U S Grant High School - General Yearbook (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Class of 1979
Page 1 of 216
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 12 - 13
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busing to obtain racial bal-
ance in Oklahoma City Public
Schools. Jeff Clark looks
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All of us have memories of the days gone by, memories
which can be relived by thumbing through the yellowed and
torn pages of a family photo album. Some memories we would
like to forget: most of them we never will.
Girl Scouts, baseball and Friday night skating parties
helped to make us the persons we are today.
We look back on the days gone by, and a kind of sadness
settles in our hearts. We realize that we can never go back in
time. We can never change the past, only improve the future.
Rough and tough Brett Woosley hasn't changed a bit since he was little
league star. Practice makes perfect, Pam Julian was taught. Keith and Ricky
Young have now learned that it doesn't take a gun to make a man a man.
Paula Koci knew how to dance back when she still knew her stuff. Little Kim
Brooks has always enjoyed her traditional costume. Root and toot and Peggy
Kramer was big enough to lead the cheers tor her baseball team. Still pretty
as a picture is Robin Thomas. One big moment in the lives of many was
becoming a Girl Scout -just like Peggy Kramer.
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another sings to a crowd. One
uses his brain as a precision tool,
while another leads the band.
One creates masterpieces with
the touch ol a hand, while
another acts out his dream world
for the public. The last flies
through the air with the greatest
Who are these people? They
make us laugh and cry, then they
make us jump to our leet and
scream. They entertain our lives
with the little things that make us
happy. But most ot all they give
us a glimpse ol the good things in
life and help us dream about the
Eddie Ewald concentrates on the "art ol
studying." Jett Nokes takes it easy while
studying his script. Cindi' Wynn adds the
artistic touch. Liz Couch lets her imagina-
tion sing out. Pausing a minute, Todd
Demeter eyes the center lield lence. Carl
"Hindu" Henry doesn't even need a lad-
der. Working on precise movements is
Cardella Stephens, one ol the Drum
Majors tor the band.
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Having a blast! That's what it's all
about. Those Friday nights with the
gang, the movies with "that some-
one," the excitement ot it all gives us a
great young and alive teeling. We hope
we never outgrow it. For these are truly
the times of our lives!
Friday night at Sonic Drive-in can always lind
many students driving through to see how many
people they know. Christy Harper likes the
excitement and the satety ol bumper cars. For-
eign Language students get together at the olde
lake tor a bite. Having to wait in long lines at the
movies doesn't seem to bother Rhonda Byerly,
Lena Soliz, Robin Jenkins, Janet McDaniel and
Glenda Marley. Cheryl Smith prepares to leave
the Oklahoma wind and sunshine behind tor the
Colorado ski slopes. Spanish teacher, Mrs.
Brenda Roberson, assists Coye Jacobs in hang-
ing the linale ol the Mexican Fiesta - a pinata.
Gina Whatley and Darrell Williams lreak out.
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Lite is really boring sometimes, we teel. Give us some vari-
ety, something exciting. Paint the school psychedelic or any-
thing. Just make it interesting.
We never know about lite. Someday when we're sitting at
our luture jobs and positions and the time seems to fly b
without compassion, we'lI wish we were back in our tirst hou
thinking of how much empty time we had. Can we be satis-
tied? Oh well, we're only human.
David Root takes a peek inside a class he's supposed to be in. Excited about
only having two books this year is Valdina Parton. Papa Williams, Billy Ham-
montree and Mike Ross decide to save their money and eat lunch lrom home.
Kenny Crowder proudly walks from his new Trans Am. Mrs. Chris Baugh
teaches her class the pledge ol allegiance, as il they didn'l know it.
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What makes a person pick an orange instead of an apple?
What makes a person choose a Volkswagen instead of a
truck? And what makes a person sign up for chemistry
instead of leathercraft? lt's human nature. The thing that
makes us tick. Without imagination our lives would be boring.
We fill our world with things we enjoy, the little things that
make us a person unto ourselves. If things don't turn out the
way they should, we try to blame others, but in the end we
realize that the choice was ours all along.
Lynette Smith is so pleased with the class ring she chose. Mary Langston
thinks it is difficult to find out what "y" equals. Preparing his engine for the
next drag race is Terry Green. Tommy St. Cyr just can't seem to decide which
Weir twin to take out - Kalyn or Kim. Of all the schools he could have cho-
sen, Tim Melvin chose USG. Dee Dee Hutton exercises her right to vote for
her favorite class officer. Melvin Roberson chose the Navy, and he is glad.
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Lile has been like a rat race. We
have been running here, running
there, trying to succeed, but lailing,
then trying again. We, like the experi-
mental mice, have gone crazy trying to
get out ol the maze.
Our innermost selves which seemed
so simple initially, became more com-
plicated as time wore on. We discov-
ered crevices ol consciousness with
which we at times did not know how to
cope, but through the complications
we had occasional break-throughs
which made the struggle worth while.
Breaking through the tinish line lor victory is
Keith Dixon. Tracy Janway gets his lirst job
experience working as a dishwasher. Kim
Brooks and Natalie eimer help Greg Brooks
choose which club he wants to join during Club-
O-Rama week. Laura McCune is being tilted lor
a new pep club unitorm by Mrs. Helen Enox.
David Williamson just can't believe he has done
such a terrible thing on his lirst day ol driving
alone. Robbie Sullivan brings some llowers to
Cathy Childs to make up tor being late. Linda
Black and Carol Crist hang decorations lor their
New Year's Eve party.
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we have been exposed in this
decade have become relatively
sorted by now.
Some have becom close
lriendsg others we kno ather
well, but most are ply
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been crucial to our lea 'ng
experiences. Not just the t h-
ers. All the people have h 'a
place in our Mazes ofthe 70's
Mr. Jake Diggs, principal, often spends
hours at his desk doing unlimited reports
for the board. He does more than his
share of hall duty. His secretary, Mrs.
Rubye Lee, often gives him reports which
he must read and evaluate. He sometimes
confers with attendance secretaries Mrs.
Elnora Tomes and Mrs. Christine Mann
He sometimes gets his assistant princi
pals Mrs Pam Wheeler Mr Bob McCain
and Mr Dwight Jones in a huddle
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Mrs. Ann Douglas, activities director,
makes money collecting plans with stu-
dents. Mrs. Pam Wheeler is the newest
assistant principal replacing Dr. Jerry
Smythe. Mr. Dwi ht Jones and Mr. Bob
McCain do hal? duty together. Mrs.
Wheeler talks shop with Mrs. Douglas
and Mr. Jones. Mrs. Wheeler and rs.
Douglas lind something to smile about.
Mr. Jones tells Mike Ross how it is. Mr.
McCain enioys a General lootball game.
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Counselors huddle with schedule
changes. Counselors are Mrs. Thelma
Parks, director of counseling, Mrs. Janet
Jones, Mrs. Harriet Pulley, and Mr. John
Moham, Mrs. Parks responds to inquiring
student. Mrs. Jones is perpetually work-
ing. Mrs. Pulley may disagree with stu-
dent but always in a triendly way. Mr.
Moham checks with a parent. New super-
intendent Thomas Payzantg School board
members Mrs. Pat Potts, Dr. Armond
Start, Mrs. Betty Hill, Mr. Paul English,
Mrs. Freddye Williams, Mr. Floyd Don-
werth, and Mr. Arthur Hill. The Oklahoma
City Board of Education Building, and the
school board in action at a regular meet-
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Mrs. Yvonne Felder explains assignment
to a student. Mr. Lathon Johnson pauses
in the hall to visit, as do Mrs. Dorothy
Dean and Mrs. Cindy Hammond.
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Turner, Ann, Head Librarian. Hadley, Dolla, Assistant
Librarian. Cudio, Wanda, BS, Nurse. Russell, Susan,
Human Flelations. Alexander, Charles, BS, MA, Okla.
History, U.S. History, Basketball. Baker, Diane, BA,
Baker, Jim, BA, Marching Band, Concert Band, Stage
Band, Inner Freedom. Baugh, Christine, BA, MA, Eng-
Iish Lit., Bible Lit., English IV, NHS, Senior Sponsor.
Blackmon, Fred, BS, MA, General Math, Algebra ll.
Bowers, James, BA, MA, Learning Lab. Brown, Jul-
luette, BS, Typing I, Business Machines, General Food,
Freshman Sponsor. Buttermore, Marybeth, BS, Learn-
ing Lab., Comic Book Club, Junior Sponsor.
Byerly, Bonnie, BA, English, Social Studies, Senior
Sponsor. Cable, Ron, BA, MNS, Chemistry, Biology,
NHS. Castle, Glen, BS, MA, Physical Ed., FCA, Football,
Baseball. Choate, Dean, BA, MA, Algebra, Basic Math,
Athletic Director. Crosley, Harold, BA, MA, Language
Arts, Cross Country, Gott. Daniels, Ernie, MA, Drivers
Dean, Dorothy, BS, Shorthand I, Il, Clerical Practice,
FBLA. Dressler, Dee, BS, Algebra, Geometry, General
Math I, Student Council. Dukes, Allen, MS, BSE, Elem.
Algebra ll, Basic Math, General Science, Mu Alpha
Theta. Echols, Eileen, BS, MA, Special Ed. Ellis, Con-
nie, BS, Drill Team, Modern Dance, Gymnastics, Bas-
ketball, Sottball, 0 Club. Emanuel, Greta, BS, Cosme-
Faurot, Jim, BA, MA, U.S. History, Okla. History, Sopho-
more Sponsor, Football, Tennis. Felder, Yvonne, BS,
Shorthand I, Typing I, II, Freshman Sponsor. Fuller, Al,
BS, Typing, COE, FBLA. Fuller, Sarah, BA, MA, Ed.D.,
American Lit., English I, IV, Advisory Committee, Sen-
ior Sponsor. Gandy, Debbie, BS, MA, Learning Lab.,
Junior Sponsor, Co-op Program. Hammond, Cindy, BS,
Psych I, II, U.S. History, Okla. History, Government
Harris, Luke, BS, Drivers Ed., Football, Wrestling. Har-
wood, Bill, Electricity I, ll, VICA. Hayes, Loneta, BS,
MA, Typing I, General Business, FBLA. Hendrix, Fran-
ces, BS, MA, DE ll, III, DECA, Senior Sponsor. Holtman,
Arbeecher, BA, Bible History, U.S. History, Human Rel-
ations, Gitt Committee, Senior Sponsor. Hostetter, Lyle,
MA, BA, U.S. History II, Sociology I, ll.
Howell, Roy, BS, MA, Science, World-Ancient History,
Psychology, Football. Johnson, Lathon, BS, MNS, Biol-
ogy, Earth Science. Jones, Sarah, BA, Arts G Cratts I.
King, Ralph, American Lit., English lll, NHS. Kraemer,
Ruth, BA, MT, Ed.D., LLB, Newspaper, Yearbook, Jour-
nalism l, Senior Sponsor. Lyday, Marcus, BS, Uphol-
Lyons, Mark, BA, Multi-Culture, U.S. History Il, Law and
You, Football, Track. Metheny, Don, BA, MA, U.S. His-
tory. Metheny, Skip, BS, Basic Machine, Woodwork.
Morava, David, BS, Autobody I, ll. Morse, Otto, BS,
Sheet Metal, VICA. Nero, Michael, BS, In House Sus-
pension, Freshman Basketball.
Nichols, Jack, BS, ME, General Science, Health, Sci-
ence Club. Osborn, Sarah, AB, Drafting. Overstreet,
Connie, BS, Elem. Algebra I, General Math, Pep Club,
Student Council. Parker, Vicky, BS, Family Relations,
Child Development, Home Planning and Decorating,
Girls Team Sports, 0 Club. Pendley, Ron, MA, English
I, Mythology, Science Fiction, Football, Swimming,
Girls Track. Phelps, Nancy Jane, BS, English, French,
Pitt, Peggy, English, Business. Quintane, Lewis, BS,
U.S. History, Okla. History, Anthropology, Freshman
Football, Wrestling. Roberson, Brenda, BA, American
Lit., Spanish I, Language Arts I, Foreign Language
Club. Savage, John, BS, rivers Ed., Physical Ed., Foot-
ball, Swimming, Baseball, Red Cross Club, Salety
Council, FCA. hipley, Wendell, BS, Auto Mech., I, Il,
VICA. Smith, Guy, BA, B.S.Ed. Forensics, Radio, T.V.,
Senior English, Soph. English, Speech Club.
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Sparger, Taeko, MFA, Studio Art, Graphic Design, Art
ll, III, Fundamental Art. Stewart, Vickie, BS, Foods I, ll,
Junior Sponsor. Sughru, Lois, BS, Physical Ed., Pep
Club. Thomas, Doris, BS, MA, Clothing I, Il, General
Home Ec. Thomas, O. J., BA, MA, Vocal Music, Choir.
Thompson, Jayne, BA, Stagecratt, Drama, Girls Goll,
Thespians, Clown Troupe, Junior and Senior Sponsor.
Vaughn, Severlan, BS, MT, Calculus, Trigonometry,
Analytic Geometry, Algebra III, Matrix, Algebra II, Gen.
Math II, MAO. Watson, Gary, BA, ME, Eng ish II, Senior
Sponsor. Wear, Patricia, BS, General Math I, Senior
Sponsor. Williams, Leslie, BA, Jewelry I, ll, Ceramics I,
Il, Basic Math. Wilson, Beverly, BS, MA, Business Law,
Data Prdcessing, Accounting I, Typing I, Careers,
Ollice Practice, FBLA. Campbell, Peggy, Registrar.
Carpentar, Pat, Library Clerk. Dies, Mary, Attendance
Secretary. Holloway, Pat, Secretary. Lee, Rubye, Princi-
paI's Secretary. Mann, Christine, Attendance Secre-
tary. Myers, JoAnn, Financial Secretary.
Tomes, Elnora, Attendance Secretary. Woosley, Helen,
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Mrs. Connie Overstreet almost blows
away at Homecoming parade. Custodial
Staff. Front row: Rebecca McDanieIs,
Brenda Coffman, Terry Robertson and
Glen Stanford. Back row: Jack Adkins,
Troy Ross, Alonzo Mack and Buddy
Young. Cafeteria Staff. Front row: Jean
Hern en, Geor ia Nolen, Ruth Weid, June
Holt, Swenda gfewart, Molly Parker and
Beatrice Morris. Back row: lvis Mooney,
Joan Carr, Dorothy Brown, Ruth Cooper,
Rita Cowan, Geraldine Nance, Sula
Blankenship, Helen Chandler, Shirley
Troyer. Mrs. Greta Emanuel assists Van-
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Senior Class otticers. Lisa Straka, histo-
riang Judy Phillips, sergeant at arms, Che-
ryl Tate, secretary: Laura Brady, repre-
sentative at largeg Nancy Ettinger, trea-
surer, Kim Brooks, presidentg Sharon
Morgan, vice president, Cindi Wynn, rep-
resentative at large. Senior Class plan-
ning committee make plans in the strang-
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and Lonnie Martin know what they are.
Any way you turn them there is smile
show Cindy Reed, Mike Darnold, Lynn
Walker, Tim McCathern, Sylvia Mora,
Melvin Roberson, Debra Willis and Jimmy
Jon: Bartl Klm Chevront Kannette
Hughes and lrlend show senlor spirit in
Homecoming parade Brent Hazelrigg
gnves Lnsa Hams a good look over, than
hnally tagures out how uselul those
crutches are' Duane Knowles sneaks in a
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winners of the spirit stick at a pep assem-
bly. Senior Survival Kit 1j Music soothes
away "Alter Graduation Thoughts." 2j
Endless talk ol Senior Plans are made
over the telephone. 3J Dad's gas card
sure came in handy while cruisin' 59th
street. 43 The pain is eased from the night
before with a bottle ol aspirin. Sl Keys to
tun! 63 Those part time jobs meant living
from one check to the next. 73 Older
friends helped us to disco on Saturday
nights! 83 Stubs from concerts with Willie,
Waylon and SENIORS! 9j That "A" in Eng-
lish Lit. wouldn't have been possible for
some without it.
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out what's tops and bottoms. Brett Woos-
ley tries to decide who to become while
Jotlnnie Bell tries to decide what he just
Lisa Staka hopes to bring good luck to
Matt Standard with a little pinch. Seniors
only at this table is understood by Fresh-
man Tom Taylor.
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"Try it, ou'll like it!" sa Ga Mor his,
Leisha gibson, Terri Suggs and Jornnie
Bell. LeeAnn Wheeler, herri Fredrick,
Barbara Cannon and Kim Cox have unex-
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Mr, and Miss Howdy, David Molel and
Gina Speegle. Ken Wright knows lhere is
one way to get out ol class early.
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Melody Martin wonders why guys can't go
anywhere without their hats. Observers
are Randy Vandiver, Mike Tucker, Don
Staggs, Brent Rutledge, and Eric Clay.
Victor Taylor wants either his money. or
his Coke. Stacey Gowens, and Vicki id-
dle enjoy showing their school spirit.
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Leigh Winlrey brushes her hair as she
waits lor her date lor the prom. Mr. yes
Williams gives Danny Marx a helping
hand. Randy Speegle has no trouble get-
ting Jami Davis, Sherri Rains, and
LaDonna Parrish to go to lunch with him
and his new Z-28.
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Marcy Whittington - a graduating junior
has visions of '79, "This is Grant High
School in Oklahoma City calling John
Travolta in Hollywood." Vikki James, Mic-
helle Echelle, Celia Cook, Tittany Rogers,
and Laura Howry. Juniors show their
spirit at the homecoming pep assembly.
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Sandy Alvarado, Myra Chambers, Susie
Sorrells, Darla Harper, Melinda Holden,
Leesa Sharp, Becl::y Storie, Joanna Wil-
son, Marcia Davis. ront row. Lauri Jetter-
son, Kelli Howard, Cindy Finch, Lisa
Ortiz, Tammy Tale, Betty Childers, Diane
Foley, Linda Cooper. Terry Taylor leels
like the "FONZ" with Myra Chambers,
Susie Sorrells, Sharna Rozin, Cindy
Finch, Tracy Waddle, and Betty Childers.
