Tuloso Midway High School - Warbonnet Yearbook (Corpus Christi, TX)

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She was named "Super Fan" by the football team and to add to this honor we, the 1975 Warbonnet Staff, dedicate this, the 1975 Warbonnet to you. Mrs. Violet Charn has spread her happiness and spirit throughout the school everywhere she goes. She seems to take some of the drudgery out of opening your books each day and study- ing, which is an accomplishment each teacher would like to achieve. TUDE T LIFE Smiles. This is one of the many expressions we use to show our feelings towards others. A smile can change anyone's dull days into "Happy Days." p':1sQtff-Asif , f f kg, ff, 'sig . ,T..,... 3 E I Am- ' ' ww L. ,vw-gm ,T Wm- Q fU,f' N N2 4 m ' 1 Fmvfsmi fl ,,, g,,,,,,, , -Q. ,ff if iv Participation is a way to find "Happy Days." Students par- ticipate in many ways. Crowding the stands and giv- ing support to the athletic team is one way to partici- pate in building school spirit. T, JT , vffyi 7 .l- w Qgwg, , 42.4 ' , J 1 ,, .W V! f ,J v g M .sf ,, ,,. . , , ,, ,, 2 ' ' . " ::'v 5W'-Jzimzsfq Z 1 6 .1 f Km' fl F . fb' , ' A, M ,M fm ' Q5 f f 1 ie? W 1.4 , W QW 4' r V" ff-.'N,Y'!. L, ,,.- m,.W,N,,,. . . ,, . , . W, , . ,.,f, A ,.,,.M- :e.N,.....-wp' N. Qi E HAPPY DA YS! t Many festivities occur during the school year at T-M. Lendal Adams, Barbara Pear- son, Mark Caka, Nancy Graham, and Bob Morgan are dressed up like the 1950's. They were on their way to a Hop, which the Junior class sponsored. With the atmosphere of the Gatsby Days, Peggy McNabb was chosen as the 1974 Homecoming Queen. Ronnie Khun seems to be having a good time goofing off, but with a 9 wins and 1 loss for the football teams record, you can tell there wasn't much goofing off. John Burkhardt was Santa Claus for the children from the Beeville Home as Student Council celebrated their 20th Anniversary for hav- ing the under-privileged children. All of these events revolve around many "Happy Days" that we have at T-M. Competition is a key to "Happy Days." In school activities, competition plays a major role in accepting the results in time of victory or defeat. The pride in knowing you did your best will always be there. The school pride will never die. we li' Q1 tl ISU' 14 QF in-of Vik' ,fa EPQKPOIKCZS SIUE CHIHPYQNS O F370 1 M- Determination is needed to achieve the established goals in life. The goals may range from a senior receiving his diploma, or a student playing an admirable game of volley- ball, to a vocalist putting on a good show. 5- W Q K 2 shed Q-' --unnuunnu, -uma-mu..-. no--w-.- i ua---.-q nu-..--... Qg 5, Q0 6, Q ......... 5 Q. '11 fbgyxvn 44 61 ,F 47 f ...r Learning is not only studying for an exam, but participat- ing and competing in activi- ties, which require determi- nation and concentration. One may gain greater self- awareness and achieve goals never dreamed before while competing. Achievement is the key to happiness. Z .fv!zf"'waf.f-ffff' " f VQ??43"'fW'? ' A '35s:? 91 " 3 LW' t t 9212? lifliil if-wi fffyfw rl I 'Y POWDER- PUFP Gwen Bentley tries to gain a little more yardage. fFar lefty: Jeff Ilseng dazzles the crowd with his big, sweet smile and shapely fig- ure. 4MiddleJ: Ion Ilseng smiles with pride as he accepts the title, King of the Tuloso-Midway Powderpuff ceremonies. Congratulations J on! SENIOR TRIP The 1975 Seniors spent a three day week-end in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area visiting various amusements includ- ing Six Flags. i , x , 45 0 t 45 rn, vita i Robert Wagner, Wes Bevley, Ronny Kuhn, Charlie Hatch and Mitch Copeland look like they've all tried it. The question is did they all like it 1 l ' v QQ 225 Micki Payne seems to be saying, "Don't you wish you looked like leana Haynes uses an over-exaggerated smile to pose for the pho- me?" tographer . Susan Pownell, Debbie Haynie, Tricia Bedford and Jane McCa11ister stare through the glaring sun- shine to see who is taking this picture. Debi Montgomery and Teri Rose seem to have found something interesting to look at. CRight3: Is it the chair that's oversized or is it Jeana Haynes? What kind of expression would you consider that on Lorinda Cake? GRADUA TIO Every year there comes the time when the realization hits the seniors that it's all over for them at good ole' T- M. Then tears come and friendships become a little closer for a small while. Then the time for jobs, college etc. comes and meeting more people. The times at T-M may be happy, sad, or really bad for some but - for all they will not be forgotten. Steve Sims makes his valedictory address at graduation. Dr. A. D. Norris gave the message to the seniors at Baccalaureate . I . D. Hofer seems very solemn as he walks Susan Pownell makes her Salutatory speech at graduation. down the aisle in the auditorium . zo i E Steve Sims smiles as he is the first to sit in the designated section for the seniors to sit. A mass shot of the seniors at Baccalaureate as they listen atten- tively to the message. l tv A11 Ronny Kuhn raises his hands in relief that it is almost the end . Mr. Lemma , principal . announces each oncoming event during graduation ceremonies . CLeftJ: The school board and administrators stand as the seniors enter. 1: J P931 1 Q..- 15 y Xp la-L, 'WQXMEQJ ff Butch Crawford, Steve Sims, lon llseng, and Ronny Kuhn accept their first place medals in the mile relay. . ,.a ' 3 if H l', fa ,lf 3356 l 5 . ' 1. 9 , ,lg 'ak ,vigil ll Hsf -' C . f, at W 1' ' if .pri ,I R if rrllr -G -. .J aff f I L 'ls - K, i E35 'Nil ' ' 5, Mrs. Swift helps Cynthia Cantrell get her homemaking project done. W 1' Officer Jim Nelson talks to the government classes about Police Community Relations. .--f-"' ,....-- M 1 QS n 2 . is ws s y i Exif A osvrsrsv 4 e , ' N Nw hx XJR as 'xp Ronald Norskow pulls himself up to look over the roof at the person on the roof. si M - QFar lefty: Roxy Sholz prepares sheet music for Mr. Svetlik as Cmiddley Tricia LeBlanc k. assists. Mrs. Peggy Rhyne participates with the faculty in spreading spirit among the students and faculty. Mrs. Ava Hoover lectures to her government classes. ,., N "Springfield West" entertains the people attending the prom. s. Sandra Ervin seems to be enjoying something that Jane McCa11ister or Lorinda Caka was saying. I! 6 E ,wg wi .A 1 f. 1, Michael Carlock takes time off from working to look into the eye of the camera. Jennifer Nesloney seems very intent in finishing her homemaking project . ' saw I as Tricia Bedford discusses the procedure of Now you know what's on Mark Vickery's mind. the day with me kids' Y 't'g ORIGINAL T-M STUDENTS: Front row Cl-rj: Baldemar Reyes, Bruce Adams, Juanita Cantu, Alfredo Garcia, Pam Eccleston, Rhonda Camp. Robin l-lix, Rudy Rios. 2nd row Cl-ry: Martin Cardona, Randy Pitts, Maria Newman, Ricky Reed, Roy McGee, Maxine Ebert, Bobbie McKenzie, Charlie Hatch. 3rd row C1-rj: I. D. Hofer, Irene Hernandez, Cathy Cox, Debbie Haynie, Suzanne Borrer, Georgia Mikeal, Joe Rodriguez. 4th row Cl-rj: Arnold Alvarez, Ieana Haynes, Mary Najvar, Billie Elliott, Ronald Rushing, Steve Sims, Dean Gulley, Glenda Wesson, Jennifer Mulhollan, Ronny Kuhn. Gina Little must have had a big night. QW" Coach Bill Rhyne looks as if he enjoys his kiss of congratulations from Io Anne Todd for winning the "Pretty Legs" contest. David Crider seems pretty intent on his phone conversation. Hm! I wonder who it could be now? Sue Reyna smiles sweetly through a forked uee. fMidd1eJ: Tommy Miller seems to be asking "Who Me?" h 3 , 'I 'ii' 1' ff ,,,f,akl.4Ef5f5ff'f'1f?, Q 'M s swf V . A. l-l -L-L f - More, please?" pleaded Joel Rhyne. ,., rf: 'W' wf-?,?'f" ,, ffNLLf'V'1'Qfdv6:"s.,'2V+'1'w"' lfJ"5 ' .. fw4gfmw,m:",w' .J f -, ,L ,,.. f ,J-:','.., V 'j"fi"'i' 7' A .,,, 1141"-j' . - ' ' far'?35'1" -, , ,p fr -Wmuyw wM:'lps4l"p, ' . mf fa' f ff J' ' If4:'r .,,, y 1,4159 .... M a soft landing. Connie Talley thinks her tongue is needed at times . .. 5 1 3 n f K La M-" N Kelly Krietsch has that starry look in his eyes. He couldn't be thinking about auto mechanics. 