W E Boswell High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1978
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We Did It
It,s hard to imagine that so
many activities can be cram-
med into only a year. The se-
niors Were right when they said
"When We party, We party
hardyn, cause that's just what
We did. The fall seemed to be
centered around a team that
turned into an unstoppable
"Blue Machinefi Not only stu-
dents, but the Whole commu-
nity, became Wrapped up in
the frenzy of the "Friday Night
Feverv displayed by every Pio-
neer Who was determined to
take it to the top, and We did it,
All in a Year.
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We played Santa Claus for the
kids. The student council made
Thanksgiving brighter for area
families with their successful
canned food drive. The HERO
club lightened the burden of
many by sponsoring a Christmas
toy drive, and as the year passed,
We asked, "VVhere did the time
go?" It couldnit have happened
all in a short year.
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We cheered our classmates as
they faced the nftunbling facultyv
in a fund-raising game of volleyball,
and with our musicals we danced
and sang into the hearts of many.
The band, displaying some of Bos-
well's style, naturally came march-
ing home with a 1 in UIL com-
petition. Sidewalks stretched from
the campus area to a new parking
lot and a seciuity system developed
to keep us out of trouble. The two
identical dogs, Stevie and Fritz, be-
came unofficial mascots when they
All in a Year
made the coaching quarters their
temporaiy home. Freshman and 1V
basketball girls sampled full court
play while the regular half court
style took t.he varsity team to post-
season playoffs for the second year
in a row. Promising improvements
were passed for our school district
when voters, which included some
of our 18-year-old seniors, ap-
proved a S15 million bond issue.
Even with all our activities at
school we still found time for
Golden Gloves, Stock Show and
Rodeo, Young Life, and last but
certainly not least PARTYINGHH!!!
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Living Within the limits of the country, the
Pioneers found themselves enjoying unex-
pected vacations as the touch of Winter
froze studies at Boswell. During these cold
months Fort Worth was lit by lights and the
electricity of Boswelfs students, faculty and
followers. Another type of freeze took place
as farmers Went on strike and made the
Winter seem even colder. Soon spring came,
melting Winter ice and Warming up Pioneer
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Much of the student's time at Bos-
well is spent studying or being in-
volved vvith clubs and organiza-
tions. But Pioneers know about "all
work and no play" and they
seemed to find their own solutions.
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it Was. We all remember it proudly, be-
cause we did it, All in a Year.
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He Taught Us
ow to Win
Neal Wilson is a man who has never been ashamed to show
his moods and emotions. It was amazing to the masses who fol-
lowed the success of his football teams to see his unlimited de-
termination in trying to achieve a goal. And also to realize that
a man who can be so hard-driving on the field could also be the
same person who could talk to a student body with tear-filled
eyes, and express words that would be more motivating than a
pep rally itself.
This man gave seven years of that kind of self to Boswell.
Not only did he prove his willingness to work to be a winner on
the field, but his inspiration and influence to students off the
field was clearly visible.
Losing Coach Wilson to another school cannot cause us to
be sad, but because of the person he is, make us glad for his
opportunity to advance. The examples Neal Wilson set for us
will follow him for a long time. Because he taught us how to be
winners, and along with that, how to be humble.
