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

 - Class of 1984

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V 'Q V Y V - V V V V , -Sw., , V V I E VV 4 QE 5 rr ' 5 5 V ASV 52' , Vw ' S 1 4 ihgj ., - Seniors t Closs of 1984 Congratulations to the graduating Senior Class iii IVA-1 These past four years of high school have been a very important time in our lives We have accomplished a lot and we've made friends doing so. The memories we've acquired will stay with us forever During our last and best year of high school. our many activities have kept us busy. We started the year with a Back-towSchool Picnic and continued later with a Senior Western party at Trail Dust Steak House We ordered announcements and caps and gowns. and we ended the year with the Senior Prom. Baccalaureate. a picnic at Circle R Ranch. the Senior Assembly. the Luncheon. and finally Commence ment, With the knowledge provided by the facultx and administration at TJ. we will now be able to make the most of our lives Senior Class Dfficers I I irnu esfnunrf. l,rr.s1'rl4'nf . Dz.i:'. Ni-azie. Pres .ze fit. lk .i.ter Weeks.Y1Ce President. Diane Miramontes. Secretary Frank Tousa. Treasurer Senior Advisory Committee Fri-:it Rim Torry Edu ards. Mike Herrera. Frank Tousa. Rodney Jinks. Chris White. Kenneth Byvxaters. Walter Weeks Back Row: Chris Fuentes. Rocky Guerrero. Sheri Furstenberg. Kristi Kolbensvik. Karen Stepherson. Zelda Smith. Diane Miramontes. Paige Thompson. Diane Sloane, NC XxQ,5,, Q X i l X gil N il f like V ' " 3 ff Front Row: Mike Herrera, Karla Cadena, John Seo, Jennifer Thompson, Diane Miramontes, Julie Boothe, Diane Sloane, and Zelda Smith. Back Row: Torry Edwards, Karen Stepherson, Kenneth Bywaters, Eric Sauer, and Rodney links. MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED John Seo Jennifer Thompson BEST ALL AROUND Kenneth Bywaters Diane Mirernontee MOST DEPENDABLE las chosen by the facultyy Kenneth Bywaters Karen Stepherson MOST RESPECTED MOST TALENTED Torry Edwards Diane Sloane Karla Cadena Eric Sauer 'U ffm FRIENDLIEST Dora Gonzalez Mike Herrera LE'rlc wiTTiEs'r Rodney Jihke Chris White Zelda Smith Julie Boothe 5 iii in f ' r ,, f ,rf E X it Ns t B - P 2 . i f 'Nik i i . kj, ...A kg. E T L li li 'Q i gum?-sn N ,Q """ F N n K xi- gas-is E ' at K .. fl if 3 Ssli s rx lx A THE DCJCUFTIENT TEH The DOCUMENT Tea was held on January 8, 1984, at the home of Jen- nifer Whited. The judges were Lena Payne, Duncan Stott, and Peggy Sykora, The DOCUMENT staff would like to express their appreciation to the judges, Mr. and Mrs. Whited for the use of their home, and the Beauty and Handsome nominees. asa! Jose Meza thinks, "l'd rather have a Coke." Mike Herrera picks a winner. i Dora Gonzalez wonders, f'Did someone spike Jerry Coronado asks Mike Biles, "Are you real- Jennifer Vaughn says, "Believe it or not, this the punch?" lv going to eat that?" cake is really good," From Left to Right: Eric Sauer, Mike Biles, Jose Meza, Zelda Smith, Diane Sloane, Jennifer Thompson, Derek Sholeen, Dora Gonzalez, Diane Miramontes, Walter Weeks, Karla Cadena, Jerry Coronado, Mike Herrera, Paige Thompson, and Jennifer Vaughn. Document Beauty ond Hondsome Nominees mike Biles Korlo Codeno Torry Edwords Doro Gonzolez Derek Sholeen Dione Sloone Zeldo Smith Wolter Weeks Document most Hondsome Guys gm Jerry Coronodo mike Herrero Jose mezo Eric Souer Senior Favoriies Diane Miramonies and Kenneih Bgwaiers NOMINEES Dora Gonzalez Mike Herrera Diane Sloane Rodneg Jinks Zelda Smiih Walier Weeks Christine Aguilera Bandg FHA . . . CHACAS f Lionel Anthony Alford B Honor Rollg Soccer 11-123 FHAQ Pres ..., Y'ALL BE COOL!! Es th er Albrigh t Andrew Alvarado Cross Countryg Varsity Trackg FHAg Los Amigos Jesse Barajas, Jr. W Betty P. Alvarado Los Amigosg OEAXVOEQ FHAg Mexican- American Culture Club CADILLAC GIRL' N Jim Baridon 4 Scott Barker Diamond Ben-Ami FHAg French Clubg Clinic Helpg Counselors Office Help . . . VON ERICH POWER ty Swim Team 9-12, Capt.g Ba Cross Country 12g Physics DOZEN 84 4 to-an B Honor Rollg Handsome No . . . THANKS MOM AND DAD Kyle Dodd Bigerstaff National Honor Societyg B Honor Rollg Varsi- Amigosg Attendance Office Help . . , DIRTY Michael L. Brles B Honor Rollg Photographyg JV Footballg Varsity Football . . . IT WAS FUN 'Brough P X Andrew Benavidez seball 10-11g Clubg Los minee 11-12 60" ,nurse-w Debra Rena Billops Marching Band, Flag Corpsg Afro American Culture Clubg FHA, Presidentg OEAXVOE . . . GOOD LUCK SRS! 4 Deidre Collene Birmingham Reveilleg Latin Club Historiang FHA . . . AD NAUSEAM P 'Q QA! 5U-Km if LaDonna Lynn Black National Honor Societyg A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Quill and Scrollg Superior Cadet Awardg Military Ball Queen 19825 Nominee Military Ball Queen 19833 Rifle Team Princess 1982g Reveille Editorg Liberty Bellesg Liberty Belles Managerg Melody Maidsg Patriot Choirg Y-Teensg ROTC-Rifle Teamg Stage Color Guard FOREVER- MORE84! Julie Kay Boothe B Honor Rollg Senior Superlativeg Patriot Choirg Melody Maidsg Concert Choir Treasurerg Harmonyg Lil Abnerg Hello Dollyg Bells Are Ririgingg Once Upon A Mattress: Key Clubg Los Amigosg Student Council . . . LIFELONGFRIENDS l Ronald Brantley 4 K' 'WW4 Na-...M Tracy Bray iudf'N 'Q' Greta Gail Brenna B Honor Roll, Orchestra 9-12, Women's Select Choir, Li'l Abner, Once Upon a Mat' tress, French Club, TJTS, Vice Pres, Humanities Club, Key Club, Counselors Of- fice Help . . . WE ARE SIAMESEI Q55 Y' xx- X5 gain we Q56 ,oaf ov -' ' - a, o Q9 'o cp N6 QQ' V' 4,55 rf -:P X0 ,L e Goa 6,2 'St sbt 06, B9 -me Y qw Q2 .9410 ,X xtcwgod be cg o C91 Q01 OMF Ox 096 rub Q5 601 -gel 00 ,056 59 New wax okay ON Ga, QQ o 0 Noi fb ca 5 o -' 19: HQ o 6 .pn W' af? N5 KO Q x X1 fa x 5 6 Q6 Q35 isbn mx 4409 609' 900 .Se- aff QQ Z6 Q2 ro YW LH- Q .603 A SK qv, Q0 be -,L ,GX cb Xl s " ' 'fb X05 or 626 O0 W9 Q wwe ooo Q . qfovcexa we by ave de Sex at ,ax 39 5 ox x0 QC oo 'Nc' 2 V Q . Y Q 'V s rx 56 1 'A ,Q Y, of 89 rf' as ,ov SS Exo X axvkhvea zgbvb 'Soak 60,010 ,oyxea-K Xxvsa xoxox Q . 0 9 X, Q C56 Qt' 0 are 4' 1' of ,si Q W 40 X 5 0 is Y 40 -0 CP eo 46" viz gil? vdbcf' X049 x Ng . Q9 52? 661 wok 90 xge Q50 not Paula D. Brown B Honor Roll, Patriot Choir, Varsity Basket- ball, 4-yr. Letterman, FHA, Pres .... LUV YA MOM. DAD AND MIKE Tony Burton B Honor Roll, Quill and Scroll, DOCU- MENT, Tennis 10-12, Key Club, Pres., Vice Pres., Stage Crew, Humanities, Los Amigos, Chess Club, Library Aide, Clinic Aide, At- tendance Office Help . . . 12 DOWN, 6 TO GO. e- QQ 6 save " oo X Q a a, qw 4 X50 oo wk up Zo x x Z at or Q Q Qo5?9,YX9gQ0O NV..- Steve Burch B Honor Roll, Football 9-12, Track 9-12, Basketball 9, FHA . . . SO LONG SRS 85: 8441 wah, 'tic 'Nun Mr. llfienneth Bywatersl Rogers says, HHello boys and girls! lsn't it a beautiful day in the neighborhood?" Sharon Ann Busby Melody Maids, Women's Select Choir, Varsi- ty Basketball, Manager, VOE, FHA, JROTC . . . GRADUATE AT 4?! Kenneth Wayne Bywaters Honor Roll, B Honor Roll, Student Council, Pres: Class Dolly: National Honor Society, Pres., A Whiz Quiz, Senior Superlativeg Favorite 10, 11, 12, Band, Hello Baseball, Key Club, Humanities Club, Pres, Physics Club, Office Help . . . DIRTY DOZEN 84 if wr-'rv Karla Leticia Cadena B Honor Roll, Senior Superlative, Senior Beauty Nominee, Homecoming Queen Nominee, Liberty Belles, Patriot Choir, Chaplain, Melody Maids, Chaplain, Concert Choir, Chaplain, Harmony, Li'l Abner. Hello Dolly: Bells Are Ringing, Once Upon a Mat- tress: German Club, Student Council, Vice Pres., Humanities Club, Key Club, TJTS1 Physics Club, Mascot, Attendance Office Help. . .LIFELONG FRIENDS Valerre Cha vmess 'LBut l was born this way!" explains Tim Petty, Wo 9406 K6 9957! Q zo '96 We rf dbowo 41 ,yy 1 c 51' J of eq, ,5 8 JO! if 1,56 oe, ,P 1- f eb 'Sfs was o obo, -V1 dl' 1 f , e ,a 'fc re, ' ' 0 SCJ 60 fl '00r,J C, Q f Jr f UU of 1,5 X ,o Q 9 0,1 oy O -'oo Gro, e I' J, f to Omen ab Oleg ff WW ,V4 I 47 ev 'YM 4 ,I Lp S6 ff 1 c 9 7315, 0 W ,O ff v f 9+ r Sr ,770 ri QV if s P e Q f 6' 1 of df I f S1 QOL 4, el ab be 0 e e j'7n1,b6,0149dd 11 4-461: 6:-5 'W fd do, Cf, Sf qw 1. 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TJ BASEBALL 43184 4 Kimberly Lynn Clayton B Honor Rollg Latin Clubg FHA, Vice Presg Library Help THANKS MOM, DAD, ESS P Jeffrey Paul Colao B Honor Rollg Counselor's Office Help . . . TJ! Kelsie Lynne Conatser A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Liberty Belles, Chaplaing TJTSQ Patriot Choirg Melody Maidsg Concert Choirg Of Poems, Youth, and Springg Hello Dollyg Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon A Mattressg Los Amigosg Humanities Clubg Office Help . . ,LIFELONGFRIENDS 4 Gerardo Coronado B Honor Rollg Most Handsome 93 DOCU- MENT Handsome Nomineeg Football 9-123 Counselor's Office Help . , . THANKS MOM Q DAD P VK, wg Darryl D. Cole B Honor Rollg Stage Craftg Basketball 11-125 Track , , . IMADE IT MARTHA 'vw Kelly Lea Culver B Honor Rollg Beauty Nominee 9-10g Favorite Nominee 93 DOCUMENTQ Concert Choirg Bells Are Ringingg Once Upon A Mat- tressg Key Clubg Student Councilg Los Amigosg Humanities Clubg Office Help . . . HEY BUD LET'S PARTY Marie Cosme FHAg HECE . . . IMADE IT MOM 4 Ramona S. Cox B Honor Rollg FHA, Vice-Pres. BYE Y'ALL V Pea trice Marie Darby Flag Corpsg ROTC, Drill Teamg VOCTQ FHAg Pres .... IMADE IT MOM AND DAD Michelle Da ves 4 Andrea Davis . , . HEY BUD LET'S PARTY Z P Joe E. Da villa B Honor Rollg Photographyg Bandg CVAE, Pres.g FHAQ VOCTQ Los Amigos . , .BYE TJ SR 84 ...rd Eric W. Davis B Honor Roll, Football 9-12, Track 11-12, FHA . . . GOOD LUCK, SR 85! Marta Louise Da vis Swimming 11-123 Cross-Country 12 THANKS MOM AND DAD Ivory Jewel Da vis B Honor Rong OEAg FHA FOREVER' MORE SR 84 V Robert B. Da vis National Honor Societyg A Honor Rollg Key Clubg Humanities Clubg Physics Club WILL MISS YA TJ Mitchell Da vis Physics Club 4 . . IDON'T DRINK. REALLY X 5 Dr. Louie Bledsoe eyes Frank Tousa while he cas Blue? White? Purple? Louisa Diaz del Pilar National Honor Societyg B Honor Rollg Who's Who: TJ Orchestrag Concert Choirg Lil' Abner: Hello Dolly: Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon a Mattress: French Club Humanities Clubg Library Help .. THANKS TJ FOR ALL i,v giiii 1 ZEEA I ,ii I lg zid .L N,,i,iZi,,, Egl, ylyv 5,i 'll- ar ff Wm f , ii on the Senior Cap and Gown controversy. Anna Dela Garza A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg HECE 1g FHAg HEROQ Los Amigos ,.. ILUV MOM AND DAD 4 Peter Hope Del Rosario National Honor Societyg B Honor Rollg Bandg Key Clubg VICAQ Physics Club NAIDA AT ENDl P Charles Allen Dolk Football 9-12 , , . WORK THAT NECK Debra Dawn La terri Dukes B Honor Rollg ROTC Military Ball Princessg FHAQ Office Help: Clinic Help . . . SO- LONG, TJ!! we an--ra.. 'f' Leticia A. Escamilla B Honor Rollg Patriot Choirg Swim Team, Mgr.g FHAQ HEROQ HECEg Los Amigosg Library Help Jorge Elizondo HECEQ FHA . . . GOOD LUCK 84 Jeanne L. Escher B Honor Rollg Liberty Belles, Sr. Rep.g Cross Country 11-125 Key Clubg German Club, Secg Humanities Clubg FHA, Sec. . . . I LOVE JEFF Angie Taylor and Chad King wonder where the little birdie is. Now we know what Joe Davilla does during photography class. Deanna Valora Carol Estes B Honor Rollg Bandg Flag Corpsg Volleyball 9-125 Basketball 11, Mgr.q Afro American Culture Clubg FHA, Sec .... PLA YGIRL IS GONE 4 Jaqueline Estrada Robles Pan American Clubg FHAg ROTC P 'Us M Q5 Suzanne R. Farfan Los Amigosg Key Clubg Office Helpg Counselor's Office Help , . .BESTOFBUDS Colleen A. Ferguson A Honor Rollg DOCUMENTQ Bandg Flag Corps, Capt.g Band Sweetheartg FHA Juan Carlos Fernandez B Honor Rollg Los Amigosg HECEQ Office Help , . , COORS GOA TS 84 XTT E NTION Z ig l f ----'-' " f P HERE r, . ' y 'N 1 " l""' 700 fo' "Hurryl What's the definition of cacophonous?" Kyle Biggerstaff asks Poster lures Seniors to 'LEat More Beef!" David Hicks est Carlos Jim Zerda Floresca National Honor Societyg B Honor Rollg Patriot Choirg Concert Choirg Harmonyg Bells Are Ringing, Once Upon A Mattress: Swimming 9-113 Physics Clubg Humanities Club , . .JOYCE MAHALKITA 4 Marcus Foster Phiui Franklin .cg l if P David Hicks and Emily Kelton show their spirit for the senior class Christina Marie Fuentes B Honor Rollg DOCUMENTQ Reveilleg Patriot Choirg Melody Maidsp Concert Choirg Hello Dolly: Lill Abner: Once Upon a Mut- tressg TJTSQ Los Amigos: Key Clubg Sr, Ad- visory Committee: Office Help I LUV YOU LAURA Vincent Paul Friske A Honor Rollg B Honor Roll: Swim Team 9: Golf Team 9-12, Captain, Letterman: Key Clubg Physics Clubg French Clubg Library Aide , . . THE FINAL CUT Sheryl Marie Furstenberg National Honor Society, Vice Pres: A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Patriot Choirg Melody Maidsg Concert Choir, Secg Hello Dolly: Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon o Mat- tress: Los Amigosg Humanities Club. Sec,fTreas.g Student Councilg Sr. Advisory Committeeg Office Help . . , JESUS LOVES YOU Mary Garcia 1 'I dd B990 O rio, o W 'Q if Q S 99,7 W 1 0,097 fv Q b J cv C' 4, '7 ed fy i ' OZ I 0 rp Q W 'Q 4 f I I7 rf '75 r 3 f r 0 Q ra 'rf 09 .QQ I, I f, fy, , S fro, O Q h 130 , 5 ' 0 0 A I Q f f, fl Qui 0 01 '7 ef 1 X .v , f 'Ofc 9, f, .oe 1,77 ff, 'sy ffrfqfvx HP 0f5:!9E2.,0' Larry Chapman dreams about his future L , by ,pd 6 07, P 0 Q4 , fy 65, 5' 0 I 1 efdvbso GOV 41 an X 41? 0 67 1 , ' ,, fy- 60 0 1 dl f 57 O 11 W 1 kv I fkvfd 'fc 'Llp fo, jog F 41 1, O cd! ff W f LG '30 f 6 fa 06 o W pf by fi Timothy Ga tewood Q95 ,lcv gwe J 07 C, 9, f, 06 li Dora Lydia Gonzalez B Honor Roll: Senior Superlative Homecoming Queeng Sr. Favorite Nominee Document Beauty Nomineeg DOCUMENTQ OEA, Treasg DECA, Treasg French Clubg Clinic Aide , , THANKS. ILUV U7 Stephanie K. Goodell A Honor Rollg Women's Select Choir: Once Upon a Mattress: Humanities Clubg TJTS, Presg Key Clubg Office Help . . . WE ARE SIAMESE ,MW i. Pamela Joyce Grady B Honor Roll: A Honor Rollg Varsity Basket- ball: Varsity Volleyball: Iv Volleyballg FHAQ AfrofAmerican Culture Club: Office Help ,.. I YEAR AND LOVED IT 'Wm """"sr- Raquel Guerrero B Honor Roll, Quill and Scroll, Cheerleader, JV, Varsity, Capt., DOCUMENT, Melody Maids, Concert Choir, Harmony, Hello Dol- ly: Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon A Mattress: Los Amigos, Latin Club, Sec., Physics Club, Humanities Club, Student Council, Senior Advisory Committee, Office Help . , JESUS IS LOVE Tammy Rita Harper A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll, Liberty Belles, SecfTreas., Student Council, Sec., Patriot Choir, Melody Maids, Concert Choir, Bells Are Ringing: Hello Dolly: Once Upon A Mat- tress, DECA, German Club, TJTS . . , KEL Sa CRIS FOREVER 4'-so-F' Christianne Halford Reveille, DECA, Latin Club, Los Amigos, TJTS, Office Help ,.. ANGANGANGANGANG Holly Harris Lisa Annette Hammond B Honor Roll, Melody Maids, Volleyball 9- 12, Capt., Basketball 9-11, Co-Capt., Track 911, FHA, HECE, Afro-American Culture Club, Vice-Pres., Student Council . . . NTSU BOUND ALL IN 84 Lee P. Harrison II B Honor Roll, Football, Humanities Club, FHA, Library Help, Counselor's Office Help . , . AIR FORCE BOUND H rocraafinafion ia flue arf oflfeeping up wif!! ge.4fercJag.,, Daniel Reece Hasty B Honor Rollg Handsome Nominee 10g Reveilleg Patriot Choirg Concert Choirg Lil Abnerg Hello Dolly: Soccer, 3 Year Letter- man, Captg Key Clubg FHA, Treas .... SR. 84 Lisa Henry Debra Hawkins A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg FHAQ Counselor's Office Helpg Library Help .. . SO LONG AND GOD BLESS Michael De Wayne Herrera Class Favorite Nominee 11, 125 DOCU- MENT Handsomeg Senior Superlativeg Cheerleader, JV, Varsityg Student Councilg Los Amigosg Key Clubg Humanities Clubg Physics Clubg Counselorls Office Help DIRTY DOZEN84 'itm Q-fer' Paul E. Heatherington B Honor Rollg Class Favorite 93 Patriot Choirg Football 93 Soccerg VICA . . . COORS GOA TS 84 Yvette Herrera Melody Maidsg Latin Clubg FHAQ DECA . . . ILOVE YOU MOM AND DAD H you falfe dig paced you eaue ig :5,96lC05.H Rodney Jerrell Jinks Senior Superlativeg Football 9-12g Baseball 9-12g Office Help . . . GOOD-BYE, TJ! Q J' EVERYONE 4 6:3411 David Anthony Hicks National Honor Societyg A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg National Leadership Award Nomineeg Photographer, Photography Editorg Pan American Clubg Los Amigosg Physics Clubg Key Club Pres.g Humanities Club Historiang Counselor's Officeg Library Help . . . CONFUSION ROW 84 4 Kim Hyo b Michael Douglas Kelly A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Tennis 9-12g Physics Clubg Los Amigosg Key Clubg Humanities Clubg FHAg Office Helpg Counselor's Office Help . .. THANKS Emily Anne Kelton National Honor Societyg A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Thespiang Quill and Scrollg DOCUMENTQ OfPoems, Youth, and Springf Lil Abnerg Stage Crewg TJTS Sec., Fresh. Repg Physics Clubg Humanities Clubg Los Amigosg Counselorls Office . . . MATTHEW Paul Juarez, Jr. B Honor Rollg Football 9-123 Pan American Clubg Los Amigosg Mexican-American Culture Club . . . PARTY DUDE OF 84 P Kris Edward Kemper Student Councilg Stage Crewg TJTSg CVAEg ROTCQ FHAQ Library Helpg Counselor's Of- fice Help . . . THANKS MOM AND DAD! 4 Kathy Lynn Kendall B Honor Rollg DOCUMENTg Marching Bandg Feature Twirlerg Band Vice Pres.g Concert Bandg Stage Bandg Hello Dolly: TJTS Sec.g Counselor's Office Help . , . IT TOOK 2 OF US, MIN Chad A. King B Honor Rollg Bandg Football 9-123 Track 9, 125 Office Help . . .ITS ON TO COLLEGE! V Matthew King B Honor Rollg DOCUMENTg Varsity Foot- ballg Varsity Soccerg Swim Teamg Physics Clubg Office Helpg Library Help THE DIRTY DOZEN -J Merrill King Lisa Mashun Krrkendoll B Honor Roll FHA ROTC CVAE VOCT . . . GOOD LUCK SR 84 Derek Sholeen asks, 'LAll right, who stole my keys?!" at the Senior Picnic. Mary Kristene Kolbensvik National Honor Society, B Honor Roll, Thes- pians, Junior Beauty Nominee, Varsity Cheerleader, Co-Captain, Patriot Choir. Sec., Concert Choir, Sec. Vice Pres., Lil Abner, Hello Dolly: Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon A Mattress: Key Club, Student Coun- cil, Treas., Humanities Club, Los Amigos, Sr, Advisory Committee, Office Help JESUS LOVES YOU 4 Mindy Maria Lalonde B Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, DOCUMENT Editor, Tennis, Varsity, TJTS, Key Club, Los Amigos, Counselor's Help, Clinic Help . . . IT TOOK 2 OF US KAT P Grady Morris Lamb B Honor Roll, Band, Swim Team, ICT. Pres. . . .COORS GOA TS - 84 Helen Beth Levine National Honor Society, A Honor Roll, B Honor Roll, Quill and Scroll, DOCUMENT, Soccer 9-12, Capt., 4 Year Letterman, Cross-Country, 10, Key Club, Treas., French Club, Vice Pres., Physics Club, Humanities Club, Library Help LIFELONG FRIENDS f David Keith Landers .