Twin Lakes High School - Aquarian Yearbook (West Palm Beach, FL)

 - Class of 1972

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U' -1 , , .NW ,'.x..-,X 1,1 .VL-N gg--J,-,.w., ,nuwusim'f F ORE WORD Many years from now as we look back for memories of our past ................. we will be drawn to the years of our youth and the awakening of self ......... . . . . . faces of our past friends, feelings of our past emotions, and memories of our past experiences may fade ......... as we search through our physical treasures we will find within our annual a priceless collection of old friends and accomplish- ments brought back into focus ............ we will not be looking just for ourselves but for the school and all it was ................... as we fought to conquer the ever degrading menace of racism ........... . . . . . . . . . . . increase the quality of the education provided for us .......... and find a purpose for our very existence .................. the AQUARIAN staff has worked hard to take your experiences and intertwine them into a memorable story and hope that you will stop, look, remember, and say: "THAT WAS A VERY GOOD YEARV, MEMORABILIA FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION . . . 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" ,K fp ,Q is--, , - . ' N., . I , ,A ....- R' 191 -W - ., The Man HERBERT H. BRIDWELL The most demanding job in school is that of the principal. Ho is called upon to deal with teachem, parents. and students who at times get upset with each other. This year Mr. Bridwell also found himself playing the part of mediator between the School Board and the student hody as the school day underwent a time change. Mr. Bridwell also found his job compli- cated this year by having to guide the school through its ten year evaluation. Mr. Bridwell is looked up to by many students as a fine administrator. Hard work tends to create large messes. Q x 41 5. p. .,,. N.. i 5? . 5 .',.2m "-----.....N, in B.S. Tennessee A. and l. Stale Univ. M.A. Columbia Univ. Mr. Bridwell conversing with Evaluation Team. 15,9 I was-any t NX it "' Q l :YQ W '33 ' v We 're """ amber Two Z 7 A 1 f Working out a schedule problem. The efficiency of our Assistant Principals can only be measured by the quality of the jobs they have done as the director of activities and the arrangers of the school schedule. It should be noted that within these two jobs the entire school function is affected. Many times they may be called upon to fulfill some of the responsibilities of the principal when they overlap. The death of one of our Assistant Principals Mr. Frank Hardage was felt by the entire school body. It is difficult to replace anyone in the middle of the school year: in this case, it proved to be even more so, as Mr. Hardage brought with him thirty years of experience in education. FRANK G. HARDAGE B.S. Millsaps M.A. Univ. of Southern Mississippi 77 JAMES E. JOHNSON A B.S. and M.A. Florida A..and M. Univ. t Waiting to serve you. The En orcers S.-4-:K ' " f fff fililsf X3 H Q3 5S0fA8THlS Q . : I 'unsaztnr 5 e . EWUNDW 5 '- zyutv... mg Well, I wasn't reeeally sick yesterday. Some may feel that the job of the Deans involves only the punishment of students. But in actuality the Deans' job is much more pervasive. It entails dealing with parents. faculty, and administration, as a line of communication. They are also responsible for keeping the records needed by the State Department, on attendance, as well as looking out for the general welfare of the entire student body. Pass to class. I LILLIE B. DRAYTON B.S. Howard Univ. M.S. Florida Atlantic Univ. JAMES W. WESTBROOK B.S. Appalachian State Univ. M.Ed. Univ. of Mississippi Ll We .SD W ..... , g . n,,t,.f.-1' 1 A ,,,..,. we' . 1 . Direction l for the 2 Futu re 'ts 0-. X 'P "f Q ,. 'L -GQ ' .hw S Why not sign up for World Literature?? The Guidance Department on the third floor of the main building is one ofthe best in the county. These are the people who tell seniors that they don't have enough credits to graduate, juniors how great it will bc next year and sophomores about the years of hard work ahead. Onc of the Dcpartment's busiest times of the year is planning' next year's schedules. These must be checked and re-checked to make sure everyone has enough credits and the required courses for June. .ccording to your Senior Placement Scores . . . CHESTER L. CAMPBELL JIMMIE H. JAMES NB.. M-Ei B.S. Hampton lnstitute University of N. Carolina M.A. Michigan State Univ. 4 1 E , ELLIS W. CUTRIGHT MARTHA C- MIX A.B., M.A. W. Virginia Univ. B.S. Univ. of N. Carolina 23 First to Arrive and Last to Leave Oh no . . . not another bomb scare. WANDA M. 1 HENINCER 49. X ff Y? xf T if T' : 33" L POLLY s. KELLY ' 'L 1 v 5 L Vg X l 5 it IRENE E. Mt-RAE BETTYE W. SMART NETTIE B. SMITH Jw 24 gmttoaoef Ring. Hello, Twin Lakes High. S0 begins 21 typical-day for our secretarial staff. The ser- vices provided for both students and faculty by the secretaries arc as varied as they are time COIISIIIIITIIQI. They are behind the scenes ready to assist students with college requisitions, school rt-vords, and testing information. The job of keeping money for all the numerous orga- nizations on vampus in order is another laborious task performed by this Capable staff. 8150, 3151. 8152, 8153 . . . 7 . 7: 5 me W, WWQ. Keeping up with the times. lll tho Crow's ne-st, thc- library or media center as it is now called. underwent many excit- ng 1-lianges tlIis year. The media specialists. Mrs. Keller and Mr. Tormala have brought the 'cntcr up to date with new techniques and ideas. Decorated with posters and other art work, t is a ph-asant place to go on Monday and Wednesday nights for extra studying. As well as books, tht- studvnts van now borrow tapes, records, and film strips to help them with their erm pzlpvrs and reports. W ' i if VIRGINIA D. BRATTON - YJ , if I -P' f gift.. I has 6, 3 I ANNA K. KELLER . . it E A.B.Dukeunav. . f i KATHRYN G. PEEL ROBERT W. TORMALA A.B-. A.M.L.S. 4 I .. M Q V - . J ' , X F if 0 , Q is 9 J . ' 4 . ff l ffgv-K 3 no Univ. of Michigan , 2 I ffm' 'N I77777 77 7 7777 7 7 Read, Learn, Express Another electric monster!!! 7 if 'Mmmmmmmm, that looks good yn PATRICIA L. PICHE B.S. Univ. of Akron M.S. Western Reserve Univ. JOHN H. SINGLETARY Univ. B.S. Florida A. and M. Creativit in Bloom Colors were blooming all over the Art Department this year as the students expressed their feelings and developed their imaginations with such projects as sand casting, painting large murals and other worthwhile projects. Advanced courses have gained experiences in silk screen and watercolors. The students have gone on field trips this year to such places as the society of the Four Arts and the Humanities Department at Palm Beach Junior College. Through these trips the students see the works of amateurs and professionals to gain ideas for their own endeavors. ". . . And now for all you seniors, this is the alphabet." On your mark, get set . . . CO. Typing, shorthand. 'accounting and bookkeeping are the classes offered in the Business Education Department. It is one of the larger departments in the school and at least one third of the graduates from T.L.H.S. have taken classes in the Business Department. Students find these courses to benefit them most after graduation when they find their acquired skills to be in great demand. ii . iiit , . MAXINEJ. BARSHELL N, 'gl B.S.E. Univ. of Florida 0 ,X ,f ir X . 4- 'N A 'N . Q' xl' K ffnfw ' I , 6 ,,. 1 t f .i m .. mana P. FAIR ' a ' ' i f L v BS. Indiana State Univ. 'if , ...wzzs MARY A. MANNINC B.S. Florida A. and M. Univ HARLEY E. MCGHEE B.A. College of Wooster M.Ed. Ohio Univ. CATHERINE F. BRISTER B.S. Univ. of S. Mississippi ANTHONY C. KRAYER B.A. New York Univ. DAVID H. LOCKW OOD A.A. Brevard Jr. College B.A. Univ. of S. Florida CHESTER V. WILLIAMS BS. W. Virginia State Univ. B.S. Florida A. and M. Univ. M.S. Indiana Univ. "gs Mr. A. Wright took over the job of D.C.T. advisor after Mr. Williams -.-' 1 . 5 .,,v. -. jk nfl' I5 ,gi 'FA x use S 2+ ,N - With classes in the early morning, ,10- if Learn Doing The school day begins early for the students in the Cooperative Edu- cation Departlnent. These students go to work'a half day and go to school the other half. Within the sys- tem, both employer and employees gain much from this system, for the student, a good education and for the employer, a well trained worker. The students raise money for worth-while projects by running the school store, selling candles, calen- dars, and note cards. They can also be found entering many contests on the state level at conventions which help to improve their program. D.C.T. students are in 'school before others wake up. 3131 JE? Ns 241 ,Z as e,,: . , 4- A EDWARD H. BOELL B.S.. M.A. New York Univ. STUART S. CUSHMAN B.A. Presbyterian College M.A. California Western Univ. l Safety first is the motto of the Drivers Education Department. The teachers try to instill in the students the dangers of driving improperly and the enjoyment that can be had from driving safely. Students see movies on safety, the effects of alcohol while driving, and the simulations of accidents. Since Drivers Education is a half-year course, students are required to take Health as their other half year course. ln this class they are exposed to such things as personal cleanliness and nutrition. l ,g l y gg l l All right, you can be quiet now. Another day in the life of a Drivers Ed teacher. ,....-I GEORGE E. GULLIGN A.B. Georgetown College t RICHARD C. MELEAR B.S. John B. Stetson Univ. M.Ed. Florida Atlantic Univ. 1 f A .. 5.4! E231 ommunicating HELEN K. ABBOT1' th ROSEMARY W- as., Ms. Auburn CHILLINGWORTH A.B. Univ. of Georgia urselves and JEWELL M. CULLOM QERSXL-,QEQYER them . . IV. 0 . 0l'l B DePaul Univ- M.Ed. Florida Atlantic Univ. They never listen! , A L iw . , Q V X GERTRUDE W. EUTSAY A.B. Florida A. and M. Univ. x .-2255: N , igasi'-r. H og 2 1. " J J, 2?11',f" 5 mr? ""-W BS. Fort Valley State College A Momentary escape from student bombardments. , HELEN M. HAMILTON ,M LK .M ' A a,"x,6" x . fix, 'i's'X , ,LW - r... X58 ,. W Q 'Q 4 Qi ,M l SAX Ginn R'-img ""----..- 132' -I nv ' y BARBARA D. MeCALL BA. Stetson Univ. MA. Cornell Univ. JERRY L. N, PARLETTE A.B. Anderson College The haekhone of any learning institution vould he its English Department. We find hal all other fields of knowledge rely quite ieavily on the ahility of a person to coin- nuniezito and interpret what is said. ln rying to provide these skills the English Department of Twin Lakes High provides ts students with many varied projects and -lass assiginni-nts. Students will find them- elves 1-aught up in the writing of term pa- yers, studying authors and their views, or novies and expanding their vocabulary on heir way to a better umicisiumiing of hem. BARRY A. QUIGLEY B.A.. M.A. Florida Atlantic Univ. HELEN M. SHEFFIELD B.S., M.A. East Tennessee Stale Univ. .A-H .nw ' . i BERTHA L. PARRISH B.A. Florida A. and M. Univ. M.A. New York Univ. Why don't you sophomores start acting like sophomores? -1' . A 1 , 9-1'-f :ff ' A35 ., , Jw. 42 3' ' -. l ,fix 5- ,.L' ,g:Pf0-pda . -.gger .xx y 'IGS' 1 -Q. X u. 5 5316 PEGGY L PHILLIPS BS Eaat Tennebsee Slat: Unn M A George Peabody Do you really believe tha fi t XQS 53.55 Breaking the Language Barrier .,,,.- ...-sys: K will ,,. , . .XX . Egg ESTHER M. BLACK A.B. Bethany College M.L. Univ. of Pittsburgh ROBERT L. PARKER BA. Univ. of Florida M.Ed. Florida Allanlic Univ. PAULINE E. PERUSSE B.A. Univ. of Wales HERBERT T. UGALDE B.S. Florida Atlantic Univ. 3 5' Oh, how I wish I could take a nap. l Now class . . . repeal after me. l . . .ff sm - 'f f 1 --nl h -me Oh, you drive me crazy! The Foreign Language Department is one of the most interesting ones in school. The stu- lents learn, not only another language, but another culture and another way of life. Each stu- .ent acquires a new name and begins to live a new life as he becomes French, Spanish, or Berman. Through the use of the language lab and many opportunities for oral work today's students el much more at ease with their new language. Not only can they read and understand this nguage. but are able to express themselves with a more authentic accent when they speak it. Five minutes to blastoff! But Mrs. Perusse I don't even know what pannter means in English. PISILLE OSCAR Les MSQUES du HUER U 4:1 . --fs'-wa'rP 'V C o'.:'. 1 'nil' 0:.l..'O 1' ,O 'C This pattern is ridiculous!!! , , CATHERINE F. BRISTER B.S. Univ. of Southern Mississippi SIL rrmg BEATRICE E. JENKINS , M.S. Hampton Institute v Memorzes L if MARGARET R. 3 TOR1z I E I NM A sR f B.s. Florida state i,ti f if' ' ffl Kiel I Thi-re art' varied art-as of education. but only one is especially for girls, Home Economic Within the three classrooms that house- this department, there is more than just sewing an cooking going on. Home-making skills are developed as girls plan house interiors. learn 1 liatho lialvivs, plan weddings and learn to feed six people on forty dollars 21 week. After th yearbook is pavkvtl away in an attic trunk. those students will always remember how mar limos it took them to ptlt in their first zipper. or the one hundred ways Mrs. Bristcr taugl the-ni to vool-L liamhurgvrs. Well it looks pretty good let's see how it tastes 351:55 if Building the Future This board is claimed. And this is where you put the water for the wipers. , l 'S Q '1 -.. i . 1 .---- Ag-, Woodworking, car painting and drawing buildings art' a fvw of thc offerings of our lnduslriztl Arts Department. Students have tht' opportunity to learn a skill and gain self confidence within the time allotted to those vlzissvs. One of the nicv features of the-sv cuursvs is living able to take home the results of their labors for immediate use. uw , , ,W 2,-AMA..-,. ' FRANK N. HAAS B.S. Indiana State Univ. JOSEPH .l. KEMP B.S. Florida A. and M. Univ. KENNETH WITT BA. California State College A ll I think the answer is . Geometry proofs are a pain . . . JOHN W. BLAKE B.S., M.S. Florida State Univ. RUTH L. BOWER A.B. College of Wooster M.Ed. Florida Atlantic Univ. JOHN W. CARPENTER A.B. Fairmont Stale College LOUISE E. COOKS B.S. Florida A. and M. Univ. M.Ed. Florida Atlantic Univ. CLINE H. CRAIN B.S. Univ. of Missouri ALEEN S. HARRIS B.S. Florida A. and M. Univ. Adding To Tomorrow , I my -g . A , X . . in .xo M Q4 x,.. f... ,Q is 4, ,Lp if. - 22 ,L 4' x 4 ag I 'JL The Mathematics Department is one of the busiest of the hill since a credit in math is required for graduation and the majority of students ake more in preparation for college or that big job For these varied interests the courses offered range from Basic Math to Geometry and Cal- ulus The department offers quality point courses for the adx anced students going to college and Business Math for the students who are com- Tnme out' WILLIE MAYS, JR. B.A. Moorehouse M.A. Univ. of Florida CARL H. SANDIFER BS. Georgia Institute of Technology FOREST W. SHIVELY A.B. Ball Slate Univ. B.D. Bethany Slate Univ. 