W E Boswell High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1977
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Test time marred most of the 1976 Home-
coming festivities but the celebration came
alive on the football field during pre-game ac-
tivities. Before the game, the band, pep squad
and class banners left little room for anything
else to take place. The student council added to
the Color by releasing hundreds of balloons into
the air at kick-off.
At halftime the floats were presented and, at
the conclusion of the band's fanfare, senior
Tina Hogan was crowned Homecoming Queen.
The celebration continued after the Diamond
Hill Eagles took a 49-0 lashing from the mighty
Pioneers and Van Hartnitt was named "Pio-
neer of the Year" at the Victory Dance.
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tal Senior Van Hurtnitt was voted by the
student body us Boswell's 1976 "Pioneer of
the Year." tbl The Blue Machine runs
through the last banner Homecoming
night, fired up and ready to play the Dia-
mond Hill Eagles. tel Homecoming Queen
nominees Cathy Taylor, Nancy Newcom,
Debra Guadagni, Sharon Jacobs and
Kathy Keith take a ride to the field on the
Art Club float with junior Pioneer Ryan
Shields. tdl Team captain Ricky Walton es-
corts Tina Hogan off the field after she
was named Homecoming Queen. tel Me-
linda Newcom and Sherry Ward stand on
the sidelines waiting to carry the flowers
and crown onto the field for the coronation
of the Queen. ffl Cindy Willbanks, Sharon
Kret and Mark Davis represented the Stu-
dent Council on the "Bridge Builders"
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Seniors Chuck Boggess and Donna Steele were se-
lected as Ranch Queen and Foreman during judging
on Ranch Day. The two were chosen by judges from
the area on their authentic dress. Students dressed
up to make the annual day a western affair. Others
who were nominated for queen and foreman were
juniors Sherry Anderson and Gary Carroll, soph-
omores Lisa Sutton, Jeff Kloster and freshman nom-
inees were Vernette Tawater and Marty Long.
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At Fourth Hop
Lal Students line up and "freeze" nt the hop iluring ai song. lin The local gong
comes out in '50's gear for the fourth annual council sponsored hop and mlresssup
day-Greasy. lei "Be true to your school . . . rah . . . rah . . . mh . . . sis . . . boom
bah." ld? Billy Dreamer and his "Night1nzn'es" enlertuineml during il '50's
day assembly. Young Life leader Al Dunbar brought the group to the school. gej
Gary Bush and Kathy Keith shake 21 leg in the dance contest :mal lfl Reese
Reed and Melinda Neweoin also take part in the dance contest.
tal "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On Her Head" as Mrs.
Jency Owens is accompanied in the talent show by
Mrs. Ott. tbl Mr. Weem takes time from his duties to
present a solo in the Gong Show and take second
place from the judges. fel Teachers illustrated the
"Twelve Years of School" for students. Cdl Mrs. Bi-
llie Thompson and Miss Beverly Hall give a toeing
rendition of "Chop Sticks" in authentic costumes. tel
Miss Kathy Ott recalls her teen-age days and the
telephone marathons . . . "You should see his car. . ."
ffl The song and dance team of McCarroll and Davis
are "Side by Side" in their routine which took first
place in the first "Gong Show" sponsored by the Stu-
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Thought on Stage
tal Junior favorite nominees Kyle Watson, Ginger Nethery
and Ricky Mori wait for the announcement of class favor-
ites. fbj Mark Techmeyer and Dana Zimmermann were also
nominated for junior favorite. fcj Keith Brumbalow and
Dwaine Allison provide music during the favorites presen-
tation. fdj Dee Dee Long and Jimmy Dickens represented
the freshmen as favorite nominees. fel Reese Reed and Me-
linda Newcom wait on stage as sophomore nominees are
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Cai Cara Luftman and Mary Parker have a beastly ending for their dance from the one act
play "The Flies". tbl Skipper Starnes and Nancy Newcom were named runners-up for Mr.
and Miss Boswell High School. Qcj Skip Krause portrays l'Rocky" as Karen Bell interviews
him. fdj David Lang tries to figure out what's wrong with just being "Bernard". tel Mary
Parker presents "Lost Child", for which she won second in state UIL poetry interpretation.
Cfj Ricky Walton and Donna Steele are presented as Most Athletic.
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tal Fanchee Willard tries peddling for the sophomores in the trike
race. tbl Paul Jacobs races around the track during the class relay.
tcl Sack race contestants hop down the field. tdl Dorothy Haniman
makes it a long shot as softball throwers Cheryl Anthony, Kathy
Kallas and Deniece Blount watch. tel Rolling an object around the
quarter mile track can be "timing" as class participants find out.
ffl Pogo stick contestants give the crowd the longest-lasting event
of the day.
tal Seniors group outside the Captiol and wait to have pictures made. tbl Students listen to
State Senators from the gallery during their visit to hear the House and Senate in session.
fel Lunch break came for the group at Barton Springs Park under the trees. ldj David Mar-
tin rests on the way to Austin so he'll be ready to sight see once the group arrives. tel Outside
the LBJ Library, students rest by the fountain before boarding their buses for the return
trip to school. ffl The class of '77 leaves their mark on the hill near the LBJ Library.
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tal Juniors and seniors get a big laugh over the wills and prophecies read by Mike Williams and
Tom Davenport. tbl Seniors Judy Pike, Sharon Jacobs and their dates make a wish at the well
before the night's activities began. tel Marek Sayers and Sherry Ward find one way to make the
waiting in line for pictures go a little faster. tdl Mr. Tom Davenport takes over the mike at the
head table to read the class wills. tel Seniors mingle in the gazebo after having pictures made.
ffl Seniors get ready to dig in to Chicken Cordon Bleu at the banquet which was hosted by the
juniors at the Northwest Campus of Tarrant County Junior College overlooking Marine Creek
Junior Ask Senior :
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In the followlng space below please wrlte an orlglnal thought elther a phllosophy on
llfe whlch you belleve your formula for success or a favorlte saylng or quotatlon Try to
use less than 20-25 words
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Some men see th ings as they are and say why.
I dream Qfthzfngs that never were and say why
You are what you are. I am what I am. Be
what you 'll be, and I'll be what I'll be.
Plan each day like you 're going to live jhrever
and live each day like you 're going to die
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wants to .find it.
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completed his education and has settled down to
make a living, and you can take that to the
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about them. U' you are yourseU you may not
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will be there when you need them.
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To each his own.
No day is ever 0
ver Uit makes a memory.
