f fm aww., .,.,,.. ,W LISA HILLIARD Future Homemakers of America:R.O.T.C.,Corr1- pany A. Color Guard, Drill Team, Rifle Team: Spirited Class of '77 JANET L. HILL B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles: Vocational Office Educa- tion: Office Education Asso- ciation GLEN HILLIARD Track and Field Brian. there isrr't any school today JOAN E. HINMAN National Honor Societyg A Honor Roll: B Honor Rolls Liberty Belles: Spanish National Honor Societyg Art Service Club CHERYL HODGES BARRY R. HINES Symphonic Band: Concert Band: Marching Band: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: CAROUSEL: Student Forum Representa- tive ELAINE T. HINES T.J. Singersg Spirited Class of "77: B Honor Roll What a breakthrough! ! KATHY HODO Junior Achievememg Future Homemakers of America, Treasurer: Red Cross: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Afro-American Culiure Clubg Spirited Class of '77 JILL HOFFMAN THOMAS D . HOPKINS Symphonic Band: Con Bandg Marching Band SCOTT HORNQUIST CSI! This is a holdup! Charm School Flunkies GREG I. HOUGH Future Homemakers of America: Spirited Class of '77 MICHAEL G . HOWELL Soccer: Baseball: Tutor: Spirited Claw of "77: Stu- dent Forum Representative: Office Education Associa- tion Lab: Vocational Office Education TIMOTHY P. HUFFMAN National Honor Society, Secretary: B Honor Roll: Track and Field: Football: Tutor: Counselors' Assistant JANET L. HUNTER Choralettes: T.l. Singers: BYE, BYE. BIRDIE: Spirited Class of '77 BARRY C. IRVIN Student Council Representa- tive: Junior Achievement T.J. Singers: Junior Favor- ite Nominee: Sophomore and Senior Favorite: I Honor Roll: Basketball Track and Field: Letters rnan's Club: Office Assist ant: Spirited Class of '77 Tutor: Citizenship Award SUSAN D. H. JAMES T.J. Singers: Spirited Clas of '77 ANTHONY JENKINS B Honor Roll: Afro-Ameri- can Culture Club KIM JOHNSON Red Cross: Choralettes, Treasurer, Vice President: T.I. Singers: CAROUSEL: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles: Spirit Booster Committee: Student Forum Representative JAMES E. JESSUP SHIRLEY D . JOHNSON B Honor Roll. Soccer, Spir- Future Homemakers of ited Class of "7'7: Tutor America A ROSEANNE M. JIMENEZ Student Council Representa- tive: Pan American Student Forum: Future Homemakers of America: Red Cross, President: Office Assistant: Counselors' Assistant: Spir- ited Class of "7'7: Tutor: Student Forum Representa- tive JULIE A. JOHNSON National Honor Society: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Office Assistant: Spirited Class of "7'7: Tutor: Senior Superlative We got his shirt but where did he go? Oh Donny GERALD W. JONES Junior Achievement: Life Leadership: Key Club: B Honor Roll: Basketball Mgr.: Lab Assistant: Spir- ited Class of '77: Tutor: German Club: Stage Crew JOHN M. JONES M,,,,w-u-N ,aw-ff'-'f" 9,0-lv""""' ,.,aw0"""" .,avF"""" ,tpnvw oh Marie! SAMANTHA R. JONES Student Council Representa- tive: T.J. Singers: Concert Choir, Vice President: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: B Honor Roll: Afro-American Culture Club: Harmony: Spirited Class of '77 VICTOR G. JOSEPH T.J. Singers: BYE, BYE. BIRDIE: R.O.T.C.: B Honor Roll "Hey, look what I found in that 1unchbox!" ALICIA A. IUAREZ Junior Achievement: Future I-lomemakers of America: Office Assistant: Mexican American Club THOMAS E. KANES OUR TOWN: THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16: Center Stage: National Honor Soci- ety: Key Club: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Football: Letterman's Club As you are sliding down the banister of life, think of me as a splin ter . . . JAY C. KINC- LEWIS J. KENNEDY Student Council, Treasurerg Basketball, Baseball, Let Lrfe Leadership, A Honor terman's Club Roll: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of 77 IAMES I-I . KINGSTON ROBERTJ' KEOUGH Orchestra: R.O.T.C., Football Company E, Commander ...S 15355 JAMES L. KLINE Vocational Insurance Clubs of America IAN KOURY WAYNE T. KU National Honor Society: Key Clubq A Honor Rollg B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "77: German Club ANNETTE KUNTZ Future Homemakers of America: Spirited Class of "l'7g Tutorg Vocational Opportunities Clubs of Texas Are they for real? TAMARA S. LaMOTTE Student Council Representa- tive: Choralettesg Concert Choir: CAROUSEL: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: Spirited Class of "7'7: Distributive Educa- tion Clubs of America ADRIAN LANDA Smile' You re on Candid Camera. ' , 'LW DAVID S. LAWLER Soccerg Tennis: REVEILLE Staff, Photographer: Student Council, Representative, Alternate: Key Club: Spir- ited Class of "Tl: Senior Superlative: Senior Favorite Nominee SCOTT W LAWLER B Honor Roll Key Club Soccer Tennis Vvoods and Waters Club Spirited Class of 77 MICHAELA LARGI-INT Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, Vrce President ROGER A . LARSON Awwmfmgrg, ., , A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg p Golf: Woods and Waters WVVVVV l:'l2 ll'T'tx,:Il 7':W 'l'g"'ilt"t1 5 -'-" '-11 2 Club: Tutor: Spirited Class ',h'1 of '77 Swov practices flying . atm... Who? 'R VIRGIL W, LEE A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll, Student Council, Vice Pres- ident: Human Relations Committee: Track and Field: Football: Afro-Amer- ican Culture Club, Presi- dentq Tutor DAVID W. LESLIE Junior Achievementg Orchestra: Lab Band: Sym- phonic Band: Concert Band: Marching Band, BYE, BYE, BIRDIE PHILLIP LONDENBURG LINDA K. LOWE Distributive Education Clubs of America, Presidentg Texas D.E.C.A, Secretary. Treasurer: T.J. Singers, B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '77 RANDY W. LUCHAN BILL R. LUSTER Grand entrance. The thing I ll miss most when I leave T.J. is gettlng up at 5 30 bright and early in order to greet Coach Frost s congenial smile at the pool, just so I may drown under adult supervision. " - Stefani Hernandez RONNIE B. MADDEN Pan American Student Forumg Vocational Indus- trial Clubs of America: Afro-American Culture Club CHRISTOPHER I. MAHONEY Key Club, President: Bas- ketballg Letterman's Club: Spirited Class of '77, Ser- geant at Armsg Vocational Industrial Clubs of America: Spirit Council: Biology Lab Assistant: Art Service Club DEANNA MALCOLM Future Homemakers of America: Patriot Choir: Spirited Class of "7"I The natural look . MIKE A . MARGULES Lab Assistant RHONDA S MARLOW George wins with the Bunny-hop. CLAUDIA L. MANTON Symphonic Band, Librarian: . Marching Band. Librarian: Concert Choir, Secretary: CAROUSEL: BYE, BYE. BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE French Club ROOF: T.J. Singers: French Club: Latin Club: Red Cross GIA J. MARSHELLO Counselors' Assistant: "The most valuable thing I learned at T.J . was ' l . ' ' CHET A. MARDER how to get along with a ot of people Vocational Industrial Clubs ' Anita Stack of America LISA L. MARTIN DOCUMENT Staff, Student Life Editor: REVEILLE Staff: B Honor Roll: Tennis: Spir- ited Class of "VY: T.J. Sing- ers: German Club: Scuba Club MARY T. MARTINEZ Vocational Office Education JOSE L. MARTINEZ. JR. B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "7'7: Pan American Stu- dent Forum: Library Service Club: Tutor: Spanish National Honor Society Says who? TAMMY C. MARVIN Future Homemakers of America: Spirited Class of '77 ANNETTE MASSINGILL Junior Achievement: Center Stage: Track and Field: Office Assistant: Afro- American Culture Club: Spirited Class of "7'7: Voca- tional Office Education JOSEPH C. MATHEWS Football: Letterman's Club GARY S. MAYBEN Vocational Industrial Clubs of America: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '77 LONNIE D. MCCASKILL Distributive Education Clubs of America: Coordinated Vocational Academic Edu- cation, President MICHAEL R. MCCONNELL, Key Club: REVEILLE Staff, Advertising Manager: B Honor Rollp Spirited Class of '77 IILL MCCORMICK Human Relations Commit- tee: Distributive Education Clubs of America, Histo- rian: Choralettes: T.I. Singers: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: Spirited Class of '77 Rome wasn t built in a day "The most valuable thing I learned at T.J . was to be respected. We have a lot of good students in the class of 1977 . " KEVIN M. MCCORMICK Key Club: Spanish Club: Home Economics Coopera- tive Education Kevin Hawk LAURIE C. MCCRARY Student Council, President: Concert Choir: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: OUR TOWN: THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th: Senior Superlative: Choral- ettes: T.I. Singers: Center Stage: National Honor Soci- ety: A Honor Roll: Liberty Belles, Chaplain MELINDA A. MCDADE Red Cross, Secretary. Trea- surer: B Honor Rollg Office Assistant: Spirited Class of '77 Cx Y Who wants gum? 1 -1 SANDRA MCGILBERRY l1U.1I'C HOITIEITIBRCIS Of. merica: B Honor Roll: ational Honor Society KAREN E. MCGUIRE nglish Guild, Secretary- reasurer: Latin Club: Con- ert Choir: T.I. Singers: YE, BYE, BIRDIEQ FIDDLER N THE ROOF: Center tage: National Honor Soci- ty: B Honor Roll: Spirited lass of "7'7: Liberty Belles: rench Club, Treasurer: uture Teachers of Amer- ca. Vice President: Har- nony Shy , aren't they? ,,,.-.-as, J QQ!! V 4' of W, MARK S. McKEE Spirited Class of '77, Woods and Waters Club JOHN T. MCKENNA Key Club: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "7'7: Projectionist PERI K. MECHLER Student Forum Representa- tive: Melody Maids, Secre- tary: T.J. Singers: BYE. BYE, BIRDIE: Thespians: THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th: Center Stage: DOCU- MENT Beauty: Homecoming Queen Nominee: B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles: Office Education Association ALLISON J. MILLER Library Service Club: Orchestra: Marching Band: R.O.T.C.: German Club JAMES R. MILLER Student Council Representa- tive: Junior Achievement: Key Club: B Honor Roll: Tennis: Letterman's Club: Lab Assistant: Spirited Class of "77: Tutor RUTH A. MILLIGAN Future I-Iomemakers of America: B Honor Roll: Track and Field: Counse- lors' Assistant: Spirited Class of "77: Tutor CARMELIA D. MITCHELL B Honor Roll: Future Home- makers of America, Secre- tary: Office Assistant: Afro- American Culture Club, Treasurer: Spirited Class of '77, Group Leader: REV- EILLE Staff, Advertising Sales DAVID N . MITCHELL Junior Achievement: Bas- ketball: Track and Field: Letterman's Clubg Afro- American Culture Club, President: REVEILLE Staff DEBRA L. MONTGOMERY Future Homemakers of America: Spirited Class of '7'7: Art Service Club SHIRLEY L. MORRIS Future Homemakers of America: Afro-American Culture Club: Spirited Class of '77 JEAN M . MORSCI-IECK Choralettesg Melody Maids: T.J. Singers: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '77 I TOM J. MUIR WILLIE MORRIS B Honor Roll: Swim Team, Track and Fieldg Afro- Captain: Letterman's Club: American Culture Club Key Club: Spirited Class of il 5 , T . I. Fighting Patriots CINDY M . MULDER Futllfe Horvimakcrs Qf REVEILLE staff, Sports Edi- Americag Spirited Class of "7"Ig Art Service Club HUGH D. MURPHY tor: B Honor Roll DESMOND H. MYINT l MICHELLE M. MULLINS B Honor Rollg Spirited Class 1. Spirited Class of"7'7 of '7'7g Woods and Waters Club: Tutor I 4 ..- "The most valuable thing I learned at T.J. was ro get along with people - or life - you really have to be willing to give of yourself, even to the point of placing your neck on the guillotine blade . l've learned the rewards of a risk. " - Laurie McCrary .M G Keep on singing . JEFFREY A. NELSON IULIE A. NELSON L DEARAL Y. NEWTGN Future Homemakers of Americaq Red Crossg R.O.T.C., Sh. 1 Class: Afro-American Culture Clubg Spirited Class of '77 "The most valuable thing I learned at T.J. was that life is filled with different kinds of people and you sure can't avoid it, so I learned to love them all for what they are . " - Peri Mechler ROBERT S. NEWTON B Honor Roll: Baseball: Let- terman's Club: Spirited Class of "7'7g Tutor Yum, yum, 631 'em CATHERINE LeVAN NGOC JEFFERY L. NICKOLAS RUTH T. NGUYEN Science Club JAMES A. NUNEZ B Honor Roll: Woods and Waters Club il.. 'if Our luxurious lunchroom A BRUCE W. NUTTER Distributive Education Clubs of America DORIS C OBERNDORFER Ecology Club Symphonic Band Concert Band March ing Band- Band Staff- Cho- ralettes: T.J. Singers- Mel- ody Maids' BY BYE BIRDIE Property Commit- tee. Co-Chairman: B Honor Rollg German Club "If I could give the Juniors any piece of advice, it would be to set their goals and strive toward them . And to always remember 'to live their own lives for they will die their own deaths. ' " - Janet Hunter LISA J. OETTING B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles, Secretary: T.J. Singersg Office Education Association, President IRENE OROZCO R.O.T.C.. B Company Sponsor, B Company 1st Sergeant: B Honor Roll: Vocational Office Education SANDRA ORTEGA THERESA H. OWENS Future Homemakers of America THERESE C. PANGBURN REVEILLE Staff, Feature Editor, Reporter: B Honor Roll: T.l. Singers: Clinic Assistant: Spirited Clam of "VY: Quill and Scroll MARTHA ORTIZ B Honor Roll: French Club: Pan American Student Forum: Spirited Class of "7'7g Office Assistant CECIL R. OWENS B Honor Roll: Afro-Ameri- can Culture Club: Spirited Class of '77 DONALD E. PARKER Symphonic Marching Band, Manager: Concert Choir: Band: B Honor Roll: Tutor: German Club: Vocational Office Education, Vice President JILL L. PARRY Distributive Education Clubs of America, Officer, Reporter: B Honor Roll: Red Cross: Spirited Class of '7'7: Senior Advisory Committee: Future Homemakers of America LISA Y. PAYNE DOCUMENT Staff, Photog- rapher: B Honor Roll: REV- EILLE Staff, Contributing Photographer: Spirited Class of "77g French Club YVETTE PELKY Marching Band: Basketball: Soccer: Clinic Assistant: French Club Alan rs all hands GREGORY PENNY Track and Field: Afro- American Culture Club THOMAS D. PEREZ Spirited Class of "77: Home Economics Related Organi- zation: Home Economics Co-operative Education RAYMOND PEREZ All-City Orchestra: All- Regional Orchestra: All- State Orchestra: B Honor Roll: Concert Band: Orches- tra: CAROUSEL: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th: Pan Ameri- can Student Forum PHILLIP A. PFEIL Home Economics Co-opera- tive Education: Home Eco- nomics Related Organiza- tions, Treasurer "The thing I'll miss most when I leave T.J. are knowing the faces I see in the hall, having friends that seem to be everywhere I go around the school, and being a small enough piece to be able to get involved and make a difference. - Karen Bell PAULA V. PHILLIPS Future Homemakers of Americag R.O.T.C. ANTON G. PIERCE National Honor Societyg B Honor Rollg CAROUSEL: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE ROOFg Concert Choirg Harmony: OUR TOWN: THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th: STRANGE BEDFELLOWS: Center Stageg All-Regional Choir: A11- State Choirg U.I.L. One Act Plays SALLY A. PIERRE Liberty Belles, Lieutenant: Vocational Office Educa- tion: Junior Varsity Cheer- leader MITCHELL D. PLOCEK ANN D. FOLK Future Hotnemakers of America: Basketballg Afro- American Culture Club: Spirited Class of "7'7: Vol- Ieyball . M, , . x "If I could give the Juniors any piece of advice, it would be to have fun but don't get caught." Janet Solomon She had blue eyes, blonde hair . . SHERRY L. PUCKETT D1str1but1ve Education Clubs of America: Spirited Class of '77 A TAMI I. PORTER JAMES R. POWELL '1'.J. totem pole. "The thing I will miss most when I leave TI will be all of the friends that I will lose contact with during the years . " DAVID B. QUEEN Distributive Education Clubs of America: Iunior Achievement: REVEILLE Staff: Woods and Waters Club Doris Oberndorfer Mary Lou, you wanna go to the barn dance? GUY A. QUOTA JOYCE J. RAMBONNET B Honor Roll: Future Home- makers of America: Office Assistant: Spirited Class of "7'7: Tutor: Woods and Waters Club: Senior Advi- sory Committee ELIZABETH B. RANDAL Junior Achievement: Cho- ralettes: T.J. Singers: Con- cert Choir: REVEILLE Staff: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '77 BRENDA L. RANSOM National Honor Society: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Marching Band, Feature Twirler: Concert Band: Symphonic Band ALYCE V. REED Iunior Achievement: Spir- ited Class of "7'7: Art Serv- ice Club: French Club l VALERIE S. REEVES Lfennis l 7 MARIETTE RHYNE unior Achievement: Future omemakers of America: ed Cross: Choralettes: T.l. ingers: Melody Maids: B onor Roll: Afro-American ulture Club: Spirited Class f "7'7: Tutor HARLOTTE RICHARDSON tudent Council Alternate: Honor Roll: Future Home- akers of America: Afro- merican Culture Club: linic Assistant: Volleyball Look Mom, no hands! ERNETTE ROBERTS Junior Achievement: Red Cross: B Honor Roll: Office Assistant: Afro-American Culture Club: Spirited Class of '77 "If I could give the Juniors any piece of advice, it would be to go to all the senior projects and to help in all of them because you will never pass this way again. " - Mariette Rhyne The most valuable thing I learned at TJ is that memories can be friends or they can take you to places you never thought you d be again. " - Suzanne Van Note PAULINE R. ROEDER B Honor Roll: Distributive Education Clubs of Amer- ica, Historiang Spirited Class of "7"Ig Tutorg Student Forum Leader BELINDA RODRIGUEZ Soccer: Spirited Class of "7'7: Mexican American Culture Club DONALD S. RODRIGUEZ Future Homemakers of America ROY P. RODRIGUEZ Future Homemakers of America: Baseballg Counse- lors' Assistant: Tutorg Mexi- can American Culture Club DANIEL I. ROGERS Student Council Alternate: Baseball: Letterman's Club: Mexican American Culture Club Don't tell me guys don t gossip As.. TAMMYE ROSE Concert Choir: T.I. Sing- ers: Choralettes: B Honor Roll: Afro-American Cul- ture Club: Spirited Class of "7'7: Future Homemakers of America: Future Teachers of America ISAAC A. ROUSSO Pan American Student Forum, Treasurer: Medical Careers: Library Service Club, President: Red Cross, Vice-President: THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th: Center Stage: Key Club: Spirited Class of '7'7: Tutor si N- -I, N .X 9 if 4 Z X xt A K 1 S s S Y gi' i I Lunchroom beauties "If I could give the Juniors any piece of advice, it would be to make the best of your Senior year - it goes by too fast." GERALD N. ROZIER Baseball Manager: Football Manager: R. O. T. C. , Drill Team MELISSA RUSSELL Varsity Cheerleader: B Honor Roll: Swim Team: Letterman's Club: Library Service Club: Office Assist- ant JULIE E. SALKELD B Honor Roll: Counselors' Assistant: Spirited Class of "7'7 I0 7 If I could give the Juniors any piece of advice, it would be to live up your Senior year. " - Jay King SARA SANCHEZ Future Homemakers of America: R.O.T.C.: B HonorRo11 K SNK -,,,k X Am t she cute? we .3-m IACK SAPOZNIKOV Pan American Student Forum: Library Service Club: Spirited Class of '77 ALICE SAUCEDO Future Homemakers of America: R.O.T.C., E Company, Female Drill Team Company. Stage Color Guard: Spirited Class of "7'I PEGGY A. SCHIES Marching Band, Drum Majoretteg A Honor Roll: National Honor Society: Concert Band: Symphonic Band: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: National Spanish Honor Society, Secretary: Spirit Booster Committee: Pan American Student Forum: Ecology Club CAROL A. SCI-IOENTHAL Home Economics Related Organization. President: Home Economics Co-opera- tive Education: Spirited Class of "7'7: Red Cross 5 C Q1 A az. 'P ,.-P71522 -f.,ff,M.,, ,sm , 'Zigi ii 5 JULIE C. SCHUESSLER Melody Maids, President: Liberty Belles: Human Rela- tions Committee: Red Crossg BYE, BYE, BIRDIE KARL E. SCHWARZ National Honor Society. Treasurer: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Tennis: Lab Assistant: Spirited Class of A well balanced meal. RANDY B. SCOTT MARC L. SEGUIN Footballg Soccer: Red Cross "The most valuable thing I learned at TJ was that no one person is better than any other person, and that people need each other. CLARK R. SHELL T.J. Singers: Future Home- makers of America Jean Morscheck REBECCA A. SHERMAN B Honor Rollg French Club. Secretary: Tutorg Spirited Class of "7'7g Future Home- makers of America 1 4 F w 1 ROBIN L. SHERMAN Y Latin Club: Spirited Class o. "7'7g French Club 1 Alleluia ! MELISSA L. SHIPMAN arsity Cheerleader: Track nd Field: Counselors' ssistant: Spirit Booster ommittee TIM D. SHORT tudent Council Representa- veg Varsity Cheerleader: B onor Roll: Concert Choirg wim Team: Track and ieldg Woods and Waters lub: Library Service Club: enior Superlative 'R ,gts L V K kV..., I confess Kandie did it. "If I could give the Juniors any piece of advice, it would be to not hold anything against anybody, you don't know when they will be gone. " - Linda White MECHELLE T . SIMMONS Spirited Class of "7'7: Future Homemakers of America KIMBERLY SKELTON Spirited Class of '77 ALMA SMITH B Honor Rollg Distributive Education Clubs of Amer- icag Library Assistamg Spir- ited Class of "7'7: Future Homemakers of Americag Future Teachers of America CYNTHIA A. SMITH Spirited Class of "7'lg Future Homemakers of America KENNETH SMITH Student Council Alternate: Distributive Education Clubs of America: Afro-American Culture Club: Tutor "The thing l'11 miss most about T .J. is the unity the Seniors have had this year in all the goals they met, failed, and accomplished. I don't think you can find this togetherness anywhere else. " - Lisa Martin 5 PATRICK A. SMITH Junior Achievement: Future Homemakers of America: Symphonic Band: Concert Choirg Marching Band PAULA D. SMITH Choralettes: Melody Maids: T.I. Singers: Center Stage: Spirited Class of '77 wg! new Huy! We're ready to go out, now if someone would ask us ,ff T .I. tight rope walking team. ,',,f' 1W ,. . 