4 F , tt V , f VL ,, X ' 1 Denny Wright and Debbie White both seem to be stuck on their Smoke Signal work. . Q uma as E n f.1.f,!. o s Q ox 5 ll i ,pmpxm 5,316- , what :MEFF Steve Sims takes time to rest from all of the school activities he takes part in . .wwf Mr. Clay Sayers sure seems to keep his class alert. Rose Casarez also uses the muscles in her face to go a little faster in her race . Sandra Ervin doesn't know what she can do to help Rhonda Camp so, - she just smiles. Mayvic Luby prepares her sailboat for another day of sailing. wi: . ,. I Eat your heart out! T-M students wait impatiently for the children from the Beeville Baptist Children's Home to get off the bus. 5 CFar lefty: Mrs. Violet Cham has her own ways of adding spirit during the pep rallies. QLefty: Brenda Black announces the next yell to be done at the pep rally. x I "A OTHER PARK OTHER 5U DA Y" T- Robin Hix and Ronald Rushing read Lhe wills. Mark Martiello seems to be enjoying the music. XVV ,:, Qin' uf .M ,.,, The guests pick from a variety of foods provided at the banquet. Carol Bernsen and Robert Lange read the Prophecies The 1975 Junior-Senior Prom was held at Pharaohs Country Club. The theme for this year's prom was "Another Park Another Sunday. " the Wills and Prophecies were read. gi After the delicious buffet style dinner, Springfield West, of Austin, provided X the music which added to the prom's 3 success. , Q Connie Talley and David Cook show their "excitement" when dancing to Springfield west. ,M 4"A 'WWA ' The guests at the prom relished the superb dishes which were provided at the banquet. BURUELLS si Brian Bentley strains every muscle in order to put the ball in just the right place. Q. N 1 y ,ggui w,iWK R HTCAREYFLMRQ HUFFSR mem: FOOD OWN 1 0 91185 Rodney Alexander thinks, "Oh, how I wish I was in there playing!" Steve Yoakum says, "I'm ready now take it stupid. " , i 2 X are H , ,4 ,,.?,.... , -..Nl ...Wg ,.,,, X .... , .-- .L ,..,,. ... . ,...... 1 P, PS. V., ,,,,,, " LJ -,,- I f a V I" .N e f -f:,, fwfr- 5 fr I 9 W . l l O I I Yikym QF!" lag, w' an? QQ ggf' rsh? .wg,yw,e4f' I givin 'x v x xx A - Wk I ,QI 'q C94 , 'W ,GI ., qlwkgz-, A I V ., f-1" f, h ' J f- .Q 3209 ,' . t 1 LN '1 Q 1 14.454 -' ko -Sr 5' 1... The T-M band forming the TR at the Astro Blue-Bonnet Bowl at Houston. Randy Hilton says "Now I've got 'em under my control! " Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Delgado get down to the music of "Springfield Now can you hear me? West" at the Junior-Senior prom. It's been one of those nights for Tim Cascadden. Justin Moulder seems to be saying "Uh! " Cindy Elliott grits her teeth in fear that she will Billy Bain displays what he thinks is be passed. a great physique. I 'i f ' 'Aff 'M X ' "" ""f'.,s7 Q' QQTQQ., ' ' Q' Q65 P' . .I 2 , K 4? fr ' . 1 ' MTU " " , ' A Q C C P, rf! tj if PS l . K 1V,, It jf ,j 1 43. -'.. ,,. ig? .mf fr ' 5 x ' if f ' 'W"i W We 5 Ffg'w,w , Q K C , ,,. ,.., tj ' .J, U za i r W H ,x K Cheerleader Teresa Spreen displays a poster made by the elementary saying, "We Are Proud Of You." it-SQ!! S . K Jerry Elliott stares intently into space . A , .A-mr , , X QNX N T-M students stand honoring the team as they come into the gym. ! 1 if C VK, a! ' Io Anne Todd and Robbie Adams watch intently as Cathy Cox decorates one of the Valentine Cakes. Ricky Hoelscher likes what he sees. John Arispe, Johnny Corbin, Scott Waycoff and Wayne Melton help Mr. Hickman make the aquarium K :ma f . 1... Q'-qiiw --f Bobby Niksich takes time out to give the photographers a quick smirk. 244 fLeftJ: Coach Max Martin smiles as he walks onto the field. 4RightJ: What exactly does Rhonda Camp and Jeff Bouldin have to hide? . Qs Willa Warf spreads spirit during the games. Robin Rathemell weaves around the opponent "5 Bobby Niksick finally finds the right position to reach that faulty part. CLefrJ: Sally Brink- man stands ready to rebound the ball. CRightJ: A trophy was awarded to the Spring Athletic Department for com- piling the most points in the region. e I 2 ' is Y ......, g S 5 n LN l N-3? Fred Frederick looking very senous after having accepted hi show . -,A RN j X W 4 Q . Si ' This will be one of the few moments when Baldemar Reyes has been seen without a smile on his face. wp?-f The J V. team members help Dale Dreyer after Mr. Wineland hugs some mysterious clowns. his race. Coach Jack Bell seems to be talking only to Mark Vickery. What did he do this time? pain . NHL .,,.,' J X , ' . QLeftJ: Dale Dreyer tries desperately to cover the 1 J , . .' ' ' . 4 -' , . ' , ' A31 u a 0 'mia' - ' ' 'ii . ' ' - ,. ,' ,' - . W, H' .sgrhF.s,3. ..- -0 ',, I , '.f- '-9 - f ' L ' p-,WN - Q ,tgjgtf-1 - Y 'f '11 .ug I , -dv f - - s --tt, f W 3 gk ' " ' ' 5 . . gt . , , , sr ,E , MQ in ' . f :F , f' '- ' . I i .: , Q ' ' , Q 'K V 21 :kk k .21 0 1 I .N ' ' s ig, , .... 31 L ,- . at ' fs at f feast, ,, -. Mrs. Swift laughs as she talks to her Home and Fam ily Living students. ATIO ALHO OR SOCIETY g ' vu.. -iv- NEW MEMBERS: From row Cl-rj: Donna Fischer, Janie Cortez, Yolanda Ortiz, Betra Kendrick, Mayvic Luby, Becky Blackwood, Teresa Spreen, Glynna Wilson, Jo Anne Todd, Melesa Spreen, Barbara Huber, Butch Harris. 2nd row Cl-ry: Mary Webb, Lorinda Caka, Sandra Allen, Debbie Hatch, Janet Bumside, Susan Davis, Norma Martinez, Diana Alaniz, Joe Rodenberg, Daryl Brown, Robert Lange, Mark Mar- tiello, Jimmy Overton. 3rd row C1-rj: Darlene Cook, Susan Kocurek, Diane DeVries, Mark Haven, Ieana Haynes, Debbie Haynie, Dale Dryer, Robert Wagner, Alan Shrader, Bobby Nichols, David Cook, Brad Miller. Back row Cl-rj: Wes Bevly, Carol Bemsen, Paul Hickey, Michael Dodson, John Burkhardt. Arnold Garcia, Chris Kilgore, Ricky l-loelscher, Jeff Bouldin, Larry Smith, Ion Ilseng. SECOND YEAR MEMBERS: Front row 41-rj: Tricia Bedford, Robin Hix. 2nd row Cl-ry: Susan Pownell, Steve Sims, Mary Najvar, Maxine Ebert, Cathy Cox. Suzanne Borrer. 3rd row Cl-rj: Orville Ballard, sponsor, Willa Warf, Diane Hancock, Mickie Payne, Brian Bentley, Glenda Wesson, Ronald Rushing, Maria Newman, Sandra Ervin, Jennifer Mulhollan, Grace DeLaPaz, sponsor. ATHLETICS l 4 4 Y w X WARRIOR FOOTBALL SEASON The Warriors finished the 1974-'75 season with a 9-1 record, for the first time since 1954-55. A pass inter- ception in the end zone by Gregory-Portland cost T-M the game and zone title. The Warrior's most crucial games were victories against Sinton and Calallen, and the defeat by Gregory-Portland. Congra tula tions Warriors!! CTop lefty Coach Bill Rhyne promotes school spirit by using one of his many expressions during the pep rallies. .1 , ,Z , l , , - Q TF ' Q Q su ,- ,1 f X . ,L V' I . lk' i , . h Q' Ll 'ne ' ' rv, -f" Ag' 14 ' ff! ' Hi' 4 ns, ,A 1 'lu sh , '- x w e 3 5 ' , ' my ,EIS 1455 " O A. C l 3. 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' ' .f A 1 f - ,If we , , , :,,,9 .,. V Allyn: ,, , .,,.r I 2.2 Q?r,,,,5f,a5fzfgi,ffr. ..,, ftgwwyfgf, , r ,sf VARSITY: Bottom row fl-ry: Butch Harris, David Crider, Arnold Adame, Alfredo Garcia, Robert Lange, Pete Lopez, David Luna, Joel Rhyne. Manuel Cabrera. 2nd row fl-rj: Jeff Srp, Bobby King, Richard Pritchett, David Najvar, Brad Miller, Jon Ilseng. Baldernar Reyes, Ricky Iongema, Coach Stanley Pfeil. 3rd row C1-rl: Coach Calvin Tucker, Roy Laughlin, Chuck Huff. Gary Nesloney, James Fortner, Butch Craw- ford, Alan Shrader, Jerry Elliott. Boyce Curry, Dale Dreyer, Ronny Kuhn, Coach Max Martin. 4th row fl-rj: Coach Bill Rhyne, Randy Schwirtlich, Mark Caka. Wes Bevly. John Burkhardt. Rodney Alexander, Joe Roznovsky, Javier Rodriguez, Marshall Pyles, Melvin Bockholt. 'A .fr . 332 Q2 w Q is AB N c l B it Wes Bevly John Burkhardt A11-District A11-District End Tackle CMidd1e leftj: Coaches Martin, Pfeil and Bell study each play from the top of the bus as T-M stomps Flour Bluff. fBottom lefty: "Hey, dad is this good form?" asked Joel Rhyne. 1Bottom rightj Melvin Bockholt, Dale Dreyer, and Boyce Curry await their turn to join the action. JN Q 5 c B -Q 3 H ',-' il ' if- ei.-, E W ,,,k ' 1. 