'iii' V ggi I ,. Tl i A. 37 , R i Bach '- . ,, no R Beethoven ' Bacharach 51 ,1 V 'kafiri-e . I if -i The nolcs and rests which make up music are the beginning of a first rate ' Music Department. With the excellen guidance of Miss-Carpenter and Mr. Mucci X X a dedicated group of young men ani women are Created, resulting in a superiol rated band and a choir which performs il churches and concerts the year round Through these many activities, lastin friendships are achieved and never forgot len. Keep Smiling! That's loo high for mel!! X , M. VIRGINIA CARPENTER A.B. Union College M.A. Columbia Univ f ' RICHARD V. MUCCI M.S. Univ. oi Miami Dress Out . . . or Else! "Dress out or else." is the friendly warning our physical education teachers give their stu- dents eve-ry day. This year the Physical Education Department has been enlarged with the ad- dition of another gym, making it easier for the girls as well as the boys to enjoy sports year round. Though some may not enjoy that warm 'sticky feeling, the time spent keeping the body in condition sccms to pay dividends both physically and academically. Getting ready for a workout. "if kv, - ff' i --.L-' h II Vit in ll lm 2' 'fun ' ml : au nu , 'un ' nn ,,,- i nn ' in fm Ill p ,ff I II! . ""f,f . ,mm Q1 llllll H 1' i ,zsim In tm I f--9 21B ' .I HIE :nm tt. ,nas ..,,,, ii. n 'llll Piililly w I nu I"' Ulmer ' :ug ' gums III' ,mlm li gg rimim ll ll g ' i :mill l I I itll ty, ff I fx , fter I 'Nw-1' Q One, X3 two, three. four . . . ROGER M. COFFEY B.S. Bethune Cookman M.S. Indiana Univ. LISA A. FINLASON A.A. Palm Beach Jr. College BA. Florida Atlantic Univ. CHARLES HEN INGER BS. Purdue MARSI-IA Y. KING B.S. Lincoln Univ. The Nature JOSEPH F. ALOI B.S. Univ. of Maryland M.A. Fairfield JOHN W. BLAKE B.S., M.S. Florida State of Things Univ. And this i JOSEPH .l. CERAVOLO S B.S. Davis and Elkins .K M.Ed. Univ. of Pittsburgh "1sf"' . i ij ai ii l. , lk K ff 1, Q N CLINE H. CRAIN is a DNA mo B.S. Univ. of Missouri lecule. f ii Q This is the biggest set of tinker toys I've ever pl with! Because of our advanced scientific socie ty, emphasis has been placed on the impor tance of such courses in the high school With this demand, honor courses such a. Physics, Chemistry II and Biology H hav been introduced and encouraged for all stu dents aiming towards a career in eithe science or mathematics. The Science De partment also offers courses in Basic Biolo gy and Biology l for the students who ar required to get their credit in a science. ,::..ix- 1'::--Q..e4,ii.V lkfdtl ,av Y 5-L X 7 SAMUEL H.c0oKE ' 5g-gy Bs.. M.s. Univ. of B N Pittsburgh Q i ' LINDA F. mfiizm' 4- B.S. Univ. of Florida t q 6 GEORGE E. GULLION ' 55 1 ' A Y A.B. Georgetown College ' X , l . l..et's start with the basics , . . H20 is water. iii ii Q stsv-seiifmvw, i . .Q Q 0 i I i .,.'..f.a.e , , , .nie e J n 1 ' . en.-f, 4 . . t A r A. si Perfect attendanrcY!' bl K .-xg RICHARD C. MELEAR BS. John B. Stetson Univ lVl.Ed. Florida Atlantic CARY J. bPARKS B.S. Eastern Michigan Univ. MOSES B. STU BBS. B.S. Bethune-Cookman College M.Ed, Tuskrgce Institute "Enjoy your A . . . it's the only one you will get DOROTHY G. F ELTON B.S. Florida A. and M. Univ. EDWARD D. GARRITY A.B. Ohio Northern Univ. M.A. Boston Univ. EARNESTINE B. HARRIS BA. Talladega College JAMES F. HOWE B.S. Northwestern Univ. M.E. Bowling Green State Univ. .1- N The story of man is told from Ancient Greece to the emerging African nations through the Social Studies Department. Students learn about different cultures and the causes of leaders' actions and reactions. The four courses offered in this depart- ment: World History, American History, Contemporary History, and Psychology: serve as a basis for understanding our heri- tage as a nation and ourselves as individu- als. By studying the past, students gain new insights into the future, when they become the world's leaders. l'm sure it's in here somewhere. T t l 4 3 1 2 t 1 fa W - I' -,Q ' fzoi t This sure is good! LEE R. LIVELY A.B. Marshall Univ. M.l:'.d. Florida Atlantic Univ. CHARLES l... McMANUS A.A. Palm Beach Jr. College B.S., M.Ed. Florida Atlantic Univ DEANE O. UNDERWOOD B.A. Florida Atlantic Univ. TERRIS G. WATSON .B.A. Florida A. and M. Univ. M.A. Indiana Univ. Thi' wnotlcn liuiltling lwlwevn the svivrim' and inalustriul arts buildings, housvs what many students Consider tht' ln-st vlzlss of thu day. Spcvch students learn sell' t-onfidont-c. inc-ct other students from all owr tht- slnlv. and coinpt-to in tourna- nu-nts usually coming out in first place. Mrs. McCall und Miss Phillips are not reg- ular tt-zivln-rs. tht-y are more like personal fri:-nds and guidance counsvlors to their studvnts. I forgot my lines!!! Speak ut! BARBARA D. A Mc CALL '34, B.A. l-131' M.A. Cornell Univ. bt ...SQ it Sometimes I wonder . . . PEGGY L. PHILLIPS B.S. East Tennessee Slate Univ. M.A. George Peabody Q ' Q . K G l l ef. JULIUS .l. BUNCHE B.S. Edward Waters College RUTH G. KYTE A.B. Baldwin Wallace College M.A. Columbia Univ. Preparing for Future Occupations ln the basement of the Elementary Building one will find students receiving an education in the Basics of English, grammar and literature, and Contemporary History, Americanism versus Communism, and United States Government, as well as good working habits. Occupa- tional Education offers the above classes in the morning, and at lunch the students go their separate ways to jobs. Because of this course, the student in it becomes a better employee, and a better citizen. l can't help it if it's not in color. gi, ,W , 4 If .91 W! 3 A . . . 6 ,f,r"-4 ..- ,-E L.. ,L ,. " . 1' MDA, A ., -A .- 1.0" I .-- 'J 29? . E-Iss' O M...-.1-aivi 'K Apw.-. wr L ',"fr ' 4 . E '2 1 , f gif '7 15' gizaw 112 f ,V --4.53.2 r'. . , ., , ' ' ,M I 'F - f. ,, fu. ng- :- :ggi A , ?-T-.. . W IA" 5 NL , H ik Nun 5 H' . f 'MH f l' ' AW 5 nu ff aw 5+ xygf.. Q nf '-'P 2 5 FE 5511 1. ' " N ' .-5 ffffff v ' T ' '.n n'...-- I ' r x v xi . CLASSES President: Bruce Williams gn 4 U1 A- ,id in N My i . w ' .rig A s... K ' ' 'w X I ,A I Us-H. W it ,g:v.5:.xd,..g': n .wh ,I-171'-1..' ,V s- ,,. -- v l P, sg?'r'f4F' Q1 ir-Srl .4 g, '. " . ,.1g2-- -va L.,,.6- f L 6.245 35, ' if ' ' ' r,, 55111 1,1 .194 ', , 2 V- 4' .a'i'36t-' ,rn ' ,X "Q ' i :1.',r' .-yn. -3 :- JZ' lr ifxi Jgylllg Sponsors: Mr. Howe, Mrs. Eutsay, K 1 Q- . sgg ff? ' i K l Secretary: Elizabeth Bluntson V. President: Melanie Hanshaw ----....- ,., Mr. McManus CLASS OF 1972 In ll' Treasurer: Shirley Towns 1 PATRICK CURTIS ADAIR KATHY SEARFOSS ADAIR JAMES EUGENE ADAMS ARTHUR ALLEN JOHN GARLAND ALLEN NANCY MARIE ANDERSON RONALD FRANKLIN ANGUS JOY ELLEN ARENSON FRED DAVID ARNETT, JR. Say h BERNARD EUGENE ARNETTE BOOKER JEROME ASBERRY RITA AILEEN ATWOOD .IOANN BAECKER ELLEN BETH BAKER MARY ELIZABETH BALLARD DAVID PAUL BANKS CLARENCE EUGENE BAN NISTER JR. DARELL RUDOLPH BARBER ELOISE BARFIELD FRANK ROBERT BARRY RACHEL BARRY SHIRLEY ANN BELL CYNTHIA SHERRIE BENNETT NANCY LEA BENNETT DIANE BETHEL EUGENE BETTEX LYNA ANN BIRDEN DEDRA VENICA BIVINS RENEE DENISE BLAND LAURIE EVE BLOCK KELVIN CHARLES BLOUNT ELIZABETH RUTH BLUNTSON CURTIS LEE BOITNOTT LINDA JEAN BENTLEY BERNARD BERRY HELEN LIVINGSTGNE BERRY WILLIAM CRAIG BOUCHILLON WALTER BOOTH BROOKS ELIZABETH HELEN BROOME TALECA ANN BROWDER DEBRA RENE BROWN DIANE BROWN LEANDER BROWN RONALD THEODIS BROWN VICTORIA LOUISE BROWNING WILLIAM DENVER BRYAN ALOIS JEAN BRYANT CAREN ALDA BULMER BERNADETTE HELEN CACCETTA REGINALD LEONARD CAMPBELL GAROLD DALE CANNON DCROTHY LUCILLE CARRAWAY CYNTHIA ELOISE CARTER DEBORAH SANDRA CARTER DENISE OMELIA CARTER FRANK DAVID CATHEY LARRY CHAPMAN EDWARD LEE CHAPPELL RAMONA LEVON CHAPPELLE DEIDRA CHEESEBOROUGH VICKI MAXINE CHILTON CARTHA CHRISTIAN DEBORAH ANN CHRISTIAN CAMILLA JOYCE CLARK CONNI LEE CLARK CAROLINE IAN CLARKE CZJWWKGLRZU-0"Nf C37 iv Xian' V 1 What! They're paying attention for once. -. " L I ,S i f .' X T RENEE DENISE CLARKE CATHERINE CLINTON TYRONE COLSON KATHY GANA CONDON JACQUELINE COOPER LORENZO COOPER CARLOS RAMON CORBOS O if GERALDINE CORNER A A .V.. S .95 . W - 1 V - Q Q. , V. i f X ,V , M, ,.............1:."" BEATRICE LOUISE COLEMAN THOMAS LEE COSTANTINE PATRICIA ELAINE COTE GINGER ANN COVINGTON JAMES WESLEY GRAIN ELIZABETH JEAN CROSSWHITE CLARISSA ANNETTE CRUMITY BEVERLY ANN DALE PAULETTA DANIELS DEBRA JEAN DAVIS JAMES EUGENE DAVIS JEFFREY WAYNE DAVISON SARAH DEAN JOHN LAURENGE DEGER BENNIE RUTH DELOACH MARY LOUISE DENNARD wr-"7 PATRICIA JEANNE DENZER DOMENICA MATHILDA DIFILIPPO MICHAEL PRICE DIVINE ROBERT EVERETT DIX ROBIN SUE DIXON 15:? SHELLEY PHELPS DODGE 'ww-v", ELIZABETH JO EDDINGTON WILLIAM ALFRED EDWARDS CATHY READE ELLIOTT E ANTHONY EUGENE DOLPHUS DANNY EDWARD DUNN MARVIN EADY -LWLLL X If How could anyone possibly GWENDOLYN PATRICE ELLIOTT DEAN F ELLOWS THEODORE CLIFTON F IZER DANA JAMES FLETCHER ELVIRA FRANCIS GLORIA JANE FOUTS 'D LEWIS PRESTON FRANKLIN LAURIE JAN FRENCH MARVIN EMORY FRETWELL ,ns believe that? JUDY CAROLYN GEORGE MELISSA MARIE GIF FORD THERESA ELITA GILBERT JAMES GILES HAROLD GILMORE CARL OSCAR GOLD MARY GELESTE GOODEN DEBRA ANN GOODMAN ALVIN EUGENE GOSS WALTER ANTOINE GOWENS KEITH ROSS GRIFFIN LINDA JULIE GRILLO MARY LYNN GRONENDAHL MARY LINDA GUELLI CARLOS DEAN GUVETIS ROBERT LEONARD HAMMOND PHILISTINE HANKINS MERRILEE HANSEN MELANIE JEAN HANSHAW CHERYL ANN HARE LINDA JOYCE HARPER 1 MARVA JEAN HARRIS GWENDOLYN JOYCE HATCHER SHERRY HAWTHORNE CRAIG GILBERT HAINES GLENDA SUE HALL LINDA DINELL HALL RUSSELL BYRON HEARN RODNEY JAY HENINGER KATHY LEE HERPY LISA ANN HESTERLEE KELLY JEAN HIATT SARAH FRANCES HICKSON KATIE BELLE HIGGINS WAYNE ERSKINE HIGGINS HEATHER HODGKINS OLIVE JEANNETTE HORNE SYLVIA DIANE HORNE ANNA CELESTE HOUSER DARLENE VIRGINIA HOWARD RAYMOND JIMERSON HOWARD KENT DAVID HUFFMAN WILLIAM BRADFORD HUTCHINS JOHN JOSEPH INGRAM, JR. FREDDIE JACKSON SYLVIA DIANE HUGGINS PATRICIA HUNTER DAVID LEVINE HUNTON WALTER JOE JACKSON ARTHUR STANLEY JEFFERSON FAYE LORRAINE JEFFERSON PENELOPE PATRICIA JEFFERSON .J LJLJ W ILJJJJJLIP JIII 1i"T?T'f:iL , . . ,K DENNIS JOHNSON JOE JOHNSON LORRAINE EDITH JOHNSON EDNA ANNETTE JONES GEORGE JONES JEROME HOWARD JONES JACQULINE CHARLA KAL No no, 'I h p P SHERRI KATZ CAROLYN ANN KEELS JAMES EDWARD KEELS SHERRY ANN KENNAN JOHN DOXIE KIGER, JR. ELIZABETH ANN KILBAS CLEATUS KILGALLON DEBORAH ANN KING ALTON KNIGHT CHARLES' ELMER KNOFLA GLEN ALVIN KNORR LAURA KOTTHAUS JOHN ANTHONY KRAYNICK SHARON ANN KRUSE KAREN MARIE LACROIX NICKY LEE LAMB DEBRA ANN LANDIN ADA MAE LATSON SAUNDRA LAIDORN LAWSON PAMELA JOY LEATHERMAN DEBRA MARIE LEBLANC x VICTORIA EILEEN LEONARD JOAN LEVITON LINDA BETH LICHTBLAU DONNA RUTH MCKINNEY , JOSEPH KADELL McKINNEY, III O. C. MACK RICHARD EDWARD LINDSAY YSELA LLORT BARBARA ROSE LORENZO THOMAS DANIAL LUCAS WILLIE ROGERS MCCARTY ROBIN CAROL MCCLELLAND DEBRA ANN MCCOYS JANE LOUISE MCGAF F IGAN ALTA GAYLE McGEHE LINDA FAY MCLENDON SHEILA FRANCIS-MAGUIRE EMANUEL MARCH LOUISE JEAN MAHLER SHIRLEY ANN MARCUS JOYCE ANN MARTIN JUAN MARTORELL MELANIE ANNETTE MARVIN SHIRLEY JOYCE MASHBURN SUSAN ALLEN MEAD DENNIS CLARENCE MERCHANT DELIA J OANN MINEFEE JOHN LEE MINOR KARLA ELAINE MITCHELL JOHN ROBERT MOORE , mtrvirw :Y 'I ' . I P .1 I S. SHERRY MORRIS JENNIFER LEE MULLENDORE CHARLES MICHAEL MURPHY TERRY ALAN MURRAY CHARLES WILLIAM MUSSELWHITE MARGARET DENISE NABORS RICHARD EVANS NEAL LARRY NEWMAN LORENA ANN NEWMAN BRUCE ALBERT NUNN CAROL HARRIS OATES MARY NANCY OBLIENIS VICTORIA OLSEN BARBARA OREGERA DEBBIE CALLIE OSKOWITZ CAROLYN DIANE OWEN CHARLOTTE MAY OWEN PHILIP PACKARD CLARENCE NESBITT RAMONA LEE NICHOLS ATINA NORTHRUP 0-7V-NG"fx0v RJ: YL, MICHAEL PHILLIP PAIT EDWARD JOSEPH PANIKOWSK. TERRY LYNNE PARKS CAROLYN PITTMAN JERRY RAE PITTMAN RUTHA DEAN PITTMAN xg NANCY PETERS ..,- BARBARA MARIE PHILLIPS JOHN MICHAEL PITCH -W-E, - A f,-11:5 9459 GLENN POWELL NN ALTHEA PRIDE ARINA QUIROZ YVONNE MARIE RANSOME I JUDITH ANN PITTS MOSES ANTHONY PORTER GLORIA ANN POSTELL 69 CALVIN LEON REDDEN GLORIA ANN REED JOSEPH HARLAN REED JENNIFER FRANCES RENAULT ANNIE LEE REYNOLDS P DEBBIE ANNE REYNOLDS EMILY ANN RICHARDSON DEBBIE ANNE RICKLES BARBARA ANN RIEGSECKER MELVYN RIGGINS ESTHER DENISE ROACHE MARGARET MARY ROBAN JUDY KAYE ROBBINS KAREN SUE ROBERTS PAMELA SUE ROSSER y quxel moment for the World Ln. class. VALERIE JEAN RUBERG SYNITA ANN RUFFIN THOMAS JAY RUNYON STEVE HART SAFFORD JANE MARY SAMRA DIANE MARIE SATTELY JAMES HORACE SAVAGE, III DEBRA JILL SCHAARUP MARGARET JEANE SCHROER JANET ARLENE SCOTT ELAINE SHAFFER EDDIE LEE SHANNON KATHERINE MARQUERITE SHEEDY JEAN ANN SHELDON DIANA LEE SIMMONS WAYNE OREGON SMART CHARLES LEON SMITH - DAVID- SNYDER SMITH EMMA REBECCA SMITH LAWRENCE CAMDEN SMITH LOVENIA SHANIZE SMITH SHEILA GAIL SMITH PHILIP GARY SOLES IRMA RUTH SOUTHWORTH HARDEE SHELTON SUTTON THOMAS MICHAEL SYE FRANK EUGENE TATE JACQUELYN YVONNE SPANN JANELLE SPARKS RHONDA JEAN SPARKS WELCOME SPENCE SHARON MARIE STANT GLADYS INES STEWART SIDNEY CHARLES STEWART EDWARD STONE HOLLY JANE STRATTON MYRTLE YVONNE TATE ' MARY LOU TATUM DON NELL TAYLOR MARGARET ANN TAYLOR NOVIK SHAUREE THOMAS SCOTT HAMILTON THOMPSON JOEANN TISDOL LARANIS TOMLIN SHIRLEY ANN TOWNS ROGER FLOYD TURK JOANN LEE TURNER SYLVIA MARQUERITA TURNER MARILYN FAY UNDERWOOD CHILLITA ARNETTE VALDEZ AVA LESLIE VANDEWATER xx. 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R I g for another four y EVONE MARIE VANWAGNER JODY VESHOSKY JAMES IRA VICKERS PAMELA ANNETTE WALDEN JEFFREY WALKER LINDA JEAN WARN WILLIE JOE WEBB SHIRLEY ANN WEBSTER SUSAN IVA WEINER CHERYL LYNN WELLS CAROL WEST I NANCY MARIE WEST VICKI ANN WESTBROOK VALERIA DENYSE WESTON DOUGLAS KENT WHALIN JOANNA WIDDOWS DEBORAH LEOLA WILL ANNIE LEE WILLIAMS BRUCE CHANDLER WILLIAMS EUGENE MICHAEL WILLIAMS JANE PAULETTE WILLIAMS J OHNN IE EVERETT WILLIAMS OLEN MAE WILLIAMS SANDY FAYE WILLIAMS IERALD EDWARD WILLS DENNIS JOHN WITHINGTON ROBERT ALAN WITZEL JANCY JEAN WOLTER DEBRA ANN WOODS FLOYD RANDALL WOODSON 7AMELA WOOTEN VIARY ALICE WOZNIAK NOT PICTURED: ' AMES JOSEPH ABBOTT HRK DOUGLAS BIVINS EFFERSON WILLIAM BLAKESLEE AVID BRUCE BOWERSOCK ONNA CANNADY TEPHEN WILLIAMS COMPTON OU BURN CROCKETT ICHAEL RANDALL CRONIN THOMAS CHARLES JOHNSON DAVID WESLEY YOUNG PATRICK JOSEPH ZUBRISKI RICHARD DAVIS HOOVER BRENDA JOYCE JOHNSON ARRY ALEXANDER TOMMIE JEAN JONES EDWARDS SANDRA ADALE KENT HERYL LUCILLE ENOS PATTEE LEE KNUDSEN ICHELE THERESA FLEVRY MARGARET ALEESE AMUEL EUGENE FRANCIS LEAVITT EROY FREEMAN LINDA LOWE EED GALIN EDWARD WADE LOWERY ICHARD JOHN GRAUBALLE LUIS LOZADA E SYRE HAYNES WILLIAM SHELDON OBERT JOSEPH HILL MCKELVY, JR. JOERG GERHARD MENNINGMAN BRUCE DAVID MOATES JEFFREY ALAN MORRIS PATRICK MICHAEL MORRIS DAVID SEYMOUR RAMUS EDWARD RAY REED V TERESA AUDREY REYNOLDS RUSSELL ELDRIG ROBINSON STEVE MARLON SCHMIDT DOROTHY PAULINE I WHITTEN 77 As editor of the Kaleidoscope, Rodney Heninger does his best to convey the latest news to the stu- dent body. He has also served the school as President of the Sopho- more Class, Co-President of the Junior Class, and Secretary of Key Club. As a result of all this hard work and a high academic standing Rodney was tapped for both N.Q.S. and N.H.S. .loy Arenson has contributed most in the area of the Speech Department. Her abilities in this area have brought countless honors to her school and to her community. Along with maintain- ing a high scholastic average and excel- lence in speech, she has found time to be an effective member of the French Club and N.H.S. 1' Vickie Westbrook has achiev many honors in representing o school. The Exchange Club of W1 Palm Beach picked Vickie as Girl-1 The-Month and she represented t Senior Class at Homecoming as M Senior. ln all three of her High Sch: years, Vickie has been very much volved as a member of the studo body. Vickie has been an Outstandi Sophomore, President of Anchor, member of the Choir, N.H.S., a Speech and Drama, and with all the activities she still maintains a high a- demic standing. rin. S SW ml . -'-.., a ni n her sophomore year Melanie Han- proved herself an Outstanding homore. Since then Melanie has actively engaged in different clubs activities of our school. Repre- ing the class, Melanie has been President for the last two years. ettes, French Club, Student Coun- and the N.H.S. keep Melanie in- ed in her community and school. 3'- lF'X wx 'tw - 1 ., lt" are S 'nil Shelley Dodge with her dynamic per- sonality and frankness adds a liberal note to the Senior Class. She partici- pates in various extra-curricular activi- ties such as N.H.S., N.F.L. and French Club. Shelley has gained many friends as she has tried to get fellow students to see reality through her efforts as a member of the H.R.C. Elizabeth Bluntson as Secre- tary of the Student Council and Senior Class, has proven herself to be quite outstanding in leader- ship and her ability to make friends. She has contributed much to the school and communi- ty through her service in Keyettes and her spirit shown as band ma- jorette. She has strived to bring about an understanding among" her fellow students as a member of H.R.C. 6. Looking through Beatrice Coleman's records of the past three years it would ses as though her goal has been to promote better human understanding. This becom apparent as we look at her work as head of H.R.C., an active member of the Stude Council, and as a representative to Girls' State. To round out her activities, she li also been a member of the TLH Choir and a Homecoming attendant. gal While bringing spirit to the bask ball court, Bruce Williams has al brought spirit to the class of '72 president. Through his leadership! Sophomore Class President and the fl mer Roosevelt High and Junior Cl: C0-President and Senior Class Pre dent at Twin Lakes High, he has pri en that leadership is no easy job. "Co, Fight. Winlln has been the spirit of this exuberant cheerleader as she has led the tcam. school, and class of '72 on to victory. Holly Stratton's serious side has also been seen as she has been a frequent debater in the student council. She has been extremely active in Keyettes, and was chosen this year's Homecoming Queen. I - S L -un:-nuqugq if- ef K . . - Y'-e s ' L . ' . - - -A N K . K.Qugkfieggigsi-3'4j51.mise-far . K . - f . W - I-:aft -. J - . . . M- e. - ,..