Diana Foley and Cory Connalis are the
Sophomore Mr. and Miss Howdy. "Pledge
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offensive plans lor the upcoming game.
Karol Maddox asks "ls there room lor just
"Double Vision" as what Mrs. Dorothy
Dean is seeing, when she looks at Jane
and Julie Huckabay. David Gibson shows
what it takes to make an "A" in class.
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Sandy Crain, Susan Trail, Roxie Stanford,
Mary Garcia, Larry Wooten, Anita Malone.
Back row: Gene Pollock, Demetri Gilliam,
Jacqueline Hayes, William Burrows, Anita
Dudley. Stepping in the latest disco style
are Gene Pollock and Sandy Crain. Roxie
Stanford firmly believes that the Annie
Hall look suits her.
Who says freshmen aren't macho, thinks
determined David Link. The typical fresh-
man confusion has total command of
Pam Byers, Janna Jordan, Chris Miller,
and Jim Ross. Bernard Hicks, Lyndell
Taylor, and Shannon Davis enjoy a
refreshing breakat the candy machine.
Thumbing their way to lunch are April
Moore, Tommy Seeley, Jeff Walden, Jana
Gooding, and Bobby McDougal.
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Howdy, Carrie Rogers and Roger Ross
Representing freshman attendant for
Homecoming Queen is Carrie Rogers.
Faith Crawford and Paula Espinosa dis-
play their school spirit by purchasing rib-
bons from Melana Hudson.
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noted by versatility.
Basic English courses I 'through
IV were offered for ninth through
twelfth graders. ln these classes
both oral and written skills were
Language arts courses were
required all four years of high
school. With the resignation of Mr.
Les Snider, Mr. Gary Watson was
named head of the language arts
Charles Molzel, Bert Andruchow, and Tony
Roach prepare themselves and equipment
for a homemade commercial in radio and tel-
evision. Beginning journalism explores the
many fields of journalism as shown by Alton
Blakely and Don Thompson who enjoy mak-
ing magazine mock-ups. Mike Mosher
assists Mary Lou Diaz in adding her "John
Hancock" to the names on a door in the audi-
torium. Making pinatas is a favorite project
among Spanish ll students Jane Brown and
Debbie Ortiz. Mark Hise doesn'l seem a bit
nervous giving a debate speech in front of a
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ments, a variety of creative electives
Among the electives were radio
and television, forensics, drama,
and stage craft Also English litera-
ture, American literature, mythol-
ogy, and Bible literature were avail-
able ln addition, Journalism I, year-
book, newspaper, and basic com-
position were offered
Creative talents of both writing
and oral communication were
Vikki James diagrams a sentence in her Lan-
guage Arts III c ass. Ruddy Chavez bows to
"King Mike Terry" in a drama rehearsal.
Locating the home of a famous English writer
for her English literature class is Gloria
Hoard. Robert Jones discovers it is more
trouble than he expected to find something
that will make an easy book report. Vanessa
Malicoate beats Becky San Antonio, Tana
Hefner, and Don Staggs to the answer during
an American literature class discussion.
Deanna Dixson reads from the Bible as
Tammy Feland points out the area ol the
events to Dusty Davis.
An ever expansive selection ol courses emerged in the social studies
Basic Oklahoma and U S history were still the old stand bys but tor
the more in depth current as well as past mind, multicultural and ancient
history classes were available.
ln addition psychology and sociology as well as Bible history and
anthropology were offered.
The department also included world geography and human relations.
Anthropology is quite an interesting class to Roger Blackwood. Steve Pierce, Bobby Little-
john, and Tommy Tune look over the battle plans from a war map in their U.S. history class.
ln Oklahoma histo , Kelly Connelly tries to do her best at looking like an Indian. Econom-
ics class enables Zurtis Cagle and Kelli Geoptert to learn about the American banking
system. Ink blots are easy to igure out to Mark Cantwell, but not so easy lor Carrie Reeves,
both psychology students.
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Math studies involved both gen-
eral and specialized concepts, and
the curriculum was designed to
General Math I and Il as well as
Algebra I, ll, and' Ill were taught.
Elementary Algebra courses were
ln addition, trigonometry, calcu-
lus, analytics and matrix were avail-
Ron Watkins wonders why everyone thinks
general math is so easy when he as to use a
calculator. Using the metric system is a dit-
lerent experience lor Shelee Ryan. Barry
Stringer uses a compass to draw geometric
rays. Analytic geometry is confusing and a
lot ol work lor Donna Lunslord. Jason Hens-
Iey is conlused between an airplane and a
plane in trigonometry. Diane Connell looks
for a place where she can rent a computer to
use in calculus. Scott Davis finds that con-
necting dots on a graph in algebra isn't so
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With scientific minds abounding in both the faculty
and student body, an appealing science curriculum was
Courses included general science, biology, health,
chemistry, and earth science.
As a new faculty member, Mr. Jack Nichols started a
science club for the truly aggressive science students.
James Adamson collects dirt for earth science. Mike Hartson enjoys
his physics class at Northwest High School. Kim Brooks notices how
much larger things look under a microscope. Mr. Cable tries to help
Mike Carrick and Charlotte Forshee learn all about their little friend.
Ronnie Welch seems to be more of a mad scientist than a chemist to
Preparing students to survive the
pressures ot the world was the main
objective ot the business depart
Course offerings started with Typ
ing I and Il as well as ottice practice
and business machines
Business law as well as data
processing, Accounting I and II
and general business and econom
ics were also on the schedule.
Typing is easy, but with all those little cards,
Jannie Glass is not too sure. All the new til-
ing methods seem so confusing to Jana
Noble and Toni Pollard. ln business law,
Leonard Morris, Stella Vickers, and Lisa
Schoelen stage a court trial. Accounting
doesn't seem so hard to Carla Hicks as long
as she has her trusty adding machine. Relax-
ing to do shorthand seems a lot easier to
Leigh Winlrey. Carol Elrod just can't figure
out where she made that mistake in business
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Musically inclined students had ample opportunity to pursue either
instrumental or vocal music.
With Mr. Jim Baker and Mr. O. J. Thomas on the music faculty, course
otterings included advanced band and marching band as well as stage
band. Courses also included concert choir and mixed choruses.
Both instrumental and vocal music students made many public
appearances during the school year, and the band worked to earn
money for an anticipated trip.
Brent Florence and Debbie Vann are so contused with Mr. Thomas's music tiles. Making
sure his horn is the shiniest it can possibly be is Kevin Baker. Mr. Thomas directs the choir
in singing the national anthem at halftime. Leonard Morris rickles the ivories while Diana
Knowles rehearses her solo lor state contest.
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sized in no place more than in the
variety ot art classes
With the retirement ol Marge
Humphrey longtime department
head Mrs Eiko Sparger became
department head and Mr. Leslie
Williams joined the stall
Students could choose from
Ceramics I and ll Crafts I and ll
Jewelry I and ll, graphic design and
studio art as well as the more tradi-
tional Art l and ll classes.
Mrs. Sara Jones likes helping her students,
Gary Barnes, Ronny Bridges, and Kenny
Dixon with ideas. Sandy Ivarado enjoys
makinglthings in her ceramics class. In art,
Darla ussel paints a color wheel. Connie
Sheltield makes her own jewelry in class.
Tammie West tries her hand at studio art.
Karen Ingram doesn't know il she should
turn her knife to the lelt or right.
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Foods l and ll classes prepared
dinners and surprises for various
faculty groups and special occa-
sions. They also learned the com-
plicated details of nutrition.
More in-depth studies were avail-
able in family relations, child devel-
opment and home decorating
learned what to wear, how to wear it
and how to make it, under the
supervision of Mrs. Doris Gordon.
Buster Keasler lets Diana Foley taste his sur-
prise recipe while Tammy Grant awaits the
outcome. In family relations, Jeanne Dres-
sler shows Lisa Vandergriff how to run a
much-used film projector. Teresa Hopkins
and Cathy Oberg make miniature houses for
home decorating class. Tommy Turner looks
in the refrigerator to see what kind of food
there is to munch. Drawing posters for child
guidance comes easy for eanne Davis and
heri Williams. Clothing classes allow
Nadine Orange to have those fancy clothes
without all those fancy prices.
ln a world stIll emphaslllng the Importance of physical lltness the
physical education department seemed more than adequate
Physlcal educatlon was expanded to Include gymnastlcs modern
dance and advanced modern dance as well as an array of competitive
sports for both boys and girls
The list ol competItIve sports lor girls Included softball volleyball
golf, cross country, track, and tennis. Two girls' coaches, Mrs. Connie
Ellis and Mrs. Vicky Parker joined the long list ot boys' coaches.
A variety of sports was also available lor boys.
Most girls enjoy playing basketball in gym class. Joe Shepherd and Mike Carr try their best
to show olf their musc es. Balancing on the parallel bars takes much concentration lrom
Rhonda Fairchild. The balance beam is one ol the toughest areas tor Cindy Finch.
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With more and more emphasis on
vocational training in today's world,
a more expansive vocational curric-
ulum was available.
Courses were designed to give
students on-the-job experience
which prepared them to step imme-
diately into the real world upon
graduation from high school.
Among those on-the-job courses
offered were vocational drafting,
cooperative office education, and
Johnny Shells, Patricia Shannon, and Ron-
nye Alexander enjoy reupholstering a chair
in Mr. Lyday's upholstery class. Tiffany Flog-
ers points to a card for Randy Spradling to
turn while playing concentration in distrib-
utive education. Tammy Brown is one of few
grls in drafting, but she doesn't care if Todd
rant and Mark Ford look over her as she
works. In COE, Pam Webster sneaks a peek
of the answers in the teacher's edition
accounting book. Gayle Kelly doesn't mind
cutting hair in cosmetologyi but when it
comes to books she's not so sure. Mike
Tucker thinks vocational drafting is lots of
fun. Penny Coskey finds neighbors a great
way to practice cutting hair.
Skill, skill and more skill was
emphasized in the vocational
Among these applied courses
were upholstery, woodwork, sheet
metal, air conditioning, and cabinet
Instructors in all ol these areas
were proficient in the given skills
and experienced in the work-a-day
world. In addition, most were
Bubba Shene grinds metal in class. Sheet
metal is a new experience lor Brian Bowman,
Steve Marx, and Randall Byers. Rusty Mis-
kovsky puts his best ettort into an electricity
project. Planing a board tor woodwork is
hard work tor Ronnie Powell and Brent Rut-
ledge. Jay Bird thought sheet metal was
easy, but now he knows better.
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to deal with customers that come to the departments for
For instance, auto mechanic students worked on cars
while cosmetology students received ladies lor hair
dressings. Electricity students wired buildings, while
driver education classes taught students to drive by
Jett Keester makes repairs on a washing machine. Lisa Ortiz undoub-
tedly enjoys her drivers education class. Anna Foutty works on an elec-
tricity Iab project. Electricity seems to be a lield that is interesting to
Ronny St. Cyr. David Baker likes to paint cars even it he does have to
wear those lunny looking coveralls.
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Under the sponsorship ol Mrs. Connie Over-
street, Mrs. Dee Dressler, and Mrs. Ann Doug-
las, Student Council promoted school commu-
nication, activities and spirit.
Along with the annual Spirit week a Spirit
Committee was established to enhance home-
room competition, class competition and over-
all school spirit.
The group met every Wednesday morning in
the library. They gave a Christmas party tor stu-
dents at Wheeler Elementary School, a blood
drive tor the Oklahoma Blood Institute, and they
broke their previous record ol money raised lor
selling paper bricks tor the United Appeal.
The council also sponsored homeroom bas-
ketball intramurals and sold mums during toot-
ball homecoming week.
ln April many members attended a Spring
convention tor all clubs in District 8. The con-
vention was hosted by the Generals Student
Alton Blakely doesn't mind having his thumb painted red and
gray on Thumb's up Day by Lori Perry and Marti Lindsey. Jay
Rickerts enjoys representing Student Council at the pep rallies.
Student Council. Front row: Mrs. Connie Overstreet, sponsor: M.
Lindsey, sergeant at arms: M. Echelle, secretary: J. Rickerts,
president C. Johnson, vice president: M. Parker, chaplain: R.
Pritchard, historian: Mrs. Dee Dressler, sponsor. Row 2: M.
Quick, S. Floyd, R. Young, L. Perry, B. Childers, S. Sorrels, K.
Hughes, S. Rains, R. Snider, J. Brown, J. Dressler, V. Malicoate,
L. Ogg. A. Gray, N. Antwine. Row 3: W. Willis, M. Stanley, C.
Hicks, S. Grillin, D. Boyce, S. Clay, S. Harper, K. Hansen, N.
Brown, L. Farris, K. Bowles, K. Howard, T. Roach, S. Crain, B.
Mason. Row 4: E. Thomas, D. Hall, S. Kaya, W. Strickland, D.
Brewer, T. Pittman, C. Wynn, T. Turner, D. Davis, C. Gardner, K.
Harper, S. Rains, M. Jackson, S. Lunsford, G. Tucker, M. Pollard.
Back row: G. Hoard, R. Sell, R. Wade, K. Hall, L. Brown, J. Rich-
ardson, M. Ledtord, R. Spraudling, G. Smith, D. Root, A. Blakleg,
P. Roberson, R. Vowell, J. Leonard, C. Ulman, L. Cooper, .
Todd. Most students got interested in the United Appeal brick
sale sponsored by Student Council. Dwana Vinyard and Trena
Stewart just love to show ott their homecoming mums they
mnmved lrom someone special.
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For the lirst time in several years, the school had
a student directory, due to the ettorts ol the Honor
The group skirted ever-pressing privacy laws by
selling spots tor individuals and organizations.
A lormal initiation brought the total membership
to 96. Members were required to have a 3.4 grade
To raise money, the group sponsored a car wash.
Under the sponsorship ot Mrs. Christine Baugh,
Mr. Ron Cable, and Mrs. Thelma Parks, the organi-
zation gave scholarships at the end ol the year.
Otticers were Laura Farris, president, Edward
Ewald, vice president, Candy McCown, treasurer,
Carol Gardner, secretary, Kim Brooks, chaplain:
Janice Carroll, historian.
"To run a tight ship you have to go by the book," says Mrs. Christine
Baugh to Laura Ferris. Gloria Hoard and Nancy Brown lind that sell-
ing names lor the student directory is a load ol lun. Candy McCown
and Carol Gardener present Carle Micke with her Honor Society initi-
ation certilicate. Kelli Smith dreams, "One ot these days." Candy
McCown wishes that she did not always get stuck with these iobs.
Mika Baker, Craig Ferret, and Steve Hartson get ready tor the Honor
Society initiation. Honor Society. Front row: Mr. Ron Cable, sponsor,
Mrs. Christine Baugh, sponsor, C. Gardner, secretary, E. Ewald, vice
president, L. Ferris, president, K. Brooks, chaplain, C. McCown, trea-
surer, Mr. Ralph King, sponsor: Mrs. Thelma Parks, sponsor. Row 2:
D. Leach, F. Mathis, B. Ham, L. Perry, M. Martin, T. West, S. Cogburn,
K. Smith, V. Melicoate, T. Preston, R. Howard, C. Reeves, P. Julian,
D, Lunslord, P. Webster. Row 3: D. Forman, L. Ogg, M. Lindsey, M.
Parker, B. Evans, G. Mundt, R.Ruyle,S.Ro1in, N. Brown. S. Reins, C.
Hicks, C. Reece, C. Elrod, C. Litterell, L. Splawn, L. Heath, J.
Schlecht. Row 4: J. Leonard, B. Stnnger, C, Johnson, J. Cottey, C.
Curry, R. Knapp, S. Stringer, S. Holloway, K. Geoplert, T. Bell, D.
Connell, D. Davis, N. Ettinger, Fl. Boyd, D. Patton, C. Wynn, D. Float, J.
Nokes. Back row: G. Tucker, S. Tyree, G. Smith, S. Hartson, G.
Hoard, T. Wilson, C. Benson, M, Baker, C. Lookabeugh, G. Marley, B.
Allen, T. Shepard, T. Mastin, C. Smith, M. Hartson, M. Standard.
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Both Mu Alpha Theta and The Foreign Language
Club put an accent on frequent parties and fellow-
ship in their clubs.
In addition to the mixers, Mu Alpha Theta, again
under the sponsorship of Mr. Severlan Vaughn, pre-
sented awards for in-school performance and con-
ducted the annual national math test.
Their purpose was to encourage more students
to get involved in higher math course.
Under sponsors, Mrs. Nancy Phelps and Mrs.
Brenda Roberson, the Foreign Language Club
members visited several restaurants featuring for-
eign food. They also had pen pals from different
Foreign Language Club members still find the time to have lun while
they leem. Randy Spradling, Kim Weir, and Shame Rozin discover
that the teacher can take only so much: then it is, "Out in the halll"
Mrs. Phelps shows Michelle Stanley, Jeff Parks, and Eric Clay that
songs are e good way to learn French. For some, it is complicated,
but to Linda Ogg, calculus is as easy as chewing gum. Mu Alpha
Theta. Front row: E. Ewald, treasurer, D. Connel, president, L. Farris,
vice president, L. Perry, secretary. Row 2: J. Vaughn, S. Rozin, C.
Curry, B. McDougal, R. Snider, S. Rains, D. Lunsford, L. Back
row: Mr. S. Vaughn, sponsor, D. Wilson, R. Spradling, R. elch, J.
Hensley, S. Verdicchio, R. Blackwood, M. Hartson. Foreign Lan-
guage. Front row: J. DeVeney, representative-at-large: M. Parker,
sergeant at arms: R. Spradling, president: M. Stanley, vice president,
D. rtiz, treasurer: B. Cox, reporter, T. Horton, chaplain. Row 2: K.
Dooley, A. Nebert, L. Perry, S. Rozin, D. Nichols, M. Diaz, T. Davis, T.
Longnecker. Row 3: B. Roberson, M. Lindsey, E. Clay, G. Mundt, K.
Rushing, T. Suggs, S. Hillman, J. Black, Mrs. Nancy Phelps, sponsor.
Back row: J. Pants, K. Miller, C. Gardner, S. Rains, G. Tucker, K.
