Vernon High School - Yamparika Yearbook (Vernon, TX)
- Class of 1986
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When you look back on high school, it seems like a
momentg yet while you are attending it, high school
seems as though it may never end. When it comes to an
end, you want to remember those special moments that
made it so great. All the activities, sports, organizations,
and classes you were in make up many moments worth
remembering. When you do your best, work your
hardest, and have the most fun humanly possible, you
are living every moment. That's the essence of high
school: Live Every Moment.
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Henry Stone - Editor in Chief
Becky Cook -- Assistant Editor
Sports p. 34
Robert Hill - Editor
Class p. 70
Amy Coats - Editor
Organizations p. 1 14
Jeanie Gaebler - Editor
Ads p. 152
Kim Hunter - Editor
Jay Wood - Ad Manager
When first warm breezes usher
in spring, students do on
pilgrimages go to win favor in the
eyes of judges and to bring home
large stores of plunder in the form
of trophies, medals, ratings, rib-
bons, and finally diplomas. In
events ranging from vocal music to
most improved in sports to the
school's highest award, valedic-
torian, those who achieved honors
were presented, awarded, and
In the spring of 1985, those who
lived every moment reaped the
harvest of hard work, practice, hit-
ting the books, and giving their best
for causes of their choice.
I Top winners in the Voice of Democracy
competition included Ross Crabtree, first,
David Mitchell, second, and Julie Ashley,
third. Ross went on to win first in district and
seventh in state.
-Q Supt. Jerry Cook and valedictorian of the
Class of 1985, Shelley Gilmore, check last
minute notes before entering the main hall
of Wilbarger Auditorium for the 94th Ver-
non High School Commencement.
4 Spring Activities
-. Mechelle Meixner and Landon Lowry
were crowned band queen and king at the
combined band-choir concert.
1 Cited at the band awards banquet were
Kelli Crisp, Dawn Plewes, Cynthia lvlcCuis4
tion, Tracy Gfeeler, Jay Horsley, Deborah
Clements, Julie Sewell, and Kim Beckwith.
James Streit, director, presented awards.
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Division I choral winners at Greater
Southwest Music Festival included Lara
Hamilton Gissi Pittman Kay Streit Melissa
Hughes second row hauna Gibson Stephanie
Moore Cheryl Kennedy thlrd row Roger
Allen Susan Day Director Kenneth Baxter
Matt Gallandat and Norman Pedigo. Pictured
to the right is Division l winner David Spirek.
.-I Drill Team members participating in Youth
against Cancer were, front row, Lucinda Scott,
Michelle Adams, Heather Lamb, Stephanie
Campbell, Traci Rogers, second row, Lori
Allison, Trisha Milner, Tawna Burrus, Michelle
Houston, Connie Halencak, Kim Hunter, Becky
Jansa, third row, Susan Gooch, Vickie
Hutchson, Robbie Frith, Stephanie Beck, Karla
Bunch, and Delinda Jones.
I Outstanding athletes honorees at the spring
sports banquet were Jodi Collums, Carla Hall,
Wayne Schmoker, Pat Smithg back row, Vicki
Hutchins, Stan Love, Robert Graf, and Tanzy
L- Kalynda Wall, editor, presents the 1985
Yamparika to Principal Don Davis.
Spring Activities 5
Lady Lions win state
Lady Lions roared to a AAA state championship in
the spring of 1985 with a 33-2 season record. Coached
by George London, Cinda Scott and Shirley Price, the
Lady Lions took the district title with ease, posting a
10-O record and placing Tanzy Waggoner, Staci Scott,
Sherry Murray, and Janet Keser on the All-District
Team. Receiving honorable mention were Jodi Collums
and LaSonya Hall.
Waggoner and Murray also received All-Regional
honors. Named to the All-State Tournament team were
Waggoner and Scott.
Waggoner, Lady Lion tri-captain, posted 1207 points
in three years of varsity play and was named honorable
mention All-American by USA Today sportswriters.
IH Janet Kesee gets ready to shoot the ball while Tanzy Waggoner
and Sherry Murray are coming down court to rebound. The Lady
Lions defeated Littlefield 65-51.
-V Stacie Scott behind the opponent and Jodi Collums in front try to
keep her from shooting or passing the ball out down the court. The
Lady Lions trounced Graham 63-27 in bi-district play.
I Members ofthe AAA state champion Lady Lions basketball team included, first row, Jodi Collums, LeAnn Collumsg second row, Coa
London, Ethel King, Sherry Murray, Kim Beckwith, Melissa Matus, Stacie Scott, Rose Fleeks, managerg third row, Tanzy Waggoner, LaSonya Hall,
Kristi Brittain, Janet Kesee, and Terri Cannon.
6 Spring Activities
From giving teachers apples and apoplexy,
reading books and doing homework to yearning
for the great egress from the Vernon High Zoo,
the students are forever caught in the maze of ac-
tivities that gives life to the school and all things
associated with it.
What they do at night, what they do in the day
and all things in between make up the activities of
Whether it is a football game, basketball game,
studying for the big test, practicing those few extra
notes or just existing in the school, it is the activity
that constitutes the school and the school that
makes the students what they are.
The students, through the activities of living out
the best they can, make the school, with their ac-
tivities, a living, breathing entity.
Faces in. . .
What kind of faces do you see at Vernon High
School? You see the happy ones, the sad ones, the
serious ones, the jovial ones, but, most of all, you see
students inside the school and away from its halls living it
up making the best of every moment.
IF Scott Wilkinson, just in from hunting rabbits
H Ann Farber, it wasn't that funny.
10 Activities I Shelia Mangrum, singing for the world.
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-I Derek Buck says, "Hello, Mother."
I Matt Elliott looks inquisitively at the ground for a deeper meaning.
.-1 Emma Taylor, you're not stealing that Car, are you?
1 "You watch yourself, pal," says Heath Faulkner.
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When the spirit moves, it does weird things to
people. When the spirit moves, people do weird
things. People will dress atrociovsly, act
preposterovslv, and go through anything,
tolerate anything, and put up with the most
adverse conditions known to man just to watch a
football game and participate in its activities.
.4 Gina Henderson pushes Rene Tolentino and her broken leg on the
l- Evan Ward trips out during a pep rally.
1 Wade Faulkner dons his makeup with his compact.
.- Girls put on their best acts for
l Monte says, 'lCheck me out. . . please."
.-1 Clara Jane Luker, you're too happy, and
Heath Faulkner, you need to wake up."
1 Show some emotion, Ross Crabtree.
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Just look what happens
when a person with a
camera comes around.
Everybody screams, "Take
my picture, take my pic-
ture." People will say and
do the most absurd things
just to get their pictures
.. Mimi Mitchell looks like a future
model and Greg Fortune needs to learn
how to smile.
1-. Matt Elliott, who are you trying to
fool? We all know you are wearing
shorts under that towel.
lWe're all ready, now.
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IH Pensive Portwood lost in thought at a football game.
l Was your day really that bad, Quincy Rutledge?
M Heath Faulkner groans, 'Can't you leave a dying man alone?"
Did you euer haue one of those days? Everything
just isn't right, or you can 't wake up, or you just
can 't think. What makes these days bearable is that
one solitary thought that there's a new moment to
liue and a new day just around the corner. You just
can 't wait to haue one of those days, can you?
- "Can I have my ball back, please," squeaks Van McNeese?
l "You get us up this early, and then expect up to look cheerful and
alert." Heather Lamb says, "Why do you think l'm wearing sunglasses?"
Michelle Adams, Kim Hunter and Gigi Pittman are wondering why you
need sunglasses if you canlt open your eyes.
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Teacher, Teacher . . .
I Tim Slaven, Spanish and English teacher, with his wife, supports the
freshman football team,
A Coach Geary Coker urges a player to give his best.
1-r Patricia Miller plans lessons for the week.
1 Barbara Hughes receives a birthday surprise from a class.
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Some bumper stickers say "Teachers Are the
Essential Elements. l' No so. Teachers are much
more than a defined educational goal: They sup-
port activities to urge each student become the
best he can be. They plan work to challenge and
interest - but with each individual in mind. They
share the moments of their lives, acting as role
models. They give hours beyond their prescribed
working time. Yet, most of all, they cherish the ti-
-.I Band Director Freddie Butler rehearses before contest.
- Science teacher Jack Hunter measures a rattlesnake. "I killed him
with my own hands."
l Coach Mike Portwood gets down to business with the freshman
Presenting a trio of one-act
plays, the Senior Class of 1986
entertained the student body and
townspeople with three comedies:
"The Imaginary Invalid," "Antic
Spring," and "The Pot Boiler."
Directed by Brenda Beebe,
drama teacher, the plays were per-
formed in the Little Theater on
December 16, 17.
Jackie Gfeller as Cleante receives the
scorn of Madame Diaforrus, played by
Melanie Briscoe, in a poignant scene with
Shawn Ham as the invalid in "The Im-
I Melissa Matus played Bonefoi and Gina
Henderson played Beline in 'LThe Imaginary
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I A shoot-out marked the end of the melodrama, "The Pot Boiler." Len Woodard played Mr.
Ruler, Tammy Mason was Miss Ivory, Ron Cook was Thomas Pinuckles, Sud, Susan Day was
Mrs. Ivory, Willie King was Mr. Inkwell, and Rachelle Raume was Miss Pencil. IPhotos courtesy
Vernon Daily Recordl
Q- Scott Wilkinson as Elbert finds himself at
Y a disadvantage with Kim Smith as Blossom
i and Lisa Krebs as Possum determine to cap-
l ture him in "Antic Spring."
I Stephanie Ekern as Ginger comforts Robert Hill as Robert in this
scene from "Antic Spring."
Serious business transpires with Rachelle Raume, Willie King and
Ron Cook in a scene from "The Pot Boiler."
QTTIOYIQS . . .
1 San Jones grades papers on hall duty, Chris And Dan 'Lhigh-five" after a touchdown
1 l Jay Wood reads a few notes,
DeeDee McCourt signals for help during halftime.
111 Kelly Kirk and Gina Henderson decorate a friend's car.
l 1 -. Jeff Strickland in deep concentration during Mrs. Jasimine Pace's
Shawn Ham snoozes to tunes on a road trip.
Brian Briscoe trumpeting at halftime.
Fans sitting in the cold at the football game.
Derek Buck and Brett White in a heavy congratulations hug after a
hard fought game.
Stanley Love on the last loop of a world record 800 meter run.
Lucinda Scott helping at a track meet.
For many years, the Lion's Den
has been one of the favorite recrea-
tional spots after games and on
I Jean Horsley and Shannon Wheeler play
U-r Bobby Echols makes ready to put one
in the corner pocket.
IH D.J.'s Ronnie Gordon and Trent
Townson keep that music going.
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Watching classmates at noon time is enough to make a per-
son certain that food is more than sustenance. It is, in the
cafeteria and corridors of the school, a reason for practicing
the social skills, showing off favorite clothes, learning what
happened when in every morning class, and making the right
little moves to get attention of that favorite guy or girl.
Dining choices abound - will it be the snack bar and a
hamburger or nachos, or will it be the school lunch? Will you
eat your meatloaf, or will you leave it? Will you supplement
with chips or with candy? Will the candy last into class. And
the ritual continues each day that transportation cannot be
found to fast food for what the body really craves.
If- Waiting in line at the snack bar can be
fun if you have some one to talk to.
.- Candy bars aren't really that nutritious of
a lunchg they will do, however,
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I Shawn Suothhall looks as if his chicken
isn't very good. C'est la vie!
.- Barry Graf, Chris Thompsen, and Clara
Jane Luker seem to enjoy their chicken, or
maybe they just want to look nice for the
H Let me see you Frankenstein!
I - Jeff Haseloff, Grady Stowe, and Bill
Nava whooping it up in the stands.
A Direct from their training in the Congo
it's the VHS drum corps.
I I This group must be attending an exciting NHS
I Mrs. Susan Gooch and Mrs. Cinda Scott are discuss-
ing pertinent political issues.
