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ueen, Miss Flame, And Hall C0mP9li
Homecoming was a real success this
year. The bad weather didn't put a
damper on the spirits ofTu1ia High
School students. This year, there was a
parade downtown, and many clubs
entered floats and cars. The OEA entry
Right-Jerry Dickens crowns Queen Deltah
Roberts during half-time ceremony against
Perryton. Lower right-Car Decoration was
a common sight on the day of Homecoming.
tion Add Up To Make A Wonderful Homecoming
Upper left-"Come on, buy a mum for your
date." LeftfFootball guys walk in the Pep
Rally to the tune of "Dixie" Lower left-
Hall Competition was a prominent sight dur-
ing Homecoming Week. Lower right-The
lip Junior Class won the hall competition.
Vivacious, Spirited, hese Can nly Describe
There are six girls in THS who are
responsible for leading the student
body in yells for our teams. These
are the Cheerleaders. They work hard
and long for all ofthe teams that
represent Tulia High School.
Lower left- 1969-70 Cheerleaders, Hornet
and Mascot arc: Top row: Sharon Moffett,
Hornet-Rita Dallas, Jaimye Crawford.
Bottom row: Donna Bookout, Deltah Rob-
erts, Mascot-Shanna Souter, Head Cheer-
leader, Debi Love, and Tanya Toles.
The Cheerleaders n The Move In THS
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As A Diamond Sparkles, So Does Life In And
round THS For The Delight Of Its Members
Assemblies Prove Exciting For THS Students
Upper right-Donna Bookout, and Bryan Finck leave audi- L
torium after Football Queen nominees were presented. Right- ,Q
Two members from the LCC Band assembly present a soap L it
opera. Lower right-These LCC members seem relaxed about li
the whole situation.
NASA And Senior Gi t Assemblies Are Given
Top left-Several Freshmen are interested in the space uniform.
Bottom left-Max Barham looks victorious as he tries on the suit.
Bottom right-Larry Wells presents the Senior Class Gift ot' 1970.
Several assemblies were held this year. A representative
from NASA gave several demonstrations and a very in-
formative report of what NASA is doing. In another
assembly, Larry Wells, Senior Class President, presented
the Senior Class Gift which was the painting ofthe big
Water tower in Tulia.
Everyone Was In The Act Durmg Pep Rallzes
Pep Rallies were given by the
Cheerleaders. Everyone participated
in some way, to help give the school
and teams spirit to fight for a victory
These Pep Rallies were most enjoy-
able and helped boost the pride and
spirit in our school.
Right-Cheerleaders presented Gerald Mc-
Clanahan with flowers after his football
injury. Right-Cool Cat, Vicki Vaughn,
does a skit for the Pep Rally. Lower right-
Wonder what Linus sees in the sky? Maybe
it's the Red Baron. Bottom left-Cheer
leaders jump for a victory.
Fi teen Jackets Are Awarded To THS Scholars
Fifteen members of the Sophomore, Junior and
Senior classes received Scholarship Jackets for their
achievements of the past year. These were awarded
J J in an assembly program. Jimmy Kiker was awarded
a patch since he has received an athletic jacket.
Only Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors could receive
Middle leftAThe four Seniors who were awarded jackets or
patches were: Jo Hickman, Tommy Hickman, Vicki Jen-
nings, and Jimmy Kiker, Bottom left-This is the line-up of
those students who received jackets during the assembly,
Thespian Troupe 770 Presents 660nions In The
This year, the Thespian play was g'Onions
In The Steww. The leading roles were played
by Joe Raymond, Melanie Butler, Jan Min-
chew, and Shelley Harris. The Student Director
was Miss Cindy West. This year's sponsor for
the Thespianis is Mrs. Sara Morrison. She is
new in THS this year.
Right-This family of Jan Minchew, Melanie Butler,
Joe Raymond and Shelley Harris don't seem to
agree on some subject.
TULIA HIGH SCHOOL
JAMES N. PERKINS, Principal
501 N.E. am
TULIA, TEXAS 79088
To The Student Body Of Tulia High School:
May I take this opportunity to thank
each and every Tulia High School Hornet for
making this one of the best years ever for
Tulia High School.
The world is always in need of young
people who are well trained, diligent,
willing to work and dedicated. All of
these attributes are prevalent at THS.
Best wishes to all of you in what-
ever future endeavors you may attempt.
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The Student Council members discussed,
advised, and consented as representatives of
the student body.
The purpose ofthe council was to plan
and execute school activities that concerned
the school as a Whole. They assist the
student body and administration in
promoting the high ideals of Tulia High
Activities during the year included Bon-
fire, Miss Flame, Twirp Week, Flag Detail,
Intramural Track Meet, All-School
Elections, Assemblies, and Leadership Work-
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presidentg Jerry Dickens, president Larry
Wells, parliamentariang Sitting Cheryl
Kleman, reporter: Maureen Pohlmeier
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Upper left: Danny Potter decorates for Mr. and Miss THS assem-
bly. Upper right: Carla Schuster and Carla Carlton decorate for
Christmas. Lower left: Campaigning is done for Jaimye Craw-
Upper right: Tim Henthorn presents a kiss and
a dozen red roses to Miss THS Jo Carter. Middle
left: Patty Powell decorates for Mr. and Miss
THS assembly. Middle right: Cheryl Kleman
gives speech for Mr. THS nominee.
Assistants Face Di erent Responsibilities
Office and Library Assistants aid the facul
ty and students in various ways.
Office assistants pick up absentee slips,
answer the phone, take messages, and run
Library assistants aid students in the Li-
brary by locating books, collecting fines,
checking out books, and checking in books.
Sponsors of the Office and Library Assis-
tants are Mrs. Judin Montanton and Mrs.
Office Girls: Deanne Evans, Maureen Pohlmeier, Rhonda Sharp, Kathie Chandler, Deltah Roberts, Debbie Cox, Dallana
Carlile, Tanya Toles, Jan Parks, Carla Schuster, Kathy Breitling, Sheila Fox, Beverly Clark, Cindi Ward, Brenda Law-
Library Assistants-Top: Doug Travis, Debra Berry, Mark Miller, Ralph Ellerd, Lloyd Singer, Ricky Foutch, Doug Flowers. Middle: Carla Carl-
ton, Vickie Gore, Carolyn Smith, Melanie Butler, Rita Dallas, Joe Lewis, Suzette Krieg, Marsha Sharp, Debby Hill, Kathy Whitehead, Vickie
Jennings, Beverly DuBois. Sitting: Debbie Powell, K Lynn Borchart, Laquita Bivins, Betty Lee, Cathy Box, Beatrice Luera.
Future Nurses Anticipate Career Nursing
The Future Nurses of America Club is an organization formed in
1964 to provide experience for girls who are interested in nursing
as a career.
The purpose ofthe club is to bring together in high school
young people interested in careers in nursing and health.
Officers for the year were: Joan Nobil, president, Janis Vaughn,
vice president, Shelley Harris, secretary, Diane Long, treasure rg and
Kathy Lee, historian and reporter. Lily Tucker was sponsor.
Middle right-top, Dixie Barrett, Shelley
Harris, Jo Beth McCracken, Janis Vaughn,
Kathy Lee, Diane Long, Mary McPhear-
son, Bunny Irlbeck, Middle-Sue Boston,
Brenda Galloway, Coleen Moore, Joan
Nobile, Patty Rousseau, Debbie Davis,
Debra Flemings, Tamara Foster, Front-
Ramona Hernandez, Elodia Cerde, Kay
Thomas, Idalia Torres, Cathy Kirkland,
Lower left-Officers for 1969-70 are Diane Long, Janis Vaughn,
Kathy Lee, Joan Nobile, Shelley Harris.
Interact Club Guides The Energy f Students
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The purpose of the Interact Club is to
guide the energy of the students with exper-
ienced and mature adults of the business com-
munity as backers.
Officers are: PresidenteScott Blissg Vice
Presidente Randy Jordang SecretaryeJimmy
Watsong TreasurereJohnny Emmittg
DirectorsfGary Don Carlisle, Jimmy Tyler,
and Johnny Young.
Mr. Bob Phillips served as the Interact Club
sponsor for the 1969-70 year.
Mr. Bob Phillips
Gary Don Carlisle
J aimye Crawford
Future Teachers Of America Promote Abilit
The Tulia Future Teachers of America Chap-
ters' purpose is to offer high school students an
opportunity to explore the field of education and
This years activities included area, district and
Officers this year were: president, Danny
Glasscock, vice-president, Jo Carter, secretary,
Kathie Chandler, treasurer, Bryan Finck, reporter,
Kathy Breitling, and historian, Marsha Sharp.
Upper Right-Danny Glasscock, Kathy Breitling, Jo Carter, Marsha Sharp, Bryan Finck, Kathie Chandler. Middle-Top row: Bryan Finck, Doug
Flowers, Cheryl Kleman, Debra Berry, Dallana Carlile, Sandra Wigham, Jo Carter, Deanne Evans, Annette Simon, Jo Hickman, Lonnie Tread-
way, Steve Raymond, Danny Glasscock, Ricky Fouteh. Third row: Tommy Golden, Tanya Toles, Donna Bookout, Marsha Sharp, Judy King,
Sandi Wells, Carolyn Smith, Virginia Watson, Carla Schuster, Maureen Pholmeicr, Sheila Satterfield, Kathy Whitehead, Sheila lfox, Shelly Harris
Beatrice Luera, Connie Lee. Second row: Patty Stevens, Mary McPhearson, Sharon Miller, Diane Long, Kathie Chandler, Sharon Moffett Rober-
ta Burrow, Karen Oler, Debbie Cox, Mary Lou Delgado, Kay liry, Kathy Breitling, Klinn Borchardt. Bottom row: Miss Ayers sponsor, Rita
Dallas, Sandra McCune, Rita Stark, Brenda Lawson, Simona Alsup, Becky Elliff, Diana Godwin, Vicki Jones, Janet Jackson, Sharon Hawkins,
and Billy Holland.
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,A report in meeting. Lower left: Miss Billie
Jo Ayers, sponsors the club this year.
Middle topYBryan Finck, Randy Jordon, Clark Ross, Ronald Chandler, Charles Sherrod, Doug Gowlers, Dallana Carlisle, Cornelia Roberts,
Debra Berry, Kathy Breitling, Vicki Jennings, Shelly Wilterding, Shelly Harris, Suzette Boyd, Susie Blount, Gary Schwede, Ricky Foutch. Fifth
row-Jo Carter, Sandi Wells, Kathie Chandler, Maureen Pohlmeier, Kathy Whitehead, Brenda Lawson, Beatrice Luera, Beverly DuBois, Patti
Stephens, Diana Long, Sharon Bookout, Sharon Moffett, Carrolyn Smith, Bunny Irlbeck, Janis Vaughn. Fourth row: Mrs. Scott sponsor, Charla
Kiker, Debra Cox, Melanie Butler, Diana Godwin, Becky Elliff, Debby Hill, Laquita Bevins, Betty Lee, Cathy Box, Sue Nobile, Zane Finck,
Cynthia Murrell, KLynn Borchardt. Third row-Nancy Metcalf, Rita Dallas, Judy King, Marsha Sharp, Tanya Toles, Deltah Roberts, Pam Sharp,
Sheree Watson, Gay Galyen. Second row-Tommy Golden, Billy Holland, Harold Keeter, Tim Thornton, Lloyd Singer, Mark Miller, Doug
Travis, JK Milam, Joe Ramirez, Rene Garza, Keith Meador, Jimmy Fox, First row-Charlotte Phillips, Vicki Gore, Debbie Martin, Marilyn
Heard, Jaimye Crawford, Deanne Evans, Charlotte Doan, Sharla Cosby, Ralph Ellard, Carla Carlton, Kandy Reiss, Janet Sanderson, Mary Jane
Librarians Club ers Boundless Knowledge
Librarians Club was formed to promote interest in
literature and its knowledge.
Officers for this year were: Doug Flowers, presidentg
Marsha Sharp, vice presidentg Beverly DuBois, secretary,
Jo Beth McCracken, treasurer, Clark Ross, parliamentar-
iang Sharon Moffett, historian, Doug Travis, reportergand
Deanne Evans, Becky Elliff, and Pam Sharp, social.
