Victoria High School - Stingaree Yearbook (Victoria, TX)

 - Class of 1982

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L,-11,2-mai.,1.-,.,f.,.S1M1 ,9,11,,iw,SJ131,31121.11121,219,,,,Q--12,5e,i1,,P,f,,-,111 ww contents ! 3 Q 1982 Stingaree Yearbook Editors: Liza Zuniga, Lori Torres, Tammy Farmer Bm S3911 back the years with: 'l ,Abs Q .ididlvfl 35.111 ., I Margaret Thompson Holly McCutcheon Bridgett Postel Sports Editor Business Manager Copy Editor Staffq Anderson,fDoniia,Andres, Ginger Copeland, lofi Dunglinson, Shanrion Fitigeraldf 'if3eef'Garland, Rhonda Kickendahl, , Lewis, Lynne Lowder,Ianet1Meis, jackie linger, Linda O iver, onnie Rogers, Sabrina StBBlH18ff,iL3J1!9QIIfOtt91', Lisa Vasquez, Iackiq Ve a Dana Tucker Photographers' Robert Fa tysek Dwayne'Keith Steven Lanier Ross Lucas 'Fer1iiiMcGauley Mark Shoemake Sub ",N Tl:Mt:gRae, Sharon Durn, Matt 5, if , f y ' , K 'Y , VK,,Y 1 - ' 4 X editors Editors' express appreciation The 1982 Sting Staff this year spent endless hours producing a quality yearbook that every student could look back on in years to come. We did our best to capture all those special moments and those not so special moments. We, the editors, would like to express our sincere appreciation to the staff and to our adviser, Mr. Barclay Burrow. Without their dedication and help this book would not have been possible. Shelley Felux Special Assistant Michelle Dronet Tonya Shaw Club Editor Class Editor edit Wpnxovrw x . W ifzw 4, ,Q X , L ef ,,' 1 'Trix X! 5 , f I ,if My I , 'M' fn. 51. 6 - mdk 'f-N91 ,VH .r Q 1. 'NN s R 1 4, ,I 11 . ' in V f v A 22,,'c 5 , + 1 . , 2 a , ' a -: K 4 , , ,ni 5. I , A, Q, N ,V , ' n at Q' . yn V1 '. f T, iff' , my 4 M iff Lg,-vw, ., ,ss -ffxfk-57, .ka W , . 3 My A x. 'Hilti' I 'ana , 2' awk J x ff I wal . 'f J , Q3 ,,,, , my , 'lf K W arg, E , , A W Ap' ,,,wi 'H 'gW'Lis-.M V, , ' Vw' ' ,A M?f"'32 . ' f eil 4 K , 'ff v"f.ug 'H ' 1 2. f aw x 'K+ Q KV, 4A ,Q .3 A .' 1 V 'Hp 4 ', 'gif X W 'g, f'- ,' ,, -' ,F zfafeb 1 1. 2 ' fv we fa-Ch? sf f E 4 , . Hgh v A ' 1 ff fi A 'fs' 'i Q41 " i - ,,f'3f379'-tml ,Q1 -K ,Q ,P x 7 'gl t , f'Q'3K1'i:gfufgg u tk QXJ' -rw Q L yi-54'.f,ff-V wif ,J JA Y- if v A iiffgk , ,457 ,, 1" C 5 'L . U 17, I ,Lift . QM: 7 ,EW 1,-84,4 -f.,.X'1.-i if v. , , ,e 1 ff sip, m.'1 ', I 5 f"' 31 H K 1 fx ?" ' 2 , . v", ' 15591 .?J5wg.f?,f fm '.,5.,-ff x :V-fy , gf. at 4, Q 4 'Z f ' fx f'fg,f.,,gi, A 'is . y A M sw .Aly iafq A :M 3, . f V , 1 - ,A ,my 6 W .4 ef :L L 'W f w .,' ir, ff, '4 S ,+,v'4-s' . f 5? ,, , . 7 ' Q' 6 f 515 'i f 5:- ! 1 I, 1 fbfmhf MISS VHS and LISH P3l3C1OS . , .AQVW 6 f mr. and miss vhs I k Bill jenkins - valedictorian William Herndon Ienkins III graduated from Vic- toria High School with a grade point average of 10064. In addition to maintaining this fantastic CPA, Bill was a dedicated member of the Varsity Tennis Team, secretary of both Science Club and Key Club, president of National Honor Society and a member of I.E.T.S. He was named to Whois Who Among American High School Student as well as Who's Who at VHS. He was awarded both the National Merit Letter of Commendation and the DAR Good Citizen Award. Bill will attend Rice University in Houston. Rami El-Mahmoudi - salutatorian Rami El-Mahmoudi, our Salutatorian, challenged Bill with a grade average of 10026. His accomplishments are numerous. They include several awards from organiza- tions such as the American Cancer Society, U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force and Eastman Kodak. He also advanced to the In- ternational Science and Engineering Fair twice during high school. At VHS, Rami was selected as French Student of the Year, Most Likely to Succeed, and he was named to Who's Who. He was also treasurer of both NIHS and NHS, and vice-president of Science Club. Rami will attend Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts. valedictorian-salutatorian X 7 4 xv , S 4 . Q, 1 Z 1 u . A-it my fvw gf, ' 4, ,W x if . glfwfz f'5,.,i 5,11 . 'f"1.fc'ffq' W f f . if? f F if 'xx . 3.5 M m,f4V" v2f"?fAfffffaeiE4iWQ' My -' I-7 Qg qi? H 1f41,::f.1,, X w f- ff M Y ' ' ' . 1 QV? f?'m?fQfQgg4 gi?jgxf Yu' jk I M - -N. .- , 5 zzfri- :, -' , Aye' Ag: E V , A N ff Nw., "af ,g4ffi , , . iff 1' 14, Q , ' "i3.f. , I L , N f.V The Victoria High School faculty selected the following students and named them to "Who's Who at Vic- toria High School" in honor of their outstanding achievements. Students include: Rami El-Mahmoudi, Ran- dy Taylor, Iulie Morgan, Chuck Zavesky, Billie Henk, Ioe Trevino, Shelly Cano, David Slover, Connie Mar- tinka, Wayne Barefield, Lisa Zuniga, Mark Svrcek, Bill Ienkins, Shelley F elux, George Drazic, and Paula Vrazel. who's who I 9 Contents Seniors .... . . 12 Iuniors . . . . by Iackie Olinger, by Lynne Lowder, Kim Anderson, Dalen Harris Rhonda Kiokendahl, janet Meis Sophomores . . . . . . 84 Freshmen . . by Linda Oliver, by Connie Rogers, Shannon Fitzgerald, Ginger Copeland Laura Trotter, Donna Andres . ,f -ff- , , ..,,' 1-i wf.:-,,v,ff,, .. ,,f.v, .f,,15,qfm,w,,p,:v.iw1:f1w:--mf,fwifwg,yu555535-,kif:,'.1,1::1gpfg,-,sg45 gee -ff.-ff.- ff- ,. .f-1,51 f - .f,. if ---. -Q i ,f,-. . , ,.,,. ..,,r.,,,, .. ,,.. ,mm ..,...,,. e,,..,,..,,..,,.. 1, , q..,L , .,,r.,,,.,, v,,..,, . ,, r ,, , A Ls a f f 1 if . ., , H K K K. 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"'I7V"k'I W :Qing "'k'mxZ2i5::1iSf7f5'Z:7ff1'3'Z5f,5f2k:,i :s'Q,'7f7 H , '1,f21,,11 f,1i-fs f1 iii ,ifE2 E,,2f,55-,iii :i f1!fSfiX:,1?f:1F 1,111-Vex, lf, 1.1, lirlfz-lm nz 115- 'L 553,-5355? . 1.ifqiiimi,i11ffI1E?fff1 , 51 1 s , -wx 1,-1, 3355-11,-,g1, - 1-, 1,3 11,,1,,k1r,,1g,- 11, 111,,,,-1,, 1 1 1 5711 W' 129 7 1 5 L W if - , V ,, Elin 3531 59 ,K , 115 fu ,,'4s,,11,,,1wti'- 1 2 K ,1 1,,1 111,11 ,,,,,-,HE1 , 1, , ,i,,,,1,,,-,1, ?E1'if?'-f7,i'111,sf1 1 f I+, I Q .,,i,,E'!,' HM- T, - g , seniors f 13 53m0"f3V0me5 'f M wn',,'., ,' 1415- ,fb .fi ,9 ' 5, -, 4 1 . 1 . -.'y,g' sl 'Y ik... nhl! Q Fflf, ' I 1 Q UW51- L f .. V j , ," W' .hw 05 W x r " 4 y I if A , 9 3 . .KP .9 6 1 1 r ., .fa x 1 "1,L2l,1 Best all around Wayne Barefield Elsa Garcia 14 f favorites :ix If f, M3553 'Sw ,Hemi Most talented Elsa Garcia Randy Taylor y--,N an -ia Q, My ef A 2 is A3 ri F K Z ,R H F s Most mischievous Gayle Todd james Odefey 1 . -Z, y , . ,, ,. , N , , . W, ,W .,..,,. ,,.,,.. , W ,,,. , V ..l., ,N , ..i.., , ,N,+A,,h,k,m,.:m,, ,Mg ,,,,- ,. -ew twfsg., , .W .M--g Xff, - favorites X 15 Senior favorites fp5i??F s hey " 1 ,, iii? ' Q, 4 .,, 1, je. , J M!-14' 1 7: ' sir? Most likely to succeed Alicia Bianchi Rami El-Mahmoudi fri.-2-SYS 'A L. X311 16 f favorites Most athletic Paula Vrazel Ll N.LLL., V Hanky POI'teI' 'ffhsessvf Mfg f, Most spirited Sabrina Steelman Gary Alford 5 Q it xsjl? 4. tl w 271- ' N, , favorites f 17 LRC: a perfect place One of the nicest places to spend time at Victoria High is the Learn- ing Resource Center. Many students have found it to be a perfect source of reading material, resource information, or the latest issue of their favorite magazine. Other than books, the LRC offers many other forms of information and is the home of teaching equip- ment available to all classes. Students can check out books for a period of two weeks, after which time a fee of 511: per day overdue is charged. Magazines may be kept overnight. At the end of the year, the LRC staff inventories the entire selection of books and information which takes about two weeks Though everyone tries to have their books back by the final days of May there are books lost every year The LRC staff includes Kathryn McCombs lhead hbrarianl Ioyce Warzecha Emma Fernandez Marie Frankson lasslstant librarianl, Ioann Beaty, Martha Phillips and Ioy Bridges Always qulet always the place to find needed infor mation, the Learning Resource Center is something VHS students can be very proud to have Dottie Abrameit Sonny Auiglar Iulie Aguillon Kim Alexander Gary Alford Keith Alkek Natalie Alkek Kim Allen 18 f seniors Francis Alvarado Gracie Alvarez Linus Alvarez john Anderson Miroslave Andrade Grant Andreasen Ricky Appelt Alice Arrington Allen Baca Tracey Baker Iohnny Balbia Ioe Balderez Bret Baldwin Wayne Barefield Amy Baker Mary Barnard Patrick Barrera Earl Battey Brandon Bawel Cameron Bayer seniors X 19 Corinne Bazar Loren Beadle Douglas Bednorz Regan Belcher Rolando Benavides Sally Bernhardt Alicia Bianchi Danny Birmingham Ioe Blackburn Tammy Blakenship Kevin Bleier Bernadette Bluhm , ' , 1 ' , ' , ' 1 J I . W ., ..i, ' A . ,, , . i .. Y .- , , ,.-.,.,,-,, ,, Y i .ZW 'MMM Ieanine Boehl Diana Bohach Barbara Botello Lynn Branecky Richard Bright Sheila Brogger Cindy Brosch Bobby Brown 20 X seniors HFL learns marriage Home and Family Living is an elective course available to all seniors. Students study human behavior while gaining an understanding of their relationships within the family and outside the family. Mrs. Ann Oyen is the teacher of Home and Family Living. t As part of the class, students plan and take an active role in a wedding, learning the importance of both proper etiquette and careful planning. This year's fall semester bride and groom were Mary Ann Massey and Iamie Dorsett, and the spring semester newlyweds were Paula Vrazel and Ricky Ap- pelt. The wedding is both entertaining to its participants and bn effective opportunity for them to learn. trlt y .irt ttt. ' Brian Brown Ross Brown Lawrence Buesing Sandra Bullard Denae Burns Sam Burriss Mike Caka Iennings Camp Pedro Canal Shelly Cano Vivian Cano seniors X 21 Elena Cardenas Ie-ff Carroll Lisa Chambard Holly Chance Karen Chance Billy Chin owith Darla Clark leff Clausius Iulie Cole Andy Conkey April Cook Deana Cooper Deborah Copeland Ginger Copeland Donald Cortinas Lisa Cox Sherre Cox Darren Crawford Linda Cribb Mail fi 22 X seniors Salyer, 1st senior captain, To d, 1st senior lieutenant, Anyone who has been at a Vic- toria High foot- ball, basketball, or baseball game has cprobably notice a tgroup of ta-lente girls dressed in red and white known as the Vic- toriadores. Vic- toria's "Pride of the Southwest" has had a great year with many outstanding per- formances, as they continue to represent VHS in a way that makes everybody proud. In March, the Victoriadores went to state competition in Dallas, taking five soloists and a prop, jazz, and highkick dance. Senior officers include Elsa Gar- cia, majorg Trayce Kris Parker, 2nd senior captaing Gayle and Mary Massey, 2nd senior lieutenant. Senior Victoriadores get special privileges and earn special respect within the drill team because most of them have been Victoriadores for a year or two before they become seniors. About her senior year in the drill team, Trayce Salyer said that 'tsome of my closest friend- ships, that I will remember all my life are people I spent time with in Victoriadores." This year's senior Victoriadores are an extremely talented group of girls who have added a lot to the "Pride of the Southwest."5g W.yN ,xtxpi r . ,. ., , ,....ft-Wu. .Ji I I --g, -- -.-, . ,f...,,,.f,i,....,i,,,i,, it V ,H .- - . ic- ,,1,I,.,w .,.. .,.- f ,fs , I Michael Crider Margo Cuellar Kim Curl Tim Curry Chris Davis Darlene Davis Donny Davis Robert Dechert Mark Dermit Artie Dial Tessia Dollery seniors f 23 Connie Domann Iamie Dorsett Debra Dowler George Drazie Michelle Dronet Cheryl Duderstadt Randy Duke Sharon Dum Iulie Dutcher Dottie Dvorak Donna Easley Iill East Tammy Ebert Frank Elam Disc jockey graduates Randy Vivian, or otherwise known as Randy Scott from KVIC radio is among the seniors of 1982. He is a disc jockey who enjoys what he does for a living. When asked how he began his job in radio, he said that it interested him. So he thought he'd give it a try. Although he did a lot of his own to get the job, he also thanks Mr. Barclay Burrow and Dave Iag- gar "for having enough faith in me to give me this chance of a lifetime." When he was asked what he intended to do after high school he said with that million dollar Vivian smile, 'tl intend to continue my career in radio." 24 f seniors 13" Gregg Epley Pat Erskine Lupe Escalante Sally Escalona Keith Eschenburg Fermin Espinosa Gwen Etzler Blaine Eubanks Traci Eubanks Terry Evans Robert Faltysek Kathy Farias Tammy Farmer Terry Farris Marilyn Faulkenberry Shelley Felux Shannon Fitzgerald Mark Fletcher Henry Flores Mary Flores seniors X 25 Sammy Flores Doug Ford Brian Fox Darren Fox Walter Franklin Keith Fredricks Ronnie Friedel Candy Frisbee Iames Fritzinger Kenneth Fritzinger Felicia Fequa lim Iurr Debbie Garcia Elizabeth Garcia Elsa Garcia IoAnn Garcia Ioe Garcia Iohn Garcia Maria Garcia Nancy Garcia 26 f seniors f. J Q , , , ,, , ,1, . . ,, . . Af , N..,,.l.,.d ,.,, f ....f. .,,. - ,,,,,, ,L H - , .,,, ,, fQ...s-- ,. . " .WW - ft WW I ' " , V it - ' fwfr " " f" " ' :if ' :, " ,- ft 1, 1, it J, . V., 5 'Wm - t ,Q i .L N , f? .. ybyyyyy f I Vyyy 5 ' at H H gi .,yt,..m . - , f. Wu' J i ' li , , .Ml TV' A f 'G M 11 Q " M., . ..5z, f' ..,, Vlyrrr K A " - . f C -- " ' il f,3,.'f'?,,Wf'. V f ,, ,f , ,M,,,, , ,,,,, , SAC: no fun at all The Special Assignment Class, or SAC, as it is better known, is a place most students dread visiting. SAC, located at 1208 S. Navarro, is where students are sent as a means of disciplinary action. Once a student is assigned to spend a day there, he misses school and is picked up at 9:00 AM, transported across town on a bus, and deposited back at Victoria High at 3:15 p.m. In addition to normal school policies, students at SAC have to follow a rigid set of rules including that they must study or read all day longg no talking or sleeping is allowed at all. A thirty minute lunch break is per- mitted. A visit to SAC also means the students can- not be exempt from an exam in any class. Students may be sent to SAC for anything from an accumulation of tardies to disrespect for a teacher. Profanity has also grown into a major problem. . . - w ,MetagsssfsfitfwrMitrawww :wif g - Richard Garcia Virginia Garcia Tami Garrett Cathy Garza Danny Garza Rosie Garza Bernell Gibson Iohn Gibson Vaness Gibson Connie Gilbert Monica Gill Bryon Gillespie seniors X 27 Steve Gleinser lohn Godsey Andy Gohn Cindi Gomez Freddy Gomez Chris Gonzales Eunice Gonzales Ianie Gonzales Vincent Gonzales Alma Gonzalez Mary Grahmann Burrow active at VHS Barclay Burrow is a very special person to most of the students and faculty at Vic- toria High School. He is a hard worker and will hang in there until the job is finished. He is the advisor to both the Victorian staff and the Stingaree staff. Each spring he joins efforts with Kathy Neece to put out Impact. This year, however, he also found time to help Mrs. Vardaman's class with a project which consisted of designing and printing a newspaper of the . future. If all this isn't enough, he also does most of the planning and budgeting for the junior-senior prom held each spring. If you listen to KVIC-KCWM radic on the weekends, you will find him working hard at another job, a disc- jockey. Although he always has a lot on his mind, he is a person with muck patience and can usually find something to make a quick joke about. His students find him more as a friend than a teacher. Sabrina Steelman and David lordan agree, "that he is a good teacher because he gets involved with the students and is concerned with their personal needs. If you neec him, he'll be there!" Lorree Hennig sent on to say "that he is a very open man who is full of encouragement." Iackie Olinger, a member of the annual staff remembered the day she nearly fell apart lwhen everything was going wrong on the yearbookl, but Mr. Burrow talked to her and helped her get back or the right foot. "I had stayed up all night working on the annual and I was tirec and then I found out that most of what I had done the night before wa: wrong, I just broke down and cried. He took me aside and talked to me ant showed me the way it should've been done. He's a great man. I've learned 2 lot from him." 28 ! seniors Kristy Gras Darlene Green Lance Green Mike Greenday Kenneth Greenhill Laura Grieder Lisa Guajardo Corinne Gutierrez Ernest Gutierrez Eddie Haas Rudy Hass Danice Hahn Bill Hall Michele Hardy Dalen Harris Iimmy Harrison Iohn Harrison Tim Hartley Deborah Hawk Danny Hawkins seniors X 29 Patty Hawkins Rita Head Marta Heaton Monica Heinold Robert Heinrick Sharon Heiser Rhoda Helms Billy Henk Loree Hennig Cheryl Herman Ioni Herman Dennis Hernandez Mike Hernandez Robert Herndon Iennifer Hessler Melissa Hessler David Hill Debbie Hill Evelyn Hinojosa Teresa Hirsch 30 f seniors Connie Holden Daina Holliday Troyleen Howard Ieff Hudson Scott Hudson Charles Iackson Kenneth Ianak Iames Ianssen Yearbook staff strives for perfection The Stingaree Staff, under the supervision of Barclay Burrow, works hard to put out the one book hat will be flipped through many times in its long life - the school annual. Work on the annual starts on the irst day of school, with the group as a whole coming p with a good theme that can be followed throughout .s numerous pages in a continuous flow. When the eme is chosen, the staff comes up with an idea for e cover design. After the idea has surfaced, the tingaree Staff usually asks for the Art departments elp in designing the actual yearbook cover. When e groups of students have designed their various ieces of work they are presented to the editors of the staff, who will decide which presentation best fits the lheme. f While all this is going on, staff members are busy rawing layouts and staying on top of the sections reviously given to them. Besides working on their assigned sections, some members choose to be on an id team. These are teams of two people who hold in lieir possession a list of potential advertisers, or ather businesses throughout our community. The :eam members must contact each name on their list to ee if the company would be interested in running an .d in the yearbook. Ad sales are a necessary part of e book as it determines the price of the book. fThe ore ads that are sold, the cheaper the annual costs to .ll persons who purchase one.j To put out a highly rated yearbook all members nust work closely together to meet their deadlines and must be willing to stay until the job is done. The 1981-82 Stingaree Staff consists of 31 members including the photographers. The editors for the year were Tammy Farmer, Lisa Zuniga, and Lorie Torres. Under them are Michelle Dronet, Clubs Editor: Margarette Thompson, Sports Editorg Iackie Olinger, Senior Section Editor 3 Tonya Shaw, Class Editorg Lynn Lowder, Administrative editor, Brigett Postel, copy editor, Holly McCutchen, Business Mgr.g Sabrina Steelman, Assistant Business Mgr.g David Iordan photo editorg Laura Trotter, Assistant Photo Editor, and Ioy Dunglinson, Photo Assignment Editor. The other staff members consist of Kim Anderson, Donna Andres, Ginger Copeland, Shannon Fitz- gerald, Dee Garland, Rhonda Kickendahl, Lisa Lewis, Iennifer Meis, Linda Oliver, Connie Rogers, Lisa Vas- quez, and Iackie Vega. The Stingaree Staff members become more than friends through their year of hard work. They become more of a family who congratulates the other guy when a job is well performed, and comforts them in times of frustration. When entering Room 75 all per- sonal grudges must be set aside, as there is no time for foolish behavior. One must be ready to do his best from the word Ngo." These are some of the essentials for a good quality book that the staff can present to their fellow classmen with pride, and the student body and faculty will enjoy and treasure for many years to come. E seniors f 31 Bill Ienkins Chris Iimenez David Iohanson Libby Iohns Thomas Iohnson Casey Iones David Iordan Karen Ioslyn Cindy Kacir Dee Kagler Cynthia Kalmus Pam Kana Wendy Keathley Dwayne Keith Brian Kennemer Melissa Klecka Debbie Klesel Alicia Knebel Iames Knipling Iohnny Krause 32 f seniors sg.. N? Laurie Kresta Ioan Kurzy Ioe LaGrega Curt Laird Becky Lane Melissa Larson Iodi Lee Marae Lehnert Amy Leissner Richard Leos Gina Lewis Rhonda Linam Free time or fun Cheerleading is more than popularity and party in- vitations. The skill involved takes much hard work and determination. Being a cheerleader also means staying numerous hours after school doing everything from practicing new cheers learned at summer workshop, to making spirit posters. The senior cheerleaders for the 1981-82 school year were April Cook, Linda Purdy, and Lisa Palacios. The biggest sacrifice a cheerleader must make is giving up a lot of her free time to boost the school spirit. When asked if it bothered her much to have to sacrifice so much of her free time for school func- tions, Linda immediately said, "No, because most of what we do is a lot of fun." She went on to say that "sometimes there are things we aren't able to do because of a game or something, but that's all part of cheerleading and you learn quickly enough that to be one you must be willing to accept these personal sacrifices." seniors f 33 e i If it -ffy -"" A Q Nanette Long A sst y Manuel Longoria Elizabeth Lopez Melbam , Zigikg f Iiik ' ,A.' i i Tradition of excellence The Victorian monthly newsmagazine is produced by a talented group of journalism II students who share a desire to produce the best newsmagazine possible. No one at Victoria High would argue that they've not done a great job. This year, with the help ofthe Victoria Advocate and a new computer in the Iournalism Department the Victorian Staff produced a top quality publication covering basic news, sports, and features with highlighted aspects of student life. Department seniors on the staff include Lisa Marlow, Shelley Felux, and Kim Curl, ex- ecutive editorsg Amy Pribyl, Sports editor: Iulie Cole, editorial editor: Sharon Sims, news editor, Stephen Bantz, production design, Dwayne Keith, photography editorg Rick Gonzalez, advertising director, Iana Wright, data management, and Lorree Hennig, Iames Ianssen, Iohnny Krause, Linda Purdy, and Ran- dy Vivian, Staff writers. Victorian advisor is Barclay Burrow. This year the Victorian celebrated its 25th year in print. While this year's seniors are a hard act to follow for future Victorian staff members, they have also met their own high standards and continued a tradition of excellence. 5 -eff'-M J ' Mary Love Q, Michelle McAlpine David McArthur Terri McCauley Holly McCutcheon Gary McGrew David McCullem Michael McMullen Susie McRae Linda Mabe Karen McFarlane Ioyce Mach Marilyn Maohart Rami Mahmoudi Todd Marbaoh Pattie Marburger Lisa Marlow Gregg Marshall Leslee Martin Pam Martin Richard Martinez Sandi Martinez Connie Martinka Mary Ann Massey Brett Massey Linda Matejek Derek Mauzy Todd Maxson seniors X 35 Diana Medrano Paul Mecharg Susan Melenkevitz Lucy Mendoza Donald Migl Larry Mikulec Matthew Milberger Kristie Miller Deanne Mitte Danny Montgomery Dawn Moore Marc Moreno Iulia Morgan Susan Mothersbaugh Clark Mowdy Brenda Mueller Donna Mungia Cheryl Mutschler Mark Neal Greg Neitch yr I 4-519' J ' 36 f seniors 4 r Students "punk out" Each year during Homecoming Week, a certain style of ress is set for each school day. However, this particular year e only had four dress-up days, lthree official, one unof- iciall. Tuesday was unofficially declared "Punk-rock day." ostly seniors, but some juniors came to school really punked out." This resulted in everyone either taking off their costumes" or being sent home to change clothes. The official ays were Wednesday, "Dress-up day," Thursday, "Western ay," and Friday was the traditional, "Red and White day." dt Katina Neitsch Bobby Nelson Diane Nerada Kyle Neuvar Curtis Newman Michelle Nicholson Cheryl Nieman Laura Noble Tim Novak Lauren Novosad Iames Odefey seniors f 37 Monica Ohrt Iackie Olinger Linda Oliver Chris O'Sullivan Debra Outlaw Lisa Palacios Lauren Pall Vikki Palmer Kris Parker Carolyn Patek Fagan Patterson Robert Pena Linda Petru Henry Perez There are many events that take place in this world that most people are not informed of. The oil and gas in- dustry is one of them. To enlighten our minds, different oil and as firms, along with other businesses, put on the Victoria Oil and Gas Exposition. The major purpose of this production is to educate the general public on all aspects of oil and gas ener . It thoroughly explains everything involved in the business and the im- pact it has on the economy of our country. 38 f seniors Laureen Pickle Kim Pollard Hanky Porter MaryAnne Porter Bridgette Postel Ion Powell Cody Powitzky Amy Pribyl Oscar Puerto Tammy Pullin Linda Purdy Mariselda Quinonez Georgia Ramirez Lisa Ramirez Christina Ramon Bobby Redden Dereck Reeder Mike Reedy Ruben Rendon RoseAnne Resendez seniors X 39 Iohnny Reyes Kathie Reynolds Darryl Rhodes Laura Riesz Frank Rivera Kerry Roddy Elsa Rodrigues Leticia Rodriguez Pet Rodriguez Ieanette Rojas Frank Rosenquest Sammy Saenz Ruth Salas Elizabeth Salinas D u r i n F o o t b a la season, one of the favorite activities is the poster parties e l d e a c h T h u r s d a y night before a game. The real purpose of these poster parties is to paint spirit posters for use on Friday at the pep rally, however, few of these posters actually make it to school Friday morning. Poster pa ties provide an opportunity for class competition, testing differe classes' ability to sabotage another's posters. Various "weapons" ai used, but overall, poster parties are a fun and productive way fi everyone to show their support for the football team. Poster partir are a cherished fall tradition at Victoria High, and will continue start each school year in the right spirit. 40 f seniors Ruben Salinas Trayce Salyer Victor Santiago Dale Sappington Susan Scaief Ron Schafer Randy Scheibelhut Milissa Schmeltzer Susan Schneider Kay Schroller Iohn Schulte Bill Schurtz Ricky Schustereit Stephen Seerden Pam Shaw Tonya Shaw Scott Sherva Ieff Siebneicher Mary Simcik Sharon Simms seniors f 41 Michelle Simons lim Simpson David Slover Allen Smith Keenan Smith Lon Smith Tammy Smith Terry Smith Pam Smithey Cynthia Soliz Rebecca Sparks Candy Spaulding Ioanne Spellacey Brenda Sprencel Andy Startz lim Steele Sabrina Steelman Laura Stevens Tina Stewart Karen Stindt 42 X seniors I Terry Stoebner Tina Stowe Susan Stuck Kelly Sullivan D'lesa Sumbera Wallace Summers Mark Svrcek Curtis Talkington Mil in ' Tammy Tanecka Randy Taylor Sylvia Taylor Phil Teinert Stingarettes - umber 1 in Texas How does it feel to be number 1 in the state your senior year? Senior Stingarettes Paula Vrazel and Carolyn Sneed know, as members of the 5A state championship girls basketball team. The road to the state championship game was paved with good times, lasting friendships, and victory after victory, but the most important element was the hours and hours of work and training put in by all the Stingarettes. Carolyn says she thinks being 1982 champs was "a great ex- perience, compared to the 1979 game because this time I really felt the excitement of playing in the game." Next year, Carolyn will be playing basketball on a scholarship to McLennon College in Waco, Pauls, who also plans to con- tinue her basketball career, says that "being my senior year and going to state has always been my dream." Paula also feels that Coach Ian Lahodny was a major influence in her basketball career, and says that "without Lahodny, state wouldn't have been such a memorable experience." seniors X 43 Florence Terrell Alan Thacker Pam Thamm Donna Thieme Brenda Thomas Iames Thomas Kenda Thomas Belinda Thompson Courtneg Wash isn't amazed at Iohn Ander- son's be avior. fi 44 I seniors Margaret Thompson Tony Tisdale Gayle Todd Karen Tompkins lackie Torres Lori Torres Rudy Torres Ioe Trevino lWs,:5vAf.1'1lfIf Sting power Teed 1 PETER displayed Greg Verrett is one of VHS's most talented seniors. This year, Greg entered an art contest and won first place. His prize-winning drawing was a giant Stingaree whose tail is igniting a stick of dynamite. This drawing was enlarged to billboard size and posted across the street from VHS. He received S50 and a free meal from King Crab. seniors f 45 tt .,,, ..-f V A wif ' ,. g . Michelle Trevino rw- ti' S V1 VKS VV 3 Yolanda Tristan llil S f if Steve Tshirhart K V" , Dana Tucker el lle jj '46 'V V, .. .t ,, 1- uw- .fa I f .1 Stacey Tucker Barbara Tyner Vince Eherek Melissa VanMarel Have you ever wanted to join a voca- tional club, then after looking at the list of choices you become so confused you just say, "forget it?" This happens to many of our students. The VISD offers a variety of vocational programs to its junior and senior students. Basically the only difference between the various programs is the type of work involved in each. For instance, Distributive Educa- 3 tion fD.E.j relates to jobs in general retail selling, while the H.E.R.O. lHome ' Economics Related Occupationj club of- fers a wide range of jobs from the food industry to craftswork. To be in H.O.S.A. lHealth Occupation Students of Americaj, the student learns basic medical practices and must work at a doctor's office, hospital, nursing home or any other medical related job. Another choice, I.C.T. tlndustrial Cooperative Trainingj is more of an in- dividual study where the student learns about the particular occupation to which he is employed. lPlumbing, electrician, etc. ...j One other program that is of- ii'lii ,Vg fered at Victoria High School is V.O.E. IVocational Office Educationj. Everything from basic accounting pro cedures to preparing payroll is digested by the V.O.E. students. The members of this organization are employed as receptionists and secretaries for business firms throughout our community. Do you still find yourself a little confused? If so, why not make it a point to talk to the school's vocationa counselor, Mrs. Skipper. She can answer any questions pertaining to requirements and fees for a certain pro gram to which one holds an interest. Vocational education may not be the ideal choice for all students, bu those who do participate in one of the clubs find that the greatest thing earned through it is not just money, bu experience in the world of work. . 46 X seniors if """"i if .. , X if -. A fri I 1 1 , , I , 4 f " ' -. f -- - IJNPH-g4,,., A ,Q A foe agan Patterson wonders if the next step will be straight to the ground. Kerri Van Slooten Ronald Van Slooten David Vasquez Robert Vasquez Adolph Vega Elizabeth Vela Greg Verrett Mark Vickery seniors X 47 Bernard Villareal Bert Villareal Randy Vivian Laura Vollmering Paula Vrazel Richard Wade Clubs provided friendship School clubs play an important role at Victoria second Wednesday of every month one hour Wa: High school. Participation in a club gives individuals devoted to Activity period. This is the time when al' a chance to meet people and begin new relationships. clubs meet and discuss their upcoming events. F01 Being a member of an organization also gives one a those people not wishing to join an organization, the feeling of being on a team. During the school year, the hour was spent in their homeroom as a study period. 48 X seniors Mitch Wagner Deena Waitschies Brent Wakefield Patricia Waldrop Lisa Walker Peter Walton Courtney Wash Ieff Weaver seniors X 49 Michelle Welch Russell Westbrooke Chance White Karen White Shelley White Robby Wilburn Elise Wilkins Sharon Simms takes roll since Mr, Burrow forgot again. in 1 , W A 50 f seniors gs inda Oliver shows off her Western Day attire. Iill Williams Mark Williams Wade Wilson Delbert Woods Iarnes Woods Iana Wright Molly Wright David Yeary seniors f 51 Kathleen Young Matt Young Debra Zainotz Iames Zamora ' ' ' f.i:1'HEif-lit. "H , . , , 141247: :1 ' S -- Geroge Zapata Chuck Zavesky Orlando Zepeda Lisa Zuniga True friendship Friends play an important part of our everyday lives. But, what really makes a person be considered as a true friend? A true friend is someone who would accept you for what you are, not for who they would like to believe you are. They are comfortable to be around, so you can relax and be yourself. You talk and learn about them, -f' 121 ' 1 qEf5fsqgfti?Eaf,g:wif--Y , f Y i- 1- l'-Q7-iiili . a..,.N what they like to do, what kind of life that they want for themselves, and how they feel about you You can confront them with anything and know that the word goes no farther. A true friend will always be there when you really need them. You can laugh with them, cry with them, or just gripe at them because they hap pen to be the only one that will listen to you. As you become closer, a friend will know when you need to talk and when you would rather be left alone. A good friend truly cares about your hopes, dreams and goals and will strive to help you reach out and grab them. 52 f seniors l Benlors reflect on past As seniors, we look back on the four "long" years of igh school and wonder how it went by so fast. Where id all that extra time go to? Remember when we zere counting down the days? Well, now the magical ine has come and gone as fast as any other brief en- bunter in one's life. We realize that it's over and it does hurt to know that many friendships have been lost. We will go our separate ways and live our own lives one day at a time. When the final page of our childhood has been turned, we will forget the bad times and hang onto the hundreds of good memories that we will always hold dear to us. seniors X 53 Dottie Abranieil: Choir 1 9, 10, 1'l, 123 Iunior Historians 112. Curtis Adams: Football 1 9, 10, 11, 123 All district Honorable Mention 1 11, 123 Track 1 9, 101 I.V. District Champ, 100 220 yard dash, 440 relay 1 10. Ramiro Aguilar: Band 1 President 1 93 Deca -- Reporter 1 11, President 123 Deca Outstanding Stu- dent Award 1 11, Kimberly Alexander: Reserves 1 9, 103 Girls Choir 1 93 Concert Choir 1 10, 11, 123 Iunior Historian Club 1 12. Gary Alford: AFS 1 10, 11, 123 Key Club 1 10, representative 11, Key Club Vice President 1 11: Ten- nis 1 9, 101 Football 1 10, 11, Mascot 11, 123 Chairman of Bonfire 1 113 Most Spirited 1 123 Personality Plus 1 122 Mr. VHS 112. Keith Alkek: Key Club 1 9, 10, 11, 12, Vice President 1 113 President 123 AFS 1 9, 10, 11, 122 Student Council 1 9, 101 NIHS 1 93 Per- sonality Plus 1 12. Natalie Alkek: Reserves 1 93 N11-is 1 9, 10, IFTA 1 9, 103 Secretary-Treasurer 1 101 Student Council Representative 1 9, 10, 11, 123 AFS 1 9, 10, 11, 12, Treasurer 1 11, 121 Vic- toriadores 1 10, 11, 121 Spirit Com. 1 10, 11, Spirit Com. Chairman 1 123 Medical Explores 1 9, 10, 11, Treasurer 1103V.P. 1 113 NHS 1 11, 122 FTA 1 11 secfTreas. 1 112 Class Treas. 1 11: Prom ex- ecutive Com. 1 113 Ir. Hist. 1 121 Powder Puff Football 1 11, 122 Mind Mart Par- ticipant 1 10, 11, 12. Kimberly M. Allen: Art Club 1 93 Reserves 1 103 IFTA - 11. Linus Alvarez: DECA -12, Iohn Anderson: Football 1 9, 10, 11, 123 Track 1113 Key Club - 9-11. Grant K. Andreasen: Football 1 93 NIHS 1 9-102 Eagle Scout 1 113 Boys' State 1 111 Who's Who 1 123 Senior Science Club 1 123 NHS 1 123 Cum Laude 1 12. Ricky Appelt: NIHS 1 93 Basketball 1 93 Industrial Arts Club 1 9-12, President 1 11, 12, Beau 1 11, 122 Cum Laude 112. Alice Arrington: Choir 1 9- 12, Musical Production "The Sound of Music" 1 9, "Hello Dolly" 1 11, UIL Solo and Ensemble 1 I 1 9. Tracey Baker: 2 First Division Solo Class I 1 93 First Divi- sion on Ensemble 1 103 First Division on Solo, 54 X sr. achievement Made District and Region Band 1 113 First Division on Solo and Ensemble, and made Flag Corps 712. Daniel Balboa: VICA and ICT - 12. Bret Baldwin: 9 1 IV Varsity Track: IV Varsity Footballg AFS Club 1 10, 113 Presi- dent ofthe AFS Club 112. Wayne Barefield: IFTA 1 93 Student Council Represen- tative 1 9: NIHS 1 9, 103 NHS 1 11, 123 President NIHS 1 101 "Engineer of the Year" 1 93 Varsity B- sketball 1 123 Best All Around 1 122 Personality Plus 1 123 Who's Who of American High School Students 1 123 Magna Cum Laude 1 123 Billy Traylor Award 1 12. Amy L. Barker: Reserves, Lieutenant 1 93 Vic- toriadores 1 103 IFTA 1 9, 103 French Club 1 10, 123 Iunior Historians, Vice President 1 123 Personality Plus 1 93 Class officer 1 10, AFS 1 9, 10, 12: Key Club Sweetheart 1 121 An- chor Club 1 10, 121 Student Council 1 93 Cum Laude 1 12. Mary Barnard: NIHS 1 93 IFTA 1 93 VOE IOEAI 1 Treasurer 1 12. Patrick C. Barrera: Vocational Welding 1 10, 113 Sergeant at Arms, VICA 1 10, 113 ICT 1 12. Earl Battey: Iunior Achieve- ment 1 9, 10, 113 President of Swap a IA Company 1 101 President of Power 1 IA Company, Iunior Historians 1 9, 10, 113 DECA 1 12. Cameron Bayer: VICA 1 11, Vice President 1 12. Corinne Bazar: NHS 111,123 Tennis 1 Varsity Award 1 113 Choir 1st Division Solo Medal 1 123 Magna Cum Laude 1 12. Loren Grace Beadle: Reserves 1 10: Victoriadores 1 11, 122 Iunior Historians 1 11, 121 Girls Chorus 9: Concert Choir 1 10, 11, 123 In- dividual Choir Awards 1 9-121 District Choir 10, 123 Region Choir 1 10, 123 Choir Sweepstakes 1 9-113 Galveston Choral Festival 1 9, 10, Music Festival Pro- gram Florida 1 113 Madri al Ensemble 1 11, 12: CTioir Musical "The Sound of Music" 1 93 Choir Musical "Hello Dol- ly" 1 113 Duet Award for Record Mine 1 10. Regan Belcher: Ir. Science Club 1 9, 103 Sr, Science Club 1 123 UIL District Band 1 10-123 UIL Region Band 1 11, 123 VHS Iazz Ensemble 1 123 VHS Band 1 9,10,11, 12. Rolando Benavides 1 9-12 Baseball. Irene Bernal: Library Club 1 93 Spanish Club 1 9-113 Anchor Club 1 112 IFTA 9-102 FTA 1 113 NHS 1 11, 123 S1200 Accounting Scholarship at Free Enter- prise Seminar 1 113 Stu- dent Advisory Committee forthe 1982 Free Enterprise Seminar112. Alicia A. Bianchi 1 NIHS 1 9-103 NHS 1 123 Anchor Club 1 10-123 Assistant Vice President 1 113 Ex- ecutive Vice President 1 123 Best All Around 1 103 Student Council 1 10-123 AFS 1 12: Track Sweetheart 1 123 Iunior- Senior Prom Chairman 1 112 Most Likely to Succeed 1 123 Cum Laude 1 12. Tammy Blankenship: Vic- toriadores 1 122 Ribbons in Marching Dance, and props 1 121 Who's Who in Teenagers. Kevin Bleier: Symphonic Band 1 93 Honors Band, Iazz Ensemble 1 10, Honors Band 1 111 Honors Band, Iazz Ensemble 112. Bernadette Bluhm: Library Club 1 9, 103 HOSE 111, 123 Area I contest award Dental Assistant, and Secretary 1 HOSA Club 1 12. Ieanine Boehl: Choir 1 10. Diane Bohach: VOE 1 12. Ioseph Borden: VICA 12: In- dustrial Arts Award 1 11. Lynn Branecky: Reserves 1 9, 103 Victoriadores 1 11, 121 Powder Puff 1 11, 123 NIHS 1 93 Anchor Club 1 10, 11, 123 AFS Club - 10, 11, 121 Cross Country Track Sweetheart 1 12. Richard Bright: NIHS 1 93 Tennis 1 93 Track 1 9-123 Football 1 103 Cross Coun- try 1 10-12: NHS 1 12: Key Club 111,12. Shelia Bro ger: FHA 1 9, 103 HERO Cgub 111,12. Cindy Brosch: NIHS 1 9, 103 VOE 1 121 OEA 1 121 Magna Cum Laude 112, Sandra Iean Bullard: Reserves 1 93 Choir 1 93 Distributive Education 1 11, 123 DECA Area Contest 1 12. Sam Burriss: Football 1 9, 10, 11, 12. Mike Caka: ICT, VICA 712. I. C. Camp: Career Develop- ment School: VICA member: Voct. Tec. 1 11, 12. Pedro Canal: AFS 1 122 Stu- dent Council 1 12, Shelly Cano: Art Club 1 93 IFTA 1 103 Spanish Club 1 10, 11, President 1 113 VOE, OEA 1 123 Student Council 1 121 Who's Who at Victoria High School - 12. Vivian Cano: Band 1 9, 1C 11, 12. Ieff Carroll: FFA 1 9, 10, 11 Greenhand Swine Produc tion Award, Chapte Farmer Swine Productioi Award: FFA Treasurer 1 io,N1Hs 1 9, NHS 1 12 Cum Laude 112. Lisa Chambard: Choir 1 E 103 Vocational Adjustmen Club - 11, 12, President- 12. Holly Childress: Band 1 S 10, 11, 12. Karen Chance: VICA 1 1C HECE-HERO Club 1 11 12, President 1 12. Lisa Chavarria: Library Clul 1 93 Iunior Future Teache of America 1 10, 11, 123 Of fice Education Association of America 1 11, Treasure 1 113 Office Education o America 1 12, President- 123 Pre-Lab BOE 1 11 VOE-CO-OP 1 12. Darla Clark: DECA 1 11, 12 Treasurer 1 12, DECA are: contest 1 12. Ieffrey Clausius: NIHS 1 9 103 Varsity Track 1 9, 10 11, 122 W o's Who Among American High Schoo Students 1 113 Cum Laudt 1 12. Iulie Cole: NIHS 1 9, 10 NHS 1 11, 12, Editoria Editor 1 123 Magna Cun Laude 1 12. April Cook: Reserves 1 9 IFTA 1 93 Student Counci 1 9, 101 Most Spirited 1 9 10: Cheerleader 1 10, 11 l 3 I l23 Homecoming Dutchess 3 10, 11, 123 Personality Plus 3 113 Football Sweetheart 3 12: IFTA 3 0. ana Cooper: Reserves 3 9, 0: Victoriadores 3 113 Ihoir 3 9,10,11,123Iunior Iistorians 3 11, 12: NIHS 3 93 Choir Musical 3 93 Sound of Music, Musical 3 1, o xx e o Dolly 3 lead ole: Choir Solo Contest 3 -'12. nger Copeland 3 IFTA 3 IOQ Iunior Historians 3 123 Sting Staff 3 12. nald Cortinas: Football 3 J: DECA 3 12: SPH 312. a Cox: Reserves 3 9, 103 Xrt Club 3 9. rren Crawford: Football IV - 9, 103 Varsity football 3 1, 123 Track IV 3 11, XIIHS 3 9, 10: NIS 3 11, 2: 3rd place region drafting T 103 3rd place state draf- mg 3 10: 2nd place re ion lrafting 3 113 4th pface ,istrict 3 IV 3 113 Magna Zum Laude 312. da Gribb: Reserves 3 9, 03 NIHS 3 93 NHS 3 11, 2: AFS 3 10 11 12' Ir Iistorians 3 9, 123 Ir. cience Club 3 103 Vic- iriadores 3 11, 123 Cum aude312. :hael Crider: Science Club I11,12:IETS 3 12. rgo Cuellar: Band 3 93 i rary Club 3 93 NIHS 3 Stingarette Basketball IV tanager 3 11,12. 1 Curl: Choir 3 93 NIHS 3 IFrench Club 3 101 AFS 3 9, 10, 113 AFS Publicity Chairman 3 All: Quill ti Scroll 3 11, 123 First lace Ensemble 3 93 Lilgrary Club 3 113 IFTA 3 93 Feature Editor 3 113 Co ex- ecutive Ed- 12. Tim Curry: HERO Club 3 12. Iohn Davila: Football 3 9: IV Baseball 3 93 Varsity Baseball 3 10, 11, 123 Spanish Club 3 12. Darlene Davis: Art Club 3 9, 10,11g1FTA 3 9, Donny Davis: Tennis 3 9, 10, 11, Robert Dechert: Honors Band 3 9, 10, 11,12. Mark Dermit: Library 3 93 Ir. Science 3 103 German 3 11, 123 Future Scientist of America 3 12. Artie Dial: French Club 3 113 DECA 3 12. Tessia Ann Dollery: IA 9, 10, 11, 123 State Pres. Elect., State Pres. 3 9-12, Chapter Record Book Chairman, VOE PEL 3 11, Pres. ICT 3 12, Secretary, Parliamen- tary Team, Student Council 3 12: APQ 3 12. Connie Domann: Reserves 3 9, 101 NIHS 3 93 IFTA 3 103 Iunior Historians 3 113 AFS 3 11, 123 FTA - 12: Secretary 3 123 Prom Com- mittee 3 113 Victoriadores 3 '11, '12. Stephanie Donnell: HOSA 3 12. Iames Dorsett: Football 3 93 IV Football 3 103 Varsity Football 3 11, 12: IV Baseball 3 9, 103 Varsity iley Lo an and Stacey Wenzel are pleased about lunch ile Lyncia Sutter and friend can't wait to eat. Baseball 3 11, 12, Football Fighting Stingers Award 3 12: 2nd Team All District 3 '12. Debra Dowler: Orchestra 3 9, Viola Section: 2nd Chair Viola section, 10. George Drazic: NIHS 3 9, T03 NHS 3 11, 123 Industrial Arts Club 3 10, 11, 123 Secreta 3 11 12 Math VY Y 3 Club 3 11, 123 Best of Show Regional IA Competition 3 113 Secretary for IA Club Parliamentary Team State Champs: Magna Cum Laude 3 123 Who's Who at Victoria High School 3 12. Michelle Dronet: Reserves 3 93 Ir. Historians 3 9, 10, 113 Year Book Staff 3 11, 123 Year Book Editor 3 123 IFTA39. Cheryl Duderstadt: DECA 3 '12. Randy Duke: Band 3 9, 10, 11, 123 Key Club 3 10, 113 Library Club 3 103 Photographer 3 123 I rating on Solo 3 9, 10, 11, Manager of Symphonic Band 311. Sharon Dum: Reserves 3 93 Victoriadores 3 10, 11, 12, IFTA 3 93 Student Council 3 9, 10, AFS 3 11, 123 Iunior Historians 3 11, 12, Vice President 3 9, 10, 11, 123 Key Club Sweetheart 3 11, 123 Homecoming Dut- chess 3 123 Personality Plus 3 9, 12. Iulie Dutcher: Marching Band 3 9, Squad Leader 3 10, 11, 12: Honors Band 3 10: Flute Section Leader 3 11, 12, Reporter 3 11, Chaplain 3 123 Band Sweetheart 3 T21 All District Band 3 11, 123 Texas Musical Tour 3 103 VHS Iazz Ensemble 3 101 UTA Drum Major Camp 3 123 Victoria Symphony Or- chestra 3 11, 123 Victoria College Band 3 11, 123 Six Flags Contest 3 Sweepstakes 9, 113 American and Iapanese Bandmasters Association Convention, Tempe, Arizona 3 103 Woodwind Librarian 3 103 Band Beau 3 123 UIL Solo, Class I rating I 3 9, 103 UIL Con- cert, Sightreading, and Marching Sweepstakes 3 9, 10, 11, 123 All State Solo, Rating I 3 93 All State Ensemble, Rating I 3 93 All District Band 3 9,10, 11,123 All Retion Band 3 9,10,11, 123 All Area Band 3 9, 10, 11, '12: All State Band 310, 11, 123 Iohn Philip Sousa National Memorial Honors Band 3 113 Iunior Historians 3 9, 12: AFS 3 12, NIHS 3 9, 10, NHS 3 11, 123 Latin National Honor Society 3 12, Who's Who Among National High School Students 3 12: Cum Laude 3 12. Fermin Espinoza: VICA 312. Gwen Etzler: NIHS 3 9, 103 NHS -11, 12, IFTA - 9, 103 FTA 3 11, 123 Cum Laude 3 12. Blaine Eubanks: Choir 3 103 DECA 3 12. Traci Eubanks: Iournalism 3 10, 113 Photography 3 10: IFTA39. Torry Evans: Vocational 3 113Tennis39. Robert Faltysek: Band 3 93 German Club 3 10, 11: Photographer 3 12. Katherine Farias: Stingarette Basketball 3 9, 10, 113 Stingarette Track 3 9, 10, 113 Annual Staff Photographer 3 11, 12: IFTA 3 9. Tammy Farmer: Annual Staff 3 11, 12, Editor 3 12: DE 3 123 DECA 3 123 Reporter 3 123 Quill 81 Scroll Honor Society 3 11, 123 Region Symphonic Band 3 11, 123 Area Band 3 11, 123 District Piano Musician Award 3 93 Region Piano Musician Award 3 113 National Piano Musician Award 3 103 Southwest Conference on Youth Ministry 3 103 Anchor Club 3 101 Student Council 3 T01 NIHS 3 9, 101 NHS 3 123 Orchestra 3 11, 121 Speech Team 3 '12: Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 123 Cum Laude 3 12. Donna Easley: Tennis 3 9,10, 113 AFS 3 10,11,12,1FTA 3 93 French Club 3 103 Vice President 3 113 Stu- dent Council 3 111 Iunior Historians 3 12. ' Leslie Iill East: Reserves 3 9, 103 NHHS 3 93 NHS 3 123 IA C ub Sweetheart 3 11, Treasurer, Sweetheart 3 12: IFTA - 9. Tammy I. Ebert: Choir 3 93 One-Act Play 3 93 All School Musical 3 9, 113 All School Play 3 10, Girls Acappella Choir 3 10, 11: Concert Choir 3 12: Select Girls Ensemble 3 113 All District Choir 3 12, UIL Solo and Ensemble Superior rating 3 10, 11,123 FHA Officer 3 9. Gregg Epley: NIHS 3 9, 103 IA Club 3 9, 10, 11, 123 VHS Woodworking Award 3 93 VHS Drafting Award 3 113 Iets 3 11: NIHS 3 10: Cum Laude 3 12. Mike Erickson: ICT 312. Pat Erskine: Basketball 3 9, 10, 11,123 Key Club 3 9,10. Sallie M. Escalona: Ir. Historians 3 93 IFTA 3 93 Industrial Arts 3 10, 11, 123 IFTA 3 103 FHA 3 113 AFS 3 12: FTA 3 11. sr. achievement X 55 What are you up to this time, Wayne? Keith Alan Eschenburg: Mar- ching Band A 9, 10, 11, 123 Drum Major A 123 Section Leader A 10,11,123 Honors Band - 9, 10, 11, 122 VHS Orchestra A 9, 10, 11, 123 Orchestra Principal Clarinetist A 10, 11, 123 "Fiddler on the Roof" Or- chestra A 103 'iHello Dol- ly," Orchestra A 113 "Lightshine". Terry Farris: Basketball Team A 9, 103 Key Club A 9, 10, 11, Treasurer A 12. Shelley Felux: NIHS A 9, 10, Secretary A 103 NHS A 11, 12, Vice President A 123 Anchor Club A 10, 11, 122 Iunior Director A 113 Outstanding Anchor Award A 11, 123 Secretary A 122 Speech Club A 9,10,11,12, Secretary A 10, Captain A 11, 12, President A 123 Outstanding Speaker Award A 11, 123 Regional Estemporaneous Speaking A 10: Speech Club Sweetheart A 123 Varsity Debate A 9, 10, 123 EX- ecutive Editor VICTORIAN News magazine A 123 Quill 8: Scroll A 123 Exchange Club Girl of the Month A 123 Who's Who at Victoria High School A 123 Magna Cum Laude A 12. Shannon Fitzgerald: Ir. Historians A 9, 10, 113 Reserves A 9, 103 French Club A 10, 113 Homerum Honey A 123 Iournalism Annual Staff A 12. Mary A. Flores: FHA A 9, 10, 111 Vocational Cosmetology - 11, 12. Tammy Flowers: VOE A 12. Doug Ford: DECA A 12. Brian Deith Fox: NIHS A 93 Basketball A 9,10,11,12. Darren Fox: Football A 93 IV Baseball A 93 Varsity Foot- 56 X senior achievement ball A 10, 11, 123 Varsity Baseball A 10, 11, 122 AFS Club A 12. Keith Fredericks: Industrial Arts Club A 9, 123 Vocia- tional Industrial Clubs of America A 10, 113 Chapter President VICA A 11: VICA District President A 113 VICA State Vice Presi- dent A 111 VICA Delegate to National Convention A 113 Fifth in Skill Speed con- test, VICA A 113 4th Place Project VICA A 113 3rd in Written Drafting Test A 93 2nd Place Drafting A 9. Ronnie Friedel: FFA A 9, 10, 11, 12, Secretary A 113 Ger- man Club A 10. Candace Frisbie: VAC A 121 VAC Sweetheart A 12. Iames Fritzinger: Vocational Technical, 2nd Vice Presi- dent A 103 VOC-TECH A 11. Felecial Fugua: NIHS A 9,102 NHS A 123 VHS Band A 9, 10, 11, 123 VHS Orchestra A 11, 123 Iunior Historians A 122 Flag Corps A 11, 122 IFTA A 93 Cum Laude A 12. Iim Furr: Football A 11, 123 Track A 12. Debbie Garcia: Band A 93 UIL Solo A 13 Symphonic Band A 103 UIL Solo A 13 District, Region, Area, pat- ches3 UIL twirling A divi- sion 1 rating3 District, Region, Area, patches: Symphonic Band A 12. Elsa Ann Garcia: Reserves Officer A 93 Spanish Club A Parliamentarian A 9, 10, 121 Art Club A 93 Vic- toriadors, 1st Soph. Lt. A 103 Victoriadores A 1st Ir. Lt3 Victoriadores Major A 123 1st place in Drill Team Solo Competition A 11, 123 Most Talented A 11. 