5 lr, V1 -: , V1 .,, , : Z A f' 'G ' 2396 the L 'L , 'E X , f rf L, , ff 1 'QQ 43169 Q aff 5 agw 1 f M i aa, . vi KEUN H. SOK JANET L. SOLOMON Center Stage: Choralettesc Melody Maids: T.I. Sing- ers: Spirited Class of '77 Senior Advisory Committee STRANGE BEDFELLOWS "If I could give the Juniors any piece of advice, it would be to have as much fun as you can while your friends are near." - Paula Smith ANGEL L. SOTO Red Cross: Spirited Class of "7'7: Future Homemakers of America LAURA K. SPANN Student Council, Secretary, Sophomore Representative: Liberty Belles, Chaplain: National Honor Society: Girls' State Representative: Concert Choir, President: Harmony: Choralettes: BYE. BYE, BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: Center Stage, Treasurer: OUR TOWN: STRANGE BEDFELLOWS SCOTT I. SPARKS Spirited Class of '77, Vice- Presidentg Baseballg Student Forum Representative KAREN N. SPEED Future Homemakers of America: B Honor Roll: Clinic Assistantg Lab Assist- antg Spirited Class of "7'7q Home Economics Coopera- tive Education A si-S SUZANNE L. SPENCER Future Homemakers of Americag Lab Assistantg Spirited Class of '77 M ,ue ..,. -H495 3. ANITA R. STECK Distributive Education Clubs of America: B Honor Roll: Office Assistant: Spirited Class of "VY: Art Service Club BARTON K. STEPHENS Junior Achievement: T.J. Singers: Concert Choir: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF GEORGE S. STEPHENS Senior Class Officer, Presi- dent: TJ. Singers: Concert Choir: Spirited Class of "7'7, President: German Club, President: Tutor PAUL E. STEPHENS National Honor Society: Vice President: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Lab Assistant: Spirited Class of '7'7: German Club 4 . XR? LISA C. STEWART Liberty Belles: Choralettes: Concert Choir: BYE, BYE. BIRDIE: Bible Award The most valuable thing I learned at TI was that, even after the busing, the ninth graders moving in, all different ages, ethnic groups, and personalities: we've come to love each other, and care for each other, and come together to make one great school. - Michele Tindall 5 KARRIE L. STOVALL B Honor Rollg Tutorg Spir- ited Class of "7'7: Office Assistant For a lasting hold . . JAMES M. STRONG DIANA F. STUART Future I-Iomemakers of America: Basketball: Afro- American Culture Club: Volleyball HOLLY I. SWEETEN Future Homemakers of America: B Honor Rollg Spirited Class of "7'7: Life Leadership Trainer The most valuable thing that I learned at TJ was that there are many things to be learned in the xworld, and all of them are worth at least finding - Becky Sherman SCOTT E. SWOVERLAND B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "7'7: Woods and Waters Club: Student Forum Repre- sentative ROBERT V. TAMURA Vocational Insurance Clubs of Americag Spirited Class of "7'7 NANCY D. TAPLER Liberty Belles: B Honor Roll: T.l. Singers: Spirit Booster Committee WILLIAM TAPLER JAMES K. THOMAS All-City Band: All-City Orchestrag All-State Band: All-State Orchestra: All- Region Bandg All-Region Orchestrag BYE. BYE, BIRDIEq CAROUSEEq A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll KIMBERLY THOMAS Junior Achievement: B Honor Roll: Office Assistant: Clinic Assistant: Spirited Class of '7'7g Vocational Office Education, President "When I leave TI I will miss, the friends that I love, and the people that I wish I could have been friends with, and will never have the chance to meet . ' ' - Sherree Evans DUNCAN E. THOMPSON Future Homemakers of America: B Honor Roll: Track and Field: Footballg Letterman's Clubg Afro- American Culture Club IENE THOMPSON ZACHARY S. THOMPSON can Culture Club B Honor Roll: Football: Let- terman's Club, Afro-Ameri- Say baby, what s happening? MICHELE A. TINDALL Liberty Belles: Concert Choir: T.I. Singers: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: STRANGE BED- FELLOWSQ National Honor Society: A Honor Roll: B Honor Rollg German Club. Vice President, Secretary- Treasurer LYDIA S. TOMLINSON Pan American Student Forum: Distributive Educa- tion Clubs of Americag R.O.T.C. Company B and Eg Tutorg Spanish National Honor Society: Mexican- American Culture Clubg Future Teachers of America Say Rat, where'd ya get the earrings? .f ine X.. i p 'i TANYA K. TYLER Distributive Education Clubs I V of America, Treasurer: I Concert Choir: BYE, BYE, Q .s,,,..,.,... JOHN R. TUMINELLO BIRDIEQ National Honor . I Society: A Honor Roll: B f f Honor Roll: Office Assistant: L i Azh R" -'f. I Spirited Class of "7'7, Sec- X , retary: Tutor Ke, .5 5 Q sw .sz as .sy . s 1. - IANNAE L. TUNNELL 93 National Honor Society. President: DOCUMENT Staff, Senior Class Co-Edi- tor: Red Cross: Melody Maids: REVEILLE Staff: A Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "7'7: Woods and Waters Club "When I leave TI l will miss the closeness of my friends, and knowing that you can count on them everyday. I arn glad that I met a lot of people at school, because a lot of people that I met became close friends of mine." in WN - Claire Goemanne t I 'ii f cm. I g a ? -':' . 6.34 ,. 9 "If I could give the Juniors any piece of advice , it would be to seek to broaden yourself, by acquiring a knowledge of anything, and everything - you'll be a more interesting person, not only to others, but to yourself as well. - Karen McGuire CAROL A . UNDERWOOD R.O.T.C., Company A, Color Guard MARIA M. VACA Future Homemakers of America: R.O.T.C. SUZANNE L. VAN NOTE Red Cross: Choralettes, Treasurer: T.I. Singers: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: Spirited Class of "7'7g Tutor: German Club Doggy-Bas MANUEL D. VASQUEZ Pan American Student Forumg Spirited Class of '7'7g Tutor: Spanish National Honor Society RANDY VITOVSKY 1 f.f.. an ,, fu : N wig r s Q Sq , Q Hey Mike, look what just walked in! I CHERYL L. VUILLEUMIER DOCUMENT Staff, Senior Class Co-Editor: THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of f'7'7g REVEILLE Staff: Stu- dent Forum Representative: Tutor NANCY A. WAGNER Future Homemakers of America: Red Cross: Make- up Crew: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "l'7: Home Economics Cooperative Education: Stu- dent Forum Representative: Senior Advisory Committee 1: 11 -a X Qxcrml LYNN R. WADDELL JERRY L. WARD Junior Achievement: Tutor wr KAREN I. WATKINS Future Homemakers of America: T.J. Singers: B Honor Roll: Liberty Belles MINDY E. WAXLER Distributive Education Clubs of America: Junior Achievernentg Future Homemakers of America l Leave me alone DAVID C. WEBB Spirited Class of "7'7 MARY H WEBER Distrrbutrve Educat1on Clubs of America, Parliamenta- rian: Future I-lomemakers of Americag T.l. Singersg B Honor Roll: Basketball: Spirited Class of "7'lg Ger- man Club SHERYL WEEK Swim Teamg Tennis: Let- terman's Club: B Honor Rollg Office Assistant: Lib- erty Belles: Spirited Class of "7'7g Woods and Waters Clubg Scuba Club DIANA H . WEISE Liberty Bellesg Library Serv- ice Club: B Honor Roll: Ger- man Club: Vocationa Office Education ROSANNA M . WEISER B Honor Rollg Spirited Class of '7'7g Home Economics Cooperative Education 1 if If V' r f V47 Q DAVID WHITE Art Service Club: Home may V, Economics Cooperative 'Y 1464- 92 f f - ' , f' " P .I t 1- ':, fgfy, 4 'Hu 'iff-4 QWri7.Q"ifvi'7 . Q x it K , ,Wa 1 M A0 'fr Education LINDA F. WHITE DOCUMENT Staff, Editor- in-Chief, Sophomore Class Editor: Red Cross, Secre- tary, Treasurer: Make-up Crewg A Honor Rollg B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of "I'7g Woods and Waters Club: Booster Committee Sit on it! is i fx 'WSI' 1 x i . ,, , -155 BRADLEY C. WIGGINS Concert Chou SUSANF WIGGINS Future Homemakers f America- B Honor Roll THOMAS M . WHITE WALTER P. WIEGEL Football: Baseball: Letter- man's Clubg Spirited Class of '7'7q Woods and Waters Club DEBORAH WILLIAMS Library Service Club: Cen- ter Stage: B Honor Roll: Clinic Assistant: Spirited Class of '77 EDWARD P. WILSON Science Club: National Honor Society: Key Club: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '7'l: Tutor KELLIE L. WITTE Student Council Representa- tive: Choralettes: T.J. Singers: Concert Choir: Varsity Cheerleader: Junior Favorite Nominee: Home- coming Queen Nominee: B Honor Roll: Counselors' Assistant TAMMY WOOD PRISCILLA R. WOODSON Orchestra: CAROUSELQ BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: B Honor Roll: Spirited Class of '77 KAREN D. WYLES Liberty Belles. Lieutenant: Choralettes: T.J. Singers: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: National Honor Society: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll MARY J. YAGER Vocational Insurance Clubs of America: Future Home- makers of America: Spirited Class of '77 ELIZABETH G. YOUNG Pan American Student Forum: Concert Choir: BYE, BYE, BIRDIE: Spirited Class of '77: B Honor Roll: Student Forum Representative: Tutor PHYLLIS K. YOUNG Junior Achievement: Future Homemakers of Americag B Honor Roll: Afro-American Culture Clubg Spirited Class of '77 LINDA L. YOUNGBERG Spirited Class of '77 MARK E. ZAK Future I-Iomemakers of Americag Distributive Edu- cation Clubs of America TAMMY L. ZIPPER Distributive Education Clubs of Americag Spirited Class of '77 SOPHIE L. ZITAGLIO National Honor Society: Honor Rollg Office Assistar Spirited Class of "7'7g Tutc Insurance Lab This is only the beginning . . . CHARLES R. ALEXANDER SERGIO A. ALVARADO LAMONT D. ANDERSON ELLIS BAKER BURT BARR JOHNNY BARRETT BOBBY K. BARTON PEGGY J. BEDINGFIELD ALFONSO M. BENIVIDAS r ROSALINDA BERNAL ELAINE F. BLANTON MICHAEL w. BOYKIN DANNY R. BROWN . FRANK P. BRUCE .PEDRO A. CAEALLERO CURTIS w. CARO YDOUGLAS R. CARTER PEDRO CASTANO JSYLVIA D. CASTLE RICHARD A. CHOOKAS JCURTIS C. CLARK SHARON CLEWIS QCALVIN COIT STEPHEN F. COLE JAMES D. COLLINS JAMES R. COVEY IKEVIN P. CRANE ALFRED C. DOCTOR KEVIN P. DONAHOE IPAUL A. DUNTON IMERILYN D. EASTER IDAVID T. ELDRIDGE MARY J. EMERSON IWENDY K. ENGLISH HENRY C. ESCOBEDO RUTHIE I. ESTES ANTHONY EVANS EDWIN R. FILGO MANUEL z. FLORESCA JOSEPH D. FORD RICKEY R. FOWLER RODALFO GARCIA ROBERTA L. GARY I DEBBIE L. GAYTAN KENNETH GILES MICHAEL E. GILZEAN KIMBERLY N . GLEMSER ANTONIA GONZALAS TERRY W. GONZALAS LARRY D. GRISHAM YOLANDA GUZMAN FANNITA HALL RICHARD J. HARTFIELD CONRAD HERNANDEZ DAVID L. HILL JULIE B. HOLMAN DWIGHT D. HOLT BRIAN R. HUNTLEY CAROL P. HURD LASANDRA HURD CURTIS L. JEFFERSON DONALD W. JEFFERSON LAURIE K. JEWELL RODGER H. JIMENEZ CLAUDINE JONES KEELEY C. KEENAN DANNY KENNEDY MITCHELL R. KING ALBERT KONOVALSKI DAVID E. KUTSCHER DAVID D. LARSON LORETTA R. LATIMER DAVID R. LEMASTER CRAIG A. LESLIE JANE LEWIS JANIS LEWIS JONATHAN D. MARRS LISA M. MARSHELLO ALEXANDER MATSIS STEVEN E. MCCAULEY TONYA F . MCCLANAHAN JAMES W. MCCORMICK MARIO A. MESSINA RANDY R. MIDDLETON FREDERICK C. MILLER DAVID MITZKOWSKI CAROL MOLINA NEIL C. MORGAN KENNETH W . MORRIS LARRY J . MORRIS LARRY E. MURPHY JAMES M. OLIVARES JOE OLIVO MARGARET LONG JAMES C. PEARCE BARNEY PHILLIPS DOUGLAS D. PHILLIPS SHARON C. POMEROY BILLY M. PORTER DAVID S. PURO MARK S. RAFKIN MORRIS W. REDDIC GRADY A. REED ERNEST REYES DONDI RHONE ADRINE RIVERS SHERRI ROBERSON JAVIER O. RODRIGUEZ JESSIE J. ROJAS DAVID B. ROSS MARK K. SANDOVAL BRIAN K. SHEAR CHARLES V. SHERRILL RICHARD D. SNYDER ROBERT E. STOUT BRIAN G. TAYLOR SCOTT A. THEVENET KENNETH W. THOMPSON SAMMY VELOZ STEVEN L. WEBSTER CHARLES E. 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' J ' H' oA,51f',f V 'J .c, X 15" , , J ff I ,P H ' X .'-'X 5 , ' f f X ""' L, A 4 -,1lL.+5,,' ' 4 fr ,O 3 4, V , fx X W 162 1 Student Council Leads Activities The TJ Student Council is a group activities during the school year. of representatives elected by their This year the Student Council fellow students. The Student purchased a mascot and donated it Council holds weekly meetings to the school. A mascot committee where they discuss current school was formed with Jay King, Chris issues and provide solutions for Mahoney, and Phillip Paramore to school problems. The student body provide care for the mascot. Other is informed on the progress of the activities made possible for the Council as they continually strive to school, were a Howdy Picnic, change things for the better. after-game dances, Homecoming The Student Council was Dance , 50's Day, Western Day, and responsible for many of TJ's intramurals. PATRIOT MASCOT FRONT ROW: Cleft to righty, Laura Spann, Virgil Lee. Laurie McCrary, Jay King. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Belinda Lowe, sponsor: Debbie son, Linda Margules, Martha Esquivel, Kellie Witte, Tami Apperson, Un Kyung Park, Tami Chadick, Mr. Ricardo Hidalgo, sponsor. ROW: Maureen Matthews. Kathy Fisher, Iacquie Bradley, Rhonda Morgan, Kristi Kendrick, Kim Hall, Anne Holman, Lorre Epstein Harriet McGee. FOURTH ROW: Phillip Paramore, Sharon Kissner, Joyce Howard, Lori Corti, Teresa McCormick, Liz Swenholt, Yeilding. FIFTH ROW: Andrae Rhyne, Mike Fisher, Samantha Jones, Russell Harper. David Arista, Tony Wallace , " . " 2:65. Cleft to nghtj, V11'g11 Lee vxce PI6S1d6l'Il, Laura Spann, secretary, Iay Kmg, PRESIDENT: Laurie McCrary HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE I6 Student Council Visits Ma or Bob Folsom K, 1.0.5, W, w- al. f Student Council President Laurie McCrary with Mayor Bob Folsom JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Honorary Member Klaus Graaf, Susan Hegmann, Cindy Yeilding, Teresa McCormick, Joyce Howard, Mayor Bob Folsom. SECOND ROW: Tony Wallace, Russell Harper, Janet Riddles, Jack Weaverling, Andrae Rhyne OA MEMBERS OF THOMAS IEFFERSON'S 1976-1977 STUDENT COUNCIL vm MORE REPRESENTATIVES, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES, FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Mr Baker, Lorre Epstein, Anne Holman. Kim Hall, Kriste Ken- Hidalgo, Jacquie Bradley, Maureen Matthews, Un Kyung Park Lori Corti. SECOND ROW: Bret Johnston, Ben Stephens, Liz Kathy Fisher. SECOND ROW: Linda Margules, Sharon Kissner lt, Mayor Bob Folsom , Rhonda Morgan Mayor Bob Folsom, Debbie Jackson, Tami Chadick f . ,, f, , 1 , , , x V : ' ,lj .1 x., ' 1, -t.. , n 'I' -R-jg, Q ' L' ,Q Poly N f V , I . . ' 'W' ff 4 J f' ,wi Q X .X , , , -' 1- ff -a fm ..,.., ,. Y - , V 5 , ' J -I f ' , f , . , f an ,to I VL- -, Q, gy A 1- ,fs ,,, f- ts'--, V-a,e,.,.--..-nf. ow,-,af W- I Q ,,:,,,L,,4, f X 4 - X, , ,, ,f h, X , , - , , , . , - 1 , ,,- in ,, f Y dx If H" ,QL rv I fx a.i,fLf:Q,f1X --ZiAJQ7CI:Ql'x, 'KL' ' tif' I"Cg41'3 Of'-9' Kalffffflf 1fEg1Li"a!Ch"i"" - L' Lk 2 jig"":Y3 x'L"NVL'A'XJQ!Ax Q EAAIYX ' Lkg' if S 'xi ' A ' Q , , J, , , 2 ak QL f' " I 168 SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Barry Irvin, Paul Cleaveland, David Arista. David Lawler. SECOND ROW: Samantha Jones, Martha Esquivel, Kellie Witte. THIRD ROW: Tami Apperson, Suzie Brennan JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: FRONT ROW: Cleft to righty, Andrae Rhyne, Jack Weaverling, Mike Fisher, Klaus Graaf, Russell Har- per. SECOND ROW: Cindy Yeilding, Teresa McCormick, Susan Hegmann, Joyce Howard SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: FRONT ROW: Qleft to rightl. .Kim Hall, Kristi Kendrick, Jody Baker. SECOND ROW: Liz Swen- holt, Rhonda Morgan. THIRD ROW: Anne Holman FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES: FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Kathy Fisher. Phillip Paramore, Debbie Jackson. SECOND ROW: Linda Margules, Tami Chaddick Peanut Butter Cups were sold by all members of the Student as a money raising project. Profits were used to help dances after football games and Homecoming. This year the Student Council provided a special service for the student body by selling mums for the Homecoming game. 16 Document Staff EDITOR: Linda White ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Bunny Bitter EDITOR: Linda White ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Bunny Bitter STUDENT LIFE: Lisa Martin SENIOR CLASS: Jannae Tunnell Cheryl Vuilleumier JUNIOR CLASS: Cindy Yeilding SOPHOMORE CLASS: Ioyce Howard FRESI-IMAN CLASS: Cindy Everett ORGANIZATIONS: Jeanne McGee Diana Nelson SPORTS: Ianet Riddles Ted Stacy MILITARY: Ann Kirby FACULTY: Denise Lowry ADVERTISING: Loy Evans Donny Strain BUSINESS AND INDEX Donna Chisholm PHOTOGRAPHERS: Paul DeDoes Ricky Doss Lisa Payne DOCUME T AWARD Every year a few students are chosen to receive the DOCUMENT Award , in accordance with the tradition established with the publication of the first DOCUMENT. These staff members not only show outstanding performance in their own staff duties, but also unselfishly give their services to others on the staff. This recognition goes to a group of students who successfully carry on the tradition of presenting a book in the standard of excellence begun by the first DOCUMENT staff. 1977 Bunny Bitter Cindy Everett Jeanne McGee Ted Stacy Ricky Doss Lisa Martin Lisa Payne Linda White Loy Evans 1976 1975 1974 1973 Janet Baum DeAnn Bauer Barbara Eisenkraft Karen Cortell Brad Billman Patty Brown Julie Hutchings Jo Edwards Carla Cotter Carol Compton Debbie Diaz Alan Hemmingson Kathy Harper Becky Matthews Denise Naquin Norma Shine 1972 Michell Barr Judy Maehr David McC1eskey Raul Oteiza Mary Rose Ploch Susie Rosenfield 1968 Lynette Farr Carrie Genarlsky Sharon Peek Laura Reich Helen Waldrof Brooke Williams Ken Williams Jay Wimberly Mary Curliss Julie Hutchings Betsy Lord Darlene Merz Teresa Zitaglio 1971 Carol Kucera Raul Oteiza Laurie Wagner Sunny Waldrof Warren Wright 1967 David Barr Darla Blatnik Maureen Ingram Tom Kaut Ray Petty Terrie Seltzer Janet Smith Barbara Wunsch JoAnna Kennedy Darlene Merz Tina Stacy 1970 Nina Cortell Kathy Duke Jan Howell Kathy McShane Brad Newton Byron Potter Linda Sweeney Rauly Williams Rick Wyman 1966 Beth Catherall Sally Eddins Chris Kageler Wanda Klein Valerie Slattum Connie Thoman Barbara Eisenkraft Susan Hawkins JoAnna Kennedy Bill Mitchell 1969 Joe Cockrell Judy Fritz Mary Green Jackie Randall Meg Rohrt 1965 Mike Blum Barbara Fassel Carol Hafer Carol Ann Katz Thomas Starnes Roger Whitney 171 Document Staff records memomes or Y CLASS EDITORS: Cleft to rightj, Cheryl Vuilleumier, senior classy Cindy Everett, freshman ADVERTISING EDITORS Cleft to classy Cindy Yeilding, junior class: Joyce Howard, sophomore class: Jannae Tunnell, senior Loy Evans and Donny Strain class Q-...N mmm my-ns, y ... SPONSOR: BUSINESSIINDEX AND STUDENT LIFE: fleft to rightj , Donna Chtsholm and Lisa Martin Miss Ginny Cole :ACULTY AND MILITARY EDITORS: Cleft to rightj, Denise Lowry md Ann Kirby SPORTS EDITORS: Cleft to rightb Ted Stacy and Janet Riddles , , , LH, , ,,,, C ,.,, ,- --o...,, .-- .... c ...ww ...... ana Nelson The 1976-1977 DOCUMENT staff has been working for the publication of the book since their selection as staff members last May. During the summer they sold advertising to finance the publication costs. During the school year they planned their individual sections and helped with the book's distribution in the spring . While the DOCUMENT staff is a working and learning situation, it is also an opportunity to make new friendships. The results of their dedication can be seen on each page of the yearbook. They have strived to etch the memories of a great year on these pages forever! zlfiz- s tm ,Q Q ir PHOTOGRAPHERS: Cleft to rightj, Lisa Payne, Paul DeDoes, Ricky Dess 74 Co-Editors Karen Bell Diana Goldston Feature Editor Therese Pangburn Amusements Editor Jody Garver News Editor David Arista Advertising Manager Mike McConnell Artist Russ Parkman Sports Editor Hugh Murphy Creative Page Editor Emily Fallis Photographers Ricky Doss Aaron Flores David Lawler FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Therese Pangburn, Karen Bell, Diana Goldston, Pat Henderson, David Arista, Mike McConnell, David Lawler Hugh Murphy, Ricky Doss. SECOND ROW: Pat Henderson, David Arista, Mike McConnell, Therese Pangburn, David Lawler, Karen Bell Hugh Murphy, Diana Goldston, Ricky Doss. SPONSOR: Mrs. Kay Eby Reveille Displa S Originalit The Tl REVEILLE Staff is composed of second year journalism students. They produce TI's own unique newspaper with Mrs. Eby's guidance. The REVEILLE is published monthly. In addition, the staff produces special editions throughout the year. Reporters of the REVEILLE sPoRTs EDITOR: Hugh Murphy 'T RAPHERS: Cleft to rightb, David Lawler and Ricky Doss. UNPICTURED: Aaron provide the students with community news, editorials, feature stories, sports events, and student opinions on current issues. One of their original features in their Christmas issue was the twelve days of Christmas using TJ students to represent the gifts given. ADVERTISING MANAGER: Mike McConnell 17 FEATURE EDITOR: CO-EDITORS: deft to righrb, Karen Bell, Diana Golsron Therese Pangburn -55 Y J A ' E' - . . AMUSEMENTS EDITOR: Jody Garver NEWS EDITOR: David Arisra An editor's work is never done. Mike encourages sophomores to support REVEILLE. Mike sells newspapers during second period. 177 Lib ert Belles Highlight Halftime The Liberty Belles are an important contribution to the spirit and entertainment of Thomas Jefferson . Each girl must devote an immense amount of time and talent to entertain at halftime and at assemblies. Beyond their performances at halftime and at pep assemblies they are responsible for many other activities. These include selling football ribbons , decorating the halls, and l creating a memento each week Q to give to the football players. As a special honor this year, the Liberty Belles were invited to perform at the SMU - Houston SPONSOR: football game . Mrs . Terri Harris MEMBERS, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Sally Pierre, Karen Wyles, Stacy Byrd, Vicki Goodner, Laura Hammer. SECOND ROW: Kim Gilda Hernandez, Janet Hill. Meloney Bessette, Michele Tindall, Diana Weise, Joan Hinman, Kate Thompson, Lisa Jackson. THIRD Lisa Oetting, Karen Watkins, Peri Mechler, Claire Krummenacher, Julie Hainline, Janet Anderson, Eva Garza, Bernadette Ploch, Goldston. FOURTH ROW: Sheryl Week, Laurie McCrary, Debbie Christoffel, Pam Chaumier, Karen Schmidgall, Karen Matkins, Gunn, Pat Gainer, Nancy Tapler. FIFTH ROW: Marinell Dortch, Emily Fallis, Teresa McCormick, Cindy Corti, Pam Blankenbeckler. Cooper, Kim Johnson, Laura Spann, Annette Zak, Jennifer May, Lisa Stewart CAPTAIN: Stacy Byrd Marinell Dortch and Lisa I OFFICERS, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Sally Pierre, lieutenant: Laura Hammer. lieuten- ant. SECOND ROW: Karen Wyles, lieutenant: Vicki Goodner. lieutenant. THIRD ROW: Stacy Byrd, captain , 4, ., 3, V' ..,, Ly Q by M V it 3 4,,piw::gi"1 ,y '22 W ,V r 1 im -I : I 1. ' ff . , 4 5,1 Ei L ,lg 1: .Yr wV,i,,ff-M""A I SOCIAL OFFICERS, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightb. Diana Goldston, reporter: Meloney Bes- sette, vice-president: Lisa Oetting, secretary: Janet Anderson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Kandie Carpenter, reporter: Nancy Tapler, president: Laurie McCrary, chaplain, Laura Spann, chaplain I7 11 FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Karen Wyles. SECOND ROW: Jennifer May, Karen Matkins. THIRD ROW: Marci Gunn. FOURTH ROW: Laura Spann, Annette Zak, Kim Johnson, Pam Blankenbeckler. FIFTH ROW: Karen Schmidgall, Cindy Corti. SIXTH ROW: Linda Cooper FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Karen Watkins, Gilda Hernandez. SECOND ROW: Kim Polen, Laura Hammer, Lisa Oetting. THIRD ROW: Meloney Bessette, Janet Hill. FOURTH ROW: Peri Mechler Week. WIN ROW: Cleft to rightb, Vicki Goodner. SECOND ROW: Claire Krummenacher, Sheryl 'THIRD ROW: Debbie Christoffel, Julie Hainline, Laurie McCrary. FOURTH ROW: Fallis. Pam Chaumier. FIFTH ROW: Teresa McCormick FIRST ROW: fleft to rightj, Lisa Jackson, Kate Thompson. SECOND ROW: Diana Weise Sally Pierre. Joan Hinman. THIRD ROW: Diana Goldston, Michele Tindall. FOURTH ROW Pat Gainer, Bernadette Ploch, Eva Garza, Nancy Tapler, Janet Anderson Seniors, the Spirited Priscilla Alaniz David Arista Mary Bain Kim Baldwin Kim Barnhardt Linda Bess Jeff Biggs Ross Bird Brett Biskamp Bunny Bitter Janet Black Christine Bonnie Ann Brandenburg Suzie Brennan Susie Brown Ronell Burns Melissa Carland Patty Carr Dorene Chamley Robert Champion Denise Chaveya Ann Cheatham Beverly Clem Steve Cobb Doug Crabtree Alan Crossland Mike Curtis Suzette DeViney Carla Dixon Holly Dolfuss Rick Doss Kathleen Duffin Rebecca Egelston Stacey Elliot Sherree Evans Verbena Falks Ilene Feibel Aaron Flores Richard Forehand Dirk Foster Kim Freis Randy Gameson Kirk Gentry David Gigowski Claire Goemanne Bobby Geno Brent Gray Cynthia Grzgerzewicz Debbie Guerrero Susan Hamilton Jim Hasty Stefani Hernandez Lisa Hilliard Elaine Hines Kathy Hodo Greg Hough Greg Howell Janet Hunter Barry