Middle: officers this year are: Jo
Beth McCracken, Carla Carlton,
Deanne Evans, Sharon Moffett,
Marsha Sharp, Doug Travis, Becky
Elliff, Clark Ross, Beverly DuBois
and Doug lflowersg bottom right:
Mrs. Grace Scott, sponsor and Di'
ana Godwin, secretary of this dis-
trict, study a book together.
Key Club is an honorary club of Sophomore, Ju-
nior and Senior boys who strive to serve God, country
Officers for this year Were: president, Jerry Dic-
kensg vice president, J. K. Milamg secretary, Tim
Thorntong and treasurer, Bryan Finck. The sweet-
heart this year Was Rita Stark.
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Dickens, J K Milam, Tim Thorton, Bryan
Finck, Larry Wells, sweetheart Rita Stark.
Lower left: Sweetheart Rita Stark, she was
chosen by club.
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ational Honor Society Selects New Members
Top left: new members includeg top row,
Tommy Hickman, Danny Glasscock, Alan
Dutton, Martin Atwood, Ronald Chandler,
Lee Moore, Steve Jennings, Randy Jordan,
Tim Thortong sitting, Brenda Lawson, Vicki
Jennings, Becky Elliff, Kay Fry, Diane God-
win, Sharon Hawkins, Patty Powell, and
Bottom left: officers for 1969470 are
Jo Hickman, J.K. Milam, Jo Carter,
and Marsha Sharp. Mrs. Kathleen
Smith served as sponsor.
Thespian Society Experiences Exciting Year
Middle rightfDonna Robinson, Odell
Moffett, Melanie Butler, Joe Raymond,
Paul Williams, Lower right: Officers
are Joe Raymond, Melanie Butler, Paul
Williams, Cynthia Mickey.
The aim of the International Thespian
Society is the advancement of the dramat-
ic arts in high school. In keeping with this
aim, the Thespians work hard to help pro-
duce the Thespian Play.
Officers for the year were: Paul Will-
iams, president, Melanie Butler, secretary,
and Cynthia Mickey, scribe.
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Six new members are Randy Jordon, Shelly
Harris, Jan Minchew, Brlly Holland Cindy
West, Cathy Orr.
uill And Scroll Gives Honor To Journalists
Quill and Scroll is an International Honor-
ary Society for High School Journalists.
The club encourages achievements in
journalism. Members are taken from the top
third of Juniors and Seniors who have done
work in the field ofjournalism.
Officers Were: Susan Blount, president,
Kathy Breitling, vice-president, Kay Lee, secre-
tary, Debby Hill, treasurer, Sandy DuBois,
historianeparliamentariang Mike Wesley, re-
porter, and Mrs. Janette Perry, sponsor.
Above right: Officers for 1969-70 areg Mike
Wesley, Debby Hill, Kay Lee, Kathy Breit-
ling. Seated: Sandy DuBois and Susie
Mrs. Janette Perry
T-Club F ormet! To Honor Lettering Athletes
T-Club is an organization of Tulia High School boys
'vho have lettered in a varsity sport.
The club promotes good will and sportsmanship among
athletes. The club hopes to further the understanding be-
tween young people and to promote interest and healthful
ideas in athletics.
Heading the club this year was Daryl Tucker, presi-
dentg Randy Pope, vice presidentg and Larry Wells, secre-
tary. Coach Richard Souter was the sponsor ofthe T-Club
for the 1969-70 year.
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Vespa, an organization formed in 1946 is
for girls who have lettered on the varsity
basketball team. Girls must first letter on the
varsity basketball team before they are
eligible for Vespa.
Officers for H69-70,' were Shirley Lee, Jo
Carter, Judy King, Tanya Toles, Marsha
Sharp, Debbie McCoy, Judy Carlisle.
The purpose of the club is to promote
fellowship and interest among the girl
athletes of Tulia High School.
Vespa I nspires Ideals
Upper right: Officers this year are Shirley Lee, i
Marsha Sharp, Jo Carter, Judy King, Judy Carlile,
Tanya Toles, and Debbie McCoy. Bottom right:
Members present Coach Payne with newjacket.
And Leadership ualit
Lower left: Members at meeting are Debbie Mc-
Coy, Tanya Toles, Marsha Sharp, Judy Carlisle,
Judy King. Middle: lnitiates are Rita Clark,
Patty Powell, Rita Dallas, Cornelia Roberts not
Distributifve Education Students Learn Trade
The Distributive Education Club encourages
free enterprise and economic awareness through
individual instruction, and business practice.
DECA officers were: Vicky Powell, presi-
dent, Rosemarie Elkins, vice presidentg Freda
Clark, secretary, and Dick Starnes, treasurer.
Bottom righteOfficers are: Dick
Starnes, Mike Wesley, Randy
Stephens, Danny Love, Freda
Clark, Rosemarie Elkins, and Vic-
Science Club Prepares For Tomorrows' World
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The Science Club was founded in Tulia
High School in 1959. lt is a discussion
group for students with at least two years
of science credit.
During this year the clubis programs
varied from a discussion by the members
to a formal talk given by some members
of the scientific working world. Members
who were interested entered an exhibit in
the Science Fair. Several field trip were al-
so planned for members ofthe club.
Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Allred served as
Jpper Left-Officers: Jerry Dickens, Randy Foutch, Lloyd Singer, Mark Miller, Jo Hickman. Middle -Top row: David Teel, Don Jackson
andy Jordan, Tommy Jennings, Tommy Anderson, Dan Love, Jimmy Harman, Alan Dutton, Mike Wesley, David Burgess, Tim Henthorn
ponsor Mrs. Cook. Second row: Martin Atwood, Gary Schwcde, Tim Thornton, Steve Jennings, Randy Foutch, Ralph Ellerd, Mark Miller
-loyd Singer, Beverly DuBois, Bunny lrlbcck, Sandra Whigham. Third row: Sponsor Mrs. Allred, Scott Bliss, Tony Perez, Jerry Kickens Johnny
Young, Carolyn Smith, Sharon Bookout, Leah Edward, Becky Eliff, Cynthia Murrell, Jo Hickman. Bottom row: Cindy Davis, Shelly Harris
Jimmy Watson, Justin Kesler, Ronald Chandler, J. K. Milam, Sharon Hawkins, Diana Godwin, Judy King, K. Linn Borchardt.
Auto Mechanic Boys Aim For Higher Knowledge
Keith Rice, Randy Pope,
Jimmy Yandell, Dale
Nevins, Gary Cook,
Sweetheart Tanya Toles
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In 1953, VICA was organized to prepare boys
for the World of work and promote fellowship
Officers Were: Randy Pope, presidentg Keith
Rice, vice presidentg Jimmy Yandell, secretary
Gary Cook, treasurerg Mike Cosby, reporter Dale
Nevins, parliamentariang and Houston Lemmons
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Building Trade Teaches Boy Construction
Vocational Industrial Club of America has a
Building Trades branch. The local chapter was or-
ganized in the fall of 1953 and became a member
of the state and national chapters in 1965.
The members of the club build a house for their
yearly project and is responsible for selling it. Each
day the boys spend three hours Working on the
The purpose of VICA is to train boys in car-
pentry work in the building of woodwork, electric
Wiring, and brick laying.
The H69-7O,' Building Trades house is located
at the 800 Block of North Hale.
The sponsor is Kenneth Patton.
Upper Left-This is the house the Building Trades boys
built. Middle LeftfThe officers, sponsor, and sweetheart
for this year are: Mr. Kenneth Patton, Steve George,
Deanne Evans, Randy Neill, Earl Gardner, Ray Vance Gray
Abdon Rodriquez, Ruben Gonzales, and Jimmy Green.
Middle Right-Deanne livans is the Building Trades Sweet-
heart this year. Lower Left-Abdon Rodriquez, Charles
Basham, and Steve George display ability in Building
The FFA Guys Learn By Doing, To Serve The
The purpose of F.F.A. is to develop leadership.
This is done through various judging contests such as
farm radio broadcasting, farm skill demonstration, and
A public speaking.
Officers for this year were: Bryan Finck, presidentg
Jimmy Kiker, vice president, Jimmy Harman, secretaryg
Larry Wells, treasurer, Perry Hall, reporter, and Daryl
Upper left: Patty Powell FFA Sweetheart,
was chosen by popular vote by FFA mem-
School, Communit M Countr In Agriculture
Top row: D. Teel, B. T. Childress, P. Sanderson, R. McKone, B. McBride, R. Atwood, D. Stephens, H. Keeter, T. Thorton, M. Hefley, S. Craw-
ford, C. Goss, D. Wesley. M. Dovel, M. Arnold. Seventh row: G. Vaughn. S. Bliss, J. Keeter, M. Gray, J. lfox, B. Pohlmeier, J. Keim, R. Chand-
ler, L. Hawthorn, K. Minehew, M. Barham, B. Wood, L. Smith. Sixth row: B. Finck, V. Bonds. L. Wells, P, Hall, D, Tucker, M. Atwood, D.
Jackson, T. Bliss, K. Foster, R. Caraway, D. Inman. Fifth row: E. McCaslin, K. Meador, A. Heard, R. Harman, S. Kirkland, D. Rice, T. Jones, G.
Powell, M. Clark, M. Cowan. Fourth row: G. House, K. Teafatiller, R. Patton, R. Powell, L. Williamson, D. O'Daniel, E. Barrett, J. Malone, W.
Meador. Third row: R. Howard, E. Wheeler, M. Durham, J. Green, T. Edwards, J. Avent, S. Wilterding, J. Harman, P. Morgan, J. Love, K. Fow-
ler, A. Ebeling. Bottom row: R. Flowers, R. Larmore, K. Daniels, P. Rousseau, M. Allen, J. Dunn, T. MeCaslin, D. Flowers, A. Dutton, J. Kiker,
K. Kleman, L. Abernathy.
Lower Left-Officers for 1969-70 are: Daryl Tucker, Jimmy
Harman, Patty Powell, sweetheart, Perry Hall, Bryan Finck,
Larry Wells, and Jimmy Kiker.
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Sewing, Cooking Major Projects Ulf FHA Girls
Future Homemakers of America is an organi-
zation for girls who have had at least one year of
Homemaking and are interested in homemaking.
Girls in FHA are interested in the basic skills of
cooking and sewing, home and family manage-
ment, and first aid.
There are two FHA chapters in Tulia. The
Little Sister Chapter of FHA is sponsored by Mrs.
Eulah Barnett. The Big Sister Chapter is sponsored
by Mrs. Barbara Edwards.
Upper right: FHA girls prepare show window. Middle right: Officers
for H69-7O,' are Jaimye Crawford, song leaderg Klinn Borehardt,
parliainentariang Cindy West, secretary, Marsha Sharp, 2nd vice-presi-
dentg Judy King, 4th vice-presidentg Dallana Carlile, presidentg Kay
Fry, treasurer, Sharon Moffett, lst vice-presidentg Charlotte Doan,
Janis Vaughn, sergeant of armsg Patty Powell, pianist. Lower right:
Senior girls cooking are Melanie Butler, Dallana Carlile, Kathy White-
head, Vicki Jenning, Nellie Willis.
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Upper left: Officers for M69-70" are top rowv
Bonnie l-layhurst, lst vice-president, Cynthia Raught
Song leader, Nita Vaughn, secretary, Janna Inman,
sergent at armsg Gay Galyen, treasurer. Second row-
Rhonda Love, 2nd vice-president, Kandy Reiss, 3rd
vice-president, Diana Parks, sergeant at arms, Patty
Shurbert, pianistg Pam Sharp, president, Shelly
Wilterding, parliamentariang Debbie Thompson, 4th
vice-president. Middle left: Pin-Up Boy Larry Wells.
Middle right: Outstanding Senior and lfreshman
Dallana Carlile, Pam Sharp.
OEA Brings Business And Leadership Together
The Office Education Association Club is
designed to develop leadership abilities in
the business field and competency in field
Officers for the '69-'70 school year areg
Kay Lee, Presidentg Debby Hill, Vice-
President, Kathie Chandler, Secretaryg Sheila
Fox, Treasurerg Connie Lee, Parliamentariang
and Delia Cooper, Reporter. Mrs. Edna Cox
served as the sponsor of the club.