Ingram, L Rudiger, R. Vowell, J. Robertson. "Being the Mu Alpha
Theta sponsor is a good job," says Mr. Vaughn, "but it aura makes
you thirsty." Carol Gardner, Nancy Effinger and Lori Perry know that
they are not French, "but maybe no one will notice."
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Mrs. Jayne Thompson continued to spon-
sor Thespians and the Clown Troupe this
year, but the Speech Club was sponsored by
new language arts teacher, Mr. Guy Smith.
Thespians presented three plays, the tirst
of which was "Arsenic and Old Lace," plus a
Christmas program. They entered several
drama contests and assisted with the Gen-
eral Review in February.
The Clown Troupe did an hour show at
Capitol Hill Baptist Church and marched in
the parade in Circus Vargas. In addition, the
troupe attended a Darrell Hains Clown work-
With his intent to promote speech and oral
communication, Mr. Smith entered his stu-
dents in several speech and debate tourna-
ments. The group also took time for recrea-
tion, sponsoring several parties during the
Throwing himself eagerly into his work, stagecraft member
Bill Pickle secures the props used in "Arsenic and Old
Lace," the drama department's first play of the year. Susan
Clark, Craig Farrell, and Mark Hise discuss with Mr. Guy
Smith, speech teacher and debate coach, the option of unit-
ing the drama department and the speech department for an
upcoming debate. Thespians. Front row: M. Diaz, L. Brady,
M. Terry, B. Pickle, T. Wilson, Mrs. Jayne Thompson, spon-
sor. Row 2: D. Leach, G. Jackson, H. Longnell, S. Price, B.
Hillman, A. Parker, L. Jones. Row 3: S. Mosley, K. Rushing,
S. Clark, T. Acton, L. Parks, S. Crain, C. Acton, C. Boggs, L.
Armstrong. Row 4: V. Holden, L. Parker, S. Kays, G, Smith, S.
Murray, C. Childs, P. Chappelear, A. Pannell, C. Farrell.
Back row: V. Norris, S. Hatson, L. Rudiger, J. Taylor, D. Rich-
burg, J. Hensley, J. Nokes, G. Lindsey, J. Stewart. Clown
Troupe. Front row: A. Pannell, L. Brady, D. Carlson, P. Chap-
pelear, H. Longnell, S. Kays. Back row: W. Meter, C. Acton,
T. Acton, S. Clark, J. Hensley. Speech Club. Front Row: P.
Chappelear, H. Longnell, R. Andruchow, L. Sharp, J. Adam-
son. Row Two: Guy Smith, Sponsor, T. Roach, K. Rushing,
M. Hise, K. Howard, C. Milzet. Back row: K. Smith, C. Farrell,
M. Terry, J. Nokes, S. Hartson. Jason Hensley and Kevin
Rushing strive for perfection by long hours of repeated
rehearsal as they prepare for "Arsenic and Old Lace." Helen
Longnell does not "clown" around as she profrciently
applies her clown make-up. Chosen for royalty this year are
Jeff Taylor, Laura Brady, and Jeff Nokes.
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108 ' Human Relations, SAC
The highlight lor Human Relations this year was
the Spring ubilee. Student Advisory Committee
visited other schools to discuss and solve common
Human Relations planned a spring dance that
involved the whole student body. They also did
some tutoring at Fillmore Elementary school. One
activity that involved the teachers was the Teach-
ers' Dress-Up contest at Halloween. Sponsor was
Mrs. Arbeecher Holtman.
SAC visited surrounding high schools to discuss
common school problems and to lind solutions lor
them. They also sponsored one activity a month
such as Clean-Up Day and Kiddies' Day. Their
sponsor was Miss Jewel Houston.
Waiting the judges' decision are the teachers who participated in
teacher dress-up contest. Mrs. Holtman meets with her students to
discuss upcoming events. Human Relations. Front Row: A. Hutlmsn,
sponsor: D. Root, co-treasurer: T. Bell, president: L. Venn, crrtrea-
surer: T. James. assistant secretary. Row Two: T. Wooten, K. Fox, ll.
lryden, 8. tledley, P. Sumpter, C. Ridley, B. Fletcher. Row Three: E.
Thomas, l. Wooten, K. Rushing, T. Roach, W. Scales, C. Pearson, S.
llunay. Back Row: G. Hoard, S. Vickers, G. Smith, D. Dune, A.
Blakely, S. Hall. SAC. Front Row: V. Taylor, D. Le, Miss Jewel Hous-
ton, sponsorg K. Bridwell, L. Ortiz. C. Johnson. Back Row: R.
Thomas, L. Jelleraon, L. Wilson, J. Lssltey, I. Taplin, ll. Roberson,
IA. Winters, C. Wooten. SAC is constantly working to make a better
school. Terri lell awards tlies Wilson lirst place in lie teacher
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With their distribution date the second Thursday
each month, the Grant Dispatch staff kept the mag-
azine format of the 1977-78 school year.
Kelly D. Smith was editor-in-chief, and Teresa
Napier was business manager. They decided to
keep ads at a minimum to allow maximum space for
As a staff, the group handled the sale of publica-
tion packets which was the principal source of rev-
enue for both the yearbook and newspaper staffs.
An athlete himself, Mike Griffin served as sports
editorg another athlete, Matt Standard, was leature
editor, Jackie Huffman was editorial editor, and Joe
Midgett was news editor.
Newspaper. Front row: F. Corey, K. Smith, C. Johnson, J. Huffman, D.
Williamson, Dr, Ruth Kraemer, sponsor. Row 2: M. Griffin, M. Coker,
T. Napier, L. Nance, K. Smith. Back row: M. Standard, J. Midgetf, M.
Darnold, J. Nokes, L. Wilson, V. Rose. Kim Thomas hurriedly types
copy for the next newspaper deadline. Sports editor, Mike Griffin,
designs layouts for his section. Teresa Napier assists Jackie Huff-
man, circulalion manager, in filing names ol persons who receive
newspapers. Staff members rehearse songs written to promote
sales. Dispatch editor, Kelly Smith spends long hours making sure
everything is perfect before it is sent to press.
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For the first time as a yearbook advisor, Dr. Ruth
Kraemer sponsored a staff without an editor-in-
With only tive returning staff persons, the group
chose "Mazes of the Seventies" as their over-all
theme. As a new dimension, new photographic
ideas were gradually worked into the yearbook.
Jackie Huffman directed yearbook sales which
were promoted by a S100 donation from Steel Rig-
gers and Constructors Incorporated.
To cover the cost of publishing, advertising man-
ager Teresa Napier and the sales crew worked
throughout the year selling ads to local businesses.
Cathy Childs and Denise Leach always thought the index would be
hard: now they know it is. Kelly Young shows Kellie Flex, Ronnie
Pritchard, Joni Bartl, and Tari Downard the next deadline. General
staff. Front row: M. Brewster, D. Leach, C. Childs, J, Hulfman, T.
Julian, K. Young, 5. Floyd. Row 2: J. Bartl, K. Rex, V. Walker, C.
Curry, M. Sampson, L. Gibson, G. Morphis. Back row: Dr. Ruth
Kraemer, sponsor, J. Nokel, C. Smith, C. Lookabaugh, M. Ross, T.
Groves, T. Downard. Tina Groves helps Kristi Lambeth decide what
pictures to crop for school life. "There is so much to be done," think
Jeff Nokes and Mark Brewster as Cindy Lookabaugh shows them
some layouts. As the advertising manager, Teresa Napier enjoys
talking to employers for adl.
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Inner Freedom and Fellowship ol Christian Ath-
letes had as their continued concern, the spiritual
dimension ol students and an understanding ol the
Bible. The Science Club under the supervision ol a
new teacher, Mr. Jack Nichols, took tield trip.
Both groups met weekly all year and Ieatured
guest speakers, FCA accenting personalities from
the sports world. Inner Freedom also had a break-
Mr. Glen Castle was head sponsor ol FCA, and
Mr. Jim Baker again sponsored Inner Freedom.
Otticers ol F A were Todd Demeter, president:
and Tonny Turner, vice-president, Carol Elrod was
president lor Inner Freedom.
In their weekly meetings, the science club wel-
comed special speakers on science subjects like
bug collecting and birds. The group also sponsored
a school-wide Science Fair.
FCA. Front row: T. Null, R. Hook, L. Tinsley, L. Jellerson, J. Gooding,
S. Treil. Row 2: K. McCoin, D. Lunslord, K. Brooks, C. Elrod, J. Dres-
sler, D. Davis. Back row: T. Tumer, 8. Kessler, T. Demeter, T. Mestin,
B. Hslelrigg, Mr. Glen Castle, sponsor. Inner Freedom. Front row: K.
Smith, J. Byrd, M, Parker, C. Elrod, K. Rushing, P. Morgan, Mr, Jim
Baker, sponsor. Back row: P. Webster, M. Echelle, S. Carter, T. Wil-
son, J. Nolies, S. Dsvis, D. Root. Science. Front row: Mr. Jack
Nichols, sponsor: T. Edwards, sergeant-st-arms: C. Curry, president:
J. Taylor, vice-president, S. Stringer, treasurer. Row 2: J. Rotrock, B.
Wooten, M. Jackson, S. Crain, R. Knapp. Back row: M. Hartson, M.
Gritlith, S. Fish, K. Rushing. Kim Brooks, Tommy Turner, Mike Ross
and Todd Demeter question Wally Willis during an FCA meeting "Ah
Wildemessl' The Science Club observes nature st its lullest ss Sen-
dra Stringer spots sn interesting rock, Jett Taylor snd Michelle Jack-
son lind that s ride on this luxury bus comes with all ol the trim-
mings. Scott Carter says, "Il Billy Graham can do it, I can do it too."
Tobi Null and Rhonda Hook agree that poster idess are not as essy
as they thought they would be. Kevin Rushing and Jetl Nokes lind out
that studying the Bible can be "HeavenIy."
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Composed mostly of safety conscious drivers'
education students, Red Cross-Safety Council
sponsored several service projects this year. The
photography club encountered organizational
obstacles in their first active year under sponsor
Mr. Mark Lyons.
Mr. John Savage, Red Cross-Safety Council
sponsor, again led his award-winning drivers in
local and state competition. In addition, the group
sponsored a mock disaster to practice their emer-
gency first aid skills.
After several previous attempts, Mr. Lyons was
finally able to organize his photography club. Inter-
ested students who had cameras were involved.
The club held a school-wide photo contest in which
three winners were announced.
Reba Gray tries not to hurt Alan Martin too much as she checks his
blood type for part of a first sid course. Cathy Curry wants to be sure
har camera lens is clean inside and out before taking any pictures.
Photography club president, Robbie Sullivan, judges photographs
entered in a school-wide photo contest sponsored by the club. "You
can only have two drivers in the front seat," Mr. Luke Harris tells
safety council members Terri Musgrove, David Swidler and Shelly
Molet. Safety Council. Front row: Mr. John Savage, sponsor: S. Bibb,
J. Vlilmoth, M. Logstan, M. Swafford, T. Huddleston, B. Whatley, M.
Borror, G. Stephens, C. Moore, A. Todd. Row 2: C. Stevens, E.
Mathews, D. Bradford, K. Jones, D. Wilks, 5. Ryan, D. Bryant, D.
Bradford, R. Lee, V. Byers. Back row: K. Hurst, B. Cosgrove, C.
Moore, D. Vandergriff, B. Woolen, A. Cooper, K. Thomas, S. Adams,
J. Harding, M. Capshaw, D. Blakey. Photography. Front row: C.
Childs, K. Anderson, L. Moses. Back row: R. Pritchard, R. Sullivan, C.
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The main stream ol activities lor the 0'CIub this
year centered around their new 0'Club jackets.
They sold cards and Christmas candy to raise
tunds tor the jackets.
They awarded special pins to the outstanding
athletes who lettered in basketball, volleyball,
track, soltball, and tennis.
Initiation was designed to bring in tor run olt?J
new members. Members dressed up the initiates in
lunny clothes and took them to public places.
The olticers were Lydia Washington, president,
Brenda Allen, vice presidentg Beverly Marble, trea-
surer. Mrs. Connie Ellis and Mrs. Vicky Parker were
Mrs. Vicky Parker shows the game schedule to some ofthe players.
Dressed in gooty outfits are the new initiates to the Girls' 0'Club.
Girls' O'CIub. Front Row. B. Marble, treasurer: L. Washington, Presi-
dent: B. Allen, Vice President. Flow Two: D. Lunslord, R. Hook, D.
Foley, L. Jetlerson, D. Galbreath, L. Ortiz, S. Clay. Row Three: A.
Davidson, G. Speegle, L. Parish, T. Helner, F. Whatley, L Schoelen,
K. Rogers, D. Blakely. Back Row: Mrs. Connie Ellis, Sponsor, S. Gow-
ens, P. Thomas, A. Cooper, C. Smith, V. Brock, C. Wooten, Mrs. Vicky
Parker, Sponsor. Patty Thomas, along with some ol her lriends, says
"Boy do I leel like a clown"l Stacy Gowens and Cheryl Smith show
otl their new 0'CIub jackets.
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Disfributive Education Clubs of America, spon-
sored by Miss Frances Hendrix, and Cooperative
Work students, sponsored by Mrs. Debbie Gandy,
and Mrs. Eileen Echols, had as their main concern
the performance of students on their individual
Designed to assist students in fields of merchan-
dising and marketing, DE participated in the KOFM
To raise funds for conference, the DE students
raffled off 100 gallons of gasoline. They attended
the Officers Training Conference at Central State
University in October and a mini-conference in
November. Some students participated in the state
and national leadership conference in the spring.
Becky Binswanger puts finishing touches on her free enterprise win-
dow display. Kim Cox, president, discusses with her officers the
upcomingagas raffle. Officers are left to right, Kellie Rex, historian,
Barbara nnon, vice president, LeeAnn Wheeler, reporter: Joe Mid-
gett, treasurer, Becky Binswanger, perliamentarien, Gay Morphis,
photographer, and Tina Groves, chaplain. Also pictured are Miss
Frances Hendrix, teacher-coordinator and Mr. Paul Smith, student
teacher. DECA, Front row: T. Groves, chaplain, B, Binswenger, per-
liamentarian: R. Spradling, treasurer: J. Midgett, treasurer: K. Cox,
president: B. Cannon, vice-president: C, Young, photographer: L.
Wheeler, reporter, G. Morphis, photographer: T. Rogers, secretary.
Row 2: T. Worcester, T. Shepard, K. Vendiver, R. Wheeler, S. Floyd,
R. Rogers, C. Higgins, L. Winfrey, D. Myers, T. Newport, Miss Frln-
ces Hendrix, sponsor. Row 3: F. Mathis, S. Fredrick, P. Kramer, P.
Swafford, J. Murrsy, R. Huddleston, C. Reed, K. Wood, R. Blackburn,
D. Stafford. Back row: D. Upjohn, R. Bateman, M. Sampson, R. For-
shee, B. Woosley, L. Goodson, J. Bell, T. Eustice, M. Turk, P. Sten-
kewitz. Co-op Students. Front row: C. Ridley, V. LeVaditis, R. Towell,
J. Rotrock, D. Lawrence, J. Otley, C. Reed, L. Rogers. Row 2: Mrs.
Debbie Gandy, sponsor, J. Powell, D. Etris, V. Reeves, J. Gonshor, P.
Sumpter, B. Powell, Ms. Eileen Echols, sponsor. Back row: V. Shan-
non, D. Dures, G. Brown, M. Unsell, C. Carter, D. Richburg, J. Persall.
Craig Carter works on Mrs. Debbie Gandy's car as she closely
watches on. Paul Swafford and Jimmy Murray get all the practice
they need, counting money in the D.E. If class.
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Providing tree cosmetolog services lor handi-
capped students lrom Carter enter was a new pro-
ject tor Vocational Industrial Clubs ol America this
Under the leadership ot Mrs. Greta Emanual,
sponsor, the group attended state contest in the
At both Thanksgiving and Christmas, the group
gave food baskets and toys to needy lamilies.
Otticers, Gail Kelly, parliamenlariang Pam 0'DaniaI, president, and
Kim Mullings, vice president take a law minutes to discuss upcom-
ing events. Shari Richardson lakes her lime as she cuts her patron's
hair. VICA. Front Row. K. Mullings, vice president: P. 0'DanieI, presi-
dent: C. Crist, treasurer: K. Ryan, ir. historian: G. Speegla, secretary:
G. Kelly, parliamentariang P. Caskay, correspondence secretary.
Row Two. C. Rudigar, K. Gilliam, sr. historian: S. Gibson, J. Parker,
V. Shene. Back Row. C. Cripps, C. Rogers, S. Richardson, M. Tune.
Carol Christ and Karan Ryan get into the swing ol things with VlCA's
s:mual can drive. Gina Speegla has to make sure every hair is in
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Pertorming during the Christmas season high-
lighted the year lor the 63-member choir.
Their concerts lor the Christmas season included
singing at the Kiwanis Club, Crossroads Mall, and
Shepherd Mall. They also presented the school with
a special Christmas assembly.
To raise lunds lor the choir, members sold can-
Also on the agenda was a spring concert tor the
Otticers were Tom Edwards, president, Bonnie
Harn, vice president, Michele Stanley, secretaryg
Carla Hicks, treasurer, Stacy Rains, chaplain. The
director was again Mr. 0. J. Thomas.
Leonard Morris enjoys playing the piano lor Laurie Galbreath, Karen
Frazier, Paula Pribble, Gerald Smith, Mike Ingram and Stephanie
Price. Diana Knowles gets music coaching lrom Debbie Vann in
choir. Choir. Front row: P. Colbert, S. Smith, A. Skidmore, A. Mercer,
K. Frazier, A. Moody, L. Shine, G. Malicoate. Flow 2: D. Vann, L.
Davis, S. Price, L. Galbreath, E. Stevenson, D. Coker, R. Seymour, A.
Parker, D. Ross, P. Pribble. Back row: T. Anderson, C. Maynard, C.
Zeigler, G. Smith, D. Richburg, A. Johnson, A. Edwards, T. Heiney.
Choir. Front row: C. Hicks, treasurer, B. Harn, vice president, T.