Irvia Susan James James Jessup Roseanne Jimenez Julie Johnson Jerry Jones Samantha Jones Jay King Wayne Ku Annette Kuntz David Lawler Scott Lawler Linda Lowe Chris Mahoney Deanna Malcolm Lisa Martin Jose Martinez Tammy Marvin Annette Massingill Gary Mayben Class of '77 The Seniors of 1977 formed TJ's traditional Senior Spirit Club. Seniors of the Spirit Club attended the numerous pep assemblies and sports events. The spirit of TJ was expressed as the Spirit Club cheered the players on to victory . For the first time, members of the Spirit Club were seated in the balcony during all the football assemblies. The Spirit Club T -shirts became a familiar sight at the 'school assemblies and football games. The 1977 Spirit Club has carried on TJ's traditional support of the Patriots throughout the year. McConnell McCormick McDade McGuire Mc Kee Mc Kenna Miller Milligan Mitchell Montgomery Morris heck Muir Mulder Mullins Myint Newton Newton Ortiz Owens Pangburn Parry Payne Perez Polk Puckett Joyce Rambonnet Beth Randal Alyce Reed Mariette Rhyne Ernette Roberts Belinda Rodriguez Pauline Roeder Tammye Rose Isaac Rousso Julie Salkeld Jack Sapoznikov Alice Saucedo Carol Schoenthal Karl Schwarz Becky Sherman Robin Sherman Kim Skelton Alma Smith Cindy Smith Paula Smith Janet Solomon Angel Soto Scott Sparks Karen Speed Suzanne Spencer Anita Steck George Stephens Paul Stephens Karrie Stovall Holly Sweeten Scott Swoverland Bobby Tamura Kim Thomas lannae Tunnell Tanya Tyler Suzanne Van Note Manuel Vasquez Cheryl Vuilleumier Nancy Wagner David Webb Mary Helen Weber Sheryl Week Rosanna Weiser Linda White Walter Wiegel Deborah Williams Ed Wilson Priscilla Woodson Mary Yager Beth Young Tammy Zipper Sophie Zitaglio Band Livens Halftime The Thomas Jefferson band is often referred to as the "Pride of TJ . " Many early mornings, time and energy were spent practicing for halftime performances. Under the direction of Mr. Geyer and the leadership of Barry Hines and Peggy Schies, this season's halftime performances were BAND STAFF, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Doris Oberndorfer, Karen Mar- gules. librarians. SECOND ROW: David Leslie, uniform manager: Don Parker, band manager. THIRD ROW: Christy Bur- ross, Claudia Manton, librarians. FOURTH ROW: David Pugh, assistant band managerg Dan Bywaters. assistant uniform manager outstanding. After football season, the band continued to practice for their concert season. The band was honored this year by being invited to march in a parade in San Antonio. They also competed in U.I.L. competition this spring for the first time. SPONSOR: Mr. Walter Geyer MAIORETTES: Cleft to righty, Denise Sawyer, Brenda Ransom , Rhonda Ransom Band Council Keeps Band in Performing Order The Band Council is responsible for the organization and management of the band. The officers are elected by members of the band early in the year. They provide the student's point of view concerning various problems arising in the band . Officers of the council also plan all parties and other activities sponsored by the band . Much of the band's success is due to the commendable efforts of the Band Counci1's officers . .lt UNCIL FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Janet Hicks. vice-president: Denise Sawyer. Brenda Ransom. Rhonda Ransom, majorettesg McGuire secretary. SECOND ROW: Peggy Schies. drum major: Sally Mitchell, reporter: Andrae Rhyne, treasurer: John Fields, John Aceves photographer: Barry Hines, drum major SWEETHEART Janet Hicks MEMBERS, FRONT ROW: Qleft to rightj, Rhonda Ransom, Denise Sawyer, Brenda Ransom. SECOND ROW: Peggy Schies, Janet Hicks, Lo Flores, Terry Jannasch, Jay Metten, Lynn Moore, David Leslie, Joe Miller, Roderick Brown, Barry Hines. THIRD ROW: James Herrera. W. Tunnell, Andrae Rhyne, Mary Bolch, Christy Smith, Susan McClendon, Sylvia Ontiveros, Cindy Williams, Brenda Cash, Carol Collie Doris Oberndorfer, Christy Burross, Claudia Manton. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Huffman, Lacrecia Garner, Gregg Coahran, Steve Alderma Joanne Rubio, Maryl Goldis, Charlotte McGuire, Sally Mitchell, Pam Champion, Vanessa Clemons, Mike Francis, Helen Oberndorfer, Ju Pawsey, Carla Farris, Alice Emond. FIFTH ROW: Tony Wallace, Jim Thomas, Walter Goodman, Karen Margules, Shawn Minton, Ma Greenwalt, Danny Flores, Kent Atchley, David Pugh, Mark Minor, Mark Wilson. SIXTH ROW: Dorothy McGuire, Joe Ruiz, Steve Howar Dan Bywaters, Mark Scarbrough, John Fields, Jim Wasem, Steve Lewis, John Aceves, James Hamilton, Amber Muldoon, Amy Huffma SEVENTH ROW: Perry Finney, Mike Havard, John Leslie, Matt Staples, Charles Alexander, John O'Hearn, Steve Byland, Melvin Meyer Don Parker, Skip Smith, Charles DeWeese, Curtis Abbey, Jack Weaverling. EIGHTH ROW: Lisa Burns, Kavita Brar, Yvette Pelky, Ie Hurley, Allison Miller. UNPICTURED: Jerrell Baker, Johnny Bunch, Sam Eason, Kenneth Hill, Randy Kennison, Raymond Perez, Dia Sheldon PERCUSSION: Roderick Brown Lois Flores Janet Hicks Terry Jannasch David Leslie James Metten Lynn Moore Joe Miller FLUTES: Mary Bolch Christy Burross Brenda Cash Carol Collier Kenneth Hill Claudia Manton Susan McClendon Doris Oberndorfer Sylvia Ontiveros Andrae Rhyne Christy Smith Cindy Williams FRENCH HORNS: Curtis Abbey Johnny Bunch Charles DeWeese Amber Muldoon CLARINETS: Stephen Alderman Pam Champion Vanessa Clemons Gregg Coahran Carla Farris Mike Francis Lacrecia Garner Maryl Goldis Walter Goodman James Herrera Charlotte McGuire Sally Mitchell Helen Oberndorfer Judy Pawsey Joanne Rubio Jim Thomas T. W. Tunnell Tony Wallace Mark Wilson TROMBONES: Charles Alexander Jerrell Baker Sam Eason Michael Havard John Leslie John O'Heam Matt Staples BARITONES: Steve Byalnd Melvin Meyers Don Parker Skip Smith SAXOPHONES: Kent Atchley Daniel Flores Mark Greenwalt Karen Margules Mark Minor Shawn Minton David Pugh TRUMPETS: John Aceves Dan Bywaters John Fields James Hamilton Steve Howard Steve Lewis Randy Kennison Joe Ruiz Mark Scarbrough Diane Sheldon Jim Wasem TUBAS: Perry Finney J ack Weaverling Each year a few members from the TJ band are chosen for the A11-Region, A11-City, and A11- State bands. The TJ band is honored when their members are selected. This year, Mike A-ve-f""' ALL CITY BAND Cleft to rightb Mike Francis clarinet: Jim Thomas, clarinet. UNPIC- Stage Band is composed of who wish to further their in music. To become a of Stage Band students audition for Mr. Geyer. members perform music the Big Band Era to . These talented rehearse one night a Under the direction of Mr. Geyer, Stage Band has given entertaining performances this year with their wide repertoire of music. The Stage Band performed at the elementary schools and gave two night performances at TJ for the student body, teachers, and parents. ROW: Cleft to rightj, Rick Burt, Gerald Baker. SECOND ROW: David Leslie, Karen Barry Hines, John Fields, Mark Greenwalt, Dan Flores. THIRD ROW: Shawn Min- John O'I-learn, David Snell, Janet Riddles, Matt Staples, Steve Lewis. GUITARS: Rick Burt Gerald Baker PIANO: Janet Riddles TRUMPETS: John Fields Barry Hines Steve Lewis Jim Wasem TROMBONES: Michael Havard John O'Hearn David Snell Matt Staples SAXOPHONES: Dan Flores Mark Greenwalt David Pugh ALTO SAXOPHONES: Karen Margules Shawn Minton PERCUSSION: David Leslie O FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Priscilla Woodson, Sherree Evans, Lois Flores, Chong Chu, Penny Luckett, David Leslie, Allison Miller Luster. SECOND ROW: Raymond Perez, Barry Hines, Becky Smith, Randy Kennison, Jim Kingston, Dan Bywaters, lim Thomas Mark rough, Christy Burross, Karen Margules. Doris Orberndorfer, Andrae Rhyne, Norman Olsen, Amber Muldoon, Mary Mendez DeWeese, Grant Brenna. THIRD ROW: Andrew Trescott, Denise Sawyer, Janet Hicks, DIRECTOR: Mr. Xeros. BASS: Andrew Trescott CLARINET: lim Thomas PERCUSSION: Janet Hicks Denise Sawyer PIANO: Andrae Rhyne SAXOPHONE: Karen Margules FIRST VIOLIN: Chong Chu Sherree Evans Lois Flores Jim Kingston Priscilla Woodson SECOND VIOLIN: David Leslie Penny Luckett Bill Luster Allison Miller Norman Olsen VIOLA: Grant Brenna Mary Mendez CELLO: Raymond Perez Becky Smith CORNET: Dan Bywaters Barry Hines Randy Kennison Mark Scarbrough FLUTE: Christy Burross Doris Orberndorfer FRENCH HORN: Charles DeWeese Amber Muldoon TI Orchestra Exhibits Musical Skills r The members of the TJ Orchestra are students who desire to better their understanding of music and develop their talent. They study a wide variety of music, ranging from classical to jazz, from symphonies to modern music . Each year several students from TI's Orchestra compete in district and state competition. The members that are chosen for the All-Region or All- State Orchestra are judged on their inate ability and talent. The TJ Orchestra performs several concerts during the school year. They also play for the TJ musical. . U ,... . ---- ---- . ---- . .--W ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA: Cleft to rightj, Grant Brenna, viola: Jim omas, clarinet: Raymond Perez, cello. Thomas, clarinet. ' 0 0 f I I I' II' 1 V O C e O C e e S XC G GHC E 111 CI' OI'II1f:1I1C GS B I' R, ' 1 ,. . . . W' g f.: g. ,V f Members of Concert Choir are selected for their superior vocal talents. Many hours of work make this a well-rehearsed group. In addition to their traditional performances at Baccalaureate and A A A ii-ii ,t,t graduation, this year Concert Choir sang with the SMU choir at iiiiii B Christmas. During the spring, they competed at DISD and UIL competitions and members performed in this year's musical, FIDDLER ML Jack Cannon ON THE ROOF. DIRECTOR: il? Z' vb FRONT ROW: fleft to rightb, Michele Tindall, Liz Humphries, Mike Jones, Karen McGuire, Scott Leathers, Bernadette Ploch, Steve lgisgier Debbie Runnels, Abel Becerra, Lisa Stewart, Zach Wilder, Martha Esquivel, Laurie McCrary. SECOND ROW: Kandie Carpenter, Clair Goemanne, Ray Adams, Tammy LaMotte, Brett Johnston, Beth Randal, Anton Pierce, Rebecca Egelston, Ross Bird, Lisa Tindall, Kirk Ste- phens, Cindy Yeilding, John Fields, Carla Potter, Brad Wiggins, Tanya Tyler, Tammye Rose. THIRD ROW: Steve Alderman, Samanth. Jones, Andrae Rhyne, Debbie Becan, Roger Hodge, Emily Fallis, Sam Eason, Laura Spann, Jim Rhea, Kellie Witte. Jim Muir, Marci Gunn Ron Stevens, Claudia Manton, David Spann, Beth Young, Fred Whitaker. S: Cleft to rightj, Samantha Jones, vice-president: Laura president. SOPRAN OS: Debbie Becan Kandie Carpenter Rebecca Egelston Emily Fallis Claire Goemanne Marci Gunn Liz Humphries Claudia Manton Karen McGuire Bernadette Ploch Debbie Runnels Lisa Stewart Lisa Tindall Michele Tindall Tanya Tyler Kellie Witte ALTOS: Martha Esquivel Samantha Jones Tammy LaMotte Laurie McCrary Carla Potter Beth Randal Tammye Rose Carol Secrest Laura Spann Cindy Yeilding Beth Young TENORS: Ray Adams Abel Becerra Roger Hodge Brett Johnston Mike Jones Scott Leathers lim Rhea David Spann Bart Stephens Zach Wilder BASSES: Steve Alderman Ross Bird Daryl Bradley Sam Eason John Fields mmf ,Qt I. lim Muir tw, Anton Pierce ar u, Andrae Rhyne George Stephens Robert Stevens Fred Whitaker Brad Wiggins Cleft to rightb, Emily Fallis, treasurer: John Fields, OFFICERS: fleft to righty, Fred Whitaker, junior representative Claudia Manton, secretary. Lisa Tindall, sophomore representative. Debbie Alexander Michelle Anton Jon Barber Burt Barr Shunda Bell Carol Bloodgood Claudia Bookman Michael Boykin Chris Burt Dorene Chamley Shanda Chastain David Cox Monique Dortch Stacey Dungan Linda Gersh Terry Gonzales Barbie Gutermuth Carla Hatfield Conrad Hernandez Bill Hodges James Irby Linda Johns Christina Jonas Gordon Joseph Mitchel King Jenny Leath Fabian Leds Missouri Loftis Deanna Malcolm Carol Marquez Tonia McC1anahan Gerald McElroy John Monsalve Ellen Moore Rhonda Morgan Kenneth Morris David Mount Lisa Parelli Susan Parker Richard Parkman Lisa Queen Mark Rafkin Nancy Ramsauer Darryl Richard Rahna Roberts Michael Robertson Reginia Robertson Teri Rubens Clark Shell Cheridah Shiffer Mechelle Simmons Glennis Smith Clela Stout Zach Thompson Tracy Tiner Stephanie Unsworth Theresa Wilson Tamara Wood TI Singers Harmonize The Tl Singers is composed of interested sophomore , junior , and senior students. The class serves as a means for students to improve their musical skills for these interested in auditioning for Concert Choir. The TJ Singers were an enjoyable portion of the Christmas and spring concerts. Clifton Zimmerman DIRECTOR: Mr . Jack Cannon Freshman Choir Adds to Choral Department The Freshman Choir is a new addition to TJ this year. The choir is open to any interested students There are two class periods which meet daily and combine to perform at programs. Freshman Choir performed with the other choirs in the Christmas concert and spring concert. Eugene Alcala Keri Andrews Lee Aravco Laura Beard Patsy Bedford Janell Beecher Karen Bell Paula Biggs Jennifer Blackwell Catherine Brown Stephanie Byland Laura Campbell Regina Casey Tami Chadick endy Coahran heryl Darby obbin Eckert eborah England eslie Fallis athy Fisher ngela Gainer obin Garrett my Glover ertie Green raig Hamilton andra Hannah icki Hartzog obin Hodge arshall Howell Kathy Huffman Jamie Hundley Lisa Hunter Tammy Jackson Jerrell Johnson Randy Johnson Richard Jones Phyllis Katsigris Chris Kester Sharon Kissner Maria Kramer Rebecca Kroening Penny Lemons Linda Leverette Maria Lewis Priscilla Lozano Lisa Martin Maureen Matthews Kelley McCollum Jill McCormick Mary Mendy Pamela Moore Kenny Morgan Lane Moronko Patti Murray Argentry Nichols Sandra Orr Martha Owen Un Kyung Park Debbie Parker Thank Phan Maureen Ploch Beverly Poole Melissa Porter Dauphne Rankin Lynn Reitzammer Mark Richards Fritz Richardson Lillian Rodarte Adam Rodriguez Robert Schmeltzer Jeanne Shelton Susan Shelton Steffani Siegal Cynthia Smith Sharon Smith Cassie Spillner Gregg Sprinkel Thomas Stoddard Ranya Swinson Kenneth Thompson Teresa Till Mary Ventura Mary Vescove Beverly Watson Orlando Williams Todd Wright Phyllis Young if WSW Melody Maids make music The Melody Maids, formerly Girl s Choir, lS composed of sophomore, Junior, and senior girls who have been selected for the honor To be selected, the girls had to audition the preceding spring The Melody Maids V if participated 1n numerous fx, activities this year At the beginning of the year the officers had a progressive dinner for the new members During the Christmas season everyone enJoyed the christmas party The Choir also participated in various concerts and competitions They sang in the H SECOND ROW Suzanne Van Choral Department s Christmas treasurer Kim Johnson vice presi and Spung Concerts They also THIRD ROW Julie Schuessler pres entered CRY and UH' competitions ,,,.,-Qw"W"""i'S FRONT ROW Cleft to rrghtl DIRECTOR Mechler secretary Jeanne McGee Mr JackD Cannon fx' it 5 3 ,I ROW: fleft to rightj, Janet Solomon, Lucinda Stout, Barbara Hernandez. Melinda Nalls, Doris Orberndorfer, Janie Owens, Claire Julie Schuessler, Jean Hurley, Carol Collier. SECOND ROW: Charlotte McGuire, Chris Gill, Helen Orberndorfer, Susan Sandy Freeman, Lori Corti, Vernessa Watson, Jeanne McGee, Perl Mechler, Annette Gebron, Ellen Day. THIRD ROW: Jean Mor- Sally Mitchell, Kim Johnson, Stacy Byrd, Teresa McCormick, Suzanne Van Note, Jannae Tunnell, Janet Hunter, Kathy Koon, Mary NOT PICTURED: Kim Bamhardt, Janet Black, Ann Kirby, Cindy Lyon, Mariette Rhyne, Paula Smith, Laura Speak Ke Club Is Ke to Success The Key Club is a national organization sponsored by the International Kiwanis Club. Its members are chosen through grade point averages and faculty recommendations. To raise funds for projects this year, one of the Key C1ub's activities was a volleyball game against the Liberty Belles. 54", PRESIDENT: VICE-PRESIDENT: Chris Mahoney Brett Biskamp 'Z' I. if A fi! 1, m Q , rx S' , '- serif- :,E!5L:z:P ,::: X . 7 yy y,.t , y t ,. at SPONSOR: Mr. James Patterson iiii I SECRETARY: Dirk Foster SWEET HEART: Suzie Brennan TREASURER: Richard Forehand FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightb. Jerry Jones, Brett Biskamp, Richard Forehand, Suzie Brennan, Dirk Foster, Chris Mahoney, Tom Muir. Tamura. SECOND ROW: David Lawler. Joe Ruiz, David Epstein, Skip Smith, Steve Cobb, Torn Kanes, Desmond Myint, Ed Wilson. ROW: Mike Curtis, Kevin Altizer, Scott Lawler, Roger Larson, Alan Crossland, Brent Gray, Walter Weigel, Ricky Doss. FOURTH ROW Patterson, Clay Baker. Isaac Rousso, Tommy Ballard. John Finke. ,f N2 XML . .. .- rf sf as x Q 4 K 43 Alan Crossland John Fincke y ones Thomas Kanes Roger Larson Davrd Lawler Scott Lawler Kevin McCormick '.'N'-. 'I f 5 5' Q. ' f , ' R F52 ug z Q , we AM x w V S ,awww R 5 sim 3 Y Q RW' Tom Muir Rusty Miller , Q L'L ip. 6 TX R Q-my 'ifhutff R , h L 4 Y X v Isaac Rousso Joseph Ruiz Paul Stephens Bobby Tamura 5 Desmond Myim Thomas Perez Skip Smith Scott Sparks Walter Wiegel Ed Wi1SOI1 UNPICTURED: Clay Baker Raymond Ojeda Homemakers plan for future ROW: Cleft to rightj, Patrick Smith, Shunda Bell, vice-president: Gregg Penny, Phyllis Young, president: Cindy Smith, president: Alicia Juarez. SECOND ROW: Perez, Audrey Clark, Renee Page, secretary: Rosa Lee Sendejas, treasurer: Mara- Garza, vice-president: Jean Estes: vice-president: Robert Whitfield. vice-president: McCuin An important P311 of the Homemaking education program is the FHA organization. FHA provides the members with an opportunity to experience planning and carrying out different activities relating to home, school, and community life. FHA is sponsored by Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Frazier, and Mrs. Metoyer. The members are involved in several community projects throughout the year. PRESIDENT: Suzanne Spencer ROW: Cleft to rightj, Kelley McCul1um, Mayly Wong, Penny Lemons. SECOND ROW: Sonja Berry, Joyce Jackson, Gina Smith, Char- Richardson, Donna Martinson, Patty Hawthorne, Clovis Hill, Calvin Coit. THIRD ROW: W Tammye Rose, Cathy l-lodo, Janice Mims, Julie Rubio, Douglas Easley ayne Smith, Suzanne DeLeon, Mariette Honor Sooiet S G C OD C1 Jliifiillfglt Wifi 55525511 Year Members The National Honor Society is an organization of a select group of junior and senior students. The students are chosen on the basis on scholarship, leadership , character and service . Throughout the year members of the National Honor Society perform services for Tl, such as acting as hosts at college night and tutoring other students. SECRETARY: TREASURER: Karl Schwarz Tim Huffman Jeff Biggs Brett Biskamp Selects Students Daryl Bradley Marinell Dortch Martha Esquivel L Emily Fallis John Fields Claire Goemanrle Diana Goldston Bobby Gono 203 204 Laura Hammer Joan Hinman Julie Johnson Tom Kanes Wayne Ku Laurie McCrary Sandra McGi1berry Karen McGuire Brenda Ransom Peggy Schies A xc wx gy- 1 Laura Spann 1 -f Jim Thomas Michele Tindall Ed Wilson Karen Wyles Tanya Tyler 20 Janet Anderson Tami Apperson Kavita Brar Suzie Brennan Y ZY' 5 ,mm Gram C1aSby David Givens Janet Hicks Elaine Hines Catherine Le Van Ngoc Lili Lyddon First Year Student Clay Baker Q , V. J gpg J: raw? I Bob Bybee 33 x W we .K,L t-.. I . 5 Z N 'Q 0. Klaus Graaf Ann Kirby J it it ,, 17 7 Lisa Martin XR X s -mt st E t i .x Tommy Ballard Ann Brandenburg ' -Mies: I W' 5, . Q as 1 we Dan Bywaters Chris Cain Marci Gunn Gilda Hernandez x Roger Larson Peter Laukoter Jennifer M357 Maureen '42 -- . Mrs. Delatour Teresa McCormick Ruthie Milligan Diana Nelson I Joe Ruiz Ted Stacy Mrs . Morgan L - .5 T rl , re y, Q Fi' '.. V .le l ll l L Vt N H V LV: t, Mindy McDade x ,A Sally Mitchell Don Parker Denise Sawyer Jeanne McGee Hugh Murphy Carla Potter v ' .. I rv 'wa 'is t W 5 ' to i,r It t Mark Scarbrough - S iq ui M- , ' -X fw sgzz- N, , -,r Patty Miklos Francis Miller Mary Murphy Desmond Myint Mark Ray Andrae Rhyne K3,I6l'l SChl'1'1idg31l James Sergeant Kate Thompson Nancy Wagner Linda Youngberg 7 ational Forensic League Debates the Issues The members of NFL are an outstanding group of students. They donate much of their time during school, as well as weekends to prepare for and to attend speech tournaments . Throughout the year the TJ - wt S ...L ' ' s Members researching for debate material. speech team attends school tournaments in various parts of the state. They participate in several events, such as poetry interpretation , exremporaneous speaking, debate and dramatic i . ' SPONSOR: Inf-erpretauon ' Mrs. Myra Whitlock Students participating in a practice debate. Members of NFL reading poetry Grant Jana Brenna DeHart Jill Phyllis Hoffman Lindse Kim Freis Linda y Margules fini Shawna Un Kyung Miller Park x ,f Gary Vaughan 209 Thespians re-established troupe The National Thespian Dramatic Honor Society for High Schools, now the International Thespian Society was founded in 1929. A local troupe was chartered in 1966 , but lost its charter in 1970 . This year the troupe is proud to have re- established its affiliation with Thespians, an honorary dramatic organization. Student members must maintain satisfactory standards of membership as set forth by the constitution of the local troupe . Each student must participate in at least two full- length productions: one full- length and two one-act plays: or four one-act plays. Participation should be in at least two different areas: acting, directing, producing , business , writing , etc. Each student must earn ten points as set forth in the Thespi point system before he can be initiated into the Society. One point represents approximately ten hours of excellent work. The Thomas Jefferson Thespi Troupe plans many interesting and varied projects and productions for the coming SPONSOR: OFFICERS, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Laura Spann, president: Anton Pierce, Mr. Tom Brewer dent: Michelle Tindall, secretary: Laurie McCrary, treasurer FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Paul DeDoes, Renee Page, Leslie Fal- lis, Janet Solomon, Janie Owens, Kandie Carpenter. SECOND ROW: Peter Krage, Melissa Quirk, George Stephens, Pat Gainer, Mark Blankenbeckler. NOT PICTURED: Doug Crabtree FRONT ROW: Qleft to rightb, Jerry Melgoza, Demetrio Sharon Kissner, Scott Leathers, Abel Becerra. SECOND Alfonso Benevides, Carla Hatfield, Annette Gebron, Klaus Jerry Jones, Russ Parkman Quill and Scroll recognizes journalism students Every year REVEILLE and DOCUMENT staff members who have contributed to helping their publication maintain a standard of excellence are chosen for membership in Quill and Scroll. Quill and Scroll is an international journalism honorary for high school students . Students chosen for this honor must have high academic standing and must have SECOND YEAR MEMBERS: Hugh Murphy and Karen Bell . l . done outstanding work on a school publication. ROW: Cleft to rightl. Beth Randal, Sharon Skells, Angie Vasquez, Diana Nelson, Jeanne McGee, Linda White. Cheryl Vuilleumier. ROW: Tricia Willding, Janet Riddles. Joanna Blair, Cindy Everett. Loy Evans, Denise Lowry, Lori Owen, Lisa Payne. THIRD ROW: Martin, Donna Chisholm, Laura Mayer, Iannae Tunnell, Jenny Oliver. FOURTH ROW: Rick Doss, John Aceves, Russell Harper, Mark Barry Irvin, Brian Shear, Ted Stacy. NOT PICTURED: Bunny Bitter, Royce Howard, Carmelia Mitchell Center Stage Brings Successful Production Center Stage is one of the oldest organizations at TJ. The members of Center Stage are students interested in drama . This year Center Stage produced the All-Class Play to TI entitled STRANGE BEDFELLOWS under the guidance of their new sponsor, Mr. Tom Brewer. As a result of Mr. Brewer's direction and the time and talent of the cast, the All-Class Play was very successful. Center Stage also formed the make-up crew which was responsible for the make-up of the spring musical as well as the All-Class Play. OFFICERS: Anton Pierce, president, Kandie Carpenter, vice-president: Laura Spann. treasurer: Michele Tindall, secretary. MEMBERS: Dem itrio Aldana, Tami Chadick. Doug Crabtree, Paul DeDoes, Monique Dortch, Leslie Fallis, Laura Foster, Pat Gainer, Annette Gebron Sharon Kissner, Scott Leathers, Laurie McCrary, Jerry Melgoza, Janie Owens, Renee Page, Russ Parkman, Melissa Quirk, George Stephens Janet Solomon. Stage Crew Works Behind the Scenes for All-Class Play and Musical Stage Crew is a new Stage Crew members spend Crew are also responsible for the organization at TJ this year. countless hours painting and lighting and sound for every Behind the scenes of every TJ building scenery for the All- assembly, as well as the A11- production, several members of Class Play, Talent Show, and the Class Play, Talent Show, and Stage Crew may be found making spring musical. The devoted spring musical. sure everything runs smoothly. students who comprise Stage FFICERS: Doug Crabtree, stage manager: Mark Blankenbeckler, assistant stage manager: Alfonso Benavides, prop crew master. STAGE REW: Demitrio Aldana, Abel Becerra, Klaus Graaf, Carla Hatfield, Jerry Jones, Sharon Kissner, Peter Krage, Peter Isaukoter, Jenny Leath. issouri Loftis. Jerry Melgoza, Janie Owens, Renee Page. Russ Parkman, Nancy Wagner, Linda White, Trisha Willdmg. 