Middle right: OEA entered the winning float in the
homecoming parade, Lower left: OEA members V
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Officers for this year are: Connie Lee Debby Hill
Kathie Chandler, Sheila Fox, Delia Cooper and
Mary Lou Delgado
French Club Participates In Many Activities
The purpose ofthe French Club is to create
international understanding among people. It furthers
the students knowledge of the French language and
people, which enables them to speak, understand
and be understood.
Mrs. Connie Allision was the sponsor of the French
Club, Activities planned for the year were a celebra-
tion of Christmas, Easter, and French holidays,
initiation of new members, and a French Club
assembly and program.
Upper right-A few members at a meeting, middle right-
Officers are Jo Hickman, vice president, Carla Carlton,
secretary, Danny Glasscock, presidentg Beatrice Luera,
Top row: Jo Hickman, Joe Raymond, Danny Glasscock. Middle row: Mrs. Connie Allison, Beatrice Luera
Kerry Foster, Eleazar Subealdea. Bottom row: Rhonda Sharp, Carla Carlton, Tamera Foster, Roger
Spanish Club Teaches New Culture In Language
The Spanish Club, formed in the fall of 1959,
is an organization for students who enjoy
The organization is to be educational and
cultural in its aim and purpose, to serve its
members as a medium exchange in the study and
treatment of subjects relating to the language,
history, and background of all the countries in-
cluded in the American Group of Nations. lt en-
courages respect for all nationalities.
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Upper right-Officers for '69-,702 Mary Lou Delgado, presidentg David Burgess, vice-presidentg Beatrice Luera, secretaryg
Justin Kesler, co-chairmang Jimmy Watson, state project chairmang Mary Jane Zuniga, historiang Rene Garza, reporterg Al-
bert Zuniga, treasurerg Middle top row-Sponsor Mrs. Connie Allison, Roberta Burrow, Emma Chapa, Jamie Subaldea,
Rene Garza, Justin Kesler. Middle row-Sylvia Ramirez, Mary Lou Delgado, Susie Guzman, Albert Zuniga, Manuel
Botello, First row-Mary Jane Zuniga, Beatrice Luera, Priscilla Ramos, Elvia Medina.
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Middle right: Mary Lou Delgado was
chosen outstanding Spanish member. She
was chosen by popular vote of the club.
Lower lefti Spanish Club discusses a
ler And Harman Are Choir Favorites In 1970
Under the expert direction of Bill Keck, choir direc-
tor, the choir did a very fine job of representing Tulia
Long hours of practice preceded the choirs' appear-
ance in Christmas and Spring concerts, as Well as their
half hour appearance on television over the Christmas
holidays and concert and sight-reading contests. The
choir also performed for various civic clubs.
The choir dressed formally this year. The girls Wore
long White formals with red sashes and the boys Wore
Upper right: Favorites this year are
Karen Older and Jimmy Harman. Mid-
dle right: Nominees this year Nellye
Willis, Tim Thornton, Bonnie Hay-
hurts, Craig Harlen, and Pat Arnold.
Above left: Officers this year are Janet Jackson, librarian
Rita Stark, secretaryg Nellye Willis, librariang Jimmy
Harman, vice-presidentg and seated, Dallana Carlile, presi-
dent. Middle right: Randy Jordan was elected to All-Re-
gion and All-State choirs. Lower left: Dallana Carlile,
Vicki Jennings and Connie Lee worked for honors as a
Choral Groups Per orm Various Concerts
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Top row: Elvia Medina, Mary Lou Delgado, Nellye Willis, Tim Thorton, Randy Jordan, Danny Love, Jimmy Garman, Veotis Henderson, Robert
Escobedo, Rene Garyea, Dallana Carlile, Vicki Jennings, Shirley Lee. Third row: Connie Capata, Janet Jackson, Joe Garcia, Tommy Golden,
Harold Drake, Buddy Washington, Craig Harlind, Rita Clark, Dorthy Fuller, Diane Smith. Second row: Cynthia Raught, Kay Fry, Debra Flem-
mings, Kay Thomas, Cylrria Rameriy, Mae Brookins, Charlene Willis, Monica George, Rita Stark, Connie Lee. Front row: Mr. Bill Keck, Karen
Oler, Grace Trivino, Cheryl Pruitt, Bonnie Hayhurst, Claudette Laramore, Brenda Galloway, Pat Arnold, Rita Martiney. Lower right: Mr. Bill
Keck, sponsor of Choir.
Upper left: and Middle left-Choir member enjoy-
ing theirself at choir party. Middle right: Dallana
Carlile enjoying herself, as usual! Lower left: Mr.
Keck helping those who plan to attend solo and
ensemble contest. Are Debra Fleming, Kay Fry,
Danny Love, Randy Jordon, Dallana Carlile, Gloria
Band's Per ormances At Rallies Help pirit
Mike Martin led the high school band for the
M69-70" school year. Mike has been in band for
The band went to Six Flags and to solo and
ensemble contest. The band went to contest No-
vember 18, and returned with a number one rat-
Officers for the year were: Jo Carter, presi-
dent Jimmy Tyler, vice president, and Mike Mar-
tin, secretary-treasurer. .
Upper right: Officers are Mike Martin, Jimmy Tyler
and Jo Carter, Below left: Mr. Brown, director, assists
band member in learning musicg Below right: Beverly
Clark, Patty Powell, Cindi Ward, Deanne Evans, and
Jeffie Sturman perform during games in 1969-70.
Upper left: Band members Cindy Brewer and
Wade Meader enjoy a day with the band at the
fairg Upper right: Band performs at Amarillog
Middle right: Mike Martin displays his strength
at the fair.
THS Band Per arms For
Front row: Lou Ann McGee, Patty Crawford, Janette Inman, Jean Kleman, Debbie Dunn, Sharon Whitehead, Melanie Butler, Nancy Evans,
Patty Shurbert, Kathy Lee, Cindi Ward. Second row: David Teel, Odell Moffett, Jan Minchew, Jeffy Sturman, Regina Bryan, Johnny Young,
Justin Kesler, David Burgess, Simona Alsup, Debbie Thompson, Steve Jennings, Johnny Emmitt, Jaimye Crawford, Deanne Evans, Johnny Cass-
onova, Jimmy Watson, Albert Zuniga. Third row: Patty Powell, Charlotte Doan, Marilyn Heard, Vicki Jones, Julie Hutto, Carla Carlson, Debbie
Martin, Nathan Foster, Johnny Malone, Tony Jones, Leslie Abernathy, Todd Bliss, Henry Zuniga, Dennis Smith, Steve Hutson, Freddie Perez,
Donnie Cosby, Tommy Jennings, Debra Patton, Sharla Cosby, Cindi Davis, Mike Martin, Fourth row: Kandy Reiss, Janet Sanderson, Sandy
Town Throughout Year
DuBois, Vicki Gore, Charlotte Phillips, Jan Doan, Shelly Wilterding, Mary Jane Eggemeyer, Kenny McCaslin, Elizabeth Lucano, Bobby Vaughn,
Jack Lavendar, Dewey Bryant, Skip Love, Wade Meador, Jimmy Tyler, Jo Carter, Jimmy Fox, Howard Patton, Ricky Foutch, Jerry Teel, Paul
Sanderson, Scott Bliss, Jim Finck, Rodger Flowers, Mark Cowan, Keith Meador, Barry Teafatiller, Mark Dovel, Russell Patton, Charles Schwede,
Back row: Alan Heard, Beverley Clark, Nita Vaughn, Ralph Ellerd, Max Barham, Bill Tom Childers, Gary Don Carlile, Tim Henthorn, Rob
Henthorn, Phillip Morgan, Larry Story, Rhonda Love.
THS Band Tunes Up To Win High Achievements
Upper left-Jo Carter and Jimmy Tyler
present Mr. Brown with a plaque. Upper
right-Mike Martin serves as drum major
this year. Lower right-Jo Carter served
in the All-State and All-Region band
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Art Club Members Use Imagery And Ingenult
The purpose ofthe Art Club is to promote
interest and appreciation of the arts in high
This year the club, sponsored by Geraldine
Hipp, had a semester Art Show, exhibiting the
Art Club officers Were: Joe Raymond, presi-
dent, Jan Minchew, vice president, Rene Garza,
reporter, and Monica George, secretary-treas-
Upper right: Officers are Jan Minchew, Monica George, Joc Ray-
mond, Rene Garza. Middle left: Mrs. Hipp sponsor of Art Club
shows a student what is wrong.
Top left: during the year, the Art Club displayed its
many creative works. Middle left: Ralph Ellerd
works on mosiac design rug. Middle right: Danny
Potter stiches on his most original portrait. Bottom
left: Cynthia Mickey prepares canvas for work.
Annual Stajf Works Hard To Meet Deadllnes
Susie Blount and Sandy DuBois were the co-editors of the 1970
Hornet. The Hornet stuff consists of: Organizations, Kay Lcc and
Debbie McCoyg Activities, Kathy Brietlingg Advertising, Deanne
Evans and Simona Alsup, Class and Faculty, Suzette Boyd and
Annette Simong Sports, Perry Hallg Copy, Judy West and Becky
Westg Photographer, Shelley Harris, and Sponsor, Mrs. Janette
Newspaper Staff Works Hard For Honorliating
The Journalism class had the responsibility of editing the
Hornet Page once a week in order for it to appear in the town
The staff this year consisted of Kathy Breitling, Shirley Lee,
Cheryl Kleman, Doug Travis, Rene Garza, Pam Sharp, Kandy
Reiss, Elizabeth Lucano, and Dee Hutson.
The advisor of the staff this year was Mrs. Janette Perry.
Upper left-Mrs. Perry is sponsor of Newspaper this year. Bot-
tom left-Kathy Breitling is liditor this year.
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Candidates for Miss Flame and their escorts were Regina Bryan and Gary
Powellg Sandra McCune and Johnny Youngg Marci Loring and Tommy
Anderson. Debby Hill was crowned 1969 Miss Flame.
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And ominees Are In
Upper left: Nominees are
Deltah Roberts, Donna
Bookout, Debi Love and
Rita Stark. Upper right:
Deltah Roberts is crowned
Homecoming Queen for
1969. Bottom right: Nom-
inees and their escorts pose
for a picture.
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Who's Who ranks among the highest
honors a student may receive. Who's
Who is an honor for THS students ofju-
nior and senior standing who have ex-
celled in some field and have shown
superior leadership ability. Candidates
for Who's Who are nominated by the
faculty to represent the best in the
various departments. The faculty then,
without regard to class, elects twelve
members from this group to Whois Who.
Kathie Chandler was selected from the senior
class to Whois Who. She served on the Student Coun-
cil for two years and in the National Honor Society
for two years. Kathie was chosen Most Friendly her
freshman year and a server at the Junior-Senior Ban-
quet. She received scholarship jackets her sopho-
more and junior years. Her senior year, Kathie was
FTA Vice-President and OEA Secretary. During
Kathies' four years she participated in FHA, Pep
Club, Librarians Club, and Band.
Jerry Dickens was chosen this year for Who's
Who. He was in Student Council his freshman,ju-
nior and senior years. Jerry was class president his
freshman, sophomore and junior years. He was in
National Honor Society his junior and senior years.
Jerry played on the Varsity Football team his sopho-
more through senior years and participated on the
varsity track team all four years. Jerry was also
active in Key Club, T Club, Librarians Club,
Science Club and Spanish Club.
David Teel was selected to Who's Who for his participa-
tion in Band and in other activities. David played first
chair B clarinet during his three years in Band. He was
elected to National Honor Society hisjunior year. David
has played football for one year and track one year. He
was also a nienrber of FFA and Thespians.
Maureen Pohhneier was chosen for Who's Who by the
faculty this year. Maureen has been outstanding all through
her four years of school. She has been in Student Council
for two years and served as Student Council Secretary her
senior year. Maureen was elected to National Honor
Society her junior and senior years. She was class secre-
tary her freshman and sophomore years. Maureen has
played a part in FHA, Librarians Club, Band, Pep Club
Deltah Roberts, devotion to cheerleading as well as other
clubs and activities qualified her for Whois Who. Deltah has
been cheerleader her sophomore through senior years. She
has been Librarians Parliamentarian and Historian, Senior
Class Treasurer and FHA President of the Little Sister
Chapter. Deltah was elected to National Honor Society her
junior year and also elected Freshman Class Favorite. She
has been on the Student Council, played basketball for
three years and elected 1970 Homecoming Queen.