Q- Jason Heitschmidt and Barry Graf model the latest
in stadium coats for the Drill Team.
The UIL One-Act play cast is
performing The Runner Stum-
bles by Milan Stitt. It is the ac-
count of a priest named Rivard
struggling with a nun whom he
In order to produce an
award-winning drama the cast
must be hardworking and
dedicated. However, as these
photographs show, the members
also take practice time to live it
up and have fun.
Lara Hamilton takes a break to catch up
Let's hope that Sean McKelvey's ex-
pression does not reflect on the play's
Brenda Beebe comes smiling through
Henry Stone, Lara Hamilton, and Shawn Ham share a dramatic moment on stage.
lf Jerry Daigle cannot be in the spotlight on stage he will at least be the center of attention behind the
Stacy Lane Melanie Briscoe Debra Franks
Region 4 Poetry State Twirler
Stan Love Gigi Pittman Kevin Whiteside Brett White
800 meter: 5th All-State Choir 400 meter: 4th Sprint Relay: 5th
Ron Cook Robert Graf Roy Ewing James Dixon
Sprint Relay: 5th Discus: 2nd Sprint Relay: 5th Sprint Relay: 5th
Angie Campsey was crowned on February 14. Special entertain- was performed as a "fake" Valen-
1986 Valentine Queen in ceremo- ment was provided by Todd and tine before the coronation.
nies at D.O. Fulton Gymnasium Tammy Mason who sang. A skit
Nominees and escorts enter the gym before the big announcement. Nominees and escorts show varied expressions as they enter.
The Valentine Court includesg from left, Sherry Murray and Willie King, Lisa Krebs and Shawn Ham, Stephanie Ekem and Derek Buck, Angie
Campsey and Dan Buesing, Shari Boring and Brett White, Terri Cannon and Len Woodard, Gina Henderson and Ron Cook, Sheila Mangrum and
Ronnie Fanner. Crown bearer and flower girl for the occasion was Ryan Scott and Meridith Gooch.
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Nestled in Northcentral Texas, Vernon High School students have the
opportunity to see snow only once or twice a year. So when Jack Frost
bites and the white flurry of matter descends, students do not waste any
time. They live every minute of it.
1 Grady Stowe seems to be "helping" his car get started on this cold
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wonders if the weather will upset her weekend plans.
I Van McNeese and Eddie Naylor cannot seem to find
their car under the blanket of snow.
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The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. lt's
unlike ABC Sports at Vernon High, though. Although
the quality of our barbaric football players, skying
basketball stars, world class runners, pro golfers, ace
tennis players, and spiking volleyballers may indicate
professional competitors, they aren'tg instead they are
the pride of our school. They give VHS its renown. They
are the competitors and fighters that strike fear into the
teams of our district and around the state.
Winning is the small part though. There's the hours of
preparation, the euphoria of adrenalin pumping and the
fun of partaking in the sport. Trying to have fun during
high school makes the competitor live every moment
through hisfher sport.
4-1 non-district posted
The 1985-86 Vernon Lions got
off to another roaring start in non-
district play. The Lions lost only
one game to Altus. Then romped
on through the remainder of their
games in great fashion. The Lions
are hoping to make it to the
playoffs for a third straight year.
-. Number 11 Ron Cook seems to be in
deep thought about tomorrow's big game.
1 Ross Crabtree does intense sideline
surgery on Todd Greenwood's damaged
1 Dan Buesing, the Lion quarterback, goes
over the scouting report one last time to get
some last minute information which will help
him give the opponents defense some
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good blocking as he scampers for a good gain.
Willie received the honor of Texoma Player of
the Week for his effort against Burkburnet.
-. Coach Coker is shown seriously thinking
about tomorrow's game with Borger. The Lions
finished non-district with four wins and one loss.
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Mighty Lions prepare for battle
The mighty Vernon Lions are
our friends out there giving it their
all so that our school will be
respected and looked up to. Win or
lose our team is a part of each and
every one of us. We should always
remember that thanks to them it
works for all of us, the Vernon way.
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gives some instructions.
I I "Hugs of Happiness" is what Brett White
and Shawn Ham do after an exciting win.
I Linebacker Derek Buck makes a shoe-string
tackle. Matt Elliott enjoys Thursday practice
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Practice makes perfect Lions
1 Willie King is shown here putting a good hit
lf- Len Woodard, Derek Buck, David
on an opponent, as Brad Koch charges in li- Coach Blythe gives Chad Haynes some Downes, Brad Price and Matt Elliott protect
from the rear to help finish the job. This advice during Thursday's pre-game prac- Shawn Ham as he holds on a field goal at
player will be in pain tomorrow. tice. lt seems to be a serious conversation. tempt in practice.
-i-if "Goggled" Stan Love sits on the
sideline resting after a hard defensive effort.
-. Coach Scott gives Shawn l-lam some
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ly, this is Ron Cook and Brad Price posing
for the camera in their normal state of mind.
Humor is used to break the tension of in-
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1 Mike Cox feels whiskers on the side. This is
his way of relaxing because he knows the
Lions have the game well in hand. Len
Woodard shows signs of disgust after being
ejected from a ballgame. Ronnie Fanner
rushes to help his teammates destroy an op-
ponent. The Good Time Gang charges onto
Q- I I .- Chad Haynes seems to be a little upset
as he catches his breath on the sideline. Team
captains from left to rightg Willie King, Derek
Buck, Brett White, Matt Elliott and Ron Cook.
Chris Thomsen gets down in the bottom of a
pile-up still holding on to an opponent's jersey.
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I The 1985 Vernon Lions from l to rg Ross Crabtree, Brad Jones, Bill Blythe, Leo Brittain,
Geary Coker, Walt Scott, Bryan Sullivan, Heath Faulkner, second row: M. Anderson, L. Miles,
R. Philips, W. King, S. Love, R. Martinez, S. Ham, third rowg B. Weist, B. Koch, B. Cochran, B.
Logsdon, K. Wooten, R. Fanner, C, Haynes, D. Downes, third row N. Rodriguez, Q. Rutledge,
S. Richie, L. Woodard, R. Cook, D. Buesing, B. Price, M. Knight, fourth row: L. Brothers, R.
Mooney, B. White, M. Elliott, C. Thomsen, D. Buck, M. Cox, S. Wheeler.
I "Heads I win tails you lose." The entire team goes out onto the field to the coin toss as an in-
timidating bunch. Dan Buesing warms up on the side line. -.
The 1985 Vernon Lions are shown here
rambling on through the playoffs on their
way to a second straight semi-finalist
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as they ramble on through the glorious
season which they had this year.
worth celebrating, in all aspect
Junior Varsity will keep winning record
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shortage of junior varsity pictures and varsity pictures had to
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wood and Phil Wester posted four wins and five losses. Cub running back
David Humphrey runs by a toppled defender here at Lion Stadium. Chris
Carr makes a shoe string tackle. Michael Brodnex goes diving in for some
hard earned yardage.
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Members of the 1985 JV basketball team are, tbottom to top, left to rightl Lance Noel, Matt Knight, Chris Havis, Roy Ford, Coach Scott, Craig
Templeton, Brad Koch, Mike Heatly, Tommy Neely, Mike Cox, Chris Franks.
Below, Mike Heatly and Tommy Neely go to the hoop.
Freshman boys hit hardwoods
The freshman boys basketball team pic-
tured to the left, lbottom to top, left to
rightl Monty Dickerson, Alex Alinez, Jeff
Rogers, Mark Puckett, Jason Hutchins,
Chance O'Neal, Aldean Simms, Tracy
Dowty, Coach Mike Portwood, Steven
Holt, Mark Dobbs, Patrick Dillard, Greg
Fortune, Evan Ward, Jerry Gibbons, and
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Stacie Scott, Terri Cannon, Sherry
Murry, LaSonya Hall, LeAnn Collums,
Melanie Graf, Kenya Krebs, Janet
Kesee, Kristi Brittain and Kim Willie.
Lady Lions play
Stacie Scott is shown here
fighting hard for a loose ball.
The Lady Lions are once again
rampaging the playoffs. At the
time of the printing this page the
Lady Lions had just defeated
Crane in the playoffs. The Lady
Lions also defeated Graham for
the Bi-district crown.
To the hoop, it's Sherry Murry and LaSonya Hall go-
ing all alone and in a crowd. Coach London looks
worried. What for? His Lady Lions always come
through in the end.
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Lady Lions are in
the Playoffs, again.
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I Kim Willie fights for the ball as Kenya Krebs and Sheri Cannon watch.
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1 Kristi Brittain gets ready to play some defense.
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Members of the Junior Varsity basketball team are, lbottom to top, Michele Houston, Brenda Lacy, Lisa Havins, Lydia Adams, Gina
left to rightl Jennifer Thompson, Tricia Richardson, Teri Warden, Lee Havins, Tawna Burrus and Coach Lucinda Scott.
Ann Owen, Angie Ham, Melanie Smith, Paula Bailey, Angela Cary,
Tricia Richardson drives to the hoop on a layup, Angie Ham puts up a shot at D.O. Gymnasium.
Members of the Freshman girls basketball team areg lbottom to top,
left to rightl Mary Burns, Shirley Stone, Kathy Nabors, Kim Blackwell,
Shirley Stone goes for two as Mimi Mitchell watches.
Mimi Mitchell, Jennifer Jordon, Michelle Stafford, Renee Houston
Elizabeth Turner, Zana Gibson, Lydia Lopez and Coach Shirley Price.
Kathy Nabors fights hard for position under the goal.
F elions report good season
ll Kim Willie sets the ball up for one of her teammates. Brenda Lacy watches.
I Intense concentration is shown by Rose Fleeks.
I Dawn Gearald the ball alive. Making sure
that one of her teammates is able to get it.
Leeann Collums gets down low to return a
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Leeann Owen, Stacie Scott, LeAnn Col- third row: Rose Fleeks, Lydia Adams, Valdez.
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Kenya Krebs, back row, Melanie Graf, Michelle Houston, S. Price,
Camille Reis, and Brenda Lacy.
Freshman, DeEdra McWhorter, Cindy Crawford, Lydia Lopez,
Elizabeth Turner, second row, Mary Burns, Tony Chism, Shirley
Stone, Kathy Nabors, back row Kristi Raines, Renee Houston,
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look intensely on. Kenya Krebs flies across the court with determination in front of a home
crowd. Lydia shows her style as she pounds the ball. '
I Janet Kesee closes her eyes as she goes for a
devastating blocked spike.
Tracksters take district by storm
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took the district by storm, as
they placed a person in every
event, and took someone to the
regional meet in nearly all
events as either a first place win-
ner, second place, or as an
Ron Cook and Derek Buck bring it
Ron Cook glides to another easy victory.
Coach Brittain watches with intent.
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Track meets always seem to attract the lazy
fans. Ronnie Fanner, David Leija lay and watch.
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Sports are made of many different
things. Rules, equipment, but most im-
portant the people. Whether they be
fans, participant or whatever the case,
it would not work without them. On
this page one may see many different
faces, with many different looks. What
one does not see are the things hidden
This page is dedicated to the many nicknames these friends share.
Lady Lions take 1985 district title
Tricia Richardson and
Rose Fleeks dash to
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as she throws the
Coach London gives
some advice to some
of his tracksters.
The Lady Lions won the district title in 1985 very easily
Lady LIONS prove able speedy
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a break during practice.
Beth Blythe returns a deep one.
Andy Meixner slams one back with
Kerry takes time out to pose for a
Tennis teams coached by S. Lamp
Varsity tennis members are: Stephanie Ekern, Beth Blythe, Kim tlnson, Coach Lamp, Brian Harris, Andy Meixner, Jeff Haseloff, and
Tatum, Tosha Adams, Renee Tolentino, Angie Campsey, Toni Kevin Schatte.
Howard, Jeff Case, Lance Noel, Greg Bailey, Stacy Soto, Randy Mar-
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Allison, Cindy Johnson, Melissa Roberson, Stephanie Foerster, Kerry Appel, Randy Boykin, Rodney Pilcher, Greg Crawford, and Mike Graf
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Pictured are Tosha Adams, Jeff Haseloff, Van McNese,
Greg Baily, and Toni Howard.