2 214 Library Service Club C Supports Library a 'i 1. iii l s it K Qt 2 X The members of the Library Service Club devote Q I much of their time to the library. The students spend 1 their study halls and their afternoons working in the library. The result of their efforts are displayed in the organization and working order of TJ's l-ibrary. The Library Service Club is also responsible for the varied and unique exhibits shown in the display case , in the front hall, near the library. PROJECTION CREW: Cleft to rightj, Tim Beggs, Brian Shear. nun 3 fy 3,53 WFT? iii, I s C SPONSORS: Cleft to righty, Mrs. Johnnie King, Miss Rita Moore. OFFICERS: Cleft to rightj, Kavita Brar, president: Max Pierce Mrs. Ann Wilde. treasurer: Suzanne DeLeon, secretary. .kink FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Max Pierce, Lisa Daniel, Jimmy Cheek, Fritz Bates, Scott Thevenet, Lori Owen, Q. T. Bell, Kavita Brar SECOND ROW: Tim Beggs, Brian Shear, Margaret Goodell, Allison Miller, Amy Huffman, Amy Whisenand, Suzanne DeLeon, David ina, Joyce Howard, Denise Lowry. The TJ Study Center is COIT1 posed of student volunteers contribute their own time to others. The student tutors proficient in a variety of so that they can help students with any subject which the student is having t 1 SPONSOR: Mr. Habush Study Center Tutors Help Gthers FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Angie Vasquez, Jenny Young, Rhonda Morgan. SECOND ROW: Skip Smith, Amy Huffman, Pam Carlisle. UNPICTURED: Montein Alonso, Jeff Biggs, Ann Brandenburg, Raymond Cabrera, Gina Casey, Denise English, Sammie Gardner, Kim Jorm- son, Diana Padilla, Un Kyung Park, Max Pierce, Kim Polen, Joyce Rambonnet. Clela Stout. 5 The TJ students involved as Counselor Assistants and Office Helpers contribute their time to helping the school offices run smoothly. The helpers and assistants are responsible students who run errands, such as taking passes to students and picking up attendance cards. The students also perform countless other duties that help maintain efficiency in the offices at TI. Office Assistants help rms W ii-tk Q 5 fig s . C' ' -9 -- I ,. N. - 1 ' .,,. , ' H SECOND QUARTER ATTENDANCE OFFICE HELPERS: Cleft to rightj, Jill Foster, Vadala, Jody Garver, Sharon Skells, Kathy Leak ,f""'-W' - V W f-,,1ffeee.Wm, , - , M ,ww f T ' 51 Vyk' . W"' ,, SECOND QUARTER ATTENDANCE OFFICE HELPERS: Cleft to rightb, Treva Cejudo, T Chris, Carolyn Campbell, Marva Rose, Rolanda Haggerty, Cheryl Thomas offices run smoothl FRONT ROW: flefl Lo rightb, Mike Francis, Melinda Marshall, Teresa Hendrix, Renee Page Ruth Millian. SECOND ROW: Tony Wallace ASSISTANTS: Cleft to rightj, Tony Pack, Bobby Marshall, Angela Krage, Jimenez Hero Club Studies Professions OFFICERS, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightl. Nelly Caballero, vice-president: Mel Carland, president: Annie Cheatham, vice-president: David White, vice-presi- dent. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Delatour, sponsor: Robyn Moses, historian: Nancy Wagner, vice-president: Karen Speed, vice-president. THIRD ROW: Kevin McCormick, historian: Keeley Keenan, secretary: Phillip Pfiel, treasurer: Jack Sapoznikov The HERO Club provides students with training in home- economic related organizations Various careers that members were involved in this year included bridal consultant, fashion coordinator, child care aide , food service employee , consumer aide , housekeeping management assistant, home furnishing aide, dietetic aide , art and craft aide, and companion to the elderly. FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Sara Sanchez Robyn Moses Denise Coleman Nancy SECOND ROW: Priscilla Alvaniz, Nelly Caballero Rosanna Weiser Karen Speed Carlisle , Philip Pfiel, Karen Bartling, Mel Carland Ann Pope FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightb, Annie Cheatham Keeley Keenan Carol Schoenthal Bray, Wanda Turner, Tonia McClanahan Mary Murphy SECOND ROW G David White, Carol Veloz, Connie Kennedy Carrie Pfrel Tom Perez Kevin David Shirato The National Red Cross is a service organization which strives to aid community problems. TI's chapter of the Red Cross is a club open for anyone who wishes to join in aiding the Red Cross in serving the community. Members of the Red Cross have had an active year. Their Red Cross Serves Communit FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightb. Jannae Tunnell, Max Pierce, Isaac Rousso, Ann SECOND ROW: Marinell Dortch, Linda white, Carol Marquez. THIRD ROW: Leath, Roseanne Jimenez, Denise Lowry activities included giving a Halloween party for a day care center, filling Christmas stockings for underprivileged children, and sending Valentine cards to patients at a nursing home. Throughout the year the Red Cross used their time and talent to benefit others . OFFICERS: Cleft to rightj, Isaac Rousso, vice-president: Linda White. secretary Roseanne Jimenez, president. UNPIC- TURED: Mindy McDade. treasurer Distributive Clubs of America DECA is a chapter of the Distributive Education early from school to go to work. program. The program is designed to train the The DECA program is instructed by Mrs. Gerson students in the fields of marketing, merchandising, and meets as a class three periods a day. Training is management, advertising, and display. Students provided both in the class as well as on-the-job. divide their time between the responsibilities of DECA helps to promote leadership , understanding , school and a job. Each day the students are released and an appreciation of the free enterprise system. SPONSOR: 1 Mrs . Gerson ' S , 1 t Mark Zak - Minyard's Pauline Roeder - Jeans West earn Merchandising Skills Qin, 'fl 'W h .ff 44" Suzie Brennan - Mam'se11e Jim Spencer - Sears 'lull Jim McCormick - Titche's Sherry Puckett - Casual Corner 5...,,gn-up-swam, il 'Huw i VOCT trains for the future VOCT is the state chapter of L the Coordinated Vocational V Academic Education program . The course is taught by Mr. periods a day. Students in the Q program receive practical on- the-job training. The VOCT program gives the s students an opportunity to participate in educational, community, school, and vocational programs. The activities in which the students participate help them to develop poise. self-confidence, good rmsr ROW: Cleft to rrgmp, Javier Rodriguez, Mr. Green, John Perry, Patricia King. WOIkiI1g habits, and leadership OND ROW: Johnny Villagran, Ricky Egelston, Mark Grace, Jeff Bloodgood, Sherri abilities. SPONSOR: Mr. Charles Green Green and meets three class , """i -1 Connie Akins File Clerk, Superior Lubricent if . Q" , 7 3 f y. Www . V V, v V., 4 i 'V' 41 , W Q C H 554 Q I e 4 z gf J' if - X , 1 5 m'EYsva i A M K 3 'Q' f Lonnie McCaski11 Walnut Hill Animal Clinic Randy Vitovsky Mindy Waxler I-Ial1eck's Fried Chicken I . S . Woods Products Vocational Industrial Clubs of America develop skills Vocational Industrial Clubs of America is a national club organized to help students develop leadership abilities, aid them in career choices, and give them a practical insight into the business world. The program enables students to become involved in educational activities as well as social activities. Mr. Cox instructs three class periods of VICA each day. Each member of VICA meets with Mr. Cox during one of these class periods. Members also receive on the job training in a variety of occupations. There are students involved in fields of medical assistance, maintenance, printing, photography , and food . Students involved with the VICA program are being taught skills for the future. SPONSOR: Mr . Lucius Cox vm-fun-sl OFFICERS, FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Kim Freis. president: Teena Newsome, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Alan Springer, secre- tary: Bruce Nutter, sergeant-at-arms: Mike Largent, vice-presi- dentg Mike Bell, parliamentarian FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Cheryl Myers, David Kutscher sell Bowling, Alan Springer. SECOND ROW: Steve Van Note King, Kathy Noonan, Jim Lhotan ROW: Cleft to rightj, Gaylon Seay, Bobby Tamura, Frank Bruce Nutter, Kevin Donohoe, Kim Freis. SECOND ROW: to rightj, Teena Newsome, Mike Bell, Gary Mayben, Brian Herman Hernandez, Greg Peterson, Robert Champion, Chavoya mf X, ms 5 le' 46' FROM FRONT LEFT: Janet Pennington. Jimmy Kline, Stout, Mike Largent, David LeMaster, Sharon Pomeroy, Jane Yager, Charles Sherrill, Roger Jiminez Mike Akins . . . Maintenance Mechanical Equipment Mike Bell . . . Parts Clerk, Auto Russel Bowling . . . Parts Clerk Frank Bruce . . . Maintenance Mechanical Building Robert Champion . . . Chef Denise Chavoya . . . Parts Clerk, Auto Kevin Donohoe . . . Mechanic Kim Freis . . . Medical Lab Assistant Mike Havard . . . Electrical Instrument Repairer Dexter Hayward . . . Maintenance Mechanical Building Herman Hernandez . . . Carpenter Julie King . . . Medical Lab Assistant Jimmy Kline . . . Parts Clerk Albie Konovalski . . . Maintenance Mechanic Mike Largent . . . Auto Partsman David LeMaster . . . Printer Jim Lhotan . . . Photographer Gary Mayben . . . Meat Cutter Cheryl Myers . . . Redman Industries Teena Newsome . . . Optician Kathy Noonan . . . Medical Lab Assistant Bruce Nutter . . . Maintenance Mechanical Building Janet Pennington . . . Electrical Instrument Repairer Greg Peterson . . . Maintenance Mechanical Building Sharon Pomeroy . . . Photographer Gaylon Seay . . . Partsman Charles Sherrill . . . Parts Clerk Alan Springer . . . Electrical Instrument Repairer Robert Stout . . . Printer Bobby Tamura . . . Maintenance Mechanical Building Brian Taylor . . . Electrician Steven Van Note . . . Optician Mary Jane Yager . . . Medical Lab Assistant Vocational Office Education offers job-like experience VOE Co-Op is a chapter of the Office Education of Texas. The Co-Op operates jointly with the Dallas Independent School District and the Dallas area business community . The VOE Co-op class at TJ is instructed by Mr. Meals and meets two class periods a day. The class offers on-the-job training to mature students who are interested in an office related occupation. This training gives the students career experience for the future while they learn job responsibilities . SPONSOR: Mr. Meals OFFICERS: qleft to rightj, Annette Massingill, treasurerg Carla Dixon, president lf Stovall, reporter-historiang Debbie Guerrero, vice-president FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightb, Carla Dixon, Mary Theresa Martinez, Catherine Van Irene Orozco, Sally Pierre. SECOND ROW: Kirk Gentry, Annette Massingill Debbie rero, Karrie Stovall, Carol Underwood, Don Parker, Mr. Maurice Meals F, L, Ti ii :s ROW: Susan Hamilton, secretary: Lisa Oetting, vice-president xiii ROW: Cleft to rightb, Diana Conner, Ilene Feibel, Ruth Nguyen, Miss Betsy Book Hill, Lisa Oetting, Meloney Bessette, Peri Mechler, Leslie Cheek SECOND ROW: Diana Weise, Kay Ewing, Mary Knochel, Cal Coit. THIRD ROW! OE gives practical ROW: fleft to rightj, Maureen McCormack, treasurer: Kim Thomas, president. The Vocational Office Education Insurance Lab, a chapter of the Office Education of Texas, is designed to give the students special training in the field of insurance. The insurance lab is taught by Miss Book and meets two periods a day for two hour classes . TJ is the only school in DISD to have an Insurance Lab. The course isrldesigned to teach the students the basic fundamentals and concepts associated with the insurance business. The students learn the separate jobs of each person in an insurance company and they organize their own company. ROW: Cleft to rightj, Vicki Goodner, Martha Esquivel, Susan Hamilton, Miss Betsy SPONSOR: Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Kathy Webb, Janie Ashenhart, Sharon Sprinkel, Laura Ham- Miss Betsy Book Sophie Zitaglio. THIRD ROW: Maureen McCormack, Kim Thomas, Denise Sawyer, Vadala, Greg Howell 7 Entre Nous, the TJ French Club , was re-instituted this year under the sponsorship of Mme Virginia Rester. Entre Nous is an organization of French language students interested in increasing their understanding of the French language, culture, and history. These goals are achieved by participating in various activities such as performing French skits, singing French songs, seeing French movies , as well as attending a French banquet in the spring. amy . , 'K . t MEMBERS: Leslie Aker, Joel Baker. Susan Benke Christine Bonme Jac re ra ey Chaumier, Lori Clinkscales, Shelia Coleman Dresta Dowdy John Finke Kezia Garner David Givens Barbie Gutermuth Carla Kenneth Hill, Laurie Janness, Denise Lowry L111 Lyddon Erin McDonald Karen McGuue Gia Marshello Alice Martinez Gary Karen Matkins, Jennifer May, Patty Miklos Diana Nelson Theresa Noneman Martha Ortiz Lisa Parellr Russ Parkman Lisa Payne Pelky, Cindy Pickerell, Susan Polk, Tammy Rafkrn Alyce Reed Judith Schirato Becky Sherman Whitney Smith Ann Walker Wilder, Tom Wright, Annette Zak Entre Nous Est Par Excellence 2 Afro- American Club Reaches Out various other programs. The club also planned activities outside the school. They held a Christmas dance for the school and a Christmas party for an orphanage. This year the Afro-American Culture Club's main goal was to seek unity within the student body . In striving toward this goal, the club sponsored Black American History Week and MEMBERS, FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Terri Gipson, Cheryl Thompson, Valorie Friends, Tammy Carruthers, Carolyn Buford, Jackson, Shirley Morris, Gina Smith, Camilla Lee, Mary White. SECOND ROW: Robert Whitfield, David Mitchell. Renard Huntley, Whitaker, George Rhyne, Ronnie Madden, Carl Frazier, Stanley Hammond, Perry Finney, Edwin Filgo, Al Whitfield. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Pruett, Donna Gates, Teresa Wilson, Andrae Rhyne, Carloyn Campbell, Beverly Barrett, Ann Polk, Avis Simmons, Gina Buffin, Jones, Annette Massengill, Tammye Rose, Kathy Hodo, Ern Roberts, Sandra Porter, Alma Smith. Kim Bradford, Regina Moore. Mitchell, Mariette Rhyne, Ms. G. McMil1ian l SWEETHEART: OFFICERS: Cleft to rightj, Robert Whitfield, vice-president: Ms. G. McMillian, MHUCII6 Rhylle Carmelia Mitchell, treasurer, Mariette Rhyne, secretary: Mrs. D. Pruett, sponsor: Mitchell, president. PHD American The Pan American Student language of the Latin Americans. Forum is an organization which This year members attended a L e originates from Spanish classes. national convention in San Members are students who are Antonio. A banquet was also held interested in the culture and by members of the club. e MEMBERS: Brandon Beecher, Angela Bennett, Kavita Brar, Alvino Castillo, Kevin Cook, John Craig, Tony De Faria, Mark Dugger. John Egelston, Rebbeca Egelston, Lorre Epstein, Jose Estefano, Aaron Flores, Lois Flores, Dub Goodman, Mary Gregorich, Anne Holman, Jill Hyde, Betty Johnson. Laurie McCrary, lose Martinez, John Monslave, Jim Muir, Francisco Ortiz, Martha Ortiz, Lisa Parelli, Melissa Quirk, Dania Rivero, Franciso Rodriguez, Lisa Rodriguez, Isaac Rousso, Susan Russell, Kirk Rutherford, Jack Sapoznikov, Brian Shear, Lydia Tom- linson, Bill Umana, Angie Vasquez, Manuel Vasquez, Bart Velazquez, Randy West, Kevin White, Cindy Yeilding, Beth Young, Jenny Young OFFICERS: ileft to rightj, Jenny Young, Pan American Student Forum Chairman: Cindy Yeilding, vice-president: Kirk Rutherford, president: Rebecca Egelston, secretary-treasurer Scuba Diving Club begins first ear at TI The Scuba Diving Club began rivers. In the fall, Mr. Brady, its first year at TJ this year. the club's sponsor, took the club Membership in the club is on a special trip to San Marcos, limited to certified divers and Texas for a dive. students working on their Members of the Scuba Diving T pr certification. Club would like to see the club i The club tries to make one continued as they feel it provides SPONSOR dive a month. Dives are usually valuable experience for TJ MI' Robert Brady made at various area lakes and students. FRONT ROW: Qleft to rightb, Sheryl Week, Mr. Brady, Mike Margules, Bunny Bitter. Fritz Bates, David Bitter. SECOND ROW: Bruce Lonnie McCaski11, Andy Jones, Vincent Oliver ! JW .Q I ' TENQW Q om X L 1 x iiQ K QQ,U4 fx emifx ,N f- "V, fx Nffxp, O WN N Q9 xfwx Q 2, Km f -V O . M lf, f F Y E .3 ' i , F K M W me wwe, xlkabiy f .T3Qiii5 QXH K A Q y nhhw .mg L T1 . A P. fb. NX wx I ,R . QQ' X v VWQTW xi -H5 CBQ, fX'm.aijAX:vQ x .4. KY .,x..,, Cvgzxxa gi, Xjfi' XTNXQ-, XQ,,,,AA XXX, X-xxgaxf N X361 T154- A . xg ,X f L- bu A KJ -X . ..,. A v.,. qwigjswg Q27 1, gui x ku: ., 4A, LW-aXxikv,, , X. Em 193, ix T253 A f f fl ,ff 'VV ,- 91 Awww 1 5 K f . W. + , f Q, L , V if , cl W. O K L62 ij? . 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They also won the Super Star Squad for which they had to coordinate stunts, jumps , and pyramids. The Cheerleaders have put in a great deal of time planning original assemblies and attending all the athletic events to unite school spirit behind our teams and the many long hours have paid off . SPONSOR: Mr. Larry Curry ,ff if ff Tami Apperson Paul Cleaveland Jana Del-laven Martha Esquivel Missy Russell Missy Shipman I oss Tim Short Kellie Wine Thomas Jefferson Mascot a s i yls,m,'YT- ,", W 1' ,74i?5,,'fflf',,A if . .f , fl" ,g g , i 7 1 pat, ,. V- gil' M, -- 2 Q iii- . -nw. .. E, is : LQYE5., sw-. 57. 43 7 p ! ! it X , . 4 E . i if 3 3 1 1 A .A it 1976-1977 IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ROW qleft to rightl Kim Hall, Kristi Kendrick, Laura Foster, Anne Holman. STANDING: Liz Swenholt, John Huffman. UNPIC- 0:- Ei o .- '4.. :J Q w .- 4: xv :I W Pl ru F' H. o 5 F4 o :S wil as? A, as agfaw? ,magyef , Q 1 . . Ein Q, f FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS rightj. Sally Smith, Debbie Jackson, Yvonne Sanchez. Buford, Priscilla Lozano Q sf The 1976-1977 Junior Varsity cheerleaders contributed greatly to J V sports by promoting school spirit for those sports both around school and at the events. with the addition of the ninth grade to TJ , Freshman cheerleaders were also added . These girls spent much time and energy creating school interest in, and raising school spirit for Freshman sports. . Q, 099, xaf' . X so Ngo! Nfsfwywxgewvw UNO . m .iidseiifiy 'rQ93'9ijf5"xgJ ts X is ,QW WW 5. ' O FRONT ROW: ileft to righty, Andrew Trescott, William Reed, Levi Chriss, Zac Thompson, Stanley Hammond, Renard Huntley. SEC ROW: Mark Montgomery, Coacli Nance, Coach Stumbo, Edwin Filgo, W. G. Jones, Clifton Lovely, Gary Thomas, Larry Banner, Fred lops, Vemon King. THIRD ROW: Robert Whitfield, A1 Whitfield, Dwain Banks, Mike Carter. Burk Goldthom, Tim Huffman e e i E RONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Darren Staton, T. C. Thomas, Ronald Jones, Greg Graham, Virgil Lee, Tommy Kanes, Jeff Howsley. SECOND OW: Tom Ellis, Donny Strain, James Sergeant, M. J. Marable, Mike Fisher, Curtis Davenport, Joey Mathews, Coach Woodrow, Coach errell. THIRD ROW: Marc Seguin, David Meyer, Mike Baker, Randy West, Carlos De La Garza , Donald Jefferson 242 Patriots Make Good Showing Thomas Jefferson came out even in district play this year, with a 4-4 record. The Patriot team got off to a slow start losing five of their first six games. Their losses to Woodrow Wilson , Samuell and Bryan Adams in the first half of the season were based on turnovers, a problem that was controlled later in the year. The Pats' defeat of Skyline, Lincoln, Hillcre and Spruce gave them a winning C4-3-OJ record at the time of the White game. Despite lots of enthusiasm the Pats were not able to defeat the Longhorns. The final 20-'7 score does not reflect the close , ferocious battle that occurred between the tt teams at their homecomings. Nevertheless , T .J. will be experienced, tough, and the team to beat next year. l COACHES: Cleft to rightb, George Woodrow, Joe Ferrell, Corky Nance and Allen Stumbo HEAD COACH: Allen Stumbo .sf MANAGERS: Cleft to rightj, Mark Montgomery, Andrew Trescott, Jeff Howsley Dwain Banks Quarterback to f are Mike Fisher Guard . , - Q ,1 .k.Vh . Joey Mathews Defensive Guard T. C. Thomas Split End Carlos DeLaGarza Guard K wif? , ,. '- 1135 L itgqgfnfg-: - 2 F- -H, W. G. Jones Running Back K I -I Q 5 5 .N ,. ... 9, w ow? K, . a n ?A .155, az N is f:....,,..,.,,..... f-gc We f Y ' K -- ,,.,maa N f,3gs,5ggQx,,ae,i-N Y-Sai 1 54 awe ffm, .si - 1 ' 1 harm. 4' ' .. A Q. - ,Mfr William Reed Defensive Tackle F' va 0... k ,, ' 4 ,1 r 1 5 .,, -I . t h , ' ft , f--A:-Q 1' tawfgggzffrf- if f1w? "'9' .fifvf . ff Zac Thompson Defensive Tackle Tom Ellis Quarterback . ., ' w as gat' QA, ' .M QT" . Lki? fffi . r.,.,.f ...s ., . ff Q: ' -313, ,,::f?r'?i Vernon King Linebacker Donny Strain Tackle . 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A e sas, 4. ,ay--i - -.fjzmsgw ,- a ni- .-r-rgigy.-,.-fsq wzgg asa Mxi":x'ia, 295515 - .t - a,-fra.: Gary Thomas Linebacker 243 A4 , . .tx Darren Staton - Starting Line Ups Q ,Qs , Don Jefferson Flanker Back - if-f 152 ff we , f 5 as 4 .sw ,, ai ...W f., 3 em -NA ,.. ,X X E .4 as I I W . 