-1 Robert Lee Maddera II B Honor Rollg German Clubg Key Clubg Latin Clubg Counselofs Office Help AUFWIEDERSEHEN' Joanne Lopez 4 Maricela Lopez National Honor Societyg B Honor Rollg A Honor Rollg Melody Maidsg Concert Choirg Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon A Mattress: Concert Bandg Key Clubg Office Help THANK YOU JESUS P KN 3 Debra Martin Maria de Ia Iuz Martinez FHAQ Los Amigos: OEAg VOE 4 4 . "LLUVlA" Gb-4 Qu..-uf Jeff Colao is "THE Sharp-Dressed Man." Sonja Patrice McCuin B Honor Roll, Flag Corps, Patriot Choir, Volleyball 11, Basketball, Mgr. 11, VOCTQ FHA, Afro American Culture Club . . . BABYGIRL OF AT4 Bradley Kent Ma this A Honor Roll, B Honor Roll, Soccer 12, Key Club, Physics Club, Humanities Clubg Clinic Help . . .ILOVE YOU ALL! 4 Nancy Matthews Afro American Culture Clubg CVAE, VOCT, FHA . . . IMADE IT DADDY P Maria Medina Jose Javier Meza B Honor Roll, DOCUMENT Handsome Nomineeg Photographerg Football, 9-12, Counselor's Office Help . . .IMADE IT!! 4 Diane B. Miramontes National Honor Society, Sec,g B Honor Roll, Senior Class Sec., A Honor Roll, Class Favorite Nominee 9, Class Favorite 10, 11, 12, Senior Superlativeg Homecoming Princessg DOCUMENT Beauty Nominee, Liberty Belles, Lieut.g Kick Club, Melody Maids, Treas., Concert Choir, Lil Abrierg Once Upon A Mattress, Student Councilg Senior Advisory Committee, Los Amigos, Key Club, FHA . . .FRIENDS IN JESUS! P Carmen Meza ,ff Celeste Ann Moore B Honor Rollg Volleyball 10-125 Basketball 10-11, Mgrg Afro American Culture Clubg HECEQ FHA, Seog Clinic Help . . . CHOW CHOW 84 TJ if Vickey Denise Mitchell Flag Corpsg ROTC, Military Ball Princess: Patriot Choir: Basketball, Mgrg Volleyball 93 FHAQ VOCT, Sec. , . . THANKS MOM LOVE U! 1 Marie Moner P Macy Marlin Moore Reveilleg ROTC, Drill Team, Color Guard, Ofcr .... U.S.M,C, BOUND! Lilly Munoz Los Amigosg FHAg VOEQ OEA . . , I LOVE YOU MOM AND DAD 4 Marlo Dione Murphy B Honor Rollg Photographerg Melody Maidsg Key Clubg Humanities Clubg Office Help . . . FRIENDS FOREVER P Jaime Morales Robyn Leigh Musgrave DOCUMENT, Reveille, Melody Maids, Con- cert Choir, Historian, Harmony, Bells Are Ringing: Hello Dolly: Once Upon A Mattressg Key Club, Sec., Los Amigos 4 . . LIFELONG FRIENDS Laura Elizabeth Newton B Honor Roll, Liberty Belles, DOCUMENT: Of Poems, Youth and Spring, Swim Team, Los Amigos, DECA, Pres., Key Club . . . I LOVE YOU CHRIS! Eric F. Nicks Student Council, B Honor Roll, Los Amigos, HECE I, Il . . ,COORS GOATS 84 4 Edward Oviedo Football 9-12, Swim Team 12, Diving Team 12, FHA . . ,PARTY DUDE OF 84 P Brad Mathis and Armando Perez, the unknown se test. Donald Haan Nguyen National Honor Society, German National Honor Society, A Honor Roll, Quill and Scroll, DOCUMENT, editor, Concert Choir, Orchestra, Band, Lil Abner, Once Upon a Mattress, Swim Team, Cross Country, Key Club, Sec., German Club, Pres., Mascot, Physics Club, French Club, Whiz Quiz, Com- puter Club, Math Club .. I, ag, E 2 niors, contemplate studying for a Humanities l l Cynthia Ann Parra Jason Parrish Concert Choirg FHAg OEA, Vice Presg Los Amigosg ROTC, Officerg VOE Armando Perez B Honor Rollg DOCUMENTg Varsity Soccerg Los Amigosg Physics Clubg FHAQ Humanities Clubg French Club . . . DIRTY DOZEN 84 4 James Rooney Peters B Honor Rollg Advertisingg HECE, Pres.g Library Aideg Counselor's Office Help . .. 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Timothy Petty B Honor Rollg Football 9g Varsity Baseballg Library Aide . . . DIRTY DOZEN 84 4 Audrey Polk P Stacy Edward Peters Football 11g Basketball 113 CVAE, Vice Pres.g Fl-IA . . . BYE LETECIA SIS sir: Tangyla N. Peterson B Honor Rollg Track 11 . , .FREE AT LAST "84" Marian Polk B Honor Roll: Melody Maidsg JV Volleyball 10g Varsity Volleyball 11-129 Track: Varsity Basketball: OEAQ VOE, Vice Pres,g FHA, Sec: Afro-American Culture Club, Sec.: Y- Teensg Office Help . . . PRAYER PAYS OFF Stephen Ray Porter Thespiang Photographer: Concert Choir: Patriot Choirg Harmony: Bells Are Ringing: Hello Dolly: Once Upon a Mattress: Good- bye to the Clown. Louder I Cant Hear You: Operation Love: Basketballg Stage Crew . . , GREEN, GREEN FOG O . S ' . -was 6eO"' 4-Safco' 0 29 6106,-Sod. f s Q o I- 92 ,AO -3 org! 1.0 0 0 O 03,0 -'f Q 2,32 Q 'o I ,O 6 5, so Q e O, we f 9, ,O 'S' no o ' O 6 90,0 e O 4 -F 59 0352,-I tr PL 6 0, .ry G f M, o of 010 9 S For 4 'E QL ,A 9 e of 6190 Q Q 'V'55'5alLV fffffgbcyol F c 0 0 0 '5 , f , ' cs Q 623 fp J- 6, -. LP 00'-'fd O as Oo oC5.Po,7O' " 2 O10 ,tr 6 60 '7"'o OVSO., .o s- Q Q. Q 46.9 " 2 - Q - O vow 0,3 oo? do' 0 C50 QL L Matt King licks it up. William Poupart B Honor Roll: ICT: VICA . . . MOVIN' ON JOHN 3:16 4 Laura Beth Ramsey The Wind ls a Dancer: Of Poems, Youth and Spring: Operation Loue: Goodbye to the Clown: Louder I Can't Hear You: Love Makes the World Go Round: Li'l Abner: Hello Dolly: Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon a Mattress: Stage Crew, Asst. Manager, Managerg Latin Club: Los Amigos: TJTSQ Counselor's Office Help . . . CREW SHALL PREVAIL P ss, .. Q1 S F 3 Anthony Randle Curtis Reed B Honor Rollg Bandg Cross Countryg Trackg FHAg Library Aide ... 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Tom Rubio IV B Honor Roll, A Honor Roll, Most Hand- some 10g Tennis Letterman 9-125 Football 1 lg Los Amigos, Attendance Office 4 Dolores Sanchez r Karmen Marie Rogers DOCUMENT, Flag Corps Capt, Concert Band, Band Jr. Rep., Swimming 9, 10, 123 Cross Country 10, Los Amigos, Treas.g Humanities Club . , . IT'S BEEN REAL Theo Romine Rosemarie A. Sandoval OEAQ VOEg FHAQ Mexican-American Culture Club . . .ILUV UMOM AND DAD STRENGTH 4 4 CHILD Cindy Ann Schlette B Honor Rollg Freshman Favorite Nomineeg Photographerg Concert Choirg Bells Are Ringingg Once Upon A Mattressg Soccer, 4 Year Letterman, Capt.g Student Council, Chairpersong Los Amigosg Humanities Clubg Counselor's Office Help GOD IS MY Tammyia Scott V Cynthia Kaye Sells B Honor Rollg Advanced Orchestrag Bowling 95 OEA Sec.g FHA Treas.g Afro-American Club . . . COLLEGE BOUND! John Sehun Seo National Honor Society Treas.g A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg NTSQ National Merit Let- ter Of Commendationg Senior Superlativeg Orchestrag Li'l Abnerg Bells Are Ringingg Once Upon A Mattress: Golf 9-12 Letter- mang French Clubg German Club, Treasg Physics Club, Pres.g Key Club Activities Directorg Library Help . . . WHEN I WAS A Eric Trevor Sauer B Honor Rollg Thespiang Jr, Most Hand- someg DOCUMENT Handsome Nomineeg Senior Superlativeg JV Cheerleaderg Varsity Cheerleaderg Operation Loueg Pictures Of Loueg Louder I Cunyt Hear Youg Hello Dollyg Bells Are Ringingq Once Upon A Mattressg Patriot Choirg Concert Choirg Harmonyg Stage Crewg Humanities Clubg TJTS Soph. Repg Office Help . . . SUN AND SURF SR. 84 Jennifer Shelton M, 4 NTSU Sonia Novette Smith B Honor Rollg Marching Bandg Concert Bandg JV Basketballg Varsity Basketballg FHA Pres.g Y-Teensg Afro-American Culture Clubg Office Helpg Library Help. 4 Zelda Robin Smith B Honor Rollg Soph. Beauty and Favorite Nomineeg Jr. Beautyg Jr. Favorite Nomineeg Senior Beauty and Favorite Nomineeg Homecoming Queen Nomineeg Senior Superlativeg JV Cheerleader Capt.g Varsity Cheerleaderg Marching Bandg Concert Bandg Basketball 9-125 Volleyball 11-123 Track 9-12g Sr. Advisory Committeeg FHAQ Student Councilg Afro-American Culture Clubg Office Help . . . BEDROCK TO NTSU V Margie Sta ton Patriot Choirg Melody Maidsg Once Upon A Mattressg FHAg Los Amigosg Key Clubg Of- fice Help . . . GOD IS WITH YOU Karen Stepherson A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Senior Superlativeg Marching Bandg JV Basketballg JV Volleyballg Varsity Basketball Captg Varsity Volleyballg Track 10-123 FHAQ Press Y-Teensg Afro-American Culture Clubg Pres.g Student Councilg Sr. Advisory Committeeg Office Help , , . BEDROCK TO f -ffm - Diane Michele Sloane National Honor Societyg A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Student Councilg Senior Class Pres.g Senior Superlativeg Jr. Class Favoriteg Homecoming Queen Nomineeg Sr. Class Favorite Nomineeg Sr. Beauty Nomineeg Liberty Belles, Soph. Rep., Captaing Kick Clubg Concert Choirg Melody Maidsg TJTSQ Hello Dollyg Bells Are Ringingg Spanish Club iff' Michelle Suzanne Stoddard B Honor Roll: Concert Choir: Melody Maids: Symphonic Band, Pres,: Marching Band: Drum Major: Li'l Abner: Hello Dolly: Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon a Mattress: French Club. . . ILUV JAMES UT BOUND L - 3 'Q I fs noooooe g F KWQSN of ' Pamela Stone 1 .ff "But she said it would do tricks?!" exclaims Scott Barker: as he watches the purse. "'5?!"'r:asv Ronald James Tester National Honor Society: A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: Thespian: Concert Choir: Pres. and Music Librarian: Harmony: Patriot Choir: Lil' Abner: Hello Dolly: Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon a Mattress: Physics Club: Los Amigos: Key Club: Chess Club: Computer Club: Counselor's Office Help . , . MA TTHEW 6:3111 Sharetha Dawn Strange A Honor Roll: B Honor Roll: OEA, Pres . , . I LOVE YA TJ! Angela Faye Taylor B Honor Roll: Reveille: Liberty Belles: Chaplain: Student Council: Patriot Choir: Melody Maids: Concert Choir: Hello Dolly: Bells Are Ringing: Once Upon a Mattress: Los Amigos: Afro-American Culture Club: Office Help . . . CONSIDER ME GONE tm. ..AL .rt Helena Alice Thielen B Honor Rollg Liberty Bellesg Patriot Choirg Melody Maidsg Concert Choirg Bells Are Ringingq Once Upon U Mattress: DECA, Hist, . . . LIFELONG FRIENDS Jennifer Reeve Thompson National Honor Societyg A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Sophomore Beauty Nomineeg Junior Favorite Nomineeg DOCUMENT Beauty Homecoming Princessg Senior Superlativeg Liberty Belles, lst Lieutenant 11-125 Kick Clubg Patriot Choirg Melody Maidsg Key Clubg Physics Club, Secg Stu- dent Council, Treas.g Pan American Club, Vice Pres.g Los Amigosg Humanities Clubg Office Help , , ,SHREWS RULE! Douglas Thomas "We really were in class yesterday!" plead Kare marked absent in 2nd period. Paige L. Thompson A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Freshman Favoriteg Freshman Beautyg Sophomore Favorite Nomineeg Sophomore Beautyg Junior Favorite and Beauty Nomineeg DOCUMENT Beautyg Homecoming Princessg Liberty Belles, Officerg Melody Maidsg Harmonyg Lil' Abrierq Key Clubg Student Councilg FHAQ Sr, Advisory Committee , . . FRIENDS IN JESUS! 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FRIENDS FOREVER P Suzy D. Vidal B Honor Rollg Favorite Nominee 9-103 JV, Varsity Cheerleader: Soccer 9-103 Tennis 9- 10g DECAQ Los Arnigosg Office Help . , . Karen Marie Vieg A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Thespiansg Na- tional Honor Societyg Liberty Belles, Press Photographerg Concert Choirg The Wind is a Dancer: Soccer Managerg Key Club, Vice Pres., Secs Los Amigosg Latin Club, Vice Pres.g TJTS, Sec., Clerkg Counselor's Help . , .LIFELONG FRIENDS 4 Pedro Villareal B Honor Rollg Varsity Footballg Varsity Baseballg Los Amigos THANKS, CROWYTJI P John Walls 4 Walter Winston Weeks National Honor Societyg A Honor Rollg B Honor Rollg Jr. Handsome Nomineeg Senior Favorite Nomineeg DOCUMENT Handsome Nomineeg Varsity Baseballg Varsity Footballg Varsity Soccerg Senior Class Vice Pres.g Senior Advisory Committeeg French Clubp Office Helpg Counselor's Office Helpg Z so James Langston Williams B Honor Rollg Marching Bandg Concert Bandg JV Footballg Varsity Footballg Trackg FHAQ Afro-American Culture Club FAREWELL TJ Library Help . , . THE DIRTY DOZEN P Constance Beatrice Wilson B Honor Rollg Patriot Choirg Melody Maidsg JV, Varsity Basketballg Varsity Trackg Fl-lAg Afro-American Culture Clubg Office Help ...IDID IT GLORIA it 'iv' Renee Woods John Wright Bobby Romans believes its magic that we're graduating, A 1 Q 4 5 ,Wg W .lr l 'Q ice ...f . ,A .. , sb LQ li? , - ,i w ff s it ,eff Y Iris Wright ka SSE' Martha Zambrano Jose Zuniga Everyone's happy to be a Senior of '84 especially Dora Gonzalez, Juan Gonzalez, and Rosemary Sandoval. Christopher Baines White W W B Honor Rollg Senior Superlativeg JV is . Baseballg Football 10-11g Humanities Club: Los Amigosg Physics Clubg FHA, Pres.g Senior Advisory Committeeg Office Help . , , -isif . A A DIRTY DOZEN 84 K N 'SQ k'-. W x . . shsis S Q i Elf .isss I fl 'fi Q -fs f' X K x li kk... rksl . in ' i A 'slf e-1fxXSa2:2:s:: "Tw ,S is V Jaime' UNPICTURED SENIORS Brian Adams James Anderson Delfina Arauco A Christopher Backer Robert Barker Joseph Beland aifiobert BQU ' ,Wk . ..g? 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'E' 'dxf' il-L, xx' Monserrat Aguilera Tina Alonzo Lupita Alvarez Dindy Alverson Jesus Arauco Sepehr Badii Regina Bailey Patty Baker Jeff Baum Brenda Beene Lisa Bevilacqua William Bimmerman David Bindler Tammie Borges Brian Browning Charles Butler William Campbell Samantha Cantu Catherine Carpenter Monica Carter Teresa Castro Candy Cates Lanying Chow Sedrick Clark Terri Clendenen Brian Clepper Chrissy Cortez Gina Cortinas Margaret Crump Carl Davis Reginald Davis Coby DeHaven Fraun Delafield Patricia Deleon Andrea Duncan Harris Dylan Vickie Easley Kelly Eastin Tiffany English Jill Entrican Barbara Esquivel Rhiannon Evans Rachel Fairchild Paula Felix Danny Fine Anthony Fisher Teresa Foerester Kathy Gallups 73 Andrew Garrett Amy Garver Ross Gatlin Ana Gomez Beatrice Gonzales Steve Green Susannah Greer David Gregorich Arthur Hamilton Mitch Hamilton Doug Hassell Jackie Henderson Stephanie Henderson Treasa Henderson Allen Hossley Steven Huffman Becky Hurgett Preston Inga Jim lvy Diana Jablonsky Valencia Jackson Planagant Jamas Wendy Jordan Tracey Kelly Ki-Bom Kim Kelley Klotz Belinda Lark David Larson Alfred Laukoter Robert Laukoter Bridget Lee Tonette Lester Diane Luna Lavell Maize Cynthia Maples Thomas Marquez Eva Martinez Greg Mavor Kyle McCullah Aaron McEvoy Stacy McNatt Steven Meise Alicia Milam Trisha Milam Patrick Mullins Jerri Navarro Chris Nelson Joan Orosco 74 Vincent Orozco Patricia Oshields Sherry Osier Julie Pangburn Jeff Pappas Leeanne Parker Jason Parrish April Parsons Pam Pawsey Elizabeth Perales Letecia Peters Kary Phillips Kristy Polen Bryan Potts Laura Quevedo Liz Quintero Mary Rann John Rawlins Lisa Ray William Reagan Cade Reaves Diane Revillas Lisa Rios Wilson Roach Andrea Rodriguez Dustin Roelse Matthew Rogers Joey Roppolo Bruce Rowell Jill Ruley Ben Sanchez Susan Schies Paul Scoggan Lori Shipp Michelle Simpson Mary Smith Edward Solis Eric Sorensen Nicole St. Romain Dan Stephens James Stevens Charles Stevenson Kathy Stewart Vincent Strain Nita Strickland Stephanie Sultzbaugh Linda Taylor Michael Teleha 75 Bob Thomas Carla Thompson Patricia Torres Charles Truitt Steve Turner David Vandecar ""' """'? -an-H' .f-...,, Jorlean Washington Tineke White Jennifer Whited Crystal Wilson Dana Wisdom Megan Wisdom ig silk Kawana Wright T, ,,,, W C Frances Ybarra Jose Zuniga sq,-1' iz Tiffany English says she's glad to be a junior. Looking at Aaron McEvoy, you'd say the surt's up, L Joey Ropollo's Junior mob: Robert Laukoter, Alfred Laukoter and James Morris. Chrissy Cortez and Curtis Farris have Hawaiian love, 76 Stephen Yap unior geaufy ana! WOM .jvlanclfiome ug puffy A?aLef lbavicl grown 77 f SL :" T i ff , W 'WA U: 'W Q 3 4? ost Snirited Class - uniors ,fffff-w . 'm , 12" , wg ffwm 1 ws Ha . 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Vw, -,,i' wk ,, V, f if W 1 4: jrezilzmouz cworife5 T ,W ye!! .guy mga Cufkr Diane Aguiler Stacey Barker Marie Bayless Richard Bell Claudie Beltran Yolanda Benavidez Marcia Biggs Sara Boyes Melissa Brady Leigh Brandt Dina Braucht Todd Bunch Tommy Butler Donna Campbell Ashley Carter Douglas Carter Eon Chon Vickie Clarke David Coons Hortensid Cornado Sharon Crosley Mya Cutler Rebecca Dawson Carla DePeza Marcus Deitz Chris Duenzl Rebecca Duncan Dan Durland William Dyche Annalise Eberhart Roberto Elizondo Paula Escano Brenda Esquivel Elaine Farrow Robert Faulkner Julie Fischer Darrel Fisher David Forman Lara Freethey Mary Garcia Diane Gardner Rickie Garza Monica Glab Kim Gnipp Ellen Goldring Alfred Gonzales Aliya Goushey Jennifer Greek 89 Mike Greer David Hance Kim Harris Scott Hester Russel Holhan Patricia Horn Dwayne Horner Pavin Jacob Jeff lvy Sophie Jans Janet J aramillo Dewina Jones Paige Jones Nathan Jones Kim Junek Linda Kane Jason Kang Tammy Kelly Casey Kime Stuart Kissner Ginger Lawson Liang Jung Hwa Terry Lingren Christine Loya Jovita Lozano Keith MacKenzie Tommy Malooly Patricia Marquez Paul Masters Wanda Mathonican Kelley McFarland Calvin McKinney Christine Mora Terry Moscrey Jeff Musgrave Alan Musico Shannon O'Quinn Teddy Navarro Michelle Oswalt Tina Parker Christina Parra Wes Pierce Christina Pineda Lisa Pineda Keysha Pinkard Ann Polansky Russell Ramey Lance Reagan 90 Nw: 4 1 A4 s--y . .,1,ff"" V, 417 i 6 Stufirt Kissner av "Wk wwf W ZW 'N-. fi FUTURE STATESMAN Brian Reid Anthony Reyes Elizabeth Rmnerts Bessie Rtuhertsurt John Rogers Gregg Rmiuv JulieSal1nns Kim Sang Ray Schaffer Chris Schriiecler Michelle Sidener 'l'1ffanySmith Jett Spears Denise Stephens Ross Tindall Alison 'lnipps Julie Verver Mark Villasana Mirieta Vraniqi Janet Walker Tonya Watkins Rachel Weafhers Kelli Wilson Lisa Wright Rodney Wright Julie Fisher lfar leftl knows something that the others dont Donor an Crumlish s work is never done 91 W Q Q 9 9 Y "a'o'Q'o'v:v:o:a,v,Q Q4 new ,9 .nouoou Og ' '13 'o'a?No'o'?o A ','3+'v'o?v' 4 s Q Q 4 Q emi: Kevin Fields and Calvin McKinney learn a lot in auto shop, That's our freshman victory cry! The first freshman class meeting gets underway. Rachel Fairchild seems to enjoy Mrs. Narvella West's science class IX X Q Alfred Gonzales cleans out a senior locker, Who knows the answer to number ten? gl"85Al'l'l6tl'l Hedwig and f .A!6tl'l6!50l'l'l8 guy gfaine garrow . , , ' my 1 f, Maj jommg gufdr 93 Sfudenf Council encourages involvemenf The Student Council has had a very eventful year. During football season we sponsored an after-game dance and, following tradition, sold carnations. Also, a legs contest was held in order to determine the Patriot guy with the best legs. Homecoming was the climax of student body activities. At Christmas, we invited Santa Claus to appear in pictures with TJ students. ln addition, the council enjoyed caroling at the Scottish Rite Hospital. We also had a Valentine's Dance in February. By Jennifer Thompson -1 Sponsor: Ms. Belinda Lowe OFFICERS A Vice Pres. Karla Cadena. Pres. Kenneth Bywaters, Sec. Tammy Harper, Treas. Jennifer Thompson. ss x WS Q if E S f . Top Row: Angie Taylor, Eric Nicks. Rocky Guerrero, Julie Verver, Molly Eastin, Long Hoang. Jackie Tapia. Steve Patrick, Kelly Eastin, Tonya Watkins. Christina Loya, Karen Stepherson, Toby Duenzl. Diane Poupart. Megan Wisdom, Candy Cates. Chrissy Cortez, Jennifer Whited, Greg Mavor, Mary Priest. Michelle DeBosier. Kelly Welch. Alicia Milam. Lori Shipp, Julie Salinas. Fraun Delafield. Mya Cutler, Cindy Schlette, Anna Miramontes, Jolanda Prelow, Sheri Furstenberg, Wendy Weeks, Jennifer Thompson, Kenneth Bywaters, Karla Cadena, Tammy Harper. Bottom Row: Sam Bracken, Alfred Gonzales, Patrick Sotelo. Sylvia Parra, Mike