'Great American Pastime' alive, well
Double safe! Two Lion baseball players are shown here sliding to safety. These slides came in the playoffs last year
when the Lions made it to regionals. The Lions pictured areg ttopl Willie King and lbottoml Kirk Wooten. The Lions
hope to once again make it to the playoffs, but the results of the season will not be until after the publication of this
Lions plan wins
Here is a glove used by one of
l ,J the present-day Vernon Lions.
Billy Nava winds up.
Chris Thomsen shows his best
Chris and Billy work hard in
The game: Class. When you are a
freshman you are just learning the rules
and upon becoming a sophomore you are
beginning to play. As a junior, you have
learned the game and are adept at play-
ing, however, the junior is unable to
defeat the master ofthe halls, the senior.
It is a game full of pitfall homework,
lots of books, rough teachers, hard rules,
and the harder it becomes, the more fun
it turns into.
You don't have to play full time and be
in everything to enjoy the game. Just
coming to school and traipsing through
the halls is enough of a taste of the action
of living and playing with every moment
of Class in Vernon High School
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School favorites take time out to play in the
one snow of the season.
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Quincy Rutledge epitomizes the look of a
Robert Hill and Scott Wilkinson raise "a little
Three moods captured: concentration exulta
tion, and deliberation.
Sue Ann Lopez
Joe Dee McCurley
Members of the Good Time Gang always have
a good time."
Steve ten Brink
Ray Dean Wilkinson
Juniors Chad Haynes and Delinda Jones demonstrate two methods of
sleeping: sleeping with eyes open and sleeping with eyes closed.
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Billie Jo Gray
asks David Sullivan.
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and Jeff Bishop want the world to see how
handsome and daring they are.
Dee Dee McCourt
Clara Jane Luker gives the
photographer a coy look.
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Melinda Russell ponders life and
questions on the Puritan work ethic.
Chan Baker reaches a satisfactory
philosophy of life.
Tosha Adams prepares to work in the library.
Matt Knight takes a water break from the game.
Jo Anna Hixon
Sophornore Brad Koch rushes in to make a tackle on a Kermit
David Downes listens attentively to a speaker at
the pep rally.
Lee Ann Owen
Sara Jane Perez
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Brad Belew at study?
Captured at one of their more serious moments, Evan Ward and Steven Holt
smile at the camera.
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everyday life at V H.S.
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Leigh Ray Smith
Randy Van Arsdale
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Teachers ma1nta1n hlgh standards
Mary Ann Buckridge
Coach Walt Scott never stops helping engineer that Lion Ex
press as it rolls down the tracks.
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Always ready and willing to help
every member of the student body
and faculty, the guidance depart-
ment plans schedules, directs
testing, and aids in career planning. g ttgft
Director of Guidance Services
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Guidance Secretary Aide Attendance Clerk
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Administrators guide school to excellence
E. Don Davis
Vernon High School Principal
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E. Don Davis, principal of Vernon
High School, is serving his second
year. Mr. Davis holds a Master of
Science Degree in Educational Ad-
ministration from East Texas State
Also in his second year at Vernon
High, Kenny Railsback is now serving
as assistant principal. He holds a
Master of Science Degree in Educa-
tional Administration from East Texas
Vernon High School Assistant Principal Principal's Secretary
Administrators set district goals
Behind the scenes are the hard-
working administrators who con-
stantly labor to see that everything
works right - that the school
system provides the very best that
it can for every student and every
Led by Superintendent Jerry
Director of Operations
Cook, the administrative staff
makes the most of every available
asset from buildings and funds to
personnel in order to provide quali-
Assistant Superintendent of ln-
struction Robert Orr keeps cur-
riculum current and meaningful.
Don Coats, Director of Opera-
tions, takes charge of large tasks
and small details to get the most
from what the school district has -
from buses to buildings to
Assistant Superintendent of Instruction
Secretaries: Valerie Howie, Susan Tomsu, Jean McGuire, and Pat- Judy Tatum Vicki Hennessee
ty Selman Director of Instruction Business Manager - Tax Collector
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Members of the Board of Education areg Dr. Joel Lowry, presidentg Mintsg Norman Brintsg and Dr. Doug Matthews. Pictured is a working
Wilson Friberg, vice-presidentg Tommy Roberts, secretaryg Wendell session of administrators and board members.
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People get together in an organization to
have fun, participate in school activities, and do
services for the community. Whether one be in
cheerleading, drill team, band, FFA, or any
other of the many clubs in Vernon High School,
there is one idea that comes from joining and
participating. It's the thought that makes a per-
son want to get the most out of his or her high
school years and make the best out of what they
can do. By the time a person gets into high
school he knows what he likes and enjoys and
organizations offer him the opportunity to have
fun, be involved, and live every day to the fullest
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Choir performs for school programs
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Members of the 1985-86 Choir, headed by Ken Baxter, are: seniors, James Clements, Susan Day, Shauna Gibson, Bennie Hamilton, Lara Hamilto
Matt Haynes, Melissa Hughes, Darrell Jones, Shelia Mangrum, Stephanie Moore, Dawn Plewes, Juniors, Cynthia Ferrales, Eva Ochoa, Sararae Pedig
Linda Perez, Gigi Pittman, Traci Rogers, Melinda Russell, Peggy Wong, Sophomores, Tony Box, David Downes, Peter Hall, Christopher Havis, Ki
Lane, Sahnnon Perkins,
and competes in area contests
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Freshmen, Kerry Burnett, Chris Carr, Steven Coates, Stacy Coble, David Compton, Patrick Dillard, Sarah Dobbs, Betsy Drennan, Shelly Echols,
Michelle Ferrales, Brandon Gabbert, Zana Gibson, Melissa ldol, Jennifer Jordan, Keith Lamb, Joey O'Neal, Michelle Rinehart, Michael Robinson, Jeff
Rogers, Andy Russell and Evan Ward.
Kenneth Baxter is the director of the
choir. The members perform for District
choir and State. They perform at church-
es, the banks, and at various assemblies.
The Choir has worked since September
for these goals and achieved many.
Susan Day and Gigi Pittman have receiv-
ed Area placesg Gigi, third chair and
Susan, first. They also went to state.
Susan placed 4th in 2nd chair and Gigi
placed 6th in 2nd chair.
Members of the All-District Choir areg Front row:
Gigi Pittman, Kerry Burnett, Lara Hamilton,
second rowg Susan Day, Steven Coats, Darrell
Jones, Chris Havis, and David Compton. Bennie
Hamilton is not pictured.
The choir performs at the Vererans Day assembly.
Members of the Zone Choir areg Kerry Burnett,
Sheila Mangram, Gigi Pittman, Second row:
Brandon Gabbert, Lara Hamilton, Stephanie
Moore, Kim Lane, Michelle Rinehart, third row:
Chris Havis, Shauna Gibson, Darrell Jones, Susan
Day, Back row: David Compton, Bennie Hamilton
and James Clements.
Members of the Choir perform at halftime during
the Homecoming. They sang "We Are the World"
and other songs.
4- Christy Rains and Deborah Clements have a
conversation while everyone else plays.
I Everyone enjoys a nice moment of music.
Hr- Deborah Clements turns and looks at the
camera during Band.
H Kathleen Morrissey poses for the camera at
one of the many football games.
L- Janie Ellis plays her flute during morning
I Twirlers Debra Franks and Melanie Briscoe
are on the track during one of the games after a
Roaring Lion Band marches to fame
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Members of the 1985-86 Roaring Lion Band are: Flag Corp, D. Plewes, C. Walter, M. Horsley, D. Clements, C. Blackshire, S. West, K. Raines, J.
Horsley, J. Ellis, and Capt. C, Ferrales, Freshmeng T. Beck, E. Block, K. Burnett, D, Burns, K. Casey, G. Cook, G. Crawford, R. Hall, M. Herring, K.
House, J. Q. Jacoby, D. Koch, B. Lamb, T. Latimer, S. Martinez, D. Matthews, M. Phillips, C. Reece, D. Rios, A. Russell, S. Speir, D. Whatley, S.
Wheeler, M. Whitten, L. Wilkinson, K. Vincent, J. Case, Sophomoresg M. Anderson, T. Baker, R. Boykin, K. Bentley, S. Cross, R. Cooper, M. Cary, T.
for music, style and great class
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M. Freeby, J. Lee, B. Lemons, L. Miles, T. Hall, C. Johnson, J. Sewall, K. Vincent, R. Woolf, R. Ford, Juniors, S. Beckwith, J. Belcher, T.
S. Blackwell, B. Briscoe, D. Carpenter, M. Carter, A. Coats, D. Franks, C. Hamm, J. Horsley, D. Lacy, L. Lowry, R. Martinson, K. Morrissey, D.
M. Russell, and Seniors, S. ten Brink, M. Briscoe, J. Daigle, L. Hernandez, M. Higgins, M. Houston, J. Lingnau, A. Messick.
Speech broadens horizons
The Speech department is head-
ed by Mrs. Carol Brimer. The
students participate in many
Aside from tournaments, the
speech class broadens horizons,
breaks people out of their shell and
prepares one for the outside world.
if David Krebs plays with his Silly Putty in a
1 Matt Knight tells of his last experience up
at bat in class.
I Jennifer Carlton shows how she decorated
her pumpkin last Halloween.
-i Tiffney Gentry gives her class the beef
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demonstration that Shelia Mangrum and
everyone can enjoy.
Public speakers compete in contests
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Mrs. Carol Brimer is the sponsor of the Speech department.
Kathy Nabors, Stephanie Gorester, and Sheila Mangrum taste some of
Leigh Rae's dip.
Chan Baker gives his sign of approval to a fellow student.
The Speech Department does
many things. They participate in
many events such as, U.l.L. Extem-
poraneous. Mrs. Brimer has three
-f First period class is: Front row: Brad
Hingst, Barry Graf, Heath Faulkner, and
Devin Kieshnick. Second row: Angie Long,
Mike Graf, Dustin Appel, Jeanna Hixon,
Dedre McHorter, Ramond Huston, Eddie
Naylor. Third row: Brad Jones, Bobby
Burus, Shirley Stone and Back row: Julie
Jones, and Carri Biggs,
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Stolle, Meliane Briscoe, Debra Franks, and
Lisa Graf. Second row: Russel Simmons,
Anlglice Claton, Stephiane Campbell, Dee
Dee McCourt, Jerry Daiggle, Sue Ann
Lopez. Back row: Brad Koch, Aaron Sikes,
Scott Burdette, Troy Fennel, Tommy
Neeley, Chan Baker, Randy Boykin, Quincy
Rutledge, Roy Ewing.
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strings to his class.
Fifth period is: Malinda Whitten, Leigh Rae Smith, Jennifer Carlton, Jone Jacobs, Second row:
Stephaine Forester, Jennifer Thompson, Shawna Gibson, Sherry Lovelady, Sheila Mangrum, Kathy
Nabors, Tiffany Gentry and Third row: Henry Stone, David Krebs, Phillip Morrison, Brant Ekern,
Matt Knight, Shawna McGregor, Cheryl Kenedy, Lupe Garcia.
Student Council has leadership role
The Student Council headed by
Mrs. Sandra Jones and Mr. John
Jones leads and directs the students in
their daily activities around the school.
It consists of five officers and fourteen
representatives that represent the
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students, in the school activities with
the teachers and the Board of Educa-
tion. These students were elected by
the student body and are looked up to
by the student body. Every morning
you hear the student council make the
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Henderson, Treasurer - Todd Greenwood, and Chaplain - Terri Cannon.
announcements of the school. These
students have helped to lead all of the
students in one form or another,
somehow or another. They help think
of contest for fundraiser events so that
the school can have special activities.