Tim Thorntonas academic achievements qualified him
for Who's Who. Tim has received scholarship jackets his
sophomore and junior years. He served as class president
his freshman year and Key Club secretary his junior year.
Tim has played football and basketball all three years. Tim
has also been active in Science Club, FFA, Librarians Club,
Choir and Band.
Tanya Toles, an outstanding THS student, was chosen from the junior class as a
member of Who's Who. She has played basketball all three years and made All
District her junior year. Tanya was cheerleader her sophomore and junior year. She
went to UIL Typing Contest and won 3rd at district, lst at regional and 3rd at
state. She also ran track her sophomore year and Went to UIL Contest in short-
hand. Tanya was Auto Mechanics Sweetheart her junior year.
Larry Wells, a member of the senior class, was chosen to
Who's Who because of his outstanding character and
citizenship. Larry has been on the Student Council his
senior year and served as senior class president. He served
as Key Club Lt. Governor his senior year and attended the
Texas-Oklahoma Lt. Governor Division 7. Larry has been
a member of T Club and FFA. He was elected Junior Class
Favorite. Larry participated in Football all four years and
was selected B Team captain his sophomore and Varsity
Captain his senior year.
Marsha Sharp, chosen to Who's Who because of
her ability to get things done, has participated in
many THS organizations. She has been National
Honor Society Treasurer her senior year and
Librarians Club Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice-
President. Marsha has participated in basketball all
four years, track her freshman and sophomore years
and tennis her junior year. She has also been active
in FHA, FTA, and OEA. Marsha attended the TPB
Martin Atwood, a THS Junior was chosen to be
one of the Who's Who. Martin has been an active
member of FFA his first three years of high school
and a member of the Science Club. He has played
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The Hornet coaching staff did a great job this year, with
Head Coach Richard Souter and assistants Don Cumpton
and John Varnell, a new coach on varsity. This really helped
the spirit ofthe team. Bob Painter coached the B team, and
James Self on the Freshman squad.
The 1969 Hornets owe a great deal to these men. They
have taught these young men to have pride in what their
doing, respect, sportsmanship, and above all, honor. These
are the things that will be of great value in their life to
Pictured at right: Coach Richard Soutcr gives Randy Pope instruc-
tions while watching the game. Below are coaches John Varnell, Bob
Painter, James Self, and Don Cumpton. These are the men behind
the Tulia Hornets. The Hornets won three and lost seven for the 69
Winds Whirl Hornetsg Hornets Spank Wolves
The Tulia Hornets opened the 1969 season with a
loss to the Floydada Whirlwinds. The tough defense
and the passing offense proved fatal to the Hornets.
The game ended with Tulia Og Floydada 34.
The Hornets traveled to Dalhart for their second
ln the first quarter the Wolves kicked a field goal.
In the second quarter Jerry Dickens, Don Payne,
and Mike Gleason teamed up for the first score of the
ln the third quarter Dickens scored 6 more. Follow-
ing this he scampered for another touchdown. The
Wolves were able to score one more before the quarter
In the fourth quarter the Wolves managed to score
again, thus ending the game with Tulia 18g Dalhart 16.
Next week the Hornets meet the Littlefield Wildcats.
J. K. Milam C353 attacks a Wolf.
Jerry Dickens C113 and Van Bonds 1825 give a wind a whirl
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Odell Moffett 4483 stretches for a Hornet pass.
The Tulia Hornets played their first home game
against the Littlefield Wildcats.
The Hornets were first to seore as Jerry Dickens
Went in for six, Mike Gleason booted the extra point.
Littlefield took the ball for their only 7 points of
The third quarter seemed different as they only gave
up five yards. Randy Pope, Malcolm Heiley, and Jerry
Dickens intercepted passes.
ln the fourth quarter the Hornets drove 60 years
with Gleason adding a 22 yard field goal. This ended
the game with Tulia 10g Littlefield 7.
The Hornets niet the Vernon Lions for their fourth
The first quarter the Hornets missed a 16 yard field
The second quarter. the Lions slipped into the end
zone for six.
The second half was a different story as Vernon was
given. by the men in the black and white, 28 points.
The final seore was Tulia 01 Vernon 34.
Gerald MeClanahan 1643 celebrates after a Hornet victory.
Indians Escape Hornets Sting
Steve Burrow Ronald Chandler
Van Bonds Alan Dutton
Gilbert Brookins Johnny Dunn
Tim Thorton 1883 goes in for an Indian scalp.
The Hornets traveled to Seminole
for their fifth game. ln the third quarter Steve Burrow and Van Bonds
In the first quarter the Hornets connected for six.
were unable to score. In the fourth quarter Jerry Dickens went for six,
In the second quarter the Hgmetg ending the game with Tulia 203 Seminole 23.
went in for 8 points.
angers Rope Hornets
The Hornets met the Perryton Rangers for their home-
coming and first game in the conference.
The first quarter Perryton drove to the Hornet 7 yard
line before losing the ball. Then later on the Rangers drove
for the first 7 points of the night, The Hornets stopped the
Rangers valiant effort to score twice.
The third quarter both teams battled with out any
result as the ball changed hands many times. Then early in
the fourth quarter the Rangers intercepted one of the Hor-
nets passes to set up 7 more points from the Hornets Z3
yard line. ln the last 5 seconds of the game the Rangers
managed to catch the Hornet quarterback behind the goal
line for a safety. This ended the game with Tulia Og Perry-
Next Week the Hornets will travel to Nluleshoe to romp
and stomp on the Mules for there revenge.
Steve Burrow tl0J carries the ball for more Hornet yardage.
Hornets indulge before the game. Mr. Perkins shows excitement at the pep rally.
Hornets Sting Mules Un Tail
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half Johnny Dunn, Jerry Dickens, and Aulbry Rogers all tallied for 6. Don
Payne and Mike Gleason went for 12. Dunn also got 6 more.
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Malcolm Hefley Gerald McClanahan
J. K. Milam Odell Moffett
The Hornets went to Dumas for their third district game.
In the first half Don Payne passed to Mike Gleason for six.
Then on another pass from Payne to Gleason for six.
In the second half Jerry Dickens scored six. Final, Tulia 19
Cows Swat Hornets Sting
The Hornets met the Hereford Whitefaees head on. in the fourth quarter things changed as Don Payne chunked
In the first half the Whitefaces managed to score six, Z1 pass to Mike Gleason for six points plus a two point con-
In the second quarter, the Whitefaees managed 14 more. version. The game ended with Tulia 8g Hereford 48.
ln the second half Hereford scored 14 more points. Then
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Randy Pope Aubrey Rogers
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The Hornets faced the Canyon Eagles for
their last game.
ln the first quarter, Mike Gleason kicked
a 33 yard field goal.
In the second quarter, Don Payne
scrambled for 6, With 2 more points on a
pass from Steve Burrow to Jerry Dickens.
ln the third quarter Dickens went for 6
ln the fourth quarter the Hornets were
unable to score. Ending the game with Tulia
17g Canyon 34.
The outstanding players of the season are Jerry Dickens lst
Don Payne C157 waltzes in for six.
team offence, Mike Gleason 2nd team offense and defense, Alan
Dutton 2nd team offense, Malcom Hefley and Daryl Tucker 2nd
team defense, these are all-district players, The ones who made
Honorable mention are Lonnie Treadway, Steve Burrow, and
Painter Heads B Team
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Bottom row: Donnie Inman, David Stephens, Mike Ewing, Paul Rousseau, Jimmy Watson. Second row: Steve Wilterding, Steve Hudson, Jo Bob
Thompson, Harold Keeter, Lynn Smith. Third row: Coach James Self, Mike Allen, Teddy McCaslin, Brian Pohlneier, Johnny Dunn, Richard
Atwood, Coach Bob Painter. Fourth row: Kerry Foster, Kirk Daniels, Steve Crawford, Robert Moore, Ted Spear, Eugene McCaslin.
Coach Bob Painter headed the B Teamerts to a two
win, five loss, and one tie season. These men showed l- -
great promise for the 1970 Tulia Hornet Football season. J
B Teamer's work hard in practice.
Self Coaches Freshmen
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Bottom row: Kerry Teafatiller, Russell Patton, Freddie Perez, Gary Vaughn, Don Cosby, Tony Edwards, Dewey Bryant, Gary House, Rob
Henthorn, Robert Fscobedo, David Garcia, Kenny McCaslin, Jon Avent. Second row: Larry Hawthorne, Todd Bliss, Keith Kleman, Tony Jones,
David Jackson, Mike Arnold, Rod Howard, Michael Fry, Jimmy Daum, Jimmy Love, Ernest Mireles, Tommy Hernandez, Jimmy Fox, Mark
Dovcl. Third row: Coach James Self, Roger Flowers, Freddie Brookins, Denny Rice, Keith Foster, Johnny Malone, Mitchell Clark, John Sal-
klana, Alan Ebeling, Ray Caraway, Kirk Minchew, Ronnie Laramore, Mark Cowan, Leslie Abernathy, Ronald Mote.
Coach James Selfled the Freshman team to a two
win, six loss, and one time football season. These young
Hornets show great promise in the future with the skill
that they posses.
Mike Ewing C153 gets discussed as Kerry Teafiteller looks on.
Hornets De-hair The Cats
The Hornets traveled to Slaton to fight in a
great battle to be defeated 69 to 64.
Then they played the Dimmitt Bobcats in
a dog vs. cat battle in which the Hornets
knocked the hair out of the cats 67 to 66.
Mike Gleason scored 25 points for the Hornets.
They then played Lockney to be defeated
68 to 43.
David Teel C305 jumps high as Bryan Finck looks on.
Hornets show different moods.
Hornets congregate before the game.
Tim Henthorn C405 tips the ball as Albert Zungia C205 Bryan Finck C445 and Mike
Gleason C245 watch.
Moffett And Gleason Lead Hornets
The Hornets traveled to Dimmitt to
tangle with the Bobcats once more only to
be defeated 71 to 61. Mike Gleason scored
25 points and Randy Jordan scored 14
points as they were high scorers for the Hor-
Then they went to Phillips to be defeated
71 to 61. Gleason scored 34 points.
They played Idalou to whip them and de-
feated them 70 to 69. David Teel was high
scorer with a total of 26 points and Mike
Gleason with 23 points,
Odell Moffett Mike Gleason
Bryan Finck C445 and David Teel 1303 change direc- Things get moving as a few Hornets watch David Teel boot the ball in.
Hornets Clean Idalou
Tommy Anderson Danny Glasscock
ornets David Teel 1305, Odell Moffett 643, and Mike Gleason 1241,
atch Randy Jordan C103 shoot.
Coach Painter talks with his Hornets.
The Hornets did battle with ldalou on home ground and
defeated them 75 to 48. Mike Gleason scored 24 points.
They then went to Phillips to be defeated in a great
battle which ended with Tulia 63, Phillips 75. Tommy An-
derson scored 25 points while Mike Gleason managed to
The Hornets will next encounter the Hereford White-
faces in a head on battle of Hornet vs. Cow.
Hornets Defeated By Demons
Randy Jordan Sammy Quintenella
Randy Jordan goes high over the head of a Demon.
David Teel 4303 and Bryan Finck C441 prepare for the ball.
The Hornets played Hereford in a long battle which ended with
Tulia 60, Hereford 74.
Then they fought Dumas only to be defeated 66 to 58. Mike
Gleason was able to contribute 29 points to the Hornets.
They then went to Muleshoe to be kicked out of the gym as the
Mules pushed out in a victory of 65 to 56 over the Hornets. The Hor
nets encounter the Rangers next week.
Cows Step Un Hornets
David Teel Albert Zuniga Lynn Smith
The Hornets fought the Perryton Rangers and were de
feated 91 to 66.
Then Canyon flew around the Hornets and defeated
them 73 to 62.
Again the Hornets were disheartened as they played
Hereford and were defeated 73 to 53. Sammy Quintanilla
scored 10 points for the Hornets.
Tommy Anderson C323 show's his style. Sammy Quintanilla 1203 goes up for two.
Hornets Ramp ver Hale Center
The Hornets traveled to Hale Center to romp and
stomp them 84 to 76. Randy Jordan was able to
score 18 points for the Hornet effort.
Then they traveled to Dumas to be defeated 70 to
They then encountered battle with Muleshoe in
which they were defeated 72 to 49. Mike Gleason got
18 points and Bryan Finck 12.