1 ?' i . gs3 N, ,Q L, Rik ' ZZA ,Q if s i I ,::, P- -P K -' N fi ' :ii h B i f David Crider Boyce Curry A11-District Running Back ,, , Billie Elliott Def. Back Jerry Elliott Alfredo Garcia Butch Harris All-District - State Guard Fullback Tackle it if G ' lli' ili Seasons Results US THEM 53 Cotulla 6 63 Rockport '7 25 Aransas Pass 15 20 Taft 0 12 Gregory Portland 17 '7 Calallen 6 21 Bishop 8 15 Sinton 8 36 West Oso 14 49 Flour Bluff 0 fMiddle lefty: Oops! Wrong team!! ! fBottom lefty: As Joel Rhyne attempts a fake kick, Gary Nesloney thinks, "I won- der if they fell for it?" 1' Q . i .J. Zigi? ff i- , figs ,,.. W ..,. ' QL- K i' :,: yyffj ig T, ,Ks ."Nx .,,": I K' . if- tf- J 1',L -,QUY 1. , tx i s ssts t is l i Q iise f se 1' , N K A1 if AVAL Z 'W ' ' 45 23 i ' Chuck Huff Ion Ilseng Ronny Kuhn Roy Laughlin Center All District All District - State Halfback Halfback End , hr CMiddle leftjz Teresa Spreen shows her enthusiasm as she spreads her spirit to the crowd. CRightJ: Great time, effort, and expense is spent on the decorations for each locker and hall. QBottom lefty: Gary Nesloney looks frantically for a receiver. Pete Lopez Gary Nesloney Richard Pritchett Baldemar Reyes Honorable Mention All District Fullback Tackle Center Quarterback fLeftD: Ronny Kuhn stretches for a catch. fRightJ: The "Munchkins." alias Nancy Gra- ham and Carol Nino, used their own individ- ual skills to entertain the students at the pep rally. Gary Nesloney also was runner-up in the Outstanding 15AAA Offensive Player of the Year. CMidd1e1eftJ: Diane Outlaw and Joni Ervin, members of the drill team, present a cake to the football team at the pep rally. ttt rl tiit fi iiii R f"W ii'iiiiii S 1' at ,su 5 3 -Q Q .59 ,t ' L " 14 " , 1 . ? .sssz'.fs 2 HHFSR' 1 N1:,, 1 Z ' 3-vin . , xi' qw Joe Roznovsky Randy Schwirtlich Alan Shrader Honorable Mention End End Linebacker CMid leftjz James Fortner goes down in a gang of Aransas Pass Panthers. I.V.: Bottom row C1-ry: Dallas Harris, George Salinas, David Bockholt, Paul Cavitt, Mike Kuhn. 2nd row Cl-rj: Joe Rodenburg, John Daniels, John Evans, Bennet Pearce, Billy Bird, Brian Schmidt, David Cook, Mauricio Newman, Delmo Casarez, Arturo Botello, Ronnie Nesloney. 3rd row fl-rj: Coach Nick Brice, Mark Martiello, George Reyes, Ronnie Enderly, Charlie Sasser, Scott Smith, Bubba Broughton, Jack Bell. Bill Hill, Ruben Portales, Allen Doubrava, Ricky Shadle. 4th row C1-rj: Coach Ronnie Stravlo, David Neese, Gordon Hase, Chip Wood, Ricky Hoelscher, Robert Morgan, Bob Atherton. Timmy Hoelscher, Ronald Zuniga, David Hall, Randy Gordon. Lendal Adams. Each year the Varsity Football Team nominates a girl to represent the team as their sweetheart. The girl is 6 nominated by her spirit and enthusiasm shown through- A' out the season. This year the honor was given to Willa Warf. Willa has been a cheerleader for the past two years, and also a member of the National Honor Soci- ety, Annual Staff, Basketball Team, Track Team, and Pep Squad. Willa was escorted by Richard Pritchett. ",,L.-4. , I V ' ' . . . 1 tt ' . -4 K V t 'ir 5 xr dliiii ff' K is FA j 1--' ty , - . ' fl? RM' ,L ,L ' ' J " - , 5, A wa .K 'l li Kg . .aw-'um xv' K p l, QI it ,I D V Hr! ! 1 , Q' W, nwlagg A Q10 vs rw if ' - - ff" - Z ,' fs B- , ff. , - , 2' Y .-it 'Af . 3 . ye-.L at S K or vp , n ' A - , 'J :. 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',5,, ggi., A i g, : wt I ,tg A Vssghzgvi A 5 Mi.. i , is .. g ig, r5,sLgLVQ.,Nk V' i about-, K p hi, " 1 J f f Lf? grfpgpi-E.. ,i3g.':,k?'?gg, 1:1 : .:7.. I ,,.. R: . Z P? .. .AEI R: p. L ,, ck, g A .k,. lui' ,T- l i , 7.1 wg: , Q. . his W - , 1 p E , 0 'if V J' A' B sf. '-,jf ESQ, f'-Q, 1 S9530 4 ai Sat. il KMXM ai W " V"5-'Ai fe 'ii i FRESHMEN: Bottom row fl-rl: Chuck Joyner, Abel Huape, Carl White, Tommy Bradberry, James King, Dale Langley, Rudy Cruz, Monte Nichols, Doug Buendel, Phil Snowden. Second row C1-rj: Bobby Gonzales, George Pesek, Pat Pownell, Lee Sorrows, Blas Sanchez, Jesse Flores, Bill Burkhardt, David Anzaldua, Mark Payne, Juan Alvarez, Tony Nino. Third row Cl-rj: John James, Mark Thomas, Jeff Reneau, Manuel Ortiz, Ricky Haley, ,Bobby Rowland, Billy Pearce-, Jesse Perales, Randy Hilton, Bocillo Ramirez. Fourth row 11-rj: Coach Bogner Stubbs, Mike McNabb, Ricky Garcia, Kenneth Durham, Scott Rumfield, Oscar Gonzales, Carlos Infante, Wayne Miller, Tommy Foster, Bryan Curry. Coach Jack Bell. WARRIOR BASKETBALL SEASON Season Results T - M OPPONENT 85 Alice 40 50 Kingsville 62 63 Alice 53 69 Taft 67 78 Aransas Pass 55 54 Taft 64 45 Kingsville 61 65 Gregory-Portland 58 70 Aransas Pass 63 72 Gregory-Portland 52 70 Robstown 40 66 Simon 78 77 Flour Bluff' 56 56 Calallen' 65 63 Bishop' 53 45 West Oso' 54 57 Sinton 67 76 Flour Bluff' 63 41 Calallen' 39 58 Bishop' 68 54 West Oso' 59 f' District t,,,w-. Larry Smith Q31 shoots a jump shot for two points against West Oso at a home game . The Varsity boy's basketball team worked hard and played tough against top competitors in their district. It all paid off when they were among the three teams which tied for district third place. They shared the third place title with Bishop and Calallen. Coach Jack Bell lead the Varsity to a 14-10 season. leaf, 1 ' MW' a - f. 112, L -1 My ... s , gif? 2 Q ifgwt ,fu Jeff Bouldin C453 attempts to score against the Sinton Pirates while Justin Moulder 4353 and Ronald Rushing 1313 provide assistance at a home game. Ronald Rushing 4319 attempts a shot against Aransas Pass at T-M gym. VARSITY: Kneeling Cl-rj: Mgr. Jim Hull. Standing: Jeff Bouldin, Ion Ilseng, Justin Moulder, Brian Bentley, Billy Lerma, Mark Vickery, Larry Smith, Ronald Rushing, David Kronke. Kneeling: Mgr. Manuel Cabrera. Back row: Coach Jack Bell. J .V.: Kneeling: Mgr. Jim Hull. Standing C1-rj: Glenn Merritt, Brian Bartlett, Jack Bell, Ricky Hoelscher, Javier Rodriguez, Coach Nick Brice, Rodney Alexander, David Neese. Tony Comuzzie, Rob Owens, Mike Vickery. FRESHMEN: Front row Cl-rj: George Pesek, Tony Chabera, Jeff Moulder, Tim Carscadden, Fabian Martinez, Pat Pownell, Dale Langley. Second row Cl-rj: Coach David Snapka, Bobby Delgado, Doug Whiteaker, Allen Durham, David Anzaldua, Tommy Kronke, Emmanuel Cor- tez, Randy Hilton. Mgr. James King. Back row C1-rj: Mark Thomas, Bendy Graves, Oscar Gonzalez, Armando Rodriguez. Jesus Flores, Chuck Joyner. W 1 2 Gwen Bentley 1343 shoots a jump shot against Calallen at a home game. The Varsity girl's basketball team was young in experi- ence but not in competitive abilities. They practiced long and hard during school time and also at night sessions. Their dedication and school spirit paid off when they became Co-Champs in their zone. Coaches Kenneth Housden and Dixie Van Blarcurn lead them to a 22-10 sea- son. CHEROKEE BASKETBALL SEASON Season Results T- M OPPONENT 63 Gregory- Portland 64 40 Riviera 28 51 Victoria 53 68 Aransas-Pass 37 54 Gregory-Portland 6 1 61 Mathis 23 68 Riviera 34 50 Stroman 49 50 Edna 37 49 Calallenv 63 85 Bishop' 29 64 Victoria 66 53 IWA 41 '70 Calhoun 58 63 Sinton 51 68 Flour-Bluff' 31 '70 Calallent 6'7 87 Bishop' 28 64 West Oso"' 33 82 Sinton '7 0 65 Flour-Bluff' 29 '74 West Oso' 40 " District 12 ' Sally Brinkman C113 concentrates on a possible rebound from Bishop at a Glenda Wesson C447 arremprs to steal the ball from a Calal- home game. len guard. VARSITY: fl-rl: Coach Kenneth Housden, Mgr. Susan Kocurek, Teresa Spreen, Anna Rodriguez, Robin Rathmell, Lisa Bright, Glenda Wes- son, Carol Bernsen, Sally Brinkman, Kelly Wheeler, Marcella Hoelscher, Rhonda Camp, Gwen Bentley, Melesa Spreen, Janet Barlow, Coach Dixie Van Blarcum. ,:'Nx5vv'?'L"'J , '-'W--L ' 'Z -lim Qwtuf' neiiini r if if 1 MM- iw, ll 52 .Tim ..,::: 22 EQ: V114 gi? ,ow A Eco Q-'nb oT' S Q! 9:2 ea Tin: VJ fe. '42 Ez: 'A no to V N :I Q. C5 .- rv :I Q. na co Zi o :s A wx as V ,mar Jennifer Nesloney C205 hustles against a Flour Bluff forward at a home game. JR. VARSITY: Sitting C1-rj: Diana Martinez, Neva Cox, Jennifer Nesloney, Darla Roe, Daria Hoelscher, Rhonda Ridge, Charlotte Norton. Linda Kocurek, Rita Rathmell, Charla Bedford, Judi Bell, Rosie Casarez, Velma Rodriguez, Terri Hatch, Cindy Elliott. Standing C1-rl: Mgr. Susan Kocurek, Coach Dixie Van Blarcum. Coach Kenneth Housden. TRACK The 1975 Warrior Track Team under the direction of Coach Max Martin, had a very successful season plac- it ing 2nd in district, lst in regional, and 3rd in state competition. The following boys placed: Brian Bentley 5th Long Jump Regional John Burkhardt 6th Shot-put Regional Ion Ilseng 4th Mile Relay State Ronny Kuhn 6th 330 Intermediate State Hurdles State 4th Mile Relay State Joel Rhyne 3rd Shot-put Regional 3rd Discus Regional Brian Schmidt 4th Mile Relay State Steve Sims lst 220-Yard-Dash State 2nd 100-Yard-Dash State 4th Mile Relay State Congratulations to the team as a whole and especially ' Q Steve Sims, high point man of the state track meet. CRightD: Jon Ilseng, Steve Sims, and Brian Schmidt express their excitement after winning lst in the Mile Relay at the Regional Track Meet. .4 ... A l , VARSITY: Front row Cl-rj: Darwin Shaw, Brian Bentley, David Crider, Billy Lerma, Brian Schmidt, Arturo Botello, Alfredo Garcia. Second row fl-rj: Coach Max Martin, Jon Ilseng, Ronny Kuhn, Steve Sims, Joel Rhyne, Butch Crawford, Mark Caka, Dale Dreyer. 