U S Grant High School - General Yearbook (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Class of 1977
Page 1 of 224
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Text from Pages 1 - 224 of the 1977 volume:
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Published by the yearbook staif of U. S. Grant High School
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73119
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18 - People
People, individually and collectively, are what it's all
about. Each person contributes something, good or bad,
to make up the world as it is. Without people there would
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In the foreground, in the background,
and everywhere at one time was Mr. Jake
This year he spent more time working
with teachers regarding individual curric-
The perpetual meetings continued -
with board groups, student groups, and
In addition to the routine reports which
grow year by year, the school was evalu-
ated by North Central, so that meant
additional meetings and responsibilities
for Mr. Diggs.
With briefcase in hand and a smile on his tace, Mr.
Jake Diggs enters each morning. Hall duty is
among one ol his many tasks. Mr. Diggs also mans
the switchboard when there is a shortage ot help.
Accepting a citizenship award for the school is one
ol the more pleasant duties involved in being prin-
cipal. Mr. Diggs and Mrs. Rubye Lee discuss their
aoenda tor the day.
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Trying to keep track of all
the schedule changes kept the
counselors hopping, as usual.
Although they tried to keep the
changes to a minimum, the
work at times seemed to never
end. The counselors also
found time to remind students
about getting all their credits
Board members are not
often seen at school, but their
presence is made known by
the committee work and
reports they do.
Day-dreaming about her students'
future is Mrs. Thelma Parks. Mrs. Har-
riet Pulley takes time out to talk to her
tavorite plant. Finding the counselors'
hallway empty is an unusual sight.
School Board representative Dean
Brown makes a visit to the school.
Mrs. Mary Cooper searches efficiently
through her files. Working at her desk
is nothing new to Mrs. Janet Jones.
Mr. John Moham discusses the day's
events with Charlene Jacobs. Counse-
lors: Mary Cooper, Janet Jones,
Thelma Parks, Harriet Pulley, John
Moham. Oklahoma City School Board
Members: Floyd Donwerth, Paul Eng-
lish, Betty Hill, Pat Potts, Armond
Start, Freddi Williams. Superintend-
ent: Dr. Thomas J. Smith.
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Ashley, Robert, BA, Oklahoma His-
tory, US History, Baker, Jim,
Marching Band, Stage Band, Study
Hall, Baugh, Christine, BA, MA,
Bible Lit, English Lit.
Blackmon, Fred, BS, MS, Algebra I,
II, Bowers, James, BA, MA, Learn-
ing Lab, Brown, Evelyn, US History,
Oklahoma History, Economics,
Current Events, Ancient Medieval
and Modern History.
Brown, Julluette, BS, Office
Machines, Foods l, General Busi-
ness, Junior Class Sponsor, FBLA,
Byerly, Bonnie, BA, Special Ed,
Cable, Ronald, BA, MS, Biology,
Science Survey, Honor Society,
Sophomore Class Sponsor.
Castle, Glen, BS, Physical Ed,
Health, Football, FCA, Choate,
Dean, BA, MA, Physical Ed, Gen-
eral Math, Football, Collins, Ross,
Crosley, Harold, BA, MA, Psychol-
ogy, Golf, Cross Country, Daniel,
Ernie, MA, Drivers' Ed, Safety
Council, Dean, Dorothy, BS, Short-
hand, Transcription, Clerical Prac-
Douglas, Ann, BA, English ll, Eng-
Iish Lil, Honor Society Sponsor,
Dressler, Dee, BS, Geometry, Alge-
bra I, General Math, Elliot, Victoria,
MA, Special Ed.
Ellis, Connie, BS, Science Survey,
Biology, Girls Sports, 0 Club Spon-
sor, Emanuel, Greta, BS, Cosmetol-
ogy, VICA, Faurot, Jim, ME, US His-
tory, Oklahoma History, Football,
Felder, Yvonne, BS, Shorthand,
Typing, Clerical Practice, Fuller, Al,
BS, Typing, COE, FBLA, Fuller,
Sarah, BA, MA, EdD, English Lit,
American Lit, Vocabulary, Spelling,
Human Relations Committee.
Gandy, Debbie, BS, MA, Learning
Disabilities, Coop Work Program,
Human Relations Committee, Ham-
mond, Cynthia, BS, Oklahoma His-
tory, US History, Junior Class
Sponsor, Harris, Luke, BS, Drivers'
Hanuood, Bill, Electricity, Refriger-
ation, VICA, Hayes, Loneta, BS,
Typing, Hendrix, Frances, BA, MS,
Distributive Ed, DECA.
Working to keep things running
smoothly in the halls, cafeteria and
classroom, the rest of the faculty adds
still another dimension to school life.
Whether it's sweeping the halls, serving
food or teaching boggled brains, the peo-
ple at Grant work hard to make things go
Their tasks are varied and many, and
all are necessary. But the person behind
the job is equally as important as the job
itself. Each member of the faculty adds a
little bit to the scheme of things.
Shelving books is one of the many duties per-
formed by Mrs. Dolla Hadley, Librarian. Men faculty
gather and talk before school. Mrs. Nancy Phelps
prepares a tape for her French class. Security
Guard Mr. Robert Losch reads over car registra-
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Holtman, Arbeecher, BA, Human
Relations, US History, Senior Class
Sponsor, Hostetter, L. D., BA, MA,
US History, Sociology, Hutlman,
Joann, BS, MS, General Math.
Hume, Wanda, Human Relations
Counselor, Humphrey, Marge, BA,
Jewelry, Ceramics, Senior Class
Sponsor, Johnson, Lathon, BS, MS,
Jones, Sarah, Arts and Cratts,
King, Ralph, BA, English Lit, Ameri-
can Lit, English ll, Grammar,
Kraemer, Ruth, BA, MA, EdD, Jour-
nalism, Newspaper, Yearbook.
Lincoln, Linda, BA, Social Studies,
Vocational Ed, Long, Morene, Arts
and Cralts I, II, III, Commercial Arts
I, II, Lowe, Becky, BA, General
Lyday, Marcus, BS, Upholstery,
Lyons, Mark, BA, US History, Black
History, Atrican Culture, Oklahoma
History, Football, Track, McLeod,
Darlene, BA, MA, English.
Metheny, Don, BA, MA, US History,
Metheny, Skip, BS, Woodwork,
Morava, David, BS, Vocational Ed.
Morse, Otto, BS, Sheet Metal,
VICA, Nero, Mike, BS, Physical Ed,
Basketball, Overstreet, Connie, BS,
General Math ll, Algebra I, Senior
Parker, Vicky, BS, Family Rela-
tions, Child Development, Home
Planning, Pendley, Ronald, MA,
Leathercraft, Painting, Phelps,
Nancy, BA, English I, French I, II.
Pitt, Peggy, BA, English I, II, Quin-
tane, Lewis, BA, US History, Foot-
ball, Roberson, Brenda, BA, Eng-
lish I, Spanish.
, Roland, BS, Dratting, Wood-
, Basketball, Track, Savage,
BS, Drivers' Ed, Red Cross
Sponsor, FCA, Football,
ming, Baseball, Scholield,
Eileen, BS, MT, EMH.
Faculty - 27
Shanbour, Kamal, BS, Chemistry,
Biology, Shelley, Evelyn, BS, Gym-
nastics, Modern Dance, Drill Team,
Pep Club Sponsor, Snyder, Lester,
BA, American Lit, Great Books,
Starke, Robert, BS, Health, Sci-
ence, Basketball, Baseball, Stew-
art, Vickie, BS, Foods I, II, General
Home Economics, Pep Club Spon-
sor, Junior Class Sponsor, Strong,
Steve, BS, ME, Vocational Drafting.
Sughru, Lois, BS, Physical Ed, Pep
Club Sponsor, Thomas, Doris, BS,
Clothing l, II, Home Economics,
Thomas, O. J., BA, MED, Vocal
Music, Chorus, Glee Club.
Thompson, Jayne, BA, Drama,
Stagecratt, Oral Discussion, Thes-
pians, Senior Class Sponsor, Jun-
ior Class Sponsor, Tilsner, Sibyl,
BA, MA, Basic Reading, English II,
Vaughn, Severlan, BA, MA, Algebra
II, Trigonometry, Calculus, Algebra
Ill, Mu Alpha Theta.
Watson, Gary, BA, American Lit,
English Lit, Basic Composition,
Wear, Patricia, BA, General Math II,
Algebra I, Senior Class Sponsor,
Williams, Norris, BS, US History,
Wilson, Beverly, BS, ME, Data
Processing, General Business,
Bookkeeping, Typing, FBLA, Sen-
ior Class Sponsor, Griggs, Patsy,
Nurse, Hadley, Dolla, BS, BA,
Turner, Ann, BSE, MLS, Librarian,
Campbell, Peggy, Registrar, Car-
penter, Pat, Library Secretary.
Clapp, Joann, Financial Secretary,
Cook, Betty Jo, Attendance Secre-
tary, Dies, Mary, Attendance Secre-
Lee, Rubye, PrincipaI's Secretary,
Losch, Robert, Security Guard,
McCalister, Gloria, Library Secre-
Nelson, Ned, Security Guard,
Tomes, Elnora, Secretary.
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Teaching isn't all paperwork and
report cards, and teachers are, after all,
only human. When the final bell rings
they too leave to pursue various hobbies
and interests. And on occasion, when the
temptation is heavy, teachers can't resist
a chance to cut up in class.
It's the lighter side of teaching that
helps teachers and students alike bear
up under the labors of school life.
Preparing an experiment lor his class is student
teacher Charles Willey. Mrs. Vicky Parker has the
Custodial Staff: Billy McMilIian, Aloz Mack, Charley Musgrave, Jack Baker, Cecil
Pemeo, Buddy Young.
formidable task ol getting organized at the begin-
ning of school. Writing on the overhead is Mrs.
Linda Lincoln. Mr. Fred Blackmon gives instruc-
tions during homeroom period. Smiling sweetly for
the class is Mrs. Frances Hendrix.
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Cafeteria Stafl. Flow 1: Lilla Jackson, Mavel Wright, Rose Ford, Beuloh Justus. Ruth
Weed, Georgia Nolen, Eve Edwards. Row 2: Ivis Mooney, Rolaula, Cagigal, Faye Helm,
Gearldine Monse, Marilyn Hardin, Sula Blankenship. Helen Chandella, Juanita James.
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Senior Class Planning Committee. Work-
ing hard on Senior Commencement are
Beverly Higgins, Gary Cartwright, Mona
Bridges, and Buddy Crain. Senior Class
Officers: Mary Walker, Susan Reed,
Becky Baker, Jenniler Smith, Vice-Pres.,
Kari Rea, Pres. - Mark Wilson, Robin
Lindult, Sheryl Lewis, and Julie Taylor.
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Booty" cheerleaders Janet York Pam Everett Cind Gra
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Curtis, Mr. Diggs, and Ann Miller.
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Starling out our Freshman
year are Tim Taber, Mark
Mollman, Paul Pool, Andy
Taylor, and Rusty Cooper.
Continuing on as Seniors
are Lori Lookabaugh, David
Halasek, and Jerri Gamble.
Looking into the world ol
college are Pam Davis and
Mary Walker. Debbie Wind-
sor experiences Iile on the
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Goodwin seeks Prom night memories. I finally
made it explains Anne Dade. One last coat ot
paint before we graduate. Jimmy King, Lori
Espolt, Karen Frizzell, and Pam Everett.
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"Touchdown!" Janice Curtis exclaims. And after the
game "Pizza" is the subject. Stan Wasser and Stormy
Estell. Then the next day at school the VICTORY FLAG
was tlown. Mark Wilson.
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"I can be very lriendIy" Gene Reed tries to convince
Betty Cassity. "Don't blame Desenex' Tulio Ramirez.
"Gee, your hair smells terrific." Robert Cartwright and
Vanessa Groves. "Gotcha" Ronnie St. Cyr. "He does it
all tor me," Denise Russell.
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and David Knighl. "I'm moving on."
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Vicky Milan. "l'm the happiest girl, in
the whole USA." Roger Hanley, Randy
Coker, Lee Ann Hamm, Jay Bray,
Rusty Cooper, and Jerry Morphis.
"And it's up against the wall you Red
neck moma." Roger Hanley, Scott
Thomas, Steve Mayo, Brett Grubb and
Joe Darrow. "Hey, let me see you stult
your mouth," Tim Snider.
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Senior lloat for Foot-
Kari Rea, Susan Reed,
Julie Taylor, and Mary
Walker. Planning her
luture is Mary Perakis.
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Junior Class Planning Committee. Front Row: Tina
Rust, Janice Morrison, Rhonda Dugger, Leigh Pat-
ton, Dana Linn, Stacy Brown, Betty Stanlord. Row 2:
Monica Anderson, Cathy Russell, Renee Sharpe,
Rhonda Orr, Karla Forrest, Tobi Hanlin, Laura Burk-
hart. Row 3: Becky Irick, Allana Batson, Jan Grove,
Rhadonna Curtis, Carla Sherrill, Cindy Rowland,
Tony Francisco, Risa Furr. "He's not too bad,"
thinks Pamela Cole as she pretends to look at
books. Cindy Duncan, Richard Scott and Leslie
Roberson find out that decorating Junior hall isn't
as easy as it looks.
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susan Henderson. As graduating Juniors, Brenda
Willis and Nina Trot talk about lulure plans. Once
you get out ol the school parking lot it's almost time
to head back as Bill Sandiler, Sue McKee, Dennis
Keener and Sandy Oberg go to lunch.
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shows hers olt to Tammie Roberts and Randy Pow-
ell. Linda McMurtry and Tyrone Galbreath get to
school early so they can be the tirst in line tor their
class rings. "You can keep on teaching, I'm just
cooling oft." - Roger Mathis.
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Character, Service, Leadership and Scholarship
are Nancy Brian's goals as she begins her tirst year
in the Honor Society. "Juniors, V-I-C-T-0-R-Y."
Junior Cheerleader Cynthia Jacobs knows that
Juniors are the best. "lt this typewriter messes up
again, l'Il . . ." - Monica Anderson.
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the nail polish during the two
days ot Club-o-rama. By the
time you get to be a Junior, you
know just about every trick in
the book, but that doesn't mean
they'II always work. Ray Pool
tlnds this out in a hurry. "I don't
think anybody's listening to
me." Selling things to home-
rooms isn't so easy, so Tim Farr
stands on a table so he can get
everybody's attention. Ronnie
Savage and Quintin Maxwell
think they can sneak a peak at
the 1976-77 General. "We lost
the projector back there some-
where. Oh well we'lI get it next
time around." Jill Tucker and
Pete Heirston go lor a ride.
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Grant. Charles Neugebauer, Annette Wood, Brian
Gray, Ricki Nichols, Bobby Wooten, Jerry
Hale, Nancy Nunley, Ladonna Vancey, Len
Hall, Kay Ooten, Judy Young, Reginald
Hall, Lawrence Otley, Mitchell
Juniors ' 55
Faster than a speeding bullet . . . Mel-
vin Roberson. Joyce Vu tinds Ian-
guage is no problem when it comes to
making lriends with Valerie Walker,
Lisa Straka and Diane Connell. Dee-
Dee Hutton has visions ol '79.
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Brent Hazelrigg drives f?J to Sonic and orders
his lunch. Latunia Robinson votes tor the candi-
date ot her choice at the Sophomore CIub-A-
Rama booth, run by Jackie Huttman and Teresa
Napier. "Look mom, no cavities." Kelly Vandi-
CM, ha! ffff
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Once more Lynn Walker and Gay Morphis
"chalk one up" against their unbelieving oppo-
nents Tommy Turner and Matt Standard. Sopho-
more Spirit. Brookwood Village proves to be a
romantic setting tor Judy Phillips and Monty
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Ronny Lambeth and Cindy Reed greet
some lriends with a big "HOWDY," on
Howdy Day. Feeling and looking like
an Oreo Cookie are Ray Johnson,
David Baker and Charles Rowland.
"Hang in there." Robin Ruyle.
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for meeting new lriends as Richard Dur-
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tind out. Freshman Planning Committee:
Marci Whittington, Stacy Gowens, Tom
Edwards, Mary Diaz, Linda Black, Tina
Groves, Cheryl Smith, LaDonna Parish,
Gayla Beeson, Greg Davis, and Robbie
Gray, Joe C.
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Richard Jenkins asks Jay Brashears. "Doesn't beat
Mom's home cooking, but it beats starving . . ."
thinks Bill Pickle. Taco Bell is a popular place
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San Antonio, Rebecca
Kelly Young and Rebecca
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around, getting a bang out ol
lite! Don Staggs and Jason
Hensley enjoy a quick game
ot Frisbee during lunch.
"What I am to be, I am now
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76 ' Curriculum
Curriculum is what school is all about. The classe
one takes determine a great deal of what one gets out +
school. There is a great variety of classes offered, son
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Aimed directly at a career, vocational classes train students to
go to work after high school. A variety of vocational subjects was
offered at the school - one of the widest in the system. They
ranged from greasy engine work to fancy hair dressing.
Beverly Orr knows that part of learning to cut and fix hair is practice. Woodwork can be really lun
especially it you get lost in a stack of wood. Anna Blake enjoys upholstery because she knows
you're allowed to do a lot of cutting up. "Dishwashing liquid?" "You're soaking in it," Brenda Dennis
says to Ora Durham. "Sure I know what l'm doing," says Leigh Patton. Arthur Jones, Hurlan Demp-
sey and William Kralik think surely they'II have their rocking chair finished by the time they get to be
grandparents. Doug Mears waits patiently for a turn to run his piece of wood through the saw.
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Vo-tech students are given simulated job
conditions to help acquaint them with future
careers. Teachers in the vocational classes
all had on the job training experience, as well
as the prerequisite college training. All
classes were held to a small number.
It you're thinking ot making welding a tuture career, taking it at
school takes you one step higher. "My Dad says l'm just a chip ott
the old block." Rusty Cooper and Kenneth Trail. Gary Perry works
on a stage cratt scene. It's me again, always doing something tor
stage craft. Beverly Bazemore wonders what Steve Booth and Fos-
ter Kramer think is so funny about the back ot her head.
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opportunity to develop talents for jobs after
school. Many students spent a part of their day at
the Foster Estes Vocational Center on S. Bryant
where they could study subjects which required
Radio and television takes deep concentration tor Randy Hix. Sherry Web-
ster is giving Janet York a tree check up. Tommy Manuel lurthers his edu-
cation at a vocational school. Jerry Wall gives a visual aide to part ol the
Business programs Iike COE and DECA,
and classes like shorthand and typing prepare
students for a career in that area. They also
provide skills that help make budgets and tax
Tammie West, Lisa Harris and Brenda Allen work together in their cleri-
cal practice class. Tammy Feland, Pam Julian, and Janice Caroll get
together where it's breezy to do shorthand. Deloris Barnett decides to
just write out her typing assignment. Sitting up straight and teet tlat on
the lloor are just two ol the basic requirements in Typing l. Lisa Bert
and Belinda Harvey stop to let their lingers rest.
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Art classes offer a wide variety of mediums
to work in, from leather to oil paint. Although
not everyone is a Picasso, most people enjoy
creating their own special masterpiece.
Vickie Harding has to work with tiny pieces ol jewelry in her class.
Debbie Bryant and Lisa Williams get their tingers gooey but what
comes out ot it is worth it. Jimmy Leonard and Jerry Moland make a
lot ot things they need in Leathercraft. Todd Malone, atter this prac-
tice, will become very good in pottery. Tommy St.Cyr welds a piece
ot iewelry that Bobbi Stout doesn't particularly want to mess with.
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lite prepare students for lite on their own. For those interested in
tamily lite, a class in child guidance or family relations is the thing.