Mrs. Sandra Jones is one of the advisors of the
Mr. John Jones is one of
. the advisors of the Stu'
Student Council representatives for the 1985-86 school year are: Freshmen, Mary Burns, Michelle Fullerton,
Thiebaud, Jennifer Carlton, Sophomoresg Sherri Cannon, Jennifer Thompson, Sheila Cross, Kenya Krebs,
Clara Jane Luker, Landon Lowrey, Vicki Hutchins, Carrie Gunning, Seniors, Kelley Hingst, and Melanie
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McGregor look for ad copy.
H K. Burns and L. Robinson pause after sell-
I--t First years newspaper journalism
classes include S. Byars, D. Compton, C.
Crawford, P. Dillard, A. Farmer, S. Gilley,
J. Horsley, A. Huchton, A. King, B. Lamb,
T. Lattimer, M. Taylor, S. Wheeler, L.
Wilkinson, T. Crow.
--. Others are K. Allison, B. Belew, A. Ben-
ton, R. Frith, C. Haynes, J. Loeshman, S.
Lopez, L. Mechell, L. Owen, K. Smith, M.
Stafford, S. Striet, E. Turner.
1-r CoAEditors are Kevin Bentley and Todd
1 J. Ellis, first year student.
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'Yarnparikans' live every moment
Members of the 1985-86 Yamparika staff are Karen Smith, Melanie Shannon, Becky Cook, Amy Coats, Jeanie Gaebler, Beth Blythe, Jay Wood, Kristi
Finch and Robert Hill.
. , Shane Wheeler smiles after selling an ad.
Kerry Matus receives instructions for the hour.
Henry Stone, editor, takes pictures at a football
A Kim Hunter, ad editor, rejoices after her last
Chan Baker smiles and gets ready for his sales
National Honor Society members
Members of the National Honor Society are, front row: Phillip Stafford, Wase Faulkner, Shawn Ham, and John Shackelton, second row: Gind
Henderson, Melissa Matus, Terri Cannon, Jana Wall, Mae Houstin, and Kelley Hingst.
The incoming members of the Society are, front row: Clara Jane Luker, Kim Hunter, Kay Streit and Kathleen Morrissey, second rowg Kerry
Amy Coats, Becky Cook, Shelly Soto, Cheryl Kennedy, and third row: Scott Wilkinson, Len Woodard, Ronnie Weaver, Jason Heitschmidt,
Lowry and Ross Crabtree. Not pictured are: Mary Horsley, Brad Hingst, and Julie Ashley.
are top students, leaders of school
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The National Honor Society is
the elite group of students who
achieve an excellence in their
academic abilities. The Society is
sponsored by Mrs. Pat Miller, who
is one of our English teachers. Each
year the incoming members are
tapped out by one of the old
members. These members repre-
sent the school and they help many
programsg one example is the fund
raiser for needy families every
I The day school let out for the Christmas
holidays NHS had an assembly for the can
t- After being tapped Kay Streit and Kim
Hunter are rejoicing with Mae Houstin and
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1.- Phillip Stafford taps out Ross Crabtree.
1 Amy Coats reads the rules for NHS.
FTA builds student interest in profession
for the best,
l FTA members include Jana Wall, Julie
Ashley, Kristi Finch, Kim Vincent, Jennifer
Jordan, Kathleen Morrissey, Sandra
Carpenter, Robin Oswalt, Amy Coats,
Robin Cooper, LaRue Smith, Ann Farber,
Adra Tiedbeau, Jennifer Carlton, Karen
Smith, Kim Folmar, Cindy Crawford, Tina
Downes, Shelli Soto, Michele Fullerton, Kris-
ty Downes, and Ann Gerard.
Cleia Holt serves as advisor to the local FTA
1 Melissa Matus is senior representative of the
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Future Teachers of America is
an organization for those interested
in teaching as a possible future pro-
fession. lt offers opportunities for
leadership and service with the
local chapter participating at all
l District officers are Karen Smith, secretary
FTA, Kathleen Morrissey, district financial
secretary, FTA, Jana Wall, president
district TAFE, Kim Folmar, secretary,
1 Shelli Soto was elected District Miss FTA.
... Officers and representatives are, front,
Amy Coats, vice-president, Karen Smith,
junior Representative, Sandra Carpenter,
sophomore representative, Katheleen Mor-
rissey, secretary, Julie Ashley, historian,
back row, Stephen Holt, freshman
representativeg and Jana Wall, president.
Debaters post enviable record
Members ofthe 1985-86 Debate team are: Ross Crabtree, Jason Heitschmidt, Shawn Ham, Steven Holt, Mimi Mitchell, Philip Stafford Jana Wall
Debate students debate upon the
subjects of the day and the things to
come. They are talented to the core of ""
their beings and have some very good
points to argue. They are instructed
by Miss Brenda Beebe.
Miss Brenda Beebe smiles for the camera upon The Lincoln Douglas Debaters are: trontg Zana Gibson, and Kathleen Morrissey, backg Shawn
hearing a good debate. McKelvy and Wade Faulkner.
Cheerleaders rally schoolspirit for games
The Cheerleaders of Vernon
help to promote school spirit at the
games the school participates in.
Mrs. Susan Gooch is the advisor.
Q- Junior Varsity Cheerleaders from left
are: Kim Willie, Teri Warden, LeAnn Owen,
Brenda Lacy, and Angie Long.
L- Junior varsity cheerleader Leeann
Owen watches the proceeding at the Fan
Fare at the square.
I The 1985 Varsity cheerleaders are
A N center: Angie Campsey, and clockwise
N Kelly Kirk, LeeAnn Collumns, Stacie Scott,
it Gina Henderson, and Clara Jane Luker.
y The Mascot is Renee Tolentino.
F Kelly Kirk and Clara Jane watch the
I Stacie Scott watches the pep rally from the
Drama Club members are Ifront row, Carri 1-
Biggs, Lori Davis, Stephanie Streit, Melissa
Hughes, Rachelle Reaume, Jackie Gfellerg
fsecond rowj Kim Blackwell, Tina Downes,
Robin Cooper, Michelle Houstin, Tawna
Burrus. Shari Boring, Terri Cannon, Terri
Box, Melissa Matusg lback rowl Shaunna
McGregor, Shelli Soto, Ann Gerard, Sean
McKelvey, Lee Foley, Robert Hill, and
I-, A project of Drama Club was making up children for Hallo-
ween trick-or-treating. Shaunna Gibson and Lara Hamilton
work on a tiny trickster.
I Officers of Drama Club include Shawn Ham, president, Gina
Henderson, vice-president, Lara Hamilton, stage manager,
Shaunna Gibson, business managerg Dawn Gerald, secretary-
treasurer, Ron Cook, reporter, and Tammy Mason, social
-t Faculty advisor Brenda Beebe is sponsor of the
Drama Club. Not only directing school produc-
tions, she also helps students develop a greater
appreciation of theatrical elements. Drama Club is
made up of students who perform in the school
Aviation Club shows interest in flight
I Members of the 1985-86 Aviation Club are, top row: David Bledsoe, Jason Lignau, Chad Haynes,
Lendel Keischnick, Jeff Strickland, Barry Graf, Pat Plewes, David Sullivan, Jay Wood, Larry Filman,
Jack Hunter, Roger Snow, Brad Lemens, Scott Wilkinson, Second rowg Mike Anderson, Dewane
Boyd, Jon Cook, and Seated, Lisa Krebs, and Chan Baker.
Officers of the club are President, Chan Bakerg Reporter, David Sullivan, V-pres., Larry Fillmang
Treas., Jon Cookg and Sec., Lisa Krebs.
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Jack Hunter is the sponsor of the
Aviation Club and he helps the
students understand a little more
about flying and the air that the
planes fly in. ln the third period
class students learn about the
history of flight. Among their ac-
tivities are field trips and plotting
flights on the aviation computer.
The class shares their views on cur-
rent advancements in the aviation
world. Vernon High School is for-
tunate to have a class such as thisg
in many of the big schools students
have to pay for their aviation
4- 1 Chan Baker listens attentively as the
fine points of aviation are being explained.
1 Mr. Hunter tries to teach a class.
Drill Team performs weekly
Lucinda Scott is the director of
the Drill Team. The Drill Team
helps boost spirit at the football
games. The Squad Leaders per-
form at every Pep Rally and they
occasionally get some help from
the rest of the members.
-r Squad Leaders are left to right: Karen
Smith, Kim Tatum, Shaunna Gibson, Terri
Cannon, Beth Blythe, Kim Folmar, CoSon-
dra Willie and Tammy Mason.
I Kim Hunter reads a book on one of the
many road trips.
-r I During one of the Pep Rallies all the
members of the Drill Team are on the floor
ready to perform.
-r Officers for the 1985-86 year are from
left: Rose Fleeks, secretaryg CoSundra
Willie, Captaing Terri Cannon, Co-captaing
Starlene Halencal-cg PublicityfHistoriang and
Kristen Glassgow, Publicity X Historian,
Drill team enlivens half-time shows
The Drill Team is sponsored by
Mrs. LuCinda Scott and is designed
to boost spirit at Lion football
games. The lively girls go through
rigorous training and many hours of
practice to be Lionettes.
At the end of the football season,
each girl presents a scrapbook to, a
player and to the coaches.
Squad leaders for the 1985-1986 Drill Team are Terri Cannon, Shauna Gibson, Tammy Mason, CoSun-
dra Willie, Beth Blythe, Kim Folmar, Karen Smith, and Kim Tatum.
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Member of the 1985-86 Drill Team are Rose Fleeks, Tammie Goins, Starlene Halencak, LaSonya Hall, Michelle Adams, Laura Allison, Stephanie Beck,
Kim Bivins, Kayla Bunch, Tawna Burrus, Stephanie Campbell, Carrie Gunning, Connie Halencak, Michelle Houston, Kim Hunter, Vicki Hutchins,
DeLinda Jones, Prisi Jones, Janet Kesee, Heather Lamb, Melinda Lujan, DeeDee McCourt, Trisha Milner, GiGi Pittman, Traci Rogers, Kim Rosalez,
Sheri Cannon, Angela Cary, Tina Downes, Joy Faulkner, Ann Gerard, Gina Havins, Lisa Havins, Patricia Hernandez, Kristi Ingle, Adrian Jackson, Joni
Jacobs, Kristi Oliver, Shana Tubb, Robbi Frith, Lisa Graf, Becky Jansa, Tosha Adams, and Janelle Stolle.
FFA participates it
-. Matt Elliott, president of the local FFA
Chapter, is pictured with Sweetheart Gina
1 Mark Monson works on a plow edge during
a class period,
-. Instructor Don Word explains to Steve Jones the fine points of welding.
I Rodney Pilcher, Matt Elliott, Brad Price, and John Dowty socialize at the FFA banquet.
Ag students keep busy
Future Farmers of America is an
organization that helps promote an
interest in farming and livestock
raising. The VHS chapter is
directed by Don Word and Gene
Bristo, vocational agriculture
teachers. Students learn varied
skills from woodworking to
Eligible students may represent
their chapter by participating on
teams such as senior and junior
chapter conducting, junior and
senior farm skills, radio, and quiz
team, extemporaneous speaking,
and FFA Creed speaking contests.
The local chapter participated in all
events this year.
.- Cary Nichols practices his parliamentary procedure for contests in preparation.
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Heitschmidt, L. Kieschnick, N. Kinkade, M. Martinez, R. Mints, P
Monison, C. Nichols, B. Price, J. Smith, C. Templeton, T. Warden, D
Winters, S, Azbell, R. Abbott, J. Belcher, T. Bellar, K. Bunch, B
Cochran, T. Hall, B. Harris, D. Haynes, G. Logsdon, L. Miles, M
Nava, K. Schultz, J. Strickland, K. Reis, O. Downes, R. Woolf, M
Logsdon, L. Miles, S, Daniel, T. Stokes, K. Vincent, G, Gray, C. Penn-
ington, B, Sullivan, K. Wooten, S. Beckwith, D. Lacy, S. Lowe, M
Monson, J. Newell, S. Nichols, P. Valverde, B. Briscoe, L. Bursey, S.