Herrera. Q.: .ef .L W, ,-, ', N SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES - First Row: Angie Taylor, Cindy Schlette, Rocky Guer- rero, Karla Cadena, Mike Bywaters, Diane Miramontes, Sheri Furstenberg, Julie Boothe. Sponsor Janie Ledbetter , .T T ' 411.3--af' JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES - First Row: Jolanda Prelow, Candy Cates, Alicia Milam. Second Row: Kelly Eastiri, Jennifer Whited, Greg Mavor, Fraun Delafield. SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES - First Row: Long Hoang, Kay Floresca, Diane Poupart, Mary Priest. Second Row: Michelle DeBosier. Kelly Welch. Steve Patrick. Jackie Tapia, Molly Eastin, Wendy Weeks. Herrera. Second Row: Kelly Culver, Jennifer Thompson, Kenneth l,nf++"r"TTlVF5 rffbfdmxxl Tl, m M, r' Sorry, Tammy, your legs just wonlt do!! . FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES - First Row: Toby Duenzl, Patrick Sotelo, Alfred Gonzales, Julie Salinas, Mya Cutler. Tonya Watkins, Christina Loya. Julie Verver, 95 1 U N.. 97 John Martin ur Leaders cad ll dollos independent school dlstrlct Llnus Wrlght November 8, 1983 Ggwllsuwmamem To: Students at Thomas Jefferson It is my pleasure to extend congratulations to you on the publication of your yearbook, which marks the conclusion of another successful year at Thomas Jefferson High School. To those students who are leaving at the conclusion of this school year, I offer my sincere congratulations and hopes that the education which you have received in the Dallas Independent School District will serve you well in the years to come. To those students who are remaining with us, I pledge to you a commitment to offer the best educational program possible at Thomas Jefferson High School. Patriots are known for their outstanding loyalty and dedication to their school and to education. My personal wish is that in the future, graduates of Thomas Jefferson will continue to be known for their outstanding achievements, as they have in the past. Congratulations on the significant completion of another school year, and best wishes for the future. Sincerely, inus Wri General Superinten nt 370C Floss Avenue Dallas, Texas 75204 21418244620 Board of Education 3215 'Sf . s Leonard Clegg Kathlyn Gillian Robert Medrano Howard Driggers Robert Hester Richard Curry v1.... Mary Rutledge , 7 ,' ,E f CV fam' D J ' - E - X 1' , wa ne arvls it 5 C Ji' 'V 5 V " N 4, L. 5. ir , K fy en Dr, Brown's office reflects Patriot D B wn weathers the cold to support the Dr. Edwina Brown shows her Patriot spirit "lg, annals---N " prid Patriot tea Dr. Edwina Brown has been principal of TJ for two years. Along with the hustle and bustle of running a school, she is never too busy to take time off from her administrative duties to support the Patriots. Her pride in the Patriots is reflected in every school function, and no matter what, she is always the Patriots' if 1 fan. 5 Q ...ff Dr. Brown enthusiastically shows off our school to visitors from IBM. J if QE . A was L, t .... - if . ,N .. r gina K, 1 'Qi 5 H i ,- We-sf Ns-.535 xfla The TJ-Team Dr. Louie Bledsoe and Mr. Charles Mathis, assistant principals, and Ms. Margaret Morgan, Dean of Instruction, form an important team at TJ and contribute much to the development of student activities, both fun and educational. TI. 'f,- 5' :ri I t . t K..-I ,.. , S N . if ft 1 2 f ,. .+ ,X N Si YE . S S S X it McAdams Vi L Hommedieu Dr. B. D. McAda Herb Baker O E Stanton Mickey Poteet Glenda Stevens Counselors, Office The counselors major goal this year was to convert to an alphabetical division of the student body by mid-term. The reasons for this change were ill to create a more even workload C23 to establish better communication and 133 to broaden each counselor s area of responsibility. The counselors felt this would better serve the student body. Youth Action Center The purpose of the Youth Action Center is to act as a liaison between children the school the parents the police the juvenile department and the community and to provide a decentralized location where children and parents may come for assistance regarding school or community problems Working with attendance f truancy is one of the basic functions of the center The officers protect DISD property from vandalism and theft and assist the Dallas Police Department in securing the school buildings and other facilities of the District. They provide security for activities at Loos Stadium and assist at other ahtletic events. ffice Staff Clerks Counselor's Office Registrar's Office N.. ww .mp K J!" nxt .Ii Sarah Hardy, Registrar Ruby Dunn Mary Ann Kucera Attendance Office Patricia Briggs, Graciele Flores, Myraline Hicks Library Clerk Business Office Johnnie King Main Office Florence Johnson, Mildred Crist Teacherls Aide Olene Lindner Rosemary Harvey Norma Martinez T ese teachers haven't lost their e ass . . . yet. Gary Vermillion tells his biology class to raise their hands Hit they're Sure." Nobody can say Mary Lou Guy's algebra class is all work and no play. Cathy Lauschke smiles because her chemistry class still hasn't blown up the school, to f olllf ,,.,...-in--Q "Q, mu... Holly Harris catches up on her sleep in Paul Armendariz's American government class. Teachers The Serious Side of Teaching A teacher is a dedicated, hard-working, caring person who does not know the definition of an 8-to-4 or 5 job. A teacher is a person who is continually striving for the f'best" way to impart academic knowledge as well as common sense. A teacher is a person who tries to make students see themselves as worthy and loving individuals. A teacher is not afraid to sacrifice hisfher time to help students. A teacher is a teacher 24 hours a day. The Humorous Side of Teaching A teacher is a performer of the first degree. We will do almost anything to fulfill our life-long ambitions of imparting knowledge. Some of us dance, prance, and strut around the classroom just to keep our students' attention. Some of us have even been known to enter the classroom by other than the conventional way lthe doorll. Teachers eat, sleep, and live education twenty-four hours a day because our dreams are haunted by our students' lack of interest and learning, lesson plans, and that stack of papers on the desk that still needs to be graded. Teachers look forward to holidays just as much, if not more, than students. Leona Adams Ann Ahrns Ruthie Anderson Mathematics Social Studies A lx Y , Mathematics Paul Armendariz James Bailey Virginia Ballard Social Studies Mathematics English itie' Wayne Becker Industrial Arts David Brodnax Creative Arts Sara Coleman Business Joyce Bell Sarah Brockriede English Cooperative Education if i ,nit HQ? Nadine Carter Marian Cole English Creative Arts Lucius Cox Edward Davis Cooperative Education Study Hall James Davis Science saga.. Terry Davis Grace Delatour Physical Education Cooperative Education X 6 'rr ,qt l 'X Mary Duffy Library Kay Eby Journalism Morris Frost Charlene Gerson Mathematics Cooperative Education Charles Green Mary Lou Guy Cooperative Education Mathematics DeWitt Hudson J ROTC Adam Jones Mathematics as E rx g W army l Larry Floyd JROTC Unidell Gordon Homemaking Ricardo Hidalgo Foreign Language Annetta Jones Social Studies it - a fm 'Qs l King E259 . tle Billy Igrudies social owe elinda L gnglish .a Ma'tin th' ts ggirive Af Lauschke hy cat Science keft lenda Igzeatlve Ledbetter nie dies ggcial Stu HQ z I Lolle nlle dles 211131 Stu .W M32 crabb . Betlye Hhlhalns, one of pzofess1onalScrab playmg S to TJ 3 ble pl crabbl 1 her. Sh h 'na rhemancs z ayer Ms 54410 Q s Izce 1952 wh Q began com ' ow well she co Canad eachers, ls a afns has been en her sister :htrOduced ft petmg because she wanted to see uld do agahzst players from fha U S and a. She fs now ranked as an expen The hf she has received was lourlh. Shes! place fi Kay McCarty Special Education 46" 'f .,.,,.., .'. , 1 '.'v.o.' Q... . va Hilda McLaughlin Library , - , Q ax li, 'n. vi 'K 4 'u Q., 1. . i S Rosa Montoya Foreign Language David Nelson Physical Education abs .ns .. Y .,.. mx C Harriet McGee Betty McLain English English Gwendolyn McMillan Minnie Metoyer Business Homemaking Claudine Morgan Marylin Nease Science English Ricky Parker James Patterson Social Studies Cooperative Education s vw f ii' inon Mat e ks! l' D . Reste For uson . Rasm June 9 Scienc .dge sew' Mary matiCS Mafhe .dt schm' IV - g Iqiagmemakln binson . ld R0 Re9"'a dies . ISYU Soda el' Svenc Kaye I8 Social Studles sfiles lbeff fs Qmdustrlal Ar 'he DCO U RICA' Fhdal ne of J s orelgn anguage r profess o alHan-,enco ance: Famer, penis dance Ina e fame 5 and ls per ofn-,ed wir w ea: ers Isa co ls a very fas In I ls country casianets r en he as se ve an ancm pr 91 anM ose 5h a an Iv OfesslOlI arcusl-' rec go be a en e ally 1 oft I h n was fourreen s Jobs mclude e 9 I show at the fwwa Joella Stokes Allen Stumbo English Social Studies 1 Gerald Turner Gary Vermillion Social Studies Science Edward Sweetman Science Liz Volk Creative Arts W J sv-1 dll' et NN 1 we cl A s EX 9 H X15 Laifv AN K 6,92 ev ew 505 9 mol' Xe x ASW' eigeaflx X X W yXexS H0 5 52 K5 fx NXTNQSWX 3 3616 ailk dwx gi been swx Xu the Greed Leg goat , e5VOi gxhe 01639 ln embei 0 Oncz am eis mai me Mike Wallace Science 1 Dorthea Webb Special Education Marlene Webb Charles Wertz Narvella West Foreign Language Creative Arts Science if Bettye Williams Mathematics Mr. Jim Davis takes his job seriously Vashti Woodkins Special Education Ms. Hilda McLaughlin enjoys a good book, Coaches Gerald Turner and Mike Wallace assist with registration for the Fall semester. W ,.Y..,..M.a. Many seniors will remember JoAnn Dunn because she was not only a teacher but also a friend to many of the students of Betty McLain. who retired this year. Ms. Dunn is a substitute who took over the classes. ai' Gwendolyn McMillan enjoys her shorthand class ii. - -f .... ,MW ,,,,..........,.t-as-MW --.t -- -- qq.t.,,, . .wwf i Ardie Gyles asks Norma Brantley, "Where's the beef?" Custodians ,,..-'ff' Willie Brown James Wilson, Willie Brown, Betty Thomas, Robert Adams, John Griffin, Larry Hines Ronald Head Custodian Cooks. Lunchroom Attendants A it if it sssl s . ' 2 .,, W -. 'f .. is 'Q iii,,, , by if A fl i bij? Back Row: Paulette Williams, Norma Brantley, Renee Cheeks, Ardie Gyles, Lois Robinson, Gladis Molonee, Nereca Bickems, Diane Dos. Front Row: Mary Hilker, Rebecca Reyna, Shirley Young, Bementa Ingalls. is Y',N F Bementa Ingalls Dietician 1' die . Q Mui: W 5 1? Sv - ---' .. .. .. - The 1983 Homecoming was held in grand style at the Dallas Hilton. The entertaining music provided by Ken Cox served as a background for dancing and good times. The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the princesses and the crowning of Dora Gonzalez as Homecoming Queen. This year the theme, "You Mean More to Me" by Lionel Richie, was symbolized by a single red rose on each table. All those who attended thoroughly enjoyed the occasion. you Gall Disc Jockey Ken Cox THE QUEEN AND HER COURT - First Row: Mike Hercra, Karla Cadena, Walter Weeks, Paige Thompson, Dora Gonzalez, Anthony Cazares, Diane Slone, Kyle Biggerstaff. Second Row: Marcus Foster, Zelda Smith, Jennifer Thompson, Brad Mathis, Diane Miramontes, Eric Sauer. 0l"Q fo We Queen Dora Gonzalez Princess Jennifer Thompson Princess Paige Thompson Escorted by Brad Mathis Escorted by Walter Weeks Class of 84 . . DADDY! Foreground: David Hicks, Kneeling: Robbie Davis, Seated: Frank Tousa, Arman- Partygoers seem to enjoy the dancing do Perez, Walter Weeks, Chris White, Jerry Coronado. 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Queen Aggravain agrees to the marriage, and they all live happily ever after, 11.1157 Director Student Directors Elizabeth Volk Ron Tester and Cindy Schlette I m XX Summer People Act I Scene I Once again our students are involved in UIL One Act play contest and Literary events. JJWWW GSH! W Act I Scene II J Last year our play was named as the alter- ""', nate play. This year vve are hoping for a first or FN, Q lla second place. A x X I i lf ' ' I + I X j I Act I Scene III We also had a full squad this year in the Literary events that I am extremely pleased vvith. Produced By: Brienda Lockett lQJHfl:,---.' UIL MEMBERS V- Megan Wisdom. Sabrina Truitt. Russell Holman. Mindy Lalonde. Sharon Grosjean. Not Pictured: Kathy Kendall, Robert Davis. Jill Ruley, Stephanie Goodell, Greta Brenna. 130 +I ,,,,. nw I V ,L , l y ' rw Sponsor: Brienda Lockett Getting into the act are Greta Brenna, Sharon Grosjean, Jill Ruley, Tonette Lester. in J 4? Une Flat Q E5 ,,, ll Iembers G ",, E ' First Rowi Tony Fitzhugh, Eric Sauer, Sharon Grosjean, Stephanie Goodell, Karla , Caclena. Russell Holman, Jill Ruley. Sabrina Truitt. Anna Miramontes. fm' f gf, M-...Wy ,S A i 5 Q3 st 2 f vm ,, v A. 1 5 2-ii Practicing a scene are Eric Sauer, Anna Miramontes. Tony Fitzhugh, Russell Holman, .nth Rehearsing their lines are Sabrina Truitt, Karla Cadena, Anna Miramontes. ,i1,....M3 1: 23 STAGE CREW MEMBERS - Left to Right: Beth Ramesy, Jennifer Crosley, Bill Mueller, Linda Taylor. Alicia Allen, Jean Reynolds. s , A- If ,N 14-5 ei x Q Y 4 - . L. ,ham JW' 2: W X A 2 i fi 4 22 NN ko- FT , ,,. Stage Bond: Musicians in the Making The Stage Band at Thomas Jefferson is a lively combo. The members of this select group play anything from jazz selections to classics from the Big Band Era. Their talent is shown at the winter and spring sports assemblies and the Spring Band Concert' Band Director Dave Brodnax i ic, i In .L ,. ,.. .,555 fi ' ifiss . T5' Front Row: Rob Spracklin, Liz Moran, and Mark Headen. Second Row: Curtis Friske, Steve Chadie, Tuan Phan, David Sumners. Third Row: Fausto Valencia, Steve McNatt, Teresa Foerster, Brian Clepper, Tim Gatewood, and Frank Ollie. Not Pictured: Vickie Clarke, Dwayne Horner, Stage Band H Classical Experience 0 The Thomas Jefferson orchestra consists of ten dedicated and talented students. They 7 attend many contests and receive high ratings. Some of the students have even made the All-State and All-Region Orchestras. Outstanding students for this year were Greta Brenna, Luisa Diaz, and Nathan Frick. Other students also worked hard to make the orchestra a source of pride at TJ. Orchestra: l A z Director, Charles Wertz Outstanding students are Nathan Frick, and Luisa Diaz. Unpictured is Greta Brenna. Seated: Ernst Duncan and Sam Bracken. Standing: Belinda Lark, Stan Ha, Stephanie Word, Nathan Frick, Charles Wertz, Luisa Diaz, Peter Charoonbara, and Hoan Nguyen. Unpictured is Greta Brenna. Orchestra .sl l Director of Bands Dave Brodnax Bond strives for perfection The Patriot Band is an important facet of TJ. This dedicated group of people performs at the football games during half time and accompanies the Liberty Belles at pep assemblies and on the field. They also represent TJ at area contests. The Patriot Band is proud to boast that some of its members have been selected to the area's higher level competitive bands. The band can also been seen and heard at the fall pep assemblies and their Christmas and Spring concerts. FLAG CORPS MEMBERS - Front Row: Dana Wisdom, Michelle Ferguson. Back Row: Teri Clendenon, Colleen Ferguson, Debra Billops. fm . , g :Z . Q S -5 . ..ggg 13 ,N 1. Z iiii f a s ,- f Iirszigggzfj gf 1 zcs Q 4515- , Iss fg- . e t ,,..,,,. 'wr' ,Q - .-:- . 'I , fs .1 Feature Twirler Kathy Kendall Band Drum Majors Michelle Stoddard and Susan Schies TJ HBand Stand" Here's looking at you, Michelle Ferguson. Rob Spracklin and Alfie Gonzales concentrate on sixteenth-note patterns. TJ Band members are fired up at the White-TJ game. '4Paul Masters, PLEASE don't play in my ear," says Lance Reagan. Band Band Sweetheart Colleen Ferguson if We 4 ee ,...,f?"'ff VW, i , is BAND COUNCIL - Left to Right, Bottom Row: Elizabeth Moran, Chaplain, Michelle Stoddard, Pres.. Annette Amaya. Seca Susan Schies, Jr. Rep,. Frank Ollie, Vice Pres.. Steve Chaclie, Soph, Rep, Unpictured: Stuart Kissner. Fresh, Rep., Don Nguyen, Sr. Rep. ,fat Q. N JI, 1,3 ' .. Q 'Q 125 2,5 Flag Corps includes Colleen Ferguson, Captain, Dana Wisdom, Michelle Ferguson, Debra Billops, Teri Clendenon, Rudene Treas, Stephanie Word, Brenda Es- quivel, Deanna Estes, Drum Majors are Michelle Stoddard, Susan Schies. Feature Twirler is Kathy Kendall. Drummers are Allie Gonzales, Stuart Kissner, Russell Holman, Theotis Peterson, Chris Rea, Rob Spracklin. Flutes include Elizabeth Moran, Marcia Biggs, Mya Cutler, Patty Cortes, Lisa Pineda, Kristina Meza, Katrina Fields. Clarinets are Chris Schroeder, Juan Sanchez, Julie Salinas, Sharon Grosjean, Bunny Castillo, Iris Moore, Lara Freethy, Jovita Lozano, Sonia Smith, Michelle Oswalt, Janet Walker, 138 Band 0, ea f f 1 Ga 936360. 6 e lbe e ow, is .S fs , ' very Le'l"f1Q"s"uc'3"'a gs 0 4 I . a vedw. fe, ft "ds0fC0e e fu Or 'fb en ee U Tug 0 , ll engade 9170, aofscrivlr be rs- f 9 be Pjag .K ' 'bor , Qboutnde, dna u"'sr, 6 'Uwe sy 03761-c flifel d ,Z ahdierr le e , ..:vI , V about a d-996:79 1,5 :V h ,. S6 peff 91 ocoq ami? av? 011215.62 90' Flag Corps Officers Dana Wisdom, Michelle Ferguson, and Colleen caUh9 U Ferguson relax at a park before the football game. ' DO O o' 'OS I C0 dw!! 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Trombones are Paul Masters, Jimmy Kazanas, Vickie Clarke, Frank Ollie. Baritones are Aliya Goushey Eddie Jackson, Tim Gatewood. French horns are Teresa Foerster, Dwayne Horner, Mitch Hamilton, Hoan Ngyuen. Tubas are Clay Saylors, Gus Taylor. Unpictured are Julie Fischer, Tamara Kemp, Morris Curlee, Curtis Reed, Gary Bell. Band 139 Concert Choir Reoches New Gools This year Concert Choir has had a spectacular year. Under the direction of Ms. Liz f Volk, Concert Choir has achieved more this year than any previous choir at TJ. Among Sa' " the several television shows we performed were the nationally televised holiday special and our own television shows. The choir gave many concerts during the year. These in- cluded the annual lighting of the official Christmas Tree in Dallas, the concert at Medical City Hospital, and our yearly winter and spring concerts. The choir competed at both the DISD and UIL-sponsored contests. In the spring the choral department produced the Broadway musical Once Upon o Mattress. Each year students are selected to represent TJ in the All-Region choir. The students named this year were Tony Clark, Luisa Diaz, and Ron Tester. By Ron Tester, President 3 .J jirjfigr OFFICERS - Front: Robyn Musgrave, Historian, Sheri Furstenberg, Secretary, Karla Cadena, Chaplain, Cindy Schlette, Historian, Kristi Kolbensvik, Vice President, Amy Garver, Jr. Rep., Julie Boothe, Treasurer, Elaine Farrow, Freshman Rep. Back: Carlos Floresca, Librarian, Ron Tester, President, Steve Patrick, Soph. Rep., Steve Porter, Librarian. Sponsor Elizabeth Volk plans upcoming concerts, ,,.........-.