Ask a person to write a simple line on their philoso-
phy of life, and what do you get? A variety of hems and
haws, and humphs, along with, and in some cases un-
believably, the sound of creaking and squeaking of
unoiled wheels being put into mental motion.
When the senior class was approached with the idea
of writing down their ideas of life in simple, short sen-
tences, just this situation happened. It was not an un-
common sight in government classes to see every stu-
dent either studiously chewing an eraser end, staring
off into space with a dreamy look in the eyes or pound-
ing a desk top in abject frustration.
Another thing which seemed to crop up was the vari-
ety of excuses used to cover up the fact that chewing
an eraser end, staring dreamily into space or pounding
in frustration on a desk top has failed to produce the
desired results. Many sentences became "lost" or "for-
gotten". There were the unusualsg such as "My dog ate
it" or "It got mailed to Florida".
Should just a little sentence take such mental energy
and time? Of course not. But it is interesting to note
that: who should take the longest, do the most eraser
chewing, the most dreaming, and the most avid desk
pounding? None other than the annual staff them-.
selves-who thought up the idea in the first place!
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Case of the Dumps
A simple smile is the universal language of the world. A smile enhances the beauty
of one's features and is the only communication system that allows a friendship to de-
velop in an instant. A smile is the most inexpensive gift you can give and the most
valuable one to receive. It can make a day that is doomed from the beginning seem
almost bearable. But most of all, a smile is a contagious anecdote for the blahs.
It is hard to describe the feeling a person gets when they are the object of a smile.
That warm radiating glow seems to surround and engulf you. It's one simple signal
that can make your day. Your entire being seems refreshed and excited. Especially
when the smile is from someone you love.
It is exciting that something that small and simple can be so big and meaningful.
The wonderful thing about a smile is that everyone understands it, and every person
comprehends the language of a smile. The next time you get a case of the hum drums,
try a smile and then watch what happens. It almost always works.
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Students Elect Ford in ock Election
Eighteen-year olds claimed the right to vote in their
first presidential election in 1976 and practiced party
politics by holding their own election prior to national
Many people said the school's mock presidential elec-
tion would reflect the outcome of the nation-wide elec-
tion, but fortunately, or unfortunately ftake your pickj
this assumption proved false.
Only a small percentage of the school enrollment
turned out to cast their votes for President Ford and
his Democratic opponent Jimmy Carter after debates
and campaigning by party factions. The turnout re-
flected the "I don't care" attitude so prevalent the last
few years in "adult" society. However, those who
voted, did so with enthusiasm and competition.
The results of the student elections showed that the
students thought "Ford had a better idea"-but the re-
sult of the national elections proved that Boswell's pop-
ular choice was misleading.
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Just to a "Tee"
Nearly every person can take a quick glance into their closet and
count a numerous number of T-shirts.
This year T-shirts played a big part in the life of Boswell students.
So many mornings, when getting ready for school, a T-shirt saved the
day, and solved the problem of what to wear. No matter where you
could go the T-shirt was in. With the constant change of clothing fads,
what was once only worn underneath became a popular choice for
A quick scan across the campus could reveal a flash of a great variety
of T-shirts. Every kind of emblem, picture and slogan imaginable was
being broadcast by T-shirts. College T-shirts were automatic tips to a
student's favorite school, class T-shirts distinguished class members
and some shirts even advertised favorite beverages and musical
groups. Pictures of stars or heroes could be found along with some T-
shirts revealing vacation spots.
T-shirts were so "in" that some were even personalized with names,
initials or even pictures of a favorite person.
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Although campus activities play a big part in students' lives
at Boswell, extracurricular activities kept them busier this
year. A familiar sight in the plaza were human pyramids made
of a group of husky, rambunctious boys, and yes, sometimes
even girls. Planning and painting designs on the cafeteria
walls kept students busy and goofing around was one of those
favorites past times students were wholeheartedly interested
In off-campus action, students participated in the annual
Golden Gloves, while others just sat at ring side.
The weekly Young Life gang was left awed at a few incred-
ible happenings such as Al Dunbar's swift digestion of
Skateboarding and just plain relaxing at lunch, helped stu-
dents get through what to them seemed a long year. But, in
reality, how short it really was.
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It was a cold, clear and damp night when the Pioneers
faced their first 1976 zone opponents, the Castleberry
Lions. The team which once competed in 4A competition
was the first for Boswell to meet under new UIL redist-
ricting. Boswell didn't mind the former 4A team as a 30
yard touchdown run by Bobby Fowler and a swift 65 yard
scoring run by Eddie Mori led the team to their first zone
The next zone game wasn't as cold, but the clear and
damp turned to cloudy and rain. The Pioneers got soaked
as they slipped by the Brewer Bears with a spectacular
catch by Chuck Thornton and two touchdowns by Danny
Henson, along with the brick wall of the Pioneers' de-
fense sparked the team to their second win.
Boswell then suffered their most disappointing defeat
of the year, the loss that was to put them out of the dis-
trict race and make Boswell fight for a second place in the
3A-5 west zone. The defeat came at the hands, or maybe
the feet, of the North Side Steers, who made a swift
come-from-behind second half win over Boswell.
fab Joe Morales corrals a Steer as Higgins, Taff and Bush rush in to help.
tbl All-district half back Jeff Dykes attempts to break away from a Car-
ter tackler and gain a first down for the Pioneers. tel The Azle Hornets
found the Pioneers defense a tough team to beat. fdj Sophomore quarter-
back Danny Henson tries to scramble away from a North Side defender
and get rid of the ball. tel Robert Majors puts the ball in the air for a
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The Pioneers only scores occurred in the first half with a l
22-yard gallop into the end zone by Ricky Corbin and a 27 T
yard left-footed, soccer style field goal by Tim Bicknell, his
goal by Tim Bicknell, his first of the year.
The Pioneers final game of the season teamed them
against second place contenders, Azle Hornets, in a match
for the spot. The Pioneers won the game 18-6 but the scoring
was another story. The Pioneers' first score come on a Paul
Jacobs interception which was run in from 35 yards out. Bi-
cknell also had a foot in the scoring as he booted his final
field goal of the year from the 20-yard line, and then there
was Jeff Dykes, whose running skill pounded out the way
for Boswell, game after game.
Making the All-Zone team were: Ricky Walton, Gary
Bush, Jeff Dykes, Pete Higgins, and Vernon Sanders. Mak-
ing the All-District team Were: Ricky Walton, Gary Bush,
Jeff Dykes, and Vernon Sanders.
fab The Pioneer offense lines up head to head with the Azle defense in at-
tempt to score. tbl Senior Chuck Thornton blocks a Brewer defender to help
clear the way for a Pioneer back. ich Senior noseguard Ricky Taff watches
the sidelines for signals of the next defensive play. tdj The Pioneer defense
lines up against Azle to "show 'em who's boss." feb Gary Bush and Tom
Oliveira attempt to stop a Crowley Eagle.