123 Personality Plus A 11, 123 Homecoming Queen Nominee A 123 AFS A 11. joe R. Garcia: Baseball A 9, 113 Football A 9, IV A 101 Varsity A 11,12. Nancy Garcia: FHA A 113 HERO A 12. Richard Garcia: Football, IV Baseball A 93 DECA A 12. Rose Garcia: Reserves A 10, 113 IFTA A 9, 102 FTA A 113 AFS A 123 IA A 9. Virginia Garcia: Industrial Arts Club A 11,12. Tami Garrett: National Drill Team Achievement Award Winner A 123 Iunior Historians: Varsity Tennis A 12. Cathy Garza: FTA A 11, 123 Secretary!Treasurer A 123 Spanish Club A 11, 123 AFS A 11, 12: Student Council - 12. Rose Garza: Track A 9, 103 Reserves A 11, Officer Vic- toriadores A 123 Spanish Club A 10, 11, 123 AFS A 122 FTA A 12. Bernell Gibson: Art Club A 113 2nd place City In- dustrial Arts Compt. A 10. Vanessa Gibson: NIHS A 103 Iunior Science Club A 103 German Club A 113 Choir, 1st division medal A 12. Monica Gill: Girls Basketball A 9: IFTA - 9: NIHS A 9. 103 NHS A 11, 123 Magna Cum Laude A 12. Bryan Gillespie: Track A 93 Football A 9, 103 One of 28 in the United States Mexico and Canada to attend the American Wilderness Leadership School in Wyoming A 11. Steve Gleinser: VICA A ICT A 12. Iohn Godsey: VAC A 11, 122 President A 123 VAC Beau A 11,123VICA A '11, 12. Andy Gohn: Football A 9, 10, 113 NIHS A 93 Industrial Arts Club A 11, 123 Sergeant at Arms of In- dustrial Arts Club A 12. Cindi Gomez: Ir. Historians A 9, IFTA - 10: FTA - 11, State Convention A 123 Chairman A 123 Homerun Honey'sI11,12. Iuanita Ybarra Gonzales: Spanish Club A 9,12. Melinda Gonzales: FTA A 113 HERO Club A 123 AFS A 12. Rick Gonzalez: Victorian Magazine Staff writer Business Manager A 11, Business Manager A 123 French Club A 11, 123 Im- pact Staff A 113 Art Club A 9. Lori Gordon: Band A 9,10,11, 123 Flag Corps A 10, 11,123 AFS A 123 Anchor Club A 11, 123 Ir. Historians A 113 Solo contest A I division. r Mary Grahman: DECA A 12 Kristy Kay Gras: Reserves 93 District Choir A 1 NIHS A 9, 103 Region Chc A 122 UIL Superior Ratir in Solo A 10, 122 Ensemh - 103 Choir - 10, 11, 1 Concert Choir A 11, 1 Cum Laude A 12. Glenn Graves: NIHS A 9, 1 NHS A 11, 122 Basketbz A 9, 10, 11, 123 French Cll A 93 Cum Laude A 12. Darlene Green: Choir A 1 Office Education A 1 Historian A 12. Lance Green: Key Club A 1 12. Mike Greenday: Basketball - 93 Photographer A 11, 1 Quill Bt Scroll A 11, 1 Iunior Historians A 11. Kenneth Greenhill: Footb: A 93 Ir. Historians A ' IFTA A 103 Key Club A1 Laura Grieder: Reserves 10,113ViCtoriad0reS A 12 Lisa Guajardo: Band A 11, ' Spanish Club A 11, Ernest H. Guterez Ir.: Footb A 9,103NIHS A 9,101K Club A 11: IA A 103 1st I tramural Basketball A ' Spanish Club A 10. Eddie Haas: Tennis A 9, Te nis IV A 101 Tennis V A' Key Club A 11, 1 Treasurer A 121 AFS A 10, 11, 123 1st State Awa Architecture A 113 Germ Club A 112 IFTA A ' Nominee for Victoriadc Beau A 12. Rudie A. Haas: VHS Band 9, 10, 112 NIHS A 93 AFS 10, 11, 123 French Club 103 Medical Explorers A Key Club A 11, Parliame tarian A 12, Ianice Hahn: NIHS A 93 A chor Club A 10,11,12. Tim Hartley: Band A 11, ' Science Club A 12. Deborah Hawk: Band A 9, ' 113 AFS - 12, IFTA A 10, Danny Hawkins: Honc Band A 9, 10, 11, 123 IE Ensemble A 10, 123 K Club A 11. Patty Hawkins: Reserves A Victoriadores A 10, 11, Student Council A 93 IFf A 9, NIHS - 10: AFS - 123 French Club A 113 NI A 123 Powder Puff Footb Game A 11: Cum Laude 12. Rita Head: DECA A11,12. Maria Heaton: Medical T plorers: 113 OEA-VOE 121 Sergeant of Arms A 11 Robert Heinrich: Basketb A 3 lettersg Baseball A letter3 NIHS A 9, 103 A chor Club Beau A 12. Sharon Heiser: Reserves A 103 1st Lieut. A 101 NIHS 93 IFTA A 9, 103 Choir A Anchor Club A 10, 11, I Historian 3 Reporter 312: Victoriadores 3 '11, 12, Chaplain 3 12: Iunior 1 Historians 3 12: Powder Puff-11,12. Rhoda Helms: NIHS 3 9, 101 Tennis 3 1st place freshman district 3 9: Var- I sity tennis Team 3 10, 11, 1st Place LV District Tennis 3 10: Li rary Club 3 91 I Anchor Club 3 10, 11, 123 ' AFS 3 12: Iunior Historians 3 12: Cum Laude 3 12. Iillie Henk: NIHS 3 9: IV , Tennis 3 93 Spanish Club 3 10, 11: IFTA 3 10: AFS 3 10, 11: Varsity Tennis 3 10, 11, 12: Student Council 3 11, 12: Spanish Club Secretary 3 11: Sr. Science Club 3 11, 12: Outstanding I Business Typist 3 10: Math I Club 3 11, 12: NHS 3 123 ,Student Council Secretary W 3 12: Sr. Science Club Reporter 3 11, President 3 I 12: NHS Sweetheart 3 12: ISr. Science Club 'Sweetheart 3 12: Tennis Team Captian 3 12: Co Chandler Sportsmanship Award 3 11: Regional IQualifier Tennis 3 11: Cum Laude 3 12: Who's Who at Victoria High School 3 12. orree Hennig: Library Club 3 93 Girls Track 3 9,10,11, Trainer 3 10, 11: Victorian ,Staff reporter 3 12: NIHS I 3 9, 10: SPH President 3 . 12. Iheryl Herman: Reserves 3 19, 10: NIHS 3 9, 10: IFTA L3 93 DE 3 11, DE Treasurer 311: NHS 3 123 I Magna Cum Laude 3 12. ni Herman: Ir. Science Club 3 9, 10: Speech Club 3 10, ,11, 12: German Club 3 11, indy Ann Hernandez: Library Club 3 9: Ir, Sr, Spanish Club 310. dichael D. Hernandez: Foot- ball- 9,10,11,12: Baseball i 3 9, 10, 11, 12: Library Club , 3 9. Iobert Herndon: Football 3 I 9, 10, 11. llelissa Hessler: Reserves 3 11: Iunior Historians Club , 3 12. iavid Hill: Band 3 9,10: Key Club 3 9,10, 11. ieborah Hill: DECA 312. vel n Hinojosa: VOE Pre- Lab 11 eresa Hirsch: Reserves 3 9, 10: NIHS 3 103 NHS 3 11, W12: Iunior Historians 3 12: Anchor Club 3 11, 12: IFTA 3 93 Cum Laude 3 12. onnie Holden: Cosmetology -11,12:VICA -11,12. iana Holliday: Reserves, 1st Lieutenant 3 9: Student Council 3 9: IFTA 3 93 NIHS 3 9, 10: vic- toriadores 2nd So h. Lt 1 , p ,, 3 10: Thespians 3 10, 11, 12: Prom Committee Chairman 3 113 AFS 311: NHS 3 12: Ir. Historians 312:Cum Laude 3 12. David Hougham: Football 3 9: Iunior Science Club 3 10: DECA 3 123 ICT 312. Ieff Hudson: Key Club 3 11. Scott Hudson: Golf 3 9, 10: Key Club 3 11, 12: Football 3 9. Andrea Huff: Choir 3 9, 10: Library Club 3 10: FHA 3 11, 12: HOSA 3 121 Medical Explores 311,12 Kenneth Ianak: NIHS 3 9, '10: NHS 3 11, 12: Marching Band 3 9, 10, 11, 12: Sym- phonic Band 3 93 Honors Band 3 10, 11, 12: Or- chestra 9, 10, 11, 123 Band Brass Librarian 3 112 Band Captain 3 12: District Band 3 9, 10,11,12: Region Band 3 9, 10, 11, 12: Area Band 3 10, 11, 12: Rating of 1 in class 1 Solo 3 9,10,11,12: Math Club 3 11, 12: Vice President 3 121Who's Who 3 12: Magna Cum Laude 12 Iames I. Ianssen: Tennis 3 9: NIHS 3 9, 103 Speech 3 9, 10, 11, 123 Key Club 3 9,10, 11,12:TheSpians 310,11, 12: Quill 81 Scroll 3 12. William H. Ienkins: Tennis 3 9, IV Tennis 3 10, Varsity Tennis 3 11,12: NIHS 3 9, 10, Vice-President 3 10: Key Club 3 10, 11, 12, Secretary 3 113 Future Scientists of America 3 11, 12, Secretary 3 12: IETS 3 12: NHS 3 11, 12: President 3 12: Library Club 3 9: Who's Who 3 113 National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion 3 11: DAR Good Citizen Award 3 12: Ex- change Club Boy of the Month 3 12: Who's Who at Victoria High School 3 12: Valedictorian 312. David Iohanson: Band 3 9, 10, 11, 12, Marching Band 3 9, 10, 11, 12: Band Cap- tain Symphonic Band 311, Iaxx Ensemble 3 10, I on UIL Ensemble and Solo 3 10, I on UIL Solo 3 12: Six- flags Contest 3 9: Tempe Arizona trip with band 3 10: Six flags Contest 3 11: NIHS 3 91 NHS 3 123 Iunior Historians 3 93 Senior Science Club 3 12: Orchestra 3 12. Libby Iones: NHS 3 11, 12: Magna Cum Laude 3 '12. Thomas Iohnson: IV Tennis 3 9, 10: Library Club 3 9, 10: NIHS 3 9, 10: NHS 3 12: French Club 3 9, 10, '11, Treasurer 3 10: Key Club 3 11, 12, IV Boys Singles District 3 2nd place 3 10: Iunior Historians 311,12. Case Iones: FFA 3 9, 10, 1'l: Indlustrial Arts 3 10: DECA 3 11, 12: 1st place in State in wood Working Project. David Iordan: NIHS 3 9, 10: NHS 3 11, 12: Quill K Scroll 3 11, 12: Animal Staff- 11, 12: Library Club 3 9: Ir. Science Club 3 103 Sr. Science Club 3 1'l. 123 Photo Editor 3 11, 12: Vice President of Quill 81 Scroll 3 12: Cum Laude 312. Karen Ioslyn: Reserves 3 9, 10, 11: Art Club 3 9:10, 11, 12: Treasurer of Art Club 3 11, '12: NIHS 3 9, 10: VIC- toriadores 3 12: Cum Laude 312. Cynthia Kacir: NIHS 3 9: IFTA 3 93 Spanish Club 3 11: Chaplain 3 111 Science Club 3 12. Dee Ann Kagler: FHA 3 9: IFTA 3 101 FTA 3 11, Spoon River 3 11: Iunior Historians 3 12. Cumdo Kalmus: Reserves 3 10: Victoriadores 3 11, 12: NIHS 3 9, 101 FTA 311, Iunior Historians 3 12: Spirit Committee 312. Pamela Sue Kana: Industrial ARts Club 3 11, 12: Acapella Choir 3 12. Dwayne Keith: Industrial Arts 3 9: Key Club 3 11, 12: National Who's Who 3 12: Quill 81 Scroll 3 12: Photography 310,11,12. Brian Kennemer: FFA 3 9, 10: FFA Ag Coop 3 11,12. Debbie Klesel: NIHS 3 9: Anchor Club 3 10, 11, 12: Iunior Historians 3 12. Iohnny Krause: Art Club 3 9, 10. 12: Intramural Softball 3 '10, 11: Iournalism 3 11, 12: Staff Writer 3 11, 12: Art Editor, Victorian 3 12: Interscholastic Art Award 3 12: Honorable Mention 3 11. Laurie Ann Kresta: Science Club 3 9, 10: Library Club 3 9: Thes ians 310,11,12: Speech Cliib 3 10, 11, 12: Point keeper 3 12: French Club 3 10, 11: The Man Who Came to Dinner 3 10: Mumbo Iumbo 3 11: A Young Lady of Property 3 11: Sweeny Todd 3 12: Women ofTroy 712. Ioan Marie Kurzy: NHS 310, 11, 12: Band 3 9,10,11,12: Iump for Heart 3 122 Science Club 3 12: Michigan Scholarship Ex- cellence Award 3 12: Na- tional Iunior Classical League Excellence Award 310, Curt Laird: Orchestra 3 9, 10, 11: Key Club 3 9,10,11. Rebecca Lane: Band 3 9, 10, 11: NIHS 3 9, 10: Ir. Historians 3 9, 10: French Club 3 12: Anchor Club 3 10: Secretary 3 11, Presi- dent 3 '12: Sr, Science Club 3 11, HistorianfReporter 3 122 Prom Committee 3 113 Impact Literary magazine 3 11: Editor in chief 3 12: AFS 3 12: Re iresentative to Philadelphia Freedoms Foundation 3 123 Outstan- ding Anchor Award 3 '10, 11, '12: Optimist Club Outstanding Senior girls Award 312: Cum Laude. Mellissa K. Larson: Track 3 9: IFTA 3 9,10ZOEA 311. 12. Ronald Lees: Basketball 3 9, 10,11ZVlCA 312. Marae Lehnert: Symphonic Band 3 9: Honors Band 3 10, 11: Brass Librarian 3 12: District Band 3 10. 11, 12: Region Band 3 10, 11, 12: Area Band 3 10311, '12: IFTA 3 9, NIHS 3 9, 10, corresponding Secretary 3 9: NHS 3 11, Secretary 3 12: Anchor Club, Point keeper 3 10, Historian 3 11, Program Committee Chairman 3 121 AGS 3 9, 12: Secretary 3 10, Historian 3 '11: Student Council 3 10: Orchestra 3 9,10, 11, 12: Texas Bluebon- net Girls' State 3 11: Magna Cum Laude 3 12. Amy Ioan Lesissner: NIHS 3 9, 10: Library Club 3 9: Secretary 3 9: Orchestra 3 9, 10, 11, 12: Speech Club 3 10, 11, 12: Thespians 3 10, 11, 12: Science Club 3 12, Chaplain 3 12: NHS 3 12: Fall Drama Production 3 10:11, 12: rating of1 on solo 3 9, 11: rating of 1 on ensemble 3 11, 12: Varsity Show 3 10: Drama 2 Pro- duction 3 11: UIL Ready Writing Team 3 12: Magna Cum Laude 3 12. Darryl Lesak: Concert Choir 3 12: Track 312. Gina Lewis: II-'TA 3 9: HOSA 3 11: Iunior Historian 3 12. Rhonda Linam: NHS 3 12: Basketball 3 9,10, 11. Debbie Loesch: Library Club 3 93 NIHS 3 9: German Club 3 103 Ir. Science Club 3 10: Cosmetology 3 11, 12: VICA 711, 12: 1st place District and State Contest 3 11. Nanette Long: Band 3 9, 10, 11, '12: District Band 3 '10, 12: Spanish Club 3 10: NIHS 3 10: Orchestra 3 10, 11, 12: NHS 311: Hello Dolly 3 '11: Choir 311,122 Mu Alpha Theat 3 1'l, 12, President 3 12: Region Band 3 12: District C air 3 12: Region Choir 3 12: IETS 3 12: Cum Laude 3 12. Mannuel Longoria: Football 3 9, 10, 11: Track 3 9, 10, 11, 12: Industrial Arts Club 3 11, 12. Shirl Lott: VICA Chapter 299, President 3 11, 12: Outstanding Student in sr. achievement f 57 Electrical Trades 111,12. Mary Love: NIHS 1 9, 10: DECA 1 12, Secretary 1 12: German Club 1 10, 11: Cum Laude 1 12. Iohn A. Luna: FHA HERO 1 9, 10. Michelle McAlpine: Reserves 1 9, 10, Lieutenant 1 10: NIHS 1 9, 10, Sweetheart 1 io: IFTA 1 9, 10, Historian 1 10: AFS 1 9, '10, 11, 12, Hospitality Chair- man 1 9, 10: Student Coun- cil 1 9, 10, '11, 12. Safety Chairman 1 11, Cor- responding Secretary 1 12: Homerun Honey 1 9, 10: Anchor Club 1 10, 11, 12: Point director 1 12: Class Treasurer 1 10: FTA 1 11. Vice President 1 11: Class Secretary 1 113 NHS 1 11. 12: Victoriadores 1 11, 12, Historian 1 12: Class Presi- dent 1 '12, Powder Puff Football 1 11, 12: Magna Cum Laude 1 12. David McArthur: Key Club 1 11, 12: DECA 1 11, Presi- dent 1 '12. Terri McCauley: Library Club 1 9, 10: Ir, Science Club 1 10: Ir. Historians 1 12, AFS 1 12: French Club 1 121 Quill 81 Scroll 1 12. Holly Gail McCutcheon: Band 1 9, 10, 11, 12: Flag Corps 1 10, 11, 12, Flag Corps Co-Captain 1 123 LFTA 1 91 IFTA Point eeper 1 10: FTA 111,12: Future Teacher State Con- ventions 1 9, 10, 11: UIL Solo Superior Rating 1 9, 10: Stingaree Yearbook Staff 1 11 12' Stin aree - 1 8 Business Manager 1 12: IFTA Highest Pointer 110: Quill 81 Scroll 1 11: Quill Z9 Scroll Secretary Treasurer 1 '12 Cary McGrew: ICT 1 12: VICA 1 12. David McMullen: Band 1 9, 10. Mike McMullen: Band 1 9: VICA 1 11, 12, Vice Presi- dent 1 12. Susie McRae: NIHS 1 9, 10: IFTA 1 9: journalism Photographer 1 12. Tammy McVay: Library Club 1 9: FTA 111,12. Linda Mabe: Basketball IV 1 9, 10: Varsity 1 11, 12: Library Club 1 9: IFTA 1 10: FTA 1 11, 121 State Convention 712. Karen MacFarlane: Art Club 19: lr. Science Club 1 10: Sr. Science Club 1 11, 122 Member of Prom Commit- tee 1 11. Ioyce Mach: lr. Science Club 19,1U1I'IECE 111. Marilym Machart: DECA 1 11, 12, Vice President 1 12: DECA Area Award 1 11. Rami Wadieh El-Mahmoudi: 58 X sr. achievement NIHS 1 9, 10, Treasurer 1 10: NHS 1 11, 12, Treasurer 1 12: Math Club 1 10, 11: Ir. Science Club 1 10: Scholarship: Future Scientists of America Club 1 11, 12, Vice President 1 12: International Science and Engineering Fair 1 9: Local and Regional Science Fair awards, including awards from American Cancer Society, US Air Force, Eastman Kodak, Four County Phar- maceutical Ass,, and Medical Societies 1 9, 10, 11, 12: French Student of Year 1 11: Most Likely to Succeed 1 11, 12: Biology Summer Science Training Program 1 11: Texas lr. Science, Engineering, and Humanities Symposium 1 11: Texas Energy Science Symposium 1 113 Mentor- ship Program at MD Ander- son Hospital and Tumor In- stitute 1 12: Intramural Table Tennis Awards 1 9, 10: Wbo's Who at Victoria High School 1 12: Salutatorian 712, Todd Marbach: Vol Ag. 1 10, 11, 12: lr. Varsity Baseball 1 11: Varsity Baseball 1 12. Pattie Marburger: Band 1 9, 10: Ia 1 11, 12: IA Club 1 Letter: UIL Twirling I Rating 1 9. Lisa Marlow: Reserves 1 9: AFS 1 Pub, Ch, 1 10, 11: Library Club 1 9, 10, TreasurerfHistorian: French 1 10, 11: Thespians 1 10, 11, 12: Quill 81 Scroll 1 11, 12 1 President: Speech Club 1 9,10,11.12: HistorianfReporter: Sr. Science Club 1 12: Vic- torian Staff 1 11, Business Manager 1 12, Co Ex- ecutive Editor: NIHS 1 9, 10: 3rd place District Newswriting 111: OAP 1 10, 11, 12: Fall Play 1 10, 11, 12: Regional Newswriting 1 11: District Editorial 1 12: District Headlines 1 12. Greg Marshall: NHS 111,12: UIL one act play 1 11, 12: Basketball 1 11, 12: Letter 1 12: Magna Cum Laude 1 12. Leslee Martin: NIHS 1 9, 10: NHD 1 11, 12: Library Club 1 9: IETS 1 11: Magna Cum Laude 1 12. Pam Martin: Student Council 1 9, 10: Reserves 1 10: IFTA 1 9: Anchor Club 1 10, 11, 12. Sandra Martinez: Reserves 1 9, 10: IFTA 1 9, 10: Art Club 1 9, 12: Spanish Club 111: Student Council 1 9, 10: AFS 1 12. Connie Martinka: Track 1 9, 10, 11, 12: IFTA 1 9, 10: Vice President 1 10: FTA 1 11, 12: Vice President 1 12: Personality Plus 1 12: Who's Who at Victoria High School 1 12: Marjorie Vickers Award 1 12. Mary Ann Massey: Reserves 1 9, 10: Victoriadores 711, 122 IFTA 1 12: AFS 110. 12. Paul Brett Massey: Football 1 9, 10:Cl10ir 1 92 ICT 1 11. 12: ICT Vice President 1 12. Linda Matejek: Art Club 1 9, 12: French Club 111. Derek Mauzy: Band 1 9, 10, 11, 12: Orchestra 1 11, 12: Stage Band 1 10: All- District Band 1 10, 11, 12: All-Region Band 1 10, 11. '12:All-Area Band 111, 12: NIHS 1 9: NHS 111,122 Math Club 1 11: Secretary 1 12: IETS Certificate 1 11: Magna Cum Laude 1 12. Todd Maxson: Football 1 9, 10,11,12:Track 1 9,10,11: Key Club 1 11: NHS 712. Diana Medrano: Reporter 1 9: Library Club 1 9: Art Club 1 10: IFTA 1 10: FTA 1 11, 121 VOE Pre- Lab 111:VOE 112. Paul Meharg: Band 1 9, 10, 1i,i2:N1Hs 1 9,101Math Club 1 11. Susan Melenkevitz: Band 1 10, 11, 12: Reporter 1 12: Flag Corps 1 11, 12: District Band 1 11, 12: Region Band 1 11: Orchestra 1 11, 122 AFS 1 101 NIHS 1103 NHS 1 11,121lE'I'S 112: Science Club 1 12: Com- mended Student National Merit Scholarship: Magna Cum Laude 112. Larry Milulec: ICT 1 11, Stu- dent Advisorg ICT 1 12, President. Danny Montgomery: Football 1 9: Art C ub 1 10, 12: In- dustrial Art Club 1 12, Dawn Marie Moore: DECA 1 l, ll. Iulie Morgan: Symphonic Band 1 9: Honors Band 1 10, 11, 12: District Band 1 10, 11, 12: Region Band 1 10, 11, 121 Area Band 110, 111NIHS 1 9, 10: NHS 1 11, 12: Chaplain 112: Band Officer, Woodwind Librarian 1 12: Anchor Club 1 10: District Spelling 1 9: Region Spelling 1 9, All State Ensemble 1 First Division 1 10: Who's Who at Victoria High School 1 12: Magna Cum Laude 1 12. Susan Mothersbaugh: French Club 1 '11: Speech Club 1 11: UIL one act play 1 11: UIL District Speech 1 111 Thespians 1 12: Anchor Club 1 12: AFS 1 12: An- nouncer forthe VHS Varsi- ty Basketball team 1 123 VIIS Basketball Booster Member. Clark Mowdy: Industrial Art: 1 11, 12. Craig Mozisek: ICT 712. Brenda Cail Mueller: Basket- ball 1 9,10,'11,12. Donna Mungia: Reserves 1 9 io, Art Club - si, IFTA - 9 10: Spanish 19, 10, 11,12 Captain of Reserves 1 10 FTA 1 11, 12: Studen Council 1 10, 11, 12 French Club 1 11: Vic! toriadores 1 11, 12: AFS - 11, 12: Drama 1 10, 11. Cheryl Mutcheler: lr. IIistorians1'12. Mark Neal: Band 1 9, 10 FFA 110,11,12. Katina Neitsch: Reserves 1 9 10: Ir. Historians 1 9, 12 AFS 1 12: French 1 11 Science 1 10. Robert Nelson: NIHS 1 9 Library Club 1 9, 10: AFE 1 9: Orchestra Beau 1 9 Tennis 1 9,10: UIL Solo - 9: rating of I in Mumbt Iumbo 1 11: Variety Shov 1 Spring Production 1 12 Thespains 712. Diane Carol Nerada: DEI 1 12. Kyle Neuvar: IV Baseball 1 9: Varsity Baseball 1 10, 11 12: Industrial Arts Club - 12. Curtis Newman: NIHS 1 9 10: NHS 1 12: Key Club - 9, 10, 11, 12: Industrial Art: Club 1 12. Michelle Nicholson: Band - 9, 10: Honors Band 1 11 12: Anchor Club 1 11, 12 IFTA 1 9: French Club - 10, 11, 12, Secretary 1 11 All-District Band 1 10, 11 12: All-Regional Band - 11, 12: All-State Solo Firs Division Rating 1 11: Mar ching Band 1 9, 10, 11, 12 1st Division Rating UII Ensemble 1 12: Magna Cum Laude 112. Cheryl Niemann: Library Club 1 9: OEA 1 11 Historian Officer: OEA 1 12 1 Parliamentariar Officer. Laura Noble: Reserves: 9, 10 IFTA 1 9: Victoriadores - 11, 12. Tim Novak: Key Club 1 9,10 12: French Club 1 11: Or chestra 1 9,10:Sub-Varsitj Football 1 9, 10: Varsitj Football 1 11: Ir Historians 711. Lauren Novosad: IFTA 1 9 101 HOSA 1 11, 123 Girl, Choir 1 9. lames Odefey: Football 1 9 10, 11, 12: Track 1 10, 11 12: Key Club 1 10, 11, Iackie Olinger: Ir. Scienct Club 1 9: lr. Historians 1 10: Distributive Educatior 1 12: DECA 1 12 Stingaree Staff 1 11, 12 Assistant Business Mgr. 1 12: Quill 81 Scroll 1 11, 12 SPH Vice President W 12. ida Oliver: Basketball W 9: Erack W 9: Class Officer W : Class Favorite W 9: unior Historians W 9, 10: Iomerun Honey W 9, 10, 1,12:IFTA W 113 FTA W 2, Chaplain W 12: Student founcil W 12: AFS W 11, 2: Annual Staff W 12: 5rom Chairman W 11. chael Ordonez: Football, Irack W 9: Intermurals fVeight Lifting 1st Place W 0: Art Club W 12. ris O'Sullivan: Key Club W I, 10, President W 11: Lt, lovernor Division 25 W 12: FS W 9.10,11,121NIHS 9: Tennis W 9: Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12. ra Outlaw: IFTA W 9: Art lub W 10, 11.' Palacios: Reserves: 9: .reasurer W 9: Homecom- ng Duchess W 9, 10, 11: 'heerleader W 10, 11, Elead Cheerleader W 12: Ltudent Council W 9,103Ir. Iistorians W 9, 10: AFS W 23 Homecoming Queen W 2: Miss VHS W 12. Iran Pall: Tennis W 9, 10, 11, 12: NIHS W 9: Speech Ilub W 9: IFTA W 9, 10: Ir. cience Club W 10: lr. cience Club Sweetheart W 2: Anchor Club W 10, 11, 2: Outstanding Anchor W 0: Thespians W 10, 11, 12, ir. Science Club W 113 Stu- ent Council W 11, 12, Stu- ent Council Parliamen- irian W 12: AFS W 10, 121 QAR Contest Winner W 12, toria M. Palmer: igomemaking Club W 93 library Club W 10: Science Ilub W 12. r Parker: NIHS W 9: Ir. liistorians W 9, Reserves W 3 Victoriadores W 10, 11, 23 Officer, 3rd Iunior Lt., 'owder Puff W 11: Vic- Jriadore: Officer, 2nd enior Capt., Powder Puff - 12: AFS W 12. 'olyn Patek: Symphonic rand W 9, 10: Honors Band - 11, 12: NIHS W 9, 10: IHS W 11,12:IFTA W 93 r. Historians W 12: Latin Ionor Society W 12: Mar- hing Band W 9,10,11,121 'lag Corps W 10, 11, 121 quad Leader in Flag Corps 11, Captain of Flag Corps E123 Band Librarian W 10: Land Secretary W 12: UIL olo W 1st Division W 9,11, 2: Marching Band UIL tweepstakes W 9, 10,11, 12: lempe Arizona Band Con- Iert for ABS-IBA Conven- ton W 10: Six Flags Concert land Concert W 1st Divi- ion W 11: Magna Cum laude W 12. on Patterson: Key Club W :Football W 9,10,11, 12. Jert A. Pena: NIHS W 9. iela Penn: Reserves W 93 Track W11,12. Henry Perez: Football W 9, 10: Track W 93 French Club W 12: Industrial Arts W 12. Linda Petru: NIHS W 9, 101 Library Club W 9, 10: NHS W 12: Track W 9,10,11,12: Cum Laude W 12. Laureen Pickle: Band W 9, 10, 11, 121 Cl1Oil' W 10, 11, 122 NIHS W 9, 10: NHS W 12: Flag Corps W 10, 11, 12: Received I rating on Class I solo, Band W 9, 10, 12: Received I rating Class II solo, Choir W 12: I rating class I solo W 11, 12: I rating class I ensemble Band W 10, Choir W 12: Received I rating class I ensemble at State Solo!Ensemble Band W 10: Member District Choir W 10, 11, 12: Math Club W 12: AFS W 123 Latin National Honor Society W 12: Cum Laude W 12. Bryon Pogue: DECA W 11, 12. Kim Pollard: Reserves W 93 Speech Club W 9, 10, 11, Vice President W 113 Thes- pians W 10, 11, 12: DECA W 12: Historian W 12. Hanky Porter: Basketball W 9, 10, 11, 123 All-District, Team W 11, 12: Most Valuable Player in District W 12: Captain W 12. Bridgett Postel: Annual Staff W 11, Copy Editor W 12: Quill 8: Scroll W 11: Impact Staff W 11: Free Enterprise Seminar W 12: S500 DeLeon Club Scholarship. Ionathon Lee Powell: NIHS W 9: Library Club W 9, 10: Band W 9, 10: Honors Band W 10. Cody Powitzky: VICA W 12. Am Pribyl: NIHS W 10, Chaplain W 9: Student Council W 9: Treasurer W 10: President W 11, Reporter W 12: Tennis W 9, 10, 11, Captain 9: Anchor Club W 10,11: French Club W 9, 10, 11, Vice President W 10: Library Club W 93 lunior Historians W 113 Quill gl Scroll W 11, 123 The Victorian W Asst. Sports Editor W 11, Sports Editor W 12: Optimist Cirl of the Year W 11: Who's Who W 11: Most Likely to Succeed W 9, 10, 11, SPH Treasurer W 12. Tammi R. Pullini VOE W 12. Linda Purdy: Reserves W 9: Victoriadores W 10: Cheerleader W 11, 12: IFTA W 93 Ir. Historians W 11: AFS W 123 News Paper Staff W 12: Homecoming Dutchess W 11, 12. Ceorgia Ann Ramirez: FHA -12. Lisa Ramirez: IFTA W 9, 10: DECA W 12: SPH W 12. Cristina Ramon: Spanish Club W 12: AFS W 12. Bobby Redden: Vocational Iill East looks forward to the future. School W 10, 11, Vice Presi- Dist. Secretary W 12. f1eHt11CT -12' Repgrier' Ieanette Rojos: Reserves W 9: Dereck Reeder: Basketball W Iunior Historians W 93 Art 12. ClubW11:VOEW12. Michael Reedy: Tennis W 9, Leo Ross: Football W 9, 10, 11: 10, 11: Key Club W 10, 11, TFaCk19,10,1'l. fi Mike Ross: Golf W 9, 10, 11, Industrial Arts Club W 10, 11: Outstanding Architec- tive Award W 10,11. Ruben Rendon: Industrial ArtsW9. Roseanne Resendez: Band W 9, 10, 11, 12: Spanish Club W 11, 12: Iunior Historians W 10, 12. Mary Reynolds: HOSE W 11, 12, Treasurer W 11: Presi- dent W 12. Laura Riesz: Reserves W 9: NIHS W 9: French Club W 9, 103 AFS W 12: IFTA W 9, 10: Victoriadores W 10, 11, 12. Frank E. Rivera: Track Manager W 93 Intermural Weight Lifting twice 1st place W 9: Distributive Education W Vice Presi- dentW12. Kerry Roddy: Football W 9: Key Club W 10, 11: HERO '11. Elsa Rodriguez: Marching Band W 9, 10, 11, 12: con- cert band W 9: Sym Band W 10, 11,122 Flag Corps W 11, 12: Flag Officer W 12: An- chor Club W11,12:IFTA W 10: Ir. Historians W 11: AFS W 12: Spanish Club W 10, 11. Leticia Rodriguez: Ir. Historians W 9: IFTA W 10: Spanish Club Vice Presi- dent W 11: VOE-OEA W 12, OEA Secretary W 121 PASF 12: Varsity Golf W 9,10, 11, 12: All District W 10. Georgia Alez Ruiz: NIHS W 9: Art club W 9, 11: Art club President W 12: City Art Show 2nd and 3rd W 113 Outstanding Student Award W Drawing and Painting W 11: Scholastic Art Awards W Cold Kev and blue ribbon Finalist W 12. Maria Ruiz: Basketball W 9: Track W 9,10,11,12. Samm Saenz: Iunior Varsity ColIyW 9: Varsity Golf W 10, 11, 12: Spanish Club. Trayce Elise Salyer: NIHS W 9: Reserves ap ain W : Vic- toriadores W 10, 11, 12, Lt. and Capt. W 11, 12: French Club W 10, 11: FTA Parlimentarian W 11: Iunior Historians W 9, 10, 11, 12, Secretary W 12: Choir W 9: Librarian W 9: Basketball Sweetheart W 12: B.B. Nominee W 11, 12: SIL 1st Division Rating Dance Solo W 12: 3rd Place Honeybee Dance Comp, W 12: SMU Dance Scholarship W 93 Miss Texas Drill Down W 11. Victor Santiago: Outstanding Spanish Student Award W 11. Ron Schfer: DECA W 12. Susan Scaief: -Ir. Historians W 9, 12: AFS W 10, 11, 12: French W 113 Ir. Science sr. achievement X 59 Club 4 10: Reserves 4 9, 10: Victoriadores 411,12. Milissa Schmeltzer: NIHS 4 9: NHS 4 12: Reserves 4 10: German Club 4 9, 10: Iunior Science Club 4 9, 10: Cum Laude 412. Kay M. Schroller: NIHS 4 9, 10: Anchor Club 4 11, 12: German Club 4 10: Point Keeper 4 11: Cum Laude 4 12. Iohn Shulte: AG. 9, 10: CDS 4 11, 12. Ricky Schusterreit: DECA 4 12. Steve Seerden: Speech Club 4 11,12. Pam Shaw: FHA 4 9: HOSA 4 11, 12. Tonya Shaw: Reserves 4 9: President 4 9 Student Council 4 9, 10, 11, 12: Iunior Historians 4 9, 10: Choir 4 9: Iournalism 4 11, 12, Class Editor 4 122 Most Outgoing 4 10: Ten- nis 4 10, 11: Quill 8: Scroll 4 11, 12: Prom Committee 4 11: Hom-run Honey 4 10, 11, 12. Mark Shoemake: Industrial Arts Club: Photographer. Sharon Simms: Ir. Science Club 4 9, 10, Reporter: IA 4 Vice President of Sales 4 10: District Choir 4 12: Region Choir 412: Ensem- ble I 4 10, 12: Choir 4 9, 10, Treasurer 4 11, 12: Vic- torian News Magazine Staff 4 12: News Editor: Iunior Historians 4 12: Two musical productions 4 9, 11. Michelle Simons: Reserves 4 9: IFTA 4 9: FTA 4 11: French Club 4 10, 11: NIHS 4 9, 10: Medical Ex- plorers 4 9, 10, 11, Secretary 4 11, Vic- toriadores 4 10, 11, 12: Powder Puff- 11: NHS 4 11, 12: Anchor Club 4 10, 11, 12: Interclub Chairman 4 12: AFS 4 12: Science Club 4 12: Class Treasurer 4 12: Cum Laude 4 12. Iim Simpson: Football 4 9: Track 4 9: ICT 4 12. Harold Sims: Football 4 9,11, 12: Basketball 4 9: Track 4 11, 12. David Slover: Basketball 4 9, 10,11, 12: Library Club 4 9: French Club 4 9,10:NIHS 4 9, 10: NHS 4 11,12. Allen Smith: Tennis 4 9, 10, 11, 12: Varsity Tennis 411, 12: Key Club 4 11, 12: Iunior Historians 4 9,10. Lon E. Smith: AFS 4 9: Key Club 4 9: Iunior Historians 4 11, 12. Peggy Smith: Band 4 11, 12: Fa Corps 4 12: Math Clui 4 11, 12: Secretary Math Club 4 12: Science Club 4 12: NHS 412:UIL Solo Superior Rating 4 11: Cum Laude 4 12. 60 X sr. achievement Tammy Smith: FFA 4 11: Rodeo Club 4 9, 10: VICA 4 11,12: FHA 41tl,11. Terry E. Smith: Football 4 9: Industrial Arts Club 4 10: Sergeant at Arms 4 11, Reporter 4 12. Pam Smithey: NIHS 4 9, 10: Math Club 412: FSA 412: Cum Laude 412. Carolyn Sneed: Girls Basket- bal 4 9,10,11,12. Cynthia Solis: FHA 4 9, 10: NIHS 4 9: Spanish Club 4 10, 11, 12: Cosmetology III 4 11, 12. Candy Spaulding: Girls Choir 4 9, 10, 11: All District Choir 4 9, 10: Select Ensemble 4 10: Concert Choir 4 12: French Club 4 10. IoAnn Spellacy: Reserves 4 9: Orchestra 4 9,10, 11, 12: NIHS 4 9: Ir. Science Club 4 9, 10: Sr. Science Club 4 11, 12: Cum Laude 412. Andy Startz: FFA 4 10, 11: VICA 4 11, 12, Secretary 4 12. Iim Steele: HERO Club 4 Club 4 12: Beau 412. Sabrina Steelman: Reserves 4 9, 10: IFTA 4 9: Iunior Historians 4 10: Iunior Class President 4 11: AFS 4 12: Most Spirited 4 12. Laura Stevens: FFA 4 9, 10: Iournalism 412. Karen Stindt: VOE 4 12: Cum Laude 4 12. Terry Stoebner: State Music Award 4 9: Country Agriculture Awards 4 9: Country Agriculture Awards 4 10: Agg. Coop. 4 12: State Rodeo Finalist 4 12 Kelly Sullivan: Art Club 410: Science Club 412. D'Lesa Lea Sumbera: Reserves 4 9, 10: Vic- toriadores 4 11, 12: Ir. Historians 4 9, 11, 12: An- chor Club 4 12: Girls Choir 4 9: Concert Choir 4 10, 11, 12: Voted Most Talented 4 9: Individual Choir Awards 4 9, 10, 11, 12: District Choir 4 9, 10: Region Choir 4 10: Choir Sweepsakes 4 9, 10, 11: Galveston Choral Festival 4 9, 10: Music Festival Pro- gram Florida 4 11: Madrigal Ensemble 4 10: Choir Musical The Sound of Music 4 9: Musical Hello Dolly 4 11. Wally Summers: DECA 4 11, 12. Mark Svrcek: NIHS 4 9, 10, Beau 4 10: Basketball 4 9, 10, 11: French Club 4 9,10: AFS 4 10, 11, 12: Key Club 4 12: NHS 4 11, 12: Bezlll 4 12: Who's Who at Vic- toria High School 4 12: Cum Laude 4 12. Tammy Tanecka: Symphonic Band 4 9, 10: Flag Corps 4 11: Honors Band 4 11, 12: Library Club 4 9. Randy Taylor: Honors Band 4 9, 10, 11, 12: Percussion Section Leader 4 11, 12: District Band 4 9,10, 11, 12, Region Band 4 9,10,11,12: Who's Who at Victoria High School 4 12: Cum Laude 4 12 Brenda Thomas: IFTA 4 9: Basketball 4 9, 10, 11: Track 4 9: French 4 10: OEA-VOE 4 12: Reporter 4 12. Kenda Thomas: IFTA 4 9, 10: HECE 412: HERO 412. Mar aret Thompson: Basket- bdil 4 9: IV 4 10, 11: Varsi- ty Track 4 9, 10, 11, 12: Varsity Cross Country 4 10,11, 12: Mile Run 880 yd. dash 4 10: Triple D Award, Regional Qualifier 4 Mile Run 4 9, 10, 11: Most Mischievous 4 9: II-'TA 4 9: Student Counci 4 10: .Anchor Club 4 10: Io- rnalism 4 11: Prom Com- mittee 4 11: American High School Athlete 4 12: journalism 4 Sports Editor 4 12: Ir. Historians 4 12: AFS 4 12: Quill 81 Scroll 4 12. Tony Tisdale: NIHS 4 10: NHS 4 11. Gayle Todd: Reserves 4 9, 10: Victoriadores 4 11, 12: 1st Senior Lt. 4 12: NIHS 4 9: German Club 4 9, 10, 11: Anchor Club 4 12: Iunior Science Club 4 9, 10: Vice President 4 9: AFS 4 9,12: Victoriadores 4 Most Im- proved Iunior 4 11: Most Mischievous 4 10, 11, 12: Iunior Historians 4 12: Powder Puff 4 11, 12. Iacciueline G. Torres: Art C uh 4 9, 10: Spanish Club 4 12: HOCE 411,12. Lori Torres: Impact Staff 4 11: Yearbook Staff- 11, 12, Editor 4 12: Quill 81 Scroll 4 12: Student Council 4 12: AFS 4 12. Rudy Torres: NIHS 4 9, 10: Science Club 4 12: Cum Laude 4 12. Ioe R. Trevino: NIHS 4 9,10: Ir. Science Club 4 9, Treasurer 4 1'0: Math Club 4 11: Key Club 4 123 AFS 4 12: Senior Science Club 4 12, Vice President 4 12: Student Council 4 Representative 4 10, Reporter 4 11, President 4 12: District XI Secretary 4 12: IETS 4 12: Texas Boys' State 4 11: Optimist Club Youth Citation 4 12: Stu- dent Council State Delegate 4 10, 11, 12: United States History Scholastic Contest 4 1st Place 4 9: Who's Who 4 12: Cum Laude 4 12. Michelle Trevino: Varsity Cross Country: Track 4 9, 10, 11: Library Club --9, 10 Regional Qualifier Track 4 9: Spanish Club 4 12: Ar Club 4 9, 10, 11: Iunio Historians 4 '11: Medica Explorers 410,11. Rusty Tripp: Band 4 9, 10, 11 12: NIHS 4 9, 10: Receivec ones on Ensembles in Band German Club 4 11 Science Club 4 12: Matl Club410, Yolanda Tristan: Library Clul 4 9: IFTA 4 10: FTA: VOI Pre-Lab Sergeant at Arms OEA Vice President. Stacey Lynn Tucker: Girl: Basketball 4 9, 10, 11, 12 NIHS 4 9, 10. Barbara Tyner: DE 4 11, 12 Officer, Historian, Reporte, 12 Karen White: NIHS 4 9: I. 4 9: Up the Down Staircas 4 9: Reserves 4 10, 11: A' Club 4 11: Victoriadc Manager 4 12: Powde Puff 4 12: AFS 412. Shelli White: VICA 4 1 Cosmetology 4 11, 12. ' Robert Wilburn: Industri: AI'1S 4 11, 12. Elise Wilkins: Reserves 4 ' 10: Choir 4 9, 10, 1 Library Club 4 9, 10: AF 4 9: Track 4 9: VOE 412 Mark Williams: VIC. Parliamentarian 411,12. Wade Wilson: NHS 4 12: I1 dustrial Arts 4 11, 12, Vit President 4 12: Nation Scholarship Award - Quarter Finalist: Industri Arts Club Regional Cor petition 4 2 Best of Shovi 6 First Place Ribbons 1 I 2nd Place Ribbons: I dustrial Arts Club Sta Competition, 1 4 1st Plat Ribbon: Best Overall Dre tint Student: Cum Laude 12. Delbert D. Woods Ir.: Footbz Manager 4 9: HERO 4 1 12. Iana Wright: Reserves 4 Reserve Officer 4 HOSA 4 11, Reporter 11: Victorian Nev Magazine 4 11, 12: Dat Management 4 12: Quill Scroll 4 11,12:IFTA 4 9 Molly Wright: Choir 4 9, ' 11, 12: NIHS 4 9: Ch. Secretary 4 11: Chr President 4 12: Girls Chi Vice President 4 9. David Yeary: Football 4 9, ' NII-IS 4 9, io: NHS 4 12: Track 4 9: IV Track a Cross Country 4 10: Var ty Track and Cross Coun 4 11, 12. Kathleen Dann Young: NII 4 9, 10: NI-IS 4 11, Washington Worksh Representatives 4 ' Library Club 4 9, French Club 4 10, Publi ty Chairman 4 11: Choir 9, 10: Mu Alpha Thete 10, 113 Anchor Club 1 10, 11, 121 Cum Laude 1 12, flatt Young 1 NLHS 1 9, 103 Ir. Science Clu 1 93 Quill 81 Scroll 1 11,123 NHS 1 123 Magna Cum Laude 1 '12. ebra Zaiontz: NIHS 1 9, 103 NHS 1 IZ, French Club 1 10, 12, Treasurer 1 113 FTA 1 123 Cum Laude 1 12. tmes Zamora: Band 1 9, 10, II, Superior Rating in Solo and Ensemble Contest 1 9, 102 DECA 1 12. huck Zavesky: Football 1 9, 103 Key Club 110, 11, 121 Yearbook Staff 1 113 Quill 8: Scroll 1 113 NHS 1123 Track 1 9, 10, 11, 12, District Champs 1 10, 11, 12, Regional Qualifier Mile Relay 1 10, 11, District Champ 440 Meters 1 11, 12, Regional Champ 400 Meters 1 11, 12, State Qualifier 400 Meters 1 11, American High School Athlete 1 12, District ,Champs Mile Relay 1 123 Who's Who at Victoria High ,School 1 12. rlando Zepeda: NIHS 1 9, 103 Industrial Arts 1 IZ, Art Club 1 9. sa Zuniga: NIHS 1 9, 103 NHS 1 11, IZ, Student Council 1 11, 12: French Club 1 9, 10, President 1 II, Anchor Club 1 10, 11, 123 Tennis 1 9, 10, 113 Science Club 1 123 Year- book Staff 1 11, Co-Editor l- 12: IFTA - 103 Quill 81 Scroll 1 II, Girls' State 1 ill, Girls Nation 1 113 AFS '1 9, 103 Who's Who at Vic- toria High School - 123 Cum Laude 712. ince Uherek: VICA 1 12, Treasurer 1 12. elissa VanMarel: NIHS - 9,103 NHS - II, '123 AFS 1 9, 10, 11, 123 Hosted Students 1 9, 113 Reserves 1 9,10,Lt.1 103 IFTA 1 9, 10, President 1 103 FTA 1 i11, President 1 113 Ir. lHistorians 1 123 Anchor ,Club 1 10, 11, 123 Commit- itee Chairman 1 123 Sound lof Music 1 93 Hello Dolly3 Choreographer 1 113 IFTA Sweetheart 1 103 Girls Chorus 1 93 Concert Choir 1 10, 11, 123 All Region Choir 1 9, 10, 11, 123 All Area Choir 1 10, 123 All State Choir 11231stRatin in Class I UIL Solo ang Ensemble 1 9, 10, 11, 123 1st Rating in Galveston Solo and Ensemble Contest 1 103 High Ranking Girl- 12. :rri Van Slooten: VOE 1 Pre Employment Lab 1 113 VOE Co-op 1 123 OEA 1 '12. in Van Slooten: VICA, Machine Shop CDS 1 11, 12. ivid Vasquez: Band 1 9, 10, 'll, 12: Spanish Club 1 9, 10, '11, 12: Vice President 1 10, Beau 1113jazz Band 1 12: AFS 112. Robert Vasquez: Football 1 9, 10, 11, 12: Basketball 1 9, 102 Track 1 9,10,11,12. Adolph Vega: Baseball 1 9, 10, 11, 12: Spanish Club 1 '12. Greg Verret: Industrial Arts C ub 1 103 Art Certificate of Merit 1 10, 113 Art Gold Key Finalist 1 12. Mary Vickery: Football 1 9, 10,11,1z,'rmck 1 9,10,11, 123 NHS 1 11, 123 Cum Laude 1 12, Bernard Villarreal: Football 1 92 DECA 1 '11, 12. Bert Villarreal: Industrial Arts 1 11, 123 FTA 1 103 Voca- tional Industrial Club of America 1 113 President 1 12: Football 1 9. Mary Alice Partida Villarreal: FHA 1 12. David R. Vivian: Symphonic Band 1 9, 103 1 Solo 1 9, 103 Key Club 1 11, 123 AFS 1 12, Speech Club 1 123 Debate 112. Paula Vrazel: Basketball 1 9, 10,11,123NIHS 1 93 Triple D Award 1 103 Ir. Historians 1 123 Who's Who at Victoria High School 1 12. Richard Wade: Football 1 9, 10, 11, IZ, Basketball 1 93 Track 1 9, 10, 11, 12, Cap- tain 1 123 Key Club 1 11, 12: AFS 1 12. Mitch Wagner: Band 1 9, 10: Symphonic Band Manager 1 10, Band Scholarship to Arizona State 1 103 Presi- dent of Vica Club 1 11, 123 Vocational Student Council Member 1113 Key Club 1 123 President of Vocational Student Council 1 12: VICA 1 District Competi- H011 - 11, 12. Deena Waitschies: Reserves 1 9, NIHS 1 9, io, AFS 1 9, 10, 11, IZ, Ir, Historians 1 9, 10, 11, 12, Vice Presi- dent 1 123 French Club 1 10, 113 Student Council 1 113 Victoriadores 1 10, 11, 123 Prom Chairman 111. Bret Wakefield: VICA 1 11, 123 State Competition Woodworking Award 1 103 District Award 111. Patricia Waldrop: Basketball 1 9, 10, 11: Track 1 9,10, 11, Track Varsity Ilacket 1 93 Industrial Art C ub 1 123 Track Medals 1 9, 103 Basketball Medals 110,11. Lisa Walker: District 1 11, 12, Region 1 11, 123 Solo 1st Division 1 9, 10, 113 Ensemble 1st Division 1 9, 10, 11, 123 Medium Ensem- ble 1st Division 1 9, 10, 11, IZ, French Club 1 113 Choir 1 9,10, 11, 123 Drama 1 10, 113 Outstanding Choir 12? 5 2, uf A Q I Il. 1 sit aLJ 3 2 2 Molly Wright shows her expression after receiving her diploma. Member 1 10, Hello Dolly 1 113 Sound of Music 1 9: Man Who Came to Dinner 1 103 Spoonriver 1 113 N11-is 1 3. Courtney Wash: IV Baseball 1 93 Varsit Baseball 1 10, 11, 123 Football 1 93 Varsity Football 1 10, 11, 123 Al District 1st Team, All State 2nd Team 1 123 Team Cap- tain 1 123 All District Hon Men 1 113 All District 2nd Team 1 11. Ieff Weaver: NIHS 1 93 Key Club 1 AIO: Band 1 9, 10, 113 DECA 1 12. Mitchell Webb: DECA 1 123 Boys Golf 1 11. Ty Weeks: Track Varsity 1 10, 113 Cross Country 1 10, 113 IV Football 1 103 Cross Country Team Captain. Randy Wegner: Key Club -- 12. Russell Westbrook: Key Club 1 IZ. Chance White: Thespians 1 10, 11, 12, President 1 123 Speech Club 1 9, 10,11, 12, Pointkeeper 1 11: Sr. Science Club 1 11, IZ, Stu- dent Council 1 123 NHS 1 123 Varsous Drama Produc- tions 1 9, 10, 11, 123 Honorable Mention One Act Play 1 103 Debate Squad 1 9, 10, 11, 12, Cap- tain 1 123 UIL Regional Debate 1 11: State UIL Debate 1 11, District Debate 1 11, 123 Tennis 1 9: Library Club 1 93 Best Debator 1 113 Varsious Speaking Award 1 9, 10, l'1,'l2. sr. achievement X 61 J., mf' Evra President - Lynne Lowder Vice-President - Kathy Davis Treasurer - Amy Alkek Secretary - Wendy Wayne s 62 X juniors ' 11 gf f. Juniors hs. , s ,, ,,,, we ,. Brian x , juniors I 63 Junior favorites " I ' f - - f KK, ' ' ' 5 1 ,, .,,. .. .i .,,,. v,,. ,W kL..,, L.,k K ,, . .. ., ., X A Most likely to succeed Hani Mahrnoudi Gay Fitzhenry not pictured 64 f favor Most mischievous Nicki LaGregga David Frost bfi ll7J' i Most spirited urie Merrill Troy Iohnson T ' W' i"' 'rf L X .z A f: " vs.. .sfnrr MM X x if mel xilwwv-W"A"W' A - ' MT' -"'M'Z'IW2-w.,,j Wifi' 1' LNi"'i'I,X2x 'Rc fs-'--W01+f'1f - m am ' sg'1i1su3m::11s.w.a-s:,,m-X53-ivw v e N r,,rr o- w Aw favorites f 65 66 Junior fawflles W, ,,kk , ,..,, , ,. L, ,.,,.,. ,.,. . .-1 ,. , f V , . , -n 1--f--ff-wi:-,e .1,.f,-f-,r.m.m,,l- K-f,-vz,.fw..fz,-f-.1,-- f f .-,,. . ,.,... , , ,- K ,,, h ,,., .,,L,L, Q ,,.l,-,, , ,, ,, .Z I , - g H 12 ' , ' - " ,gi Eff.',5.7li,,-fQf'2f"f' l Best all around Laurie Merrill Dean DeAtley Most athletic ulonda Wimbish Alfred Gomez Most talented Brenda Macha Dean DeAtley 1'- K Jt,l,, , . 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J, 5, L,.., W--1,..v,,.fM.ff ,..,,l.,. ,, .,- W U favorites f 67 Devon Abbott Diana Adams Mike Adams Tamera Adams Patricia Aguillon Leo Alaniz Mark Albarez George Alexander Amy Alkek Angelle Allemand Louise Alvarez David Anderson Debra Andres Donna Andres Eva Arendoque Brian Arterberry Iames Avery Martha Avila Leticia Avila Beverly Baker Erin Bandy Ioe Barrera Lisa Barrientes Kirk Barringer ...'V:' i V ,uf g gf in Q fx I4 W gr 4 V Q - t Akjkkylikg Donna Andres, Ianette Brannan and, Laura Trotter know Iuniors are number one. ,lik L L- ' N Lisa Barrow Darrell Bay Dion Bazar Brenda Beams Cathie Behrend Raul Beltran Robert Benavidas Ioe Bernal Odis Bland Tina Blankenship Brad Blanton Ellette Bleier B8 X juniors David Bluhm Keith Blundell Charles Boldt Chris Boldt Brett Bolting janet Booth Danny Borden Terri Bosier janette Brannan Rhonda Breaux Carolyn Brewer Susan Brewer M s. ""l .e.. TE' H - -r-' X14 Tx XX The amazing Darise Among the members of the junior class is a girl that stands, or should I say hangs above the rest. She is a magician with a special escape talent. Wilkinson began the art of elusion in 1976 as an assistant to Ray Anderson, a professional magician. Her interest grew and she turned professional herself in 1978. She has performed at private parties, the Victoria Oil 81 Gas Exposition, and first Baptist Day Care Center. One of her favorite feats is extremely dangerous. The act in- l volves being strapped in a striaght jacket and suspended in mid-air F by a burning rope. The object is to get out of the jacket before the t rope burns up. Few magicians have ever escaped unharmed. This is modeled by Amazing Randy, who was suspended in mid-air over Niagara Falls. Houdini has accomplished this feat also. Kristina Brinkman Matt Brooks james Broome David Brown Edna Brown jamie Brown jerry Brown joe Brown R. Lee Brown Lori Bruns Mike Buckert Lillie Buckner 'ff . juniors X 69 Madeline Buhler Diane Burger Edward Burgos Alysia Burns Susan Burriss Catherine Bush Cindy Bustamante Ierald Butler Regina Calhoun Adrian Canas Billy Cano Ieanette Cano Martin Cano Martha Cantu David Carbajal Kenneth Carton Sandy Casarez Susan Casey Dee Cash Benny Castellano Cynthia Castillo Sammy Cavazos Rubina Chacon Ernest Chavez Martha Cleveland Charles Coalter Kevin Coffman Mark Cole Maureen Conaway Scott Conaway Marty Conohola Michael Consley Iames Conti Kim Conway Yvonne Coon Lisa Cooper Frank Coronado Tino Coronado Kecia Correll Scott Crane Norma Cruz Iacob Cuellar Greg Cummings Robert Curtis Robert Cox Terri Davenport Douglas Davis Kathy Davis w .sf- , s ta 1 ap, . ., ,5 E S t 5 W3 X at R i - 4 -t X 'T , Q 1 Q' ,Aix YL Q gp-5.1 s-ff -it ,.km:Qta1.1i-as-. .-.,.., ,,.f,m:qff1, , f -W. f . . f,.- mszttrtt ,-ff-- f- .,., ,..,,,.., i . ,, , M51 - . . .,.f:t2:.1s:t.,.f - w.s:.e-i1,w.t,., ,K e,,. , ,,..,:tgy,- .-f.smfU ,A-s7,,:2,s2::Q,,1w,., , ,A ..m,t.t,:f... . i,..,,..--, :f,t.msr.i ,--- it ,. fig , A 'S' 1 i M 'ii' . la B ' M - X. ., ,Z H X tx . 1 Ffa'-. f ,2v.1-rs-2 . Q-, - Extra help from teachers You've been absent almost all week and tomorrow is the major test you just have to pass. Should you ask your teacher for help or wait until test time and act like you never heard there was a test coming up? Many of us find ourselves in this predicament knowing what is best but not wanting to face facts. The makeup test will probably be a harder one anyway. Shad Hardin finally makes his big decision and receives help from Mrs. Mozisek. K ' fi ,-,hx XJ ...J Gwyn DeAmeral Dean DeAtley Scott DeDear Andrew DeLos Santos Ianet Denison Gina Depine Westly Derrickson Ieff Devos Troy Dillard Diana Domingues Iohn Drake Ieff Drost Lonnie Drost Donna Duelberg Ioy Dunglinson David Durr Todd Easley Shelley East Cheryl Eastman lim Eaton Yolanda Edwards Cheryl Eichman Carol Einkauf Richard Elder juniors f 71 jeff Emmons Q ti Debbie Esterak J, +- M Dale Faltysek t K I 1' W Dana Farrior if j joe Fiqueroda X Q john Fishbeck L'h f S Gay Fitzhenry Penny Flores Anne Ford Sharon Frankson 1 Kirk Franz Susan Franz 1, N pd' Q if aaaa if if ,Laaa -: .1 'E-. Patrick Freeman Curt Friedal David Frost Ray Fuentez David Fumbanks if N Kina Gamez 3 Ronnie Gant Eunice Garcia Ida Garcia Irma Garcia john Garcia Manuel Garcia Hardworking, spirited, fun-loving, full of pride The pep rally is an important part of school life. The junior class joins as one to show their support and loyalty to the mighty stings. Despite the few wins of our interclass battle cry contest, we are second to none in loyalty to our class, alma mater and our fighting Stings. To help promote class pride the junior class held magazine sales, which is their only fund drive held to spon- sor an unforgettable prom for the Senior class. Many dedicated juniors volunteer their skill, time and effort to produce a night of magic that the '82 graduating class will long remember. Hardworking, Spirited, Fun-loving, Full of pride . . .the class of '83. 