OK! Everybody off the reff.
David Teel rushes for the rebound.
Hey Bryan! What in the world are you doing up there
Cheerleaders show energy before the game.
agles Perch Upon Hornets
The Hornets played the Perryton Rangers on home
ground and were defeated 83 to 72. Sammy Qunitanilla
made 22 points for the Hornets.
They traveled to Canyon to be defeated 84 to 43. Don
Payne got 18 nets.
Mike Gleason C245 takes a long one. Let's see! How did superman do it?
Pictured: Coach Bob Painter, Albert Zunigia, Randy Jordan, Bryan Finck, Tim Henthorn, David Teel, Mike Gleason, Tommy Anderson, Danny
Glasscock, Odell Moffett, Sammy Quintanilla, Lynn Smith.
Self Coaches WB" Team
Top row: Martin AtWood,Mike Ewing, Don Payne, Ted Spear, Teddy McCaslin, Jaime Subealdea, Mark Johnson, Coach James Self Charles Bos
ton. Bottom row: Steve Burrow, Tim Thornton, Dan Johnson, Joe Bob Thompson, Jay Largent.
Coach Self commented, "they were good kids and
they had a good coachf'
Tulia 37. . .
Tulia 50. . .
Tulia 46. . .
Tulia 46. . .
Tulia 51 . . .
Tulia 58. . .
Tulia 51 . . .
Tulia 49. . .
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Tulia 47. . .
Tulia 5l . . .
Tulia 40. . .
Tulia 59. . .
Tulia 51 . . .
Tulia 56. . .
Tulia 51 . . .
Tulia 48. . .
Don Payne C143 chuncks for two
Cumpton Coaches Fish
Top row: Randy Harman, Larry Hawthorne, Tony Edwards, Robert Henthorn, Jerry Teel, Mark Dovel, Dewey Bryant, Russell Patton Coach
Don Cumpton. Bottom row: Tony Jones, Freddie Brookins, Keith Foster, Henry Zuniga, Ronald Mote, David Jackson, Alan Ebelrng Gary
Powell, Eddie Wheeler.
Wish I had something to drink.
Squaws Slip By Hornettes
Ha! On guard!
Jo Carter 1133 shows her form.
The Hornettes traveled to Friona to battle the squaws
to a final ofTulia 37, Friona 38. Marsha Sharp scored 22
Then they did battle with the Whirlwinds that ended up
in an upsetting loss with the Hornettes 44g the winds 51.
Then they traveled to Petersburg to be beaten 53 to 39.
Tanya Toles rambled for 26 points.
Tanya Toles U57 prepares to sink a long one.
Toles And Carter Lead Hornettes
The Hornettes played Abernathy in a
battle which ended with Tulia 43, Abernathy
50. Tanya Toles managed to score a total of
After one discouraging loss, they traveled
to Dimmitt only to become more discour-
aged after being downed 65 to 54.
They then traveled to Plainview to do
battle with the Queen Bee's only to be
downed with a final score of Tulia 38, Plain-
view SO. Toles again managed to ramble for
16 points for the Hornettes. The Hornettes
play Fritch next.
Tanya Toles stretches for a long one
Tanya Toles Jo Carter
Coach Payne talks things over with his girls.
Hornettes Wipe Darrouzett
Debbie Boyett Judy Carlisle Rita Clark
.lo Carter C133 displays her talents.
Marsha Sharp Q1 ll gets two on her shot.
The Hornettes met the Dimmitt Bobbies on the court to
be defeated 50 to 38. Marsha Sharp scrambled for 22
Then they traveled to Follett only to be downed 59 to
The Hornettes then came fighting back to whip Dar-
rouzett from one end ofthe court to the other. The final
score Tulia 60, Darrouzett 38. Tanya Toles came in for 24
Hornettes Spank Idalou
The Hornettes were disheartened as they
were defeated by Fritch 43 to 40. Tanya
Toles managed 25 points.
The Hornettes then fought a hard battle
With ldalou spanking them 52 to 28. Toles
again managed 29 points.
Then they went to Stinnet to fight a long
hard battle with the outcome in the Hor-
nettes favor with the score of 50 to 49.
Jan Cook Rita Dallas
Judy King Shirly Lee
Judy Carlisle C535 shows her style,
Surprise Tanya! Jo Carter C135 rambles down the court
H ornettes Whomp Mules
The Hornettes traveled to Canyon to
fight a low scoring game with the final Tulia
33, Canyon 39.
Then they Went to Spearman to be de-
feated 55 to 40. Jo Carter rambled up and
in for 20 points.
They met the Muleshoe Mules on their
home ground Winding up with a victory of
45 to 30. Then they Went to Slaton to win
61 to 42.
Jan Parks Patty Powell
Marsha Sharp Cornelia Roberts
Tanya Toles C153 takes a long one. Tanya goes for two as Jo Carter watches.
Hornettes Put The Stomp To Memphis
The Hornettes traveled to Memphis to win
63 to 50. And then on to Hale Center to win
58 to 52. They were defeated by Slaton 44
to 66. On their last game they defeated
Muleshoe 58 to 49.
Debbie McCoy Arlene Latham
Managcf Manager Bet I can hit it from here!
Top row: Debbie McCoy, Coach Doug Payne, Arlene Latham. Middle row: Judy Carlisle, Cornelia Roberts, Jan Cook, Patty Powell, Jo Carter
Jan Parks. Bottom row: Shirly Lee, Debbie Boyett, Rita Dallas, Tanya Toles, Judy King, Rita Clark, Marsha Sharp.
B Team Has Payne For Coach
Top row: Arlene Latham, Joy Cambcll, Debra Patton, Sharon Miller, Donna Durham, Coach Doug Payne. Bottom row: Rita White Beverly Du
Bois, Sharon Moffett, Sharon Bookout, Debbie Powell, Gail Thurman.
Both Sharon's get together for a little dribble.
Freshman Girls Hold Promise For Future
Top row: Debbie Thompson, Coach Twila Whitten. Middle row: Cynthia Raught, Shelly Wilterding, Julie Hutto, Diane Parks, Donna Davis,
Ronda Love, Sue Boston, Betty Woods. Bottom row: Regina Bryant, Nita Vaughn, Sue Nobile, Debbie Dunn, Janet Inman, Vicki Fisher, Bonnii
Hayhurst, Gay Galyen, Sharon Whitehead, Betty Lee.
Tulia 24. . . . . . Friona 29
Tulia 45. . . . . . Floydada 27
Tulia 20. . . . . . Friona 53
Tulia 44. . . . . . Canyon 14
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lfl could only remember how Bruce did it. Coach Cumpton poses for the camera
The Hornet tracksters have received the coaching and
leadership of Coach Don Cumpton. The Hornets placed
fifth at the district track meet. The spirit of the team was
helped tremendously by three seniors, Jerry Dickens, Bryan
Finck, and Mike Gleason. The boys who went to regional
were Tommy Anderson, Mike Gleason, and Ricky Foutch.
If you Want it, here it is.
So take off in a hurry, fast
Top row: Coach Don Cumpton, Ricky Foutch, Joel Keeter Tommx Anderson Mrke Gleason Doug Tr.1v1s Tom Edwards Larry Elmore
Robert McKonc. Middle row: Billy Holland, Ronald Chdnler Steve Burrow C an Schwede Doug, I-lowers lzume Subeadea Danny Potter
Russell Patton, Tommy Golden. Bottom row: Jerry Dickens Martln Atwood Robert Moore Kerry Foster Glldo Mum Sammy Qumtanlla
Ernest Mireles, Tony Gonzlas. Esequiel Salas.
Mike CBirdJ Gleason shows his style
F ish Receive Self s Coaching
The Freshmen were coached by James Self. These young
tracksters hold a lot of promise for the future and have
shown great ability this year.
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Top row: Don Cosby, Gary Vaughn, Freddie Brookins, Larry Hawthorne, Tony Jones, Ronald Mote, David Jackson, Eddie Wheeler, Keith Fos-
ter, Jimmy Fox, Nathan Foster, Coach James Self. Bottom row: Rex Vaughn, Dewey Bryant, Gary House, Fobert Escobeda, Jimmy Daum,
Robert Henthorn, Dennis Smith, Buttons Teafatiller, Alan Ebling.
Girl Tracksters Hang Tough
Coaches Payne and Whitten watch carefully.
Sue Nobile breaks the string on her Way to state.
Debra Patton works on her start.
The girl tracksters were coached by Doug
Payne and Mrs. Twila Whitten.
The girls ran into a little hard luck as the
weather caused many a track meet to be can
celed. Finally when district moved around
they got to participate in their first track
meet and came out second.
At regional only one girl qualified for
state. Sue Nobile qualified in the 880 yard
run with a time of 2:32. At the present time
it's the best in the state.
Coach Twila Whitten and Sue Nobile. Coach Payne discusses the situation.
Top row: Kay Fry, Jan Parks, Rita White,Judy Carlisle, Tanya Toles, Vicki Vaughn, Ronda Love, Nita Vaughn, Dian Parks, Debra Davis, Shirley
Lee, Sue Nobile, Coach Doug Payne. Middle row: Sharon Moffett, Debra Boyett, Sandra McCune, D'Ann Vaughn, Beverly DuBois, Freda Clark
Debbie Dunn, Rita Clark, Vicky Fisher, Betty Lee, Debbie Thompson, Gay Galyen. Bottom row: Debra Patton, Debbie Powell, Rita Dallas,
Patty Shurbet, Jana Inman, Julie Hutto, Betty Woods, Bonnie Hayhurst, Regina Bryan, Shelley Wilterding.
Juniors Win Meet
In the 1970 lntra-Mural track meet the
came in first with a Wide lead, The
and Sophomores tied with the l
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Marsha Sharp prepares herself.
Painter Coaches Golfers
all in how you hold your mouth
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Gary Powell, Keith Meador, Tommy Hickman, and Ted Spear.
The Hornet Golf team was coached by Coach Bob
l Painter. They participated in several tournaments, a few
which were held on the Tulia Golf Course. The team was
Darn it! It moved!
led by Senioris Tommy Hickman and Steve Raymond.
Tennis Has Coach Perr
Top row: Carol Henthorn, Bunny Irbeck, Cheryl Kleman, Judy King, Cornelia Roberts, Jan Cook, Sandra Whigham, Coach Perry. Middle row:
Sharon Hawkins, Leah Beth Edwards, Idalia Torres, Vicki Kiker, Beatrice Luera. Bottom row: Diana Godwin, Becky Elliff, Shelly Harris.
Mrs. Janette Perry coached the Tennis girls
this year. The Tennis team participated in several
tournaments, the most important are the Ama-
rillo Relays and the District meet. Leading the
Tennis Hornettes in singles was Judy King and
in doubles were Diana Godwin and Corneila
Roberts. Backing the Hornetts was a "Bu team
consisting of Leah Beth Edwards in singles and
Becky Elliff and Sharon Hawkins in doubles.
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Diana Godwin waits for the bull.
You're right! l'm the tennis coach.
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.hm Cook shows us u side arm
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Phillips Guides Tulia Through 69 And 70
Bob Phillips, a graduate of West Texas State University,
has completed his fourth year as superintendent of the pub-
Mr. Phillips has taught in Amarillo, Bovina and Tulia.
His secretary, Shelia Via, ends her second year with Mr.
As superintendent Mr. Phillips is constantly striving to
better the welfare ofthe school and the students. Mr,
Phillips is a tremendous public speaker and undoubtedly
will be remembered by the students of Tulia.
Even an efficient secretary like Mrs. Shelia Via needs a moment to
enjoy a coke after a morning over a 'ghotn typewriter fbottom
leftb. Shelia has a hard time with her paper Work Cabovel.
chool Board Gives Guidance To The Students
Officers of the Tulia lndependent School Di5trict's
Board this year arc: Hol Ed Toles, presidentg Harry Reeves,
lice-president, and John Wilkerson, secretary. Many things
rave been made successful with the help of the other mem-
bers, Alva Finck, Dr. L. S. Foreman, Lloyd M. Hale, and
?aul D. Miller.
The Board had many routine duties, such as the hiring of
:he faculty members, approval of budgets, hearing the com-
plaints of employers as Well as directing the workings of a
school system of over 2,000 students.
The Board Members, Paul Miller, Hol Ed Toles, president, Dr.