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swims toward the goal line in the
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gins watches the Pioneer offense attempt to gain more yard-
age. Ccl Marek Sayers runs ahead of ball carrier Victor Barrera
as he returns a punt to put the Pioneers in good field position.
ldl Gary Bush assists a team mate in tackling a Carter back.
fel Coach Neal Wilson and staff study strategy for upcoming
play. ffl Junior Billy Langley blocks up the middle against the
Cal The Pioneer offense executes a well-developed play to gain more yardage. tbl Chuck
Boggess boots another spiraling punt in attempt to back the Hornets up against their
wall. tel The Pioneer defenders gang-tackle a North Side Steer. fdl Senior Sharon Jacobs
expresses her excitement after she is named 1976 Football Sweetheart.
Galnesville 36 6 Boswell
Browley 0 Boswell
Grapevine 14 14 Boswell
Diamond H111 49 Boswell
Castleberry 0 28 Boswell
Brewer 2 Boswell
No1'th Side 20 9 Boswell
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Morales. Third row-Pete Higgins, Robert Jackson, Robert Watson, Tim Bicknell, Mark Yawter, Marek Sayers, Robert Majors. Lee Rob-
erts, Gary Bush, Bobby Fowler. Fourth row-Gary Jones, Randy Hutchens, Richard Webb, Jack Heffelfinger, Brad Harris, Vernon Saud-
Ors, Doug Grope, Billy Langley, Chris Saw,'Robert Elliott. Fifth row-Mark Jackson, Paul Jacobs, Danny Henson, Mike Stokdyk. Jarvis
Stevenson, Victor Barrera.
Junior ar ity
The '76 J.V. team broke even with a season record of four wins, four
losses and a tie.
In the opening game of the season the junior varsity beat Crowley
32-12, but as the season continued the J.V. team had their ups and
The offense was led by quarterback Dave McWhorter, backs Andy
Stevenson and Roger Hammons and end Randy Newsom. The offen-
sive line was headed by Reese Reed, Tommy Curtis, Burt Corbin and
Pat Yochum, all of whom did an excellent job opening the holes for the o
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George helped contribute to the overall success of the defense along T
with Rich Houston, Scott Staton and Ken Rogers. a
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O'Rourke, Brad Gallman. Seeond Row: Loyd Thigpen, Rich Houston, David Murphy, Terry Loyd, Logan Holmes, Gregg Truitt, Ronnie
Crowley, Butch Hoover, Scott Blakernan, Kenneth Rogers. Third Row: Jim Cantwell, Randy Newsom, Dale Payne, Tommy Curtis, Richard
Murray, David Beezley, Pat Yoehum, Paul Krause, Woody Underwood, Burt Corbin. Fourth Row: David George, Jimmie Rogers, Roger
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4-5 record. They proved their potential to be strong towards
the latter part of the season by winning their last three
games. After the first three defeats they became a winning
and demanding team. They only lost two close end-of-the
season games. Their final game was a come-from-behind 13-
7 victory over Azle.
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clutches of a defender in one of the early games of the season.
Boys Have Disappointing Season
The Pioneers had a very disappointing season, end-
ing up with a 6-24 record. But the Pioneers' record did
not reflect the spirit and determination that the team
played with throughout the entire season, with scores
of tooth and nail battles which mostly ended with the
Pioneers on the low side of the scoreboard.
The roundballers participated in three tournaments,
their most successful one at Mansfield where they cap-
tured the consolation trophy. The entire tournament
was the most satisfying and provided several exciting
and outstanding games.
Coach Sammy Rodriguez, who moved from Wayside
to coach the boys for the first year, expected a good
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through air in an attempt to block a Bulldog pass. fel Senior
Ricky Walton jumps up for another two points for the Pio-
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Henson reaches for a handle.
season with the height and hustle the team had. They
were soon in need of players after various injuries
plagued the team and loss of team members cut the
number on the starting squad.
To fill in the gaps, Rodriguez, drafted junior varsity
players. The season's outstanding players included
Kent Vincent, Scott Staton, Ricky Walton, Craig
Strain, Dick Elkins, Tim Thornton and Danny Henson.
The Pioneers are coming back next year with five play-
ers who frequently started, which include Henson,
Thornton, Vincent and Staton. Chris Shaw will also re-
turn with the others in hopes of to achieving a winning
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makes a clear shot against Everman in a losing but chal-
lenging effort, Qcl Craig Strain makes a side shot for
two points as Aledo defenders look on. ldl Elkins tries to
out-jump a player as he aims for the net during a home
game. fel Senior Kathy Keith expresses excitement at
being chosen basketball sweetheart. Escorting her is
team member Tim Gauntt.
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son, Tim Gzumtt, Tim Thornton, Ricky Wal-
ton. Back: David Hunter, Jerry Jorgenson,
Chris Shaw, Kent Vincent, Dick Elkins, Craig
Strain, Scott Staton, Coach Sam Rodriguez.
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Boswell's JV team had an average season com-
piling an 11-11 record.
The team showed much improvement as the
season progressed. A few of the standouts for the
season were Ricky Mori, Bill Flowers, Dan Estel,
Wes Tipton and Richard Murray. Coach Bob
Bogue commented, "lt was a very fine season for
my first year to coach the boys."
Some of the most exciting games were against
Castleberry and Mansfield. In competition with
Castleberry the boys tied it up at 60-60 at the end
of regulation time. It looked as if the team had
the momentum to pull out another victory. How-
ever, the Lions thought differently when they put
the ball in the bucket at the buzzer. Although boys
had many overtime victories, the Lions took this
one. Mansfield was another team who forced an
overtime game, after tying 35-35 an end of regu-
lation time. The Pioneers won the game 40-35.
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Wes Tipton, Richard Murray, Tommy Sharp, Vincent Shilling, Bill Flowers,
Ricky Corbin, David Beezley, Dan Estel, Jeff Hatley, David Dumas, Mike
Thomas. QCD Ricky Mori drives though the lane to get an easy basket and up
the Pioneer score. fdj Dan Estel shoots from outside while Wes Tipton
moves into position for the rebound. teh Wes Tipton shoots successfully from
outside to add another two points. ffl Junior David Beezley reaches for the
rebound as Dan Estel anticipates the ball coming his way.