54 CBottom lefty: Brian Bentley struggles for another inch far- ther than the last jump. fBottom rightyz Steve Sims lets out his feelings of relief as he crosses the finish line. Joel Rhyne stretches each muscle in hope to throw the shot farther. Brian Schmidt cheers Steve Sims on in the mile relay. IF:sss'..Qe1:s::s:: 4 ' The 1975 J.V. Track Team placed 4th in the district ,f?'7"V meet. It looks as if T-M's future is Very promising due to the number of people placing in different events. They include: Ricky Garcia Ricky Hayley Tony Nino Scott Rumfield Lee Sorrows Chip Wood 5th 3rd 3rd lst 3rd lst 3rd 6th 3rd 4th Discus Pole Vault Mile Relay 880 Yard Dash Mile Relay lntermediate Hurdles Mile Relay 440 Yard Dash Mile Relay Shotput l.V.: Front row Cl- rjz Dallas Harris, Ricky Hayley, Scott Rumfield, Lee Sorrows, Tony Nino Randy Hilton Second row fl rj Coach David Snapka, Ralph Garcia, Carl Notgrass, Bill Hill, Chip Wood. N Ricky Hayley carries off the first place trophy from the Lorado United meet. x avi-.1 GIRLS' TRACK The 1975 Girls' Track Season was a successful one. As a team they placed 2nd at the district meet, and had eight qualifiers for the regional competition including: Gwen Bentley Lisa Bright Cindy Enron Daria Hoelscher Marci Hoelscher Terry Hatch Jennifer Nesloney Melesa Spreen 440 Relay 880 Relay Mile Relay 440 Relay 440 Relay Triple lump 440 Dash Mile Relay 880 Relay Mile Relay 880 Relay 440 Relay 880 Relay Mile Relay 440 ,Relay 6th 4th 3rd Sth 6th 4th 6th 3rd 4th 3rd 4th 6th 4th 3rd 6th 5 in Linda Kocurek uses her own strength to add up a few more points for the Cherokees. X ww ' Front row C1-rj: Lisa Bright, Cindy Elliott, Terri Hatch, Gwen Bentley, Janet Barlow, Melesa Spreen. Second row Cl-rh: Rhonda Ridge, Rosie Casarez, Anna Rodriquez, Jennifer Nesloney, Sally Brinkman, Charlotte Norton, Charla Bedford. Third row Cl-rl: Coach Kenneth Housden, Neva Cox, Linda Kocurek, Diana Martinez, Susan Kocurek, Daria Hoelscher, Marcella Hoelscher, Coach Dixie Van Blarcum. Neva Cox, Jennifer Nesloney, and Linda Kocurek rest before their next event. N3 4 7 i 4481 are H' num alr..u"- H-'Q "' ""' F..m BILL S' Jennifer Nesloney stretches to jump over each hurdle. N f tj? l .,e, .isr L' tet te' t t vtee - I F 1 f . ht f J'A, rrnkA 1 mA sg. .ts h ss 115338 f 3 v r -sr s nt, -on W it Kikw K A s. X his fBottom leftjz Daria Hoelscher splashes to add up more team points. fBottom rightj: Marcella Hoelscher skillfully runs for a first in her event. Melesa Spreen gets set for her run in the 100. x X RN W-xg tryin Xsquq- wx 1' y he .ptty ,wlsfifl W - , 1' K H- iL.,,,,c.,..., . ,f .4 ..f...n+. L. "1-'f-ft' ,L "' f I 5 '-r" '. W. 12 -. . .1-wif, r"z' , f V-as.1sr2:tf,:"-V f A ...fpiii 5 ff: Tix ' f' 1 V W -.-14:w1:1':'1 it? Q.: ,bw-f 5 s'm2?L4eCf:.'w 'H' .A wk- ww' ' ' "Z,-Qzf-FT" t-- -. wi 1.-.wg r - A V--tx'-syYg.1.sgs, '- f J,-.2 , 211vgw,s ,f 'S . .N :ga - M, V 7' ' -' 'Nw-ZA-'s's ' was . .T'S'5?f5-PT? K. X ...W .. K , , vv..,.s 55. yxyq r, -,.j N . L a is Q , D . ,, 4, ,V M3 r 'if 1 , . fats s Z" Hx 1 -f sv 'L .vb S5 'ws N., Egfstzfg-si sv fs x xxx x 0' wi N xx s dx N K Sherry and Gary Mettlach were strong competitors during the ye with Sherry being T-M's first player to compete at State. 4LeftJ: Tim Zorzi and De Andra Breeden show their form while practicing for an upcoming match. QMiddle lefty: Glynna Wilson puts her extra boost on the ball as Susan Pownell anticipates her next move. i'f7fn'if"f 3 S ' 'T 1 . ' '15 . '. , ,,, x ,' Y I , '2 X AMf,,fw1.'f:k "' cf ' " V 1 ti X ,, ' 1' ,T , v, i I W r V xx I g i n ig?-z., 1 ,W 1 ,J wr 4 V ' . . z 1 - .,:Q'wu.v BTQW K, K Chris Kilgore bends low in order to get the right height needed. Bobby Nichols slams one over the net during a match. KJ -A-A+ -'A X I f Q A - . W Q Y , X A H' , z .1 ' 1 . f' , " f . 2- 1 ..t.,...-.- ,W , A B '- 2 4 , W 4' 49 Ma' VARSITY: Front row fl-ry: Chris Kilgore, Bobby Nichols, Gary Mettlach, Mark Haven, Dale Langley, Tim Zorzi. 2nd row Cl-ry: Susan Pow nell, Glynna Wilson, Jo Anne Todd. Becky Blackwood, Sherry Mettlach, Debbie Hatch, Brenda Mettlach. i Q I.V.: Front row C1-rj: Tommy Rech, Marvin Pivonka, David Haynie, Phil Snowden, Pat Pownell. 2nd row Cl-rj: Pam Lindenburg, Janet Burnside, DeAndra Breeden, Jo Anne Hickey, Linda Lindenburg, Gayla Thomas. BASEBALL T The 1975 Varsity Warrior Baseball Team under the direction of Coaches Stanley Pfeil and Ronald Stravlo, had a commendable season record of 15-8. They were involved in the Kennedy tournament and placed 2nd. They placed 3rd in district competition. CI..eftJ: Jon llseng concentrates on the oncoming ball in order to just meet it. -f - ' ,N .wni ,tn 4 ' t ,. by ,MEI I Y, my I RRIQ9 , , , , . 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'I I - r I, , ,,,4uigs,,,5'7'-'l,c,,,,,.wg?: W f I N Wh. K , . N ., , i .K ,. , , p H kk I . In 7 V W fiTI'r1J74i7ffei2.,l-if 4 'Q'-'I'1' ' 1' 'I L1:I',.vI - ' ' '- I' , I ,"g,,,, 4 VARSITY: Front row C1-rj: James King, Billy Bristol, Bruce McDonald, Ricky Shadle, Mark Vickery, Robert Lange, Joe Rodenberg, David Cook. 2nd row Cl-rj: David Bockholt, Randy Pitts, Gary Nesloney, Ronnie Nesloney. Ronald Broughton, Brian Bentley, Brad Miller. 3rd row il-rj: Coach Ronald Stravlo, Jon llseng, Chuck Huff, Butch Crawford, Billie Elliott, Jay Hartman, Melvin Bockholt, Coach Stanley Pfeil. CBottom lefty: Chuck Huff, fielder, slams one into center field. CBottom rightjz Coach Stanley Pfeil talks strategy to Mark Vickery. OMG cu ,-. ,- ..- ,... cv rn .- .- .-. o 1-0 F0 to :1 ct. U' cu VI 5 w :1 i m - F0 M, 0 D' cu tn na o- v H Fl ru H D-In :1 F0 rv :1 1-4 -- Sc - t1,, 'al ,, 3 ' tm-sxos Gary Nesloney. shortstop, waits for the desired moment to advance to home . t A www 5' ramen., t -, 'I :uit Iv fd. 'fs' H,,'.- as - kM,gn..a 1 f aff' "-- - - ,f--,L,N' a,1uu..H-,.z.ga-ua-ft-.wpi""-",, Q mine VL MQW NR Brian Bentley slides one over the plate. Q Q41-1. -5 'A 7-1 I.: GOLF CRightJ: Butch Harris fSr.J proved to be T-M's outstanding golfer placing 6th in district competition, by placing 3rd medalist with a 2 day total of '71-'78-149. CBe1owJ: Dallas Harris shows the putting form he used to shoot a 169 in the district tournament. Dallas hopes to follow his brother's examples in placing in district next year. fx nj: V1 . its ' I fa 'D' 5... 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Dee Ann Loving received second in District and Regional and was a State qualifier in typing I. Steve Sims placed third in District for informative speaking and represented T-M at Regional. Melesa Spreen Clefty ranked fourth in headline writing in District. Mayvic Luby Crightj ranked fourth in feature writing in District. 5 'MR , fmw,,,,,...., - -4, , , . ii .,t,t A Eff if ' V ' Aeomwm, ,U fb .....A...,, .., f'- PERSONALITIES MR. A D MISS TMJ-LS. 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V x wi 0' x i .K :H ' A1 CHARLA BEDFORD TRICIA BEDFORD BECKY BLACKWOOD ALAN HUFF JUSTIN MOULDER JEFF BOULDIN CINDY BURRIOLA DEBBIE COOK CATHY COX TWILA EADS STEVE BONE DAVID COOK BRIAN BENTLEY CHARLEY SASSER I w , I I he CINDY ELLIOTT SANDRA ERVIN THEDA FREDERICK LIZ MCDONOUGH DAVID BOCKHOLT CHRIS KILGORE MITCH COPELAND HERBIE SIMS F"""" MELESA SPREEN GAYLA THOMAS III LE IO ANNE TODD GLENDA WESSON KEITH JOHNSON DOYLE LITTLE Q DOI BOBBY NICHOLS MARK VICKERY FA VORI TE S FRESHMAN LARRY ROBB CATHY ELLIOTT JAMES KING MIDGE SAYERS SUPH OM GRE FA VORI TE 5 .:..,, SENIOR BILLY BAIN DARLENE COOK 'NN i'wil'QQk X V 'V QI. ...L :S My J L f jcfkv -.X L N N.. xx RONALD RUSHING RHONDA CAMP IUNIQR 3 K Y I P x 6 3 2 Q If gi ,, , ,alb- ORGANIZATIONS W f 7 M ,,,,,.........,-5,4 -W STUDENT COUNCIL Many activities for the student body are brought about by the student council. Student council members try to fulfill the wishes of their fel- low class mates. .