72 X juniors Angie Tschirhart watches the mighty Stings in action. W' 3, ly? Mario Garcia Mary Garcia Mary Garcia Theresa Garcia Vic Garcia Dee Garland Annie Garley Keith Garner Sharon Garner Shelly Garvin Eva Garza Iulian Carga Nancy Garza Rose Garza Kevin Gaskin Debra Gerdes Michael Gerick Clay Golden Anna Goldsmith Alfred Gomez Danial Gomez Gigi Gomez Greg Gomez Ioel Gomez Demetric Gonzales Iohn Gonzales Mark Gonzales Matthew Gonzales Michael Gonzales Carolyn Goode Raymond Goode Carol Goodman Sherry Graves Cathy Green Glenda Greer Martin Guajardc 19 WW if fwefifwf i zzefafzf s w r f ?K'ffjft?"'VW Q '5 mg FEB' fif fW3g t, Qil:3i?stQ?55fgg ,fgp if-Zhi YW i Ra ,- - ,Agway ir v 1 4 mi w s ff igiltts wi A nu dw V+ ' :.-, H juniors f 73 Sandra Guerra Iennifer Guice Frank Gutierrez Robert Gutierrez Cecilia Hackbarth Doug Hadely Iulie Hamilton Kim Hamilton Le Ann Hammon Peggy Hammond Karen Hanke Anthony Harabis Shad Hardin Brenda Hardi Kathy Harris Tracy Harris Bryan Harrison Dale Hartman David Hartman Robin Hartman Robin Harvey David Hathaway IoAnn Hawkins Sherron Haynes Lisa Hendershot Karen Herbst Carolyn Hernandez Leo Hernandez Michael Herndon Angela Hicks Kim Hiller Paula Hirsh Pat Hohlt Randy Holloway Brad Holmberg Doug Honeycutt Cara Hopkins Glenda Howes Lynly Huebner Elouise Huff Troy Huffmaster Angela Hulsey Laura Ivicic Charles lackson Michelle Iackson Kim Iacobs Iill Ianecka Ann Ianssen F K, ,. H ,.-,W - ' ff .ff ff 1 , ..,. . .,--, .L L., .. , 4.7, , ,k,. ,..,H,X., ..k,,..,. .1 ,,ok ,r,,u,,. , ,t.e,., ow.. , My ht I 6 " :'ifs'lE:' E L My oiiali , V K. :.t stt" I t A Z- .L S , 'lQ.N'fS A 5,-. sms? X ,W Q- if Q , ' tt L t 1 74 f juniors Laura Trotter shows horses Laura Trotter is one of the few students at Vic- toria High School who shows horses. She shows in the American Paint Horse Association IAPHAJ in . the youth division. Laura has had a great love for horses all her life. At age ten she received her lst horse. Since then, i she has had three horses. The last horse Laura had she took to the State 4-H Horse Show and made the l finals in two events. With this horse, Laura receiv- yed four All-Arounds which means the most top placings for the day's show. She was also named Gulf Coast Youth Paint Horse Queen in 1980. . Laura has a new horse at this point named Strictly-Class. She plans to continue showing and yhopefully compete in a State 4-H show and the Na- tional Paint Horse Show in Oklahoma City. the its S - 1 . K - , g , 'Li ' .ny .. L- L if ' 1 - zz--f t ff, ft lana Ianssen Susan Iaramillo Sherry Iaynes Nancy Ienkins Eddie Iohns Carolyn Iohnson Eugene Iohnson Sheila Iohnson Troy lohnson Dave Iones Pat Iones Robert Iones Steve Iones Chris Iuntunen Deborah Iuntune Kathy Kahanek Mary Kaigler Stephen Kana Dana Kelly Larry Kerley I'l Rhonda Kickendahl Curtis Kimball Charles King Eric King Sara Klotzman Greg Knabe Elizabeth Knipling Robbie Knode Mark Koenig Mickey Koenig Kevin Koernning Susan Konarik Dwayne Konchaba David Krehmeier Kimberly Kridler Kathy Krier ik is I 9 6 H, t.,,..... Mm, W, ..., A, ... ,, Mt, R is .am Y amass-5 V ,RWM are I . M -- or pq Henry Krog Kim Kucora Charles Kutchka Hudng Lam Steve Lanier Michelle Ledet Nikki LaGrega Rudy Leos Larry Lesikar Paula Lev Lisa Lewis Randi Lewis Madelyn Liddell David Locher Lynn Lowder Scott Lowery Ross Lucas Brenda Machac Shane Maclntyre Keith Madden Patricia Magallan Hani Mahmoudi Mike Mallett Bryant Markett' Pam Marks Scott Marlow Donna Martin Gloria Marinez V -21 fwew f. .3-mrivnz-'rw t"" :ras .... ..,g,...,M. - ,..,e W ,Y , W ., . .. """ no-rl! Everybody's "Working for the Weekend" 76 f juniors Iunior Rann Phillips enjoys sport of rodeo This is Ranny Phillips. He is a junior at VHS and is originally from George West High School, in George West. Ranny is one of the few students from Victoria High School that participates in the sport of Rodeo. Rodeos have many categories, however Ranny only participates in bullriding. He started bullriding when he was sixteen years old and ,has continued this dangerous sport for two years. Ranny played foot- ball for about nine years, however, he refers to bullriding as his favorite sport. He agrees that when one gets hurt, one should always get back on and try again. Ranny rodeos for the fun of it. He likes the challenge and the money. M ,,,. ,Y ml. R ...es M. Iohn Martinez jonny Martinez lose Martinez Terry Martinez Ian Matchett Aaron Matocha Regina Matus Makelyn Mauritz Carolina McAlister Bill McCrary Robert McCurry Tom McGonagill Donna McDelvey Linda McLaughlin Roger McMurtrey Marcus Medrano janet Meis Laurie Merrill Karyn Meuir Mark Meza Robby Milberger Daniel Miller Debbie Miller Troy Monney juniors X 77 Syvia Morales Cora Morgan Kenneth Motl Rory Motley Debbie Mozisek Pete Munoz Allen Munsch Melody Murphy Iames Neal Rocky Neisser Laurie Neumann Annette Nickle Tony Nico Doug Obenhaus Ianet Olsovsky Daniel Ornelas Kevin Orsak Lisa Orsak Tim Ortiz Lucinda Osuna Iohn Oswalt Denise Pace Eric Painter Karen Palmer Iannett Parker Iamie Pearson Edward Pena Iimmy Pena Diana Perez Ralph Perez Scott Perry Chris Peters lohn Pettway Patti Pickering Mandy Pickett Rodney Pilzher x , , 1 - ' , ,. , , , . , ,.:.,,,. ,-,. , - :.. .-- , ,f,1i,:m.i,.,i.-J. Leticia Pizana Wendy Pooley Phyllis Porter Ronda Posey Vincent Postel Tod Prichett 'WW-.Wesley :Pruitt Iohn Quackenbush Carol Quarles Stephanie Raby Ric Raley Cynthia Ramirez f, lf" A ' f if I w - , ll: Lin. Q Lf '- M T 552 " 'K ,905 78 f juniors Qi Football Frida involves road trips It is another "Football Friday" again and our favorite team is playing out of town. Many of us make another road trip to see the mighty Stings in action. We plan all week for this big gameg planning involves who is going to drive, what time we should leave, how many people are going, and what time do we need to be home so our parents won't know that we've even left town. Of course the great Seniors of "83" attend with nothing but victory on their minds. -H'-ma..,,,,i Roxann Ramirez Anna Ramos Kenneth Rather Greg Raven Dina Reyes Reynaldo Reyna Lisa Rhodes Diane Richter David Riesz Iohn Riley Barbara Rincon Mary Rincon Becky Rippamonti Ieff Ritchie Kevin Robertson Donna Roemer Natalie Rodriguez Connie Rogers Iames Rogers Marie Ross Opal Ross Sharon Ryan Missy Saenz Sonya Saenz juniors I 79 Iunior class plans prom Every year the Iunior class honors the senior class by putting on the prom. This year the Iunior class is honoring the Senior class of "82." Iuniors work many hard hours preparing for the prom. These hours are spent in preparation of the decora- tion, decision of band, picture background, etc .... The tradition of a skit, the night of the reception, Marcos Salas Paul Salazar Earl Sayler Derek Sayler Andre Sam-Sin Kenneth Sanchez Rusty Sanchez Richard Sanders Sherry Santikos Sheri Scaief Karen Scherer Norma Schiehting is always looked forward to. Many more hours are spent by the Iuniors writing the script and placing the characters. The Iunior class hopes the Senior class will long remember the prom, and all the things that have happened during their last year at Victoria High School. 'ET 'Q' Q' , fi i . X! he stty titigwg Shawn Schramek Scott Schroeder Natalie Schuenemann Gail Selph Daniel Serna Scott Shanks Allan Shannon Shane Sharpe Ieffrey Shipnes Betty Shockley Steve Shutter lack Simons f.,. A S ., r S 5 ppyy f e 1 80 f juniors 1 Brenda Simpson Leanne Sisti Scott Skipper Annett Smith Duane Smith Teresa Smith Lisa Smitherman Richard Soliz' Todd Somer Bobby Sparkman Dudley Sparkman Lynn Sparkman 'aifff . ., ,, ' Micheal Sparks Denise Spears Donna Spies Shaune Stark Clifford Stasny Kenneth Stastny Paul Stock Ruben Stoeltje Karlene Stone Royce Stratemann Michelle Stridde Nanette Strom Laurie Sullivan Mary Sullivan Iohn Summers Iill Swoboda Denine Syma Lynn Talbott Derek Talkington Gaylon Taylor Tammy Taylor Floyd Terrell Melissa Thiele Armando Thomas Daryle Thomas Marla Thomas Michael Thomas Charles Thompson ..,' 2' N Z L,,L Debbie Thompson si: n tl-i t ' 1 -E : x X K? 4' we is ,gt fi i Micah Thompson Q- Q5 ' if Iohn Thormahlem Qfif 'il - St Rhonda Thurman X Q Z' i g 5,91 fs . Q 'T i'iia it lose Torres gb t' Vanessa Traber 'A V sg Tracy Trahan Exif W9- fi, 5 ' A Laura Trotter . Angie Tschirhart ,, ,' X f c S! , X Susan Tsujimoto it ,rr QE, tiff Karl Uherek Mary Uloth Bernie Valderrama Diane Valdez Alexander Valle Iesse Valle Aaron Vanzandt Anthony Vasquez Dean Vasquez lean Vasquez Ioe Vasquez Lisa Vasquez Am Alkek: all-around athlete Amy Alkek is one of our girl Varsity Basketball stars here at VHS. Number 50, a 5'7" guard who sometimes plays forward, averages eleven points per game with an all-time high of twenty points. Amy got started playing basektball at Howell Intermediate, the first year VISD decided to hold Ir. High Competition for girls in 1977-1978. Since then she has attended a workshop at UHVC, help- ing her team to gain their District Champ title as a Sophomore and winning the State Tournament for 1982. One of Amy's closest friends, Sherry Hauglum, seems to have helped her tremendously. "Augy got me started in Ir. High and has worked with me ever since," says Amy. She's not only in basketball but in softball, also. Amy has played fast pitch for seven years and is starting her second year for the slow pitch league. She occasionally plays tennis. It seems to many of us that Amy Alkek is an all-around gifted athlete and we are very glad to have her here on campus. 82 X juniors A sw.. --M,,gggg,fggg-if . f ff ,. q ,-wffgaf, K- K:-ffwifaiiffzff 1-f--:rf--fs:gsgez..f,'f , . A, 9 55,53-'gg fff. ,-., i , f- ,K , , , H A,k, , . ,.., .. J, , f i Manuel Vasquez Eric Vaughan Billy Veasey Iackie Vega Chanda Vigus Terry Villafranca Charles Villarreal Davis Villarreal Rae lean Volkmer Mark Wade Frank Wagner Robin Wagner Patti Walker Stacy Walker Stacey Waller Tracy Walker Edward Ware Iessica Warren Gerald Washburn Wendy Wayne Robert Wedemeier Iimmy Welvaert Darise Wilkinson David Willborn Debra Williams Tracey Williams David Willoughby Kristi Wills Dennis Wilson Iohn Wilson Yulonda Wimbish Mary Windham Karen Wimgate Candi Whitley Malcom Wolter Wayne Wood Randy Wray Angie Wyatt Randy Zaiontz Tonya Zaiontz Andrea Zahensky Trudi Zapalac Cynthia Zapata Christi Zapata Terry Zarate Mark Zepeda Susanna Zuniga Nora Zwiercan juniors X 83 President- Chris Gerhold Vice-President - Susan Armstrong f? Treasurer - Susan Bigelow Secretary - Kim Anderson 84 f sophomores q ,. ifgyfsgxfu f.'w.6a2244ezg2'::2:fav f 1fmsg9sg3zg71,:gg 1141- , gig: L-:ss rfazg.'wz:2sfg?ggq,.1 . 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X ,. 3 Q plus Ieff Payne sophomores f 85 Sophomore favorites ' :.1,fLzTifzs:f,H-' . .sgisfsx -V f - 5 f- I f-1wzye5::,,jii - . lM,,Mx Most likely to succeed Lisa Ortiz Brian Bianchi ,Lmumgs Most mischievous Staci Wenzel Leroy English x 1 Most athletic I Brown Cyresse Russell favorites f 87 Sophomore favorites ru 5650 Best all around let Brown Laura Manning 88 f favorite Most talented Laura Manning jeff Payne Most spirited Noe Garza Susan Armstrong fiffiu favorites X 89 Debra Adair Martin Aguayo Esther Aguillon Ioe Aguillon Michele Aikman Vicki Aldis Lucy Aleman Andre Allemand Mike Allen Tina Allen Cynthia Amador Iohnny Amador tg! Um K - at L 1 ,..- are lit is lf' . rlilii' U R ' if ' N5 ggi? wk Akef of at any - ' jjf'f-- V 1,1 tigljii E 'f::-V521 - . fkisztfiagi, ',gQf:5',-W15y,'kzL s L, , '::ig?1.5:.' V 'sWE:'v1 iii." , 'ffm ' ' ' f lr' . ' '-Er' 'Q' ' ' ' 7 :"i:f'z1f' "'ETJfziiiitiiifif'5.Et'zi2?'.5STfLtifflffzzil ,kt i,,- I . 5.-,-kg, ,, ,VVV 55,-:13j5,,.:..:5:,,y,,,,f3:jge ,W .,.. -,,.t-ff . 4 1 Kim Anderson Stephen Anderson Tammy Araj Susan Armstrong Trisha Arnold Walter Arnold Lisa Ashley Larry Bacak Brian Bagwell Iimmy Bailey Michael Bailey Kenneth Balusek ..t, ,, . , , , , ,,.. ,,.. , ,. ,, 1 ful: fi:-fi ' .115 . . args-gy 1-fff,fs15ffQ1J,,.f-'11 . K 5 K, ,. -- 7,t,,s-,M ,,,,, as . , A. ,,,f f . ,, , , It s .M ny, F A , p -t at at Wim, fmt S S 5 5 tx by wr' "" gif, 5 i ft if? 5 ' we , gi A 2 5 K my X .1 1 'QQ K 1 .asf .K ' tx ' t a, . t. N P 4 if Y 5 M. " at -' , 2 7: ,L af Xa W' gf' 3 . 5 sw, 1 ' W , Sophs have spirit tradition Sophomores have had their fair share of winning the spirit stick at pep rallies. The Super Sophs always have plenty of posters and noise makers and they really enjoy giving the Stings all the spirit they have. Many Thursday nights are spent making various posters to show the Stings that the Soph's are with them all the way. The Sophs are sure to keep up the spirited tradition as long as they are around. 90 I sophomores it Kenneth Sexton and Robert Briggs show they have split per- sonalities. ff' ff: f I fi! iviifwi ,1fw::..fz.- efsfiv. ,.,2u1"- 'fuss ., -,,. -. .,.'- 4 - f.,-f - , .,:.::-:, :fa -f::t'f,- -V , .. -I . -- f H H ff2'iw'g,:f -.ff-..L.:iifQ,-29115, , , , V. nw .,,. 1.1, , . .,i,,, ..-e,, ,M-f, . wiv- - ,i-af. -f if ,, , . .i -,,. ,. , Wi- fy ,,..t f: ,.f. .fefsir tf-, f-get ,. . Donna Bankston Todd Barker Victoria Barefield Andy Barrerra Paul Barrientes Paula Bartay Scott Barton Iackie Battalora Mark Beam Ioycelyn Beck Iohn Bednar Taunya Benhardt Chris Bennett Gary Berger Kevin Beyer Sally Beyer Brian Bianchi Chris Bielstein Susie Bigelow Lisa Billo Bobby Bleir Tammie Bly Lisa Bomba William Bourland Mandi Bowen Kim Bowes Tracey Bowser Stephen Branson Donna Bridges Robert Briggs Ricki Brigham Laura Bright Alonia Brown Everett Brown Leroy Brown Reeva Brown sophomores X 91 Robert Brown Tonja Brown Rhonda Browning Lisa Brush Iustin Brzozowske Darryl Burger Debbie Burgos David Burnett Tracy Buxkemper Lisa Buzek Pam Bues Iamie Calaway Grace Camara Gilbert Canales Danny Cancino Connie Cano Ernest Cano Carlos Cantu Mark Cantu Ray Cantu Lisa Capistran Chris Caveins lohn Carlile Steven Carroll Ieff Carter Karrie Carter Mary Carter David Casey Gabriel Castellano Virginia Castillo Wayne Castillo Stephanie Castrej on Scott Caswell Albert Cavazos Michael Cavazos Rebecca Cavazos Richard Cavazos Thelma Cavazos Sharon Chanek L, Larry Bacak, Greg Emmons and Rodney Har- dagree seem to be impressed at whatever it is they see across campus. 5 l ' if I .- .. r 5, X ,hr g an dd ' ' X ' X li -X miffl . x . raw - , Q, 9 Af I' bi was 2 -- fi- .. I , W . -, 11. ,. - Je' ,A ' ,M , wr,re,,..,1 Wfgzggzgg-Q, f,.,,1.f::f 1- , f,ff::.,s l as fi f, .. 92 X sophomores 1. f2s.g:gQ--'fwwf's2wsff1eI1f.zfs1e,2 ,,.. . fc. , , -- V- . ., . ,. . ., ,V ,- ,--f-ff..--fagfg-ggfw:-:gvgaq,fqfmfg ff--ffm. z-X-f,gag-www , , - f -I K Z iw, , jf av- .fi . A? ' ' Q. X. ' 'L H I, Q Homework creates physical labor Going home and getting ready to do homework is a problem for some VHS Sophomores. It seems games or poster parties always have a to get in the way of school work. These two lsophomores, Christi Ehrett and Kim Anderson, lug lhome the books early so they will have time to enjoy tthe upcoming weekend. Laura Chase Daniel Chavarria Sarah Chavez Francis Cisneros Kris Clark Lori Clausius Tim Clement Carla Cliffe Cooper Coleman Art Coles Lindy Conner Ryan Conway Fa Billy Cook Robin Copeland Wendy Copenhaver Ieanelle Corbett Mike Corley Will Crenshaw Missy Crider Darla Crisp Felicia Cuellar Beth Curry Donald Curton Lisa Daigle ,F i:r51'W'l1.3trl Zr::'2-A'1E1't- A ' ,M -.si-at ,,., ,, mvisgssfs iw sophomores f 93 Dating: when and where? These are two of the most asked questions pertaining to dating. The answers vary a great deal. When? Most likely, people date on weekends, but depending on the different family ideas, some people may date occasionally on the weekdays. Of course there is always time to see him or her before school, between classes, at lunch, or after school as you can see by looking at Sophomore Sean Wray and Freshman Polli Rayburn. Where? lust as when, the places vary a great deal. Some common dating places are Salem Six or Playhouse, restaurants, and the ever popular Riverside or Sun Valley. Depending on the funds and transportation you may just stay home for a quiet evening in front of the television. Dating has been going on a long time at VHS as it has everywhere else. Although the when's and where's will vary through the years, dating will always be around. Dora Davila Luther Davila Curtis Davis Laurie Davis Mary Davis Paul Davis Yvette Dela Paz Susan DeLeon Thomas De Los Santos Lisa Diaz Debbie Domann Gay Doughtie - ' - , fi. -.f.-f:,g:1.sts...,.uf. ,.f . ...i rr. - 3 .M ' ,. L . f . H91 jzlf?:if,5ki:E:ii ff,-1 2 H1 1.giWgg.k2:if -.w . 'f .!.:i11'L S ' S J "L ' ' . . Vg :Vi I H VVi..MiEm.,V, , iq K tit. I ,V ..f., i-,My - . . ..,.,,g. Steven Duelbery Scott Duke Kathy Dum Mike Durr lay Dworaczyk Kathy East Tammy Edwards Christi Ehrett Dawn Eller Greg Emmons Elroy English Leroy English 7 b. .1 --Vs 94 X sophomores ., , ,, .,,k . K , 5 K , ,, . ,f k,.::m:,:w,11ff1 1 . -I 11, K 3:1 ' I-g'gj'g'w' 5 f .I Q - j5z,.::15g2f'Q'EL:ffw 'jqg K 1 k - ' " '---WElf?if5i..',lin- I - - 1' f 57 in , , lly Todd and Robin Copeland take a break m Biology to walk the new specimens. Ianie Enriquez Traci Ernst Louise Escalante Manuel Escalona Yvonne Eschenburg Noel Espinoza Donna Ewing Chris Farnsworth Iennifer Feldpausch Steve Felux Lori Fernandez Debra Figueroa Kenneth Fishbeck Keli Fitzgerald Adrian Flores Gerald Flores Ianet Flores Margaret Flores Rosanna Flores Tim Fontaine Chyanne Forman Amy Fossati Ioe Foster Keith Franklin Kim Furr Natalie Gallaway David Garcia Norma Garcia Orlando Garcia Patricia Garcia Sara Garcia Iesse Garza Marcus Garza Noe Garza Ronnie Garza Stephen Gaskin sophomores X 95 Theresa Gauna Ion Gauntt Ron Gauntt Chris Gerhold Sharilyn Getz Randal Gillespie Ross Glocar Melodie Gohn Wesley Goldsmith Elsa Gomez Gloria Gonzales Olga Sue Gonzales Pam Gonzales Sylvia Gonzales Iames Goode Lance Gorce Carl Gossett Peter Grady Chris Grahmann Mary I. Grahmann Teresa Grahmann Patricia Green William Greer Carol Guajardo Melissa Guajardo Tonya Guelker Barbara Guiterrez David Guiterrez Larry Hall Gregg Hamilton Lavern Haney Shana Hardcastle Rodney Hardagree Randall Hardin Kim Harlan Tom Harris Z Sandra Heaton Patty Henry Ianet Herman Marie Hernandez Santos Hernandez Maribel Herrera Tim Herrschaft Russel Hessler Kathe Hill Norma Hinijosa Kirsten Hodge Daniel Hoffman Norris tries out the cafeteria soup with style of being heated by candles. Tony Holladay Lang Holland Michael Holub Kim Horadom Steve Howell Phil Hubenak Daniel Huerta Iohn Huerta Mary Huerta Rosanna Huerta Cody Huslage Ioan Hyak f i Lori Immenhauser Denise jackson Sylvester Iackson Keith Iacobusse Tim Iahn Dan Ienkins Denise Iernigan Celina Iimenez Phil Iohanson Chrissie Iohns Gina Iohnson Roger Iohnson Walter Iohnston Suzanne Ionckers Conrad jones Tommy Iones Richard Iordon Reese Iustice Ioe Kalmus Colleen Kingert Rita Kitchens Rudy Klecka Sherry Kloesel Valerie Knipling sophomores f 97 The Victoriadores play an important role in promoting school spirit. They let our athletic teams know we are behind them all the way. These girls enhance the football teams spirit by decorating lockers, making them food, and also decorating their yards for the Stroman games. Victoriadores wear spirit buttons and ribbons to boost the Sting spirit and work continuously to make themselves the Pride of the Southwest. Sophomores: Susie Bigelow, Missy Madden, and Tonja Brown have two more years to uphold the Victoriadores excellence. Kevin Knode Carl Koch Brian Koehler T - s Dede Koening Linda Krause Lisa Krueger Kelly Kubicek Michael Kurzy Keith Ladner Missy Laging Lisa LaGrega Quan Lam . f ,L l lu f , , 4 A i -- H' .gQg,-,r-f .. .1.3,k5.e,.Wt.,.1,. ,t-f1s.zQ:tfw,.,., f ,HW , . . so ,fl ., - ff , .ff - - -V .- tts.-M ,. 1-,.w.ezf-f - - , ,ff-ii . ,tr ,f f , , ,H . -f:--:mira Q.: 3 -gg-.IM-f,..fg .--1.53-'f , ,f t - f f . g we - f -'Lzrfr.fz-fs 1.5-1tw.:1zrfw,H V, fssaireg-5-'ff iff n 511,17 yggff ,sgqgg f .1 ,.',.g,kgrgQ:'.sQg-,Q V- ,,:viff1i:,, ,. g 4 .3 , , r .- it -Ugg .g7m.s'-in .f H f Q: :5gLggw..t2ffef.1 - J ' 5, 7132 . ' K 'f',2i4t25igl'a'i1i--t if"E,l5iLifff' 'L K i , ' ."z'-ltslailkiiii-'wg1'i.'Jw''fi-i35f'i.5?29i1!,I'ii-'Fif?J5f7f55332??'1fi Lynette Lambert Donna Lamprecht Annette Larza Pam Lee Gregg Leissner Rolando Leos Liz Linam Kenny Loesch Ashley Logan Vickie Longoria Laura Lopez Iames Lott Victoriadores promote school spirii 98 X sophomores Iohn Lowe Tony Lowe Kristine Loya Richard Lugo Margie Luna Mariselda Luna Christina McAlister Tracy McCoy Sherry McDonald Eunice McGrew Robert McGuire Melissa McMullen Celeste McNew Lenora Mabray Gail Machicek Missy Madden Ioel Magallon Ricky Magana Laura Manning Dolly Mansker Donald Maraggia Richard Marks Susan Maroney Ken Marr Victor Marshall Mark Marthiljohni Mark Martin Todd Martin Teresa Martinak Armando Martinez Elvira Martinez Gus Martinez Michelle Martinez Iohn Matthews Bart Mauzy Dean Meade Tommy Meade Frank Meaker Elizabeth Medrano Angie Mendez Larry Merklinger Yale Mettetal lohn Meyer Ron Meyer Tara Meyer Paul Meza Darren Miller Iennifer Miller Kristin Miller Denise Moeller Cindy Mokry Susan Monette Gonzalo Montez Michael Montgomery Shelly Moore Ramiro Morales Lee Morris Laura Moscatelli Nancy Moses IoAnn Mowels Elia Moya Elida Moya Iames Mueller Peggy Muniz Andrea Murray Stephen Murrell Roxanna Nava Lisa Navarro Trey Neitsch IoAnn Nichols Donna Nobles Molly Nugent Barbara Nunez Lupe Nunez Mary Ochoa . if , a, if 5 - 3 its H if we t , ,al .-Q ,M R 3,5 it 'X i me . Ashley Logan and Staci Wenzel cannot believe you are what you eat, gli il lu 100 X sophomores Stud habits differ Although studying takes up many hours of the V.H.S. student body, it isn't very popular, Most f the studying takes place at home, but ometimes you have class time like sophomores shley Logan, Susie Bigelow, and Andre Alle- and demonstrate. Studying habits differ from student to student. ome lucky students have a photographic emory and never have to study, while others ave trouble retaining and understanding aterial that they have received in class so, they ill slave over books for hours at a time to gain he knowledge needed to pass the test. Some tudents retain more by studying alone while thers retain more from group study periods or ith the aid of the teacher. Some students need ompelte solitude, while others can study with ll the "noise" that youth seems to enjoy these such as the radio or television. All in all, the majority of students manage to sufficient knowledge to obtain passing ...v-f" 5 1- t 1 ,. A .ff 'N NAA-aa! ' .1 A f i , gl up Q ,, 'i 4 S527 'Q' , , ' If V , .S i as .,.. pkhy A ,,,,:. 'X Xbmy vr., w Rhonda Odefy Donna Oertli Deana Oliver Celeste Ondarza David Ordones Debbie Orsak Lisa Ortiz Michael Ortiz Theresa Owens Anna Ozuna Samantha Pacheco Grace Padilla Stephen Pain Louis Pardo Tricia Parker Willie Parks Patrick Patterson David Patton Ieff Payne Michael Pedraza Gilbert Pena Martin Pena Cynthia Peralez Martin Peralta if 1' sophomores X 101 Becky Perez Randy Perkins Stephanie Plummer Paul Polasek Adrian Porter lr. Toya Porter Mike Powell Wesley Pratka Tamye Pressler Carolyn Price David Pritchett Tony Prokop Antoinette Prosen Linda Puente Mark Pullin Iesse Quinonez Virginia Quinonez Andre Ramey Ingebord Ramirez Melanie Ramirez Roger Ramirez George Ramos Lauri Range Carla Rau Dinah Raven Angela Ray Sean Reeder Sherry Reeves -Q , .12 Sophomores Carl Koch and Chad Tipton discuss the upcom track meet with Coach Iackson. ' , , . If, - K , ,... tw,-f,.., I ,, ..,,,,,N.s,i:i. -f,, 1,, I--,, ..,,' carts, . , L:-W'-2 H '- ' gg f gf, i.fgj2::e'm ,iH,.,L kk,, c ,. Mt.- , t, , K az, - ,...,,,k i .K i,,i,,,SM,,,,g:, ,.,., ,..,,u W V , , sf, ,,: K . -i,.,,i,,Lk I . , K, , , - f 13gg,.y f V ..:gf:g-fnwz.,gin -'H:Uvf'-mismaseiiw -"K,'zs1,:M::aef2H- 102 f sophomores Lv ,,, ik. .. wk fri- , ' l i W tk, - Q :X .. f Q . X - .L 1 7 v':' "if 5 T , Q. , A NN Y x 'Si 1:22 " W .lr g ya , . - -1, . - W. 'A 2 ,,' 'Xt rl xiii f ' ' f My , 1 -tu I Q, Y A J A ,I ' .. . , X W. 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It never fails, you have all four classes in one building and 4th period in the other building so lou have to be rushing all day back and forth to your locker. Some students just carry all their books with them so they won't get another tardy. T Depending on the teacher, you may be tardy if you aren't in the flassroom when the bells ring. If you have a tougher teacher you may ae counted tardy if you aren't in your seat when the bell rings. Some Jeople such as Sophomore Kevin Gaskin don't even make it to the loor by the time the bell rings. There are many things that contribute to being tardy other than ockers. If you have PE then there's always a chance that you might be 'unning late. The most common tardies are just fooling around in the ialls with your friends. .-ff X kewl Nancy Reid David Reitberger Lupe Rendon Dina Renken Ronald Rennert Patrick Respondek Iesse Reyes Abby Reyna Debbie Reynolds Sheri Riester Paul Ring Iennifer Rippstein -My , l,,, va, . -,,-- Amanda Rivera Iohnny Robinson Ken Robinson Andrea Rocha Paul Rocha Sandy Roden Delia Rodriguez Robert Rodriguez Terry Roell Kirby Rollins Ianet Rother Cyrese Russell .auf ,rf sophomores X 103 Brown believes in dedication One thing that Iett Brown believes in is dedica- tion. Iett has played football since the 7th grade and he feels that hard practice and self discipline are the main ideas to make a good football player. Iett says that to win a ball game you must practice as if it were the real game. You have to be prepared mentally as well as physically before you head out to the field for pre-game warmups. Iett is a sophomore and he still has 2 more years to uphold the tradition of a Mighty Stingaree foot- ball player. Iett says hard work and everyone working together as a team will make his football years at VHS most enjoyable. Iames Russell Carlos Salas Liz Salas Eugene Salazar Lisa Salazar Mary Salazar Patricia Saldana Gilbert Saldivar Iohn Sanchez Larry Sanchez Randy Sanchez Robert Sanchez Willie Sanders Eva Sertuche Kim Saunders Danny Schaefer Iohn Schlichting Gary Schueter Christie Schroeder Wade Seals Kenneth Sexton Christie Shaffer DC Shelton Tommy Short W 104 f sophomores 'YH' A Mark Sievers Iohn Simcik Pat Simon Ieff Simpson Ienni Simpson Michael Slaughter Becky Smith Clayton Smith Lorrie Smith Toby Smith Monica Sneddon Ioe Sosa Norma Soto Patricia Soto Debbie Sparkman Kevin Spaulding Gwen Spears Michelle Speer Waylin Spiller Sharon Springer Dennis Srubar Timothy Stark Maggie Starkey Eileen Stewart Sandra Stindt lim Bob Stoebner Richard Stoeltje Londa Stovall Darla Strother Donna Stryk Denise Supak Danny Swoap Diana Swoap Stacy Swoboda Patricia Taber Kim Tanecka Vickie Teague Debbie Tenbusch Debbie Terry Douglas Tesch Cheri Thomas Kelly Thomas Renae Thomas Chris Thompson Ieff Thompson Chad Tipton Kelly Todd Armando Torres sophomores X 105 Patricia Traeger Todd Trahan Charles Trevino Chris Trevino Henry Trevino Manuel Trevino Martha Tristan Denise Trivitt Tracy Troell Kim Trvong Iohn Tsujimoto Scott Turk Brett Turner Don Tussey Steven Tyler Veronica Vahalik Stephen Valderaama Estella Valle Heath VanZandt Barbara Vasquez Iohn Vasquez Margaret Vasquez Mary Vasquez Michael Vasquez Alisa Veazey Iosie Vega Aubrey Villareal Maricela Villegas Tamera Voss Susan Wade Suzanne Walchar Vicki Waters Sandy Watson Wade Welfl lane Wendel Staci Wenzel Sapphire Wharton Sorayo Wharton Iill Whiteaker is at ,L -"' W if hv"""' .. 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Without daydreams, which often become our nation would be far behind in SCIQIHIIIC and economic breakthroughs. The daydreams of the VHS student body such as, how much will we win the ball game by, will I be lucky enough to meet the new boy in school V - toda and will he notice me, may seem msignifi at this time, but in the future, as we grow in- adulthood, these daydreams can help us to with all our endeavors. ,J i t 1 e,pp,, A L..,..t,i:.., . - 2 ,,-- :ff .ef ,. , 12: tw - Kevin Weist Shelton Wilburn Robert Wilkin Becky Williams Natalie Williams Robert Williams Michael Wilson Vicki Wilson Millie Wimberly Renee Woods Nicole Worsley Sean Wray Leigh Ann Wyatt Gayle Ybarbo Iesse Ybarbo Ruben Ybarra Iason Young Ierry Young Robert Zarate Arleen Zatopek Darleen Zatopek Iulius Zatopek Ruben Zavala Yolana Zepeda sophomores f 107 ,ww , Ma E 2 President - Iimmy Martinez Vice-President - Sandy Saenz Treasurer - Ellen Fowler Secretary - Iill Konarick 108 X freshmen 1 ' ' 1,f5525i22Q1 S 1 1 f1"l'i' ' 2 1 S , 1 A , ,L.,, ,L,,..1,. 1 .L., 1,11,i11,i1L A 1 A ' A .fi 51 as 111, 1. 5 1 1 ,1 ' 1 ' 1 -1 1' 5 1 ,,:1- 1- 1 1 1 w11.WL1Q1 1555119111: n 1 ' , 1 P 12fy,,1133, g:g,,111 ' - 1 - 11 1 1 11 , 1, 1m,1s,,1111 1, 1 ,, 1 1 1111 K 11 - 'ffy 1 v," fm: '- ',--, -1 ,-,. ,,.- ,1-1, ,, 11357113111 11 1 ,1 Q 2 1 3 1' 1 1 Q55 , S 145214531 ,,,111,115111w,11, 1 121-11w, 131 , 11- 1 fx, 111, 1s2111s1s1:w wg 114, 13,1111 f 1 3 1:1111 R, 1 5 1 i'izx?6?1595' L' ,1 ,,31,,,., 6 1 , S 1 1 S , 1 1 1 Q ,qs 1 if Q 1 1 1 1 11 ,Q 5 ,, I , W1 .- 1 1 f.,,' 4 , 4 X 1 21- 1111 111121931 11111,,11,,a 21 w,i111111111 , 112 1 21 21 1 1 J ' . 115im1111114a1s5,sre,:sss:m 5 2 2 1. 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" ' f f ,, -1.2 f,..z1f mzeffw-wgW :J ' ,.,, -,,. .,.,,.3,, L.,, ff.- , ,-f,.f V , .-.f--,, , i ,.:,, fff'-- , . f-,. - , v . f .. f- .-,z.1i1-1m-:f,v- ' - , f ,-"- , -- f- . f f . - 7f:-f. 11 lb,-vv1w:fff-Q,-fg,fw,'w-fy,--' , - ' H ,1 L,-25:,jf,yg,ygg,ggg,,-f,, . , -I K K . f:,g,f1,1, , g , f - AX uf W e 4 ,H M' - Most likely to succeed Pet Palmer jimmy Martinez 110 f favorites nsnnunnnuununuvaqrg fk'A M H I Most spirited Winston Ledet Steph Pesnell ' Wm gg I Most athletic Turner Mark Shoener i f 'fi SS3- favorites I 111 Freshmen favorites 2 2 3 Best all around Iimmy Martinez Pam Purdy 57 '- Most mischievous Iackie Oubre Gwen Ware Evans George Most talented Pam Purdy Louis Mendoza fav orites LRC becomes familiar place Every year Mrs. McCombs orientates all freshmen through their English classes into becoming familiar with the Learning Resource Center. They realiz- ed that VHS's library is much bigger and contains a broader range of materials than what they were used to using in junior high. lust as freshmen Dawn Swank and Ellen Fowler were taught how to resort to thelibrary during their first few weeks of school, they also had to learn where everything was kept, the proper pro- cedure to check out library materials, when the library is open, to memorize their new library numbers, and to be especially quiet. Most freshmen agree that they have more use for the library since school is much harder this year. Maria Aguayo Adolf Aguirre Shanna Ahlstrom Chris Albarez Paula Alcantar Iimmy Aleman Karen Alexander La Verne Alvarez Rachel Alvarez Michelle Amburn Derek Anderson Lee Anderson Gloria Andrade Rick Andreasen Britt Andrews Rita Ardoin Tony Arriola April Ashcraft Leticia Avila Tracy Bailey Randy Baker Bryant Bargmann Tommy Barker Mike Barnes 114 X freshmen :es t . YK B 'I e- : I 5 L,,.' Q f. pgs. " W - - "', Martha Maxwell spends her extra time looking Eff- . 5 if for U.F.O.'s. 9? at Ki kgiygslii 'Wi l 'kkk ' ' 5' Cindy Barrera Kim Bartay Sheri Bates Troy Baugh Yvonne Baumann Mike Bay David Beaver Walter Beaver Tiffany Bellis Io Ann Venvides Veronica Benitez Marsha Bennett Gen Berger Deborah Bernal Iesse Berrelez Amy Bishop Michael Black Lana Blake Edward Bland Lisa Bluhm Denise Boerner Anna Borden lim Boucher Paul Bourland Tammy Bowen William Branch Renee Brasfield Selenea Breaux Renette Brigham Paula Brooks Dee Dee Brown Elizabeth Brown Kevin Brown Terry Brown Troy Brown Iuliana Bryarly Mike Buhler Libby Byrnes Matthew Caka Hallie Calhoun Doug Callaway Gloria Canas Mary Canchola Mark Cancino Gilbert Cano Gloria Cano Toni Cano Adam Cantu Rose Cantu Sarah Cantu Rolando Carabajal Ronda Carroll Rhonda Carson Susan Casarez Alice Castellanos Freddy Castillo Lucinda Castillo Reynaldo Castillo Diana Cavazos Margaret Cavazos Iohn Chapa Gilbert Chavez Alice Cheatham Dane Chetkovich Stacie Clark Tracie Clark Shelly Collins Ora Connor Stephanie Conti Prajedio Contreras Laura Cook Robbie Cook What did Brian Iohnson say to Beth Hill that made her lat C'mon Brian, please tell us! . ,eg , , , -- , p::'fgy'g1g-giig555215:'y,:gbitE-.it-yr-t A -gg: .'Q2L4-'viezwl .sexi-f'f2",1if . -. .. ' ' . . . K ,A A X , I Q,ikwgwe,i,,,-451.glitz ,f1ggz.ms,g:z'rz:ff,--tg-lease-fififi' ' - '- -- ' ' - V ff t .,i,. . . . . - .. .,,,k,,ft,,1s M F .U 5 ia X.. R is if if H X X ft X t - ., - A , . . . 1 1 .ggi fifiszle2-f?2'gs-i,:ziFi: . , - ,.3 :iv an :Qi- 116 I freshmen Kin 73311 Tracy Coppedge Michele Corley Rona Cornejo Michael Coronado David Cox Denise Cox Lisa Craven Patrick Crenshaw Robert Cuellar Lance Cummings Michael Curiel Bobby Curnutte , , ,. A i. I W , k.k..,.,, ,.se,f..,...w if .lf-A V f f. A ' f , ' Ji Q.-ggnf1.'2fesw.?gi?lL!.+ffif7QEgSE,iYQ?85EQff.f?e1.fiE5i'a5iiYf':'ff' Betty Dale Donna Dale Michele Danna Debra Davila Robert Davis Troy Davis Yolanda Delcoado Leslie DeLaCarza Yvonne DeLaPaz Marilyn DeLaRosa lose DeLeon Kathy Derrickson Q- 5 Pam Purd - one talented g mnast Victoria High is graced with a very talented gymnast. Her name is Pam Purdy. Pam has been involved with gymnastics for about eight years. During these eight years, she has been to state competition five times, won approximately 120 awards, and an all around. Winning the all around means she was the best gymnast out of everyone. Pam works out at the airport gym four times a week. When asked what her future plans were, Pam replies, "I plan to continue throughout high schoolf, There are four different levels of com- petition. Pam is competing on the second level now, but she is going to move up to the first level during the summer. freshmen X 117 Mark DeVos Iimmy Dick Lauree Dietzel Carlton Dollery Susan Dominguez Susan Donnell Carol Dufour Bruce Edge Tina Erdelt Terrie Ernst Abel Espinoza Iesse Espinoza Alex Estrade Kendall Euler Louisa Evans Ronnie Fajkus Iohn Fields Troy Fishbeck Corbit Fisher Lupe Flores Robert Flores Kim Fontaine Renelle Forman Ellen Fowler Freshman spirit The first pep rally for the freshman always turns out to be quite a flop because of their in- experience. In fact, rnost freshmen don't even know what one is until they experience the first Friday of the football season. After a cou- ple of weeks of being called "fish," the freshmen begin to feel an urge to show the upper olassmen that they do have as much spirit. The freshmen class will usually hold a poster party on Thursday nights, only to be bombed by sophomores, juniors, and seniors. However, the freshmen class of 1982 did celebrate a single pep rally win during the football season. Better luck next year as sophs!!! 4 W J Is. gifts .. 118 f freshmen to look at? Polly Rayburn and Ray Longoria find each other that fun- igk M 3 i, ,.,., .,-l. , f V -i X ,.i,.e,,f,wfz. .- - - Q -. :,- f - i , ., ..,:,..,M: - V. Elizabeth Franke Cassandra Franklin Kathleen Freeman Elias Fuentes Ioe Fuentez Toia Furr Lydia Gadsden Albert Galvan Ianie Galvan Tony Gant Annie Garcia Ierry Garcia Mary Garcia Richard Garcia Senovio Garcia Susan Garcia Alfred Garza Diana Garza Ioe Garza Iohn Garza Michael Garza Ray Garza Santiago Garza Greg Gee Evans George Mark Gerick William Gibson Barbara Gilbert Gay Gilson Greg Giron Troy Godwin Monica Gomez Shelley Gomez Leonard Gonzales Irma Gonzales Randy Gonzales freshmen f 119 Esther Gonzalez Eddie Grahmann Mark Gregurek Ray Guajardo Michelle Guerra Randy Gulley Ruben Gutierrez Gary Hadley Iohn Hadley Iohnny Hairell Neal Hajek David Hamilton Iill Hamilton Felica Harabis Raimond Hargrave Kevin Harrison Vikki Harsch Amando Hartley Maria Hartmen Elliott Harvey Stacey Haschke Becky Hasty Michael Hawes Clifford Hawkins It's tough staying in IHS The club on campus with the most freshmen membership is the National Iunior Honor Society. The Sting Room is the familiar meeting place dur- ing fifth period on every second Thursday of the month. To be eligible for membership you have to be a freshman or a sophomore and uphold a ninety to ninety-four average depending on what kind of class schedule you have. Dues are one dollar and towards the end of the year the club has a party. Staying in N.I.H.S. is an honor for freshmen because they have to adjust to achieving better grades to be accepted. If your grade average falls below the required average during your member- ship, then you are put on probation. Once on pro- bation you still have to maintain the required average to stay in the much respected club. If you fail to do that, you are removed from the club and cannot re-enter. X ' ' if f S iflaffaffgfffggff,1i7fU.fiff5:1 'lf'--' " H .' ' K K f - I ff - I Qf iff' 'j.CQ-'fit' I ' 1 . .. ,MHm,,:?'.i.HVv.Lgt355,--V,-V7... ., -- K , J., f K :' " mf. ."Qftf?I7-1..'MT5 lf , ' wt-..If,gxztgg5g7jg'f1i'E.,li,'G -we 'rj ' . I ' glf3'i.9. I ' " ' , ' If ' f I . - - ..,gf,y,g.,,gg.g-,tg gl t .. .... . t . ' V 1. f g.g' f.1,-f N3 transcript, encourages its members to strive f academic goals, responsibility, leadership, and service. 120 X freshmen Being in N.1. H.S., besides looking good on yoi Keith Mettetal finds stealin Mrs. Berkmalg absentee slip the highlight ofhis day. Now we know why e is never counted absent in the Central Office. i"wu ,,.ff,. - f . f f , ' i . A L'"QW:'sx:'szz1e-vueffeg .V V v 'vez - so -f ' H t,-,ftszfffiisxft K ' wi 1fii,2,i?1fr Ieanette Hawkins Andy Heiser Glenn Henly Phillip Henry Bridgette Herbold Richard Hernandes Robert Hernendes Mary Hernandes Sarah Hernandez Annabel Herrera Laura Hetrick Albert Hewett Iennifer Hicks Vanessa Hicks Dale Hildebrandt Beth Hill Rhonda Hiller Alvis Hilliard Greg Hirsch Michelle Hlavaly Steve Hock Stephen Hodges Ronnie Holcomb Russell Holcombe Laurie Holeman Robert Howard Kevin Huehlefeld Frank Huerta Tammy Huffmaster Melissa Hultquist Kathy Humphries jeff Hunt Ioyce Husquierdo Kenny Hynes Steven Immenhauser Laura Ingaulson freshmen X 121 is Lori Isham lack Allen David Iackson Olivia lackson Ieri Iacobs Kim lacobs Michele Ietton Brian Iohnson Todd Iones Ianet Iuntunen Ginger Iurica Kerri Kahanek Ted Kainer Karen Kaspar Karen Keel Mike Keen Gary Keenan Kent Kihleffel Denise Kilpatrick Kim Kincaid Kandi Kizer Carol Klages Mike Klatt Michele Klein Steffanie Kline Brian Koenig Calvin Koenig jimmy Koenig Sherry Koenig Ty Koenning lill Konarik Steve Koncaba Tim Krause Tim Kridler Myshell Kyser Stacy Langhofer JJ Wayne Williams makes it a habit to stretch out with the first period reserves. 122 X freshmen The next Iuice? Fifteen year old Stephanie Tisdale may not be the next Iuice Newton or Barbara Streisand but she is well on her way up in the music world. This year has been great for her in the area of choir. She sings Soprano II in the Treble Choir. This year she is the only freshman girl to make it all the way to Region. In competition she sings Alto because it is easier for her to hit the high notes. She comments, "Competition is hard and tough but I like going places and meeting new people." She received a I rating on her solo but did not do too well on scoring in ensemble. She says, "I have never gotten a hard judge for they all are pret- ty nice." This is Stephanie's second year since sixth grade to be involved in choir. She plans to stay in choir high school. Since she will be a senior the choir produces their play, she will be a like- candidate for one of the leading roles. She also plays the piano a little with three years' ex- Besides spending time practicing musical she is involved in National Iunior Honor and Medical Explorers. After graduation she to major in psychiatry and minor in music. s Larry Lassman Melissa Leal Winston Ledet Iacqueline Lee Iohn Lerma Carlos Lepede Scott Liles Clifton Lindsey Lee Lindsey Lesten Littlefield Mark Longoria Mike Longoria Ray Longoria Ricky Lopeland Iohn Lopez Pat Lopez Melissa Lowe Phillip Lowrie Elizabeth.Lucker Melissa Machart Virginia Macias Don Macfarlane Ricky Masana Kevin Maloney sh freshmen f 123 Freshmen boost Stingaree Spirit Carmen Mancillas Sergio Marin David Marshall David Martin Ruth Martin Audrey Martinak Cathy Martinez Daniel Martinez Erlinda Martinez Iimmy Martinez Ioe Martinez Lisa Martinez .t,., Marco Martinez Miroslava Martinez Paul Martinez Sylvia Martinez Iackie Matejicek Connie Matula Monica Mauricio Martha Maxwell Vicki McAdams Rhendi McCary Gretchen McCord Karen McCurry sisffztwzf . -- e t t,,. .3 ,J 4: 5,1 . iii Mi' w t' 3. r '. si? ' . me .f When the weather does not permit an outdoor pep rally, it is moved indoors to the gym. Many freshmen turnout for the Pep Rallies. Most of their spirit boosters consist of ribbons, voodoo dolls, spirit towels, pom poms, rattling cans, minature megaphones and anything else they can get to help them win the spirit contest. These items are usually bought from the Cheerleaders, Victoriadores, Reserves, journalism students and sometimes they are homemade. Whatever the situation the freshmen treasure these things long after all the pep rallies. A It stirs Now, now Billy West, don't you be scolding Brian Bagwell for last Saturday night. Allen McDonald Iames McDonald Scott McHaney Missy McMahon Molly McMullen Bernadette Medrano Thomas Medrano Winona Melton Eulogio Mendez Louis Mendoza Keith Mettetal Ken Metting Allison Miller David Miller Bradley Mitchell Debbie Moeller Melissa Moeller Diana Morales Roger Montes Lisa Moreno Susan Mueller Ioe Munoz Rhonda Nava Isdel Navano Isdel Navarro Iohn Neece Kenora Neitsch jeff Nelson Iohn Nelson Mike Nerada Iulie New Sabre Newton Becky Niemann Michael Nieto William Noble Mike Norris Trustin Norris Treca Novak Deana Novosad Kristeen O'Reilly Lydia Odom Brian Oehlke Toby Ohrt Albert Ordonez Betty Ordonez Virginia Ornelas Olga Ornelas Laura Orr Chris Orsak Kathy Orsak Maricela Ortega Lupe Ortiz Iacky Oubre Denise Ovalle Ioe Padron Marni Pair Ierry Palmer Petula Palmer Gloria Pardo Sue Parghi Kim Parker Robert Parker Teresa Parks Rodger Parsona Roy Parsons Iohn Pattersons Eddie Pauly Mike Pauly Robert Pazouki Sara Pedraza Ioe Pena Richard Pena Okay lill Knoarek, Ruth Martain, and Stephanie Pesnell, we caught you in the act. We know who didn't do their homework. srs- . ay K , xv, f ik...-.-.V X mimi, 1 ,, P-it , QW. Q The big event Lunch time, whether it be first or second, was lways considered to be the big event of the day. It as like an extra class that was added on in the middle of the day. With open campus you could go hnywhere, if you knew an upper classman with a car. Otherwise you are destined to walk across the street to nearby Nannie's, Pizza Hut, The Win- ows, Sigmor, or the Ice Cream Factory. The reshmen resorted mostly to the school cafeteria for it was convenient, faster, and cheaper. When the Meather did not permit walking to a nearby lrestaurant, many freshmen flocked to the cafeteria in haste. Theresa Pena Angie Perez Becky Perez Lisa Perez Michelle Perez Michael Perry Stephanie Pesnell Darren Peterson Ron Petet Freeman Pettus Tim Peyton Troy Phillips Charlie Pickerins Patrick Pickett Dwayne Ponish Michele Porter Terri Porter Diana Prokop Debbie Purcell Steven Purcell Pam Purdy Steven Quedin Ellen Rab Todd Ragsdale freshmen X 127 Mamie Ramirez Patrick Ramirez Ieff Randall Polli Rayburn Tammy Remmy Roland Rendon Abel Reyna Timothy Rhodes Kellie Riley Allen Rivera Michael Rivera Mark Robertson '35 M, aw-Q fs Tim Robinson Tom Robinson Michael Robles Elva Rodriguez Melissa Rodriguez Rene Rodriguez Robert Rodriguez Angela Roeder Stanley Rogers Melinda Rosenquest Ierry Ross Rhonda Roth 'H ':- -flviff. 1--1 .x 1-w,:gfsojwfifms:iw'-2JW-:ms-Q1U,z.:f,fazfViwr:",V mrviflflfwSifxwtiffzi'- -:--KQJQE' f"5:'s-11,2 - " Thi?EiflffiiF1'5"5'??53f?f'57U95i717Q .'-,fl-iw' z ' ilisirf' wirvff' 1 x'3.2Szis411tf.i1-'tvsa?lsfsa1p,f'W1'ig!g5Q'fggf.1eQzff.-ragga:5tgg.g:e.z3:,sagy-- tttvgsfefw- , .5 ji-QQfsswzzzi5:23455w?1s'L1ffit31si?SfP+?'11 41 ' . . k ' 1: jg - 5 I . . . L figs, f . f- 1 333' .. FQ, 555-1 : , EE 51'G5?iEi'f:A:1iiii5i:f?.:gf3j"5iEFi'g,.l?i4,'EiIrlifjIvgijlki itwfQ',"flii.7ifqQig--,P-5Egttls-:H -,, ' ff45.1gfR,3f-QTEMIQQLQ M- . I fvfwjf 'ft---fig-1155112553 :f t , .X - - ., - -f - V Reserves get 1 read to become Q Victoriadores l Diligent and high spirited describes the Vic- toriadores Reserves to the letter. The Reserves are active supporters of the Stingaretts. They are on hand at the basketball games and one of the two classes of Reserves perform at halftime. The Victoria Reserves consist of approximate- ly 100 girlsg though, some 150 girls tryout each year. Each of the two classes of Reserves have six officers consisting of one captain and five lieutenants. These girls work hard with Mrs Castille, the Victoria sponsor, to prepare them for Victoriadores. Though much of their spare time is devoted to the Mighty Stingarettes all girls must maintain an 80 average. 128 X freshmen tessa Hicks wanted Algebra roblem hber three but Debbie Purcell beat her to it. me f- .--- A . , , , 4 . L, ., A. ..t-- . f,,1 ft f L ., ..