--V--G--f------H A tumour I Front: Cindy Schlette, Kelsie Conatser, Jeff Musgrave, Kristi Rosendahl, Joel Washburn, Marty Lopez, Jason King, Kristi Kolbensvik, Don Nguyen, Amy Garver, Long Hoang, Julie Boothe, Steve Patrick, Chris Fuentes, Kevin LaRue, Elizabeth Quintero, Bryan Potts, Michelle Stoddard, Angie Taylor. Middle: Sheri Furstenberg, Leigh McLaughlin, Tony Clark, Alice Thielen, Mario Sanchez, Lisa Johnson, Ron Tester, Karla Cadena, Rolando Salazar, Rocky Guerrero, Wilson Roach, Anna Miramontes, Jeff Ivy, Elaine Farrow, Mike Boothe. Karen Vieg, Keith MacKenzie, Crystal Wilson. Stephanie Henderson. Back: Kristi Doss, Tammy Harper. Shannon Strickland. Trey Randal, Amy Welty, Dwayne Robinson, Sabrina Truitt, Carlos Floresca, Robyn Musgrave, Pat Mullins, Luisa Diaz, Steve Porter, Chrissy Cortez, Eric Sauer, Kelly Culver. Ross Gatlin, Ginger Lawson, Tina Stoddard. Concert Choir 140 , g 3 W M 7-1---.k...Lv -I-AM-, if , . ' .-s f , N- '- i T-- , ' I , -,- -U-L,,,wA 'MW ,, ,...,E,.,,WTW1M qw NV WW L i 1 K X TLTWA mwmm my WL-. HMNMJM vw-gh-mv' ..,,Mm,m.7,.a,g,.W?MiA . - uf 5 X V w.s,,,,,M,-S.. Vw L., " "'f"'-'Q -f , ...HMI IT T"'f"1r-f-M-im,..,l,,,. 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Concert Choir 141 The Choir's 'Pdventure Tour," '83-'84 Concert Choir Harmony Hotrmonizes Beoutifulg f llrrrttnfrvastlie'l'lr-firmsflvffvrsntl1rttQr't-rtrr.5t rtgr fl irts vent ut E.: 'w,,.r'..1r1:'.3 Clroreoggraplrv to our songs vvttlr tlrt' help of Clrrrruoggrntplrer lstntlrr lltrtelnxsnt. llrrrnronv ts rnade up uf twenty ttur rtrvrrrtwrs who love trntl encourrngu one ranntlwr 'l'ft1s Lear lltrrf l nronv lms sung for two telcvrsuon spucmls We lmve rrlso sung for clntrclrvs, nursing lX d lrornus. and clrtldrens homes, We enwv nrrngtng lrrrpnz' ws to rftlrers .zs urzl as ttstn5 X tlrese experiences ItrQl1'3wL1S Closer together XX S -,Z l E 5 Q 5 'fi Steve Porter demonstratesa new dance step with Jeff Musgrave, Sponsor Lrz Volk and Crndy Schlette are shocked at the s brll l Win Front: Jason K1nQ.l.ong Hoang.Krtst1Kolbensv1k,Arrrvfltxrver.Chr1sSvCortez.Ctndg,'SClrlt'ttQ.Arnvwultx.Knrlrrfiacltfrrrr. Robyn Tvlusgmve. Juln- Bnothe, Crystal Wtlson. fluff Musggmve Second Rom Eric Sr1uer.Steve Porter. Tony Clark. Pat fvfttllrns. Steve Patrtcli. Ron Tester. fluff lvv Harmony 143 men's Select Opens New Doors Men's Select is a new choir at Thomas Jefferson. This year we have sung in the Christmas and Spring concerts, participated in this year's musical, and we also participated in UIL and DISD contests. Along with these activities we have also learned the fundamentals of music with the help of our director Ms. Elizabeth Volk. ki 1, .,,.E , , OFFICERS - Jeff Pappas, President, Mike Teleha, Secretary, Tommy Butler, Vice Presi- dent, David Bindler, Treasurer. Unpictured: spring officers: Anthony Reyes, Secretary, Stuart Kissner, Treas, Sponsor Ms. Elizabeth Volk iii' and -1-. - kwwf.. Front: Bruce Friesen, Abel Sotelo, Jeff Pappas, Stephen Yap, Jung Laing. Back: Dan Stephens, Anthony Reyes, Casey Kime, Stuart Kissner, Mike Teleha, David Bindler. Unpictured: Tommy Butler, Chuck Driver, Darrell Fisher, Mark Villasana. Men's Select Women's Select Reaches High Notes The Women's Select choir is a group of girls chosen by director Miss Liz Volk. This 5 year we participated in both winter and spring concerts and were entered with pride in both Dallas and UII. solo and Ensemble contests. Our group takes pride in its work and loves every minute of our girls' choir. Our "Women's Select" is not only a choir but also is a group of people who care about each other. gi T OFFICERS - Alicia Milam, President, Kathy Gallups, Secretary, SOPRANOS - Back Row: Margie Staton, Shannon Sampson, Chris Moore. Front Mary Rann, Vice President, Trisha Milam, Treasurer, Roig: Jessica Blades, Trisha Milam, Kathy Gallups, and Alicia Milam finally reach the hig notes. X T.. W. T A41 Alicia Milam, Trisha Milam, Margie Staton, Lori Shipp, Sharon Busby, Jolando Prelow. Back: Sharon Crosley, Greta Brenna, Kelly Kime, Goodell, Chris Moore, Terri Clendenen. Womenis Select T 145 46 Melody Maids Sing to Make You Smile One of Thomas Jefferson's many prides is the Melody Maids. We work hard and have lots of fun. Under the direction of Miss Liz Volk, we are learning to better our sound and also be a family working together. We are the best we can be and getting better. By Michelle Oswalt, president The playful nature of the Melody Maids is reflected in their imaginative portrayal of "maids," Left Right are Michelle Oswalt, Presg Nicole St. Romain, Sec. and Martha Garcia, Treas. Martha Garcia, Paige Jones, Penny Georgee, Rebecca Dawson, Rosa Lopez, Marie Cosme, Dewina Jones, Michelle Oswalt, Andrea Rodriguez. Unpictured: Tina Parker, Tracy Abshire, Nicole St. Romain. Melody Maids w.,wmgM For the Melody Maids, practice makes perfect. Quill ond Scroll Recognizes Excellence i Quill and Scroll is made up of a group of students who are selected from the gg J 'IA Document and Reveille staffs by sponsor Kay Eby. It is an International Honorary Society for high school students who rank in the top quarter of their class. This organization recognizes excellence in the field of journalism. Students were chosen because of their outstanding work on TJ publications. SECOND YEAR MEMBERS - Front Row: Teresa Castro, I-Iele ' indy Lalonde, Kathy Reeves. Back Row: Tony Burton, John Rawlins, David Hick . LaDonn Erik Flom, Don n Levine, M Jennifer FIRST YEAR MEMBERS - Front Row: Mike Teleha, Megan Wisdom, Kyle McCullah, Stacy McNatt, Tiffany English. 2nd Row: Susie Greer, Col- leen Ferguson, Karen Vieg, Diane Miramontes, Robert Laukoter. Back Row: Jose Meza, Steve Porter, Kathy Kendall, Kelley Klotz, Aaron McEvov, Mark Curry. lUnpictured: Scott Barker, David Brown, Jim Ivy, Tonette Lester, Angie Taylor.l Quill and Scroll .fit .I Students Hchleve Excellence . o , The National Honor Society is a society combined of juniors and seniors who have achieved academic scholastic abilities as well as leadership and service shown at school and throughout the community The members are required to keep a high grade point average and keep the goal of striving for academic achievement at all ' ' bf times Projects throughout the year include fund raising to buy National Honor Society stoles for graduation The National Honor Society was to have bought a new sign for use at the spring induction ceremony By Karen Vieg jak' Q19 wqf, President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Kenneth Bywaters Sheri Furstenberg Diane Miramontes John Seo Niltitbnill Ul10l' 0CiBty ds Kyle Bigerstaff stagi- Nl0l""" I.aDonna Black Carlos Floresca Peter Del Rosario Luisa Diaz National Honor Society David Hicks Emily Kelton Kristi Kolbensvik in-1 'awww Helen Levine Maricella Lopez Don Nguyen 'fx . B Hmm '!f-'iras- - ,si , Diane Sloane Ron Tester Jennifer Thompson .pun an . ' Q Jennifer Vaughn Karen Vieg Walter Weeks National Honor Society in as Mindy Lalonde Kathy Reeves Chris Tuveng NATIONAL V HONOR SOCIETY ' S S "4 7 , S l Vs L. g Sprechen sie Deutch? 3. L i The German Honor Society is going strong with an increased membership. This society M ' one year must maintain an A average in German. This quality organization is signified by the Greek letters AECID and is sponsored by Frau Marlene Webb. HY'- ,".. -1 3 3- X S has talented German language students These having already completed a minimum of " J ' .Q ' W-If Linde Kane, Gail Turchi, Winston Whitt, Shannon Strickland, Mitch Hamilton, First year. an xl .. Don Nguyen Fifth Marlene Webb Robert Laukoter, Alfred Laukoter, Third year. German Honor Society ,,,,..,,,,,.-,.. Whiz Quiz Knows the Hnswers - . This year was a building year for Whiz Quiz. The team consisted of two seniors. ' 5 ft' Kenneth Bywaters and Chris Rea, and two juniors. Aaron McEvoy and Steve Meise. The . 5.35 Q Whiz Quiz team was chosen by the results of a test given by the team's sponsor Dr. Ed ,i - Sweetman, Dr. Sweetman filled the place of Miss McLain who retired this year. The teams first match was January 3 against Trinity Christian Academy. The team fought hard but lost and was eliminated from Whiz Quiz competition. The team should do better next year with two returning members, By Aaron McEvoy UT ...ze Captain: Aaron McEvoy Ken Bywaters lf l , 2 '-'I l l Steve Meise Chris Rea John Seo Whiz Quiz 151 5 W I. X1 if X, I K . TIER -III! Ill Z? Nc J 7 I I-IDI1! if g -'gram igi:Eiim, I' I 1 -l1lD 5 - ,.,,,..... we nv O if, Stage Crew Sets It Up The Thomas Jefferson Stage Crew is a group of people working together to supply the best possible lighting, sound, and stage settings for TJ's pep assemblies, plays, and musical. They enjoy the many hard hours of learning, experience, and the results in the end. Without a stage crew, no major theatrical production would be possible. lflQ'Ss?4 tssst ' iti tttl T"l i ,Ss 'I 6 6 i tssss g flier 'tat 73 l 'fi QTQQS il 'l Alicia Allen and Linda Taylor show how the lighting for the color cheer is done. Sponsor Brienda Lockett Beth Ramsey Stage Manager Kneeling: Jean Reynolds and Jennifer Crosley. Standing: Bill Mueller, Teresa Castro, Beth Ramsey, Linda Taylor, Alicia Allen, and Joe Beland, Not Pictured: Kyle McCullah and Stephen Yap. Stage Crew Thespians "Act" Right The international Thespian society is an honor organization of students who have completed 100 hours of participation in two or more plays. Honor Thespians have surpassed 1,000 hours of hard work. Thespian membership is an honor, but it is more than that, with membership comes the responsibility for providing theatrical excellence to the best of onels abilities. ln addition, Thespians are also expected to be excellent students in their academic subjects. Becoming a Thespian is an honor. gliliiin Beth Ramsey 0 Z r f V,.,,,,, ,,,,, f,ft 3 ., f 5 Q f 6 ...W - ss Sponsor: Brienda Lockett QF 5 if-,tt 40- 'f"lh. V23- 9141? Julie Pangburn, Stephanie Goodell. 'Ubin Muller, foreground. First Row: Jean Reynolds, Beth Ramsey, Linda Taylor, Karla -fda.. .1 Cadena. Second Row:Alicia Allen, Jennifer Crosley, Teresa Thespians TJTS Hcts It Out The Thomas Jefferson Theatrical Society is an organization designed to allow students to participate in theatrical activities. This is done by allowing students to try out for and participate in plays, work with make-up and costume techniques, and become better acquainted with the theater. TJTS also does short variety shows at children's shelters, hospitals, and they compete in theatrical contests. ln short, TJTS is a great experience, By Beth Ramsey AG -Ph , ' W v""""""" I g 1 eggs, ff . -- ' . v "Www lripwrfi F f S , r 9'- V' ik ,,k.,,-y ,,,, N 1 nf f' 4 W , 'QZMM rr fy. 5 Front Row: Greta Brenna, Vice Pres.: Stephanie Goodell. Presg Kathy Ken- dall, Sec. Back Row: Joe Beland, Treasg Miss Lockett, Tony Fitzhugh, Clerk. 2 'C , on tk 1' 'Q F ,III I , . t V- M yr? "ln, l 4 , xl X ""' ' spa-H 'D' 9? First Row: Russell Holman, Loree Williams, Tony Fitzhugh, Miss Lockett, Second Row: Bill Mueller. Jean Reynolds, Beth Ramsey, Linda Taylor, Karla Cadena, Mindy Lalonde, Kathy Kendall. Third Row: Alicia Allen, Jennifer Crosley, Teresa Castro. Greta Brenna, Bill Johnson, Stephanie Goodell, Sharon Grosjean. Fourth Row: Edward White, Joe Beland, Charles Harrell. TJTS 3 Q6 Q 5 QA Candy Cates, attendance office helper LIBRARY - Maria Moner. Joey R books. Helpers story busy Due to the large amounts of work in the offices, the secretaries need reliable students to help them carry out office duties. These include the attendance office, counselors office, and the library. Workers are expected to take call slips and messages and do some filing. Students give up their study hall periods to assist the secretaries. XJ at 'GN E. .gibf I - ATTENDANCE OFFICE - Foreground: Steve Huffman. First Row: Lara Williams. Greg Mavor, Paige Thompson, Steve Turner, Second Row: Cari Kaye, Samantha Cantu. Julie Nemec. 5 tx S"-...ss , ss E sss lm! I oppolo, Richard Rogers, and Robert Wilonsky check for overdue Arthur Hamilton, library helper Office Helpers 155 Ui: if ig COUNSELORS OFFICE - First Row: Kristi Rosendahl, Steve Green. Mindy Lalonde, Bea Gonzales. Angela Chriss, Second Row: Monika Glab. Tonia Felczer, Emily Kelton. Robert Maddera. Kecia White, Leslie Lawler. Third Rowi Mike Herrera. Kelley Klotz, Jeff Colao. K W GLW, K K, .. Jfs2ssss.ii,:ss N, .... LIBRARY - John Rawlins, Robert Wilonsky, Tony Burton, Keith Landers, Richard Rogers, Mark Stevenson, Joey Roppolo. Second Row: Claudia Mazzola. Jill Rutley. Helen Levine. Kim Clayton, Melissa Coldwell. Cristy Potts. Lisa Houpy. Bessy Robertson, Cindy Willis, Christine Mora. Office Helpers 156 ROTC Trains for the Future "-f-L'-uQ...., is Q , -:,g,',...:q in V-+. R?" jg- .-www ' ' yi? . J' . ng., , 1--....M., A... A F4 tx rf? The Reserve Officers Training Corps is an organization for those students wanting leadership and responsibility. Through Colonel Hudson's guidance, students are placed in positions of control and authority. They are taught important basics in discipline, rifle aid, military history, and more. MSG Larry Floyd specialized in teaching the firstvyear cadets QLD-1'sl. This year, many of the cadets went on a field trip to Fort Hood, Texas. Other activities included a Jefferson Volksmarch and the 1984 Military Ball. The corps is a genuine institution, devoted to excellence. The corps is under the direction of Col. DeWitt Hudson. ROTC +4 pw RCTC Company A Commanding Officer lCPTl lst Lt. Terry Masters Executive Officer tlLTl 2nd Lt. Albert Jones, First Sergeant QE-8l lSgt Autice Pervis, Guidon Bearer KE-51 CPL Regina Roberts, lst PLA TOON f PLATOON LEADER llLtl 2Lt Lawrence Stromile, Platoon Sergeant lE-8l SSG Mike Alexander, Asst. Platoon Sergeant QE-7l SSG Sharron Busby lst SQUAD f Sqd. Ldr. lE-6l SGT Vickey Mitchell, SST. Sqd. Ldr. lE-6l Gregory King, QE-5D CPL David Svvinson. lE- 5l PFC Chris Bobo, QE-5l PFC Carl Davis, QE-41 PFC Lee Ernst, lE-4l PFC Richard Reynolds, 2nd SQUAD - Sgt. John Cantu, SGT Billy Austin, CPL Gina Villarreal, PFC Patricia Marquez, PFC Tracie Schaefer, PVT lris Moore 3rd SQUAD A SSG Chris Williams, Sgt. Gabriel Sotelo, CPL Kevin Fields, PFC Shirley Gonzales, PFC Wendy Jordan, PVT Jennifer Thomas, PVT David Coons 2nd PLA TOON A PLATOON LEADER lst Lt. Eric Davis, Platoon Sergeant KE-Sl SFC Debra Dukes Asst. Platoon Sergeant CE-7l SSG Mark Mays lst SQUAD -f Sqd. Ldr. l-6l SSG Ernst Duncan SST. Sqd, Ldr. lEb6l Derek Jones, KE- 5l Miguel Delacruz, QE-5l Abel Sotelo, lE-5l Gary Tuner, QE-ill Ashley Carter, 2nd SSG Gina Cortinas, SGT Derrick Richie, CPL Lauire Garcia, PFC Andrew Brenner, PFC Conn Larson, PFC Gabriel Perez, 3rd SQUAD f SGT Martha Garcia, SGT Joseph Benami, CPL Letiticia Murray, PVT Kelly Choquette, PFC Julie Thomas, PFC Maria Verver Company B Commanding Officer lcaptl Phillip Mays, Executive Officer ClLtl 2Lt Michael Johnson, First Sergeant lSG John Ramirez, Guidon Bearer QE-5l Kim Froehlich, lst PLA TOON f PLATOON LEADER 2nd Lt Robert McElhaney, Platoon Sergeant SFC Slfred Caballero, Asst. Platoon Sergeant SSG Jessica Blades, lst SQUAD 1 Sqd. Ldr. SSg Vincent SST. Sqd. Ldr. SGT Michael Daniel, CPL Lamarilyn Clark, PFC Blanca Arredondo, PFC Samuel Cotton, PVT Raburto Sifuentes, 2nd SQUAD - SGT William Mueller, SGT Jose Roque, CPL Claudia Mazzola, PFC Kevin Gray, PFC Patrick Sotelo, Gary Garcia, 3rd SQUAD - SGT Robert Dudek, SGT Myriam Morelli, CPL Kim Meese, PFC Bobby Petty, PFC Lawanna Coleman, PFC Lisa Wright, 2nd PLA TOON - Platoon Leader 2Lt Morris Curlee, Platoon Sergeant SFC Connie Alcala, Asst. Platoon Sergeant SSG Rudene Treas, lst SQUAD f Sqd. Ldr. SGT Mimi Smith, SST Sqd. Ldr. Sgt. Devvina Jones, CPL Dina Braucht, PFC William Johnson, PFC Vickey Easley, PFC DeLeon Diaz, 2nd Squad SGT Sabrina Truitt, SGT John Mack, CPL Pamela Raysor, PFC Michael Greer, PFC Yul Jones, PVT Todd Bunch, 3rd SQUAD - SSG Marlo White, SGT James Kapantais, CPL Tracy Rhinehart, PFC lmel Medina, PFC Dewight Bell, Color Guard SGT Richard Davis, SGT Herman Stovall, SGT James Morris, CPL Oscar Marroquin, Battalion Commander 13th JROTC Battalion and Lieutenant Colonel Robert Romans VICFI Cffers I X New Opportunities X to Students The Thomas Jefferson VICA club which is affiliated with the Texas Association of Vocational Industrial Clubs of America CVICAD has elected officers for the Chapter 1179. The officers elected for the 1983-84 school year are the following: Presidents: John Walls and Grady Lamb Vice Presidents: Jose Juarez Treasurer: Eric Ramirez Secretary: Lisa Lucido Reporter: Peter Hope Del Rosario Sergeant at Arms: Frank Roberts Parliamentarian: Guy Piccola John Walls was president for the first semester, and Grady Lamb assumed office after John during second semester. Sponsor Mr. Lucius Cox Front: Paul I-leatherinton, Peter Del Rosario, Jose Juarez, Lisa Lucido, Grady Lamb, Albert Hernandez. Back: Chris Backer, Eddie Solis, Guy Pic- cola, Frank Roberts, John Walls, Robert Mcllhaney. VICA DECH Visits Children The Thomas Jefferson DECA Club had a busy and active year. The year began with a pizza party at Crystal's. Much satisfaction came from the annual Halloween project which allowed DECA members to dress up in costume and take treats to the children at Parkland Hospital. Contests occupied some DECA members who competed for cash prizes and scholarships. A high point of the year was the Area ll DECA Conference which was held at the Northpark Inn and the State DECA xxl ll! , L-gg. X, wg Conference in San Antonio. The year culminated with the annual citywide Employer- X Employee banquet which was held at the Anatole Hotel. It was a great year for everyone. Sponsor Ms. Charlene Gerson X x XL- By Laura Newton Vice Pres. - Kelly Deasg Scrapbook Keeper - Alice Thieleng Sec. A Kathy Gallopsg Treas. - Dora Gonzalez. Seated: Pres. - Laura Newton. .t.. sv.. .wig Back Row: Steven Green, Christy Halford, Lisa Henry, Eddie Flores, Ramona Cox. Middle Row: Sponsor Ms. Gerson, Fleming Franklin, Holli Harris, Laura Quevedo, Suzy Vidal, Front Row: Kathy Gallops, Kelly Deas, Laura Newton, Alice Theilen, Dora Gonzalez. - as Zh- f li 1 Suzy Vidal and patient at Parkland Children's Hospital. DECA Q Gains Experience Home Economics Related Occupations ' A members have been busy this year learning about many different areas of employment. They have been a part of field trips, Business Representatives lectures, and group meetings of the HERO Organization, They have learned steps in job safety, and emergency first aid. This spring they kept a tradition alive by taking their employers and family out to dinner and a show at Granny's Dinner Playhouse. The HERO members have learned much more about their jobs this year, and are glad to be a part of the HERO organization. Sponsor Mrs. Grace Delatour A Wm Chuck Coburn, Co-President Jimmy Peters, Co-President April Parsons, Treasurer Leticia Escamilla, Secretary Seated: Jesus Arauco, Lisa Bevilacqua, Jolean Washington, and Barbara Esquivel. Seated: Carlos Fernandez, Chuck Coburn. Leticia Escamilla, Delfina Arauco, and Lisa Ray. Standing: Alex Martinez, Louis Casas, Marie Cosme, Lisa Hammond, Debra Dukes, Steve Crawford, Larry Jordon, Eric Nicks, Standing: Jim Anderson, Debbie Howell, Bill Bimmerman, April Parsons, Jimmy Peters, and Beatriz Caballero, and Anna De La Garza. HERO iw VOCT gets to work The Vocational Opportunities Clubs of Texas is a youth organization developed to give students a more expanded view of the business world. Its members are all in co- op programs here at TJ. The program is designed to give students a chance to get work experience while completing regular high school courses required for graduation. Kim Lewis - Holiday Cleaners Joe Davila - Kroger's Peaches Darby - Long John Silver's Sponsor: Mr. Charles Green L MEMBERS Tim Gatewood Lisa Kirkendoll Darron Rann Trina Thompson Pomezia White Sedrick Clark Ronald Brantley Rosalinda Echols Albert Jones Bridget Lee Vickey Mitchell Donna Palmer Pedro Rojas Iris Wright Nick Ray Greg Johnson Alfredo Cantu Joe Davila Joel Guerrero Stanley Hughes Dolores Sanchez Martha Zambrano Michael Chappell Kim Lewis VOCT UNIT I "ijt VOCT CUnit ID: Whot o place to start. The Vocational Opportunities Clubs of Texas and the CVAE class provides students with valuable vocational training and gives students a better view of business related occupations. The purpose of this organization is to provide opportunities for student members to develop leadership abilities and citizenship. , 4 OFFICERS - Stacy Peters Y Vice President, James Cranford - President, Jeff Romine - Treasurer. QW 'M Standing: Jason Bevier, Lisa Rios, Jorge Elizondo, Richard English, Jeff Romine. Seated: Matt Oliver, Chad Meese, James Cranford, Mer- rill King, VOCT Unit Il bans- " I ff T 3, ffl i'WfrHA1a.r-Q ,t , , Sponsor: Mr. James Patterson Standing: Stacy Peters, Efrain P Wiski, Tom Marquez. Seated: Ybarra, Joann Berkley. Z , acheco, Jose Rojas, Chip Chambers, Gary Leticia Peters, Audrey Polk, Frances OEH Prepares for Business OEA, Office Education Association, has presented the VOE students an opportunity to expand office skills as part of our educational goals, Students have participated in many activities throughout the 1983-84 school year. Officers went to East Texas State University in November for an OEA seminar. Members competed in several contests, one in February which tested office skills. Other activities included fund raisers, dinners, and addresses by business representatives from the working world. This association has truly contributed to our careers and has been enjoyable. Ms. Sarah Brockriede By Sharetha Strange ,cg i- Q, E1'f"1Le.Y1 , 1il1llY LZ Back Row: Jose Zuniga, Debra Billops, Lucy Martinez, Yolanda Pena, Maria Medina, and Betty Alvarado. Front Row: Sharetha Strange 1 Pres., Rosemarie Sandoval - Treas., and Lilly Munoz - Sec. Unpictured: Cynthia Parra - Vice Pres. Sponsor L..