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The freshman boys basketball team competed well in non-
district play but slowed down before district began.
In nondistrict play their record was a solid 14-6, and in dis-
trict it was 2-5. Many of the games were decided by a very
few points. This was true especially in district where three
out of seven games were lost by less than five points. They
also showed the ability that they could win some close games
as they took both district wins by two points or less.
Danny Pemberton was the leading scorer for the fresh-
men squad with a total of 352 points for the season.
The frosh competed in three tournaments during the year.
At Keller they won third, they brought home the consolation
trophy from Castleberry and in their own tournament were
defeated in the bid for the consolation spot.
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goal tbl Tim Stevens takes a side shot for the
team. fel Stevens and Danny Pemberton try
to cut off an opponent from gaining ground
with the ball. fdj Phil Shroyer leaps up for
two. fel Freshman team members: Chris Har-
din, Mike Crisco, Mark Kloster, Steve Van
Loh, Keith Jackson, Danny Pemberton, Randy
Lauderdale, Kelly Bailey, Marty Ezell, Reed
Bogue, Tim Stevens, Phillip Shroyer, Jeff
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tal The 3A-5 most valuable player Rachel Glover reaches to block an Azle forward in the district play-
off game. tbl Lisa Daughtrey takes a shot at regional play-offs against Center in Athens. fc! Diana
Otto shoots to a victory against the Decatur Eagles. td! Wagon Women head toward the state play-offs
with a victory at regional the game with Debra Hawthorne swishing the basket for two. fel Dorothy
Hamman adds to the varsity score in a home game. ffl Donna Steele and Beth Blount guard against
Hornet points. fgj Rachel Glover stays with a DeSoto forward during bi-district play.
The girls' varsity basketball team traveled through a very successful round ball
season and became the first girls team ever to go to state semi-finals.
The girls started in non-district play by playing in three tournaments and trav-
eling to different schools to bring home a record of 13-3. The team received a con-
solation trophy in the Weatherford College Tournament with Donna Steele and
Deniece Blount being named all-tournament players. Third place was received in
the Decatur Tournament, and during the U.T.A. Classic Beth Blount received all-
tournament honors. After a ten-day lay off during Christmas the cagers came out
of district play with a 9-1 record. Azle became an obstacle after beating the
wagonwomen in one of their last games, but Boswell came up on top in the play-
offs for the district 3A-5 title.
The team advanced to regionals by defeating DeSoto 76-41. The cagers ad-
vanced to the play-offs in Athens to meet Center. During the first half of play the
score seemed to be equalized for both teams, but during the final minutes the
Pioneerettes pulled the game from Center's reach.
Back row: Katie Reynolds, Becky Gillen, Davonna Mann, Susan Richardson, Donna Beezley, Ruthie Caffey, Dorene
Moser, Denise Lodes, Cheryl Williams. Front: Beth Blount, Donna Steele, Tina Elledge, Dorothy Hamman, Rachel
Glover, Diana Otto, Debra Hawthorne, Denice Blount, Coach Ernie Enax.
At the end of February the girls found them- ' T ' ' Q -I' ll' " T
selves in Austin for the state play-offs. Boswell 'fo "'ve',"d
was scheduled to play three-time state qualifiers
Waco Midway. The first half of play was very y
close and planned out for both teams. During the l
third quarter Boswell was stalled, only gaining a
few points. The game ended 74-59, with Midway l
Junior Dorothy Hamman was named to the All-
State Tournament Team. But by making the
play-offs honor came for the whole team. Coach
Don Enax was named 3A-5 "Coach of the Year."
Dianna Otto and Rachel Glover were named
"Most Valuable Players," and Donna Steele and
Beth Blount were named all-district first teams
and Deniece Blount and Dorothy Hamman all-dis-
trict second team.
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Competition with Waco
The girls' junior varsity basketball team racked up
an impressive 21-1 record this year behind the dead
eye shooting of Lisa Daughtrey and the sound de-
fensive play of Lynda Bicknell.
The team's only defeat came at the hands of the
Azle Hornets, who had received their only loss ear-
lier in the season from the Boswell roundballers.
The year proved to be a very winning experience
for the team, which will provide spark to next year's
varsity as they move up.
In pre-district action, the team averaged 52 points
per game and the defense held opponents to 41.
Daughtrey averaged 28 points per game and Bi-
cknell was the leading rebounder for the team.
In overall competition the Pioneers averaged 49
points per game to their opponents' 35.
L-R1 Katie Reynolds, Kathy Shilling, Barbara Beyer, Stacy Strain, Dori Dittfurth, Lynda Bicknell, Missy Glover, Amhy
Winehell, Shanna Love, Lisa Dauglitrey, Janet Hill, Becky Stafford, Laura Guaclagni, Annette Summers, Kim Burris
and Coach Don Enax.
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an opposing guard defends the basket. tbl L to R-
Kathy Kallas, Angela Barrera, Sandra Figueroa, De-
lores Contreras, Cathy Lewis, Donna Reynolds, Car-
ter Horner, Susie Reece, Debbie Hill, Jill Heffelfi-
nger, Dana McElreath, Debbie Wagner, Susan
Keys, Diana Wartelle, Sherri Means, Tammy Grant,
Angela Russell, Donna Perkins tel A freshman team
member stretches to put a two-point shot over a de-
fender. fdj Debbie Wagner is fouled as she attempts
to pass the ball away from another player. tel Dana
McElreath dribbles the ball as the Pioneerettes set
up for action toward the goal.
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ups and downs. Although their record was eight wins and 16
losses, the games were exciting and hard fought.
A lot of character was displayed throughout the season by
the young roundballers. Consistently showing spirit and prom-
ise were Dana McElreath, Diana Wartelle, Debbie Wagner, Jill
Heffelfinger, Debbie Hill, Susie Reece and Kathy Kallas.
The girls finished out the season in third place in the district
rankings. Coach Dana McCarroll remarked that the season was
one of learning and gaining experience. According to Coach
McCarroll, the girls never quit, and always went into a game
with everything they had.
Kal Ricky Mori rounds the bend in the track just a step
ahead of his competitor in a race at the Pioneer Relays
early in the season. tbl Danny Henson breaks the string at
the Mustang Relays for the Pioneers. fel Billy Langley
strides longways to get across a hurdle. fdl Eddie Mori goes
high to clear the bar in high jump. fel Freshman coach Mike
Fritz double checks times with time keepers at the Brewer
Relays. ffl J.J,, the youngest of the Mori competitors, keeps
a step in front of a runner in the mile event for the fresh-
men. lgl Danny Pemberton hurdles high for the Pioneers.