-, ., , .. . , , ,,,. ,, , -1, ,,. ., l.,: dk, 7 . ,I , . -- ,, , L. .M David Rother Connie Rubio Kathy Rydolph Sandra Saenz Terry Sala Olga Salas Alex Salazar Edward Salazar Ernestina Salazar Mark Salazar Eric Salinas Karen Salinas Mary Salinas Donna Sammon Albert Sanchez Mary Sanchez Amy Sanders Norma Sandoval Lisa Sappington Eva Sartuche Keith Schelbelhut Kurt Scheibelhut Donny Schreider Mark Schoener Vincent Schons Robert Schroeter Paula Schulz Gary Seale Linda Sentell Heather Sexton Tracy Shaffer Pollyana Shaffer Alexandra Shahan Elizabeth Shahan Katrina Shaner Melanie Shanks freshmen X 129 Steven Shanks Mike Sheffield Iulie Shipnes Morgan Shrode Eddie Simmang Laura Simons Marcie Simons Darnell Smith Debbie Smith Ianet Smith Debra Soliz Earnest Soliz Madeline Soliz Gracie Sosa Nancy Sosa Skip Spahn Dawn Spaur Michelle Spaulding Carl Speer Vickie Spriggs Kris Stafford Diane Startz Karen Startz Kim Stephens Tammy Stewart Iared Stock Iohn Stolte Carol Stone Darryle Stone Dave Streibel Scott Stridde Nicki Strom Dayna Strother Doreen Stryk Dee Ann Stubbs jenna Stuesser a ,.. :asm-f - gftgeii- .ag-.gf i 1- 't f -. . 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The National Iunior Honor Society is still another activity which keeps Evans busy. He studies hard to maintain his 90 average. This year Evans was voted "Ugly Man" by his fellow classmates. Iohn Sullivan Kellye Sullivan Darlene Sumbera Lynda Sutter Inez Svatek Dawn Swank ! l Chris Sweet I Patricia Tagliabue Q " Kathy Tam ,,, Q. Israel Tames X Q, Es Isaac Tamez 29. -Qui. 5, Q :Mari f David THyl0I' ' -,Q f J . . sflfkxfiiif ft? Iulie Tenbusch David Thames Kathy Thompson Stephanie Tisdale Deboralee Todd Wes Todd Ioe Torres Chris Trevino Richard Tristan Tina Troell Martin Trubka Mary Grace Trevino Dinh Truong Lisa Tschirhard Gary Turner Chariesse Turner Ferrell Tuttle Toby Tyler Dena Tyler Iohnny Valadez Ioe Valdez Gloria Valdez Ramiro Valdez Steve Valdez Karl Van Slooten Andrew Vara Danny Vasguez Mike Vess Iames Victory Suzanne Villafranca Aubrey Villareal Ignario Villegas Brian Vincent Tammy Vowell Natalie Wagner Charles Walker Ji., QV: 1 Tennis appeals 4 to Freshmen t This year tennis is beginning to come out of hiding to be looked upon as an important school sport. It is a popular int dividual sport that is appealing to freshmen as well as tc the other classes. Usually the freshmen team has more members on it than the varsity, because their team consist: of many beginners. This season there are fifteen members. They practicn during fourth period with help and advice from Coach A C. Blunt. All team members, including Pet Palmer, devote much o their leisure time after school and on weekends to prepart for tournaments and polish up on their skills. They are con stantly training year-round in hopes of being on the junio varsity team next year. They quickly learn the meaning o the words "competition" and "defeat" With their potentia abilities VHS will surely be proud of a great varsity team ii 1985. 132 X freshmen Ieri Walker Tammy Wallace Gwen Ware Kim Warner Shanna Warren Angela Wayman Kelli Weaver Melody Weaver Bruce Webb Trent Weeks Ioe Welvart Richard Wendt Rose Wenske Billy West Myke Whitaker Harry White Georgia Whitehead Sharon Wiley Elizabeth Wilkin Paula Williams Tony Williams Wayne Williams Christie Williamson Michelle Wilson Eileen Witt Iimmy Wofford Normann Wolfschlag Brian Wood Gene Wood Keith Wood Amy Woodrick Henry Woods Robin Worman Sonya Wyatt Quentin Yancey Fredrick Zahensky Lisa Zarate Michelle Zarate Steven Zimmer freshmen f 133 .E2KfV'1'5551fQ "7 Wil' ' IV tt"X5Tl'7i57'W'7E5'f?Ziff'E''lk?V'Y5'?1Tf??FT"v'1'f75--H5521657?wikis-2,:!f ..s,,iSi??1f,i'sis' ?iQ?!Tf?515'i5Q ew'1S?5'g5'4?713P'l 557' LiF",,2EE5s?1'.w . 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X , V xgtVL ,KVV-AV. .Z - ,...VVf,VVVVVVVV . f V 1 Aj' VV J VVVQ, V 1 - A SWS number I ..,, , l i X- N --' ,Q y " , Freshman Red Team Includes: lBottomJ Tracy Clark, Issac Tamez, Mark Schoener, Gary Seale, Elliott Harvey, Albert Galvan, Mark Salazar, Mike Nieto, Pat Ramirez. lMiddlel Kevin Hueulefelot, Brian Wood, Robert Cuellar, Lance Cummings, Mark Gerrick, Albert Sanchez, Harry White, Ioe Gar- za. lBackl Coach Zoe Simpson, Eddie Simmang, Martin Trubka, Matt Chacka, Iohn Neece, Tim Peyton, Andy Hiesser, Alfred Garza, Coach Robert Tripson. 136 X football I fu at Q' an S :gp 1 W Coach Simpson studies the opposition. mils. is fBottoml Paul Ramirez, Leroy Brown, Willie Parks, Art Coles, Danny Cancino, Ricky Cavasoso, Chad Tipton, Paul Polasek, Tony Prokop, S lvester Iackson. IMiddleJ Iames Mueller, Carly Koch, Dupre Marshall, Shawn Reeder, Bubba Brown, Steve Valderrama, Mark Beam, Trey Neitch, Henry Trevino. lBack1 Martin Peratta, Andre Ramey, lay Tejeler, Kirby Rollins, Wayne Wood, Kenneth Balusek, Kevin Spaulding, Lindy Con- ner, Mike Bailey, Ieff Carter, Mike Corley, Coach Hicks, and Coach Iackson. football X 137 Sub-Varsity Coaches: lFrontl Don Hicks I.V., ISOPI-Il Zoe Simp- son IFRI, Wayne Stewart lI.V., SOPHI. lBackl Robert Tripson IFRI, David Harris IFRI, Bill Iackson Uv, SOPHI, and Gary Hackney UV, SOPH1. Super Stings discuss a plan of defense u IV Team members included Emmy Bailey, Pat Patters Richard Stoeltie, Daniel Derna, Iac Simon, Wesley Pruitt, M Albarza, Armando Thomas. l2nd Rowl Coach Stewart, Orla Garcia, David Brown, Greg Knabe, Scott, Turk, lay DworaczQ 35 ' c,,c , 'M' 4 , as , 'll , ., H atis, t - i p , yp i is i""'1" W., - sstt ,.,, t it ll , , c ctt c , V l l r ir 3 , "" Q ' i'ie to ' a31?f'g12a,- 5 is Bennett, David Hartman, Coach Hackney. lBottom Rowl An- arrera, Danny Borden, Micah Thompson, Kenneth Rather, An- Allemand, Doug Obenhaus, Adran Porter, Shad Hardin. eva, ,.wt..,,i,-,. ,.. N LM ,, , ,, , I-' lStings show a determined look before the BIG PLAY. J grim, fr 5 David Hartman explains how it's done while Patterson and company look on. IV sets good record The Victoria High Iunior Varsity Footabll team set a good record this yeargwith a total of six wins, two losses and two tie games. The Sting coaches feel like our I.V. team will make good prospects for the Varsity team for the 1982-83 season. football f 139 Season opens to victory! The Victoria High School Stingarees launched the 1981 football season at home in Memorial Stadium. Victoria's Iet Brown and Ieff Payne let nobody doubt their ability. They found the end zone quickly in the first quarter to propel the Stingarees to a 21-0 victory over Austin Anderson Trojans in the season opener for both teams. The final Sting touchdown came on another big play in the fourth quarter from Iunior Charles King whd snapped off a stunning 28-yard run. Senior place kicker Robert Vasquez nailed all three extra points in the game. Kevin Coffman - ready for action. 1981 Stings break through the season. z E 5 I Iet Brown slips through the hands of a Knight. Mighty Sting looks for an opening. Stings make the catch. Courtney Wash covers the ball to secure Sting possession. Big red-red hot! The red and white played the McCallum Knights of Austin. The Stings had their second straight comfortable win as they extended their early season record to a spotless 2-0. The Stings totally shut down their Austin hosts with a 31-7 slam. Victoria's first scoring drive began with Brown, Adams, and Furr, while a Vasquez kick tied the game at 7-7 in the first half. Adams and Brown, again along with Vasquez' extra point, drove the Stings to a 14-7 advantage. Midway in the third quarter Charles King added 5 more points and Vas- quez's kick gave the Stingarees a 21-7 lead. David Frost mov- ed the team up with Vasquez for a 24-7 lead. Maxson and King's determination added a fourth-quarter score. football I 141 Stings in winning streak The Stingarees' third straight non-district win came with the 16-6 victory over Corpus Christi King. Offense put points on the scoreboard, while defense caused a pair of fumbles and an in- terception. The kicking game added a field goal and left the Mustangs in poor field positions. let Brown's fourth-quarter touchdown iced the win for the Stings. The touchdown drive began as Charles King took the ball which had been recovered by Fagan Patterson. Curtis Adams then followed to let Brown, who broke through the line for the score. Ieff Payne picked off a pass with 3:22 left in the game and the Stings ran the clock out. Offense and Defense switch l Stings in action, . l 'Et I 6 R .. .v ' 4 1 'Q In up . .V 4 Q. It f 4 C -. Ar 'ten f 5' i ..r.,,iif i-'fine -Wit at Q Y, -24" sw. .iff 81 . ' .90 . .ifvllxa Q 5 'xkis S Q . 0 Q t-'f'.'.'M1H 1 Stings are ready forthe big play. Courtney Wash and Iim Furr show th great enthusiasm. 142 X football Floyd Terrell goes for the ball. Curtis Adams wonders where the ball is. Sammy Flores breaks for a touchdown. Stings keep rolling Victoria Stingarees rolled past another Corpus Christi team with a 34-14 win here at Memorial Stadium over the Carroll Tigers. In the first quarter, quarterback lim Furr had a 70 yard pass play faking it to Curtis Adams, then hit- ting to split end Sammy Flores, tie- ing the score 7-7. With the determination of let Brown, Iohn Anderson, and Robert Vasquez, the score was then boosted at 14-7 in Victoria's favor. Curtis Adam's scored on a four yard run with 6:18 remaining and Keith Garner pushed in from the four for the final victory score. football X 143 Stings lose district opener The Victoria Stingarees opened district 25-AAAAA competition with 1 27-7 loss to the Lamar Mustangs. Dropping from the ranks of undefeatec teams, the loss left Victoria standing at 4-1 for the season and 0-1 in leagui play. Iet Brown ran a 44-yard dash down the left sideline, giving Victoria it only edge of the evening as the Stings rode a 7-0 lead into the seconr quarter. The Mustang offense then took over and directed the action. t Stings are Number One. The battle is won in the trenches. Victoria has the ball. 144 f football ikings crush Stingarees The Dulles Vikings won a hard fought 14-7 victory over the in 25-5A action. The loss brought Victoria to 4-2 for the and 0-2 in league play. Victoria held a 7-0 lead through most of The Stings were the equal of the Vikings in first half play. winning score came midway through the fourth quarter, at time Dulles managed to stay on top of the Stings. "?t't-gli t Coach Brown tells Darren Crawford the right way it is done. Sting offense lines up with Dulles defense. Iames Odefey learns from Coach Weddell. football X 145 Losing streak snapped The Stingarees rallied against the Sandcrabs, coming away with the 20-7 win which snapped a two-game losing streak. The win upped the Sting's overall record to 5-2, giving them a 1-2 in District 25-5A play. Ieff Payne rushed for the most yards with 88 in 13 carries. Charles King was close behind with 81 yards. Curtis Adams and Iet Brown were other top Sting rushers during the game. Robert Rodriguez alludes a defender. V 3 4 Stings go for a tackle. let Brown turns upfield for plus yardage Fox and Trainer Brooks leave the field of Battle. ,W - lwn goes in for six yards. l l w Sammy Flores and Mike Gonzales go for a Tackle. Stings give up homecoming victor In a last-second pass, the Brazoswood Buccaneers sneaked away with a 14-6 District 25-5A victory. Sophomore quarterback Ieff Payne passed to Sophomore running back let Brown for the Stings' only touchdown. The Stings fell to a 5-3 for the year and 1-3 in district action. football X 147 ildcats stifle Stingarees The Angleton Wildcats blasted the Stingarees 32-6 in an important District 25-5A game. In the first half of the game, the Stingarees trailed by a meager 12- 6. Victoria's lone score, which knotted the score at 6-6 in the second quarter, came on a two-yard run by Curtis Adams. With this loss, the Stingaree record fell to 5-4 on the year and 1-4 in the league play. Stings look on as Iohn Anderson awaits the referee's call. a emx 1-wagn..vswt .n.:snm.xmsm1f.:nm.mnuv1 Catch'em Fagan . . . Stingaree line up is ready to tackle. Mike Gonzales and Fagan Patterson are ready to tackle the Wil cats. ,, ,,,, 111, ,v 11 n 11 l rtis Adams and Company lift an oppos- rusher off the ground. Curtis Adams finds blockers and looks for the end zone. OOPS! Raiders clobber Stings The Stroman Raiders battered the Victoria Stingarees with a final score of 29-8. Midway through the quarter, Victoria quarterback lim Furr hit split end Sammy Flores with a 34-yard pass to tie the score 8-8. In the last 13 minutes. Stroman scored an additional 21 points. The Stings ended the year with a 5-5 record after a promising 4-0 start and 1-5 in league play. football I 149 Farewell, hello heard at banquet The 1981 football banquet was the setting for a change in command of the stingaree coaching staff. Retiring stingaree coach Scott Boyd, and incoming coach Alan Weddell teamed up with Rice University headcoach Ray Alborn and the Stingaree Boosters to honor the entire 1981 squad. Five seniors were targeted for special praise during the banquet. Courtney Wash was a second-team all- state and first-team District 25-5A selection. Sammy Flores was a second-team all-district pick. Robert Vasquez was the first Stingaree four-year letterman. Great decorations for the football banquet. Iason Elder and Michelle Ledet enjoy the banquet. Receiving top honors of the evening w Iamie Dorsett, winner of the Fighting Stinga. award, and lim Furr, Recepient of the cove Sandy Santleben trophy. q Rice University head coach Ray Alburn speaks with M Erskine. Receiving top honors of evening were Iim Furr, Courtnu Wash, jamie Dorsett, Robert Vasques and Sammy Flore. ill' Co-ok was voted 1981 Football ach Boyd resents Dean DeAtley an award the Football Banquet. Sam Burris and his date, Christine Ramon seem to be enjoying the Football Banquet. Former defensive coordinator, Alan Wedell is interviewed about his new position by KXIX. football ! 151 Football has forceful seaso: Stingaree football started with full force in 1981. Four straight victories began the momentum which carried the Stings to 5-5 for the season. The team scored 156 points while rushing 2,027 yards and pass- ing 465 yards. Coach Scott Boyd resigned as head coach, and Alan Weddell was named to be 1 replacement. Through wins and losses, the teamwi and sportsmanship showed by the Stingarees remii ed us that Victoria High School has a team toi proud. 1981 Stin arees include Mark Vicke , David Frost, Keith Madden, Sammy lglores, Mike Hernandez, :lie-f Payne, Robert Vasquez, Ruben Stoeltje, Coach Lee Brid es, Coach lim Brown, Mark Cole, Ioe Garcia, Matt Gonzales, Todd Maxson, Ice Barrera, Iet Brown, Mike Gonzales, Keith Garner, Coach Bill Iackson, Trainer Mark Brooks, Darren Fox, Mike Gerick, Sam Burriss, Fagan Patterson, Iohn Anderson, Charles Kin , Brian Arterberry, jason Elder, C Bielstein, Coach Scott Boyzf Coach Mike Terral, Curtis Ad. Bret Baldwin, Dean DeAtley, Floyd Terrall, Kevin Coffr Richard Wade, Robert Rodriquez, Harold Sims, jlamie Dorsett, ren Crawford, Larry Lesikar, Daryl Burger, Bil McCrarIy, If Odefey, lim Furr, Courtney Wash, and Coach Alan Wedde l. 152 ! football Coaches Don Hicks, Zoe Simpson, Wayne Stewart, Robert Tripson, Dwight Harris, Bill Iackson, and Gary Hackney. he trainers and managers of the Victoria ,gh School Stingarees are an important part bur football team. Although they don't play e game, they work just as hard. They help lap things running smoothly throughout the ason. They include Mark Brooks ftrainerl, 'eg Gomez, Eric Vaughan, will Branch, ad Mitchell, Doug Hadley lmgr.j and :rald Washburn lmgtxl. The VHS coaching staff puts in many long hours preparing the Stings for each game. These men don't think of this as a 9 to 5 job, but as a way of life. These coaches have spent most of their lives with football, and intend to pass it on. They have done a great job this year working with the mighty Stingarees. They include lim Brown, Alan Weddell, Lee Bridges, Scott Boyd lhead coachl, Mike Ter- ral, and Bill Iackson. football I 153 Most people can't find much satisfaction in working out at 5:45 in the mornings, fourth period class, and a whole lot of on your own running, A group of very dedicated girls have found satisfac- tion and quite a bit of glory in this sport, that is the Stingarette Cross County team. These girls have Margaret Thompson runs tough between Eagle runners. The silgn of true Stingarette determination by Betty Shock ey. A-ng l Girls strive to win competed on anything from the beaches of Corpus Christi, to the cow pastures of Bay City, to the forest of Austin. The dedication of these girls have paid off when they won the district title and an opporf tunity to compete at the regional meet. I S . I Stingarette 1981 Cross Country Team. lean Vasquez leads the Stingarette team at the regional meet. Margaret Thompson wonders if she'll ever find the finish line. ga ' L, .n W1 5 " K ' ' K ,,:f1ft' ' , , o " 'Wi T , M,-if "W - 7 1 fi' ' ,, ' I ' 5- wi W, -,,- 1 ,ee ' t- af-, if 5 -, ,-,, ,xr , ,K i in 1 i i i , "" - 1- w , J , " o . t s t ' - " . " A 1 ' 5 M ,. H ' 'A LL -K ' i V. i " if me Y H , if - 'kg ti ft ' Q4-55 H ,- Q, ' ' K -- -- 'vw it ,ft yi, K A . A , L,, 4 .,,, K ,. ' ' exif? . ' i '21 " . f ' " ' Y K ' . if , t ,i t t W V. , , 5 ,gm 'wig YJ Q k Norma Schlichting races for the finish line. gy? Alonia Brown finishes up a tough run. cross country X 155 Sport of determination Victoria High Cross Country is a sport that doesn't exactly appeal to all walks of life. It takes a very special type of person to dedicate several years to be the type of superior athlete that it takes to be a cross country contender. It is not the type of sport that one decides to participate in over night. The VHS cross country teams are a group of athletes which have ex- celled to great heights. They have experienced the true thrill of victory. Usual sight of a runner. Boys cross country coach, Zoe Simpson The rewards of long hours of training. A ticket to the State Meet. A cross country course. Sandra Hafernick, coach of girls cross country. cross country f 157 CTOSS C0llIltI' THCBS to state achieve it. Coach Simpson finished up the season saying, "This was a great way to end a supen season. These young men worked extremely hard and I am very proud of them." Cross Country Team: lKneelingl Ieff Clausius, Richard Br Manuel Vasquez, Andy DeLosSantos. lStandingJ Alfredo G01 Alfredo Gomez looks for the finish line. Cross Country competitors at the Regional meet. 4' an Davis, David Yeary, Andre Sam-Sin, and coach Zoe Simpson. The 1981-82 Cross Country Sweet- h e a r t, L y n n Branecky. David Yea? com- petes hard uring a I'8C9. cross country ! 159 Chuck Zavesky psyches up for Stingwarm-up. Runners set The Stingaree Track team set out the 1981-1982 track season with the yearly tryouts. 'Then the process of elimina- tion began, whereby the coaches narrowed down all the prospective runners to a winning team. The Sting track team has always been a strong team and this year was no exception. Bret Baldwin shows true Sting determination. l Sting relay team proudly accepts first place medal. Warm-ups play a big role in Sting track. W-.1-Q.-1l.S.fm.. Richard Bright is really serious about his running. :ado Gomez sets his pace for a Sting victory. Chuck Zavesky breaks the tape. s pace each other in a rough workout. -Q A perfect hand-off is the key to a victory boys track f 161 Coach Simpson pushes his runners on to the finish. Iamie Odefey leaps for another Sting victory wax ' ' S e e what I got from run- 1 n track K M we-.....,,, 5?-.Q J 'f'SX A few of the freshmen and l.V. track runners. 162 f boys track Simpson aims for a SBBSOII. 49" Ieff CIHUSIUS paces for an easy --W i wil , i , f , n. M, 4 win. .V M' ...mins Stings lead in a race of the fitness. David Yeary listens to the gossip of the Stingarees track coaches. boys track f 163 Team defends title l The Stingarette Track Team defended their district title with a surprising win at the district meet. These girls worked hard to be on top and show 'em that VHS is the best. Coach Lahodn talks 1- Ware. Head Track Coach, San- dra Hafernick. f..- ..-A4 164 f girls track things over with, Gwen N X Carolyn Goode waves to her fans. l-82 Varsity Track Team 1-82 I.V. Track Team Lackie Battalora can't believe how far she threw that iscus. Connie Martinka pauses for a pose. girls track X 165 Girls run for sta This year was a first for girls track to qualify for State Meet. This group of girls represented V.H.S the Stingarette Tradition. T State Qualifiers at the State Meet in Austin. ls that Coach Lahodny with her hair messed up? W? 2 f ! M ...Sr I T tiiii T 1 . T ss V't' T ttf .:-.-s' I 1 ..-: il ' S 5 .. .. Q 2 , ' gg g . . M. g V.: , V , . Www L.LL g A A g Q: ll . . - ' ' li i-'ih 5 win S .t. it. . K4 ..V, g ,, h,f ,.. hLl g ',...t ... T ' T Q. Manager off duty "HAI 166 X girls track 'J place finishers at the Regional Meet nnie Martinka sets the blocks for a winning run. 1- : - . lf ,w......7.. N -We-.. --V ,w ..s. in Y.. I"i'q,,, ,ELi'1L'T 'gf ,... digg . , L W., 5 " - if -Q 9 A X as 'i Q c 1 ,sis .3 25 :11 is iiz. if Gwen Ware races for the finish. Coach Hafernick shows the side of a retired athlete. X fy, Opal Ross isn't too sure waking up just to go un. girls track I 167 Varsity tennis has successful yean The 1981-'82 school year was a good season for the Varsity Tennis Team. They attended tour- naments in Brazosvvood, Wharton, Bryan, and Austin including the district tournament. Billie Henk and Nancy Ienkins played doubles and won the district and Austin tournaments. They also placed second in Wharton. Tami Garrett, a newcomer to VHS won the tournament at Wharton in singles while winning second in Bryan an fourth at district. Freshman Iohn Sullivan also woj the Wharton tournament and placed second ir Austin and second at district with his singles strategy. Nancy Ienkins played singles ir Brazoswood, placing first. In all, the girls won the second place trophy at district. Nancy Ienkins and Billie Henk. Coach Blunt in action. Iohn Sulluvan Bill jenkins 168 X tennis ' i Q l r EAL l l 1981-'82 Varsity Tennis Team includes Sheri? Kloesel, Teresa Billie Henk, Coach Blunt, Bill jenkins, Allen Smith, Thomas Corinne Bazar, Tami Garett, Lauran Fal, Nancy Ienkins, Iohnson, BryantMarkette, Iohn Sullivan and Iohn Tsujimoto. Team Captains Thomas Iohnson and Billie Tami Garrett Bryant Markette tennis I 169 IV - small and very close The 1981-'82 IV Tennis Team consisted of nine players. Only three of these members were juniors and the others were sophomores. Even though 1981-'82 was the first year on the team for four of these players, the others made them feel at home. Naturally, a small team is going to be close and play their best for and with each other. IV Tennis Team Kevin Knight, Ieff Shipness, Iohn Pettiway, Hani Christi Schroeder. Hahmoudi, Patti Henry, Kirsten Hodge, Patricia Taber, Liz Linam, 170 f tennis Pettway sa Martinak NEMA' ai 5 5 5 5 i ,Q if fa 3 i 1 , W 5 , ,Q-up ,f V , my k ,KX . -:if-117555,-,:Sf'f z V ' 'if f -"f"4'f' sfffiff-il ui.. , ,Q if H f . wwf ' and Kir Hodge Kirsten Hodge Patricia Taber sten tennis I 171 In the 1981-'82 school year the freshman tennis team increased in size. The team included sixteen players and they all seemed to learn from each other. Many of the members have played tennis for Freshman team grow many years but never on a high school team. Traveling to out of town tournaments for the first time and competing against others is always a worthwhile experience. , Petula Palmer ' Kathaleen Freeman The Freshman Tennis Team: Greg Gee, Philip Lowrie, Robert Parker, Pat Crenshaw, Kris Stafford, Tommy Barker, Roy Parsons, lulie Shi ness, Audrey Martinak, Iuliana Bryarly, Kathaleen Freeman, Alexandra Shahan, Laura Simons, Petula Palmer, Elizabeth Shahan. i 3 n , i :,: an K Barker 53:55 -,aj j' Team Captains Petula Palmer and Tom- my Barker. Laura Simons 'S .Lx iii ,iaaa 21 -if-W, ff X i A ix is A, Q.. A as E , .Q ri av 5 K I I, r.... 5 Q- 7 , 'f 'lf vm! J M-M41' ---nailz: Wm Roy Parsons Elizabeth Shahan -4,,,,m-nd .ai Iuliana Bryarly tennis I 173 :lr Competition tough in boys go The Boys' Varsity Golf Team finished third through sixth in a total of nine tournaments. They placed third in Victoria and fifth in District. Coach Benny Iohnson says that the boys' teams did not place as high as usual because there was more competition this year. Senior Mike Ross was named Most Valuable Player. The Iunior Varsity participated in five tor naments. Their highest place was fourth which was San Marcos. Sophomore Robert Briggs was nam Most Improved Player. Iimmy Broome keeps his eye on the putter. 174 X boys' golf v t ' ers: " ' Tired and sunburned, Robert Briggs goes home after a hard day's practice. Boys Golf-Teams - Varsity: Sam Saenz, Allan Shannon, Greg Cummings, - y I Briggs. Mike Ross Coach Benny Iohnson V: Carlos Salas, Kenneth Sex- ' Greg Cummings follows thru on his golf swing. i g i ' ' i'i' C H :QT ' ,,,,, -W A M, .J N.. S A ff:-N '- . if a N. . N, 4 .-rv 1 . . ' 4, X , h e f .M-H' X , Allan Shannon swings into action. boys' golf f 175 176 f Most Valuable Player Mike Ross shows off his famous golf swing. 4? sf V . 9, N'v- Q: vfll i I Greg Cummings, Mike Ross, and Carlos Salas wonder wh "" ' Robert Briggs's golf ball went. 4 -L . Q, M , sf Carlos Salas prepares to hit the "Invisible" golf ball. Christie Williamson puts her mind where the ball is. Riverside Golf Course was the site for both the boys' and girls' golf practice during sixth period. vsnsm meats E counss BAL SPEECH. 930 Girls' golfers have successful season The Girls' Varsity Golf Team had a successful year. Out of eight tournaments they placed first in Alice and Kingsville and second in Austin and San Antonio Northeast. In District they finished third out of nine teams. At the golf banquet junior Rhonda Thurman was named Most Valuable Player. The Girls' Iunior Varsity Golf Team participated in three tournaments. They won third place in El Campo and fourth in Seguin. Freshman team member Christie Williamson was named Most Improved Player. Next year, these are the girls to watch. Amy Tipton hits the golf ball with power. girls' golf ! 177 lghcgnda Thurman enjoys swinging her golf c u . 1981-82 Girls' Golf Team: Natalie Rodriguez - V, Beverly Baker - V, Vanessa Tr - V, Lisa Barrow - V, Coach Benny Iohnson, Christie Williamson - IV, Amy Ti - V, Yolanda Edwards - IV, and Rhonda Thurman - V. Not shown is Lydia Odo l IV Lisa Barrow concentrates on hit- . ., ting the golf ball. 178 f girls' golf E ff 5 Yolanda Edwards displays the golf E position. Vanessa Traber and Natalie Rodriquez look for the "eagle" that Vanessa shot. X BSVBFIY Baker shows that you can still hit a golf ba lin boots. girls' golf ! 179 ot a job, an opportunitl The Stingaree coaches and trainers are a group of games in order to keep the Stings looking good. V.I4 men who are ready and willing to put forth that little couldn't have found a better staff to lead our f extra effort it takes to be on the top. They sacrificed group of athletes. many long hours of their time to make practices and Coach Terral really gets in- volved in the games and the victories. Freshmen coach, David Harris, begins his year at V.H.S. with a winning freshman team. 'aw 715 fills umm i is 'O e Lt HH a WA ' fr. cw, y " f!T'i'AN '01 , n-ri amiga. -f swcxsmm mum 1' '95 'ii 25 s F' f 'CW i f , V 5 J, , - kiwi 180 X boys basketball Q rsity Basketball Coach Mike Smith, had ything but a calm year. Trainer Mark Brooks finishes his second year at V.H.S. where he has done an excellent job of preven- ting injuries. 5 Gary Hackney, Boys Iunior Varsity Coach, used his abilities obtained from Howell to lead his I.V. team to an exciting year. boys basketball f 181 Stings rope the Mustangs With only a 5 point difference in the first half of play, the Stings went on to defeat the Lamar Mustangs 77-70 in Rosenberg. The Stingarees real- ly hung tough and practiced some team work. Glenn Graves just knows he can catch this one. Robbg Milberger just can't see what makes Coac Smith so excited. David Slover, Robert Heinrich, and Glenn Graves wait for the signal from the bench. Pat Erskine looks for relief while Hanky Porter looks for a win. 182 X basketball ikings fall to Stings Dulles was no match for the Stingarees who delivered he Vikings a 69-60 defeat. Hanky Porter whipped in 28 oints along with Pat Erskine's 13 points to pull the tings a little farther along. Pat Erskine practices a ,ew moves in warm-up while Glenn Graves lust warms-up Robert Heinrich waits "patiently" for the rebound. David Slover is ready for all those hours of practice to pay off. 1 Glenn Graves and Pat Erskine corral the Vikings away from the ball. basketball I 183 Stings on top With a terrific score of 95-57, the V.H.S. Stingarees clobbered Stinqs concentrate on the game ahead Calhoun. Derek Reeder and Hanky Porter were able to drop in 12 and 22 points each to push the Stings to another District win. Robert Heinrich just can't believe they really won. Sweet success. David Slover gets ready to drive. 184 f boys basketball Stingarees practiced team work before and during a game. id Slover guides Hanky Porter down the court. Robert Heinrich and Hanky Porter show a little team sportsmanship. Wayne Barefield keeps a steady eye on a loose ball. Brazoswood downed A close game in the Clute gym just wasn't close enough to keep the Stings from rolling over Brazoswood. V.H.S. ended the game with a fan- tastic score of 51-43. boys basketball X 185 1' I ,. WZ, L vo. ,S 'fwiis zl":f q Qc-4. v , M ig? ,, 6 f A of if A J, , 1 My 4, gm 4 K 5 W it ,254-W sig f Y my 9 M A 1 f .Z if r E' P! gm, is Q xg, .Y S A as if' ' i ,, 2 my f4 -M, 1 V 5 xg . ii. W? 413 K' fr' ,iq ri. fi A ' H if as .- V144 W7 f asketball Wayne Barefield herds a Raider the other way. nn Graves just can't believe the whole ation. Drost says, "Not this way." "I think the goal is the other way," says a Raider. Best in Victoria With the need of a win to gain second round district championship, more was at stake in the Stroman gym than just another season win. Un- fortunately for the Raiders, the Stings had an answer for everything Stroman had to offer. The Victoria Stingarees delivered the Stroman Raiders a 66-51 overcome to win the District Title. basketball X 187 f Stings capture district championship The Stingarees half-court defense may have been the key to a district title. The game may hav been considered a true test of Sting determination and those mighty Stings showed 'em that VHS i 111. The Victoria fans couldn't have asked for a more exciting game. The Stings looked as if they wer ready to end their season early in the game, but the basketball fever hit them and they did an about-face to win the Bi-District title in double over-time with a score of 76-70. Ieff Drost uses his jumping ability to win the jump ball, Robert Heinrich studies his shot. Q Glenn Graves watches while Wayne Barefield fires in a pass. 188 I basketball Barefleld lust cant belleve the game IS Hanky Porter feels the thrill of victory. The Stings take time out to pay tribute to VHS and to their fans. Pat Erskine rushes for the goal to put in two, basketball X 189 The 'Stingaree collection' The Victoria High School Varsity Basketball Team excelled this year both on and off the court. The team of fine athletes was one of talent and character. They learned to climb on top when even the fans themselves were ready to throw in the towel. The season placed many obstacles before them, but the Stings soon found that with team work, they would be able to overcome all of those obstacles. 1981-82 Stingaree Basketball Sweetheart - Trayce Salyer. The true bond of team mates Pat E r sk i n e a n d Hanky Porter. The Stings were never alone. , , M.,-,........ ,Q ., Wayne Barefield and David Anderson work out team strategy together. SWSK sr Qwillklgt ii Motif tffiRl.T it The Stings always congratulated each other for ' a victory. The Varsity Basketball team included trainer Mark Brooks, Heinrich, and Coach Mike Smith. IKneelingl Iimmy Smith, Assistant Coach Mike Terrel, Pat Erskine, Ieff Drost, Glenn Mark Mallett, David Anderson, George Alexander, Hanky Graves, Greg Marshall, David Slover, Wayne Barefield, Robert Porter, Robby Milberger, Derek Reeder, and Brian Fox. basketball X 191 Change good for freshmen The Change from Iunior High to High School is tough enough, but of the V.H.S. freshmen basketball team, there was more ofa change. This group of boys did a great job of adjusting and winning. Ball handling is the name of the t game. i Freshmen Sting rushes an Angleton ' i Wildcat. The 1981-82 Freshmen Basketball team. ff F Q Ricki Brigham uses his jumping abil to get closer to the basket. 192 X boys basketball I.V. Team included Ricki Brigham, Iames Russell, Kenneth Sexton, Mike Consley, Steve Felux, Lorne Strait, Kurt Friede , Ieff Simpson, Chris Gerhold, and Brian Bianchi. I.V. team scopes out the court. One step from the top Only one step from being on the V.H.S. varsity basket- ball team, the determined I.V. worked hard to impress and improve themselves. They had an outstanding year. I.V. team scopes out the court. boys basketball I 193 David Anderson proudly accepts his aw from Coach Terral. x How sweet it is . . . David Slover and Wayne Barefield received the only special player award, "Best Attitude." All players were recognized as determined athletes and commended on their ability to play together as a team. Guest speaker at the banquet, Don Eddy, University of Texas at San Antonio head basketball coach, spoke of striving to achieve set goals. 1 l l David Slover and Wayne Barefield share Best At- titude Award. Coach Smith speaks in a daze at the banquet. School song sang for the final time at the banquet "How S' It ls." l l l 1 E ingarette ackbone unning a team like the Victoria Stingarettes is an all but 1 job. It requires a lot of dedication and determination lay behind a team headed for the top. The Stingarettes dn't have found better supporters if they would have Hmen Coach, Norma Ross, Varsity Coach, Ian Lahodnyg I.V. Coach, ,ra Hafernick. Senior Leaders, Paula Vrazel and Carolyn Sneed. The Stingarette Managers. girls basketball X 195 Coach of the year Coach Ian Lahodny had the best basketball team in the state and the Stingarettes and the coach of the year. Coach Lahodny is a lady of unique character both on and off the. court, and she proved it by being the best at what she does. 196 X girls basketball Paula Vrazel - Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Southg All-Star Team: 2nd Team All-District onda Wimbish - ding Scorer of District AAAAg 1st Team All- trict Unanimous ice: District 25AAAAA st Valuable Player: Tourney 1st Team roe Tourney, 1st Team st of the Coashg All- State Tourna- 1st Team TABC, 1st Amarillo-Globe llie Buckner - All-District Honorable ention. l O Ofnal Ross - 2nd Team Al-District Amy Alkek - 1st Team All District . . . Unanimous Choice: All-Tourney . . . 1st Team Conroe Tourney 1st Team Bellville Tourney. Maureen Conaway - All-District Honorable Mention Cyrese Russell - All-Tourney 2nd Team Bellville Tourneyg All-District ... Honorable Carolyn Sneed - All-Tourney 1st Team Toast of the Coast, 1st Team Bellville Tourney: All-State State Tournament, 3rd Team Amarillo- Globe Newsg South All-Star Team: 1st Team All-District ... Unanimous Choice girls basketball f 197 Cit champs! The Stingarettes started off their road to State with a city cham- pionship. They defeated cross town rivals Stroman in an exciting game. Paula Vrazel waits for the tip from Yolanda Wimbish V.H.S, publicized their pride. Amy Alkek looks for the complete pass. Coach Lahodny signals for her team to go with the right play 198 I girls basketball I l Paula Vrazel aims for the perfect pass. Stingarettes fight for control ofthe ball. QW' '1 Q J p for two. . ,+-M1 S-H w 4 ff se fp No one can stop the "Bush." .Wag J WY 1 ww ff fm tfits' up f t i i ' ' W V 'ffm' :if qw Q33 W " T .sy-23 5 1 L f f' if - . sg-,M .Af lk -v, 5. 4. . SW WW It W W : mea A ifgjxn. mm ,,., WML ' ., " if . . ,,., ,,,, .Y , , .M H W, nf? 'f F ' ,Qt gt " ,, 35,122 I 'Q V 53 f 4 ' 2 x 'Wir f W' gy swf Q If Q ,.o , a n em. tw., , V ,, K, Q3 U L... , Q H.. ,,,, ,. ,, W,,, . .,-t .. V. , The Stingarette Tradition. The taste of victor The 1981-82 District Championship was a battle for the best, and the best was what came out on top. The Brazoswood Buckettes were no match for the victory hungry Stingarettes who went on the win the district playoff. girls basketball X 199 .. , . .nv vf4' ' '59 as Y T r w 1' fy f Q 53 X" "5 W , 13,51 qlhv Q 1 i L, Hx: ,','. ry ,Mx ' ,,,, Aw I at ' auaixgma 'Q If 111, A , " ' f gf Q . 1, if Mm , ,.::s 1' lm N f Q4 we Nc IA ,aa-f X I ! E 1 J W! Viz' fri-1 fimlwif fm?" fa- K ' Q M Q 5235- is 1 m' w-,41 'y .WH rngmrls-.,'W 25 years Stingarette basketball excellence The 1982 Basketball Season was one of true excitement for the Stingarettes. Every game was looked forward to with new highs of anticipa- tion. Coach Ian Lohodny's powerful charisma was transmitted to each player as they won game after game . . . and climbed higher and higher to finally achieve the ultimate victory . . . the State 5-A Girls' Basketball Championship. lt was a special time for ti Stingarettes . . . their 25th annivers and Stingarees celebrated ll never before. Red and White vt everywhere. The Stingaree machi was on the move . . . mugs, shirts, ba ners . . . all part of the momentum tl each Stingaree was caught up int victories became common place. It was a good year for ii Stingarettes. t TI is . F 2 girls basketball girls basketball f 203 Coach Lahodny points out the tricks of the trade. The Stingarettes learned the art of team work, Q To get involved is the secret of the game Amy Alkek, Carolyn Sneed, and Paula Vrazel inspire each other before the game. ...-4u-- ' The Stingarette Beau for 1981, Hanky The Stingarettes prove their talents Porter than basketball. ch Lahodny teaches on a one to one s. Discipline doesn't seem like the best answer to Maureen Conaway. Paula Vrazel and jackie Bat- talora sing a little country. unite The girls were always girls basketball f 205 Freshmen work for the top The Stingarette Freshmen Basketball team proved themselves over and over again to be the best around. These girls were faced with upholding the Stingarette Tradition of winning, and they did an ex- cellentjob. Freshmen girls go through their war- mup eforeagame. l I Doreen Stryk concentrates on a complete pass. The Freshmen Stingarettes always The 1981 Freshmen Basketball show super spirit. Team. The 1.V. for 1951-82 Huff looks for a to the bucket. vlyn Goode strides for the basket. , . to pay off. i Brazoswood Buckettes can't keep Donna Bankston on the ground. Excitement keys IV Kim Hiller is ready for all that practice The excitement of being one step away from varsity kept the I.V. working and striving for the top. This team excelled to only follow up the best in the state. girls basketball X 207 Stingarettes on display The Stingarette Sports Banquet had a lot to celebrate with the Basketball State Championship, 25 years of basketball, and the first trip to the state meet for the track team. The Stingarette Booster club did an excellent job with the decorations and made the banquet something special for the seniors of '82 to remember. Amy Alkek receives her award. Sign of the times. Q! vf K pmt if ,I.f' 1 p E Coach Lahodny doesn't waist any time. if .f 'df' 1 if .f . 1 '11 208 f girls basketball few of the decorations that made ie banquet special. Eula Vrazel really gets into the eech. tttt gt Q l Table at the banquet. Honored Stingarettes. Geneva Swaboda speaks the 1981 State Champs. girls basketball ! 209 C O - Success WHS Sl1I'pI'1SlI1g KTRQIBZSEFSE lE2ip1fe1,5l0SS2lft1?Z2IS5 The success of this year's team was a surprise to most who, because of the team's large number of inexperienced players, did not favor the Stings to win district. Through the experience of Coach Robert Tripson, and the determination of the players, the Stings ended their season with an overwhelming 24-13 record. S' :M Ronnie Gant hangs on to first base with all his t might. Varsity Team Members Coach Robert Tripson, Mike Hernandez, Rol Benavides, Larry Lesikar, Kyle Neuvar, Iohn Davila, Ronnie Gant, lamie Do Coach Stewart, Terry Sala, Todd Marbach, Courtney Wash, Keith Madden, Thormalen, Danny Cacino, Martin Cano, Aohn Garcia, William Branch, Tri Brooks, Iohn Garcia, Kirk Barringer, A olph Vega, Troy Huffmaster, Coach Tripson looks on while Kyle Neuver makes the Obenhause Sammy Flores Leo Hernandez out on first. 210 X baseball infielders try to keep their pitcher calm. garees huddle together to boost their its. Coach Robert Tripson gives the signals to help the team out. Ronnie Gant stays silent while Doug Obenhause goes into deep concentration before pitching a winn- inggame. baseball X 211 Preseason sorimmages An important part of the Stings' workout is the scrimmages with non-district teams before the season begins. The players and coaching staff are then given the opportunity to assess their own strengths and weaknesses. Standing amazed, the catcher watches Mike file-Hman ez slam another one out to center ie . Rolando Benavides knocks another one out to the f while Mike Hernandez runs for second. Troy Huffmaster looks on as Rolando Benavides shows him one way of batting. 212 I baseball Tripson discusses strategy some of the players. Sammy Flores gets ready for his turn at bat. NW!!! li dd Marbach waits for his "big chance." Adolf Vega waits for the pitch while a Houston Westbury player stands ready on first. baseball X 213 District 25-5A top pla ers The success of the Stings is attributed to their ability to play as a team - a team of very talented players. Courtney Wash was named Most Valuable Player of the district, with a 14-5 record, and a no-hitter game against Stroman. Sammy Flores and Adolph Vega were also first team selections. Larry Lesikar, Mike Hernandez, Troy Huffmaster, and Ronnie Cant were named to the second team. Kevin Coffman and a Calhoun baseman scramble for the base. R 'W 'T ' Stinglarees line up at the base line to congratulate Ronnie Gant for anot er homerun. 1 Q. has t ' ntl Samm Flores and Ronnie Gant take a minute to cut up w Rolando Benavides thinks of knocking one over the fence john Thormalen, Coach Tripson, Mike Hernandez, and Courtney Wash watch closely as the Stings start an important district game. Q... 2 -. ggfiizef K 's " e Neuvar is determined not to let anything stand in way. Iamie Dorsett shows us one way of getting the job done. Mike Hernandez waits for an easy catch on first base. First round ends in tie The first round of district play ended in a four-way tie bet- ween the Stings, Dulles, Angleton, and Stroman. Brazoswood was the winner of the second round but the Stings successful- ly competed in the district playoffs to capture the District 25- 5A title. The Stings then defeated Austin Lanier and Corpus Christi King to win bi-district, and were only one step away from the State Tournament. baseball X 215 Playoffs end with loss to Ieffem' After their bi-district win over Austin Lanier, the Stings met San An- tonio Iefferson in the Regional playoffs. The series started in a 1-1 tie, with the third game determining who would advance to the State Tournament in Austin. "What do you mean, I'm out!?" D a rr e n Fo x g e t s disgusted with the game. Troy Huffmaster will do anything to sto runner. Cheerleaders and Victoriadores were always present to back the stings. 216 I baseball ' Huffmaster and Ronnie Gant catch a tang player in a hot box. Sammly Flores tries to restrain himsef from swinging at a low pitch. .. . Z, ig, V, A . F T . ' ' I1 Y Q , f I ,L , W,-N kj",--fly ' TV lf ,L . :Eff a ,W , , ,I mf rua If X if 1 -rw lftsmt. , H ml , ,L ,ale 4: 'W , , ,.... , ,, ' ' X' '7,:-Fifi "tw f tr Vw V2 .... -Q A t 4 it S " , " ' 1- V . lie Gant runs for the next base. we xfex- ' , I 'Lei' - xx .c fl - K Q, ' 'K' 1" 4zF:,a'Qw 'vw' 25:1 Q' f k .J wx lfillsa:-QQQPY. htNgQQf2gi:'h-,L fit iiimflg t ' -- 5' ' .r t ,, 1 , l . . , . t "" ' it .A.,, W zaz V V .. , .. t.,. .,r.. 1 ---- a 1 5 Adolph Vega can't stop a Mustang runner base. .M . tt- - --.Q ---,.. fm, M, - if from stealing Their season ended with that game when lef- ferson outplayed the Stings 3-0. Despite that loss, the 1982 Sting team achieved more than any other Sting team - a bi-district title. baseball X 217 IV team works for 14-9 record The Iunior Varsity baseball team had another successful year under the coaching of Wayne Stewart. Their season record of 14-9 reflects only the number of games won and lost. It is impossible to assess the experience and knowledge each player gained, waiting for a position on the varsity team. Pitcher Mark Schoener gives it all he's got. i 5,1 iyrrry ft 3' 1 vt, ' f v ,..v 5 ',j','f"' ' .V M , . QQQZZW ', 5 w.i:'w-'3-',:1SfZ? f M - , ", '-v,. -is f " W LIE o'ff' '1'. 'ft 4 f ' 2 W 2 fi 4! 5 4 4, 'ff 51' Gm., 1 as 12 al f ,R "' ' wff' ' 51 .lit We in A M, ,A .V ,g ii ,T ,,,, I Nw, , 'L yyy,, t r t o . , ' it . I 1. 4 H ,. ,e g n Wmawqxwfiwltvff ifsir ith? f J we -r ' -V eg J lfvfijwgfqahw Zu'3,A:.,,. WW, M , :,f1Z7f::.3v E Q I A .sf 'M -V f In , M, ,,V. , . ypl, . a .-., 0 "' " ?'5"m5" "g nf 'P' S- a wg . ,. , Alf., nga - If .if . I .asf 'IL-rx' . ,Wig IV players come to the mound for a pep talk. IV players wait their turn to go on the field. Mark Trubka, Harry White, and Richard Tristan wond they will ever make it to the big leagues. odd Iones stands his ground while a Brazoswood player ies to slide past him. N Q X f K 1 . we l a I Mah My w l ,... ,...,t,-,.l,l i 5 e Q - 'Q . A - . V .fu- 'K Q' K Q Heikki." 