Jones, L. Brown, D. Bledsoe, L. Brothers, J. Dowty, M. Elliott, S
Love, R. Pilcher, B. Price, C. Weidemann, D. Fennell, L. Herrera, T
McGann, B. Penniger, G. Moore, L. Bess, C. Clifton, P. Kellogg, R.
Anthony, R. Pierde, T. Roberts, T. Boyd, K, Raines, D. Kieschnick, S.
Martinez, B. Ekern, R. Wilson, B. Riggins, K. Lamb, M. Phillips, L.
Harrah, D. Whatley, M. Burns, S. Byers, S. Gilley, T. Castleberry, M.
Freeby, M. Appelby, M. Puckett, G, Fortune, C. O'Neal, K. Fennell
T. Latimer, E. Boelen, K. Sanders, K. Robeson, S. Bustamante, S.
Echols, A. Thiebaud, T. Willey, S. Wilhelm, J. Burke, K, Cato, R
Jones, M. Head, D. Hernandez, A. Huchton, T. Milner, T. Dowty, J.
Rogers, K. McRae, D. Humphrey, J. Phillips, M. Strickland, R. Smith
G. Spears, J. Hutchins, R. Lane, P. Torrez.
Library workers serve school
Library! You know all those kids
who work in the library, the ones that
track you down to find out exactly
where the book you lost last week is?
They all aid Mrs. Mildred Wall in the
recovery of the lost book. They assist
with the films that the teachers show
the students and help others check out
Fourth period library aides areg Scott Lowe, and
Steve Jones and Joe Dee McCurley help out during fifth period, and Shelley Cox helps out first.
Sixth period library aides areg Dawn Plewes, Willie King, Jill McGee, Ronnie Fanner, and Scott
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Office workers serve entire school
Some of the office workers include, Michelle Chavis, Maria Rejino, Cosundra
Willie and Kerry Noack.
Students who work in the office picking up
absentee slips, answering the telephone, running
errands and generally practicing good clerical
skills are enrolled in Clerical Internship, a local
Mrs. Kathy Fox, secretary to the principal, is supervisor of
Other office workers include, Jana Wall, Chan Baker, Wade Faulkner, Lorin Miles, Linda Perez, Laquetta Robinson, Kevin Shultz,
John Shackelton, Sue Ann Lopez, Dawn Gerald, Willie King, and Len Brothers.
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Fifth period office workers are, Matt Elliott, Stan Love, Stacie Scott, and Third period workers are, Russell Rivers, Corina Valdez, Linda Perez
Kim Smith. pictured with Mrs. Fox, Mr. Railsback, and Mrs. Owen.
Future Homemakers of America
participate in many community and
school activities, always stressing the
role of the individual as a force in mak-
ing better American homes. This year
they participated in the Great
American Smoke Out, Cancer Society
Bucket Brigade, and attended regional
and state meetings.
I First period officers: front, Susan Daniel,
president, Theresa Hickman, vice-president,
Becky Cook, secretary, second row, Rhonda
Roquemore, treasurer, Adena Hays, historian,
Gayle Gipson, parliamentarian.
-. Second period officers: front, Melody
Moerbe, historian, Cindy Crawford, president,
Krissy Kirk, reporter, second row, Lydia
Lopez, vice-president, Michelle Fullerton,
treasurer, Mary Herring, secretary.
Seventh period officers: front, Sandra Mar-
tinez, secretaryg Rachel Gutierrez, vice-
president, Melissa Stephens, historianjreporterg
second row, Larry Rajski, treasurer, Wade
Faulkner, parliamentariang not pictured is Chan
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Roonie Mooney, parliamentariang Sarah Dobbs,
historian, seated, Jennifer Jordon, president, Jon
Cook, vice-president, Jennifer Weaver, secretary.
Advisor Avis Olliff and Cindy Crawford work on
spirit rings. Karen Jones is advisor, also,
Fourth period officers are Joni Jacobs,
reporterfhistoriang Teresa Zaicek, secretaryftreasurerg
Theresa Woods, vice-president, and Calla Crawford,
Third period officers are Gary Weaver, presidentg
Allison Messick, vice-president, Kim Wilson,
secretaryftreasurerg Donna Wofford, treasurer, Lisa
Sixth period officers are: front: Secretary, Kathy
Nabors, Reporter, Monica Logsdong Treasurer Mike
Head. Back: Parliamentarian, David Downs, Vice
President, Barry Graf, President, Rudus Martinez.
Art Honor Society pledges students
The National Art Honor Society many things, and they participate and character. It inspires students
is the Honor Society for all Art in many things. Membership is who have shown an outstanding
Students. They draw and paint based upon scholarship, service ability in art.
C. Hanlencak and S. Streit
look at the officers' book. P.
Bailey, S. Richie, B. Cochran,
and B. Harris demonstrate
one of the Lions.
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S. Pedigo, D. Garza, and J. Clements. M. Higgins, M. Roberson, and M. Cary.
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Officers are: Chairmen: V. McNeese, K. Morrissey, and S. Members are: S. Campbell, G. Henderson, R. Cook, V. McNeese, second row:
Campbell. C. Gunning is His. R. Cook is Pres. and G. Hender- B. McBroom, K. Morrissey, P. Bhakta, S. Mangrum, and G, Gunning.
son is V-Pres.
HECE is one of the many programs in which
students work part of the day and attend
school part of the day.
r- Third period members are: Officers, Hist., Irene
Estrada, Treas., Alice Rejinog Sec., Becky Ramirez, V-
pres., Chelle Ellis, and Pres., Melinda Brown. Back row:
Sally Estrada, Camille Reis, Sheila Mangram, Donna Hut'
fer, Hope Zuniga, Mike Phillips, Roquell Walker, and Ethel
Q- 1 Fourth period members are: Debra Piper, Michelle
Vaughn, Tammie Goins, and Dayna Davis. Officers are:
Pres., Starlene Halencak, V-pfes., Stephanie Beck, Sec.,
Melinda Lujan, Treas., Connie Halencak, Hist., Tina Ward.
.- 1 1 Fifth period members are: Pres., Derek Buckg V-
pres., Brad Price, Sec., Kristi Brittain, Treas., Jill McGee,
and Hist., Susie Wattenbarger. Back row: Billie Jo Gray,
Laticia Hernandez, Rhonda Whitten, and Emma Taylor
1 Mrs. Word is the instructor ofthe HECE Organization.
1 1 Derek Buck helps one of the younger students of the
school system a few things.
VICA trains for work force
VICA is the statewide organzia-
tion for students who choose to
take Industrial Cooperative Train-
ing. Through the organization they
compete in work related contests
and highlight the year with an
employee-employer banquet in the
I Trent Bellar and Dan listen to instructions.
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knowledge to his program at Wilson's Garage.
-. Jimmy Smith is ICT teacher and VICA
1 Members are lfront rowj B. Jansa, A.
Winter, T. Ward, D. Buesing, J. Laguans, L.
Garza. tSecond row! J. McCurley, T.
Gfeller, T. Hall, T. Ballard, R. Abbott, D.
Wilkinson, D. Weiser, and P. Valverde.
I Nick Rodriguez and Randy Martinson work on individualized programs
related to their areas of employment.
earn to learn
VOE is a work program in which
the students work in an office type
job. Some work for banks or even
Members of VOE are Front row: Rachelle
Reaume, Jada Studer, Shari Boring, Tam-
my Mason, and Vickie Hutchens. Second
row: Kristen Glassgow, Laura Gutteiri, Don-
na Rodriguez, and Leslie Wakefield.
.- Officers for VOE are Front row:
Reporterg Donna Rodriguez, Secretaryg
Tammy Mason, Second row: presidentg
Rachelle Reaume, Vice-presidentg Shari
Boring, and Treasurerg Leslie Wakefield.
4- ff Susan Gooch the sponsor is teaching
the class a few new skills.
1- Greg Bailey is interested in a typing
D.E. class affords work-study program
Members of the D.E. class are: front Richard Johnson, Elliot Yanzuk, Stephanie Moore, Gigi Pittman, Shauna Shelton, and Joel Delegado, Middle:
Richard Guerra, Mark Pilcher, Melissa Meorbe, Cheryl Broome, Robbie Frith, Shellie Cox, Tina Simpson, David Brown, Dennis Garza, backg Micheal
Gilley, Derrick Martin, Mitchell Nava, Matt Haynes, Brad Thompson, Melanie Shannon, Denise Carpenter.
D.E. is the class where the
students go to work part of the day
and to school part of the day. It is
the oldest program of its kind in our
Dan Roberson is the instructor of the program. Melanie Shannon poses for the camera at
The newly reactivated Science
Club is sponsored by Miss Teresa
Rose. Some of these members will
go to the T.M.S.C.A. State Meet in
San Antonio this year in March.
The first annual Science and Math
meet is at VRJC this year.
.- Members of the Science Club are Front:
Michelle Higgins, Jean Horsley, Shannon
Wheller, David Blackshear, Peggy Wong,
Linda De Hoyas, Back: Scott Burdett,
Shelli Soto, James Clenents, Doyle
Balckshear, Kerry Noack, and Micheal Lo.
Q- Officers for the Science Club areg David
Blackshear - Secretary, Jean Horsley -
Vice-president, and Kerry Noack -
Kerry Noack and Phillip Stafford work on their kites in Physics class. Miss Theresa Rose instructs the Science
Club in their activities.
Spanish Club reflects culture
Sponsored by Mrs. Nancy Barrier
and Mr. Tim Slaven, the Spanish
Club has as its purpose the giving a
chance to members to experience
the Spanish culture. The Spanish
Club is one of the larger clubs at the
high school. Through a comprehen-
sive mixture of language education
in the class and culture education in
the club events, these students rid
themselves of their lack of under-
standing of our foreign friends. The
club does many things such as, mak-
ing pinatas as a class project. The
students do dialouges in class for
grades and in the end can speak the
language of our friends across the
Class representatives areg front rowg Angie Long, Heather Lamb, Kim Tatum, Audra Thiebaud, arf
Clara Jane Luker, second row: Brenda Lacy, Todd Greenwood, Rose Fleeks, and Mark Puckett.
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Henry Stoneg President, and Chris
Jason Heitchmidt isn't interested in what Brad Koch sees in the trophy case, while Dennis Garza lost
Spanish book in his locker.
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Quill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll is the national
high school honor society for jour-
nalism. Third year students with
averages above 85 and advisor ap-
proval are qualified for
H Officers include Jay Wood, secretary,
Becky Cook, vice-presidentg Henry Stone,
presidentg and Robert Hill, treasurer,
IT Advisor Jasimine Pace confers with
Q-I Robert Hill makes a report.
I Officers and advisor hold a spirited
.- Members are, front row, Kim Hunter,
Jay Wood, Becky Cook, Jeanie Gaeblerg
back row, Robert Hill, Kerry Matus, Henry
Stone, Chan Baker, Shane Wheeler.
Practicing free enterprise and hoping to make a
profit, meeting service needs of a community, sell-
ing the goods that fill the basic needs and adding
to the pleasures of the citizenry of a town of some
12,500 plus the surrounding area, merchants and
providers of services from financial, to medical to
legal to repairs, make the quality of life in Vernon
These people are never too busy or too absorb-
ed in making money to give a moment to a year-
book advertising salesperson - and to buy an ad.
They always are ready to don red coats and act as
ambassadors of good will. The business and pro-
fessional people of Vernon are "can do" people
when the needs of youth and education are to be
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"So, what are your weekend
plans?", asked your mother. "You
probably think you are going to the
game with your friends, drool over
the guys, and then go to that place
called the Lions Den, where you
say that you dancef, You explain
how much you enjoy it. She nods
and thinks you go to the Den just to
smooch on some guy you don't
even know. Why do we go to the
Den? For what reason? Most
replies are to dance, be with
friends, and your boyfriend. To
dance makes you loosen up. To
forget about some teacher that has
been getting on your nerves every
day. Dancing as couples makes you
feel good. Your friends are out on
the floor moving around looking
like they are going into convulsions.