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The work the Pioneer track team has put in for the
past few years finally came to a successful finish as
they brought home three meet victories early in the
season and had two runners qualify for the regional
meet. The cindermen hosted and won the first meet of
the season, the Pioneer Relays. It was the first meet
Boswell cindermen had won since the '60's and after
racking up 115 team points, the Pioneers were on their
way to a spectacular season.
But the real stars were the Mori brothers, who scored
many first and second places, chalking up points to
help the Boswell tracksters win at Grapevine and Bre-
wer. And then there was Roger Corbin, the freshman
who captured a first place in the pole vault almost ev-
ery time. Boswell finished fifth in the district meet,
with 43 points and Ricky Mori and Kurt Eagle quali-
fied for the regional meet in the 440 and mile runs.
This year's track season was one of the best ever and
with many returners next year, Boswell can only look
forward to another great season.
Front: Butch Hoover, Ricky Allison, Kurt Eagle, Larry Holt, Ricky Mori,
Roger Corbin, Mark Techmeyer. Middle: Billy Langley, Derrell Martin,
Victor Barrera, Danny Henson, Dewain Smith, Kevin Stephenson, Joel
Green. Back: Paul Jacobs, Tim Bicknell, Gary Bush, Dan Estel, Ricky
Corbin, Doug Grope, Chris Shaw, Brad Harris, Richard Murray, Coach
David Ballauer. faj Brad Harris outruns a contender in his event at the
Pioneer Relays in March. tbl Junior Kurt Eagle was a regional qualifier
in the mile run.
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The girls' track team got a late start this year,
after traveling to the state basketball tourna-
ment, which allowed them time to only compete
in three meets before district.
The girls competed at Comanche, Richland and
Everman. With only three seniors the team was
comparatively young and inexperienced, but this
didn't dampen the Pioneerettes' spirit. Consistent
points were collected by the mile relay team made
up of Beth Blount, Devonna Mann, Tina Elledge
and Becky Gillen, the 880 relay, with Elledge, Lisa
Daughtrey, Lynda Bicknell and Blount as runners
and Dorothy Hamman in the triple jump,
Daughtrey in the long jump, Rachel Glover in the
high jump, Donna Steele in the hurdles and fresh-
man Susan Keys in the 880 run.
The district track meet at Mansfield proved
that the girls needed just a little more time to be
ready. Close finishes were recorded in the mile
relay, 880 run, the triple jump, hurdles and high
jump, with the girls barely being edged out in
many events. The freshmen came in second in dis-
trict in the junior varsity division with the mile
relay winning first.
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Donna Elledge. Middle seated: Delores Contreras, Sheri Means, Susie Reece,
Debbie Wagner, Sheryl Fowler. Back: Donna Reynolds, Debbie Hill, Jill Hef-
felfinger, Diane Wartelle, Kathy Kallas, Cathy Lewis, Tammy Grant, Janice
Thompson. ldj Donna Steele fbehind runnerl competed in hurdles at the girls
district track meet. Cel Varsity team members were front: Annette Summers,
Becky Stafford, Dori Dittfurth, Stacy Strain, Dorothy Hamman, Missy Glover,
Rachel Glover, Susan Keys. Back: Laura Guadagni, Darla Hard, Becky Gillen,
Davonna Mann, Donna Steele, Doreen Moser, Beth Blount, Tina Elledge, Lisa
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over the high bar, tbl Dorothy Hanman strains forward
in the triple jump as teammates watch in background.
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880 relay. fdl 440 Relay members Janet Hill and Da-
vonna Mann make a quick connection for a hand off. fel
Freshman Missy Glover shows form as she puts the
shot. ffl Donna Elledge strains for the tape, winning the
440 run for the freshman. fgl Lisa Daughtrey stretches
for distance as she lands in the long jump pit.
Best of Seasons
Boswell's sluggers finished second in district in the
spring and compiled one of the best records a Pioneer
baseball team has ever had.
Several years of hard work paid off for the Pioneers
as they stayed in the district race until the game be-
fore the end of the season.
Boswell ended up with a 15-7 record and 8-5 for dis-
trict. The sluggers played with a lot of heart as they
pulled out several close games for victories.
Boswell competed in two tournaments and won con-
solation in the Cowtown Tourney, which was the first
trophy won by a baseball team at Boswell.
The Pioneers' chief competition and most demand-
ing opponents were the Lions from Castleberry who
took the zone lead from reach of the team with 7-0 and
6-5 wins. Azle also handed the Pioneers some rough
competition as they led in the last game 1-0 until the
Pioneers tied them in the final innings. In overtime
play the Hornets were sparked by a hit to left field
which brought around the winning run and drained the
Pioneers chance of victory in their last game.
Close games were not uncommon as the North Side
team threatened in their second meeting until the Pio-
neers defeated them in extra innings after their 10-0
first outing slaughter of the Steers.
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ball as an Azle Hornet advances on his team-
mates' hit. tbl Pioneer players take a break as
they wait calmly for their turn to bat during a
home game. fcj Paul Jacobs gets back to second
safely as an Azle defender drops to his knees in
an attempt to tag him. fdj Back Row: Robert El-
liott, David McWhorter, Tommy Sharp, Scott Sta-
ton, Rich Houston, Mark Vawter, Paul Jacobs.
Middle: Coach Danny Jordon, Tommy Hoover,
Danny Henson, Ricky Walton, Tim Bicknell,
Mike Kellum, Coach Bill Adams. Front: Gig
Benton, Tom Holt, Ricky Mori, Chuck Boggess,
Lupe Castillo. fel Senior Ricky Walton follows
through on his pitch and strikes out another bat-
ter in the season finale at Azle, ffl Junior Ricky
Mori takes a good swing for a base hit which
helped to rally the Pioneers and put them into ex-
tra innings against Azle to break a tie game.
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whizzes the ball past a Brewer batter. tbl A Pioneer
makes a grab for the first base bag safely after a
lead-off in attempt to steal second. tcj Tim Bicknell
runs a base hit out to first in a game against Castle-
berry, which the Lions won 7-0 in their first meeting
against the Pioneers. fdl Catcher Rich Houston gets
a hit with a mighty swing at the plate. Cel Coach Bill
Adams checks lead-off batter Chuck Boggess' knee
after he is hit by a ball at the plate.
Six G mnasts
Go To State
The gymnastics team were hosts for the 1977
Regional meet at Birdville Coliseum. Both boys
and girls placed third in the meet and qualified
six gymnasts for the state meet in San Angelo.