Knowing how to sew sure helps out when Patricia Haskins needs new clothes. Mrs. Parker shows
Dori Taylor how to dress her teddy bear. "Ouch! These irons do get hot." Making and designing a
bedroom is one ot the tirst things you do in home planning and decorating. Mrs. Stewart checks out
a tunny smell in her Home Economics class. Always get ott in a corner so no one can see you licking
the pan. Malcolm Battle knows that a pattern is something he couldn't live without in clothing.
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mad scientists there are also advanced courses
like Chemistry ll or physics. There are many
aspects of science besides dissecting frogs, but
the main idea in science is finding out the why's
and how's of things.
"Did you see that fish jump right out of the aquarium? Mrs. Ellis doesn't
believe her kids really saw that." Charles Rowlan and Tony Manek trying
to figure out the earth's diameter. Chip Hill, Debbie Cooper and Captoria
Bailey know that science is a lot of fun. Terry Spalding works on a scien-
tific experiment. Randy Ramsey shows Sherri Rains how to use a micro-
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get. While the problems for
classes like analytics or
matrix seem like a foreign
language to many, others
find them an exciting chal-
lenge and possibly the
beginnings of a career.
Shebon Bert and Stacey Brown help each
other with their math. Gary Cartwright tig-
ures out a problem on the black board.
Bill Lacy does his math work on a busi-
ness machine. Taking his turn at the over-
head projector is Leslie Echols. Mrs.
Overstreet shows how to work a General
Math problem on the overhead.
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There are a variety of Language Arts classes offered, many of
which are designed toward special interests. Putting out a news-
paper or doing a commercial offers a change from the ever popular
nouns and verbs.
Students may not mind taking a test but they'II sure get rid of them fast. Cindy Austin looks some-
thing up in her English book. Mrs. Fuller works hard grading English papers. Susan Henderson stud-
ies her drama script. Mark Boyd wishes someday to become President ol the United States.
Language Arts ' 101
102 ' Organizations
I join clubs to tind people
with similar interests
The things we can accomplish together
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Members ol Student Council attended the Annual
Summer Workshop at OCU and the State Convention in
Moore. Student Council sold T-shirts with "Go Generals
Beat Spartans" written on them. They also sponsored
the Ugliest Teacher contest again this year. Sponsors
were Jerry Rickerts and Dee Dressler. All students at
Grant were eligible to join Student Council.
When James Roberson, Dale Marshall and John Gillespie have the job
ot putting the victory tlag up, they know to "handle with care." Finding
a cool place, Susan Henderson does some assigned work. "Are you
trying to tell me you've never seen a mail girl?" says Linda Haynes.
Brenda Brown gets all ready lor Christmas by pulling out ell gear.
Marty Barris settles down to do some Santa Claus work. Chery Dixon
and Shawn Washington buy their brick covers to help their class win a
Student Council. Front Row: Marc Cole, parliamentariang Robin Lin-
dutt, secretary, Brenda Brown, treasurerg Janet York, chaplain, Dale
Marshall, president: Linda Haynes, vice president: Ronni Sellers, ser-
geant at arms: Pam Davis, corresponding secretary. Row 2: Susan
Fielder, Becky Baker, Glenda Green, Tina Rust, Laura Wood, Pam
Ginn, Pam Julian, Chris Ball, Francine Cravet, Walley Willis, Marchitta
Penn, Leon Thompson, Denise Foot, Janice Ewald, Cindy Willis,
Annette Smith. Row 3: Karen Sarmer, Shirley Wiley, Melita Robinson,
Tammy Julian, Deanne Davis, Laura Farris, Nancy Brown, Jay Rickerts,
Lesly Roberson, Tyrone Galbreath, Chester Webb, Rhonda Orr, Pam
Everett, Betty Cassity, Jeanne Leonard, Carrie Chody, Rhonda Emmer-
son, Tracy Horton. Row 4: Mrs. Dressler, sponsor: Sharon Washington,
Cheryl Dixon, Lisa Lunstord, Donna Lunstord, Darrell Ferguson, Tulio
Ramirez, Connie Conrad, Jenniter Smith, Kenny Welch, James Rober-
son, Bryan Hall, Daniel Sheperd, Charles Rainbow, Scott Tyree,
Tommy Edwards, Don Retter. Back Row: Vicki Harding, Deloris Cavers,
Beverly Thomas, Denise Russell, Darrell Ames, Tony Moye, Ted Nor-
man, Ann Dade, Billy Cloyde, Tony Francisco, Tony Gracey, Bill Lacy,
Buddy Crain. John Gillespie, Gayle Beeson, Christy Harper.
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106 ' National Honor Society
National Honor Society, composed ot juniors and seniors
with an overall average ol 3.4 or better, made and sold ID
cards to students. Members also collected canned goods
lor Thanksgiving baskets to give to the needy, and sold TB
seals at the fairgrounds. Sponsors were Christine Baugh,
Ron Cable, Ralph King, Ann Douglas, Harriet Pulley and
Thelma Parks. In addition to the required grade average,
members were rated by a laculty council on points of serv-
ice, leadership and character.
Denise Clampett and Terry Clark type I.D.'s. Rick Winlord addresses the
Honor Society at the initiation ceremony. Mrs. Baugh, David Wood and
James Roberson discuss plans lor the ceremony. Mr. Cable wonders
where all the money is coming lrom.
Honor Society. Front Row: Denise Clampett, Gary Allen, Curtis Staggs,
Rick Wintord, Connie Conrad. Row 2: Mrs. Pulley, sponsor, Lisa Lunslord,
Brenda Stallord, James McCall, Neil Hollingshead, Sheila Parish, Sherri
Webster, Vanessa Groves, Denice Robison, Karen Etris, Betty Stanlord,
Tobi Hanlan, Susie Brewster, Linda McMurtry, Leslie Winkler, Susan
Felder, Becky Baker, Mrs. Parks, sponsor. Row 3: Mrs. Douglas, sponsor:
Kenny Welch, Greg Brewer, Steve Walker, Opal Vaughn, Cindy Graham,
Mona Briges, Susan Henderson, Nancy Brian, Kim Johnson, Jerry Gam-
ble, Nikki McLennon, GG Baker, Cindy Duncan, David Knight, Mr. Cable,
sponsor. Row 4: Debby Free, Tim Tabor, James Roberson, David Langley,
Gerald Elrod, Darryl Ames, Teri Clarke, Mary Barber, Robin Lindutl, Lori
Lookabaugh, Kay Chipman, Donna McDaniel, Linda Harris, Pam Davis,
Susan Blethrow, Leslie Roberson. Back Row: Mr. King, John Schoelen,
Johnny Bailey, Steve Speegle, Chuck Raprich, David Lambeth, Wendall
Fitchner, Tony Francisco, Ricky Moore, Gary Cartwright, Mark Boyd, Mary
Walker, Brenda Brown, Michelle Rowlan, Janice Goodmiller, Janis Antri-
National Honor Society 107
New to Grant this year was the Foreign Language
Club, sponsored by Nancy Phelps and Brenda Roberson.
Members were required to have had one year ot Foreign
Language or be currently enrolled in a Foreign Language
course. Merits were given during the year and awards
presented at an end ot the year banquet.
Mu Alpha Theta, under the sponsorship of Severlan
Vaughn and Dee Dressler, held the Annual Mathematics
Contest and sponsored the Math awards section ol the
Awards Assembly. To raise funds they sold suckers in
math class. To join, a student must have an overall B
average and nothing below a B in any math class.
Mr. Vaughn gives instructions in math to his bewildered students.
"Where would I be without my lingers?" Lisa Lunslord asks, while try-
ing to tigure out a math problem. One of Grant's many clubs, Mu Alpha
Theta is one ol the most respected. Charles Raprich and Gary Cart-
wright wonder where they could have put that homework assignment.
Maria Randolt is writing French on the board. Don't ask what it says.
Nancy Brian raises the French tlag in class. Where are the stars?
Susan Henderson points out something ol interest to Dale Betterton in
Mu Alpha Theta. Front Row: Lisa Lunstord, Denise Clampit, Robin Lin-
dutt, Mark Boyd, Kenny Welch, Tommy Manuel, Leslie Echols, Terri
Clarke, Mrs. Dressler, sponsor. Back Row: Gary Allen, John Scoelan,
Charles Raprich, Gary Cartwright, Rick Winlord, Bill Lacy, Brian Reiss,
Mr. Vaughn, sponsor.
Foreign Language. Front Flow: Lesa Splawn, reporter, Joe Spicer, pres-
identg fnot shownj Susan Henderson, secretary, Dale Betterton, trea-
surer, Maria Randolph, vice president. Row 2: Gene Mundt, Arlise
Farmer, Lynn Casey, Leigh Winlrey, Vikki James, Lynn Miller, Cindy
Willis, Mrs. Phelps, sponsor: fnot shownj Mrs. Roberson, sponsor.
Row 3: Kristi Utlen, Pam Webster, Janice Ewald, Linda Jones, Deana
Walton, Renee Sharpe, Karen Etris, Debbie Tepsic, Steve Maloney.
Back Row: Danny Kicklighter, Bryan Story, Robin Barthell, Glenda Bel-
lah, Cathy Curry, DeAnne Davis, Eddie Ewald, Darrell Ferguson, Darrell
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110 ' Thespians
Thespians presented two plays this year, beginning
with "Tom Jones" in November. They also sponsored an
egg sale. To join, a student must have 10 points earned
by contribution to dramatic arts. Each point represents
10 hours' work. Jayne Thompson sponsored the club.
The doctor, Terry Wilson, attends Squire Allworthy, Walter Oaks, while
Tom Jones, Gary Perry, watches on. Mr. Flickerts donates his loving
lace to help involve more students in activities. The clown troupe.
Cathy Pannell as Miss Western humors the audience with her smiles,
oggles, and tlirtations with the tan. We all know who had the best lloatl
Thespians. Front Flow: Mark Hawkins, Susan Henderson, chaplain:
Gary Perry, vice-president, Randy Lusk, historiang Waller Oaks, presi-
dent, Nancy Brian, secretary, Jayne Thompson, sponsor. Row 2: Laura
Baker, Tammy Whitlock, Thomas Kelley, Mark Boyd, Gene Street, Kay
Hall, Denise Foote. Row 3: Cindy Austin, Diane Smith, Jett Nokes, Billy
Cloyde, Terry Wilson, Mike Terry, Ellen Stewart.
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Upward Bound, sponsored by John Moham and Janet
Jones, went on summer trips to Six Flags, Roman Nose
State Park, NE college and various other colleges in the
program. Members must be juniors who need financial
aid in attending post secondary school. Awards were
given in both academic and athletic areas. Human Rela-
tions Club was again open to anyone interested in join-
ing. Members welcomed a new sponsor, Mr. Pendley.
Human Relation students relax as they watch films. Vickie Barnett, a
member of Upward Bound, does some paper work. Mr. Moham, a spon-
sor for Upward Bound, is a real help to the kids. Mrs. Hoffman tells
Allen Switzer why he should take Human Relations.
Upward Bound. First Row: Patsie Dennis, Francine Cravatt, Vickie Bar-
nett, Brenda Dennis, Kim Parker, Ora Durham, Lydia Washington. Sec-
ond Row: John Mohan, sponsor, Donna Anderson, Tyrone Galbreath,
Dary Carter, Cecille Haynes, Elizabeth Sewell, Clarice Johnson, Janet
Human Relations. Front Row: Pam Roberts, Leon Thompson, Jackie
Huffman, Sharon Morgan, Ginger Foley, Sandra Cogburn, Jana Jac-
quenet, Gloria Baker, Mr. Pendley. Row 2: Melita Robinson, Vickie
Gowens, Phyllis Morgan, Porter McGee, Andy Hubbard, Anna Hubbard,
Connie Stone, Terri Bell. Row 3: Bobbie King, Darrel Ferguson, Scott
Davis, Anthony Moye, Greg Jeffers, Talmadge Lawrence, Gerald Smith.
Row 4: Terri Wilmouth, Janis Ular, Melinda Ward, David Ellis, Chester
Webb, Rick Washington, Diane Knowles.
The Grant Dispatch featured more six page editions
this year. In an effort to poll students, the Dispatch,
along with Student Council, co-sponsored a mock presi-
dential election. There was a general trend toward cen-
tering the paper around school events rather than out-
side occurrences. Co-editors were Monita Denson and
Rick Winford. Dr. Ruth Kraemer was the sponsor.
Anita McCullough writes her story for the Grant Dispatch. Johnny Bai-
ley and Jackie Huffman help on advertising yearbook sales. James
Roberson and Billy Bateman decide where to put the pictures for the
next issue. Togetherness is what gets the job done. Monita Denson
informs the staff on newspaper deadlines. "But I didn't do it," says
Mark Buchanan. A little friendly advice on typewriters is given by Gary
White to Kelly Smith.
Grant Dispatch. Front Row: Risa Byers, staff assistant: Kelly Smith,
news writer: Nikki McLennan, feature editor: Anita McCullough, busi-
ness manager: Teresa Napier, staff reporter: Karla Forrest, staff
reporter: Tobi Hanlan, staff reporter. Row 2: Kellye Shipman, staff
reporter: Jackie Huffman, staff reporter: Debbie Cowden, staff reporter:
Johnny Bailey, sports writer: James Roberson, co-sports editor: Clar-
ice Johnson, staff reporter: Lesly Roberson, staff reporter: Lesa John-
ston, staff reporter. Back Row: Billy Bateman, co-sports editor: Mark
Buchanan, editorial editor: Rick Winford, co-editor: Mike Cantwell,
staff artist: David Lambeth, staff reporter: Jennice Caldwell, news edi-
tor: Dr. Ruth Kraemer, advisor.
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Spectrum was the theme chosen tor this year's yearbook,
after long deliberation. "The theme concerns the many
images a person projects," explained Rhonda Wright, editor
in chief. Dr. Ruth Kraemer sponsored the yearbook staff. In an
effort to promote sales a coupon for a free sundae was given
to all who bought yearbooks.
Rhonda Wright knows that being editor of a yearbook is a full time job. Jerry
Morphis, Beverly Higgins, Rick Washington and Rhonda Wright, take a peak
at the new yearbooks. Section editors Johnny Bailey, Cindy Lookabaugh,
Tammy Julian and Brenda Langston, are instructed about deadline dates.
Walter Oaks, Debbie Cowden, and Denice Robison, work to finish their sec-
tion in the 1977 yearbook. Randy Lusk has an important job of photographing
Generals. Dennis Mooney gives a boost to yearbook sales by putting up pos-
Yearbook Staff. Front Row: Debbie Cowden, Brenda Langston, James McCall,
Rhonda Wright, Carla Wood, Tammy Julian, Brigett Schilling, Kim Loveless.
Row Two: Betty Cassity, Denice Robison, Tulio Rameriz, Johnny Bailey,
James Roberson, Dale Marshall, Ronni Sellers. Row Three: Dr. Ruth Kraemer,
sponsor, Jerry Morphis, Randy Lusk, Jay Bray, Walter Oaks, Dennis Mooney,
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1 1 8 ' Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes was headed by
sponsors Bob Starke and Glen Castle. This year's huddle
leader was Russ Demeter. American Heritage was added to
the list ot clubs at Grant.
Members ol American Heritage have a meeting. Dale Rains and Darryl Fer-
guson put up a poster lor FCA. Coach Castle, Rick Winlord and Coach
Starkey plan what they are going to read out ot the Bible tor the next meet-
ing. American Herigage gets together to talk things over.
FCA. Front Row: Darryl Ferguson, Dale Rains, David Wood, Russ Demeter,
Greg Morgan, Glen Castle, sponsor. Back Row: Bob Starke, sponsor: Mike
Anglin, Todd Demeter, Rick Winlord, Buster Keasler, Randy Willhite.
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The Rodeo Club staged a hayride and a car wash to
raise money. They went to the Calgary Stampede held in
Canada. Several members were active on weekends rid-
ing bulls. There was also a very active group ol girls who
barrel raced. Sponsors were Lewis Quintane, Luke Har-
ris, and Skip Metheny. The Salety Club was sponsored
this year by John Savage.
Mr. Quintane kicks up his boot while watching the powder putt game.
Pam 0'Daniels and Pam Houston work on making Christmas cards tor
children. Bill Mullinax, Jerry Davis, Sherry Higgins, and Danny Myer
discuss rodeo plans. Larry Manuel tries to stay on top ol the bull.
Rodeo. Front Row: Larry Manuel, president: Sherri Higgins, secretary-
treasurer: James Nation, vice president. Row 2: Neal Hollingshead,
Becky Scott, Dana Campbell, Kym Foster, Kim Cox, Debbie Cooper,
Kari Riley, Michele Mullinax, Steve Marx, Tim McCatherine, Coach
Quintain, sponsor. Row 3: Coach Harris - sponsor, Katie Hubbard,
Sherry Fredrick, Cindy Staley, Stacy Gowens, Brett Grubb, Brian Harri-
son, Tommy St. Cyr, Tony Hewitt, Kim Borum, Craig Riley, Jerry Davis,
Charlie Maynard. Row 4: Greg Grusendorl, Mike Sampson, Ronny Pow-
ell, Karla Overstreet, Shauna Bell, Kevin Belew, Bill Frazier, Doug
Myers, Bill Mullinax, Andy Patterson, Donny Bridges. Row 5: Wayne
Glidden, Dennis Haskins, Curtis Speegle, Mike Clark, Larry Suchy,
Rusty Cooper, Andy Wheeler, Brian Suchy, Ricky Wilson, John Hetner,
Danny Meyer, Scott Hann.
Salety Club. Front Row: Eamest Nunley, Richard McReynoIds, Pam
Houston, Kim Parker, Kelly E. Smith, Robin Thomas, Kim Taylor, Pam
0'DanieI, Junie Barrett, Mr. Savage, sponsor. Row 2: Randy Smith, Dee
Divon, John Reynolds, Kenneth Janway, Mike Ingram, Teddy Strider,
Walley Willis, Milvon Roberson, Danny Stark, Andy Patterson. Row 3:
Mark Wilson, Randy Catledge, Steve King, Mike Ross, David Barton,
Kevin Cates, Bobby Nichols, Robert Lawerance, Randy Wilson.
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Vickie Parker. The girls sold candy to raise money. Girls
who lettered in at least one varsity sport were eligible to
join. The purpose ol the club was to organize and keep
varsity letter persons involved in sports and to provide
them with a letter and other symbols of achievement.
Connie Ellis sets up practice dates with Girls' 0 Club. Tina Little, Che-
ryl Harris and Shannon Wann discuss strategy. Serena Boyd and Tina
Little practice salesmanship. Everyone is an important part ot Girls' O
Softball. Front Row: Connie Ellis, Darla King, Donna Paddlety, Tammie
Blancett, Shannon Wann. Row 2: Dana King, Beverly Marble, Gina
Speegle, Dore Schilling, Tracy Adcock. Back Row: Betty Stanlord, Che-
ryl Harris, Tina Little, Tama Hegner, Brenda Allen, Stacy Gowens.
0 Club. Front Row: Vickie Parker, Donna Paddetly, Cheryl Harris, Tina
Little, president: Betty Stanlord, secretary: Dore Schilling, Connie Ellis.
Row 2: Dana King, Beverly Marble, Tammie Blancett, Stacy Gowens,
Shannon Wann. Flow 3: Darla King, Michell Rowland, Tana Hefner,
Gina Speegle, and Brenda Allen.