4 new nw ui-wr ' ff layers take a break while they wait their turn at bat. l l it it A Ng W Q X Q? ,.. H .Q- klmysr ., 8 by ,, nt. X Qs!! l ,ie X 5 Y V , ti A K W . QS . M ,gi -Q-. vw- ,L 1 Q .K , N ' . ' ' C . . C hx.ss.3'tf" " Catcher Keith Madden stretches as far as he can to tag a Brazoswood player. baseball f 219 Coach Stewart is set straight on the rules of the game. Ty Koenning warms up before the big game Andre Allemand tags a runner to help the team. l l li... ,,,, Y . , Qgrazoswood team member waits on one of Mark Schoeners' fa: a s. 220 X baseball Schoener pitches another winning game. we . was t fi . QM ' Q racism IV Team Members: Lance Cummings, Frank Herbst, Chris Bennett, Mark Schoener, Iimmy lig, Allen lack, Martin Trubka, Harry White, Mark Marthiioin, Karl Koch, Todd Iones, Andre nand, Ric ard Stoeltj e, Richard Tristan, Eddy Simmanlg, Brian Oehlke, Coach Stewart, Keith den, Rolando Garcia, Phil Huebenak, Ty Koenning, Al red Garza A Stroman Raider dives for home while catcher Keith Madden discovers he can't find the ball. Series split Victoria split their two- game series with Stroman, winning the first game 5-0, but losing 7-3 in the second game. baseball X 221 Lai l 'S s fix af' Q w . was Q , 93 J. 5, i Q 9 a rj 5 Q s s 2 2 Q Q L. UIL ........... . by Lisa Zuniga l, School Play .... . L by Lisa Zuniga is Homecoming ..,. 'by Lori Torres is Nltelife ........... by Tammy Farmer School Policy ...... is by Tammy Farmer sw Trivia .... ....... . by Tammy Farmer 'H Fads .............. 55.15 by Lori Torres ,,ff,- SM, 2.1,-V, . -mr, .,,. iw., ,,-, ff-- Q :-- 2-, ' '.f-will' - ffeaftp::vfasiw qw: ans- - : . vi Ja S 3 Q 3 -42:4 - .-mx:-, 1' .is .. 4:.- , W ,, iw U . lv ,M if Contents . . 224 World Events ..... . by Tammy Farmer . . . 225 Computers ..... . . . by Lisa Zuniga . . 226 25 Years ........ . by Lisa Zuniga . . 228 Senior Stuff ...... . by Tammy Farmer . . 230 Special Awards . . . . by Lori Torres .. 231 Prom ........... . by Lori Torres . . 232 Awards Assembly . . by Lisa Zuniga , ,.,,r- ,, -, V-ww p.,,fL..,. X,-L, T, ,. , -s - fl Q is sf 5 'Z ,Y z.:- H-z V. 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K ,W :Hk,,i9,fVm 1'-liyii M,Y,,v,A,,.Y,,,mW,g,W wAs?wf?fl'- ww - gg:-ffzgiv'ff--:4w!?w'wSazsf2v"z,,wf-- wgyggaf, w az,f-g..4-34' ff---531 , GM: I k I , Amy,-5-L5QL , gwkgz. A - HW- --J f- -fx - V- -f U H J ,f-mf-fi-i ww. .,,-my :-,wfs.,..., :SL-:we-1, w.2m?1Qf:.L-2'mi-1Sssgfffs,s-w3Q9kx,:v51.ef5:gQ'55l-figiig 4 k fi - Z A, , 5 ir ,MW ITS COOL TO BE JOE PREP 4, 1 ! special X 223 IL competition: a chance for reward For students participating in debate, journalism, ready writing, speech, spelling, number sense, typing, and shorthand, the UIL Literary Meet is the highest level of competition. Students prac- ticed for weeks, some for months, with little chance for reward. At the district meet Cathie Bush placed second in prose reading, Lisa Marlow, third in informative speaking, Betty Schokley, number sense alternate, Chance White and Shelley Felux, debate alternate. At the State level, Iulie Morgan placed fifth in spelling, and DeeAnn Stubbs placed seventh in typing. Chance White looks for his debate partner, Shelley Felux, before their finals round. Mrs. Bonnie Mutschler, debate and Ioni Herman, Iamie Calaway, and Iulia Z2SeCl?,g?f1fh'5F alfelilebtzfnlfs 111:62 Morgan await the awards assembly. advanced. fi Typists DeeAnn Stubbs, Laura if vw Bright, Kathleen Young, Ashley Logan and Mrs. Lynn Schramm, sponsor, are ex- cited about Dee my Ann's win. xt Has Shelley Felux finally s ped crying? 224 f uil hat a show! weeney Todd," also referred to as the Demon of the Barbary ast, was presented this fall by the Victoria High School ama Department. The main character of this Gay Nineties lodrama was portrayed by Iames Ianssen, a senior drama dent. The play was opened in December after several hectic eks under the direction of Mrs. Denise Weaver during which eryone memorized lines, built props and experienced with ge make-up, The production was filled with action and spense which, when combined with everyone's enthusiasm, in a tremendous show. Oertli, Melanie Shanks, Carolina McAlister, Eli and Laurie Kresta gather 'round "Widow Fairoa as Christie Shaffer. .seen Melanie Shanks and Christie Shaffer are caught during a dramatic moment of the play. ada' m Leissner performs solo. athie Bush drags Niki aGrega for her cue. Steve Seerden and Iames Ianssen have a slight difference of opinion. Chance White tells us what he thinks. school play X 225 Homecoming sports variet Homecoming festivities began on Tuesday with some Seniors dress- ed up with glittering faces and frizzy hair, but this fad didn't last long. The Punk Rockers found themselves sent to the office for counseling on the dress code. This isn't normally done, but Punk Rock wasn't on the agenda for homecoming. Wednesday came and everyone dressed western from their hats down to their boots. One of the highlights of the week was the first annual Candlelight Pep Rally. The students along with the cheerleaders and the VHS jazz Band provided spirit for the football players. Stingarees left with a feeling of determination! Finally, the big day arrived, Friday. The halls were filled with red and white. After a week of anticipation, the night began with Lorrie Soliz crowning Lisa Palacios Homecoming Queen during pre-game ceremonies. The stadium full of spectators anxiously awaited for a vic- tory. The final curtain came when Brazoswood defeated Victoria with a score of 14 to 6. While others went home disillusioned, many couples attended the Homecoming Dance to listen to the sound of HARGISS. Courtney Wash and Darren Fox present carnations to the cheerleaders on behalf of the football players appreciation. Stingarees discuss the outcome of the game. .f f s ig Homecoming Court 1981-82: Laurie Merrill, Wendy Wayne, Gay Fitzhenry, Elsa Garcia, Linda Purdy, Lisa Palacios, April Co Sharon Dum, Laura Manning, Iill Whitaker, and Lynda Sutter. . 3' 226 X homecoming 1 ' Head cheerleader, Lisa Palacios, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cosme Palacios, after being named Homecoming Queen. Jw fa .3 iz' A' f xl, X .- U- AY A v P' .. 'ii . "1 speech on victory. D'Lesa Sumbera and Loren Beadle play "dress up" on formal day. Vic the Stingaree listens attentively to Dean Atley give a Punk Rockers are caught outside of Mr. Burchfield's office. homecoming X 227 YL J- E' .sl ,Q a Ea? W " a asm ight scenes provide excitement The studerits at VHS are la big part of who makes things happen at night, here in Victoria. Because of the raising of the drinking age, most students were not able to "party" - legally, tht-it is. However, a few still enjoyed the atmosphere of the CT, Al Dean's, and a few even got into Cody's, Victoria's latest in country entertainment. VHS kids dould always be found,at the ever popular Taylor Brothers and Drifters dances, along with those who enjoyed our newest dance band, Hargiss. And of course, for those who preferred a more quiet night, there jwas always the show or cruizing the Sonic or just Jgathering with friends at one of the favorite parking lots. N With all the dancing in Victoria, the Playhouse and the Salem Six theaters were always a nice change of pace. , . j The CT offered the ultimate in modern atmosphere alnd excitement. W zza f nitelife ! xi f ' R f ii! I, Al Dean's was a popular spot for those who enjoyed live countr music and riding mechanical bulls. v f - Q ,, 9' ,A iff Q " 7 2, 1 'I V 11. I , ' ,tt Video games were part of tl rage for this school year. Tl Nickelodeon was one t several game rooms th never were found empty. 5 f , . . , x -4' 1 .-.Q Q V Hillel, Cody's, located in the Victoria Mall, offered a quiet country atmosphere. 21 was the age set togo inside, but a lucky few were still able to get in. fn P W-K Y. i' , .,.' .f fw- Mr. Catti's continued to be one of the favorite places to eat. I I! 1 T f .ML X 'tx- Riverside Market Square was the setting for many Drifter's dances, along with a few Taylor Brothers dances. ' Cruising the town was something just about everyone took part in. The Houston Hi hway between A1 Dean's and tie CT was the main area to drive through. Burger Kin was a favorite not only during lunch, but or those who wanted good foo and fast service. V , T s . . " F" , if ED REVE Tl-ZEZSU ... ,mm gy a ...Q , nitelife f 229 policies is ,, if This This year the VISD Board of T sions ,involving new policy. The po were written on drug dogs and final The Board 'established policy on wereito handle students in the l dogs. Policy was also established ySptudents would be expelled f unless proof could be rehabilitation had been achi allow astudent to return to VISD has had year the student conduct and conduct as standing of 230 X policy 9 wmv' Aiuww . 'KK .:f s 395 :: ilTapS!! L H sa ,M QM wi? 1' KL Y xyxfl Q my Y , ,L 4 x if 'ff Y F a Q, 255 8 4152, 5' K P MQW Mfggimfw jw 1 S32 f 1 5iSN'..'1Qf' WMI? .xp A ' H 2 99 X 4 ef? WL ,GY Q .LV trivia X 231 Boys' 81 Girls' SHIRT: For comfortable and inexpensive shirts people bought Izod and Ocean Pacific. For the ones with a more expensive taste, Polo was worn. BLAZER: To give a person a more dressed but comfortable look, a blazer was worn with jeans or dressy pants. STEREO: Sounding great was a big hobby. People were buying more equipment to show off more sound. The louder the sound the better. RUBIK CUBE: The mystery of colors. The four-sided cube with the different colors was a challenge to all. PANTS: Iordache was sweeping the campus, but the traditional Levi and Wrangler were still popular as ever. BOOTS: No matter what the fashion was, no outfit was complete without a pair of boots. 232 X fads F ads 8: Fashions BLOUSE: Blouses ruffled at the chest or at the neck were worn with any pair of pants to add a soft touch. ACCESSORIES: Gold jewelry was worn more to achieve a more "glittery" look along with metallic purses and belts. KNICKERS: Knickers were a short pair of pants worn to accent the legs. BOOKS: One, two, three, etc. These words were heard in P.E. classes, at home, and at the People were concerned with keeping fit. TAPES: Music was still as popular as ever whether be Foreigner 4 or Alabama. People were buying more and more cassettes to achieve better fidelity and louder sound. SHOES: Metallic shoes were worn with more dressed up outfits. Bass shoes were worn with jeans for a more comfortable look. fads X 233 We saw it all happen During this past year, the countries of our world have experienc- ed many eventful moments together. From the assassination and at- tempted assassinations of three top world leaders, to the fairy tale wedding of Prince Charles of England to the Lady Diana Spencer, an event that enchanted the whole world, if only for a moment. These and the many other events that occurred may not have af- fected each country directly, but together we saw it all happen. A man in an Egyptian uniform fires a machine gun into the reviewing stand where President Anwar Sadat was assassinated October 6, 1981. fr . klij t n :-X., I if .. Q. fi - x x 1 - ' a wk.. if if Q . 'I . fi Khiltk 1 x Lg . if ,Q A handgun, circled at left, is pointed i at Pope Iohn Paul II during an assassination attempt in St. Peter's Square, May 13, 1981. The moon asses through several pffases of its eclipse early Iuly 17, 1981, as it reached about 55 per- cent of total. 1 234 X world events The space shuttle Columbia lifts off at Kennedy Space Center, November 12,1981. Iustice Sandra O'Connor poses on the steps of the Supreme Court building just before being sworn in as the first woman member of the nation's highest court, September 26, 1981. ., A AN! 1, ta ' siii 1 9 . 5 E 1 . , , , 1 . , i p, Q W, ,,tVL 5, b b A . Q 4 . ,gif P fp! land's Prince Charles and Lady Diana Sfnencer, share a private moment ' eir carriage draws away from St. Pau 's Cathedral shortly after their ding, Iuly 29, 1981. Wreckage clogs the lobb of the H att Regenc Hotel after the col- lapse of the second and fourth wallfways killed,113 persons Iuly 17, 1981. world events f 235 The computer deon Gold Mme Silver Dollar and Mr Magoo s were the most popular any given school night lunch hour or Sunday afternoon VHS students coul ens as fast as they could It was a form of entertainment and relaxation with g with friends. The more devoted video game players purchased home found. Victoria pes probably being one of the mostepopular gifts to be raze and there was no denying its impact on VHS students. Whether it' year students were introduced to a new and different form of entertainment 3 , l , ' - l ' ' , , d k . ' ' ' 1 7 ideo games are here to stay. V ide was a simple and fun game X t the Nickelodeon. 52 x ,ere- "fi, A large Vicki Waters enioys the challenge of a video gams X N .- XX X ' - ww, X X N '. x ,.f- MX A..., kQ' b X ,,.h Q x , .kg JV. . s , , C NX - 'gf I ' vsefiumlf "' 195' wm m wx , C k -W M 'N 115, M, Q ,553 fi 'N Stingarettes celebrate w w 4 i l t i i l 4 w l 25 years of excellence The first girls basketball team in Victoria was organized at Patti Welder High School in 1957. This team played a schedule of eight games, losing all eight. Since that year the Stingarettes have been state finalists seven times, winning first place three of those times. They are known throughout the state for their fine attitudes, determination, and outstanding talent and Victoria High School is pro- ud to back such dedicated champions! Coach lan Lahodny is a source of inspira- tion forthe Stingarettes. Xt 1 Alai "n ffm ,f ali' -. 35? 6 238 X 25 years , . , E Editors Lisa Marlow and Shelley Felux prepare to enter stories in the computer. The first publication of the Victorian and the ogening issue for its 25th year show dramatic c anges. team g ilhers next strategic ZIL S - around Maureen Conaway to devise play. ictorian's yeafg Silver Anniversar The Victorian has seen many changes in the past 25 years. Since 1957 the Victorian has evolved from a newspaper into a newsmagazine. Another step towards the sophisticated goal the Victorian strives for is the purchase of a computer through which the editors are able to transmit their stories from the classroom to the printer. The Editors this year are Shelley Felux and Lisa Marlow and the adviser is Mr. Barclay Burrow. Class of 1982 COLORS: Red and Black FLOWER: Red Rose SONG: "D0n't Stop Qgalievinm an Y vw 240 f senior st ,L 5' Mariorie Vickers and Billy Traylor Awards Connie Martinka he Billy Traylor and Marjorie Vickers Awards are sented each year to outstanding graduates. The y Traylor Award is given in honor of Billy Traylor, x was an outstanding scholar and athlete for Patti ,der High School from 1920-1924. It is awarded to outstanding male athlete with commendable Jlarship and character, Wayne Barefield, this r's recipient, is a member of the Varsity Basketball a and National Honor Society. Wayne Barefield The Marjorie Vickers Award is given in memory of Mrs. Marjorie Vickers, who was a devoted teacher and administrator for many years, and is awarded to the senior girl who best exemplifies the qualities of scholarship, leadership, and character. This years recipient, Connie Martinka, is an active member of the Future Teachers of America, and Varsity Track team. special awards f 241 A night to remember The Community Center Dome was the setting for the Iunior and Senior Prom. This year's theme was "All That Glitters." The Iunior Class did a superb job in preparing a night of glitter for the Seniors. It was a night for all to remember. At the dance, refreshments were served to all who attended, entertainment being provided by the Drifters. Thanks to the Iunior Class and sponsors, the prom was a great success. Members of the Freshmen Class catered to the upperclassmen. Gary Alford teaches Margaret Thompson to polka. The alcohol dog was a special guest at the prom. 7' 'W' si f 'tix .QQ ml wiv-L 242 X prom Drifter fans crowd the floor. .fi I von Below and his date boogie down on the dance floor. it Prom Committee Chairmen include: Rhonda Breaux, Missy Saenz, Kathy Davis, Sara Klotzman, Angelle Allemand, Iason Elder, Laurie Merrill, Brenda Simpson, Glenda Greer, Laura Trotter, and sponsor Barclay Burrow. Tracy Harris and David Reisz can't believe how much fun they are having under the rainbow. Lisa Palacios and Freddy Hoelter dance the night away. prom f 243 ff!! K f ,W vkk,,, , W J, ,,., i ,W L,,..:: .A,,W xx' H V, -W - , ' 1 k " "" "V Q 5 C- "1 W 5 'V if" " g f ' ""h ' ' H 'AJ' "S ' k ,, . ,. 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S students Nils Von Bekow and Pedro Canal, and YFU student ria Carlsson receive gifts from the student body. Outstanding students are recognized Scholarships were awarded and outstanding students were recognized at the Awards Assembly. A total of 377,930 was announced in scholarships, including those from both clubs and colleges. Dur- ing the assembly, magna cum laude and cum laude graduates were presented. Ioe Trevino, student council president, was master of ceremonies. Coach Alan Weddell presents the Stingaree Football Booster scholar- ship to Iim Furr. Michelle Nicholson prepares to ac- cent another award. Wayne Barefield r e c e i v e s th e Debonaire Social and Charity Club scholarship from Mrs. Bertha White. awards assembly X 245 . ,,.. L. .2 "W 3 .fig . . , X KW, 2 is!Gf!S?f'4W?s8i re .Kat ,.,A in 1 Q ,' 1' gain: eaders . . Anchor . . Art Club . V Band . . . . Cheerl Choir ?si:iii,5 tology is? ,-AL f-,,, ,L,,g2, A. Llv. .,,..... , .., .Lg,,,..,.,,., .Q.,,. .,.. Y. 7.555Higgizgwg-ggagf,f,EQf.fs55gtgqggwteswkgfiqgwkaif ygfggifiijiiiaps,ss1:E54 1. Legg Contents Section Editor - Michelle Dronet 263 326 307 290 288 300 336 Ginger Copeland Connie Rogers Lisa Lewis Ioy Dunglinson Tammy Farmer Donna Andres Kim Anderson , Holly McCutcheon ....... . . 342 , . . .Iackie Olinger French Club . . . 329 . . . .Lori Torres FFA ........ . . 354 . . . .Dee Garland FHA . . . . 255 . . . .Michelle Dronet FTA .... . . 261 . . .Linda Oliver Adviser . . . . 333 . . . . .Tammy Farmer HERO . . . . 338 . . . . .Iackie Olinger HOSA . . . . 340 . . . . .Iackie Olinger ICT """" ' ' 350 ' ' ' ' 'Iaqkle Ohnger III1 8Ct ' ........ . . 314 . . . . Bl'1Clg8llI6.POStel In ustrlal Arts . . . . 316 . . . . Linda Oliver IFF? ' - -. ------ - - 258 - - - - -DOW Andres Ir. Historians . . . . 284 . . . , .jackie Vega 3 ' - 1 lr' Glance -- -' 250 -- --Usa Vasquez Key Club .... . . 322 . . . . Shannon Fitzgerald :wait 2..f srw Alfa, W5 .ilg . ia .rr NIHS ..... . . 276 . . .. Lisa Vasquez NHS . . . . 280 . . . . Lisa Zuniga OEA .... . . . . . 376 . . . . Ioy Dunglinson cg Orchestra ...... . . 294 . . . . Rhonda Kickendahl Photographers . . . . . 310 . . . . . Laura Trotter Reserves ........ . . 266 . . . . . Shannon F tizgerald i.c .1 Quill and Scroll . . . 312 . . . . . Ginger Copeland Sr. Science ..... . . 252 . . . . . Dee Garland 4 Spanish Club . . . . 330 . . . . .Tonya Shaw Speech Club . . . . . . 272 . . . . .Sabrina Steelman Stlncg Staff . . . : . . . . 304 . . . . . David Iordan I Stu ent Council . . . . . 318 . . . . . Lynne Lowder, IanetMe1s , Thespian ....... . . 268 . . . . . Kim Anderson Victoriadores . . . . . . 296 . . . . . Michelle Dronet Xkgnrian .... . . 308 . . . . .Tammy Farmer ,-',5 '.s, S221 -'k.lf "fw': 4f.- 4 I .... . . 334 . . . . . Kim AI1d6I'SOI1 iie wsf ,iist , , , , , . . . . . im n erson K V03 348 T 1 414 z 'rsii E2 '-". w 4 '.-, ifig fa.. +1 ,..,.s,. rirne A .. 5511.1 X ., .t.... 3 nn.. .t..,., ,i.U... is on 3 ,6 on 3 ,M ,.. iw, Atk,, ,i,- i 155 ktti .,,, , ,. fm .,z.1,,..,,,,iQ.A,,.,v E,5LV..3,5.E,f -.k,As l..kA is ,fit ,, if ,z,. Eyszxb, L5 ,Lk.1.:.5l1 5, ,,,,. Elly.. 5g3,g'-use My K VL .,-v 1 +2 ,-....ffiff,Zk gggg,g.w,r f,s-k:1, Lf1f,.5, e l-.. Q yff- wggfpspt.,a.zqzvgg"fgyfi1wgwzfrrgsgrgstsffsvwwmy: rffsim fll .,k ..5,-, ,,,1 -,.. iie iis '.', if, 7'.' f., if :fi', 'irt f .iti l 246 I clubs Leaders nd F u' W3r5 -- f k .1 f ,, - . -ww' f'a1fQff': 12: - 1' In V . , K ,, -Q M- ,Wi ,.'- 5,-,,,,,g, f . ,. fn :z S' :H-f ,,- -fzzsz-v ,,f,,:--.,,f:f,, 4, 3 S.. ' L 1 clubs f 247 The Mu Alpha Theta The Victoria High School Mu Alpha Theta, better known by most as the Math Club, held their meetings this year on the fourth day of every month and during activity period. The Math Club also worked in the com- puter room quite often this year. Mr. Gray is the sponsor for the Math Club. Officers for the Math Club during the 1981-82 school year are Derek Mauzi, Treasurerg Diane Smith, Secretary: Nanette Long, President: Kenneth Iana, Vice-President is A Af- 'ff X- Maureen Conaway takes a break while the rest! the club members work hard during beautificati of the campus. Maureen Conawaiy looks to Steven Iones for help while wor ing with computers. 248 f math club Members of the Math Club posing for a picture. Mr. Gray helping members of the Math Club work on computers. Laura In ralson seems to be enjoyinlgl qnerself while work- ing on t e campus. George razlc finds out. Susan Tsuiimoto and Brgfant Markette concentrating har on computers. Workiniwitb the computers can be puzzling as math club I 249 Ir. SClBHt1StS have trlp X' 'WEE'-5 " Ti' 1 The Ir. Science club is a club for freshmen and sophomores interested in science. The club sold candy this year and went on a field trip. The club held its meetings each activity period. The sponsors for the club are Mr. Kenneth Iones and Mrs. Sara Wayne. tlzt x Mr. Kenneth lones sponsor the Ir. Science club. Ir. Science club meetings can be interesting. A club member takes time off for a picture. 250 X ir. science ,- X--X--We ,A .-'-QQ?i?'E,Ei.:' X9 x N 'ol' W Olaf 1. T, .V ,5 ii f' 551 'J lsiffiiiksf Club members for 1981-1982. Club members listen closely to the club meeting. members get ready to sell candy. An unsuspected photo of club officers. members find something more esting than the meeting. r. science X 251 Sr. Science Club goes to NASA The Sr. Science Club met every month during activity period. Mrs. Edith Bernhard and Mr. Fred Uloth were the club sponsors. Funds were raised by a candy sale so members could go to NASA in Houston. The VHS cafeteria was the sight for the VISD Science Fair. Rami El- Mahmaudi placed first and traveled to El Cam- po to participate in the Regional Science Fair. Chance is fixing to give everyone his big speech. Tim Hartley thinks the speaker is funny while Deanne Mitte doesn't really care. These three boys are reallv concentrating on the discussion 252 X sr. science The 1981-82 Sr. Science members. David finds his Science magazine fascinating. Mrs. Barnhart and Mr. Uloth are the Sr. Science Club sponsors. fand Lisa are very interested in the latest discoveries in the -ence field. ichelle Simons is working hard while t takes time to pose for the camera. sr. science f 253 Ter finds Science to be funn and excitin unlike how VY , I y s most people think of Science. Michelle doesn't know whats going on in the discussion because she's thinking about the guy she met last night. U - '- Pam sure is interested in what is going on behind her. The 1981-82 club officers were Billie Henke, President: Ram El- Mahmaudi, 1st Vice-president: Ioe Trevino, 2nd Vice-president: Bill Ienkins, Secretary: Chance White, Treasurer: Amy Leissner, Chaplain. The elections for next year's officers are being held. p1'fk cncvh ,EY .lgf 5.9 ,gkik GMX!! Xxfxsinu .li-k hlvhll KL: J .A bb' 4' 254 f sr. science Ianle Yallery listens calmly to the disc IISSIOIIS. Future Homemakers have productive ear Future Homemakers of America, under the guidance of Mrs. Iosephine Cade, Mrs. Carol Salonek, and Mrs. Ianie Vallery, had a very productive year. The club worked hard to fix up the flower beds around the Homemaking Cottage, as a service to the school. F.H.A. met during activity period, and often spent time making cookies for teachers. The club went to state meetings and also held style shows. F.H.A. officers are Andrea Huff, Sharon Mrs. Ilosephine Cade listens attentively Garner, Louise Escalante, and Teresa Gauna. at a c ub meeting. 332 'E ,mi Mrs. Carol Salonek helps conduct a business meeting. A representative from Dilliards talks to the club about summer swimwear. fha f 255 Andrea Huff Pres. Louise Escalante sec. Theresa Guana Parl. .Jig Maria Aguyo Leticia Avila Gen Berger ...me Connie Cano Diana Dominguez Debbie Figueroa is-A Renelle Forman Mary lane Graham Melissa Guajardo 451.3 Robin Hartman Michelle Iackson Liz Linam L... J Mrs. Ianie Vallery waits to snap a picture for the clubs scrapbook Andrea Huff served as the Club's President Club members wait for Andrea to tell them what's next. 256 ffha Club members find their conversation more imporx than the speaker. 1 A Y 4 ? . Y .v 1 F 11-v-""fg szwwasalszsv--'mx :mums i sw- ' .. l Huff tells the club about their next project. A. members listen to guest speaker. l ' Robin Hartman is not very happy with the meetings topic. Elizabeth Medrano Susan Mueller Andrea Murray Maricela Ortega Denise Ovallo Anna Ozuna Georgia Ramirez Elizabeth Salinas Madeline Soliz Mary Trevino lessica Warren l I FTA tutors children Future Teachers of America is an organization which strives to promote leadership in the teaching profession. This year the FTA tutored young children at elementary schools in the fall and also in the spring. They also sold memo pads and calendars to send their top point makers to the State Convention in Houston. Yvonne Coon munches on a goo-goo while Becky Rippamonti and Kathy Krier try to look intereste . Mr. Martin congratulates members on memo pad sales. Lisa, what are you doing? President Sarah Klotzman tries to get the meeting in order Cathy Garza takes roll. 1 . , I . 2 is 'l w. 3 i . . .S st Q l I ,ii , Q 5 I I ' .,.. I I . wc. I -- .Lf - . a t . k q " ' ffikigalllljw- Donna Mungia writes down a schedule events for the upcoming month. 1918-82 FTA officers. Orsak gives her monthly report on the number of ts each member needs to stay in the club. ff? .sm , V Olvosky seems confused about the point system. Angelle Allemand lanette Brannan Connie Domann Gwen Etzler Sarah Klotzman Susan Konarik Linda Mabe Connie Martinka Donna Mungia Ianet Olvosky Lisa Orsak Becky Rippamonti Stacy Walker Tracy Walker Wendy Wayne Debra Zaiontz Christi Zapata Iim Martin Dan Murphy Sponsors Dan Murphy and Iames Martin discuss plans for the State Convention. fta f 259 Mike Correll - sponsor Kathy Kuester - sponsor Patti Scharschmidt - sponsor Tamy Akai Kim Bartay Tiffany Bellis Sally Beyer Susie Bigelow I.F.T.A. attends man activities The Adle Young I.F.T.A. had a very suc- cessful year. They participated in activities include: Officers workshop in Cuero, District convention, Stromeng State con- vention, Houston. To participate in these conventions, they raise their money by selling calendars. These members take notes on selling calendars. The 1981-1982 Miss I.F.T.A., Delia Rodriguez. A V Mrs. Kuester does her duty as one of the spon: for I.F.T,A. R : l . 5 260 f jfta Bartey and Delia Rodriguez listen carefully so don't miss anything important. -hs, r. Correll thought's are elsewhere while a member as to get his attention. V Amy Bishop Elizabeth Brown Pam Bues Lisa Buzek Darla Crisp Michele Danna Mary Davis Susan Dominguez Dawn Eller Terri Ernst Ellen Fowler Mary Garcia Sharilyn Getz Sandy Heaton Dede Koenig Ashley Logan Missy Madden Erlinda Martinez Martha Maxwell Christy McAlister Allison Miller Iennifer Miller Kendra Neitsch Becky Perez jfta X zs1 Michelle Perez Tamye Pressler Delia Rodriguez Sandra Saenz Lynda Sutter Debbie Todd Barbie Vasquez Alisa Veazey Rose Wenske Sally Ba er seems more interested in the Y than the meeting Delia Rodriguez - Point Keeper Missy Mad en - Sec!Tres. Kim Harlan Pres. Lynda Sutter - Vice Pres. Susie Bigelow - Parliamentarian AFS Club has variet The V.H.S. chapter of the A.F.S. club met the second Tuesday night of each month at 7:00 in the Sting Room. The club had many different things this year such as a Halloween party, a bake sale, and a Christmas party. There was also a going away party for Sally Bernhardt who left in Ianuary to spend a year in South Africa. At one of the meetings, Amy Barker tells about her stay in Eng and. AFS members participate in a short-term exchange with McAllen. The 1981-82 officers. Nils Von Below and Pedro Canal show their appreciation for the Sting shirts at an afternoon pep rally. afs f 263 3 5 1 f A Alicia Bianchi dresses up as Florence Nightingale. Are two heads really better than one? The .AFS club flag won second place in Houston at the district p1cn1c. s us TORIA lk ,R W"---.....,.,-' X "'s....,.,,f ,,., M WM, 264 X afs Members give Sally Bernhardt a going away party. Pedro Canal enjoys the Hallo- ween party with all his dates. Members sign up for shirts. afs f 265 Reserves' hectic ear The 1981-82 Reserves had a hectic year helping out the Victoriadores with money making projects as well as decorating lockers. The Reserves displayed their percision and expertise during half time at the Stingarette games and the Powder Puff game. The two most important weeks for the Reserves were the two that involved Victoriadore tryouts. It was at this time that all the long hours and hard work would pay off. The 1981-82 Reserves help support the foot- bikl. team by showing their spirit during pep ra les. Martha Maxwell impatientgy awaits the arrival of the varsity footbal players at a sting pep rally. Fifth period Victoriadore Reserves of- ficers: Karen Kasper, Ellen Fowler, Allison Miller, and Lynda Sutter. 266 f reserves The reserves strut their stuff dur- ing half time activities at a Stlngarette basketball game. First period Victoriadore Reserve officers: Kathy Dum, Martha Maxwell, Kim Furr, Laura Cook, Molly McMullen, and Dawn Swank. Dawn Swank thinks the football players are more interesting than the speaker. l Ellen Fowler shows the Stings just how much she loves them. reserves f 267 Thespians strive for excellence The Thespian Society is an honorary organization for outstanding drama students who excel in the field of theater. Victoria High School Thespian Troup 1974 presented a Fall Play, "Sweeney Todd" and their UIL one act play was "Women of Troy." Members also attended the state convention in San Antonio. Drama II students presented a variety show in March. Many individual awards were won by Thes- pians at speech tournaments throughout the year. Thespian officers preside over a monthly meeting. Amy Leissner and Melissa Klecka were na: Best Actresses, and Iames Ianssen , honored as Best Actor at the Awards Asserr Thespian Members Include: Chance White, Sandy Watson, Nikki LaGrega, Amy Leissner, Melissa Klecka, C Bush, Carolina McAlister, Lisa Marlow, Gregg Leissner, Laurie Kresta, Randy Holloway, Iames Ianssen, andi Swoap. 268 X thespians :spian officers are Chance White, presidentg Randy Holloway, kg Melissa Klecka, vice presidentg and Cathie Bush, secretary. 1981-82 sweetheart and beau are Iames Ianssen and Amy Leissner. M r s . D e n i s e Weaver is the Thes- pian advisor. Members listen carefully during an important meeting. thespians f 269 Chance White Melissa Klecka Cathie Bush Randy Holloway Kim Conway Kathie Derrickson Iames Ianssen Rudy Klecka Laurie Kresta Nikki LaGrega Amy Leissner Gregg Leissner Lisa Marlow Carolina McAlister Kristy McAlister Celeste McNew Christie Shaffer Diana Swoap Sandy Watson Yolanda Zepeda Thespians enjoy the annual banquet. lames lanssen practices his acting sl- 270 f thespians During a meeting, Iames Ianssen keeps everyone entertained. fi , , , .4 ' efene , MQ:-e mx .9 Mrs. Weaver, Melissa Klecka, and Cathie Bush share a joke. , munch out att e banquet. something very funny. Mrs. Weaver catches a much-needed nap. 1 Diana Swoag and Nikki LaGrega W Kathie Derrickson and Sandy Watson find thespians f 271 Speech Club promotes involvement The primary goal of the Speech Club is to promote involvement in Speech and Drama activities through tournament participation. Students spent many hours writing debate briefs, memorizing lines, preparing extempfiles, and selecting prose and poetry material as the club won several sweepstakes trophies. The Sweepstakes wins are made possible only through the accumulation of individual wins -these are team trophies. Chance White is all prepared for a weekend tournament. Club Officers include: Rudy Klecka, Lisa Marlow, Cathy Bush, Laurie Kresta, and Shelley Felux. Mrs. Mutschler takes time out to help Amy Leissner before a tournament. if 22 S, 3, 5 Q 5. """"v"'+t-Q-any-.,.,,.. Ntxzjpd 272 f speech 'Y ,., -e Shelley Felux - Pres. Cathy Bush - V. Pres. Rudy Klecka - Sec. Lisa Marlow - Rep. Hist. Laurie Kresta - Pt. Keeper Ioni Herman Randy Holloway Iames Ianssen Melisa Klecka lill Konarik Amy Leissner Carolina McAlister Kristy McAlister Celeste McNew Donna Oertli Steghen Seerden begins to loa the debate cases for a speech tournament. Club sponsor Mrs Bonnie Mutschler shows there is a lot of preparation and concentration behlnd Speech Club. speech X 273 Felux, White direct tournament The hard work at tournaments is preparation for the district contest. Lisa Marlow won third place in extemporaneous speakingg Cathy Bush placed se- cond in prose readingg and Shelley Felux and Chance White placed alternate in debate. The highlight of this year was the Victoria High School Tournament which Shelley Felux and Chance White directed, under the guidance of their sponsor Mrs. Bonnie Mutschler. The Speech Club finished up the year with a banquet honoring them at Nolan's Steak House. Chance White seems to be happy about his debate results. Club members really concentrate on district contest at a meeting. james Ianssen easily admits Amy Leissner is the guilty one. Sith- X 2 274 f speech if K. Shelley Felux finds a club meeting quite amusing. Lisa Marlow proofreads her"speech notes. Speech Club members include Iill Konarik, Melisa Klecka, Cathy Bush, Amy Leissner, Stephen Seerden, Ioni Herman, Gregg Leissner, Randy Vivian, Chance White, Iames Ianssen, Randy Holloway, Carolina McAlister, Kristy McAlister, Shelley Felux, Laurie Kresta, Lisa Marlow, Rudy Klecka, Donna Oertli. Randy Vivian, Stephen Seerden, and Mike Derrickson show that speech isn't always serious work. speech X 275 IHS helps keep school beautiful National Iunior Honor Society members have been active participators in the campus beautification pro- ject. The club landscaped the area around the flagpole, and each month, members work on the area as a service project. The club, made up of only freshmen and sophomores with outstanding character, service, scholarship and leadership, meets every month and hears from various speakers. Beau and Sweetheart are Larry Bachak and Tracy Bowser. Two club members talk during a meeting. NIHS officers are Beclgf Hasty, Pam Lee, jennifer Rippstein, Lorri Smith, Lauri Range, an Lynda Sutter. Club sponsors are Mrs. Ann Iohnson, Mrs. Elva lean Gerhold, z Mrs. Sylvia Martin. , 276 f nihs L ...,mle... Andre Allemand Rick Andreasen Kim Anderson Larry Bacak Donna Bankston Tommy Barker Tiffany Bellis Brian Bianchi Susie Bigelow Amy Bishop Tracey Bouser Kim Bowers Libby Byrnes Iamie Calaway Ianelle Carbett Carla Cliff Iohn Carlile Dane Chetkovich Darla Crisp Donald Curton Laurie Davis Maryjane Delgado Carol DuFour Kathy East Christe Ehrett Terri Ernst Louise Escalante Geroge Evans Louisa Evans Ronnie Faikus Iennifer Feldpausch Steve Felux Troy Fishbeck Ellen Fowler Chris Gerhold Gay Gilson Melodie Gohn Esther Gonzales Bill Greer Iohn Hadley Shana Hardcastle Rodney Hardegree Kim Harlan Amanda Hartley Iill Hamilton Becky Hasty Patty Henry Ianet Herman Elizabeth Hill Kirsten Hodge Melissa Hultguist Ieff Hunt Lori Immenhauser Ierilyn Iacobs Denise Iemigan Michelle Ietton njhs X 277 Chrissie Iohns Brian Iohnson Stuart lohnston Todd Iones Ted Kainer Denise Kilpatrick Michele Klein Iill Konarik Linda Krause Keith Ladner Lynette Lambert Winston Ledet Iacqueline Lee Pam Lee Ashley Logan Phillip Lowrie Beth Luker Lenora Mabray Gail Machieck Teresa Marinak Todd Martin limmy Martinez Iackie Matejicek Martha Maxwell Rhendi McCary Gretchen McCord Missy McMahon Tara Meyer Ken Metting Melissa Moeller Mike Montgomery Susan Muellar Iulie New Becky Niemann Lisa Ortiz Michelle Perez Marni Pair Stephanie Peshell Ron Petet Pam Purdy Ellen Rab Lauri Range Delia Rodriquez Elva Rodriquez Liz Salas Lisa Salazar Danny Schaefer Katrina Shaner Iulie Shipns Monica Simons Debbie Smith Ianet Smith Lorrie Smith Monica Sneddon Shari Springer Donna Stryx Ienna Stuesser Kellye Sullivan J-Am. Inex Svatek Dawn Swank Patricia Tagliabue L aaa t l ' '.i' 7 'A Lynda Sutter ' ' ,?,, iiii t , ii s , A R R A-A V. Q Ewa Stephanie Tisdale gawk is Debbie Todd Tracy Troell Denise Truitt Iohn Tsujimotm Susan Wade Natalie Wagner Suzanne Walchar Harry I. White Paula Williams Robert Williams Christi Williamson Keith Wood Amy Woodrick Renee Woods iv' Nikki Worsley Yolanda Zepeda ...al Laurie Range, Chrissie Iohns, and Pam Lee. 3- ,777 Chrissie Iohns and Pam Lee take a break from the campus cleanup. Christi Ehrett dreams of being in a coke commercial. njhs I 279 HS members excel Members of National Honor Society are selected by faculty as the exclusive students who excel scholastically as well as in such areas as leadership, character, citizenship and service. This year, NHS sold enough "Seniors of 82" shirts to enable them to present one hundred dollar scholarships to Bill jenkins, Derek Mauzy, and Lisa Zuniga. Senior members who main- tained NHS standards graduated with a symbolic gold cord and an honorary collar. N Bill jenkins - pres. Shelly Felux - v.p. Rami El-Mahmoudi - treas. Marae Lehnert - sec. Iulie Morgan - chap. Natalie Alkek Grant Andreasen Wayne Barefield Corinne Bazar Alicia Bianchi Brenda Beams Richard Bright Ieff Carroll Iulie Cole Maureen Conaway Kathy Davis George Drazic Iulie Dutcher Mr. Tom Burchfield rewards Alicia Bianchi for 1' scholastic accomplishments. il Officers are: lulie Morgan, Shelle Felux, Marae Lehnert, Rami El Mahmoudi, and Bill Ienkins. 280 f nhs fl? M. , Qi? gf arf 554 it? 2 i i f ! W,.,..-my NHS sponsors are Mr. Carroll Southers, Mr. Norman Bennett, and Mrs. Virginia Klingle. lill East Cheryl Eichman Hani El- Mahmoudi Gwen Etzler Felicia Fuqua Rose Garza Monica Gill Sherry Graves Patty Hawkins Monica Heinhold Billie Henk - Sweetheart Cheryl Herman Kim Hiller Paula Hirsh Theresa Hirsh Daina Holliday Charles Iackson Kenneth Ianak David Iohanson Libby Iohns H C Y ix nhs f 281 Thomas Iohnson Steve Iones David Iordan Dana Kelly Melissa Klecka Greg Knabe Alicia Knebel Ioan Kurzy Michelle Ledet Amy Leissner Rhonda Linam Brenda Machac Mike Mallett Greg Marshall Leslee Martin Derek Mauzy Todd Maxson Susan Melenkevita Kenneth Motl Laurie Neumann Michelle Nicholson Linda Petru Iohn Pettway Patti Pickering Laureen Pickle David Reisz Connie Rogers Sharon Ryan Milissa Scheeltzer Scott Shanks Michelle Simons Brenda Simpson Eric Vaughn listens attentively dur the election of new officers. Zu... fm ,mx J. f we W fr ' , 'ff 1 'Sw ,: ,V mf ff ., ..,,l ' Qi!! 1 , 5 'Z ifgsff , ' - we af 4 wtf. ,ie fl 5? ,,:-1-.:.-ff Q. -if , 1,12 - ' 'ff' '2 ' ' 57 , " ' ze 1 , L , Z J E President Bill Ienkins congratul new members at the initiat ceremony. 1 t y l l Ill. is K In uk' , - if V f V . fin ts. X 'Q s . , . t. . ,,,, A , . m23"-:'--'5"- 3 was V 6 , , q t , f L fi? ffiyiv '..'k'i:,1lE:E, , ' 7 - ' 1' I 'V L lr V- 5 3 . V g rj , s -' j f I igif' t f ,.,, , Z ' , Tv i 'A 35 f 1 V ' ' K - - . 1- , w s ' fl ,. I A , , . V I QV, - gl ,z I: i 5 45, , ,, ini e President Shelley Felux helps perform the tradi- ha-l candlelight ceremony. Q Linda Petru and her proud mother pause after enjoying refreshments. Chuck Zavesky, Todd Maxson, and Patty Hawkins hear no evil, speak no evil, and see no evil. David Slover Diane Smith Donna Spies Mark Svrcek-Beau Melissa Thiele Vanessa Traber Susan Tsujimoto Dana Tucker Melissa Van Marel Eric Vaughn Mark Vickery Terry Villafranca Chance White Wade Wilson Kathleen Young Matt Young Debra Zaiontz Lisa Zuniga nhsfZ83 Ir. Historians award scholarships Ir. Historians is an organization for those who ap- preciate and find history interesting. This year the club did not have any moneymaking projects since there was money to spare in treasury from last year. The club also gave out three scholarships to Thomas Iohnson, Trayce Salyer, and Lon Smith. The club was directed and sponsored this year by Mrs. Gwen Sullivan and Mrs. Ruby Harrell. 'Q ,KW Mrs. Gwen Sullivan was the sponsor for Ir. Historians for 1981-1982. Diana Holliday is more interested in taking, pictures while Lon Smith is much more interested in what the clu meeting is about. Mr. Petty is a guest speaker during one of the meetings. 284 f jr. historians Dottie Abrameit Kim Alexander Donna Andres Amy Barker Loren Beadle Brian Brown Denaee Burns Tracy Buxkemper Maria Carlsson Dee Cash Deanna Cooper Ginger Copeland Linda Cribb Ioy Dunglinson Sharon Dum Donna Easley Tracy Ernst Keith Eschenburg Yvonne Eschenburg Debbie Esterak Felicia Fugua Tami Garrett Tanya Guelker Patty Hawkins Monica Heinhold Sharon Heiser Melissa Hessler Paula Hirsch Theresa Hirsh Ioni Hyak Ann Ianssen Iana Ianssen Thomas Iohnson Dee Ann Kagler Cyndi Kalmus Rhonda Kickendahl Debbie Klesel Elizabeth Knipling Kim Kicera lodi Lee Gina Lewis Randi Lewis Brenda Machac Madelyn Mauritz Terri McCanley Donna McKelvy Ianet Meis Denise Moeller Cheryl Mutcheler Katina Neitsch Carolyn Patek Angie Perez Rhonda Posey Sherry Reeves Dina Renkin Lisa Rhodes jr. historians I 285 Laura Riesz Trayce Salyer Sheri Scaief Susan Scaief Danny Schaefer Shawn Schramek Christie Schroeder Mary Simcik Iennifer Simpson Sharon Sims Lon Smith Karlene Stone D'Lesa Sumbera Debbie Terry Margaret Thompson Laura Trotter Second Vice-President Deena Waitschies makes an announce- ment during a club meeting. Carol Einkauf is shocked at what has just heard. V 1 Sw I 286 X jr. historians :QQ si Melissa Van Marel Lisa Vasquez Iackie Vega Paula Vrazel Deena Waitschies Stacey Wallace David Willban Kristi Wills A little girl's dream . . . At some time in their lives, most little girls dream of becoming a cheerleader. But only a lucky few are able to fulfill the fantasy. Being on the squad has its advantages - being in the limelight, the experiences shared, and the friends that are made are all part of an unforgettable time in the cheerleader's life. But in order to achieve these rewards, there is much work to be done. They devote hours to. practice, money-making projects, and preparing to motivate the Stings for each game. The 1981-82 cheerleaders perform one of their best stunts during a pep rally. April Cook, Lisa Palacios, and Wendy Wayne lead the Stingarees in the school song. lane Wendel regrets letting Angelle Allemand get at her hair. 91' Wendy Wayne cheers the team on during the half-time break. Senior cheerleader Linda Purdy gives the crowd a big smile during her farewell cheer. 288 X cheerleaders H ,W uk ,w wa, T .172 -V We ndy Wayne Wg! arching band receives honors The 1981-82 Stingaree Band received a U.I.L. Superior rating at the marching contest. The band also represented Victoria High at the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee. The members of the 1981-82 Region Band are Marae Lehnert, lulie Mor an, Nanette Long, Brenda Beams, Tracy Bowser, Yvonne Eschenburg, Debbie Esterak, Felicia Fequa, Beciy Hasty, Donna Spies, Iulie Dut- cher, Keith Eschenburg, Michelle Nicholson, Susanna Zuniga, Nancy Reid, Donna Roemer, Sara Pedraza, David Vasquez, Lohn Riley, Chris Davis, Kenneth lanak, Larry Bacak, Scott Shanks, Mike Adams, Steve lones, David Car ajal, Wade Welfl, jimmy Martinez, Ion Gauntt, Tim Clements, Randy Taylor, and Derek Mauzy. ,gg Bmcw 'rigging The members of the 1981-82 Area Band are Marae Lehnet, Iulie Dutcher, Iohn Riley, Keith Eschenburg, Donna Roemer, Chris Davis, Kenneth Ianak, David Carbaial, Mike Adams, Scott Shanks, Larry Bacak, Randy Taylor, Tim Clemonts, and Derek Mauzy. 45 Keith Eschenburg and Randy Taylor are men bers of the 1982 State Band. i iii l Mas, L Members of the 1981-82 District Band are Marae Lehnert, Iu Morgan, Nanetter Long, Mary Kaigler, Tracy Bowser, Yvon Eschenburg, Debbie Esterak, Felicia Fequa, Sus Melenkevitz, Becky Hasty, Brenda Beams, Donna Roem Keith Eschenburg, Iulie Dutcher, Michelle Nicholson, Kennt lanak, Chris Davis, Iohn Riley, David Vasquez, Nancy Re Donna Speis, Susanna Zuniga, Larry Bacak, Scott Shanks, M Adams, Steve Iones, David Carbajal, Bill Greer, Wade We Ion Gauntt, Iimmy Martinez, Paul Mehar, Tim Clemoi Derek Mauzy, Sara Pedraza, Randy Taylor, Tracy Ba' Katrina Shaner, and Amy Sanders. 290 ! band 5 -mv- JF, ,Vs..... , The 1981-1982 band officers are: Kenneth lanak, Pres., Suunna Zuniga, Quarter- master: Susan Melenkevitz, Rep: Iohn Har- rison, Manag: Iulie Dutcher, Chap.: lulie Morgan, Woodwind Lib.: Marae Lehnert, Brass Lib.: Carolyn Patek, Sec.!Treas. A L' ' it ' The 1981-1982 lazz Band members are: Suzanne Walchar, Chris Davis, David Carbajal, Regan Belcher, Kevin Blier, Kath East, Bill Greer, Randy Taylor, leff Shipnes, Wade Wellll Chase Coalter, Marcus Medranu, Tim Clements, David Vasquez, Keith Ladner. Iuhn Lowe. 9 Th e B ea u a n d Sweetheart are Keith Eschenburg and Iulie Dutcher. ,gf 'H ,fm All do their part to make the .1 Mexican Supper a big success. band I 291 'QE' , ,,. V-, Fgifv f f ae 'WJ ,ig -. f ,f 3 2 E , 5 I ESV I , f 1981f 2 -gain The F' 55 , ' , Wim: . - wha. -,+ , , A fi? an 'N ,Q-wmyp' wi . :W ' 'M if "fs Trix TKQK 3-Xp 1: ? 1 I 1: 1 x J i, sa' QQ' vikw vw 'wit nik I' ' ,' it A 5 1 9 5 V, :W s' ,K , X by .N ,va x 'f W 'W ' 'I My 8 I ., E I' , . qv, -il . ,. LY. , W5 in I VUE . .. . 11 me . n T 'E fluff I . 2 , I X", A3 1 X 3,.,-- 4 1 , V V 5 , I x A -4.' 3 g if ' K f " fl gi si I. . 'T J QI b. YFQ ' 5 QE ' "!5ff, 3 . rf ' F lilfli ' .lit fx W V A1 gli f V 1 f M! 1. Nk! 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This year's state contest, which was held in Port Lavaca, confirmed the opinion of excellence, held by many, by numerous awards. Among the personal awards presented: All-State Orchestra - Mike Mon- tgomery, and Brenda Simpson, All-State Solo and Ensemble - Brenda Simpson with Solo and Ensem- ble, Amy Leissner with Ensemble, Deanne Mitte with Ensemble, Susan Tsujimoto with Solo and Ensemble, Mike Montgomery with Solo and Ensemble, Iennifer Feldpausch with Solo and Ensemble, Iohn T sujimoto with Solo and Ensemble, IoAnne Spellacy with Ensemble. Orchestra Srs. 1981-82. 5.2" Vs? 