1 2 -W ...X W., xg ' X' WS: nigga Y? s A sf X -1,1 avi XM' f is Q 3 iii 2 mrsw' if 2533 ts i -..:-zur'-2 fm fain'- 'ms 1 Levi Chriss Defensive Back A1 Whilfield Tight End Curtis Davenport Defensive End ' if 'swwb'-"USS:-4 A ,. ' ' U ..l, , LVLL VWK: 5 ' sl - u f- gf, Q ss zsw - : , f s 331 is A s Mike Carter Stanley Hammond Tackle Guard M 4 x-N .. s15.s,...,.p',4,s ',s,,,3 ,uw . Marc Seguin Ronald Jones Defensive Tackle Defensive Guard mms 'wg sf' i Q . , ' IT-' i Q W' 'If' l:" ' :' ' 1-1122154fa.-11122Eet2al11i", af. ' 'fr-H w2,sf1Ys.':m-Z. 1-'Es -' sms me M. J. Marable Randy West Defensive Back Linebacker A fa Q f A .emaatlitu aw- 2 3 t 1 ,,,. 1 1 , wi 114 n ' David Meyer Quarterback Burk Goldthorn Center I v ,N . , e 2.4 G I-'-h W,hW 4 V ff ' mum K - , - Q ,tkiwt ' 'f 'f" ii?Z3 31 N Greg Graham Defensive Guard ai, , ' 3. -.r eg.. ,, , ,-W xg, Q 'F . 5, f-3 K eyes , ,E ' 'Q C .,,.. lzfg-ig," , Ami ,ghgv " Q ,Q Q" g -'Q - ' 2:1 1 NW' u- sw '- 1' r 'Y If e fffe 3 - it A - LPA' L n,:, ,,--1 . ,. Q:-. rf :xi f ,.,c..t.,., .,, Fred Billops Linebacker Larry Banner Running Back ,. -w+g,,- r N-V f r...afmr.r, ug! i iff W H' ' -H , 1 ' K f if ii: F fri TLS-fy: A , A . K ' 1 '21 Y X Q ww wg fix? 2 are -gg at w A Q .Q is r X 'iw 'Vw x Q -Ag E W J. as BS N if Q 1 Q K ., V' . 1, Q n .2 , ,M R., is 2 WA Lg hx ef k R ,J gy me Q5 ,pf if Q. " 9 sk -1 51 5 ,tv wa ' f e ,fr Tommy Kanes Tim Huffman James Sergeant Guard Tackle Split End er vi A" H X fa 4 : W M . L l' egg, fi " ' n, ...r t. f Z" ., -.0 .' -ff H 2 7 Mike Baker Defensive Tackle Renard Huntley Defensive Back Virgil Lee Defensive End 245 46 Wildcats Whip TI The district opener for TJ proved to be a disappointing loss at the hands of Woodrow Wilson , 23-12. The Pats' six fumbles and two interceptions were the means used by the Wildcats to take the Pats with three T .D . 's and one field goal. The Patriots' first scoring drive came late in the 3rd quarter with a 6 yard run by Darren Staton. With 8 minutes left in the game, the 2nd TD came on a 25 yard run from Duncan Thompson: both P.A.T. attempts failed. Spartans Spear Pats Mistakes plagued the Pats again as they were defeated by the Samuell Spartans, 19 to 7. The Pat's only score came in the first period on a one yard dive by Edwin Filgo. The 7-0 lead lasted until the second quarter when Samuell tied it up. The score was 7-7 at the half and the third period was scoreless. In the 4th quarter the Spartans scored twice more , missing both P.A.T . for a final 19 to 7 score . TI Romps Raiders Thomas Jefferson chalked one up in the win column as they defeated Skyline 21-13 at Loos Field . The big play was a 101 yard interception by Renard Huntley. Another score by M. I . Marable put the Pats on top 14-0 at the half. The Raiders then scored twice , but the tough Pat defense held Skyline at 13 points. The Pats put one more score on the board with 3:10 left in the game to make the final score 21-13 . B.A. Sneaks by TI Defense was the story as the B . A . Cougars squeezed by TJ . 6-0 at Loos Field. The only score came when TJ fumbled a punt on their own 42 yard line with 1:13 left in the half, and B.A. threw a 42 yard pass to make the score 6-0 . The second half was a defensive battle and the game ended with the Cougars on top 6-O. 247 Pats Tackle Tigers In their game against Lincoln the Pats scored first on a 1 yard run by Duncan Thompson after which the 2 point conversion attempt failed . Lincoln scored on a 21 yard pass in the 2nd quarter to make it 7-6 at the half. During the 4th quarter TJ scored on a 86 yard pass from Dwain Banks to M. I . Marable. The 2 point P. A. T. attempt was good , raising t.he Pats to a 14-7 lead. A TI fumble on TJ 's 19 yard line set up the final Tiger score but the P.A . T . failed, giving the game to TI 14-13. my ' iii Xt 1- W., ,, 4 TI Handles Hillcrest The first half of the game was a defensive battle . Though the ball moved up and down the field , neither team scored until the 3rd quarter. The game's lst score came on a 3 yard run by the Panthers. A 7 yard run by Dwain Banks tied the game. The kickoff was returned 75 yards by the Panthers to recover the lead 13-7 . In the 4th quarter Carlos DeLaGarza recovered a fumbled punt and Larry Banner put the Pats over with a six-yard run to lead 14 to 13. A pass interception by M. I . Marable led to the Pats' final score on an 11 yard run by Darren Staton. The game ended with the Pats winning 21-13. x 4 Pats Scalp Apaches TJ gained their 3rd straight victory by edging out the Spruce Apaches 10-'7 . The Patriots' lst offensive action was on a 1st quarter punt which Don Jefferson returned 91 yards for the Pats' only TD. With the Patriots' second possession in the lst quarter, they scored on a 42 yard field goal by David Meyer. In the second half the Patriots put on a fine defensive show, allowing no score with 2 interceptions by M. J. Marable and a fumble recovery. The Apaches scored late in the 2nd quarter on a short dive . They were unable to score again in a 10-7 TJ victory. Horns Snag Patriots W.T.W. 's defeat of TJ was a great isappointment, breaking a 3 game winning streak or Jefferson. On the opening series of downs, a pass rom Meyer to Donald Jefferson resulted in an 80 ard run called back because of a holding penalty . he Longhorns scored twice before the half, missing he first PAT and making a 2 point passing onversion to make the score at the half 14-0 . ln the rd quarter Staton scored for TJ on a 61 yard run with . A . T . good by Meyer. White scored once more efore the end of the game but missed the P.A.T. to ake the final score 20-'7 . 24 250 TJ. TJ. TJ. TJ. T.J. TJ. TJ. TJ. TJ. . . Tunes Pla ers for Varsity Year The J . V. football team came through with a 4-5- 1 season record this year, which did not really reflect the team's tremendous amount of talent. Once again, Coaches Turner, Neeley, and Daily did a fine job of tuning the I .V. players for next year's varsity team . Returning Varsity and J. V . players should make next year's Patriots stronger and quicker, one of Jefferson's best. 14 3 14 47 13 0 17 13 9 Grand Prairie White Samuell Skyline Bryan Adams Lincoln Hillcrest Spruce White JUNIOR VARSITY COACHES: Cleft to rightb, Gerald Turner Neeley . and Charles Daily Q Q J gf FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightl, Eric Biskamp, Royce Howard, Ken White, Anthony Rainwater, Roger Richardson, Cortelyou Nelson Chriss, John Simmons, Bland Bedford, Randy Johnson, Johnny Colbert. SECOND ROW: Adam Hornquist, Coach Turner, Kyle Bradfield T Jones, Robert Flores, Mark Richards, John Silverthorn, David Acosta, Tony Alcala, Henry Astrada, Mike Tousa, Efram Hernandez Jackson, Coach Neeley, Coach Daily. THIRD ROW: Pat Batchelor, John Zenkner, Kevin White, Robin Stirrnan, Walter Wilkinson Burt, Ron Stevens, Craig Robbins, Jim Wood, Lawrence Sandoval, Skip Smith. Jerrell Johnson . 9 Sarnuell 8 . 30 Adamson 0 . 8 Skyline 14 . 8 Bryan Adams 38 . 8 Spruce 29 . 6 Lincoln 12 . 8 Hillcrest 14 . 17 Wilson 27 . 17 White 10 Freshmen Have Tough Season The freshmen got off to a strong start this year, winning the first two games. The team ran into some problems and finished with a 3-6-0 season. The highlight of the Freshmen's year came when they played W. T. White. The final score of 17 to 10 made up for any disappointment suffered during the . , A season. The experience from this year should prove useful when the freshmen return to play on the J . V . and Varsity teams. FRESHMEN COACHES: Chuck Anderson and Ken Horton lf' ea Q We for s .,, 1 .aw if X LS !'KY7c'rliIfgf1iiaf -' ' r ROW Cleft to rightb James Percival Jay King Larry Shields Henry Menza, Gerald Harding, Randy Johnson, Steve Jefferson, Robbie mn, Jimmy Hogg, Willie Nichols, Kenny Morgan, Vemon Van Brunt, Pete Peterson. SECOND ROW: Coach Horton, Jeff Cox, Eugene . Jo n Tacker, Greg Sprinkel, Kerth Martin, Ronald Richardson, Casey Durrah, Yuri Gonzales, Ken Reeves, Antonio Chavira, Craig Otis White, Craig Hamilton, Coach Anderson. THIRD ROW: Phillip Paramore, Mitch Donald, Mark Conner, Gregg Baker. Many Adam Rodriguez, Jeffrey Williams, Rodney James, Orlando Williams, Weldon Ware T , 9 i w N ,N ,pf 'L y ll? If is S...-f -'55 4 Mike Boykin Carl Frazier Sam Freeman Jeff Nelson Lew Kennedy Jeff Nelson A1 Whitfield David Webb David Mitchell Rodney Masters Kenneth Dixon Mike Boykin Raymond Ojeda Chris Mahoney Carl Frazier Sam Freeman Dondi Rhone Dondi Rhone 6'O 5'11 6'1 6'0 6'1 6'O 6'O 6'0 6'O 6'2 6'O 6'2 6'1 Guard Guard Forward Guard Forward Guard Forward Guard Guard Center Forward Center Center David Webb A Kenneth Dixon Rodney Masters 5.3 Al Whitfield - .ag David Mitchell 255 Varsity Basketball Builds The Thomas Jefferson basketball team was not as strong as it could have been this year, but the many varsity players who will return next year will help round out the team. The Patriots, who won 3 and lost 8 district games, highlighted their season during the two W T White games. The Pats won each handily, the first by a score of 67-57, and the second fthe final game of the seasonj the Patriots won 68-53. David Mitchell was VARSITY DISTRICT SCHEDULE 60 ---- ---- H illcrest 63 ---- ---- B ryan Adams 49 ---- ---- W oodrow Wilson 67 ---- ---- W hite 58 ---- ---- L incoln 79 ---- ---- S amuell 59 ---- ---- H illcrest 61 ---- ---- S pruce 56 ---- ---- S kyline 52 ---- ---- W oodrow Wilson 68 ---- ----- W hite Selected the Pals' most Valuable 1977 Basketball Queen: Donna Gates COACH: Andy cargne player . Whitfield blocks Wildcat attempt. ti, A TI Varsit h ' ' Thomas Iefferson's varsity team stomped W. T. W S e White in both of their district meetings this year. The Pats led the Horns through most of each of the games, and beat them by scores of 67 to 57 , and 68 to 53. W. T. White wound up winless in district play this year. Lew Kennedy pops for two Whitfield prepares to rebound . I W Q Freeman scores over Wildcats Hillcrest takes T.I. Hillcrest disappointed TJ in their district opener this year, defeating the Pats by a score of 64 to 60 . The game was close , with a Hillcrest rally in the final two minutes giving them the game . The score of the second district game was '73 to 59 , in favor of Hillcrest. 257 T.I. Loses to Woodrow Woodrow Wilson defeated the Patriots this year in both district games. The Pats held a lead until midway through the first game , but Woodrow came back in the second half to win, 63-49. The second game was dominated by Woodrow, with a final score of 65-52. B.A. Over Pats Thomas Jefferson played the fine Bryan Adams team a good game this season, truly losing only the final quarter. The game was an offensive battle, at which BA proved more adept. The final score of 69 to 63 gave the game to Bryan Adams. Lincoln Defeats T.I. In their fifth district game the Patriots were downed by Lincoln, 62 to 58. Lincoln's fast breaking, as well as TJ's failure to set the ball up, allowed Lincoln to win the game by four, although the lead had varied throughout the game. Patriot gets nudged at jump 'WW lfkyy W ,. .,,..,..,..,f ., 1, ' f - ,,.. W' f ,, A 991' Patriots set up to score YQ Kennedy lays up two points Freeman blasts for a two-pointer Samuell Squeeze-S Past Tl lost their district meeting with Samuell by only one basket, in overtime. The two teams seemed evenly matched as the lead went back and forth, and each team seldom had more than a two-point lead. At the end of the exciting fourth period, the score was tied '79 to '79, but Samuell pulled it out by two points in the overtime play . Pats Subdue Spruce A last minute turn-around brought the Patriots to victory in the game against Spruce. The Pats had to overcome a ten-point deficit in the fourth quarter to win, and make their district record two wins and six losses. The final score was 61 to 58 , TI's victory. Skyline Downs TI A cold first half and numerous turnovers proved strong handicaps for the Pats' fourth period rally. Missed free-throws in the final minutes also added to the Patriots distress, as Skyline poured it on. TJ ended up on the short end of the final score of the contest, 62 to 56. I.V. Basketball Team expected to shine Coach Woodrow's I .V . basketball team had one of their best seasons this year, losing only five of their 26 games all season. They went 9 and 2 in district competition this year, and are expected to be district champs next year. Sophomore Robert Essex was the team high-scorer this year, and 6'5" freshman Craig Robertson contributed heavily . Many .V. 1 '11 t t 1 th .V. 't t . I p ayers wr re urn o p ay on e I or V3IS1 y teams nex year COACH: George Woodrow t w t FRONT ROW: Cleft to righth. John Zenkner, T. C. Thomas, Kevin Suber, Robert Essex, W.G. Jones. SECOND ROW: Coach Woodro Douglass Easley, Tony Bishop, Craig Robertson, David Lefall, Dwain Banks, Jack Bubel T.I. Freshman Basketball Team excels in first ear B4 20 ROW: Cleft to rightl, Anthony McCuin, Kennedy Estes, Darrel Sweeny, Fritz Richardson. Gerald Harding, Kenny Morgan Od1s SECOND ROW: Willie Nichols, Jimmy Hogg, Robbie Thompson, Mark Conners, John Pendleton, Stevie Jefferson, Randy Johnson James COACH: Ken Horton TI TI TI TJ TJ TI TI TJ TJ Tl TI 54 I.V. District Schedule - - - - - - - -Hillcrest - - - - - - - -Woodrow Wilson ---- ----Bryan Adams ---- ----White ---- ----Lincoln ---- ----Samuell - - - - - - - -Hillcrest ---- ----Spruce ---- ----Skyline - - - - - - - -Woodrow Wilson ---- ----White Defending Cit Soccer champs take district The Patriot soccer team, which won city last year, was narrowly defeated by W. T. White in its bid for city this year. The undefeated Patriot team clearly lost the first of the 3- game series, but the second game was much closer. After the regulation play was over, neither team had scored . The game went into overtime, double-overtime , and sudden-death overtime and still no one scored . The two and a half hour struggle ended in a contest of goalies, and White proved superior. The final score was 6-5, W.T. White. COACH: Doug Carter Marc Seguin shows off footwork. Barnabe scores upside-down. FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Rafael Chavez, Wayne Lopez, Edgar Duarte. Greg Howell, Steve Kissner, George Vourakis, Mack Ayola. SECOND ROW: Tony De Luna, Sammy Veloz, David Lawler, Marc Seguin, David Meyer, Mike Curtis, Scott Lawler, Tony Alcala Tony Alcala Mike Curtis it 44, fiffl 1 'I "' A ' , , , M k , A 1 W7-J ' an Q- ,Q mi' .. - . 3':'gy14,f:" ,,f:,. 1 ,y , gf,-.gf 3 at 5' T S' Q ta n g " ,L ff5ZQ, 2Zz,, 1,3.,' V f v. , , .,.mw. 4. ff J- af -:H , , .f 1 .w,.4,.a,, 1, 4.9 , we , ' vena .- J ff, em-' ' aft.. ' 'fmt af? QQ: , QW:-' ' . ', J 5fi','f'T 4-'kim' .1'!,,.J,i'QNZf4if RW- " X if . -" I 1. :' A -. ff"- f"'. 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' WW -f . ami.. 5 .r-if 6- - 0 . .- A .,,mW,. i f..: ,I Scott Lawler l Wayne Lopez David Meyer Marc Seguin Sammy Veloz George Vourakrs Junior Varsit Soccer Team Premieres The Junior Varsity Soccer Team made its premiere Their most outstanding game was against Madison, this year, under the leadership of Coach Carter. The who they slaughtered 22-1. The high scorers of the and sense of competition added a great season were Gilbert Perez and Barnabe Pineda. to the Thomas Jefferson sports department. ROW: Cleft to rightj, Gilbert Molina, Barnabe Pineda. Gilbert Perez, Manuel Mendoza, Bert Wilhelm. SECOND ROW: Russell Moore, Mendoza, Carlos Ortiz, Adam Rodriquez, Dean Sheppard, John Wiggins, Tim Olson, Lewis Langston, Pat Vail, Kenneth Richardson. COACH: Douglas Carter 265 Swim Team Makes Big Splash The 1976 Swim Team was under the new leadership of Coach Sally Lundburg. With the help of seven returning lettermen, the team displayed excellent potential, particularly the boys' medley relay. The team practiced every morning from 7:00 to 8:30 and every afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30. Throughout the year they attended approximately nine meets, some as far away as Wichita Falls and Austin. These included TISCA, Bishop Dunn, and SMU Relays. Manager Jennifer Randle and Coach Sally Lundburg FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, David Bitter, Marie Lewis, Lynn Reitzammer, Sharon Spooner. Landa Rigsby, Tim Donnelly. SECOND Mike Wall, Kathy Koon, Sandy Johnston, Susan Week, Linda Krummenacher, Mark Mechler. James Muir. THIRD ROW: Coach L Jennifer Randle, Stefani Hernandez, Linda Bess, Steve Cobb, Tom Muir, Warren Haroldson, Clair Krummenacher, Bob Bybee, Holly fuss . Linda Bess, Torn Muir. me 'NING LETTERMEN, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Linda Bess, Stefani Hernandez, Muir. SECOND ROW: Bob Bybee, Holly Dolfuss, Steve Cobb, Warren Haroldson. BMW 'H LOOK! ! ! Somebody dropped a penny! MEDLEY RELAY: fleft to rightj, Tom Muir, Warren Haroldson, Steve Cobb, Bob CAPTAINS: Cleft to rightj, Steve Cobb, 267 FREESTYLERS, FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightl, Linda Bess, Susan Week, Stefani Hernandez, Linda Krummenacher, Sharon Spooner, Mike SECOND ROW: James Muir, Warren Haroldson, Steve Cobb, David Bitter. THIRD ROW: Tom Muir. FOURTH ROW: ion bankj, Sandy ston, Landa Rigsby, Kathy Koon, Lynn Reitzammer. BACKSTROKERS, FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Marie Lewis, Tim Donnelly. SECOND ROW: Lynn Reitzammer, Steve Cobb. BREASTSTROKERS: Cleft to rightj, Linda Bess and Bob Bybee DIVERS: Mark Mechler and Holly Dolfhuss. BUTTERFLYERS, FIRST ROW: Cleft to rightj, Linda Krumme- nacher. Stefani Hernandez. SECOND ROW: Warren Haroldson, Clair Krummenacher. "You mean you aren't supposed to breathe underwater?" 26 T.I. Track Team One of Best in District 1977 VARSITY TRACK TEAM, FRONT ROW: Cleft to righty, Carl Kennedy, Frankie Parramore, Larry Wesley, T. C. Thomas, M. J. Ma h R M'ddleton. SECOND ROW: A1 W1'HIf161d, Sam Fre ble, Tim Olson, Efram Hernandez, Robert Windsor, John O'Hearn, Greg Gra am, anny 1 man, Mike Carter, Tim Huffman, Gary Cainer, Coach Neeley, Ted Stacy, Craig Robbins, Willie Morris, Anthony Armstrong, Donald I f erson , Barry Irvin X P3 : if L RETURNING SENIORS: Cleft to rightj, David Mitchell, Carl Kennedy, Ranny Middleton, Edgar Duarte, Tim Huffman, Willie Morris, Donald Jefferson, Duncan Thompson, Curtis Caro, Barry Irvin, Curtis Clark LETTERMEN: Cleft to righth, T. C. Thomas, Frankie Parramore, Al Whitfield, Tim Huffman, Ted Stacy, Donald Jefferson Qleft to righty, Edgar Duarte, Jeffrey Johnson. Carl Kennedy, Ranny Middleton, Robbie Thompson, George Rhyne, Duncan Willie Morris, Frankie Parramore, Donald Jefferson, Larry Wesley, M. J. Marable, Perry Finney SHOT PUT: fleft to rightb, Greg Graham, Robert Windsor, Tim Huffman, Mike Carter MILE RELAY: fleft to rightj, Barry Irvin, Willie Morris, Anthony Armstrong Tim Olson Charles Evans Frankie Parramorc. Donald J son, David Mitchell ANCE: Cleft to righth, Tim Olson, Barry Irvin, Anthony Armstrong, John O'l-learn, David Mitchell, Edgar Duarte, Willie Morris Evans, David Smith, Weldon Ware JUMP: Cleft to rightl, Ted Stacy, Gary Gainer POLE VAULT: Cleft to rightb, Efram Hernandez, Craig Robbins 274 Tennis Team O fb , , f -, ut o t e six top competitors, four were returning Rusty Miller, and June Vadala. COACH: Jim Davis FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj. Susan Culver, Lisa Martin, Sheryl Week, Vicki Vescova, Joanna Blair, June Vadala, Margaret Craig, Bennett, Jody Baker. SECOND ROW: Coach Davis, Bob Bybee, Larry evine, ar Miller. Henry Morscheck, Steve Jones. The tennis team's season began February lst. They are playing under a new coach, Jim Davis. Top competitors for TJ this year were Suzie Brennan: girls' singlesg Donna Chisholm and June Vadala: girls' doubles: Bob Bybee: boys' singlesg Randy Gameson and Rusty Miller boys' doubles lettermen They were Bob Bybee, Randy Gameson, RETURNING LETTERMEN AND SENIORS: Cleft to rightj, Karl Schwarz, Rusty Miller, Week, June Vadala, Randy Gameson, Bob Bybee. L ' K lSchwarz, Bill Leak, Roger Hodge, Randy Gameso -fx? SINGLES: June Vadala and Bob Bybee. STATE RANKED SINGLES: Suzie Brennan. DOUBLES: Cleft to rightJ, Joanna Blair, Susan Culver, Randy Gameson, Rusty Miller. 275 76 SINGLES: Cleft to rightb, Steve Jones, Vicki Vescova. Bill Leak. SINGLES: Cleft to rightj, Donna Chisholm and Lisa Martin DOUBLES: Cleft to rightb, Angela Bennett, Sheryl Week, Karl Schwarz, Roger Hodge . DOUBLES: Cleft to rightj, Larry Levine, Angela Krage, Jody Baker, Henry Morscheck. Golf Team f Up to Par TJ 's golf team is under the strong leadership of Coach Charles Anderson. The team competed in eight tournaments. The first tournament was held Fair Day and the "low ba11" was captured by Gene Rios, who shot an 80. The team had two returning lettermen this year. They were Roger Larson and Jack Weaverling. The only senior on the team was Roger Larson. The experience that the underclassmen gained will make TJ the team to beat in the future. COACH: Charles Anderson Q Cleft to rightj, Raymond Cosme, Don Carson, Roger Larson. Coach Anderson, John Bleckner, Jean Rios. UNPICTURED: Jack , John Work. 277 John Bleckner Don Carson Raymond Cosme Roger Larson Gene Rios Jack Weaverling 27 Varsit Baseball looks forward to a good ear COACH: Gerald Turner FRONT ROW: fleft to rightb, Leonard Berry, Roy Rodriguez, Mark Ray, Larry Byars, Kevin Altizer, David Arista. SECOND ROW? Rogers, Henry Estrada, Lew Kennedy, Jimmy Reeves, Carlos DeLaGarza, Danny Baum. THIRD ROW: Bobby Newton, Tom Ellis, Burk Goldt horn, Walter Wiegel, David Meyer, Bruce Iunker, Bobby Seher TJ 's baseball team should be everything they are expected to be this year, and they are expected to be winners. With second year lettermen Kevin Altizer - third base, Burk Goldthorn - catcher, and Bobby Newton - pitcher, they have strong leadership for their already strong team. Coach Turner is once more doing a fine job, and should produce a team this year that will win big. Again this year the team YEAR LETTERMEN: fleft to rightj, Kevin Altizer, Burk travels to Abilene t0.P1ay Abllene Cooper Hlgh' as Bobby Newton well as to Waxahachie . YEAR LETTERMEN: Cleft to rightb, Tom Ellis, Roy Rodriguez, Carlos DeLaGarza, Larry Byars, Lew Kennedy, David Arista, Danny if Kevin Altizer David Arista Danny Baum Tom Ellis Henry Estrada Leonard Berry Burk Goldthom Larry Byars Carlos DeLaGarza Bruce I unker 4 Lew Kennedy David Meyer Roy Rodriquez Bobby Newton Bobby Seher 6 2 4: Mark RAY Jimmy Reeves Danny Rogers ,,,-rf" Walter Wiegel Coach Cargile's I.V. Baseball Team strides toward victory FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Billy Jones, Paul Hamilton, Bill Murray, Mark Mechler, Mitch Donnelly. SECOND ROW: Rocky Bray. Tousa, Jim Wood. Tommy Ballard, John Monsalve. THIRD ROW: Eric Biskamp, Jeff Cristoffel, Mike Baker, Ron Stevens, John Kennedy 1977 I.V. Schedule Coppell at R. L. Turner at White at North Garland at Lake Highlands Tournament Hillcrest at Jesuit at Coppell at White at North Garland at Hillcrest at Waxahachie at Hillcrest at White at Jesuit at TJ TJ TI North Garland TJ Jesuit Coppell White TJ Hillcrest Waxahachie Hillcrest TI TI Baseball Is LOST -WON LOST LOST -WON LOST LOST LOST Iunior Varsity Opponents SPRUCE ------ ---- w ON SAMUELL ------ ---- L osr BRYAN ADAMS -- ---- WON SKYLINE ------------ ---- L OST wooDRow WILSON --- ----woN w. T. WHITE ------ ---- w ON ----Losr ----woN I. V. Volle ball Team Has Winning Season COACH: Sue Graves CAPTAIN: Gina Buffin VARSITY VOLLEYBALL, FRONT ROW: fleft to rightj, Tammy Jackson, Arlene Freeman, Carolyn Buford. SECOND ROW: Sonja Beverly Watson, Catherine Brown. Sandra Hannah, Gina Buffin. UNPICTURED: Missy Baker, Terri Francis. , 20' 'Ti Girls Varsit Basketball place second in district Both the Thomas Jefferson girls basketball teams were successful TJ 46 ---- ---- S kyline TJ 54 --- ---- Woodrow Wilson this year . The Varsity team was TI 39 --- ---- White led by Donna Gates and the I .V. TI 52 --- ---- Hillcrest team was headed up by Kathern TJ 30 --- ---- Bryan Adams Brown and Carolyn Buford. The TJ 35 --- ---- White teams were coached by Mrs. Sue TJ 46 --- ---- Woodrow Wilson Graves . TJ 17 --- ---- Lincoln Both teams went to the zone TJ 46 --- ---- Samuell playoffs and the Varsity team TI 44 --- ---- Spruce won zone , as well as finishing Tl 60 - - - ---- Hillcrest second in district . FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Kathy Glenn, Elois Estes, Carolyn Campbell, Donna Gates. SECOND ROW: Janis White, Angela Williams, Sa Mitchell, Pam Benedict, Sonja McHenry, Deborah Runnels, Gina Buffin I.V. Girls Basketball goes to zone pla offs TJ 28 - -- ---- Skyline 11 TJ 32 - - - ---- Woodrow Wilson 28 TJ 24 - - - ---- White 32 TJ 18 - - - ---- Bryan Adams 30 TJ 36 - - - ---- White 30 TJ 23 - - - ---- Lincoln 25 J TJ 38 --- ---- Samuell 22 COACH: Mrs. sue Graves TJ 36 U' '-" Spruce 18 TJ 25 - - - ---- White 30 FRONT ROW: fleft to righil, Debbie Rios, Glennis Smith, Carolyn Buford, Tammy Jackson. SECOND ROW: Arlene Freeman, Sandra Howell KaLhern Brown, Sandra Hannah, Rolanda Haggeny, Beverly Watson Girls Track Team shows great potential Under the new management of Mrs. Sue Graves, the girls track program has greatly expanded. The large increase in interest has brought many talented runners into the program , and this should be TJ 's finest year yet. The girls compete in several meets the most important and competitive of which is the district meet in which the girls may qualify to letter. COACH: Mrs. Sue Graves FRONT ROW: Qleft to rightj, Tammy Jackson, Rolanda Haggerty, Anne Holman, Lorre Epstein, Carolyn Campbell, Narnice Johnston OND ROW: Carol Rodriguez, Shelia Johnston, Stacey Dunagan, Kay Hurder, Linda Forge, Glennis Smith. THIRD ROW: Leslie Aker, Friend, Lynlee Brownlee, Dorothy McGuire, Gina Smith, Vicky Vescovo, Sherrie Milligan. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Hannah, Kathern Marti Anton, Joyce Howard, Sandra Howell, Kim Bradford Q 1 5 COACH: Mrs. Denise Chamberlain Girls Soccer Team strives toward victor The T.J . girls soccer team, under the coaching of Mrs. Denise Chamberlain proved powerful by going to the city playoffs against Sunset. The team relied on a good strong defense, which had only 4 points scored on them all season. Damaris Perez was the team captain and also the season's high scorer. Mrs. Chamberlain said "I was pleased with the team, and think they will improve next year. 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B5-V SE. xKiXXXx X 1 QR 4 ff X ' ,xwxgigwii--P i ffl' s-+ l95 a beginning of 297 2 Instructors Optimistic About Cadets Colonel Frindell, the Senior Army Instructor at TJ feels that the JROTC program is one of the best courses designed to teach leadership. Through the IROTC program, cadets reach goals through their own effort. "The sophomores and freshmen have shown a great deal of responsibility and willingness to learn in their first year" , says Sergeant Cilio . With the admittance of girls in JROTC , he feels that the corps gets larger and better each year. Colonel Harold Frindell Sergeant Emanuel Cilio .... The Battalion Staff is a group of cadets chosen to leaders of the Thirteenth Battalion. Battalion Commander Brandon Beecher Battalion S-1 Battalion S-2 I . Cadets Worthy of Being Leaders small act as These cadets plan the lessons taught and keep records of promotions and awards earned by the students . Battalion S-3 anie Ashenhart Sara Sanchez Victor Joseph Battalio J Lisa Hilliard Ann Kirby n S-4 Sergeant Ma 'or 'A' Company r .,..,. .. r Of fix-sr FRONT ROW: Cleft to righrj, Cdr. Gram Brenna, Cdr. Dora Velasquez. SECOND ROW: Cdr. Janie Ashenharr, Cdr. Danny Harper, Cdr. Bracken. THIRD ROW: Cdr. Carla Dixon, Cdr. Bart Velasquez fField Firsrl, Cdr. Mitch Inkster, Cdr. Carol Underwooa. FOURTH ROW: Cdr Cleveland Holland, Cdr. Ramada Houston QCompany Sponsorj, Cdr. Sandra Ortega Company Commander Executive Officer First Sergeant Grant Brenna Carla Dixon Carol Underwood 'B' Compan RASS? 0'-rw FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightj. Cdt. Mike Underwood, Cdt. Ingrid Richardson. SECOND ROW: Cdt. Mike Laukoter, Cdt. Kent Ames, Cdt. Lonnie Stone. THIRD ROW: Cdt. Zachary Wilder, Cdt. Si Sok. FOURTH ROW: Cdt. Gary Starks, Cdt. Alfonso Benavides fFie1d Firstj, Cdt. Richardli 1 - ' ' ' gg eston. UNPICTURED. Cdt. L1sa Hxlhard 4Company SponsorJ Executive Officer Company Commander Mrke Underwood David Critzer i Q "CM Compan FRONT ROW: ilefr ro righrj, Cdr. Kent Archley, Cdr. Bill Hodges. SECOND ROW: Cdr. Jerry Dunlop, Cdr Brian Brown CFie1d Firsrb, Cdr. Rene,Dungey, Cdr. Sara Sanchez, Cdr. Lillie Ramos. THIRD ROW: Cdr. Cheryl Meyers, Cdr. Alberro Vaca, Cdr. Mark Teel. FOURTH ROW: Cdr. Regino Lopez, Cdr. Brandon Beecher, Cdr. Mickey Bladergroen Company Commander Firsr Sergeant Kenr Archley Rene Dungey Company Sponsor HD" Compan WW RONT ROW: Cleft to rightj, Cdt. Alice Saucedo, Cdt. Ciela Stout. SECOND ROW: Cdt. Leia Coonie, Cdt. Clayton Vieg, Cdt. David H . 1 . ' , . . I orton THIRD ROW Cdt Marie Angola Cdt Jonathan Tucker FOURTH ROW: Cdt. Debbie Rios, Cdt. Gerard Rozier, Cdt. Penny Waits FTH ROW: Cdt. Tina Benavides, Cdt. Robin Garrett, Cdt. Audrey Webb, Cdt. Maggie Vaca, Cdt. Marsha Dixon 4 First Sergeant Executive Officer Company Commander Maggie Vaca Clayton Vieg Alice Saucedo Company Sponsor 30 4 'GEM Compan FRONT ROW: flefr to righrb, Cdr. Jim Kingston, Cdr. Janell Beecher. SECOND ROW: Cdr. Nathan Woodard, Cdr. Amelia Saucedo Cdr. Lori Owen. THIRD ROW: Cdr. Marvin Gaines, Cdr. Maria Kramer, Cdr. Sachara Walker. FOURTH ROW: Cdr. David Tijerina Cdr. Debbie Parker, Cdr. Rebecca Kroening. FIFTH ROW: Cdr. Q. T. Bell, Cdr. Kirk Rutherford, Cdr. Phillip Morris. Cdr. T Williams First Sergeant Company Commander Executive Officer Jim Kingston Kirk Rutherford Lori Owen Company Sponsor Female Drill Team FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightJ, Cdr. Lisa Hilliard, flixecutive Officerj, Cdr. Alicia Groggs, Cdr. Maggie Vaca. SECOND ROW: Cdl. Janell Beecher, Cdl. Debbie Rios, Cdl. Sachara Walker, Cdr. Alice Saucedo. THIRD ROW: Cdr. Debbie Parker, Cdt. Amelia Saucedo, Cdr. Maria Kramer Male Drill Team Mala .Maya Female Drill Commander Alice Saucedo Drill Team Sponsor Maggie Vaca RONT ROW: Qlefr to rightb, Cdt. Todd Williams, Cdl. Mike Laukoter, Cdr. Alberto Vaca, dt. Danny Harper. SECOND ROW: Cdr. Brandon Beecher, Cdr. Clayton Vieg, Cdt. Kent mes, Cdr. Regina Lopez, Cdl. Gram Brenna, Cdr. Ann Kirby Male Drill Commander Brandon Beecher Drill Team Sponsor Ann Kirby 6 Rifle Team Rifle Team Commander David Critzer FRONT ROW: Cleft to rightb, Mike Underwood, Bill Hodges. SECOND ROW: David Critzer Philip Morris, Brandon Beecher. UNPXCTURED: Jim Kingston, Stephanie Edwards sponsorj 'WY 1977 Military Ball Queen: Maggie Vaca Couples start the Grand March Militar Ball The 20th Annual Military Ball was held the 26th of February at the Baker Hotel. The nine girls who act as sponsors for the Thomas Jefferson ROTC: Janie Ashenitart, Rene Dungey, Stephanie Edwards, Lisa Hilliard, Ann Kirby, Sandra Ortega, Lori Owen, Alice Saucedo, and Maggie Vaca were nominated for the honor of being the 1977 Military Ball Queen. Maggie was elected. Music for the dance was provided by the 315th Air Force Band, Texas National Guard . G2 it 315 Air Force National Guard Band ft ' 7' 31? W ,,. ,Mgt A 'H ' WN fin' 6, , f fiifsfw mtl 1-yW23.gi3.g , g - Iff ii? '- , U J, fmt, : , , . -. , Q .,, The Reviewing Stand 307 308 1 , , LL-' 'f LVLAL f SUPERINTENDENT: Dr. Nolan Estes BOARD MEMBERS: Cleft to rightj, Glyn Strothersg Kathlyn Gilliam: Sarah Haskins, board vice presidentg Bill Hunter. board president Estes, general superintendent: Emmett Conradg Robert Medranog Charles Fletcher: Bradford Lapsley. UNPICTURED: Gene Smith. eip Dear TJ Student Body, Congratulations! You have handled a year of change in the outstanding TJ way. We have added the ninth grade to our school organization for the first time . This addition caused some major adjustments in the use of space and in the activities of our school. Because of your enthusiasm, cooperation, and efforts, the changes were made with very few problems. TJ school spirit and tradition were continued in the excellent performance of our students in each activity of the 1976-'77 school year. This level of performance is especially important because it was done at a time of some confusion and uncertainty. This achievement will provide the foundation for building a stronger and better school. Thank you for your efforts and for caring for T.J . Sincerely , 6 , , 44.1 ,J GL. JERRY Form North Dallas End Each assistant principal is responsible for certain functions of the school. Mr. Guerrero is in charge of the business office and the finances of the school. , E21 ' s :eau 1 ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: Mr. Louis Guerrero Mr. Nunn handles the scheduling of the weekly calendar and is also responsible for dealing with discipline problems. Mr. Washington is in charge of the smooth running of the attendance office. Mrs. Brown, as Dean of Instruction, is responsible for the instructional program and curriculum development . ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: Mr. B111 Nunn DEAN OF INSTRUCTION: Mrs. Edwina Brown ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: Mr. R. L. Washington 'M .Wt WG M -' 1- 'fr sssr 2 QA4 x wQ?L55i? i Mrs . Margerine Barkley Mrs . Violet L'Hommedieu K ' 1 r f , t 1 . 1 ,Q M., Vg - :Nfl sgffssfg 153 , 'U' Si- K I .. - k T5 X, 2 1 K F Mr . Robert Greer Miss B. D. McAda ! Miss Sue Melton Mrs. Dorothy Redington COUNSELORS' CLERKS: Cleft to rightj, Mrs. R. Shapiro and Mrs. O. Corry. 313 4 ff 5 5 ., . in Pri I f'-View .. Mrs. Kay Eby Eng. III, IIIBg Iourn. I, Il. B.A. in Journalism, U.T. an Austin 6' Mai . f if At' Y Qgaf. ""' if X I G , Mrs. Jane Himgen Eng. I. B.A. in Eng. , Univ. of Montevallog M.A. in Eng. , SMU l la ing? Mr. Tom Brewer Miss Ginny Cole Drama, Eng. Il. B.S. in Ed. , . , Eng. III, IIIA, IIIB. BS in Ed. , NTSU KSU Mrs. Betty C10 Harris Mrs. Jeri Frost Eng. II, III: Swimming. B.A. , Eng. II, IIB, IV. B.A. in English TCU SMU ,ff"""'- ,E Mrs. Barbara Hobson Mrs. Belinda Lowe Eng. ll. B.S. , Bishop College Eng. I, III. B.S. in English, College x 2 ,V 'V V ' , X We I Xing Mrs. Harriet McGee Miss Betty McLain Mrs. Frances Moore Reading Improvementg Eng. II, III, Eng. IV, IVB, A.P.q Humanities. Eng. III, IV, IVA, IVB. B.A. , IV. B.A. , Missouri Central M.A. , SMU U.T. at Austin Methodist: M.A. . U. of Missouri X ,ft "K Mrs. Ioella Stokes Eng. I. B.A. , Arkansas: M.A ETSU QYZI3' my y ,X x my N ,i y N1 ,wks ,,, 4' if 5, 1 y Vi .11 Mrs. Betsy Wiles Eng. CS. B.A., Baylor: M.A., U. En of Houston .. , 'E g. Mrs. Kathleen Walker Communication Skills ing II III B A U T at Ausirn Mrs . Lillie Thomas JJ J -is .V Juv' Reading. B.A. , SMU 3, . , . . - . . . M N yup! :L 4 I, I I S AJR, Ni A L Air! 'gr' fs fjvl sr' N ,rg.S"'l?i ,Off jf! VX Y ww , F1 X I PF 'agjf LP XL , 'J E V N f if ,f V xv," . 1 K xJ' S' I , , .ff If ff I ., is , X F- . . X KNR 'J 47 V x r Lf X f "' N ,ff gf' I R L-f' ff' Aff I NJ" L lvvv A V Y E, ff' I Qfjfx J F3 x g Q L JV , '2'.' 5 1 ':..-, ,, , ,V 'I - f P f- 1 xl .f 1 7' wi- 1 XJ!! ,fvx do if jill i in 1 ' IV ,KJ so N' J' 1 QXQX if' f I f , 1 Xv J! V .I , lf. I L x. X :Pj H bfi- 1 , G tg ,ji wr 4 r SQ' I X AV J, fl JA 'L cj5fx""x9l fl fi' XJEQ-J Q,-fd Qfh fl' W a fc 5 XJ xl 'fs if ov XX' P' I ' 5- N J .I . L , f JI if M 2 G. Z0 3 DTV 1 Y Us L my ' 4 , iff xy ,ff X83 . XJ m9i?. ? . 9 NY!! I., I I JJY7' W I 5 J BV JL f X V 4 U , ,-VA A M , "KN V, Na' 'K X Q Lv!! :mx , 5 .,,, .,V?i,7 W 1 V ,U X ,f yy V l e a ,. I , I 6 I I i.., ' i'ir'ii" Jil" by ,Ny A , f fy-' yyylt ki If If JJ. fjfb ' J X JJ , V , li! Mrs. Myra whmock U f f 55' W' II: speech. B.F.A., sMU X3 X I 'suv' . w .ff -f ' PIN' QM 'DJJ H59 U Rza 3l5 Mrs. Ann Ahrns World History, World Geography. B.A. . Birmingham Southern: M.L. A. , SMU W LL, K , 12.3435-ea SS- Mr. Larry Curry Mr. Tomas Hinojosa Psychology, Sociology B.A. , American History, Mexican Dallas Baptist College: M.Ed. , American Studies B. A. , History NTSU and Government, Pan American Univ. P an 1 JM' 4 ,Y ig , .far - r wig. pf. ' ws '- 75 . ,L S V C J s, 2 . -.,, 5, Mr. Andy Cargile World History, World Geography, American History, Varsity Basketball, 'B' Baseball B.S. , Lon Morris Jr. Collegeg M.S., ETSU Mrs. Janie Ledbetter American History, World History B. S. , Cumberland College Mr. Bill Little American Government, American History, Economics B.S. . M . Ed . , NTSU Mrs. Deborah Pruett World History, World Geography, American History B.A . , History and English, Univ. of Houston ttei t..A as i t I 'ga ,i', 5' " YT gli MMP!! .L Q x N , X, Mrs. Margaret Wise Latin I, II, III, W. History, Amer History M.A. , SMU Mr. Corky Nance American Government, Varsity Football Coach B.A. , NTSU P . . I 7. of 'arg 'X Y' Xi Mr. Allen Stumbo American History, Varsity Football, Head of Athletic Dept. B.S., Texas Tech: M.Ed., NTSU Mr. George Woodrow Black History, World History, American History, Varsity Football B.S. , NTSU Mr. James Neeley American History, American Govemment, Track. B.S. , Abilene Christian College: M.S ETSU H , vs as N . X565 at 9 , ' is Mr. Gerald Turner American Government, Texas History, I.V. Football, Varsity Baseball B.A. , Univ. of Dallas, M.Ed., NTSU 7 Mr. Charles Dailey Physical Science, JV Football, Fresh. Track B.S., ETSU Mrs. Linda Hubbard Mr. Charles Lorincz Chemistry, Adv. Chemistry Biology B.S. , M.Ed. , SMU B.S., M.S., ETSU ii . hsi V -if 1 K+ if 11' Mrs. Irene Penry Mrs. Carolyn Samuell Biology B.S. , SMU: M.S., ETSU Physical Science B.S. , Prairie View AKLM Mr. Jim Davis Health, Tennis. ISCS B.S. , M.A. , ETSU Mrs. Claudine Morgan Biology B.A. , Henderson State Teachers College Mr. Gary Vermillion Biology, Health B.S. , M.S. , ETSU Mrs. Narvella West Mr. Larry Whitlock 3. . . . 1010gy, ISCS II B.S., B1sh0p PhyS1CS, Electrorucs B.S. , ETSU College M. A . , NTSU Mrs. Sue Graves FOM, Intro. Algebra, Girls Basketball, Track B.SE., M.SE. . Henderson State College, NTSU n QW Mrs. Ann McCauley Algebra I. Geometry I QM 320 Q a I saw- X as 1 is WR I s xvggq , .WMM A4 -:.: - V - , . A H Ng Y - s' . V 1 --'11 fall ,,,, .W .-an fy wa:'ww an 'X 1 - Y I is rl r Mr. James Bailey Algebra IQ, Algebra 4Q , Calculus. B.S., M.Ed., NTSU wsu, x x -aims -Maxi' ti 2 . A C iI Mrs. Claudine Hoag Geometry B.A. . TWU Mr. Harley Pinon Intro. Algebra II, Math of Consumer Ed. B.S. , Abilene Christian Collegeg M.Ed. , Auburn University Mrs. Lois Crawford Trig. Analysis, Computer Math Algebra II B.A. , Oklahoma Southeastern State College: M. S NTSU Mr. Edwin Logan FOM II B.A. , East Tennessee State: M.A. , SMU Mrs. Cynthia Ratcliff Algebra I, Intro. Algebra II B.A. , Texas Southern Univ. fiiisub ,.Q..,..,,k 4"""W" "A X Mrs. Mary Selvidge Business Arithmetic , Intro . Algebra. B.S. . M.Ed.. NTSU l Mrs. Bettye Williams .O.A. I, Geometry. B.A. , uston-Tillotson College Miss Sheri Staten MI- Charles Watson POM I, Algebra I. B.A. , Queens Algebl? U- B 5 M E NTSU College: Florida State University M-nf "" ?. X Qf1. WW Jima Q, 11" izilt ififir isg f UUMM X t K, K -s A Mr rw,M,,mm,.,S 'W-'sf .W f xx J 'Qs , . 4. Mr. Jack Cannon Choral Music. B.M., M.S.M. , SMU Miss Marian Cole Art, Humanities. A.B., SMU: M . A . , University of Californi Berkley Mr . Chris Xeros 3.31 My Walter Geyer Mrs Martha Hooprngarner l 1 pamot Symphonic and Stage An B A Umversuy of Missouri Orchestra. B.M. , lurllrardq M Bands B M UT M A MUSIC L'Eco1e Monteux Musique U of Michigan A , A ,Q Mr. Rick Hildalgo English II, Spanish I. B.A. , San Luis Rey College SMU Mrs. Doris Phillips II, 111. IV, English 11. B.A., A. , WTSU Miss Virginia Vaughan II III, IV, V. B. A., UT: Mrs. Yolanda Kennedy Spanish. B.A., SMUQ M.A. , NTSU Mrs. Virginia Rester French I, Spanish I. B.A. , Louisiana College: M. A. , UD Mrs. Marlene Webb German I, II. M.A. , UT LHH UH SS Miss Doris Taylor Spanish I, Government. B.A. , Huston-Tillotson 324 ' ei? ', ffl- -' 2 3 ' f . I .1 , ,, .2 73.5 gg.. si . 9' , MK' 'JV ,QA W, V 1 'git'--?.,.f,4f Mn Q sq! f s.. N .. , ,'.. , .. .' I, a 9 . s .9-Miva -f..-w'15'.ff Mr. Charles Anderson MI- DOl1g121S Carter Physical Education, Health, Driver PhySiC81 Edl1C3li0I1, SOCCSI Coach Education, World History. B.S. , M.A. , Prairie View A8tM Mrs . Denise Chamberlain McMurry College Mr. Joe Ferrell Mrs. Terri Harris Physical Education, Volleyball, Outdoor Education, Football Coach. Physical Education, Team. and Soccer Coach. B.S. , Centenary College B.S..M.Ed.,NTSU B A.E.,SNy.I 5,2 Sal- Emanuel Cilio Col. Harold Frindelt ROTC. University of Delaware ROTC. NDCC, M.A. , New York University WW -. 1 "SP jx K M-xi 1 Mr. Wayne Becker Drafting, Wood. B.S., ETSU . 1 V, 51 : L4 .mi 1. . " ' f f ' W--f , . Mr. Jerry Cramer Plastics, Metal. B.S., M.A., NTSU .f wx if X ,Q M 5, if av S , .. Mr. Robert Brady Metal, Power Mechanics. B.S. , NTSU: M.A. , ETSU X 'X t N F3 I5 45 f Mr. Kenneth Horton Mr. James Patterson Plastics, Power Mechanics. B.S. , WO0C1WOIki11g- B-S- , ETSU ETSU 5 6 ...i .1 I t-gg.-1:22,5-'lgllsgfi,5z1:f'Q'.-ff, gk fgqgk 1 K , F Z ,111 Mrs. Grace Delatour Home Ec. Cooperative Ed. . B.S. . George Peabody College: M.L.A SMU Miss Betsy Book VOE Insurance Lab, Pre- employment Lab. B.B.A., NTSU Z ,., I 1 --'- " .. ' I 1 --., viii. . - 1 -e.r Mr. Charles Gerson Distributive Ed. . B.A. . Iowa State: Certificate D.E. . NTSU MI. Charles Green CVAE Cooperative Ed. . B.S. . Prairie View A8LMp MS.ED. , NTSUg Co. Certificate, ETSU Mr. Lucius L. Cox Industrial Cooperative Training. B.S., M.S., NTSU ,. ,M ...., ,, , x ' K' 2' NE ' ' W . na -.aggni 'WW '-6 ., wt, - 1 Q- Q . 4- 5' P gi ,.,s.a:gf,'Z'i" it-u"1'IQ'r1 ,:aE22j3L55"!72 I ,'-'afxinsft :312'..':..'jL4 55? wif .falwjxghzfif L'.3".'.' - J' '31-45' fx We "A-'w,.'q ' ,.,f,, v .jw,-'ffm u"A,'a, .rat-4,5 0 afuvif .'a,C,". uf.. 1. A '.. 1-.1 Mr. Maurice A. Meals VOE Cooperative Training. B.S. . M.B.A. . ETSU Miss Rita Moore Librarian. B.A. , M.L.S. , NTSU 5' Mrs. Julie Holland History, English. B.S. , ETSU 'Yfztrk' . V Alex!!!- Mrs. Kay Maxwell English, World History, Am. History. B.A., B.S., KU: M.A. Texas AM 1 45 N, H, M r M 4 F V' N W E Www-v-,,, A! X ' ll Wx Miss Carolyn McBride Physical Science, Biology, English, Amer. History. B.S., M.Ed. , TWU Miss Karen Savage Vocational Adjustment I, Il. B.S., OU: M.A. , SMU Rs 5, Doris B1-Qwn Mrs. Wilma Schoenke 1 1, u Study Hall ij l Study Hall ,T 4-W ' T K ' 1 , Q XY , t U UK? J , , J U -rl . X fe Nfl' lj , ft JR! Q l WJ ' FN W LJQXXQ Jef ,lf' iv M ll Support Service and Study Hall rs, Mrs. Dorothea Webb FOM. B.S., NTSUQ M.Ed.. TWU ,, is h Mrs. Roberta Taylor Study Hall 7 1 It Q.. ., J g J, z'.-v iiff, . f V , , M f, if CN. 5, L hz' i Miss Judy Frazier Home and Family Living. Homemaking I. B.S. , NTSU if Y Mrs. Unidell Gordon Consumer Ed. , Home Management, Child Development B.S. , Jarvis Christian College Mrs. Minnie M. Metoyer, Homemaking I, Il. B.S. , Tennessee State f iz , V mf N' I Eh is.. ' ,faq Mrs. Jesusa Gonzales Bookkeeping , Business Law , Typing I. B.A. , Wayland Baptist College Miss Gwendolyn McMillan Typing I, General Business. A.S. , Henderson Jr. Collegeg B.S. , M.E. , ETSU Miss Linda McKinney Typing I, Shorthand I. II. B.S. , Prairie View A8LM E , TT Mrs. Claranelle Weekley Typing I, II. B.S. , SMU s Business STUDY CENTER: Mr. Michael Habush .,.L. .is-,,.., .-.......,i....s -- r- ...M a...,,.., ,xx,.x. I H. .,... ,,,. , ,K W,.,,,.,, V,.w W4 K 5 aasr em, 3 1 ........ R , XV Q., . .-SNS-r .. .W , IM., VM, ,mir , y, immfqiggfg g- ,g 5-:,.a:::s:sff::.-M-srf.. 1. REGISTRAR: Miss Sarah Hardy 3 Y. 1 ,,TW I .W ,,..,k.: ,,.......y S ' W -. W,... ,... I X mire . fi 2 fl: . ,,.. X ' Y, Q f. 7 M' -N5 Z kv I . 15, gb ' ls... ,..h. . . DIETICIAN: Mrs. Bemema Ingalls 2 If Nh J' is W S I A s .Q g :E .s :fl X i I 'I w"""g i Ik as as as as . f . X 5' gr BUSINESS OFFICE: Mrs. Momzie Shiffer HEAD CUSTODIAN: Mr . Joe Digiglio MAIN OFFICE: flefr to rightb, Mrs. Eva Chatham and Mrs. Olene REGISTRAR CLERKS: Cleft to rlghtj, Mrs. Ruby Dunn, Mrs Lindner Garhings. and Mrs. Pat- Holman. 330 , , WW: ,K LIBRARY CLERKS: Mrs. Mrs. Johnnie King . f I . ,A Q 08 W ' , A J , 2 2' if ., 'ff 5 4 Y fi I" ' 'ff are 7 1 4 K E W' if Q A .y Qi' 'f y H.. , - f W ga . ji , M 1 I' of If gg rw U Q ' 8 ZW X 4 9 fi it f , , , Mg sf , eg SP1 I My , A f at fag WM Q 2 2 I Q' F'-fe' 5 2' I Wm' , . 2 5 - " 7 Anne Wilde and NURSE AND ASSISTANT: Cleft to rightj, Mrs. Coleen Cooke and Mrs. Marjory Land. g,g5g,fk,.,sezf3g,iWf .wi . YOUTH ACTION CENTER: Mr. M. W. Poteet YOUTH ACTION CENTER: Cleft IO Iightl. Mrs. Glenda Stevens, Office O. E. Stan- ton, and Mrs. Martha Rozell. ATTENDANCE OFFICE: Cleft to rightb, Mrs. Lupe Hernandez, Mrs. Ruby Pelton, Mrs. Myrallne Hicks, and Mrs. Dorothy Joy. 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To promote football famlly togetherness Frlendly Chevrolet presents a few handy defmrtrons for ladres who confuse a play actlon pass wrth lndrscreet ad vances of the masculme gender Next tlme your u band puts you down stand up and astound hlm wlth your new knowledge He wlll love you for lt' OFFENSIVE TEAM SPLIT END AND FLANKER Players who statlon themselves as far as posslble away from the center of vrolence Charac terlzed by swlftness afoot glue llke hands and a strong aver sron to physlcal contact Unrque rn that they can wear clothes off the rack TIGNT END Usually sober Less fortunate than spllt ends and flankers rn that he must lane up ln perllous proxlmrty to ull tempered opponents Off the treld they are most often seen alone rn heated conversatlon wlth themselves INTERIOR LINEMEN Four huge stolc gentlemen wrth sado masochlstrc tendencles Hlgh parn thresholds Not permltted to play wlth ball Success of team hlnges on therr qulckness strength stamrna and general dlsposltron toward teammates who can play wlth ball CENTER Play begrns when he hands ball to player cowerrng behlnd hum an act of supreme courage Otherwrse seldom notlced except by parents and close frlends Tells Iokes ln huddle to keep team loose Always last ln team popularrty polls FULLBACK A stunted llneman who rs frequently glven the ball and rnstructed to hurl hrmself unto the mlddle ofthe melee Fullbacks bleed a lot they are further characterlzed by rlngrng ln ear tlnaudrble to othersl and expresslve grunts laudable to othersl RUNNING BACK When glven ball runnlng backs wlsely choose to elude opponents by deft footwork felnts and other devlces prompted by stark terror lvlortalrty rate IS depressrngly hlgh Sell Insurance IU offseason QUARTERRACR A center of controversy lsee Nleredrth Don Confesslons of 1960 68l Trles to throw ball to players wearrng same color unlform he wears Nonchalant talks on phone when not playlng Full tame entrepreneur Excels at humlllty ln publlc lnordrnate love of maternal thlngs DEFENSIVE TEAM FRONT FOUR Typical set averages 1000 pounds on the hoof Have Kung Kong strength and klller lnstlncts foam at mouth at slght of quarterback abates somewhat when sand quarterback IS removed from fleld ln mangled preces Under leash ln street clothes LINEBACKERS Three cunnlng savages wlth psychotlc de sure to lnflrct pam and drscomfort Amerlca s most mlsunder stood footballers because they leave thelr teeth ln the locker room Rlng bells on fleld hear bells off freld CORNER BACKS Must be fast runners hugh Iumpers and able to accept blame when other team scores Srts alone on bench Excel at games other than football Spend off season under assumed name SAFETY MEN Aptly named because they are safest dlstance away from gore Have addltlonal responsrbllrty of countmg house when ball not In play Charter members of Hate Sonny lurgensen club Usuallyflrstonesto shower Frrendly s Glossary of Football Termlnology for Ladles was brought to you as a publrc servrce by Frrendly Chevrolet where you always get a smrle a cholce your money s worth Q , l CHEVROLET Lemmon AVENUE A7 mwoon Rollo 526 aan 4 'a.. 