Edwards, president, M. Stanley, secretary, S. Rains, chaplain. Row 2:
J. Brown, D. Kelly, S. Bmce, K. Harper, L. Sharp, P. Rogers, K. Harri-
son, J. Leonard, J. Cannon, J. Tapp, N. Leiner. Row 3: J. Glass, C.
Tate, J. McDaniel, C. Finch, L. Cooper, M. Holden, H. Longnell, G,
Jackson, V. Aynes, N. Raiden, A. Parker, D. Harper, K. Austin, Fl.
Howard. Row 4: Mr. 0. J. Thomas, sponsor, J. Mercer, T. Hewitt, K.
Anderson, S. Gibson, C. Herrin, D. Boyd, S. Williams, S. Williams, D.
Vandergritt, L. Rex, J. Ewald, C. Hallman. Back row: D, Bradtord, J.
Nance, S. Tyree, B. Altstatt, L. Mustang, G. Sanders, D. Anderson, R.
Sullivan, J. Davis, R. Bateman, P. Francisco. You call this music?
says Tim Anderson. 0. J. Thomas directs and sings out loud with his
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Baker went to the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona during the
The marching band attended Oklahoma State
University Homecoming and won a second place
trophy. They also attended Band Day at OSU, and
the Regional Marching Contest at Mustang and
The band sold a number ot things including pop-
corn, lniit, giant size coloring books, and candy.
They had a U. S. Grant Day in which they sold at
McDonald's. They had a garage sale and also their
annual Spaghetti Dinner.
The band attended contests at Phillips Univer-
sity, Cameron University, and Central State Univer-
The concert band held their annual Christmas
and spdng concens and wentto contestat
Oklahoma City University.
This year's drum majors were Cardella Stephens
and Mark Winter.
Even when Mr. Beker's not around lor a meeting, he always seems
with them. Larry Rudiger concentrates on his work even though the
pep club is right behind him. Band. Front row: C. Stokes, M. Staggs,
L. Medley, C. Acton, S. Langston, B. Cravens, D. Connell. M. Echella,
D. Wilson, D. Hutton, J. Knost, T. Sims, L. White, K. Hutlman, V.
James. Row 2: D. Hall, C. Miller, R. Molzet, S. Elrod, R. West, S. Boyd,
C. Stephens, T. Knost, M. Vandiver, A. Wiley, M. Marks, A. Hubbard,
H. Gray, C. Farrell, A. Tumer, L. Scott, K. Waits, L. Navarro, T. Heiney,
C. Forshee. Row 3: C. Winter, M. Bone, K. Carrick, D. Baker, R.
Hanes, J. Jordan, L. Butler, M. Winter, S. Carter, R. Pritchard, K.
Kramer, J. Murray, S. Beaty, A. Moss, K. Borum, T. Gibson, G. God-
win, S. Briggs, D. Clark, S. Clark, R. Burdick. Row 4: K. Hanks, S.
Leonard, P. Wood, J. Sowell, J. Williams, M. Owens, T. Jackson, C.
Fansler, D. Edwards, T. Jackson, J. Taylor, J. Navarro, M. Warner, K.
Robertson, R. Johnson, G. McDaniels, B. Graham, W. Blethrow, J.
John A. Scott, L. McAIister, P. Briggs. Back row: Mr. J. Baker, spon-
sor: K. Thomas, K. Baker, D. Hodgin, J. Clark, D. Chambers, D. Ret-
ter, T. Wilson, J. Rickerts, E. Totten, L. Rudiger, J. Wilson, J. Hensley,
E. Rains, G. Grey, M. Carrick, K. Edwards, J. Walden, K. Snider, J.
Bratcher, J. Bratcher, T. Curry, D. Swidler, D. Staggs. "Instruments in
position" implies Director Jim Baker as he leads his troops in a halt-
time performance. Jason Hensley picks to perfection.
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marching with the marching Generals were the Drill
Team, Flag Corps and the Majorettes.
Drill team, sponsored by Mrs. Connie Ellis, and
Flag Corps and Majorettes, sponsored by Mr. Jim
Baker, participated in a clinic at Grant during the
summer in which they learned new routines to add
spice to their pertormances.
All three groups went to Phoenix, Arizona with
the Marching Generals and marched in the Fiesta
Drill team captain tor the year was Kristie Lam-
beth, tlag corps captain was Carrie Acton, and
Dianne Connell was head majorette.
Drill Team adds lite to halttime perlorrnances at the games while
Kristie Lambeth keeps a watching eye. Laura Medley knows there
are good things about being in the Flag Corps, and one is putting
those llags together every time they need to use them. Michelle
Echelle keeps that baton moving while she ts marching. The major-
ettes take a break at the Homecoming game against the Capitol Hill
Redskins. Twirling tire is something a little bit dangerous, Betsy Cra-
vens keeps the baton way above her head. Drill Team. Front rowz T,
Bane, L. Galbreath, S. Waldrop. L. Waggoner. Row 2: S. Perakis, D.
Walton, M. Lindsey, C. Maddox. Row 3: B. Burleson, K. Lindsey, P.
Thomas, B. San Antonio. Back row: L. Brady. Mrs, Connie Ellis,
sponsor: K. Lambeth. Maiorettes. Front row: D Hutton, D. Connell, B.
Cravens, Back row: M. Echelle, D. Wilson. Flag Corps. Front row: C.
Acton, M. Staggs, C, Stokes. S. Langston. Back row: L. Medley, V.
James. L. White, J. Knost, T. Sims, K. Hullman.
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The Pep Club sponsored by Miss Lois Sughru
and led by Kelly Vandiver, again ushered at the
Rodeo and Ice Capades at the Oklahoma State Fair.
Besides always showing their spirit during
games, they brought refreshments to the lootball
team during two-a-day practices in the summer.
They also held their annual banquet in the spring.
ln Pep Club everyone enloys participating in all cheers. Cheryl Tate
waits in agony as the seconds tick on. Terry Allan always did like
chocolate cake even il Kelly Vandiver did make it. Linda Cooper and
Miss Sughru talks about what is coming up in the Generals' luture.
Pep Club. Front Row: R. Emerson, M. Holden, R. Orr. R. Hook. T.
West, L. Washington. G. Stephens, D. Bryant, F. Speegle, K. Curtis, T.
Pearson, D. Boyce. Row 2: J. Davis, B. Childers. L. Cooper. J.
McDaniel, T. Grant. D. Foley, K. Vandiver, C. Tate. M. Stanley. T. Null,
L. Howery, T. Tate, M. Martin. Row 3: K. Harper, J. Glass, R. Snider,
K. Weir, K. Bowles, M. Parker, H. Longnell, K. Weir. S. Rozin, K.
Hearst, K. Ragsdale, C. Craig, M. Hyden, K. Hudson, C. Ullman. Row
4: L. Smith, D. Harper, C. Hicks, S. Floyd, V. Hanks. T, Green, K.
Seright, S. Sorrels, T. Smiley, L. Hubbard, C. Dowly, A. Hebert, T
Stewart, N. Micue. Row 5: K. Schuerholt, C. Seanght, D. Winlord, M.
Borror, S. Ryan, L. Lake, C. Stephens, K. Hansen, S. Rains. W. Meler,
A. Pannel, D. McDaniel, D. Stewart. Row 6: K. Dooley, B. Cox, C. Eld-
ers, G. Malicoate, A. Choaty, D. Hewett, R. Sackett, D. Craig, S. Med-
ley, D. Blancett, M. Davis, L. Harris, S. Cogburn. Row 7: C. Udders, J.
Gooding, S. Trail, P. Scrudder, S. Shipley, R. Stanford, S. Brrnlee, L.
McCune, B. Allen, S. Clay, A. House. Back Row: T. Wooden, C.
Boggs, V. Taylor, P. Sumpter, R. Coker, S. Bruce. N. Leimer, L. Rex, J.
Tapp, R. Andruchow, A. Onguner. M. Webb, D. McNees. Olticers.
Linda Cooper. Janet McDaniel, Laura Howery, Tobi Null, Tammy
Grant. Michele Stanley, Dianna Foley, Cheryl Tale, Kelly Vandiver.
Spirit Boosters. Melody Martin, Jaml Davis, Betty Childers, Tammy
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Parents are really a very big part ot school life.
Just think about all they do for us. They were
always there to support their sons and daughters
no matter how bad we played a game or how
many times we gooted up. They never cared,
because they think we're great!
Generals' parents show much excitement at a home lootball
game. Joni Bartl's mother can'l believe that her daughter will
be married in a few short months. Kristie Lambeth and her
husband Mike stand proud with their parents, after their wed-
ding ceremony. Carl Slayton gives his stepson Greg Williams
a tew pointers about cars.
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Behind the scenes at U. S. Grant many unusual things were
happening. People were caught by surprise. Some were angry,
and others laughed. When people look back at Behind the
Scenes at Grant they will remember all of the good times, bad
times, and some of the embarrassing times. Most of all what they
will remember is how much fun they had at U. S. Grant High.
Susan Perakis rests her sleepy head on Paul Woods' shoulder after a tiresome
band trip. Mike Darnold sneaks a dip ol Skoal during class time. Mike Ross,
Doug Anderson and Robert Lawrence think Matt Standard needs a cold shower
after the SE game. Ot course l'm vanished from view, this isn't something I would
do in Public.
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Senior Year: A time that is looked forward to by every
student since their first day of school. However, as the
time grows closer with senior circle, pep assemblies, the
ordering of announcements and a farewell to school
books we realize that it will really be missed as an impor-
tant part of our life.
Randy Spradling faces a tough decision as Nancy Brown and Lori Perry
present to him a variety of announcements. The last home game ends
on a sad note as seniors join hands in the traditional senior circle. Sen-
iors have never Iacked enthusiasm, and their spirit is rarely super-
seded at the pep assemblies. Robert l.awrence hurls his books upward
in a gesture of joy and triumph as he completes his senior year, and
concludes his high school days.
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Floats aren't made with just ice cream and root-
beer. They take careful planning, ingenuity, and
elbow grease. People from clubs, homerooms, and
classes get together every year tor a little bit of cra-
ziness to get the look that is just right.
Junior class members take a ride on their class lloat which won
tirst place. Second place lloat in the classes division was "King
Kong." Mickey Mouse is always a star, as he celebrates his titti-
eth birthday. Ready to scalp the Redskins, the Generals crash
through the barrierl It was obvious what the predicted outcome
ot the game would be as shown by COE members.
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Generals have always been heroes. General Grant was a famous hero
on the battle field, and the homecoming royalty is famous on the football
For the Homecomin ceremonies Kristi Overstreet was chosen flower irl and Brantle
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Field was crown bearer. The 1978-79 Homecoming Queen, Lynn Walker, stands with her "
attendants: Senior, Gay Morphis, Juniors Fanny Whatley and Gina Speegle, Sophomore,
Joanna Wilson, Freshman, Kerri Rogers. Senior attendant, Gay Morphis, and her escort
Matt Standard, leave the field with the thought "l'm sure glad it's over." Queen Lynn
Walker and her escort Mike Ross look as if this is the time ol their life.
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Musicians are always artistic-minded, even when
their royalty is involved. They select with care and per-
fection just the right one.
The Stage-Band helps give the pep rally a little pizzazz. This year's
choir attendants are Michele Stanley, Helen Longnell, Bonnie Harn,
and Darla Harper. Their escorts are Robbie Sullivan, Leonard Mor-
ris, Jerry Davis, and Gary Sanders. This year's lreshman choir
attendant is Stephanie Price, and her escort is Mike Terry. Running
tor Drill Team Queen are Laura Brady, Kristie Lambeth, Susan Per-
akis and Terri Bane. Escorting them are Terry Wilson, Tony Gibson,
Paul Wood and Jason Hensley. The attendants lor this year's band
king and queen are Donna Wilson, Diane Connell, Deedee Hutton,
Cindy Winter, and Katrinka Snider tor Queen. For King are Eugene
Totten, Jimmy Sowell, Donny Retter, Kevin Baker, and Jay Rickerts.
The choir's king and queen are Helen Longnell and Jerry Davis. The
winners for band King and Queen are Dee Dee Hutton and Donnie
Retter. The Drill Team Queen is Susan Perakis. Band King and
Queen were Donnie Retter and DeeDee Hutton.
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they get together they select a beautiful girl to
represent them. Cagers and matmen are no
exception and they had a number ol beauties
from which to choose.
Excitement and unmatched enthusiasm is the key to
much ol the Lady Generals success, and both of these
commodities are displayed lrom the opening tip-oft. There
is more to the sport ot wrestling than muscle and brawn,
as shown by the selected attendants Diane Foley, Jana
Gooding, Tammy West, Teresa Hopkins, and Tammy
Green. The wrestling team has chosen Tammy West as
the 1978-79 Queen. Adding to the sensation ol basketball
are this years attendants Jacquelin Hayes, Marsha Max-
well, Robin Ruyle, Robin Thomas, and Rhonda Hook.
Selected in honor tor basketball Queen is Robin Thomas.
Robin Ruyle is proud to be the senior attendant lor basket-
ball royalty. Serving as wrestling senior attendant is
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throughout the year, although repeating
another 2-8 season. Under new head coach
Roy Howell, they developed one ot the city's
tinest defensive teams before tiring out
through one of the state's toughest grid
For the tirst time in a decade, rival Capitol
Hill upset the Generals, 3-0 in a somewhat
controversial meeting. Victories were
earned over Southeast and Northwest.
Also during the season, other games
stood out. Against play-otl teams Altus,
Edmond and Midwest City the Generals
looked impressive at times. Against the
Bombers, they led 7-0 and tied 7-7 at half-
time, betore falling to an outstanding
ground attack. ln the Altus and Edmond
games, they never led, but put together
Leading the Generals onto the lield are Mike Ross, Tim McCathern, Jerry
Gonshore, and Mark Gilliam. Explaining the techniques ol the game to
Doug Anderson is Coach Jim Faurot. The Generals' style comes through
as Clark Johnson gracelully receives a pass. J.V. and Varsity Football.
Front row: Ricky Wilson, Doug Anderson, Mark Gilliam, Robert Lawrence,
Jerry Gonshore, Mike Griltin, Jerry Davis, Matt Standard, Brian
McDougal, Buster Keasler, Phillip Hook. Second row: Kevin Southerland,
Tim McCathern, Brian Suchy, Dennis Proctor, Brent Hazelrigg, Mike
Ross, Ricky Bateman, Billy Altstatt, Harvey Sickles, Tony Hewitt. Third
row: David Molet, Andy Patterson, Chip Hill, Greg Lindsay, Papa Wil-
liams, Allen Martin, James Allen, .lett McKee, Kelly Tompkins, Bill Fra-
zier, Ricky Knapp. Fourth row: Jett Rodgers, Brett Stokes, Jett Rutledge,
Gary Sanders, George Vasquez, Karl Greene, Terry Allen, Rodney Paul,
Jett Reeves, Greg Whittenburg. Filth row: Jimmy Taylor, Mika Tolbert,
Anthony Alton, Burt Wooten, Calvin Hytche, Tom Ebert, Keith Dixon,
Kevin Goodmiller, Clark Johnson. Sixth row: Randy Wooten, Jerry Gar-
rett. Coaches: Ron Pendley, Glen Castle, Jim Faurot, Luke Harris, Roy
Howell, John Savage, Roger Blackwood, Eddie Chapel, Steve Zeigler.
Not pictured, Coach Mark Lyons. Van Logan sees a hole and takes
advantage ot it thanks to those lantastic blockers. Buster Keasler keeps
his eyes on the ball and away trom the opposing team. Mike Ross takes a
minute to catch his breath belore going back into the game.
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standing individuals, but a pair to be
remembered are graduating seniors Matt
Standard and Robert Lawrence. Both were
All-Conference and All-District selections.
Lawrence, a 5-11, 190-pound noseguard
also earned other honors such as "Special
Recognition" on this year's All-State team.
Mike Ross, Ricky Wilson and John Gon-
shor also made the All-Conference squad.
Coach Harris helps Bruce Palmer fasten his pads so
he can get back in the game. Senior football players
get together to make the senior pyramid, but it did not
stay up too long. Billy Altstatt has a few choice words
with teammate. Freshman Football. Front Row: L-R: M.
Reeves, F. San Antonio, G. Williams, R. Ross, T. Ander-
son, T. Taylor, A. Anderson, D. Wore. Second Row. J.
Taylor, D. Hill, R. Aldridge, D. Adcock, R. Feilder, K.
Cantrell, M. Demaree, T. Melvin, L. Taylor. Third Row.
B. Thomas, L. Wooten, M. Ryan, L. Foster, T. Hamm, D.
l-foward, R. Vasquez, K. Anderson. Fourth Row. R.
McCalIister, J. Stark, D. Link, V. Burroughs, G. Clifton,
T. Bayes, C. Winthrow, Macarthy. Fifth Row. D. Wil-
liams, B. McDougal, R. Browning, D. Alfaro, G. Gracey,
A. Howard, L. Mitchell. Back Row. R. Ceasar, M. Grif-
fith, G. Johnson. The Defensive players keep their eyes
glued tothe game.
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Basketball arrived finally and it happened
under new head coach Allen Dukes. The
Generals improved last years 9-14 mark to
17-6 and at times were ranked as the num-
ber three team in class 4A. At the regionals
Duke's team was upset and that ended the
Again Carl "Hindu" Henry was the "all-
everything" man forthe "red and gray." The
6-5 torward led his team in scoring,
rebounding, steals and assists and also
earned a spot on the prestigous All-State
team. Charles Rowland and Ronnie Haw-
kins were the other senior leaders.
Other starters were Don Thompson and
Theodore Morgan. Part-timers were Cecil
Thomas, Steve Cagle and Larry Mustain.
Theodore Morgan attempts to block a shot, as Chip
Hawkins looks on. Carl Henry scores two points tor
USG. The Generals get psyched up belore a game.
Don Thompson sets up a play. Theodore Morgan con-
centrates on his treethrows. Time out is also rest and
pep talk time. Don Thompson pulls a move on the
opposing team and scores two.
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Besides the All-State honor, Henry made
every area, metro and city team, but the
tuture collegian had help, especially from
steady Morgan. Both Morgan and Thomp-
son are the pair to watch next season.