- is J if ii 'E fu if Tricia Bedford shows James Former how the voting machines work for the election of the new 1975-'76 student council officers. Front row fl-ry: Carol Bemsen, Jo Ann Todd, Tricia La Blanc, DeAnn Loving, Bill Johnson, Teresa Spreen, Charla Bedford, Judi Bell, Joni Erving, Janice Rhoades. Second row fl-rj: Twila Eads, Bernadette Amecke, Georgie Mikeal, Midge Sayers, Neva Cox, Melesa Spreen, Joyce Svetlick, Mary Roznovsky, Debbie Haynie, Susan Pownell, Tony Comuzzie, Chris Kilgore, Bobby Nichols. Third row C1-rl: Sponsor Mrs. Linda Williams, Maria Newman, Diane Hancock, Steve Sims, Joe Everett, Glenda Wesson, Mike Dodson, Ricky Hoelscher. S .K 5 -I Children from the Beeville Home visit the campus for an annual Christmas party. Joe Everett becomes dent govemment day. assistant principal for the annual stu STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Front row: Tricia Bedford, secretary: Diane Hancock, parliamentariang Maria Newman, treasurer. Back row: Joe Everett, vice president: Glenda Wesson, chaplain: Steve Sims, president Mrs. Williams, sponsor. WARRIOR BA D The 1974-'75 Warrior Band, under the direction of Robert Svetlik, had many successes which included getting ratings of I in Marching Contest, 111 in Con- cert, and a II in Sight Reading. The band also par- ticipated in the Astro Bluebonnet Bowl, being among only six bands selected from the United States. Mr. Svetlik accepts the Warrior Band trophy for participating in Bluebonnet Bowl in Houston. ! Pam Ecceleston, band sweetheart with escort Larry Smith at home- coming game. -Q ., ,J air , fy X, Mr. and Miss Warrior Band - Mr. Svetlik shows enthusiasm at dance after accepting Ronald Rushing and Tricia Bedford. Bluebonnet trophy. v'ug'g,' if E e 1 Front row Cl-rj: Mary Roznovsky, Pam Lindenberg, Jennifer Jones, Bryan Curry, John Daniels, Glynna Wilson, Tricia Bedford, Debbie Crider, Chuck Joyner, Neva Cox, Pam Eccleston, Billie Phillips, Richelene Bullard. Second row Cl-rl: Band Director Mr. Svetlik, Mary Dodds. Caroline Foster, Susan Pakebusch, Charla Bedford, Judie Bell, Karen Jauer, Jimmy Rodriquez, Peggy NcNabb, Neal Price, Bendy Graves, Donna Reindl, Charlotte Norton, Noe Garcia, Jimmy Overton, Dee Ann Loving, Assistant Band Director, Mr. Behr. Third row Cl-rj: Linda Kocurek, Sherry Blakeney, Sylvia Garza, Ronald Norskow, Julie Dodds, Cindy Lemma, Mary Webb, Linda Lindenberg, Rhonda Ridge, Marcella Hoelscher, Robin Roberts, Lynn Atchley, Tammie Blake, Betra Kendricks, Joan Skoruppa, Sandy Bradberry. Fourth row fl-rj: Bobby Nichols, George Salinas, Pat Pownell, Phil Snowden, Lannie Terry, Karen Peal, Terri Hatch, Tommy Hoeber, Dani Massey, Janet Vaughan, Debbie Wilborn, Christine Luna, Susan Pownell, Frank Salazar, Pat Hudson, Albert Valverde, Robert Wagner. Fifth row Cl-rj: Teresa Laird, Diana Martinez, Iva Hall, Janet Dolan, Michelle Sanderson, Stepha- nie Pennington, Teresa Spreen, Wayne Miller, Tommy Bradberry, Eva Cardona, Charles Herschbach, Karen Lange, Maggie Garcia, Belinda Alvarez, David Villanueva, Barry Knoy. Last row fl-rj: Mark Bartlett, Ricky Hoelscher, Mark Haven, Bill Burkhardt, Charlie Hatch, Allen Doubrava, Jeff Reneau, Ronald Rushing, Chris Kilgore, Paul Hickey, James King, John Arispe, Sally Brinkman, Robin Lemma, Wayne Melton, Alan Huff. tapuou 5' 1 4 Awnepy.. Aa Warrior band forms TR ar Bluebonnet Bowl in Houston. Tricia Bedford , 1974-'75 Warrior band drum major. 4174 L -K , ' 'L ' , Richelene Bullard, Mary Roznovsky, Jennifer Jones, Pam Lindenberg and Bil- lie Phillips served as TM's 1974-'75 twirlers. fi 9 ef A Tricia Bedford sees something a little more interesting than direct- Mr. Svetlik takes his regular position for the pep rally. ing a band practice. ""Q" 1' Q N , Q5 K N gl' g , x . .ns ' 'ggrn Chuck Joyner looks as though he could find something more amusing than band initia- TM's evil eyed drum major, Tricia tion . Bedford . . A, , sf 4? f I Y . ,..V K ,,.t Q .:., Q r,,,......m f 1, an 3 t,.t-i- -vfnvwi--""'Wr""""'l' K K '41 x X x .I f Qi: JI Us-' 'aff -f . --X so ,Q , Mt, . rig, Ai , 4 g W R it t Jennifer Jones, Sally Brinkman, Tricia Bedford, Sherry Blakeney and Deborah Crider at one of the more exciting moments of the , Astro-World band trip. sffv WARBONNE T STAFF The 1975 Warbonnet Staff works from the beginning of school into the summer to produce a book that the student body would enjoy looking back on all their lives. 4 Wa fr f ,, , f f 46+ I ,, ' if fr' -',, 'r" ' ' V Willa Warf lays out a page for the annual. Robin Rathmell announces the Mr. and Miss TMHS winners at the prom . i fgfka j XA . , ' ' 7.5 Q-.1 I Front row Cl-rj: Ricky Reed, Susan Stansill, Robin Rathmell, Mark Martiello. 2nd row fl-ry: Steven Tom, sponsor, Gayla Thomas, Willa Warf, Georgia Mikeal, Larry Luby. Georgia Mikeal and Gayla Thomas, editor, work together in order to meet the upcoming deadlines. A KJ 5,5 2 ,r"""" ' , ' 41 , 'Qgi .Y . K - Q ' X. .V E PHOTOGRAPHERS: KL-rj: Mark Martiello, Robin Rathmell, Ricky Reed, Larry Luby. Gayla Thomas prepares copy for a sports deadline. Georgia Mlkeal searches desperately for that missing picture 4-,,,..--"" QEQS i THE SMOKE SIGNAL The 1974-75 Smoke Signal Staff received the award of Achieve- ment at the Interscholastic League Press Conference in Austin. The Staff spends long hours to provide a student newspaper called the Smoke Signal of which students can be proud and enjoy. if l K 1' Editorial Staff of the Smoke Signal Staff listen as Mr. Steve Tom, advisor, gives instructions for the next edition. .fx Editor, Cathy Cox prepares a story for the newspaper. 43,13 ry ,, MM... Front row fl-ry: Mike Vickery, Susan Stansill. Cathy Cox, Becky Blackwood. Back row fl-rj: Sponsor, Mr. Torn, Ricky Sinard, Judy Canto, Mayvic Luby, Debbie White, Melesa Spreen, Mark Martiello, Dean Gulley, Bobby King. 4-ui rf!! k- , I , -0:3 Q , g, Front row 11-rl: Sponsor Mrs. Gill, Becky Blackwood, JoAnn Todd, Carol Bemsen, Brenda Kuhn, Robbie Adams. Vonnie Buendel, Sponsor Mrs. Swift. Second row ll-rj: Lisa Bledsoe, Sherry Boone, Joann Hickey, Diana Martinez, Tricia Mikeal, Sandra Allen Janet Burnside, Tina Garcia, April Keith, Vicki Tyree. Third row C1-rj' Marilyn Lowrance Joyce Svetlick Tricia LaBlanc Dann Masse - n . 1 Y yy Janet Vaughan, Connie Talley, Susan Pakebusch. Nora Hanson, Karen Peal, Jennifer Nesloney, Dayna Little. Fourth row Cl-ry Twila Eads, Bernadette Arnecke, Sheila Allen, Imogene Tischler, Georgie Mikeal, Christine Limke, Mary Najvar, Robin Roberts, Debbie Hatch, Darlene Cook, Debbie Wilborn, Gina Little. Mrs. Swift. I0 Ann Hickey, Rosalinda Vallejo, Suzie Davis, and Brenda Kuhn display the Christmas stockings for the orphans. FHA F.H.A. The Future Homernakers of America were busy throughout the year with projects to raise money for the spring trip. The projects ranged from selling candy to a car wash. The organization used the money to go to a dude ranch near Bandera for the spring trip. Imogene Tischler exhibits the F.H. A . scrapbooks at open house. Lisa Bledsoe, Mrs. Bledsoe, and Marilyn Lowrance inspect the home project folders at open house. Bemadette Arnecke and Twila Eads display the pottery at the Mexican Fiesta. Dayna Little cuts out Christmas stockings for one of the projects. .XX F.H . A . officers Becky Blackwood and Io Anne Todd hold one of the Valentine cakes sold to the student body. 93 PFA f-asf!-"'S-' fi :ff '-4, ' ,ff r .,L- -A : ,V - i ' Q Ai" 17, lil rf' - 7 ' Q I , rd" 3' ' J K' XV ,5 ,fl ...IA-5,1 ,,r.1" 1- -, , , ,J ' .,,. 7- , -- -7, A member practices for the annual FFA Youth Rodeo. ,Q 1 .., A J, ... Front row Cl-rl: Sponsor Mr. Rushing, Billy Bain, Dennis Berry, Johnny Corbin, Janet Barlow, Mark Caka, Jeff Mekush, Charlie Sasser, Spon- sor Mr. Pugh. Second row Cl-rj: J . D. Hofer,-Tommy Bradberry, Monty Nichols, Robert Beavers, Doug Buendel, David Ebert, Maxine Ebert, Diane Ganze, Christi Chism, Vonnie Buendel, Robby Adams, Susanne Borrer, Jackie Boone, Shawn Hanson, Crystal Fernandez. Third row fl- rJ: Wayne Melton, Bruce McDonald, Kenneth Durham, Billy Pearce, John James, Bruce Bedoe, Mike McNabb, Bobby Gonzalez, George Salinez, Billy Clyburn, Arturo Nino, Ricky Jongema, David Bockholt, Alan Doubrava, Berry Knoy, Leo Femandez. Fourth row Cl-rj Gary Teague, Ricky Garcia, Randy Gordon, Bob Atherton, Jim Hull, Bubba Broughton, Scott Smith, Ruben Portales, Mark Bradberry, Diane Han- cock, Twila Eads, Scott Waychoff, Butch Crawford, Mark Graham, Ronnie Nesloney, Ricky Blake, Arnold Adame. Fifth row Cl-rj: David Cook, Herbie Sims, Nathan Roberts, Scott Rumfield, David Neese, Joel Rhyne, Bill Hill, Calvin Brown, Allen Rogers, David McCain, Javier Rodriguez, David Williams, Melvin Bockholt, David Shroeder, Craig Fitzgerald, David Hall, Bob Morgan. Dr. Little signed a proclamation for the FFA officers for National FFA Week. FFA Sweetheart - Janet Barlow Johnny Corbin is proud of his blue ribbon lamb Dr. Little seems to have found something interesting to look at in the Ag Department. 