Foreman, Lloyd Hale, Harry Reeves, vice-presidentg Alva Finck,
and John Wilkerson, secretary, seem to be discussing some new plans
lor the school year.
Willing Secretaries Aid In School Planning
This year Malcom Atwood, Donna
Carter, Doris Latham, Vera Thorton,
and Mary Sue Eakes help in the central
These workers have many chores to
do. There is the switchboard that has to
be tended to andjust helping out the
school in any way they can.
Shelia Via decides using an adding machine often eliminates much
erasing itop rightb. The office group finds a spare moment to discuss
their weekend happenings fmiddle rightb. Mr. Atwood takes time to
set up his schedule for the week Cabovej.
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Principal F ills
4'Friendly and efficientw have to be the words to de-
scribe Mr. James Perkins, the principal of Tulia. Serving his
first year in Tulia he holds the respect of students, faculty,
and parents alike. His responsibility is great and he takes
this responsibility seriously, yet he finds time to counsel
with anyone who needs it. Mr. Perkins is often seen in the
halls in friendly and animated conversation with students.
Mr. Perkins is very interested in helping the school and makes
speeches trying to raise school spirit Crightj, As principle, Mr. Per-
kins tries to help students understand their work.
Assistant Principal Helps In School A airs
Mrs. Montandon has many chores to attend to during a school day
i tleftj. Mr. Pollard assists Mr. Perkins by talking to the students
It takes a person of strong determination, responsibility,
and knowledge to handlefand handle well, a school like
Tulia. Two such people are Howard Pollard and Mrs. James
Montandon. They are in charge of attendance, registration
and school activities. There are telephone calls to be made
and typing to be done, which these two people assist Mr.
Perkins in doing. They also have to keep a record of all
business transactions made in the school. A student or
faculty member will always find Mr. Pollard and Mrs. Mon-
tandon willing to help.
The Art Organizations
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At every pep rally and game there was always Mr. Brown
and his ever faithful band. Helping Charles Brown this year is
Mr. Bill Nelson. This is Mr. Nelsonls first year in Tulia. Mr. Bill
Keck, Choir Director, also contributes to our music depart-
ment. Mrs. Hipp is the new art teacher.
Geraldine Hipp, B.A.
West Texas State
Bill Keck, BA.
Math Department I n Pace
Anne Shelton. M.E.
West Texas State
West Texas State
Related Math I
Bob Painter. B.S.
liarl Cox, B.S,
Algebra l, Related
With Changing World
Those included in our Math Department this year are:
Anne Shelton, Earl Cox, Bob Painter. and Don Cumpton.
Coach Cuinpton and Coach Painter both teach P.E. Anne
Shelton teaches Algebra I and ll, she also teaches advanced
Math and Trig for the Juniors and Seniors. Earl Cox teaches
Related Math I and ll. Each of these help to develop a
student's thing ability.
Coach Paintei tries to teach his students the basic fundamentals ot'
geometry tbelowb. Mrs. Shelton tries to explain a problem to Coach
Cumpton ltop leftj.
English Department Purpose: Develop New
The courses in English are designed to afford fundamen-
tal education to all High School students through skill in
communication and ability to read with comprehension. In
addition, the courses are designed to reach students to
think clearly, to write logically and effectively, and to
grasp the humanitarian ideas that are contained in great
Mrs. Bell has a hard time staying awake through her freshman classes.
Mrs. Simmons always has alot of unnecessary help Cbelowj. Some
days Lonnie is just too much for poor Miss Ayers trightj.
Billie Jo Ayers, B.S.
West Texas State
English III and IV
West Texas State
English Il, World
West Texas State
English Ill and IV
West Texas State ,
English I and Il
West Texas State
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English Ideas To The Students 0 Tulia High
Mrs. Allison decides a ehange of pace will do her some good
labovel. Mrs. Perry was at every game backing the Hornets
W tbottom rightj.
Connie Allison, B.S.E.
Abilene Christian College
Spanish, World History
West Texas State
Journalism I, II,
III, P. li.
In Science, students develop a keen outlook in the
field of botany and biology. Biology and general
science teach students the fundamentals and principals
of every day life. These courses acquaint students with
lab procedures and provide background for continuing
scientific study in chemistry and physics.
Donna Allred, B.S.
James Self, B,S.
West Texas State
Sheryl Cook, B.S.
Biology l, II
West Texas State
Tulia High Students
View World Problems
Under the supervision of capable teachers, students are pre-
sented witli a deeper understanding otvaried governments and
common problems concerning tliem.
Students are required to complete a minimum ol' three social
courses in order to graduate: World History, American History
Leroy Roberts. B.S. 84
West Texas State
Millie Goode, B.S.
West Texas State
Tulia High School Vocational Wing Now
Homemaking I learns the basic rules for preparing a meal
Eulah Barnett, B.S.
New Mexico A XL M
Barbara Edwards, B.S.
West Texas State
Geraldine Payne, B.A.
Panhandle A 8a M
Enda Cox, B.B.A.. M.E.
Office Education, OEA
Mary Burgess, B.B.A.,
Texas Tech, West
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Knowing that a great number of students eventually will
go into business, Tulia provides an extensive range of occu-
pational courses. Students in these courses are taught not
only a sense of accuracy that will go with them through all
Home Economics provides instruction and practical
application for girls preparing to become homemakers.
There is Auto Mechanics and Building Trades offered for
F uwlls Training Hopes For The Future Year
Texas A SL M
West Texas State
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P. E. Program Shows
If "'?L 1 H -
It has been a policy of Tulia that its students be fit physically,
as Well as mentally, The physical education program consists of
team sports, individual and dual activities, rhythmic exercises,
and personal health instruction.
Through participation in physical education, Tulia High School
hopes to make a student a more well-rounded individual, able to
apply himself academically.
Varied Personnel Give
Mrs. Thalia lfulkcrson
as c '
This year Tulia was aided by two "special ladies".
Through them, students with particular physical emotional
problems have been able to attend Tulia High and receive the
individual attention they need.
Mrs. Tucker is on duty everyday as school nurse, to HCI as
a health counselor to all students. She was kept busy at the
beginning of the year keeping students health records.
Working in an atmosphere of comfort and friendliness is
Mrs. Thalia Fulkerson. ln charge of academic, college, and
personal counseling and administering various tests, Mrs.
Fulkerson performs her task in a manner topped only by her
The THS Library
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The Library is a room or building kept for the use and
collection of books. The Library can be used in many Grace Scott B-A., MIA
different Ways such as reference for outlines, term papers, North Tgxag State,
and book reports. West Texas State
The Library can be of good help to a student by improv- Librarian
ing his reading ability and interest in reading.
Cafeteria Provides Nourishment For Students
Personnel in cafeteria includes: Ann Langston, Lily Wood, Vera Rousseau, Joyce Love, Rose Schulte, Dorthy Boyett, Lelu Nevins. Connie Ray-
mond, Francis Henderson. Pearlenc Murphy, and Christcne Gunnels.
Custodians Aid In Keeping Tulia High Clean
The custodians of Tulia High School contribute in
making Tulia a better school. Mr. Botello helps put up pos-
ters to encourage school spirit. The custodians also aid in
keeping the heaters in the classrooms working through the
cold winter days.
Seniors Achieve Much Throughout High
EDDIE BARRETT f
Vocational Agriculture, VICA
Choir, FHA, Librarians, Art Club
Auto Mechanics, FFA, Sophomore
Yearbook, Editor, Quill and
Scroll, president, Librarians, Science
Club, FHA ,
FFA, Key Club, T Club, Choir,
FHA, Art Club, Librarians, OEA,
SUZETTE BOYD .
Librarians, Annual Staff, Trans-
fer from San Angelo
FHA, FTA, reporter, Librarians,
Quill and Scroll, vice-president, News-
paper, Editor, Pep Club
DALLANA CARLILE .
FHA, president, Choir, president,
Librarians, FHA State Convention
GARY DON CARLISLE
Band, Interact, director, FTA,
Pep Club, FTA, Librarians, DECA
Student council, vice-president,
National Honor Society, secretary, I
Band, president, VESPA, vice-presi-
dent, Basketball 'A
ANDREA CERDA y
French Club, Pep Club, Spanish
Club, DECA, Choir
KATHIE CHANDLER I
OEA, secretary, National Honor
Society, Student Council, Librarians,
Art Club,.Spanish Club, OEA, Pep
Basketball, DECA, secretary, FHA,
Jr. Sr. Banquet Server, Football,
DELIA COOPER I
Band, OEA, reporter, FTA, Choir,
Auto Mechanics, reporter, FFA,
Agriculture Crop Award, Band
DEBBIE COX r
FTA, OEA, FHA, Librarians, Dis-'
trict typing contest
FFA, VICA Building Trades
MARY LOU DELGADO
French Club, OEA, Spanish Club,
Junior Class Favorite Nominee
T Club , National Honor Society,
Librarians, Student President, Key
SANDY DUBOIS p
FHA, Quill and Scroll, reporter,
OEA, Yearbook, Editor, Band
ALAN DUTTON ,
FFA, Science Club, Key.Club, T
BILLY EARL .
Auto Mechanics, Transfer from
Choir, Football, Basketball
ROSE MARIE ELKINS
FHA, parliamentarian, FTA,
DECA, vice-president, Tennis
Librarians, Key Club, Science
Club, Band, Art Club
FFA, president, Band, Key Club,
T Club, Librarians t -
Science Club, Auto Mechanics,
RANDY FOUTCH '
Librarians, FTA, Science Club,
Exchange Student in Denmark
FHA, Librarians, FTA, OEA,
DAN GARDNER -
FFA, VICA Building Trades I
Spanish Club, Art Club, Librarians
FTA, Interact I
Choir, Science Club, Auto Mech-
anics, DECA, Football
JACK GILLELAND I
FTA, President, Key Club, Stu-
dent Council, French Club, Football
RAY GRAY e
FHA, Spanish Club
FFA, Reporter, Student Council,
Key Club, T Club,Ir. 8a Sr. Banquet
Choir, vice-president, FFA, Secre-
tary, Librarians, Science Club
JO HICKMAN I
FHA, Parliamentarian, French
Club, President, Science Club, Secre-
tary, FTA, National Honor Society
TOMMY HICKMAN '
Art Club, Student Council, Golf,
French Club I
FHA, Vice-president, OEA, vice-
president, Miss Flame, Class Favorite,
Quill and Scroll, treasurer
VICKI J ENNINGS
FHA, Librarians, French Club,
T Club, FFA, vice-president, Key
Club, National Honor Society,Choir
Choir Club, OEA, Basketball
FTA, FHA, Librarians
OEA, Parliamentarian, FTA, FHA,
Librarians, Choir Club 4
KAY. LEE I
FHA, OEA, president, Choir, Sec-
retary, Quill SL Scroll, Secretary, Jr.
Class Treasurer 2 .
SHIRLEY LEE I '
Vespa, president, FHA, Choir,
DEBI LOVE J
FHA, Student Council, National
Honor Society, OEA, Pep Club p
FFA, Auto Mechanics, DECA
Key Club, Band, secretary, drum
major, treasurer, Science Club, Li-
CYNTHIA MICKEY '
FHA, FTA, Art Club, Librarians,
Key'Club, vice-president, T Club,
National Honor Society, vice-presi-
dent, Librarians, Football
AutocMechanics, president, Key
Club, Science Club, Librarians, Stu-
JAN MINCHEW N
Art Club, secretary, Band, FHA,
OEA, Thespians, Key Club, T
Auto Mechanics, DECA
Vespa, Basketball, manager, Pep
Building Trades, reporter, FFA,
StatelBuilding Trades Meeting
Student Council, secretary, FHA
RANDY POPE ,
Vicki POWELL I '
JOE RAMIREZ- , '
Spanish Club, Art Club, Librar-
ians - I J
JOE RAYMOND . I
Art Club, president, Thespian
Club, vice-president, Band, Science
Band, FFA, FTA, Track, Golf
FFA, Auto Mechanics E .