Other top prospects include Ricky Patton,
Kevin Goodmiller, Marion Nelson and David
Gibson who all may break the starting line-
Perhaps other help will come from All-
City runners-up ot the freshman division,
which were the Generals ot Michael Nero.
They completed an outstanding 15-1 sea-
Basketball. Front row: Chuck Nelson, Don Thompson,
Marion Nelson, Larry Mustain, and Ricky Patten. Back
row: Coach Charles Alexander, Ronnie Hawkins, Theo-
dore Morgan, Charles Williams, Carl Henry, Charles
Rowland, Cecil Thomas, and Coach Allen Dukes.
Theodore Morgan defends against a tough Del City
otlense. Don Thompson 1153 goes up lor two points.
Theodore Morgan C343 jumps lor the ball on the way to
a General's victory. Cecil Thomas 1431 squeezes
through a tough defense lor a basket.
Overshadowed by the success of the
older teams, a freshman squad usually
finds it difficult to be recognized. However,
U.S. Grant should be the exception this sea-
son. Under coach Michael Nero, the frosh
roared to a 15-0 record before being
upended by John Marshall in the All-City
Charles Williams desperately battles an Eagle for the
rebound. Keeping his hands up high is 1321 James
Bryant. Freshman Basketball. Front Row: Flay Daniel,
Marshall Shells, Bobby McDougal, Avery Howard, Ron-
nie Aldridge. Back Flow: Tony Pittman, Greg Williams,
Greg Miles, James Bryant, Sherman Cox, Coach
Michael Nero. J.V. Basketball. Front Row: John
Thomas, Kevin Jones, Marion Nelson, Jeff Bau us.
Back Row: Coach Charles Alexander, Michael ghe-
pard, Charles Nelson, Charles Williams, Larry Mus-
tain, Steve Cagle, Coach Allen Dukes. Marion Nelson
delivers two points on a jump shot. Coach Charles
Alexander gives instruction and encouragement dur-
ing a team conference. Taking a break is Charles Wil-
liams while Coach Alexander watches on.
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This year without a doubt, the General
wrestling team was considered a tourna-
ment squad rather than a consistent duel-
And to prove it, the Generals captured the
All-City crown over favorites Northeast and
Southeast. In addition, Coach Lewis Quin-
tane's group claimed three gold medals at
the Norman Invitational and qualified four
men from the Western Regionals. In dual
matches, the Generals barely missed a .500
season with a 6-7 record.
Individually, the Generals were led by vet-
erans Mike Griffin, Randy Wooten and Doug
Anderson. Junior starters were David Molet,
John Gonshor and Jeff McKee. Sophomore
starters were Jerry Litterell, Cory Conallis,
Burl Wooten and John Stewart. Jeff Taylor
and Larry Wooten were the only freshman
Cory Conallis tries to gain control of his opponent.
Doug Anderson suffers the agony of defeat. Injured
Jerry Litterell receives attention from coaches. Jackie
Pursall prepares to meet his Midwest City opponent.
Scrambling with his foe is Cory Conallis. With his eyes
on the clock, Burl Wooten prepares for an arm drag.
Injured Mike Griffin and coach Luke Harris look on
with concern. All wrapped up with his opponent is
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ol the tuture and will be, indeed. Burl Woo-
ten, who made Oklahoma JournaI's "All-
Sophomore' team at 130 pounds will be
back to head the 79-80 team. Other true
potentials should be David Molet and soph-
omore-to-be Jett Taylor.
But the Generals return a good junior var-
sity crop with starting potentials. Those will
be Keith Ballard, Jett Nelson, David Rivers,
Barry Evans, Tim Anderson, Ronnie Fielder,
Tom Davis and Greg Gracey. Anderson,
Davis and Fielder were junior high state pla-
cers this year.
Jett McKee tries to get a takedown with an underhook.
Doug Anderson attempts to yield back points. Filming
matches lor the coach is matmaid Lori Jetterson.
Teammates congratulate Burl Wooten on his win.
Wrestling. Front row: Jett Taylor, Jerry Litterell, Cory
Conallis, Burl Wooten, Mike Gritlin, Randy Wooten,
Larry Wooten, Jon Stewart. Back row, John Gonshor,
Lewis Cluintane, Coach Jett Nelson, Barry Evans, Tim
Anderson, Ronny Fielder, Greg Gracey, Ray Jackson,
Larry Molet, Roger Blackwood, Coach Luke Harris,
Doug Anderson. Not pictured David Rivers, Jett
McKee, David Molet. Jett McKee tinds there is no com-
lort being in a cradle.
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This year's General Baseball team, still
under the direction of Head Coach Glen
Castle, is expected to be one of the better
U.S. Grant teams in years.
Before the season began, Coach Castle
explained "We have a lot of competition at
most positions. So, if the players put out
good effort and keep the right attitude we
should have a good ball club. If they prog-
ress and improve with the season they
could have a super year."
Last year the Generals fell short of a
usual 20-win season, while compiling a 19-
10 record and third in Mid-State.
Kenny Janway picks up a grounder. Todd Demeter gets in the swing of
things as he prepares to bat. Coach Glen Castle and his gang share a few
laughs. Greg Ferguson and Buster Keasler discuss signals before a
game. Watching the game from the dugout are Gary Sanders, Brett
Stokes, Mike Tolbert, Jell Rogers, Tom Ebert, David Gibson, Joh
Thomas, and Jeff Baugas. Baseball. Front row: Gary Sanders, Bria
McDougal, Phillip Hook, Tim Ebert, Van Logan, David Gibson, Brett
Stokes, John Thomas, Back row: Coach Glen Castle, Brett Woosley, Miko
Tolbert, Greg Ferguson, Todd Demeter, Brent Worcester, Kenny Janway,
Billy Hammonlree, Buster Keasler, Jeff Baugas, Jeff Rodgers.
sl During pre-season, Coach Glen Castle
felt his top performers were Buster Keasler
fcatcherj, Greg Ferguson and Brent Wor-
cester fpitchersj, Brett Woosley fthird
basel, Kenny Janway foutlieldj, and Todd
Demeter ffirst basej, but he also felt he'd
have good performances from some of his
Demeter, considered as a "tour year
great" for the Generals is probably consid-
ered the ringleader of those six players. He
is a definite All-State prospect as well as
being scouted for collegiate and protes-
sional roles. His brother, Russell Know at
the University of Oklahoma! and he both
shared "All-City players ot the Year" two
Billy Hammontree practices catching grounders while
teammates Brett Woosley, Jeff Baugus and Tom Ebert
look on. Gary Sanders needs all the practice he can
get. It seems he can'l hit the ball. Tom Ebert thinks
he's hot. He can catch the ball in his hand without a
glove. Brian McDougal and Phillip Hook take time out
for a friendly chat. Jeff Baugus, Billy Hammontree and
Brett Stokes know that running is a vital part of the
game. Coach Castle calls the play sale, but Woolsey
doesn't think so. Cold weather runs the Generals into
the gym for practice.
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son, and the girls' softball team took All-City
lor the third year in a row. Both teams were
coached by Mrs. Connie Ellis.
The basketball team had three returning
starters and were looking better all through
Top players this year were Lydia Washing-
ton, Adrianne Cooper, LaDonna Parish, Fan-
nie Whately and Patty Thomas.
The sottballers took All-City with a season
record ot 7-1, deteating Capitol Hill twice.
Beverly llarble and Lydia Washington go through the line slapping hands
with the opposing team atler a game, something that is alwaya done. Coach
Connie Ellis and har gang live it up with trophy. drianne Cooper tries in vain
to get the bell to score two lor the Generals. Softball. Stacy Gowens, Liss
Sholen, Brenda Allen, Donna Lunalord, Beverly Marble, Mona Espinoea. Beck
Row: Connie Ellis, Alisha Davison, Diane Foley, Cheryl Smith, Rhonda Hook,
Tana Hetner, Sue Clay, Lisa Ortiz. Basketball. Lisa Ortiz, Lydia Washington,
LaDonna Pensh, Dijurel Gslbreath, Regina Lane, Bevert Marble, Lauri Jetter-
son. Back Row: Vicki Parker, Gina Whately, Adrianne gooper, Cheryl Smith,
Patricia Thomas, Fannie Whatley, Donice Blakely, Connie Ellis. Stacy Gow-
ens, Beverty Marble, and Diane Foley show otl their All-City trophy with lan-
tastic enthusiasm. Fannie Whately makes a high jump to get the ball away
trom the rough and tough Eagles.
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annual All-City tournament at Capitol Hill
High School where they were expecting to
place high in the tournament alter placing
third in the 1977-78 season. The returning
Iettermen were Lydia Washington, Beverly
Marble, Cheryl Smith, Adrianne Cooper,
LaDonna Parish, Gina Whatley, Lisa Ortiz,
Fannie Whatley, D. J. Galbreath and Patty
At the outset of the girls' track season,
Coach Connie Ellis was expecting Candy
McCown and Grace Smith to excel in their
conference ratings in the mile run.
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alter a volleyball game. Grace Smith stretches out
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before going to a meet. Lydia Washington jumps high
to get over the hurdles. Candy McCown hands oft the
baton to Lydia Washington during a race.
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A large group ol running athletes is hard
to come by tor the Generals, due to injuries
and seasonal transitions. Coaches Mark
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Both General teams are led by young
members, the track team especially. "We
may have more, but l'm just expecting a lot
ot lreshman and sophomores to help our
team. Like last year, we'lI be rebuilding,
explained Coach Lyons during the spring
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Dixon, Steve Verdicchio, Peter Roberson,
Kevin Miller and James Vernon to lead his
Spencer Rozin, Candy McCown and
Grace Smith were the standouts in cross
country. But the Generals also had Stacy
Arnold, Alan Casey, Shannon Davis, Mitch
'P Logston, Mike Logston, William Pickle
PM Steve Verdicchio and Jimmy Roberson
competing. Coach Crosley sees better
things lor the boys' team next year, but girls
Walter Miller gets in shape by running the bleachers
Spencer Rozin rests atler a hard practice. Stacy Arnold
basks in the sun while waiting tor her practice session
to begin. Allen Casey leads the Cross Country team In
an exercise drill. Cross Country. Front row: M. Log
ston, Tony Ross, Grace Smith, Stacy Arnold, Candy
McCown, Kenneth Statoon, Back row: Kenny Robert
son, Shannon Davis, Allen Casey, M. Logston Bill
Pickle, Spencer Rozin, Pete Verdicio, Coach Harold
Crosley. Keith Dixon jokes around as he does his
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the first matches scheduled for the first of
March, tennis coaches Jim Faurot and Vicki
Parker didn't have much time to get their
varsity tennis team in shape.
Practices were numerous and difficult.
While the weather didn't permit outdoor
practices, sixth hour and night practices in
the gym were necessary to get the players
Coach Faurot had only three returning
starters, Terry Green, Brian Story and Jeff
Vaughn. With not much depth or experience
the outlook for the boys' team was not
good, Faurot said.
On the other hand, Coach Parker had six
returning starters from last year, Shelly Mot-
senbocker who placed second in the W2
singles being one. Others were Deanna
Dixon, Katy Hansen, Liesa Hibbard, Susan
Clark, and Marvina Lowry.
With more experience, Coach Parker pro-
jected that this year's team should be much
stronger than last year's.
Mrs. Vicki Parker instructs Shelly Motsenbocker on
her backhand. Brian Story shows enthusiasm after a
victory. Coach Jim Faurout uses his experience in
helping Jeff Vaughn. Tennis. Front row: Shelly Motsen-
bocker, Deanna Dixson, Marquerite Webb, Susan
Clark, Leisa Hibbard, Katy Hansen. Back row: Jeff
Vaughn, Leonard Morris, Terry Green, Brian Story, and
Tobi Null. Nita Micue prepares the net for one of the
upcoming matches. Terry Green's hard work starts
even before practice. Susan Clark and Leisa Hibbard
team up lor their doubles match.
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Competing in the Mid-State conference is
one problem for state golf teams, but not
enough depth is an even bigger problem.
General golf coach Harold Crosley was
experiencing both this season.
With the graduation of state medalist Jeff
Baker, Coach Crosley realized there would
be a thin amount of athletes on the course
competing and those who did were very
young. However, the longtime General
coach was proud of his veteran trio of David
Smith, Darrel McAllister and Greg Brooks.
These three were expected to lead the Gen-
eral golfers to such "tough" tournaments
as the Mid-State, Regionals and the Metro-
Again to lead the swimming team was
Coach John Savage. Leading from the
water were Ken Leverett, the butterfly
stroker, and Jeff Keester, state diving com-
petitor. The two, along with John Molitor
and Brian Suchy, are the best leaders on
David Smith erringa his way out of a water hole. Concentrating on lining
up her putt, Marcia Whittington looks like a professional. Mike Damold
rests up after a tough practice session. Swimming team. Front row:
Andrew Wiley, Ray Emerson, Charles Brown, Gary Winn, Randy Hewitt.
Row 2: Ken Leverett, Lisa Splawn, John Murcer, Mitchell Hyden, Jetf
Keester, Steve Hartson. Flow 3: Monica Quick, Marilin Griffith, Shellie
Kays, Debbie Craig, Anita Pannell, Stephenie Murray, Stephanie Medley,
Lanette Neaty, Betsy Hillman, Jay Byrd, Laura Medley, Chris Wenthold,
Tony Roach. Row 4: Morris Jones, Brian Suchy, John Muoghalu, John
Molitor, Richtd Vasquez, Dorrie Jones, Skylar Kaya, Ray Harper, David
Ingram. Not Pictured: Richard Wade, Rickey Wilson. Boys' Golf. Front
Row: David Mlliamson, Ronnie West, Jeff Garland, Jay Byrd, Eric Clay.
Roar 2: Gene Mundi, Greg Brooks, Darrel McAllister, Mike Damold, Bill
Erwin, David Smith. Girls' Golf. Front Row: Angie Moody, Becky Storie,
Ramona Espinosa, Jami Davis, Marcia Whittington. Row 2: Jana Thomp-
son, Terry Miter. Jennifer Cannon, Brenda Cox, Colleen Prauea. Tony
Roach finishes up on a 295 dive. Two members ofthe diving team plunge
into the pool.
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We've come this lar, and gone
the distance. We're in the home
stretch. Only last minute arrange-
ments are lelt. We present our
ideas, and we win, but big. But it
something goes wrong we are
lost in the mazes forever.
Donna Lunslord, merit scholar runner-up,
decides where she will continue her edu-
cation. Band scholar, Cindy Winter, types
her entry tor state contest. Matt Standard
land Jett Reeves battle it out lor the money
while trying to decide the champion.
Valedictorians Laura Farris and Carol
Gardner lind a little time to powder their
noses in between books. Tony Hernandez
and his eight wheels reward him with a
roomlul ol trophies. Diane Connell pol-
ishes her "well-deserved" trophy alter
winning a math contest.
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ie're armed for the battle, but not with guns. All we
d are some pencils and a little imagination. If we
't use all things at our disposal we are at fault. If all
instructors tail us, we have no one to turn to. ln the
, the only munitions we needed was ourselves.
'ssa Malicoate types a letter in a matter of minutes with the new
vriters. Eddie Sells and Don Staggs find a new way to play football
e house! Randy Spradling decides he wants to save tonight's
e for a later date. Kevin Rushing studies anatomy with a "new"
eton? David Chambers finds his algebra class much easier with a
:et calculator. Robert Lawrence becomes "muscle bound"
ntly with the new weightlifting machines.
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this far. We're almost ahead of the rest.
Then we lag behind. The future is just
around the next bend. We reach out to
grab it, and it is swept away. But in the
end, our years at Grant were the turning
point in our lives.
Kelly Vandiver and Bryan Suchy reminisce on their
high school days. Vicki Norris and Stephanie Mur-
ray say "Get ready world, we're moving outl" Nancy
Brown removes last reminders ot her senior year.