You think about how they are mak-
ing a fool of themselves. So, you
decide to join them, and what a
blast! The best reason to go is to be
with your boyfriend. You feel super
secure and a little superior. The
great feeling you get when you
dance makes you love him even
more. Perhaps winning the game
makes all the people go. This
makes them have a better time. Go
to the Den. It is like supporting the
school and building a super spirit.
Portrait of a Senior
tFrom a Freshman Point of Viewl
A senior, wise to the world, mature,
surrounded by a certain air of impor-
tance, can intimidate a lowly freshman
with a glance.
Why, when a senior walks down the
hall freshmen seem to clear out of the
way like the senior had mono?
Seniors in band terrorize and com-
mand respect from fish. Fish have to
carry horns, put away stands and
chairs, clean buses and put up with
having their faces painted and singing
K'We Love You Seniors".
Seniors get off the buses first.
Seniors get the bathrooms first.
Seniors get to eat first. Why can't the
freshmen go first just once.
Even at pep rallies it's the "Sensa-
tional Seniors" the "Jovial Juniors",
the "Super Sophomoresn, and the
Seniors get the glory, the respect,
the favors, and the cars.
Fish get the work, the commands,
the jobs, and the garbage.
So Seniors take my words to heart
and give them Fish a break.
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"I-le's on the fifteen . . . the ten . . .
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We all know what happens next.
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Football is a miracle worker. One
victory can put the whole school on
top of the world for a week. A winning
season can make the school delirious.
Football is a sport that draws
everyone closer together and gives
them a sense of pride and unity. What
one group of boys does for one
evening once a week sends electric
waves through the entire town.
It drives entire organizations to
plaster the hallways with signs. lt
motivates the band and the drill team
to practice and practice for hours to
perform at the games. lt brings hun-
dreds of otherwise normal people to
sit in crowded stands to suffer through
freezing or rainy weather and yell
their lungs out. For many, football is
not only a sport or a pasttimeg it's a
way of life, a reason to get up and
come to school.
Football has its supporters, and its
non-supporters, mostly supporters.
Football will never be replaced so long
as we have determination and pride
and school spirit. The Vernon Lions
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Football is more than a sport. It is
the embodiment of the hearts and
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As a freshman we sometimes feel
taken for granted. This means that
just because we are in the walls of
VHS we are supposed to know
everything about all the activities
"Where is the fanfare held?"
asked a freshman. An up-
perclassman laughs, and tells how
this stupid freshman does not know
what is going on. This could even
happen to a newcomer who came
from a school where all this did not
happen. Some freshmen know all
these things because of older family
members, but this does not apply
A suggestion as to maybe having
a special handbook containing all of
the traditions and special activities
and organizations might be a good
one. Holding a freshman fun night
given by the seniors is another sug-
gestion. Here, they could tell us
about all these customs. Now, the
freshmen can be brought into the
school with good intentions and
great feelings of pride and joy.
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been a fauorite night for high
school students to prowl and
howl. Among comments regard-
ing Halloween are these:
"Halloween used to be a very
special occasion. I would get up early
and be very excited. We used to dress
up for school. The teachers were
usually dressed up, too. That night we
would go trick-or-treating . . . I
remember one Halloween, it rained all
day long. We were disappointed
because we thought we were not going
trick or treating. The rain stopped
before dark and we got to go after
uWhen I was a youngster, I donlt
remember trick-or-treating. I know I
probably did, but I don't remember it.
All I remember is, I used to get in
trees, and when the little kids would
come, I would jump down and scare
"My most memorable Halloween
was about five years ago when I lived
in Dallas. Getting candy was no
problem. Every house was decorated
and people were dressed up handing
out candy. Kids on the block would
play tricks on everyone."
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When he walks around in a daze,
and she is constantly giggling with
her friends about 'him', you know
that Cupid, so ruthless when it
comes to teenagers, has done the
arrow bit again.
In these years of our lives when
you can get high simply on living,
puppy love can be thrilling. All he
ever thinks about is 'her'. She'
spends more time in class writing
her name next to this than she does
listening to teachers.
When 'hel walks by in the hall, a
simple, "Hi" with a smile seems
like a marriage proposal. She lets
him walk her to class once, and he
doesn't come out of the clouds for a
"He" calls her on the phone.
Would she like to go out Saturday
night? She guesses so, if nothing
else is planned. When the phones
are hung up, uYahoo,' and 'tl can't
believe it" were uttered as though
both had won new cars.
He is all she can talk about. She
is all he can think about. Why canlt
Saturday come on Wednesday?
When it finally comes, what will she
wear? Should she let him kiss her
He comes to pick her up. They
go to the show. They have a great
When they were leaving, she saw
Rah, the handsome football star.
He winked at her!
As they got into the car he saw
the pretty new sophomore, Betty.
An electric charge ran down his
back. Oh, well, here we go again.
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Brilliant strips of red, yellow, and
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made of. Unfortunately, the rainbows
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colors and fools gold.
We all have our own personal rain-
bows. Some are high, proud, and ma-
jestic, filled with grand dreams and
high goals. Others are smaller, not so
spectacular, but just as treasured by
We spend most of our lives chasing
rainbows. Whether we catch them or
not depends on how hard we hunt and
how fast we run.
You might set your rainbows on
winning a tennis match, or graduating
with honors, or even on getting a date
for Friday night. Wherever you set it,
it is up to you to catch it. Only you can
practice, or study, or do what ever it
takes to get to that pot of gold. The
higher you set it, the harder it will be
to catch, but the bigger the reward.
You'll never find a bigger rainbow
than the one you dream about, and
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Christmas is a very special time
of year. Christmas is a day to
celebrate the birth of Christ. During
the Christmas holidays there is a
special kind of feeling in the air. We
celebrate Christmas by giving and
receiving gifts. People help out the
ones who are less fortunate.
Christmas is a day to be spent with
the family and loved ones. It is a
day of giving to show our love for
Christ. There is always a Christmas
dinner to go with all the presents.
People put lights up around the
house and put up a Christmas tree
in the house. You put the presents
under the Christmas tree. Some
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Rings and Things
The junior year is composed
of many things. First of all, most
people are getting their drivers
license. It is exciting to drive for
the first time! It is also a time to
order a senior ring. What color
stone should be ordered? What
style or size should be con-
sidered? There are so many
decisions about ordering a ring
that makes it right for each in-
dividual. When it finally comes
in, everyone is turning each
others rings and saving the last
turn for their sweetheart. The
ring symbolizes that one is proud
of his school and achievements.
It makes one feel almost like a
senior but not quite. One knows
that he is growing up and does
not have much time left in high
school. What time is left, needs
to be spent enjoying life and hav-
ing fun with friends.
Next comes all of the practice
tests that must be taken for
some reason no one knows. How
do they help if the scoring can-
not be understood?
Besides all of these things
there are still many school ac-
tivities and clubs that can be
joined. Do not forget about the
Junior-Senior Banquet and all of
the money making activities that
help make it possible. It is an ex-
citing night going to the banquet
with someone special. It will be
remembered forever. Before
realizing it, the year is gone and
it is wondered how another
treacherous year was survived.
One more year ahead. What a
frightening thing to think about!
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ADAMS, MORTISHA 66, 67, 137
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Adkins, Jeff 84. 44
Alaniz, Alex 99,50
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ALLISON, KAREN 126,99
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AZBELL, STEVE 139, 84
BAILEY, GREG 74,66,67, 147
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Barton, Nic 99
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BENTLEY, KEVIN 126,92
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BESS, LEROY 139, 84
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BHAKTA, PRITI 84, 144
BISHOP, JEFF 87
BIVINS, KIM 84,137
BLACK, ERIN 99
BLACKSHEAR, DOYLE 84, 149
BLACKSHEAR, DAVID 84, 149
BLACKSHIRE, CYNTHIA 99
BLACKSHIRE, CLIMMIE 85, 120
BLACKWELL, SCOTT 85
BLACKWELL, KIM 134, 99,56
BLEDSOE, DAVID 139, 74, 135
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BOYD, DEWAYNE 92, 44, 135