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Fund raising activities tor FBLA included the sale ot
popcorn, Christmas candles and sausage. The club won
an award tor being the largest chapter in the region and
the Gold Seal Award. Trips included a journey to the
Texas State Fair in Oct. Darrell Ames, Pres., went to
Omaha in Nov. ln June 26 members went to New York,
Philadelphia, Montreal and Washington, D.C. The
National Convention was held in Denver, Colo. in July.
Anyone currently or previously enrolled in a business
subject was eligible to join. Sponsors were Dorothy
Dean, AI Fuller, Jullette Brown, Yvone Felder, Beverly
Wilson and Loneta Hayes.
FBLA President Darryl Ames tells otticers Diana Norman, Pam Julian
and Janice Carrol that this year's sales should be a great help. Mr. Al
Fuller, sponsor, counts the day's money in the student store. Florence
Mathis tries to decide which candle to buy. "Come on somebody, buy
this candle, l've had it all day," pleads Mark Booth. Getting involved
can be rewarding as Diana Rodriquez receives a plaque. Bruce Harri-
son studies hard to be a tuture business leader.
FBLA. Front Row: Victor Voss, Denise Robinson, Debbie Cowden, Phil-
lip Spencer, Tonia Jones, Janice Carroll, Pam Julian, Darryl Ames,
president: Tamela Sheppard, Donna McDaniel, Deanna Harrison, Mark
Richardson, Bruce Harrison, Debbie Tepsic, Barbara Thompson, Sue
McKee. Row 2: Carol Mason, Kelli Jetterson, Kim Davis, Beverly Ken-
yon, Tony Cardwell, Mary Perakis, Sherri Wynne, Tammy Preston,
Becky Irick, Carmen Sosa, Jamie York, Sandra Stringer, Anita Jordon,
Delores Roberts, Pam VanHorn, Diane Wheeler, Michelle Mullinax,
Michelle Anderson, Tammy Julian, Vicki Crow, Shannon Wann. Row 3:
Karen Stearman, Melita Robinson, Karen Farmer, Jerri Gamble,
Rhonda DuVaI, Kim Johnston, Mary Ross, Karen Etris, Kari Rea, Jenni-
ter Smith, GG Baker, Jana Schmitt, Veronica Cuvyner, Disha Rodri-
guez, Janna Patton, Belinda Harvey, Market Lathem, Beverly Higgins,
Betty Cassity, Florence Mathis, Bobbi Stout. Row 4: Vickie Harding,
Susan Snodgrass, Brenda Willis, Jeannie McKee, Tonya Turner, Deb-
bie Williams, Ray Pool, Cheryl McDaniel, Lisa Tucker, Gina Clark, Deb-
bie Free, Cathy Childs, Karen Gerd, Teri Clarke, Tarryl Ames, Connie
Conrad, Patricia Haskins, Tina Little, Linda Harris, Cheryl Reeder.
Back Row: Bob Taylor, Greg Morgan, Tom Manuel, Tommy Robles,
Dale Rains, Steve Darnold, Gary Cartwright, Charles Raprich, Mark
Booth, Randy Wood, Annelda Dade, Anna Hubbard, David Eakins, Liz
Barthsell, Darla King, Donna Paddelty, Terri Kraptt.
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DECA, sponsored by Frances Hendrix, sold General
sock hats, candy, and raffled off 100 gallons of gas. Trips
included the 0flicer's Training Conference in October
and State Leadership Conference in March. The National
Leadership Conference was held in May. There was also
a hayride in October. To join a student must be enrolled
in Distributive Education.
James Nation puts up the DECA banner lor all to see. Dennis Schlegel
and Mike Lindsey went from room to room selling candy and hats.
Brenda Sorrels had the job ol putting the showcase together. DE can
help you find a job, but classwork is also essential. DECA students
Steve Morgan and Jody Jones set the type on the printing press. Patri-
cia Pilgrim and Cindy Testermon know that DECA also means
speeches. Frances Hendrix shows Karen Frizzell how to work a cash
D.E. Front Row: Vanessa Groves, Pam Everett, Anita Garret, Tim
Rakes, Jerry Wall, Bill Midgeft, Mike Lindsey, Cindy Testerman. Row 2:
Pam Roberts, Gena Smith, Michele Shaw, Carlotta Brewer, Craig Riley,
Vickey Adams, Miss Frances Hendrix, sponsor. Row 3: Cindy Austin,
Karen Frizzell, Lori Esplot, Jim Snider, Rod Buster, Chester Webb,
Robert Huleston. Row 4: Brenda Sorrels, Kerrie Urban, Donna Pad-
dlety, Anna Hubbard, Mitch Rozin, Jody Jones, Joe Johnson, Leslee
Winkler. Back Row: James Nations, Bill Lalewer, Wayne Glidden, Jay
Bray, Dennis Schlegel, Jimmy Harris, Steve Morgan.
VICA attended the State Beauty and Barber Show, Hol-
iday Hair Fashions and State Legislative Day at the capi-
tol. They also went to both the State and District VICA
Conterences. To raise money members sold cards,
candy, candles and posters. They also held a slumber
party and had breakfast meetings. In addition to this
there was a Christmas Banquet and a trip to Six Flags.
Students enrolled in cosmetology were eligible to join.
The club was sponsored by Greta Emanuel.
Bonnie Gatewood and Trudy Crooks do lingernails, which is one ol the
tirst things you learn in VICA. Ouchl You got soap in my eyes. Sharon
Washington and victim. Cindy Greenroyal practices on a head some-
body didn't want. Mrs. Emanuel watches as Jody Tucker rolls Karen
Price's hair. Kanetha Bell knows she loves the class but doesn't partic-
ularly like cleaning up. Mary Turner already has a customer. Joni
l-tousley and Mary McCoy take turns doing each other's toes.
Cosmetology. Front Row: Brenda Dennis, Joni Housley, Mary McCoy,
Kim Davis, Cindy Greenroyd, Kanetha Bell, Ora Durham. Row 2: Karen
Price, Melinda Elam, Debbie Bohrer, Debbie Apple, Rhonda Dugger,
Leigh Patton, Dania Stromske. Row 3: Lisa Robinson, Bonnie Gate-
wood, Debra Mathews, Robin Knight, Londa Tone, Sharon Washington,
Cheryl Dixon, Janice Morrison. Row 4: Jody Tucker, Beverly Orr, Nikki
Johnson, Mary Barber, Mary Turner, Sherry Able, Deanna Sheltield,
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Choir was sponsored by 0. J. Thomas. King and
Queen this year were Curtis Staggs and Jamie York.
Attendants were Brenda Stafford, junior: Bonnie Harn,
sophomore: and La Donna Parish, freshman.
Mr. 0. J. Thomas directs his choirs: they follow him: this makes it a
beautiful sound. Vicki Barnett and Karla Forrest also out caroling, sing
a duet. Music students work on putting feeling into their words. Patsie
Dennis, Brenda Stafford, Greg Davis, Pat Hall, Sheila Parish and Doug
Anderson get into the Christmas spirit by caroling.
9th Grade Mixed Chorus. Front Row: Lyn Harper, Janie Glass, Cindy
Stanley, Billy Altstatt, Scott Tyree, Stacy Rains, Carla Hicks, Kathy Fox,
Rhonda Emerson, Rhonda Howard, Johnni Shamblin, Gayla Beeson,
Lanette Smith, Diane Patton, Jimmy Nance, Terry Wilson, Jay Revels,
Michelle Echelle, LaDonna Parish.
First Hour Mixed Chorus. Front Row: Rhonda Byerly, Karen Champlin,
Tayne Wilson, Elaine Wilson, Cynthia Wilson, Tammie Roberts. Back
Row: Larry Hughes, Robert Taylor, Dale Rains, Randy Woods, Mr.
Thomas, sponsor: Steve Walker, Robert Camp, Alfonzo Johnson.
Concert Choir. Front Row: Bonnie Horn, Lawanda Ray, Lisa Johnston,
Vicky Crow, Scott Tyree, Greg Davis, Mark Hawkins, Pam 0'DanieI,
Jamie York, Kanetha Bell, Tobi Hanlan, Pat Hall, Gina Williams. Row 2:
Mr. Thomas, sponsor: Pam Roberts, Carrie Reeves, Sherry Gibson,
Dale Rains, Terry Wilson, George Bowens, Curtis Staggs, Geannie
Dressler, Brenda Stafford, Kristi Kling, Tammy Jones. Row 3: Karen
Champlin, Darla Watts, Bobbi King, Steve Walker, Doug Anderson,
Larry Hughes, Jerry Davis, Karla Forrest, Susan Hamilton, Michell
Thomas, Sheila Parrish. Row 4: Tayne Wilson, Tammy Phillips, Robert
Taylor, Randy Woods, Billy Cloyde, Mark Buchanan, Danny Meyer,
Linda Winford, Janis Viar, Terry Wilmoth, Janet Laskey.
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The Marching Generals welcomed a new band direc-
tor, Jim Baker. The band attended OSU Band Day, and
the OSU Homecoming Parade. They sponsored the
annual spaghetti supper and sold candy and lruit. The
Stage Band sold fruit cakes.
Alter polishing up the brass, time comes to give them a work-out. Rox-
anne Hamm pauses a moment to tune up. Mr. Baker stops long enough
to tell some tired students to keep on blowing. This year's attendants
were Jana Ward, Mary Turner, Roxanne Hamm, Sylvia Archer, and
Susan Blethrow. On homecoming day, students line the streets to
watch the band march. The drummers wait patiently tor their time to
come in. Jason Hensley practices tooting his tuba while Linda Haynes
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some spice and well planned routines to the games.
Majorettes and Flag Corps, under the leadership ol Jim
Baker, marched in parades and also performed at
Cindy Rowland helps Janice Goodmiller learn a new step. Majorettes
march along with the band in the parade. The llag corps steps oll the
look ol the band. Stopping lor a moment to pose lor a picture is Jana
Ward. Drill team girls practice to give great performances at the games.
Drill Team. Front Row: Terri Bane, Susan Perakes, Renee Sharpe. Flow
2: Laura Brady, Janice Goodmiller, Darla Watts. Back Row: Kristi
Pickle, Savona Burdick, Cindy Rowland, Mrs. Shelley, sponsor.
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The Sabrettes were present at athletic events to cheer
on US Grant. They sold ribbons, ushered at various
events and sold programs to raise money. Scott Thomas
was elected Pep Club Buddy. Members went to Six
Flags. The purpose ot the Pep Club is to promote school
spirit. Sponsors were Lois Sughru, Connie Overstreet
and Vickie Stewart.
Janice Curtis wonders who tied her hair to the arm ot the chair. "Wait,
you're tee-peeing the wrong thing," says Debbie Windsor to Mona
Bridges. The best buddy is our Pep Club Buddy - Scott Thomas. Win-
ning is easy with a super great pep club. Miss Sughru, and president of
the pep club, Connie Conrad, discuss plans lor the upcoming games.
"Wait, don't go pinning anything on me, I just work here," Francine
Cravatt and Sharon Washington feel that anyone at Grant is a General.
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were sponsored by Lois Sughru, Connie Overstreet and
Vickie Stewart. The officers, elected by the Pep Club, are
viewed by the sponsors as the "backbone of the club."
Spirit Boosters, selected by the cheerleaders and officers
are chosen to help with the spirit of the club and other pro-
jects. Cheerleaders won ribbons for superior rating at the
OU summer clinic. They sold suckers to attend the clinic.
Head Cheerleader Cindy Graham, along with Janet York and Lydia Wash-
ington, learns a new cheer. "But M and M's give you energy." explains
Tracy Thompson. Debbie Wilson is making the prized "Bigmouth Award,"
to be given at the next game. Sandy Campbell and Star Dunn make things
for the football players.
Pep Club Officers. Star Dunn, parliamentarian: Sandy Campbell, sgt. at
arms: Connie Conrad, president: Leslie Gentry, merit capt.: Karrie Cornell,
treasurer: Karla Overstreet, usher capt.: Karla Forrest, reporter: Dana
Magruder, secretary: Debbie Wilson, chaplain: Janice Curtis, vice presi-
dent: Mona Bridges, merit cept.: and Debbie Windsor, historian.
Spirit Boosters. Left to Right: Resa Furr, Flonni Sellers, Carla Sherrill, Ann
Miller, head spirit booster, Kim Wood, Kathy Russell, Lynn Walker, Cindy
Cheerleaders. Left Row, Top to Bottom: Betty Cassity, Pam Everett, Lydia
Washington. Middle Flow, Top to Bottom: Tracy Thompson, Cindy Gra-
ham, head cheerleader. Right Flow, Top to Bottom: Rhonda Orr, Janet
York, Cynthia Jacobs.
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140 ' School Life
I welcome the change that comes
with things done just for fun.
School may be for learning,
but there's a lot to be said
for the lighter side of school life.
In today's world, that four-wheeled mechanical marvel,
the car, is both a status symbol and transportation. Walking
is almost unheard ol, and what one drives is almost as
important as where one is going.
A little prestige, demonstrated by Dennis Luman. Ricky Smith takes oll in
his hand-built Laser 917 custom. "And here's something in our sub-com-
pact size," Tom Irving, Gary Anderson, David King, Keith Grummer and
James Burchett repair the results ot Saturday night racing, "But I thought
the lan went on top of the engine." Tulio Ramirez and Dale Marshall get
with it. The whole story, the essence ol speed.
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being together with someone can be very spe-
cial. The Iittle things, - happy times, arguments,
responsibilities, and joys, all add up to one great
thing that's just more than a feeling.
Daring to get a little lip-lock in the parking lot are Lesly
Roberson and Barbara Thompson. Alana Balson smiles as
she thinks ol how she'II show Randy Goodwin how to really
bowl. "I need two ir2's, a large order ol tries, onion rings,
and a Dr. Pepper lor my girl lriend, and I want . . Ricky
Bateman, Lisa Straka. Good-byes are hard lor David Baker
and Karen Champlin to say, even though it will only be lor
one short hour. Scott Thomas takes Sharon Washington out
on some really swingin' dates. Jan Grove finds out, the truth
can sometimes be embarrassing after Jay Reid tells her, it
was his mother in the car with him.
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Almost anything goes lrom t-shirts to that slinky black
jumpsuit. How a person is dressed indicates his or her
frame ol mind.
T-Shirt Gratliti. Doubling Thomas, Ray Poole, is skeptical as woman bar-
ber cuts his hair. Painters Pants take over the jean scene as Terri Burciaga
models her pair. Men's sweaters are back again, as Gary Allen "shows
oft" one ol his lavorite. Cindy Staley displays that Goucho pants and boots
are ridin' high in the world ol lashion. Popularity ol jumpsuits booms with
Carla Young and others.
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Connie Conrad was crowned Queen at the
Capitol Hill Redskln game The weather was
warm and the girls looked great One thing we
will never forget is the Victory over the Hill
Halltlme music was provided by the Marching
Gina Speegle Karne Cornell Connie Conrad Shirley
Wiley, Dana Magruder, and Lynn Walker get ready to pre-
pare lor the Homecoming parade. A picture tells a thou-
sand wordsl Senior attendant Dana Magruder and her
escort Andy Taylor. Karrie Cornell, Gina Speegle, Dana
Magruder, Connie Conrad, Shirley Wiley, and Lynn Walker
the 1976 GeneraI's Homecoming court. Connie Conrad
smiles as she walks back to the car to make her tradi-
tional drive around the field. Leslie Gentry and Ronni Sell-
ers hold the Homecoming run-through.
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There is something about the holidays that fills everybody with a special
kind ol excitement. Maybe it's the break from school, but most likely it's
the chance tor everyone to run around making merry. Holidays were excel-
lent lor just that reason.
Beverly Bazemore, and Sylvia Mora try to decide what to buy for Christmas lor their lamilies.
Stormy Estell walks away with a bundle ot goods lor "gobblins" to hand out lor the Halloween
trick or treaters. Kenny Wright tries to help Sandra Stringer pick out the perfect Christmas
wreath lor decoration. Van Logan and Scott Adams can't decide which Thanksgiving cards to
buy. Melvin Roberson and Bernita Ford stock up on paper cups and plates lor the New Year's
celebration. Familiar lace? Halloween was interrupted lor Generals as we spooked the Spar-
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There are various types of showing your pride off in activities you partake in.
One school-wide spirit raiser was building floats. Staying up the night before to
finish decorating made it easier to remember. It was worth it though. Remember
seeing our float? It was the best.
Ask Larry Suchy who is King of the Hillg one Redskin did. Patsie Houston, Jamie Young, and Sandy
Williams know that all if takes is a 'zap' of a General to defeat a Capitol Hill Redskin. Tamra Shepard
and Debbie Cowden both are excited about the game and are ready to FIRE upon the Redskins and
knock'em dead. The Monster Squad scared the Redskins to death. General Grant made a visit to the
parade and on a float. Those Redskins offered us peace, but we took a VICTORY!
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This whole year has quickly passed with every day making it memorable as a
Senior. The dreams we dreamed as lreshmen have all come to be. As graduation
approaches, I, too, have begun to realize that the dreams ot yesterday are becom-
Another way ol showing our spirit is wearing a 77 necklace. Seniors really did have the spirit to get out
in lreezing weather to lorm their annual Senior circle at the linal lootball game ol the season. We leel
it's really a big thing to show we have a lol ol spirit tor our school, so we show it by working together to
make our hall the best ever. Melita Robinson, Shelley Phillips, Jana Patton, Jett Darrow, Jenniter Smith,
Randy Wilhite, and Scott Thomas talk about what they want to do alter they get out ot school. Some
Seniors put in a lot ol time and ettort to put that lloat together lor the homecoming pride, which won tirsl
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170 ' Sports
It is the thrill of victory and not
the agony of defeat
that lures me into trying to be an athlete.
Losing won't kill me,
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through the homecoming banner. Bombers stare on
star-struck as Generals make a touchdown. Buster
Keasler is cold and the last game ol the season was no
warm night as the Generals knew. Coach Choate pre-
pares the team lor their second halt, but all the Gener-
als care about is getting warmed up and thawed out to
go out and do it "again." The Vikings don't have a
prayer as Generals got out on the tield and carried the
ball and their hopes away. David Lambeth reaches up
and GRABS a Bomber.
"The 76-77 football season wasn't a great one
in the win-loss column but the team matured and
gained valuable experience over the year,"
explained Head Coach Dean Choate. The record
tor the year was 4 wins against 7 losses.
' The Generals' opponents were "tougher and
more numerous than in previous years," said the
coach. Three ot the tour teams in the class 4A
semifinals were on their schedule.
The gridsters started the season on a sour note
by losing to state champion Del City, 20 to 2. They
rebounded by crushing Star Spencer 20 to 0, then
lost tooPutnam City and Moore betore winning
their Homecoming over the Capitol Hill Redskins
by a 7-6 score.
They ended the season by posting two victories
in their last three outings. They beat rival South-
east and Northeast.
The most impressive team this year was the
Junior Varsity. They were 5-3 on the year while
the Freshmen were 2 and 7.
Varsity F00ibaII 173
"This year we lost six starting seniors, com-
pared to the year before when we lost 22. If we
aren't better next year we'Il never be better,"
explained Head Coach Dean Choate.
The team was powered by the play of the
underclassmen, he said. Over 20 underclassmen
started at one time or another. Many more have
He believes that the team will be "more physi-
cal" and it they are "mentally prepared things
would go our way."
"As for the season," Choate continued, "the
only game we lost that we should have won was
to Northwest CIassen."
Next year his goals are number one to win the
conference and from there to win state. "We have
the material to be as good as we want to be. It's
just a matter of going out there and doing it."