Although Gailene Stephens has picked her general
category, it's time to get down to business. Valerie
Walker and her lull-time job at the bank meet up to
"friendly" standards. Just as Nancy Eltinger
reaches the top, she realizes it's only a new begin-
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Andrews, Eugene, soph., 54
Andruchow, Bert, sr,, 72
Andruchow. Renee. soph., 54, 107, 132
Antwine, Nancy, soph.,54, 100
Apple. Mike, jr., 46
Arismendez, Michael, sr., 30
Armstrong, Loree, soph., 54, 107
Arnold, Stacey, fr., 62, 187
Arrowood, Sam, sr., 30
Austin, Brian, sr., 30
Austin, Kim, jr., 46, 127
Aynes, Valentina, soph., 54, 127
Bach, Curtis, sr., 30
Badgewell, Regina, lr., 62
Bailey, Captoria, jr., 46, 121
Baird, Coral, soph., 54
Baker, David, sr.. 97
Baker, Debbie, soph., 54
Baker, Kevin, sr., 30, 85, 155
Baker. Kevin, jr., 46
Baker, Michael, sr., 30, 102, 121
Baker, Sherry, lr., 62
Baldwin, Kendal, sr., 30
Ballard, Keith, soph., 54
Bane, Terri, sr., 30, 130,155
Banks, Cheryl, fr., 62
Barber, Alan, jr., 46
Barber, Jean, sr., 30
Barbour, Darren, lr., 62
Bardick, Renea, fr., 62
Barnes, Phyllis, sr., 30
Barrett, Junie. sr., 30
Barthell, Robin, sr., 30
Bart1,Joni,sr.,5,30,35, 112,121, 144
sam. Rouen. jr., 46
Barttett, Debbie, sr.. 30
Bateman, Ricky, sr., 30. 123, 127, 185
Bateman, Shawn, fr., 62
Bates. Mike, fr., 62
Bays. Carol, jr., 46
Bays, Tim, lr., 62, 167
Beaittie, Tony, fr., 62
Beasley, Tammie. jr.. 46
Beatty. Lanette, fr., 62
Beaty, Steve. soph., 54
Beeman, Bob, soph,, 54
BGII, Deneen, fr., 62
Bell, Johnnie, sr., 30, 39, 44, 123
Bell, Teri, sr,, 30, 102, 109
Bellah, Glenda, jr., 46
Belt. Brenda, soph., 54
Benefield, Dale, sr., 30
Benjamin. Deborah, sr., 30
Bethel, Terri, soph., 54
Bibb, Scott, fr.,62,116
Binswagner. Becky, sr., 30, 122, 123
Binswanger, Cindy, soph., 54
Bivens, Freddy, sr., 30
Bivens, Nina, soph,. 54
Black, Jeff. fr., 62, 105
Black, Larry, soph., 54
Black, Linda, jr., 46, 17
Blackburn, Rhonda, jr., 46, 123
Blackwood. Greg, fr., 62
Blackwood, Roger, sr,, 76, 105
Blacklay, Alton, jr., 46, 72, 100, 109
Blackely, Denise, soph., 54, 116
Blakely, Donice, soph., 54, 119,183
Blancett. Tammie, sr., 30
Bledsoe, Theresa, fr., 62
Blethrow, Wayne, soph., 54
Boatwright, Kim, soph., 54
Boggs, Christy, fr., 62, 107, 132
Bone, Margie, fr., 62
Booker, Rosalind, soph., 54
Boos, Steve, soph., 54
Borror, Melody, soph., 54, 1 16, 132
Borum, Kim, jr., 46
Bowens, Bobby, fr., 62
Bowles, Kristy, jr., 46,100,121,132
Bowman, Brian, sr., 30,94
Boyd, Regina, jr,, 46, 102, 121
Boyd, Shane, fr., 62
Boyer, Kim, jr,, 46
Bradfield, Marcia, soph., 54
Bradford, Dedrick, soph., 54, 116, 127
Bradford, Derrick, soph., 54, 116
Brady, Laura, sr.. 30. 31, 106, 130, 155
Brashears, Jay, jr., 46
Bratcher, Janice, fr., 62
Bratcher, Joey, soph.. 54
Bray, Reba, soph., 54, 116
Brewer, David. fr,, 100
Brewster, Greg, soph,, 54
Brewster, Mark, jr., 46, 112
Bridges, Kevin, lr,, 62
Bridges, Robert, sr., 30
Bridgewater, Mary, jr., 46
Bridwell, Kay, soph., 54, 59, 109
Pattie, fr., 62
Sharon, sr., 30
Brinlee, Sherry, fr., 62, 132
Brocaw, Ricky, jr., 46
Brocaw, Tammy, fr., 62
Brock. Vanessa, jr., 119
Brooks, Greg, soph., 54, 17, 191
Brooks, Jackie, sr., 32
Brooks, Kim, sr., 17, 31, 32. 81, 102, 114
Brooks, Lisa, jr., 46
Brown, Billy, jr., 46
Brown, Charles, lr., 62, 190
Brown, Jane, sr., 32, 72, 100, 127
Brown, Jonni, soph., 54
Brown, Larry, sr., 32, 100
Brown, Lisa, jr., 46
Brown, Tammy, lr., 93
Browning, Russell, fr., 62, 167
Sherri, soph., 54, 127, 132
Bryan, Kevin, soph., 54
Bryant, Deborah, sr., 32, 116, 132,135
Bryant, Tim, soph., 54
Buford, Tina, sr., 32, 121
Buie, Richard, soph., 54
Burdick, Tony, soph., 54
Burgess, Angie, soph., 54
Burkhalter, Ester, jr,, 46
Burleson, Beverly, jr., 46, 130
Burns, Bryan, soph., 54
Burrows, Vince, fr., 62
Burrows, William, fr., 62
Burton, Cecillia, soph., 54
Buster, Alisa, jr., 46
Lisa, jr., 46
Teresa, soph., 54
Rhonda, sr., 32, 9
Steven, fr., 62
Byers, Pam, lr., 62. 64
Byers, Randall, sr., 32, 94
Byers, Velma, soph., 54, 116
Byrd, Cynthia, soph., 54
Byrd, Cynthia, fr., 62
Byrd, Jesse, sr., 32, 114
Cagle, Curtis, jr., 46, 76
Cagle, Steve, jr., 46
Caldwell, Lester, sr.. 32
Caldwell, Marla, soph., 54
Campbell, Julie, sr.. 32
Campbell, Randy, soph., 54
Cannon, Barbara, sr., 32, 44, 122, 123
Cannon, Jennifer, fr., 62, 127, 191
Cantrell, Kyle, fr., 62, 167
Cantwell, Mark, jr., 76
Capshaw, Michelle, soph., 54, 116
Carlson, Char, fr., 62
Carlson, Don, soph., 54, 107
Carpenter, Rhonda, jr., 46
Carpenter, Tracy, jr., 46
Carr, Mike, fr., 62, 90
Carr, Zelda, soph., 54
Carrick, Kim, fr., 62
Carrick, Mike, soph., 54, 81
Carroll, Janice, sr., 32, 81, 121
Carson, Teresa, fr., 62
Carter, Cindy, soph., 54
Carter, Craig, sr., 32, 123
Carter, Scott, sr., 32, 114
Cartwright, Kim, sr., 32, 33
Carver, Robert, jr., 46
Casey. Lynn, jr., 46
Casky, Penny, sr., 32.93, 125
Casy. Alan. soph., 55, 187, 196
Catlege, Randy, sr., 32
Ceasar, Rodney, fr., 62, 167
Ceaser, Twyla, jr., 46
Chambers, David, jr., 46
Chambers, Mike, soph., 55
Chambers, Myra. soph., 55
Chambers, Robert, sr., 32
Chance, Lila, sr., 1
Chappelear, Pilar, fr.. 62, 107
Chappell, Eddie, soph., 55
Chavez, Ruddy, jr., 46, 75
Cheuvront, Kim, sr., 13, 32. 36, 120
Chick, Myron, fr., 62
cniiaers, Betty, soph., 55, 1oo, 132
Childers, Mathew, soph., 121
Childs, Cathy, jr., 46, 17, 107, 112, 116, 121
Chipman, Fonda, soph., 55, 120
Choate, Judy, soph., 55
Choate, Phillis, lr., 62
Clark, Billy, soph., 55
Clark, Darlene, lr., 62
Clark, Dennis, soph., 55
Clark, Jeff, jr., 46, 1
Clark, Kim, fr., 62
Clark, Susan. soph., 55, 106, 107, 189
Clay, Eric, jr., 46, 49,104,105,191
Clay,Sue,soph.,55, 100, 116, 132,183
Clayton, Lisa, sr.. 33, 121
Clifton, Greg, lr., 63, 167
Cloud, Kara, jr., 46
Coffey, Jim, sr., 33, 102
Coffey, Mike, soph., 55
Cogburn, Sandra, sr., 33, 102,132
Coggins, Roger, fr., 63
Coker, Kandi, fr., 63
Coker, Michelle, jr., 46, 111
Coker, Rhoda, soph., 55, 132
Coleman, Don, soph., 55
Coleman, Randy, fr,, 63
Conley, Kelley, fr., 63
Connalis. Cory. soph., 55
Coodey, Billy, lr., 63
Cook, Celia, jr., 46, 53
Cook, Jeff, soph., 55
Cook, Shelly, sr., 33
Cooper, Abram, jr., 46
Cooper, Adrianne. jr., 46, 116, 119, 182
Cooper, Debbie, sr., 33
Coeager, Linda, soph., 55, 100. 127, 132,
Coover, Craig, jr., 46
Copner, Kenneth, soph., 55
Coppedge, Tina, sr., 33
Corey, Frank, soph., 55, 111
Cory. Tyler, fr., 63
Cosgrove, Bobby. soph., 55, 116
Couch, Elizabeth, jr., 7, 46
Covel, Gary, soph., 55
Cox, Brenda, fr., 63. 105, 132, 191
Cox, Kim, sr.,44, 122, 123
Cox, Phillip, fr., 63
Cox, Scott, fr., 63
Craig, Debbie, fr., 63, 132, 190
Crain, Sandy, fr., 63, 62, 100, 107, 114
Cravens, Betsy, jr., 46, 131 , 130
Crawford, Faith. fr., 63, 66. 68
Creed, Jayne, fr., 63
Cripps, Cindy, jr., 125
Crist, Carol,jr.,46, 17, 125
Crowder, Kenneth, sr., 33, 10
Crowder, Roy, sr., 33
Crownover, Floyd, sr., 33
Crutchfield, Patrick, fr., 63
Cunningham, Robert, lr., 63
Curry, Relda, fr., 63
Curry, Tobi, soph., 55
Curtis, Karen, soph., 55, 132, 135
Dalley, Karla, soph., 55
Daniels, Ray, fr., 63
Darnold, Mike, sr., 33, 111, 121, 147, 190.
Darragh, Chuck, soph., 55
Davidson, Alisha, soph., 55, 119, 183
Davis, Dee Ann, sr., 43, 89, 100, 102, 114,
Davis, Jerry, sr., 33, 127, 154, 165
Davis, Jimmy, sr., 33, 75
Davis, Lee, soph., 55, 127
Davis, Marcia, soph., 55, 132, 138
Davis, Scott. sr., 33, 79, 114
Davis, Shannon, fr., 63, 64, 186
Davis, Stephanie, sr., 33
Davis, Tom, lr., 63, 105
Demaree. Matt,1r., 63, 167
Dirggter, Todd, sr., 33, 7, 114, 121, 179.
Depel, Allen, soph., 55
Deveny, Janet, lr., 63, 105
Deveny, Terry, lr., 63
Dewberry, Bruce, sr., 33
Diaz, Mary Lou, jr., 46, 72, 105, 107
Dickinson, Sharla, sr.. 33
Dickson, Kenneth, fr,, 63
Dindy, Carletta, jr., 46
Dinse, Carolynne, soph., 55
Dixon, Detra, fr., 63
Dixon, Keith, soph., 56, 17, 165, 187
Dixson, Deana, sr., 33, 75, 189
Doakes, Wilfred, soph., 56
Dobson, Greg, sr., 33
Dolph, Kenny,jr., 47
Dooley, Kristi, fr., 63, 105, 132
Downard, Tami, soph., 56, 59
Downard, Tari, sr., 33, 112
Drake, Joe Dean. soph., 56
Dressler, Jeanne, sr., 33, 89, 100, 114
Dudley, Anita, fr., 63, 62
Duford, Lisa, soph., 56
Duford, Randy, jr., 47
Dunn, David, soph., 56
Duree, Dilwyn, soph,, 56, 109, 123
Durham, Lenora, sr,, 33
Durham, Richard, jr., 47
Eastridge, Kyle, soph., 56
Ebert, Tom, soph., 56, 180, 181, 165, 179,
Echelle, Michelle, jr., 47, 53, 100, 1 14, 131,
Eddington, Donna, fr., 63
Edwards, David, jr., 47
Edwards, Tom, jr., 47, 114, 127
Elders, Chantal, fr., 63, 132
Elders, Karen, fr., 63
Ellis, Delorestine, sr., 42
Ellis, Jeanine, soph., 56
Ellis, Mike, soph., 56
Elrod, Stephen, lr., 64
Emerson, Don, sr., 33
Emerson, Ray, jr., 47, 190
Emerson, Ronda, jr,, 47, 132, 135
England, Charfes, soph., 56
Erwin, Bill, soph., 56, 191
Espinosa, Paula, lr., 68
Etris, Darrell, soph., 56, 123
Eustice, Danny, fr., 64
Eustice, Tom, sr., 123
Evans, Barry,jr., 17.102
Ewald, Edward, sr., 33. 7, 102, 105
Ewald, Janice, jr., 47, 121, 127
Ewald, Richard, soph., 56 '
Fairchild, Rhonda, soph., 56. 90
Fankboner, Richard, soph., 56
Fankboner, Ron, jr., 47
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Fansler, Cindy, soph., 56
Farmer, Arlisa, jr., 47
Farrell, Carmen, lr , 64, 107
Farrell, Craig, sr., 34, 102, 106
Farris, Lavra, sr , 34, 5, 100, 102, 105
Feland, Tamra, sr., 34, 75
Ferguson, Greg, sr ,34, 179, 178
Fielder, John, fr., 64
Fielder, Ronnie, fr., 64, 167
Fielder, Tommy, fr., 64
Finch, Cindy, soph., 55, 56, 90, 129
Finley, Joni, jr ,47, 141
Fish, Steve, soph., 56, 114
Fitzpatrick, John, nf, 64
Fletcher, Beverly, sr,, 34, 109
Florence, Brent, soph., 56, 85
Flowers, Sam, jr., 47
Floyd, Sheree, jr., 47, 100, 112, 121, 123.
Foley, Diana, soph, 55, 56, 89. 119, 132,
Force, Gussie, jr., 47
Ford, Mark, jr,, 47, 93
Forman, Deena, sr , 34, 102
Forshee, Charlotte, fr., 64, 81
Forshee, Randall, sr , 34
Foster, Carmie, sr., 34
Hainey, Ty, fr., 64, 127
Hall, Ben, soph., 57
Hall, Brian, sr,, 34
Hall, David, fr., 64, 100
Hall, Keith, jr,, 48, 100
Hall, Laura, soph., 57
Hall, Saundra, sr., 34, 109, 121
Hallman, Candace, soph., 57, 127
Hamm, Terry, fr., 64, 167
Hammontree, Billy, sr., 10, 180, 181, 178
Hampton, John, fr., 64
Hanks, Karen, fr., 64
Hanks, Vickie, jr., 48, 132
Hansen, Katy, soph., 100, 132, 189
Harding, Jackie, soph., 57, 116
Harmon, Troy, sr., 34
Harn, Bonnie, sr., 36, 127, 154, 102
Harper, Darla, soph., 55, 57, 127, 132, 154
Harper, Kristy,jr., 48, 127,132
Harper, Kathy, sr ,34,1O0
Harper, Kristy, sr., 36, 100
Harper, Ray, fr., 64, 190
Harris, Doretha, sr., 36
Harris, Janet, fr., 64
Harris, Lisa, sr., 35. 36, 132, 138
Harris, Mark, soph., 57
Huckabay, Myles, jr., 48
Huckaby, Jane, soph., 57, 60
Huckaby, Julie, soph ,57, 60
Huddleston, Rickey, jr., 48, 123
Huddleston, Tommie, soph., 116
Hudson, Marla, jr., 48
Hudson, Melana, fr,, 65. 68
Huffman, Jackie, sr., 36, 119, 112, 158,159
Huffman, Kelli, fr., 130
Hughes, Kennette, sr., 35, 36, 100, 120, 121
Hughes, Melody, jr., 48
Hulin, Sammy, fr., 65
Human, John, soph., 57
Humphries, Cynthia, sr., 37
Hurst, Kim, soph., 57, 116, 132
Hyden, Rhonda, fr., 65
Hytchye, Calvin, jr., 48, 165
ldlett, Rhonda, fr., 65
Ingram, David, lr,,65, 190
Ingram, Karen, jr., 48, 86, 105
Ingram, Kristie, fr,, 65
Foster, Henry, fr , 64
Foster, Lawrence, fr., 64, 167
Fouty, Anna, sr ,34, 97
Fowler, Robin, soph., 56
Bryant, sr., 34
Frazier, James, jr , 47
Michael, sr., 34
Frederick, Sherri, sr., 34, 44, 123
Freeman, Donald, lr , 64
Freeman, Marvin, jr,, 141
Freeman, Tony, soph ,56
Gage, Russell, soph , 56,59
Galbreath,Dijural,soph ,56,119, 183
Galbreth, Regina, sr , 34
Garcia, Denise, soph , 56
Garcia, Mary, tr,, 62
Gardner, Carol. sr , 34, 100, 102, 105
Garland, Jeff, lr., 64, 191
Garrett, Terry, soph ,56, 165
Genn, Pam, sr , 34
Geopfert, Kelli, sr ,34, 76, 102
George, Kevin, sr., 34
Gibson, David, soph ,56, 60, 179,178
Gibson, Leisha,sr ,34,44, 112
Gilliam, Demetri, tr ,64, 62
Gilliam, Kim, sr,, 34, 125
Mark, sr., 34, 165, 164
Gilliam, Tony, soph., 57
Gillin, Kathy, sr., 34
Glasper, Excel, lr ,64
Glass, Jannie, jr., 127, 132, 47, 82
Glover, Ted. sr ,34
Godwin, Greg, soph., 57
Goins, Tony, soph., 57
Gonshor, Jerry, sr , 34, 5, 164, 165
Gonshor, John, jr., 47, 5, 123, 166
Gooding, Jana, fr , 64, 114, 132, 156
Goodmiller, Kevin, jr., 47, 165
Goodson, Lonny, sr, 34, 123
Gowens, Stacy, jr., 47, 49, 119, 183
Gracey. Greg, fr., 64, 167
Graham, Brett, fr., 64
Grant, Tommy, jr., 47, 89, 132
Grant, Todd, soph., 57, 93
Grav, Donna, soph., 57
Grau, Sandy. jr , 47
Gray, Angela, soph ,57,100
Gray, Holly, fr., 64
Gray, Robin, jr,, 47
Green, Richard, fr., 64
Green, Tammy, jr., 47, 132, 156
Green, Terry, sr ,34, 14, 189
Green, Wendell, jr., 48
Griffeth, Matt, fr ,64
Griffin, Mike. sr., 34, 111, 165
Harris, Maude, soph., 57
Harrison, Kelly, soph., 57, 127
Hartson, Mike, jr., 48, 81, 102, 105, 114
Hartson, Steve, sr., 36, 102, 107, 190
Haskins, Randy, jr., 48
Hatridge, Robert, tr., 64
Hatson, Steven, sr., 107
Hawkins, Ronnie, sr., 36
Hayes, Danny, sr., 36
Hayes, Jackie, fr., 65, 62, 66, 157
Hayes, Regina, tr., 65
Haywood, Calvin, jr., 48
Hearon, Linda, jr., 48
Heath, Lorie, jr., 48, 102
Hebert, Alice, soph., 57, 132, 105
Hefner, Tana, jr., 48, 75, 119, 183
Hefner, Tracy, fr., 65
Helmel, Tony, jr., 48
Hemmerling, Cynthia, fr,, 65
Henderson, Larry, sr., 36
Henderson, Randy, soph., 57
Henry, Carl, sr., 7, 42, 161
Hensley, Cindy, soph., 57
Hensley, David, jr ,48
Hensley, Jason, jr., 48, 79, 107, 155
Hensley, Jill, soph., 57, 105
Hernandez, Louis, jr., 48
Hernandez, Michael, sr.. 36
Hernandez, Tony, soph , 57
Herrin, Candace, soph., 57, 127
Hewett, Deanna, fr., 65, 132
Hewett, Randy, fr., 65, 190
Hewitt, Tony, sr., 36, 127, 165
Hibbard,Leisa,soph.,57, 132, 188,189
Hibdon, Debbie, jr., 48, 121
Hicks, Bernard, fr., 65, 64
Higgins, Connie, jr., 48, 123
Highsmith, Jamie, jr., 48
Hill, Darryl, fr., 65, 167
Hill, David, soph., 57
Hill, Mark, fr,, 65
Hill, Veronica, lr,, 65
Hillman, Betsy, fr,, 65, 107, 190
Hillman, Sandra, jr., 48, 105
Hillman, Steve, soph,
Hise, Mark, jr., 48, 72, 106
Hoard, Gloria, sr ,36, 75, 100, 102, 109
Hodgin, David, fr., 65
Holcomb, Edith, fr , 65
Holggn, Melinda, soph, 55, 57, 127, 132,
Holden, Virginia, sr., 36, 107
Holloway, Shelley, jr., 48, 102
Honea, Darla, fr., 65
Hood. Steve, sr .36
Hook, Phillip, sr., 36, 180, 165, 179
Hook, Rhonda, jr ,48, 114, 116, 132, 135.