Janet Fulkerson traveled to the meet to compete
on the beam and floor, Melinda Newcom in vault-
ing and Don Allison on side horse. Dennis Gray
competed in vaulting, Mike Gray in rings and
high bar and David Martin in floor.
All team members will return next year except
seniors David Martin and Nancy Newcom who re-
ceived the first Debbie Johansen Scholarship at
the state meet.
The class sponsored a summer clinic for area
residents for the second year and held a weekly
clinic at night throughout the school year.
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com, Jamie Tidwcll, Coach La Shan Malunowe. Front: Chris Blake-
man, Melinda Newcom, Connie Williams, Carol Lay, Janet Fulkerson,
Teresa Allen. Ccb Back: James Wood, Randy Caffey, Dennis Gray, Da-
vid Martin, Don Allison, Coach Darrell Daniel. Front: Michael Gray,
Kevin Robinson, Ricky Raesz, Jeff Cantwell, Chris Hardin.
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night gymnastics program. fdj Janet Fulkerson springs from the
beam after performing a routine in a home meet. fel Mike Gray prac-
tices on the rings for state competition. lfj Melinda Newcom swings
on the uneven bars. fgl Janet Fulkerson performs for judges in a
meet. fhj Don Allison masters the horse for the state meet.
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The varsity girls' volleyball team came in second
in the West Zone behind state semifinalist
The girls played in one tournament where they
advanced to the semifinals and were defeated by
Sherman. The netters experienced a successful sea-
son as they threatened to tie the Lions' district
record until their last meeting which ended in de-
feat for the Pioneerettes.
The girls had a "exceptional season" according to
Coach Dana McCarroll. All-West Zone honors went
to seniors Deniece Blount and Diana Otto.
The junior varsity also recorded a good season. Al-
though they lacked height, they made up for it on
the nets in spirit and fought their way through dis-
trict. In zone they also placed second behind Castle-
berry. The junior varsity will take a lot of experience
to next year's varsity team.
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Blount. Back: Coach Dana McCarroll, Cheryl Anthony, Debra Haw-
thorne, Diana Otto, Denise Lodes, Kim Burris. tel Junior Varsity team
member Terri Campbell puts the ball into the air. ldl Kim Parker re-
turns the ball forthe J.V. tel All-Zone player Diana Otto sets up a ball to
All-Zoner teammate Deniece Blount as Cheryl Anthony watches. ffl .lu-
nior Varsity team: Terri Campbell, Shanna Love, Vicki Vosberg, Kim
Parker, Sue Richardson, Barbara Bever, Becky Gillen. Front: Kim Bur-
ris, Coach Dana McCarroll. tgl Ruthie Caffey returns the ball during a
game with Brewer.
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A boys and girls doubles team advanced to the re-
gional play-offs in Denton in the spring after winning
second place at the district tournaments held in April.
Mike Jenkins and Craig Wagner represented the
boys tennis team and Debra Hawthorne made her third
appearance at the regional level with her partner this
year Tami Womack. Both teams were stopped in play
at the play-offs, but for the Boswell netters, it was the
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Hawthorne, Delisa Woolscy. Back: Coach Harold Hawthorne, Gary Spraggens, Chuck
Johnson, Mier Brown, Craig Wagner, Keith Moore. Scott Werrell, Jerry Jorgensen, Barry
Davis, Mike Bell.
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first time for both teams to make it to regional play.
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three years of competing. Mier Brown finished third in
district for the freshmen and the doubles team of Scott
Worrell and Keith Moore were third. Junior Barry
Davis also took a third place in singles for the boys.
tal Junior Tami Womack returns a ball during an after school practice. tbl The doubles
team of Craig Wagner and Mike Jenkins went to regionals. ich Coach Harold Hawthorne
wheels a basket of practice balls out to the courts. ld! Debra Hawthorne hits the ball back
over the net. fel and Cf! Wagner and Hawthorne practice before their trips to the regional
meet in Denton in the spring.
Front: Steve Van Loh, Donna Beezley, Dorothy Hamman, Diana Otto, Susan Chambers, Cindy Thomspon, Deniece Blount, Andy
Temple. Back: David Suges, Reed Bogue, Kelly Bailey, Dean Russell, Roy Russell, Vincent Shilling, Mark Crisco, Terry Loyd,
Marty Satterfield, Tim Thornton, Coach Sammy Rodriguez.
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Although it was the first year for senior transfer student
Donna Beezley to compete in golf at Boswell, she swung her
way through the district girls meet and won first place in re-
gional play at Denton. She shot in the low 100's in her attempt
to place at the state meet, which was held in Austin in May.
The girls' team participated in several tournaments prior to
their district meet and the boys hosted the district tournament
at the Lake Country course in April. The boys team won the
Keller Tournament, played at Willow Springs Golf Course,
with the fine play of Mark Crisco and Reed Bogue, who
matched each other in sudden death play-off after scoring
lah Junior Andy Stevenson takes off for a practice round at Lake Country golf
course. tbl Team member Diana Otto takes a practice swing for the photogra-
pher. fcj Students used the Lake Country course for qualifying rounds before
the district tournaments. ld? Terry Loyd looks in anticipation as he measures a
putt. fel State qualifier Donna Beezley tries to sink a short putt during an af-
ternoon round on the practice course.
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The Pioneer Sound Machine created quite a
sensation at the first football game of the '76-
.'77 season by stepping off in sparkling new
The uniforms, ordered in early 1976, were de-
livered in early August amid much excitement,
and were presented at the first game.
The band, under the directorship of Mr. John
Mason and Mr. Steve White, hit the field under
the field leadership of Head Drum Major Beth
Ham, and assistant Drum Majors Gary Pitt-
man and Cathy Nutt. In the fall, the band
marched in the Pioneer Celebration Day Pa-
rade, and after much work, they attended the
U.I.L. Marching Contest where they received a
In December the band presented a Christmas
concert and several member participated in the
orchestra for the fall play. At the last home
football game Kelly Alvis and David Williams
were selected Band Sweetheart' and Beau.
The band had four members who made
high school All-Region band honors and prese-
nted a concert in January. These members
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Becky Brooks and Pat Vawter
qualified for the 9th grade All-Re-
Several groups of students par-
ticipated in the U.I.L. solo and en-
semble contest in February, and
returned with good results.
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concert and sightreading contest
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emonies the seniors participated
in one last song before receiving
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With the leadership of council officers, the student group provided
service at many school functions during the year and sponsored
many fun activities as well as community projects.