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receive a special delivery "packagle" from
Ricky Bateman. Coach Starke tries o revive
William Krallk alter he IS mlured during' the
Northeast- game. Coaches, ront Row: ohn
Savagf-, Llnemen, Dean Choate, Head Coach,
Mark yons, Defensive Backs. Back Row: ,lim
Faurot, Lgnemeng Luke Hams, Defensive lme,
Louis Qulntane, Freshmeng Glen Castle, Jun-
ior Varsity. This referee knows a good one
when he sees lt, as Scott Thomas scores lor
the Generals. Varsity Football. 1st Row: Scott
Thomas, Beef Rowlan McBert, Mark Wilson,
Randy Willhite, David Lambeth, Andrew Dean
Taylor, Romeo Knight. 2nd Row: Van the man
Logan, Bully Hammontree, Buster Keasler,
Jimmy Menefee, Spider Woods, Hudd Hud-
dleston, Keith Bryant. 3rd Row: Wil?-boy Kra-
lik, Lesly Roberson, BobbyITaylor, onz Alex-
ander, errBForehand, att Standard. 4th
Row: Todd emeter, Dennis Proctor, Monty
Wenthold, Ricky Knapg, Mark Gil-Iiam, Hooker
Hook. 5th Row: Ted orman, Vic Roberson,
Tony Gracey, Scooter Clark, Mr. Rick Wash-
ing on. 6th Row: Spaghetti head Sgicer,
Hopalong Darrow, Tyrone Galbreath, obert
Lawrence. 7th Row: Ricky Bateman, pa pa
Williams, Crip Hill, managers, Unsell and Fer-
we. Sitretching to comple e a pass is "Spider"
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Junior Varsity. First Row: James Roberson
Jerry Forehand, Allonzo Alexander, Ted
Norman, Doug Anderson, Bob Tawgr,
Jimmy Menelee. Second Rowg Darryl' il-
liams Stormy Estell, Greg Williams, onty
Ray lflentho gl -Brian McDougall, Phillip
Hook, Mark orliram, Joe sproer. Thrrq now:
Tony Gracey, Matt Standard, Joe Mldgett,
Dennis Proctor, Billy Hammontree, ell
Keester, Tyrone Galbreath, Darrel Felligu-
son. Four h Row: Van Logan, Chix ull,
Pete Heirston, Jerry Gonshor, elvln
Roberson, Robert Huddleston, Rodney
Paul. Buster Keasler centers the ball tor
another General point. Randyl"Splder"
Woods prepares to crunc another
Bomber. Concentratmilon the game and
not the -cold weather, e Generals watch
the action on the held. Freshmen: First
Row: John Gons-hor, James Allen, Greg
Lindsay, Mark Lindsay, Harvey Slckles,
Tony Hemel, Jett Mc ee. Second Row:
George Vasquez Alan Alton, Terry 'Smith
ern iyroklo parroil smrih, Robert Smith, Bill
Frazier. Third Row: Coach Qulntane, Jett
Lindsay, Mark Brester Mark Sloan Jett
Rogers, Alan Marun, riillvilsiatr, Mark
Unsell, and not pictured enny Wright.
Jimmy Menelee-watches delenslve lac ics
and quenches his thirst.
1 76 ' Freshman Football
Wide receiver Rick Washington received hon-
orable mention in the all Big City voting, along
with David Knight, who was voted KFJL prep
player of the week for his performance in the Star
Other top Senior players were wide receiver
Andy Taylor, running back Scott Thomas, offen-
sive tackle Randy Wilhite, defensive tackle Mark
Wilson, and defensive end Joe Darrow.
Top players who will return next year are Randy
Woods, William Kralik, Leslie Robertson, James
Roberson, Chebon Bert, David Lambeth, Jimmy
Menefee, Ricky Bateman, and Robert Lawrence.
Pollsters. IQ- I O
For the first time in 10 years, the Generals ended
the year with a winning season. The roundballers
finished regular season play with a 12-10 record.
In the pre-season poll, the Generals were pre-
dicted to end up last in the Midstate, but surprised
the pollsters with a 2nd place finish. The cagers
had big wins over Northwest, Putnam City, and
Edmond to vault them into the thick of the confer-
ence race. A
Rick Washington concentrates as the referee gives him
the ball tor a crucial tree throw. It's a bird, it's a plane,
it's Super Kralik! Starke shouts instruction as the Gener-
als go into overtime with Capitol Hill. Hindu! Dennis Tap-
Iin goes up lor two against the Redskins. Wendell Fitch-
ner and William Kralik lead the way for the mighty Gener-
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Top scorer for the Generals this year
was sophomore Carl "Hindu" Henry. He
led all other conference scorers with a
18-point average. He was also one ofthe
top scoring sophomores in the state, and
claimed tenth place in scoring among all
players in class 4A basketball.
Other leading scorers were Rick
Washington and William Kralik. On
several occasions, Rick scored over 20
points. Wendell Fitchner, Scott Thomas,
and Theodore Morgan also proved to be
very valuable assets to the team.
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Basketball Coaches. Rowland Ross, Junior Varsity,
Bob Starke, Varsity. Awaiting in anticipation ot the
tip-oft is the Generals team. Seniors. Greg Morgan,
David Wood, Hurlan Dempsey, Rick Winlord, Scott
Thomas, Rick Washington. Varsity. Front Row: Den-
nis Taplin, William Kralik, Ted Norman, Craig Free-
man, Greg Morgan, Tyrone Galbreath, Rick Wash-
ington, David Wood. 2nd Row: Charles Rowland,
Hurlan Dempsey, Rick Winlord, Dave Barton, Carl
Henry, Wendell Fitchner, Greg Dobson, Scott
Thomas. Putting a shot high over the opponent's
heads is senior Rick Washington.
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breath. lt is as easy as it looks lor sophomore Greg Dobson. Jun-
ior Varsity. Front Row: Tyrone Galbrealh, Matt Standard, Greg Wil-
liams, Brent Worchester, Clark Johnson, Stacey Reese. 2nd Row:
Coach Rowland Ross, Greg Dobson, Charles Rowland, Dave Bar-
ton, Larry Davis, Theo Morgan, Rodney Paul. Going up and light-
ing lor the rebound is Greg Dobson. Going up tor an easy two
points is lreshman Theo Morgan.
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season next year, with the returning of tour starters.
"The underclassmen players gained very valua-
ble experience. This should help the team in years
to come," commented Coach Starke. T
Leading candidates tor starting berths tor next
year are Wendell Fitchner, William Kralik, and Carl
Henry. Also expected to be instrumental players for
the varsity squad are Ted Norman, Denns Taplin,
Charles Rowland, Tyrone Galbreath, David Barton,
Stacey Reese and Theodore Morgan.
"The absence of a second and third big man to
play the boards will be our greatest weakness, but
the team possesses very good shooters," added
JV Basketball 183
The wrestling team, under the leadership of rookie
Head Coach Lewis Quintane, finished the regular sea-
son with a fifth place in the mid-state conference. They
also recorded four dual victories.
Coach Quintane commented, "I'm very much
impressed with the way the kids have wrestled this year.
They wrestled well, in every match," especially against
number one rank Midwest City."
Quintane listed the team's greatest accomplishment
this year as third place finish in the all-city wrestling
Leading wrestlers were Andy Taylor, James Rober-
son, and Jerry and Randy Wooton. Andy led the team in
the wins with a 25 and 7 mark. He placed in every tour-
nament that he entered except state where he lost in the
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linds winning is a great teeling when he is
congratulated by his teammates. One hundred
one pound Wally Willis may be little, but his
voice makes up tor it as he yells out instruc-
tions to a teammate. A handshake is the only
friendly gesture made 'as 115 Ib. Randy Woo-
ten prepares to crush his John Marshall oppo-
nent. Though his opponent has a threatening
single-leg hold, 148 Ib. Jett Cobb uses an
underhook to prepare tor a cross-lace. One
hundred titty-seven pound Andy Taylor pre-
pares to use his best move, a cross-face, on
his opponent. Though the John Marshall
opponent seemed tough, heavyweight Doug
Anderson wrapped him up in a head-lock and
pinned him easily.
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Sloan holds oll his opponent in the last
moments ol the match. Varsity Wres-
tlers. Front Row: Wally Willis, Van
Logan, Randy Wooten, Mark Sloan,
Jerry Wooten, Phillip Hook, Jell Cobb,
Coach Luke Harris. 2nd Row: Coach
Lewis Quintane, James Roberson, Andy
Taylor, Randy Wilhite, David Lambeth,
Doug Anderson. 3rd Row: Mike Burn-
side, Charlie Maynard, De Wight Reece,
Robert Cowart, Tony Gracey, Jerry Gon-
shor, Gerald Rosebrook. Not Pictured:
Jonathon Bottoms. One hundred lorty-
one pound James Roberson breaks
down his opponent with a tight body
ride. Alter a long hard match, 178-lb.
Tony Gracey is declared a winner.
Words can't express how happy 168-Ib.
Randy Wilhite was at his victory.
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The wrestling team this year graduated only one sen-
ior. Next year the team should "be better" in all but a
few otthe weight divisions, Coach Quintane said.
Because they were a young team they have had a lot of
"room for improvement." He said "We should be a bet-
ter dual and an excellent tournament team, and if we
progress quickly we'Il become Mid-State contenders in
a year or so."
The top prospects for next year are Walley Willis,
John Bottoms, Randy Wooton, Jeff McKey, Phillip Hook,
Jerry Wooton, James Roberson, Tony Gracy, Chuck
Love, Doug Anderson and Alan Martin.
Wrestling - 187
0pen '77 Season
With New Uniforms
During the 76 baseball season, the team was consist-
ently ranked in the top five in Class 4-A. They were runnel
up in Mid-State conference. They finished with a 23-10
record, and tied for third in state.
Coach Glen Castle was predicting a favorable record as
his hardballers donned new uniforms for the 77 season.
Among those expected to be key starters because ol
previous performance were Tommy Walkabout, pitcher,
Todd Demeter, first baseman, Mike Anglin, shortstop and
Randy Goodwin, outfielder.
Russell Demeter, senior and third year starter was
elected to all metro and all city teams last year, so the
coach expects another productive season for the celeb-
Coach listed Northwest and Edmond, and possibly Put-
nam City top competition in the Mid-State, as well as Nor-
Junior varsity coach was Bob Starke and freshman
coach was John Savage.
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lntielder Mike Anglin robs an opponent
ol a base hit. Senior pitcher Tom Walka-
bout shows complete concentration as
he hurls another pitch. Coach Glen Cas-
tle discusses game strategy with start-
ers Todd Demeter, Steve Walker, Randy
Goodwin, Mike Anglin, and Russ Deme-
ter. 1977 Baseball Team. Front Row:
Mike Anglin, Larry Knight, Russell
Dobbs, Greg Ferguson, Russ Demeter.
2nd Row: James Skidmore, Buddy
Crain, Steve Walker, Randy Goodwin,
Allen Tinsley, Kenneth Janway. 3rd
Row: Thomas Walkabout, David Lam-
beth, Jay Reid, Todd Demeter, Donald
Smith, Buster Keasler. Todd Demeter
looks over the opposing pitcher before
going up to the plate. Senior Russ Dem-
eter prepares to rid another pitcher ol
the hope of a no-hitter.
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lt may look easy, but stretching
out is hard work. Scott Thomas
tlies like an eagle over the high
hurdles. Allonso Alexander takes
the hand-oft from Scott Kilgore as
they practice on the 440-yard
relay. Supreme body control is
needed lor hurdling as Mike
Walker demonstrates. Track
Team. Front Row: James Rober-
son, Scott Thomas, Chris Ball,
Randy Woods, Pete Heirston,
Scott Kilgore. 2nd Row: Greg
Davis, Mike Walker, Brett Hayes,
Alphonso Alexander, Darrell Fer-
guson. 3rd Row: Tyrone Gal-
breath, Carl Henry, Scott Sanders.
4th Row: Coach Mark Lyons,
Coach Rowland Ross. Scott Kil-
gore works hard to perfect his
style. Brett Hayes iogs along,
wishing two miles could be just a
ith More Strength
In his second year as head track coach, Mark Lyons
as predicting more strength for his squad than they
isplayed last year.
With tour men going to state tournament last year,
Coach Lyons predicts an even stronger showing this
Two of the four state competitors returned to the
squad this season. Events in which.they represented
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the school last year were Brett Hayes, 2-mile run and
Alfonso Alexander, 220-yard dash.
Expected to excel in competition this season are
James Roberson, Rick Washington, Alfonso Alexander,
Tyrone Galbreath, Brett Hayes, Scott Thomas, Chris
Ball, Scott Kilgore, Randy Woods, and Pete Heirston.
Newcomers are Carl Henry, Mike Walker and Gregg
The strong events forthe squad will be the 440 relay,
2 mile, 80 and 120 high hurdles, 100 yard dash, 220 yard
dash and the high jump. -
Coach Lyons believes he can send up to six men to
the state track meet this year. "The team will be one of
Grant's better track teams and with a 'little work we may
have a State Champion," he said.
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Perseverance is one of the main qualities a cross country runner must
have, and Chris Ball is a good example as he finishes a fivefmile run.
Hours ol practice help Jett Keester to perfect his diving techniques.
Running with triends makes the going a little easier tor Shelly Motsen-
bocker, Nancy Eftinger, and Candise McCowen. Cross Country Team.
Front Row: Randy Woolen, Shelly Motsenbocker, Candise McCowen,
Nancy Ettinger, Jerry Wooten. 2nd Row: Coach Crosley, Wally. Willis,
Brett Hayes, Chris Ball, Chris McCormick. "Up lrom the dark, murky
waters rose the mysterious creature." Swimming Team. Front Row:
Mike Tolman, Danny Marks, Ruth Smith, Cynthia Wilson. 2nd Row:
Robin Meredith, David Tolman, David Ellis, Jimmy Coltee, Mark Lee,
Ron Emerson. 3rd Row: Jerry Davis, Brian Suchy, Jett Shelton, Ken Lev-
erett, Tony Helmet, Keith Bryant, Ricky Wilson.
Win Meets n
Continuing as swimming coach was Mr. John Savage, and in his sec-
ond year as cross country coach was Mr. Harold Crosley.
The swimming team won two meets and lost four meets. Heading the
swim team were Keith Brown, Robert Merideth, David Foleman, Jeff
Keester, and Jim Coffee.
The 'team this year was young over-all, with only four seniors: Coach
Savage predicts a much improved season next year.
The cross country team took third in the city.
Cross country star Brett Hayes, only a sophomore, won medals in
every meet' in which he contended: he took ninth in regionals and
twelfth in the state.
Other cross country runners who competed were Chris Ball, Wally
Willis, Jerry Wooten, Randy Wooten, and David Rivers.
Females who ran cross country were Candy McGowen, Nancy
Effinger, and Shelley Motsenbocker.
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Go Into Season
Both the golf and tennis teams were anticipating award-
laden seasons this spring after the golf team placed third in
state in 1976 and the tennis team was all-city runner-up.
Coach Harold Crosley predicted that Kelly Clark and Jeff
Baker would lead the team this spring. Coach Crosley indi-
cated that he hoped to "finish in the upper part of Mid-
Among the golfers were Gigi Baker, Marcy Whittington,
Jamie Davis and Jennifer Smith. The girls had difficulty find-
ing opponents from other schools.
Other team members were Robert Camp, Steve Darnold,
Sam Kirby and Dave Smith.
Tennis opened this season with four returning starters:
Tim Moen, Jimmy Reynolds, Leland McDowell and Johnny
Coach Jim Faurot expected top prospects for the season
to lie in Alan Switzer.
Girls on the tennis team were Tamala Shepherd and FIM-
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sandtrap. Executing a tantastic overhand shot is sen-
ior Tim Moen. Kelly Clark displays his winning style on
the course. Tennis Team. Front Row: Robert Bridges,
Dan Sheppard, Leland McDowell, Tamela Shepard,
Johnny Bailey, Kenny Crowder, Mark Boyd. 2nd Row:
John Gillespie, Ron McDowell, Florence Mathis,
James Reynolds, Mark Hawkins, Tim Moen, Clint Rog-
ers, Larry Henderson. Golt Team. Front Row: David
Smith, GiGi Baker, Jamie Davis, Marcie Whittington,
Jenniter Smith, Ronny Dowdy. 2nd Row: Coach Cros-
ley, Kelly Clark, Robert Camp, Steve Darnold, Jett
Baker, Tony Maston, Mike Darnold, Sammy Kirby.
Johnny Bailey shows what it takes to be a pro on the
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Hit Cager Defense
Girls' basketball excelled in defense this season, and the girls' vol-
leyball team won the All City tournament. Miss Connie Ellis coached
The basketball team had tour returning starters but over-all had an
inexperienced squad. -
Coach Ellis predicted a much improved team next year, expecting
to lose only two starters.
Top players this year were Gigi Baker, Adrianne Cooper, Lydia
Washington, Dana King, Cheryl Harris, Michelle Rowlan, Darla King,
and Betty Stanford.
Coach Ellis predicted that the volleyball squad would again take
the All-City title. She was hoping tor an even stronger team this year
than last year, with several returning starters and some new talent.
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Girls' Basketball. Front Row: Betty
Stantord, Gina Speegle, Dana King,
Beverly Marble, Darla King, Lydia
Washington, LaDonna Parrish, ina
Little. Second Row: Mrs. Connie Ellis,
coach, Cindy Graham, Adrianne
Cooper, Cheryl Smith, Lynn VanHorn,
Cheryl Harris, Cindy Quinlero, Sheila
Parrish, Vickie Parker. Not Pictured:
Michelle Rowlan, captain, Gigi Baker,
co-captain, Donna Paddlely. Girls'
Volleyball. Front Row: Tracy Adeock,
Gina Holden, Tammie McCoy, Lydia
Washington, Dana Kin , Darla King,
Betty Stantord, Cindy guintero. Sec-
ond Row: Ruth Smith, Patricia Shan-
non, Beverly Marble, Adrianne
Cooper, Brenda Allen, Donna Pad-
dlety, Regina Martin. Third Row:
Sheree Floyd, Cathy Curry, Linda
Black, Tara Hetner, Mrs. Connie Ellis,
coach, Patty Sanders, Candy McCown,
Tina Little, Cheryl Harris, Dore Schill-
ing. Coach Ellis and captain Michelle
Rowlan discuss a quick strategy dur-
ing a timeout. Cindy Graham goes
high in the air tor a blocked shot as
Michelle Rowlan looks on. Dana King
struggles tor a rebound while being
sandwiched by two opposing players.
Darla King shows what ettort it takes
to volley the ball back.
Girls' Track Team. First Row: Dana King, Cas-
sandra Rodgers, June Housley, Paulette Bruner,
Candy McCown, Jean Barber, Nancy Etlinger.
Second Row: Cindy Graham, Stacy Gowens,
Deanna Dixson, Phyllis Morgon, Mrs. Connie
Ellis, coach, Kim Brooks, Kim Farmer, Shelly
Motsenbacker. Girls' Softball Team. Front Flow:
Donna Paddlety, Dore Schilling, Rhonda Hook,
Gina Speegle. Second Row: Dana King, Beverly
Marble, Tara Hefner, Betty Stantord, Stacy Gow-
ens, Darla King. Third Row: Brenda Allen, Tina
Little, Mrs. Connie Ellis, coach, Cheryl Harris,
Tracy Adeock. Taking a trial run to see who the
next speed demon tor the girls' track team. The
importance of the shot is shown by Gigi Baker.
"Hal hal, you're out," cries Tina Little as she tags
Darla King. High and easy goes the ball tor Betty
Stanford as Tina Little catches.