Hopkins, Teresa, sr., 36, 89, 156
Horton, Mark, soph., 57
Horton, Tracy, jr., 48, 105
House, Annette, jr , 48
House, Annette, sr., 36, 132
Ingram, Mike, jr., 48, 126
Irving, Tom, jr,, 48
Isbell, Kim, jr., 48
,Tim, soph., 57
. Todd, sr., 37
Laquitte, jr,, 48
Michelle, lr , 65, 100, 114
Ray, jr., 48
Kramer, Peggy, sr , 37, 2, 123
Kreig, Colleen, Ir,, 65
Kuczwanski, Carol, soph , 57
Kiczwanskl, Robbin, fr., 65
Kuehne, Ladd, sr., 37
Lake, Lael, soph., 57, 132
Lamb, Steve, soph., 57
Lambeth, Kristie, sr ,37, 130, 144, 155
Lambeth, Ronny, sr ,37
Lane, Regina. soph ,57
Langston, Mary, soph, 57, 14
Langston, Suzanne, lr , 130
Lanham, Brad, soph , 57
Lanham, Tina, fr., 65
Larve, Tim, jr., 48
Lasky, Janet, sr., 109
Lathrop, Rhonda, jr , 48
Lawrence, Darnell, jr ,49, 123
Lawrence, Larnell, jr , 49
Lawrence, Robert, sr ,37, 147, 148, 164,
Le, Duc, jr., 49, 109
Leach, Denise, jr,, 49, 102, 107, 1 12
Ledlord, Mike, soph ,57, 100
Lee, Renee, soph , 57, 116
Lehman, Kenny, fr., 65
Leimer, Natalie, soph , 57, 17, 127, 132
Leonard, Eric, jr., 49
Leonard, Jeanne, jr ,49, 100, 102, 127
Leonard, Steve, soph , 58
Leonard, Steve, soph , 58
LeVadilis, Vickey, jr., 123
Leverett, Ken, jr., 49, 190
Lewis, Sandy, fr., 65
Liles, Gayla, fr ,65
Jecquent, Jana, sr., 37
Jacobs, Coye, soph., 9
James, Terri, sr., 37, 109
James, Vikki, jr., 48, 53, 75, 130
Janway, Kenny, sr., 37, 179, 178
Janway, Tracy, soph , 57, 17
Jaye, Deborah, soph , 57
Jefferson, Lauri, soph ,55,57,109,114,
Jenkins, Robin, sr,, 37, 9
Jenks, Janet, sr ,37
Lindsay, Mark, soph., 58
Lindsey, Danny, fr., 65
Lindsey, Greg, jr,, 49, 107, 165
Lindsey, Jeff, jr , 49
Lindsey, Kathy, soph ,58, 130
Lindsey, Marti, jr., 49, 100, 102, 105, 130
Link, David, fr., 65, 64. 167
ry, David, soph., 58
Litterell, Candy, sr., 37, 102
Litterell, Jerry, soph .58
,Carri, soph , 57
, Gary, lr., 65, 167
Adriana, fr , 127
Barbara, jr., 48
Clarice, sr , 37, 100, 102
Clark, jr., 48, 165, 164
Keith, fr,, 65
Richard, sr , 37
Jones, Kevin, soph., 57. 116
Jones, Linda, jr ,48,107
Jones, Monte, soph ,57
Jones, Morris, jr., 48, 190
Jones, Randy, fr., 65
Jones, Randy, tr , 65
Griffin, Sherry, soph ,57,100
Griffith, Carolyn, fr., 64
Griffith, Marilyn, lr ,64, 114, 190, 167
Groves, Tina, jr., 48, 123, 122
Grubbs, Charles, soph., 57
Houston, Robert, jr , 18
Howard, Avery, fr., 65, 167
Howard, David, fr., 65, 167
Howard, Kelli, soph., 55, 57, 100, 107
Howard, Rhonda, jr., 18, 102, 127
, Laura, jr , 13, 48, 53, 132
Hubbard, April, soph , 57
Hubbard, Katie, sr , 36
Hubbard, Rhonda, jr., 48
Jones, Robert, soph., 57, 75
Jones, Tramale, soph., 57
Jones, Wilson, tr , 65
Jordan, Janna, fr ,65, 64
Judge, Lisa,jr , 48
Julian, Pam, sr ,37, 2, 102, 121
Julian, Tammy, sr , 37, 112, 158
Keasler, Buster, sr , 37, 89, 114, 165, 164.
Keasler, Tim, soph., 57
Keeton, Carla, fr , 65
Kellerman, John, fr ,65
Kelly, Dorinda. soph , 57, 127
Kelly, GalI,jr , 48,93, 124, 125
Kerford, George, jr.. 48
Kicklightner, Daniel, jr., 48
Kidd. Gary, jr , 48
King, Bobbie, sr., 37
King, Lenny, jr ,48
Kirk, Mark, fr,, 65
Kirkpatrick, Jimmy. soph , 57
Kling, Kristy, sr., 37
Knapp, Ricky, sr., 37, 1, 114, 102, 165
Knost, Julie, sr ,37, 130
Knost, Trent, soph., 61
Knowles, Diana, sr., 35, 37. 85, 126
Koci, Paula, fr., 65, 2
Koelsch, Mike, sr., 37
Konechney, Darren, jr ,48
Kopycinski, Patricia, sr , 37
Kramer, Kenneth, jr ,48
Littlejohn, Bobby, soph ,58, 76
Littlejohn, Teresa, soph , 58
Logan, Kirk, soph ,58
Logan, Van, sr ,37, 164, 178
Logston, Mitch, soph , 58, 186
London, Derrick, fr , 65
Longnecker, Gina, jr , 49
Longnecker, Tina, fr ,65, 105
Longnell, Helen, sr , 37, 107, 127, 132, 154
Lookabaugh, Cindy, sr , 37, 102, 112, 158
Lorentz, David, tr , 65
Lowder, Janice, sr , 38
Lowry, Marvina, soph ,58
Lunsford, Donna, sr ,38, 79, 100, 102, 105
Lyon, Rex,jr .49
Macer, John, fr ,65
Maddox, Karol, soph., 57, 130
Mahler, Terry, fr., 65, 191
Major, Robin, jr., 49, 138
Malicoate,Garla,tr ,65, 127,132
Malicoate, Vanessa, jr., 49, 75, 100, 102.
Malone, Anita, fr., 62
y. Steve, jr., 49
Tony, jr., 49
Beverly, sr., 38, 119, 182, 183
Marks, Mike, sr , 38
Marley, Glenda, sr ,9, 38
Marley, Martina, lr , 65
Marlon, Jimmy, fr.. 65
Martin, Alan, jr , 49, 116, 165
Martin, Charlie, jr , 49
Martin, Lonnie, sr ,33
Melody, jr , 49, 102, 121, 132
Regina,jr , 49
Marx, Danny, jr ,49, 51
tephen, sr , 38, 94
Mason, Ber1hina,soph,, 58, 100
Masters, Brad, soph , 58
Mastin, Tony, sr ,38, 114, 102
Mathews, Gary. soph., 58
Mathis, Debbie, fr., 65
Mathis, Florence, sr ,38,102,123
Mauldin, Gary, jr., 49
Maxwell, Leslie, sr , 38
Maxwell, Marsha. soph , 58, 157
ayerhoeler, Jill, sr., 38
aynard, Charlie, sr , 127
edley, Laura, soph., 58, 130, 190
eek, Wesley, soph , 58
eler, Wanda, lr ,65, 107, 132
elvln, Scott, jr., 49
elvln, Teresa, sr , 38 j
elvln, T1m,lr., 14,65, 167
ercer, Anna, tr,, 66, 127
ercer, John, lr., 127, 190
lcue, Nita, jr., 49, 132, 189
idgett, Teresa, lr ,66
ikeman, Kip, sr , 38
iller, Chris, lr., 64
iller, Debbie, soph., 58
lller, Devonne, lr,, 66
Miller, James, soph., 58
Miller, Kelly, jr., 49, 105, 121
Miller, Walter, soph., 58, 187
Minton, Douglas, tr., 66
Miskowsky, Rusty, sr , 38,94
Molet, David, jr , 46, 49, 165
Molet, John, sr , 38
Molitor, John, soph , 58, 190
Molzet, Charles, jr., 72
Monkress, Terri, tr ,66
Moody, Angela, lr , 66, 127, 191
Moore, April, tr , 64, 66
Moore, Charnelle, soph ,58, 116
Moore, John, sr., 49
Moore, Juan, sr ,38
Moore, Kemp, soph , 58
Moore. Lisa, tr., 66
Mora, Silvia, sr , 33, 38
Morgan, Phyllis, sr ,38,114, 121
Morgan, Sharon, sr , 31, 38
Morgan, Theodore, jr., 49
Morphis, Gay, sr ,38, 44, 112, 122, 123.
Morris, Leonard. jr ,49,82,85,126, 154,
Morrison, Bessie, sr ,38
Morrison, Kristy, lr ,66
Morrissey, Micheal, soph , 58
Moses, Lezll, jr , 49, 116
Mosher, Mark, sr., 38, 72
Mosley, Selonda, sr., 107
Moss, Alan, jr , 50
Mosshart, Margaretta, soph , 58
Motsenbocker, Shelley, sr., 38, 188, 189
Mowles, David, soph ,58
Mulllnax, Michelle, jr , 50
Mulllngs, Kim, sr , 38, 124, 125
Mulzel, Charles, jr., 72
Mulzet, Robert, lr ,66
Mundt, James, lr ,66, 105
Muno, Dana, lr., 66
Muno, Diana, tr , 66
Muoghalu, Elizabeth, soph., 58
Muoghalu, John, tr ,66, 190
Murray, Jimmy,jr ,50, 123
Murray, Stephanie, jr ,50,190
Murray, Stephanie, sr., 38, 107, 109
Musgrove, Terri, soph ,58, 117
Mustain, Larry, soph., 58, 127
Myers, Donna, sr ,38, 123
Myers. Rhonda, jr , 50
McAllster, Darrell, jr., 50, 191
MCAIISIGY, Laurie, lr , 66
McCathern, David, jr , 50
McCathern,Tlm,sr ,33,38, 121, 165,164
McCathren, Cindy, soph , 58
McClukln, Jann, sr ,38
McColn, Karen,jr ,1,50,114
McCornack, Rodney, jr., 13
McCowen, Candy, sr ,38, 102, 184, 186
McCoy, Curtis, lr., 66
McCoy, Tammy, jr , 50
McCune, Laura, lr ,66, 17, 132
McDaniel, Dlane,lr ,66,132
McDaniel, Janet, sr , 38. 9, 127, 132
McDonald, Sherry, lr , 66
McDougal, Bobby, lr., 66, 64
McDougal, Brian, sr ,40, 105, 181, 165,
McDowell, Ronald, sr ,40
Mclntlre, Dinah, sr , 40
McKee, Jett, jr ,50, 165
McKnight, Reba, soph ,58
McLaughlin, Richard, jr , 50
McNabb, Sherr1,soph , 58
McNees, Dana, jr., 50, 121, 132
Nall, Christopher, jr., 50
Nance, Jimmy, jr., 50, 127
Nance, Lori, sr ,40, 111
Napier, Teresa, sr., 40, 111
Navarrow, Lisa, lr , 66
Navarro, James, jr., 50
Neal, Eleanor, sr ,40
Neal, Linda, soph , 58
Lanette, Neaty, 190
Neighbors, Michael, lr , 66
Nelson, Jell, jr., so
Nelson, Marlon, soph ,58
Netherton, Jett, lr., 66
Newport, Terri, sr., 40, 123
Newtoniinda, soph ,58, 59
Nichols, Darla, jr , 50, 105
Nichols, Debra, soph ,58
Noble, Candi, lr ,66
Noble, Jana. sr ,40, 82
Nukes, Jett, sr., 40, 7, 102, 107, 111, 112.
Norris, Vlckle, sr , 40, 107
Norton, Johnny, lr., 66
Null, Tobl, jr., 50, 114, 132, 189
Nunez, Debbie, lr ,66
Nunez, Mark, soph, 58
Nunley, Dawn, soph , 58
Nunley, Vivian, jr , 50
Oaks, Steve, soph , 58
Oberg, Cathy, soph ,58, 98
O'Daniel, Pamela, sr ,40, 124, 125
Ogg, Linda, jr ,50, 100, 102, 104, 105
Onguner, Adonna, lr ,66, 132
Otten, Billy, lr., 66
Orange, Nadine, soph ,58, 98
Orr, Anlta, jr ,40
Orr, Resa, jr ,50, 132, 134
Ortlz, Debbie, soph ,72,105,120,l21
OY:lg5LlS3, soph , 55, 57, 58, 97, 109, 1 16,
Osborn, Tracy, soph , 58
Ortiz, Debra, jr , 50
Ortiz, Joe, jr , 50
Otley, Janice. sr ,40,123
Outlaw, Steve, soph ,58
Pollard, Marcus, jr,, 51, 100
Pollard, Toni, soph., 58, 82
Porter, Susan, jr., 51
Pollock, Gene, lr., 66, 62
Pottor, Donna, soph., 58
Potter, Tammie, jr., 51
Powell, Bobby, soph , 59, 123
Powell, Jerry, jr., 123
Powell, Ronny, sr , 41 , 94
Pratt, Laketa, jr, 51
Preston, Tammy, sr ,41, 102
Prlbble, Paula, lr,, 66, 126, 127
Price, Joe, soph., 59
Price, Karen, lr , 126
Price, Stephanie, lr ,66, 107, 127, 154
Pritchard, Ronnie, soph ,59,100,112,116
Proctor, Dennis, sr ,41, 165
Quick, Monica, lr,, 66, 190
Quinlan, Kelly, soph , 59
Ross, Terry,jr,, 51
Ross, Tony, lr ,66, 186
Rotrock, Jay, soph , 59, 114, 123
Rowland, Charles, sr., 41 , 5, 161
Rozin, Spencer, sr ,41, 187, 186
Rozzell, Sabra, jr , 51
Rudlger, Cassie, jr ,51, 125
Rudlger, Larry, lr ,66, 105, 107
Rule, Annette, soph ,59
Rushing, Kathy, sr , 41
Russell, Darla, sr ,42, 86
Rutledge, Brent, jr , 49, 51 , 93
Rutledge, Je11,jr , 165
Ruyle, Robin, sr , 42, 1, 102, 121, 157
Ruyle, Ronnie, soph,, 59
Ryan, Karen, jr., 51, 124
Ryan, Mark, lr , 67, 167
Ryan,Shelee,s0ph ,59,79, 116,132
Sackett, Rhonda, lr , 132
San Antonio, Becky, jr , 51, 75, 130
San Antonio. Frank, lr ,67, 167
Sampson, Mike, sr ,42, 112
Sanders, Duron, lr ,67
Rains, Bobby, sr., 41
Rains, Donna, soph , 59
Rains, Edward, soph , 59
Rains, Sherri, jr , 51
Rains, Stacy, jr , 51
Ramlrez, Fernando, sr , 41
Ramsey. Gregg, sr., 41
Ramsey, Joe, tr., 66
Ramsey, Randall, jr , 51
Randolph, Sidney, sr ,41
David. soph , 59
bble, soph ,59
Ray, Karen, jr , 51
Rea, Steve,jr ,51
Reddish, Cherie, lr , 66
Reece, Cheryl, sr ,41, 102
Reece, Randy, soph ,59
Cheryl, sr ,41
Carrie, sr ,41, 76, 102
Hank, soph , 59
Owens. Mike, lr ,66
Owrey, David, lr , 66
Palmer, Bruce, sr , 167
Palmer, Zackary, jr , 50
Paprlch, Chris, soph ,58
.LaDonna, sr , 119, 50
Annette, sr , 50, 107, 127
Janice, sr , 50, 125
Michelle, sr ,50, 100, 102,
Parks, Brian, sr , 40
Parks, Jell, soph , 58, 104, 105
Parks, LaDonna, jr , 51, 107
Parrish, LaDonna, jr ,51,183,184
Parlon,Vald1na, sr ,40, 11
Passmore, Cleetls, sr , 40
Patterson, Andy, sr ,40, 165
Patton, Diane, jr , 51, 102
Paul, Rodney, sr ,40, 165
Pearson. Cathy, sr ,40, 109
Pearson, M1ke,jr , 51, 13
Pearson, Terri, soph . 58, 132, 135
Pennington, Wanetta, soph , 58
Perakls, George, lr., 66
Perakis,Susan,sr ,40,130, 146,155
Perry,Lorl,sr ,41,100, 102, 105, 121,148
Perry, Scott, soph , 58
Perry, Vernon, soph ,58
Perryman, Keith, lr ,66
Petty. Stephen, tr ,66
Phariss, Mike, lr . 66
Phller, CIINOYG, jr , 51
Phllher, James, soph . 58
Philllps,'Jauan, lr , 66
Phllllps, Jett, sr , 41
Phillips, Judy, sr ,41, 31
Pickle, Blll, sr , 51, 106, 107, 186
Pierce, Russell, sr ,51
Pierce, Steve, lr , 66, 76
Pittman, Tony, lr ,66, 100
Plunkett, David, sr , 51
Renter, Jeanette, soph , 59
Rentle, Edward, soph , 59
Rex, Kellie, sr ,41, 112, 122, 158
Rhodes, Lerry, sr ,41
Rhodes, Sherri, soph , 59
Richardson, Bruce, soph . 59
Richardson, Dana, sr , 41
Richardson, Jett, soph., 59, 100
Richardson, Scott, soph , 59
Richardson, Shari, sr , 41, 124, 125
Rlckerts, Jay, sr ,41, 100, 155
Riddle, VlCKl9,jY ,49, 51
Ridley, Carol, sr , 41, 109, 123
Rinehart, Pamela, lr , 66
Ritter, Donnie, sr ,41, 155
Rivers, David, jr ,51
Roach, Tony, jr , 51, 72, 100, 107, 109,
Roberson, Melvin, sr , 14, 33, 41, 109
Roberson, Peter, soph ,59, 1, 100
Roberts, Cathy, jr , 51
Roberts, Pam, sr ,41
Roberts, Susan, sr , 41
Sanders, Gary,jr ,51, 127, 154, 181, 16
Sanders, Latonla, lr ,67
Sandy, Rena, soph , 59
Sandy, Darrell, jr , 51
Scales, Willie, sr , 109
Schuerhotl, Kathy, jr , 51, 132
Schlecht, James, jr ,51, 102
SchoeIen,L1sa,jr ,51,82, 119
Schoelen, Jell, lr ,67
Scoggin, Jacky, lr , 67
Scott, Alan, tr , 67
Scott, Becky, sr , 42
Scott, Leroy, jr , 51
Scott, Llsa, soph .60
Scrudder, Pam, lr ,67,132
Sebastian, Steve, sr , 42
Seeley, Tommy, tr ,67, 64
nda, soph , 60
ky, lr , 67, 100
die, jr , 51
Senn, Tammy, jr., 51
David, lr , 67
Katherine, jr , 51, 132
Seymour, Robin, lr ,67, 127
Shambra, Victor, soph , 59
Shannon, Ratrlcla, jr , 51 , 93
Shannon, Vernon, soph ,60, 123
Shanoskl, Dane, tr , 67
Sheffield, Connie, jr , 51 , 86
Shells, Anthony, sr ,42
ohnny, tr , 93
shane, Bubba, soph ,60, 93
Shene, Venetta, jr , 51, 125
d, Jerry, sr ,42
Shepard, Tamela, sr ,42, 102,123
Shepherd. Daniel, jr , 51
Shepherd, Joe, lr., 67, 66, 90
Shepherd, Michael, soph , 60
Shepherd, Pam,jr ,51
Shine, Lori, jr , 127
Stephanie, lr ,67, 132
Slckels, Harve, jr , 51. 165
Simpson, Aprll, jr , 51
Simpson, Nancy, jr ,51
, VICKI, lr , 67
Robertson, James, jr , 51, 105
Robertson, Kenny, soph ,59, 186
Robinson, Denlta, soph , 59
Robinson, Elijah, jr , 51
Robles, Mark, soph , 59
Roby, Joni, jr ,51
Rodgers, Cassandra, jr ,51, 125
Rodgers, Paula, lr ,66, 127
Simpson, William, lr , 67
Sims, Teresa, lr ,67, 130
Slzernore, Eddie, lr ,67
Skidmore, Angle, lr , 67, 127
Skipper, James, soph .60
Sloat. Jana, lr , 67
Smiley, Tara. soph ,60,132
Rogers, Kerry, soph , 59. 119, 152
Rogers, Kerry, tr , 66,68
Rogers, Laverne, soph , 59, 123
Rogers, Renee, jr ,51,123
Rogers, Tiffany, jr , 51, 53. 93, 123
Root. DaVld,jY , 51, 10, 100, 102 109,114,
Rose, Vickie, sr , 41, 111
Ross, Dawn, tr , 127
Ross. James, lr ,66, 64
Floss, Mike, sr , 41, 10, 112, 147, 158, 159.