Helping with the organization of Homecoming, the council
presented a float during halftime, sponsored the class banner con-
test and sold ballons which were sent air born at kick-off time.
The annual faculty-council volleyball game ended with the faculty
members as victors, even though the council combined strength and
talent in hopes of upsetting the two teams. Admission was used up
to help purchase turkeys for area needy families for the holidays.
The student body collected over 700 cans to be divided among the
families for the council food drive.
The council organized a program of skits before Christmas which
included talent from various organizations and clubs from campus.
In February the first annual "Gong Show" pitted the talent of the
teachers against the arms of the "Gong" judges. The council
rewarded the stage hounds by hosting a breakfast for them on April
Fool Day. The Over Fifties group from Saginaw were guests of the
council for the second year as they toured the campus, were enter-
tained with skits and music and ate lunch on campus before depart-
ing. The state convention was attended in the spring and election of
officers was held to end the year's schedule.
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year working with cars and learning various parts of the
motor and what makes engines run. Class time, which was
two hours in length, was spent changing plugs and points,
oil and filters, washing, waxing and performing general
maintenance on cars which were brought to the shop for
service. The only charge for the work was cost of the
parts. Money which was made from washing cars went
into the club treasury and was used throughout the year
for various outings for class members. Q
Learning the basics in building and construc-
tion was the goal of students in the two-hour
course of construction trades. Class members
learned to mix and pour concrete and cement
and to frame and build various structures.
Work during the year consisted of doing repair
work to structures, making improvements and
building for individuals. The classes built stor-
age houses and displayed them in their shop.
The structures were dismantled and sold to in-
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volved with many classroom projects this
year, their biggest undertaking being the
The float, which was a gazebo that seated
the queen nominees, was designed and built
by the club. The float was made of hundreds
of tissue flowers individually made by art
Throughout the year classes made pottery
and worked on various art techniques in
preparation for the Show-Off in May. There
were activities in pen and ink drawings,
paintings, macrame, pastel drawings and
charcoal and contour drawings.
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The year for Pep Squad did not end with the fi-
nal football game as the girls attended basketball
games and followed the girls' varsity to regional
state semi-finals in Austin. The yellow buses took
the girls wherever the team went and they dis-
played the spirit that helped the Pioneers get to
The pep squad, over 100 strong, formed a field
routine group of 30 during the football season
which entertained the home crowd before each
game. For Homecoming, the girls displayed a spe-
cial card section from the stands.
They ended the year with their annual picnic
and election of officers for 1977-78.
Members of the Math Club were busiest during February preparing for their second annual
number sense and slide rule contest. Practice paid off for two math students as Jim Bob Atchi-
son and Jeff Cantwell qualified first and second for the regional competition in slide rule in
the spring at the district UIL meet. The club participated in many activities during the year
including a skit at the Christmas program and took a trip to visit the LBJ Ranch and Library
in March. -
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David Lang was the overall winner of the JETS Science
Fair in the spring and went on to TCU to take awards at
the regional fair with his display on Insulin. Other science
fair participants won recognition at the TCU fair and
brought home special awards. The annual fair was set up
in the Science Building for public display and was judged
by outside judges and the winners of the district-wide
contest were announced in an assembly at Boswell. Win-
ners were presented with trophies and ribbons.
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play which members of the Speech and Drama
Department began preparing for early in the
year. As soon as the production was over, the
choir, band members and the drama students
began rehearsing for the December musical
"Alice in Wonderland". The lead role of Alice
was protrayed by Boswell's Swedish exchange
student Ulla Nassander.
Attention turned to the UIL one-act play en-
try "The Flies" in the spring. The play ad-
vanced from zone to district to area and then
regional competition. Shelly Van Meter was se-
lected as "Best Actress" at all contests all the
way through regional and several other cast
members received all-star cast honors and hon-
Students in each division of the UIL individ-
ual events qualified for the regional meet at
Denton in the spring. The department helped
gain over 150 points in the spring meet which
was hosted by Boswell, to Win the Sweepstakes
At the state meet freshman Mary Parker
won second in poetry interpretation. James
Sanders was a state qualifier in persuasive
speaking and Kyle Watson and Stephen Sand-
ers were qualifiers in debate.
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Choir members started their performing early with a welcome concert for
parents and faculty at the September open house. A special Madrigal sing-
ing group was also a new addition to the department and they represented
the school by entertaining at various luncheons and meetings throughout
the year in the surrounding area.
The choir joined in with the drama students for the production of "Alice
in Wonderland" in the fall and helped with the "Thoughts on Stage" presen-
tation in May. They sponsored the district-wide talent show in March and
presented a special music arrangement in the spring.
The year was one of the busiest for Spanish students
with the highlights of the year being the presentation
of a workshop at the state Pan American Student Fo-
rum convention in San Antonio and the winning of a
scholarship by Sherri Edwards.
Most of the year was spent in preparation of "Asi Es
Panama" for PASF's golden anniversary convention.
The group presented costumes, foods, customs, a slide
show and program surrounding their theme.
Cindy Willbanks was district PASF chairman. Bos-
well activities included visits to a rest home at Christ-
mas with favors and dinner at various members'
homes. The club helped to finance their projects by sell-
ing candy early in the year. They attended a language
fair at Austin College in the spring and competed,
bringing home awards in many categories.
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the native country and prepared for a trip over the
summer months to Europe to visit the places they have
studied. The trip sprang from the correspondence of
the pen pals, who will also be coming to America to
visit later in the year.
Members of the club participated in the foreign lan-
guage festival at Austin College in Sherman in the
spring. Students found themselves to be winners in
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members' homes, with each including a picnic, dinner
or party. One such meeting included a dinner prepared
of French foods, including French menus.
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Pioneer Press Staff
Thirty students staffed the school publication for the 1976-77
year. Sue Hampton, Tommy Curtis and Katie Reynolds were editors
of the bi-monthly paper which received an award of Distinguished
Merit from the UIL Press Conference in the spirng. It was the sec-
ond time in three years for the paper to receive the honor for "out-
standing quality placed in the highest rank of Texas school newspa-
pers in its classification" for the school year. Senior Van Hartnitt
received a third place in the state in sports writing for a story about
the Boswell-Grapevine tie during football season. The staff was ad-
vised by Rennetta Davis.
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Spring came around too soon for the staff of the 1977 Pio-
i neer and brought with it the rush and hassle of deadlines.