- . , Q, ,. at-L, , r, .,M.. . Y ,!.,f, .t,.t,,as,yi',s,,5.tS -.ee f si-f X V --Q . ...ff-,. 7l..+...A, ,,s..A In her own very quiet way, Judy George has worked hard to improve herself and er school. Her voice can be heard as it blends with those of the Twin Lakes High ioir, but her presence is also felt in N.H.S., Anchor Club, French Club, and Stu- :nt Council. Judy is proof that the quiet word can accomplish as much as the loud Put. Cathy Elliott has proved that honesty is a trait which can bring position and re- ect. It enabled her to be selected in her Sophomore and Junior years as class trea- nrer and in her Senior year as assistant editor in charge of The Aquarian's finances. p doubt it also played a part in her gaining the presidency of Keyettes where she trked hard to become Kick-off Queen. To round out her activities, Cathy has been nember of N.Q.S., and a Wrestling Cheerleader. .--5 ti, ...Pg Richard Neal is probably best known for the line - "Will you please stand for the pledge of allegiance." This, however, is not all hisyjob as Student Council president entails. As major spokesman for the Twin Lakes High student body, Richard made their wish- es known to the school board con- cerning the change of starting and end- ing times for the school and to the ad- ministration on other such matters. To fill the rest of his time Richard has par- ticipated in Key Club and N.H.S. JAMES JOSEPH ABBOTT PATRICK CURTIS ADAIR KATHY SEARFOSS ADAIR CBE JAMES EUGENE ADAMS Leo Club, Football, Soph. Class V. Pres., Basketball, Track, Choir ARTHUR ALLEN JOHN GARLAND P ALLEN Outstanding Soph., Key Club. Football, Student Council, Letterman's Club, Track LINA F. ALVAREZ NANCY MARIE ANDERSON Glee Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Chorus, CHE RONALD E. ANGUS FTA JOY ELLEN ARENSON Outstanding Soph., NTS, NFL - Pres., French Club, Speech and Drama - Sec., NHS FRED DAVID ARNETT Student Council, Football, Baseball BERNARD EUGENE ARNETTE Baseball, Football BOOKER J. ASHBERRY Student Council, Youth for Christ RITA AILEEN ATWOOD Z Club - V. Pres.. CBE, Art Club JOANN BAECKER Spanish Club. Student Council, Choir BETH ELLEN BAKER Latin Club, Spanish Club, Art Club - V. Pres.. Sec., Youth for Christ Jawa J QM X--1-!.M,,, . .xx 1 , ,iw 46 , Q . . , MARY E. BALLARD Speech and Drama DAVID PAUL BANKS Cross-Country, Track, Wrestling, Kale scope CLARENCE E. BANNISTER J Band, Tennis, Student Council, Basket DARRELL RUDOLPH BARBE Football, DCT - Pres. ELOISE BARFIELD FRANK ROBERT BARRY RACHEL BARRY SHIRLEY ANN BELL Red Cross, Y-Teens, Pep Club, FHA CYNTHIA LEA BENNETT Speech and Drama CYNTHIA SHERRIE BENNE INDA JEAN BENTLEY ara-Med. ,OBERT F. BENFORD Jotball, Wrestling ERNARD BERRY IELEN LIVINGSTONE BERRY Nimming, German Club, Youth for Christ - Treas., Speech and Drama, Debate Bam, Art Club, Soph. Class Pres. rIANE BETHEL ep Club .UGENE JOSEPH BETIIEX olt' YNA ANN BIRDEN ara-Med., Spanish Club, FHA, Student ouncil, Keycttes r IEDRA VENICA BIVINS hoir, Pep Club, NFL, NTS, Speech and lrama .IRK DOUGLAS BIVINS 'aek, Football, Baseball, Wrestling 75" ,f , r1":rf'sfff', 1' -'45, Y, .?v3 flap Ay a S' t' 1, 1 1' K' . JEFFERSON BLAKESLEE Red Cross, Student Council, Human Rel Comm. RENEE DENISE BLAND Y-Teens, Red Cross, FHA, Choir LAURIE EVE BLOCK Keyettes - Sgt. At Arms, Key Club Calen- dar Queen, Student Council, Human Rel. Comm., Swimming - Capt., Jr.. Sr. Sena- 1011 KELVIN CHARLES BLOUNT Band, Choir, Student Council, Esquires, El dorados, Football, Student Rel. Comm. Baseball, Swimming ELIZABETH RUTH BLUNTSON Keyettes, Senior Class See., Student Coun cil - Sec.. Choir, Majorette, Para-Med. Human Rel. Comm. - Treas. CURTIS LEE BOITNOTT WILLIAM CRAIG BOUCHILLON Red Cross, French Club DAVID BRUCE BOWERSOCK Q .. gs A . Nl, 1 Qt A Paul' DCT, Art Club WALTER BOOTH BROOKS Debate, Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, Kalei- doscope, NFL ELIZABETH HELEN BROOME Keyettes, French Club, Pep Club - Sgt. At Arms TALECA ANN BROWDER German Club, Civinettcs, Speech and Drama. Art Club DEBRA RENE BROWN Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Majorette, Red Cross. Para-Med. DIANE M. BROWN LEANDER BROWN Baseball RONALD THEODIS BROWN VICTORIA LOUISE BROWNING WILLIAM DENVER BRYAN Speech and Drama, Choir ALOIS .IEAN BRYANT NHS - Sec., FTA, Para-Med., Student Council, Majorette, Human Rel. Comm., Girl Scouts, Anchor, French Club -- Pres. CAREN ALDA BULMER BERMADETTE HELEN CACCETTA Pep Club, GAA, NHS, Anchor - Sec., Choir - Pres. REGINALD LEONARD CAMPBELL Band, Football, Basketball, Track GAROLD DALE CANNON DONNA CANNADY Para-Med., Latin Club DOROTHY LUCILLE CARRAWAY Keyettes, NFL. NTS, Art Club, Student Council, Gymnastics, Red Cross, Miss Twin Lakes CYNTHIA ELOI SE CARTER Student Council, Tennis, Jr., Sr. Senator, Key Club Calendar Queen, Keyettes - Rec. Sec., Swimming, French Club, Miss Senior Court, Kick-off Court DEBORAH SANDRA CARTER Red Cross, Art Club, Choir, DCT DENISE OMELIA CARTER Red Cross, CHE FRANK DAVID CATHEY Key Club - Chaplain, FTA, Golf, Spanish Club, Letterman's Club LARRY CHAPMAN EDWARD LEE CHAPELL Football, Basketball, Choir RAMONA LEVON CHAPPELLE Pep Club, CBE DEIDRA CHEESEBOUROUGH VICKI MAXINE CHILTON FHA - Sec., Chaplain, Red Cross - Pres., Art Club, Choir, Civinettes, Miss FHA Court, Youth for Christ, Aquarian L . tc 4 ' stt W-wvuwinnn.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, CARTHA NOYO CHRISTIAN Key Club, Letterman's Club Football Track Basketball DEBORAH ANN CHRISTIAN Choir, Pep Club French Club, Anchor Historian CBE CAMILLA JOYCE CLARK Z Club, Homecoming Court Swimming Cheerleader Pep Club CONNI LEE CLARK Cheerleader Z Club French Club Red Cross Kick-off Court Student Council Pep Club ITS Speech and Drama CAROLINE .IAN CLARKE French Club was. Ninn. RENEE DENISE CLARKE GAA Pep Club DE CATHERINE CLINTON GAA FHA Band BEATRICE LOUISE COLEMA T Cheerleader Jr Senator Homecom Court Girls State Spanish Club Ch Ensemble Pres Human Rel Comm Pres Tri M V Pres Girl Scouts TYRON E C COLSON Band KATHY GANA CONDON JACQUELINE COOPER FEPHEN WILLIAMS COMPTON IT, Student Council DRENZO COOPER lotball ARLOS RAMON CORBOS anish Club, Baseball, Tennis ERALDINE CORNER lA, Chorus, Girl Scouts EOMAS LEE COSTANTINO , NFL ITRICIA ELAINE COTE chor, Pep Club, Latin Club, Homecom- Court, Keyettes, DCT NGER ANN COVINGTON dent Council, Para-Med.. FHA, Anchor, l Scouts, Jr. Four Arts, French Club, uarian - Business Mgr., Red Cross, 'ls' State MES WESLEY CRAIN Club - Sgt. at Arms, Aquarian U BURN CROCKETI' Cross, Cheerleader CHAEL RANDALL CRONIN IZABETH JEAN CROSSWHITE ch Club, Kaleidoscope RISSA ANNETTE CRUMITY ent Council, Para-Med., Girl Scouts, Club, Human Rel. Comm., French , Aquarian 55. BEVERLY ANN DALE PAULETTA DANIELS DEBRA JEAN DAVIS Pep Clul Student Council - Sgt. at Arms, German Club, Keyettes JAMES EUGENE DAVIS Band, Basketball, Football JEFFREY WAYNE DAWSON Football, Track SARAH DEAN Red Cross, GAA JOHN LAWRENCE DEGER Kaleidoscope BENNIE RUTH DELOACH CBE - Sec. MARY LOUISE DENNARD Student Council. Anchor, Para-Med., FTA PATRICIA JEANNE DENZER Keyettcs - Corr. Sec., Pep Club, Aquar- ian - Editor, NQS - V. Pres. DOMENICA MATHILDE DIFILIPPO Keyettes - CHaplain, French Club, Stu- dent Council, NHS MICHAEL PRICE DIVINE Aquarian ROBERT EVERETT DIX Band, Youth for Christ ROBIN SUE DIXON Pep Club. Chorus, Choir, Youth for Christ SHELLEY PHELPS DODGE Pep Club, Para-Med., NHS, V. Pres., NFL, Swimming, Student Council, French Club, Human Rel. Comm. - V. Pres. ANTHONY EUGENE DOLPHUS Choir, Band, Red Cross, Para-Med., Stu- dent Council, FTA, Esquire, Human Rel. Comm. DANNY EDWARD DUNN MARVIN EADY Football, Spanish Club ELIZABETH .IO EDDINGTON CBE, Pep Club, Anchor BARRY ALEXANDER EDWARDS Football, Track, Letterman's Club WILLIAM ALFRED EDWARDS DE, Spanish Club CATHY READE ELLIOTT Outstanding Soph., Pep Club, Soph., Ir. Class Treas., NQS, Aquarian - Asst. Edi- tor, Keyettes - Pres., Cheerleader, Kick- off Queen GWENDOLYN PATRICE ELLIOTT Student Council, Red Cross, Para-Med., Girl Scouts, Z Club, Chorus CHERYL LUCILLE ENOS Art Club DEAN FELLOWS TED CLIFTON FIZER Track, Cross-Country, Basketball, Interact, Youth for Christ - Sec., Pres., Band DANA JAMES FLETCHER Band MICHELE THERESA FLEURY GLORIA JANE FOUTS Anchor - Hist., Pep Club, Red Cross, Choir ELVIRA MARIA FRANCIS Red Cross, Chorus, Art Club, Pep Club, Para-Med. SAMUEL EUGENE FRANCIS DCT LEWIS PRESTON FRANKLIN Track, Lctterman's Club, Football, Wres- tling, Red Cross ..,.. A-i 1 At w-,i,,g,. is .-'r lr- . , S' f- .. .,r sei wt 4, , , -Q 12391 ag . ,J as , VUSQC , Safari: A iw: 6 t - LEROY FREEMAN DCT, Red Cross, Glee Club, Chorus, Swi ming LAURIE .IAN FRENCH Keyettcs - Sgt. at Arms, Pep Club MARVIN EMORY FRETWELL Black History Club, Human Rel. Com! Basketball REED GALIN Tennis, Chess Club, Kaleidoscope - Pl log. .IUDY CAROLYN GEORGE Choir - Sec., Student Council, Ensemb Para-Med., Speech and Drama, Pep Ch NFL, NHS, French Club, Tri-M-Sec., Class Sec. MELISSA MARIE GIFFORD Anchor, Majorette, Band, GAA, Pep Cl THERESA ELITA GILBERT Youth for Christ, Anchor - Sgt. at Ar JAMES GILES Football, Track HAROLD GILMORE Swimming, DCT CARL OSCAR GOLD Speech and Drama, Track, Football ire .U IARY CELESTE GOODEN ST, German Club, Youth for Christ, An- or - Corr. Sec. EBRA ANN GOODMAN ECA, Pep Club, Red Cross LVIN EUGENE GOSS IT 'ALTER ANTOINE GOWENS sketball, Baseball. Human Rel. Comm. IHN RICHARD GRAUBALLE EITH ROSS GRIFFIN fy Club, Student Council, Swimming - pt. NDA JULIE GRILLO ench Club, Choir - Treas., Ensemble Chorog. ARY LYNN GRONENDAHL .ARY LINDA GUELLI 'IAIG GILBERT HAINES LQRLOS DEAN GUVETIS ENDA SUE HALL BERT LEONARD HAMMOND ILISTINE HANKINS a-Med., Girl Scouts, GAA, Student ncil, Red Cross, Choir, NTS, Speech Drama, Pep Club, Spanish Club, an Rel. Comm., Aquarian, Z Club lm ti MERRILEE HANSEN MELANIE JEAN HANSHAW Outstanding Soph., Swimming, Keyettes, French Club, Jr., Sr. Class V. Pres., Stu- dent Council, NHS, Homecoming Court CHERYL ANN HARE LINDA JOYCE HARPER Chorus, Choir, Red Cross MARVA JEAN HARRIS Red Cross, Chorus, Ensemble, FHA GWENDOLYN JOYCE HATCHER SHERRY HAWTHORNE JOE SYRE HAYNES FTA, Youth for Christ, Art Club, Aquarian RUSSELL BYRON HEARN Speech and Drama, Choir, ITS, NFL RODNEY JAY HENINGER Key Club - Sec., Press Club, Kaleido- scope - Editor, Letterman's Club, Boys' State, NQS, Student Council, NHS, Track, Football, Soph., Jr. Class Pres., French Club - V. Pres., Outstanding Soph., Human Rel. Comm. KATHY LEE HERPY Red Cross, Pep Club, Choir, Ensemble, NTS, Anchor - Treas. LISA ANN HESTERLEE Chorus KELLY JEAN HIATT SARAH FRANCES HICKSON Para-Med., Spanish Club, Girl Scouts, Human Rel. Comm. KATIE BELLE HIGGINS Anchor, Spanish Club, FHA WAYNE ERSKINE HIGGINS ROBERT JOSEPH HILL HEATHER ANN HODGKINS Z Club - Pres., Kick-off Court, Swimming - Manager, Red Cross - Sec., Pep Club, Speech and Drama RICHARD DAVIS HOOVER OLIVE JEANNETTE HORNE CBE, Red Cross SYLVIA DIANE HORNE ANNA CELESTE HOUSER French Club, Kaleidoscope DARLENE VIRGINIA HOWARD FHA, GAA, Choir, Youth for Christ, Speech and Drama RAYMOND JIMERSON HOWARD Basketball, Football, Wrestling KENT DAVID HUFFMAN German Club, Football, NFL, NTS Football ARTHUR STANLEY JEFFERSOl DIANE SYLVIA HUGGINS FTA, Basketball - Statis. FHA, Ensemble, Choir, Red Cross FAYE LORRAINE JEFFERSON PATRICIA HUNTER DCT - Pres., Student Council, Speer DCT and Drama DAVID LEVINE HUNTON PENELOPE PATRICIA DECA - V. Pres., Art Club, Red Cross JEFFERSUN WU-UAN BRADFORD BRENDA JOYCE JOHNSON HUTCHINS CHE JOHN JOSEPH INGRAIVI, JR. DENNIS JOHNSON DCT JOE L. JOHNSON FREDDIE JACKSON Track, Football WALTER JOE JACKSON SQA. sv E ORRAINE JOHNSON lvinettes, French Club, Youth for Christ, l'IS, Kick-off Court HOMAS CHARLES JOHNSON PNA ANNETTE JONES ,d Cross IEORGE JONES EROME JONES udent Council, Red Cross EFMMIE JEAN JONES KCQULINE CHARLA KALAS ERRI KATZ leidoscope, French Club, NQS ROLYN ANN KEELS d Cross z 1 JAMES EDWARD KEELS Red Cross, Football SHERRY ANN KENNAN Civinettes, Student Council, Majorette SANDRA ADALE KENT JOHN DOXIE KIGER JR. ELIZABETH ANN KILBAS Aquarian - Asst. Editor, Art Club - Pres., Pep Club, Student Council, NQS, Jr. Four Arts, Red Cross, Para-Med. CLEUTUS KILGALLON DEBORAH ANN KING French Club, Aquarian, Cheerleader, NQS ALTON KNIGHT CHARLES E. KNOFLA JR. Football A 5 k , ZX H GLEN ALVIN KNORR PATTEE LEE KNUDSEN LAURA KOTTHAUS Swimming, Z Club JOHN ANTHONY KRAYNICK Golf SHARON ANN KRUSE German Club KAREN MARIE LACROIX Swimming, Pep Club, Art Club, Ch Cross NICKY LEE LAMB DEBRA ANN LANDIN ADA MAE LATSON DCT -- V. Pres., Para-Med. oir, Red SAUNDRA LA'DORN LAWSON Band, Student Council, Pep Club, Cheer- leader, Miss Junior PAMELA JOY LEATHERMAN CBE - V. Pres., Pep Club MARGARET ALEESE LEAVITT Art Club DEBRA MARIE LEBLAN C Pep Club, Choir, Red Cross, Ensemble, Keyettes, Letterman's Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, Cheerleader - Capt. VICTORIA EILEEN LEONARD JOAN LEVITON Keyettes - Treas., Tennis, Spanish Club Student Council LINDA BETH LICHTBLAU Student Council, Pep Club, Swimming Golf, Spanish Club, Keyettes RICHARD EDWARD LINDSAY YSELA LLORT FTA - V. Pres., Band - Libr., Civinettes - Hist., Speech and Drama, Para-Med., French Club, NFL, NHS BARBARA ROSE LORENZO Keyettes, French Club - Treas., Cheer- leader, DCT, Pep Club LINDA LOWE French Club EDWARD WADE LOWERY Student Council, Red Cross, Basketball, Football LUIS LOZADA Cross-Country, Track, Human Rel. Comm. THOMAS DANIAL LUCAS Track WILLIE ROGERS McCARTY ROBIN CAROL McCLELLAND Speech and Drama, NTS, DE. Civinettes DEBRA ANN MCCOY Tri-Hi-Y, Human Rel. Comm., Pep Club - V. Pres., Red Cross, CAA JANE LOUISE MCGAFFIGAN NHS, German Club, Anchor, NFL ALTA GAYLE MCGEHE Anchor, FHA, CDE - Asst. Treas., Chc School Store Treas. WILLIAM SHELDON MCKELV' DONNA RUTH McKINNEY JOSEPH KADELL McKINNEY I LINDA FAY McLENDON CBE - Pres. O. C. MACK FTA, Red Cross, Track, Basketball, Ba ball, Football SHEILA FRANCES MAGUIRE Choir, Pep Club LOUISE JEAN MAHLER MANUEL MARCH EIIRLEY ANN MARCUS -IE, FHA, Tri-Hi-Y, Red Cross JYCE ANN MARTIN ECA J AN MARTORELL sketball, Cross-Country, Track. Spanish ub ELANIE ANNETTE MARVIN p Club, German Club - Rec. Sec., es., NHS, Outstanding Soph., Z Club - c. Sec., Student Council, Cheerleader IIRLEY JOYCE MASHBURN uth for Christ, Pep Club, DECA - Sec. SAN ALLEN MEAD Club, Cheerleader, Outstanding Soph., S, Z Club- Treas. ERHARD MENNINGMANN NNIS LARENCE ERCHAN T tball, Leo Club, Red Cross, Choir LIA JOANN MINEFEE Cross, Student Council, Y-Teens N LEE MINOR f, Outstanding Soph., Key Club - V. ., Boys' State, Kaleidoscope, Press , NQS RLA ELAINE MITCHELL Tiff? . W L,- BRUCE DAVID .MOATES DCT JOHN ROBERT MOORE JEFFREY ALAN MORRIS Track PATRICK MICHAEL MORRIS DCT SHERRY MORRIS Z Club JENNIFER LEE MULLENDORE Keyettes, Pep Club, Gymnastics, Speech and Drama, Student Council CHARLES MICHAEL MURPHY Interact TERRY ALAN MURRAY CHARLES WILLIAM MUSSELWHITE Band MARGARET DENISE NABORS Z Club - Corr. Sec., NHS RICHARD EVANS NEAL Baseball, Basketball, French Club, Key Club - Treas., Human Rel. Comm., Stu- dent Council - V. Pres., Pres., NHS - Pres. LARRY NEWMAN YI LORENA ANN N EWMAN Kcyvtlcs, Pop Club - Chap.. Spanish Club - Trcas., Art Club, Aquarian CLARENCE NESBITT RAMONA LEE NICHOLS Art Club TINA NORTHRUP BRUCE ALBERT NUNN CAROL HARRIS OATES MARY NANCY OBELIENIS N FL ROBERT OETINGER DCT, Swimming. Para-Mod. VICTORIA OLSEN CHE BARBARA OREGERA DEBBIE CALLIE OSKOWITZ Art Club CAROLYN DIANE OWEN FHA CHARLOTTE MAY OWEN FHA PHILLIP PACKARD MICHAEL P. PAIT Band - Capl.. Intcravl'- V. Pres. EDWARD ,IOPLES PANIKOWSKI Choir. EIISl'lllIlIl' TERRY LYNNE PARKS Pt-p Club, Para-Mvll., Rani Cross. Civinctlvs - Prvs., Youth for Christ -- V. Prvs. NANCY PETERS Kvyctlvs - V. Pros.. Pvp Club. Student Council, Aquarian. Kvy Club Swcvtlwart, Key Club Calendar Queen BARBARA MARIE PHILLIPS Pup Club, Studvnt Council. Red Cross. K1-ya-tt:-s. DCT - Trvas. JOHN MICHAEL PITCH Swimming. Red Cross, Jr. Four Arts, Inter- ..,, ina., Mau, act. Choir CAROLYN PITTMAN Tri-Hi-Y, Red Cross. CHE - Pros. JERRY RAE PITTMAN RUTH D. PITTMAN Band, Chorus. FHA JUDITH ANN PITTS Z Club MOSES ANTHONY PORTER Cleo Club, Chorus, Youth for Christ GLORIA ANN POSTELL Y-Teens. CHE GLENN POWELL wsu.. , , , - --- -Y -. X I , , I' It. "Q X ff' ' YNN ALTHEA PRIDE XA, Speech and Drama, Human Rel. Lmm., Band - Sec., Pep Club, Home- lning Court, NFL - Sec., Treas.. NTS V Pres. I ARINA QUIROZ ench Club, Art Club, NFL, FHA, GAA, 'd Cross, Youth for Christ AVID SEYMOUR RAMUS leidoscope ONNE MARIE RANSOM Club, Chorus 'XLVIN LEON REDDEN uire, Soph. Class - Pres., Student tincil, Eldorados, Band - Capt., Human l. Comm. DWARD RAY REED ORIA ANN REED cens, Red Cross, CAA SEPH HARLAN REED cch and Drama, Ensemble, Choir, NFL, NIFER FRANCES RENAULT 'ettes - Parl., Outstanding Soph., h., Jr. Class - See., Cheerleader, Gym- tics, Pep Club, Human Rel. Comm., S NIE LEE REYNOLDS eens, Red Cross ....4...