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Boyd, Tom 99
BOYKIN, RANDY 92, 66, 124
Boykin, Rayom 110
Boynton, Dorthy 110
Brazzle, Jabe 110,44
Brazzle, Jade 110
Brimer, Carole 110, 123, 124
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BRISCOE, BRIAN 85
Bristo, Gene 110
BRISTO, JEFF 192, 44
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Britton, Leo 110
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BROTHERS, LEN 139, 40, 74, 141
BROWN, DAVID 85, 148
BROWN, LANCE 139,85
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Brown, Susan 99
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BRUSTROM, LOLA 99
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Buckridge, Ann, Mary 110
BUESING, DAN 36, 40, 85, 146
BUNCH, KAYLA 5, 139,85, 137
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BURKE, JERRY WAYNE 139
Burnett, Kerry 99
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BURRUS, TAWNA 5,134,85, 137, 55
BURSEY, LYN 139,85
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BUSTAMANTE, PETE 92, 44
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BYARS, STEPHANIE 126, 139, 100
CAMPBELL, RI-IONDA 100
CAMPBELL, STEPHANIE 5, 85, 124, 137,144
CAMPSEY, ANGIE 133, 74, 66
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CANNON, TERRI 6, 134, 74, 125, 128, 136, 137, 51
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CARPENTER, SANDRA 130, 131, 92, ee
CARR, CHRIS 45,100,117
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CARY, ANGELA 58, 92, 137,55
CARY, MARK 92,144
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CASEY, KEVIN 100, 120
CASTLEBERRY, TOBY139, 100
CHANNELL, BOBBY 85
CHAVIS, MICHELLE 75, 141
CHERRY, MITCHELL 100
CHISM, JEANIE 93
CHISM, TONYA 58,100
CHRISTIAN, BRIDGET 100
CLAYTON, ANGELIQUE 93, 124
CLEMENTS, DEBORAH 4, 119, 85, 120
CLEMENTS, JAMES 116, 148,144, 118
CLIFTON, CHRIS 139, 85
COATS, AMY 130, 131, 85, 125, 128, 129
COATS, DON 112
COATS, STEVEN 100, 117,118
COBLE, STACY I10, 117
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COKER, SHERRY 93
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COOK, GLEN 100, 120
Cook, Jerry 4, 112
COOK, JON 85,143,135
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Copeland, Georgia 110
COPELAND, LISA 143
COTTER, TAMMIE 101
Cox, Patricia 100
COX, MIKE 39, 40, 85, 49
COX, SHELLY 85, 148, 140
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Crawford, Greg 100
CRAWFORD, CINDY 58,126,130,100,142,143
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CRAWFORD, RICHARD 120
CRAWFORD, TISSHA 66, 93
CROSS, SHELIA 93, 125
CROW, TAMMY 126
DABERKOW, DANA 75
DAIGLE, JERRY 13, 75, 124
DANIEL, CHRISTY 75
DANIEL, SUSAN 139, 85, 142
DAVIS, DANA 85, 145
DAVIS, LORI 134, 100
DAY, SUSAN 5, 75, 116, 22, 118
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DEHOYOS, PEDRO 100
DEHOYOS, ROSA LINDA 85, 149
DELAUGHTER, JIMMY 85
DELGADO, CARMEL 93
DELGADO, JOEL 75, 148
DEMOSS, DERIC 93
DENNIS, JOE 75,61
DICKERSON, MONTE 50
DILLARD, PATRICK 50, 100, 117
DOBBS, MARK 100,50
DOBBS, SARAH101, 117,143
DOMINEY, SHERRY 75
DOWNES, CHRISTI 130, 101
DOWNES, DAVID 38, 40, 93, 95, 116, 143
DOWNES, OSCAR 139, 93
DOWNES, TINA 130, 134, 93, 137
Dowty, Diana 110
DOWTY, JOHN 138, 139,75
DUCKWORTH, CHAD 14, 101
ECHOLS, BOBBY 26, 93
Echols, Shelly 101, 117
EKERN, STEPHANIE 75, 66, 23
ELHOTT, MATT 12, 17, 37, 38, 138, 139, 39, 40, 75,
Elliott, Slenhanie 101
ELL1S,CHELLE 85, 145
ELLIS,JAN1E119, 126,101, 120
ENGLAND, KELLY 75
ESTRADA, IRENE 75, 145, 140
ESTRADA, SALLY 145
EWING, ROY 75, 124, 31
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FAULKNER, HEATH 12, 16, 18, 40, 85, 124
FAULKNER, JOY 93, 137
FAULKNER, WADE 15, 75, 128, 132, 142, 141
FENNELL, CLIFFORD 139
FENNELL, TROY 93,124
FERGUSON, TRINA 93
FERRALES, CYNTHIA 13, 86, 116, 120
FERRALES, MICHELLE 101, 117
FILLMON, LARRY 86, 135
FLEEKS, ROSE 6, 57, 58, 75, 136, 137, 63
FOERSTER, STEPHANIE 66, 93, 123, 124
FOLEY, LEE 134,93
FOLMAR, KIM 130, 131, 86, 66, 136, 137
ford, roy 49
FORTUNE, GREG 17, 139, 101, 50
Fox, Kathy 141
FRANKS, CHRIS 93,49
FRANKS, DEBRA 119, 86, 124, 31
Freeby, Misty 139,93
lriberg, wilson 113
FRITH, REBECCA 126, 101
FULLERTON, MICHELLE 58, 130, 101, 125,142
Gabbert, Brandon 101, 117, 118
GAEBLER,JEAN1E 151, 127,75
GARZA, LUJERIO 146
Gearld, Dawn 76, 57, 134, 14
Gentry, Tiffany 122, 76, 124
Gerald, Dawn 141
,Ann 130, 134, 93, 137
I Kevin 139, 93
Gleller, Troy 86, 146
Gibson, Shauna 5,134,76,116,136,137, 118
Gibson, Zana 101, 117, 132, 56
Galley, Michael 86, 148
Gilley, Susan 126, 139, 101
Gipson, Gayle 142
Glasgow, Kristin 76, 136, 147
Goins, Connie 101
Goins, Tammie 76,137,145
Gonzales, John 101
Gooch, Susan 110, 5, 29
Graf, Barry 27, 86, 124, 143, 28, 135
Graf, Lisa 86,124, 137, 144
Graf, Melanie 58, 86, 51
Graf, Mike 66, 93, 124
gral, robert 31
Gray, Billie Jo 86, 145
Gray, Gary 139
Greenwood, Todd 13, 36, 76, 125
Guerra, Richard 86, 148
Gunning, Mike 139,93
Gunnther, Carrie 86, 66, 125, 137, 65, 144
Gutierrez, Rachel 101, 142
Guttieri, Laura 86, 147
Guttieri, Tony 101
Guzman, Maria 93
Guzman, Ricky 86
Hagerman, Brad 93
Halencak, Connie 5, 86, 137, 145, 144
cak Starlene 76, 136, 137, 145
Hall, Bart 94
LaSonya 6, 58, 59, 76, 52, 137, 51
Peter 44, 94, 116
Roseland 101, 120
Teresa 94, 146
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Ham, Christy 86
Shawn 37, 38, 134, 40, 76, 22, 132, 128,129
Hamilton, Bennie 76,116, 118
Hamilton, Lara 5,134,76, 116, 118
Hamm, Francis 110, 144
Harris, Bnan139, 86, 66, 144
Haseloll, Doug 76
Haselotl, Jefl 66, 67, 28
Havins, Gina 94, 137,55
Havins, Lisa 94, 137,55
Havis, Chris 44, 94, 116, 49, 61, 118
HAYES, ADENA 142
Haynes, Chad 38, 126, 39, 40, 84, 87,1
Haynes, Matt 76, 116, 148
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Head, Mike 139, 101
Heard, Sherry 87
Heatly, Mike 87, 49
Heitschmidt, Jason 87, 132, 28, 129
Heitschmidt, Dustin 139, 44, 94, 124
Henderson, Gina 13, 15, 58, 128, 133, 134, 138, 76, 22,
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hennessee, vicki 113
Hernandez, Patricia 58, 94, 137
Hernandez, Laticia 76, 145
Hernandez, Danny 139, 101
Herrera, Luis 139, 101
Herring, Mary 101, 120, 142
Hickman, Theresa 76, 142
Higgins, Michelle 76, 149, 144
Hill, Spaz 11, 134, 76, 77, 151, 127, 23
Hingst, Brad 124
Hingst, Kelley 77, 125,128
Hixon, Joanna 94, 124
Holt, Angie 87
Holt, Cleta 110
Holt, Steven 131, 99, 101, 132, 50
Jean 26,126,101,120, 149
Mary 87, 120
House, Kim 101, 120
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Toni 66, 67, 94
howie, valerie 113
Huchton, Amy 126, 139, 102
Huchton, James 77
Hufler, Donna 87, 145
Hughes, Barbara 110, 20
Hughes, Melissa 5, 134, 77, 116
Humphrey, David 102
Humphrey, Wayne 45
Hunter, Jack 110, 21, 135
Hunter, Kim 5,19,87,151,127,136,1
Hutchins, Jason 50, 102, 139
Hutchins, Vicki 5, 87, 125,137,147
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lngle, Kristi 94, 137
Ingram, Shane 102
Jackson, Adrian 137
Jackson, Jackie 87
Jacobs, Joni 94, 124,137,143
Jacobs, Tandy 77
Jacoby, Joseph D. 102, 120
Jansa, Becky 5, 87, 137, 146
Johnson, Cindy 66, 94
Johnston, Richard 77, 148
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Jones, Prisi 87, 137
Jones, Randle 139, 102
Jones, San 125, 110
Jones, Steve 138, 139, 87, 44, 140
Jones, Winter 94
Jordan, Jennifer 130,102, 117, 143, 56
Kellogg, Paul 139, 102
Kennedy, Cheryl 5, 87, 124, 129
Kesee, Janet 58, 59, 87, 137, 6, 54, 51
Kieschnick, Lyndall 139, 94, 135
Kieschnick, Devin 139, 102, 124
Killian, Kelly 77
Adrian 126, 102
Brenda 88, 140
Ethel 6, 78, 145
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Kinkade, Nathan 139, 44, 94
Kirk, Kelly 133, 88
Kirk, Krissy 102, 142
Kirk, Kym 78
Klappenbach, John 110
Knight, Jane 110
Knight, Matt 122, 40, 92, 94, 124, 49
Koch, Brad 40, 94, 96, 124, 49, 38, 72
Koch, Diana 120
Koch, Diane 102
Krebs, David 94
KREBS, DAVID 94,44
Krebs, Kenya 58, 59, 53, 95, 125, 54,5
Krebs, Lisa 78, 23, 135
Lacy, Brenda 57, 58, 133, 95, 55, 72
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Lagunas. Jeff 146
Lamb, Brian 102, 120
Lamb, Heather 18.104.22.168
Lamb, Keith 139, 102, 117
Lamp, Sheri 110, 66
Lane, Kim 116, 118
Lane, Robert 139, 88
Lane, Stacy 88,31
Latimer, Tammy 126. 139, 102, 120
Lee, James 95
Lemons, Bradley 95, 135
Iingnau, jason 135
Lingnau, Jason 78
Lo, Michael 95, 149,144
Loeschman, Joel 126, 102
Logsdon, Greg 139, 40, 88
Logsdon. Monica 139, 95, 143
London, George 110, 6, 52. 63
Long, Angie 133. 95, 124
Lopez, Lydia 58, 102, 142, 56
Lopez, Sue Ann 126,78,124, 141
Love, Stan 5, 13,38, 139,40,78, 141,31
Lovelady. Sherry 95, 124
Lowe, Scott 139. 79, 140
lowry, joel 113
lowry, landon 4, 88, 125, 129
Lorano. Zenon 88
Luyan, Melinda 88.137145
Luker, Clara Jane 16, 88,125.128, 27. 133. 72
Magana. Marty 102
Mangrum, Sheila 10, 79,122.116,123.124,145,144
Marshland, Mellisa 79
Martin, Dan 111
Martin, Derric 88, 148
Martin, Teresa 95
Martinez, Jerry 102
Martinez, Michael 139, 95
Martinez, Paul 79
Martinez, Rufus 40. 88. 143
Martinez, Scottie 139, 102
Martinez, Sandra 102. 120, 142
Martinson, Randy 66, 88, 146
Mason, Tammy 134, 22, 136, 137. 147, 79
Mason, Todd 126, 44, 95
matheny. robin 102
Matney, Christine 102
matthews, doug 113
Matthews, Darriss 102, 120
Matus, Kerry 88, 66, 151,127. 129, 65
Matus, Melissa 6, 58. 22. 134, 79. 128, 129
Matus, Stacey 102
McBroom. Brandon 88, 144
McCardell, John 103
McCourt, DeeDee 88, 124, 137
McCurley, Joe Dee 146, 79, 140
McGann, Ted 139,88
McGee. Jill 145, 79, 140
McGee, Nancy 88
McGregor, Shawna 126, 134, 88, 123, 124
mcguire. jean 113
McKelvey, Sean 134, 44,132
McNeese, Van 19, 88, 67, 33. 144
McRae, Kenny 139, 102
McWhorter, Deedra 58, 102
Mechell, Laura 126,103
Meixner, Andy 88.66.65
Merriman, Angela 95
Messick, Allison 143, 79
Miles, Lana 95
Miles, Lorin 139, 40, 141
Miles, Lorrin 88
Miller. Pat 111,20
Milner, Tommy 139, 103
Milner, Trisha 5, 126, 88, 137
Mints, Randall 139,95
mints, Wendell 113
Mitchell. Mimi 17, 103, 132, 56
Mize, Kara 111
Moerbe. Melissa 148. 79