Ten students made up the staff which envisioned the book
i as what it might be and then set about to attempt to make it
fit their dream. Lost rulers, misplaced reduction wheels and l
the never-ending search for a pencil were mind-bogglers for
the staff during deadline times. Courageous staff members
. included Janice Cantwell, Beth Ham, Cammie Lewis, Judy
Pike, Ricky Taff, Shelly Van Meter, Donna Thompson,
Chuck Thornton, Sharon Jacobs and Randy Carroll.
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throughout the year starting it off with a
fashion show and ending with a hayride
in May with their brother club, F.F.A. An-
other fashion show was presented in the
spring with summer styles from
The club members worked in the con-
cession stands at all home football games
throughout the season to raise money for
projects. They took skits and favors to a
nursing home for Christmas spirit and
participated in the Student Council
In April seven of the FHA'ers attended
the annual state convention in Houston
which climaxed the club's activities for
Future Teachers Of America
The Future Teachers of America were busy this year
sponsoring the district convention and officers work-
shop. This came about with the election of Susan
Brookshire as district President. Janice Lambert be-
came district secretary after a resignation. The club
sold spirit flowers during football season, donuts in the
mornings before school, made love-grams at Valen-
tine's Day, and collected money for Muscular Distrophy
on St. Patrick's Day.
Ten members went to San Antonio in February to
attend the state convention. Kim Reed ran for state
vice-president and James Sanders competed in the
State Mr. FTA competition after receiving first on the
district level. Janice Cantwell was first runner-up in
the district Miss FTA competition.
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Students in child development spent three days a week in class-
rooms in the district schools learning to teach and observing behav-
ior of early childhood and kindergarten students. In addition to their
regular center schedules, they spent two full days during the year in
schools helping the teachers.
This was the first year for students to work in a day care center,
where children of working parents are left for supervision all day.
Students were transported to Hansel and Gretel Day Care Center on
Jacksboro Highway for work in an actual child care program.
The club sponsored a Halloween party and a Christmas party for
two local day care centers from money they made from candy sales
in November. The club members also made their own T-shirts.
Members met for dinner at various houses during the year and
topped the year off with a trip to Six Flags in the spring.
The Office Education Association was
headed this year by two presidents, one for
the laboratory class, and another for the co-
op class. The year began with the installa-
tion of new officers and several meetings
with members going out to eat. A progres-
sive dinner was held at Christmas time.
The officers and members attended the
area competition at the Northwest campus
of TCJC in February' and several girls at-
tended the state contests in Fort Worth as
delegates and the highlight of the year was
the national convention, which was held in
Houston in May.
A banquet was held toward the end of the
year for employers and their co-op students.
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The VOCCT chapter from Boswell took first place in
the Business Procedures contest at the state convention
for the second year in Dallas in April. Laura Rogers, The-
resa Majors, and Cynthia White received honorable men-
tions in individuals events and the scrapbook, entered by
Elena Castillo, placed in the top four.
a c c r The girls kept in practice throughout the year by doing
all duplication jobs for the school and many outside jobs
for area organizations.
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this year to receive instructions in preparation for becoming
beauticians. Other VICA members were involved with jobs off
campus and the group prepared to go to their convention in
March in Wichita Falls. Mr. Joe Penn sponsored the group who
was headed by David Burris as the club president.
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was the first female ever to qualify for state in the petroleum marketing
division and Shan went in merchandise display. Shan missed a trip to the
national finals later in the year after tying with another DECA student.
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meeting in July, going to the Keller livestock
show in August and winning the Herdsman
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els and then the district leadership conference
which was hosted by Boswell. The department
sponsored a welding course in the fall and
graduated students who attended. The club
sold oranges and grapefruit during the months
before Christmas for their money-making
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they attended workshops and judging contests
at other schools. Tina Hogan was elected dis-
trict sweetheart and attended the area contest
in May with the club.
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ting a banquet in the Student Center which
was for members and families.
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son. They traveled to the away games
by bus and helped at home football
games to direct traffic and park cars.
They were headed by sponsors Robert
Blakey and Deryl Fox. The group
worked throughout the season to help
in many areas.
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well Chapter of the National Honor Society during cere-
monies in May.
Organization president Brenda Pope read the creed as
the new members became officially installed. Members of
the group are selected on their scholarship, service, lead-
ership and character. Other officers of the group were
Tim Gauntt, Denise Lodes, Van Hartnitt, and Deniece
Boswell's spirit leaders for the year were varsity cheer-
leaders Nancy Newcom, Tina Hogan, Kathy Keith, Sherry
Ward, Ginger Nethery and Melinda Newcom. The cheer-
leaders, along with the pep squad, traveled with the vari-
ous teams throughout the year, their longest venture
being to Austin in February with the girls' basketball
team at the state tournament. Junior varsity cheerleaders
for the year were Anna Cruz, Diana Garza, Laura
Ritchey, Teresa Allen, Julie Smith and Sharon Kret.
Cheering for the freshman teams were Dee Dee Long,
Cathy Lewis, Janet Fulkerson, Sherri Means, Susie Reece
and Tina Chancellor.
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Robert Bogue -lim AtChiSOU Jan Clements Cleveland Blakely
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Cromeans Darrell Damffl Davenport Davis Gwen Dean
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Robert Taylor Rodriguez Settemeyer Sylvia
Art Wilcock Billie
Nancy Tyler Underwood
Walter York Sharon Young
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And sunset, and the colors ofthe earth.
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for the freshman teams along with being active in gymnastics
and pep squad.
Favorite Aaron Yochum was a member of the football team and
participated in track during the spring.
Anderson Joe Arnold Applewhite
Boyd Angela Gerardo
Barksdale Barrera Barrera
Leah Bowers Gary Brinkley B
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Copenhaven Roger Corbin
Don Dagg Holly Dakan
Chancellor Ben Chapman
Eric Cook Randy Cope
Sally Crowley JHSSG Cruz
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Reese was elected class favorite for the second year. He was an
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Tim Alegria Teresa Allen
Dwaine Jody Alvarado Tim Allen
Allison Frank Ray Anderson
Laurie Arnold Arteaga James Askey
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Kenneth Head Kim Helm
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Marty Baker Chl-ig
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1977 Pioneer Staff
Judy Pike, Editor
Cammie Lewis, Assistant Editor
Beth Ham Chuck Thornton
Sharon Jacobs Shelly Van Meter
Photographers: Janice Cantwell, James Sanders
Adviser: Rennetta Davis
The 1977 Pioneer Staff would like
to express sincere appreciation to
Mrs. Jo Ann Easley, who helped
make our idea for a cover turn into a
reality. Throughout our search for a
good pictoral essay of the year, we
were helped by many people, all of
whom would be impossible to name.
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