-...M .. I , - 'T' Y :PF- f J- Q-Q x .s Q K N A .su . 'gi S t l i F , ll .. as , F . ,J sill! ll ack Row Samuel Cantu Carmen Meza Cade Reaves Dean Fincher, B I , , , Harris. Front Row: Jaqueline Estrada, Pres. 4 Joan Orosco, Vice Pres. Patricia DeLeon, Treas. - Pamela Pawsey, Ivory Davis, Sharon Busby. P... Patrisha O'Shields, Paula 4 Nita Strickland, Sec. - r poi f V If 'L iw. f . ' 3 Qi ' S ,f 5' In A What are you Jose? looking at, Lucy? A picture of OEA 165 V TEENS 7-1 I Ill' 7 X ullllrl mia 'KILM uvir'r'11?' "7"' 'TWT' L Sponsor Mrs. Nadine Carter Y-Teens Help Community The Thomas Jefferson Y-Teens are a part of the Dallas YMCA, This year the Y- Teens were slow starters. We started the year with an Appreciation Day for the sponsor, Mrs. Nadine Carter. The Club took the girls trick-or-treating on Halloween The Club also participated in activities with other clubs in Dallas This year included activities with their little sisters. QW rm. MEMBERS Monica Carter Alicia Allen Pam Pawsey Loree Williams Teresa Castro Sharon Crosley Paige Jones Chris Moore Jennifer Crosley is it SVN ,af Sec. - Pam Pawseyg Scrapbook -- Sharon Crosleyg Pres. - Pam Pawsey and others fill out membership cards at the first mee Alicia Alleng Treas - Jennifer Crosleyg Scrapbook -e Loree Williams. Foreground: Vice-Pres. - Teresa Castro. Y-Teens ting. Club helps needy During the year the Afro-American Culture Club has alone numerous things ln October. they took Halloween Candy to Bethany Nursery School ln Noveiiiher. they gave a Thanksgiving dinner to a needy family in West Dallas ln Defeniber. they visited Sunnyvale Nursing Home in Oak Cliff. The cluli tries to help neetly blacks throughout the community. uwarmaw-enyuns we W Y Q K ,l Y Sponsor: Ms. Leona Adams " 5 I . it Karen Stepherson, Presg Lisa Hammond. Vice Presg Marion Polk, Secg Sabrina Truitt, Treas. A YK in J , ,,,, t , . M, 'in 1, F , , gi , Q 'W 2 QW, .1 ' . ,, H.tf ,V , , ,, , R 'V . V I I V 2 .Q 52 W-,. X 225 f,-"'Nl'N.x , V ,E ' V Q V Ii Back Row: Grady. Front Row: Shirley Jimmersnn. Mark Mays. Debra Billops Angela Chriss, Cynthia Sells. Deanna Estes. Valarie J' 14 3 yew ww 4 M f .,, f it Thompson. Merrill King. Lisa Hammond. Karen Stepherson. Sabrina Polk, Pam Afro American Culture Club 167 Keg Clubbers Confront Confusion, td CL06, . . . Discover Direction 2 5 GQNA-Q0 "Confront Confusion, Discover Directionw was the theme for the 1983-84 Key Club. The club completed one of its most successful years, had more members than ever, and I enjoyed a renewed club spirit. Among its activities, the club painted the attendant's shed in the TJ student parking lot, helped with the March of Dimes Haunted House at Halloween, held a car wash, sponsored a needy family, and sent members regularly to the Wednesday luncheons provided by the North Dallas Kiwanis Club. At the end of the second semester, officers and members attended the annual convention at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. ag S, Key Club sponsor Marylin Neaseg Kiwanis sponsor C. C. Covington. Clockwise: Treas. Liz Quintero, Sec. Don Nguyen, Pres. David Hicks, Vice Pres T Burton Q45- Q..- Top Row: Mrs. Nease, Rosa Lopez, Don Nguyen, Chris Moore, Elsa Repetto, Joey Roppolo, Janet Walker, Susan Mitchell, Heba Malaty, Ross Tindall, Jennifer Thompson, Brad Mathis, Nelson Seo, Robbie Davls, Dwane Horner, Ron Tester, John Seo, Elizabeth Quintero. 2nd Row: Alexandra Repetto, Becky Russell, Lara Williams, Laurie Bolt, Nicole St. Romain, Rhiannon Evans, Leslie Lawler, Tony Burton. Bottom Row: Marty Lopez, Dewina Jones, Julie Nemec, Cari Kaye, Samantha Cantu, Jennifer Amlong, Karen Garcia, Martha Garcia, Kyle McCullah KUnpictured: David Hicks, Richard Rogers. Paige Jones, Lupita Alvarez, Peter Del Rosario, Mitch Hamilton, Greta Brenna, Mindy Lalonde, Michelle Simpson, Ki Bom Kim, Karin Sewell, James Morris, Robert Maddera, Stephanie Goodell, Robert Laukoter, Megan Wisdom, Gina Bailey, Bryan Potts, Robyn Musgrave, Robert Wilonsky, Trey Reagan, Alfred Laukoter, Sara Willis, Tracey Kelly. Key Club 168 ah: ffff ..,,gw--uv--f' k -ANN.. r '. .. . , '9 , "iff he N-415.1 . . - " :xx .-. W a fr. To X L A4, -,... ri Jennifer Thompson solicits business with help from Tony Burton. Robyn Musgrave and Jennifer Thompson have a wonderful time washing a truck at 1050. it Key Club photographer sion on the student park , W Kyle McCullah confronts confu- Farrah Fawcett, er, Mrs. Nease playing frisbie Looks like Don Nguyen, Tony Burton, and Jenn ing lot. at the picnic. Thompson had a paintful time! :QS Kp-fm' Some members enjoy a picnic in Plano. The club at the Scottish Rite Hospital for volunteer aid. Key Club 'ii N, is-4. 169 FHH helps themselves Future Homemakers of America is an organization designed to help students with their personal and family improvements in the home and in the community. lt also helps the students understand the meaning of sharing and caring. This organization helps young people prepare for life by encouraging them to help others. FHA i W Tis , i-E i id Exif x 5 'Q Q 2? -. FHA Members Andrew Alvarado Dindy Alverson Debra Billops Richard Blackwell Lora Bradshaw John Brazil Paula Brown Stevie Burch Sharon Busby Tina Butler Kim Clayton Lawannia Coleman Maria Cosme Ramona Cox Tracie Douglas Debra Dukes Carrenado Edwards Torry Edwards Jorge Elizondo Brenda Esquivel Deanna Estes Jackie Estrada Franklin Flemming Dee Foley Kelley Fuller Laura Garcia Liz Garcia Ruben Gonzales Cammie Goodnight Aymen Goushey Ronnie Guerrero Kim Harris Dan Hasty Stan Hughes Kim Huyo Dale Jackson Bill Johnson Mike Johnson Pam Johnson Albert Jones Yul Jones Wendy Jordan Merrill King Lisa Kirkendoll Remberto Maquerra Kim Melso Rosario Morales Terri Moscrey Wally Oviedo Armando Perez Keysha Pinkard Troy Randle Eric Richards Karen Sanchez Rosemarie Sandoval Derek Shaeffer Rodney Scott Cynthia Sells Margie Staton Kathy Stewart Jenny Thomas Valeria Thompson Pat Torres Cindy Willis Connie Wilson John Wright Sue Zaric FHA , M, Q.. Los Amigos tuvieron un ano bueno. The "Los Amigos" had a very good year. The students enjoyed going to Parkland Hospital and bringing presents and food for the disabled children. Une ot the students dressed up as Santa Claus for the children. The different classes enjoyed making pinatas, too. There were many good pinatas for the judges to pick as the best one, which was L'Ziggy." All in all, the Spanish club, Hl.os Amigos," had a great year and it is all due to the hardeworking students and the teacher and sponsor, Rick Hidalgo. V - ,ii. f W 1 T .,,. ,M wg? ,, N K M , .- M I f T , all tiif i W if S Y I I W ,H 169' A VV,, ,T 5 X Ron Tester. Tony Burton, Robyn Musgrave, and Karen Garcia enjoy the mess of W f 2,.,,m.w fi dj WH" , 1 W e .. it Cindy Schlette, Sarah Merritt, Diane Miramontes, Tresi Furstenberg, and Saman- Sponsor Rick Hidalgo with good friend Oscar, tha Cantu hold the first place pinata winner. Ziggy, 172 Los Amigos 27" jg, W THIRD PERIOD - First Row: Joanne Lopez, Linda Marchio. Cari Kaye, Julie Nemec, Tracey Hallman, Lucy Martinez. Leticia Escamilla, Second Row: Megan Wisdom, Joey Ropollo, Eric Sorensen, Arthur Hamilton. Laurie Bolt, Angie Taylor. Jaime Martinez, Annette Amaya. Third Row: Pablo Miramontes, Thomas Slack. Jeff Pappas. Doug Hassell. Juan Fernandez. Mike Udel, Jesus Arauco, Juan Gonzales, David Gregorich, Oh Chul Park, Andrea Duncan. Preston lnga. V H52 'Rf ' , 2 -' Jil, r F r av i tii. FOURTH PERIOD - First Row: Jesus Rodriquez, Jesus Barajas, David Larson, Kwang lPablol Cha, Lara Williams, Leslie Lawler, Monserrat Aguillera, Audrey Smith, Molly Eastin, Jennifer Whited. SIXTH PERIOD - First Row: Karen Vieg, Samantha Cantu, Diane Miramontes, Teresa Furstenberg, Suzanne Farfan. Tony Burton, Robyn Musgrave, Siegfried Suazo. Second Row: Shirley Gonzales. Sarah Merritt, Cindy Schlette. Gwendy Tapia. Doris Pope, Ronald Tester, Karen Garcia. Third Row: Tom Rubio. Kristi Kolhensvik, Candace Borneman, Julie Boothe, Tania Robin' son, Charles Harrell. Mary Priest, Trey Reagan, Fourth Row: Frank Tousa, Bobby Romans, Kyle Biggerstaff. Nathan Frick, J Le Club de Francois o posse tres bonne onee. The French Club is a group of students in the French language and culture. The club has over fifty members ranging from first to fourth-year student. The group meets monthly, to increase the members' knowledge of French culture. Among this year's activities was a progressive dinner for which students prepared various stages of the meal. Mrs. Rester enjoys serving food to Edward Oviedo, Dora Gonazalez, and Students enjoy a progressive dinner at the home of one ofthe members. Anne Rasmussen. Treas. Lanying Chow, Vice-Pres. Aaron McEvoy, Mrs. Rester, Mascot Chris Robertson, Sec. Elsa Repetto, Pres. Steve Meise. 174 French Club Sponsor Virginia Rester Guten Tag it The German Club is a social organization where students of common interests and knowledge in German share the enrichment of the culture and the language through fun and educational activities. Some of the year's highlights were the club Christmas Party, the banquet, and the selling of the "notorious" Gummy Bears. At the North Texas Region German Novemberfest Festival, TJ was well represented by several students who brought back six first place trophies and a total of twenty ribbons. Don Nguyen, Robert Maddera, and John Seo also represented TJ at the state competitions. The TJ German Club is also affiliated with , the American Association of Students of German and the Texas Association of German Students. This year officers are Don fBernhardl Nguyen, Pres.g Robert Maddera, Vice Pres.g Jeanne Escher, Secretary: John Seo, Treasurer. OFFICERS: John Seo, Robert Maddera, Don Nguyen, Jeanne Escher, Alfred Laukoter. T 'NS First Row: Steve Yap, Long Hoang, Shannon Strickland, Linda Kane, Robert Maddera, Alfred Laukoter, Second Row: Donald Ngugen, Paul Masters, John Seo, Mitch Hamilton, Jung Liang, Jeanne Escher, Bessy Robertson, Gayle Turchi, Mrs. Webb. Third Row: David Sun Kang, Emily Goodell, Amy Goodell, Teresa Foerster, Kelley Klotz, John Rawlins, Winston Whitt, Nicky Duenhalter, lngrid Bartley. German Club Susie Greer, Mr. Hidalgo, and Ki'Bom Kim show their newly learned talents in a Greek dance. Left to Right: Susie Greer, Treasurer, Brian Cox, Secretary, Jill Entrican, Historian. Not pictured: Nichole St. Romain, President, Ken Cunningham, Vice President, Deidre Birmingham, Historian. " - K Q. S . Q, L' iilll F? f Y T 1' QQ X Front Row: Magister Hidalgo, Rosa Lopez, Tammy Kelly, Lanying Chow, Monika Glab, Tiffany English, Jill Entrican, Susie Greer, Alicia Milam, Jennifer Crosley, Ken Cunningham, Pete Maqueira, Dana Eatherly, Tami Hilts. Back Row: Yvette Herrera, Kristi Doss, Russell Ramey, Virgil Tindall, Ki-Bom Kim, Jeff Spears, Stan Ha, Marcus Deitz. Latin Club 'lk a N l I rs l 'ill ' lll :XJ "'Estro Perpetuoi The Latin Club is an organization of Latin land Latin Il students who are interested in the study of Roman and Greek culture. This year we were a member ofthe National Junior Classical League. We went to the Greek Foods Festival for lunch one day and learned several Greek dances. Other activities we participated in included adopting a family for Thanksgiving, giving a Christmas party at Parkland Hospital, and participating in a Roman Christmas party here at school. ' May it Iastforeuer 5 5 Looking l . . sf Humonities The Humanities Club of TJ opens doors to expose its members to the many facets of culture and fine art in the Dallas area. lt is open to all seniors interested in fine arts at TJ. The Humanities Club attends theatrical production, art exhibitions, and studies architecture. All ofthe members want to give special thanks to Betty McLain, who retired this year, for her dedication to the club and for all of her many years of teaching its members about culture. The Humanities Club is dedicated to the pursuit of cultural education to people who appreciate fine art. iv Ks 55 When in Greece, do as the Greecians do! Humanities wi. A an W, ot Fine Wi Betty McLain and Marian Cole, Sponsors l Ill Bl l'llH I -I Q: I ll I ,.........,...i Historian David Hicks, Pres. Ken Bywaters, Vice-Pres. Kathy Sec, - Treas. Sheri Furstenburg. Jennifer Thompson doesn't seem to mind the existence of hominids, and Marlo Murphy thinks they're cute. After the retirement of Ms. McLain, librarian Mary Duffy takes on the responsibility of the Humanities Club with Ms. Cole. X1 t... ,gf -y . ,, t , .... -f - ,mit w,,, . . .,.: X' is - " J R L 'f to C 1 s , ittt , if i X L Q rrree ' , to K' Q 'R Q s- " N A Na . gf K: 'Li l ktk, K at .- .,:-. X... - 'S' Q J .,- L.. i - K , 'EP ' it. ks , eil V, ' s ir gwa Q Q Ei 'GRP' - 4 la Back Row: Sponsor, Ms. Cole, Eric Sauer, Carlos Floresca, Lee Harrison, Chris Rea, David Riggs, Brad Mathis, David Hicks, Robbie Davis, Armando Perez, Michael Herrera. Middle Row: Tony Burton, Luisa Diaz, Elsa Repetto, Emily Kelton, Jeanne Escher, Jennifer Thompson, Greta Brenna, Jen- nifer Vaughn, Karla Cadena. Bottom Row: Helen Levine, Karmen Rogers, Beth Ramsey, Kelly Culver, Kelsie Conaster, Kathy Reeves, Sheri Furstenberg, Stephanie Goodell. Humanities Physics Club Hos New Findings . . . Throughout the 1983-84 school year the Physics Club has been an educational and social organization. The members had fun at the pizza parlors and club parties as they shared the knowledge of the physical world around them. Some of the year's highlights were the Laser Light Show at the Omni Theater and the l Christmas party held at Dr. Sweetman's home. The sponsor is Dr. Edward Sweetman. 1 W i Physics Club students enjoy the subject as much as the groups activities. tt' I Gaim S Left to Right: Dr, Sweetman, John Seo, Peter Del Rosario, Jennifer Thompson, Helen Levine, Kathy Reeves, Stacy McNatt, David Hicks. Second Row: Steve Meise, Trey Reagan, Jim Ivy, Alfred Laukoter, Robert Laukoter, Joey Roppolo, Bob Thomas. Third Row: Carlos Floresca. John Rawlins, Steve Turner, Aaron McEvoy, Ken Bywaters. Walter Weeks. Fourth Row: Dustin Roelse. Chris Robertson, Chris Rea. Physics Club ng if is ,, .. f.kA Three great minds: Steve, Alfred, and Stacy. VMC ME' "Stacy, ask John what the square root of 16 is," says Rocky Guerrero. "lt's not P-l-E, itls qr ," exclaims Dr. Sweetman. Chris: Yes but 5x 11620. Stacy: E:mc2, O.K.? "You're so modest, Dr. Sweetman," says Kathy Reeves. XX Y :Z 2 Zio... "You see, a solar calculator saves money," Chris Ray explains to Chris Robertson and Dustin Roelse, 'lPhysics is really great but sometimes very tiring," says Robert Laukoter. Physics Club l 1 Reveille starts onew The Reveille has made some innovative changes this year. lt took on a new style, logo, and format, while many of the Reveille traditions still stand, including Christmas Grams, Valentine Grams. and Senior Wills. Let us not forget the famous pizza parties on Delivery Dates. The small but enthusiastic staff kept up with the controversial issues, from "Pats Sinking Fastll to "Tabloid Trashff never ceasing to bring in new stories and ideas like the exciting Treasure Hunt. . Selling ads also became part of the responsibility in order to keep a monthly sixteen-page paper. Also new this year was the Literary Magazine, a composite of many ofthe TJ students' literature and artwork. The many accomplishments of this staff and the patience and guidance of sponsor Kay Eby made the year rewarding for everyone. ! ., Q By LaDonna Black 'mu suns I V A10 -af' . -i:,-, "J .,,.. MQQQQ Getting ready for a brainstorming session are staffers Robert Laukoter lleft, frontl, Kelley Klotz, Vonda Kaye McClendon, R osa Lopez, Tonette Lester, Macy Moore, LaDonna Black, John Rawlins, Sherry Osier, Diane Poupart, Angie Taylor is unpictured. . ,,.a--"M ' X . k, ., . , v:..:m i - .. s, Q' -of . g ,,,, 2 s fd' if The process begins with interviews. Here LaDonna discusses a story with Layouts are essential. with Robert, Sherry, John, and Macy designing Msg. Larry Floyd. the pages. Publications Newspapers depend on both phones and typewriters. Here Tineke White Ctoregroundl, Tonette, and Robert work on stories. l Finally, it's time to go to the printers, Vonda Kaye and Kelley leave for one of many trips, The paper is finished, and staff members get their first look at the newest issue. Typing never seems to end. Diane and Rosa finish a Reveille story. we Now comes the real test - finding out what students think about the paper. Reading the latest news are Kathy Reeves lleft frontl, David Hicks, Stacy McNatt, Helen Levine fbackl, and Reveille editor LaDonna Black and cartoonist Andy Garrett, Publications 'X i I Document: The Yeor in Review The 1983-1984 staff proved to be a creative one. With more than half of its members attending SMU workshop, the group won an award that reflected their imaginative input toward the cover and book design. The fact that the staff originally chose four themes for the 1984 book shows that it is a diverse group with many unique ideas. The final decision was a difficult one, but "Reflections" won the majority of the members because it meant that this was a year for reflecting - both at TJ and in Dallas as well. By The Editors "Ms Eby, it is not all that bad, so smile," says Jennifer Whifed. tolli Ii s .ff 3' 7,-rl T I , I ADVERTISING - Tiffany English, Tracey Kelly. 