1' W writ Q we , R A A 'fxggk A K- " n X' ' f f ' 1 ,QW w lf. 1 3 ja W ' . -5, .. O.E.A. Office Education Association is an organization made up of secretarial training students designed to prepare them for future careers. They worked throughout the year in various money raising projects including carna- tion sales and etc. Some of these students work part- time for various businesses. Ada Garza confers with Nelda Montgomery, sponsor, about how to set up a job . S S" -' S 5-', 9- X :gf ggi, CFrom 1-ry: Carol Nino, Kim Johnson, Donna Fischer, Debbie Stewart, Vickie Ferk, Irma Yanez, Debbie Hanson, Terri Rose, Theda Freder- ick, Debbie Cook, Darla Roe, Candy Hanson, Vickie Freeman, Norma Mendez, Brenda Teague, Linda Rogers, Diana Alaniz, Maria Reyes, Ada Garza, Lydia Martinez. DE CA Deca's purpose is to promote dis- tributive education. It is open only to juniors and seniors. The idea behind Deca is to give the students a background in wholesale, retail service selling and it teaches free enterprise. Students enrolled in this program must work all year long, fifteen hours a week. u be Cindy Burriola participates in a practice meet with a West Oso student at T-M Front row C1-rj: Sharon Johnson, Juanita Cantu, Diane Devires, Margo Wright, Cindy Burriola. Debbie Montgomery. Cindy Lemma Second row Cl-rj: Jerry Vasquez, Pete Lopez, Sergio Martinez, Hector Pena, Buddy Little, Tina Luna, Bryan Kofford, Joey Seale Sponsor Mrs. Taylor. Third row Cl-rj: David Schroeder. Stanley Wilson, James Williams, Chris Atherton, Bill Laird. Bruce Adams David Algeo. Front Cl-ry: Sue Reyna, Ruby Reyna, Manuel Chabera, Roy Zuniga. Back C1-rj Kenneth Williams, Baldemar Reyes, I. D. Hofer, Yolanda Ortiz, Ronnie Williams, Jimmy Rodriquez . Rudy Delgado sponsor not shown. LITHO TRADES ,W M.-12' 2 x2-wfg if .41q' 'V' 5' 5 Vina - Glenn Hoelscher prints the Smoke Signal. ' A OFFICE AIDES Front row 11-rj: Mrs. Stauss, Yolanda Ortiz, Sandra Allen, Janet Vaughan, Maria Reyes, Maxine Ebert, Theda Fredrick. Back row C1 ry: Mitch Copeland, Chuck Huff , Gary Nesloney, Suzanne Borrer, Georgie Mikeal, Glenda Wesson, Mary Navjar. MRS. RI-IYNE'S AIDES From left: Gayla Thomas, Steve Sims. Randy Stevens, Barbara Pearson, Lorinda Caka, Mrs. Rhyne, Irene Hernandez. Ol O 'I '50 O 'O c,. 0 'su JI ' 0 .' in ,l' n Q o . ' o,. 0 ' on 0 ,' ' sa. " aus . .'.oo, '. , go , su o no 0 ,' ' A n.,n'.' you Q ,'.0 amp. o o an Q , . . a's. , Q Q O Sherry Boone straightens up the index cards during her library period. LIBRAR Y AIDES The library aides consists of students wishing to work in and with the library. Their jobs vary from checking in books to issuing out magazines. The library aides are small in number but very effective in their work . Us i J i f 55 J lv1 " ' llW 1 fi ix, . 'F 'Q f 5. - ' I' L. I 1 . 'V ' f 'ie I 2 5-5 he Ii: 5 fre J W? J il ? if ,ruin J ' ' Q fe J 331,325 . ' exif, 2 ' X KJV , x he u , , J , so t, A Wi if f at f . r. sf' QFrom 1-ry: Pam Lindenberg, Jackie Boone, Joe Ewferett, Justin Moulder, Paul Cavitt, Willa Warf , Sherry Boone, Jennifer Mulhollan. TI-IESPIAN5 Sandra Ervin gazes into her husband's picture , grieving for his death. Chris Kilgore Lakes 'G QFrom lefty: Sandra Ervin, to pose. out a few minutes Barbara Huber, Chris Kilgore, Joni Ervin, ""NN,M , . .,.-A -- ...r.. , 3' '--- "V 4' , af Sponsor Miss Martha Raymond .P. L. QW' Front row 11-rl: Barbara Huber. Jo Anne Todd, Maria Newman. Second row fl-rj: Sponsor Martha Raymond, Steve Sims, Chris Kil ore. CI-IORAL MUSIC 8 From left: Lorraine Dickerson, Aurora Rodriquez, Belinda Figueroa, Ricky Thrower, Sally Ramirez, Rosalinda Vallejo, Madolin Grif- fin, Anna Maria Martinez, Ruth Ann Jones, Becky Gaut. CHEERLEADERS The 1974-'75 T.M. Cheerleaders were the encouragement and spirit- giving side of the athletic department. They led the student body at pep rallies, football games, basketball games, distributed track trophies and were a big part of the winning sports season. Lisa Bright takes time out to be modest. . , ,, , The expressions of each cheerleader tells different stories about the game. fFrom leftjz Lisa Bright, Melesa and Teresa Spreen, Brenda Black, Janet Barlow, Willa Warf. SPANISH CLUB ,,,, .,.. 1974-'75 Spanish Officers included Lisa Bledsoe, president, Mary Navjar, vice-president: Butch Harris, treasurer: Mitch Copeland, reporter: and Randy Schwirtlich, PASF officerg and Tricia Bedford, secretary Knot shownj. t!'Vj: Front row Cl-rj: Jeff Ilseng, Pat Pownell, Susan Stansill, Thomas Mulhollan, Janie Cortez, Alma Barrera, Diane Blomquist, Irma Yanez, Nina Garcia. Janie Escobar. Second row Cl-rj: Sponsor Mrs. Violet Cham. Tricia Bedford, Lisa Bledsoe, Norma Martinez, Yolanda Ortiz, Charla Bedford, Beth Bianchi, Yolanda Bosquez, Elisa Ortiz, Margaret Rodriquez, Rosie Casarez. Third row Cl-ry Rodrigo Sifuentes, Manuel Cortez, George Pesek, Mary Najvar, Jennie Mulhollan, Randy Hilton, Butch Harris, Billie Phillips, Debbie Hanson, Janie McCallister, Justin Moulder. Fourth row fl-rl: Mark Bartlett, Tony Commuzie, Billy Bain, Billie Elliott, Mitch Cope- land, Boyce Curry, Dennis Berry, Rodney Alexander, Randy Schwirtlich and Larry Smith. FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATI-ILE TES FCA. r Front row fl-rj: Ronald Rushing, Jon Ilseng, Wes Bevly, Butch Harris, Sponsor Mr. Pfeil. Second row fl-rj: Robert Lange, Jerry Iseng, Joel Rhyme, Bill Hill, Jeff Ilseng, Randy Gordon, Jack Bell, Dallas Harris. Last row Cl-rj: Mitch Copeland, Dale Dreyer, Steve Sims. Billie Elliott, Ronny Kuhn. Tony Commuzie, Jeff Bouldin, Bobby Nichols, and Bobby King. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA F. T.A. Front row Cl-rl: Beth Bianche, Donna Riendl, Pam Lindenberg, Ruth Ann Jones, Becky Gaut, Madolin Griffin. Back row C1-rl: Sponsor, Mrs. Burkhardt, Jo Anne Todd, Tricia Bedford. Barbara Huber, and Robin Lemma. .rv 'ML' A '- ,V I ,,, A W,,1 ,q mga ,U ,. 1 . ' KE Y 1 HE GOLDE H " W 1 ' ' - i f l WARRIOR- E TTE 5 The 1974-'75 Golden Warriorettes cele- brated a successful first year as a drill team at T-M. Hard work and long hours went into many routines that were pro- vided as entertainment at pep rallies, football games, and basketball games. Not only did they provide entertainment: they also put a lot of spirit and enthusi- asm into their routines. man I , mv ','f . .q W,',, 2 k'i'i f . Donna Carlile. Connie Talley, and Debbie Hanson put a little extra e fort into a routine. Kneeling C1-rl: Twila Eads, Tanna Neill, Diane Hancock. Front row Cl-rj: Lydia Gonzales, Cruz Mota, Alma Barrera, Vicki Tyre. Diane Rumley, Cindy Brown. Lupe Cantu, Sue Reyna, Rachel Zuniga, Irma Yanez, Carol Nino. Second row Cl-rj: Christella Pena. Diane Outlaw. Lynn Farrell, Terri Osborn, Marilyn Eilers, Joni Ervin, Linda Femandez, Juanita Portales, Dayna Little, Margie Vil- lanuava. Third row Cl-rj: Brenda Kuhn, Nancy Merritt, Vonnie Buendel, Kathy Snow, Robby Adams, Diane Bustamente, Juanita Esco- bar, Liz McDonough, Diana Alaniz, Olga Quiroz, Lupe Martinez. Fourth row Cl-rj: Linda Haskell, Shawn Bevly, Becky Marsh, Tina Kendrick, Grace Martinez, Nancy Graham, Bernadette Amecke, Donna Carlile, Debbie Hanson, Connie Talley, Midge Sayers. fBe1ow lefty: Liz McDonough and Midge Sayers. fTop righty: Oga Quiroz and Diana Alaniz entertain the stu- dent body . px we - - I ,, t A N, eee ,, V in to 5 5' ' VE: l Wi.: 1 , H iff-5 ,.fWf::9'j'lW . if K-2 gi K .ff aims W A .. SSW.. i N' -if '+ K? X? . y .RR ww- x--, --mf p .......... 3 D X Y in a w-Qfztu-11 .if - 1-EE, A I - ' f L K, ,Q . .. , 5 , eZ,d .,,ei,:d. 3,x,,,t.,, f 1 I "fl R t WK' 53 555.720 ,MQ 2' x k N W .L tn azmfgfp- Q- t 2 sg .Q . 