Takes Citg Championship
The girls' softball team took the City Champion-
ship with a 6-1 record in the city slow pitch softball
league, and the girls' track team was expecting a
lot of newcomers this spring, according to coach
Top players on the softball squad were Tina Lit-
tle, Dore Schilling, Cheryl Harris, Darla King, Dana
King, Rhonda Hook, Betty Stanfor, and Gina Spee-
Coach Ellis was expecting the next squad to be
as strong as the last one because she was expect-
ing to lose only two seniors.
Among the newcomers on the track team were
Cassandra Rodgers, Connie Jacobs, Sylvia Mar-
shall, Dana King, Stacy Gowens, Deanna Dixson,
and Phyllis Morgan.
Because of the additional interest experienced by
the girls in track, coach Ellis was predicting strong
showings at the meets. She further predicted a
much wider variety of entries.
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Adams, Linda, Fr., p. 66
Adams, Scott, Soph., p. 56, 164
Adams, Vicki, Sr., p. 30
Adcock, Tracy, Fr., p. 66, 122, 197
Alexander, Alphonso, Jr., p. 46, 176, 190
Alexander, Ronnye, Soph., p. 56
Allaro, Ronald, Jr., p. 48
Allen, Brenda, Soph., p. 56, 84,122,199
Allen, Gary, sr., p. 30, 147, 109, 106
Allen, James, Fr., p. 66, 176
Allen, Patti, Jr., p. 46
Alslatt, Johnny, Soph., p. 56
Alltstett, Billy, Fr., p. 66, 178, 130
Alton, Anthony, Fr., p. ss, 176
Alvarado, Stella, Jr., p. 48
Ames, Darryl, Jr., p. 46, 125, 106
Ames, Terryl, Jr., p. 46
Anderson, Donna, Jr., p. 113
Anderson, Douglas, Soph., p. 56,176,131
,Gary, Jr., p. 46,142
Anderson, Jean, Fr., p. 66
Anderson, Mark, Jr., p. 46
Anderson, Michele, Soph., p. 56, 125
Clark. Tommy, Sr., p. 32
Anderson, Monica, Jr., p. 46, 52
Andruchow, Robert, Jr., p. 46
Anglin, Mike, Sr., p. 30, 188
Antriken, Janis, Jr., p. 46, 106
Apple, Debbie, Jr., p. 46
Archer, Rhonda, Sr., p. 30
Archer, Sylvia, Sr., p. 155
Arismendez, Michael, Soph., p. 56
Armstrong, Jack, Soph., p. 56
Arrowood, Sam, Soph., p. 56
Ashley, Robert, Fac., p. 26
Ahsley, Russell, Jr., p. 46
Atherton, Leonard, Jr., p. 46
Austin, Bryan, Soph., p. 56
Austin, Cindy, Jr., p. 46, 101,111
Bach, Curtis, Soph., p. 56
Bailey, Captoria, Fr., p. 66, 95
Bailey, Johnny, Jr., p. as, 114, 117, 106,
Baker, Becky, Sr., p. 30,106
Baker, David, Soph., p. 56, 62,144
Beasly, Tammie, Soph., p. 56
Beeson. Gayle, Fr., p. 66, 130, 105
Belew. Kevin, Jr., p. 46, 120
Bell. Johnny. Soph., p. 58
Bell, Kanelna, Jr., p. as, 128, 131
Bell. Pamela, Soph., p. 56
Bell, Tori, Soph., p. 56, 113
Belleh, Glenda, Fr., p. 66, 109
Bellah. Stephen, Jr., p. 46
Benelield. Cathy, Fr., p. 66
Benelield, Dale, Soph., p. 56
Benelield, Dana, Sr., p. 30
Benjamin, Deborah, Soph., p. 56
Benjoch, Mary, Sr., p. 30
Benson, Charlotte, Soph., p. 56
Bert, Chebon, Jr., p. 46, 99
Bert, Lisa. Sr.. P. 30,84
Belterton, Dale, Sr., p. 30, 109
Betterton, Rhonda, Fr., p. 66
Bibb, Debbie, Jr., p. 46,153
Bidwell, Clint, Jr., p. 46
Bigham, David, Soph., p. 56
Bivens, Freddy, Soph., p. 56
Black, Linda, Fr., p. 68,197
Blackman, Fred, Fac., p. 26,29
Blackwood, Donna, Soph., p. 56
Blake, Anna, Sr., p. 30,78
Blake, Michael, Jr., p. 46
Blackmon, Fred., Fac.. p. 26
Blalock, Mike, Fr., p. 86
Bird, Lorrie, Fr., p. 66
Blancett, Tammie, Soph., p. 56, 122
Bledsoe, Gary, Jr.. p. 48
Blethrow, Susan, Sr., p. 30,155,106
Bohrer, Debra, Sr., p. 31
Bollinger, David, Fr., p. 66
Boom, Mark, sr., p. :11, 125
Booth, Shelly, Jr., p. 46
Booth, Steve, Jr., p. 46. 81
Bortay. Michele, Jr., p. 46
Borum, Kim, Fr., p. 66, 120
Bowens, Sheila, Sr., p. 31
Bowens, George, Soph., p. 56, 131
Bownes, William, Sr., p. 31
Bowers, James, Fac., p. 26
Bowles, Kristi, Fr., p, 66
Bowman, Brian, Soph., p. 56
Bowman. Ranardo, Jr., p. 46
Boyd, Mark, Jr., p. 46,101,109,111,106
Boyd, Regina, Fr., p. 66
Boyd, Serena, Jr., p. 46
Boyer. Kimberly, Fr., p. 66
Bradberry. Sabra, Fr., p. 66
Bradlord, Deloris, Fr., p. 66
ersaliela, Kellie, sopn., p. ss
Brady, Laura, Soph., p. 57, 135
Brashears, Jay, Fr., p. 66, 71
amy, Jay, sr., p. 31, as, 117
Brewer, Carle. Sr.. p. 31
Brewer, Greg,'Jr., p. 46, 106
Brewer, Julie, Soph., p. 57
Brewster, Jerettia, Soph., p. 57
Brewster, Mark, Fr., p. 66, 176
Brewster, Valerie, Jr., p. 46
Brian, Nancy, Jr., p. 47, 52,109,111,106
Bridges, Donnie, Soph., p. 57,120
Byrd, Jessie, Soph., p. 57
Cable, Ronald, Fac., p. 26. 107, 106
Cagle, Curtis, Fr., p. 67
Cagle, Steven, Fr., p. 67
Caldwell, Jennice, Sr., p. 31, 114
Caldwell, Lester, Soph., p. 57
Camp, Robert, Jr., p. 47, 130,195
Campbell, Denise, Fr., p. 67
Campbell, Julie, Soph., p. 57, 65
Campbell, Kelly. Jr., p. 47
Campbell, Peggy, Fac., p. 28
Campbell, Sandy, Jr., p. 47,138
lrauy, sr., p. 31
Cantwell, Mark, Fr., p. 67,1 14
Cantwell, Mike, Sr., p. 31
Capps, Doug, Fr., p. 67
Cardwell, Toni, Sr., p. 31, 125
Carpenter, Pat, Fac., p. 28
Carpenter. Tracy, Fr., p. 67
Carr, Ronald, Jr., p. 47
Carrol, Janice, Soph., p. 57, 84, 125
Carter, Gary, Jr., p. 113
Carter, Greg, Soph., p. 57
Carter, Mike, Fr., p. 67
Carter, Patricia, Sr., p. 31
Carter, Scott. Soph., p. 57
Cartwright, Gary, Sr., p. 31, 41, 30, 99, 109,
105. 1 25
Cartwright, Kim, Soph., p. 57, 65
Cartwright, Robert, Sr., p. 31.162
Casey, Lynn, Fr., p. 67,109
Caskey. Terry. Sr.. p. 31
Cgslity, Betty, Sr., p. 32, 33, 40, 138, 117,
Castle, Angela, Jr.. p. 47
Castle, Glen, Fatt.. P. 26, 119, 175,189
Cates, Kevin, Fr., p. 120
Callege, Joel, Soph., p. 57, 120
Cavers, Delores, Sr., p. 32, 105
Ceasar, Twyla, Fr., p. 67
Chambers, Robert, Soph., p. 57
Champlin, Karen, Jr., p. 47,91,144. 130
Cherry, Carmaletta, Soph., p. 57
Chick, Rodney, Soph., p. 57
Chilcoat, Mark, Sr., p. 32
Childers, Dalia. Sr.. p. 32
Childl, Cathy, Fr,, p. 57, 125
Chady, Carie, Sr., p. 32, 105
Chappelear, Marcia, Jr., p. 47
Chipman, Angela, Jr., p. 47, 106
Choate, Dean, Fac., p.26,172, 175
Cladwell, Jess, Sr., p. 32
Crosson, Larry, Jr., p. 47
Crow, Vickie, Jr., p. 47, 131, 125
Crowder, Kenneth. Soph., p. 58, 195
Crowder, Roy, Soph., p. 58
Crum, Donna, Sr., p. 30
Curry, Cathy, Fr., p. 67, 109. 197
Curtis, Janice, Sr., p. 32.33, 39, 136,138
Curtis, Rhadonna, Jr., p. 47
Cwynar, Sandra. Fr.. p. 67
Cwynar, Veronica, Sr., p. 33, 125
Cyphers, Marty, Jr., p. 47
Dade, Ann, Sr., p. 33, 36. 105. 125
Daniel. Ernie, Fac., p. 26
Dang. Nguyen, Sr., p. 33
Daniels, Debbie, Jr., p. 48
Darnold, Michael, Soph., p. 58
Darnold, Steve, Sr., p. 33, 125,195
Darrow. Joe, Sr., p. 33, 43, 175
Davis. Anthony. Jr., p. 48
Davis, Colleen, Jr., p. 48
Deanna, Soph., p. 58, 105
Deanna, Soph., p. 58.109
Davis, Greg, Fr., p. 67, 66, 71,151,131,190
Davis, Jami, Fr., p. 67, 68, 195
Davis, Jerry, Soph., p. 58, 65, 120, 131, 192
Davis, Jimmie, Soph., p. 58
Kim, Jr., p. 40, 125
Larry. Jr., p. 48
Pam, Sr., p. 33, 34, 106
Scott, Soph., p. 58, 113
Dean, Dorthy, Fac., p. 26, 212
r, Russell, Sr., p. 33, 189
Baker, Duane, Sr., p. 30
Baker, Gigi, sr., p. 30, 106, 125, 195, 190
Baker, Gloria, Soph., p. 56,113
Baker, Jett, Jr., p. 46, 195
Baker, Jerry, Jr., p. 46
Baker, Jim, Fac., p. 26, 155
Baker, Kevin, Fr., p. 66
Baker, Kevin, Soph., p. 58
Baker, Laura, Sr., p. 30,111
Baker, Michael, Soph., p. 56
Baker, Randy, Sr., p. 30
Bell, Chris, Jr., p. 46, 105,190,192
Bane, Terri, Soph., p. 56, 138
Banks, Veatrice, Fr., p. 66
Barber, Alan, Fr., p. 88
Barber, Jean, Soph., p. 56
Barber, Mary, Sr., p. 30,108
Barnes, Fr., p. 66
Barnett, Carliso, Sr., p. 30
Barnett, Deloris, Jr., p. 46, 84
,Vickio, Jr., p. 46.1 51. 113.130
Junie, Soph., p. 56. 120
Clark, Jett, Fr., p. 67
Clark, Mika, Sr., p. 32, 1 20
Clark, Bonnie, Soph., p. 57
Clark, Jeans, Jr., p. 47,125
ly, Jr., p. 47, 195
Clark. Kim, Fr., p. 47
Clark Scott. Jr.. p. 47
ri, Sr., p. 32, 107, 109, 106, 125
Clark, Tina, Sr., p. 32
Clay, Cecil, Jr.. p. 47
Demeter, Todd, Soph., p. 58, 175, 189
Dempsey, Harlem, Sr.. p. 33, 78, 180
Denson, Monila, Sr., p. 33, 1 60,1 14
Dennis, Brenda, Jr., p. 48, 78,113
Dennis, Patsy, Jr., p. 48, 113
Dennis, Thermon, Soph., p. 58
Dengam, Lee. Soph., p. 58
Deahaver, Herbert, Jr., p. 48
Devine, Terri, Soph., p. 58
Dewberry, Brian, Jr., p. 48
Dewberry, Bruce. Soph., p. 58
Dewberry, Kenneth, Soph., p. 58
Dick, David, Sr., p. 33
Dickerson, Sharla, Fr., p. 58
Dies, Mary, Fac., p. 28
Diez, Mary, Fr., p. 67, 66, 71
Diggs, Jake, Fac., p. 20, 33
Dindy, Carletta, Fr., p. 67
Dixion, Deanna, Soph., p. 58, 120
Dixon, Cheryl, Jr., p. 48, 104
Dixon. Kevin, Fr., p. 67
Dobbs, Russell. Jr., p. 48, 189
Dobson, Thomas, Soph., p. 58
Dockray. Edwin, Fr., p. 67
Dolph, Kenneth, Soph., p. 58
Dotson, Kenneth. Fr., p. 67
Dotson, Kevin, Sr., p. 33
Doughty, Ronald, Soph., p. 58, 195
Douglass, Alan, Jr., p. 48
Bridges, Mona, Sr., p. 31 , 36,136,138,106,
Bridges, Robert, Soph., p. 57,195
Briggs, Sharon, Soph., p. 57
Michael, Jr., p. 47
Brocaw, Ricky, Fr., p. 66
Brook, Vanessa, Fr., p. 86
, Debra, Jr., p. 47
.Jackie. Soph., p. 57
, Kym, Soph., p. 57,198
, Lisa, Fr., p. 66
, Noel, Jr., p. 47
.Shelly, Fr., p. 66
Brenda, Sr., p. 31, 104, 106
Billy, Fr., p. 66
Stacy, Jr., p. 47, 46, 99
Julluette, Fac., p. 26
Lisa. Fr., p. 66
Michael, Fr., p. 66
Nancy, Soph., p. 57,105
Larry, Soph., p. 57
Jane. Soph., p. 57
Timothy, Soph., p 57
Angela, Jr., p. 47
Paulette, p. 198
Bryant,'Debbie, Soph., p. 86
Bill, Fr.. p. so
Deborah, Soph., p. 57
Keith, Sr., p. 31,192
Clayton, Lisa, Soph., p. 57
Clapp, JoAnn, Fac., p. 28
Clevenger. David. Sr., p. 32
Cloaly, David, Fr., p. 67
Cloud, Kara, Fr., p. 67
Cloyde, Billy, Jr., p. 47,1 11,105
Coats, Cathy, Fr., p. 67
Cobb. Jett, Jr., p. 47, 185
Colley, Jimmy, Soph., p. 57, 192
Colley, Kenneth, Jr., p. 47
Cogburn, Sandra, Soph., p. 57,113
Coker, Randy, Sr., p. 32, 43
Cole. Lashawn, Jr., p. 47
Cole, Marc, Sr., p. 32,105
Cole. Pamela, Fr., p. 46
Collins. Ross. Fac.. p. 26
Connel, Perry. Soph., p. 57
Connell, Kathryn, Soph., p. 57
Conrad, Connie, Sr., p. 32, 156, 136, 138,
Barrett, Sharon, Soph., p. 56
Barris, Marty, Sr., p. 30, 104
Barris, Scotty, Jr. p. 46
Bartholl, Soph., p. 58,109
Bartl, Joan, Soph., p. 56
Bartl, Fr., p. 86
Barton, Connie, Sr., p. 30
Barton, David, Soph., p. 56, 120, 182
Bateman, Billy, Sr., p. 30,114
Bateman, Carrie, Sr., p. 30
Bateman. Richard, Soph., p. 56,144,175
Batson, Allane, Fr., p. 46, 144
Battle, Malcolm, Jr., p. 66
Baugh, Christina, Fac., p. 28,107
Bays, Cerol, Fr., p. 88
Bryd, Teresa, Sr., p. 31
Burchett, Julia, Sr., p. 31
Buchanan, Mark, Sr., p. 31, 149, 114, 131
Bulord, Tina, Soph., p. 57
Buie, David, Soph., p. 57
Burchett, James, Jr., p. 47, 142
Burciaga. Mody. Soph., p. 57
Burciago, Terri, Jr., p. 47, 147
Burdick, Savona, Soph., p. 57, 135
Burkett, Gary, Fr., p. 66
Burkhalter, Lester, Fr., p. 86
Burhart, Laura, Jr., p. 47, 46
Burleson, Beverly, Fr., p. 67
Burnside, Delinda, Jr., p. 47
Cook, Betty, Fac., p. 28
Cook, Celia, Fr., p. 67
cook, Abram, Fr., p. s1, se, 75
Cooper, Adrianne, Fr., p. 67, 211. 196.197
Cooper, Debra, Fr., p. 67, 95, 120
Cooper, Mary, Fac., p. 24
. Rusty, sr., p. 32, sa, 43, 01, 120
Copeland, Bobby, Jr., p. 47
Copeland, Michael, Soph., p. 57
Coppedge, Lisa, Fr., p. 67
Douglas, Ann, Fac., p. 26
Drake, Jamie, Fr., p. 67
Dresel, Jett, p. 33
Dressler, Clarinda, Soph., p. 58
Dressler, Dee, Fac., p. 26, 109, 105
Dressler. Geannis. Soph., p. 131
Duc LB. Fr.. D. 67
Dugger, Rhonda, Jr., p. 48, 46
Duman, Dennis, Fr., p. 142
Duncan, Cindy, Jr., p. 48, 46, 108
Duncan. Jack. Fr.. p. 67
Duncan, Troy. Fr.. p. sa
Dunn. Starr, Sr., p. 33,138
Durham, Lenora, Soph., p. 58
Durham, Ora, Jr., p. 48, 76,113
Durham, Richard, Fr., p. 68, 66
Dykstra, Clillord, Sr., p. 33
Eakins. David, Sr., p. 33,125
Eaatridge, Kendall, Jr., p. 48
Ebert, Tim. Sr., p. 33, 91, 175
Echella, Michelle, Fr., p. 68, 130
Eohols, Leslie, Jr., p. 48, 99, 109
Edwards, David. Fr.. P. 68
Edwards, Thomas, Fr., p. 66, 68, 105
Ellinger. Nancy. 9. 58, 192. 198
Elam. Melinda. Jr., p. 48
Ellis, Connie, Fac., p. 26, 95, 123 1
Ellil, David, Sr., p. 113, 192 1
Coppedge, Tins, Soph., p. 57
Cornell, Karrie, Jr., p. 47, 156, 138
Cottle. Nancy, Jr., p. 47 .