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BETTER TOM STAFFORD CYCLE F AMILY Northwest Commerce Bank 2OI WALNUT HILL VILLAGE DALLAS TEXAS 75220 357 82II 110 WEBB ROYAL SHOPPING CENTER DALLAS 29 TEXAS Funwooo 7 0257 FLecTwooo 7 0258 PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY ScI1ooI Supplies - Cosme+ics 34 Trl Alpha TldbltS K1m F1618 Treas Lynn Ham1l1on Ioan H1nman Iuhe Johnson K1m Johnson lv' Mindy McDade - Pres. Brenda Ransom - Sec. Missy Russell Tri- lpha-Bits Presrdent LISB Trndall Vrce Presrdent Kathy Koon Secretary Sandy Johnston Treasurer Ter1 Rubens Chaplarn Susle Week Amlcltla Too' L6Sl16 Aker L1sa Ammon Loly Balbona Tracle Belhng Angela Bennett Karen Brewster Lrsa Chnkscales Ellen Cook Lora Delzell MEMBERS Qtop to bottom left to rrhtb Tam1Chad1ck repre sentatrve Leslre Fallrs treasurer Paula Brggs presrdent Klm Baker Phyllrs Kafs1gr1s secretary Debbre Jackson VICS presr dent Susan Polk hrstonan Lynn Rertzammer Iamre Hundley chaplam Jacqure Bradly Sharon Krssner Norma Jessup Susre Krssner sponsor NOT PICTURED Marta Lewrs Stacey Dungan Iama Eshelman Carolyn Galvan Chnsta Hornbeck L1nda Krummenacher Dorothy McGu1re Rhonda Morgan Jennrfer Randal Mrchele Z1tagl1o Touch Wlth God In C I . I I , l ,X 34 Mr Radro s M PIONEER O BOMAN DUSTR ES 5:21-ur: Q Mo-ronor.A 0 llfllfh? 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HERNANDEZ PRESTON SHOE AND TAII,OR SERVICE ari- Leather Alterations 6135 LUTHER LANE Men s 8: Ladies Alterations DALLAS TEXAS 75225 5 ! E ff'-IQ All-W fr' 'rl a- , Need A Hand rom You ' DVA' -,. ' "A' ' N 21252-1 ,Q 3 . ' .13-5- .t:E5i5gs..: sggz2 53555222 - ,I ' 5-Mgpgar' -.s4:::,.35:.:rzgzgrgzgg... 55151212-' -:ffm -.:,::5g15:5:51gg5-nv:-:-:-.:r-:-:-:-'-:-:-:-.-. 2- - -xt--.1-2:-:-'.--:--1 -zz:-:-1-'-rg.,-Q' -:-:-:-1-g., 332 ---H . 2-H -r -.:p,:,:::,::::::5:51--w-- -.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.,. .www N X Xxx N i s! ,A.: LQ '1': ' flQ......i igi "" IVIUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION 12011 COIT RD. SUITE 105 DALLAS TEXAS 75251 C2143 661-3077 Yes without the support of young people like you the patient services and research programs of the Muscular Dystrophy As- sociation could not be as effective. Youth across America have rallied to help support the fight against neuromuscular diseases-terrible diseas- es that force bright beau- tiful children into braces wheelchairs and short lives. You can help. 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Garey Christi Granberry, Sr. '76 Mr . Louis Guerrero Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hasty Mrs. Travis M. Hilliard -ri Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hunter i' i Mr. Thomas Jefferson Q- Mr. G. T. Kelly i-ll Yi- Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Miller '84 Gloria Orr Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Iere Romine Q The Thomas Jefferson Document Staff would like to thank these people for their patronage. ' . , . .il If - .:.. 5 2 'Q - QQ 4 1 R- - . ig i All-Siar Boosfers Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bitter Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Everett Mr. and Mrs. George DeHaven Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kirby Mrs. Frances Moore Mrs. Gene Morscheck Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Schies Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Sergeant Sr. Thomas Jefferson P . T . A . Thomas Jefferson Reveille Staff Thomas Jefferson ROTC: Company D Thomas Jefferson Swim Team Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Vasquez Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. White The Thomas Jefferson Document staff would like to thank these people for their patronage. JIM? II lullwlr ll i ,lo Q Q 5 .- g .... -ny TQ 3 3' g 366 ADMINISTRATION Kelly, G. T. - 311 Guerrero, Louis - 312 Nunn, William - 312 Washington, R. L. - 312 Brown, Edwina - 312 TEACHERS Ahrns, Mrs. Ann - 316 Anderson, Charles - 277, 324 Bailey, James - 320 Becker, Wayne - 325 Book, Miss Betsy - 227 , 326 Brady, Robert - 232, 325 Brewer, Tommy - 210, 314 Brown, Mrs. Dorris - 327 Cannon, Jack - 192, 194, 195, 322 Cargile, Andrew - 256, 316 Carter, Douglas - 262, 265, 324 Chamberlain, Mrs. Denise - 288, 291, 292, 324 Cilio, M!Sgt. Emanuel - 298, 324 Cole, Miss Marian - 322 Cole, Miss Virginia - 172, 314 Cox, Lucius - 224, 326 Cramer, Jerry - 325 Crawford, Mrs. Lois - 320 Curry, Larry - 14, 15, 236, 316 Dailey, Charles - 250, 318 Davis, Jimmy - 274, 318 Delatour, Mrs. Grace - 218, 326 Eby, Mrs. Kay - 175, 314 Ferrell, Joe - 242, 324 Frazier, Miss Judy - 328 Frindell, Col. Harold - 298, 324 Frost, Mrs. Jeri - 314 Gerson, Mrs. Charlene - 220, 326 Geyer, Walter - 184, 322 Gonzales, Mrs. Jesusa - 329 Gordon, Mrs. Unidell - 328 Graves, Mrs. Sue - 289, 290, 293, 320 Green, Charles - 222, 326 Habush, Michael - 215, 330 Facult Index Harris, Mrs. Betty Clo - 314 Harris, Mrs. Terry - 178, 324 Hidalgo, Rick - 164, 323 Hinojosa, Thomas - 316 Hintgen, Mrs. Flora - 314 Hoag, Mrs. Claudine - 320 Hobson, Mrs. Barbara - 314 Hoopingarner, Ms. Martha - 322 Holland, Ms. Julie - 327 Horton, Kenneth - 251, 261, 325 Hubbard, Mrs. Linda - 318 Kennedy, Ms. Yolanda - 323 Ledbetter, Mrs. Janie - 316 Little, Billy - 317 Lorincz, Charles - 318 Lowe, Mrs. Belinda - 164, 314 McBride, Miss Carolyn - 327 McCauley, Mrs. Ann - 320 McGee, Mrs. Harriet - 164, 315 McKinney, Miss Linda - 329 McLain, Miss Betty - 315 McMillan, Ms. Gwendolyn - 239 , 329 Maxwell, Ms. Kay - 327 Meals, Maurice - 226, 326 Metoyer, Ms. Minnie - 328 Moore, Mrs. Frances - 315 Morgan, Ms. Claudine - 318 Nance, Corky - 242, 317 Neeley, James - 250, 270, 317 Patterson, James - 198, 325 Penry, Ms. Irene - 318 Phillips, Mrs. Doris - 323 Pinion, Harley - 320 Pruett, Mrs. Deborah - 317 Ratcliff , Mrs. Cynthia - 320 Rester, Mrs. Virginia - 228, 323 Samuel, Ms. Carolyn - 318 Savage, Ms. Karen - 327 Schoenke, Mrs. Wilma - 327 Selvidge, Mrs. Mary - 321 Staten, Ms. Sheri .- 321 Stokes, Ms. Joella - 315 Stumbo, Alan - 242, 317 Taylor, Miss Doris - 323 Taylor, Ms. Roberta - 327 Thomas, Ms. Lillie - 315 Turner, W. Gerald - 250, 280, 317 Vaughan, Miss Virginia - 323 Vermillion, Gary - 318 Walker, Ms. Kathleen - 315 Watson, Charles - 321 Webb, Mrs. Dorthea - 327 Webb, Mrs. Marlene - 323 Weekley, Ms. Claranelle - 329 West, Ms. Narvella - 319 Whitlock, Larry - 319 Whitlock, Ms. Myra - 208, 315 Wiles, Ms. Betsy - 315 Williams, Ms. Bettye - 321 Wise, Ms. Margaret - 317 Woodrow, George - 242, 260, 317 Xeros, Chris - 190, 322 PERSONNEL Barkley, Mrs. Margerine - 313 Borgstrom, . Virginia Chatham, Mrs. Eva - 330 Cooke, Mrs. J. Colleen - 331 Corry, Mrs. Olive - 313 Digiglio, Joe - 330 Dunn, Mrs. Ruby - 330 Gathings, Mrs. Norma - 330 Hardy, Ms. Sarah - 330 Hernandez, Mrs. Lupe - 331 Hicks, Mrs. Myraline - 331 Ingalls, Mrs. Beminita - 330 Joy, Mrs. Dorothy - 331 King, Mrs. Jonnie - 214, 331 Land, Mrs. Marjorie - 331 L'Hommedieu, Mrs. Violet - 313 Linder, Mrs. Olene - 330 McAda, Ms. B. D. - 313 Melton, Mrs. Sue - 313 Moore, Ms. Rita - 214, 326 Pelton, Mrs. Ruby - 331 Poteet, M. W. Redington, Mrs. Dorothy - 313 Rozell, Mrs. Martha - 331 Shiffer, Mrs. Montzie Staton, Officer D.E. - 331 Stevens, Mrs. Glenda Wilde, Mrs. Anne - 214, 331 Aa Abbey, Curtis - 129 Aceves, John - 129, 211 Acosta, Albert - 250 Adams, Donna - 141 Adams, Ray - 192, 193 Aker, Leslie - 228, 345 Akins, Consuela - 222, 223 Alaniz, Priscilla - 52, 182 Alcala, Eugene - 153, 195 Alcala, Tony - 250, 263 Alderman, Steve - 141, 192, 193 Alderson, Amy - 141 Aljaser, Catalina - 52 Almond, Sherri - 129 Alonso, Montein - 129, 215 Altizer, Kevin - 52, 198, 199, 280, 281 , 282 Alvarado, Alicia - 129 Alvarado, Kelly - 153 Ames, Kent - 141, 301, 305 Amlong, Fritz - 153 Ammon, Lisa - 345 Anderson, Janet - 52, 178, 179, 181, 206 Andrews, Keri- 21, 152, 153, 195 Angona, Marie - 153, 303 Anton, Michelle - 194 Apperson, Tammy - 20, 24, 51, 53, 164, 166, 168, 206, 237 Arauco, Rodolfo - 153, 195 Arista, David - 53, 164, 166, 168, 174, 176, 182, 280, 281 282 Armstrong, Anthony - 270, 272, 273 Arrington, Charles - 141 Arrington, Dennis - 129 Ashenhart, Janie - 53, 227, 299, 300 Atchley, Kelly - 302 Ayala, Mack - 263 Aycock, William - 53 Bb Bain, Mary - 53, 182, 292 Baker, Clay - 129, 198, 200, 207 Baker, Ellis - 127, 189 Baker, Gregory - 153, 251 Baker, Jody - 141, 167. 168, 274, 276 Baker, Joel - 153, 228 Student Index Baker, Michael - 53, 241, 245, 286 Baker, Sandra - 54 Baldwin, Kimberly - 54, 182, 206 Ballard, Tommy - 119, 198, 199, 286 Banks, Dwain - 240, 243, 260 Banner, Larry - 54, 240, 245 Barber, Jon - 141, 194 Barker, Celisa - 153 Barnhardt, Kimberly - 54, 182 Barr, Burt - 194 Barrett, Beverly - 141, 230 Bartling, Karen - 54, 218 Barton, Beth - 129 Barton, James - 54 Batchelor, Patrick - 141, 250 Bates, Fredrick - 153, 214, 232 Baum, Danny - 280, 282 Beard, Laura - 153, 195 Becan, Debbie - 129, 192, 193 Becerra, Abel- 35, 55, 192, 193, 210, 213 Bedford, Bland - 250 Bedford, Patsy - 195 Beecher, Brandon - 42, 55, 231 299, 302, 305 Beecher, Janell - 153, 195, 304, 305 Beggs, Tim - 129, 214 Behan, Tim - 55 Bell, Karen - 42, 55, 174, 176, 195, 211, 359 Bell, Michael - 55 Bell, Q. T. - 129, 214 Bell, Shunda - 55, 194, 201 Belling, Tracie - 141, 345 Benedict, Pamela - 153, 288, 290 Benedict, Paula - 129 Benevides, Alfonso - 127, 213, 301 Benevides, Tina - 303 Benke, Susan - 228 Bennett, Angela - 141, 231, 274, 276, 345 Bernal, Rosalinda - 127 Berry, Leonard - 129, 280, 283 Berry, Sonja - 201 Bess, Linda - 56, 182, 266, 267 268, 269 Bessette, Meloney - 56, 178, 179, 180, 227, 359 Bethel, Barbara - 141 Biggs, Jeffery - 30, 56, 182, 202, 215 Biggs, Paula - 153, 195, 345 Billops, Freddie - 240, 245 Bird, Ross - 56, 182, 192, 193 Bishop, Tony - 260 Biskamp, Brett - 57, 182, 198, 202 Biskamp, Eric - 141, 250, 286 Bitter, Bunny - 1, 57, 170, 182, 211, 232 Bitter, David - 153, 232, 266, 268 Black, Janet - 57, 182 Blackwell, Jennifer - 153, 195 Bladergroen, Mickey - 153, 302 Blair, Joanna - 129, 211, 274, 275 Blankenbeckler, Mark - 129 , 210 , 213 Blankenbeckler, Pamela - 57 , 178, 180 Bleckner, John - 129, 277, 278 Bloodgood, Carol - 129, 194 Bloodgood, Jeffery - 57, 222 Bloodgood, Thomas - 57 Blunk, Tracy - 141 Bolch, Mary - 141 Bonlie, Rita - 129 Bonnie, Christine - 57, 182, 228 Bookman, Claudia - 141, 194 Borders, Stanley - 141 Bowling, Russel - 129 Boykin, Michael - 194, 252, 255 Bracken, Michael - 300 Brackin, Julie - 129 Bradfield, Kyle - 141, 250 Bradford, Kim - 230 Bradley, Daryl - 57, 193, 203 Bradley, Jacquelin - 153, 164, 167 , 228 , 345 Bradley, Kevin - 141 Bradley, Philip - 141 Brandenburg, Ann - 42, 58, 182, 207, 215, 219, 228 Brar, Kavita - 129, 207, 214, 231 Bray, Debra - 129 Brenna, Grant - 129, 190, 191, 209, 300, 305 Brennan, Suzanne - 20, 24, 31, 42, 58, 166, 182 Brewster, Karen - 141, 198, 207, 274, 275, 345 Briden, Mike - 58 Brock, Bevin - 129 Brown, Cathy - 195, 289 Brown, Debbie - 129 Brown, Paul - 302 Brown, Suzan - 58, 182 Browning, Brenda - 153 Brownlee, Lynnlee - 129, 228 Bruce , Bubel , Frank - 205 John - 141, 260, Buckner, William - 153 Buffin, Gina - 152, 153, 230, 289, 290 Buford, Carolyn - 230, 239, 289, 291 Bunch, Johnny - 129 Burchfiel, Michael - 153 367 68 Burns, Lisa - 129 Burns, Ronell - 58, 182 Burns, Russell - 153 Burns, Terry - 141 Burross, Christy - 129, 190, 355 Burt, Chris - 141, 194, 250 Burt, Ricky - 58, 189 Byars, Larry - 43, 59, 280, 283 Bybee, Robert - 129, 207, 266, 267, 268, 274, 275 Byland, Stephanie - 153, 195 Byland, Stephen - 153 Byrd, Mark - 153 Byrd, Stacy - 59, 178, 179 Bywaters, Dan - 129, 190, 207, 228 Cc Cabrera, Raimondo - 153, 215 Cadena, Angie - 129 Cain, Chris - 129, 207 Camacho, Sanjuana - 63 Campbell, Carolyn - 129, 216, 230, 288, 290 Campbell, Kevin - 153 Campbell, Laura - 153, 195 Canfield, Scott - 129 Cantrell Craig - 59 Cantrell Keith - 153 Carland, Melissa - 59, 182, 218 Carlisle, Debra - 130, 218 Carlisle, Pamela - 153, 215 Caro, Curtis - 270, 271 Carpenter, Kandie - 26, 28, 35, 60, 179 Carr, Patricia - 60, 182, 192, 193, 210. 212 Carrethers, Tamara - 230 Carson, Donald - 141, 277, 278 Carter, Michael - 240, 244, 270, 272 Cary, Holly - 130 Casey, Patricia - 130 Casey, Regina - 195, 215 Cash, Brenda - 141 Cason, Joan - 141 Castillo, Alvino - 141, 231 Catron, Teresa - 153 Caughran, Douglas - 141 Cegelski, Michael - 60 Cejudo, Treva - 141, 216 Cervantes, Ronald - 61 Chadick, Tami - 153, 164, 167, 168, 195, 212, 345 Chadick, Terri - 130 Chadick, Tonya - 141 Chaffin, Darla - 153 Chamley, Dorene - 61, 182, 194 Champion, Robert - 61, 182, 225 Chappell, Sharon - 130 Charlton, Reginald - 153 Chatham, Thomas - 141 Chaumier, Pamela - 61, 178, 181, 228, 359 Chavira, Antonio - 153, 251 Chavira, Rodolfo - 154 Chavoya, Denise - 61, 182, 225 Cheatham, Ann - 61, 182, 216, 358 Cheek, Jimmy - 154, 214 Chi, Soo - 61 Childs, John - 154 Chinnock, Edward - 130 Chisholm, Donna - 1, 130, 170, 172, 211, 274, 276 Chriss, Douglas - 250 Chriss, Levi- 62, 240, 244 Christoffel, Deborah - 62, 178, 181 Christoffel, Robert - 141 Clark, Audrey - 201 Clark, Curtis - 270, 271 Clasby, Robert - 130, 207 Cleaveland, Paul - 62, 166, 168 , 237 Clem, Beverly - 62, 182 Clemons, Melvin - 63 Clemons, Vanessa - 141 Clinkscales, Kelly - 130 Clinkscales, Lisa - 141, 345 Clinkscales, Lori - 141, 228 Coachran, Gregory - 142 Coahran, Wendy - 154, 195 Cobb, Steve - 63, 182, 198, 199, 266, 267, 268 Coburn, Monica - 154, 293 Coit, Calvin - 201, 227 Colbert, Johnny - 250 Cole, Bruce - 130 Cole, Laura - 63 Coleman, Denise - 130, 218 Coleman, Sheila -'228 Collier, Carol - 142 Conner, Diana - 130, 227 Conner, Mark - 154, 251, 261 Contreras, Deborah - 142, 293 Cook, Kevin - 231 Cook, Shawn - 255 Coonie, Lela - 130, 303 Cooper, Linda - 64, 178, 180 Corti, Cynthia - 64, 178, 180 Corti, Lori- 21, 142, 164, 167 Cosme, Raymond - 142, 277, 278 Costello, John - 64 Costigan, Michael - 142 Cote, Douglas - 142 Cote, John - 142 Cox, David - 64, 194 Cox, Jeffrey - 154, 251 Crabtree, Douglas - 43, 64, 28, 182, 210, 212, 213 Craig, John - 64, 231 Cranford, Gary - 154 Cranford, Gregg - 130 Crawford, Lydia - 142 Critzer, David - 64, 301 Cross, William - 154 Crossland, Alan - 65, 182, 198, 199 Crow, Donna - 130 Culver, Susan - 130, 274, 275 Curtis, Michael- 65, 182, 198, 199, 263 Custard, Chris - 154 Custard, Herman - 130 Dd Daniel, Lisa - 154, 214 Darby, Sheryl - 195 Darty, Teena - 142 Davenport, Curtis - 130, 241, 244 Davenport, William - 154, 251 Davis, David - 65 Davis, Jacquelin - 142 Davis, Janet - 154 Davis, Rebecca - 142 Day, Elizabeth - 130 Deal, Lisa - 130 DeDoes, Paul - 1, 28, 130, 170, 173, 210, 212 Deferia, Antenor - 65, 231 DeHart, Jana - 142, 209 DeHaven, Jana - 20, 25, 33, 51, 65 , 237 , 358 DeLaGarza, Carlos - 66, 241, 243, 280, 281, 283 DeLeon, Suzan - 142, 201, 214 Deluna, Anthony - 263 Delzell, Lora - 142, 345 DeViney, Suzette - 66, 182 DeWeese, Charles - 130, 190 Dixon, Carla - 66, 182, 226, 300 Dixon, Marsha - 142, 303 Dixon, Steve - 154 Dixson, Kenneth - 252, 256 Dodson, Marla - 142 Dolfuss, Holly - 66, 182, 266, 267 , 269 , 358 Donald, James - 154, 251 Donahoe, Kevin - 225 Donohoe, Sean - 130, 222 Donnelly, James - 266, 268, 286 Dooley, Danny - 130 Dortch, Marinell - 66, 178, 179, 203, 219, 344 Dortch, Monique - 142, 194, 212 Doss, Richard - 1, 66, 170, 173, 174, 175, 182, 198, 199, 211 Doughty, Cynthia - 154 Drake, Donna - 142 Duane, Colleen - 154 Duarte, Edgar - 66, 263, 270, 271, 273 Duarte, Ingrid - 154 Duffin, Kathleene - 67, 182, 358 Dugger, Joseph - 231 Duke, Ronald - 154 Dungan, Stacey - 142, 194, 345 Dungey, Sharon - 130, 302 Dunlop, Janita - 67 Dunlop, Jerry - 142, 302 Durrah, Kyle - 251 Ee Easley, Douglas - 201, 260 Eason, Sam - 130, 192, 193 Eckert, Robbin - 195 Edmond, Alice - 142 Edwards, Laura - 154 Egelston, John - 142, 231 Egelston, Rebecca - 67, 182, 192, 193, 231 Flores Aaron - 70, 174, 175, Eggleston, Richard - 67, 192, 301 Elam, Eugene - 251 Elliot, Stacey - 67, 182 Ellis, Connie - 154 Ellis, Tom - 31, 67, 241, 243, 281, 282 England, Deborah - 195 English, Denise - 142, 215 English, Rhonda - 154 Enochs, Clark - 154 Epstein, David - 131, 198, 199 Epstein, Lorre - 142, 164, 167, 231 Escobar, Martha - 154 Eshelmen, Jama - 345 Essey, Robert - 260 Esquivel, Martha - 20, 23, 24, 33, 51, 67, 164, 166, 168, 192, 193, 203 Estes, Eloise - 288, 290 Estes, Kennedy - 261 Estes, Ruthie - 201 Estrada, Henry - 250, 280, 282 Estrada, Patricia - 154 Evans, Loy - 1, 131, 170, 172 Evans, Lucille - 142 182, 231 Flores, Daniel - 154, 189 Flores, Lois - 142, 190, 231 Flores, Robert - 143, 250 Flores, William - 70 Forehand, Richard - 70,.182, 198 Forge, Ray - 70 Foster, Dirk - 70, 166, 182, 198 Foster, Jill - 131, 216 Foster, Laura - 21, 140, 143, 212, 239 Francis, Michael - 154, 188, 217 Francis, Terri - 154, 289 Frazier, Carl - 230, 253, 255 Freeman, Arlene - 154, 289, 291 Freeman, Larry - 131 Freeman, Sandra - 143 Friends, Valerie - 230 Freis, Kimberley - 71, 182, 209, 225, 324, 344 Frenkel, Maria - 143 Fryar, Randall- 71 Fulfer, Ladonna - 71 Fuller, Glenda - 143 Goldis, Maryl - 155 Goldston, Denise - 143 Goldston, Diana - 28, 42, 73, 174, 176, 178, 179, 181, 203 Goldthom, Burk - 73, 240, 245, 280, 281, 283 Goldthom, Pat - 131 Gono, Robert - 33, 73, 182, 199, 203 Gonzales, Jose - 155 Gonzales, Terry - 194 Gonzales, Uri - 251 Goodell, Margaret - 155, 214 Goodman, Walter - 143, 231 Goodner, Vicki- 73, 178, 179, 181, 210, 227 Graaf, Klaus - 131, 166, 168, 206, 207, 213 Grace, Mark - 222 Graham, Greg - 241, 245, 270, 272 Grant, Dana - 143 Gray, Brent - 74, 182, 198, 199 Green, Cheryl - 155 Green, Vertie - 155, 195 Greenwalt, Mark - 143, 189 Gregorich, Mary - 131, 231 Grimes, Celia - 143 Fussell, David - 154 Fussell, Walter - 71 G8 Gadlin, Robbie - 71 Gainer, Angela - 155, 195 Gainer , Gary - 143, '270, 273 Gainer, Kezia - 143, 228 Gainer 181 , Patricia - 28, 131, 178, '212, 355 Gaines, Marvin - 155, 304 Evans, Mary - 154 Evans, Sherree - 68, 182, 190 Everett, Cindy - 1, 131, 170, 172. 211 Ewing, Kay - 131, 355 Ff Fain, Mark - 68 Falks, Verbena - 68, 182, 301 Fallis, Emily - 68, 174, 178, 181, 193, 203 Fallis, Leslie - 28, 154, 195, 210. 212, 345 Farfan, Adolph - 154 Farris, Carla - 142 Farris, Robert - 69 Faust, Paul - 142 Feemster, Katherine - 154 Feibel , Ilene - 44, 69, 182 Felan, Brenda - 154 Fields, John - 70, 189, 192, 193, 203 Filgo, Edwin - 250, 240, 243 Fincher, Gary - 142 Fincke, John - 131, 199, 198, 228 Finney, Perry - 70, 230, 271 Fisher, Kathy - 154, 164, 167, 168 Fisher, Mike - 131, 164, 168, 241. 243 Gaines, Mary Anne - 143 Galvan, Carolyn - 143, 239, 345 Gameson, Randy - 71, 182, 274, 275 Gardner, Jenifer - 143 Gardner, Sammie - 143, 215 Garey, Mark - 143 Gamer, Judy - 155 Garner, Lacrecia - 131 Garrett, Robin - 155, 195, 303 Garrett, Steve - 71 Garver, Jody - 34, 72, 174, 176, 216, 358 Gary, Jennifer - 131 Garza, Laura - 71 Garza, Maralinda - 143, 201 Gates, Donna - 131, 230, 256, 288. 290 Gebron, Annette - 28, 143, 210, 212 Gentry, Kirk - 72, 182, 256 Gentry, Kristan - 155 Gersh, Debbie - 131 Gersh, Linda - 143, 194, 293 Gigowski, David - 72, 182 Gill, Leslie - 143 Givens, David - 131, 206, 228 Glenn, Kathy - 290 Glover, Amy - 155, 195 Goemanne, Claire - 72, 182, 192, 193, 203 Grisham, Natalie - 155 Groggs, Alicia - 305 Grzegorzewicz, Cynthia - 74, 182 Guerrero, Debra - 44, 74, 182, 226 Gunn, Marci- 128, 131, 178, 180, 192, 193, 206, 355 Gutermuth, Barbie - 194, 228 Gutierrez, Johnny - 74 Guzman, Yolanda - 293 Hh Haggarty, Rolanda - 216 Haile, Leslie - 143 Hainline, Julie - 74, 178, 181 Hainline, Michael - 155 Halford, Robert - 155 Hall, Kim - 21, 140, 143, 164, 167, 168, 239 Hall, Melva - 143 Hamilton, Craig - 155, 195, 251 Hamilton, James - 143 Hamilton, Janet - 155 Hamilton, Jay - 143, 286 Hamilton, Lynn - 74, 344 Hamilton, Susan - 44, 75, 182, 226, 227, 359 Hammer, Laura - 44, 75, 178, 179, 180, 204, 227 Hammett, Evelyn - 143 Hammond, Stanley - 75, 230, 240. 