'fi 1981-82 Orche 294 X orchestra Mrs. Tsuiimoto, as usual, directs her Orchestra to perfection. VHS Orchestra plays to perfection. .0 A' 'rt- L 2,2 V t ' , X,-' ,. ,,t,, , ,,,t . ww . .. . Daniel Surna practices hard. ' LU- 'fv 9 'V ff " "" ,, "1 'f'. t t .... These guys work hard like the rest of the Orchestra to make our Orchestra sound Great! Amif Leissner practices with a smi e. orchestra X 295 W f' f ,S ' an 1 . N 1 A ' W Q, ' pp i 1 45? SH Q6 if! T? W W F S Ki 'S 1 A? i J 5 q -f 22 T! W ri I . ff- X m '-. 5 r VICTOR! VICTORIA V I 1 FFT? m'?1 m'iefQ- .Am R gs? ' kg-R A Q. 2 in r1, P' , 1 ,,., ,. QQ- M ia" Q S ga 1 ' - ' V QQQ1.. ., 4 E Q ul "' A ff' '- Q Q W Victoriadores are pride of southwest Once again the Victoriadores upheld their reputation as The Pride of the Southwest. Under the supervision of Mrs. Castille and Mrs. San Miguel, the Victoriadores held many money making projects. They sold christmas or- naments, Goo-Goos and other various types of candy, The Victoriadores work- ed many long and hard hours after school to perfect their dances. Tralyce Salyer and Lim Furr roc aroun the cloc at Sting pep rally. The 1981-82 Victoriadore officers. f' I f victoriadores Kathy Davis helps Stacy Walker get a better View of the pep rally. Tammy Blankenship holds for the count of eight, 555 . , iw ww..-Q .. ff NH Whoever said that dynamite doesn't come in small packages, hasn't met Gayle Todd. Iill Whiteaker and Missy Madden express how happy they are . to be Victoriadores. The Victoriadores work long and hard hours after school preparing for Friday nights performances. Once again the Victoriadores grand finale is a smash. victoriadores f VHS choir is 'choral excellence VHS Choir has long been part of the choral ex- cellence evident in the state of Texas. The choir presented the Annual Fall, Christmas, and Spring Concerts in addition to participating in the TMEA and UIL competitions. Thirty-eight Choir members won places in the District Choir, twenty-seven wel selected to the Region Choir, ten students wel chosen to the Area Choir, and four were selected the prestigious Texas All-State Choir. D. Spaur, I. Iacobs, D. Todd, M. Kyser, L. In- gvalson, K. Alexander, V. Hicks, D. Sumbara, S. Koening, V. Harsh. B. Luker, R. Wenske, S. Tisdale, A. Perez, E. Brown, M. Danna, C. Kingery, C. Iohns, T. Breaux, M. Hartman Intermediate: I. Miles, M. Davis, K. Fritzgerald, K. Todd, E. Veasey, A. Smith, I. Warren, B. Vasqueze, C. Price, K. Saunders, C. Clark, K. Bowers, S. Maroney, C. Shaffer, N. Hinojosa. State: M. Van Maral, L. Pickle, L. Ortez, I. Pearson. S 300 f choir drigal: G. Selph, L. Beadle, D. Cooper, K. Stone, M. Theile, M. Simcik, L. Pickle. l2ndl B. Mauzy, L. Ortez, E. English, K. bkin, B. Macha, S. Conaway. Concert Choir: S. Reisterer, L. Pickle, D. Sumbra, L Beadle, D. Cooper, E. Gonzales. lZndl K. Kucera, R Sala, L. Walker, K. Stone, L. Ortez. l3rd1 C. Bazara, I Pearson, D. Abramite, Denine S. C. Spalding, T Ebert. l4thl M. Theile, T. Bosier, M. Van Maral, C Quarles, M. Simcik. l5thl N. Long, I. Ianecka, A. Iann- sen, B. Machac, G. Selph. l6th1 L. Bruns, V. Gibson, C Gras, D. Spears. l7thl S. Conaway, K. GAskins, B Mauzy, K. Robinson. l8th1 E. English, L. Delagado, Ll English, C. Nobles, D. Mead, D. Lesak. choir f 301 1981-82 Region Choir Members 1981-82 DiStI'iCt Choir Members 1981-82 Area Choir Members 302 f choir 1981-82 Division I Solos Tina Breaux shows Kim Bowers how to eat properly 1981-82 Division I Ensembles choir X 303 Staff completes 'One Last Look' Everyone likes to remember the good times in their life and this was the goal of the 1981-9182 Sting Staff, to capture these times and somehow give the student at Victoria High a book of memories. The staff spent many time consuming hours laying out, cropping, and organizing pictures for a book of perfection. Even though there are always setbacks, these students did their part and created the 1981-1982 Stingaree yearbook, "One Last Look." Enjoy! Iackie Olinger tries not to make a mistake Lisa Vascfuez, Iackie Vega, and Dee Gar and would never be , taken for suckers .. . but Connie V , Rogers isn't so sure. WH J , .. f' Ioy Dunglinson is caught as her usual cheery self. Dana Tucker concentrates on graduating at mid-term. Mr. Burrow gives Shannon Fit- zgerald a big love hug. Sabrina Steelman looks ft bigger pair of scissors. 304 I stingaree staff Laura Trotter wants to know if the photographer wants "proof" of her intent. Ginger Co eland wonders if slle will ever get out of journalism. Lisa Lewis is caught i n a n o t h e r daydream. Kim Anderson plans another attack on Mr. Bur- chfield's office. Donna Andres looks as thou h she has lost her best friend - but we know better. mei Ya a Oliver never thought she would get ht in curlers - but at 6:00 in the morning, iing can happen. Ianet Meis tells all, while Rhonda Kickendahl and Lynne Lowder decide what to believe. stingaree staff X 305 I , .-if . ,. K , ,I H ,, b f 1 Q 'rf 1' W Lf, fe, 41 2 F1 .M ff! 516' ,129-. , ,,, '4y,,.-1, .7-if -L., A fx. 1 f ' jznl' 1.4 yn 'imv E' 3 1-fffsffsw. - - k . - 1. 1651: .f.. .-4 .- Arg N K - 4 H' rt ax V l',..- 21, Q- .L ' .gr U. ., ,-,fx '44 ' ' ' -5. ' fr " 1 r ' - .,. 'Y 'W I SY ' 4 . -, '..'7" " 43-4- 4 , 'Q ,L ' - -V 5, I 1" 'Qgy x- --. ATT- -' -53' s 5' ff' 21 fr i .wg y' ,Ng A 73" H1 , , -- Q- ,.,,x F- pf lla A A -N' ' " '. X " 1 bfi X14 V , fx 'c 5 'R 1- X u. 4 Ja ' ' , 1'3" 1- Q 'S I 1 " I gf- X A ' x X J Q 'E . I K , ,oqgim , , FW , ., , 1- fx 2 ' HN .K 2 f 'H Q -an -wa S f 'Durga Q 2 E 4 ng 1, A353 ' 5 ' r X S ' , " ' 1, ,C , Lf. My ps 1- A3 - D . 'F ,,f"' uw, VAC high point boy is Allen Munsch. G .,:' N tg XkA,, 3, Ihr- lll'i1-'Q f 51 . K A +stlIl new-Q. ,.::, Q Af Magi ,kih 'Ss . ...,A if , , ge? Q Q V1 fig sg L .4 3 .g Is-if K K T 2. if-fs. lgul fs 1981- 82 sweetheart and beau are Candy Frisbee and Iohn Godsey. Carolyn Knight and Lucille Goff are ad- visors for VAC. Debra Reed earned the honor of high point girl. AC has good ear The Vocational Adjustment Club members are juniors and seniors who are eligible for the cooperative work-study program. This year the club had several parties, including a Bunco party and a party for their sweetheart and beau. At Homecoming, VAC held a reception for returning graduates and 1982 seniors also were honored with a graduation reception. Club members held a banquet in honor of their employers. They took a trip to the "World of Work" vocational testing center in Houston and went to Astroworld in Iune. VAC sponsors are Carolyn Knight and Lucille Goff. VAC Officers: lohn Godsey, president: Lisa Chambard, Vice-president: Donald Migl, secretary: Candy Frisbee, Historian: Kenneth Frit- zinger, Treasurer. vac ! 307 Victorian earns top honors The conversion of the VICTORIAN to a newsmagazine from a newspaper has been a suc- cessful one, as the VICTORIAN Newsmagazine was rated one of the top sixteen newsmagazine publica- tions in Texas, and was awarded a Certificate of Distinguished Merit by the University Interscholastic League Press Conference. Graphic work, and an ex- panded feature department completed the transition. The computer acquired by the Lournalism department allowed the editors to be more creative, wor faster, and with less probability of error. Dana Grones interviews Maria Carlsson for a feature story. Rick Gonzalez, b u s i n e s s manager, totals the amount of a d v e r t i s i n g contracts, Stepllien Bantz puts the finishing touches on an ad with grap wor . fML??jfcif., t-1. at ...O W 1 E Kim Curl and Lisa Marlow display the Proficiency Award from ILPC, citing the VICTORIAN or the most improvement in a si year. 308 f victorian ....Q. Shelley Felux, executive editor, edits submitted copy before it is printed. Mr. Barclay Burrow, adviser, 'suggests' that Sharon, Simms, new editor, rewrite her story. Tulum K atufsugzat gi 2, tti we A ...fn ! . H , 5-fi.-.ti QW' u g gi, ' , : A, 5 til are ' x Y' 'at' y Ianette Brannon and Lynly Huebner work to meet deadline. Mgxwm. g!:A,,,,.-f l Ianecka arranges copy for an ad. Besides writing feature Iulie Cole, editorial editor, types a story before sending it to the Advocate. aries, Iill was tops in advertising sales. victorian f 309 a l :- wx Kathy Farias shows exactly how she fe about developing film. Ross Lucas does what he does best V - nothing! Photo ra h ' S P - .. not an easy job Q Being a photographer for the Iour- I i .,t, nalism Department requires dedication. N i ---:g Endless hours must be spent taking pic- y QQ, M N tures, developing film, and enlarging K p g iglk 81 l i prints. All these things must be met in Q Q i ' sitt i ' order to produce a quality yearbook and ggh iiiit' pp v l J F It t 1- e s s Xl Susie McRae takes her job seriously. Randy Duke can't believe he got stuck with the assignment no one else wanted. 3 z I l z 310 I photographers Loe Blackburn threatens to take his life if he as to work in the darkroom. Steven Lanier is glad he found the film he thought he had lost. RX4 lx .ff 5, - f Robert Faltysek is ready for anything. 1981-82 photographers include: Susie McRae, Kathy Farias, Robert Faltysek, Dwayne Keith, Mark Shoemake, Terry McCauley, Sharon Dum, Randy Duke, Matt Young, and Ross Lucas. photographers f 311 8: S members help heart association Quill and Scroll is an international honor society for outstanding high school journalists. To obtain membership, students must be on the Stingaree Yearbook or Victorian Newsmagazine staff, and be in the top third of their class academically. As members, they receive a stick pin, and a subscrip- tion to Quill 81 Scroll magazine. As a service roject, Quill and Scroll does public relations work For the American Heart Association. Iill Ianecka finally figured out how to fold the fancy napkins at Ruggles. Lori Torres looks for seconds, Lynne Lowder forgot her Mr. Burrow is . surprised makeup- with his gift. The man responsible for the quality publications at VHS is Mr. Barclay Burrow. 312 f quill and scroll S. s-1 ,T . lf . . psi Ianet Meis tries to catch a few winks before the morning meeting. Holli McCutcheon, Sec.!Treas., tries to get all of the paperwork finis ed before the meeting is over. 'S Margaret can't believe she is having soo much trouble. Lisa Zuniga tries to understand, but it's just too early. -gp -Q 52, N. The Quill and Scroll banquet was held at Ruggles. L Shannan Fitzgerald doesn't want to go to first period. quill and scroll X 313 Computers help Impact staff The Impact Literary Magazine is a joint effort of the English, Art, and Iournalism Departments. The poetry, art, and creation of the book itself was done by and for the students with the aid of the advisers from each department. This year, with the help of the new TRS-80, the Im- pact staff did all type setting in VHS's own computer room. The new computers played a major role in the publishing of the 1982 Impact. The annually distributed magazine celebrated its Q 15 year this issue. It is produced each year by the Vic- Q toria Advocated and delivered to all students and teachers in May. Connie Rogers finds Impact a W humorousio . ,A Q, .sq-,g1. Imgact staff includes: Becky Lane, Gregg Marshall, Susan Armstrong, adviser Kathy Neece, Hani Mamoudi, Iohn Pettway, and C01 Ro gers. 314 X impact staff If Susan Armstrong finds paper cutting a tediousjob. Greg Marshall tires to persuade Iohn Pettway to approve a poem. l ,f Susan Armstrong and Becky Lane concentrate on hitting the right key. Mrs. Kathy Neece diligently types away at the TRS-80. impact X 315 IA members construct benches Industrial Arts members had a busy year during the 1981-82 school term. Members built benches to put outside the schoolyard and also organized a billboard for school events. In- dustrial Arts members provided spirit for all the classes with the annual chain link contest. Industrial Arts Members X X IGH SC v1ci6RlA Industrial Arts Sweetheart and Beau Iill East and Ricky Appelt It iil SB BAND comcsmt 713C zmn PER Industrial Arts members put up billboard for the upcoming week. Iill East, Ricky Appelt, George Drazic Terry Smith. ffzwrw -or 15'f1E,,f fi- f. u . , f. f 2 M Terry Snith and Ricky Appelt prepare to start the meeting. Industrial Arts Sponsors. Maria Carlson seems confused about the meaning of parliamentary procedure. An Industrial Arts member unscrambles letters to put for the billboard. CHAPTE George Drazic and lill East listen to a concerned member. Industrial Arts sponsors supervise a meeting. iaf317 Student council promotes activities The 1981-1982 Victoria High Student Council had a profitable year. The officers were President, Ioe Trevinog Vice-President, Lynne Lowderg Secretary, Billie Henkg and Treasurer, Ianet Meis. Mr. Tom Burchfield serves as Student Council Sponsor. Throughout the year, Student Council had many successful projects. The most prosperous project was the gift wrapping booth which was held during Christmas at Victoria Mall. Ashley Logan and Marcie Simons wrap packages while Terri Ernst looks on. Ioe Trevino, Pres. 'J' Lynne Lowder, V. Pres. Ianet Meis, Treasurer Billie Henk, Secretary Sam at s , as an t, It ,. 3 S ik.. is . Mr. Burchfield is astounded by Ianet Meis and Lynne Lowder's conversation. Kathy Davis votes while Yvonne Coon t to make her final decision. 318 X student council alie Alkek and Alicia Bianchi converse during a ting. l -...pf , S -. on 'V' 1' , , S Q' iiiii X4 -si- 5: 6-r M-Br '45 f '- H L fc ' ich Bridges is crowned Mr. Irresistable for the 2nd ir in a row. LaVerne Alvarez Kim Anderson Donna Andres Alicia Bianchi Amy Bishop Susan Brewer Debbie Burgos Shelly Cano Yvonne Coon Kathy Davis Tessia-Ann Dollery Christi Ehrett Ellen Fowler Cathy Garza Carol Goodman Beth Hill Sara Klotzman Ashley Logan Marshall DuPre jimmy Martinez Martha Maxwell Michelle McAlpine Missy McMaiton Marc Moreno student council f 319 1.1- Donna Mungia Treca Novak Linda Oliver Delia Rodriguez Sandy Saenz Elizabeth Shahan Tonya Shaw Marcie Simons Monica Sneddon ,.-,-hx. The 1981-82 Student Council offi: are Billie Henk, Secretary: Ioe Trev Presidentg Ianet Meis, Treasurer: Lynne Lowder, Vice President. Ioe Trevino tallies the votes for the : convention. Are the? really accepting Pat Buh er's blood? Derrik Dolls performed during halftime at a faculty game. Nancy Sosa Lynda Sutter Dawn Swank Lori Torris Staci Wenzel Chance White Kristi Wills Amy Woodrick Lisa Zuniga a Zuniga can't believe she was "volunteered" to ganize the Christmas gift wrapping booth. Ioe Trevino checks for parking permits. student council f 321 Ke Club helps man groups Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club and Mrs. San Miguel, helped ci? organizations raise funds for their operations. T e boys rang the bell for the Salvation Army as well as sacked and load- ed food for them. Key Club had money making projects that included selling towels, pancake tickets, and sausa e tickets. During football season, they also he? ed out the Victoriadores by escourting them to tlge football stadium at out of town games and helping them carry dance props. Key Club members look disap- pointed about breaking the tradition of having the bon fire. President, Keith Alkek, shows the guys the next money-making project. Victor shows his acrobatic ability to all the Stings. Keith Alkek - President Gary Alford - Vice-President Mike Reedy - Secretary Chris O'Su1livan District Lieutenant Governor Andre Allemand john Bednar Robert Briggs Richard Bright Brian Brown i s Gary Alford receives a letter jacket from th cheerleaders for being such a dedicated Sting. 322 X key club r L i J i 9 D San Miguel catches Russell Westbrook giving his opinion of the next proj ect. Gwen DeAmaral jeff Emmons Kirk Franz Chris Gerhold Greg Hamilton Shad Hardin Robert Heinrick Thomas johnson Stuart Iohnston Steve Iones Greg Knabe Carl Koch David Krehmeir Charles Kutchka David McArthur Key Club member Robert Briggs, gets nominated for the Ugly Man contest. f .44f'.-1 A s Key Club members show their spirit before running the Homecoming football to Calhoun. Vit G 'te , nfmiilf ,. Key Club members combine their physical strength to lift the Kiwanis bell. key club X 323 Curtis Newman David Riesz Kirby Rollins Kenneth Sanchez Allen Smith lay Tegeler Iohn Thormahlen Ioe Trevino Scott Turk t Mitch Wagner Edward Ware Randy Wegner Russell Westbrook David Yeary Chuck Zavesky l Sponsor Mrs. San Miguel sits quietly with Mr. Zamora as the Key Club members carry on their monthly meeting. Gary Alford thinks Victor needs a rest before the next quarter. l. Thomas Iohnson objects to the accusation Mrs. San Miguel is making against him. 324 I key club Keith Alkek stands up in objection toward a remar' made by one of the Key Club members. 1 E 5 4 i XX 5 X l In memory n of a friend I An unfortunate accident early this school year claimed Lthe life of a very dear friend, Trey Iackson. Trey's love for llife and his ability to make friends instantaneously made a person we will never forget. His sense of humor and personality gave lasting memories to each person whom he came in contact. Though the life has ended, memories remain. t -The Key Club l Victor goes western! Gary Alford seems appalled that Russell Westbrook thinks he is Victor. key club f 325 Anchor Club gives scholarship The 1981-82 Anchor Club had its largest financial success this year. They were able to give seven scholarships to seven deserving members. The whole year was a success with the annual Leg's Contest, the Candy Sales, the Male Point of View, and the Mother! Daughter Banquet. The highlight of the year was the Sadie Hawkins Dance with music by the Texas Ar- madillo Band. While Michelle McAlpine tries to flatten her nose, Melissa Van Maurel, Laura Trotter, and Ienni Simpson are occupied with the boys' activities at the Male's Point of View. Michelle Simons and Susan Mothersbaugh seem really in- terested in the meetin while Connie Rogers andCarol Dufour write notes to their boyfriends and Caren Casper bites her check. Ann Oyen - Sponsor Becky Lane - President Alicia Bianchi - hxecutive Vice President Sara Klotzman - Assistant Vice President Nancy lenkins - Treasurer Shelley Felux - Secretary Michelle McAlpine - Sr. Point Director Gay Fitzhenry - Ir. Point Director Lauri Range - Soph. Point Director Sharon Heiser - Historian! Reporter Dana Grones - Parliamentarian Ashley Logan - Chaplain Lisa Zuniia, Becky Lane, and Michelle Sim still can't elieve that the seniors won the L. Contest. Anchor Club Beau for 1981-82 is Roi Heinrich. 326 f Anchor Club l the Sadie Hawkins Dance, Richard uber was the winner of the corsage con- st that was made by Connie Rogers. Kim Anderson Susan Armstrong Amy Barker Brenda Beams Sally Bernhardt Susie Bigelow Lynn Barnecky Rhonda Browning Denaee Burns Maureen Conaway Darla Crisp Kathy Davis Kathy Dum Kathy East Christi Ehrett Carol Einkauf Louise Escalante Kim Furr Sharilyn Getz Melodie Gohn Lori Gordon Sherry Graves Ianice Hahn Kim Harlan Tracy Harris Rhoda Helms Theresa Hirsch Iill Ianecka Ann lanssen Dana Kelly Alicia Knebel Debbie Klesel Linda Krause Kathy Krier Marae Lehnert Brenda Machac Pam Martin Laurie Merrill Susan Mothersbaugh Michelle Nicholson Lisa Ortiz Lauren Pall Dina Renken Lisa Rhodes anchor club X 327 Delia Rodriquez Elsa Rodriquez Connie Rogers Shaun Schramek Kay Schroller Mary Simcik Michelle Simons Brenda Simpson Ienni Simpson Lorrie Smith Monica Sneddon Donna Spies D'Lesa Sumbera Iill Swoboda Denine Syma Rhonda Thurman Gayle Todd Laura Trotter Melissa Van Marel Susan Wade Tracy Walker Wendy Wayne Iill Whiteaker Kathalene Young Lisa Zuniga Suzanne Zuniga Mrs. East and her daughter Kathy 4 the food at the Mother!Daugh Banquet. Lori Range, Alicia Bianchi, Nancy Ienkins, and Gay Fitzhenry seem to be occupied with something else while Becky Lane and Sara Klotzman laugh about the minutes. Sara Kotzman and Laurie Merrill munch out on nacl' while working at the baseball concession stand. Barker tells about her stay in England. Wave .Mm .. 6 af it We French Club enjoys cooking The Le Cercle Francais, known as the French Club, was sponsored by Mrs. Sharon Morrell. The club tried an assortment of French foods. At one of the "meetings" the food was prepared by club members. Everyone enjoyed a year of French cuisine. French club meetings require a lot of concentration. Christy Loya and I Kristy McAlister listen closely to Shelly East's speech. Mrs. Morrell is shocked at a joke told in French. E e:-f' A f-ig., " - A -tw 'Y Laurie Merrill chows down. french f 329 Spanish Club stays active This year the Spanish Club was very active. They held a bake sale for a special organiza- tion in San Antonio and they attended the state convention in San Antonio. The members had many meetings and made voo doo dolls for the VHS vs Stoman football game. Mr. Iohnson, the sponsor, has kept the Spanish Club active all year long. 1982 Spanish Club members. Liz Salas shows her embarrassment after making a "funny." K Debbie Burgos f ,L , -- ' A H Cindy Bustamante S . A ' S , , Adrian Canas , A ' f t aa ,,f , ,. 5 ' Gloria Canas klinifg Mary Conchola I ' , Shelly Cano ,. t N Y I - -t A --"f' Z A t A ' 4 ay V R t 'N 4' 'Q ,L ' z 3' Q7 'f 7 'fl 'A Y -23 Q4'.',"x Alice Castellanos Dora Davila Iohn Davila l 54 .1 .a my be , is fr , ,, . , , q. M. ,L,,. U, ,,i,,t,, ,,,, ,, to .Q at M. M 11: ,ff, ' - s .ffft yew,-we as 1,q,,w ,,, L ,,, ., ,, I , , 'sf' : " L Ianet Denison Kina Gamez Ida Garcia ..IVV 'VI I V- 5 V A V , V 1 Christie Zapata and Adolph Vega discuss their ideas' each other. 330 f spanish club Martinez and Mr. upcoming proj ect. Iohnson discuss what they think W, f-M V V ., , , i . ,, af M. W, K , ,,,,,W4awf :mi f MV if X Lg? V zwcfwgg 1353! ' .V - . QE fs? 1 K we ff ,Q Jiijyfl :Xxx , 1 J X U ,V fyii V Viii K ' , ' t 1 ' I , . I Q: . V ,,'i , GIGI Gomez -7 , L. ' ' , rv . V M, Carol Guarjardo A 7 I fii" Sandra Guerra ' 4. a,an32,? " ' ,Xt A ,Q y fi? sw in l ialfi ' -as' 552 al! ft , .1 vw 4 Wy" , W, 0.5, ,E Lysa Martinez t t J DonnaMungia 7. ,f 1 'W1t?'f 75W77H5?Vv?"f 55- N . ,, ,, . - fr N it W' in wr, , a A -' U - ' Becky Perez my ZZZV 2 if A i y ,, i ,tt tt.t A y , V A V. 5 Q f ! P W Leticia Plzana - L V 15, f W I J- -- f -W1 . . , I 51 ,, Cynthia Ramirez . T 'W , ' ,"' . ' ' - - 1 , Melanla Ramlrez V 5:,,V vf ,r K , , d 91 meeting. "Amigos" Iackie Torres and Christine Ramon chuckle over Mr. Iohnson's bil- ingualjoke. Ingehord Ramirez and Becky Perez listen closely to another spanish club f 331 Marc Moreno still swears someone opened the door in t building behind the Kettle while David Vasquez tries convince him it was only the wind. Reuben Ybarra looks at the stuffed animals the Span: Club sold. Q ' M '- V . rk V B Christina Ramon ' M VV""" " 1 -f - gg Va Q Dina Reyes : Mary Rincon Q ,ii, - K ' , U ' x ,QV , ,N V V -- ' ta 1 , ,. i 1 'I' V E- 'fihifm V V V f , V -." 5 ' '- S - " 'K as it as les ooss ti?" ' ' e Amanda Rivera E V , B' , Palmas Andrea Rocha T,M,xV 'l , Va, VV ,z a Q' .se . ,3i.-555 Paul Rochoa i t P ' 1 it L 3 ' sss C I :fi g i L V y Vx. ,f V , V 5 ' 'L-exif! ' A , 5, , Z.. I .3 f.V P X Leticia Rodriquez Z W, fy, 1 ,..-sm ,j i e V Melissa Rodriquez t.te , ' 1 . s ' ,Y , QL X E - V' I:-321272 Robert Rodriquez V r 1 I I , , , A i I 4 Ha ff' t . i - ' a s o , sssl , Liz Salas i t tl . ai V 'Q' Cynthia Solis ,yy if , W4 Nancy Sosa VV , .t:.. , , Q k,:,JV .., t Iackie Torres L ,, VMI V if I Michelle Trevino VV, stiff' ,V ' , Estella Valle f P ' e- f - - Xe--an , V t V ., V . VV . V Lisa Vasquez f tr- , V V Q, g V lackle Vega f' t V P? it 1982 Spanish Club officers include Leticia Rodriquez - D1 Michele Zarate VV V V, V . VVV ,tt-1 Secretary, Marc Moreno - Reporter, Erlinda Martine 1 Page Chaplain, Terry Martinez - President, Shelly Cano - Di :V 'fo President, Rosanne Resendez - Committee Chairman, L V -w iv, V ,,g.,,Vk K' V Alvarez - Historian, Mary Rincon - Secretary, Reuben Ybax i " C " Treasurer, Leticia Pizana - Point Keeper. Not Pictured: At Canas - Vice President, Nancy Garza - Parliamentarian. 332 f spanish club AV, 1,-.1-.f-5.-- -.4 .,-.W ,,,,,,,, - My A ..,..,.,,Q,,,,,,v,,,,. Q! K V V ,WV mm-- ,,,, mf... """""" -f "",1V5""'L'y-'4uM'---if--M--,..... . 1.4, fm-- I --Q ,,- as NW.- ... ,J . V.. ., ...Q ... ,i,QQ 1. ,ff l , , l J-.151 'Z 'Wi .W 41. X or piclfing up the pieces that others left behind and making sure this volume went to press - thank- you lespeciallyl Lisa Zuniga, Lori Torres, and Shelley Felux. Without your sacrifices, determination, and smiles - it would have been a very long summer. - The Adviser .,,.. AP .N ' ' 1 S! 5. 1 9111 , .4 3 3 N N W 2 fy 'I q ' ' v A W' -5 F L A 0 A T U 5 W QW Q ,once 'WI , , ...- ' 4 - 5 S K . , I 0 W fa0'0f0' A Q 4.3 0 X 4 X NWV5 K 0 Q mfiil 'f'w'..sw'2ww23i" N I' ,Nviawl "Y-'Y-.Q "- 90 4 I +0 OX ' 1 Z Joi ' su ' Q Q ,lf QQYOQL K X 4' 1, ,' QoZ'45'7351f' sf, 9 ' Q Q Q"t fu ? " G ' J 'QYQ,Q,',., ' 0-mm ie N , . 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Es YW! 4,5 g V69 QM ' if fn 9 JW Q7 if as k Jn 'I ' 3132322 Q15 9 X v G Rrre1- '7 ' ART! YEAR f f !7 We 4 0 f X. . X I , A ! I 7 ' 'W 4,9 I fx'- I ' '?'v'. f " 'fiftfff W 3 M' A v x4qxfl:iw'2.,X f aft f 335 Cosmetolog earns recogmtlon The cosmetology course teaches students techniques of styling hair, manicuring nails, and wig design. Mrs. Kathy Sutton is the club sponsor. Cosmetology is combined of students Susan Burriss, Connie Starch, Tracy I Trahan, and Carolyn Hernandez make plans for an upcoming event. Cosmetology requires lots of hard work and determination. ta... .MM .- A from both Victoria High and Stroman High. At the end of their second year in the program, students take an exam to receive their license as certified beauticians. f I ' sstissgi fv - , , A01 8 E? gs , if if ' 'rf fi . S ,. V , 4 Ev., P .s A f Q .- - ,, liege? - 5-flfk, -: Nr ,,...1in--if 336 f cosmetology Flores is hard at work on Tammy Smith's 1 is x fi ' ff 1 Cosmetology officers include Shellie Y' it 4 ' White, Ianie Gonzalez, Mary Flores, In Connie Holden, and Tammy Smith. Mrs. Kathy Sutton is the cosmetology advisor. Mary Flores watches lanie Gonzalez design a as Cynthia Solis worries about the final result. :ti 1- new hairstyle 7 , Cosmetology students take a break. cosmetology X 337 Busy year for HERO The Home Economics Related Occupations Club includes all students of the Home Economics Cooperative Education classes. The 1981-82 school year was a busy one for the HERO club. Some money-making activities included the annual cheese and fruit- cake sale in November and a candy sale in Ianuary. Each month the members of the club participated in a community service project. Some of these projects included making Halloween bags for one child care center, while answering letters to Santa for another. In February Valentines were constructed for day care children and in March Easter sacks were made. HERO sponsor - Mrs. Vickers. Karen Chance - President Melba Lott - Vice President Lucinda Osuna - Secretary Tammy Adams Larry Balboa Lisa Barrientes Raul Beltran Eddie Burgos Tim Curry Norma Cruz Iohn Drake Debbie Garcia Nancy Garcia Teresa Garcia Terry Garcia Keith Gibson Melinda Gonzales Iennifer Guice fa 338 f hero 'es. Karen Chance says a quick prayer before living in." Yes, Iamie there is a Santa Claus. Lisa Barrientes checks out the menu while Terry Garcia checks out the blond at the next table. HERO Sweetheart and Beau - Karen Chance and Iimmy Steele. it -K The guys are wishing the food would hurry and get here. z f f Laura Iwicek Mandy Pickett Leticia Pizana Mary Rincon jimmy Steele Kenda Thomas lose Torres Diane Valdez Bert Woods Lucinda Osuna and Leticia Pizana enjoy the Christmas party at Casa Ole. HERO members I I O O gain Hblllt16S The Health Occupations Students of America is an organization for students who wish to follow a career in one of the many health fields. Members are taught how to take blood pressure, temperature, read charts, and many other responsibilities of a per- son in the medical field. Students gain leadership abilities from the well planned programs in illness prevention and illness care within the surrounding community. This student uses L.R.C. material to research a project. HOSA coordinator, Mrs. " i Donahue. Pam Shaw takes Kathie Reynold's blood pressure. ' i f -kf.,. 5 I ,Q 340 X hosa w 'ren Herbst is not sure that what she just checked was nod pressure. I 'Xe Q IUU r UXWT 'G ,K -..---- , f . "'1 'I " 'fx' , , f l A girl' Q lf 5" yf I ' K fl -y ' in 1 Bernadette Bluhm Lisa Cooper Stephanie Donnell Karen Herbst Andrea Huff Liz Lopez Lauren Novosad Diana Perez Kathie Reynolds Pam Shaw Iackie Torres Pam Shaw and Karen Herbst uses Iackie Torres to The 1981-82 HOSA Club members Experience of hard work Distributive Education is the largest voca- tional education club at Victoria High School. Because of this there are two DECA clubs found on the campus. The sponsor of the second group is Mr. Rickey Ramseur. His club consisted of twenty-eight members. DECA-Ramseur members learned basic marketing functions, and the importance of our free enterprise system. The students attend three regular classes, one period of Distributive Education, and then are out for the rest of the day to report to their jobs found throughout our community. To end a year of hard work combined with good work experience and loads of fun, the members were honored with a 7:30 a.m. breakfast at Totah's. Freshman Evans George captures the ti- tle of "Ugly Man." Evans George and "date" strut down the aisle, Football player Sammy Flores proudly walks arm in arm with his escort. 342 X deca my Broome and "Brenda" Blad Blanton iiously await the outcomes of the contest. Sonny Aguilar - Pres Frank Rivera - V. Pres. Mary Love - Sec. IoAnn Hawkins - Treas. Barbara Tyner - Hist Adam Adame Linus Alvarez Carolyn Brewer Brad Blanton Kenneth Catron Donald Cortinas Cheryl Duderstadt Ieff Emmons Iohn Fishbeck Doug Ford Iimmy Harrison Debbie Hill Dawn Moore Rory Motly Bryon Pogue Ieff Ritchey Lisa Smitherman Richard Sanders Ricky Schustereit Robin Theus Bernard Villarreal Bernie Valderama Mitchell Webb Iames Woods deca f 343 D.E.C.A. sells itself The Distributive Education Clubs of America lD.E.C.A.j is made up of students in Distributive Education. Members are taught skills in merchandising and human relations. The D.E.C.A. - Cohn club had two money- making projects this year. In November a bake sale was held at Town Plaza Shopping Mall. Early in the year the annual sausage sale took place, which is their major source of income. One community service project was held in December. Ron Shafer dressed up as Santa and the club visited young children in Victoria. David McArthur, President Marilyn Machart, Vice-Pres. Paula Lev, Secretary Darla Clark, Treasurer Tammy Farmer, Reporter Kim Pollard, Historian Sandra Bullard Earl Battey jerry Brown Sandy Casarez Artie Dial Blaine Eubanks Dana Farrior Mary Grahmann Richard Garcia Robin Harvey Rita Head Glenda Howes I E 1982 DECA Officers: Darla Clark, Marilyn Machart, gavid McArthur, Kim Pollard, Paula Lev, and Tammy armer. Middle: DECA members seem more interested in get- ting their picture taken than the meeting. Above: Richard Garcia listens intently, as Ron Shafer thinks about "other things." X 344 X deca i L DECA Sponsor, Dick Gohn. DECA Sweetheart and Beau, Darla Clark, and David McArthur Iames Zamora 1982 DECA-Gohn Club members. Cecelia Hackbarth Kim Hamilton Kathy Harris Peggy Hammond Richard Leos Larry Morgan Diane Nerada Virginia Pardo Wally Summers Ron Shafer Phil Teinert Karen Tompkins Dean Vasquez Ioe Vasquez leff Weaver Artie Dial enjoys the food at the Vocational Banquet. deca X 345 OEA-works toward future OEA is a national organiza- tion which includes students who wish to excel in office skills. OEA stands for Office Education Association. At Vic- toria High School, members are Iunior students who are prepar- ing to be in VOE Wocational Office Educationl. In VOE Co- op, members attended class part of the day, and worked in a place of business the remainder ofthe day. Cynthia Bustamante, Patricia Aguillon, Cynthia Zapata, Dina Reyes, Kecia Correll, Susan Casey, Ma Kaigler, Diane Burger, Rclbin Hart- man, Traciy Williams, Marie Ross, an Sylvia Morales were the 1981-1982 OEA members. Robin Hartman gets caught with the Easter candy. sf U y figs Diane Burger does Kecia Cor- rell's work while Kecia daydreams. Diane Burger and Stylvia Diane Burger, Sylvia Morales, Tracy Williams, Mary Kaigler, Patricia Aguillon, and Marie Ross attended contest. Morales received awar s at contest. 346 f oea K l l ltilda Loredo was the teacher and sponsor of the OEA 5-employment Lab which met during 6th period. 1 S17 Sylvia Morales and Marie Ross work on Easter baskets for children at the hospital. BurEer doesn't appear interested wor . Mary Kaigler - Pres. Cynthia Zapata - Vice-Pres. Marie Ross - Sec. Cynthia Bustamante Treas. Sylvia Morales - Reporter Dina Reyes - Hist. Tracy Williams - Sgt. at Arms!Parl, Patricia Aguillon Diane Burger Susan Casey Kecia Correll Robin Hartman Kecia Correll gets caught sleeping while Cynthia Zapata prepares to do the same. Susan Casey doesn't like what she hears. Mar Barnard selected student of the ear Vocational Office Education is a program designed to allow students to receive their credits in regular classes and at the same time, gain experience in the working world. The club is involved in money-making projects throughout the year and one student is sent to represent the club in an area contest. Laura Vollmering was this year's representative and Mary Barnard was selected as VOE stu- dent ofthe year. W Shelly Cano wonders what life will be l -I ' s. 1981-82 Officers - Mary Barnard, Yolanda Tristan, Leticia Rodriquez, Lisa Chavarria, Brenda Thomas, Darlene Green, Marta Heaton, Cheryl Niemann. Mrs. Hill is the VOE coordinator. Secretary Leticia Rodriquez gives her report during one of the monthly meetings. without Mrs. Hill around to answer to. F9 pw N., - - 348 I voe to in t Vollmering was the VOE represen- at the Area Contest in Corpus, where took 1st place in Verbal in the VOE classroom is a retlirement a big part of the grade for t ose par- nating in the program. Elise Wilkins Mary Barnard Diana Bohach Cindy Brosch Shelly Cano Lisa Chavarria Tammy Flowers Darlene Green Marta Heaton Melissa Larson Diana Medrano Cheryl Niemann Tammi Pullin Leticia Rodriquez Ieanette Rojas Brenda Sprencel Karen Stindt Brenda Thomas Yolanda Tristan Kerri Van Slooten Laura Vollmering voe X 349 l ICT students workin community Industrial Cooperative Training is another vocational club in which students attend school half of the day and work at jobs throughout our community after fourth period. The officers for the 1981-82 school year were Larry Mikulec, President: Brett Massey, Vice-Pres.: Larry Kerley, Student Advisory Bobby Redden, Reporter, Todd Easley, Parliamentariang Vince Uherek, Treasurer: and Tessia Dollery, Secretary. The coordinator for the I.C.T. program is Mr. Kenneth Iones. Tessia Dollery was the Mistress of Ceremol for the Vocational banquet. Chris Gonzales works hard at his ICT station. Cameron Bayer, Ioe Borden, Ross Brown, and Mr. jones seem to be very interested. w 350 fic! l Borden and Mr. Iones concentrate on holding up the tree while checks out all the burls. ie guys in ICT demonstrate the fun of being in a vocational program. Craig Mozicek takes a break from his strenuous studies. Patrick Barrera falls asleep in class after an ac- tion filled weekend. lf 8 4 A ict X 351 VICA: leadership and work Participation in the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America IVICAI gives students from the different courses at the Career Development School an opportunity to work and have fun together. Club officers and sponsors stress leadership and hard work from its members. ' Courses included in VICA are Auto Body, Auto Mechanics, Electrical Trades, Food Service, General Construction, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, and Welding. Vocational Administrator is Bob Olin. Andy Startz, Shirl Lott, loutstanding Electrical Trades studentl, and Mattew Milburger. Kenny Ianak measures parts before welding the together. Ernie Ardono and Duane Smith. Steve Wilkins and Gilbert Canales. 352 f vica l ke Corbin and Alfred Balboa are proud of their ,to Body work. rd Iordan, Gonzalno Montez, and Pat Adams. L. A ThfadThree Stooges: Ioe Baladez, Ierry Young, and Charles Bo t. Matt Turner takes a break from work. vica f 353 FF has fruit sale The Future Farmers of America held their meetings each month of Tuesday nights with Mr. Tom Timmerman as the sponsor. Funds were raised by a fruit sale. The members participated in soil and grass judging. They also par- ticipated in the annual Livestock Show. Donna Thieme won Grand Champion in the Carcass division. lf5.4,Amk Mr. Tom Timmerman is the Future Farmers of American club sponsor. The FFA Members for 1981-1982 rr" 91' T Q' ,Q - . if? 1 gm . 3 ,3 filo ig sl I F .W Q ,H a. ,Agia A, ,ff E FFA officers are Donna Thieme, president: Lei Hamman, Vice Presidentg Kellie Thor secretary: Scott Skipper, sentinel: Madelyn dell, treasurerg Scott Perry, student advisor. 354 f ffa l l l by Ohrt seems to be ling close attention ' what is being zussed, X members held their annual iquet in April. ,Mit Freeman Pettus poses for the camera. Earl Sawyer and Keith Blundefl are fill- ing their plates so they can enjoy the mea . ffa f 355 Karen McMurxY1 and Toby Ohrt are the only two who care about aving their picture taken. Troy having another daydream about last Saturday night? Chris Trevino participated in the grass judging contest held at VHS. Madelyn Liddell stands to give her monthly treasure report. 356 X ffa lj' 4 Wm -f if If LMA' Z 511 Hoss gives his report while Iohnny seems to be occupied by something else. Donna Thieme concentrates to determine what type of grass this is. e photographer seems to have surprised Kelly Thomas. mbie turns to hear the latest gossip n Darlene. ffa X 357 ,, .. it 1 f ' ' iw-,zgisf V- 3.55-11-.,',e'.45:,g:ez.Qsf,g7 .f5k,Qi5i,, - Eggs' 125:21 5- -f ,egff,ifgwfff'gms'--'u,kg?viafskiff-QeQg2'w:1,"f3,s1':L2. li n 2'Tg4ig1:gf ff2ss1,,,gwg,qg'f,g, ,-::i ,,.. ii v -,zzsiifisw Meafk5,,1,ss'.v. gif. iw Contents Section Editor: Lynne Lowder HS dministration .... VISD dministration 360 374 Teachers ........... 366 Staff ............. .. 36 K A W VKK: H . 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Anderson, Assistant Principal and Mary lane Schurtz, Dean of Women administration f 361 Frank Ryan, Director of Counseling and Guidance Bertha White, Counselor fFreshrnenl Counselors include Bertha White, Alene Gray, Roy Goldman, Clyde Haley, Iohn Smith, Frank Ryan, and Ioe Burgamy. Alene Gray, Counselor lSeniors1 Iohn Smith, Counselor lSophomoresl if Ioe Burgamy, Counselor Uuniorsl 362 X administration It Barbara Skipper, Vocational Counselor Winifred Schramm, Dan Glazner, School Nurse Vocational Supervisor rift Vde Haley, lcational lunselor, IAF. 5 l l l l l Marie F rankson, l l Assistant Librarian ,gf Kathryn McCombs, Librarian ii administration I 363 wr AN, Virginia Kohutek, Peggy Warren, Ioyce Reedy, Ann Scherlen, lean Hartman, Carolyn Bluhm, Novileen Coffman, Central Office. Sue Phillips, Guidance Office Clerk, and Eleanor Gonzalez, I kill Guidance Office X Secretary- . nn- I Martha Billstein, Principal's Of- fice Secretary. f, f iaii if Marie Frankson, Kathryn McCombs, Emma Fernandez, Martha P 4 I l leijk Phillips, Sandra Pace, Ioy Bridges, Ioyce Warzecha, LRC Aides. ...W ww K w Wai? 3 F as l t asf gy-' The daytime janitorial staff is shown with their Thanksgiving gifts. The cafeteria staff work during lunch. s hard 3 Q 9 . t if A r 5 E Auria Bernal is caught in action. y sf in f,.,, A: fat , 'W ' ' , ' t ttiit 24 X . ' , I if - 2 2 , L if , The cafeteria and snackbar staffs are , i".,, J shown playing the part of one big W , happy family. administration f 365 +-1 2 Barbara Adcock Health Annie Anderson Physical Science Kort Angerstein Biology, Science Billye Baker Health, First Aid Edith Barnhart Chemistry Mary Lou Barrera William Bauer Norman Bennett Math Kathy Berkman English Steven Blattau Math A. C. Blunt Biology, Tennis Linda Bolton English Scott Boyd Athletics Lee Bridges English, Athletics Mark Brooks Physical Science, Trainer 366 f administration Iimmy Brown Math, Athletics Barb Bruns Government Karen Burleson Art Barclay Burrow Iournalism Iosephine Cade Homemaking, Child Development Pete Cano Spanish Debbie Castille Physical Education, Drill Team Mike Correll Math lGeometry, MOCE1 Susan Diebel English Frances Donohue HOCE Glendon Dyer Math Carl Eakin Physical Science Iune Ellisor Algebra Roxanne Feldman Biology, Applied Science Douglas Flessner Math Beverly Fletcher Government, History Mona Garrett Physical Education E.I. Gerhold History Eleanor Gerrard English Diane Gillar English Eva Gilson Typing, Shorthand Robert Gilstrap P.E., Intramural Patricia Godfrey Government Lucille Goff S.E. V.O.C. E.D. 2 administration X 367 Richard Gohn DE Michael Gray Algebra Laura Grunewald Applied Science, Biology Gary Hackney PE, Athletics Sandra Hafernick PE, Track Ruby Harrell American History David Harris Personal Business, Business Law Dwight Harris Athletics, PE, Health Henry Hartman Chemistry Charlotte Hazelwood English Don Hicks PE, Athletics, Health Carolyn Hill VOE Dorothy Hilliard English Ioe Hoefer Drafting Evelyn Hudson Physical Science Emma Iackson Sciences William lackson American History, Athletics Ann Iohnson English Benny Iohnson Spanish, Golf Kenneth Iones ICT Marie jones English Fred Iunkin Band , Dorothy Kendall English Ianet Killebrew German X r'5A ""'u...-Q 368 f administration h Weddell gets congratulated for being new head coach of VHS. Virginia Klingle Typing, Office Procedures Carolyn Knight Special Education Katherine Kuester Special Education Ianice Lahodney PE, Basketball Bonita Io Laurence English, Latin Eugenie Littlefield Choir Russell Logan Band Matilda Loredo VOE PEL Katherine Mackie History Iames Martin English Sylvia Martin Math Sandra Michna Special Education Ioy Morgan English Erlin Mortiz Vocational Agriculture Sharon Morrell French administration X 369 Hazel Morrow English Ann Mosizek History, Geography Dan Murphy Math Wanda Murray English Bonnie Mutschler English, Speech, journalism Kathy Neece English Robert Nugent CVAE Coop Ann Oyen Home and Family Living Carol Pace General Wood Samuel Paredez Math Iames Payne Metal Working Mary Pearson History Gladys Phillips Biology Eula Purnell Biology, Chemistry Ricky Ramseur DE A. T. Rawlins Special Education Marsha Ricotilli Typing Accounting Oscar Rivera Permanent Substitute g Mrs. Pearson is caught trying to sneak in her room with out being tardy. ll! 370 X administration it 5 f it N so S we ' .hh i Q rm . x' , W Mr. Burrow receives a toupee from the Stu- dent Council Spirit Vigilantes. nw Norma Ross PE, Basketball Cruz Ruiz Sciences Carol Salonek Homemaking Carlota San Miguel History, Drill Team Patti Scharschmidt Special Education Lynn Schramm Typing Delmuth Shulz Drafting Zoe Simpson Athletics, English Elbert Smith Special Education Michael Smith Athletics, Personal Business Pelinda Smith Deaf Education Renee Smith Sociology, History Carroll Southers Math Iames Spacek Math Wayne Stewart PE, Athletics, Government Bill Stevens English, FOM I Milton Stoilis Wood Working Gwen Sullivan History Bettie Summers Accounting Sallie Tate Study Hall administration X 371 Michael Terral Health, Biology, Athletics Tom Timmerman Voc. Ag., Ag. Coop Robert Tripson Health, Athletics Kristine Tsujimoto Orchestra Fred Uloth Physics, Physical Science Ianie Vallery Child Development, Homemaking Mack Van Sickle Reading Yvonne Vardaman English, Psychology Betty Vickers HECE Sara Wayne Physical Science Denise Weaver Drama Alan Weddell Athletics, Math Margaret Wilkinson Special Education Iames Wyatt Government Gayle Zavasky History, Government 372 f administration I if - . f .. ., 1, ie VHS faculty proves their loyalty to the mighty Stingarees. X. Iesse V. Cantu Machine Shop Estanislado Castillo Welding Yvonne G. Cavazos Food Service 1 Keith Fredericks Auto Mechanics Robert Gallardo Auto Body Bob Graham Gen. Machine Repair his 1-..a' swf iff' Paul A. Gwosdz CVAE Const. Trades Charles Streibel Electrical Trades Kathy Sutton Cosmetology administration f 373 VISD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Roger Gee n, n' R Qi' Aff! W E EXW'-1 VISD 8151001 Board includes lack Buttram, Bob Zawadski, Roger Gee, C.O. Farmer Ipresidentl, Martin Cano, Robert Houston, and Dave Hi . 374 f administration Z2 .lrry C. Uthoff, Deputy Superintendent of Per- lnel and Public Re ations lliam P. Sheffield, Deputy Superintendent of siness Office lack Cook, Deputy Superintendent Athletics and Physical Education I. Kirk Nesbitt, Director of Curriculum "-s Q E. G. Nunez, Administrative Assistant to Superintendent Willie A. Sexton, Director of Plant and Maintenance administration I 375 Kenneth Stolte, Coordinator, Social Studies I Department. Ian Iacobs, Coordinator, English Departmen A . L 4 .. oroo f S 4 ' 1. .p 1 .. . , ' i . t Wayne Davis, Department. Coordinator, Math Holley D. Stephenson, Coordinator, Science Department. hi Fred Iunkin, Coordinator, Music X Department. 376 I administration L Dale McClesky, Director of Special I'VlC6S. Lewis B. Williams, Director of Special Pro rams. Dplores Bamabei' Food Servic g Director. z X-at Mk Robert I. Olin, Director and Coor- dinator of Vocational Education and Industrial Arts. E. Ray McDaniel, Bus Supervisor. Ici1Anne Martin, Manager of Warehouse and Print S op. administration X 377 New way of life During the 1981-82 school year, VHS was honored with the presence of three foreign ex- change studentsg Pedro Canal from Columbua, Nis von Below from Germany, and Maria Carlsson from Sweden. These students experienced a different way of life. They learned more about the western way and even dressed western. At the end of the school year, the students received gifts from the student body. Maria Carlsson enjoys her stay at VHS. Nils von Below takes time out to rest. ,..,, .uwl Pedro Canal can always be caught with a smile. 