Crouch, Lazz, Fr., p. 67
Cowden, Debbie, Soph., p. 58,167,117,
Cox. Kimberly, Soph., p. 58. 120
Cox. Sharon. Soph., p. 58
Coll. Stevan, Sr., p. 87
Crain, Buddy, Sr., p. 32, 30, 105, 189
Cravatt. Francine. Jr.. p. 47, 1 36,113,105
Ellis, Dalorestine, p. 58
Eliot. Victoria. Fac., p. 26
Carol. Soph., p. 58
Elrod, Gerald, Jr., p. 48, 106
Emanuel. Greta, Fac., p. 26, 128
on, Donald, Jr., p. sa
on, Rhonda, Fr., p. 68,130,105
Emerson. Richard, Fr., p. 68
Espinosa. Mona, Jr., p. 58
Espoll, Lori. Sr., p. 33, 36
Essmen. Bill, Soph., p. 58
Burnside, Micheal, Soph., p. 57,187
Burton, Kelley, Fr., p. 67
Burton, Pauline, Jr., p. 47, 211
Cravens, Betsy, Fr., p. 67
Crawford, Ann, Sr., p. 30
Crawford, Mike, Sr., p. 32
Estell. Stormy, sr., p. 33, 39, 164,176
Etril. Darrel, Fr., p. 68
Etris, Karen, Jr., p, 48,106,109,125
Ewald, Edward, Soph., P. 58. 109
Buster, Rod, Jr., p. 47
, Manuel, Fr., p. 67
Lisa. Fr., p. 67
Bonnie, Fac., p. 26
Bazemors, Beverly. Jr..p.48,81, 164
Beek, Diana, Soph., p. 58
Beard. Rhonda, Soph., p. 58
Byerly, Rhonda, Soph., p. 57, 130
Byers, Risa, Sr., p. 31, 114
Byzbee. Jamie, Soph., p. 57
Crist, Carroll, Fr., p. 67
Crist, Curtis, Soph., p. 58
Crook, Trudie, Jr., p. 47, 126
Crosley. Marod. Fac., p. 26
Cross, Willie, Jr., p. 47
Cross, Willie, Soph., p. 58
Crossland, Larry, Jr., D.47.149
Ewald, Janice, Fr., p. 68, 109,105
Eustice, Dorothy, Fr., p. 68
Euslice, Thomas, Jr., p. 58
Evans, Barry, Fr., p. 68
Everett, Pam, Sr., p. 33, 36, 105, 138
Everette, Melanie, Fr., p. 68
allwell, Linde, Sr., p. 33
allwell, Mike, Sr.. p. 33
allwell, Tricia, Jr., p. 48
ankboner, Ronald, Fr., p. 68
ansler, Jerry, Jr., p. 48
arney, Mike, Sr., p. 34
armer, Arlise, Fr., p. 108
armer, Kim, Fr., p. 68
arr, Timothy, Jr., p. 48, 55
arrel, Craig, Jr., p. 48
erris, Jett, Sr., p. 34
arris, Laura, Soph., p. 58,105
eilder, Larry. Sr., p. 34
Fslend, Tamara, Soph., p. 58, 84
elder, Yvonne, Fac., p. 28
Ferguson, Bobby, Jr., p. 48
Ferguson, Darrell, Jr., p. 48, 119, 176, 113,
Ferguson, Gregory, Soph., p. 58, 189
Fichtner, Wendell, Jr., p. 48, 106, 179
Fielder, Susan, Sr., p. 34, 106
Finley, Raleita, Jr., p. 48
Fisher, Teresa, Jr., p. 48
Flowers, Sammie, Fr., p. 68
Floyd, Sherea, Fr., p. 66,123,197
Frazier, Rhonda, Sr., p. 34
Freeman, Marvin, Fr., p. 68
Foley, Ginger, Sr., p. 34, 113
Followwill, Joseph, Soph., p. 58
Foote, Annette, Fr., p. 68
Foote, Denise, Jr., p. 48, 111, 105
Ford, Bernita, Soph., p. 164
Ford, Tammy, Fr., p. 68
Forman, Deana, Soph., p. 58
Foutty, Anna, Soph., p. 58
Forrest, Karla, Jr.. p. 48, 46, 153, 138, 131,
Forehand, Jerald, Jr., p. 48, 178
Foster, Kim, Soph., p. 120
Fox, Kathy, Fr., p. 68, 130
Francisco, Tony, Jr., p. 48, 46, 106
Fraser, Bill, Fr., p. 68, 176, 120
Frazier, James, Fr., p. 88
Frazier, Michael, Jr., p. 48
Frazier, Terry, Soph., p. 59
Fredrick, Sherry, Soph., p. 59. 120
Free, Debra, Jr., p. 48, 106, 125
Freeman, Craig, Jr., p. 48
Frizzell, Karan, Sr., p. 34, 36,127
Fry, Richard, Soph., p. 59
Fuller, Brian, Fr., p. 68
Fuller, Sarah, Fec., p.26, 101
Furr, Rise, Jr., p. 48,46,138
Galbreath, Lauretha, Fr., p. 68
Gelbreath. Regina, Soph., p. 59
Galbraath, Tyrone, Jr., p. 48,153,178,113,
Gamble, Jerri, Sr., p. 34, 106, 125
Gandy, Debbie, Fac., p. 26
Gonshor, Jerry, Soph., p. 59
Gardner, Carol, Soph., p. 59
Gandner, Randy, Jr., p. 48
Garret, Anite, Sr., p. 34
Galewood, Bonnie, Soph., p. 128
Gatewood, Cynthia, Fr., p. 68
Gebur, William, Jr., p. 48
Genn, Pamela, Soph., p. 59
Gentry, Leslie, Jr., p. 49, 156, 138
Gentry, Mary, Sr., p. 34
Geoplert, Kelli, Soph., p. 59, 85
George, Kevin, Soph., p. 59
Gibson, Shari, Soph., p. 59, 131
Gibson, Tony, Fr., p. 68
Gilbert, Jett, Jr., p. 49
Gillam, Mark, Soph., p. 59, 178
Gillin, Linda, Soph., p. 59
Gillesgie, John, Sr., p. 34, 153, 104, 195
Glass, Jennie, Fr., p. 88, 130
Glidden, Nancy, Jr., p. 49
Glidden, Wayne, Sr., p. 34, 120
Gott, Jackie, Fr., p. 88
Gonshor, Jerry, Soph., p. 178, 186
Gonshor, John, Fr., p. 68, 178
Goodmiller, Janis,Jr., p. 49, 135, 108
Goodmiller, Kevin, Fr., p. 68
Goodson, Lonnie, Soph., p. 59
Goodwin, Randy, Sr., p. 34, 38, 144, 189
Gowens, Slacy, Fr., p. 86, 69, 120, 122
Gowsnse, Vickie, Soph., p. 59, 113
Gracey, Tony, Jr., p.49,176,105,186
Graham, Cindy Sr., p, 33,162,138,108,
1 96, 198
Grant, Tammy, Fr., p. 68, 68
Grau, Bobby, Fr., p. 68
Grau, Debbie, Sr., p. 34
Grau, Sandra, Fr., p. 88
Gray, Joe, Fr., p. 88
Gray, Karen, Sr., p. 34
Gray, Robyn, Fr., p. 68
Gray, Steven, Jr.. p. 49
Grell, Staci, Fr., p. 88,71
Green, Eugene, Soph., p. 59
Green, Glenda, Sr., p. 34, 105
Green, Tammy, Fr., p. 88
Green, Terry, Soph., p. S9
Graene, Ksrl, Fr., p. 68
Greenroyd, Cindy, Jr., p. 49, 128
Grittith, Marian, Jr., p. 49
Griggs, Petey, Fac., p. 28, 213
Grimes, Kelly, Jr., p. 49
Grove, Jan, Jr., p. 48, 49,144
Groves, Tina, Fr., p. 68, 68
Groves, Vanessa, Sr., p. 34, 41, 88, 162,
Grubb, Brett, Sr., p. 34,43, 120
Gumm, Donald, Sr., p. 34
Grummer, Kielh, Sr., p. 35, 142
Grusendort, Greg, Fr., p. 120
Hadley, Dolla, Fac., p. 26, 28
Halasec, David, Sr., p. 34
Haley, Brett, Sr., p. 35
Hall, Brian, Soph., p. 59, 105
Hall, Jay, Jr., p. 49
Hall, Kay, Sr., p. 35, 151, 111
Hall, Pay, Sr.. p. 35, 131
Hallcway, Laura, Sr., p. 36
Hamby, Paula, Jr.. p. 49
Hamilton. Susan, Soph., p.59,131
Hamm, Roxann, Sr., p. 35, 43, 155, 133
Hammonds, Cynthia, Fac., p. 28
Hammuntrae, Billy. Soph., p. 59, 118
Hanlan, Tobl, Jr., p. 49,46,106,114,131
Hanley, Roger, Sr., p. 35, 43
Harding, Vickie, Sr., p. 35, 105, 125
Harman, David, Sr., p. 35
Harmen, Karen, Sr., p. 35
Harmon, Troy, Soph., p. 59
Humphries, Randy, Soph., p. 60
Hunt, Teresa, Sr., p. 36
Hurry, Greg, Sr., p. 38
Hurst, Donna, Sr., p. 36
Hutton, Deedre, Soph., p. 57, 60
lngersole, Angela, Jr., p. 49
Ingram, Mike, Fr., p. 120
lrick, Becky, Jr., p. 49, 46. 125
Irving, Tim, Jr., p. 36, 142
Irwin, William, Soph., p. 38
Jacobs, Charlene, Sr., p. 24, 36
Jacabs, Cynthia, Jr., p. 52, 138
Jernigan, Reginald, Fr., p. 70
Jenkins, Richard, Fr., p. 70, 71
Jonas, Linda, Fr., p. 70
Jones, Morris, Fr., p. 70
Jackson, Martin, Soph., p. 60
Jackson, Rocky, Jr., p. 49
Harris, Cheryl, p.196,197,199
Harris,Dor1ha, Soph., p. 59
inda, Sr., P.35,84,100,125
Harris,Jimm ,Sr., .35
Harris. Lisa, Soph., p. 59
uke, Fac., p. 26, 173, 120, 186
Harrison, Brian, Jr., p. 120
Harrison. Bruce, Jr., p. 125
Sr. .35 125
I P I
Hawkins, Mark, Jr., p. 49, 111
Hartson, Steven, Soph., p. 59
Haskins, Dennis, Jr., p. 49, 120
Hatlield, Leaknne, Jr., p. 49
Jacquinet, Jane, Soph., p. 60, 113
James, Terie, Soph., p. 80
Janway, Kennith, Soph., p. 60, 120, 189
Jellars, Angel, Soph., p. 60
Jellars, Greg, Jr., p. 1 13
Jellereon, Kelly, Jr., p. 49, 125
Jemison, Denna, Soph., p. 60
Jamison, Diana, Soph., p. 60
Jenkins, Robin, Soph., p. 60
Jenks, Janet, Soph., p. 80
Jennings, Dena, Soph., p. 60
Johnson, Clarence, Soph., p. 60
Johnson, Alphonso, Soph., p. 60, 130
Harvey, Belinda, Jr., p. 49, 84,125
Harwood, Bill, Fac., p. 28
Haskins, Patricia, Sr., p. 35, 88, 125
Hawkins, Mark, Jr., p. 131, 195
Hayes, Brett. Soph., p. 59, 190
Hayes, Loneta, Fac., p. 28
Haynes, Cecille, Jr., p. 49, 113
Haynes, Linda, Sr., p. 35, 104
Haynes, Sarah, Sr., p. 35
Haynes, Sidney, Soph., p. 59
Hazelrigg, Phillip. Soph., p. 59
Heath, Tim, Sr., p. 35
Haaron, Linda, Fr., p. 68
Heath, Diana,Jr., p. 49
Hellin, Brent, Soph., p. 59
Hefner, Scott, Jr., p. 49
Hegner, Tama, Fr., p. 122
Heirston, Pete, Jr., p. 49, 55, 153, 176
Heistand, Douglas, Jr., p. 49
Hemie, Tony, Fr., p. 176
Henderson, Edward, Sr., p. 35
Henderson, Eva, Soph., p. 59
Henderson, Larry, Soph., p. 59, 195
Henderson, Mark, Sr., p. 35
Henderson, Susan, Jr., p. 49, 48,101,104,
106. 1 09, 1 1 1
Hendrix, Frances, Fac., p. 26, 29, 127, 212
Henry, Carl, Soph., p. 59, 179, 190
Hensley, Jason, Fr., p. 75
Henson, Brenda, Jr., p. 49
Hererd, Karen, Soph., p. 59
Hernandez, Merce, Sr., p. 35
Hewitt, Tony, Soph., p. 59, 120
Hibdon, Richard, Jr., p. 49
Hickman, Terry, Jr., p. 49
Hicks, Carla, Fr., p. 130
Hicks, Greg, Jr., p. 49
Hicks, Kevin, Sr., p. 35
Hicks, Ricky, Sr., p. 38
Higgens, Dennis, Sr., p. 36
Higgins, Beverly, Sr., p. 30, 36, 117, 125
Higgins, Sherry, Sr., p. 36, 120
Hildbert, Linde, Sr. p. 38
Hills, Chip, Soph., p. 65, 95, 176
Hill, Kenneth, Sr., p. 36
Hill, Mark, Sr., p. 36
Hinman, Larry, Sr., p. 38,149
Hinman, Randy, Jr., p. 49
Hise, Kevin, Sr., p. 38
Hix, Randy, Fr., p. 83
Hoard, Gloria, Soph., p. 59
Hooker, Debra, Soph., p. 59
Hollman, Arbeecher, Fac., p. 27, 1 13
Holden, Elaine, Jr., p. 49
Holden, Virginia, Soph., p. 59, 197
Hollingshead, Neal, Jr., p. 49,106,120
Holmes, Lesa, Soph., p. 59
Hodd, Steve, Soph., p. 59
Honee, Greg, Soph., p. 59
Johnson. Clarice, Jr., p. 113
Johnson, Clerk, Fr., p. 70, 182
Johnson, Kim, Sr., p.37, 106,125
Johnson, Lathon. Fac., p. 27
Johnson, Pam, Sr., p. 37
Johnson, Pam, Jr., p. 49
Johston, Lisa, Jr., p. 114, 131
Author, Soph., p. 80, 78
Jody, Sr., p. 37, 127
Dwight, Fac., p. 23
Janet, Fac., p. 24, 113
Johnney, Soph., p. 60
Marquita, Jr., p. 50
Robert, Fr., p. 70
Jones, Robert, Soph., p. 60
Jones, Sarah, Fac., p. 27
Jones, Tammy, Soph., p. 131
Teresa, Soph., p. 80
Michael, sr., p. :ir
Mike, Sr., p. 37
Jordon, Anita, Sr., p. 37, 125
Jones, Rowena, Jr., p. 50
Jones, Sharlithe, Sr., p. 37
Jones, Tenia, Sr., p. 37, 125
Joseph, Wanda, Jr., p. 50
Julian, Pamela, Soph., p. 60, 84, 125, 105
Julian, Tammy, Soph.,p.60,105,111,125
Justice, Dane, Soph., p. 60
Kane, Paul, Soph., p. 60
Kastner, Randy, Jr., p. 50
Kaasler, Buster, Soph., p. 60, 172, 176, 189
Keel, Tracy, Jr., p. 50
Kelly, Thomas, Jr., p. 50
Kelly, Gail, Fr., p. 70
Keen, Randy, Sr., p. 37
Keener, Dennis, Jr., p. 48
Khauvey, Herbert, Jr., p. 111, 142
Keener, Roy, Sr., p. 37
Keester, Jettery, Soph., p. 60, 176, 192
Keaton, Cindy, Soph., p. 60
Kenyon, Beverly, Sr., p. 37, 125
Kicklighter, Daniel, Fr., p. 70
Kidd, Gary, Fr., p. 70
Kidd, Terry, Jr., p. 50
Kilgor, Scott, Sr., p. 37. 190
Kimberling, Mark, Fr., p. 70
King, Bobbie, Soph., p. 60, 113, 131
King, Dana, Jr., p. 50, 122, 196, 197.198,
King, Darla, Jr., p. 50. 122, 125
King, David, Jr., p. 50, 142
King, Jimmy, Sr., p. 37, 36
King, Leonard, Fr., p. 70
King, Ralph, Fac., p. 27, 108
King, Steve, Soph., D-50,120
Hook, Phillip. Soph., p. 59, 178, 164,186
Hook, Rhonda, Fr., p. 68
Hopkins, Teresa, Soph., p. 60
Horn, Bonnie, Soph., p. 60,131
,r L. D., Fac., p. 27, 101
Housley, Joni, Sr., p. 36, 128
Housley, June. Soph., p. 60, 198
,PameIe, Soph., p. 60, 120
,Patsie, Sr., p. 36,167
Howard, Rhonda, Fr., p. 130
Hubbard, Anne, Sr., p. 38,49, 113,125
Hubbard, Katie, Soph., p. 60, 120
Hubble, Kevin. Sr., p. 36
Hucksbay. Myles, Soph., p. 80
Huddleston, Wayne, Jr., p. 49, 176
Hudson, Mala, Jr., p. 49
Hutt, Glenn, Soph., p. 60
Hultmen, Jackie, Soph., p. 59, 60, 65, 1 14,
Hughes, Larry, Sr., p. 38, 130
Hughes, Stewart, Jr., p. 49
Hume, Wanda, Fac., p. 27, 212
Humphrey, Marge, Fac., p. 21
Kirby, Robert, Sr., p. 37, 149
Kirby, Sammy, Jr., p. 50, 195
Kirkpatrick, Clay, Sr., p. 37
Kirkpatrick, Jimmy, Fr., p. 70
Kirkpatrick, Steve, Soph., p. 60
Kling, Kristy, Soph., p. 60, 131
Knapp. Ricky, Soph., p. 80. 175
Knety, Terry, Sr., p. 37
Knight, David, Sr., p. 37, 42, 153,106
Knight, Larry, Jr., p. 50, 189
Knight, Robin, Jr., p. 50, 149
Knost, Julie, Soph., p. 60
Konechnay, Darren, Fr., p. 70, 68
Konechnay, Terry, Jr., p. 50
Kraptl, Terrie, Jr., p. 50. 125
Kraemer, Ftuth,Fac.,p.27,114, 117
Kralik, William, Jr.. p. 78, 175, 179
Kramer, Foster, Sr., p. 37, 81
Kramer, Kenneth. Fr., p. 70
Kramer, Peggy, Soph., p. 60
Kuehne, Ladd, Soph., p. 60
Kuteii, Robin, Sr., p. 37
Kyle, Eddie, Jr., p. 50
Lacy, Bill, Sr., p. 37, 99, 109,105
Lakin, Mark, Sr., p. 38
Lambert, Jerry, Jr., p. 50
Lambeth, David, Jr., p. 50,172,175,106,
114. 1 88, 189
Lambert, Jerry, Jr., p. 50
Lambeth, Lou Ann, Soph., p. 60
Lambeth, Ronald, Soph., p. 61, 62
Landt, Roger, Jr., p. 50
Lantz, Sheri, Fr., p. 70
Lane, Leon, Soph., p. 61
Langston, Brenda, Jr., p. 50,117
Langley, David, Jr., p. 50, 108
Lerue, Tim, Fr., p. 70
Laskey, Rose, Sr., p. 38, 61
Laskey, Jannette, Soph., p. 81
Laskey, Janey, Soph., p. 61. 131
Latham, Marquel, Sr., p. 93
Lawrence, Larnell, Fr., p. 70
Lawrence, Telmadge, Sr., p. 38, 113
Lavearance, Robert, Soph., p. 61, 175. 120
Leach, Denise. Fr., p. 70
Lee, Melissa, Sr., p. 38
Lee, Michall, Jr., p. 50
Lee, Mrs. Rubye, Fac., p. 20
Lee, William, Soph., p. 81
Leonard, Eric, Fr., p. 70
Leonard, Jeanne, Fr., p. 70, 105
Leonard, Jimmy, Soph., p. 61, 86
Leonard, Richard, Jr., p. 50
Letts, Cheryl, Sr., p. 38
Leverett, Kenneth, Fr., p. 70, 192