'fl W, .S 2 J, 'Y A8SISTANT EDITOR - Jennifer Whited. EDITORS - Don Nguyen, SPORTS - Left to Right: Candy Cates, Mike Teleha, Diane Mmdy Lalonde' Miramontes, Jennifer Vaughn. Unpictured: Armando Perez. Publications ORGANIZATIONS - Front Row: Robyn Musgrave, Mindy Lalonde, Colleen Ferguson, Karmen Rogers. Back Row: Tony Burton, Dora Gonzalez, Karla Duelm. Unpictured: Kathy Kendall. SENIOR CLASS - Stacy McNatt Ileftl, Kathy Reeves, Helen Levine. - Teresa Castro, Sophomore Classg Chris Fuentes, Classg Laura Newton, Freshman Class. STUDENT LIFE - Don Nguyen lfrontl, Fraun Delafield, Jennifer Whited, Kelly Culver, Mindy Lalonde. Dora Gonzalez and Jennifer Whited look over Mindy Lalonde's shoulder to see if she puts all the money back into the box, FACULTY - Mitch Hamilton, Susie Greer. Publications Photos ore o snop This year the DOCUMENT and REVEILLE photography staff was bigger and better than ever. lt consisted of thirty photographers, some of whom attended a workshop at SMU during the summer. The best part of having so many talented people was the ability to get many more photos taken, but the worst part was that the tiny darkroom was not large enough to accommodate all the developers and printers in time to meet all deadlines. All in all, the photo class, the first of its kind at TJ, accomplished much in the way of upgrading yearbook and newspaper pictures. Also, this year the DOCUMENT purchased all new equipment for the darkroom, resulting in what promised to be the best yearbook ever. 'f21"'F' Front Row, Left to Right: Lisa Lucido, Liz Quintero, Marlo Murphy Kyle McCullah Maria Flores Ted Romine Scott Barker David Hicks Wisdom, Cindy Schlette. Second Row, Left to Right: Joe Davila Eric Gudjohnsen Steve Porter Jose Meza Karen Vieg Martha Garcia Dol chez. Back Row, Left to Right: Bryan Potts, Chris Nelson, Dan Stephens Aaron McEvoy Jerry de la Garza Jim lvy Steve Kendall Denise Chris Robertson, Chrissy Cortez, Pat Mullins, Amy Garver, Albert Jones Publications r +37 t i i rt Hdvertlslng gets work done The advertising class was new this year, and members proved to be helpful in assuming the sale of ads formerly assigned to both DOCUMENT and REVEILLE staffs. Primarily, the advertising group sold Reveille ads, and, in order to do this, students left campus to solicit sales from community merchants. The experience of selling was a new one to all but three returning salesmen, and it was not always a rewarding one since merchants quite often turned students away without a sale. But most salesmen Lonnie Johnson and Jimmy Peters have no trouble selling ads because attacked the job with enthusiasm, and the publications of their unique Salesmanshlp' were once more able to pay their bills. . 52 EKQs,r,, fewxme f,, -f ,,, Q.. , Wi . ,,: , ,FS -Z Front Row: Loree Williams, Lori Shipp, David Brown. Second Row: Kelly Eastin, Coby DeHaven, Danny Fine, Trisha Milam, Kelly Welch. Third Row: Becky Russell, Gina Sladek, Ben Sanchez, Amy Plata. Back Row: Brian Clepper, Erik Flom, John Cantu, Beth Thorn, Sarah Adey. Pubhcahons Q55 xx Q WWE ?NCX3Tx5gg5, RAXQJ f J Uzqm mg? K5 Umm egg HMO fl WXQVfPjfWL3Q1f'1sf2l Wm-Sf lmffx Ma VSNSSQUB llgfbuxg rw Dimizmgg XNWWX JWXVEJLDQ 'Yxfwxwgg QQQ CD pq- gsm XQCEQQK N5 PAQ LDVYY1 bmp 'TWH X, Vuqfkaf Q CXQIQD t SEQWJ UNSW JT y WWYNQJQX A-QVQVQXE , 1 Varsity Cheerleaders Kristi Kolbeinsvik Candy Cates Stephanie Henderson X 5, Rocky Guerrero Mike Herrera Eric Sauer Suzy Vidal 3 Patty Baker Fraun Delafie i 5 ia E Qi.-1 .i Q ' f 58, 'N- ld I 5 - : S 132 Zelda Smith t squad rating. The cheerleaders painted signs for pep Sl 'TELZPQQ E119 This year the Varsity cheerleaders attended cheerleader camp August 8-12. There they received three superior ribbons and one excellent ribbon, They were also awarded two spirit sticks and a super star K assemblies, decorated the lunchroom, sold balloons and spirit links, and held weekly spirit competitions ' X ' ' between classes. "We worked very hard but had a lot of fun getting everything accomplished," said Captain Rocky Guerrero. A'Party after the game?" ask the cheerleaders RAH!!! 2.224 .L ' K ag. Q Q B '-:. :2-2 :--L EEE kki ,f a Q s , -N a s T s a if f ,gg i , s s T f T ' ' J I n k ,,,, i t K xx K . B M1 W. X ...Jani S Q TY ' W S 4 . 1 . . . L .... as 4 X T . .. .. , .. N. it V. . V T l ., Wake up. The assembly's not over! , :A i W ..:. :.: , E . is 2. Q titr ott. N . fa: L .t,.r 1.2-: lyke W- ' - 4 , - Ss i ' i - SE? I a . ' K . ' Y Vg' . E ' , . . Q . it Qilafl V55 N' Q.: . - 1 - X - 1 - - 1 . - . --" . ' aaee T -1 e P s . - 1' . A I K T s 72 T W X f it f 3 . - ' .yr . 'Q X .Q ,W -- z A Q - ' Q ,reg Pfvts- Qj Q, - ft-.1 pi ae! 2 , X "Get off my hair,', screams Candy. Stephanie is attacked by killer pom-pons. Fraun takes a break during halftime. 191 l Back Row: Mike Herrera, Eric Sauer. Second Row: Patty Baker, Fraun Delafield. Third Row: Stephanie Henderson, Rocky Guerrero, Kristi Kolbensvick, Suzy Vidal. Front Row: Zelda Smith, Candy Cates. wit Capt. Rocky and Co-Capt. Kristi share a relax- Sponsor Mary Lou Guy ing moment. 192 J.V. Cheerleaders K, 13,5- .f Amy Welty, Jill Entrican, Kecia White, Amy Garver, Shannon Strickland, Tracy Hallman, Gwendy Tapia, Christie Rosendahl. SLUJOJILSQJIP 'Wh 9'1F1?1! 0 LFE, .1 -I-I .J .a.a.a Mrs. Kaye Spencer was named the new J.V. cheerleader sponsor forthe 1983-84 year. There were nine J.V. cheerleaders who attended all Freshman and J.V. games, two football pep assemblies and helped in fund-raising and sign painting. The group went to competitions where they competed against other J.V. squads. They had a good year, and, most important, they learned to work together as a group. f.,v Q CAPT. Tracy Hallman CO-CAPT. Gwendy Tapia J .V. Cheerleaders - Shannon Strickland Amy Garver Michelle Debosier Kecia White Amy Welty Christie Rosendahl J ill Entrican 77, Q -M. W'y', fc? Q,,'f'1, 'Z Liberty Belles Belles Sparkle Bfiei gi Qu,i"ffi e Qe T eee e it Hia fl! ff'li'i! IFE-1: ei ? .a..a ...J-n.: .n.n.a.n.n .J The TJ Liberty Belles showed outstanding performance this year and were the pride of our halftimes. Last summer at S.M.U. they received a sweepstakes trophy for an outstanding job in Dance, Marching, and Creative night competition. A total of 44 ribbons was won by various members of the group. Diane Sloane was named a member of the All- American Drill Team, and Jennifer Thompson and Brenda Beene were chosen as members of Who's Who in Drill Team. With these outstanding accomplishments, we can definitely say that the Liberty Belles are an award-winning drill team. Sponsor Terry Davis 1983-84 Liberty Belles Row 1: Diane Miramontes, Brenda Beene, Diane Sloane, Jennifer Thompson, Paige Thompson. Row 2: Holii Harris. Gail Turchi, Karen Vieg, Julie Nemec, Valencia Jackson, Jennifer Whited, Jennifer Vaughn, Lisa Johnson, Cari Kaye, Audrey Smith, Leslie Lawler, Row 3: Angela Chriss, Kay Floresca, Cathy Carpenter, LaDonna Black, Laura Williams, Tonia Feltzer, Michelle Moazammi. Row 4: Kiwana Wright. Jolanda Prelow, Kelsie Con- atser, Tresi Furstenberg, Angie Taylor, Linda Marchio, Tammy Harper, Jill Ruley, Geanie Escher, 'CW DlANE'S SQUAD LaDonna Black Holli Harris Cathy Carpenter Laura Williams Jill Ruley Diane Sloane JENNIFER'S SQUAD Kawana Wright Jennifer Thompson Gayle Turchi Lisa Johnson Audrey Smith Linda Marchio Jennifer Vaughn PAlGE'S SQUAD Leslie Lawler Valencia Jackson Cari Kaye Paige Thompson Karen Vieg Angela Chriss Tonia Feltzer ANNA'S SQUAD Kay Floresca Julie Nemec Angie Taylor Kelsie Conatser Anna Miramontes BRENDA'S SQUAD Tresi Furstenberg Jolanda Prelow Michelle Moazammi Jennifer Whited Tammy Harper Geanie Escher Brenda Beene Memories of Our Fun-filled Year! M 'I Q, lu 'bf 4. t 1 s i.. . 1.983219 34.2 s. 5 , L js S. Q it l fsr i " 1 so Q X. " - ' is as ri h . l as r. Q . r a :1" 1 C g a s . Q, E' 'l g ' l 'tr if " A C 'F' .I . A . J ll if - Q- W 5 l rr "-. .Q was 3 s 5 . QQ.: . M-il . L:::x : .L 3 .Ng L5 :'y , +I fmul - gh , f , - . - . " fl' r . sss is I i A 'C 1 jfs 55?-Q "': ll 1' I up '- M-,4 S M H Mn T J , f .':'1. -K . 3 J A Q' N Q S Top Row: Steven Huffman, Charles Dolk, Matt King, Tex Colbert, Eric Richards. Middle Row: Trainer, Ken Conningham, Walter Weeks, Derek Sholeen, Torry Edwards, Greg Johnson, Chad King. Bottom Row: Erik Davis, Erik Flom, Rodney Jinks, Michael Teleha, Jerry Coronado, Marvin Whittaker. 200 Euf9JQJ'l3:ba.ll.1. Q 0 , , , M, 5, Q 2 gn , b MQ I ,NI wg M E E ,zb f it C ll We K A V A C 3 5 " L ' iv Q T ' X Y i ,. .1 5 cu? 1 Q Q T ' 'L EE: : C B M 'Qi i 4 1 5 x w S fi ff ew ragga . 5: Top Row: Larry Chapman, Carl Davis, Gary Hasty, Scott Barker, Paul Juarez. Middle Row: Jose Meza, Derrick Richey, Fred Stromile, Rodrick Lacy, Phillip Mays, Manager Blake Alling. Bottom Row: Chris Tuveng, Pedro Villarreal, Aaron Johnson, James Williams, Stevie Burch, Jonathan Maples, 201 FQLOJEDQEL 5331.593 ELEELI9 TQ 3527 The Thomas Jefferson Varsity football team began training for the 1983-84 season on Aug. 15 in 100 degree weather. The team trained for 3 weeks before shutting out the Tyler Lee Red Raiders 27-O. The following week the Pats lost a hard game to Jesuit 14-16. The next 2 weeks TJ lost to Garland and Pinkston. TJ then won over the Hillcrest Panthers and their ghost defense. The Pats then lost the next 5 games. The Pats ended the season with a smashing win over the Sunset Bisons 34-O. This year's varsity has the best record of any 80's varsity team. Manager Kenneth Cunningham Varsity Football 1983-1984 T.J. COACHING STAFF - From Left: Ricky Parker, Mike Wallace, Reggie Robinso Allen Stumbo, Paul Armendariz, Gerald Turner. Jothan Maples Steve Burch Pedro Villarrera .ff -1,: " '." I 'Z A I H iiy f ,. f 1' , U H ""' 1 Q ri , Ki v James Willams Chris Tuveng Phillip Mays 'E .... , . i RF X, X ., Q ii Rodrick Lacy Mark Mays Fred Stromil ..'.?. ' :Ml ...at U - . .tis 1 f sii Gary Hasty Erik Richards Jerry Coronado Varsity Football I lj gf L3 XL f i 1' cf 4. 'is 1 ,,i Chad King Larry Billops ' J L. ' ew' M g A . , fy ' , 4 V, 1 , 4 32 Carl Davis Paul Juarez The Defense: "Roger, Roger, Bingo." Charlie Dolk ' 1- 3,5 Z, if ,L 3 , ' -- ,.,, aww Torry Edwards f , L xii n- A , L 1 M I f if ffm- , , J, Mike Wallac: "Trashcan right on twof' Steve Huffman i V C ,, or 1? U VV W C rgii or is if g i xz M V ,, V lg ki V3 ,,,,, .X MV 'I W A C V ,,g, I V A V 1 V V X VV ' ff' A . as w ,, V, ,,,V V , V VVV A. , V V ,V X ' 4. ,, ill . A T i"li' 'C Michael Teleha Jonathan Maples: "Yea, I made that touchdown." Kumala Johnson 2 Erik Flom Walter Weeks Varsity Football l won t drop it Coach' lA. Colbert, M. Wallcej Aug- N Aw: g .r I vu.. 5 ,,5m::!-RH' Nm ff' V - N . W--, ,,-mf nary, I f i s mf Erik Davis Q Andrew Colbert 1 V :E , 40. me I we , . -HM 1 -JM' fl f l ' Q "3 . X .. V is X 4, 'Alt's time to get dirty KS Barker A Johnsonl Matt King Scott Barker Marvin Whittaker H1 Moml QM Wlttakerl UOur Father who art in Heaven CG Turner iw' if fe JV Football -Q Vi gains The JV football team started the 1983 season as a group of individuals with exceptional size and talent, each having the same goal f to win. As the season progressed, the V Nt ft players seemed to realize that if they unified and played as a tight group instead of a mob, it was much easier to compete in this league. After discovering this formula, the JV strove to win and always came back after a defeat. The team finished the season on a positive note and with a winning season. Coach Reggie Robinson Coach Paul Armendariz Al A i s ' 'QQ ri,. ff: it st, i Top Row: Billy Austin. Andrew Alvarado, Ronnie Hyde, Mark Mays, Brian McCauley, Reggie Davis. Allen Hossley. Mike Cook. David Gregorich, Ramone Morales, Derek Jones. Bottom Row: James Henley, Steve Pervis, Vincent Strain, Mike Monreal, Bobby Turner, Charlesj-larrell, Herman Stovall, Eric Gray, 2 206 1 5? 'lbw ,msm E L .ir BACKS -- To Row: B'll A t' . H S W if-if Q 'han J f p 1 y us in erman tovall. Eric Gray. Ramon Morales. Bobby Turner. Bottom Row: Vincent Strain, Steve Pervis, Mark Mays. Reggie Davis. f- X ll 'A - i L A Q -I ow-vw fi fi 'ft' Q I kfkx . " k::,, -- .5 'liii Sie, -gig. . I K -K I .. eettt 1 Ii MMM it MMMM A ,m.t - , it Z i .J A ,.t . ti- .ik , LINEMEN - Top Row: James Henley. Ronnie Hyde. Hossley. David Gregorich, Mike Cook. Derek Jones. ,wr- Q Biff Chuck Harrell. Andrew Alvarado. Mike Monreal, Bottom Row: Brian McCauley, Allen Freshman Football Look.: good. The freshman team had a good season. They tied the W.T. White Longhorns at Loos Stadium. Coach David Nelson felt that the team had a good outlook for next year. Their record was 4-6. Coach David Nelson 2 2 i 5 Bottom Row: Kevin Gray, David Hance, Keith Brown, Edward Tyler, John Walker, Doug Carter, Shawn Underwood, Glendale Collins, Henry Vasquez, John White, Joe Ramos, Middle Row: Tommy Malooly, Herman Wadlington, Gary Turner, Roel Gonzales, Orlando Ortega, Kasey Kime, Todd Bunch, Gus Taylor, Teddy Navvarro, Jeff Spears. Top: Coach Nelson, Brian Reid, Alberto Cervantes, Kelley McFarland, Javier Arriga, Arturo Vergel, Boe Bowden, Kelly Green, Coach Frost. C3-Q12 1,9J!POJ5EE.'!.ilSfi'3 After six team members graduated during the last two years, the golf team was left somewhat short of manpower. Fortunately, after the year got under way, we found ourselves with a full team. This year's team is made up of underclassmen, which means a strong and experienced group in the years to come. TJ golf is starting anew. By John Seo ,, ,i,,,i ,,,.,.,W ,,l,, RETURNING LETTERMEN - Back Row: Andy Garrett and Vin- cent Friske. Front Row: John Seo and Nelson Seo. Golf V, .,.,,, 5,r, 4 Back Row: Andy Garrett, Kevin Gardiner, Curtis Friske. Front Row: Dan Stephens, John Seo, Nelson Seo, Vincent Friske. X if Q J f ' 'J a Captains John Seo and Friske Nelson Seo displays his winning form. Varsity and JV Volleyball Varsity Volleyball A I... Front Row: Shannon Sampson, Deanna Estes. Back Row: Coach Lockett, Pam Grady, Lisa Ham- mond, Karen Stepherson, Kelley Klotz. Zelda Smith. Susan Schies, Celeste Moore. f . f 1' Row: Lisa Alonzo. Brenda Canntu, Laura Cole, Alexandra Bleys, Claudia Trevino, Garcia. Back Row: Coach Rasmuson, Emily Goodell, Amy Goodell, Tina Parker, Rosa United This year was one of disappointment. We started the year out with extremely high hopes. ln pre-season, the girls played well. There was excitement and a sense of unity. Once district started, we fell short. We end- ed up in third place, one game away from district play-offs. We have two players that received special honor. They are Lisa Ham- mond, who was named to the first team all- district arid also nominated for player of the year in our district, and Zelda Smith, second team all district. Next year should be in- teresting. We will only have two returning players. by Coach Brienda Lockett JV' ILZQQJIPOJVQS Skill At the beginning of the season we had around fourteen girls out for the JV Volleyball team, which is an excellent turn-out. The season started off with some helpful practice games. Before district rolled around, we had a stable twelve-girl team with some outstanding young athletes. The team improved their skill tremendously throughout the season and were able to put forth true team effort. by Coach Julie Rasmuson 209 JV VARSITY VARSITY COACH COACH CAPTAIN S M Julie Rasmuson Briencla Lockett Lisa Hammond Kelley Klotz VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM Deanna Estes Pamela Grady A Celeste Moore Marian Polk ffl.-:,:f-rf Susan Shies Shannon Sampson Zelda Smith Karen Stephers Cross Country . , , , , i WELL The 1983-84 season proved to be a very encouraging one, with the boys a a is Q placing 4th in District in the October 29 meet and the girls taking five minutes 5 off their time at the beginning of the year. Team members participate not only in cross country but also swim team. Coach Cathy Lauschke W And Carrenado's also very compacted. So, Diane and Jennifer, how long have you two been connected at the feet? QEMQZES ,ff Standing: John Wright, Diane Poupart, Charles Harrell, Jennifer Meese, Mary Priest, Kyle Big- John, Carrendo, Kyle, and Charles run for life. gerstaff. Foreground: Dana Wisdom, Carrenado Edwards. 211 Boys Track 2 OJ!! liilgjliui The 1983-1984 track team began training on Jan. 3. They trained for two months in the cold weather. Coach Nelson felt that the outlook forthe team was good and also believed the team would do well in the district meet Xl in April. The returning letterman was Charlie Harrell. Track Coach David Nelson RUNNERS - Back Row: Mike Johnson, John Wright, Eric Davis, Stanley Hughes, Curtis Reed. Fred Stromile. Stevie Burch. Middle Row: Tony Thomas, Vincent Strain. Charles Harrell, Andrew Alvarado, Carrenado Edwards, Keith Brown Bottom Row Doug Carter. John Walker, David Hance, Shawn Underwood, John White, Billy Austin. ag 2 X ' : ,,.f . Yau! ,M xi if l .V V , .W ' '1 1 , " " ' ' vc , fi, '42-W4 , .. W FIELD EVENTS. SHOT PUT AND DISCUS THROWERS - Back Row: Steve Huffman. Chad King, Charlie Dolk. Front Row: Carl Davis. Doug Carter, Michael Teleha ZH avian Charlie Doll-c throws the shot put, ' ,,,,,. ,vp I Zav-www ' ,..,"',?"? ww., 4 f A X, 4 Wt Q """l-raw, ' ,, .9 - fxwngbhf -U'ff.v.l,f W H , ,,panK..,,,M5,w ,M , 'vf22,,,, I '-f . V -V, iw ' ' ' . w, 3- M if 'MW ' M 4," . -.W ",,, ,, gJw f?FW13w,, Mike Teleha heaves the discus, Vincent Strain warms up. 2 - - I - - Girl'sTrack - - Sr - - - 1-ff 'vit 3533555 .'.. Shannon Sampson I l tg , , - . III, .A-, i 'fl?'S1ls?.r.fl T Paula Harris son. Back Row: Zelda Smith, Karen Stepherson, Sharon Busby, Jackie Henderson, Sigrumm Rollerson, Jennifer Greek, Sonia Smith, and Coach Rasmuson. 