378 X foreign exchange Foreign exchanlge students show what they received rom the student body during the Awards Assembly. 3 Members of AFS gather together for one last picture. I Parties are part of the fun of being a foreign exchange student. foreign exchange I 379 Private dance honors seniors To celebrate graduation, a dance was organized by a group of parents, honoring the seniors and their guests. The dance featured the band Hargiss, and lasted from 10:00 till 2:00 a.m. at the Communi- ty Center. Each honoree was presented with an ice chest at the steak and egg breakfast at Western Sizzlin'. Patty Hawkins and Ieff Dorsett could find only one chair. Mike Reedy and Susan Wade relax during a break Lori Bruns and Grant Andreason I5 why the long face, Lori? in .l 380 X graduation dance l l Brett Baldwin trys to choke the truth l from Tammy Blankenship. Ardis HuVar and Robert Heinrich enter the dance late. , ' .ik ly Huebner and I. C. Camps enjoy refreshments after a fast dance. Iana Wright and Bruce Hammond enjoy the music by Hargiss. graduation dance f 381 Seniors reach milestone Graduation is a milestone in life. It is a stepping stone from the past, with its hours of study and its marvelous moments of fun, to a new and somewhat different life filled with great challenges and responsibilities. Graduation is an end and a beginning. Bill Ienkins gives his valedictory address. Pedro Canal refects on his last moments as a Stingaree. Michelle Trevino is happy to have received l diploma. Ex-Stingarees sing their school song for the last time. 4 si 35 5 S E? 5 Chris Davis listens attentively to graduation speeches. l 382 f graduation l l l l l Graduates listen to the Baccalaureate Address by Rev. lesse Mothersbaut-zh. 'Chee 'aduates toss their caps into the air as a symbol of leaving high hool and entering the next stage in life. Student Council President loe Trevino receives his diploma from Robert Houston, School Board president. Eddie Haas, M i c h e 1 I e MCAlpine, and Ruth Salas show emotion after the ceremony. Is Sharon Simms excited? graduation I 383 Seniors concentrate on walking in a straight line. Seniors practice n The drama and precision of the graduating ceremonies did not happen spontaneously. That mor- ning, soon-to-be graduates spent time marching, responding to cues, and most of all, praying that the luminous rain clouds would disappear, Mr. Tom Burchfield conducted the shortest rehearsal ever - two and one half hours. Gary Alford, Keith Alkek, and Natalie Alkek even had to practice standing. ..... 5 ,... S . , . we ., , , ,b , , X W ,X M .tt... t. ...X . .. aww w, g :Lr5.,.,..,.,..,.p.XzM,.... . . . - L. ' ., . 5' 'xt " - ""' kvkk pk . K .. K M is, i .. . K . K I .. .,, 1 5 " K' - - ..f::- V, lull... ... i Y ' ' Nair: Q , 'fl . ' - s--- ' lll!Hl!ll!B!f! UEX. 9 Q X' 2 5 Q Af is ,, ' V L Q ' '. g:5.irE!E?3:F5f5Ellln c . :fr is s X 'as r s fs me ' . ?' nga: l ' 'W s I .... 1 U . s " "' . Q ng p 'l,l'1 ' I L E . 1 Q ' r V , V. A Q .Q lll' ' . " 'es . . it i ri 5 1" -. -' i . A . , gi .. it - Jr.: at 1 r r X ' U 'A ' 'f' . 4. ' 1 cttit g iii.. Y , "HM ,. Vx M -wx... X .. s ""'4?!"41'.-. - "' 'v""r ., ,H e,.M Q 'N rM.m'g'2 -f 'y,,e..,.,,,,,. .nh-,, 5. K A' 'I ' fw..,, mv 1 .' .- sq.: Y! N A' "Q N .a t N Q'-x .gnu 1 .Tay ' .N . I n t ,X ,ry .L ,l t " r -A 1 I jf- :zz , f .W A ' , - Seniors fmallygowf f . , ff f - V g fight Un the f0Ufth iti' i iii ll':t i ' i 1 W ' f ' f's - . , -m e U-yn . tt'- A - 'r'if11"'4 M ' . gf - 384 f graduation rehearsal E w In Memoriam Trey Iackson February 28, 1965 - October 4, 1981 memoriam X 385 2 r, Q11 e si 4 is f 'iffw '- Contents Section Editor: Holly McCutcheon Albertson's - 418 KNAL - 412 Alcorn Well Service - 418 All American Awards - 414 Anchor Lumber Yard - 409 Apothecaryl- 413 Aqua Knig ts - 401 Armstrong Mayflower - 408 Arnold's T.V. - 401 Aztec Rental Center - 390 B.D.K. Drilling - 398 B-T Oilfield Supply - 390 Mrs. Baird's Bread - 404 Baker Service Tools - 402 Balfour - 396 Bill Barnes jeweler - 420 Better Gardens Br Landscape - 410 Bianchi Pharmacy - 393 Bi Iohn's Bar-b-que - 402 Bifbo Drilling Co. - 408 Bits 8: Bridal- 412 Boogie's Restaurant- 397 Bu mobile - 413 Buaet Hole Gun Shop - 392 Burger King - 414 CHD Auto Parts - 391 Car Broker - 394 lay Carroll Photography - 411 Casa Ramicos M 406 Central Drug - 396 Century 21 Redding-Fitzgerald - 400 Cindy's Fashions - 391 City Oilwell - 402 Classic Casuals - 418 Coca-Cola - 401 Colonial Funeral Home - 412 Comlfuter Command Corp. - 413 Con or Pipe - 420 Conti's Hardware - 406 Duane Cook 81 Assoc. - 410 County Government - 389 Cox Engineering - 412 Craig's Portraits 8: Tuxedo's - 404 Craig's Sound Gallery - 391 Crystal Ice Co. - 392 Curtis Mathes - 413 Delta Drilling Co. - 423 Dick's - 421 Herbert Doud Photography - 403 Down the Street - 413 Dr. Pepper - 404 Dykes Armstrong Printers - 408 Emmons - 397 C.O. Farmer Firestone - 400 Floral Arts by Laverne - 405 Flying "V" Bar Western Wear - 405 Foss, Cates, Hudson, 8: Sims Insurance - 421 Friendly Used Cars - 422 CHE Drilling, Inc. - 398 Mr. Gatti's of Victoria - 394 General Automotive Center - 417 Goad Motor Company - 401 Graham's Men 81 Boys - 402 Green's lewelers - 408 Groce Wearden - 397 Gum's Keepsake - 398 I-I,E.B. - 409 Hall Electric - 393 Harding 81 Parker - 388 Hartman's Barber Salon - 406 Hastings Books 8: Records - 392 Hi-Lo Auto Supply - 397 Al Hogan - 396 Hospital Pharmacy - 402 House of Flowers - 390 Instant Copy 8: Printing - 392 Iim's Big Burger - 398 Iordan Motor Company - 415 9 Q z KVIC 8: KCWM - 392 KXIX-TV - 416 KZEU - 391 Kloesel Cleaners - 396 Leonard Kovar Ford - 390 Leo's Feed Lot lk Catering - 418 McGilvray Lease - 392 Mam'selles - 390 Martin Bt Turner Insurance - 416 Melvin's Men 8: Boys - 420 Ian Moore School of Dance - 408 Navarro Rentals - 494 Navratil Music - 408 Nickelodeon - 424 Overhead Door Co, of Victoria - 406 P.D.Q, Masterlube - 401 P.I. Seafood - 406 Palace Bowling Center - 413 Peanut Shack - 406 Pelican's Wharf- 419 The Photo Store 3 409 Pier I Imports - 392 Pizza Inn - 408 Playland Skating Center - 394 Production Bearing 81 Drive. Inc. - 414 P.I.A. Insurance - 423 Rather's - 418 Ed Reyna - 405 Rings N Things - 406 Robo Wash of Victoria - 421 Sandie's Cycle Shop - 412 Sassman's Office Supply - 408 Schaefer Well Service - 404 Sebring by Fred - 402 Shafer Sporting Goods - 396 Simon's - 397 Skytop Brewster - 416 Slumberland Bed Er Bath - 392 SonicDrive-In - 417 South Texas Machine Works - 398 South Texas Savings - 399 Stimson Furniture - 402 Sunset Variety - 397 Sunshine Florist - 409 Superior Pressure - 417 Suzuki of Victoria - 414 Taco USA. - 395 Talkin T-Shirts - 423 Tamera's of Victoria - 416 Tee's Music House - 404 Texas Southern Inc. f 406 lohn Thompson Painting - 416 3-K Digging, Inc. - 400 Totah's Motor Hotel - 409 Dean Truman Van 81 Storage - 418 Verna Cor .- 410 Victoria Asvocate - 391 Victoria Automobile Dealers Assoc. - 405 Victoria Bearing Sr Industrial Supply - 394 Victoria Credit Bureau - 405 Victoria Machine Works - 393 Victoria Mall - 421 Victoria Marine Sales - 401 Victoria Office Equipment, Inc. - 390 Victoria Printing Co. - 391 Victoria Teaching 8: Office Supply - 416 Victoria Western World - 397 Village Shoe 8: Barber - 412 Wen y's - 407 Wenzel's Beauty 8: Barber Supply - 412 O.G. Wilson - 404 The Windows - 401 Winn's - 409 Zales i 412 Dr. Zuniga - 388 r r 2 N5 aes, A. ,, rt, of , X tiger ,tara .. ,army A -we .15 in ss' -1 sw: tv 'ifiiigft Sf Q M if, s QS Q at 2 ,nf . . , , r..,, k.,, . rr, rr 0 fa., y ,. Q st .5 - fs- to ,,:1ri5ggtr:1q me aw' NS 4 V " iii -i s ff. fn? r, ..,t,. f ' " sag 6 'rw w - rms 386 X advertising 1 QR, 1551145 fl ' 51115 1 - 1 1 -1151,-111011 1 S 114 '12 11 ' '1-:'1f2i1sfv1- .,,. L,L, 1 W .L., i:1,1 , :355ili?f5i' k'f52f??E15?1:l ,-11,,11,-1, 111 v-f- V,,-.f 1 , -11,11 11 i If:-ff' fs 111111 W1 Zee: H111 , 1' , '5,,55iiiff1:-11':- 1'- 951:51 siiiifffzwl I ,wif-11: 2- 11--11211111 11--S L,,'- : 111,1- S' 11 1,,1111,1111g1f.:-111- at K' -- 11:,111,, 1 ilfiilsi 1 111, 1 1 , 1 1- 1 , .X,1.. 1 ,, VU! , ,,.. S, 1, 752 -17' 'ffl si 1 1 SSL ,11, if isiifeigg, - 1 311 5' r. Q 1 advertising X 387 Slingaree Yearbook f eBooSlers The 1982 Yearbook Staffwould like tothankth Q i following businesses and individuals for their speoialconlributions: oscar e. zunaga, Mn. 2204 Airline -Harding81Parker :sos N-Navarr0 f f . 1 " f - " , ' Q County Gov. Spoerl Clerk ads f 389 +1 T 516, .f',,ii5'f13'5 ' Elsie and Burle Green 5:5531 Kay? AZTEC RENTAL CENTER Rentals and Sales 17131 366-94 645 15121 575-0534 FM 4485 Northrup Hwy. 6602 Hallettsville Hwy. Giddings, Texas 78942 Victoria, Texas 77901 E" aifbwefs I f' . Rip 1313 N. Navarro Victoria, Texas 77901 Jim Fitzhenry Phone 573-3246 Owner we cm .rr 9 YES I602 N. LA vlcromn. Sli - Calculators Facmry A"m'o'iz'd Olympia lnlsrnetlonsl Sales and Service Preclslon Business Equipment FURNITURE - SUPPLIES VICTORIA OFFICE EQUIPMENT Di-IONE 573-4371 1602 N. LAUREN VICTORIA TEXAS 77901 Leonard llllouar Form Comm! lg ,E I? 4700 N. Navarro - P.o. 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RELIABILITY - Baltour has served the students ol America for The Recognized Leader in Recognizing People over 60 years. Bobby Shater Dean Shate AL HOGAN st , wg. President ' ' ' A AL HOGAN BUILDER, INC. 1512i 578-2925 ,h W s thT s ' B'Id' Vrftki.-'Q'-. ou exas avlngs UI ing JA 1, -LL QL, Victoria, Texas 77901 Ogfmg 60009 512-578-9936 2310 N. Navarr- 512-578-6621 Victoria, Texas 7790 E r One Day Service on Request KLOESEL CLEANERS r ug Cleaning - Pressing - Laundry Service 575.4713 1704 NMUREM and Wedding Dresses Heirloomed Rose and James Kioesel Phone Fine Cosmetics 3802 N. Laurent- I - 573-4231 and Where Quality Cleaning ls Still Practlced. Full Pharmacy Service 396 f ads Best Wishes 1 . From ' GROCE-WEARDEN B.D.K. Dflling Company EMMONS EMBROIDERY 81 MONOGRAMS 1815 Navarro Plaza Victoria, Texas 77901 AIC 512-575-5421 Chainstitch Embroidery Monogramming Club and Team Patches Banners and Flags School Award Letters X fn 5 5. 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Box 3155 578-5245 SOUTH TEXAS MACHINE WORKS 7525752 A fwifxjfg Houston Hwy. fi f X LU' 'H Victoria, Texas 77901 fl AA Qi Q. ff Wmfff 575-4440 398 X ads 7 Locations to Serve You . . . nancy S.,-X4, SOUTH TEXAS SAVINGS ASSGCIATICDN Your Financial Center Victoria Rio Grande and Navarro 573-5241 Victoria Town Plaza Shopping Mall 573-4301 Hallettsville 2nd and LaGrange 798-3927 Yorktown E. Main and Church 564-2171 Sinton 311 W. Sinton 364-1261 Pt. Lavaca 302 N. Virginia 552-7411 Cuero 102 E. Main 275-6636 Insured Up to S100,000 S -4 'll I! -f Q., fn ... g 1-yt' 1Ji4v.:jivA,1i.g.. L V n ad f 399 Lease Crews DOZGFS ' LEASE CREWS DOZERS SERVICES. INC. OILFIELD WORK VICTORIA l512l 578 6224 BACKHOES BASTROP l512l 321 '3951 MMNTMNERS K , - J Victoria 1512i 578-6224 Bastrop 1512i 321-3951 Backhoes Maintainers 2 M.. li Congratulations Ul'L.lLlfu.ll!....u.i.rl DUCK Tllli I ILIIT SIIVICI 201 W llc 0 nlo 5157464 A L STORES U. ILFAHMEH ""f"Sf9"", 201 W Rio Grande 2809 N Lou ont 94-n"'l nuns -.. Seniors '82 400 f ads Sandwiches Whole vlcTomA MARINE SALES gggy 555130033 F IBERGLASS UNLIMITED Salads Notice Desserts No. 1 Huntington Rd. weyman Adamek 15123 575-5871 Victoria, Texas 77901 1512, 575-6651 BAKERY 3' CAFE 573-1121 1305 Sam Houston Sandwiches Served on Fresh Bread! IT'S ALL IN THE FAMILY A, L. , , -, waz ao - Y: 507 QQ N 0-G7 v. H. "vac" ARNOLD E 77 President B N. Navarro Vlcto Ia Te s 77901 578 1503 "10 Minute Oil Change" MASTER LUBE 1 5127575-3242 607 E. Mockingbird Lane Victoria Texas 77904 3 o 701 E. Motklrtqblrd victoria Toxas 77901 45123 573-0763 U2 '3 " . I V ii:-g 5 -1-fs-J . Hemi Y , 515' 1 1. 3 A, ' Complime oLnsMoaii.E ts GOAD-MOTOR CO., INC. 301 N. East Street ' Drawer 3765 Victoria, Texas 77903 Phone 575-6 375 ads X 401 . 69' qllf' 0 ee 'bs O e , Q By Appointment 576-1239 SEBRING BY FRED 1101 Sam Houston Butchee Plaza Victoria, Texas 77901 Beef, Sausage, Ribs, Chicken, Ham BIG JOHN'S TEXAS STYLE BAR-B-QUE Eat Here or Take lt Out 908 E. Rio Grande John and Sandy Evans Victoria, Texas 77901 15121 578-8871 A Complete World of Fashion for Men and Boys Town Plaza Shopping Mall HOSPITAL PHARMACY CD Phone 515-0216 -I Victoria, Texas Congratulations Seniors '81 1501-B Navarro Pat R. Barrera R.Ph. Swabbing Oil 81 Gas Workovers 5 i Double Drum X' Units , f Extra g 200 Barrel Mud Tank X I Mud Tank X XX Slilllllll oil Field XL 100 B I Welding Rental Swab Tank Service on Two Wheel T ll Call Dev Of Night Collect Phone 575-8567 VlCTOFiiA,TEXAS 77901 Daytime only 7 A.M. to 5 PM.-15125576-2154 A DIVNSION OV BAKER VNVEHNATNONAL COF?PflHA"UN los JOHN STOCKBAUER DR. VICTORIA. TEXAS 7790i i5I2l 575-543: RES. 15123 573-3579 SEMEQN Decorative Home Furnishings 1008 N. Cameron Victoria, Texas 402 f ads erlre rl Haul ,0 Capfure your every mood wifh award-winning porfrai ads f 403 5,9 M792 'Z 2 4 3' annie I WELL SERVICE, INC. CRAIGKS' Portrait Studio Q Tuxedo s a We Have Special Events Trailers and Fountain Service 576-3983 Craig Weisiger 1411 Village Dr. P.O. Box 3745 Victoria, Texas 77901 Texas' Largest Band Instrument Repair Service TEE'S Music House Dr. Pepper and Since 1947 241 W. Second Street P.O. Box 366 Phone 15121564-2411 Yorktown, Texas 78164 CrossRoads Center Downtown BETTER BEVERAGES 'Nc' Phone 15121575-0204 Phone 15121583-9786 3810 N. Main 1905 E. Red River 117 W. Main Victoria, Texas 77901 Victoria, Texas 77901 Kenedy, Texas 78115 Band Instruments - Guitars - Amps - Music Books - Tapes - LPs - 45s 'SINCE 108' VQCQB M B JEWELERSfDlSTRlBUTORS Stays Fresh Longer Kim Pqrks Office Manager 1008 N. Laurent M H v' t ' a 5733234 753013.-Gi-lalletsville Hwy. Victoria, TX 77901 5121576-5131 404 X ads VICTORIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION Atzenhotfer Chevrolet Gladden Pontiac - AMC - Jeep Goad Motor Company Jerry Irvin Toyota Jordan Motor Company Killebrew Dodge Leonard Kovar Ford Walt Nicol Lincoln - Mercury - VW Dennis Smith Motors Inc. D R EY N A FLYING v-BAR WESTERN j WEAR Freer - Victoria ,www Qf5BS3y1Eg9rfSy 1929 E. Red Rive, H H Crossroads Center Pagas Menos Por Mas vacf0faa,rexas119o3 576-1221 512-576-1127 New - Used - Fleet Sales Ba q etAndPa yR mAvailabI W5 lk? ' 'Qoo 'Q' ' :V " Q1 9 " M, "When Your Heart C . O O 6 Has a Message, CTLIIQ QQ y Sayltwith T gl C Sh 4 C Flowers" WD O I Oumry oppmg enter 1307 Sam Houston Jegfgggfms' H 573 oosa - Phone 573-6314 Victoria, Texas 77901 ads f 405 the -A 1 an t mmmm nm I Hartman s B A R B E R S A L O N VIRGIL HARTMAN . . . For Peanut Loversw OWNER Victoria Mall Phone 578-6128 CONTI'S HARDWARE RINGS ,N THINGS Two Locations to Serve You 1203 E. Red River Downtown Laurent 215 S. Bridge 1504 N. Laurent Victoria, Texas 77901 575-1487 573-4482 15127 575-6661 Victoria, Texas We Carry James Avery Jewelry 578-7302 SEAFOOD 1ao4 N. NAvARno Micxev a MARSHA cos7ELLA , ,P' 0' Box 2847 vnc'romA, TExAs 77901 Owners Victoria, Texas 77902 - 2847 "HOME OF THE MOST Deuclous MEXICAN Fools" COMPANY OF VICTORIA, INC. CASA RAMlCO'S 1314 E. Red River Victoria, Texas 77901 MEXICAN FOOD Tony PIIOHBI 512 S G LASS OWNERS Manager 15 VlCTiF?:lXg7ETEgC4177901 AuaoNi:zOARiLaE45M I RO SINCE 6f 'gm 406 f ads WENDY'S Salutes Victoria High School Class of 1982 5 BILBO SOUTH TEXAS LEADING IEWELERS 5 n I ' ss --1 DRILLING - - fa 9" f- Pay ' COMPANY Yi? 1 ' '-'l 'V'9-'- P E252 QQ' 4 Con I ence '::,ifQ37.f' T" f . ' ' '-- , . ' 4 'Q-,Q Laredo Victoria - Del Rio - Eagle Pass . I I Victoria' 1-,Xu See Us tor Art Carved Class Rings 116 N. Main 573-9147 USIC :ta Y' Since 1910 ARMSTRONG TRANSFER 8: STORAGE COMPANY Agent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co., Inc. Brenham Victoria Wharton 1713i f713j 836-2701 15121 575-4011 Q713j 532-1820 Victoria PizzA o SPAGHETTI 0 sANowlco-its o SALAQf. .i We SASSMAN'S oFFlcE 1 , . . - Au - SUPPLY FSF."-', "Everything for the Office" w "Supplies and Furniture" 5121578-1553 2602 HOUSTON HWY 102 S. Main 575-0276 VICTORIA, TEXAS 77901 -6- , Dykes-Armstrong Jun bm00"9 PRINTERS Ear. rvicrvmpocvm 1211 North Laurent Victoria, Texas 77901 Area Code 512-573-0171 3iE32LELQJfmfiHH 408 WEST STAYTON VICTORIA, TEXAS 77901 408 f ads w 307 West Water Street 512-575-1421 ' 'sFii,9 7 1' Q ik X1 i mrnhlyin :an f , N - ' X p pcALzns N Blll lf! Y U' 9 if-an Y' Victoria, Texas 77901 5" '-:32f: - J S-L ,B Tov AND CRAFT CENTER Xalan A Complete Line of Toys and 'fowl MGTOR YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD RESTAURANT GROCERY STORE SUNSHINE FLORIST Sunshine Brings Flowers I Mig Y 7 1 ' fr Q Complete Floral Service AJ ' Qvl EEE Day or Night Call ' ww -V W DIAL 2202 N. NAVARHO H 575-4728 1901 N. Lauren! ads X 409 RED CARPET REAL ESTATE Real Estate Specialists 506 Mockingbird Lane Residential Investments 578-2958 Commercial Farms and Ranches .i -6 . ii ,FX lkkk j- 6 gd:-6 1 gi: 6 ,ff iff, ,fs ' Q ' fl - 'i 'f ff 475 3' ,' 5 151 N ' ,rig M at ' 1-2 6 'S I. -s', f' 'flyg ' 4" , , '5 ' 'Q-4' F S 5 ' ' " ' . ., 1' K' , .Q a t E' 6.566 . - Y xxx ' 1 film QA i 5,21 N' ns , - ,E Q 6 5 6 3 ,5 ,. ,K ,-ta, . , M, 1 'Q 2 if ' L D5 . 2 7?-, ' 12 7 .... , vfgf-fi' ' 'IE -' 'T V ., , S+ I 1 if . 6 .1 ,ep 2 6 Y 2 si -15, 6:8 , Wi' 6 zz fs Q ' 'far 0 , ' A w i ' , L. " 5' 6 ,- 2 " 6 . Ji n .gif ,ia . 5' -N A V ' ' 4 -'A-.nv . N' - - . X. 4 x .. ---- WA is A A iff-my , Q .,i. 6 A -, - - X AVL 2116 Y.E'.3!h!,9 R. L. "Bob" Rogers Phone: l . president 573-7434 P.0. Box 2236 Victoria, Texas 77902 BETTER GARDENS AND LANDSCAPE 606 Mockingbird Victoria, Texas 77904 15121 576-3661 qnesy gsm 576-4288 410 f ads ads X 411 I El x ENGINEERING INC. WENZEL'S BEAUTY 81 BARBER SUPPLY P.O. BOX 4610 I I VICTORIA, TEXAS 77903 Hair Goods for Every Family Need 1708 E. Airline DAVID F cox P E OFFICE 512 57574843 Victoria' Texas 77901 PRESIDENT oFFIcE1FIEsIDENcE 512 573 9322 Gegrge and Nangy wgnzgl 515-1511 Owners 9 YAAIAIIA I Q A W PHONE I512I 575-0536 N ' M! eIcvc:I.Es SANDIES, IIIIc. .Serving Victoria Since 1949 3202 N. NAVARRO - P. O. BOX 4167 VICTORIA, TEXAS 77901 - ., I? Q 7 BITS AND BRIDAL GIFT BOUTIQUE Complete Bridal Registry Gifts Town Plaza Mall 1502 E. Airline ZALES' me DIAMOND snosus PHONE 512l575'4l2I TOWN C COUNTRY CTR. Ph0l10 512f575-4521 515.0214 TWH G Cvunffy Cir- 149 vieaoria mu Q 'A x Bk I' 2.1 sw uw ii an , A1 f1IIIIIIr'5 COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME 1801 E. Red River Victoria, Texas 77901 THE SOUND OF SPORTS 1410 Victoria VILLAGE BOOT STORE VILLAGE BARBER SHOP VILLAGE SHOE REPAIR CHARLES DELGADO, JR. 1409 Village Drive Bus.: 575-3171 Victoria, Texas 77901 Res.: 578-3255 412 f ads PALACE BOWLING CENTER I Snack Bar Pro Shop 1 Billiard Room I "Come See Us!" l I Ph. 575-4722 Manager: Dearle McKnight JDE 1305-C E. Airline 15121 575-5101 I 6 TREE? Town 81 Country Shopping Center comloutef' command corloora fion .Ure HU 'FI :nun 1 I ,II .1 1 L g' ,Wi f ill 3 ,3, 1 C' llfffrl mw fiflill "' h 4 I - I Sales Q A".r in f I Service ms ArarHzcAnY , Jack E. Myers, R.Ph. 1501 E. Red River Victoria, Texas I Phone 578-5203 1 Rentals 1 I I II n" '51 Il -TTI' I I K dWfJ:L .' lvl. 5, fi? '-2' , A t'-' lvl Curtis Mathes EXCLUSIVE LIMITED Curtis Mathes HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER faq, Q W CURTIS MATHES 4102 N. Navarro Victoria, Texas 77901 101 Commerce Port Lavaca, Texas 77979 ads I 413 Arent You ung 'P ry ' BURGER KING PRODUCTION BEARING AND DRIVE, INC. IQ I ll D H1 A, Bearings, Seals, Sheaves, V-Belts, Sprockets, Industrial Hardware Twin Disc Clutches and Parts in Stock 2802 Delmar - Victoria, TX MOTORCYCLES 0 GENERATORS 1 PARTS 0 SERVICE 'INSURANCE 4 UZUKI OF VICTORIA Q512j 578-9864 2012 N. Navarro Victoria, TX 77901 All lmerfcan p4wardA 6 Tnplufu, ,9nc. Owners: Dale R. Kalinowski Res: 15121 578-1602 David D. Dworsky Res: 1512i 578-4922 Sales . . . 106 W. Goodwin Alice V. Reid Res. l512j 3958 victoria, Texas 77901 578-6208 578-3862 or 578-0522 Bobby Shults Res. 573-6437 414 f ads Congratulations to the Class of '82 "It's a Long Way to Empty in a Datsun" JORDAN MOTOR CO., INC 3208 Houston Highway Victoria, TX 77901 6 1512, 576-3191 415 f ads KXIX-TV Victoria, Texas P.O. Box 1879 Victoria, Texas 77902 Egg JU snswsrsn 416 f Jim Miller 1 Plant Manager F37 MW' THE SKYTOP Owners: George and Mary Hetta Kelly B R E R ot Victoria Shoes and C 0 M PA N Y Women's Accessories P O Box 3494 Apprel Houston Highway Village Drive - Post Office Box 4410 - Victoria Q7 Miles E391 gf Victoria, Telephone 5121576-4114 Victoria, Texas 77901 1512i 573-5231 TWX-910-870-1777 4 u as I ' THC-gf,3,+,gg0N v"aL::2eLf,::::?f:.aPD wrt ' - il zoos E. Lawndale I yr A 1 2 J rm PAINTING Victoria, Texas 77901 f ,, CONTRACTOR l512l 578-4571 V MARTIN 81 TURNER u j L v INSURANCE Leif CL AGENCY, P.c. " ' ' 'W' it P.o. Box 4440 1210 Mockingbird Ln. 3706 GFGGDWOOC! Victoria, Texas 77901 Victoria, Texas 77901 1512, 516-5218 578-1140 Dan Martin Dale Turner Res. l512j 578-1223 Res. 15121573-3837 ads l i i l i SUPERIOR PRESSURE BUS. 575-0421 C G N 0 L S 5 I N C ' Night 578-5514 Congratulations Seniors of "82" From 3 tin D ,4 I Ea 9 '. ? I I . 0 ' Mauna ! ONION Rl 0 i GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE CE NTER Specializing in buying, selling, rebuilding d stalling new and used moto along with all other automotive needs. James Duckworth - Owner 'N f dl sph- zz Sandra Duckworth - Salesman fi n 1 -g - Lower Mission Valley Rd. , LL w 575-1729 or 578-9134 Lg lib I W'II ' k D ' S I I Plc up and ellverl Q lilSliIiI i 417 X ad I-99,5 Feed Lol and Anunias Radio Equipped Catering ALCORN WELL SERVICE INC. Workover and Servicing Rigs Victoria, Texas 15121 575-4132 Victoria Regional Airport 2106 Port Lavaca Hwy. We Cater to: - Banquets - B.B.Q.'s - Wedding Receptions Service in and Out of Town Steak - Seafood Cocktails Leo Anderson DRUGS!! F000 1512, 575-6421 - Conventions - Anniversaries KQSSZCQ . :skins Dresses Blouses - Jeans Slacks 1309 E. Red River at Laurent Open 24 Hrs. DEAN TRUMAN VAN 8. STORAGE I 1507 Ben Jordan X d A A 4' 7,6 Victoria, Texas 77901 69351 'S K' 4 . , ' X f :BJ-3i34'.g'E Agents for 'mx' Men's Fashions 1 Laurent West Plaza 2523 N. Laurent LI N E S Victoria, Texas 77901 418 fads Congratulations Seniors" Prime Rib - Steak - Crab - Lobster Jim Warner 1512i 578-5253 2912 Houston Hwy. Victoria 77901 419 f ad CONDOR PIPE INC. CONDOR CONDOR ff: .. . .wear r:Tr?::. -EF? . 3 . -vi 5 ,ff ',4Z?fi ff, 255 ix fx 7, I, :IV H Et xxlxrbx ixixlxix Casing - Tubing - Line Pipe ' 1 victoria - 573-2252 B U I n 5 Corpus Christi 15121 888-5528 P.0. Box 1681 victoria Men and Boys Town and Country Tots to Teens Shopping Center 'k 1' i 1' 'k 1' 1' xf Bill Barnes Jewelers Since 1913 111 South Main Street Victoria, Texas 77901 Phone 1512! 573-4361 Diamond Engagement Rings Diamond PendantslEarrings Rolex Watches Rubies, Sapphires, Emeralds, Opals, etc. Beautiful Gold Chain by the Foot A Complete Bridal Center Last, but Certainly Not Least, Balfour Senior Rings 420 X ads With Over 75 Fine Stores To Serve You Mon - Sat 10 am - 9 pm 1 1,...ifwfi.,.,, Victoria Mall US 77 N. at John Stockbauer R050 AUTOMATIC CAR WASH DICK'S 1407 N. Laurent 573-3361 1302 Crestwood 8 7 7 Days 8 week Dick's Lone Tree 2215 E. Lone Tree Rd. Congratulatio S From Your Friends at: FOSS, CATES, HUDSON 81 SIMS INSURANCE AND BONDS 2403 Laurent 575-8256 Victoria, Texas Dick's West End 701 S. Moody ShptDk dSve 911 Sam Houston . Mm fx. , X 575-3341 4 wamunw' I Y 1 c Q 0 4 n 9 r a 1 I u I a t, N I o n 5 1 422 1 ads 4 1 i For All Your F A Insurance Needs PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE 1610 N AGENTS, INC. Lau ent 578 3691 SeeaPro...At The Insurance Store Home of P.S. Personal Serivce Alvin L. Boyd Roger Dawson Ervin F. Vrazel John F. Brimberry Ron Dickson Allan T. Weigancl Associates Doug Vrazel Hardy McCullough Tommy Hitzleld Jimmy R. Poe Darla Sillord TALHIN ,fl 'J'-r 'r-sumrs .5 3 S-v' o,,4v'I I' vi 'r 5780236 --'U --- VICTORIA MALL df ul - ni -I- H GAME Family Atmosphere The Best Game Room In Town 4102 N. Navarro Next to Schlotzky's And New Location Lone Tree Center Next to Winn's Finest Video Games Autographs 426 f index -A- Abbott, Devon 1111: 68 Abrameit, Dottie 1121: 285, 18 Adair, Debra 1101: 90, 90 Adame, Adam 1121: 343 Adams, Curtis 1121: 149, 146. 143, 152 Adams, Diana 1111: 68 Adams, Michael 1111: 68, 292. 290 Adams, Pat: 353 Adams, Tamera 1111: 68, 338 Aguayo, Maria 1091: 114, 156 Aquayo, Martin 1101: 90 Aguilar, Ramiro 1121: 18, 343 Aguillon, Esther 1101: 90 Aguillon,1oe1101:90 Aguillon, 1ulie1121: 18 Aguillon, Patricia 1111: 69, 346. 347 Aguirre, Adolfo 1091: 114 Ahlstrom, Shanna 1091: 114 Aikma, Michele 1101: 90 Akai, Tammy: 260 Alaniz, Leo 1111: 68 Albarez, Chris 1091: 114 Albarez, Mark 1111: 68 Albrecht, Shawn 1091: Alcanter, Paula 1091: 114 Aldis, Vicki 1101: 90, 292 Aleman,1immy1091: 114 Aleman, Lucinda 1101: 90 Alexander, Karen 1091: 114 Alexander, George 1111: 68, 191 Alexander. Kimberly 1121: 285, 18 Alford, Gary1121: 322, 324, 325, 384, 6, 17, 242. 18 Alkek, Amy 1111: ea, az, 162. 208,19B, 197, 204, 200, 201 Alkek, Keith 1121: 322, 324, 384. 18 Alkek, Natalie 1121: 280, 384, 319, 18, 296 Allemand, Andre 1101: 90, 322, 277, 220, 221 Allemand, Angelle 1111: 68, 243, 259, 288, 289 Allen, Henry 110: Allen. Kimberly 1121: 18 Allen, Michael 1101: 90 Allen, Tina 1101: 90 Alvarado, Francis 1121: 19 Alvarez, Laverne 1091: 114, 319 Alvarez, Gracie 1121: 19 Alvarez, Linus 1121: 343, 19 Alvarez, Louise 1111: 68, 332 Alvarez, Rachel 1091: 114 Amador, Cynthia 1101: 90 Amador, 1ohnny1101: 90 Amburn, Michelle 1091: 114 Anderson, David 1111Z68,190. 191, 194 Anderson, Derek 1091: 114, 136 Anderson, 1ohn 1121: 148, 152. 19,44 Anderson, Kim 1101: 90, 305, 306, 246, 84, 277, 4, 327, 319, 31 Anderson, Lee 1091: 114 Anderson, Sharian 1091: Anderson, Stephen 1101: 90 Andrade, Gloria 1091: 114 Andrade, Mark 1101: Andrade, Miroslava11Z1: 19 Andreasen, Grant 1121: 280, 380, 19 Andreasen, Richard 1091: 114, 277 ' Andres, Debra 1111168 Andres, Donna 1111: 68, 305. 306, 246, 4, 285, 319, 31 Andrews, Britt 1091: 114 Appelt, Ricky 1121: 316, 317, 19, 21 Araj, Tammy 1101: 90, 292 Ardoin, Rita 1091: 114 Ardono, Ginie: 352 Arelland, Daniel 1121: Arendo que, Evelyn 1111: 68 Armstrong, Susan 1101: 90, 84. 327, 89, 314. 315,296 Arnold, Patricia 1101: 90 Arnold, Roberta 1101: Arnold, Walter 1101: 90 Arredondo, David 1111: Arrington, Alica 1121: 19 Arriola, Tony 1091: 114 Arterberry, Brian 1111: 68, 63. 152 Ashcraft, April 1091: 114 Ashley, Lisa 1101: 90 Q vg- i Steve Iones wonders if anyone notices him eating on a piece of candy. , Avery, 1ames1111: 68 Avila, Leticia 1091: 114 Avila, Leticia 1111: 68, 256 Avila, Martha 1111: 68 -B.. Baca, Allen 1121: 19 Bacak,1ames1101:90,92,292. 290 Bachak, Larry1 1: 76, 277 Bagwell, Brian 1091: 125, 90 Bailey, limmey 1101: 90 Bailey, lohn 1121: Bailey, Michael 1101: 90, 137 Bailey, Tracy 1091: 114, 292, 290 Baker, Beverly 1111: 68, 178,179 Baker, Randy 1091: 114 Baker, Tracey 1121: 19 Balboa, Alfred 1121: 353 Balboa, Daniel 1121: Balboa, 1ohnny1121: 19 Balboa, Larry 1121: 338 Balderez, 1oe1121:353, 19 Baldwin, Bret1121:143, 160. 381, 152, 19 Balusek, Kenneth 1101: 90, 137 Bandy, Erin 1111: 68 Bankston, Donna 1101: 91, 277. 207 Bantz, Stephen 1121: 34 Barber, Todd 1101: 91 Barefield, Wayne 1121: 9, 190. 191,1B9,188,1B7,280,14. 194, 245, 185, 241, 19 Barfield, Victoria 1101: 91 Bargmann, Bryant 1091: 114, 292 Barker, Amy 1121: 285, 327, 329, 263, 19 Barker, Thomas 1091: 114, 277, 173, 172 Barnabei, Elise 1101: Barnard, Mary 1121: 348, 349, 19 Barnes, Michael 1091: 114 Barrera, Andrew 1101: 91 Barrera, Cindy 1091: 115 Barrera, 1oe1111:68, 152 Barrera, Patrick 1121: 351, 19 Barrientes, Lisa 1111: 68, 333, 339 Barrientes, Paul 1101: 91 Barringer, Kirk 1111: 68, 210 Barrow, Melissa 1111: 68, 178 Baggay, Kimberly 1091: 115, 260, 1 Bartay, Paula 1101: 91 Barton, Richard 1101: 91 Bates, Sheri 1091: 115 Battalora, lackie 110: 91, 205, 65 Battey, Earl 1121: 344, 19 Battles, Lashon 1121: Baugh, Troy 10911 115 Baumann, Yvonne 1091: 115 Bawel, Brandon 1121: 19 Bay, Darrell 1111: 68 Bay, Michael 1091: 115 Bayer, Cameron 1121: 19 Bazar, Corinne 1121: 280,169, 20 Bazar, Dion 1111: 68 Beadle, Loren 1121: 227, 285, 296, 20 Beam, Mark 1101: 93, 137 Beams, Brenda 1111: 68, 292, 290, 280, 327 Beaver, David 1091: 115 Beaver, Walter 1091: 115 Beck, loycelyn 1101: 91 Bednar, Russell1101:91, 322 Bednorz, Douglas 1121: 20 Behrend, Cathie1111: Belcher, Regan 1121: 292, 291. Z0 Bellis, Tiffany 1091: 115, 277, 260 Beltran, Raul 1111: 68, 338 Benvides, 10 Ann 1091: 115 Benavides, Robert 1111: 68 Benavides, Rolando 1121: 212. 214, 210, 20 Benhardt, Taunya 1101: 91 Benitez, Damian 1121: Benitez, Veronica 1091: 115 Bennett, Christopher 1101: 91, 221 Bennett, Marsha 1091: 115 Berger, Gary 1101: 91 Berger, Genevieve 1091: 115. 256 Bernal, Deborah 1091: 115 Bernal, Irene 1121: Bernal, 1oe 1111: 68 Bernal, Patsy 1101: Bernal, Raquel 1101: Bernha rdt, Sally 1121: 327, 263. 20 Berrelez,1esse1091: 115 Beyer, Kevin 1101: 91 Beyer, Sally 1101: 260 Bianchi, Alicia 1121: 280, 16, 328, 326, 319, 264, 20 Bianchi, Brian 1101: 91, 277, 86. 193 Bielstein, Chris 1101: 91, 152 Bigelow, Susan 1101: 91, 84, 277, 327, 260, 262, 296 Billo, Alisa 11011 91 Birmingham, Daniel 1121: 20 Bishop, Amy 1091: 115, 277, 319. 261 Black, Michael 1091: 115 Blackburn, 1oe1121: 311. 20 Blake, Lana 1091: 115 Bland, Edward 1091: 115, 136 Bland, OtiS1111! 68 Blankenship, Tammy 1121: 381. 297, 296, 20 Blankenship, Tina 1111: 68 Blanton, Bradley 1111: 68, 343 Bleier, Bobby 1101: 91 Bleier, Ellette1111: 68, 292 Bleier, Kevin 1121: 292, 291,20 Bluhm, Bernadette 1121: 341, 20 Bluhm, David 1111: 69 Bluhm, Lisa 1091: 115 Blundell, Matthew 1111: 69, 355 Bly, Tammy 1101: 91 Boehl, Dwaine1121: Boehl, 1eanine 1121: 20 Boerner, Denise 1091: 115 Bohack, Diana 1121: 349, 20 Boldt, Charles 1111: 69, 353 Boldt, Chris1111: 69 Bolling, Brett 1111: 69 Bomba, Lisa 1101: 91, 292 Booth, 1anel 1111: 69 Borden, Anna 1091: 115 Borden. 1oseph 1121: 351 Borden, Robert 1111: 69 Bosier, Terri 1111: 69 Botello, Barbara 1121: 20 Boucher, 1ames1091: 115 Bourland, Richard 1091 115 Bourland, William 1101: 91 Bowen, Amanda 1101: 91 Bowen, Tammy 1091: 115 Bowers, Kim 1101: 277 Bowser, Tracey 1101: 91, 292. 290, 276, 277 Branch, William 1091: 115, 210 153 Branecky, Lynn 1121: 159, 327. 296, 20 Brannan, 1anett1111:69, 306, 259, 309 Branson, Stephen 1101: Brasfield, Linda 1091: Breaux, Rhonda 1111: 243, 296 Breaux, Selena 1091: Brewer, Carolyn 1111: 343 Brewer, Susan 1111: 319,296 Bridges, Donna 1101: Briggs, Robert 1101: 174, 175, 12 Brigham, Ricki1101: 193, 192 Bright, Laura 1101: 224 Bright, Richard 1121: 161. 20 Brinkmann, Kristina 1111: Brogger, Sheila 1121: 20 Brooks, Paula 1091: Broome, 1ames1111: 174. 175 Brosch, Cindy 11211 349, 20 Brown, Alonea 1101: Brown, Bobby 1121: 20 Brown, David 1111: Brown, Dee 1091: Brown, Edna 1121: Brown, Eilizabeth1091: 261 Brown, Gerald 1111: Brown, 1et 1101: 85, 87, 88, 152 Brown, 1oe 1111: 69 Borwn, Kevin 1091:115 Brown, R. Lee 1111: 69 Brown, Leroy 1101: 91, 137 Brown, Reeva 1101: 91 Brown, Robert 1101: 92 Brown, Ross1121: Z1 Brown, Terry 1091: 115 Brown, Tonja 1101: 92 W Brown, Troy 1091: 115 1 1 Brown Walter 1101 Brown'ng, Rhonda 1101: 92, 32 296 . Bruns, Lori Ann 1111: 69, 380 Brush, Lisa 1101: 92 1 Bryarly,1uliana1091: 115, 173,' 172 Brzozowske, 1ustine1101: 92 Buch, Tammy 1121: Buckert, Mike 1111: 69 3 Buckner, Lillie 1111: 69, 197, zl Bues, Pam 1101: 261 1 Buesing, Lawrence 1121: 21 l Buhler, Madeline 1111: 70 Buhler, Michael 1091: 116 Buhler, Patrick 1111: 320 Bullard, Sandra 11211 344, 21 Burger, Darryl 1101: 92. 152 Burger, Diane 1111: 70, 346, 34 Burgos, Deborah 1111: 92, 330, 319 Burgos, Edward 1111: 70, 338 Burnett, David 1101: Burns, Alysia 1111: 70, 201 Burns, Denaee1121: 285, 327, I Burns, Marilyn 1121: Burr, Reginald 1121: Burriss, Samuel 1121: 151, 152, 21 Burriss, Susan 1111: 70,336 Bush, Catherine 1111: 225, 70. 268, 269, 270, 271, 224, 272, 273, 275 Bustamente, Cynthia 1111: 70, 346, 347, 330 Butter, 1erald1111: 70 Buxkemper, Tracy 1101: 92, 28 Buzek, Lisa 1101: 92, 261 Bwes, Pam 1101: 92 Byrnes, Elizabeth 1091: 116, 27 Caka, Matthew 1091: 116 1 1 Brown, Brian 1121: 285, 21 1 l A Caka, Michael 1121: 21 Calaway,1amie1101:92,277, 224 Calhoun, Harold 1091: 116 Calhoun, Regina 1111: 70 Callaway, Doug 1091: 116, 136 Camara, Gracie 1101: 92 Camp, Iennings 1121: 381, 21 Canal, Pedro 1121: 245, 382, 378, 265, 263, 21 Canales, Gilbert 1101: 92, 352 Canas, Adrian 1111: 70, 330, 332 Canas, Gloria 1091: 116, 330 Canchola, Mary 1091: 116, 330 Cancino, Daniel 1101: 92, 137, 210 !Cancino, Mark 1091: 116, 109 Cano, Billy1111: 70 iCano, Connie 110: 92, 256 Cano, Ernest 1101: 92 Cano, Gilbert 1091: 116 Cano, Gloria 1091: 116 Cano, jeanette 1111: 70 Cano, Martin1111: 70,210 Cano, Shelly 11211 9, 330, 332, 319, 348, 349, 21 Cano, Toni 1091: 116,292 Cano, Vivian 1121: 292, 21 Cantu, Adam 1091: 116 antu, Carlos 1101: 92 antu, Mark 1091: 92 Cnatu, Martha 1111: 70 antu, Ray 1101: 92 antu, Rose 1091: 116 antu, Sarah 1091: 116 apistran, Lisa 1101: 92, 296 arbajal, David 1111: 70, 292, 290, 291 arba1al,Rolanda1091:116 arbett, lanellez 277 ardenas, Elana 1121: 22 arlile,1ohn1101:92,Z77 arlsson, Maria 1121: 285, 245, 308, 378, 317 arroll, 1eff1121: 280, 22 arroll, Rhonda 1091: 116 arroll, Steven 1101: 92 arson, Christopher 1101: 292 Iarson, Rhonda 1091: 116,292 arter, Karrie1101: 92 arter, 1effrey1101:92, 137 arter, Mary 1101: 70, 92 asarez, Sandy 1111: 70, 344 asarez, Suzanne 1091: 116 asey, David 1101: 92 asey, Susan 1111: 70, 346, 347 ash, Leslie 1111: 70, 285 asper, Karen 1 1: 326 astellano, Benito 1111: 70 asteelano, Gabriel 1101: 92 astellanos, Alice 1091: 116, 330 asrillo, Cynthia 1111: 70 'astillo, Federico 1091: 116 astillo, Lucinda 1091: 116 astillo, Reynaldo1091: 116 Eastillo, Virginia 1101: 92 aastillo, Wayne 1101: 92 Eastrejon, Stephanie 1101: 92 Castro, Stephan 1101: aswell, Scott 1101: 92 ates, Mary 1091: atron, Kenneth 1111: 70, 343 ilavaios, Albert 1101: 92 i'avazos, Diana 1091: 116 avzos, Margaret 1091: 116 avazos, Michael 1101: 92 "avazos, Rebecca 1101: 92 ilavazos, Sammy 1111: 70 iavazos, Richard 1101: 92, 137 llavazos, Thelma 1101: 92 Caveins, Chris 1101: 92 fhacka, Man1o91:136 Iacon, Rubina 1111: 40 Ihambard, Lisa 1121: 22 Ihambers, DeWayne1121: Ihance, Holly 1121: 22, 292 Zhance, Karen 1121: 338, 339, 22 lhanek, Sharon 1101: 92 Ihapa,1ohn1091:116 lhase, Laura 1101: 93 Zhavarria, Daniel 1101: 93 lhavarria, Lisa 1121: 348, 349 lhavez, Diana 1091: lhavez, Ernest 1111: 70 Zhavez, Gilbert 1091: 116 Chavez, Sarah 1101: 93 Cheatham, Alice 1091: 116, 292 Chetkovich, Dane 1091: 116, 292, 277 Chinowith, Billy 1121: 22 Cisneros, Francis 1101: 93 Clark, Christy 1101: 93 Clark, Darla 1121: 344, 345, 22 Clark, Stacie 1091: 116 Clark, Tracie 1091: 116,136 Clausius,1effrey1121:158.163, 22 Clausius, Lori 1101: 93 Clement, Timothy 1101: 93, 292, 290,291 Cleveland, Martha 1111: 70 Cliffe, Carla 1101: 93, 277, 296 Coalter, Charles 1101: 70, 292, 291 Coffman, Kevin 1111: 70, 140, 214, 152 Cohen, Elisabeth 1121: Cole, 1ulie1121:280, 309, 22, 34 Cole, Mark 1111: 70, 152 Coleman, Cooper 1101: 93 Coles, Art 1101: 93, 137 Collins, Michelle 1091: 116 Conaway, Maureen 1111: 239, 280, 248, 327, 205, 197, 201 Conaway, Scott 1111: 70, 292 Conchola, Marty 1111: 70 Conkey, Andrew 1121: 22 Conner, Lindy 1101: 93. 137 Connor, Ora 1091: 116 Consley, Michael 1111: 70, 193 Conti, 1ames1111: 70 Conti, Stephanie 1091: 116 Contreras, Praiedio1091: 116 Conway, Kim 1111: 70, 270 Conway, Ryan 1101: 93 I Cook, April 1121: 226, 151, 288, 289, 22, 33 Cook, Billy 1101: 93 Cook, Laura 1091: 116, 133, 267 Cook, Robin 1091: 116 Coon, Yvonne 1111: 70, 258, 318, 319, 296 Cooper, Deana 1121: 285, 22 Dooper, Lisa 1111: 70, 341 Cope, Michelle 1091: Copeland, Robin 1101: 93, 94 Copeland, Deborah 1121: 22 Copeland, Ginger 1121: 305, 306, 246, 4, 285, 22, 31 Copenhaver, Wendy 1091: 93 Coppedge, Tracy 1091: 117 Corbett, 1eanelle1091: 93 Corbin, Mike: 353 Corley, Michael 1101: 93, 137 Corley, Michele 1091: 117 Coronado, Frank 1111: 70 Coronado, Micahel1091: 117 Coronado, Policarpo1111: 70 Correll, Kecia1111: 70, 346, 347 Cortinas, Donald 1121: 343, 22 Cox, David 1091: 117 Cox, Denise 1091: 117 Cox, Lisa 1121: 22 Cox, Robert 1111: 70 Cox, Sheree1121:22 Crane, David 1111: 70 Craven, Lisa 1091: 117 Crawford, Darren 1121: 145, 152,22 Crenshaw, Patrick 1091: 117, 172 Crenshaw, William 1101: 93 Cribb,Linda1121:za5, 296, 22 Crider, Karen 1101: Crider, Michael 1121: 23 Crider, Missey 1101: 93 Crisp, Darla 1101: 93, 277, 327, 261 Cruz, Norma Cuellar Margo 1121123 Cuellar, Robert 1091: 136 Cummings, Gregory 1111: 70, 174, 175 Cummings, Lance 1091: 117, 136, 221 Curiel, Michael 1091: 117 Curl, Kim 1121: 303, 23, 34 Curnette, Bobby 1091: 117 Curry, Betty 1101: 93 Curry, Debra 1101: Curry, Timothy 1121: 338, 23 Curtis, Robert 1111: 70 Curton, Donald 1101: 93, 292, 277 -D- Daigle, Lisa 1091: 93 Dale, Betty 1091: 117 Dale, Donna 1091: 117 Danna, Terri 1091: 117, 261 Dao, Huy 1101: Davenport, Terri 1111: 70 Davila, Debra 1091: 1 17 Davial, Dora 1101: 94, 330 Davila, 1ohn 1121: 330, 210 Davial, Luther 1101: 94 Davis, Chris 1121: 292, 290, 291, 382, 23 Davis, Curtis, 1101: 94 Davis, Darlene 1121: 23 Davis, Darlene 1121: Davis, Donald 1121123 Davis, Douglas1111: 70, 158 Davis, 1ohn1101: Davis, Kathryn 1111: 70, 280, 62, 243, 327, 318, 319, 297, 296 Davis, Laurie 1101: 94, 277 Davis, Mary 1101: 94, 261 Davis, Paul 1101: 94 Davis, Robert 1091: 117 Davis, Troy 1091: 117, 136 De Amaral, Gwyn 1111: 71, 323 De Atley, 1erry1111: 71, 227, 151, 85, 66, 152 Dechert, Robert 1121: 23 De Dear, Scott 1111: 71 De La Garza, Leslie 1091: 117 De La Paz, Christi 1091: De La Paz, Yvonne 1091: 117 De La Rosa, Marilyn 1091: 117 De Leon, Barbara 1101: De Leon, lose 1091: 117 De Leon, Susan Ann 1101: Del Fuego, Tierra 1121: Delgado, Mary lane: 277 Delgado, Yolanda 1091: 117 De Los Santos, Thomas 1101: 94, 292 De Los Santos, Andrew 1111: 71 Denison, Ianet 1111: 71, 330 Depine, Gina 1111: 71 Dermit, Mark 1121: 23 Derrickson, Katharine 1091: 117, 270, 271 Derrickson, Mike 1111: 275 Derrickson, Westly 10915 71 De Vos, 1effrey1111: 71 De Vos, Mark 1091: 118 Dial, Arthur 1121: 344, 345, 23 Diaz, Alicia 1091: Diaz, Leticia 1111: Diaz, Lisa 1101: 94 Dick, 1ames1091: 118 Dietzel, Lauree1091:118 Dillard, Troy 1101: 71 Dollery, Carlton 1091: 118 Dollery, Tessia Ann 1121: 319, 350, 23 Domann, Constance 1121: 12, 259, 24 Domann, Debbie 1101: 94 Dominguez, David 1121: Dominguez, Diana 1111: 71, 256 Dominguez, Susan 1091: 118, 261 Donnell, Stephanie 1121: 341 Donnell, Susan 1091: 118 Dorsett,1ames1121: 150, 215, 210, 152, 21, 24 Doughtie, Gay1101: 94 Dowler, Debra 1121: 24 Drake, Iohn 1111: 71, 338 Drazic, George 1121: 9, 280, 316, 317, 24 Dronet, Michelle 1121: 306, 246, 5, 24, 31 Drost, 1effrey1111: 71, 191,188 Drost, Lonnie 1111: 71 Duderstadt, Cheryl 1121: 343, 24 Duderstadt, Susan 1101: Duelberg, Donna 1111: 71 Duelberg, Steven 1101: 94 Dufour, Carol 1091: 118, 277, 326 Duke, Randy 1121: 292, 311, 310, 327 Dum, Sharon 1121: 226, 12, 285, 311, 24 Dunglinson,1oy1111:71,292, 304, 306, 246, 4, 285,31 Durr, David 1111: 71 Durr, Michael 1101: 94 Dutcher, lulia 11211292 290, 291, 280, 24 Dvorak, Dorothy 1121: 24 Dworaczyk, lacob 1101: 94 -E- Easley, Donna 1121: 285, 24 Easley, Todd 1111: 71, 350 East, 1ill1121: 231, 59, 316, 317, 24 East, Kathy 1101: 94, 292, 291, 277, 3, 28, 327 East, Sharla 1101: East, Shelley 1111: 71, 329 Eastman, Cheryl 1111: 71, 292 Eaton, lim 1111: 71 Ebert, Tammy 1121: 24 Edge, Bruce 1091: 118 Edwards, Tammy 1101: 94 Edwards, Yolanda 1111: 71, 178, 179 Ehrett, Christie 1101: 327, 319 Ehren, Mary 1101: 94,279,277 Eichman, Cheryl 1111: 71,281 Einkauf, Carol 1111: 71, 286, 327, 296 El-Mahmoudi, Hani1111: 170, 314 El-Mahmoudi, Rami 1121: 254, 9. 280, 281, 7, 16, 254 Elam, Frank 1121: 24 Elder, 1ason1111:71, 150, 243, 152 Eller, Dawn 1101: 94, 261 Emmons, Greg 1101: 94, 92, 292 Emmons, 1eff1111: 71, 323, 343 English, Elroy1101: 94 English, Leroy 1101: 94, 87 Enriquez, 1anie1101: 95 Epley, Gregg1121: 25 Erdelt, Tina 1091: 118 Erickson, Michael 1 1121: Ernst, Terri 1091: 118, 277, 285, 318. 261 Ernst, Traci 1101: 94, 296 Erskine, Pat 1121: 190, 191, 189, 182, 183, 25 Escglante, Guadalupe 1121: 292 2 Escalante, Louise 1101: 94, 277, 327, 256, 255 Escalona, Manuel 1101: 94 Escalona, Sally 1121: Z5 Eschenburg, Keith "'121: 292, 290, 291, 285, 25 Eschenburg, Yvonne 1101: 94, 292, 290, 285 Espinosa, Fermin 1121: 25 Espinoza, Abel 1091: 118 Espinoza, 1esse1091:118 Espinoza, Noel 1101: 94 Estrade, Alex 1091: 118 Esterak, Debbie 1111: 71, 292, 290. 285 Etzler, Gwendolyn 1121: 281, 259, 25 Eubanks, Blaine 1121: 25 Eubanks, Terry 1121: Eubanks, Traci 1121: 25 Euler, Kendall 1091: 118 Evans, Louisa 1091: 118,277 Evans, Terry 1121: 25 Ewing, Donna 1101: 94 -12, Fahey, lay 1091: Faj kus, Ronnie 1091: 118, 292, 277 Faltysek, Dale 1111: 71 Faltysek, Robert 1121: 306, 4, 311,25 Farias, Kathy 1121: 311, 310, 25, 31 Farmer, Tammy 1121: 344, 306, 246, 4, 25, 31 Farnsworth, Chris 110: 94 Farrior, Dana 1111: 71, 344 Farris, Terry 1121: 25 Faulkenberry, Marilyn 1121: 25 Feldpaush,1ennit'er1101:94, 277, 294 Felux, Shelley 1121: 238, 9, 280, 283, 306, 277, 326, 224, 309, 272, 273, 275, 25, 33 Felux, Steven 1101: 94, 193 Fernandez, Lori 1101: 94 Fields, Iohn 1091:118 Figueroa, Debra 1101: 94, 292, 256 Figueroa, 1oe1111: 72 Fishbeck, 1ohn 1091: 72, 343 Fishbeck, Troy 1111: 118, 292, 277 Fishbeck, Kenneth 1101: 94 Fisher, Corbit1091: 118 Fitzgerald, Keli1101: 94 Fitzgerald, Shannon 1121: 304, 306, 246, 4, 313, 25, 31 Fitzhenry, Gay1111: 226, 72, 328, 63, 64, 326 Fletchar, Mark 1121: 25 Flores, Adrian 1101: 94, 292 Flores, Carlos 1121: Flores, Gerald 1101: 94 Flores, Henry 1121: Z5 Flores, 1anet1101: 94 Flores, Lupe 1091: 118 Flores, Mary 1121: 337, 25 Flores, Penelope 1111: Flores, Robert 1091: 118 Flores, Rosanna 1101: 94 Flores, Sammy 1121: 143, 147, 149, 150, 213, 217, 214, 210, 152, 342, 26 Flowers, Tammy: 349 Fontaine, Kim 1091: 118 Fontaine, Tim 1101: 94 Ford, Anne 1111: 71 Ford, Douglas 1121: 343, 26 Forman, Angelia 1091 Forman, Chyanne 1101: 94 Forman, Renelle1091: 118, 256 Fossati, Amy 1101: 94, 296 Foster, Ioe 1101: 94 Fowler, Ellen 1091: 114, 118, 266, 267, 277, 108, 319, 261 Fox, Brian 1121: 191, 26 Fox, Darren 1121: 147, 149, 226, 216, 210, 152, 26 Frame, Melanie 1101: Franke, Curtis 1121 Franke, Elizabeth 1091: 119 Franklin, Cassandra 1091: 119 Franklin, Deith A. 1101: 94 Franklin, Walter 1121: 26 Frankson, Sharon 1111: 72 Franz, Kirk 1111: 72,323 Franz, Susan 1111: 72 Fredericks, Keith 1121: 26 Freeman, Kathaleen: 172 Freeman, Margaret 1091: 119 Freeman, Patrick 1111: 72 Friedel, Curtis1111: 72, 193 Friedel, Ronald 1121: 26 Frisbee, Candy 1121: 26 Frolick, Lory 1101 Fritzinger, 1ames1121: 26 Fritzinger, Kenneth 1121: 26 Frost, David 1111: 72, 63, 65, 152 Fuentes, Elias 1091: 119 Fuentez, Ioe1091: 119 Fuentez, Ray 1111: 72 Fumbanks, David 1121: 72 Fuqua, Felicia 1121: 281, 290, 292, 285, 26 Furr,1im1121: 142, 249, 250, 245, 296, 152, 26 Furr, Kimberly 1101: 94, 267,327 Furr, Toia1091: 1 19 -G- Gadsden, Lydia 1091: 119 Galloway, Natalie 1101: 95 Galvan, Albert 1091: 119, 136 Galvan,1anie1091:119 Galvan,1effery11017:Galvan, San 1uanita1091 index X 427 Garcia, Annie 1091: 119 Garcia, Elizabeth 1121: 26 Garcia, Mario 1111: 73 Gonzales, Gloria 1101: 96 Holden, Connie 1121: 337, 31 lonckers, Suzanne 1101: 97 Gibson, 1ohn 1121: 27 Gilbert 428 f index Gamez, Kina 1111: 72, 339 Gann,Darron1101 Gant, Ronald 1111: 72, 217, 211, 214, 210 Cant, Tony 1091: 119, 136 Garcia. Garcia. 26 Garcia. David 1101: 95 Deborah, 1121: 292, 338, Elsa 11211 226, 14, 15. 296, 23, 26 Garcia, Eunics1111: 72 Garcia, Glenda 1121 Garcia, Ida 1111: 72, 330 Garcia, Irma 1111: 72, 331 Garcia, 1erry1091: 119 Garcia, 1oAnn1121:26 Garcia, 1oe1121: 152, 26 Garcia, 1ohn 1111: 72, 210, 26 Garcia, Iohn 1121: 72 Garcia, Manuel 1101 Garcia, Manuel 1111: 72 Garcia. Maria 1111: 26 Garcia, Matha1101 Garcia, Mary 1091: 119, 261 Garcia. Garcia. Garcia. Mary 1111: 73 Nancy 1121: 338, 26 Norma 1101: 95, 292 Garcia, Orlando 1101: 95, 85, 221 Garcia, Garcia. Garcia. Garcia. Patricia 1101: 95 Richard 1091: 119, 136 Richard 1121: 344, 27 Rose 1121 Garcia, Sara 1101: 95 Garcia, Senovio1091: 119 Garcia, Susan 1091: 119 Garcia, Teresa 1111: 73, 338 Garcia, Victor 1111: 73 Garcia, Virginia 1121: 27 Garland, DeeAnn 1111: 73, 304. 306, 246, 4, 31 Garley. Garley, Annie1111: 73 lris1091 Gilson, Gay 1091: 119, 277 Giron, Greg 1091: 119 Gleinser, Steve 1121: 28 Glocar, Robert 1101: 96 Godsey,1ohn1121:28 Godwin, Troy 1091: 119 Gohn, Andy 1121: 28 Gohn, Melodie1101:96,277, 327 . 296 Gohn, Richard 1101 Gutierrez, Corinne 1121: 29 Gutierrez, David 1101: 96 Gutierrez, Frank 1111: 74 Gutierrez, Robert 1111: 74 Gutierrez, Ruben 1091: 120, 136 -H- Golden, Clay 1111: 73 Goldsmith, Anna 1111: 73 Goldsmith, Raymond 1101: 96, 292 Gomez, Alfredo 1111: 73, 158, 161 Gomez, Cynthia 1121: 28 Gomez, Daniel 1111: 73 Gomez, Elsa 1101: 96 Gomez, Freddy 1121: 28 Gomez, Greg 1111: 73, 153 Gomez. Guiller1111: 73, 331 Gomez, 1oel1111: 73, 292 Gomez, Monica 1091: 119 Gomez .Shelley 1091: 119 Gonzales, Chris 1121: 350, 28 Gonzales. Gonzales, Gonzales. Demelrio1111: 73 Esther: 277 Eunice 11 Z1: 28 Gonzales, Irma 1091: 119 Gonzales, 1ohn 1111: 73 Gonzales, 1uanita1121:337.28 Gonzales, Gonzales. Gonzales. Leonard 1091: 119 Mark 1111: 73 Maria 1091: 120, 292 Gonzales, Matthew 1111: 73, 152 Gonzales, Melinda 1121: 338 Gonzales, Michael 1111: 73, 147, Haas, Eddie 1121: 383, 29 Haas, Rudy 1121: 29 Hackbarth, Cecilia t11l: 74, 345 Hadley, Buford 1111: 153 Hadley, Charles 1091: 120 Hadley, Gary1091: 120 Hadley, 1ohn1 1: 277 Hahn, 1anice1121:327, 29 Hairell, 1ohnny1091: 120 Hajek, Neal 1091: 120 Hall, Bill 1121: 29 Hall, Larry 1101: 96 Hamilton, David 1091: 120 Hamiltin,Gregg1101: 96,323 Hamilton Hamilton ,1ill1o91:12n,277 .1ulie1111:74 Hamilton, Kimberly 1111: 74, 345 Hamman, Leann 1111: 74, 354 148, 152 Gonzales, Olga 1101: 96 Gonzales, Randall 1091: 119 Gonzales, Rebecca 1091 Gonzales, Sylvia 1101: 96 Gonzales, Vincent 1121: 28 Gonzalez, Alma 1121: 28 Graner, Keith 1111: 73, 152 Garner, Sharon 1111: 73, 255 Garrett, Tami 1121: 285, 168. 