Lewis, Sheile, Jr., p. 50
Lewis, Sheryl, Sr., p. 38, 30
Lindsay, Greg, Fr., p. 70,176
Lindsay, Jett, Fr., p. 70,176
Lindsay, Marti, Fr., p. 70
Lindsey, Mike, Sr., p. 38, 127
Lincoln, Linda, Fac., p. 27, 29
Lindsay, Mark, Fr., p. 176
Linclult, Robin, Sr., p. 38, 31, 109,108,214
Linn, Dane, Jr., p. 50, 48
Linthicam, Mark, Jr., p. 50
Little, Tina, Sr., p. 38, 123,'122, 125,198,
1 97, 198, 199
Littleton, Roy, Sr., p. 38
Lltterell, Candice, Soph., p. 61
Logan, Van, Soph., p. 61,1B4.176, 186
Logstan, Vanda, Sr., p. 38
Long, Morene, Fac., p. 27
Longnecker, Gina, Fr., p. 70
Lookabaugh, Cindy, Soph., p. 61, 117
Lookabaugh, Lori, Sr., p. 38, 34, 117, 106
Lookaby, Tammy, Fr., p. 70
Losch, Robert, Fac., p. 28
Love, Chuck. Soph., p. 81
Lovelady, Eddie, Fr., p. 70
Loveless, Kim, Sr., p. 38, 117
Lowder, Janice, Soph., p. 81
Lowe, Becky, Fac., p. 27
Lowman, Darren, Jr., p. 50
Lumen, Dennis, Sr., p. 38
Lund, Ralph, Sr., p. 38
Lunslord, Donna, Soph., p. 61, 105
Lunslord, Lisa, Jr., p. 50, 109,106
Lusk, Randy, Sr., p. 38,117.111
Lyan, Mark, Sr., p. 38
Lydsy, Marcus, Fac., p. 27
Lyon, Rex, S0911--ll 61
Lyons, Mark, Fac., p. 27, 175
Magruder, Dana, Sr., p. 39, 138,156
Maize, Keri, Jr., p. 50
Maldonado, John, Sr., p. 38
Malonly, Steve, Fr., p. 70, 109
Manek, Deborah, Jr., p. 50
Manek, Tony, Fr., p. 70, 95
Manuel, Larry, Sr., p. 38, 120
Manuel, Tommy, Sr., p. 39, 83, 109,125
Marble, Beverly, Soph., p. 61,122,198,
Marshall, Dale, Sr., p. 32, 39, 104, 117, 142
Martin, Allen, Fr., p. 70, 176
Martin, Evevett, Jr., p. 50
Martin, Melody, Fr., p. 70
Martin, Regents, Fr., p. 70, 197
Marx, Daniel, Fr., p. 70,192
Marx, Steven, Soph., p. 61, 120
Mason, Carol, Sr., p. 39, 125
Massey, Britt, Jr., p. 50
Mastin, Tony, Soph., p. 61, 195
Mathews, Debbie, Sr., p. 39
Mathews, Teresa, Sr., p. 39
Mathis, Florence, Soph., p. 61 , 1 25,195
Mathis, Roger, Jr., p. 49,51
Mauldin, Gary, Fr., p. 70
Mauldin, Judith, Jr., p. 51
Maxwell, Leslie, Soph., p. 81
Maxwell. Ouintin, Jr., p. 51, 55
Maynard. William, Jr., p. 51,120
Mayo, Steve, Sr., p. 39, 42, 182
Mears, Douglass, Jr., p. 51, 78
Melton, Randy, Fr., p. 71
Melvin, Scott, Fr., p. 71
Melvin, Teresa, Soph., p. 61
Menelee, Jimmy, Jr., p. 51, 178
Meredith, Robin, Jr., p. 51, 192
Metheny, Don, Fac., p. 27
Metheny, Skip, Fac., p. 27
Meyer, Danny, Jr., p. 51, 120
Micul, Anita, Fr., p. 71
Midgett, Joseph, Soph., p. 61, 1 78
Mikeman, Kip, Soph., p. 81
Milam, Vickie, Sr., p. 39, 43
Miller, Ann, Sr., p. 32, 39, 138, 214
Miller, Brian, Soph., p. 61
Index ' 201
Noble, Jana, Fr., p. 71
Miller, Lera, Fr., p. 11
Miller, Kelly, Fr., p. 71
Mlms, Donnie, Sr., a. 39
Minson, Gina, Soph., p. 61
Mizs, Roy, Sr., p. 39
Moen, Timothy, Jr., p. 51, 195
Mohaln, John, Fac., p. 24, 113, 212
Mohr, David, Sr., p. 39
Moland, Jerry, Sr., p. 39,66
Mollman, Mark, Sr., p. 34
Monahan, Bill, Fr., p. 71
Monde, Paul, Soph., p. 61
Moody, Janice, Sr., p. 39
Moon, Jerry, Jr., p. 51
Mooney, Dennls, Sr., p. 39, 117, 213
Moore, Charlotte, Sr., p. 39
Moore, Rlcky, Jr., p. 106
Mouok, Danny, Sr., p. 39
Mora, Sylvia, Soph., p. 61 . 184
Morlva, David, Fac., p. 27
Moreno, Carol, Sr., p. 40
, Phyllis, Soph., p. 61, 85.113, 198
, Sharon, Soph., p. 61
, Steve, Sr., p. 127
Greg, Sr., p. 40,125,100
Joe, Sr., p. 40
Mike, Fr., p. 71
Morphis, Gay, Soph., p. 60
Morphls, Jerry, Sr., p. 40, 43,117
Morris, Leonard, Fr., p. 71
Morris, Melody, Fr., p. 71
Morrison, Bessie, Soph., p. 61
Morrison, Janis, Jr., p. 46
Morse, Otto, Fac., p. 27
Mosher, Mark, Soph., p. 61
Mctsenbocksr, Dwayne, Soph., p. 61
Motaenbocker, Shelly, Soph., p. 61, 192
Mounttord, Mark., Sr., p. 40
Mouser, Janls, Sr., p. 40
Moss, Alan, Fr., p. 71
Mowles, Darrell, Jr., p. 54,109
Moye, Anthony, Jr., p. 51.113, 105
Moye, Wallace, Fr., p. 71
Mullinax, Michele, Fr., p. 71, 120, 125
Mulllnax, Wllllsm, Jr., p. 51 , 120
winnings, Klmberly, sepia., p. 61
Mulzet, Charles, Fr., p. 71
Munat, Gene, Fr., p. 11, 109
Munlord, Claude, Sr., p. 40
Murphy, Lee, Sr., p. 40
Murray, Jimmy, Fr., p. 11
Murray, Stephanie, Fr., p. 71
Muse, Glna, Jr., p. 51
Myer, Danny, Jr., p. 120
Myers, Donna, Soph., p. 61
Myers, Kathy, Sr., p. 40
Myers, Pat, Sr., p. 40
Myers, Rhonda, Fr., p. 71
McAllester, Darrell, Fr., p. 70
McCain. Bob, Fac., p. 23,66
McCain. VI., Soph., p. 61
McCaIlster, Glorla, Fsc.
McCaiII, James, Jr., p. 50,106
McCsmpbell, Carl, Soph., p. 61
McCathem, David, Fr., p. 70
McCatharine, Tim, Soph., p. 120
McCreight, Wallace, Soph., p. 62
McCain, Karan, Fr., p. 70
McConaghIe, Terri, Jr., p. 50
McComack, Rodney, Fr., p. 70
ncfowen, Candy, Soph., p. 61, 192,197,
McCoy, Mary, .rr., p. 12a
McCoy, Tammy, p. 191
McCuIIogh, Anita, p. 39,114
McDaniel, Cheryl, Jr., p. 50, 125
McDaniel, Donna, Sr., p. 39, 106, 125
McDsnlsl, Janet, Soph., p. 62
McDonald, Robin, Fr., p, 70, 66
McDougal, Brian, Soph., p. 62, 176
McDowell, Leland, Sr., p. 39, 195
McDowell, Ronald, Soph., p. 62, 195
McGee, Porter, Sr., p. 39,113
Mclntire, Dinah, Soph., p. 62
Mclntyrs, Gayta, Jr., p. 50
McKee, Jeanne, Jr., p. 50, 125
McKee, Jett, Fr., p. 70, 11, 176
McKee, Sus, Sr., p. 39, 50, 46, 125
McLaughlin, Richard, Fr., p. 71
McLeod, Darlene, Fac., p. 27
McLennan, Nlkkl, Jr., p. 50, 106,114
McMillan, Kaltly, Fr., p. 11
McMurtry, Linda, Jr., p. 50, 49, 106
McNabb, David, Fr., p. 71
202 ' Index
McNess, Dana, Fr., p. 11
nolds, Ricky, Soph., p. 62,120
Nall, Chris, Fr., p. 71
Nance, Greg, Sr., p. 40
Nance, Jimmy, Fr., p. 130
Nance, Lori, Soph., p. 62
Napier, Teresa, Soph., p. 62, 59, 85, 114
, James, Sr., p. 40, 127, 120
James Fr p.71
rro, , .,
Nelson, Jell, Fr., p. 71
Nelson, Ned, Fac., p. 28
Nero, Latitia, Fr., p. 71
Nero, Mike, Fac., p. 27
Nichols, Bobby, Sr., p. 120
Nichols, Diana, Soph., p. 62
Niles, Pam, Sr., p. 40
Randy, Sr., p. 40
Nokes, Jett, Soph., p. 62, 111
David, Sr., p. 40
Mark, Sr., p. 40
Norris, Vickie, Soph., p. 62
Norman, Ted, Jr., p. 51, 176,105,180
Null, Tobi, Fr., p. 71
Nunley, Roxanne, Jr., p. 51
Nunn, James, Jr., p. 51
Oaks, Walter, Sr., p. 40, 117,111,211
Sandra, Jr., p. 51, 46
0'Daniell, Soph., p. 62, 120, 131
Otticer, Cheryl, Sr., p. 40
Ogbum, Sandra, Soph., p. 65
Ogg, Linda, Fr., p. 11
Roger, Fr., p. 11, 66
Orr, Anita, Soph., p. 62
Orr, Beverly, Jr., p. 51, 76
Orr, Teresa, Fr., p. 71
Orr, Rhonda, Jr., p. 51 , 46,136,105
Ortiz, Joe, Fr., p. 11
Otley, Janette, Sr., p. 40
Ovarstreet, Connie, Fac., p. 21, 99
Overstreet, Karla, Jr., p. 51, 136, 120
Owens, Beverly, Soph., p. 62
Paddlety. Donna, Jr., p. 51, 122, 125, 197,
I, Cathy. Jr., p. 51,111
Parish, Ladonna, Fr., p. 11 , 66,130,196
Parish, Sheila, Jr., p. 51 , 130, 106, 196
Parker, Annette, Fr., p. 11
Parker, Kim, Jr., p. 51 , 120,113
Parker, Michelle, Fr., p. 71
Parker, Vicky, Fac., p. 21, 29, 66, 122, 106,
Parks, Danny, Fr., p. 71
Parks, Brien, Soph., p. 24, Parks, 1'helma, Fac., p. 24
Parton, Valdina, Soph., p. 62
Passmore, Cleelis, Soph., p. 62
Patterson, Andy, Soph., p. 120
Patton, Diane, Fr., p. 71, 130
Patton, Jana, Sr., p. l0,169, 125
Patton, Leigh, Jr.. p. 51, 78, 46
Patton, Terry, Sr., p. 40
odney, Soph., p. 62,176
n, Catharine, Soph., p. 82
Pearson, Mike, Fr., p. 71
Peck, Tessie, Sr., p. 41
y, Ronald, Fac., p. 27, 113
Penn, Marchetta, Soph., p. 62, 105
Perry, Gary, Sr., p. 41
Perry, Gary, Jr., p. 51 , 81,111
Psrakis, Mary, Sr., p. 41 , 45, 125, 215
Perdeu, Donna, Jr., p. 51
Perry, Lori, Soph., p. 9, 62
Pham, Bro, Jr., p. 51
Phelps, Nancy, Fac., p. 21, 109
Phillips, Carla, Jr., p. 51
Phillips, Debbie, Sr., p. 41
Phillips, Debbie, Jr., p. 51
Phillips, Glenda, Sr., p. 41
Phillips, Jetl, Soph., p. 62
Phillips, Jerry, Jr., p. 51
Phillips, Judy, Soph., p. 62, 60
Phillips, Shelley, Sr., p. 41, 169
Phillips, Tammy, Jr., p. 51,131
Pickle, Bill, Fr., p. 71, 176
Pickle, Kristie, Soph., p. 62, 101, 135
Pierce, Bill, Sr., p. 41
Pierce, Russell, Fr., p. 71
Pilgrim, Patricia, Sr., p. 41, 127
Pin, Peggy, Fac., p. 21
Pitts, Deborah, Fr., p. 11
Plunkett, David, Fr., p. 72
Polk, Phillip, Jr., p. 51
Polly, Andrew, Fr., p. 12
Pollac, Andrew, Fr., p. 12
Pollock, Stacey, Fr., p. 72
Pons, Anthony, Jr., p. 51
Poole, Kathy, p. 62
Pool, Mark, Jr., p. 51
Pool, Paul, Sr., p. 41, 34
Pool, Ray, Jr., p. 51,55,147,125
Porter, David, Sr., p. 41
Porlor, Manley, Soph., p. 82
Porter, Susan, Fr., p. 72
Pound, Steve, Jr., p. 51
Powell, Jerry, Fr., p. 72
Porvell, Randy, Jr., p. 51, 49
Powell, Ronald, Soph., p. 62, 120
Pratt, LaKeta, Fr., p. 72
Preston, Tommy, Soph., p. 61 , 125
Price, Karen, Jr., p. 51,126
Pritchard, Connie, Fr., p. 12
Proctor, Dennis, Soph., p. 62, 116
Pulley, Harriet, Fac., p. 24, 106
Quintero, Cindy, Fr., p. 72, 196,197
Qulntane, Lewis, Fac., p. 27, 120, 176
Radlger, Cassandra, Fr., p. 72
Raiden, David, Jr., p. 52
Rainbow, Charles, Jr., p. 52, 105
Rains, Dale, Jr., p. 119, 130,125
Rains, Sherri, Fr., p. 72
Rains, Staci, Fr., p. 72,71,130
Rains, Robert, Soph., p. 62
Rains, Robert, Jr., p. 52
Rakes, Tim, Sr., p. 41
Ramirez, Femando, Soph., p. 82
Ramirez, Tulio, Sr., p. 41 , 142, 111, 105
Ramsay, Gregg, Soph., p. 62
Ramsey, Jackie, Fr., p. 72
Ramsey, Randall, Fr., p. 12, 95
Randolph, Maria, Sr., p. 41, 109
Randolph, Sidney, Soph., p. 62
Raprich. Charles, Sr., p. 41 , 109, 106, 1 25
Ray, Beverly, Jr., p. 52
Ray, Delbert, Soph., p. 62
Ray, Karen, Fr., p. 62
Ray, Lawanda, Jr., p. 52,131
Ray, Sharon, Jr., p. 52
Ray, Sheila, Sr., p. 41
Rea, Kari, Sr., p. 41, 45,31,125
Rea, Steven, Fr., p. 72
Reagan, Tamara, Jr., p. 52
Reece, Dwight, Jr., p. 52
Reece, Stacey, Jr., p. 52, 186, 182
Reece, Steve, Fr., p. 12
Reed, Cindy, Soph., p. 62,65,136
Reed, Gene, Sr., p. 41, 40
Reeder, Cheryl, Soph., p. 62,125
Reeve,s Carrie, Soph., p. 62, 131
Reeves, Karen, Fr., p. 12
Reeves, Vonla, Fr., p. 72
Reid, Jay, Sr., p. 41, 144, 169
Reid, Susan, Sr., p. 41, 45,31
Reiss, Brian, Jr., p. 52, 109
Renter, Jeanette, Fr., p. 72
Revels, Jay, Fr., p. 130
Retter, Donald, Soph., p. 62, 105
Rex, Kellie, Soph,, p. 63
Reynolds, James, Jr., p. 52, 195
Rhodes, Gene, Jr., p. 52
Rhodes, Kenny, Jr., p. 52
Rhodes, Terry, Soph., p. 63
Rhone, Glenda, Fr., p. 72
Rich, Don, Jr., p. 52
Richards, Jesse, p. 63
Richardson, Brett, Sr., p. 41
Richardson, Dana, Soph., p. 83
Richardson, Mark, Jr., p.52,125
Richardson, Shari, Soph., p. 63
Rickets, Jay, Soph., p. 105, 63
Rickarts, Jerry, Fac., p. 111, 211
Riddle, Terri, Jr., p. 52
Riddle, Victoria, Fr., p. 72
Ridley, Carolyn, Soph., p. 63
Ridley, Deloris, Fr., p. 72
Riley, Craig, Jr., p. 52, 120
Riley, Kari, Fr., p. 12, 120
Rivers, David, Fr., p. 72
Roberson, Brenda, Fac., p. 27
107, 176. 1
James, Jr.,p.52, 160,114.1
Roberson, Laaly, Jr., p. 52, 46, 144, 175,
Roberson, Melvin, Soph., p. 63, 57, 164,
1 76, 120
Roberts, Cathy, Fr., p. 72
Roberts, Delores, Fr., p. 12, 125
Roberts, Pam, Sr., p. 41
Roberta, Pamela, Soph., p. 63,113
Roberts, Susan, Soph., p. 63, 65
Roberts, Tammie, Jr.,p.49, 130
Robertson, James, Fr., p. 72
Robertson, Jamie, Fr., p. 72
Robinson, Latunia, Soph., p. 63, 59
Robinson, Elijah, Fr., p. 72
Robinson, Melita, Sr., p. 42, 169, 113, 105,
Robinson, Victor, Fr., p. 72
Robinson, Denise, Sr., p. 42, 117,106,125
Robinson, Lisa, Jr., p. 52
Robles, Thomas, Soph., p. 63, 125
Roby, Joan, Fr., p. 72
Roddy, Ronald, Jr., p. 52
Rodgers, Jett, Fr., p. 71 , 176
Rodgers, Sandra, Fr., p. 72, 198
Rodriguez, Diana, Sr., p. 125
mare, Fr., p. 12
Rogers, Clint, Sr., p. 42,195
Rogers, Jett, Fr., p. 12
Rogers, Susan, Fr., p. 72
Rogers, Titlany, Fr., p. 72
Root, David, Fr., p. 72, 71
Rose, Dennis, Jr., p. 52
ie, Soph., p. 63
Rosebrook, Gerald, Jr., p. 52, 166
Ross, Bobby, Fr., p. 72
l, Sr., p. 42
Ross, Elizabeth, Sr., p. 42
Ross, Mary, Sr., p. 42, 125
Ross, Michael, Soph., p. 63, 120
Ross, Ricky, Sr., p. 42
nd, Fac., p. 27,180,182
Ross, Terry, Fr., p. 72,66
Rotrock, Cindy, Jr., p. 52
Rowden, Justine, Sr., p. 42
Rowlan, Michael, Sr., p. 42, 106
Rowland, Anthony, Sr., p. 42
Rowland, Charles, Soph., p. 63, 95, 160
Rowland, Cindy, Jr., p. 52, 46, 135
Rozin, Michael, Sr., p, 42
Roz1ell,Sabra, Fr., p. 72
Rushing, Denise, Jr., p. 52
Rushing, Kathy, Soph., p. 63
Rushing, Kevin, Soph., p. 63
Russell, Darla, Soph., p. 63
Russell, Denise, Sr., p. 42, 105
Russell, Kathy, Jr., p. 52, 46,136
Rust, Tina, Jr., p. 52, 46,105
Ruth, Gaylin, Jr., p. 52, 149
Ruth, Terry, Sr., p. 42
Ruthledge, Brent, Fr., p. 73
Ruyle, Robin, Soph., p. 63
Ruze, Ronald, Soph., p. 63
San Antonic, Rebecca, Fr., p. 73, 75
Sanders, Gerald, Fr., p. 13
Sanders, Gary, Fr., p. 73
Sanders, Patty, Fr., p. 73, 197
Sandy, Darrell, Fr., p. 73
Scoggin, Danyl, Fr., p. 73
Steyr, Ronnis, Sr., p. 44, 41