5 1 3 Girls this-3 ti.. 313113 Trina Thompson The girls track team was coached for the first time this year by Coach Front Row: Felicia Young, Shannon Sampson, Pamela Grady, Paula Harris, Trina Thomp- Pamela Grady Sigrumm Rollerson Zelda Smith .E Julie Rasmuson. The team had several strong runners and progressed rapidly throughout the year. Coach Rasmuson thinks this yearls track team may be the best yet. Felicia Young 4 Carla Thompson Jackie Henderson Sharon Busby, Sonia Smith, Nlgrs. Karen Stepherson 1 rrtt iii' ' Deanna Estes Jennifer Greek Tennis Team - QEEEQJ QGJEQQJIQE. The tennis team had a great year. The anxious members finally got to play tennis after waiting six weeks for the nets to be repaired. This year the team became a credited class, which boosted enrollment. The returning lettermen are Tony Burton, Mike Kelly, Sherry Osier, Liz Perales, Tom Rubio, and Loc Trinh. Coach Jim Davis Back Row: Anthony Reyes, Sun Kang, Daniel Durland, Mike Kelly, Keith Landers, Chuck Butler, Jim lvy, Aaron McEvoy, Jim Davis. 2nd Row: Stephen McNatt, Jeff Pappas, Tony Burton, Eric Sorensen, Dhia Hameed, Brian Fisher, Jung Liang. 3rd Row: Gilbert Jackson imanagerl, Loc Trinh Keith Mackenzie, Jason Kang, Steve Yap, Tommy Butler, Trey Reagan. Front Row: Sherry Osier, Cindy Maples, Elizabeth Perales. , K uv f ,mKm, l an . ann A... .Q sb' ENS: T T Mike Kelly - "Just call me GQ!" Tony Burton practices for the 1984 Olympics. 1 5 Q 5 1 ,,,, 3 i 5 . , Loc Trinh patiently awaits a ball . . . and waits, and waits . . . 2 1 5 T Rf ',.' f Q lf X T 1 A fi, , , M A , W , .M Trey Reagan - "Tennis anyone?" Who wants to go chase that ball? Sun Kang - "Got it!" Jason Kang follows through his stroke. Sherry Osier walks by the nets lor whatever that crumpled mess isl. 35 we x David Landers' latest step! Jung Liang and Trey Reagan continue to play tennis on TJ's fine courts. F as 'N ' or wad-W.. .- . . Q ' --: . .. . . "'Tfifi"1"-"1H:sf1fxx.vMN - ., . ' wa- - 2-.wr .1 ,V A ,.. 32-fs ' Rf V H -llqhi . . H ' 1 ' fiiffffi ' ..., L, , .... - - 5:-, 5 . My Y . , . Elizabeth Perales wins another hard game. Jeff Pappas goes for the ball. S? - K A . 217 ,,wf,1,. gt, Swim Team SJfC3!P0JKi6.SJ EQ V'iC5iEOJl?PY' 1 Li i Coach Cathy Lauschke TJ swimmers upheld their reputation for winning this season, After two months of dryland workouts, the team took the plunge into Loos pool for water tryouts, Many hours and thousands of yards later. the team began what was to be a successful season. The team was led to victory by captains Kyle Biggerstaff and Mary Priest. The team's lone diver, Brian Browning, also had several strong performances throughout the season. A special thanks is also given to manager, Theo Romine. Captains Mary Priest and Kyle Biggerstaff MK Back Row: Manager Theo Romine, Richard Bell, Lonnie Johnson, and Mary Priest. Middle Row: Chad Stewart, Brian Browning, and Edward Oviedo. Front Row: Jennifer Meece and Dana Wisdom, 218 'S w--.N i , UE 'J GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL -I - G-mls SASA SEEQJQJES H0199 CJQXEMELEE SSL F25 Ms. Julie Rasmuson was the new girls basket- ball coach at TJ this year. Coach Rasmuson said although the shooting was weak, they had showed great progress by the end of the season. The leading scorers for the team were Zelda f Smith and Karen Stepherson, Front Row: Tasia Webb, Paula Harris, Constance Wilson, Paula Brown, Pam Grady. 2nd Row Sonia Smith, Zelda Smith, Jackie Henderson, Karen Stepherson, Trina Thompson. 3rd Row Deana Estes, Coach Julie Rasmuson, Sharon Busby, Sonia Smith Trina Thompson Sigrumm Rollerson Paula Brown Zelda Smith Paula Harris Karen Stepherson Pamela Grady 220 as strength inside. The team had a slow start but , ,fr X GIRLS Jv BASKETBALL Front Row: Shannon Sampson, Sigrumm Rollerson, Brenda Cantu. 2nd Row: Laura Cole, Kelly Crawford, Maricela Garcia. 3rd Row: Tina Parker, Shirley Jimmerson, Iris Moore, 4th Row: Lisa Pineda, Lisa Alonza, Carla Thompson, Coach B. D. Lockett. ll L . Girls i - . L . it The word that best describes this year is interesting. We started off high with a full squad, but we ended' up with only six players. JV level is really a learning experience, and each girl did get full playinghtime. ' ' Coach B. D. Lockett Laura Cole Lisa Pineda Brenda Cantu Shannon Sampson Iris Moore VIL! Maricela Garcia Felicia Young Deanna Estes Jennifer Greek Lisa Alonzo 2 222 J Boys Varsity Basketball BQSKJQEDQE1 OJLFE. IPQZDQTAEEQ. The Thomas Jefferson basketball team showed outstanding effort this year. They finished 7-4 in their regular season and placed 3rd in district. This year the team competed in the Duncanville tournament. By utilizing their team strategy, the team placed 4th in both tournaments. Captains for the team are Frank Tousa and John Brazil. Coach Morris Frost Top Row: Daryl Cole, Andrew Colbert, David Larson, Coach Frost. Bottom Row: Frank Tousa, Charles Truitt, Frank Wallace, John Brazil. funpic tured: Albert Jones, Marvin Whittaker, Dennis Jones, Joe Whitej Frank Tousa John Brazil Frank Wallace Albert Jones I5 SX David Larson Daryl Cole Charles Truitt Andrew Colbert Marvin Whittaker Dennis Jones Manager: i D K Ed White l JV Basketball 4 JV HQQQJZ-S This year's team was in the rebuilding stage under supervision of head coach Rickey Parker. The team has practiced and played with pride and Patriot spirit all year. They were made up of sophomores and a few juniors. The team has had a fair season but is looking forward to a better season next year. By Steve Kendall Coach Rickey Parker 10 .EL lv ' , W'm'i'm ' W "kk 'T ,, f We Front Row: Devin Bowden, Cliton Ellis, Jimmy Kazanas. Back Row: Eric Gray, Derek Jones, Derrick Richey, Steve Kendall, Lonnie Culp, Richard Wilprit. Unpictured: Kyle Rogers, Cade Reeves, James Leonard. ' Q! I Y wifi' WW? if' 'K Freshman Basketball aa a s ., 'zzn' , M R Q 'QRIQ 'YRIQ 551 5059 it R t ,Y p U- : 535 QT in ' illi QYUOQ R if' K M216 if fa 2 5 ll 2 0 A fQ':w5n',tl9 i 5 -:ff X :zz Back Row: Keith Stegall, Chude Egbuniwe, Anthony Davis, Stuart Kissner, Henry Vasquez, Stanley Lee. Front Row: Kevin Gray, Ed Tyler, Coach Reggie Robinson GQQ15 345 This year's freshman basketball team was coached by Reggie Robinson. The objective of the basketball team was to improve the players' skills and to prepare the players for future years on the varsity squad. The players have shown much improvement, and the team spirit has been kept alive. The team's high goals for '84 were achieved, and all their hard work paid off. 26 BASEBALL: Rodney Jinks Tim Petty Coby DeHaven FOOTBALL: Rodney Jinks Chad King Larry Chapman Eric Richards Torry Edwards Carl Davis Eric Flom Jerry Coronado SOCCER: Derek Sholeen Suzy Vidal Susan Shies Kelley Klotz Cindy Schlette Helen Levine TENNIS: Mike Kelly Tom Rubio VOLLEYBALL: Zelda Smith Lisa Hammond SWIM TEAM: Kyle Biggerstaff Robert Wilonsky Brian Browning Matt King All-District Players Bring Pride to TJ These are just some of the students who have excelled in such sports as baseball, football, soccer, tennis, volleyball, and swim team The students are chosen at the end of each season by a committee made up ofthe head coaches from Dallas area high schools. Larry Chapman lFoothall, First Teaml. Matt King lSwim Team, Second Teaml Chad King lFootball J T 5 i 5 K I First Teaml, Lisa Hammond Wolleyball. Second Teaml, Carl Davis llsootball Honorable Mentionl V 1 , V D - I 77 px ' T -' ' is NN f 9 ' v X l X t ff Ks- if f l . J. is . EE A Day in the Life of a Cheerleader Sponsor Or How MaryLou Guy Spends a Day 5100: Stumbles out of bed. 6:45: Leaves for school. 8:30: First period is spent with ten rowdy cheerleaders practicing cheers, painting signs, and organizing pep assemblies. 9230: The multi-talented Ms. Guy puts away her pom-pons to teach math. A-lunch: Hides away in the teachers' lounge to eat lunch. 4100: Leaves school to pick up "the kid" downtown. 5130: Stops at Jack-in-the-Box to pick up a nutritious meal. 7200: Prepares herself for ANOTHER exciting game. 10:00: Goes home to a stack of ungraded papers. 11:00: Promises herself she'll finish grading them in the morning. 11:01: She crashes out. ofa cz!! you do, 1464 cieefia few Wm! VARSITY BASEBALL Baseball QEEEOJ EQGJEEQEM With last year's varsity baseball team consisting of only four seniors and going to the playoffs, this year's team will contribute a lot to area baseball. This years team has a tough road to hold to do what the teams in the past did, With a little work and a lot of dedication, they can go farther than ever before. By playing tough preseason teams, the goal to reach Austin may come true. Coach Gerald Turner 1983-84 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM K2 iv ! lst Row. L to R: Tim Petty. Jeff Baum. Danny Fine, Mike Monreal, Wilson Roach, 2nd Row: Coby Delhlaven, Frank Tousa. David Vandecar, Mike Moscrey, Larry Chapman. Paul Hill fird Row: Rodney Jinks, Steve Turner. Morris Moss, Walter Weeks, and Mike Henry. Q19 Walter Weeks 440 Mike Moscrey 07 Coby DeHaven ffl Jeff Baum 4:15 Steve Turner 424 David Vandecar 412 Larry Chapman W3 Wilson Roach X Y 4 f' QF :Q vwi Q, fx X, A 53.1 in ,ieyivrx-via-Q . - M ,im A I Q 3 5 2 Q i 1- x- 9 xi 7- ' Q M11 Mike Monreal i 5 . I I 1 ,:: 1 . . X .' k mi: is 4r2 Tlm Petty 444 Mike Henry S551 5 ...Q W Qlwli We . we umm., 1 Q. 'Ulla-.-.x QQ9 Frank Tousa W3-3 Rodney Jinks n-'L V .Q-,Y x 1 33:34 A wr we ik fi--7-if 1 11 1, , ,- -i f 1 get i A - afar! "k"l'J ff ww ' + QM TWO-YEAR LETTERMEN - Larry Chapman, Rodney Jinks and Tim Petty Steve Turner, '1 fs awfr Nfw --D ena V, T Q in 'N U ' l ONE-YEAR LETTERMEN - Top Row: Mike Moscrey. Walter Weeks Coby Del-laven. Bottom: Frank Tousa and Danny Fine 9 at-at 99" Jeff Baum thinks, UCoach Turner will kill me if l don't hit this ballln avid Vandecar anxiously awaits that 75 mph ball Aa D . . . H rm., . ., ..,.. ,..,..f-.vf-.f.ff+- 'Lak r kt k qs.nai.-4.,.4.,.. w,..,uQ - , M K 7--.. ..... N . - X rl - M., , F A Q a v x ll A Q 'l," A i1-' Q i , i - 2? tx' rif' 'in f wi H ' W: 1 H j I t 1 ff' I l fp K , ig . X Y Q D ,,,. ,A ,gi M A ' K7 k ' 5' 5V f' H ,,.i i , 1 f to or "'a"- W , V me iii M y ,, .ii,, 'l W A 1 U. , I ,y, f "VV f ,,,,,,, i, ,, i ' ' , ' r i Ei fm t , s , I ,H I' 'jKli,fp.,,4X A L ' '-vas l I I s rtll l . f .. s ' t f t s f M m K' 3 sm, FF F i 4 A . an. c R 1 F X hx ix! K- T 5 , s i, s T Q is , J if ii rrprrr i . 1 L if C im as + i 11l1 , Q i 5 'N INFIELDERS - Front Row: Danny Fine, Tim Petty, Jeff Baum. Row 2: Morris Moss, Rodney Jinks, Larry Chapman, Mike Henry, Steve Turner. Suns!! N.. iiiii it T -2g,QW" V' .. CATCHERS 1 David Vandecar, Jeff Baum, Walter Weeks. wa. W - i 'W Coby DeHaven is amazed at Danny's "Fine" pitching skills. xy Y, 232 Morris Moss anxiously awaits the ball with determination. Larry Chapman thinks, "All right, l finally stopped a baseball! Boys Soccer BSQVS GQ? Jill QE SCQJGJQYBQIP The boys soccer team this year was very optimistic at the beginning of the season. Having nine returning let- termen, there was a sense of victory. Several Ull. threats not to play club players were rumored early in the season but did not alter the Patriots' outcome. Next year will be an interesting one for the Pats considering there will be many returning and experienced players. By Jim Ivy Coach Manuel Lopez Captains sims -'sf Q 3 2 vis x .A we Q 419 Derek Sholeen v7 Tony Alford M13 Raymond Morales N6 Dan Hasty All-District Returning Lettermen ""s-'- is aw i.A:.,g.miwQsf!tN' ,,.t,e,,. ' , r 'W++s2GwlFG O T M in Front Row: Mario Sanchez, Dan Hasty, Raymond Morales, Armando Perez. Back Row: Ross Catlin, Tony Alford, Stacy Coleman, Derek Skioleen, Bobby Land. 415 Ross Gatlin 1 c. ' . ....W x A -W,,r.,.r.... if 4359: 'mm 4 " - S V4 f-Q . . , "- . . Q. -Mr: v4 Mario Sanchez Boys Soccer X LL ...W ...vu ........,.. -We as ggi? S' 1 1, .. . ' ' CMM 12 1.5 -P 5 5 .. ... . :,,y ', r: . fig W I 5. ...W - QQ . .N ., N ii' , M ., . . 4 .... , ..... .... . ., it , .f,.-rg p ' o " ' ' s ..,. ' , - I ,. . S xksk . E. KLL "k. 1 K had R ,S b . ., . .Q .QQ M6 Brad Mathis M1 Armando Perez 422 David Brown ,Sit h . . ijt NA, 'X - ,fa QUQC 5--:W -- . W .,. J Q 8 Vg' J 414 Doug Hassell 1110 Eric Sorensen 28 Jim Ivy WMM . "5 Q ' fu' W ,, 'Q ' wr - K . Q -:G I ' ,,, , - X I . mmhA Q' -S5555 ,k:' f 25 ' :f- N ' k':k. . 31 Stacy Coleman xl Matt King :rl Curtis Farris Y sf. i 't .33 I J K , at riffs, S it QU? Q ---. . if A 2 A fr C2930 i' tif' t K r if F' ' .L Ai ' ' 1- JV SOCCER TEAM - Victor Martinez. Hector Aranda. Brian Cox, John Sanchez. Chuck Butler, Unpictured: Robert Cotie, Arthur Ham1lton,Javier Chavira. 412 Trey Reagan R 'I N 1 29 Jeff Pappas Unpictured: Bobby Land Girls Soccer Q-Til'i.l?P1.S SQTJCJQEQIP fflheiin Goals .1 .a.n,J.a.a ,.l'J.,.....J This year the girls soccer team portrayed much talent and skill. The team participated in the North Dallas High School Dr. Pepper State Tournament of Champions and won consolation. In this tournament, Helen Levine was named to the all-tournament team. Even with a young team this year, the players managed to continue their winning tradition. This year's captains were returning four-year lettermen Helen Levine and Cindy Schlette, along with three-year lettermen, Kelley Klotz and Susan Schies. Other returning lettermen were Teresa Foerster and Diane Luna. Coach Manuel Lopez 1983-84 Girls Soccer Team E , .i .... V , , r. fr, Z itiii 1' ...... . T ' .1-:,'-, Front Row: Ronnie Longoria, Helen Levine, Christina Pineda, Sylvia Morales. Row 2: Susan Schies. Diane Luna, Lisa Wright, Cindy Schlette. Row 3: Coach Lopez, Michelle LaRue, Cindy Alcala, Terri Lindgren, Kristy Polen. Carrie Rodriguez, Patty Baker, Shannon Sampson. Row 4: Kelley Klotz. Teresa Foerster, and Sharon Crosley. 235 RETURNING LETTERMEN - Diane Luna, Helen Levine, Cindy Schlette, Teresa Foerster, Susan Schies. GOALIES: Kelley Klotz, Teresa Foerster. FULLBACKS - Michelle LaRue, Sharon Crosley, Lisa Wright, Terri Lindgren, Susan Schies, Kristy Polen. 236 HALFBACKS - Diane Luna, Michelle LaRue, Helen Levine, Christina Pineda, and Cindy Schlette. FORWARDS - Ronnie Longoria, Helen Levine, Kelley Klotz, Cindy Schlette. IZIQIEDQIPEV 353311.65 Q Q Q lMl'.5!PSa From early morning practice To a late night football game The 83-84 Liberty Belles were never put to shame. The rain didn't stop usg it put us to the test. As for every misfortune, we always did our best. SMU camp brought glory and thrills, And the competitions gave us all the chills. The long hours and hard work we never will regret Gave our year fulfillment, we never will forget. We had some rough times when we felt troubled and despaired, But the best times of all were those which we shared. Our year has come and gone so fast - Where did all of it go? But if we could do it over again, ever closer we would grow. We began the year with smiling faces, but now there are those ready to take our places. For those that don't know, we've gained a friend that will be with us to the very end. Her undying loyalty was never endingg All her time with us she was spending. She gained every respect with each endeavor, the spark she gave us will glow on forever. We hope she'll remember in the future and each day That the 83-84 Liberty Belles love her dearly in every wayl We LOVE YOU, Mrs. Davis! 83-84 TJ Liberty Belles l i ' 0 x X, 1 b vzaa QE Ei 5 352 3 52 ii E 1 5 E 2EE3i si! -5 2 . K . . 2 I- a i E'g 5 E 2 5 u 5 ,Q S 9 Z s 5 E E EE S 3 2 X X WRX 1 2 . 2 2 I K E as .E .E isfi E 23 5 Q gi. s i , ......... X 5 K 2 .K - 3 E 3 ' X 225 I X 2 ,gifs -K23- .wigg- N2 E. Q -S 5 .242 ' 'X Sig X35 . K. . W .,.2z-...2,J. K2 2-25 ,N rs 5 . 2 2 2 .2 53 -- --.X 22 i f E X 5 3 .X - f - ? T 2 ES .2 - 2. K . . .5 K .. K 5 is XX 252 .gk 2 2 2? 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Northwest Hwy Dallas, TX 75220 Flowers for All 214x350 8874 Occasions 5938 W Northwest f Hwy 363 5429 TUPINAM BA RESTAURANT Flne Mexican Food Located at ,,"?lN?3w'9'm 3071 W fn' 6 a -a Northwest H wy af' 12 'f1',51nam6a Court Reporting Instituteo Dallas 1 ra- offs' . 1 K ls Nu, 1':"1'c'w 2 f I 'c' o Congratulations, Senior Belles 84 9 saws smww' Trisha Mllam Chrrssy Cortez Cathy Carpenter Brenda Beene Allcla Mllam Jlll Entrlcan Tlffany Engllsh Kelly Eastrn Amy Garver Megan Wlsdom Candy Cates Stacey MoNatt Lorl Shlpp Jennlfer Whlted Samantha Cantu Fraun Delafleld Pres Kelly Easlln BY Vlce Pres Amy Garver Sec Candy Cates BB YG Klnd One to ADOTHSI' Trees MeQHnWISdOrf1 lvl oRE THA N T-SHIRTS Imprinted Sportswear W Lettering Custom Printing Engraving If G ts 3625 negent dr, - dollos, fx 75229 - oc2l11 357-211453 C2147 241-3223 374 Northtown Mall Dallas Texas 75234 mclrlp Q DSOVW Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Sr Class of 84 From elwfe 0 Glmib M St8AM PM s 830 M s gon 1932 H hllvlg rlvlh ky I ' 1 l 2704 Second Ave. 421-9663 or 421-0987 .- . -6 . : -3P . S. ' I d R b tW'I 86 BY KGTA VI Be Ye Kind Une to Another" Senior Women of '84 Af www an K --1 .fx qu . X, 4 1 2- . K if ws. 3 '3 3 Q . fi,hA L , ir . ' 1 'Sr ' 5 4 Wx, Pres Clndy Schlette Dlane Mlramontes Secretary Karen Vleg iwiw fi Treas Krrstr Chaplaln Paige Thompson Kolbensvlk nw www XJ 'M car, Julxe Boothe Kelly Culver Shen Furstenberg Rocky Guerrero 'N .Hire Emrly Kelton Mlndy Lalonde Robyn Musgrave Karmen Rogers Drane Sloane Girls Just Wanna Have Fun or rrl A A X A Q "' sr? . - ' VP. - ' ' - ' R 5 on KN' we-V an X 2 X iier rlr f' Jr' H -rrr K. :-r:' - . ' ""' 1. . , ...... H- ' Q A , A - J X -1-1 ,,,,-- ,,,. Q? " ' fr 11.14 rf- J l f' -2 :::. " 5 Q r V -""' ' -. '. rl N " R f . 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If Y I I V U I 'I ' " c ' y I i , h , I P I I I I TT I, :If ' ' " Il,-W I I 1 b. ,FIU . 'I f d? M , , , ,' ' , I . VUVIIX- 5 I V --wYw-- YV----I .71 o - I LOVE FLO ERS Wm 4347 W THE CUT ABOVE Ngrthwest 360 North Town Mall H W 241 0334 y Surprlselll By Kota VM And Last but Not Least Munchkln Levane' Dallas, Texas 75220 357 9577 DALLAS GYNINASTICS CENTER 2605 Northaven Dallas 75229 ":Dally Classes Monday through Frlday "'CoachfStudent Ratlo 1 8 3"Tumblmg for Cheerleaders 'l'Pre School Program QDevelopmental Through Gymnastlcsj Ages 6 mos to 7 yrs 'l'Dance Program Especially for Gym nasts 'l'Famuly Rates "'17 000 Sq Ft Fully Equipped Gym Office 10 AM to 8 PM Mon Frl 243 8540 262 Mindy, You fill our lives with beauty and our hearts with love. Your life has given us much happiness and pride We are so proud of you and your accomplishments All Our Love Mom and Dad lip MMU' Bw X JMW Kathy The years have passed too quickly We are so proud of Congratulations' Love Mom Dad Jerry Steven and Kristi Kathy Kendall Mindy Lalonde . V 2 L l ' N 'fi7,,,,.. W' . i , Vyff X, H Y A l 1 3 5 i 9 if gf 4 t V, I! .... ii I . Xi :vii ,gf M Eva-wi Kelsle Conaster ff 1' Kelsle we are so proud of you and all your Ron Tester accomplxshments You are so speclal and we know that whatever you dom llfe wlll be done well W1th memorles of all you ve been Wlth prlde for all you are God 51255 You Wlth hope for all you ll be We Love You Love and Congratulahons Dad Mom Kyle Wade Conme and Bob jx ,fan Monlca Alan and Mom Greta Brenna 1 'lCongratulat1ons" Angle Taylor l-etls b00Q19 Happmess IS Love n RISSQS Havlng you as our daughter 'l Mom, Dad, Grant, and Matt Love, Mom and Dad A N ,' , M ",, 2.4. ' , ,,', 1 ,J L M , , H E1 5 V' VV K I I ,. .. IN X 5 3 M ei E . 