Moerbe, Melody 103, 142
Monson, Mark 138, 139,88
Monzingo, Marci 103
Mooney, Ronnie 40, 89. 143
Moore, Gary 139
Moore, Stephanie 5, 116. 148. 79, 118
Morris, Reymie 89
Morrison, Phillip 44, 95, 124
Morrissey, Kathleen 119, 129. 130. 131, 89, 132, 144
MURPHY, STEPHANIE 95
Murray, Sherry 6. 7, 52, 53, 79. 54, 51
Murrial, Kim 111
NABORS, KATHY ANN
Nabors. Kathy 58, 103, 123, 124, 143, 56
Nava. Billy 89. 28, 69
Nava. Mitchell 139. 89, 148
Navarro. lsaac 103
Naylor, Eddy 95, 124, 33
NEELY, TOMMY 95.124, 49
NEWELL, JAMES 139. 89
NICHOLS, CARY 139,89
NICHOLS, STEVEN 139,79
NOACK, KERRY 149, 79, 141
NOEL, LANCE 66, 44, 95. 49
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O'neal, Joey 103, 117
OCHOA, EVA 89, 116
OCHOA, JESSE 103
OLIVER, KRISTY 96. 137
Ollilt. Avis 111
OLLIFF, DESIREE 142, 79, 144
ORR. ROBERT 112
ORTEGA, MARIA 96
OSWALT, ROBIN 130, 103
OWEN, LEE ANN 126, 133, 96, 55
OWENS, JOHNNY 103
Pace, Jasimine 111
PEDIGO, SARAHRAE 89, 116, 144
Perez, Linda 141
PEREZ, LINDA 89, 116,141
PEREZ, SARA JANE 96
PERKINS, SHANNON 96, 116
PHILLIPS, JODY 139, 103
PHILLIPS. MIKE 103, 145
PHILLIPS, MELISSA 96
PHILLIPS, MEI-LING 79
PHILLIPS, ROGER 40, 89
PIERCE, RICHARD 139
PILCHER, MARK 89,148
PILCHER, RODNEY 138, 139, 66, 79
PIPER, DEBRA 89, 145
Plewes, Dawn 116, 120, 143, 4, 79, 140
Plewes, Pat 96, 135
Portwood, Mike 111, 18, 45, 50
Price, Bill 96
Price, Brad 38,40,79,138,139, 145
Price, Shirley 111, 6, 56, 58
Proctor, Damon 79
Quisenberry, Susan 111
Raines, Kristi 58, 119, 139, 103, 120
Rairdon, Melissa 103
Raiski, Larry 142, 96
Ramirez, Ignacio 103
Ramirez, Rebecca 145
Reaume, Rachelle 134, 80, 147, 22, 23
Reeves, Patrick 66, 103
Reinhardt, Shawn 103
Reis, Camille 58, 89, 145
Reis. Kelly 139, 44. 96
Re1ino,Altce 89, 145
Rejino, Marla 78,141
Richardson. Tricia 96, 55, 63
Richardson, Floyd 96
Richardson, Angelita 96, 63
Richie, Steve 40, 89, 144
Riggins, Brandon 139, 103
Rinehart, Michelle 103, 117, 118
Rios, Donna 103
Rios, Herbie 89
Ripley, Claudine 111, 144
Ripley, Scott 103
Rivers, Russell 80, 141
Roberson, Dan 148, 111
Roberson, Melissa 66, 96, 144
roberts, tommy 113
Roberts, Tom 139, 104
Robeson, Krista 139, 104
Robinson, Laquetta 126, 89, 141
Robinson, Michael 104. 117
Rodriguez, Donna 147
Rodriguez, Nick 80, 40
Rodriguez, Monica 96
Rogers, Becky 111
Rogers, Jelf 139, 104, 117, 50, 72
Rogers, Traci 5, 89, 116, 137
Roquemore, Rhonda 89, 142
Rosalez, Kim 89, 137
Rose, Theresa 111, 149
Russell, Andy 104. 117
Russell, Melinda 89, 116
Rutledge. Quincy 18, 40, 74, so, 124
Salazar, Kathy 90
Sanders, Kelby 139, 104
Schatte, Kevin 66, 104
Schmoker, Pat 111
Schulz, Kevin 90
Scott. Anthony 90
Scott, Cinda 111, 6, 29, 55
Scott, Stacie 6, 7, 58, 133, 80, 53, 51,1
Scott, Tara 104
Scott, Teasie 90
Scott, Walt 111, 38, 40
selman. patty 113
Sewall, Julie 58, 96
Shackelton, John 141
SHAKELTON, JOHN 128
Shannon, Melanie 90, 148
Shelley, Keith 44
Shelton, Shawna 90, 148
Shirley, Tony 96
Shultz, Kevin 141
SIKES, AARON 96, 124
SIMMONS, RUSSELL 80, 124
Simpson, Tina 90
Sims, Aldean 104
Slaven, Tim 111
Smith, Jay 96, 44
Smith, Jimmy 111
Smith, Karen 90, 136,137,127, 130
Smith, Kevin 96
Smith, Kim 80, 23, 141
Smith, Leigh Rae 104, 123,124, 130
Smith, Melanie 90,55
Smith, Ryan 104
Snow, Rodger 135
Soto, Shelli 90, 129, 130, 131, 134, 149
Soto, Stacy 104, 66
Southall, Shawn 96, 27
Spears, Guy 104
Spear, Sondra 104
Spruiell, Henry 97
Stafford, Michelle 104, 58, 126. 56
Stafford, Philip 80, 132,149 129, 128
Stephens, Melissa 97, 142
Stewart, Jeff 97
Stokes, Tammy 90, 139
Stolle, Janelle 137
Stone, Henry 8O,124, 127, 151
Stone, Shirley 104, 58, 124,56
Stowe, Grady 33, 28
Streit, Kay 5, 90, 128, 129
Streit, Stephanie 104, 126, 134, 144
Strickland, Mike 104, 139
Studer, Jada 80, 147
Sullivan, Bryan 90, 139, 40
Sullivan, David 90, 135
tatum, judy 113
Tatum, Kim 90,136,137,66
Taylor, Emma 81,145,613
Taylor, Yolanda 104
Templeton, Craig 97, 139, 44, 49
TenBrink. Steve 81
Thiebaud, Audra 104, 139, 125, 130
Thomas, Chris 104
Thompson, Brad 81, 148
Thompson, Jennifer 97, 124, 125,55
Thomsen, Chris 90, 27, 39, 40, 69
Tolentino, Renee 81, 15, 66, 133
tomsu, susan 113
Torrez, Paul 97
Tracy, Stacy 140
Tubb, Shana 97, 137,126
Turner, Elizabeth 104, 58, 126, 56
Valdez, Corlna 81, 58, 141
Valdez, Mario 97,44
Valila, Jerome 90
Valverde, Phillip 139, 146
Vanarsdale, Randy 104
Vanderbeek, Robbie 97
Varela, Jennifer 97
Vaughn, Michelle 90, 145
Vincent, Kenny 97, 139
Vincent, Kim 104, 130
Waggener, Karen 97
Waggener, Louis 104
Waggoner, Paul 97
Wakefield, Loretta 104
Wakefield, Leslie 81, 147
Walker, Rocqell 81
Wall, Bob 111
wall, kalynda 31
Wall, Mildred 111, 140
waiters, carla 90
Ward, Evan 117
Ward, Evan 15
Ward, Tina 90, 145, 146
Warden, Teri 97, 139.58, 133,55
wattenbarger, susie 145
Wattenbarger, Susan 81
Weaver, Donna 81
Weaver, Greg 96, 97, 44
Weaver, Jennifer 104, 143
Weaver, Ronnie 129
Weeks, Wendy 97
Weiser, Doug 81,146
weist, billy 90. 40
Wester, Phillip 111
Whatley, Donald 139
Wheeler, Shannon 104, 26, 126, 149
Wheeler, Shane 40, 127, 151
White, Brett 81, 37, 39, 40, 125, 73, 31
Whitehead, Chris 104
whiteside, kevin 31
Whitten, Rhonda 90, 145
Wiedemann, Clay 81
Wilhelm, Scotty 104
Wilkinson, Ray Dean 81, 146
Wilkinson, Shannon 90
Wilkinson, Scott 81, 129, 135, 140, 72
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Willey, Todd 104
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Wilson, Ronald 104
Winters, Annette 81, 146
Winters, Dean 97, 139
Wofford, Dana 97, 143
Wong, Bobby 104
Wong, Peggy 90, 149
Wood, Jay 81,127,151, 135
Wood, Jill 97
Woodard, Len 81, 39, 40, 129
Woods, Theresa 97, 143
Woolf, Ricky 97,139
Wooten, Kirk 139, 40, 68
Word, Don 111
Word, Judy 111
Yanzuk, Elliot 90, 148
Young, Angela 97
Young, Sharleen 81
Zaicek, Teresa 104, 143
Zapata, Jacinto 104
Zuniga, Hope 90, 145
Tom Agnew, D.D.S., 155
The Arbors, 201
Augustan Apartments, 173
B 8: L Tractor, 198
B 84 R Auto Electric, 164
Joe Bacon Insurance, 178
Balser Jewelry lnc., 173
Barb's Ceramics, 186
Baylor Medical Leasing, 186
Beauty Boutique, 212
Bill's Power Mower, 184
Bill's TV lnc., 177
Blue Bonnet Laundry, 193
Bob's Pets and Things, 192
Bob's Wheel Alignment, 173
The Booterie, 157
Bower's Exxon, 173
Bristo's Used Cars, 183
Buck's Welding, 208
Bud's Automotive, 173
Bunch-Norris Agencies, 167
Burdette Mechanical, 179
Cadillac Grill, 197
Central Communications, 179
Central Market, 1167
Charter Tire, 170 Canton Cafe, 194
Chyrlon's Styles Unlimited, 164
City of Vernon, 181
The Clothes Line, 177
Coffee Insurance Agency, 205
Crown Quality Seed Co., lnc., 175
The Cuttery 218
Cuttin' Corner, 167
Cut and Curl, 158
Cy Long's Store, 179
D.J,'s Beauty Land, 201
Dan's Barber Shop, 167
Dee Boyd Well Service, 154
Douglas M, Matthews, D.V.M., 154
Ed Buesing Body Br Paint Shop, 185
El Matador, 208
Elda Petty Service Station, 194
Enloe Automotive, 181
Esta's Kwik Stop, 175
First National Bank of Chillicothe, 174
Fish Power Group, 180
Flower Boutique, 164
The Flower Cart, 182
Ganyer Repair 8: Refinishing, 154
Gatewood Transmission, 154
G 8: L Lumber, 186
George's Aircraft, 194
Golf 81 Stuff, 154
Gordon Tidmore, 157
Georgeann Scott Real Estate, lnc., 205
Gene Payne-State Farm, 155
Gibson's Discount Center, 190191
Gibson Pharmacy, 160
Golden's Fried Chicken, 158
Golden's Furniture, 157
Greenbelt Foliage, 164
H Sr. H Lock 8: Key, 155
Hall Oil Co , 164
Hardcastle Ag Air, 204
Harper House, 182
Harvey's Electric, 183
Hernandez Trim Shop 84 Used Cars, 179
Hill's Youth Center, 200
Hillcrest Clinic, 175
Hillcrest Country Club, 210
Hillcrest Pharmacy, 156
Homer Edmond's Roofing, 215
Hume Palace Inc, 174
lgou Tire and Appliance Co., 164
lnterior Collections, 181
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Joel Lowery, D.D.S., 154
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Mary Jane's, 166
Max Kreutz House of Music, 161
Model Cleaners 162
M. E. Moses, 166
Naylor Flying Service, 174
Nichol's Automotive, 192
Nikie's Automotive, 181
Norsworthy Music Center, 173
Norman Brints, 174
Pear Tree Fashions. 207
Photo Factory, 164
Pizza Hut, 205
Pizza Point, 177
Porter-Walker Oil, 174
Professional Expectations, 198
Provence Decorating. 179
Putter lnn. 208
Quality Cab Company, 154
R Br S Men's Shop, 166
Rainbow Supplies. 206
Rainwater Fleming Insurance Agency. 203
Rainbow Carpet Dying and Cleaning, 179
Randy Jackson Automotive, 170
Red River Valley Museum, 174
Mark Reynolds, D.D.S., 155
Richxe's Tom's Sales, 204
Rhoads and Hingst Realtors, 195
Robbie Eads Motors, 173
Rolling Plains Implement, 170
Sam Pierce Plant, 176
Santa Rosa Sales, 170
Santa Rosa Telephone, 170
Serold Firestone, 192
Skate City, 204
Singer Sales and Services, 174
South Main Dairy Queen, 158
Spann Automotive Warehouse, 167
S!ella's Hair Cutting Zone. 201
Stren Harvesting, 167
Sullivan Funeral Home, 189
Sunny Shoppe, 167
TV Cable of Vernon, 170
Taco Plaza, 175
Taylor's Paint and Body Shop, 201
Troutman and Associates, 207
Vernon Regional Junior College, 211
Vernon Absstract, 201
Vernon Chamber of Commerce, 173
Vernon Compress Company, 210
Vernon Daily Record, 165
Vernon Dr. Pepper, 166
Vernon Equine Clinic. 167
Vernon Financial Institutions, 168-169
Vernon Frozen Food Locker, 175
Vernon Parts Company, 186
Vernon Manufacturing, 212
Vernon Plumbing Specialty, 210
Vernon Pump Service, 181
VernfTex Well Service, 214
Video Memories, 186
Village lnn Motel, 214
W, B. Dunavent, 196
W. R. Moore Cotton, 187
Waggoner Estate, 209
Waggoner Office Supply. 202
Watkins Department Store, 186
Wendell Mints lnsurance, 218
White's Home and Auto, 175
White's Sport Shop, 213
Wilbarger Car Wash, 186
Wilbarger County Abstract, 154
Wilbarger County Farm Bureau, 198
Wilbarger Elevator, 181
Wilbarger General Hospital, 174
Wilson Herring lnsurance, 202
Wood's Convalescent Home, 205
Wooten's Exxon, 155
Wright's lnsurance, 206
Wright's Meat Packing, 216-217
Zacaweista Land and Cattle, 201
Wendell Mints Insurance Agency
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