Basketball, Tennis, FHA, Art Club
Basketball, Cheerleader, FHA,
president, Senior Class treasurer, Li-
Jr. and Sr. Banquet Server, FTA,
oEA, FHA, Science Club
CARLA SCHUSTER ,-
Basketball, Vespa, secretary, Na-
tional Honor Society, treasurer,
Librarians, secretary, FTA, treasurer
RHONDA SHARP Q
Librarians, Science Club, FHA,
Art Club, Band
Basketball, FHA, FTA, OEA,
Choir, secretary, FHA, OEA, Key
Club Sweetheart, Miss Flame Nomi-
Auto Mechanics, VICA, treasurer,
Football, Track, Auto Mechanics,
vice-president, VICA, DECA, Parlia-
Choir, Pep Club, Future Nurse's
Spanish Club,OEA '
Football, Track, T Club, Key Club
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Senior Class, vice-president, T
Club, president, Football, Track
TOMMY TURNER ' '
VICA, president, FFA, reporter,
'Attended ,State VICA meeting in Dal-
las, District IV Sweetheart escort
Band, vice-president, Interact,
director, Student Council, Science
Club, VICA ' q
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Band, head twirler, Basketball,
Track, Annual Staff, Jr. and Sr. Ban-
LARRY WELLS J
Junior Class favorite, Track, Foot-
ball, captain, Senior Class, president
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Jr. and Sr. Banquet Server, Stu-
dent Council, OEA, FTA
DECA, reporter, Football, Track,
Quill and Scroll, Science Club ' I
KATHY WHITEHEAD .
FHA, FTA, Choir, Librarians,
District Librarians Convention II and
PAUL WILLIAMS .
Basketball ,'Track, Choir, Regional
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Football, manager, VICA, parlia-
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T115 Seniors AnxiouslyAwait Graduation a
Above: Kathy Whitehead seems to be a little con-
fused in reading her book. Below: Dale O7Daniel and
Tommy -Turner seems to be enjoying their building
trades class very much. I
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Bice, 'J ohnny
Bonds, Van '
Fzmdy Pope. David Lczrvitt, :md Odell Moffctt admire the graduation invitations in trying to decide on how many they will nccd to ordu for
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Seniors In UEA Club Win Float Decoration
Delgado, Mary Lou
The OEA Club of 69-70 Won the float decoration in the Homecoming Parade in honor ofthe Tulia Hornets for the night game.
Students As Well As Players Exhibit Spirit
Elkins, Rose Marie
Above: Rita Stark tried her lizmcil at ringing the bell after Tulia's vic-
tory ovcr Dalhart. Bottom left: Senior boys saw that the Rebel Flag
flew during thc I-lornet's song Dixie. Bottom right: Senior boys
reminisce while eating their last meal at the varsity football table for
the year of I969-70.
Sports Show AppeailiF0r Both Girls Ami Boys
Above: Jerry Dickens despcratelv tries for Z1 fdw more yards. fjord' Rodney
Top right: Tanya Toles tries for point against Slaton. Fouich' Randy i
Fox, Sheila M
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Grziy, Ray Vance
Senior Girls Life Was Unique
Hall, Pe rry
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Above: Seniors anxiously avvaitfor the 4
N koiclock bell which will mean they have
completed their High School Career.
Below: Donna and .laimye were at every
game backing the Hornets.
nderclassmen Look p To The Seniorsl0f,70
Lawson, Brenda V
Leavitt, David D
Lee, Kay V
' Lemonsg Houston
Above: Just because Bryan Finck appears to settle for just Deanne Evans,
she seems to have some feelings for Larry Wells also. Bottom right: Larry
Wells and Randy Pope are trying to persuade Keith lfoster not to invade Se-
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Abovczlcrry Dickens loads the Pledge of Allegiance at
every assembly. Bottom left: Coach Souter is leading the
Senior boys in a strike against studing.
Studentsi Say Gioodbyes To Departmg Senwrs
Top left: JK is slaying .his last goedbye to Mrs.
mons after graduation. Middle left: Chita is having
great diffieglty cleaning opt her locker at the end of' w
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Ulla Provides Answers 0 Senior uestions
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Seniors Blossoms All Year Round Through THS
Above: During Twirp Week Jo had to do the
things Lonnie usually did for her. Bottom
left: Jimmy seems to be saying yes to one of
Debby's questions. Bottom right: Larry dis-
plays his pucker power to Kathy. '
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A group of Seniors decided to go
for a r1de during the extra few mm
utes of lunch.
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THS Seni0Srsi'Sh0w Di erent utlook Un Ll e
Top left: Seniors are proud to show off
their Senior rings. Middle left: Mark hides
his tears at the thought of getting his hair
cut. Middle right: "Van, do you ever ex-
pect to learn English. Bottoni left: Bryan
one of these days, your competitor will
leave for good. Bottom right: Mike put-
ting makeup on Sandy, I
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Of Today G0 Into Making Senior Highlights
Senior Day Is Devoted To Visiting College
Upper right: Girls pause before entering the University
Complex. Middle right: Thesc girls seem busy looking
for college sweatshirts. Lower Left: Pausing to rest
their feet, these girls look at ease in Brown Hall at
West Texas State University, Lower right: Senior girls
visit West Texas. ,I f
Tulia High School gives each Senior the opportunity of visiting a . l
college that he might possibly be thinking of attending in the fall. The new
Seniors journey to the colleges and usually spend some time looking
at the various buildings and visiting with faculty.
ld South Is Theme O Junior Senior Banquet
The Juniors honored the Seniors with a banquet, and this
year the theme was 'The Old South". Servers were selected
from the Sophomore Class and were dressed in the old south
tradition. A fine meal was served by the Ezra Jones Cafeteria
and both the Junior and Senior class members seemed to en-
joy themselves as they relived the days of the old south.
Upper left: The Grand March was a very impressive sight. Upper right
The servers seem to be having a very enjoyable time. Lower left: The
theme this year was the "Old South". The cafeteria was decorated in
the southern tradition with an old mansion being the focus point.
Seniors Review Their Past In An Assembl
Every year a Senior Assembly is given to take
a look into the past and remember the last four
years of high school life. To remember all of the
fun and excitement, but also the sorrow and
tears that were shed in the course that these
young people chose to go.
Upper right: J oe Raymond and Melanie Butler read the Senior Wills.
Lower right: Seniors have two likes-motorcycles and girls.
Middle right: The Tug-Of-War is acted out by a group of strong Seniors.
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1970 went to Palo Duro Canyon. They left
early in the morning attired for a picnic, and re-
turned late that evening caked with mud, wet,
dirty clothes, and several cases of sunburn, wind-
burn and Devil's Slide burn.
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Dinner was catered by Sutphcn's from Amarillo. Lower left: These girls seem
to bc buried in their thoughts. Lower right: Sponsors going were Coach
Painter, Mr. Pollard, Mrs. Goode and Mrs. Allred.
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THE ROAD GOODBYE
The road I took was named Goodbye
The path looked strange. I wondered why
It left familiar things behind.
A hand caught mine . . . I paid no mind.
The stranger never once did say
Just what had brought him on my way.
On we went, and some afraid
I wished I hadnit come, but stayed.
All the friends that I once knew
Took a road named Goodbye too.
There were no two roads just the same
Though all were called Goodbye by name
The road went ong we went on too,
And I was sad, for then I knew
That never could I be the same
Having walked down Goodbye Lane.
And though I couldnit understand
We walked together hand in hand.
We said no words, but just walked on,
I thought of things now past and gone.
I thought of games I'd lost and won,
I thought of all the things lid done,
I thought of those I loved and cared,
Of times we'd had, of things we'd shared.
I thought of those Iid come to know.
Just knowing themethey'd helped me so.
I thought of things, of tears I'd shed . . .
Those same things now brought smiles instead
The tasks I'd done, those left to do
I wondered how I'd make it through
When something inside seems to say,
"The best you can from day to dayf,
The way was roughg I knew the score,
It never ends . . . thereis always more.
But now I know that all in all
Each thing in its won place will fall.
I thought of all the happy days,
The sad ones now just seemed a haze,
And in a flash I came to see
How much the past had meant to me.
We walked along-I wondered where
The future led and what was there.
The past still echoed from behind
I was its, and it was mine.
But in my heart was still a fear,
And in my eye a shining tearg
Yet on my face there was a smile,
And we walked forward all the while,
I walked along the road Goodbye.
I looked back once . . . I heaved a sigh.
Then I remembered at my sidef
My silent, but my constant guide.
The stranger's hand I felt in mine.
I looked into his face this time.
I asked his name-he turned just so,
He smiled and said, 'Tm called Hello."
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Top right: Deanne Evans tries to retrieve all of her candy before someone
else gets it. Bottom left: Jaimye Crawford goes through her motions for
the FHA Club. Right bottom: Patti Powell tries to decide exactly where
she got lost.
TH S Juniors 6Deck The Halls' For Homecoming
Above: Vicki tries to hide in a locker, so Mr. Pollard won't see her
short dress. Top rihtz During Homecoming the Junior's decorated
their hall for the Hornets. Bottom right: Jan, Denice, and Monica let
their feet breath.
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Top left: Randy and Marci are flipping coins to see who will do the
homework this time. Top right: lt seems that one ofthe Junior girls
told a good joke, sure wish they would tell the rest of us. Bottom left
Steve is trying his best to hammer the nail in without breaking off the
Facult Aid Juniors Through Di icult Times
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Above: Tommy Anderson can hardly Wait for his change when his
mind is on the food. Middle right: Vicki Jones tries to get into her
locker again. Maybe she will be able to get in next time. Bottom right:
Danny Potter sure is a messy painter. Thanks to Mrs. Hipp he stays
cleaner in Art.
Juniors Stick Together Throughout The Year
Top left: Deunne seems to think she is the one leading the band in marching
Above: Juniors have 21 little fun on the merry-go-round betore they bctome
seniors. Below: Jo Beth thinks her shorthand looks like ehitken
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Above: Debbie Boyett and Tommy Golden show their secret to popularity.
Below: Scott Bliss says that Scope could not have been left for him be-
cause he couldn't have bad breath. Are you the Green Phantom?
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lo it for him. Upper right: Charles is charging up before his next class. Above: Juniors are doing their part to stump out acne pimples.
Juniors Work Together To Better Tulia High
Above: Cheryl Kleman and Ronald Chandler work together to make
Tulia High a better school. Middle right: David Teel and Malcom
Hefley showed their Whitefaee at the Tulia Fat Stock Show. Bottom
right: Layne Williamson seems to have forgotten his comic book
again for the tenth time this week.
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Upper left: Lyndcll Murrell tries to hide so that Mr. Whitten
won't call on him. Bottom right: Malcolm l-leflcy looks bcwil
dercd as he begins to study for his finals. Below: .lan and
Aubrey go ily hunting.
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Above: Charlotte Doan and Dewey Bryant try to decide
what to take home to the family, during the band trip to
Amarillo, Far left: Bandsmen were ready to start to Amaril-
Q lo, where they were to demonstrate their marching skills.
Drama Department Presents A School Assembly
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Top left: Sophomores help the school band by play
ing during the pep rallies. Bottom left: It seems
that some of the sophomores stayed up too late
last night studying.
F F A Boys Show Their Livestock In Tulia Show
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there. Far right: Paul tries to decide which pig to play with
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assembly to the students.
Future Nurses Prepare To Aid The Communit
Below: THS Future Nurses of America anxiously await
to go out and heal the world. Far right: Sharla Cosby
decided that Ralph had been in there entirely too long.
Thompson, Joe Bob
Vaughn, Dee Ann
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start her picture. Bottom left: Jackets were presented
to the boys lettering for the first time in football.
Freshmen Take Part In Various Organizations
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Freshmen band members participate
in the Amarillo Parade with the band.
THS Freshmen Experience New esponsibility
Top right: Mr. Cox is trying to show his Algebra stu-
dents the techniques of interest.
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play on the Hornet team. Bottom right: Bonnie and Ronda came
prepared for the cold game.