-, --A---v-"M""'J" "' "N ' 1 Q e 9 A X AUDREY TERESA REYNOLDS DECA DEBBIE ANNE REYNOLDS DECA - Pres. EMILY ANNE RICHARDSON Student Council, Spanish Club DEBBIE ANNE RICKLES Red Cross, Student Council, NFL - See., ITS, Speech and Drama, Choir - Treas., Civinettes, Youth for Christ BARBARA ANN RIEGSECKER Band, German Club, NHS, Civinettes - See., Tri-M - Hist., Youth for Christ, Wind Ensemble - Lib. ESTHER DENISE ROACHE Student Council, Para-Med., Homecoming Court, Human Rel. Comm., Pep Club, Z Club MARGARET MARY ROBAN JUDY KAYE ROBBINS Spanish Club, CBE RUSSELL ELDRIC ROBINSON. KAREN SUE ROBERTS Youth for Christ. Pep Club PAMELA SUE ROSSER Pep Club, Student Council, Band, Majo- rette, Kaleidoscope - Bus. Mgr. VALERIE JEAN RUBERG SYNITA ANN RUFFIN Red Cross THOMAS JAY RUNYON Youth for Christ, Band STEVE HART SAFF ORD JANE MARY SAMRA Student Council, Pep Club - Chap., Pres., Z Club - Sgt. at Arms, Cheerleader DIANE SATTELY JAMES HORACE SAVAGE III Football DEBRA .IILL SCHAARUP Pep Club, CBE, Homecoming Court STEVE MARLON SCHMIDT MARGARET .IEANE SCHROER JANET ARLENE SCOTT Pep Club, Z Club, Art Club, Student Coun- cil, CBE ELAINE SHAFFER EDDIE LEE SHANNON KATHARINE MARGUERITE EMMA REBECCA SMITH LAWRENCE CAMDEN SMITI SHEEDY Art Club, Civinettcs - Rec. Sec., V. Pres., LOVENIA SHAVIZE SMITH NHS GAA. Youth of America JEAN ANN SHELDON FHA, Red Cross DIANA LEE SIMMONS Anchor, NHS. Kick-off Court WAYNE OREGON SMART DAVID SNYDER SMITH Swimming , SHEILA GAIL SMITH PHILIP GARY SOLES IRMA RUTH SOUTHWORTH JACQUELYN YVONNE SPAIN RHONDA JEAN SPARKS FHA - Treas., CBE WELCOME SPENCE Football SHARON MARIE STANT Cheerleader, Z Club, Spanish Club - Pres., Pep Club, Key Club Calendar Queen GLADYS INES STEWART Red Cross SIDNEY CHARLES STEWART EDWARD STONE HOLLY JANE STRATTON Cheerleader, Keyettes - Hist., Student Council, Treas., Swimming, Key Club Cal- ,,. : ...,, endar Queen, Homecoming Queen HARDEE SHELTON SUTTON Choir THOMAS MICHAEL SYE Choir - Treas., Ensemble FRANK EUGENE TATE Youth for Christ MYRTLE YVON NE TATE MARY LOU TATUM DONNELL TAYLOR MARGARET ANN TAYLOR ' -.z.Y..1'- liz., . Miss Twin Lakes - Runner up NOVIK SHAUREE THOMAS SCOTT HAMILTON THOMPS NFL, Kaleidoscope, Human Rel. Com I OEAN N TISDOL Pep Club LARANIS TOMLIN SHIRLEY TOWNS Majorette, Band, Sr. Class Treas., FT ROGER FLOYD TURK Choir, Football, Ensemble, Anchor Shipmate, Admiral ANN LEE TURNER inettes, Spanish Club 'LVIA MARGUERITA TURNER KRILYN F AY UNDERWOOD x Club IILLITA ARNETTE VALDEZ mccoming Court IA LESLIE VANDEWATER 'ONE MARIE VANWAGNER DY VESHOSKY oir, NTS. NFL MES IRA VICKERS IMELA ANNETTE WALDEN il Club - Pres., Keyettcs - Hist. t IFFREY WALKER lmtball. Track ENDA JEAN WARN QLLIE JOE WEBB SHIRLEY ANN WEBSTER SUSAN IVA WEINER Band - Uniform Sgt.. Tri-M - Treas.. Civincttes, French Club, Kaleidoscope CHERYL L. WELLS Pup Club. Spccch and Drama, Art Club. NFL. ITS. Choir CAROL LAVONIA WEST Band. Drill Tcam. DECA NANCY MARIE WEST CHE VICKI ANN WESTBROOK Choir - Sec., Speech and Drama, NFL. Anchor - V. Pros.. Pres., Outstanding Soph.. Chccrleader, Girls' State, Exchange Club Girl-of-the-Month, NHS, Ensemble, Studcnt Council VALERIA DENYSE WESTON NFL, Student Council. Anchor. Human Rel. Comm.. FHA - Pros.. GAA DOUGLAS KENT WHALIN Basketball. Basclmll. Frcnch Club, Key Club - Prcs. aux www l A 4 Wi 6,4 A .1 A A, Miss Twin Lakes -- Lucy Carraway. JOANNA WIDDOWS Koycttcs DEBORAH WILL Spocch and Drama ANNIE L. WILLIAMS Studcnt Council. Para-Mcd.. FTA. Homo- coming Court BRUCE CHANTLER WILLIAMS Football. Baskctbull. Track. Esquirc. Eldo- rados. Choir. Student Council. Soph.. Jr.. Sr. Class - Pres. EUGENE MICHAEL WILLIAMS Chorus, Kcy Club JANE WILLIAMS Para-Med., NHS, Spanish Club. Studfen Council. Human Rcl. Comm. JOHNNIE WILLIAMS Football, Track OLEN WILLIAMS SANDY FAYE WILLIAMS GERALD EDWARD WILLS DENNIS JOHN WITHINGTON Band - Drum Major. lnlcracl - Pr:-S. Para-Mcd. ROBERT ALAN WITZEL NANCY JEAN WOLTER 'Keyettes DEBRA ANN WOODS CHE FLOYD RANDALL WOODSON French Club PAMELA WOOTEN MARY ALICE WOZNIAK CHE DAVID WESLEY YOUNG PATRICK JOSEPH ZUBRISKI I Outstanding Soph., Football. NHS, Base- ball, Exchange Club Boy-of-the-Monlb. 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T Debbie Taylor ,I A Deborah Taylor T W 1 'l Q XX KX hx ' X' lx. ' ' - Donna Taylor ' f We 4-ff T ,T lax ' I , Q ' T 55 Rebecca Taylor lm! V 'FF 9' A 'N , ' Diana Terry TQ' ' , X . l x sf I ff fry K 4 W- AX "'-', q v , Earlene Toombs ' M , N ' 1' Eugene Turco kpc VM A ' A. Beverly Ur Ignacio Valpucsta Connie Vandall Harry Wahlers Delbra Walker Christine Waters Scott Waugh ,lim Weber Rhonda Wedel r P Charles Weinstock Sandra Wiggins Sheryl Wilder Holly Williams Melvin Williams Candi Wiseman Robert Wood Catherine Wozniak , ' ' Sara Wright fl 'L Debby Wyman , 'K Carla Young . A it f . Kit, 1,4 ' Am 'sf The serious side uf being a Junior. Q 4 1 it up-of .as Zepherlee Young I R. gi ,. MW. LW-. fr , 1 fi if Q ii Xl Vg .,...,Q YK G5 LC President: Debbie Dunn V. President: Jane Hetrim CLASS OF 1 9 74 Sponsor: Mr. Lively Secretary: Patti Westbrook Sponsor: Mrs. Emory Treasurer: Andrea Robinson r N ' I 1 . . . ,I-,. an -5 4 .. s - cv vf give 1 W, A I I X N' i ? Qkfif f ss E 47 . s r Sponsors: Mrs. Cooks and Mr. Parker Now, lel's get down to work. ITE TIME Tl FU 'Ill , . x A ,MA ...., ...r M-N-Y-as ii M, 1 A 2 1 ,Ji 4 flu' K Q Q 'lf SMILE 5 CDO I , 2 LSVE5 YZJLD Y N,XN K 715 it -f .K ,-, "rl ,I Q l Q B, l -- i 3 K 1 'git f- .f if ks: fx ig iq, Ai? Q . it - ,ax -fi I x, gQ-XJ, , , ax . . t W YN 6 Q ' U fk K . 3 N 9 .Q F! 1, -V , I 'S' e lx Yi "als '71 56 Come on girls, let's swing it. ,K r"i .51 I . W w .Ht xx..- -E 'Y-E-7 R it ,im Jeffery Adair Karen Adams Patrick Akers ,lose Alabau James Albritton Timothy Alsup Denise Anderson Debra Angus Michele Atkinson William Bailey Patricia Ballard Joyce Barfield Ruby Baskerville Glenda Bates Jill Block Janet Bouchillon Deborah Bowlaine Michael Boyd Virginia Boyd Carol Boyce Tina Brechbill Lauren Bressler Joseph Brock Anita Brimmer James Brown Karen Brown Ronald Brown Randolph Broxson Debbie Buchanan Gary Burdick eva if mwamrsaawgzacsng 43" ext we R S A Douglas Cooney Donna Copeland Cynthia Corbin Michael Corley Patrice Crosby Nanette Crosswhite Carolyn Currie ,lean Czernowski Richard Danielpour Cynthia Darby Bobbie Davenport Barry Davis Sharon Day Ada Denbroeder Nelson Diaz Mary Dixon Vickie Donath Jeanne Dooley Andrea Duart Debbie Dunlap Brenda Dunn Debra Edwards Vicky Fischer Linda Francis Bonny French Robert Fritts Linda Fritz Sylvio Fuentes Melinda Futch Susan George Steve Caccavalle Richard Campbell William Carawan Ronald Carpentier Linda Carter Kenann Cassidy Mario Castillo Dawn Challis Vernell Chappell Debbie Charles Richard Christian .leffery Clark Nina Cline Steven Cline Barbara Clinton Richard Cochran Giselle Coleman Julie Combs Qs: s William George Donald Gilman Robert Clisson John Goodrum Linda Gore Helen Gosman Kitty Cosman Antoinette'Griffin Pamela Griffis Joanne Cuelli Cheryl Culley Cindy Gusse Kenny Haggerty Susan Haight Allan Hamilton William Hamilton Gayla Hand John Hansel ' 1-A i x X J fa , iai fm- W -if " I' 2 41 . l -1, , . . ' R 4 xml . . Q, Q, s A J M-- H i f' it Q A tl I X - se 5 95" is , -:Inu ., ...A -A Randy Hubbard I Kirk Huffman Robert Hulsander Edward Ignatoff Michael Ingram Stephen Ingram James Irvin Lisa Irvin Barbara Jackson Daisey Jackson Barry Johnson Belinda Johnson Kenneth Johnson Robert Johnson Vickie Johnson Debra Kaylor Teresa Keeney Diane Keesler 4 w Terri Hanshaw i Elizabeth Harmes Fanne Harris 'W Q3 Barbara Hem Eileen Helder Timothy Hendrick Lewis Henschel Jane Hetrick Norma Heyer Susan Hobson Robert Howard Jane Hoffman - ' I 5' "' 5' i Q. ,o., Wy F va.. Q11 I ,see k cl, , x Q I 'S Sophomores need all the friends they can get. David Kent William King Cary King Martin Kisco Lucy Knaub Carol Knight Ralph Kohl David Kugelmann Barbara Lamb, Jeff Lampos Marcus Lancaster Dorothy Lawhon tp rfb' , - Y A ' ' Q xl U ,A :- , i V5 4. at X Nl - " X ' 4 t , --, bi, 1 ' to b X , Q gl 5, X ' X fijiaz-:,, - 'w -' v- . NT 4 K 'r' r 4 4 A lx I f J a l af g 4' 9 l il it .ti Qi , s Xl: ff D ' s wt , tt E t 5 3 K . x t :..-,,f,f,,1,yJ. g I, f-5 5 X . Deborah Levesque Lorayne Libby 4 fi Merry Lindberg 'fd Debbie Lingerfelt ' J Vivian Lingerfelt 1 ' Mike Lintner ' X s -- .5 t f M James Longwell Q , Luis Lorenzo - ' 'T' X , Gayle Lovett in ' ' K Margaret Lyles 4 X X .1 L , - ' ' ,W XX4' Tece McCann rf a as Q' Sim is -4 -, , Xl fi X 5 i E 'MN MMM J N J , Mickey McCovvn v X ' 1. - A A D 4 if 'Q ' r A Scott McCoy 3-"Y: six ' uf Susan McDonald A ,D I , f l 1 13 William McDonough V- L . ' w ' ' fd Drake McFarland XXX 6, fi f ' 1 . iii 0 Andy McCaffigan 'XL KX t X 7, David McCehe .yn .Q l .wx . ya it N A. Y -P U 2 .,. . 2 5 i i t i fl.......-...ff Q f gg? y fm Q X t if ' ' 4 1 N 4 ' ' - .S .1 if .X Q 'L' X e tr e , t ' ! J , f 1 A 5 xii Ah f EL- . ' nv r : -, " x N H?-fx V X J' 5 Ni? Q? tfx ,. D ve fi J' x Q ' 4. A '52 . ,A-S eve - "1 , ,f t t F, , XXX xx 3 Amada Otero Napoleon Outlaw Kathy Padgett David Palmer Pamela Panikowski Fransisco Pellieer Michael Perrone Crystal Perry Cheryl Phillips Louella Phillips Daniella Pitt Diane Pitt Jason- Potter Cynthia Powell Kathleen Price Patricia Riddle Chuck Roberts Andrea Robinson x 1 ,-'W if i ra Barbara Maciak Greg Mack ,Ioan Malachinski Fred Mansour Dennis Mashburn Doris Mashburn June Mazak Deborah Mehaffie Lynn Meiss Charlene Mendler Sandra Metcalf Don Metzchcr Mickey Michael Michael Montgomery Mary Moore Cynthia Morgan Renne Morie Steve Morton Keith Moser Angela Myers Sandra Nath Carlton Nebergall Felton Nesbitt Walter Nichols Ellen Niteavie Cynthia Noone Jerry Nunn Terry Nunn Richard Oetinger Scott Onsager -5 .ey x. JW! sv ,N i X tx 5 3 su, F3 il ' 2 it is f . - as tear 2-,RW p , .t... Asa. A ' r Q I X K K QA N 'M me has -sk ,H 5 X W T Diane Stewart Vicki Stowell James Stump Sandra Sumner Sandra Taylor Casaundra Thomas Ann Thompson Lucky Tippett .lacquelyn Tribble Renee Tucker Tommy Turk Alipio Valpuesta John Van Dyne David Wade Tina Wellen Lynda Wells Debra West Patti Westbrook Debra White Linda White Virginia Whitaker Keith Wilder Kathy Wilk Darcelle Wilkins Sylvia Wilkins Nadine Williams Barbara Wills Nolan Wilson Everette Wooten A Pamela Zuk Fred Russell Julio Sanchez Vickie Schales Steven Schimpf Georgeanna Schneider Denise Schultz Deborah Sermon Lynn Shaffer Linda Sheffield Pamela Shumate Mae Lois Simpson Carol Sorrells Lee Spivey Cynthia Stephens Teresa Stever ' .' S 63 Q . x 5 S si- . 1111! ,f .tis iii LY -fff. s x.. . ,:.-.rl 99, 3 . gk. ,. eg '7 135.1 ,at l t i jj S fi Re. M 'lx lu 5 X if ' 1 -X I as ui' ACTIVITIE L 'MQ 355' Q., ... L ' N 'iw' 4' ' . Q- ' gwx. " ,- .4 ,g . 51 Nw 5 f If . ,,, ,gb Y- X as . 'J' f NY" ' ' 'L Q Q me N 3 A i vi.: cl 18 L+' li T ' Q 6 Amerzcan ,, , ' P " fi Red Cross W 41 1 S -, q , The purposc of the American Red Cross is to scrvc the community in a time of need. During the past year, 1971-1972, the t , Red Cross has been vcry successful. To 1 Y help underprivileged children, the Red Cross donated 155 Christmas stockings. Also with the sponsor Mrs. Hamilton, they have sent friendship boxes to the county homes. LL , ' ' x X Ready to help! Hrs! Row: Sponsor Mrs. Hamilton, M. Bell, T. Richardson, B. Barry, P. l-lankins, B. Kilbas, A. Griffin, V. Chilton, C. Hope, Co-Sponsor Mrs. Perusse, Second Row: S. Natl McDonald, K. Price, A. Meyers, M. Schroer. M. Quiroz, P. Ballard, Third Row: 1. Leetch, L. LaGrange, E. Brown, J. Clark, T. Taylor, L. Noegel. i lRow: J. Crain, M. Divine, Sponsor D. Underwood, Second Row: P. Hankins, B. Kilbas, L. Newman, C. Elliott, lPeters, Editor P. Denzer, Not Pictured: J. Helms, G. Covington, C. Crumity, V. Chilton, D. Taylor, D. King. Advisor Mrs. Underwood 'x , 1 Another deadline to meet. Aquarian The Aquarian stall has worked hard this yt-ar to luring you at mcmorahlc vivw of tht' cvcryday lift- of the Sttulc-nts here at Twin Lakes High. Many hours of thc staffs own timo were usctl in coming up with an original theme, layouts, and volur cmnlvinutinrls. Hopvfully tht- students and faculty will enjoy this yt-ar's hook. Art Under thc supervision of Mrs. P. Piche and Mr. J. Singletary, the Art Club has had a successful year. For the homecoming pa- rade thc Art Club had a spirit-mobile with the theme "Rams on Top." For the second year in a row the Art Club's spirit-mobile won the title of most spirited. i r E ,, I Hrs! Row: Sponsor Mrs. Piche, E. Shaffer. A. Bland, M. Perez, Second Row: J. Crain, L. Newman, B. Kilbas Baker, L. Smith, Not Pklured: J. Haynes, S. Wiggins, K. LaCroix, Mr. Singletary, V. Chilton. Homecoming Spirit Mobile .. . A W 2.5-1 Rafi ' ' 'T ' ' i 1 . f 'Ji gr ,.f..T.ir:'-P:-ff X ,M W f .r, ,suffix a fat' 'UQ 'Q X 7 01 ' Q ' t xr N 4. t- I' .1 1. .if Inf pr iii Ht rs - f .x.- 'cr .4 if ff - ' Yu , cl, p V1 2 Row: Mrs. Keller, B. Nunn, J. Nunn, Mr. Tormala, Second Row: E. Richardson, D. Roache, M. Divine, B. Dix. Media The library is well equipped this year with a sufficient staff of students assisting the media specialist in charging and dis- charging materials loaned to students and faculty, as well as producing transparencies and ditto masters. They have taken charge of categorizing and returning all books, films and periodicals to their proper plac- es. Along with the services given in the li- brary the Media Club transports all audio- visual equipment and sets up all films and filmstrips for various classes. Twin Lakes High School Bands The Twin Lakes High School Bands have enriched our school year with color and spirit. During the regular academic year the band participates in a wide range of musical activities. Many band students attend band camp each and every summer at various universities so they may perform with superiority. The Marching Band participated in our half time shows adding to the excitement of our football season. They were asked to march in the parade dedicating the downtown beautifica- tion and the eity's Christmas parade. They also received a superior rating at the state march- ing contest. The Wind Ensemble is very active the second semester of the school year. They hold con- certs and participate in F.B.A. concert contest. To earn money this year the bands have held a dance, had rummage sales and candy sales. The band holds deep pride in striving to reach the highest musical goals possible, that in turn they may represent Twin Lakes High School and its student body and faculty in the most honorable fashion. Band Director Mr. Mucci WIND ENSEMBLE: Hrs! Row: A. Riegsecker, B. Riegsecker, L. Pride, C. Brown, Second Row: K. Rogers, D. Keeslar, C. Franks, E. Andrews, E. lgnatoff, L. Shaffer, S Runyon, D. Lightsey, M. Hansel, K. Cassidy, D. Smith, S. Weiner, Third Row: D. Withington, U. Montesino, B. Dix, D. Wilkins, S. George, E. Brown, C. Taylor, J. Metcalf, B. Parks, F. Phillips, Y. Llort, J. Lamb, D. Bennett, D. Roberson, Fourth Rout: B. Tomlin, M. Carter, B. Arnette, M. Pait, J. Keels, J. Wolf. 8lO Us 'P' , ,,.,g,,,.y...'