169,27 Garvin, Shelly 1111: 73 Gonzalez. Gonzalez. Pam 1101: 96 Ricardo 1121: 308, 34 Goode, Carolyn 1111: 73, 165, 207 Hammond, Peggy 1111: 74, 345 Hand, 1ohn1091 Hand, Suzanne 1121 Haney, Dinah 1101: 96 Hanke, Karen 1111: 74 Harabis, Felicia 1091: 120 Hardcastle, Shana 1101: 277 Hardegree, Rodney 1101: 92, 96. 292,277 Hardin, Callan 1111: 74, 63 Hardin, Randall 1101: 96, 323 Hardit, Brenda 1111 Hardy, Michelle 1121: 29 Hargrave,Raimond1091:120 Harlan, Kim 1101: 96, 277, 327. 201 170 Henry, Phillip 1091: 121 Herbold, Bridgette 1091: 121, 292 Herbst, Frank 1101: 221 Herbst, Karen 1111: 74, 341 Herman, Cheryl 1121: 281, 30 Herman, 1anet1101: 96, 277 Herman, 1oni1121: 224, 273, 275, 30 Hernandes, Mary 1091: 121 Hernandes, Richard 1091:121 Hernandez, Carolyn 1101: 74, 336 Hernandez, Cindy 1121 Hernandez, Dennis 1121: 30 Hernandez, Leopold 1111: 74 Hernandez. Marie 1101: 96 Hernandez, Michael 1121: 212. 214, 215, 210, 152. 30 Hernandez, Phillip 1111 Hernandez, Santos 1101: 96 Hernandez, Sarah 1091: 121 Herdon, Robert 1121: 30 Herrera, Annabel 1091: 121 Herrera, Maribel1101: 96 Herrschaft, Timothy 1101: 96 Hessler, 1ennifer1121: 30 Hessler, Melissa 1121: 285. 30 Hessler, Russell 1101: Hetrick, Laura 1091: 121 Hewett, Albert 1091: 121 Hicks, Angela 1111: 74 Hicks, Ieffery1111 Hicks, 1ennifer1091:121 Hicks, Vanessa1091: 121. 129 Hildebrandt, Dale 1091 Hill, David 1121: 121, 30 Hill, Deborah 1121: 343, 30 Hill, Elizabeth 1091: 116, 121. Huff, Elousie1111: 74, 255, 207, 201 Huffmaster, Tammy 1091: 121 Huffmaster, Troy 1111: 74, 212. 216, 217, 214, 210 , Hulsey, Angela 1111: 74 Hultquist, Melissa1091: 121, 277, Humphreys, David 1101 Humphreys, Kathleen 1091: 121 Hunt, leffery 1091: 121, 292, 277 Hunt, Mike 1121: 69 Huslage, Hubert 1101: 97 Hyak, Ioan 1101: 97, 285 Hynes, Kenneth 1091: 121 Huyquierdo,1oyce1091:121 1 -1- 1 Immenhauser, Lori 1101: 97 l Immenhauser, Steven 1091: 121,1 277 lngvalson, Laura 1091: 121, 249 ' Isham, Lori 1091: 122 l Ivicic, Laura 1111: 74, 339 1ack, Allen 1091: 122, 221 1ackson, Charles 1111: 74 ' 1ackson, Charles 1121: 281, 31 ' 1ackson, David 1091: 122 Iacks. ', Denise 1101:97 I 1ackson, Michelle 1111: 74, 256 1 1ackson, Olivia 1091: 122 1ackson, Sylvester 1101: 97, 137 l 277, 319 lacobs erilyn1091 122,277 Harris Harris Harris 296 Garza, Alfred 1091: 119, 136,221 Garza, Catherine 1121: 258, 319, 27 Garza, Daniel1121: 27 Gaeza, Diana 1091: 119 Garza, Eve 1111: 73 Garza,1esse1091:95 Garza, 1oe lll1091: 119, 136 Garza, Garza. Garza, Garza. Garza, Garza, Graza. Garza. Garza. Garza. Garza, 1ohn1091:119 1ulian 1111: 73 Marcus 1101: 95 Michael 1091: 119 Nancy 1111: 73, 331, 332 Noe 1101: 95, se Ray 1091: 119 Ronnie 1101: 95 Rose M. 1121: 331, 27 Rose 1111: 73,281 Santiago 1091: 119 Gaskin, Kevin 1111: 73 Gaskin ,Stephen 1101: 95 Gauna, Theresa 1101: 96, 255 Gauntt 292 ,1onathan1101:96,290, Gauntt, Ron 1101: 96 Goode, 1ames1101: 96 Goode, Raymond 1111: 73 Goodman, Carol 1111: 73, 319, 201 Gorce, Lance 1101: 96 Gordon, Lori 1121: 292, 327 Gossett, Carl 1101: 96 Grady, Peter 1101: 96 Harrison. Harrison. Harrison. Harrison, Harris. ,Kathy 1111: 345 ,Tom 1101: 96 ,Tracy 1111: 74, 243, 327, Dalen1121:29 Bryan 1111: 74 1immy1121: 343, 29 1ohn1121: 291, 292,29 Kevin 1091: 120, 292 Harsch, Vikki 10911 120 Hartley, Amando 1091: 120, 277 Hartley, Timothy 1121: 252. 292. 252, 29 Grahmann, Christopher 1101: 96 Grahmann, Edwin 1091: 120 Grahmann, Mary 1101: 96, 28 Grahmann, Mary 1121: 344, 256 Grahmann, Teresa 11011 96 Gras, Kristy 1121: 29 Graves, Glenn 1121: 182, 183. Hartman, Hartman. 292 Hartman, Hartman Dale 1111: 74 David 1111: 74, 139. Maria 1091: 120 Robin 1111: 74, 346. 347, 256, 257 187, 188, 191 Graves, Sherry 1111: 73, 281, 327 Green. Green. 29 Green. Green. Cathy 1111: 73 Darlene 1121: 348, 349. Lance 1121: 29 Pamela 1091 Gee, Greg 1091: 119, 292, 172 George, Evans 1091: 119, 131. 292, 277, 113, 342 Gerdes, Debra 1111: 73 Gerhold, Chris 1101: 96, 323, 84, 277, 193 Gerick, Mark 1091: 119, 136, 152 Gerick, Michael 1111: 73 Getz, Sharilyn 1101: 96, 292, 327, 261 Gibson, Bernell1121:27 Gibson Gibson Gibson ,Keith 1121: ass ,William 1091: 119 .Vanessa 1121: 27 Gilbert, Barbara 1091: 119 ,Connie 1121: 27 Gill, Monica 1121: 281, 27 Gillespie, Bryan 1121: 27 Gillespie, Randall 1101: 96 Green, Patricia 1101: 96 Greenday, Michael 1121: 29 Greenhill, Kenneth 1121: 29 Greer, Glenda 1111: 243, 296 Greer, William 1101: 96, 290. 291, 292, 277 Gregurek, Mark 1091: 128 Grieder, Laura 1121: 296, 29 Grones, Dana 1111: 306, 326. 308,296 Guajardo, Carol 1101: 96, 331 Guajardo,Iohn1121 Guajardo, Lisa 1121: 292, Z9 Guaiardo, Melissa 1101: 96, 256 Guaiardo, Michael 1111: 73, 292 Guaiardo, Ray 1091: 120, 292 Guana, Theresa: 256 Guelker, Tonya 1101: 96, 285 Guerra, Michelle 1091: 120 Guerra, Sandra1111: 74,331 Guice,1ennifer1111: 74, 338 Gulley, Randolph 1091: 120 Guterrez, Ernest 1121: 29 Gutierrez, Barbara 1101: 96 Harvey, Elliott 1091: 120, 136 Harvey, Robin 1111 Haschke, Stacey 1091: 120 Hasty, Rebecca 1091: 120, 290, 292. 277,276 Hawes, Michael 1091: 120 Hawk, Deborah 1121: 29 Hawkins, Clifford 1091: 120, 136 Hawkins, Dan 1121: 292, 29 Hawkins, 1eanette1091: 121 Hawkins, Io Ann 1111: 74, 343 Hawkins, Patty 1121: 281, 283. 380, 285, 296, 30 Haynes, Sean 1101 Head, Rita 1121: 344, 30 Heaton, Marta 1121: 348, 349, 30 Heaton, Sandra 1101: 96, 261 Hebrt, Alvin 1101 Heinhold, Monica 1121: 281. 292,285.30 Heinrich, Robert 1121: 182, 183. 186, 188, 191, 323, 381, 326, Hill, Kathryn 1101: 96 Hiller, Kimberly 1111: 74, 231, 204 Hiller, Rhonda 1091: 121 Hilliard,Alvis1091:121 Hinojosa, Evelyn 1121: 30 Hinoiosa, Norma 1101: 96 Hirsch, Greg 1101: 121 Hirsch, Paula 1111: 74, 281, 285 Hirsch, Teresa 1121: 281, 285, 327,30 Hlavaly, Michelle 1091: 121, 136 Hodge, Kristen 1101: 96, 277, 171, 170 Hodges, Stephen 1091: 121 Hoffman, Daniel 1101: 96 Hohlt, William 1111: 74 Holcomb, Ronnie1091:121 Holcombe, Russell 1091: 121, 292 Holeman, Laurie 1091: 121 Holladay, Shields 1101 Holland, Lang 1101: 97 Holliday, Diana 1121: 281, 284. 31 Hollaway, Billy 1111: 74 Holladay, Tony 1101: 97 Holloway, Randy1 1: 268. 269, 270, 275 Holmberg, Brad 1111: 74 Holub, Michael 1101: 97 Honeycutt, Douglas 1111: 74 Hopkins, Cara 1111: 74 Horadom, Kim 1101: 97 Hougham, David 1121 Howard, Robert 1091: 121 Howard, Troyleen 1121: 31 Howell, Stephen 1101: 97, 292 Howes, Glenda 1111: 74, 344 . l 1 lacobs. Kimberly 1091: 1acobs, Kimberly 1111: 74 lacobusse, Keith 1101: 97 Iahn, Timothy 1101: 97 lanak, Kenneth 1121: 281, 290, 291, 292, 248, 31 lanecka,1ill1111:74,306,327. 309, 312 Ianssen, Ann 1111: 74, 285, 327. 296 lanssen, 1ames1121: 225, 268, 269, 270, 271, 273, 275, 275. 31. 34 1anssen,1ana Beth 1111: 75, 292. 285 laramillo, Susan 1111: 75 Iaynes, Sherry 1111: 75 Ienkins, Bill 1121: 32 Ienkins, Dan 1101: 97 jenkins, Nancy 1111: 75, 328, 326, 168, 169 1enkinS, William 1121: 9, 7, 254, 280, 254, 169, 382 Iernigan, Denise 1111: 97, 277 1etton, Michele 1091: 122, 292, 277 limenez, Celina 1101: 97 limenez, Chris 1121: 32 lohanson, David 1121: 292, 281, 32 Iohanson, Phillip 1101: 97, 292 1ohns, Elizabeth 1121: 281, 32 Iohns, Christina 1101: 97, 279. 278 Iohns, Robert 1111: 75 lohnson, Brian 1091: 116, 122. 278, 209 lohnson, Carolyn 1111: 75 lohnson, Gina 1101: 97 1ohnson,Roger1101: 97 lohnson, Sheila 1111: 75,296 Hubena k, Phillip 1101: 97, 221 Hudson, 1etf1121: 31 Hudson,1ohn1121 Hudson Hudson . Patricia 1091 .Scott 1121: 31 184, 185, 30 Huebner, Lynly 1111: 74, 38, 309,296 lohnson, Thomas 1121: 323, 325, 282, 285, 169, 32 lohnson, Troy 1111: 75, 65 lohnston, Walter 1101: 97, 325. 278 Iones, Casey 1121: 32 Heiser,Andrew1091: 191,136 Heiser, Sharon 1121: 285, 326, 30 Helms, Rhoda 1121: 327, 30 Hendershot, Lisa 1111: 74 Henk, Billie 1121: 9, 254, 281. 254, 318, 320, 168,169, 30 Henley, Gilbert 1091: 121 Hennig, Lori 1121: 30, 34 Henry, Patricia 1101: 96, 277. Huehlefield, Kevin 1091: 121 Huerta. Huerta. Huerta, Daniel 1101: 97 Frank 1091: 121 Iohn 1101: 97 Huerta, Mary 1101: 97 lones lones lones lones, ,Conrad 1101: 97 .Dave 1111: 75 ,Patrick 1111: 25, 253 Steven 1111: 292, zso, 323, 248, 282, 426 Iones. Huerta, Rosanna 1101: 97 Hueulefelot, Kevin 1091: 136 Huff, Andrea 1121: 256, 257, 341 Thomas 11011 97 limes, Todd 1091: 122, 273, 219. 221 lordan, David 1121: 306, 246. 282, 5, 31, 32 ordan, Richard 1101: 97, 353 oslyn, Karen 1121: 32 untunen, Christi 1111: 75 untunen, Deborah 1111: 75 untunen, 1anet1091: 122 urica, Ginger 1091: 122 ustice, Reese 1101: 97 -K- acir, Cynthia 1121: 32 agler, Deeann1121: 285, 32 ahanek, Kerri 1091: 122 aigler, Mary 1111: 346, 347, 75, 292, 290 ainer, Edward 1091: 122, 278 almus, Cynthia 1121: 285, 32 almus, 1oe 1101: 97 ana, Pamela 1121: 32 ana, Stephen 1111: 75 arm, Cynthia 1111: aspar, Karen 1091: 122,266 eathley. Wendy 1121: 32 eel, Karen 1091: 122 een, Michael 1091: 122, 136 eenan. Gary 1091: 122 eith, Dwayne 1121: 306, 4, 311, 32, 34 Celler, Michelle 1101: Kelly, Dana 1111: 75, 292, 282, 327 elton, Shannon 1091: ennemer, Brian 1121: 32 erley, Larry 1111: 75, 350 ickendahl, Rhonda 1111: 75, 1 306, 246, 4, 285,31 Qihlelfel, Kent 1091: 122 Iilpatrick, Carolyn 1091: ilpatrick, Denise 1091: 122,278 Qincaid, Kim 1091: 122 Iimball, Curtis 1111: 75 ling, Charles 1111: 75, 146, 152 Iingery, Colleen 1101: 97 .itchens, Rita 1101: 97 1izer, Kandi 1091: tizer, Wendy 1101: llages, Carol 1091: 122 latt, Michael 1091: 122 leclta, Melissa 11212 268, 269, 270, 271, 282, 275, 273,32 lecka, Rudy 1101: 97, 270, 272, 273, 275 lein, Michelle 1091: 122, 278 lesel. Debra 1121: 285, 327, 32 line, Stefanie 1091: 122 loesel, Sherry 1101: 97, 169 lotzman, Sara 1111: 76, 243, 258, 259, 328, 326, 319 rgaibe, Greg 1111: 76, 323, 282, l ' ebel, Alicia 1121: 282, 327, az ight, Kevin 1101: 170 nipling, Elizabeth 1111: 76, 285 ipling, 1ames1121: 32 ipking, Valerie 1101: 97 ode. Kevin 1101: 98 ode, Robert 1111: 76 ch, Carl 1101: 98, 102, 323. 137, 221 Jehler, Brian 1101: 98 Jenig, Brian 1091: 122 Jenig,Calvin1091:122 Jenig, Dianne 1101: 98, 292, 261 Jenig,1ames1091: 122, 221 zenig, Michael 1111: 76 lenig, Sherry 1091: 122 ienning, Brandon 1091: 122 penning, Kevin 1101: 76 ienning, Ty: 220, 221 rhleffel, Kent 1091: 136 anarik,1ill1091:122, 126, 225, '278, 108, 273, 275 bnarik, Susan 1111: 76, 259 llncaba. Steve 1091: 122 :ause, Timothy 1091: 122 tause, 1ohnny1121: 32, 34 Eause, Linda 1101: Qs, 278, 327, 270, 272, 273, 275, 33 idler, Kimberly 1111: 76 idler, Tim 1091: 122 igr, Kathy 1111: 76, 258, 327, 6 Krog, Henry 1111: 76 Krueger, Lisa 1101: 98 Kubicek, Kelly 1101: 98 Kucera, Kimberly 1111: 76, 285 Kurzy, Ioan 1121: 292, 33 Kurzy, Michael 1101: 98, 292, 282 Kutchka, Charles 1111: 76,323 Kyser, Michelle 1091: 122 -L- LaGrega, loseph1121: 33 Ladner, Keith 1101: 98, 291, 292, 278 Laging, Lora 1101: 98 Lagrega, Lisa 1101: 98, 292 Lagrega, Nikki 1111: 76, 225, 268, 270, 271, 63, 65 Laird, Curt 1121: 33 Lam, Huong 1111: 76 Lam, Quan 1101: 98 Lambert, Lynette 1101: 98, 278 Lamprecht, Donna 1101: 98 Lane, Rebecca 1121: 326, 328, 314, 315, 33 Langham, Mary 1121: Langhofer, Stacy 1091: 122 Lanier, Steven 1111: 76, 306, 4, 31 1, 32 Larson, Melissa1121: 349, 33 Larza, Anette 1101: 98 Lassman, Larry 1091: 123 Leal, Melissa1091: 123,292 Ledet, Michelle 1111: 76, 150, 282, 296 Ledet, Winston 1091: 123, 278. 111 Lee, 1acqueline1091: 123,278 Lee, 1odi1121: 292, zas, as Lee, Pamela 1101: 98, 279, 278, 276 Lees, Ronald 1121: Lehnert, Marae1121: 280, 290, 291, 292, 327, 33 Leissner, Amy 1121: 225.254, 268, 269, 270, 282, 272, 273, 274, 275, 294, 33, 295 Leissner, Gregg1101: 98, 268, 270, 275 Leos, Richard 1121: 345, 33 Leos, Rolando 1101: 98 Leos, Rudy 1111: 76 Lerma,1ohn1091:123,136 Lepede, Carlos 1091: 123 Lesak, Darryl 1121: Lesak, Douglas 1101: Lesiker, Larry 1111: 76, 292, 214, 210, 152 Lev, Paula 1111: 76, 344 Lewis, Gina 1121: 285, 33 Lewis, Lisa 1111: 76, 305, 306, 246, 4, 31 Lewis, Randi 1111: 76, 81, 285 Liggell, Madelyn1111: 76, 356, 4 Liddell, Mark 1121: Liles, Scott 1091: 123 Linam, Elizabeth 1101: 98, 170, 256 Linam, Rhonda 1121: 282, 33 Lindsey, Clifton 1091: 123 Lindsey, Leland 1091: 123 Lindsey, Victor1101: Littlefield, Lesten 1091: 123 Locher, David 1111: 76 Loesch, Debra 1121: Loesch, Kenny 1101: 98 Logan, Ashley 1101: 98, 100, 278, 326. 318, 319, 224, 54, 261, 296 Long, Nanette, 1121: 290, 248, 34 Longoria, Manuel 1121: 34 Longoria, Mark 1091: 123 Longoria, Michael 1091: 123 Longoria, Ray 1091: 119, 123, 292 Longoria, Victoria 1101: 97 Lopez, Elizabeth 1121: 341, 34 Lopez, lohn 1091: 123 Lopez, Laura 1101: 97 Lopez, Pat 1091: 123 Lott, 1ames1101: 98 Lan, Melba 1121: aaa, 34 Lott, Shirley 1121: 352 Lott. Tina 1091: Love, Mary 1121: 343, 34 VHS twirlers perform at a pep rally. Lowder, Cheryl 1111: 76, 306, 246, 4, 62, 318, 320, 312 Lowder, Lynn 1121: 31 Lowe, lohn 1101: 99, 291, 292 Lowe, Melissa 1091: 192 Lowe, Tony 1101: 99 Lowery, Allan 1111: 76 Lowrie, Phillip 1091: 123, 292, 278, 172 Loya, Christine 1101: 99, 329 Lucas, Ross1111: 76, 306, 4, 311, 310 Lugo, Richard 1101: 99 Lucker, Elizabeth 1091: 123, 278 Luna, 1ohn1121: Luna, Margie 1101: 99 Luna, Marisel1101: 99 -M- : Mabe, Linda 1121: 259, 35 Mabray, Lenora1101:99, 278 Maclarlane, Donald 1091: 123 Macfarlane, Karen 1121: Mach,1oyce1121:35 Machac, Brenda 1111: 76, 282. 285, 67, 327 Machart, Melissa1091: 123 Machart, Marilyn 1121: 344, 35 Machicek, Gail 1101: 99, 278 Macias, Virginia 1091: 123 Macintyre, Shane 1111: 76 Madden, Keith 1111: 76, 210, 219, 221, 152 Madden. Michelle 1101: 99 Madden, Missy: 297, 261, 262, 296 Magallan, Patricia 1111: 76 Magana, Ricky 1101: 99 Mahan, Richard 1111: Mahan, Carolina 1101: Mahan, Debra 1111: Mahmoudi, Hani 1111: 76 Mahmoudi, Rami 1121: 35 Mallett, Michael 1111: 76, 191. 282 Maloney, Kevin 1091:123 Mancillas, Carmen 1091: 124 Manning, Laura 1101: 226, 99, 85, 88, 89, 289 Mansker, Katherine 1101: 99 Maraggia, Donald 1101: 99 Marbach, Todd 1121: 213, 210, 35 Marburger, Pattie 1121: 35 Marin, Sergio 1091: 124 Markette, Bryant 1111: 76, 249, 169 Marks, Pamela 1111: 76 Marks, Richard 1101: 99 Marlow, Lisa 1121: 238, 306, 268, 270, 224, 308, 272, 273, 275, 34, 35 Marlow, Scott 1111: 76 Maroney, Susan 1101: 99 Marr, Kenneth 1101: 99 Marshall. David 1091: 124, 319 Marshall, Gregory 1121: 191, 282, 314, 315, 35 Marshall, Victor 1101: 99, 137 Marthiljohni, Mark 1101: 99, 221 Martan, David 10912124 Martin, Donna 1111: 76 Martin, Larry 1111: Martin, Leslee 1121: 282, 35 Martin, Mark 1101: 99 Martin, Pamela 1121: 327, 35 Martin, Ruth 1091: 126 Martin, Todd 1101: 99, 278 Martinak, Audrey 1091: 124, 172 Martinak, Teresa 1101: 99, 278, 171, 169 Martinez, Armando 1101: 99 Martinez, Cathy 1091: 124 Martinez, Daniel 1091: 124 Martinez, Elisa 1091: Martinez, Elvira 1101: 99 Martinez, Erlinda1091: 124, 332, 261 3 Martinez, Gloria 1111: 76 Martinez, Gus 1101199 Martinez, 1immy1091: 124, 292. 290, 278, 108, 319, 110, 112 Martinez.1oe1091:124 Martinez, 1ohnny1111: 77 Martinez, lose 1111: 77 Martinez, Linda 1091: Martinez, Lisa 1091: 331 Martinez, Marco 1091: 124 Martinez, Michelle 1101: 99 Martinez, Miroslava1091: 124 Martinez, Noel 1121: Martinez, Paul 1091: 124 Martinez, Richard 1121: 35 Martinez, Sandra 1121: 35 Martinez, Sylvia 1091: 124 Martinez, Teresita 1111: 77, 331, 332 Martinka, Connie 1121: 9, 259. 165,167,241, 35 Masana, Ricky 1091: 123 Massey, Mary Ann 1121: 296. 21, 23, 35 Massey, Brett 1121: 350, 35 Matchett,1an1111:77 Mateiek, Linda 1121: 35 Mateiicek,1acqueline1091:124, 278 Mathews, lohn 1101: 99 Mathias, Carrie 1111: Matocha, Aaron 1111: 77 Matula, Connie 1091: 124 Matus, Regina 1111: 77 Mauricio, Monica 1091: 124 Mauritz, Madelyn 1111: 77, 292, 285 Mauzy, Bart 111: 99 Mauzy, Derek 1121: 292, 290, 248, 282, 35 Maxson, Robert 1121: 283, 282, 152, 35 Maxwell, Martha 1091: 115, 124, 266, 267, 278, 319, 261 Meade, Alvyn1101: Meade, Dean 1101: 99 Meade, Tommy 1101: 100 Meaker. Frank 1101: 100 Medrano, Bernadette 1091: Medrano, Diana 1121: 349, 36 Medrano, Elizabeth 1101: 100, 257 Medrano, Marcus 1111: 77, 292, 291 Medrano, Thomas 1091: 125 Meharg, Paul 1121: 292, 290, 36 Meis,1anet1111:77, 305, 306. 246, 4, 285, 318, 320, 313, 31 Melenkevitz, Susan 1121: 292, 290, 291, 232, 36 Melton, Winona 1091: 125 Mendez, Angela 1101: 100 Mendez, Eulogio1091: 125 Mendoza, Louis 1091: 125, 113 Mendoza, Lucy 1121: 36 Merklinger, Larry 1101: 100 Merrill, Laurie 1111: 226, 77, 243, 63, 65. 327, 66, 329, 289 Merry, Angela 1121: Mettetal, Keith 1091: 121,125 Mettetal, Yale 1101: 100 Metting, Kenneth 1091: 125. 292, 278 Meuir, Karyn 1111: 77 Meyer, 1ohn 11011 100 Meyer, Ronald 1101: 100 Meyer, Tara 1101: 100, 278, 296 Meza, Mark 11 11: 77 Meza, Paul 1101: 100 Migl, Donald 1121: 36 Mikulec, Larry 1121: 350, 36 Milberger, Matthew: 352, 36 Milberger, Robby 1111: 77, 191, 182 ' Miller, Allison 1091: 125, 266, 261 Miller, Daniel 1111: 77 Miller, Darren 1101: 100 Miller, David 1091: 125 Miller, Debbie 1111: 77 Miller, 1ennifer1101: 100, 261 Miller, Kristen 1101: 100, 36 Mitchell, Bradley 1091: 125,153 Mitte, Deanne 1121: 252, 294, 36 Mggller, Deborrah1091: 125, 2 Moeller, Denise 1101: 100, 285 Moeller, Mary 1091: Moeller, Melissa1091: 125,278 Moeller, Wesley 1121: Mokry, Cynthia 1101: 100 Monette, Susan 1101: 100,292 Monney, Troy 1111: 77 Montes, Roger 1091: 125, 136 Montez, Gonzalo 1101: 100, 353 Montgomery, 1ames1121: 36 Montgomery, Michael 1101: 100, index f 429 430 f index 278, 294 Moore, Dawn 1121: 343, 36 Moore, Shelly 1101: 100 Morales, Bertha 1091: Morales, Charles 1091: Morales, Diana 1091: 125 Morales, Ramiro 1101: 100 Morales, Sylvia 1111: 346, 347, 78 Moreno, Lisa 1091: 125 Moreno, Marc 1121: 292, 332. 319, 36 Morgan, Cora 1111: 78 Morgan, 1ulie1121: 292, 290, 291, 9, 280. 224, 36 Morgan, Lawrence 1111: 345 Morris, Lee 1101: 100 Moscatelli, Laura 1101: 100 Moses, Nancy 1101: 100 Mothersbaugh, Susan 1121: 326, 327, 36 Motl, Kenneth 1111: 78, 292, 282 Motley, Rory 1111: 78, 343 Mowdy, Hal Clark 1121: Mozisek, Debra 1111: 78 Mueller, Brenda 1121: 36 Mueller, 1ames1101: 100, 137 Mgggler, Susan 1091: 125, 278, Mungia, Donna 1121: 258, 259. 331. 320. 296, 36 Munoz, 1oe1091: 125 Munoz, Pete 1111: 78 Munsch, Allen 1111: 78,307 Murray, Andrea 1101: 100, 257 Murrell, Stephen 1101: 100 Murphy, Milody1111: 78 Mutschler, Cheryl 1121: 285, 36 1MC.. McAdams, Vicki 1091: 124 McAlister, Carolina 1111: 268, 270, 273. 275, 296 McAlister, Christina 1101: 270. 329, 261, 273. 275 McAlpine, Michelle 1121: 12, 326, 319, 383, 34 McArthur, David 1121: 344, 345. 323, 34 McCary, Rhendi 1091: 124, 292. 278 McCauley, Terri 1121: 306, 4, 285, 311, 34, 31 McCord, Gretchen 1 1: 278 McCord, Mary 1091: 124 McCoy, Tracey 11013 97 McCrary, William 1111: 77, 152 McCurry, Karen 1091: 124 McCurry, Robert 1111: 77 McCuthcheon, Holly 1121: 292, 306, 246, 4, 313, 31, 34 McDonald, Allen 1091: 125 McDonald, 1ames1091:125 McDonald, Sherry 1101: 97 McFarlane, Karen 1121: 35 McGonagill, Thomas 1111: 77 McGrew, Eunice 1101: 97 McGrew, Gary 1121: 34 McGuire, Robert 1101: 97 McHaney, Scott 1091: 125 McKelvy, Donna 1111: 77, 292. 285 McLaughlin, Linda 1111: 77 McMahon, Melissa 1091: 125. 278 McMaiton, Missy1 1: 319 McMullen, David 1121: 34 McMullen, Melissa 1101: 125 McMullen, Michael 1121: 34 McMullen, Molly 1091: 125, 133, 267, 109 McMurry, Karen 1101: 356 McMurtrey, Roger 1111: 77 McNew, Celeste 1101: 97, 270, 273 McRae, Sue 1121: 311, 310, 34 McVay, Tammy 1121: -N- Nava, Rhonda 10911125 Nava,Roxanna1101: 100 Navarro, lsdel 1091: 125 Navarro, Lisa 1101: 100 Neal, 1ames1111: 78 Neal, Mark 1121: 36 Neece, 1ohn1091: 125, 136 Neisser, Rocky 1111: 78 Neitsch, Greg 1121: 36 Neitsch, Katina 1121: 265, 37 Neitsch, Kenora 1091: 125, 261 Neitsch, Trey 1101: 100, 137 Nelson, 1effrey1091:125 Nelson, lohn1091:125 Nelson, William 1121: Nelson, Robert 1121: 37 Nerada, Diane 1121: 345, 37 Nerada, Michael 1091: 125 Neumann, Laurel 1111: 78, 282 Neuvar, Kyle 1121: 215, 210, 37 New, Iulie 1091: 125, 278 Newman, Curtis 1121: 324, 37 Newton, Sabre 1091: 125 Nichols, 10 Ann 1101: 100 Nicholson, Michelle 1121: 292, 290, 282, 327, 245, 37 Nickel, Annette 1111: 78, 292 Mico, Peter 1111: 78 Nico, Tony 1121: Niemann. Cheryl 1121: 348, 249. 37 Niemann, Rebecca 1091: 125, 278 Nieto, Michael 1091: 125, 136 Noble, Cullen 1091: Noble, Laura 1121: 296, 37 Noble, William 1091: 125 Nobles, Donna 1101: 100 Norris, Michael 1091: 126 Norris, Trustin 1101: 97 Novak, Timothy 1121: 126, 37 Novak, Treca 1091: 126, 320 Novasad. Deana 1091: Novosad, Lauren 1121: 341, 37 Nugent, Molly 1101: 100 Nunez, Barbara 1101: 100 -Q- O'Reilly, Kristeen1091: 126 O'Sullivan, Christopher 1121: 322 Obenhaus, Doug 1111: 211. 210 Ochoa, Daniel 1121: Ochoa, Mary 1101: 100 Odefey,lames1121:145,15, 162. 152, 37 Odefey, Rhonda 1101: 101 Odom, Lyndia1091: 126, 178 Oehlke, Brian 1091: 126, 136, 221 Oertle, Donna 1101: 225, 101, 273, 275 Ohrt. Brian 1091: Ohrt, Monica 1121: 38 Ohrt, Toby 1091: 126,136, 356. 355 Olinger, lackie 1121: 304, 246, 4, 31, 38 Oliver, Deana 1101: 101 Oliver, Linda 1121: 305, 306, 246. 4, 320, 31, 38 Olsovsky, 1ane1111: 78,259 Ondarza, Celeste 1101: 101 Ordonez, Albert 1091: 126 Ordonez, David 1101: 101 Ordonez, Michael 1121: Ornelas, Daniel 1111: 78 Ornelas, Olga 1091: 126 Ornelas, Virginia 1091: 126 Orr, Laura 1091: 126, 292 Orsak, Christopher 10911 126 Orsak, Debra 1101: 101 Orsak, Kathy 1091: 126 Orsak, Kevin 1111: 78 Orsak, Lisa 1111: 78, 259, 296 Ortega, Maricela 1091: 126, 257 Ortiz, Lisa 1101: 101. 278, 86, 327, 296 Ortiz, Lupe 1091: 126 Ortiz, Michael 1101: 101 Ortiz, Timothy 1111: 78 O'Sullivan, Chris 1121: 38 Osuna, Lucinda 1111: 78, 338. 339 Oswalt, Iohn 1111: 78 Oubre, lacquelyn 1091: 126, 113 Outlaw, Debra 1121: 38 Ovalle, Denise 1091: 126, 257 Owens, Theresa 1101: 101 Ozuna, Anna 1101: 101, 257 -p- Pace, Denise 1111: 78 Pacheco, Samantha 1101: 101 Padron, loe1091:126 Padilla, Grace 1101: 101 Paine, Stephen 1101: 101 Painter, Eric 1111: 78 Pair, Marni1091: 126, 278 Palacios, Lisa 1121: 226, 227, 6. 243, 288, 289, 33. 38 Pall, Lauren 1121: 327, 169, 38 Palmer, 1erome1091: 126 Palmer, Karen 1111: 78 Palmer, Petula 1091: 126, 132. 110, 173, 172 Palmer, Victoria 1121: 38 Paquin, Cora 1101: Pardo, Gloria 1091: 126 Pardo, Louis 1101: 101 Pardo, Virginia 1121: 345 Parghi, Sulbha1091:126 Parker, 1anet1111: 78 Parker, Kimberly 1091: 126 Parker, Kristen 1121: 296, 23, 38 Parker. Patricia 1101: 101 Parker, Robert 1091: 126, 172 Parks, Teresa 1091: 126 Parks, Willie 1101: 101, 137 Parsons, Rodger 1091: 126 Parsons. Roy1091:126,173,172 Patek, Carolyn 1121: 292, 291, 285, 38 Patterson, 1ol1n1091:126 Patterson, 1oseph1121: 148, 152. 38, 47 Patterson, Patrick 1101: 101, 139 Patton, David 1101: 101 Pauly. Eddy 1091: 126 Pauly, Michael 1091: 126 Payne, 1eft'rey1101:101, 146, 147, 85, 89, 152 Pazouki,Ardavan1091: 126 Pearson, lamie1111: Pedraza, Michael 1101: 101 Pedraza, Sara 1091: 126, 292,290 Pena, Diana 1121: Pena, Edward 1111: 78 Pena, Gilbert 1101: 101 Pena, 1immy1111: 78 Pena. loe1091: 126 Pena, Martin 1101: 101 Pena. Richard 1091: 126 Pena, Robert 1121: 38 Pena. Roy 1101: Pena, Teresa 1091: 127 Penn, Pamela 1121: Peralez, Cynthia 1101: 101 Peraltz, Martin 1101: 101, 137 Perez, Angelita 1091: 127, 285 Perez, Becky: 261 Perez, Cornelio1121: Perez, Diana 1111: 78, 341 Perez, Henry 1121: 38 Perez, Lisa 1091: 127 Pergz, Michelle 1091: 127, 278. 2 2 Perez, Ralph 1111: 78 Perez, Rebecca 1091: 127, 102, 331 Perez, Rebecca 1101: Perkins, Randy 1101: 102 Perry, Micahel1091: 127 Perry, William 1111: 78, 354 Pesnell, Stephanie 1091: 126, 127, 278, 111 Peters, Chris 1111: 78 Peterson, Darren 1091: 127 Peter, Ronald 1091: 121292, 136, 278 Petru, Linda 1121: 283, 282, 38 Pettus, Freeman 1091: 127, 136, 355 Pettvvay, 1ohn1111:78,282, 171, 170, 314, 315 Peyton, Charles 1091: 127, 136 Phillips, Ranny 1111: 77 Phillips, Troy 1091: 127 Pickering, Charlie 1091: 127 Pickering, Patti 1111: 78, 282 Pickett, Patrick 1091: 127 Pickett, Mandy 1111: 78, 339 Pickle, Laureen 1121: 292, 282, 39 Pilzner, Rodney 1111: 78 Pizana, Leticia 1111: 78, 339. 331, 332 Plummer, Stephen 1101: 102 Pogue, Byron 1121: 343 Polasek, Paul 1101: 102, 137 Pollard, Kim 1121: 344, 39 Ponish, David 1091: 127 Pooley, Wendy 1111: 78 Porter, Adrian 1101: 102 Porter, Hanky 1121: 190, 191, 189,186,182,17,184. 185. 204, 39 Porter, Maryann 1121: 39 Porter, Michelle 1091: 127 Porter, Phyllis 1111: 78 Porter, Terri 1091: Porter, Toya 1101: 102 Posey, Rhonda 1111: 78, 285 Postel, Bridget 1121: 246, 4, 31, 39 Postel, Vincent 1111: 78 Powell, 1onathon1121: 39 Powell, Mike 1101: 102 Powitzky, Cody 1121: 39 Pralka, Wesley 1101: 102 Pressler, Tamatha 11013 102, 262 Pribyl, Amy 1121: 34, 39 Price, Carolyn 1101: 102 Prichett, Todd 1111: 78, 102 Prokop, Diana 1091: 127 Prokop, Renee 1121: Prokop, Tony 1101: 102, 137 Prosen, Antoinette 1101: 102 Pruitt, Wesley 1111: 78 Puente, Linda 1101: 102 Puerto, Oscar 1121: 39 Pullin, Mark 1101: 102 Pullin, Robert 1101: 292 Pullin, Tammi 1121: 349, 39 Purcell, Debbie 1091: 127, 129 Purcell, Steven 1091: 127 Purdy, Linda1121: 226, zaa, 289, 33, 34, 39 Purdy, Pamela 1091: 117, 127, 278, 112, 113 -Q... Quarles, Carol L 1111: 78 Quedin, Steven 1091: 127 Quinonez,1esse1101:102 Quinonez, Mariselda 1121: 39 Quinonez, Virginia 1101: 102 Quackenbush, Iohn 1111: 78 -R- Rab, Ellen 1091: 127, 278 Raby, Stephanie 11111 78 Ragsdate, Todd 1091: 128 Raley, Rick 1111: 78 Ramey, Andre 1101: 102, 137 Ramirez, Cynthia 1111: 78, 331 Ramirez, Gerogia1121: 157, 39 Ramirez, Ingebord1101: 102. 331 Ramirez, Lisa 1121: 39 Ramirez, Mamie 1091: 128 Ramirez, Melania1101:102,331 Ramirez, Patrick 1091: 128, 136 Ramirez, Paul 1101: 137 Ramirez, Rexann 1111: 79 Ramirez, Roger 1101: 102 Ramon, Christine 1121: 331 332, 39 Ramon, Maria 1121: 9 Ramos, Anna 1111: 79 Ramos, George 1101: 102 Ramos, Manuel 1121: Ramos, Paul 1121: Randall, 1effrey1091: 128 Range, Lauri 1101: 102, 279, 278, 328, 326, 276 Rather, Kenneth 1111: 79 Rau, Carla 1101: 102 Raven, Dinah 1101: 102 Raven, Greg 1111: 79 Ray, Angela 1101: 102, 257 Rayburn, Polli1091: 119, 127. 292 Redden, Bobby 1121: 350, 39 Reeder, Derek 1121: 191, 184, 39 Reeder, Sean 1101: 102, 137 Reedy, Michael 1121: 322, 380. 39 Reeves, Sherry 1101: 102, 292. 285 Reid, Nancy 1101: 103, 292, 290 Reitberger, David 1101: 103 Remmy, Tammy 1091: 128 Rendon, Lupe 1101: 103 Rendon, Roland 1091:128, 136 Rendon, Ruben 1121: 39 Renken, Dina 1101: 103, 285. 327 Rennert, Ronald 1101: 103 Resendez, Cynthia 1091: Resendez, Rosanne 1121: 292, 332, 39 Respondek, Patrick 1101: 103 Reyes, Dina 1111: 346, 347, 79. 332 Reyes, 1esse1091:103 Reyes, 1onny1121: 40 Reyna, Abby 1101: 103 Reyna, Abel 1091: 128 Reyna, Reynaldo1111: 79 Reynolds, Deborah 1101: 103 Reynolds, Mary 1121: 340, 341. 40 Rhodes, Lisa 1111: 79, 285, 327, 296 Rhodes, Timothy 1091: 128 Richter, Diane 1111: 79 Riesterer, Sheri 1101: 103 Riesz, David 1111: 79, 253, 324, 243, 282 Riesz, Luara 1121: 286, 296, 40 Riggs, Stacey 1111: Riley, 1ohn 1111: 79, 292, 290 Riley, Kellie 1091: 128,292 Rincon, Barbara 1111: 79 Rincon, Mary 1111: 79, 339, 332 Ring, Paul 1101: 103 Rippamonti, Rebecca 1111: 79, 258, 259, 296 Rippstein, 1ennifer1101: 103, 292, 276 Ritchie, 1effrey1111: 79, 343 Rivera, Allen 1091: 128 Rivera, Amanda 1101: 103, 332 Rivera, Frank 1121: 343, 40 Rivera, Michael 1091: 128 Roberson, Tammy 1121: Robertson, Kevin 1111: 79 Robertson, Mark 1091L 128 Robinson, 1ohnny1101: 103 Robinson, Kenneth 1101: 103 Robinson, Thomas 1091: ' Robinson, Timothy 1091: Robles, Edward 1121: Robles, Michael 1091: 128 Rocha, Andrea 1101: 103,332 Rocha, Chris 1121: Rocha, Lisa 1111: Rocha, Paul1101: 103,332 Roddy, Kerry 1121: 40 Roden, Sandra 1101: 103 Rodrigues, April 1111: 79, 178, 179 Rodriguez, Delia 1101: 103, 278, 328, 320, 260, 262 Rodriquez, Elsa 1121: 292, 328, 40 Rodriquez, Elva1091: 128, 292. 278 Rodriquez, Leticia 1121: 332. 348, 349, 40 Rodriguez, Melissa 1091: 128. 332 Rodriquez, Pete 1121: 40 Rodriguez, Rene 1091: 128 Rodriguez, Robert 1091: 128, 332 Rodriquez, Robert 1101: 103, 146, 152 Roeder, Angela 1091: 128 Roell, Terry 1101: 103, 292 Roemer, Donna 1111: 79, 292. 290 Rogers, Connie 1111: 79, 304, 306, 246. 4, 282, 326, 327, 328, 314, 31 gers, 1ames1111: 79 gers, Stanley 1091: 128 ias,1eanette1121:349,40 llins, Kirby 1101: 103, 324, 137 senquest, Frank 1121: 40 enquest, Melinda 1091: 128 ss, 1erry1091: ss, Leo 1121: ss, Marie 1111: 346, 347, 79 .Melinda 1091: 128 ss, Michael 1121: 175, 176 ss, Opal 1111: 79, 167, 197, 201 h, Rhonda 1091: 128, 292 her, David 1091: 129 her,1anet1101: 103 1bio,Connie1091: 129 3iz, Georgia 1121: ussell, Cyrese1101: 103, 87, 97, 201 ell, 1ames1101: 104,193 herford, Mike 1091: 292 n, Scott 1121: n, Sharon 1111: 79, 282, 296 olph, Kathy 1091: 129 1 at nz, Melissa 1111: 79, 243 nz, Samuel 1121: 175, 40 nz, Sandra 1091: 129, 108, 20, 262 nz, Sonya 1111: 79, 306 .Terry 1091: 129, 210 s, Carlos 1101: 104, 175, 176 S, Elizabeth 1101: 104, 278, 30, 332 s, Marcos 1111: 80 s, Olga 1091: 129 S, Ruth 1121: 383, 40 zar, Alex 1091: 129 zar, Edward 1091: 129 zar, Ernestina1091: 129 zar, Eugene 1101: 104 zar, Enrique 1091: zar, Herlinda1121: zar, Lisa 1101: 104, 278 zar, Mark 1091: 129, 136 zar, Mary 1101: 104 zar, Paul 1111: 80 ana, Patricia 1101: 104, 292 ivar, Elisa 1111: ivar, Gilbert 1101: 104 nas, Elizabeth 1121: 257, 40 nas, Eric 1091: 129, 136 nas, Karen 1091: 129 inas, Mary 1091: 129 inas, Ruben 1121: 41 ger, Trayce 1121: 190, 286, 6. 298, 23, 41 .1166 William 1111: 00 amon, Donna 1091: 129 1-Sin, Andre 1111: 80,158 lchez, Albert 1091: 129, 136 xchez, 1ohn 1101: 104 ychez, Kenneth 1111: 80, 324 lchez, Larry 1101: 104 lchez, Mary 1091: 129 chez, Randy 1101: 104 chez, Robert 1101: 104 chez, Rusty 1111: 80 1ders, Amy 1091: 129, 292, 290 ders, Richard 1111: 80, 343 lders, Willie 1101: 104 ,doval, Lucinda 1121: doval, Norma 1091: 129 - tiago, Victor 1121: 41 Htikos, Sherry 1111: 80 pington, Dale 1121: 41 pington, Lisa 1091: 129 'pington, Morris 1121: xuche, Eva 1091: 129 ,ndres, Kimberly 1101: 104 yyer, Earl 1 1: 355 Her, Derek 1111: 80 'ef, Sheri 1111: 80, 286 ef, Susan 1121: 286, 41 efer, Daniel 1101: 104, 292. 70, 206 efer, Doug 1121: fer, Ronald 1121: 344, 345, ibelhut, Keith 1091: 129 ibelhut, Kurt 1091: 129 Scheilbelhut, Randy 1121: 41 Scherer, Karen 1111: 80, 292 Schlichting,1ohn1101:104 Schlichting, Norma 1111: 80, 155 Schlueter, Gary 1101: 104 Schmeltzer, Milissa 1121: 282, 41 Schneider, Daniel 1091: 136 Schreider, Donny 1091: 129 Schneider, Susan 1121: 41 Schoener, Mark 1091: 129, 136. 109, 220, 219, 221 Schons, Vincent 1091: 129 Schramek, Shawn 1111: 80, 286, 328, 296 Schroeder, Christi 1101: 104, 286, 170 Schroeder, Richard 1111: Schroeter, Robert 1091: 129 Schroeter, Scott 1111: 80 Schroller. Kay 1121: 328, 41 Schueneman, Naralie 1111: 80 Schulte, lohn 1121: 41 Schulz, Paula 1091: 129 Schurtz. William 1121: 41 Schusterite, Ricky 1121: 343, 41 Seale, Gary 1091: 129, 136 Seals, Wade 1101: 104 Seerden, Stephen 1121: 225, 273, 275, 41 Selph. Gail 1111: 80 Sentell, Linda 1091: 129 Serna, Daniel 1111: 80 Sertuche, Eva 1101: 104 Sexton, Heather 1091: 129, 292 Sexton, Kenneth 1101: 91, 104, 175, 193 Shaffer, Christi 1101: 104, 225, 270 Shaffer, Pollyanna1091: 129 Shaffer, Tracy 1091: 129 Shahan, Alexandra 1091: 129, 172 Chahan, Elizabeth 1091: 129, 320. 173, 172 Shaner, Katrina 1091: 129, 290, 292, 278 Shanks, Melanie 1091: 129, 225 Shanks, Steven 1091: 130,292 Shanks, Scott 1111: 00, 290, 292. 282 Shannon, Allan 1111: 80, 174, 175 Sharpe, Gaiy1111: 80 Shaw, Pamela 1121: 340, 341, 41 Shaw, Tonya 1121: 306, 246, 320, 5, 31, 41 Sheffield, Michael 1091: 130. 292 Sherva, Scott 1121: 41 Shelton, D.C.1101: 104 Sbipnes,1effrey1111:80, 291, 292, 253, 170 Shipnes, 1ulie1091: 130, 292, 278, 172 Shockley, Betty 1111: 80, 154, 224 Shoemake, Mark 1121: 306, 4, 311 Shoener, Mark 1091: 111 Short, Theron 1121: Short, Thomas 1101: 104 Schrode, Morgan 1091: 130, 292 Shutter, Stephen 1111: 80 Siebenich, 1eff1121: 41 Sievers, Mark 1101: 105 Simcik, 1ohn1101: 105 simcik. Mary1121: 286, 328, 41 Simmang, Eddy: Z21 Simmang, Norman 1091: 130, 136 Simms, Sharon 1121: 306, 383, 309, 34, 41, 50 Simon, Pat 1101: 105 Simons, 1ack 1111: 80 Simons, Laura 1091: 130, 173, 172 Simons, Marcene1091: 130, 318, 320 Simons, Michelle 1121: 253, 254, 12, 253, 282, 326, 328, 296, 42 Simons, Monica: 278 Simpson, Brenda 1111: 81, 243, 202, 328, 294, 296 Simpson, 1ames1121: 42 Simpson, 1eff1101:99, 105, 193 Simpson, 1ennifer1101: 105, 286, 326, 328, 296 Sims, Harold 1121: 152 Sims, Sharon 1121: 286 Sisti, Leanne 1111: 81, 292 Skipper, Scott 1111: 81, 354 Slaughter, Michael 1101: 105 Slover, David 1121: 9, 182, 183, ,186,191,283, 194, 184, 185, 42 Smith, Allen 1121: 42 Smith, Anette1111:81 Smith, Carrie 1101: Smith, Clayton 1101: 105 Smith, Darnell 109: 130 Smith, Deborah 1091: 130, 304, 278 Smith, Diane 1101: 248 Smith, Duane 1091: 81, 352 Smith,1anet1091:130,292,278 Smith, Keenan 1121: 42 Smith, Lon 1121: 286, 284, 42 smith, Lorrie 1101: 105, 278, 328, 276,296 Smith, Peggy 1121: 292 Smith, Rebecca 1101: 105 Smith, Robert 1121: 324, 169 Smith, Tammy 1121: 337, 42 Smith, Teresa 1111: 81 Smith, Terry 1121: 316, 317, 42 Smith,Toby1101:105 Smitherman, Lisa 1111: 81, 343 Smithey, Pamela 1121: 254,42 Sneddon, Monica 1101: 105, 278, 326, 320 Sneed, Carolyn 1121: 197, 195, 204, 200, 201, 43 Solis, Cynthia 1121: 332, 42 Solis. Ernest 1091: 130 Soliz, Debra 1091: 130 Soliz, Madelyn1091:130, 257 Soliz, Richard 1111: 81, 292 Somer, Todd 1111: 292,81 Sosa, Gracie 1091: 130 Sosa, 1oe1101: 105 Sosa, Nancy 1091: 130,332,321 Soto, Ester1121: Soto, Norma 1101: 105,296 Soto, Patrick 1101: 105 Spahn, Crifford 1091: 130 Sparkman, Bobby 1111: 81 Sparkman, Debbie 1101: 105, 296 Sparkman, Dudley 1111: 81 Sparkman, Lynn 1111: 81 Sparks, Michael 1111: 81 Sparks, Rebecca 1121: 42 Spaulding, Andrea 1091: Spaulding. Gwen 1121: 42 Spauldin, Kevin 1101: 105, 137 Spaulding, Michelle 1091: 130, 292 Spaur. Dawn 1091: 130 Spears, Denise 1111: 81 Spears, Gwendolyn 1101: 105 Speer, Carlton 1091: 130 Speer, Michelle 1101: 105, 292 Spellacy, 1oAnn1121: 294, 42 Spies, Donna 1111: 81, 283, 290, 292, 328 Spiller,Waylin1101:105 Sprencel, Brenda 1121: 340, 42 Spriggs, Vicki 1091: 130,292 Springer, Sharon 1101: 105, 278 Srubar, Dennis 1101: 104 Stafford, Kris1091: 130, 292, 172 Starch, Connie: 336 Stark, Shaune 1111: 81 Stark, Tim 1101: 105 Starky, Maggie1101: 105 Startz, Andrea 1121: Startz. Andy: 352, 42 Startz, Diane 1091: 130 Siartz, Karen 1091: 130 Stasney, Clifford 1111: B1 Stastney, Kenneth 1111: 81 Steele, 1ames1121: 339, 42 Steelman, Sabrina 1121: 304, 306, 246 4, 17, 31, 42 Stephens, Kimberly 1091: 130 Stevens, Laura 1121: 42 Stewart, Eileen 1101: 105 Stewart, Tammy 1091: 130 Stewart, Tina 1121: 42 Stindt, Karen 1121: 349, 42 Stindt, Sandra 1101: 105 Stock, 1ared1091: 130 Stock, Paul1111: 81,292 Stoebner,1im1101: 105 Stoebner, Tery 1121: 43 Stoeltje, Richard 1101: 105, 221 Stoeltje, Ruben 1111: 81, 152 Stolte,1ohn1091:130,136 Stone, Carol 1091: 130 Stone, Darryl 1091: 130 Stone, Karlene1111: 81, 286 Stovall, Londa1101:105 Stowe, Tina 1121: 43 Strateman, Royce 1111: 81 Strait, Lorne 1101: 193 Streibel, David 1091: 130 Stridde, Michelle 1111: 81 Stridde, Scott 1091: 130 Strother, Darla 1101:105 Strother, Dayne1091: 130 Strom, Nanette 1111: 81 Strom, Nicki 1091: 130 Stryk, Donna 1101: 105, 296 Stryk, Doreen 1091: 130,278,206 Stubbs, Dee 1091: 130, 224 Stuck, Susan 1121: 43 Stuesser, Ienna 1091: 130, 279 Sullivan, 1ohn1091: 168, 169 Sullivan, Kelly 1121: 43 Sullivan, Kellye1091: 131,279 Sullivan, Laurie 1111: 81 Sullivan, Mary 1111: 81 Sumbera, Darlene 1091: Sumbera, D'lesa11Z1:227, 131, 286, 328, 296, 43 Summers, 1ohn 1111: 81 Summers, Wallace 1121: 345, 43 Supak, Denise 1101: 105 Surna, Daniel: 295 Sutter, Lynda 1091: 131, 226, 266, 279, 109, 276, 321, 54, 262 Svatek, Inez1091: 131,279 Svrcek, Mark 1121: 9, 283, 43 Swank, Dawn 1091: 114, 131, 267, 279, 321 Sweet, Shris1091: 131,292 Swoboda,1ill1111:81, 328 Swoboda, Stacy 1101: 105 Syma, Denise 1111: 81, 328, 296 Swoap, Danny 1101: 105 Swoap, Diana 1101: 105, 268, 270, 271 -T- Taber, Patricia 1101: 105, 171, 170 Tagliabue, Patricia 111: 131,279 Talbott, Donna 1121: Talbott, Lynn 1111: 81 Talkington, Curtis 1121: 43 Talkington, Dereck 1111: 81 Tam, Kathryn 1091: 131 Tames, Israel 1091: 131, 136 Tamez,Geroge1091: 131 Temprecht, Donna: 196 Tanecka, Kimberly 1091: 105 Tanecka, Tammy 1121: 292, 43 Taylor, David 1091: 131, 136 Taylor, Gaylon 1111: 81 Taylor, Randy 1121: 292, 290, 291, 9, 15, 43 Taylor, Sylvia 1121: 43 Taylor, Tammy 1111: 81, 290 Teague, Vicki 1101: 105 Tegler,Iay1101:324,137 Teinert, Philip 1121: 345, 43 Tenbusch, Debbie 1101: 105 Tenbusch,1ulie1091:131 Terrell, Florence 1121: 44 Terrell, Floyd 1111: 81, 143, 152 Terry, Deborah 1101: 165,286 Tesch, Douglas 1101: 105 Thacker, 1ames1121: 292, 44 Thames, David 1091: 131 luniors let the Stings know they're behind them all the way! index f 431 Tham, Pamela 1121: 44 Theus, Robin 1111: 343 Thiele, Melissa 1111: 81, 283 Thieme, Donna 1121: 357, 354. 44 Thegpen, Misty 1101 Thomas, Armando 1111: 81 Thomas, Brenda 1121: 348, 349, 44 Thomas, Cheri 1101: 105 Thomas, Daryle 1111: 81 Thomas, 1ames1121: 44 Thomas, Kellie 1101: 105, 354 Thomas, Kenda 1121: 339, 44 Thomas, Marlaina 1111: 81 Thomas, Michael 1111: 81 Thomas, Reneae1101:105 Thompson Thompson 105 Thompson. Thompson. Thompson. Thompson, Thompson, .Charles 1111: 82 . Christopher 1101: Belinda 1121: 44 Deborah 1111: 82 1effery1101i105 Kathy Ann 10911131 Margaret 1121: 154. 155, 306, 4, 242, 286, 313, 31, 45 Thompson, Micah 1111: 82 Thormahlen,1ohn1111:82, 324. 214. 210 Thurman, Rhonda 1111: 82, 328, 178 Thurman, Tammy 1091: Tipton, Amy 1111: 82, 178, 177 Tipton, Chad 1101: 102, 105, 137 Tisdale, Lee 1121: 45 Tisdale, Stephanie 1091: 123, 131, 279 Todd, Cassaun 1121: 15, 297 Todd, Debora Lee 1091: 131. 279, 262 Todd. Galye1121: 328, 296. 23, 45 Todd, Kelly 1101: 94, 105 Todd, William 1091: 131 Tompkins. Karen 1121: 345, 45 Torres, Armando 1101: 105 Torres, 1acqueline1121: 331. 332, 341, 45 Torres, 1oe1091: 131 Torres, 1ose 1111: 82, 339 Torres, Lori Ann 1121: 306, 246. 4, 208, 312, 31, 45 Torres, Rodolf1121: 45 Traber, Vanessa 1111: 82, 83. 178,179 Traeger, Patricia 1101: 106, 171 Trahan, Todd 1101: Trahan, Tracy 1111: 82, 106, 336 Trevlno Charles 1101: 106 Trevmo Chris 1091: 131,356 Trevino Gloria 1121: Trevino, Henry 1101: 137 Trevino, 1oe1121:9, 254, 324, Trapp, 1oe1111: 1 254. 3 8, 320. 245, 383, 321, 45 Trevino, Manuel 1101: 106 Trevino, Mary 1091: 131, 257 Trevino, Michelle 1121: 332. 382, 46 Tripp, Russell 1121: 292 Tristan, Martha 1101: 106, 292 Tristan, Richard 1091: 131, 218, 221 Tristan, Yolanda 1121: 348, 349, 46 Trivitt, Denise 1101: 106, 279 Troell. Tina 1091: 131 Troell. Tracy 1101: 106, 279 Trotter, Laura 1111: 305, 306. 246, 243, 286, 326, 328, 31 Trubka, Martin 109: 131, 136, 221 Trubka, Mark: 218 Truong, Dinh 109: 132 index X 432 Truong, Kim 1101: 106 Tschirhart, Alesia1091: 132 Tschirhart, Angie 1111: 82, 296 Tschirhart, Stephen 1121: 46 Tsujimoto, 1ohn 1101: 106, 279, 169, 294 Tsuiimoto, Susan 1111: 82, 283, 249, 294 Ttfgcer, Dana 1121: 283, 304, 4, Tucker, Stacey 1121: 46 Turk, Scott 1101: 106, 324 Turner, Bret 1101: 106 Turner, Chariesse1091: 132, 111 Turner, Gary1091: 132 Turner, Matt 1111: 353 Tussey, Donald 1091: 106 Tuttle, Preston 1091: 132 Tyler, Dena 1091: 132 Tyler, Steven 1101: 106 Tyler, Toby 1091: 132 Tyner, Barbara 1121: 343, 46 -U- Uherek, Karl 1111: 82 Uherek, Vince 1121: 350, 46 Uloth, Mary 1111: 82, 292 Urban, David 1121: -V- Vahalik, Veronica 1101: 106 Valadez, 1ohnny1091:132 Valderrama, Bernadi1111:82, 343 Valderrama, Stephen 1101: 106, 137 Valdez, Diane 1111: 82, 339 Valdez, Gloria 1091: 132 Valdez, 1ene1091: 136 Valdez, 1oe1091: 132, 136 Valdez, Ramiro 1091: 132 Valdez, Steve 1091: 132 Valle, Alexand 1111: 82 Valle, Estella 1101: 106, 332 Valle, lesse 1111: 82 Van Marel, Melissa 1121: 283. 286, 326, 328,46 Van Sloote, Ronald 1121: 47 Van Slooten. Karl 1091: 132 Van Slooten, Kerri 1121: 349, 47 Van Zandt, Aaron 1111: 82 Van Zandt, Heath 1101: 106 Vara, Andrew 1091: 132 Vasquez, Anthony 1111: 82 Vasquez, Barbara 1101: 106, 262 Vasquez, Danny 1091: 132 Vasquez, David 1121: 290, 291. 292, 332, 47 Vasquez, Dean 1111: 82, 345 Vasquez, Iean 1111: 82, 154 Vasquez, 1oe1111:82, 345 Vasquez, 1ohn1101: 106 Vasquez, Lisa 1111: 82, 304, 306, 246, 4, 286, 332. 31 Vasquez, Manuel 1111: 83 Vasquez, Margari1101: 106 Vasquez, Mary 1101: 106 Vasquez, Michael 1101: 106 Vasquez, Rene 1091 Vasquez, Robert 1121: 150, 152, 47 Vaughan, Eric 1111: 82, 283, 153 Vaughan, Roger 1111 Veazey, Alisa 1101: 106, 262 Veazey, William 1111: 83 Vega, Adolph 1121: 330, 213. 217, 214, 210, 47 Vega, lacquel 1111: 83, 304, 306, 246, 4, 286, 332, 31 Vega, 1osephine1101:106,292 Vela, Elizabeth 1121: 47 Verret, Gregory 1121: 47 Vess, Michael 1091: 132 Vickery, Mark 1121: 283, 152,47 Victory, 1ames1091: 132 Vigus, Chanda 1111: 83 Villafranca, Suzanne 1091: 132 Villafranca, Teresa 1111: 83. 254. 283 Villarreal, Aubrey 1091: 106, 132 Villarreal, Bernard 1121: 343, 48 Villarreal, Charles 1111: 83 Villarreal, Davis 1111: 83 Villarreal, Domingo 1121: 48 Villarreal, Mary 1121 Villarreal, Patricia 1101 Villegas, Ignario1091: 132 Villegas, Maricela 1101: 106 Vincent, Brian 10911132 Vivian, Randy 1121: 306, 275, 24 34, 48 Volkmer, Rae 1111: 83 Vollmering, Laura 1121: 348. 349, 48 Von Below, Nils1121: 243, 245. 378, 263 Voss. Tamara 1101: 106 Vowell, Tammy 1091: 132 Vrazel, Paula 1121: 9, 17, 286, 205, 209, 198, 197, 195, 204, 199, 201, 21, 43, 48 -W- Wade, Mark 1111: 83 Wade, Richard 1121: 152,48 Wade, Susan 1101: 106, seo, 279, 328, 296 Wagner, Frank 1111: 83 Wagner, Milton 11211324 Wagner. Natalie 1091: 132, 279 Wagner, Randall 1121: 324 Wagner, Robin 1111: 83 Waitschies, Deena 1121: 286. 287, 296 Wakefield, Brent 1121: Walchar, Suzanne 1101: 106, 292. 291, 279 Waldrop. Patricia 1121: Walker, Charles 1091: 132 Walker, Elizabeth 1121: Walker, 1eri1091: 133 Walker, Patti 1111: 83 Walker, Stacy 1111: 259.297, 296 Walker, Tracy 1111: 259, 328, 296 Wallace, Gwen 1121: Wallace, Sue 1121: Wallace, Stacey 1 1: 287 Wallace, Tammy 1091: 133 Waller, Stacy 1111: 83 Walton, Peler1121: Ware, Edward 1111: 83, 324 Ware, Gwendolyn 1091: 133, 167, 164, 113 Warner, Kimberly 1091: 133 Warren, 1essica1111: 83,257 Warren, Shanna 1091: 133 Wash, Courtney 1121: 226, 150, 142, 141, 214, 210, 152,44 Washburn, Gerald 1111: 83, 153 Waters, Vicki 1101: 236, 106 Watson, Sandra 1101: 106, 268, 270, 271 Wayman, Angela 1091: 133 Wayne, Wendy 1111: 226, 83, 62, 259, 328, 288, 289 Weaver, 1effery1121: 345 Weaver, Kelli 1091: 133 Weaver, Melodie1091: 133 Webb, Bruce, 1091: 133 Webb, Mitchell: 343 Webb, Thomas 1121 Wedemeier, 1oseph1121 Wedemeier, Robert 1111: 83 Weeks, Carlton 1091: 133, 136 Weeks, Tyler1121 Weist, Kevin 1101: 107 Welch, Faye 1121: 50 Welfl, Wade 11012 106, 290, 291, 292 Welvarert, Iames 1101 Welvaert,1oe1091:83, 133 Wendel. 1ane1101:106, 288, 289 Wendt. Richard 1091: 133 Wenske, Rose 1091: 133, 262 Wenzel, Staci 1101: 106, 87, 321, 54, 296 West, Billy 1091: 125, 133 Westbrook, Russell 1121: 324, 50 Wharton, Saphire 1101: 106 Wharton, Soraya1101:106 Wheatley, Clinton 1101 Whitaker.1ill1101:106,226,85, 328, 297, 296 Whitaker, Myke1091: 133 White, Chance 1121: 225, 252, 254, 283, 254, 268, 269, 270, 224, 321, 272, 273, 274, 275, 50 White, Karen: 296, 50 White, Harry 1091: 133, 136, 279, 218. 221 White, Shetty: 337, 50 Whi?head, Georgia 1091: 292, 1 Whitley, Candi 1101: 83 Whitley, Rocky 1121 Whitley, Sharon 1091: 292 Wiest, Kevin 1101 Wilburn, Robert 1121: 50 Wilbum, Shelton 1101: 107 Wiley, Sharon Denice1091:133 Wilkins, Elise 1121: 349, 50 Wilkin, Elizabeth 1091: 133 Wilkin, Robert 1101: 107 Wilkins, Steven: 352 Wilkinson, Darise1111169, 83 Willbom, David 1111: 83, 287 Williams, Becky 1101: 107 Williams, Debra 1111: 83 Williams, 1ill1121: 51 Williams. Natalie 1101: 107 Williams. Mark 1121: 51 Williams, Paul 1091: 133 Williams, Paula 1091: 292, 279 Williams, Robert 1101: 107,279 Williams, Tony 1091: 133 Tracy 1111: 83, 346, Williams, Wyane1091: 122, 133 Williamson, Christi 1091: 133, 279, 178, 177 Willoughby, Davud1111:83 Wills, Kristi 1111: 83, 287, 321 Wilson, Dennis 1111: 83 Wilson,1ohn1111:83 Wilson, Michael 1101: 107 Wilson, Michelle 1091: 133 Wilson, Vicki 1101: 107 Wilson, Wade 1121: 283 Wimbish, Yolanda 1111: 83, 67, 198,197, 201,51 Wimgate, Karen 1111: 83 Wimberly, Millie 1101: 107 Windham, Mary 1111: 83, 292 Witt, Eileen 1091: 133,292 Wofford, 1immy1091: 133 Wolfschlag, Norman 1091: 133, 292 Wolter, Malcom 1111: 83, 292 Wood, Brian 1091: 133, 136 Wood, Gene 1091: 133 Wood, Keith 1091: 133, 279, 109 Wood, Wayne 1111: 83, 292, 137 Woodrick, Amy 1091: 133, 279, 321 Wood, Bert 1121: 51 Woods, Henry 1091: 133, 343 Woods, Sam 1121: 51 Woods, Rennee1101: 107,279 Worman. Robin 1091: 133 Worsley, Nicole 1101: 107, 292, 279 Wray, Randy 1111: 83,292 Wray, Sean 1101:107 Wright, 1anna 1121: 306, 381, 34, 51 Wright, Molly 1121: 61, 51 Wyatt, Leigh Ann 1101: 107 Wyatt, Angie 1111: 83 Wyatt, Sonya 1091: 133 -Y- Yancey, Quentin 1091: 133 Ybarbo, Gayle 1101: 107 Ybarbo,Iesse1101: 107 Ybarra, Rueben 1101: 107, 332 Yeary, David 1121: 158, 159, 324. 163, 51 Young, lason 1101: 107 Young, 1erry1101:107, 353 Young, Kathleen 1121: 283, 328, 224, 52 Young, Matthew 1121: 283, 5, 311, 31, 52 -Z- Zahensky, Andrea 1111: 83 Zahensky, Frederick 1091: 133 Zaiontz, Debra 1121: 283, 259,52 Zaiontz, Randy 1111: 83 Zaiontz, Tanya 1111: 83, 292 Zamora, 1ames1121: 345. 50 Zapalac, Trudi1111: 83 Zapata, Christi 1111: 83, 259, 330, 296 Zapata, Cynthia 1111: 83, 346, 347 Zapata, George 1121: 52 Zarate, Malisia1091 Zarate, Michelle 1091: 133, 332 Zarate, Robert 1101: 107 Zarate, Terry 1111: 83 Zatopek, Arleen1101: 107 Zatopek, Darlene 1101: 107 Zatopek,1ulius1101:107 Zavala, Ruben 1101:107 Zavesky, Chuck 1121: 9, 160, 283, 324, 161, 52 Zepeda, Mark 1111: 83 Zepeda, Melissa 1111 Zepeda, Orlando 1121: 52 Zepeda, Yolanda 1101: 107, 279, 270 Zimmer, Steven 1091: 133 Zuniga, Lisa 1121: 9, 253, 283, 306, 246, 4, 326, 328, 321, 313, 31, 52 Zuniga, Susanna 1111: 83, 290, 291, 292, 328 Zwiercan, Nora 1111: 83


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