Slcyr, Tommy, Soph., p. 64, 66, 122
Sampson, MickaeI,Sopl1., p. 83, 120
Sandeter, Bill, Jr., p. 46, 52
Sanders, Jett, Jr., p. 52
Sanders. Scott, Sr., p. 42, 190
Savage, John, Fac., p. 23, 21, 120, 175
Savage, Ronald, Jr., p. 52, 55
Saylor, James, Fr., p. 13
Schilling, Bridgette, Sr., p. 42, 117
Schilling, Dori, Sr., p. 42, 122, 197, 199
Schlegal, Dennis, Sr., p. 42, 127
Schmitt, Jayne, Soph., p. 63, 125
Scholield, Eileen, Fac., p. 27
Schoelen, Lisa, Fr., p. 73
Scholen, John, Jr., p. 52, 109,108
Francine, Sr., p. 42
Schuerhot1,Kattiy, Fr., p. 73
David, Sr., p. 42
Scilirea, James, Soph., p. 63
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Scott, Rebecca, Soph., p. 63, 120
ard. Jr.. p. 46,52
Sells, Eddie, Fr., p. 73
Sellers, Veronica, Sr., p. 42, 156,160
Sell, Terri, Jr., p. 88, 73
Seright, Katherine, Fr., p. 73
Senell, Elizabeth, Fr., p. 52, 113
Sewell, Ronald, Soph., p. 63
Seymaur, Thomas, Soph., p. 63
Shamblin, Johnni, Soph., p. 63,130
Shanbour, Kamal, Fac., p. 26
Shannon, Jack, Sr., p. 43
Shannon, Patricia, Fr., p. 73, 197
Shannon, Richy, Sr., p. 43
Sharpe, Renee, Jr., p. 46, 52, 135, 109
Shaw, Ronald, Soph., p. 63
Shettield. Connie, Fr., p. 73
Shetlield, Deanna, Sr., p. 43
Shelly, Evelyn, Fac., p. 28, 85. 135
Shelton, Barbara, Jr., p. 52
Shelton, Jell, Fr., p. 73, 192
Shepherd, Daniel, Fr., p. 73, 105, 195
Sherilerd, Pamela, Fr., p. 73
Shepard, Tamale, Soph., p. 63, 125, 167,
Shephard, Jerry, Soph., p. 63
Sherrill, Carla, Jr., p. 46, 52, 138
Sherrill, Gregory, Jr., p. 52
Shipman, Debra, Fr., p. 73
Shipman, Tina, Sr., p. 43
Shipman, Kellye, Sr., p. 43, 114
Short, John, Sr., p. 43
Shunkwiler, Pam, Sr., p. 43
Simmons, Wadese, Fr., p. 73
Simpson, Nancy, Fr., p. 73
Sickles, Harvey, Fr., p. 73, 178
Skidmore, James, Jr., p. 52, 189
Mark, Fr., p. 73,176, 186
Cheryl, Fr., p. 73, 68, 101, 196
Cynthia, Fr., p. 73
Darrell, Fr., p. 73, 116
Darrell, Jr., p. 53
Diane, Sr., p. 43,111
David, Soph., p. 63, 195
Stark, Danny, Sr., p. 120
Starke, Robert, Fac., p. 28.119, 175, 179
Stasyazen, Charles, Fr., p. 74
Stasyozen, Teresa, Sr., p. 43
Stearman, Karen, Sr., p. 44, 125
Steele, Karen, Fr.. p. 74
Stephens, Cardella, Soph., p. 64
Stephens, Gailene, Soph., p. 64
Stephenson, Jett, Fr., p. 74
Stepheny, Jimmy. Jr., p. 53
Stepney, Larry, Fr., p. 74
Stepney, Pauline, Fr., p. 74
Stevenson, Jana, Fr., p. 74
Stewart, Debbie, Jr., p. 53
Stewart, Ellen, Sr., p. 111
Stewart, Rhea. Sr., p. 44
Stewart, Vickie, Fac., p. 28, 88
Stone. Connie, Soph., p. 64, 1 13
Stone, Patricia, Sr., p. 44
Stone, Ted, Sr., p. 44
Story, Bryan, Fr., p. 74, 109
Stout, Bobbi, Jr., p. 53, 86, 125
Straka, Lisa. Soph., p. 64, 57, 144
Street, Gene. Jr., p. 1 1 1
Strider, Teddy, Soph., p. 64, 120
Stringer, Barry, Fr., p. 74
Stringer, Sandra, Soph., p. 64, 164, 125
Stromski, Dana, Sr., p. 44
Strong, Steve, Fac., p. 28
Suchy, Larry, Sr., p. 44, 167, 120
Suggs, Debbie, Sr., p. 44
Sughru, Lois, Fac., p. 28, 136
Sullivan, Robert, Fr., p. 74, 66
Swatlord, Paul, Soph., p. 64
Switzer, Alan, Jr., p. 53, 113
Tabor, Tim, Sr., p. 44, 34, 106
Tullis, James, Sr., p. 44
Tune, Londa, Soph., p. 64
arsha, Fr., p. 74
Turner, Ann, Fac., p. 28
Turner, Mary, Sr., p. 44, 155,133,128
Turner. Tommy, Soph., p. 64, 60
Turner, Tonya, Soph., p. 64,125
Wiley, Andrew. Fr., p. 75
Wiley, Doris, Soph., p. 65
Wiley, Shirley, Sr., p. 44,156,105
Wilkerson, Robert, Sr., p. 44
Willbanks, Molly, Jr., p. 54
Willhite, Randy, Sr., p. 44,153,175, 186
Williams, Cheri, Soph., p. 65
Smith, Grace, Soph., p. 63
Smith, Grerald, Soph., p. 63, 113
Smith, Jenniler, Sr., p. 31, 43, 105, 125,
Smith, Kelli, Soph., p. 63,114
Smith, Lanette, Fr., p. 73, 130
Smith, Linda, Sr., p. 43
Smith, Mitzi, Soph., p. 63
Smith, Markeeta, Fr., p. 73
Smith, Randy, Jr., p. 120
Smith, Ricky Sr., p. 43,142
Smith, Robert, Fr., p. 73, 176
Talley, Dale, Soph., p. 64
Talley, Mika, Fr., p. 74
Taplin, Dennis, Jr., p. 53, 179
Taplin, Rebecca, Soph., p. 64
Tarver, Anita, Fr., p. 74
Tarver, Sheldon, Sr., p. 44
Tate, Cheryl, Soph., p. 64
Taylor, Andy, Sr., p. 34, 42,44,156,185
Taylor, Bobby, Jr., p. 53, 176,130,125
Taylor, Dori, Jr., p. 53, 88
Taylor, Jett, Fr., p. 74
Taylor, Julie, Sr., p. 44, 30
Taylor, Kelly, Fr., p. 74
Smith Russell, Fr., p. 73
Smith, Ruth, Soph., p. 63,192, 197
Smith Steve, Fr., p. 43
Smith Steven, Soph., p,.63
, Toni, Jr., p. 53
Susan, Sr., p. 43
Terry, Fr., p. 73,176
Smythe, Dr., Jerry, Fac., p. 23, 212
Snider, Jim, Sr., p. 43
Snider, Katrinka, Soph., p. 63
Snodgrass, Susan, Jr., p. 53,125
Snider, Rozie, Fr., p. 73
Snyder, Lester, Fac., p. 28
Snyder, Tumathy, Soph., p. 63,143
Soenksen, Sandra, Fr., p. 73
Soltis, Sharon, Fr., p. 73
Sompter, Pam, Fr., p. 73
Sorrels, Brenda, Sr., p. 43, 127
Sosa, Aida, Jr., p. 53,55
Sosa, Carmen, Jr., p. 53,125
Sosa, Nick, Fr., p. 73
Savell, Jimmie, Soph., p. 63
Spaulding, Terry, Jr., p. 53,95
Spann, Eunice, Fr., p. 73, 212
Spann, Marie, Fr., p. 73
Speegle, Curtis, Jr., p. 53,120
Speegle, Gina, Fr., p. 71, 73, 156, 122, 196,
Speegle, Randy, Fr., p. 74
Speeqle, Steve, Sr., p. 43,106
Spence, Mary, Soph., p. 64
Shench, Phillip, Sr., p. 43
Sperllng, Jimmy, Sr., p. 43
Spicer, Joe, Jr., p. 53, 109, 176
Splawn, Less, Fr., p. 74, 109, 212
Splswn, Liz, Sr., p. 43
Staltord, Brenda, Jr., p. 53, 131, 106
Staggs, Curtis, Sr., p. 43.106, 131
Staggs, Don, Fr., p. 74, 75
Staley, Cindy, Soph., p. 64, 120, 130, 147
Stallcup, Jerry, Soph., p. 64
Standard, Matt, Soph., p. 60, 64,176,182
Stanlord, Betty, Jr., p. 46, 53, 106, 1 22, 196,
197, 198, 199
Stankyszen, Paula, Fr., p. 74
Stanley, Cynthia, Fr., p. 74
Taylor, Kimberly, Soph., p. 64, 120
Taylor, Marilyn, Fr., p. 74,71
Taylor, Tammy, Soph., p. 64
Taylor, Victor, Fr., p. 74
Teague, Lendon, Fr., p. 74
Teplic, Debbie, Jr., p. 53,109, 125
Tapsic, Donnie, Sr., p. 44
Terrell, Vicki, Sr., p. 44
Terrill, Vickie, Jr., p. 53
Terry, Michael, Soph., p. 64, 111
Testerman, Cindi, Sr., p. 44, 127
Thomas, Doris, Fac., p. 28
Thomas, Evelyn, Soph., p. 64
Thomas, Michelle, Jr., p. 53, 131
Thomas, 0. J.. Fac., p. 28, 130
Thomas, Patricia, Fr., p. 74
Thomas, Robin, Soph., p. 64, 120
Thomas, Scott, Sr., p. 44, 42, 172
175, 180, 190
Thomas, Veronica, Soph., p. 64
Thompson, Beverly. Jr., p. 53
Candy, Sr., p. 44
Jayne, Fac., p. 28,151,111
Leon, Sr., p. 44,113,105
, 144, 136,
Thompsgn, Tracy, Jr., p. 53, 138
Tilsner, ibyl, Fac., p. 28
Tinkham, Eddie, Sr., p. 44
Tinkham, Gary, Soph., p. 64
Tinsley, Allen, Jr., p. 53, 189
Tinsley, Lisa, Fr., p. 74
Todd, Vickie, Jr., p. 53
Tomes, Elnora, Fac., p. 28
Tompkins, Fr., p. 74
Tosh, Dede, Soph., p. 64
Totton, Laverence, Sr., p. 44
Totton, William, Soph., p. 64
Trail, Kenneth, Sr., p. 81
Treadwell, Jerry, Jr., p. 53
Trot, Nina, Sr., p. 48
Trybulski, Richard, Soph., p. 64
Tucker, Jill, Jr., p. 53, 55
Tucker, Jody, Jr.. p. 53, 128
Tucker, Lisa, Fr., p. 74,125
Tucker, Phillip, Soph., p. 64
Turk, Michele, Soph., p. 64
Tyree, Keith, Jr., p. 53
Tyree, Scott, Fr., p. 74, 1 30, 105
Ullin, Bryan, Jr., p. 53
Ullen, Krlsti, Soph., p. 64,109
Unsell, Mark, Fr., p. 74, 176
Upchurch, Mindy, Jr., p. sa
Upiohn, David, Fr., p. 74
Urban, Anthony, Jr., p. 53
Vail, Toni, Sr., p. 44
Vanderburg, Dana, Sr., p. 44
Vandergrill, Lisa, Soph., p. 64
Vandiver, Kelly, Soph., p. 59, 65, 66
Vandiver, Randy, Fr., p. 74
Vanhorn, Lynne, Sr., p. 44, 196
Vanllorn, Pam, Jr., p. 53, 125
Vanwinkle, Rodney, Fr., p. 74
Vargas, Lucinda, Sr., p. 44
Vasquez, George, Fr., p. 74, 176
Vaughn, Mike, Fr., p. 74
Vaughn, Opal, Sr., p. 44,106
Vaughn, Severlan, Fac., p. 28,101,109
Verducchio, Pete, Jr., p. 53
Vermillion, Carol, Jr., p. 53
Viar, Janis, Jr., p. 53, 113
Vickers, Steela, Soph., p. 64
Voss, Victor, Sr., p. 44, 125
Vu, Joyce, Soph., p. 57
Waggener, Lorrie, Fr., p. 74
Walkabout, Tommy, Sr., p. 44, 186, 1 89
Walker, Lynn, Soph., p. 60, 64, 156, 138
Walker, Mary, Sr., p. 34, 45, 31, 106
Walker, Steve, Jr., p. 53,130, 106, 189
Walker, Valerie, Soph., p. 64, 57
Wall, Jerry, Sr., p. 44. 83
Wallace, Jerrie, Jr., p. 53
Walley, Clint, Jr., p. 53
Walling, Colleen, Fr., p. 74
Walling, Patrick, Fr., p. 74
Walton, Eugenia, Fr., p. 74
Wann, Michelle, Fr., p. 74
Wann, Shannon, Jr., p. 53, 123, 125
Ward, Jana, Sr., p. 44, 151, 155, 135
Ward, Melinda, Sr.. p. 44, 113
Warden, Tommy, Fr., p. 74, 71
Warner, Sandra, Soph., p. 64
Warren, Mark, Soph., p. 64
Warren, Marty, Soph., p. 64
Washington, Andrew, Jr., p. 53
Washington, Debbie, Fr., p. 75
Washington, Lydia, Soph., p. 65, 138,113,
Washington, Rick, Sr., p. 117, 175,113,179
Washington, Rodney, Fr., p. 75
Washington, Sharon, Jr., p. 144, 104,130,
Wasser, Stan, Sr., p. 44,39
Waters, Larry, Soph., p. 65
Watson, Chris, Fr., p. 75
Watson, Gary, Fac., p. 28
Watts, Darla, Jr., p. 135, 131
Weaver, Connie, Fr., p. 75
Webb, Chester, Sr., p. 44,113, 1 05
Webb, Marguerite, Fr., p. 75
Webb, Paul, Fr., p. 75
webs, Phillip, Fr., p. 75
Webster, Pamela, Soph., p. 65, 109
Webster, Sherry, Sr., p. 44, 83, 106
Welch, Kenny, Jr., p. 109,105
Welch, Ronald, Fr., p. 75
Wells, Debbie, Jr., p. 54
Wenthold, Monty, Soph., p. 65, 60, 116
West, Tamera, Soph., p. 65, 84
Wheeler, Andy, Soph., p. 65,120
Wheeler, Gary, Sr., p. 44
Wheeler, James, Jr.. p. 54
Wheeler, Lee Ann, Soph., p. 65
Wheeler, Robin, Fr., p. 75
White, Gary, Jr., p. 54, 114
White, Lorena, Jr., p. 54
Whitlock, Tammy, Sr., p. 111
Whittington, Marci, Fr., p. 66, 195
Williams, Darryl, Soph., p. 65, 176
Williams, Debbie, Sr., p. 44, 125
Williams, Gina, Sr., p. 131
Williams, Greg, Soph., p. 65, 176
Williams, Jacky, Jr., p. 54
Williams, Lisa, Soph., p. 65, 86
Williams, Norris, Fac., p. 28
Williams, Robert, Jr., p. 54
Williams, Sandy, Sr., p. 45,167
Williams, Shirley, Sr., p. 45
Williams, Stacy, Sr., p. 45
Williams, Tina, Fr., p. 75
Willis, Brenda, Sr., p. 45, 48,125
Willis, Cindy, Fr.. p. 75, 109, 105
Willis, Debora, Soph., p. 65
Willis, Wallace, Soph., p. 65, 120, 105, 184,
Willis, Leonard, Sr., p. 45
Willis, Ronnie, Jr., p. 54
Wilson, Anita, Sr., p. 45
Wilson, Beverly, Fac., p. 28
Wilson, Cynthia, Soph., p. 65, 130, 192
Wilson, Darlene, Jr., p. 54
Wilson, Debbie, Sr., p. 45, 138
Wilson, Donna, Soph., p, 65
Wilson, Elaine, Jr., p. 54, 130
Wilson, Gwen, Jr., p. 54
Wilson, James, Fr., p. 75
Wilson, Mark, Sr., p. 45, 39, 31, 162, 153,
Wilson, Mark, Soph., p. 65
Wilson, Randy, Soph., p. 120
Wilson, Ricky, Soph., p. 65,120,192
Wilson, Tayne, Sr., p. 45, 130
, Terry, Fr., p. 75, 111, 130
Wilson, William, Soph., p. 65
Windsor, Debbie, Sr., p. 45, 34, 138
Winlord, Linda, Jr., p. 54,131
Wllllord, Rick, Sr., p. 45, 160, 119, 107, 109.
1 1 4, 180
Winlrey, Kathy, Soph., p. 65
Winkler, Laslee, Jr., p. 54, 106
Winlrey, Leigh, Fr., p. 75, 109
Winter, Cindy, Soph., p. 65
Wise, Raman, Fr., p. 75
Whitnah, Ted, Jr., p. 54
Whittington, Marci, Fr., p. 75
Wolt, Anthony, Jr., p. 54
Woll, Teresa, Sr., p. 45
Womack, Erick, Jr., p. 54
Womack, Valerie, Soph., p. 65
Carla, Sr., p. 45, 117
David, Sr., p. 45, 107, 180
Kim, Soph., p. 65,138
Laura, Jr., p. 54, 105
Ray, Fr., p. 75
Robyn, Sr., p. 45
Wood, Steve, Fr., p. 75, 66
,Randal, Jr., p. 54. 153, 176,
Woosley. Brett, Soph., p. 65
Wooten, Cindy, Fr., p. 75
Wooten, Randy, Soph., p. 65. 135
Worcester, Brent, Fr., p. 75, 182
Worcester, Tanya, Fr., p. 75
Wright, Charlotte, Soph., p. 85
Wright, Jell, Sr., p. 45
Wright, Kelvin, Soph., p. 65
Wright, Ken, Fr., p. 75, 164
Wright, Rhonda, Sr., p. 45, 168, 117
Wynn, Cindy, Soph., p. 65
Wynne, Sherry, Sr., p. 45,162,125, 215
Yancey, Kathy, Jr., p. 54
York, Jamie, Sr., p. 45, 131, 125
York, Janet, Sr., p. 45, 33, 83, 105, 138
Vosack, Phyllis, Sr., p. 45
,Steva, Jr., p. 54
Young, Carla, Soph., p. 65,147
Voung, Jamie, Sr., p. 45, 167
Young, Kelly, Fr., p. 75
Young, Robin, Fr., p. 75
Voung, Tim, Sr., p. 45
Zwirta, Carla, Sr., p. 45
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Debbie Cowden . Q . Copy Editor Betty Cassity Business Manager
Tulio Ramirez . . . Layout Editor James McCall Circulation Manager
David Norris . . . School Lite Editor Randy Lusk Photographer
Dale Marshall . . . Sports Editor DeWayne Crutchfield Photographer
Rick Washington . . . Assistant Sports Editor Blunck Studio Photographer
Denise Robison . . . Organizations Editor Lu Curtis Yearbook Representative
Tammy Jullian . . . Curriculum Editor Ruth Kraemer Adviser
Johnny Bailey . . . Faculty Editor STAFF
Betty Cassityg . .Senior Editor Jay Bray Beverly Higgins Melissa Lee Sheryl Lewis
Brenda Langston . . . Junior Editor Dennis Mooney Jerry Morphis Walter Oaks Brenda Wil
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