-as V " ,, ...a-eva. ..,..... - f W 'www ""l a .. sv ng. sg, s, L -mv..." v' N. i t , L. s MARCHING BAND 3 A S'- ADVANCED BAND: Hrs: Row: S. Kirkpatrick, L. Haynes, Second Row: T. Turk, H. McGuire, G. Burdick, K. Moser, N. Diaz, R. Oelhinger. E? f. I ..f..,k f ' fvfv f" ' S' 1 iff 1 H IGH I v 1 It l l "H:-N' O 1 f . , b . I I :Sw i7Y'i1?!'Ug KT. G. X 96. X' W 'K ' A' A '1, A fx Q V I' V! 7 422' W .. X ,11 if l , v MW , s K .A X . , , I in 'ikurin ' """"':""-""" Y' TROMBONES: Hrs! Row: S. George, E. Brown, J. Fletcher, B. Parks, Second Row: F. Phillips, Y. Llort. .l. Lamb x E I Bennett, D. Roberson, Third Raw: B. Arnette, M. Pait, J. Keels. - . . ui..i-qv., .. PERCUSSION: B. Tomblin, .l. Wolf, Not Piclured: B. Musselwhile. .,..,,.......l..-.--u- ,. ..,...........---A , ,.......,......-.--A -uni IC Choirs The Choirs, under the direction of Miss Virginian Carpenter. contribute a significant part of the peace and unity in the school by trying to achieve brotherhood through the mutual experience of singing. The choirs have at least two performances a month for school activities, churches and l civil organizations. and end the year with a I I benefit production. - I T Mixed and Girls' Choirs sing various , A types of music through the year, such as patriotic, spiritual, sacred and popular. They raise money for robes, music, and - props by having bake sales, a soul food fs feast, a bazaar, a mini fair, and a dime on the line. The Contemporaries is a music group specializing in popular and patriotic music with added choreography. Consisting of ten girls and ten boys. they are chosen for stage expression and voice quality. MIXED CHOIR OFFICERS: Hrs! Row: J. George - Sec.: D. Brodgon -L Robe Cust., L. Harper - Lib., T. St - Accompanist, K. Herpy - V. Pres., D. Keeslar - Soph. Rep., P. Rosser - Robe Cust., H. Sutton - Pres Merchant - Bus. Man., T. Sye - Treas. MIXED CHOIR: Hrs! Row: T. Stever, C. Allen, P. Panikowski, E. Williams, B. Chambers, G. Smith. S. Sye, J. George, V. Chilton, S. Maguire, D. Brogdon, Second Rui Ulmer, D. Keeslar, E. Helder, .l. Pitch, R. Costantino, M. Porter, T. Sye, E. Bluntson, D. Gaggiani, S. McDonald, Third Raw: T. Ulmer, R. Bland, L. Harper, M. Taylor, E. kowski, R. Hearn. .l. Adams, J. Reed, B. Williams, R. Barry, L. Meiss, Fourth Row: S. Smith, P. Rosser, J. Baecker, D. LeBlanc, H. Sutton, J. Lamb, D. Merchant, J. Lamp Anderson, K. I-lerPY, C. Wiseman. r we. . S . Fiiiii fs , ' ' uggins, D. Brodgon, V. Chilton, C. Weisman, S6C0llli Raw: C. Wells, D. McKinny, Third Raw: U. Allen. B. Cac- i, Leader and Choreographer. l. Bryant. Rh thm hozlr The Rhythm Choir is also a special group hut it uses symbolic movements and facial expression rather than words to con- vey the feelings of songs and poems. A great deal of time, effort and cooperation goes into the choreography and preparation of a performance by the Rhythm Choir. This year for the first time Miss Carpen- ter and Mr. Mucci have organized an honor society for music students who have ex- celled. This group is known as Tri-M be- cause it encompasses several' ,different areas of music. l Tri-M Row: B. Hillard. A. Riegsecker, S. Towns, K. Herpy. L. Pride, D. Le- , C. Browc, V. Westbrook. S. Lane, E. Bluntson, Second Row: M. Han- . Harper, B. Caccetta, F. Keels. J. George, B. Riesecker, S. Weiner, Raw: L. Grillo, D, Lightsey, U. Montesino, E. Panikowski. H. Sutton, all. Comiemporaries l L- Gl'ill0. T. Sye,1. George, E. Panikowski. V. Westbrook, 1. Lamb, B. Hillarrl, H. Sutton, B. Coleman, R. Constantine, K. Herpy. B. Williams, D. LeBlanc, .l. Adams, S. La: Reed. ...-nf , A Girls Choir First Raw: A. Lamb, G, Raquel, C. Thomas, P. Westbrook, A. Griffin, S. Lane, B. Hilliard, Second Row: K. Herpy, V. Westbrook, W Williams, L. Grillo, G. Fouls, B. Coleman. D. Rickles, Third Row: S. Huggins, U. Allen, B. Caccetta, C. Wells, I. Bryant, P. Simmons, S Williams. X. 2 3 Sf 5 f f 6 f- - Q lg. f ff 'E ' -s..r -nr'l l Row: P. Westbrook -- Rep., K. Herpy -- Accomp., L. Grillo - Treas., B. Coleman -- Head Libr., A. Griffin - Asst. Libr., A. Lamb - Asst. Libr., Second Row: B. Hil- - Head Robe Cuslo., B. Caccelta '- Pres., V. Westbrook - Sec., I. Bryant -- Asst. Robe Custo. 7 CHE t i Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Brister l CHE has participated in many activities 1 around our community. They attended I Hotel Restaurant Association convention in 1 Miami. The club officers attended a Dis- trict 8 meeting at West Palm Beach Audito- rium. Thcy attended the state convention in Miami. To earn money this year they have sold candy, stationery, key chains and Christmas cards. "I suppose yuu turned the fire on." ...L lit ti 5 N 128 J iv A481 Hrs! Row: K. Roberts. C. Cannady, S. Marcus, N. Anderson, C. DeMeritte, P. Isenberg. l. Adams, S, Horne, C. l man, D. Woods, Second Row: B. Johnson, N. West, M. Wozniak, D. Carter, B. Hall, Not Pictured: B. Olsen, Postall, M. Futtuer, K. Karney, W. Bachmann, J. Davis, G. Hall. -su.. "A pinch of this, a little of that and it's a what?" "Now where did it go?" FHA Future Honwmakcrs of America is the National Organization of girls and boys studying homvmaking in high schools of the United States, Puvrto Rico, and thc' Virgin Islands. The ovvr-all goal of the organization is to help individuals improve- personal, family and community living now and in thc lu- lurv. This year to raise money FHA has had a raffle and bake sale. They also elected a FHA qucvn to participate in the Homvcom- ing Paradv. They also attended the state convvntion in Miami. L, i jg 1 S t Hrs! Raw: M. Quiroz, V. Chilton, C. Clinton, Second Row: T. Rolls. M. Bell, S. Fields. "Mmm, that smells good." QM N, Q . :ivan-go vga' gi kg 435,43 up . x f .4 meaq group .5 'smxs kk.k NM vig X-ig, ito-t 3 Four pany C web., - 0 ble f ustgrsup X Q f fqa f 50' - s Q , X009 1 1 GL ,f 'Wad Journalism The Kaleidoscope, under the direction of Mrs. Abbott, publishes the school news- paper. The Kaleidoscope is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the International Quill and Scroll. They participate annually in state and national conventions and submit copies of the Kaleidoscope for competition in state contest. The editor of this year's newspaper is Rodney Heninger. Hrs! Row: K. Huffman, S. Bosworth. L. Crosswhite, B. Owen, Second Row: B. Berry. R. Lindsay, B. Terrell, S. Thompson, R Sanders, K. Srssa. ,l. Deger, S. Hagin. S. Windersham, S. Porter, A. Howser, Third Row: J. Clark, J. Blakeslee, P. Vincent, K Marshall, S. Katz, S. Weiner, P. Rosscr, S, Sheffield, R. Heninger. in ponsor: Mrs. Abbott .,,,,, "That belongs on the other page!" Press Club As a continuation of the Kaleidoscope, The Press Club enables the journalism stu- dents to rt-move the making of the school newspaper from an all school atmosphere. This givcs the staff a chance to give more time and effort to the publishing of a news- paper that will interest the students. With Mrs. Abbott as its supervisor. this group endeavors to go more deeply into the ncws of the day and its coverage. In this way they hope to broaden each member's view of the field of journalism and its con- tribution to today's society. Hrs! Row: J. Clark, 1. Blakeslee, R. Heninger, K. Huffman. Second Row: A. Hauser. S. Bosworth, S. Weiner. S. 1 Sheffield, S. Katz. 'lf .lf I 3' 7' -5 The Girls Athletic Association under the sponsorship of Mrs, Finlason, has partici- pated in volleyball games against other high schools in Palm Beach County. They also Q W iv participated in a sports day against nine other high schools and placed third. Through this organization girls have an opportunity to. become better athletes and it instills in them the art of competition and a stronger feeling of sportsmanship. - I .L , A x ' , x l What do you mean wrong sex?! 1 l M... ,..,... N.. A.M ,i gnu Est.: .V A' 3,1- Hrs! Row: S. Proby, A. Meyers, E. Toor M. Dixon, D. Jackson, R. Newby,.G. Reed Simms, B. Pitch, Second Raw: S. Dean, Webb, D. Gibson, A. Griffin, M. Brown White, L. Carter, C. Franks. 1 . . , we ,4-I ff 'I l, L-.4 ii X I Rah! Rah! Pep Club The Pep Club's main objective is to pro- mote school spirit. Under the sponsorship of Miss King they have boosted the spirit of Twin Lakes High School. During the football season the Pep Club sold soft drinks and after the games they made sandwiches for the football players. Other projects are making spirit posters. To earn money they sell booster ribbons and shakers. Row T Smith L. Phillips, M. Brown, D. Bostie, L. White, Second Row: C. Crumity, A. Meyers, C. Brown, E. Roache, M. Dixon, J. Tisdol, M. Underwoml. P. Walden. Q 4 Student overnment 1 L E V. . K 55 Q .2 is 15 97, W First Row: A. Lamb, .l. George, L. Lichtblau, P. Westbrook, N. Peters, A. Williams, V. Weston, Second Row: D. Pitts, B. Williams, C. Clark, D. Angus, D. Dunn, H. Stratto Samra, E. Roachc, J. Williams, P. Walden, M. Underwood, D. Cooney. , 4 u Row: C. Carter, C. Crumity, S. Wright. Second Raw: L. Block, B. Coleman, C. Dingman, A. Bryant, D. Edwards. Cox. The main purpose of the Student Gov- ernment is to bridge the gap between the students and the administration. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Cline Crain and the leadership of Richard Neal the Student Government has run smoothly throughout the year. This year they organized and operated the events of homecoming week which in- cluded a dance and the popular spirit-mo- bile parade. The Student Council also formulated the idea of Miss Twin Lakes and sponsored the election of her. Twin Lakes' Student Coun- cil has been active in the newly formulated Palm Beach County Council of Student Governments. A typical Student Government meeting. M . ' 3 Msg ,fxff::f- K it gym.. cj.. . C-we , . sg.. to .5 . 55 H umcm Relations Many people ask "What is the purpose of the Human Relations Committee?" Its purposes vary from filming a Student-to Student program to bridging the gaps be- tween the students and the favulty and the students with the students. This organization has another name which it might be known as "CIT" Getting It Together. With Beatrice Coleman as president and Shelly Dodge as V ice-President the Human Relations Committee has achieved many goals. First Row: D. Angus. C. Crumity, V, Weston, D. Bostic P Hankms Second Row L Block W Cowens M Underwood R Neal B Williams Tlurd Row .l Williams D by ft, rt Row: N. Farwell, I. Foster, T. Parks, Second Row: Mr. Carpenter - sponsor, T. Fizer, J. Leetch, Not Pictured: lohnson, L. Heglund, H. Williams, L. Talcotl. 5 ...N Youth For Christ Youth for Christ is an organization for young individuals to serve people just as Christ himself did. This yvar they have had prayer meetings and for raising money for the needy they haw sold baked goods and have had car washvs. Fellowship through prayer meeting. Anchor Sponsored by tha- Pilot International. tho Anchor Cluli has lu-vn vt-ry much involved in their school and vommunity. Some of their st-rvicvs this year include collecting Christmas stovkings for Red Cross, contributing to Muscular Dystrophy. and liatving Ll lmlly shower for the Foster Cliiltlre-n's Assovintioii. For their contribu- tion lo vvology they pit-kt-d up trash and lit- ter. ln tht' spring thvy plan to sponsor the Palm Bt-at-li Relays and stuff envelopes for tht- Mental Hvztlth Association. Meetings are informal. ' 'Y-r.. x 415 4 qlflfiitighin , Rams make Falcons walk plank. Hrs! Row: A. Riegsccker, T. Gilbert, V. ton, I. McGal'figan, S. Gathagan. Second .l- George. M. Riley. OFFICERS: Pres. - V. Westbrook, V. Curr. Sec. - M. Gooden, Treas. - K. H l lon, K. Higgins, B. Caccetta, A. Bryant Fouls, D. Simmons, M. Dennard, G. Co l R. Turk, S. Bosworth. E. Eddington, Gooden, A. Lamb, L. Gifford, V. Westbr l - S. Bosworth, Rec. Sec. - L. Cacc 1 Chaplain - A. Lamb, I-list. - G. Fouls Civinettes As "Builders of Good Citizenship." the Civinettes have worked hard to use their good citizenship to serve the school and community. Sponsored by Mrs. Deane Underwood and Miss Linda Emory the members en- 1 tered the March of Dimes mile-a-thon and the Easter Seal drive. To raise money they have had car wash- es, bake sales. and a fruit cake sale at Christmas time. tRow: K. Sheedy, E. Shaffer, R. McClelland, Y. Llort, S. Wiener, L. Johnson. Second Row: Mrs. Underwood, D. ley. N. Bennett, Nol Pictured: V. Chilton, T. Parks. X Civinettes Help UNICEF. 1 - ' Tal 'L , 139 Key Club Key Club is a junior extension of Kiwa- nis which acts as a service club for our school and community. This year Key Club has held its annual Thanksgiving Assembly where they collect- ed canned goods to give to the needy. To raise money they had a rummage sale, car washes, and their annual calendar. With their sister club, Keyettes, they sponsored the dance after the Leonard foot- ball game and constructed a float for Homecoming, "A Key to Fantasy." To wrap up the year they took the Boy's Ranch children to baseball games. 3 First Row: E. Williams, R. McCarthy, Sweetheart N. Peters, C. Weinstock, Second Raw: M. Cooney, R. Heninge Whalin, R. Neal, Third Row: F. Cathey, M. Maass, C. Christan, Not Piblured: J. Minor, K. Griffin, M. Price, K. shall, J. Allen, D. Kaylor. Mr. Rott fits right in. .., in gg ' A - -i-. if a. .I P l w Key Club hard at work. 1 l 4 A Key to Fantasy Keyettes As a junior extension of Kiwanis, Keyettes is a service club for girls under the sponsorship of Mrs. Helen Sheffield. This year the Keyettes have been very ae- tive upholding their motto "We Buildf-' They helped with the Kiwanis Golf tour- nament that supported the Kiwanis Boys, Ranch. At Christmas they decorated the Christmas tree at the Cripple Childrens' Clinie. Christmas cards were made and sent to the service men overseas. The Keyettes have also held ear washes and bake sales. They also give a scholarship at the end of the school year. Well l am ju st the sponsor! f. .... Rm Row: D. LeBlanc, L. Blunston - Corr. Sec., N. Ulmer, L. Birden, G. Taylor, J. Leviton - Treas., Sec- ond Row: L. Newman, C. Dingman, D. Whalin - Sweetheart, .l. Renault - Parl., N. Peters - V. Pres., T7lird Row: D. Davis, C. Carter -- Rec. Sec., S. Smith, T. Ulmer, C. Elliott - Pres., B. Lorenzo, Fourth Row: P. Denzer, L. Block - Sgt. at Arms, L. French - Sgt. at Arms, P. Parkey, H. Stratton - Hist., L. Lichtblau. Fifth Row: L. Broome, M. Hanshaw, P. Walden, J. Widdows, S. Sheffield, Not Pictured: S. Rukin, D. Taylor, N. DiFillippo - Chap.. J. Mullendore, J. Martin, N. Wolter, L. Carraway, B. Phillips, L. Hustad. H. Steelman. A W fi , V ' Q QL X " I , je 1 -. A QS' w I , .i ll :if xy 1 F 9. , ' Y' K 2 S NX. sa. ' 5 EVM i. . Q .f ,, k f" ! 1 , fi? Homecoming Float Z Club "GROWTH TH ROUGH SERVICE" Under the sponsorship of Zonta Interna- tional and the direction of Mrs. Fair and Mrs. Cooks, Z Club has contributed greatly to the 1972 school year. For Homecoming their float carried thc slogan "Miss use of Nature." They have also had bake sales and car washes to earn money. On Valentine's day they sent valentines to all ofthe faculty and staff. Row Sponsor Mrs Fair J Helms B Ur G. Elliott, A. Bland, C. Clark, H. Hodgkins, P. Hankins, J. Pitts, K. Cox, J. Davis, Second Row: S. Wright, C. Felly, J. Ehinger, S. ls M Marvin Sweetheart M Murllpy J Samra, R. Atwood, S. Mead, E. Roache, Not Ptblured: l. Bryant, Co-Sponsor Mrs. Cooks. CBE A cooperative education program espe- cially for students desirous of business and office careers. Students attend school in the morning and work the job in the afternoons. Train- ing is available in legal, medical, data proc- essing, and many other office occupations. The Twin Lakes CBE 'Club is affiliated with the Future Business Leaders of Ameri- ca and the Cooperative Education Clubs of Florida. CECF holds a district conference in the fall and a State Leadership conference in the spring. FBLA sponsors district workshops dur- ing the year and a state conference in the early summer. First Row: L. McLellan, H. Atwood, L. Mahler, D. Christian, D. Schaarup, Second Raw: K. Hiatt, R. Sparks, R. Chappell, Mrs. Williams, P. Leatherman, K. Scott. .- Adair, J. Pitt las: .tw 'NK ai ' LZ-illlicznce Francaise The French Club of Twin Lakes High has had another successful year. The club is not as large as last year but Mrs. Black the sponsor has continued to initiate many good projects. These projects include: Giv- ing Christmas gifts to the aged at the Coun- ty Home, selling Keychains and lollipops and giving French language scholarships. Their activities were. ficld trips and an an- nual banquet which this year was a swim- ming party. This year their spirit-mobile which consisted of an Eiffel Tower won the most original and entertaining award. Row: M. Cooney, J. Ehinger, A. Bryant, J. Arenson, S. Dodge, Y. Llort, M. Quiroz, L, Wam, T. Hanshaw, Hanshaw. Neal, Second Row: N. Farwell, C. Dingman, L. n, E. Shaffer, E. Broome. J. Hammet, G. Covington, C. Crumity, S. Weiner, P. Parkey, C. Hope, Not Pscmred: D. King. 5 46 Der Lftzwergklub Tlirongli tho hzird work of Mrs. Pcrusse tht- Gorman Cluh has served as an cn- liglitvncr to C4-rinam students in the learn- ing of tht- Gt-rinun culture. 