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Abernathy, Leslie 68,109
Alsup, Simona 31 ,32,68,74,187
Atwood, Martin 39,47,53,118,187,94
Atwood, Richard 31,53,108,197
Avent, Jon 109,205
Barnes,.Iim Bob 197
BARRETT, EDDIE 52,164
Barrow, Sammy 197
Basaldue, Santos 197
BASHAM, CHARLES 164
BASHAM, DON 164
Bauer, Rhonda 187
BERRYMAN, PATRICIA 164
BICE, JOHNNY '164
Bivins, Laguita 29,34,205
Black, Nicky 187
Bliss, Scott 31,47,53,69,187,l92
Bliss, Tod 53,68,109,205
BLOUNT, SUSIE 34,57,74,164
BONDS, VAN 36,43,53,100,102,105,l64,175
BOOKOUT, DONNA 14,15,18,32,34,57,80,86,164
Bookout, Sharon 31,34,47,127,197
Borchardt, K. Linn 29,32,34,47,197
Boston, Sue 30,128,205
BOYD, SUZETTE 29,31,34,74,164
BREITLING, KATHY 29,31,32,34,74,75,164,174
Brookins, Freddie 109,119
Brookins, Gilbert 43,102
Brookins, Mae 197
Bryan, Regina 68,79,128,205
Bryant, Dewey 26,69,109,119
Burrow, Roberta 32,197
BUTLER, MELANIE 22,29,34,40,41,54,68,85,l65
CARLILE, DALLANA 29,34,54,55,65,63,l65
CARLISLE, GARY 31,69,165
Carlton, Carla 26,27,29,134,35,68,187
CARROLL, BRENDA 165
CARTER, JO 26,31 ,28,32,34,38,39,44,57,66,69,70,121 ,
CERDA, ANDREA 165
Cerda, Elodia 30,205
CHANDLER, KATHIE 26,29,32,34,38,56,57,165,90
Chandler, Ronald 34,36,39,43,147,53,102
CHAPA, EMMA 57,60,165
Childress, Bill Tom 53,69
CLARK, BEVERLY 29,66,69,71 ,165
CLARK, FREDA 46,165
Clark, Mitchell 53,109,205
Clark, Rita 45,123,126,205
Clary,Debra Sue 205
COOK, GARY 48,85,165
Cook, Jan 123,126,188,139
COOPER, DELIA 56,57,165
COSBY, MICHAEL 48,165,176
Cosby, Sharla 34,197,202
COX, DEBRA 29,34,57,166,174
Crawford, Steve 43,53,l08,l97
Dallas, Rita l4,29,32,34,45,23,26,188
Davis, Donna 128,205
DELGADO, MARY LOU 57,60,61,165
DICKENS, JERRY 12,26,36,37,38,43,47,l00,101,102,
DUBOIS, SANDY 29,42,57,69,74,167,175
Dubois, Beverly 34,35,47,127,198
Dunn, Debbie 26,68,128,205
DUTTON, ALAN 36,39,43,47,53,102,107,167
EARL, BILLY 167
Ebeling, Allan 53,109,1l9,132
EBELING, STANLEY 43,104,167
Edwards, Leah Beth 47,138,198
Edwards, Tony 53,108,1 19,206
Eggemeyer, Mary Jane 34,206
ELKINS, ROSE MARIE 46,85,l67,172
ELLERD, RALPH 29,34,36,47,69,73,167
Elliff, Becky 32,34,35,39,47,138,188
Ellis, Sonja 188
Elmore, Larry 188
Escabedo, Robert 109,206
Evans, Deanne 29,31 ,32,34,35 ,51 ,66,68,71,74,170,187,
Evans, Nancy 31,68,188
FINCK, BRYAN 18,31,32,33,43,36,37,43,53,85,l04,
FINCK, JIM 69,168
Finck, Zane 34,198
Fisher, Vicki 128,206
Fleming, Debra 30,65,206
Flores, Aaron 188
Flowers, Doug 29,32,34,35,36,43,53,104,188
Flowers, Roger 53,69,109,206
FORD, RODNEY 168
Foster, Keith 109,119,170,206
Foster, Nathan 68,206
Foster, Tamara 30,59,188
FOUTCH, RANDY 32,36,47,l68
Foutch, Ricky 29,32,34,69,l88,130
Fox, Jimmy 34,53,69,l09,206,132
FOX, SHEILA 29,32,56,57,168
Galloway, Brenda 30,206
Galyen, Gay 34,55,128,206
Garcia, David 109
Garcia, Delia 198
GARDNER, DAN 168
Gardner, Earl 51,188
GARZA, RENEE 31,34,60,72,75,168
Gayler, Johnny 198
GEORGE, DAVID 168
GILLELAND, JACK 168
GLASSCOCK, DANNY 32,36,39,58,1 13,117,168
GLEASON, MIKE 43,100,101,103,104,105,106,107,
Gonzales, Lupie 206
Gonzales, Ruben 51,189
Gonzales, Tony 189
Gore, Vickie 29,34,69,189
GRAY, RAY VANCE 51,168
GUZMAN, SUSIE 60,169
HALL, PERRY 26,31,36,43,53,74,169
Harlin, Robert 62,206
HARMAN, JIMMY 47,53,l69,62,63
Harris, David 88,198
Harris, Shelley 22,30,32,34,4l,47,74,189
Hawkins, Sharon 32,39,47,138,189
Hawthorne, Larry 53,109,119
Hayhurst, Bonnie 36,55,89,128,206,208
Heard, Marilyn 34,198
Henthorn, Robert 69,l09,119,206
Hernandez, Ramona 30,206
HICKMAN, JO 21,32,38,39,47,58,59,169,174
HILL, DEBBY 29,34,56,57,169,79,42
Holland, Billy 32,34,36,41 ,43,1 04,198,203
House, Gary 53,l09,132,206
Howard, Rodney 53,104,206
Irlbeck, Bunny 30,34,47,l38,l89
Jackson, Billy 189
Jackson, David 53,109,119,206
Jackson, Janet 32,63,189
JENNINGS, VICKI 21,29,34,39,54,169,63
Jennings, Steve 39,47,68,189
Jennings, Tommy 31 ,47,68,188
Jones, Tony 53,68,109,119,132,206
JORDAN, RANDY 31,34,35,39,4l,43,47,65,112,l13,
Reiss, Kandy 34,55,69,75,208
Rhodes, Steve 201
RICE, KEITH 48,173
ROBERTS, CORNELIA 45,84,125,126,138,139,173
ROBERTS, DELTAH 12,14,26,29,34,38,85,92,80,l73
Rogers, Aubrey 36,43,l03,l06,192
ROSSI, DENICE 57,173,188
Rousseau, Paul 36,53,108,200,201
Salas, Esequiel 208
Sanderson, Janet 34,69,208
Sanderson, Paul 53,69,192
Scheller, Connie 173
SCHUSTER, CARLA 29,32,38,57,173
Schwede, Gary 34,36,43,47,192
Scott, Betty 208
Scott, Larry 208
Scott, Shirley 192
Scroggins, Tommy 208
Sefcik, Carson 201
SHARP, MARSHA 29,32,34,35,38,39
SHARP, RHONDA 24,59,173,174
Sherrod, Charles 34,192,193
Simmons, Renee 208
SIMON, ANNETTE 32,57,74,174
SINGER, LLOYD 26,29,34,36,47,174
Smith, Carrolyn 29,32,34,47,201
Smith, Denis 68,208
Smith, Dianne 208
Smith, Lynn 52,108,115,117,201
STARK, RITA 32,37,57,80,167,174
STARNES, DICK 46,174
Stephens, David 53,108,201
STEPHENS, RANDY 46,174
Story, Larry 93
Sturgess, Robert 26,193
Subealdea, Eleazar 193
Teafatiller, Barry 53,69,193
Teafatiller, Kerry 53,133
THOMAS, KAY 30,175
Thompson, Joe Bob 26,36,108,118,202
Thornton, Tim 34,36,37,39,43,106,193
Toles, Tanya 14,29,32,34,44,45,48,62,9
Torres, Esther 157
Torres, Idalia 30,208,138
Travis, Doug 29,31 ,34,35,75,193
TREADWAY, LONNIE 32,36,43,107
TUCKER, DARYL 36,43,53,107,175
TURNER, TOMMY 164,175
TYLER, JIMMY 26,31,66,69,70,175
Vaughn, David Rex 208
Vaughn, Dee Ann 202
Vaughn, Gary 53,109,208,132
Vaughn, Janis 30,34,39,54,193
Nita 55 69 128 209
Watson, Jimmy 31 ,47,60,68,108,202
Weaks, Victor 209
WELLS, LARRY 19,25,26,36,37,43,85
WELLS, SANDY 32,34,57,175
WESLEY, MIKE 46,47,175,42
Wheeler, Eddie 53,119,209
Whigham, Sandra 32,47,138,194
WHITE, RICKEY 175
WHITEHEAD, KATHY 29,32,34,54,57
Whitehead, Sharon 68,128,209
WILLIAMS, PAUL 40,41,176
Williamson, Layne 53,194
WILLIS, NELLY 54,62,63,176
Wilterding, Shelly 34,55,l69,209
Wilterding, Steven 51 ,108,1 89,200
Wood, Billy 52,203
Young, Johnny 31 ,47,68,79,203
Zapata, Connie 209
Mary Jane 60,203
YANDELL, JIMMY 48,176
Keeter, Harold 34,53,108,l99
KEIM, JOHNNY 53,169
KIKER, JIMMY 21,36,38,43,53,101,170,l74
Kirkland, Kathy 30,109
Kirkland, Steve 53,207
Kleman, Keith 53,109,207
LARAMORE, CLAUDETTE 57,170,173
Laramore, Ronnie 53,109,207
Lavender, Jack 199
LAWSON, BRENDA 29,32,34,39,170
LEAVITT, DAVID 165,170
Lee, Betty 29,34,124,207
LEE, CONNIE 32,56,57,170
LEE, KAY 56,57,74,170,42
LEE, SHIRLEY 44,75,123,l26,170
LEMONS, HOUSTON 48,170
Long, Diane 30,32,34,l99
Loring, Marci 31 ,189,l90,79
LOVE, DANNY 36,46,47,65,171
LOVE, DEBI l4,15,38,57,80,85,171
Love, Rhonda 55,69,128,207,208
Lucano, Elizabeth 69,75,207
Luera, Beatrice 20,32,34,58,l99
McBride, Barton 53,200
MCCASLIN, EDDIE 171
MCCASLIN, EUGENE 53,190
McCaslin, Kenny 69,109,207
McCaslin, Teddy 53,69,108,118,200
MCCLANAHAN, GERALD 20,36,43,10l
MCCOY, DEBBIE 44,45,74,126,172
McCune, Sandra 32,79,200
McKone, Robert 36,43,53,107,203
McPherson, Mary 30,32,200
McWilliams, Linda 172
Mahaney, Randy 189,191
Martin, Debbie 34,199
MARTIN, MIKE 36,66,67,69,70,171
Martinez, Rita 207
MASON, PATSY 171
Maughan, Denny 207
Meador, Keith 34,53,69,19l
MEADOR, WADE 53,67,69,171
Medina, Eva 60,199
Metcalf, Nancy 34,199
MICKY, CYNTHIA 40,41,73,l7l
MILLER, MARK 26,29,34,36,47,171
Miller, Sharon 32,137,199
MINCHEW, JAN 22,41,68,72,171,l88
Minehew, Kirk 53,109,207
Mireles, Ernest 109,207
Mitchell, Roger 59,207
MOFFETT, ODELL 36,40,41,43,57,68,10
Moore, Lee 39,191
Moore, Robert 34,200
Morris, Sherry 207
Mote, Ronald 109,1I9,207,l32
Murrell, Lyndell 191,195
NEVINS, DALE 48,172
Nobile, Sue 34,128,207,133
OJDANIEL, DALE 53,164,172
Oler, Karen 191
Parks, Diane 55,128,207
Patton, Howard 26,69,192
Patton, Russell 53,69,l09,l 19,207
Perez, Tony 47,192
Perrin, Ernie 200
Phillips, Charlotte 31 ,34,68,88,200
Pohlmeier, Brian 53,l09,200,203
POHLMEIER, MAUREEN 26,25,29
POPE, RANDY 36,43,86,89,l0l,106,167,
Potter, Danny 26,36,43,73,106,190
, Debbie 29,127,200
, Gary 53,79,1l9,207
, Patty 26,28,39,45,52,54,66,68,71,1
POWELL, VICKI 172
Quintanilla, Sammy 144,115,117,200
Ramirez, Joe Louis 29,34,172
Ramirez, Sylvia 60,192
Raught, Cynthia 55,128,208
RAYMOND, JOE 22,40,41,59,72,172,85
RAYMOND, STEVE 32,173
Some Will Leave
Some Will Stay
NONE WILL FORGET
And All The lVlen And Women Merely
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