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Golden Warriorettes provide a special routine at one of the pep rallies for the student body. -N F' 'main Mrs. Leal, Golden Warriorettes sponsor, turns on the record player for one of the drill team's performances. an J fl ' Golden Warriorettes perform at a pep rally for the student body. sp- ,ip haf-M 1 ,. -.- A U Golden Warriorettes officers and sponsors: Diane Hancock. Twila Eads, Miss Houser, Mrs. Leal. 109 LASSES , ...QQ C' SENICDR CLASS OFFICERS Joe Bob Everett Diane Hancock Michael Dodson Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Maria Newman President Seniors I I I aww Bruce Amold Chris Adams Alvarez Atherton 5. , Sherry Mettlach and Georgie Mikeal sell a helium "Go Warriors" balloon to Ricky Reed. I I 2 Seniors - I n K I J, s .sm if f ,gy .iff l .. . A 'f .fr'rs14f:ft' -sir-2 1' -- .S:15is" , ' i ..-555-if . - . sw N N 1g:,gNQL--felis: -mf t --ff is mf- s - L5 x ' 1, ,Q-, ' - f , fill 1, Dean Gulley covers the game for Smoke Signal. "'1s.-EW? -If The iitbizzifi'- 15 . f t A ,W ,wa 7 na. Mark Tricia Brian ,X 2 'fs' ill: ,IV 'zgeffiliiifil I I I jr Z VVLL Wes Bartlett Bedford Bentley Bevly f' , . fp 'bmw Brenda Ricky Lisa Sherry Black Blake Bledsoe Boone Mitch Copeland stretches as he returns the ball to the opponents at intramural vol- leyball tourney. Alfredo Garcia repairs a car in Auto Mechanics while Bobby Niksich supervises. Suzanne Paula Rhonda Borrer Boudreaux Broughton Seniors 1 I3 Mark Brown John Burkhardt Cindy Burriola One of the many expressions of Denny Wright. Rhonda Camp Alex Cantu 1 14 Seniors 516, ,,., oi , we S- if ff - s . M. as ' , as Q 1 s . . 5 Anyone want to play leapfrog? Diana Bustama - HIC Lorinda Caka Brian Bentley strikes a Robert Redford Juanita pose . Cantu km ,SWK Gary Nesloney and Chuck Huff exhibit their manly chests. Cathy Martin Cardona Debbie Cook Mitch Copeland .. "" Cox David Crider Cathy Cox feels a little ill when the Smoke Signal deadlines come up. My girdle is killing me Robert Wagner Boyce seems to be saying Curr Y Ronald Rushing helps Dani Massey deco rate during football 8685011 . t Rosemary Cruz Suzie Davis Seniors I I5 N . .Y ue ..,.. . . f gr X Nt Butch Hams turns on his charm and his smile . D iid Q " 1' 2 Diane Hancock wonders if Mr. Rushing will be able to read Diane DeVries what she has Just typed' Michael Dodson Maxine Ebert Pam Ecclesmn .Ji 11 lv fg, Jim Nelson of the C .C.P.D. discusses his job with Debbie White, Cindy Bur- riola. and Justin Moulder. ' e- -f-- 151 -v...s.k. B . . is., Q. Q Q fs if Wit, , . H 51. K 11 5 A X 5 S X ggigg 'vw .L 0 1 . ,.1 .P Billie Elliott I I6 Seniors Roy Laughlin attempts to give Gary Nesloney a super duper wet willie. Jerry Sandra Joe Elliott Ervin Everett Theda Frederick Maggie Dean Garcia ulley .t .QL. Q.. , , t ,,L, X K' : - -.mL T. i, 5v fa 'ArF, dw ? f - . Diane Hancock G grills mum-v v Butch Harris Charles Hatch Joe Roznovsky takes out time from his studies to join in on a joke. Ughhh! What's dat? Bobby Rowland. Chuck Huff and Mitch Copeland. David Crider and Wes Bevly seem to have the end-of-another- school-year plague . Jane McCa11ister apparently has found what she has been searching for - a mir- IOI. De Forest H askell Ieana Haynes Seniors I I 7 Debbie Haynie Irene Hernandez Irene Hinojosa Robin Hix '-1 Billie Elliott is caught red handed in the library file cabinet. Rhonda Camp's senior year finds her to be "all smiles Georgie Mikeal, co-editor of the Warbonnet, prepares a list of P ortraits taken for the annual. me S. L l 'E Debbie Haynie receives aid concerning an algebra problem from Mrs. Chuck Huff Jon Ilseng Cramer. 118 Seniors Keith Johnson Ronny Kuhn Ji pr Ronny Kuhn makes a social call on Tricia Bedford and Debbie Haynie. IT There must be an easier way to referee a game. 'fax Sergio Martinez Norma Mendez Gary Meulach Sherry Meulach 52: Roy Laughlin Christine Limke Pam Lindenberg Pete Lopez iiia aaiai 1 rf E o ch X 'u co sw ..- 5 o E V3 no :: ca. Nc O. VI cn m Z3 .... VI D. ra S v K4 ri o 0 .- cu w :1 2 .... :s e. 5 0. .- rn. In -.rr Sir? r.1,..1r.. ii r L A. .N-mfr 1 ew . . fir if kkkk 1 iw.. . 55 - .T 1 is X' X ' 1 1 'QSNN i -151111: . --'N fc- K. 2"i'i1I2r ' N ' 1 lla- L ' ., f 'ik . . W , . ,- 5 3,.,--v""' 1 , g' . gr - 7 L -in .V f , W - , Y- L +M- ,:i,A. r , N,b, zqb , ,Hp N, X are ww -wwwwowwrwwer m N' - 5 ii ' . 2 f X W JAQHYXTM. T 'if ' 1 -- A 2 fi i , 5553,-Jvlwx '- fr ,2-an K i 'iw " l ' ' '-" - - 1 Mark Vickery doesn tures Glenda Wesson t realize the caveman approach is out as he cap- Seniors I I9 mmm... Joe Bob Everett lets out a "Go Warriors" at the Simon pep rally . 120 Seniors Georgie Justin Mikeal Moulder , W , X X FW, If 'Lx fy -t V... .,f4f""mWvg, as N ' B Debi Montgomery A . 1HHeMcC211-mer The "serious" part of Bobby Niksick shows through . B 1 Barbara Pearson enjoys the trips to her locker. .'-in Mary Bobbi McKinzie Maria Najvar Gary Nesloney Newman Kenneth Norskow . ,A ii? Q' A' 1 if A Q fr , , if Irin a 45663 1 ' W. wqh X 2 4 2' ,ic 1 ,Ziyi Christine Limke and Vicki Freeman enjoy Mrs. Swift's group discussions. Game captain Pete Lopez talks at G.P. pep rally. Susan 19 5 Micki Payne Hector Pena Randy Pitts 89' Barbara Pearson Suzanne Borrer solemnly holds her lamb at the Livestock Show . Maria Pownell Baldemar Reyes Reyes Seniors I 21 Togetherness is the key to Mark Vickery and Ronald Rushing's close relationship. x bmw Tony Rudy Reyna Rios John Burkhardt was recently named "Mr. Uncola of 1975. " I22 Seniors Ronald Rushing Sylvia Sanchez Randy Schwirtlich Linda Rogers Teri Rose Joe Roznovsky 'V ,r-"' T0mmY Alan Shiller Shrader Steve Larry Sims Smith Susan Mark Stansill Vickery it Mary Glenda Webb Wesson 4-var Z- W? f Kenneth Stanley Williams Wilson wi , J a,y,ll, aalll ,a.1 Robert Willa Wagner Warf S fl in Debbie James White Williams fav .err Denny Steve Wright Yoakum Seniors 1 23 IU IDR CLASS OFFICERS u Q ff' "X NS 2 N M gig W r ,, SS .S S. S S .,4S S, 2 ,S 4 S S4 , z A S'-A 5 FW' . ' F S f 7 'A xy' 'S f VSSS f i . 1 f .4S , ? 4 , S vyurwklwfnx . 1 S M ,S. SS JW' Q f' 1+ 1 M'-'S S ' ff- S wwf S SSSSS S ,SSS S jijjtqf A"f'l' Sli S, SS ,S ff SS 'S a .S "ii, :'1X f' S- 'f SVVQ M V S -frfiiwaf ' A W mu 4:7 1 24 Juniors Melesa Spreen Dennis Berry Io Anne Todd Carol Bersen Jeff Bouldin Treasurer Parliamemarian President Vice President Secretary Diane Blomquist Melvin Bockholt Brian Bodine Jackie Boone Jeff Bouldin Marc Bradberry Calvin Brown Daryl Brown Richelene Bullard Adrienne Burkhardt Janet Burnside Manuel Cabrera Judy Cantu Micheal Carlock Delmo Casarez Lendal Adams Rodney Alexander David Algeo Sandra Allen Norma Arispe Bill Atchley Billy Bain Janet Barlow Alma Barrera Robert Barrera John Beckett Carol Bernsen Dennis Berry Billy Bird Becky Blackwood Juniors l 25 William Cavitt Linda Clark W -1- Q psa- 1 ,V 'Eff T Darlene Cook V David Cook ' , ,llz , MM Ulf Maxx Debbie Crider Julie Dodds W, Av, .5 V, X, gb V Dale Dreyer MW-'fafb 142. Vickie Ferk 1 26 Juniors Darwin Shaw shows a fellow student his Ultra Brite smile Donna Fischer Elvira Flores James Fortner Fred Fredrick Arnold Garcia 9 ' 115111 iqfqzqlglxli on '5 Blondie Gonzales Debbie Hanson ,, 1' 1 i x Qi s O Q Kenny and David dread another day of school. Ada Garza Janet George Tracy Gollnick One of Herbie Sims busier days. Debbie Hatch Mark Haven Paul Hickey Mary Catherine Hill Larry Hoeber Tommy Hoeber , X '. 4 .1 f A 2 Ricky Hoelscher Timmy Hoelscher Juniors I 27 r 128 Juniors Robert Lange Linda Lankford John Latham Cindy Lemma Linda Lindenberg Doyle Little Ralph Little Mayvic Luby Christine Luna Pam Mahan Mark Martiello Norma Martinez Dani Massey Bruce Mayfield Jeff Mekush sid' " 155- it Susan Horton Ba-rba-ra-Huber Kenneth Johnson Kim Johnson Sharon Johnson Beua Kendrick Chris Kilgore Bobby King Tamela Knippa Susan Kocurek Bryan Kofford Kelly Krietsch David Kronke Mike Kuhn Bill Laird Brenda Mettlach Brad Miller Robert Morgan Jerry Murphey David McCain Doug McGraw Peggy McNabb Bobby Nichols Arturo Nino Carol Nino Ronald Norskow Charlotte Norton Yolanda Ortiz Jimmy Overton Mike Payne wr, N J l fi fav' Christela Pena Billie Phillips Marshall Pyles Robin Rathmell Rodolfo Reyes Eddie Rios Nathan Roberts Joe Rodenberg Augustine Rodriguez Guillermo Rodriguez Jimmy Rodriguez Darla Roe Allen Rogers Diane Rumley Joey Seale Juniors l29 Y ' A . 