1 Excllanging luttcrs with Gorman pen pnls givm-s tht- students first hand knowl- wlgv of thi' country. Thuy also visit Gorman rm-stunrnnts and attvncl ai German picnic hvltl hy at lovul Gorman vlub. As rt svrvics' project they helped an lndi- un trihv. Joining the National Federation of Studi-nts of Cvrniun will opvn up more ac- tivitivs to tlivm. Q55 Working on homecoming spirit mobile First Rom: B. Egan, A. McGat'figan. L. Smith, M. Ricly - V. Pres., Second Raw: S. Smith, J. McCaffigan. D. Davis. M. Marvin -- Pres A Myers A Lamb M F Los Picaros Through Los Picaros the members have pandud llwir knowledge of the Spanish llurv. pndcr tha- sponsorship of Mr. Ugalde, s Piraros lcarns what life is like in the anish communities. This year the Los Pi- 'os had u car wash and sponsored a wc, holll wvrc a sucvess. l Q.---Q. DCT Through the year the DCT program has encouraged many students because of its activities. These alre just a few of DCT activities: Club breakfast for installation of officers, attended a training workshop at the Deauville Hotel in Miami, hosted the District Vlll CECF Contest Meeting. They've also sponsored the preparation of Federal Income Tax Returns for the Twin Lakes High students. 'inliut l"' Davis. i. Hrs: Row: B. Owens, D. Barber, V. Leonard, Mr. Krayer, Second Row: L. Freeman, E. Shannon, H. Gilmore, J. "UW 4 l 1 Hrs: Row: P. Cote, R. Sirmans, C. Compton, B. Phi lips, S. Latzo, M. Larkins, J. Mclndoo, Second Raw Mr. Wright - Sponsor. J. Barber, S. Compton, E Francis, M. Tate, D. Carter, D. Barber, F. Jeffersor Third Row: E. Wright. .l. Abernathy, J. Hodges, M1 Krayer - Sponsor, K. Nash, J. Ingram. A 11,191 I I 1' ' 'J Raw: G. McCehe, R. Sosensky, J. Martin. R. Clarke, Sponsor, Mr. Lockwood, L. Batista, D. Taylor, R. Radivo- , Second Raw: R. McClelland, D. McKinney, D. Goodman, D. Reynolds, M. Brown, C. Corbos, C. Young, D. lon, W. Edwards. DE CA DECA is tht- leadership training section ot' tht- Distrilrutivv Education Course of- lvrvd at our school. DE is another name for tnarkvting and sales to promote our Ameri- can Systcm. Our DE has kept tht- School Bookstore open. They put on the program "My R0- sponsiliility to Freedom." They also attond- cd District 10 Leadership Conferenco and also Florida DECA State Leadership Con- fcrcnvo. To earn money they have sold Lint-n Calvndars and candy. DECA also placed first in the district poster competi- lion. Winning posters School store vm LAKQQS HIGH HTING RAMS S f Q -, 7- ' fs' A ' Digi X fi Q ir .1 '+V 3 Q K, i 1 .Q 1' Q 6 A A' ,. - 'ls I ' is il A 5. Q ' V ,iffy 1 EJ.. , V ' D' vi F. iq.. . X it 'Y' 'Q , 'ff' we we ' 411' Q5 ISO we Hrs! Row: ,l. Aronson, A. Bryant, B. Caccetta, D. Dilfilippo, S. Dodge, J. George, Second Row: M. Hanshaw, R. Hen- ingcr, L. johnson, Y. Llort, M. Marvin. J. McGal'figan, Third Row: D. McKinney, S. Mead, D. Nabors, R. Neal, J. Renault, B. Riegsecker, Fourth Row: K. Sheedy, D. Simmons, L. Warn, S. Webster, V. Westbrook, P. Zuhriski. National Quill and Scroll is an honorary vluh for students who prove llictitst-lws outstanding in the fiultl of publivations and journalism. Thi- purpose is to instill in Stu- dents tht- C0lllpl'llllVt' spirit of apply- ing their knoivln-tlgu and to promote thc fit-lds of pulvlivalions and jour- nalism. The- olfircrs art-: Rodney Heningor - P11-sitlviit, Patti Dcnzvr - Vice Prcsitlt-nl. Bvtsy Kilhas - Treasur- vr. Pain Rossi-r - Scvrctary. S u Thi- Twin Lakes High School chapte tht' National Honor Soeicty's object is crm-atv vnthusiasni for scholarship, to si ulatv a desire to render service to pron worthy lvadvrsllip and to encourage the veloiunvnt of character in students of school. This yt-ar NHS have been involved trash and van pick-ups. They have : started tutoring students that need cf ht-lp in rlifft-rent areas of school work. -1 ft ,I Hrs! Row: V. Chilton, P. Rosser, C. Elliott, R. Heninger, Sponsor Mrs. Underwood, D. King, M. Divine, Second Rou Dcnzcr, G. Covington, B. Kilbas, N. Peters, S. Sheffield. J. Crain, Third Row: K. Marshall, S. Weiner, S. Katz. NS The National Thcspian Society is an honorary organization which is devoted to the development of thc dramatic arts. To gain membership a student must earn points by working with any phase of the dramatic arts. The members do dramatic reading, poetry interpretation, and plays. Par- ticipation in the plays include per- forming. working on lights. makeup. costume, property. and working with the stage crew. I Raw: L. Pride, D. Brogdon, C. Wells, B. Parks, Second Row: L. Carraway, C. Clark, M. Price. J. Arenson, D. Rickles. N l NFL The National Forensic League is a Na- nal Honor Society devoted to leadership speech and service to thc school and nmunity. The members work in the ds of Debate, Dramatic Interpretation. iginal Oratory. Extemporaneous Speak- and Poetry Reading. The league has 'lieipated in many competitions and has wen to be one of the most outstanding tups in our county. Hrs: Row: M. Dennard, L. Carroway, A. Fenderson, M. Quiroz, Second Row: J. Brock, C. Weinstock, S. Nath, V Weston, D. Rickles, J. Arenson, C. Clark, D. Brogdon, B. Egan, Sponsor, Mrs. McCall, Mr. Tormala, D. Kaylor Third Row: D. Brook, D. Cooney, M. Maass, D. Dunn, Y. Llort, N. Farwell, D. Walker, B. Kachman, I. Brant, B Burkett, G. Burdick, K. Huffman, J. Bougae, Fourth Row: W. Brooks, S. Kennan, R. Hearn, M. Price. R, Costantino Not Pt?:luned: J. Reed. v 1 - Z1 4 ' X 36" , W- .. 1 5. ,ff -4, Wai . . ml- L., nl 1 x . .Ky ', 1 a , . I - i. agus- rf' ' 'AYP -. wp, in i , Eff" ' it . Agra?" .. , ,f , V 5.9-'4-" Aj fda, 3.1 , A ,. o -4-f 4:4 rv' T , pn. gf: A - ,JF r J . PLM, Q gif? ' av dx, , 1' 152 I F :ff V -.DN g dh! 0- 0 SPOR TS Lorraine Johnson Jack Mendiburo Connie Clark Mike Murphy First runner up - Heather Hodgkins representing Z Club. Escorted by Ron Mead. Diana Simmons Roger Turk Cindy Carter Rick Borsten i f-,im , W V SSP' 5 QUEEN: Cathy Elliott representing the Keyette Club. Escorted by Frank Cathey. vu. 'fgq-1 A . t N.-.-,q:r,,.-W l!fi?iJ'+f s. 5' , . ,A .. 41 , , 'X 'Lal' ' I Kick- Off 1 9 70 Kick-off traditionally has been used by the athlvtiv department to provide funds for Twin Lalws sports undvavors and to promotv school spirit. Candidates for Miss Kick-off viv for points towards the title by svlling booster and season tickets. This yuar's contest as in the past was a hard fought onv, with the Kcyette Club candi- date coming out on top. However the low spot of tht- owning proved to bv the loss of the game sufim-rvd at tht- hands of tho Sun- coast Clizirgcrs. Ram On!!! Football 1971 X X X , A A 5 : I: u I . I I Hrs! Row: E. Lowery, J. Walker, F. Bullard, R. Anderson, K. Ellis, J. Ross, R. Wright, J. Adams, P. Zubriski, Second Row: R. Miller, C. Smith, K. Bivins, S. King, J. Williar Giles, B. Arnette, J. Howard, A. Graham, Third Row: D. Burns, R. Dickerson, M. Larkins, L. Chapmen, C. Gold, J. Dawson, M. Merritt, J. Brown, Fourth Row: W. Gova Knofla, A. Valpuesta, E. Chappell, T. Sole, G. Richardson, E. McKinney, R. Robinson, Fljih Row: Coach R. Coffee, Coach R. Melear, Coach S. Kendricks, Coach R. K When the School Board had the bou aries changed to accommodate the ir gration plans, Twin Lakes lost much of front line. No matter how good the coat ing staff is, without a full team of exp: enced players, a team cannot win 1 championship. Ram's spirit was high, l the product left many people unhappy The second season of Twin Lakes fo ball was as trying, if not more than I first. With the loss of all but two of I games, we cannot say that we had a go season. You might say that the Sch: Board inhibited the athletes and that fo ball is not Twin Lakes most outstandi sport, but their two victories from Let ard and Brandon testify to the fact tl Twin Lakes Rams never give up in 1 midst of the melee. .-i.... .4 Twin 5 Twin W Twin , Twin ' Twin ' Twin Twi n l Twin Twill Twin Lakes Lakes Lakes Lakes Lakcs La kos Lakes Lakes La kos Lakes Twin Lakes scores again!! Lake Worth Suncoast Brandon Robinson Atlantic Glades Central Fort Pierce Central John l. Leonard Palm Beach Gardens Forest Hill ttrreettcchh... I Row: C. Berry, T. Bryant, J. Lockhart, J. Tatum, N. Outlaw, R. Beverly, M. Wixson, D. Brown, M. McCann, K. Minus, Second Row: L. Henchel, M. Kisko, G. Bryant, S. ill, C. Banks, K. Braddy, L. Longwell, G. Padgett, C. Kurn, L. Blackburn, N. Diaz, F. Pellicer, Third Row: Coach Tedder, M. Sharkey, J. Hauser, D. Palmer, F. Walker, Lson. L. Sedrick, H. Thompson, L. Davis, T. McHale, M. Durand, M. McKennan, Coach Cousins. 1 1 B. 157 A Q . X .' 'S M-., . we - Hi. . WA .Q 1 , ll -, Mlm' 9 Q x I X Y -4- Q.. .ya ' if 7 A My S Q-' "f , "'.'?19Ng, f0159!s12!,4,," e. 72 S QF, J ui 7 3 I 3 J ll I 4 ri Q ', , . 1 . , - ,. . ,.4,. - I . C ,YQ Er. ea. . 7 i ' C In "A ', ' ll X Y " '-- ,gx X K xggm., ,, -5 ,R an f , 1+-' +L - 6' wlwfv 1 ' I59 Keyelte-Key Club, "A Key To Fantasy' Z Club, "Our Environmenln Anchor. "Rams Make the Falcons Walk the Plank" Homecoming 1 972 il 'hough this was Twin l..ake's second nz-coming, it was the first time she had nni to return for the event. This is not ay that Palm Beach High's and Roose- High's former students did not attend game. Old memories die hard and their ise was postponed by a wish to see an- rr Homecoming in Coolie Stadium. I floats are what you look for at games Homecoming. you would not be disap- ted by the display presented by Service is at Twin Lakes. The time and energy it produeed something to remember. lut of the ten candidates for Homecom- Queen, Holly Stratton was chosen by 1 Lakes students. When the announce- t was made, all that could be seen re Holly was standing was a mass of ee- e cheerleaders screaming and jumping. he Rams put forth an admirable effort. the Falcons took the game 28-18. Even gh the game was lost to Forest Hill, the Wt of the event was not. As long as there Twin Lakes Rams on the field, there be a Homecoming. Homecoming Queen and Her Court I thought the kisses were suppose to be for me!!! ING QUEEN: Holly Stratton escorted by Edward Riddl www Robert Wood Camilla Clark Michael Bernikow Beatrice Coleman Melanie Hanshaw Richard Neal Tyrone Colson Penelope Jefferson David Smith Patricia Cole Ernest Corley Esther Ronchc Roger McCarthy Lynn Pride Bruce Williams Sandra Lawson Michael Murphy Debbie Schaarup Basketball With last year's state championship in basketball, there is little doubt about this sport being Twin Lakes' most outstanding. The Rams, for the two years of their existence, have proven that their ability is far better than average. With the aid of a fast. well coordinated team, the coaching ability of Joseph Ceravolo, and gyms filled to capacity with exuberant, cheering fans, the team succeeded in capturing the Sun Coast Conference Championship with a record of twelve victories and only two losses. With an overall scoring record of 29-9, it is obvious that basketball will remain an outstanding sport at Twin Lakes. Ist Row: R. Beverly, B. Williams, C. Bannister, 2nd Raw: D. Burns, E. Chappell. E. Corley. Q L 5 5 -I1 '33 Coach Joseph Ceravolo rj'-X .JL Y " -ftii t ggi' . 2 '1 if-as X Isl Row: S. Small, J. Lockhart, N. Outlaw, 2nd Raw: Coach Smgletary L Little T Mel-Iale K Minus K White r vin Lakes 89 Merritt Island vin Lakes 70 Martin County vin Lakes 85 Orlando Boone rin Lakes 106 Forest Hill lin Ldk0S 80 Suncoast High rin Lakes 63 Lake Worth fin Lakes 89 Forest Hill fin Lakes 71 Martin County fin Lakes 74- Palm Beach Gardens lin Lakes 70 John I. Leonard fin Lakes 74- Suncoast High win Lakes 57 Lake Worth fin Lakes 79 Glades Central fin Lakes 103 Forest Hill :in Lakes 111 Palm Beach Gardens iin Lakes 77 Atlantic High 'in Lakes 79 John I. Leonard 'in Lakes 82 Fort Pierce Central fin Lakes 78 Glades Central 'in Lakes 59 Atlantic High 'in Lakes 76 Suncoast High Suncoast Conference Championship Twin Lakes - won 12 games - lost 2 ga District Tournament 8-AAAA in Lakes 75 Pompano Beach in Lakes 88 John I. Leonard in Lakes 56 Lake Worth ITICS -'E I i I 4 1 n I 166 4L 'K x K i ,M X ,W h - X XXX3 R 'ASX Y Q 'Q 'W , ' Jw 'WX gf IW z E1 V3 2 Q. Q , 3 x 5' 5 M vB: 9 I Baseball This year's baseball team is a young one. With only three seniors and over fifty per cent sophomores, the team lacks the experience of playing on a high school team. The first few games were lost, but with a victory over Lake Worth, the signs of practice and experience are starting to show. Coach Carpenter's coaching skill combined with the guidance of captains Richard Neal, Doug Whalin, and Pat Zubriski, those first few losses might possibly be offset by a record of victories. Isl Raw: L. Henschel, T. Bolling, G. Dahl, K. Johnson, M. Riley, L. Davis, L. Shepard, 2nd Row: A. McGaffigan, Coach Carpenter, Coach Shively, T. Alsup, J. Rodriguez, P. l den, M. Rowe, R. Anderson, R. Neal, W. Gowens, D. Whalin, Not Pictured: P. Zubriski. l 4 r PITCHERS: Isl Row: J. Rodriguez, 2nd Raw: P. Neal, D. Whalin. OUTFIELD: T. Alsup, R. Anderson, P. Breeden, J. Rodriguez. CAPTS.: D. Whalin, R. Neal, Not Pict.: P. Zubriski 'W?1 9. 8 5 . . U .. y I -2, effikifii Ki? ' Y ' f3?ff'? 551256 X 4-v' T Lv ,J f .5 A 151234 1: 'f ' ' JIT- .mg ,,,f,-ztgffggmyf' Hg, , A M :ir . r h X , ll -, 'G ff-"" X ' E ,im 3 Q Q., X L LL,L : X-, s ,- x - 5 K 1, , A .2 Ss .Q,f'l1xS,Y:ffL, ' " ' . .,.A Q23 ' Q by A - v ....s.'T.2-v:?, f ,M - 1' S ,, 'fi :NLR -.ini W .A..,--Q' 'RWM Q xi ,W 4' . Q aff W .5-36' :gr x - in 3: of .na- f U2 ' v as Q 1,-,3n,JSS. wif, 5 5' 4 s ' 5:4 riiff? 3 '-gs. N in ug, sf Q . Q 1 : Q r 6, 333+ 35+ ,KT 0 4, a 1. v f- we xv,-J. Q. by .- Q-xy x ,gc 467' Qs ,. ,ar f -f . 1 Niki ff' 'Ad 1 Qi '4fkJf,4A. I V 1731. 1 wgyyf if :du , -',.kah- ,, .K .. ,QW XV' L- "1" 2 g " f' fvW?fE'7' 3f ,'-f. , fwf-f if H f N . ,f . awk rl V' 'R A 1 L' 'f1J41'k'-3'f?'.7rf5"'4'.aK5fHs A43 The Track Team is generally considered to be the most prominent in endurance and strength, in a school's athletic program. This year's team will participate in many difficult meets including Miami, Gaines- ville, and others. Under the leadership and guidance of Coach Melear, their participa- tion in track races, pole vaulting, the shot put, the disc, and the other events are ex- pected to be much better than average. Track lr DISTANCE RUNNERS: L. Henschel, J. Morris, T. O'Connor, M. O'Brien, J. Martorell First Row: M. McCann, L. Henschel, G. Aveyard, B. Wood, R. Heninger, H. Thomas, T. Bryant, J. Williams, L. Chapman, L. Lozada, F. Arnett, J. Johnson. 2nd Row J M M. O'Brien, J. Allen, T. O'Connor, T. Soles, K. Ellis, J. Giles, O. Mack, J. Martorell, M. Brown, 3111 Row: Coach Melear, M. Larkins, J. Farrington, C. Monon, C. Smith D erson, J. Ross, W. Toombs, C. Gold, T. Lucas, J. Adams. " 3 ff!! :QQ ...- , -Q, RUNNERS: C, Smith, J. Giles, R. Heningvr, L. Lovada it .fi, I Q in .I- ff? E n POLE VAULTERS: J. Farrington, B. Wood, J. Allen. l 174 ...N , Egan -.A Q ,. 'xl g tw ' QI? if, X- nnnmv 'Hua 'Q M n Row: L. Lozada, M. Brown. M. Bryson, V. Ortiz, Second Row: Coach G. Sparks, D. Banks, I. Martorell, T. -ue six r These darn Clroopy socks!!! wx. if frm-nq..q.gq 15542 Q ver The River And Through The Woods . . . Anyone who has ever run cross-country, knows that it is no easy task. In most rac- ing events, speed makes the difference be- tween a win, a tie, or a loss. ln cross-coun- try running. endurance is the determining factor. Under the guidance of Coach Gary Sparks, the team represented Twin Lakes in several tournaments and achieved a vic- tory over Forest Hill in one of the few dual meets they played. The average distance in a race is 2116 miles. It takes a very dedidated runner, be- cause they have to run 6 to 12 miles a day in training. Rain, nor sleet, nor snow . . . ...Q Vczrsit Cheerleaders Under the able direction of Captain Debra LeBlanc and Co-captain Saundra Lawson and the sponsorship of Miss King, this has been a year full of hard work and exciting memories. The Cheerleaders of 71-72 have shown great enthusiasm and provided the spirit needed to keep the foot- ball and basketball teams on the go. During the summer months the Cheer- leaders can be found at Cheering Camp im- proving their style and learning new cheers. But with the opening of school their work really begins hs they practice long hours and lead the student body in pep rallies and at games. Hrs! Row: Linda Lichtblau Sponsor: Miss King, Capt. Debra LeBlanc, Co-Capt., Saunclra Lawson , Holly Sleelman, Second Raw: Saundra Lawson, Delbra Walker, Sara Wright. Holly Stratton, Robin Hunter, Debra LeBlanc, Third Row C yr 55 3 is LA H ' t ...fy-vs' K 5 t 9 , P I L' 3. L 5. A is .sf 'if gr Xx f .1 , xx, - . V-an ff , O ,rj .W X . X ' 1 2 '1 ' k 3 X K IH Z il I 1 ,-gl? h . 