Ross, Roger, lr , 66, 68, 167
Smith, Cynthia, jr , 51
Smith, David, sr ,42,191
Smith, Gerald, sr ,42, 100, 126, 127
Smith, Grace, sr ,42, 102, 107, 109, 184.
Smith, Keith, soph .60
Smith, Kelli, sr , 42, 102, 111, 114
Smith, Kelly, sr ,42, 111
Smith, Lanette, jr , 52, 14, 132
Smith, Robert, jr , 52
Smith, Russell, jr , 52
Smith, Scott, soph , 60, 127
Index - 207
Stark James, fr., 67, 167 wilson,
208 - Index
Snider, Katrinka, sr., 42, 155
Snider, Rozie, jr., 52, 100, 105, 132
Snyder, Tim, sr., 42
Sockett, Rhonda, fr., 67
Soltis, Sharon, jr., 7, 52
Sorrels, Susie, soph., 55, 60, 100, 132
Sosa, Nick, jr., 52
Sosa, Rachel, lr., 67
Southerland, Kevin, soph., 60, 165
Sowell, Jim, sr., 42, 155
Spann, Evvnice, jr., 52
Spann, Unice, jr., 52
Speegle, Gina. jr., 46, 52, 119,125,132.
Speegle, Randy, jr., 51, 52
Spence, Debra, tr., 67
Spitz, Kent, jr., 52
Splavvn, Lesa, sr., 52, 102,190
Spradling, Randall, sr., 42, 93, 100, 104,
105, 123, 146
Spradling, Tammy, jr., 52
Stafford, Anthony, fr., 67
Stafford, Diann, jr., 52. 123
Stagg, Don, jr., 49, 52, 75
Stagg, Melanie, fr., 67, 130
Stallerys, Jerry, sr., 42
Standard, Matt, sr., 41,42, 102, 111, 147,
Stanford, Roxie, fr., 62, 67, 132
Stankewitz, Paula, sr., 42
Stanley, Michelle, jr., 52, 100, 104, 127, 132,
Stasyszen, Charles, jr., 52
Staten, Keith, fr., 67, 186
Sl. Cyr, Tommy, sr., 14, 42, 97
Steen, Nancy, fr., 67
Stephens, Bonnie, jr., 52
Stephens, Cardella, sr., 7, 42, 132, 129
Stephews, Geilene, sr., 42, 116, 121, 132.
Stephenain, Jeff, jr., 52
Stevens, Cheryl, soph., 60, 116
Stevens, Randy, fr., 68
Stevenson, Elana, sr., 42, 127
Stevenson, James, jr., 52
Stevenson, Jana, jr., 52
Stewart, Dena, fr., 68, 132
Stewart, Greg, soph., 60
Stewart, Jon, soph., 60, 107
Stewart, Trena. soph., 60, 100, 132
Stol-pgs, Brett, sopl'1.,57,60,181, 165, 178.
Stokes, Karla, fr., 68, 130
Stokes, Tommy, fr., 68
Stone, John, fr., 68
Stone, Lena, fr., 68
Stone, Regina, soph., 60
Stonebraker, Renee, soph., 80
Storle, Becky, soph., 55, 60, 191
Story, Bryan, jr., 52, 188,189
Stout, Kathy, jr., 68
Straka, Lisa, sr., 31 , 40, 42
Strasmick, Robin, soph., 60
Strickland, Walter, fr., 100
Stringer, Barry, jr., 52, 79, 102
Stringer, Sandra, sr., 1, 42, 102, 114
Suchy, Bryan, sr., 42, 161, 165, 190
Suggs. Terri, sr., 42, 44, 105
Sullins, Teresa, soph., 60
Sullivan, Robbie, jr., 52, 17, 117, 127, 154
Sumpter, Pan, jr., 109, 123, 132
Swalford, Melinda, soph., 60, 116
Swalford, Paul, sr., 43, 123
Swldler, David, soph., 60, 117
Switzer, Mlke, sr., 43
Tate, Cheryl, sr., 43, 13, 31, 121, 127, 132
Talley, Dale, sr., 43
Tampkins, Erma, fr., 68
Taplin, Rebecca, sr., 43
Tapp, Jenice, soph., 60, 127, 132
Tarver, Anite, jr., 52
Tate, Tammy, soph., 55, 60
Taylor, Carl, fr., 68
Taylor, Jeff, fr., 68, 167
Taylor, Jeff, jr., 52, 107,114, 159
Taylor, Jimmy, soph., 60
Taylor, Jimmy, soph., 60, 165
Taylor, Kim, sr., 43
Taylor, Lyndell, tr., 68, 64, 167
Taylor, Sherri, soph., 60
Taylor, Tammy, sr., 43
Taylor, Terry, soph., 55, 61, 1.21
Taylor, Tom, fr., 41, 66, 167
Taylor, Valorie, fr., 68, 132
Taylor, Victor, jr.. 49, 52, 109
Vandergritf, Dee Dee, soph., 61, 116, 127
Vandergriff, Lisa, sr., 43, 89
Vandiver, Mark, fr., 68
Vandiver, Kelley, sr., 43, 123, 132, 133,161
Vandiver, Randy, jr., 19, 53
Vann, Debbie, sr., 85, 126, 127
Vann, Luther, jr., 109
Vesques, George, jr., 53
Vasquez, George, jr., 165
Vaughn, Jeff, soph., 61, 105, 121, 189
Vaughn, Mike, jr., 53
Vannosdoll, Sandy, soph., 61
Vanwinkle, Rodney, jr., 53
Vanwinkle, Roxanne, soph., 61
Varner, Mike, soph., 61
Vasquez, Richard, lr., 68, 167, 190
Verdicchio, Steve, soph., 61, 105, 121
Vickers, Stella, sr., 33, 43, 82, 109
Vinyard, Dwana, soph., 100
Vowell, Rene, fr., 68, 100, 105
Wilks, DeDe, soph., 61, 116
Williams, Charles, soph., 61, 120,121
Williams, Cheri, sr., 89
Williams, Darrell, soph., 61, 167
Williams, Darrell, sr., 44, 9, 13
Williams, Greg, fr., 69, 144, 167
Williams, Janet, fr., 69
Williams, PaPa, sr , 10, 165
Williams, Ronnie, fr., 69
Williams, Rocky, jr., 53
Williams, Samaria, sr., 44, 127
Williams, Sharon, jr., 53, 127
Williamson, David, sopl'1.,61, 17, 111, 191
Willis, Cindy, jr., 53
Willis, Debra, sr., 33,44
Willis, Wally, sr., 44, 100. 115
Wilmoth, Jeff, soph., 61, 116
Wilmoth, Terri, sr., 44
Teague, Lendon, jr., 52
Tedder, Stephanie, soph., 61
Terry, Debi, soph., 61
Terry, Erin, fr., 68
Terry, Michael, sr., 43, 75,107
Testerman, Norma, sr., 43, 121
Waddle, Julie, jr., 53
Waddle, Tracy, soph., 55, 61
Waddle, Trudy, soph., 61
Thomas, Cecil, soph., 61
Thomas. Evelyn, sr., 43, 100, 109, 121
Thomas, Felicia, jr., 52
Thomas, John, soph., 61
Thomas. Gary, fr., 68
Thomas, John, soph., 59, 179, 178
Thomas, Kathy, fr., 68
Thomas, Kim, soph., 61, 111, 116
Thomas, Patricia, jr., 52, 119, 130,183
Thomas, Robert, fr., 167
Thomas, Robin, sr., 43, 2, 109, 157
Thomas, Veronica. sr., 43
Thompson, Don, jr., 72
Wade, Charles, fr., 68
Wade, Richard, fr., 68, 100
Waggoner, Lynda, soph., 61, 130
Waits, Kristi, fr., 68
Walden, Jeff, fr., 68,64
Waldrop, Sherri, soph., 61, 130
Walker. Lanicsa, fr., 69
Walker, Lynn, sr., 33, 152
Walker, Luther, fr., 69
Wall, Keith, fr., 69
Walton, Dorothy, soph., 61
Walker, Lynn, sr., 44, 152
Walker, Valerie, sr., 44, 112
Chuck, soph., 61
Cynthia, fr., 69
Cynthia, sr., 44
David, sr., 44
David, jr., 53
Donna, sr., 44, 5, 105, 130, 155
Jamie, soph., 61
Layne, soph.,61, 13, 109, 111
Mike, soph., 61
Ricky, sr., 44, 121, 164, 165, 166
Terry, jr., 53, 5, 102, 107, 114, 159.
Wilma, fr., 69
Winfrey, Kathy, sr., 44
Winfrey, Leigh, jr., 51 , 53, 82, 123
Winn, Gary, soph., 61, 190
Winter, Cynthia, sr., 44, 155
Winter, Mark, soph., 61, 109, 128
Wishon, Kevin, jr., 53
Wolf, James, sr., 45
Womack, Velarie, sr., 45
Wood, Kim, sr., 2, 45, 123
Thompson, Jana, fr., 191
Thompson, Michael, fr., 68
Thompson, Sherman, fr., 68
Tinkham, Ronald, fr., 68
Tinsley, Lesa, jr., 52, 114,1
Todd, Alisa, soph., 116
Todd, Tonya, fr., 68
Tolbert, Mike, soph., 61, 165, 179, 178
Tolman, Michael, sr., 43
Thompkins, Kelly, jr., 165
Totten. Eugene, sr., 43, 155
Towell, Robert, soph., 61 , 123
Towler, Harvey, fr., 68
Trail, Susan, fr., 68, 62, 114, 132
Trevino, David, jr., 53
Tucker, Gail, jr., 53, 100, 102, 105
Tucker, Mike, jr., 49, 53, 93
Tucker, Phillip, sr., 43
Tune, Marsha, jr., 53, 125
Tune, Regina, soph., 61
Tune, Tommy, fr., 66, 76
Turk, Michelle, sr., 43, 123
Turner, Anne, soph., 61
Turner, Tommy, sr., 43. 89, 100, 114, 121
Tyree, Scott, jr., 53, 102, 127
Ulman, Connie, soph., 61, 100, 132
Ulfen, Kristi, sr., 43
Uneell, Mark, jr., 53, 123
Upjohn, David, jr., 53. 123
Walton, Dorothy, soph., 130
Wann, Michelle, jr., 53
Washington, Lydia, sr., 5, 44, 119, 132, 135
161, 182, 183
Washington, Rodney. jr., 53
Washington, Willard, soph., 61
Watkins, Ron, fr., 69, 79
Wear, Kalyn, soph., 61
Wear, Kim, soph., 61
Webb, Marguerite, jr., 53, 132, 189
Webster, Pamela, sr., 44, 93, 102, 114
Weir, Kalyn, soph., 14, 132
Weir, Kim, soph., 14, 104, 132
Weiss, Kris, fr., 69
Welch, Ronnie, jr., 81, 105
Welchel, Kevin, fr., 69
Wendt, Tracy, jr., 53
Wenthold, Chris, fr., 69, 190
Wenthold, Monty, sr., 44
West, Ronnie, fr., 69, 191
Wegghmmie, sr., 44, 86, 102, 132, 135.
Whatley, Fanny, jr., 119,152, 182,183
Whatley, Gina, jr., 53, 91,1B3, 185
Wheeler, Andy, sr., 44
Wheeler, Lee Ann. sr., 44, 122,123
Wheeler, Robin, jr., 53, 123
Whipple, Pam, soph., 61
White, John, fr., 69
White, Lovella, soph., 61, 130
Whittington, Marcy, sr., 44, 52, 190, 191
Widener, Truman, fr., 69
Wietelman, James, fr., 69
Wiley, Andy, jr., 53, 190
Wiley, Doris, sr., 44
Wood, Lori, fr., 69
Wood, Paul, soph., 61, 155
Wood, Steve, soph., 61
Wooder, Howard, jr., 53
Woosley, Brett, sr., 2, 39, 45, 123,178,180
, Larry, fr., 69, 62, 167
,Randy, sr., 45, 165
, Tony, fr., 69, 109
ter, Brent, jr., 58, 178
Worcester, Jennie, fr.. 69
ter, Tammy, lr., 69
ter, Tanya, sr., 45, 123
Worchester, Tony, soph., 61
ter. Virgie, fr., 69
Ken, jr., 47, 53
Scott, soph., 61
Wynn, Cindi, sr., 7, 31 , 45, 100, 102
Yancy, Russell, fr., 69
Yeck. David, fr., 69
Yerby, Robert, fr., 69
Carla, sr., 45, 123
James, soph., 61
Keith, soph., 2
Ricky, fr., 2, 13, 69, 100
Robin, jr.. 53
Scott. soph., 61, 127
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Cathy Curry. . . . . .Sophomore Editor
Denise Leach .
Cathy Childs ..... . . .Freshman Editors
Valerie Walker . . . . .Business Managers
Jackie Huffman ...... Circulation Manager
Ronnie Pritchard . . .Student Photographer
Dewayne Critchfirld ........ Professional
Blunck Studio .... . Portrait Photographers
Lu Curtis ...... Yearbook Representative,
Ruth Kraemer. . .
Joan Bartl, Mark Brewster, Tari Downard, Sheree Floyd, Gay Morphis, Jeff Nokes, Mike
Ross, Mike Sampson, Cheryl Smith, Nita Micue, Debbie Washington ............ Staff
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY POLICY
The Oklahoma City Public School Dlatnct il-89j com-
rlles with Tltle VI ofthe Clvll Rights Act of 1964, Tltle
X of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section
504 ol the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and their lm-
plementlng regulations administered by the U.S. De-
gartment of Health, Education, and Weltare's Oftlce
or Clvll Rights. It also compiles with Tltle VII of the
Clvll Rights Act of 1964 and ta lm lementlng regula-
tions edrnlnlatered by the U.S. Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission. This lnstltutlon does not
dlscrlmlnate onthe basis of race, color, rell lon, eex,
age, national origin, or handicap ln admlsslaon or ac-
cess to, or treatment or employment ln, its programs
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