3 WM ra. ag. t. '-1 me znfq, "T ' Sililili 45 iirlifiziih-5.l:i,i.i:.,' was ttusssss us: 'VL .ff 'AX Roy Schibi Brian Schmidt David Schroeder Darwin Shaw Chuck Shuits Home Sweet Home! V A we sq' L VVLV Sims 'DDMGA4 1 is Q4 ' it , 5 di,i f t if id h iVVL IV m,,, r V,,V 8 Q L , 8 . r :,, " fm h. .31 K V. Vyzxlfaf v VK , . Vi' XVVVV fi I1 I t iii litem. 5 5, 1' I A 2, ,,.,, t ,," ."', 2'2f :V '..' N' ,. i YV'd' ' HMTMM 3: Y ,,,,,.. M DTN Mx' Q Ricky L 255' Simrd x 130 Juniors David Kronke stretches for a jump ball against Aransas Pass at a home game. Kathy Snow Melesa Spreen Teresa Spreen Jeff Srp Debbie Stewart Kathy Taylor Brenda Teague David Thomas VA, n.a,,.- , ' Gayla Thomas What ya say Coach? Rosalinda Io Anne Vallejo Todd Robert Gerardo Vasquez Vasquez 4 f Janet Vaughan David Thomas is the new presiding presi- dent of the jail bird association. Mike Vickery i""' Esmeralda Villegas Glynna Wilson Margo Wright Mike Wright Juniors I 31 SQPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS .2 'M ,wer '! . . if . K gf? . , X i ,KQ. . r r i 132 Sophomores 'f I nes David Najvar Ronnie Nesloney Bemadette Arnecke Jenni er o Treasurer Secretary Vice President President -. No ,gl -we Shawn Bevley Sherry Blakney David Bockholt Lisa Boone Yolanda Bosquez Arturo Botello Terry Bradley Lisa Bright Sally Brinkman Billy Bristol Ronald Broughton Vonnie Buendel Robby Adams Sheila Allen Belinda Alvarez Allen Anderson John Arispe Bemadette Arnecke Sherry Ashmore Bob Atherton Raymond Barboza Brian Bartlett Kevin Bel Donna Bell Jack Bell Gwen Bentley Debbie Berryhill Sophomores I 33 Sophomores 134 Mark Caka Juan Camacho Cynthia Cantrell Lupe Cantu Norma Cantu Lupe Carbajal Felipe Cardenas Eva Cardona Donna Carlile Dalberto Casares Hilda Chabera Paula Champion Phyllis Champion Janet Chism Pauletta Clark Billy Clybum Tony Comuzzie Johnny Corbin Butch Crawford John Daniels .......-Q. oiae i i f 1 'If ' X 5 K..' if fff7'Sff' i if -1' ' Barf ! ! ! Seems to be the reaction of Jay Hartman as he throws his head out the weight room window naw' Juanita Escobar John Evans Lynn Farrell Kathy Fischer Maria Diaz Lorraine Dickerson Allen Doubrava Lawrence Downing Twila Eads Marilyn Eilers Cathy Elliott Cindy Elliott Ronnie Enderle Joni Ervin Maria Sifuentes finds bugs for Biology. Tommy Flores Tim Ford Caroline Foster Alan Fuertes Anna Gallagher James Gamez Diana Gantz Esmeralda Garcia Sylvia Garza Randy Gordon Sophomores l 35 Mark Graham Nancy Graham Laura Haberzettle David Hall Iva Hall Dallas Harris lay Hartman Gordon Hase Linda Haskell Wally Hernandez ff X' 'wie Jennifer Jones, running back for the Dynamite Dames, takes a short break at powder puff game. 136 Sophomores Charles Hersehbach JoAnn Hickey Bill Hill Robert Hilton Irma Hinojosa Marcella Hoelscher Patton Hudson Jim Hull Jeff Ilseng Jerry Ilseng Released Cheerleader Jeff Ilseng gets down to business at the Gar- ter Bowl . 1 W l 'A 5 rel Rx 'Tx Karen Jaur Bill Johnson Jennifer Jones Ricky Jongema Isabel Joslin Robert Knippa Barry Knoy Brenda Kuhn Karen Lange Taylor Latham Alice Loving Marilyn Lowrance Becky Marsh Anna Marie Martinez Wayne Melton One of Sally Brinkman s many faces Check em out Ruben. Rose Moreno Cruz Mota Teresa Mulhollan David McDonald David Najvar f' Sophomores 137 1-.4 138 Sophcmores S Ruben Portales Neal Price David Purvis Sally Ramirez Angie Reyes Janice Rhoades Joel Rhyne Sally Rios Larry Robb Anna Rodriguez Javier Rodriguez Reynaldo Rodriguez Santos Rodriguez Frank Salazar George Salinas David Neese Ronnie Nesloney Mauricio Newman Cindy Norskow Steven Norskow Paul Oliver Elisa Ortiz Diane Outlaw Bennett Pearce Maria Penn Mark Pennington Stephanie Penning Cindy Perales Marvin Pivonka Lauren Plummer ton 'YQ' s E Diana Sanchez Charlie Sasser Kim Schumacher Ricky Shadle Lonnie Shook Josie Sifuentes Maria Sifuenres Rodrigo Sifuentes Ioan Skoruppa Peggy Smith Scott Smith Cynthia Soliz Joyce Swetlick Juan Terrazas Lanie Terry Imogene Tischler Vickie Tyree David Villanueva Susan Wade Rachal Wagner Scott Waychoff Frank Weikel Kelly Wheeler Paul Whitney David Williams Frank Wood Debbie Wright Henry Yarbrough Ronald Zuniga Roy Zuniga Sophomores 139 PRESI-IMAN CLASS OFFICERS 140 Freshman Manuel Cortez Midge Sayers Pat Pownell Charia Bedford Vice President President Treasurer Secretary Diane Botello Sandy Bradberry Tommy Bradberry Cindy Brown Doug Buendel Terral Bullock William Burkhardt Alex Bustamaute Delia Bustamaute Mary Cantu Joseph Carballa Tim Carscadden Rosie Casarez Petra Cervantes Christi Chism Gabriel Alaniz Walter Anderson David Anzaldua Mary Arredondo Eric Ashmore Lynne Atchley David Atherton Sarina Barrios Bruce Beddoe Charla Bedford Judi Bell Beth Bianchi Tammy Blake Joy Boone Armondo Botello Freshman 141 Emmanuel Neva Carlton Rudy Bryan Robert Cortez Cox Crothers Cruz Curry Delgado Mary Janet Lorri Allen Kenneth David Dodds Dolan Doubrava Durham Durham Ebert 'Q I dig your body! Looook, Mr. Wineland! Laura Wes Cgstal Linda Belinda Estes Ferguson Fernandez Fernandez Figueroa -vi. 142 Freshman Jesse Tommy David Buddy Laura Flores Foster Gamez Ganders Garcia 9 Q Charla Bedford doing what she does best. The Cherokees seem to have something to smile about after a win against Calallen. Noe Ricky Tina Becky Bobby Lydia Garcia Garcia Garcia Gaut Gonzalez Gonzalez Mary Oscar Sylvia Bendy Madolin Nora Gonzalez Gonz tlez Gonzalez Graves Griffin Hanson Freshman 143 144 Freshman Ruth Ann Jones Maria Joslin Chuck Joyner April Keith Tina Kendrick James King Linda Kocurek Tommy Kronke Ken Laird Teresa Laird Dale Langley Patricia Le Blanc Robin Lemma Dayna Little Gina Little -Q . . N is it 3 my ki at 1 . i Az. im fax Shawn Hanson Terri Hatch Matt Haven Rickey Hayley David Haynie Lindy Hendley Randy Hilton Gloria Hinojosa Mary Hinojosa Kathi Hoffman Daria Hoelscher Abel Huape Carlos lnfante Robert Jalufka Kathy Johnson if Dee Ann Loving Robert Marshall Diane Martinez Fabian Martinez Grace Martinez Nancy Merritt Tricia Mikeal Wayne Miller Jeff Moulder Tom Mulhollan Deidre McDaniel Liz McDonough Mike McNabb Jennifer Nesloney Monty Nichols Tony Nino Carl Notgrass Susan Oden Teri Osborn Roxie Parker Carlton Payne Mark Payne Karen Peal Billy Pearce George Pesek Larry Peterson Juanita Portales Pat Pownell Olga Quiroz Freshman 145 Rita Rathmell Tommy Rech Donna Reindl Jeffrey Reneau Sue Reyna Donna Reynolds Donna Rich Rhonda Ridge Susan Roach . , Robin Roberts Ken Laird Ccenterb and Monty Nichols Crightj discuss English assign- ment with Mrs. Daws. 146 Freshman Michelle Sanderson Midge Sayers Roxie Scholz Debbie Silva James Smith Donna Rodenburgh Armando Rodriquez Manuel Rodriquez Bobby Rowland Mary Roznosky Scott Rumfield Connie Talley, Philip Snowden Lauren Snyder Patricia Soliz Lee Sorrows Brenda Spencer Gary Teague Mark Thomas Martha T111 Cherry Vrckers Maria Vlllaffeal Daria Hoelscher Neva Cox and Charlotte Norton take time out from the T-M track meet to clown around Naomi Walker ,Q-My Jim Walsh Aaron White Carl White George White Doug Whitaker Nora Zap ta Ray Zapata Rachel Zuniga Freshman 147 FACU LTY it i K ,I 50,1 in-,f my ADMINISTRATION MR. H. DOYLE LITTLE Superintendent MR. S. D. LEMMA Principal 5 M533 'Wx MR. RONALD BARTLETT E' x , w. 'O N ' .,, 'I .... ,, , I ibrsf' -. Qf fiffsffl x,x , LMs. K X k grjegfiii aff + X1 H ba- ' -1'-z?.E,1f.5 '-FX . W . X .fr Q- lag ' ' -X, 1' ,, x ' S '.'-1 A '53 MR. DON LOVING MR. JERRY JOHNSON MR. B. C. WINELAND Asst. Principal MR. ORVILLE BALLARD Counselor MRS. GRACE DELAPAZ Counselor SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Sw- f. 26: A iii - Q , A - . J 'f':5?:22ff5fE5E!fffff5SZiff ' " 1' ' 425' I ,. 1: . - .fW'3i45f3gE:'fZ1fi?w ' X4 s1gQQ'Q5f?3.:?:5.gg X-1.,fj5.gf.p.ynQ,,.4g5e 'K . A Sf'X?'4E5Z??25iiEYiT , f.fI+i:'f:fff:f3:'i:ff:SExx C' Q A35211511Friiffisrfiffwif A ' ,zffz---iivsizliliii jf.. "ii-'vtfZ'4'l"iJsA-wf: - 2 ' N .N..xf?g.1.g.3Qf1f551.l ,,,:.,. . 5 '.'.,j.f,ff,f,g5,,w',... h V, . "Q Q 533' Iiizilfflfiisffff 5 3 A O . , - fi Y: Q'2f.g5-'St-:lr Mes' .Q-N... X , .- ggwf , Q -H15?ile.f1f:.a.v da: . 9 - f 'W f MR. HAROLD PRIESMEYER MR. RUDY TSCHOERNER MR. HURSHELL ALSTON MR. 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