8 L f Junior Varsit Squad Captains Ira Bryant, and Sacha Rulcin. i First Row: Kenann Cassidy. Cayla'l'land. Teresa Keeney, Ada Dembroeder, Second Row' Giselle Coleman, Debra Kaylor, l J.V. Student Sponsor Holly Stratton The junior Varsity Cheerleaders never been in the picture to the exte the varsity squad, but the spirit and f put forth were equal in enthusiasm. U the direction of Holly Stratton, Stu Sponsor and thc leadership of Cap Sacha Rukin and Ira Bryant, they brc up the spirit of all the ,l.V. events ani tivities. ' i Swimming Swimming not being a ball sport, it generally gets little attention though it is a sport re- tiring endurance as in any sport. The diving events take not only coordination, but graceful ovements. Under the direction of Coach Gullion, they practice in the morning and the aft- noon in hopes that this season will be more than just another season for a minor school ort. With captains Laurie Block, Keith Griffin, Melanie Hanshaw, and a well practiced am, they leave little doubt about a good showing. lk! Row: J. Samra, A. Robinson, J. Block, C. Rowell, H. Berry, L. Lichtblau, H. Stratton, H. Hodgkins, 2nd Raw: D. Edwards, S. Dodge, P. Simmons, L. Kotthaus, L. Block, C. Clark, M. Hanshaw, S. Buclcholtz, T. Keeney. l 1 r coach' cannon In Row: F. Keels, R. Oetinger, J. Bongae, K. Haggerty, R. Mackinson, M. Lancaster, P. Akers, D. Sherwood, 2nd Captains - M. Hanshaw, L. Block Raw: D. Palmer, B. Baily, K. Griffin, L. Tippit. rev.. Captain - Keith Griffin 179 "?":.f:' . .. ,.,.,,.. KAN- N-.0 . ,,,,. l. X A , Maxx .WA ' x ,x,?Qp ,Z ,kv ,. 5-ff 1 mir? ' .,-.Q ,....W M J ...,...-.-fm .4 -...f3+jK-- - ...J f I ',-up. -,wg v - 1 "7 ..4:n.4:.,,1- W 1 m W 4 l uf .. . ,....N-.-.., -11? ---I. .H ., A 4 .L ""'f MN' ., -'yin ,.,""""', , ,NM . wr' N... 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Francis, 2nd Row: P. Westbrook, L. Palma, L. Crockett, 3nd Row: S. Sheffield, V. Westbrook, 44h Roux' M. Marvin. Capt.: K. Bivins, D. Wade. Coy Hrs! Row: C. Gulley. S. Krueger, Second Row: L. Lichtblau, C. Currie. HIS! Row: M. Holland, D. Wade, E. Bellex, Second Raw: F. Tabernilla, R. Borsten, F. Cathey, S. Waugh, A. Troy, J. Kraynick. X me Q gif' . , Capts.: F. Calhey, L. Lichtblau as xi, This is one of the best years for golf at Twin Lakes. The girl's team is undefeated at the moment and three of them have qualified for state. The boy's team has also done admirably well in competition. Under the direction of Coach Heninger and the guidance of Captains Frank Cathey and Linda Lichtblau, the possibility of a stale championship is in sight. 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Brooks, Walter B. - 53, 151 Broome, Elizabeth H. - 53, 14-5, 141 Browder, Taleca A. - 53 Brown , Carole - 98, 133, 120, 125 Brown, Debra R. - 53 Brown, Diane M. - 53 Brown. Donald - 157, 120 Brown, Ezzard - 116 Brown, James - 108 Brown. Johnny - 156 Brown, Karen - 108 Brown, Marvin - 175, 172 Brown, Mellonease - 98, 149, 133, 132 Brown, Leander - 53 Brown, Ronald - 108 Brown, Ronald T. - 53 Browning, Victoria L. - 53 Broxson. Randolph - 108 Bruner, Steve Bryan, William D. - 53 Bryant. Alois J. - 53, 136, 145, 150, 138, 135 Bryant, Debby Bryant, Ira - 99, 178, 143. 125. 127 Bryant, Sherry Bryant, Tony - 157, 172 Bryson, M. - 175 Buchanan, Debbie - 108 J. C. CASSIDY AIR-CONDITIONING - 192 Cassidy, Kennan - 109, 178, 120 Castillo, Mario - 108 CATER'S FURNITURE - 196 Cathey, Frank D. - 54, 155, 140, 186 Caullett, Diana - 99 COOPERATIVE BUSINESS EDUCATION - 144 Ceravolo. Joseph J. - 4-0 Challis, Dawn - 108 Chambers, Bill - 124 Chapman, Larry - 54, 156, 172 Chappell, Edward L. - 54, 156, 165, 163, 148 Chappell, Vernell - 109, 156 Chappelle, Ramona L. - 54, 144 Charles, Debbie E. - 109 CHEERLEADING - 176, 177. 178 Cheeseborough, Deidra - 54 Chewning, Ray Chillingworth, Rosemary W. - 30 Chilton, Vicki M. - 54, 129, 150, 116, 124, 125 Chinnels, Rita CHOIR - 124, 125, 126, 127 Christensen, Robert - 99 Christian. Cartha - 54, 140 Christian, Deborah A. -- 54, 144 Christian, Richard - 109 Chvquette, Jerry civlNE'rrrs - 139 Clark, Camilla J. - 54, 163, 179 Clark, Conni I.. - 54, 154, 176, 143, 134, 151 Clark, Jeffery - 109, 116 CLARK OLDSMOBILE - 191 Clarke, Caroline J. -- 55, 151 Buckholtz, Susan - 179 Buckingham, Sayla Bulmer, Caren A. - 53 Bulmer, Maureen Bunche. Julius J. - 45 Bunting, John Burdick, Gary - 108, 151, 121 BURGER KING - 199 Burkett, Robert A. - 99, 151 Burns, Donald L. - 156, 164 Burns, William Burroughs, Bernestine Bury, Kimberly - 99 Bussey, Becki Caccavalle, Steve - 109 Caccetta, Bernadette H. - 53, 150, 138, 125, 127 Calandra, Marylynn Campbell, Chester L. - 23 Campbell, Reginald L. - 53 Campbell, Richard -l 109 Cannady, Donna - 53 Cannon, Garold D. - 53 Cappadora, Phyllis - 99 Carameo, Margaret Carawan, Donna -- 128 Carawan, William - 109 Career, Denise - 54 Carpenter, John W. - 36, 137, 168 Carpenter, Virginia M. - 38 Carpentier, Ronnie - 109 CARPET SHOWCASE - 194 Carraway, Dorothy L. - 54, 151 Carter, Cynthia E. - 54, 154, 141, 135, 182 Carter, Deborah S. - 54 Carter, Denise O. - 54, 128, 148 Carter, Linda - 109, 132 Carter, Maude Carter, Sonya Clarke, Frances - 99 Clarke, Renee D. - 54, 149 Clawson, Julie Cline, Nina - 109 Cline, Steven - 1 09 Clinton. Barbara - 109 Clinton, Catherine - 55. 129 Cochran. Richard L. - 109 Coffey, Roger M. - 39, 156 COIN LAUNDRY - 191 B. D. COLE INC. - 192 Cole, Mary Coleman, Beatrice L. - 55, 80, 163, 136, 135, 126, 127 Coleman, Giselle - 109, 178 Coleman, Teresa Collake, Vickie Colson, Tyrone C. - 55. 163 Combs, Julie - 109 Compton, Cheryl - 99, 148 Compton, Stephen W. - 55, 148 Condon, Kathy G. - 55 Cooke, Samuel H. - 41 Cooks, Louise E. - 36, 107, 143 Cooney, Douglas - 109, 134, 151 Cooney, Michael - 97, 99, 145, 140, 182 Cooper, Jacqueline -55 Cooper, Jeannice - 99 Cooper, Lorenzo - 55 Copeland, Donna - 109 Corbin, Cynthia - 109 Corbos, Carlos R. - 55, 149 Comer, Geraldine - 55 Corley, Michael - 109 Costantino, Thomas L. - 56. 151, 124, 126 Cote, Patricia E. - 56, 163, 148 Covington, Ginger A. - 56, 145. 150. 138 Cox, Kathryn - 99, 143, 135, 147 CRAFT HOUSE - 194 Crain, Cline I-I. - 36, 4-0 Crain, James W. - 56, 150, 118, 117 Crockam, Sharon Crockett, LouBurn - 56, 185 Cromer, Mary Cronin, Michael R. - 56 Crosby, Patrice A. - 109 CROSS COUNTRY - 175 Crosswhite, Elizabeth J. -- 56 Crosswhite, Nanette - 109 Crowder, Janet - 99 CROWN TV 81 RECORD CENTER - 191 Cnimity, Clarissa A. -- 56, 136, 145, 133, 135 C 61 S LANDSCAPE - 196 Culberson, Ronald - 99 Cullom. Jewell M. - 30 Cunningham, Walter Currie, Carolyn - 109, 186 Cushman, Stuart S. - 29 Cutright, Ellis W. - 23 Czernowski, Jean - 109 Czernowski, John Dahl, Gregory - 168 Dailey, Steven Dake, Karen Dale, Beverly A. - 56 Danielpour, Richard - 109 Daniels, Pauletta - 56 Denison, Arthur Darby, Cynthia - 109 Darby, Gene Damell, Hubert Davenpon, Bobbie -- 109 Davis, Barry - 109 Davis, Debra J. - 56, 146, 14-1 Davis, Irving Davis. James E. - 56 Davis, Jamie A. - 99 Davis, Julia - 143, 147 LAMAR DAVIS GULF - 196 Davis, Lawrence - 157, 168 Davis, Willie Dawson, Jeffrey W. - 56, 156 Day, Sharon - 109 DISTRIBUTIVE COOPERATIVE TRAINING 1 Dean, Sarah - 56, 132 1 Dearing, Denise - 99 i DeArmona, Harold i DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OF AMERICA i - 149 I Deese, Ruth Deger, John L. - 56 Deloach, Bennie R. - 56 DeMeritte, Corean - 128 Dempsey, Carolyn Denbroeder, Ada - 109, 178 Dennard, Mary L. - 56, 138, 151 Dennis, Sallie Denzer, Patricia J. - 57, 150, 141, 117 Derksen, Charlene -- 99, 138 DIANE SHOP - 199 Diaz, Nelson - 109, 157, 121 Dilfilippo, Domenica M. - 57, 150 Dingman, Cindy - 99, 145, 141, 135 Dimartino, Deborah - 117 Divine, Michael P. - 57, 114. 150 Dix, Robert E. - 57, 114-, 120 Dixon, Mary - 109, 133, 132 Dixon, Robin S. V- 57 Dodge, Shelley P. - 57, 79, 145, 150, 179 4 l, Jonathan phus, Anthony E. - 57 math. Vicki - 109 telson. Nellie xley, Jeanne - 109 vely, Gary ver, William - 99 sling, Essie lyton, Lillie B. - 22, 136 art, Andrea - 109 ncombe, Rosa - 99 nigan, Terry NKIN DONUTS - 192 nlap, Debbie - 109 nn. Brenda - 109 nn, Danny E. - 57 nn, Debbie - 99 nn, Debbie - 106, 134-, 151 nnam, Debra 'NN'S FLORIST - 200 rham, Bobby rham, Lorna rand, Mark f- 157 ly, Mmm - 57 gan, William - 99, 14-6, 151 iington, Elizabeth - 57, 138 gerton, Brenda ITH THE FLORIST - 194 .und, Steve vards, Annie wards, Barry A. - 57 wards, Debra - 109, 135, 179 wards, Eddie wards, William A. - 57, 14-9 nger, Jenifer - 100, 145, 143 ott, Cathy R. - 57, 81, 155, 1 Lott, Gwendolyn P. - 58, 143 ls, Kenneth - 156, 172 , Jennifer Fry, Linda F. - 41, 107 PIRE SALES - 194- PLOYEES FINANCE - 196 Ialey, Steve - 100 , Cheryl - 58 Ely. Gertrude - 30, 48 ns, Jeff -rington, Jeff - 100, 172, 174 -well, Naomi - 100, 145, 137, lkner, Mark ows, Dean -- 58 on, Dorothy G. - 4-2 ly, cami - 143 iandez, Paul A. er, Belinda TURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA - 129 FIDELITY FEDERAL - 195 Fields, Sandra - 100, 129 Finlason, Lisa A. - 39 Fischer, Vicky - 109 Fizer, Theodore C. - 58, 137 Flack, Sherri Flanders, Debra - 100 Flanklin, Johnny - 165 Fletcher, Dana J. - 58, 120 Flevry, Michele T. - 58 FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT - 193 FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES -- 192 Foley, Elizabeth - 100 CHAS. G. FOLLIN AND SON - 198 FOOTBALL - 156, 157, 158. 159 Ford, Judie - 100 Foster, Janice - 100, 137 Fouts, Gloria J. - 58, 138, 127 Francis, Elvira M. - 58 Francis, Linda -- 109, 185 Francis, Samuel E. - 58, 148 Franklin, Lewis P. - 58, 184 FREDER1CK'S PHARMACY - 194- Freeman, Elizabeth Freeman, Leroy - 58 French, Bonny - 109 FRENCH CLUB - 145 French, Laurie J. - 58, 141 Fretwell. Marvin E. -- 58 Fi-ins, Robert - 109 Fritz, Linda - 109 Fuentes, Sylvio - 109 Futch. Melinda -- 109, 146 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION - 132 Galin, Reed - 58 Gamble, Merriel - 100 Gard, Sherry Garn, Ernest Gamett, Joyce Garrity, Edward D. - 4-2 Gathagan, Sharlee George, Judy C. - 59, 81, 150, 138, 134, 1 124 George, Susan - 109, 120 George, William - 110 GERMAN CLUB - 146 Gibson, Cynthia - 100, 185 Gifford, Melissa M. - 59, 138 Gilbert, Theresa E. - 59, 138 Giles, James - 59, 156, 173, 172 Gilliland, Dave W. Gilman, Donald - 110 Gilmore, Harold - 59 Ginchereau, Dolor - 100 Gliason, Robert - 110 1.,,1,,7,,7,,, 7, Y-, , l , Gold, Carl O. - 59, 156, 172 GOLF - 186, 187 Gonzales, Alberto - 100 Gooden, Mary C. - 59, 138 Goodman, Debra A. - 59, 14-9 Goodrum, John - 110 Gordon, Robert Gore, Linda - 110 Gosman, Helen - 110 Gosman, Kitty - 110 Goss, Alvin E. - 59 Gowens, Walter A. -- 59, 156, 136, 168 Goyette, Ann Goyette, Mary Graham, Allen - 100, 156 GRANT'S FURNITURE CO. Grauballe, John R. - 59 Gray, John Gray, Wilma - 100 Green. John - 100 Gregory, Floyd Griffin, Antoinette - 110, 116, 132, 127 CHARLES GRIFFIN TRUCK AND LOADER SER VICE - 199 Griffin, Keith R. - 59, 179 Griffin, Marla - 100 Griffis, Pamela - 110 Griggs, Shirley - 100 Grillo, Linda J. - 59, 126, 125, 127 Gronendahl, Cheryl -- 100 Gronendahl, Mary L. - 59 Grooms, Rita Guelli, Joanne - 110 Guelli, Mary L. -- 59 Gullion, George E. - 29, 41, 179 Gulley, Cheryl - 110, 186 Gusae, Cindy - 110 Guthrie, David L. - 100 Guvetis. Carlos D. - 59 Haas, Frank N. - 35. 97, 184 Hagin, Sandra - 100 Haggerty, Kenney - 110, 179 Haight, Susan - 110 Hailey, Jerry Haines, Craig G. - 60 Hall, Glenda S. - 60 Hall, Linda D. - 60 Hall, Robert - 100, 128 Hall, Thomas Hamilton, Allan - 110 Hamilton, Helen M. - 30, 116 Hamilton, William - 110 Hamman, Kathryn Hammett, Jeanette - 100, 145 Hammon, Robert L. - 60 Hancock, Brenda J. - 100 Hand, Gala - 110, 178 Hankins, Philistine - 60, 136, 143, 116, 117 147 Hansel, John - 110 Hansel, Marie J. -- 100, 120, 125 Hansen, Merrilee - 60 Hanshaw, Melanie J. - 118, 60, 163. 79, 145 150 141, 179 Hanshaw, Terri - 110, 145 Hardage, Frank G. - 21 Hare, Cheryl A. - 60 Harmes, Elizabeth - 110 Harper, Cheryl - 100 umm, Linda J. - oo, 124, 125 l Hanaway, Timothy Harris, Aleen S. - 36 Herndon, Hanis, E arnestine B. - 42 Harris, Fannee - 110 Harris, Harold Harris, Marva J. - 60 Hart, Charles R. Hatcher, Gwendolyn J. - 60 Hauser, James - 157 Hawes, Linda - 100 Hawthorne, Sherry - 60 Haynes, Joe S. - 60 Hearn. R Heglund, ussell B. - 61, 151, 124 Lorna - 100 Helder, Eileen - 110, 124 Helgeson, Denise - 100 Helms, Jeanette - 100, 143 Hendrick Hendrick , Wanda , Timothy - 110 Heninger, Charles - 39 Heninger, Rodney J. - 61. 78, 150, 140, 17 Heninger, Wanda M. - 24 Henschel , Lewis - 110, 157. 172, 184, 168 Hern, Barbara - 110 Hernandez, Alexis Sylvia Herpy, Kathy L. - 61, 124, 126, 125, 127 Hesterlee, Lisa A. - 61 Hetrick. Mary - 101 Hetrick, Jane - 106, 110 Heyer, Norma - 110 Hiatt, Kelly J. - 61, 144 Hicken, Pamela - 101 Hicks, Susan - 101, 143 Hickson, Sarah F. - 61 Hiddle, William Higgins, Katie Belle - 61, 138 Higgins, Wayne E. - 61 Hill, Robert J. - 156 Hilliard, Rebecca - 126, 125. 127 Hobson, Susan - 110 Hodges, Emory J. - 101, 148 Hodgkins, Heather A. - 61, 154, 143, 179 Hoffman, C. L. Hoffman, Jane - 110 Holland, Maurice - 186 Holloway, Elmer HOMECOMING - 160, 161, 162, 163- HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS - 190 Hoover, Richard D. - 61 Hope, Carol - 145, 116 Horne, Bernice Horne, Olive J. - 61 Horne, Sylvia D. - 61, 128 Huuser, Anna C. - 61 Houser, James J. Howard, Darlene V. - 61 Howard, Mildred Howard. Raymond J. - 61, 156 Howard, Robert - 110 Howe. James F. - 42, 48, 182 Howe, Lindy Hubbard, Karen - 101 Hubbard, Randy - 110 Huffman, Kent D. - 61, 151 Huffman, Kirk - 110 Huggins, Charles -- 127 Huggins. Diane S. - 62, 125 Hulslander. Robert - 110 HUMAN RELATIONS - 136 Hunter, Linda Hunter, Patricia - 62 Hunter, Robin - 101, 176 3, 172 Hunton, David L. - 62, 149 Hustad, Linda - 101 Hutchins, William B. - 62 Hymen, Paul W. HURLEY CLEANERS - 199 Iffil, Josephine - 101 f, Edward - 110, 120 Ingram, John J. - 62 Ignatof Ingram, Michael - 110 Ingram, Steven - 110 Inman, Timothy INTERACT - 142 Irvin. James - 110 Irvin, Lisa - 110 Isenberg, Phyllis - 128 Ives, Jeffrey Jackson, Barbara - 110 Jackson, Betty Jackson, Donna - 101 Jackson, Daisy - 110, 132 Jackson, Freddie - 62 Jackson, Hattie Jackson, Rickey Jackson, Robert - 157 Jackson, Walter J. - 62 Jackson, Scott L. Jacoby, Lucky James, Jimmie H. - 23 Jarrett, Christine Jnrriel, Agnes -- 101 Jefferson, Arthur S. - 62 Jefferson, Faye, L. - 62, 148 Jefferson, Patricia - 62 Jefferson, Penelope P. - 62, 163 Jenkins, Beatrice E. - 34 Jenkins, Donald Jenkins, Herbert Joannides, Charlene - 101 IBB!!! 5 ,lg-4 as Johnson, Vickie - 110 Jones, Allen Jones, Charles W. Jones, Edna A. - 62 Jones, George - 62 Jones, Jerome H. -- 62 Jones, Mary - 101 Jones, Ruth Jones, Tommie J. - 62 .IOURNALISM - 130. 131 Kachman, William - 101, 151 Kalas, Jacqueline - 62 Katz, Sherri - 63, 150 KAYLOR AIR CONDITIONING Kaylor, Debra - 110, 178 Kauffman, Randy Kearney, Kathy Keels, Carolyn A. -- 63 Keels, Frank - 179 Keels. James E. - 63, 120, 125 Keen, Dennis 5 . I -196 Keeney, Teresa - 101, 178, 179 Keeslar, Diane - 110, 124, 120 Keller, Anna K. - 25, 114 Kelley, Bonnie - 101 Kelly, Polly S. - 24 Kemp. Joseph J. - 35 Kennan, Sherry A. - 63 Kennan, Steven - 151 Kent, David - 111 Kent, Sandra A. Kersey, Donald F. KEY CLUB - 140 KEYETFES - 141 KICK-OFF - 154, 155 JOHNNY'S PLAY LAND 81 TRICK SHOP - 198 Johns, Jeffrey Johnson, Barry - 110 Johnson, Beatrice - 101 Johnson, Belinda - 110 Johnson, Brenda - 128 Johnson, Dennis - 62 Johnson, James E. - 21 Johnson, Jane Johnson, Joe L. - 62, 172 Johnson, Kenneth - 110, 168 Johnson, Lorraine E. - 62, 154, Johnson, Robert - 110 Johnson, Thomas C. 145, 150, 137 Kiger, John D. - 63 Kilbas, Elizabeth A. - 63, 150, Kilgallon, Clealus - 63 King, Bill - 111 King, Deborah A. - 63, 150 King, Gary - 111 King, Marsha Y. - 39, 176 King, Ronnie - 101 King, Steven - 156 Kirkpatrick, Shirley - 101, 121 Kisko, Marty - 111, 157 Knaub, Lucy - 111 Knight, Alton - 63 Knight, Carol - 111 Knofla, Charles E. - 64, 156 Knorr, Glen - 64 Knudsen, Pattee L. - 64 118, 116. 