244 Hannah, Sandra - 155, 195, 289 Harder, Russell - 155 Harding, Gerald - 155, 251, 261 Harmon, Susan - 143 Haroldson, Kevin - 75 Haroldson, Leah - 155 Haroldson, Warren - 131, 266, 267, 268, 269 Harper, Larry - 155 369 Harper, Russell - 128, 131, 164, 166, 168, 211 Harris, Kathy - 75 Hart, Kelly - 143 Hartzog, Vicki- 155, 195 Hasty, Laurie - 355 Hasty, James - 75, 182 Hatfield, Carla - 194, 210, 213, 228 Havard, Michael - 76, 189, 225 Hawk, Kevin - 222 Hawkins, Richard - 155 Hawthorne, Patty - 131, 201 Haydon, Dean - 76 Haynes, Cory - 131 Hayward, Dexter - 225 Heartsill, Laura - 143 Hegmann, Susan - 131, 166, 168 Henderson, Pat - 174 Hendricks, Eric - 144 Hendrix, Lori - 144 Hendrix, Teresa - 131, 217 167, 168, 231, 239 Holmes, Ronnie - 156 Hook, Frank - 156 Hooks, Nancy - 156 Hopkins, Thomas - 79 Horn, Sheri - 144 Hornbeck, Christa - 144, 345 Hornquist, Adam - 144, 250 Hornquist, Scott - 79 Horton, David - 303 Hough, Greg - 80, 182, 218 Howard, Joyce - 1, 132, 164, 166, 168, 170, 172, 214 Howard, Royce - 132, 211, 250 Howard, Steve - 132 Johns, Linda - 194 Johnson, Jeffery - 270, 271 Johnson, Jerrell - 157, 195, 250 Johnson, Julie - 30, 81, 182, 204, 344 Johnson, Kim - 81, 178, 180, 215, 344 Johnson, Mary - 132 Johnson, Narnice - 228 Johnson, Randy - 157, 195, 250 251, 261 Johnson, Shelia - 132 Johnson, Shirley - 81 Johnston, Bretten - 140, 144, 167, 192, 193, 239 Howell, Marshall - 156, 195 Howell, Greg - 80, 182, 227, 263, 264 Howell, Sandra - 281 Housley , Jeff - 241, 242 Huff, Johnny - 156 Huffman, Amy - 156, 215 Huffman , John - 144, 239 Huffman, Kathleen - 144, 195 Huffman ,Tim - 80, 202, 240, 245, 270, 271, 272 Johnston, Eric - 157 Johnston, Sandra - 144, 266, 268, 345 Jones, Billy - 286 Jones, Christina - 194 Jones, Charles - 144 Jones, Gerald - 82, 182, 198, 199, 210, 213 Jones, John - 82, 192, 193 Jones Richard - 195 Jones: Ronald - 241, 244 Hernandez Conrad - 194 Hernandez Efrem - 144, 250, 270, 273 Hernandez Elizabeth - 155 Hernandez Gene - 131 Hernandez Gilda - 131, 178, 180 , 206 Hernandez Herman - 225 Hernandez Juan - 132 Hernandez Stefani - 76, 182, 266, 267 268, 269 Humphries, Elizabeth - 132, 192, 193 Hundley, Jamie - 156, 195, 345 Hunt, Shavawn - 156 Hunter, Janet - 80, 182 Hunter, Lisa - 195 Huntley, Brian - 230, 240, 245 Huntsinger, Deborah - 144 Hurley, Jean - 132 Hyde, Jill - 132, 231 Ii Herrera, James - 156 Hicks, Janet - 76, 190, 206 Highfill, Lori - 156 Hill, Clovis - 201 Hill, Janet - 28, 77, 178,180, 227 Hilliard, Glen - 77 Hilliard, Lisa - 77, 182, 299, 301, 305 Hines, Barry - 78, 189, 190 Hines, Elaine - 78, 182, 207 Hinman, Joan - 78, 178, 181, 204 Hobgood, Connie - 156 Hodge, Robin - 195 Hodge, Roger - 144, 192, 193, 274, 276 Hodges, Cheryl - 78 Hodges, Nancy - 144 Hodges, Bill - 132, 194, 302 Hodo, Cathy - 79, 182, 201, 230 Hoffman, Jill- 45, 79, 209 Hogg, Jimmy - 156, 251, 261 Inkster, Mitch - 300 Irby, James - 194 Irons, Daniel - 132 Irons, Tamra - 156 Irvin, Barry - 51, 80, 166, 168, 211, 270, 271, 272, 273 Jackson , Ji Debbie - 152, 156, 164, 167, 168, 239 Jackson, Joyce - 156, 201 Jackson, Lisa - 132, 178, 181, 355 Jackson, Robert - 144 Jackson, Tammy - 156, 195, Jones, Samantha - 82, 164, 166 168, 182, 192, 193, 230 Jones, W. G. - 243, 240, 260 Joseph, Victor - 82, 194, 299 Juarez, Alicia - 83 Juba, Deirdre - 132 Junker, Bruce - 132, 280, 283 Kk Kanes, Thomas - 83, 198, 199, 204, 241, 245 Kang, Young - 157 Katsigris, Phyllis - 157, 195, 345 Keenan, Kathy - 140 Keenan, Keeley - 218 Kelton, James - 144 Kendrick, Kristi - 144, 164, 167, 168, 239 Kennedy, Carl - 270, 271 Kennedy, Carrie - 132 Kennedy, Connie - 132, 218 Kennedy, James - 84, 252, 255 280, 281 Kennedy, John - 286 Kennedy, Lew - 257 Kennison, Randy - 132, 190 Keough, Robert - 84 Kester, Chris - 195 230, 289, 291 Jackson, Troy - 144 James, Rodney - 156, 251, 261 James, Susan - 80, 182 Jannasch, Terry - 157, 228 Jefferson, Donald - 241, 244, 270, 271, 272 Jefferson, Steve - 251, 261 Jenkins, Anthony - 81 Jenkins, Curtis - 157 King, Jay - 84, 164, 165, 182 King, Jay - 157, 251 King, Joye - 224, 225 King, Kenneth - 157 King, Patricia - 222 King, Sandra - 157 King, Vernon - 132, 240, 243 Kingston, James - 84, 190, 304 Kinnard, Gary - 152 Kirby, Ann - 1, 132, 170, 173, - Jessup, James - 81, 182 207, 299, 305 Hogue' Carol, 144 Jessup, Norma - 157, 345 Kissner, Sharon - 28, 157, 164, Holcombe' R1CkY ' 132 Jimenez, Roseann - 81 182 as HH ' 7, H , o, 212, 213, 345 Holland, Cleveland - 300 217, 219, 3 Z ve,-Q3 192, 193, Holman, Anne - 21, 144, 164, Johas, Tina 293 S 'Cf , 26 iw 4 . 70 S265 -fffflafov-:fa K P4 -J I Klutts, Jeannie - 293 Knochel, Mary - 132, 227 Koon, Kathy - 144, 266, 268, 345 Koury, Jan - 85 Krage Angela - 145, 217, 274, 276 Krage, Margaret - 145 Krage Peter - 133, 210, 213 Kriss, Tawnya - 145 Kriss, Tony - 133 Kroening, Rebecca - 304 Krummenacher, Claire - 133, 178, 181, 266, 269 Krummenacher, Linda - 145, 266. 268, 269. 345 Ku, Wavne - 85, 204 Kuhatschek, Debbie - 145, 224 Kuntz, Annette - 85, 182, 222 Kuntz, Elisa - 145 Ll Lackey, William - 157 Ladd, Beverly - 145 Lamotte, Tamara - 85, 192, 193 Land, James - 133 Land, Steven - 145 Landa, Adrian - 85 Langston, Lewis - 145, 265 Largent, Michael - 86, 224, 225 Larson, Roger - 86. 198, 199, 206, 277, 279 Laukoter, Michael - 157, 301, 305 Lopez, Regino - 302, 305 Lovely, Clifton - 133, 219, 228, 240, 243 Lowe, Linda - 42, 87, 182 Lowry, Christina - 157 Lowry, Denise - 1, 133, 170, 173, 211, 214 Lozano, Priscilla - 157, 239 Luchan, Randy - 87 Luckett, Penny - 133, 190 Luster, Bill - 87, 190 Lyddon, Lili- 133, 206, 228 Lynch, Jeri - 145 Lyon, Cindy - 133 Lyons, Pat - 133 Mm Madden, Ronnie - 88, 230 Mahoney, Chris - 88, 164, 182, 198, 253, 256 Malcolm, Deanna - 88, 182, 194 Manton, Claudia - 89, 192, 193 Marable, Miles - 133, 244, 241, 270, 271 Marder, Chet - 89 Margules, Karen - 133, 189, 190 Margules, Linda - 157, 164, 167, 168, 209 Margules, Michael - 45, 89, 232 Marlow, Rhonda - 89 Marquez, Carol - 145, 194 MarquezDelaplata, Fernando - Laukoter, Peter - 133, 206, 213 Lawler, David - 24, 34, 51, 86, 166, 168, 174, 175, 182, 198, 263, 264 Lawler, Scott - 86, 182, 198, 199. 263. 269 Lawson, David - 157 Leak, Kathy - 133, 216 Leak, Bill- 145, 274, 276 Leath, Regina - 194, 213, 219 Leathers, Scott - 28, 133, 192, 193, 210, 212 Lee, Beverly - 145 Lee, Carmelia - 230 Lee, Virgil- 87, 164, 165, 241, 245 Lemaster, David - 225 Lemley, Melinda - 145 Lemons, Joe - 145 Lemons, Penny - 157, 195, 201 Leslie, David - 87, 189, 190 Leslie, John - 133 Leslie, William - 157 Leverette, Linda - 195 Levine, Larry - 157, 274, 276 Lewis, Maria - 157, 195, 266, 268, 345 Lewis, Steven - 145, 189 Lhethan, Jim - 224, 225, 260 Lindsey, Phyllis - 133, 209 Little, Charlene - 145 Lortice, Kimberly - 145 Loftis, Missouri - 145, 194, 212 Londenberg, Mark - 145, 222 Londenberg, Phillip - 87 Lopez, Charles - 263, 264 133 Marshall, Melinda - 145, 217 Marshall, Robert - 158, 217 Marshello, Gia - 89, 228 Martin Craig - 158 Martin, David - 158 Martin Debra - 133 Martin Leslie - 158 Martin, Lisa - 158, 211 Martin, Lisa - 1, 90, 170, 172, 182 , Martin 195, 206, 274, 276 Tony - 158 Martinez, Alice - 158, 228 Martinez, Mary - 90, 226 Martinez, Jose - 45, 90, 182, 231 Martinson, Donna - 261 Marton, Christine - 133 Marvin, Tammy - 90, 182 Mason, Gary - 158, 228 Massingill, Annette - 90, 182, 226 , 230 Masters, Brenda - 146 Masters, Rodney - 253, 256 Mathews, Joey - 24, 91, 241, 243 Matkins, Karen - 133, 178, 180, 228 Matthews, Daryl - 158 Matthews, Maureen - 158, 164, 167, 195 Matthews, Patricia - 133 May, Jennifer - 134, 178, 180, 206, 228, 255 May, Theresa - 134 Mayben, Gary - 91, 182, 225 Mayer, Laura - 134, 211 Mays, Melvin - 146 McCaskill, Lonnie - 46, 91, 222, 223, 232 McC1anahan, Tonia - 194, 218 McClendon, Susan - 158 McCollum, Kelley - 158, 195 McConnell, Mike - 91, 174, 175, 183, 201 McCormack, Linda - 146 McCormack, Maureen - 134, 206, 227, 355 McCormick, Jill - 91, 183, 195, 221 McCormick, Kevin - 92, 199, 218 McCormick, Teresa - 134, 164, 166, 168, 178, 181, 207, 355 McCrary, Laurie - 30, 92, 164, 165, 166, 178, 179, 181, 192, 193, 204, 210, 212, 231 McCuin, Anthony - 158, 261 McCuin, Martha - 146, 201 McDade, Melinda - 183, 207, 219, 344 McDonald, Erin - 158, 228 McElroy, Gerald - 194 McGee, Janne - 1, 134, 170, 173, 207, 211, 355 McGi1berry, Sandra - 46, 93, 204 McGuire, Dorothy - 146, 345 McGuire, Karen - 93, 183, 192, 193, 204, 228 McHenry, Sonya - 158, 289, 290 McKay, Walter - 158 McKee, Mark - 24, 93, 183 McKenna, John - 94, 183 McLaughlin, Kelly - 134 McLean, Jeannie - 134, 293 McLean, Lois - 146 McManis, Barbara - 134 McManis, Martha - 146 Mechler, Mark - 146, 266, 269, 286 . Mechler, Peri - 20, 24, 94, 178, 180, 227, 358 Melgoza, Gerald - 28, 210, 212, 213 Mendez, Mary - 190 Mendoza, Manuel - 265 Menees, Kenny - 134 Merryman, Melissa - 158 Metten, James - 146 Meyer, David - 134, 241, 245, 263, 264, 280, 284 Meza, Henry - 158, 251 Middleton, Ranny - 270, 271 Miklos, Patricia - 134, 207 , 228 Miller, Allison - 94, 190, 214 Miller, Frances - 134, 207 Miller, Rusty - 94, 183, 200, 274, 275 Miller, Joseph - 146 Miller, Shawna - 158, 209 Milligan, Robin - 134 Milligan, Ruthie - 94, 183, 207, 217 Milligan, Sheri - 146 Milner, Katie - 134 Mims, Janice - 158, 201 Minor, James - 146 Minton, Shawn - 158, 189 Mireles, Danette - 146 Mitchell, Carmelia - 94, 183, 211, 230 Mitchell, David - 95, 230, 252, 256, 270, 271, 272 Mitchell, Pamela - 146 Mitchell, Sally - 134, 207, 288 Monsalve, John - 194, 231, 286 Molinda, Gilbert - 265 Montemayor, Guadalupe - 134 Montemayor, Rene - 134 Montgomery, Debra - 95, 183 Montgomery, Mark - 146, 240 , 242 Moore Howard - 134 Moore Ellen - 134, 194, 355 Moore, Jacci - 158 Moore, Jerri - 158 Moore, Joy - 146, 188 Moore, Russell - 146, 265 Moore Teresa - 146 Morgan, Kenny - 195, 251, 261 Morgan, Rhonda - 146, 164, 167, 168, 194, 215, 345 Moronko, Lane - 158, 195 Morris, Ingrid - 146 Morris, Steve - 134 Morris, Shirley - 95, 183, 230 Morris, Willie - 95, 270, 271, Naquin, Stephen - 147 Nance, Rusty - 135 Nelson, Cortelyou - 135, 250 Nelson, Diana - 1, 135, 170, 173 , 207 , 228 Nelson, Jeffrey - 97, 253, 255 Nelson, Julie - 97 Nelson, Lisa - 158 Newsome, Teena - 135, 224, 225 Newton, Dearal - 97, 183 Newton, Robert - 98, 280, 281, 284 Ngoc, Catherine - 98, 206, 226 Nguyen, Ruth - 98, 227 Nichols, Argentry - 159, 195, 251 , 261 Nicks, Renee - 159 Nikolas, Jeffery - 98 Noneman, Theresa - 147, 228 Noonan, Kathleen - 135, 224, 225 Nortridge, Jane - 147 Nowell, Kelliann - 159 Nunez, James - 98 Nutter, Bruce - 99, 224, 225 Oo Oakes, Jonnye - 147 Oberndorfer, Doris - 99, 190 Oberndorfer, Helen - 147 O'brien, Mark - 159 Oetting, Lisa - 99, 178, 179, Pappas, Stephen - 147 Paramore, Phillip - 152, 159, 164, 168, 251 Parelli, Lisa - 194, 228, 231 Park, Alan - 135 Park, Un Kyung - 159, 164, 167, 195, 209, 215 Parker, Deborah - 159, 192, 304 Parker, Don - 100, 207, 226 Parker, Susan - 21, 128, 135, 194 Parkman, Richard - 147 , 194 Parkman, Russ - 159, 174, 210, 212, 213, 228 Parramore, Frankie - 270, 271, 272 Parrish, Vernon - 147 Parry, Jeff - 140, 147 Parry, Jill - 100, 183 Patterson, Kelli - 147 Patterson, Kimberly - 147 Payne, Dawn - 159 Payne, Lisa - 1, 101, 170, 173, 181, 211, 228 Pelky, Yvette - 101, 228 Pence, Susan - 135 Pendleton, Johnny - 159, 261 Penny, Gregory - 101, 201 Percival, James - 251 Petersen, Michael - 159 Peterson, Pete - 251 Petty, David - 159 Pfeil, Phillip - 101, 218 Phifer, Raymond - 159 Phillips, Gregory - 159 Phillips, Paula - 102 Pickrell, Cynthia - 147, 228 272, 273 Morscheck, Henry - 146, 274, 276 Morscheck, Jean - 95, 183 Moses, Robyn - 134, 218 Mount, David - 128, 135, 194 Muir, James - 146, 192, 193, 231, 266, 268 Muir, Thomas - 95, 183, 198, 200, 266, 267, 268 Mulder, Cindy - 96, 183 Muldoon, Amber - 190 Mulkey, Harold - 146 Mullins, Michelle - 96, 183, 358 Muniz, Bernice - 146 Muniz, Jacob - 158 Murphy, Hugh - 96, 174, 175, 207, 211 Murphy, Mary - 135, 207, 218 Murphy, Tammy - 158 Murray, Patricia - 158, 195 180, 227, 359 O'hearn, John - 147, 189, 270, 273 Ojeda, Raymon - 200, 253 Oliver, Angela - 159 Oliver, Jennifer - 135, 211 Oliver, Peggy - 147 Oliver, Vincent - 232 Olsen, Norman - 190 Olson , Timothy - 135, 265, 270, 272, 273 Ontiveros, Richard - 159 Ontiveros, Sylvia - 147 Orozco, Irene - 99, 226 Orr, Sandra - 159, 195 Ortega, Sandra - 99, 300 Ortiz, Carlos - 265 Ortiz, Francisco - 231 Ortiz, Gilda - 147 Ortiz, Martha - 100, 183, 228, 231 Ortiz, Ramona - 135, Owen, Janie - 28, 147, 210, 212, 213 Owen, Lori- 135, 211, 214, 304 Owen, Martha - 159, 195 Owens, Cecil - 100 Owens, Theresa - 100 Pierce, Anton - 28, 46, 102, 192, 193, 210, 212 Pierce, Max - 28, 160, 214, 215, 219 Pierre, Sally - 102, 178, 179, 181, 226, 358 Pipes, Melissa - 147 Plocek, Mitchell - 102 Plocek, Tracy - 147 Ploch, Bernadette - 135, 178, 181, 192, 193 Ploch, Maureen - 160, 195 Polen, Kim - 135, 178, 180, 215 Polimus, Martin - 147 Polk, Ann - 102, 183, 230 Polk, Susan - 160, 228, 345 Poole Beverly - 195 Pope,,Ann - 218 Pope, Dyron - 160 Murray, Bill - 147, 286 Myers, Cheryl - 135, 286, 302, 224, 225 Myint, Desmond - 96, 183, 198, 200, 207 Nn PP Pack, Tony - 159, 217 Padilla, Diana - 159, 215 Page, Rene - 201, 210, 213, 217 Pangburn, Therese - 100, 174, 176, 183 Porter, Anthony - 135 Porter, Gregory - 160 Porter, Melissa - 195 Porter, Sandra - 147, 230 Porter, Tami - 103 Posey, Celeste - 160 Potter, Carla - 135, 192, 193, 207 Powell, James - 103 Pratt, John - 147 Puckett, Sherry - 103, 183, 221 Pugh, David - 135, 189 Puro, David - 104 QQ Queen, Ben - 222 Queen, Lisa - 135, 194 Quirk, Melissa - 28, 136, 210, 212, 231 Quota, Guy - 104 Rr Rafkin, Mark - 194, 228 Rafkin, Tammy - 160, 228 Rbbbins, craig - 148, 250 Roberts, Ernette - 105, 183, 230 Roberts, Rahna - 136, 194 Roberts, William - 136 Robertson, Craig - 260 Robertson, David - 136 Robertson, Michael - 194 Robertson, Regina - 148, 194 Rodriguez, Donald - 106 Rodriguez, Javier - 222 Rodriguez, Lisa - 231 Rodriguez, Orlando - 148 Rainwater, Anthony - 250 Rambonnet, Joyce - 104, 183, 215, 358 Ramirez, Ernestine - 160 Ramos, Lillie - 147, 302 Randal, Beth - 104, 183, 192, 193, 211 Randal, Jennifer - 148, 266, 345 Randle, Leroy - 148 Randle, Rozalind - 136 Ransom, Brenda - 104, 205, 344 Ransom, Rhonda - 148 Ray, Mark A. - 211, 280, 285 Ray, Mark K. - 136, 207 Ray, Matt - 160 Redarte, Lillian - 195 Redding, Connie - 160 Reece, Rudolph - 160 Reed, Alyce - 105, 183, 228 Reed, William - 240, 243 Reeves, James - 136, 280, 285 Reeves, Ken - 251 Reeves, Valerie - 105 Reitzammer, Lynn - 160, 195, 266, 268, 269, 345 Rendon, Thelma - 148 Renfro, Rhonda - 136 Reyes, Debra - 136 Reyes, Sonja - 148 Rhea, Jim - 136, 192, 193 Rhone, Dondi - 253, 255 Rhymes, Gary - 160 Rhyne, George - 160, 230, 270 Rhyne, Mariette - 105, 183, 230 Rhyne, Andrae - 128, 136, 164, 166. 168, 190, 192 Rice, Ernest - 136 Richards, Darryl - 194 Richards, Mark - 195, 250 Richardson Charlotte - 105, Rodriguez, Robert - 136 Rodriguez, Roy - 106, 280, 284, 281 Rodriguez, Francisco - 148, 231 Rodriquez, Adam - 160, 195, 251, 265 Rodriquez, Delinda - 106 Rodriquez, Carol - 160 Roeder , Roetto , Pauline - 106, 183, 358 Marianna - 160 Rogers, Daniel - 106, 280, 281, 285 Rogers, Gary - 136 Rogers, Nancy - 136, 355 201 , 288 Richardson Fritz - 160, 195, 261 Richardson Ingrid - 301 Richardson Kenneth - 148 Richardson Larry - 136 Richardson Roger - 250 Richardson Ronald - 251 Richey, David - 136 Richey, Terry - 148 Riddles, Janet - 1, 136, 166, 170, 173, 189, 201, 211 Rigsby, David - 136 Rigsby, Landa - 160, 266, 268 Rios, Deborah - 291, 303, 305 Rios, Gene - 148, 277, 279 Rivero, Dania - 136, 231 Roach, Mark - 148 Romine, Thomas - 148 Rose, Dennis - 136 Rose, Marva - 148, 216 Rose, Tammye - 107, 192, 193, 201, 230 Rotes, Tina - 160 Rousseau, Carla - 160 Rousso, Isaac - 107, 183, 198, 200, 219, 231 Rozier, Gerard - 107, 307 Rubens, Teri - 148, 194 Rubio, Joanne - 137 Rubio, June - 201 Ruiz, Joseph - 137, 198, 200, 207 Runnels, Deborah - 192, 193, 290 Russell, Melissa - 107, 237, 344 Russell, Randy - 148 Russell, Susan - 137 Rutherford, Kirk - 137, 231, 304 Ss Salazar, Rosalinda - 293 Salkeld, Julie - 107, 359 Sanchez, Gloria - 137, 293 Sanchez, Norma - 148 Sanchez, Sara - 108, 299, 302 Sanchez, Yvonne - 160, 239 Sandovar, Lawrence - 250 Sapoznikov, Jack - 108, 183, 218, 231 Saucedo, Alice - 108, 303, 305 Saucedo, Amelia - 148, 304 Sawyer, Cathy - 160 Sawyer, Denise - 137, 190, 207, 227, 355 Scarbrough, Mark - 137, 190, 207 Schaefer, David - 137 Schies, Peggy - 108, 205 Schirato, David - 137, 218 Schirato, Judith - 160 Schmentzerm, Robert - 160, 195 Schmelzer, Lisa - 160 Schmidgall, Karen - 137, 178, 180, 207 Schnieder, Philip - 137 Scoenthal, Carol - 108, 183, 218 Schuessler, Julie - 109, 358 Schwarz, Karl - 109, 183, 202, 274, 276 Schwarz, Kristine - 160 Scoggan, Julie - 160 soon, Billy - 109 Seay, Gaylon - 137, 225 Secrest, Carol - 137, 193 Secrest, David - 160 Seguin, Marc - 109, 241, 244, 262, 264 Seher, Bobby - 280, 284 Sellers, Rebecca - 137 Sergeant, James - 137 , 207 , 241, 245 Sharper, Jacquelin - 160 Shear, Brian - 211, 214, 231 Sheldon, Diane - 148 Shell, Clark - 110, 194 Shell, Sharon - 137 Shelton, Jeanne - 160, 195 Shelton, Susan - 195 Shepherd, Dean - 148, 265 Sherman, Rebecca - 42, 110, 183, 228 Sherman, Robin - 110, 183 Sherrill, Charles - 225 Shields, Cathy - 148 Sheilds, Larry - 251 Shiffer, Cheridah - 148, 194 Shipman, Melissa - 111, 237 Shipman, Josh - 160 Shipman, Shelly - 137 Shipp, Serena - 148 Short, Tim - 33, 51, 111, 237 Sibley, Karen - 137, 293 Siegel, Steffani - 160, 195 Simmons Avis - 230 Simmons Christine - 160 Simmons Cynthia - 148 Simmons, John - 250 Simmons, Mechelle - 111, 194 Simmons Paul - 148 Simmons Sherie - 148 Skells, Sharon - 137, 211, 216 Skelton, Kimberly - 111, 183 Smith, Alma - 111, 183, 230 Smith, Christy - 148 Smith Cynthia - 112, 183, 195, 293 358 Smith, David - 149, 270 Smith Gina - 160, 230 Smith Glennis - 161, 194, 291 Smith Kenneth - 112 Smith Mark - 149 Smith Patrick - 112 Smith Paula - 112, 183 Smith Rebecca - 148, 190 Smith Sally - 161, 239 Smith Sharon - 161, 195 Smith, Skip - 137, 198, 200 215, 250 Sok. Keun - 113 SOR, Si- 149, 301 37 74 Solomon, Janet - 28, 113, 183, 210, 212 Soto, Angel - 113 Soto, Arleen - 161, 183 Spann, David - 137, 192, 193 Spann, Laura - 28, 113, 164, 165. 178. 210 Sparks, Paula - 149 Sparks, Scott - 114, 183 Speed, Karen - 114, 183, 200, 218 Spencer, Jim - 221 Spencer, Suzanne - 114, 183, 359 Tapler, Nancy - 117, 178, 179, 181 Tapler, Bill - 117 Tea, Teresa - 138 Teel, Mark - 161, 302 Tegerina, David - 161 Thevenet, Scott - 214 Thomas, Garry - 138, 240, 243 Thomas, James - 47, 117, 188, 190, 191, 205 I Thomas, Kimberly - 117, 183, 227 Thomas, T. C. - 241, 243, 260, Spillner , Spooner , Cassie - 152, 161, 195 Sharon - 161, 266, 268 Springer, Alan - 137, 224, 225 Sprinkel, Gregg - 152, 161, 195, 251 Sprinkel, Sharon - 138, 227, 355 Spurlock, Angela - 161 St Clair, John - 161 Stacy, Ted - 1, 138, 170, 173, 211, 270, 271, 287, 273 Staples , Matt - 189 Starks, Gary - 301 Staton, Darren - 183, 241, 244 Staton, Tammi - 149 Steck, Anita - 115, 183 Stephens, Ben - 140, 167 Stephens, Bart - 115, 192, 193 Stephens, George - 25, 28, 51, 271 Thompson, Cheryl - 230 Thompson, David - 138 Thompson, Douglas - 149 Thompson, Duncan - 118, 270, 271, 272 Thompson, Greg - 138 Thompson, Kate - 20, 128, 138 178, 181 Thompson, Kenneth - 195 Thompson, Robbie - 152, 161, 207, 251, 261, 270, 271 Thompson, Sandy - 161 Thompson, Tamara - 148 Thompson, Tanya - 118 Thompson, Zachary - 118, 184, 240, 243 Thornton, Tim - 138 Tignor, John - 149 115, 183, 193, 210, 212, 301 Stephens, Paul - 30, 47, 115, 183, 200, 202, Stevens, Robert - 149, 192, 193, 286. 290 Stewart, Lisa - 115, 178, 179, 192, 193, 359 Stewart, Rodney - 161 Stinson, Tammy - 138 Stirman, Robin - 250 Stoddard, Thomas - 161, 195 Stone, Lonnie - 138, 301 Stout, Carolyn - 138, 225 Stout, Clela - 149, 194, 215, 303 Stovall, Henry - 149, 270 Stovall, Karrie - 116, 183, 226, 358 Stovall, Penny - 149 Stovall, Sandra - 161 Stovall, Sharon - 149 Strain, Donny - 1, 138, 170, 172, 241, 243 Strain Gin er - 149 Till, Teresa - 161, 195 Tindall, Lisa - 149, 192, 193 Tindall, Michele - 28, 118, 178, 181, 192, 193 Tiner, Tracy - 194 Tomlin, Scott - 138 Tomlinson, Lydia - 118, 231 Tousa, Mike - 149, 211, 250 Treacle, Kimberly - 149 Trescott, Andrew - 190, 240, 242 Tucker, Debra - 149 Tucker, John - 303 Tuminello, John - 119 Tunnell, Jannae - 1, 47, 119, 170, 172, 183, 202, 211, 219 359 Tunnell, T. W. - 149 Turner, Wanda - 218 Turner, Paula - 138 Tyler, Tanya - 119, 192, 193, 205 Valencia, Salvador - 149 Valencia, Sanjuana - 161 Van Brunt, Vernon - 161, 251 Van Dyke, Susan - 138 Van Note, Suzanne - 120, 183, 224 Vargas, Leo - 138 Vargas, Leonora - 149 Vasquez, Angeline - 138, 215, 231 Vasquez, Manuel - 120, 183, 231 Vaughan, Gary - 149, 209 Velasquez, Dora - 149, 300 Velasquez, Bart - 231, 300 Velez, Yolanda - 149 Veloz, Carol - 218 Veloz, Sammy - 263, 264 Ventura, Mary - 195, 293 Vescovo, Vicki - 161, 195, 274, 276 Vidal, Eric - 138 Vidal, Helene - 161 Vieg, Clayton - 139, 303, 305 Villagran, John - 139, 222 Villasana, Anna - 149 Villasana, Elva - 161 Villegas, Linda - 149 Vitovsky, Debra - 139 Vitovsky, Randy - 120, 223 Vourakis, Giorgio - 263, 264 Vuilleumier, Cheryl - 1, 121, 170, 172, 183. 211 Ww Waddell, James - 149 Waddell, Robert - 121 Waddle, Michelle - 139 Wagner, Nancy - 121, 183, 207, 213. 218, 359 Waits, Pennie - 150, 303 Walker, Ann - 161, 228 Walker, Donald - 161 - , 305 Izilgiaciis 'W - Walls, Jeff - 139 Wallace, Canny - 150 Wallace, Tony - 166, 217 Ward, Jerry - 121 Ware, Weldon - 161, 251, 270 Warren, Donjell - 150 Wasem, James - 189 Washington, Donald - 150 Watkins, Karen - 122, 178, 180, 1 8 Strong, James - 116 Stuart, Diana - 116, 288 Sturgen, Kathy - 149 Suber, Kevin - 260 Sweeny, Darrel - 261 Sweeten, Holly - 116, 183 Swenholt, Liz - 140, 149, 164, 167, 168, 239 Swoverland, Scott - 117, 183 Tt Tacker, John - 251, 270 Tamura, Robert - 117, 183, 188, 200, 225 Uu Umana, William - 138, 231 Underwood, Carol - 120, 226, 300 Underwood, Michael - 138, 301 Unsworth, Stephanie - 138, 194 Vv Vaca, Alberto - 149, 305 Vaca, Magdalena - 120, 303, 305 Vadala, June - 138, 216, 227, 274, 275 Vail, Pat - 138, 265 358 Watkins, Lisa - 161 Watkins, Teresa - 139 Watson, Beverly - 195, 289, 291 Watson, Martin - 251, 270 Waxler, Amy - 139, 223 Waxler, Mindy - 122, 222 Waxler, Edye - 150 Weaver Beth - 139 Weaver Robert - 161 Weaverling, Jack - 139, 166, 168, 277, 279 Weaverling, Jamie - 139, 355 Webb, David - 122, 183, 252, 256 Webb, Kathy - 227 Weber, Mary - 122, 183, 358 Wiggins, John - 265 Wiggins, Susan - 124 Wijeweera, Dinneli - 139 Wilhelm, Paul - 265 Williams, Angela - 288, 290 Wilser, Zachary - 150, 192, 193, 228, 301 190 Worthington, David - 161 Worthington, John - 161 Wright, Thomas - 139, 228 Wright, Todd - 161, 195 Wyles, Karen - 125, 178, 179, 180, 205 Wilson, Edward - 47, 125, 183, Week, Sheryl- 122, 178, 181, 183 232, 274, 276 Week, Susan - 150, 266, 268, 345 Weise, Diana - 123, 178, 181, 227 Weiser, Rosanna - 123, 133, 218, 358 Welch, Cherry - 150 Weller, Carol - 161 Wells, Mary - 161 Wesley, Larry - 270, 271 Werthman, Judy - 139 West, Randy - 139, 231, 241, 244 Westbrook, Becky - 139 Whisenand, Ann - 161, 214 Whitaker, Frederick - 192, 193, 230 White, David - 123, 218 White, Glenda - 150 Wilkinson, Walter - 250 Willding Patricia - 139, 211, 213 Williams, Anthony - 151 Williams, Brian - 139 Williams, Cheryl - 150 Williams, Cynthia - 150 Williams, Daniel - 150 Williams, Deborah - 125, 183 Williams, Green - 151 Williams Marilyn - 151 Williams, Orlando - 195, 257 Williams, Sharon - 151 Williams, Todd - 304, 305 Williamson, Debra - 151 White, Janis - 288, 290 White, Kenneth - 150, 250 White Kevin - 150, 231, 250 White, Linda - 1, 123, 170, 183 211, 213, 219, 359 White, Mark - 150 White, Mary - 150, 230 White Odis - 251, 261 White, Thomas - 124 Whitfield, Frank - 230, 240, 244, 252, 256, 270, 271 Whitfield, Robert - 201, 230, 240 , 243 Wiegel, Walter - 124, 183, 200, 280 , 285 198, 200, 205, Wilson, Theresa - 139, 194, 230 Wilson, Tony - 151 Windsor, Robert - 151, 270, 271, 272 Winfrey, Wanda - 139 Winker, Tim - 151 Witte, Kellie - 24, 31, 51, 125, 164, 166, 168, 192, 193, 237 Wommack, Cara - 151 Wong, Mayly - 201 Wood, Geneva - 151 Wood, James - 140, 250 Wood, Tamara - 125, 194 Woodard, Nathan - 304 Woodson, John - 151 Wyrer Jeff - 151 YY Yager, Mary - 125, 183 Yates, Angela - 161 Yates, Janice - 151 Yates Joseph - 151 Yending, Cindy - 1, 128, 139, 164, 166, 168, 170, 172, 192 193, 231 Young, Elizabeth - 125, 183, 192, 193, 231. 259 Young Jacqueline - 161 Young, Jenny - 139, 215, 231 Young, Phyllis - 195, 201 Youngberg, Linda - 207 Zz Zak, Annette - 139, 178, 180, 228 Zale, Andrew - 139 Zamudio, Jacqueline - 161 Zenkner, John - 151, 250, 260 Zetty, Gilbert - 151 Zimmerman, Clifton - 194 Zipper, Tammy - 183 Zitaglio, Michele - 151, 345 Zitaglio, Sophie - 183, 359 Wiggins, Bradley - 124, 192, 193 Woodson, Priscilla - 125, 183, 701061664 77? 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