7, 4,14 Q ff-' f 'L k X- -,, 4. 1 1 1 -4 ' ' lm WW , ,,, . . Z L. - W , f f r ' 'gf A fr 'T ,.,.., l " ' L Q ig g ' . - 3 J , in y A . . 7 , . Y . 1 Y 5 9 Y . , Q Y ,. 4 Congratulations, Kelly! Kelly Culver May your future always be as bright as your smile Love Mom and Dad Keith Richards, Eat Your Heart Our!! fills I .1 1. - ,sig ,. 1, , . y rss 'i Andrea Davis Love Aunt Linda These faces say rt allll We Love Youll Sassy and Packard Holla Harris XMMQ L '- U x L df A . 4' L Mom, Dad, Kem, , X -lr K so y Congrofulorionslf is Greotll MGM 'Whar- Mm.- Who Am I'7'77 Zema Smnh iChuck Coburny We are so proud of you and we love you 1 Year Old MOM DOO' Renlfo Love Bob ond Mom and Reggie Congrafulorlonslf DOFG Gonzalez You've only just begun with your life You'll make Sheri Furstenberg To Our Princess in "Pink" 'ffhfo'-19h We Love You, We Love Youfff Your Family v rr - 0. ----- '. ly . , - L L L L 1 rx K .,.k X v' in ,. " A-Q ' '..-'xxkm Q . Q1 T15 f I f I Just call me Ranger Rick at 350-4902. Did he see We are so proud of iii youu' Pepper and cheese or pumpkinpie?9 paint his trees Ch ristmas grow with Your Family tops??? Debra Billops c you that morning singing in the rain with your thumbs up while playing sorry?l?l? Hey, wheres Alicia? In Chicago or at the Beach? l thought I saw her hanging on half a brain eating peanut butter and jelly burritos. Who was that masked rabbit?l? Was he eating Bell Linda Taylor an Beth Ramsey Still a cutie p e A Lieutenant is born p i m e n to was itjust a Does God blue or do trees really p o i n te d 'Wink' Kristi Kolbensvik Best Wishes for the fun years to Come Paige Thompson Love ya Mom We Love You Mom and Dad Carne Thanks for all tne fun times and memories Love Always DAN Dan Hasty and Carrie Rodriguez 1 111 lr 11 1 1 1,11 11 f Mundy and Kathy Sr 84 Congratulatlons, Helen' Helen Levine 'UQ 'Wim Xwv' Karmen Rogers "The Last of the Levmes" Good luck Sweetheart ln whatever you endeavor We Love You, We Love You Very Much Mom Larry '80 Dad Herb '82 Mom and Dad 7 1 7 5 3 V oo.. 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Or maybe It s another Though Who IS just a guess 'Wm-Q' l aff Oh you wlll tlnd this face someday When hlstory searches through And with Prlde TJ shall surely say W W WHO? Congratulatlons vvhoEVER this IS JOE FOKES Fun lh the Sun VafSlty' " And Partled All Nlzht' Tolar 83 ll Michelle Stoddard if 234 Congratulatlonsl I Q the TJ Band Drum Major Mom, Dad, Tina, and Tommy ' Congratulatlons, M 1 G O .0 2 J A S UT? sX Lx X X 9 9 xv A 4 XX V57 33 Y HJ my FQ H av , L Q .L 'X N Jf 2 'w x , f Q ag fx? a dfff Q 315' KET P' be , J . . , X f 0 S' VX X X C7 nv x K9 F W ' 0 0 'X XJ 'Q T QV V -'fxis if ESQ A Mm YBNNX X ff Q 1-J S5 V QW 'N 0 ' if Q, 5 FRIEN Lemmon Avenue AT mwoon ROAD 526 aan X X U ' ku, N- ' NX X N' ef -1 . ..x , Q ' QLD ,A " V '4 if A Nfsxg 'w Q ' --QQ ff W' Y f N exfeef ' . X . 'N ' .' : I M .- B f 5 gel X Z L 1 . V Nee l ix- .j X4 N: tx -, VJ .J-fl Ll, . X , . B X X .X ' x 4 K fe 2 . n f . X K a ' 'a 5 ' , . 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Q, hui" A I ' ' ' O L , 6 6 9 'A W XF 'ii X Ex X K f ka Qkyf '23 jwff GSLO I5 if .fc E? 5 2 N I Qs J fh 5'f W 1 X 0 0 T YP' ff '15 LM of Xgj: Q b X -ii MIDDLEKAUFF FORD My days are bright with happiness, my skies are always blue. And life is wonderful because I found a friend in you. The kind of friend whose faithfulness is everything it seems. Who shares my fondest hopes with me, and understands my dreams. Who constantly inspires me, to put my fears away. And trust in God to help a so me live a more courageous day. Who seems to read my very thoughts, and . knows just how I feel The world is bright and colorful and life itself is new And I am very grateful for the friend I have in You Kathy Reeves and Jennifer Thompson You are beautiful my friend You know and accept me as I am all of me and I love you for this You have made me happy to be me and I love life more because of you I can be myself with you and am very happy in knowing that we experience much of the same sensltlvity to the world around us You always express how you feel to me and so I m never afraid to do the same The meaning of our friendshlp is found in the Joy of celebrating it You will forever be a part of me for our souls have reached out and gently touched one another I will always love you throughout my life for you are a frlend of mine FRIENDS FOREVERWH' Tracey and Mary Sr 85 , . . i L? . 5 .. . , rg 1 ,. , . . . '. . ,Q ' 5' i sttrt " . , ..... 7 27 3 Who would have ihoughi he would be ihe handsome, debonair Derek Sholeen ihaf he is iodagff? if ' 55. 'A . . , . . 5 K - -.x,-. H if ' . ...V X A .wwf - .. fQ:iQf.1.,f:+ o: L k we K 5 o e po is as . Y :fe A .-me 6 Wa I mam L Ov I Did!!! Tim Gatewood, Last but not least We love you stllll Your Family Tim Gatewood , . Congratulations To Laura, our Superstar XJ.. .Sf ,few ,A-w 'wr ChfIS FUGHYGS Laura Newton J' 774 6915 J W ,P 51 A fm 3 J! ..!Clllyg7g.S,f WM fk, 'lflfly W y fm Kelley Deas 9 EL 25115 f an V91 'wr A Robyn Musgrave G I9 W7 .:2s,1J4.1,mf,1 3,5 .1 777 zvlfyff 27 2 6 -' 6 f 70emeaezqpfwado,4gaa! Llsa Lucldo Vs, Kimberly Clayton From Mom and Dad Love MDM AND DAD and Qaad-4'ac46 Y Cynthia Sells We Zone you' View fem: Don mzdwfdlddam Lisa Hammond 84 Stanley Hammond 77 Delores Hammond 76 Clifton Hammond 74 7444 44 arf om my 744444 'U' .love 7754414 and dd " ..i!00l'dy! Cmdy Schlette lil y yOu Ind 2 lf oue, Wlom and 1 JJ Af 'WJ A1 gongrafufafionaf XM Matt Kang OMF elif LUOII i gl'0ll! Jennifer Vaughn fb Ky 1 Jfifwi' 9 Y wfy JJ, Ill FA 9 I V uf yfwf MJ WAWWJE .J PAPA IF , H AR ,,,, I A 49,117 K . ,J T nn' -. ' C cl 9 IJ . y K 9 l l! .I QZDWJ . x,A Af, mu J A nf h Q , lr? f n I ,V ' , ,, y ,f V, 11,1- K 1 , V. is ,.,, , ji ,. I bw Q rf ,, 1 , qs 7, V if 5 A ,,., f 5 ' x - A V X fm-'M "ln n n W , ,, nn ? VK In ..,kk F L 1 . F 'fy I V,,. f V Q .V - ' ,4 -f K, 4' H ' ' ff g an n as Q ,.:' Eg gr kiyk if V I 5 3 3 f M ,nnn L n n ag ,sz K: N I I I Ihyg, I Z 4 ' Con ru ufaliond lo our JH gran au? er! 0 eh in ,ww-ing your M A ! ,, A K ll J I I . , ' . .4 ' 4 one in Julie, V0if9 Ofl E ONE, RHJ we af? Ja flfflllll D! yOu- M011 Mfiff HIGH, ou, ou our un e 0 ,oy uv? M gn rpaf e Va 'nl e I x VOIP' AL, and WP Ur? NIO!! PFOHJ of yall Hn! y0lll' llff0YYl,1IkJAP1lPfl J. CON' ZnAow.4 wpzflin Zn' you! gralufulionjf one ou I P Jul! Ull . OW! Hn K ll G fl 2 7 iss sssi W ss ssss sssanusvs From bear rugs to bear hugs fi 'Wir' Brad Mathis Jenmfer Thompson To Jennifer Always a Princess' C0"g"3fUlaf'0"3H Love Mom Dad Tlmofhy and Love Mom and Dad Ch,-,sfopher Wafch u World We re GeH1n on MOM AND DAD Kenneth Bywaters To GW I-ill Congratulations, Tom! Liberty Belle ,ff Karen Vleg Tom Rublo Love Mom and Dad Congratulatxons Lmda Joy Rene Monzque Love Mom and Dad and Carol Ann Congratulatlons Julze Kay Kay' WDW 'xl' wvlihq W-J Anna MIFHITIOFITGS You looked forward so much to Semors 84 now June Boothe wlth God as your gulde may you achleve your goals We Love You' We Loue YOU Dad Mom Tma Ter: and Laura Mom Dad 14,50 Mike and Mark J W . , W I 1 L6 A f , Hf.ZT"'liV 1 L 'M ri 'WT ' ' ' xi Vflwf- Y . . , 7 L alard 1 ,aaadd aaaaddo ' - , 3 l K 3, .. X My yr., L HW or Q X. X A an ig L4 - 17 I y ' ' l l I ' 1 v l v ' 1 FIQIENIDS IN JESUS Anna and Daiee Friends are friends fd T ,fps forever if the Lord's the Lord of them And a friend will not say "never" Cause the welcome will not end. Though it's hard to let you go in the Father's hands we know That a lifetime's not too long to live as FRIENDS! SENIORS '84 X .Ji . Mrs. Davis, Thanks for putting up with us this year! We know it wasn't easy. Remember the night that five wild-n-crazy gals invaded your home and the next morning they were still there?'?? Remember all of our diet contests, "caddy" remarks, all the "help" that you asked "Rhonda" to give you, the Michael Jackson kidnapper, all the secrets those four walls in your office heard, the unexpected "NOISE" that sneaked up on you, and most of all - Our Friendship!! We Love You!! Anna, Brenda, Sloanie, Sippy, and Paige To Our Glrl You re Speclall Karen Vleg Allce Thlelen Love W L Y 'C t I t ' e ove ou ongra u a Ions Mother and Dad Love Grammle and Granpa C t l t ' Congratulations Kyle' Cngra ua 'Ons Kyle Biggerstaff D' Sl Mom, Dad, Vic, Lightning, and 'ane Cane Johnson We are proud of you! IVlom and Paul 284 Congrats! John Seo Joe Beland We thought you were gomg to be a farmer Cgngfatulaflong Jghn' a 797 Love You So Much' SO what happened Mom and Dad Love Allcla Congratulatlons, Vmce' Congratulatlonsu' ,Q A' 1 401' j J fcffmx W' he Vince Frlske Bobby Romans We re Proud of You' Mom Dad and Curtls We Love You Mom and Dad ,.,, W5 V ,eh ,,,, ,- Z: ' , J, WW., "" 1' , 2.1322 ,M 7 ' 1 7 7 SKI L7 L UTAH Bm DON'T BQ.vi.f gl yy - X j -x SNQWBWQD XV 5 5 if , .V ui 1 L, tg' 1.4: A "1-'f.v 'tif . M. 'sf 91 Q , 'af lg, tif 1 le nfrlldlfl 'Mad Klfi ' -E' 'lfvjli 'Damn KS for bezvtq Cl qfidi Vrrwcl zomg W d f , To the greatest frlends I could ever have Thanks I Love You, Allce e re prou o you Love Mom Dad and Mlke Kathy Reeves Kathy You re not only my SISIQY but also my frlend and l ll always treasure that Congrats Sr 84 Love Kam 8 3 - - r , Y 1 1 1 1 .. f . 1 . . v 1 . ' ' 2 Congratulatlons Baby' ROSGITIHFIG S8I"ld0Val You ve come a long way and we re all so proud of you' We love you' Mom and Dad Robert Paulle L1z and Jose Congratulations Baby' Marlo Murphy Thank you for belng the Joy of my hfe Love, Mom Congrats to my baby glrl"' Kathy Reeves I love you Mom Robyn Thanks for always being there for me For carmg and sharmg For just saylng hl ll'l the hall For belng so sweet and thoughtful For bemg my frlend But most of all for bemg you, And thank the good Lord for allowlng us to become such close frlends Love, Klm Congratulatlons Sr 84 Go For ltlll Jose, To the most wonderful guy l know at TJ. l hope your Senior year was the best because you sure deserve it. Thanks for all your help and advice. Hope to see you over the summer. l Love You Always!!! Guess 79? Margie Staton Vickey Mitchell By the help of God, we finally made it, babe!! Love Forever Mom Jfffwff ' Qlemdwfmzdym myouvowluuwlamake Jolnfozzfhawwfjy f9om9'm1wQj Y' ' . 4 ' , Call fifteen of us? 287 g .am ' ewwg Rocky Guerrero Congratulations, my darling girl! lVlay God bless you. Your proud parents Alberto and Gloria Guerrero and Tito BCDCDSTERS Ann Ahrns Harnet McGee Glnny Ballard Gwen McMillan Edwlna Brown Mlcky Poteet OE Stanton Nadlne Carter Sara Coleman Mary Duffy Belrnda Lowe Blok Hlldago Glenda Stevens AI Stlles Joella Stokes Bettye Wllllams PA TRONS Loule Bledsoe Kay Eby B D MoAda Olene Lindner Ed Sweetman ,....mw-amnvww-wx unl0""""'Q We for Being You. and . . . Muffin, Too! Qi 5 IN MEMEIRIHM C157 JCHN ROGEIRS 9 l r f 1969 - 1984 A We Shall Never Forgel Ma rcus Coleman TJ '82 . . . and over fwo hundred Marines who were killed when a ferrorisf 's bomb exploded fheir barracks in Beirul, Lebanon, Ocfober 29, 1983. 105 166 105, 178, 179 Sara 105 Cox, Lucius 105, 160 Crist, Mildred 102 Davis, Edward 105 Davis, James 105, 111 Davis, Terry 105, 195 Delatour, Grace 105, 162 Duffy, Mary 106, 179 Dunn, Ruby 102 Eby, Kay 106, 184 Floyd, Larry 106, 110 Flores, Graciella 102 108, 168 6 08, 164 6 Stevens Stiles, Al Stokes Joella 230 Stumbo, Allen Turner, Gerald 110 228 231 Sweetman, Edward 110 Vermillion, Gary 103, 110 Volk, L1z110, 127,140,143 Wallace, Mike 110, 111, 202, Webb, Dorthea 110 Webb, Marlene 111, 150, 176 wr.. - .azz-s S r ' "law:-JAN! :fs- Frost, Morris 106, 207 Gerson, Charlene 106, 161 Gordon, Unidell 106 Green, Charles 106, 163 Guy, Mary Lou 103, 106, 192, Metoyef sew . ... News Q-K H 1- . - s. is-,sg qxglrrwv sz: , :f. ,,g:f Siffx-:sf-is ,gf fs.: .. .sr .sf , 1 , . . 1- 52223: 'eff ,N H., 55727 .1 51: .. .., .1 . Wertz, Charles 111, 135 78 West, Narvella 92, 111 Williams, Bettye 107 108, 112 Woodkins, Vashti 111 1d11',,. , A I ABSHIRE, TRACY L 81, 146 ADAMS, BRIAN W 67 ADEY, SARAH L 81 AGUILERA AGUILERA AGUILERA AGUILERA , DIANE F 89 ,MERCEDES M 81 . MERI C 33 , MONSERRAT 73, 173 ALBRIGHT, ESTHER K 33 ALCALA, CONNIE M 235 ALEXANDER, MICHAEL D 81 ' ALFORD, LIONELIA 83, 1231, 233' ALLEN, ALICIAIIA 81, 131, 152, 153, 154, 166 ALLING, BLAKE E 81, 201 ALONZO, LISA M 81, 209. 221 ALONZO, TINA 73 ALVARADO, ANDREW S 33, 171, 205, 206, 212 ALVARADO, BETTY 33, 165 ALVAREZ, ARMANDO 81 ALVAREZ, LUPITA 73, 175, 168 I ALVERSON, DINDY L 171 AMAYA, ANNETTE M 81, 138,173 I , AMLONG, JENNIFER D 81, 168 , ANDERSON, JAMES D 67,162 , ARANDA, HECTOR C 81,234 I ARAUCO, DELEINA J 162 I ARAUCO, JESUSS 67, 73. 162, 173 ARRIAGA, JAVIER 207 I AUSTIN, BILLY C 205, 206, 212 AVILA, BLANCA E 81 I I I BI ,, BACKER, CHRIS A 67, 160 BADII, SEPEHR 73 I II I ' I BAILEY. REGINAAL 73, 168 I I ' BAKER, PATRICIA D 73,II77, 1904 192, 235 I BARAJAS. MARIA A81 II I II I BARAJAS JR, JESSE 33, 173 II I I I BARIDON, JAMES P534 II II I I II I BARKEILROBERTW67 I , I I BARKER, SCOTTR 34162, 147, 186, 201, 204 BARKER,8TACYI.89I I j , , , , BAUM, JEFFREY M 73,,228, 229,231,232 BAWDON,'DEVIN 1111 3 I I , BAYLESSQMARIEASQL j I I BECERRA,I'ANGELAIM' I BEENE, BRENDA K 73,"126, 196, 197, 209, 254 I I BELAND, J0SEPHI'W 152g 154, 167, 284' BELL, RICHARD T 89, 218 ' BELTRAN, CLAUDIA D189 " ' ' BENAMI, DIAMONT A 34 BENAVIDEZ, ANDREWI34 I BENAVIDEZ. YOLANDA 89 II II BENNETT, MATT 175 I I I BERKLEY,JOANNI164 I BEVIER, ,IASoNI,164 II,I ,III I I I I II BEVII-ACQU5, USA 173, 162 I II II I BICOERSTAFE, KYLE I2 34, 43, 116,I1l8,I119. '173,,211,218,',276,I263 , BIGGS, MARCIA' L 89, 138 , BILES, MICHAEL 28, '29, 34 , BILILGPS, DEBRA R 35, 138, 165, 171, 266 BILLOPS1 LARRY D 167, 203' I BIMMERMAN, WILLIAM PI73, 162 BINDLER, WILLIAM D 73, 144 I I I , B1RMlNGHAM,DEIDRIE C 351177 I I I II BLACK, LADONNA 1.35, 147, 148, 1831, 196, 263 I I ,,I, II I I II BLACKWELL RZCHAIRDWI71 I ' I I,BLADES.JESsICAM 145 I I BLEY5, ALExANDRAI,DI209 I I BOBO,,CHRIsTIANIIW81 I I I I BOLT,LAuRELL81,16s.I173 IIIII I I BOLT,RoBERT67 I I ,,., , I , I I BOOTI-IE, JULIE K 24,,27, 35, 95, 143, 173, 180,257,281 ,,,, ,I,, , , I , I I BOOTHE,MICHAELT81,140 I I , BORcEs,'rAMMIEL73 I I , BORNEMAN, CANDACEID 173 , BOWDEN, WILLIAM D 207, 228 Student Index BOYES, SARA A 89, 175 BRACKEN, SAMUEL A 94, 135 BRADLEY, ERIC D 67 , BRADLEY, MICHAEL K 81 BRADSHAW, LORA A 171 BRADY, MELISSA J 89 I BRANDT, LEIOH D 89 BRANTLEY, RONALD K 35 BRAUCHT, DINA M 89 BRAY, TRACY D 35 BRAZIL, JOHN L 67, 171, 222, 223 BBENNAIGRETA C 36, 130, 135, 145, 154. 165,179,263 I I BROCK, KERYNN H 81 BROWN, DAVID L 77,147,187,234 BROWN, KEITH D 207, 212 BROWN, PAULA D 36,171,220 BROWNINO, BRIAN M 73,218,276 BUNCH, RICHARD T 89, 207 BURCH, STEVIE D 36, 171,201, 202,212 BURCESS, ANDREA 81 BURKLEY, JOANNE 67 , , BURTON, TONY A 36, 124, 147, 155,168, 173, 179, 185, 215, 216 I BUSBY, SHARON A 37, 145, 165, 171, 214, 220 BUTLER, CHARLES L 73, 215, 234' I I BUTLER, THOMAS B 89, 93, 144, 2I15I I BUTLER, TINA L 171 I I I I BYRON, BERKELEY H 81 BYWATERS, KENNETH W 24, 25, 26, 29, 32, 36, 37, 94, 95, 148, 151, 178, 180, 280 CABALLERO, BEATRIZ 162 CADE, COOL 228 CADENA, KARLA L 24, 26, 28, 29, 37, 82, 94, 95,116,118,121,128,131,14O,143, 153, 154, 179 CAMPBELL, DONNA L B9 CAMPBELL, WILLIAM G 73 CANTRELL, WILEY 204, 267 CANTU, BRENDA L 81 209, 221 CANTU, JOHN 81 CANTU, LEONEL 67 , CANTU, SAMANTHAQI 73, 156, 165, 168, 173, 254 I CARPENTER, CATHERINE M 73, 196, 208, 254 CARTER, ASHLEY S 89 I I I CARTER, DOUGLASC 89,W207,"21I2, 213 I I CARTERI MONICA Y 73, 166- IIIII IILI I I CASAS, LINO C 67. II I II I A I CASAS, LOUIS M 121, 1621 167 I II I CAST1LLO,,BUNNY R183 I I I I I I II CASTRO. TERESA D 73,,124,.147,II152,II153,- I 1517,H166, 185 I , , I I I I . I CANDACE J 56, I73, 94, 95, 184, 190, II. 191,192,254 I , I I I I I I CAVEKDIONALDDSQ, I I I I CAZARES,ANTI-IONY116, I f ' CEDILLO,'JOEA67' I ' CERVANTES,ALBERTOI'2071 'I , CI-IAIIKWANOM173 I I CHADIE, STEPHEN M811 139, 138I CHAMBERS, DAVID C67, 164 'li II " I CHAPMAN, LAWRENCE'7DI'382 452011, 228, ' " 229,231,232,276 A I CHAROONBARA, PETER AI81, 135 I 1 CHAVIRA,JAV1ERI-1284 I I I CHONELINS89 I I I I I CHOW,,,LANY1NGS.73., 162, 157441ITI5g 177 I CHRISS,ANGELAL,196,I155,II167,I209 I II C1-IRISTIANIDANA175 ,I III I I I CLARKIIIANTHONYIIH 124. 141.143 I I CI-ARKISEDBICKI73 II CI-ARKEIVICTQRIAIAIIS9,L39 IIII III I I II CLAYTON, KIMBERLYL 38, 155, 171, 278, CLENDENEN,TERR1J'73, 138 I I I CLEPPER,'PHIL1PLB73:134,18717 I COBURN, CHARLESIW 38, 162, 265 , , GOCKRELLCHRISTAL' 3 , I I coLAO1I.IEEEREYfP38,51,156 I I , COLBERT,IIANDREW R200, 204,222,223 ' COLDWELL.'MELISSAD81I 155 ' " ' ' COLE, DARRYL D 38, 222, 223 COLE, LAURA Y 81, 209, 221 COLEMAN, LAWANNA D171 COLEMAN, STACY C 233, 234 COLLINS, GLENDALE 207 CONATSER, KELSIE L,38, 140, 179,196 197, 209, 263 If COOK, MICHAEL B 205, 206 COONS, DAVID A189 CORONADO, GERLARDO 28, 31. 38, 119, 200, 202, 276 1 I CORONADO, HORTENSIA E 89 " I CORTES, PATRICIAU 138 CORTEZ, ELIZABETH C 76, 94, 140, 143, 173, 186, 254 CORTINAS, GINA M 73 COSME, MARIE 39, 146, 162, 171 COTIE, ROBERT A 81,861,234 ' COX, BRIAN M 177, 234 II COX, RAMONA S 39156, 161, 171 CRANFORD, JAMESIE 67,4164 I CRAWFORD, KELLYIA221 I CRAWFORD, STEVEN R 67, 162 CROSLEY, JENNIFER J 81, 131, 152, 153, 154, 166,177 , , , ,I CROSLEY, SI-XARQNL 89,,145, 166, 235, 236 CROW, IVONELQ81, Q , I , CRUMLISH,DUNOXlAN81,91 , CRUMP,MARGARET7L73 I I I , CRUz,ANTONIOM81 I A CULP,'LONN1EC228III I I CULVER, III KELLY L 39, 95, 140, 179, 185, 257, 264 , CUNNINGHAM, KENNETH W 81, 177,200 9 CURRY, MARK C 81, 147 I CIJTLER,I1MYA W 88, 89, 94, 95, 138 DARBY, PEATRICE M 39, 163 DAVES, MICHELLE 39 DAVILA, JOE E 39, 186, 163 DAVISABIDBEA 39,264 I DAv15.IAh1THONY R 225 I DAVIS, ,CARL E 73, 201, 203, 213, 276 DAVIS, ERIC 40, 200, 202, 212 DAVIS,IVORY,J40,I,I I , II I DAvIs,MARTA 40 , ,I DAVISMITCHELLW40 , I I I , I DAVIS, REGINALD 73205, 206 , ,I I I DAiV1S,RCiBER'1'B4O, 119, 130, 168, 179 , DAWSON ,IIf R E8ECCAA89,146 I I , DEi.AGARZA,1ANN7k41,'162 119 1 A DEIP5z4,CAREA89I I I f 9 I DEA8,KEEL2YIA67gI1I20g227II I DEBOS1ER,IM1CHELZ.EzAI45g 8I1,"94Q 95, 194 f DEHAVEN,1GOBYIif73g 1582, 228g 231, 2321 2761 DEITZ. MARCUsWI8f9,I17I7 v +1 I DEL ROSARIQ, PETER I1-I 41,II12o,I148,1160, ,168,180I , II DELAEIELD, ERAIANIC 73,4 94, 95, 185, 190, I 191,192,,254, ,III I I DELEONIABQQNNBIII +I Ia I DEI-ECN, DEULL, IIIII UTP-Z1 f-U435 3451 12?-IIZSI 349- 1411, II "143ff151QTT79II' II' I I III 7 I If DISMKNJTRWHHRQC67 7 III II DOILKJICHKRILES 5145312051 203, 213 If ,Ii Dos3,IaKRIs6rH,I81Ig5I177,Ii14oI1II III I III 5 DUDEILROBBBTBIBII II IIII IIII I I' DUENROELTERQNIBOBASTIB1 ILII IDUEN2L,IIcHR1se89g 94,I96I IIII 115 II I -IDUIQES, EBRA41IZ162gII171II 'I IIIDUNCAN1 HNDREA773. 173 ' I IIIDUNICAN1REBEE2GAI89'I' IDIJNCAN, L35 --aa I I ,DIzJRLAND,I1DA,NZEL M 89,215 I WIIBLIAMS9 I IDYERIBANTQNC67 III I'II I, DYLAY'fT.Ij1A8l11SII73I 293 I II -II. IIJII ,y II, -II, 1 MII JIIIIII821. 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