117 ., Ralph - 111 ti, Dorothy - 101 naus, Laura - 64-. 196 USS JEWELERS - 196 er, Anthony C. - 28 ier, Eric mick. John A. - 64-, 186 fl'Z'S DOG N' SUDS - 200 og, Ursula eger, Randy eger, Sandy - 101, 186 se, Sharon A. - 64 elmann. David - 111 ik, Barbara n, Charles - 157 2, Ruth G. - 45 roix, Karen M. - 64- rnix, Sheryl - 101 ortune, Al range, William - 101, 116 wb. Anne - 101, 146, 138, 134, 127 tb. Barbara - 111 tb. James -- 101, 124-, 126, 120 b, Joseph - 101 b, Kevin - 184 lb, Nicky L. - 64 pos, Jeff - 111 faster, Marcus - 111. 179 lin. Debra A. -- 64 iin, Donna - 101 z, Nina :, Shirley - 101, 126, 125, 127 Leonard, Victoria E. - 64 Levesque, Deborah - 111 Leviton. Joan - 64, 14-1, 182 Lewis, Ernest Libby, Duane Libby, Lorayne - 111 Lichtblau, Linda B. - 64-, 176, 141, 179, 134, 186 Lindberg, Merry -- 111 Lindsay, Richard E. - 65 Lindquist, Gladys Lingerfelt, Debbie - 111 Lingerfelt, Vivian '- 111 Lintner, Mike -- 111 McDonald, Susan - 111, 116, 124 McDonough, William - 111 MacDougal, Patricia McFarland, Drake - 111 McGaffigan. Andy - 111, 146, 168 McCaffigan. Jane L. - 146, 65, 150, McGehe, Alta C. - 65, 14-9 McGehe, David - 111 McGhee, Harley E. - 27 McGowan, Debbie - 102 McHale. Terry - 102, 157, 156 Maciak, Barbara - 112 Mclndoo. Jacqueline - 102. 148 Little, Ralph Lively, Lee R. - 43, 106 Lion. Ysela - 65. 145. 150, 13 Lloyd, Timmy Lockhart. James - 157, 165 Lockhart, Starlene - 102 Lockwood, David H. - 28, 149 Lolmaugh, Laura Lolmaugh. Lloyd Long, Fleta E. Long, Kathy - 102 Longwell, James - 111 Lorenzo, Barbara R. - 65, 14-1 Lorenzo, Luis - 111, 175 DOUGLAS LORIE - 198 Lovett, Gayle - 111 7, 151, 120 1 Mack. Bobby Mack, Emanuel Mack, Gregory - 112 Mack 0. C. - 65, 172 Mack. Walter McKelvy, William S. - 65 McKennan, M. - 157 McKenzie. Levi Mackey, Cheryl - 102 McKinney, Donna R. - 65, 14-9, 125 McKinney, Janet McKinney. Joseph D. - 65 McKinnie, Mary Mackison, Rick - 179 McLaughlin, Lori McLellan, Lohr -- 102 Lowe, Linda - Lowery. Edward W. -- 156 Lozada. Evelyn V ins, Michael - 156. 172 ins, Monalissa - 148 en. Jeanie - 101 rn, Ada M. - 64 N, Susan - 148 on, Dorothy - 111 n. Saundra L. -- 64. 163, 176 an, Sandy - 101 erman, Pamela J. - 64 erman, Paul - 14-4- tt, Margaret gnc, Debra M. -- 64. 176, 14-1, 124, 126. 125 Allan lh. John - 101, 137, 116 ton, LuuAnn r, Vicki Lozada, Luis - 173. 172. 182, 175 Lucas, Thomas D. - 65, 172 Lundy, Donald Lyles, Margaret - 111 Lynn, Mildred Maass, Michael G. - 96, 102, 140, 151, 182 McBride. Gary McCall, Barbara D. - 31, 4-4, 151 McCann, Mike - 157, 172 McCann. Tece - 111 McCarty, Willie R. - 65, 163 McClelland. Robin C. - 65, 149, 137 McCown, Mickey - 111 McCoy, Alice McCoy. Debra A. - 65 McCoy, Scott - 111 McLellan, Lynn - 14-4 McLendon, Linda F. - 66 McLeod, Cherry McLeod, Patrick McManus. Charles L. - 43. 48, 142 McRae, Irene E. - 24- Maguire, Sheila F. - 66, 124 Mahler, Louise J. - 66, 144 Major, Debbie -- 102 Malachinski, Joan - 112 Malette, Bruce Mammino, Steve Manley, Bill Manning, Mary A. -- 27 Mansour, Fred -- 112 March, Emanuel - 66 Marcus, Shirley A. - 66,'128 Marshall, Kim - 150 Marshock, Karen Martin. Joyce A. - 66, 143 Manin, Judith - 102 Martin, Sally Martinez, Eddie Martorell, Juan - 66, 175, 172 1 Marvin. Melanie A. - 66, 146, 143, 150, 185 Mashburn, Dennis -- 112 Mashburn, Doris - 112 Mashburn, Shirley J. - 66 Massey, Randy - 102 Mays, Willie - 37 Mazak. June - 112 Mead, Susan A. - 66, 14-3, 150 MEDIA CLUB - 119 Mehaffie, Debi - 112 Meiss, Lynn -- 112, 124 Melear, Richard C. - 29, 4-1, 156, 172 Mendler, Charlene - 112 Menningmann, Joerg C. Merchent, Dennis C. - 66, 124 Merritt, Marvin R. - 156 Metcalf, Sandra - 112, 120 Metzcher, Don - 112 205 Pickren, Susan Michael, Mickey - 112 Miller, Ronald - 156 Mills, Jack Mindler, Wanda Minefee, Delia J. - 66 Minor. .John L. - 66 Minus, Keith -- 157, 165 Mitchell, Carl Mitchell: Karla E. - 66 Mix, Martha C. - 23 Moates, Bruce D. - 66 Mock, Sharon - 102 Monroe, Eunice Monte, Adrianne Montesino, Ubaldo - 102, 120, 125 Montgomery, Michael - 112 Mooney, Erik Moore, Cathy Moore, John R. -- 66 Moore, Mary - 112 Morales, Robert Morgan, Cindy - 112 Morie, Renee - 112 Morre, Glen Morris, Jeffrey A. -- 66, 172 Morris, Patrick M. - 66 Morris, Sherry Q- 67 Morris. Theresa Morton, Stephen F. - 112 Morton, Sherrie Moser, Keith - 112, 121 Mucci, Richard V. - 38 Mulkey, Donald - 102 Mullendore, Jennifer L. -- 67 Mumaw, Roy Murphy, Charles M. - 67, 163, 154, 143, 142 Murray, Vievin Murray, Terry A. - 67 Musselwhite, Charles W. - 67 Myers, Angela - 112, 146, 132 Myers, Randy Myers, Terri Nabors, Margaret D. - 67, 150 Nash, Kenneth Northrup, Tina - 68 NORTHWOOD CLEANERS - 194- NORTI-IWOOD DRUG STORE - 199 NOWLIN FLOWER SHOP - 191 Nunn, Bruce A. - 68, 114 Nunn, Jerry - 112, 114 Nunn, Terry - 112 Nunn, Thomas Oates, Carol H. - 68 Obelienis, Mary N. - 68 O'Brien, Mike - 172 O'Connor, Robert O'Connor, Terence - 175. 172 Odum, Debra Catherine Odum, Linda J. - 102 Oetinger, Richard - 112, 121 Oetinger, Robert -- 179 Olivera, Ana Olsen, Victoria - 68 Onsager, Scott -- 112 Oregera,.Barbara M. - 68 Oregero, Debbie Ortiz, Virgilio - 175 Oskowitz, Debbie C. - 68 Otero, Amada - 112 V Outlaw, Napoleon - 112, 157, 165 Owen. Carolyn D. -- 68 Owen, Charlotte M. - 68 Owen, William Packard, Ann - 102 Packard, Philip - 68 Packard, Phillip -- 102 Padgett, George - 157 Padgett. Kathy - 112 Padron. I-Ieriberto J. -- 102 Pait, Michael P. - 69, 120, 125 Palma. Lissy - 185 PALM BEACH AMBULANCE - 194 PALM BEACH POST TIMES - 200 Palmer, David - 112 157 179 Phillips, Louella - 112, 133 Phillips, Peggy L. - 31, 44 Piche, Patricia L. - 26, 118 Pitch, Becky - 102, 132 Pitch, John M. - 69, 124 Pitt, Daniella - 112 Pitt, Diane - 112, 134 Pittman, Carolyn - 69, 128 Pittman, Jerry R. - 69 Pittman, Ruth D. - 69 Pitts, Judith A. - 69, 143, 144 Porter, Moses A. - 69, 124 Postell, Gloria A. - 69 Potter. Jason - 112 Powell, Cynthia - 112, 116 Powell, Glenn - 69 Price, Kathleen - 112 Price, Mathew - 103, 151 Pride, Lynn A. - 69, 163, 151, 120 125 PULLMAN FURNITURE - 198 QUA'I'l'LEBAUM-HOLLERMAN-BURSE FUNE HOME - 200 Quick, Thomas Quigley, Barry A. - 31 Quiroz, Marina - 69, 145, 129, 116 137 151 Rabara, Donnia Ramsey, Dianna L. - 103 Ramsey, John -- 103 Ramus, David S. Randall, .Jim - 103 Ransom, Yvonne M. - 69 Raulerson, Joyce - 103 Redden, Calvin L. - 70 Reed, Charles Reed, Edward R. - 70 -P M '-. 5 t t 1 i J Panikowski, Edward J. - 69, 124, 126, 125 Yhqxi Panikowski, Pamela - 112, 124 Parker, Robert L. 4.32, 107, 147 Parkey, Paige - 102, 145, 14-1 168, 169 Nath, Sandra - 112, 116, 151 Narramore, Cindy NATIONAL FABRICS - 200 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE -- 151 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - 150 NATIONAL QUILL 81 SCROLL - 150 NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY - 151 Neal, Richard E. -- 67, 81, 163. 136. 145. 150, 140, Parks, Bob - 151, 120 Parks, Terry L. - 69, 137 Parlette, Jerry L. - 31 Parnell, David Parnell, Steve Parrish. Bertha L. - 31 Parrish, Kenneth - 102 Parsons, Cheryl - 102 Pascale, Diane C. Nebergall, Carlton - 112 Nesbitt, Clarence - 67 Nesbitt, Felton L. - 112 Newberry. Clarence Newby, Rosetta - 102, 132 NEWMAN AIR CONDITIONING - 198 Newman. Larry - 67 Newman, Lorena A. - 67, 141, 118, 117, 147 Nicauic, Ellen Nichols, Ramona L. -- 68 Nichols, Ronnie Nichols, Walter - 112 Nitcavic, Ellen - 112 Nixon, Debbra - 102 Noegel, Lawrence - 102, 116 Noone, Cynthia - 112 Noone, Thomas NORMANS - 191 Patrick, Debra Patterson, Mike Patterson, Patricia Patterson, Paul Peaden, Joe - 102, 184 Peel, Kathryn G. - 25 Peeples, Starline - 102 Pellicer, Francisco -- 112, 157 PEP CLUB - 133 Perez, Julio C. Perez, Miriam - 102, 118, 182 Perrone, Michael - 112 Perry, Crystal - 112 Perusse, Pauline E. - 32, 116 Peters, Nancy - 69. 150, 141, 14-O, 117, 134 Phillips, Barbara M. - 69, 148 Phillips, Cheryl - 112 Phillips, Frank - 102, 120 3- . 'i i ed, Gloria A. -- 70, 132 ed, Joseph H. - 70, 124, 126 ed, Sherry L. - 103 11, Robert nault, Jennifer F. - 70. 150, 141 -ynolds, Annie L. - 70 ynolds. Audrey T. - 70 ynolds, Debbie A. - 70, 149 ynolds, Michael JSTY RHODES - 196 chardson, Emily A. - 114 chardson, Glen - 156 Ross, James - 156, 172 Ross, Zella M. Rosser, Pamela S. - 70, 150, 124 Rothwell, Brad Rowe, Jeffrey Rowe, Michael - 103, 142, 168 Rowe, Steve Rowell. Cherie - 179 Rulzerg. Valerie .l. - 71 Ruffin, Synita A. - 71 Rukin, Sacha -- 103, 178 Runyon, Thomas J. - 71, 120 i lichardson, Tanya - 103, 116 ickles, Debbie A. - 70, 151, 127 iddle, Patricia - 112 ,iegsecken Anita - 103, 138, 120, 125 iegseclcer, Barbara A. - 70, 150, 137, 120, 125 iglioni, Angela iglioni. Carmen iglioni, Joe iley, Michael - 103, 146, 138, 168 ittenour, Scott oache, Esther D. - 70, 163, 136, 114, 143, 133, 134 sban. Margaret M. '- 70 obbins, Judy K. - 70 berson, 'Donald - 103, 120 berson, Herman berson, Sandra - 103 berts, Karen S. - 70, 128 berts, Chuck - 112 binson, Andrea - 107, 112, 179 binson. .lan - 103 binson, Russell E. - 156 derick. Thomas dewald, Steve driguez, Clark driguez, .lulian - 168. 169 driguez, Lisette - 103 driguez, Lyda - 103 riguez, Maritza - 103 driguez, Rosa - 103 gets, Kay - 120 rs, Laurie '- 103 jas, ,lohn lle, Trinetle - 103. 129 Russ, Mary - 103 Russell, Fred - 113 Safford, Steve H. - 71 Safford, Thomas Sampson, Andrea Samra. Jane M. - 71, 143, 179, 134 Samuelsen, Roger Sanchez, .Iulio - 113 Sanchez, Richard Sanders, Richard - 103 Sandifer, Carl H. - 37 Santi, George Sattely, Barbara Sattely, Diane - 71, 137 Savage, ,lames H. -- 71 Savage, Michael Schaarup. Debra J. - 71, 163, 144 Schales. Anthony Schales, Vicki - 113 Schimpf, Steven -- 113 Schmidt, Gene Schmidt, Steve M. - 71 Schneider. Georgeanna - 113 Schroer, Margaret J. '- 71, 116 Schultz, Denise - 113 Schwier. Mark Scott, Janet A. - 72. 144 Sermon, Deborah - 113 Sessa, Catherine SEWELL HARDWARE - 191 Shaffer, Elaine - 72, 145, 118, 137 Shaffer, Lynn - 113, 120 Shannon, Eddie L. - 72 Sharlcey, Martin - 157 Shedrick, LeRoy - 157 Sheedy Katharine M. - 72, 150, 137 JACK SHEEHANS DRY CLEANING - 196 Sheffield, Helen M. - 31 Sheffield, Linda - 113 Sheffield, Sanra - 97, 103, 150, 141, 185 Sheldon, .lean A. - 72 Shepard, Larry - 168 Sherwood, Donald - 179 Shively. Forest W. - 37, 168 Shuler, Barham Shumate, Pamela - 113, 179 Simmons, Diane L. - 72, 154, 150, 138, 127 Simms, Sheila - 132 Simpson, Mae Lois - 113 Sims, Willie Sine, Cheryl - 103 Singletary, John H. - 26 Sirmans, Rhonda - 103, 148 Small, Simmuel - 157, 165 , Small, Susan -Q.. Smart. Bettye W. - 24 Smart, Wayne O. - 72 Smith, Connie Smith, Charles - 156, 173, 172 Smith, David S. - 72, 163, 120 Smith, Emma R. - 72 Smith, George - 124 Smith, Lawrence C. - 72, 146, 118 Smith, Lovenia S. - 72 Smith, Mack - 103 Smith, Michelle Smith, Nettie B. - 24 Smith, Shawn - 103, 146, 141 Smith, Starr Smith, Theresa - 133 Smith, Sheila G. -- 72, 124 Soles, Philip G. - 72, 184 Soles, Terry - 156, 172 Sorrells, Carol - 113 Sosensky, Renee - 103, 143 Southworth, Irma - 72 SPANISH CLUB - 147 Spann, .lacquelyn Y. - 73 Sparks, Gary .l. - 41, 175 Sparks, Rhonda .l. - 73, 144 Spence, Welcome - 73 Spivey, Lee - 113 Standley, Kathy - 103 Stant, Siam, Sharon M. -- 73, 147 Suzanne - 103, 147 Starcher, Doug Starr, Richard Steelman, Holly - 176 Stephens, Cynthia -- 113 Stever, Teresa - 113, 124 Stewart, Diane -- 113 Stewart, Gladys - 73 Stewart, Sidney - 73 STATEN DRUG, INC. - 191 STEVENS BROS FUNERAL -HOME - 195 STEWART PONTIAC CO. - 198 Stiegman, Kurt Stone, Edward - 73 Stone, Francis Stowell, Vicki - 113 Stratton, Holly J. - 73, 80, 162, 178, 176, 141, 179, 134 Stretcher, Carolyn Stringer, Rosco - Stubbs, Moses B. - 41 C 207 l I , 208 STUDENT COUNCIL - 134. 135 ' Stump. Jim - 113 Sumner, Sandra - 113 Sutton, Hardee - 73, 124, 126, 125 Sweat, Thomas Sweeney, Kathleen SWIMMING - 179, 180. 181 Sye, Susan - 104, 124 Sye, Thomas M. - 73, 124, 126 Tate, Frank E. - 73 Tate, Myrtle - 74, 148 Vanwagner, Evone - 75 Veshosky, Jody - 75 Vickers, James - 75 VanDyne, John - 113 Viclock, Kenny VILLAGE CARPETS - 198 Wade, David - 113, 186, 134 Wagner, Ron Wahlels, Harry H. - 104 Walden, Pamela - 75, 136, 141, 133, 134 Walker, Delbra - 104, 176, 151 Williams. Mildred H. - 28, 144 Williams, Nadine - 113 Williams, Olen - 76 Williams, Sabrina - 127 Williams, Sandy - 76 Williams, Wanda - 127 Wills, Barbara - 113 Wills, Gerald - 77 Wilson. Barton Wilson, Glennie Wilson, Nolan - 113 Tabernilla, Franc - 104. 186 Tatum, John -- 157, 165 Tatum, Mary Lou - 74 Taylor, Carter - 104 Taylor, Debbie -- 104, 141 Taylor, Debra L, - 104, 149 Taylor, Donna - 104 Taylor, Donnell - 74 Taylor, Gaynell - 120 Taylor, Harding Taylor, Margaret A. - 74, 104 Taylor, Rebecca - 104 Taylor, Sandy 4 TENNIS - 182, 183 Terron, Paulino Terry. Diana - 104 Thomas, Casaundra - 113, 127 Thomas, Novik - 74 Walker, Fant - 157 Walker, Jeffrey - 156, 75 Wallace, Frederick Ware. Jerry Warn, Linda J. - 75, 145, 150 Waters. Christine -- 105 Watson, Terris G. - 43, 96 Waugh, Scott - 105, 186, 147 Webb, Mary - 132 Webb, Willie - 75 Weber, Jim - 105 Webster, Shirley A. - 75, 150 Wedel, Rhonda - 105 WEE WASH IT LAUNDRY - 195 Weiner, Susan I. - 75, 145, 150, 137, 125, 120 Weinstock, Charles - 105, 140, 151, 182 Welch. Eddie Weldon, Cary WIRK-AM - 191 Wiseman, Candi - 105, 124 Witt, Kenneth - 35 Withington, Dennis J. - 77, 120 Witzel. Robert - 77 Wixson, Michael - 157 Woeber, James - 184 Wolfe. Jan - 120 Thompson, Ann - 113 Thompson, Harry - 157 Thompson, Mark Thompson, Scott - 74 Thompson, Mike Tinsley, Mary Tippett, Lucky - 133, 179 Tisdol, Joeann - 74-, 133 Tolan, William Tomlin, Larnis - 74, 120 TOOLEY-MYRON - 194 Toombs, Earlene - 104, 132 Toombs, Wayne - 182 TOPI"ER'S PIT BAR-B-Q Toriz, Margaret R. - 34 Wellen, Tina - 113 Wells, Cheryl L. - 76, 151, 125, 127 Wells, Lynda - 113 West, Carol L. - 76 West, Debbie - 113 West, Donald West, Nancy - 76, 128 WEST PALM BEACH FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE -- 199 I Westbrook, James W. - 22 Westbrook, Patti - 106, 113. 134, 127, 185 Westbrook, Vicki A. - 78, 76, 150, 138, 185, 126, 127 Weston, Valeria D. - 76, 136, 138. 134, 151 Whalin, Douglas K. - 76, 141, 168, 150. 169 Tormalla, Robert W. - 25, 114, 151 Towns, Shirley - 4-9, 74, 120, 125 TRACK - 172, 173, 174 Trent, Phillip Tribble. Jacquelyn - 113 Trottie, Arlene Troy, Arthur - 186 Tucker, Renee - 113 Whitaker, Sheryl Whitaker, Tommy Whitaker, Virginia -- 113 White, Debbie White, Debra - 113 White, Linda - 113, 133. 132 White, Whitte James n. Dorothy P. Tuggle, Sandra Turco, Gene - 104 Turk, Roger F. - 154, 74, 138 Turk, Tommy - 113, 121 Turner, Joann - 74, 137 Turner, Mark Turner, Sylvia -- 74 Turrey. Jose Ugalde, Herbert T. - 32, 147 Ulmer, Tracy A. - 141, 124- Ulmer, Nancy C. - 141, 124 Widdows. Joanna - 76, 141, 182 Wiggins, Sandra - 105 Wilder, Keith - 113 Wilder, Sheryl - 105 Wilk, Kathy - 113 Wilkins, Darcelle - 113, 120 Wilkins. Sylvia - 113 Will, Deborah - 76 Williams, Annie L. - 76, 134 Williams, Austin - 184- Williams, Bruce C. - 48, 80, 76, 163, 136, 134, Underwood, Deane O. - 43, 150, 117, 137 Underwood, Marilyn - 74, 136, 133, 134 Ur, Beverly A. - 104, 143, 182 Valdez, Chillita - 74 Valpuesta, Alipio - 156, 113 Valpuesta, Ignacio - 104 Vandall, Jean - 104 Vandewater, Ava - 74 164. 124, 126 Williams, Chester V. - 28 Williams, Chris Williams, Eugene M. - 76, 124, 140 l Williams, Holly - 105 Williams, Jane - 76, 136, 134 Williams, Johnnie - 156, 76, 172 Williams, Melvin - 105, 165 Wolf, Nancy Wolter, Nancy J. - 77 Wood, Robert - 105, 163, 172, Woods, Debra - 77, 128 Woodson, Floyd R. - 77 Wooten, Everette - 113 Wooten, Pamela - 77 Wozniak, Catherine - 105 Wozniak, Mary - 77, 128 WRESTLING - 184, 185 Wright, Ernest - 148 Wright, Gregory Wright, Rufus - 156 Wright, Sam - 105, 176, 143, 1 Wright, Walter Wyman, Debby - 105 Young, Carla - 105, 149 Young, David W. -- 77 Young, Mark Young, Zepherlee - 105 YOUTH FOR CHRIST -- 137 Z CLUB - 143 174 35. 14-7 Zightsey, Darrell Zimmerman, Faye Zubriski, Patrick J. -- 77, 156, 150 Zuk, Pam - 113 Zuk, Terry '17, .,,. aw. x Q" 5, 'V' vw:-.. --An.. ., .. 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