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Activities, both at school and ex-
tra-curricular, were a Welcome
break throughout the school year
for students who became "bogged
downv in their unever endingi'
Homecoming festivities lightened
the eyes of many Pioneers, as en-
thusiasm built While cheering their
team to victory. Along with the
other club activities, Boswellis stu-
dents kept busy looking forward to
such annual events as the 50's Sock
Hop, Thoughts on Stage, Prom,
and Graduation. This year, making
sure that ole Bos Wasn't to be for-
gotten for its fun, there were such
added attractions as the Mr. Muscle
contest and the Senior Follies
which helped us keep a smile on
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Boswellis Muscle Men
al junior Mark Pennington shows his uaniazingii strength ln' lifting the IOO-pouncl
harlmells over his head :luring the Mr. Muscle Contest in Nlareh. hu Senior Mike
Horner can liarclly take 100 pounds seriously as he tries to litt the lm:u'hells :luring
the contest, cl junior Dale Payne tries to iinpress the judges ln showing olil his
muscles. cll Seniors Kyle Ytatson and Billy NYarcl referee as sophomore Aaron Yo-
cluun antl senior Mike Horner prepare to arin wrestle. el Senior Yr-rnon Sanders
lincls it easy to hang his way to a victory :luring one ofthe Xlr. Muscle events, The
stout footlmall player went on to capture the judges' approval anal win the title of
"Mn Muscle" during the first contest ever held at Boswell.
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ul junior Fzuithcc NYillzu'tl proves sho can slow dancc 50's style, hi
North Sidc students dcrnoiistrutc the "jitter-hug" during the student
council sponsored Sock Hop. ci Seniors Dorothy llzunman and Richard
VVehh enjoy thc disco dancing at thi' Sock Ilop. dj junior Terri Carri-
son and Sophomore David Taylor were nuincd "best dressed" by the
student-teacher jnclgcs at thc 503. Daly usscinhly. cj North Side students
show Boswcllitcs the wav to do thu "twist".
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Thoughts on Stage
al Betsy Szlasa, Mary Parker, antl Terri Cfznnphell impersonate typical
elderly women as they advertise for the Union Lalxel. lil Choir lnenl-
hers, dressed 50's style, present a nieclley of songs from that era. el The
crew of stage hands from the Thoughts on Stage presentation sing their
version of "Clive My Regards to Boswell", a new title given to the an-
nual presentation. dj Skip Krause shows Lisa Seals his pizzazz and af-
fection in an alter shave eonnnereial. el Cheryl Anthony ancl I.ori
Morelock entertain the anclienee with a musical ninnher at the
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ul junior Class president Reese Reecl welt-mines evcryoiie
to the junior-Scuioi' Prom with its Nlaitli Cram lmckclrop.
lil Aiioiiyinons tt-iicliers were the peak 0lCl1lL'l'lillIllllUlll
with their rcntlition of "The Vlhistling Nliclgetsu, el ju-
nior Ainy Wim-hell provided eiitemiiiniieiit for the eve-
ning hy C2ll'l'f'lIlg out the tlivnie of Nltirtli Gnu with ti
lmlneh nnnibcr. di Part ol the Boswell 'Dixieltintl Bttntl"
also proviclecl entcrtztininenl to go along with the activi-
ties. el A roomliil ol' Prom goers. ll Reading of wills and
prophet-ies were the highlight of the evening, us those
who attended laughed at i'uiniirkn almout others and
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helped announce the Winncrs and present the
trophies. Mr. Weenis won thc show with his parking
lot version of "Don't Fence Mc ln". lil Mrs, Billie
Thompson screnades the auclienco and judges in an
attempt to solo her way to at first plucc trophy. cl
Mrs. Mellut Riggs lu-coincs tht- :nad st-ientistls Air.
Sain l.,CClSl zi.ssistant ns he clcxnonstrutcs his uhlugic
Breath" uct during the Cong Show. dt The jndgvs for
the Gong Show wore David Brenner, Phyllis Diller,
j.l'. Morgtui, Colninho and Valerie llztrper . . . alias
llccsc Piectl, Lisa Dyer, ML-linda Ncwcoin, Don Alli-
son, and jackie Pctrclli. cl Bztnd dirctftor, Nlr. Clnick
Maxwell, exhibits his talent of conducting to thc an-
dicncc during thc Gong Show. tl Looking to the fn-
tnre, several teaclicrs dedicated at song to Bosxvull stu-
dents from their "lletircincnt Horns".
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aj Susie Reece inakcs an energetic attempt to finish the pie
as janet Fulkerson looks on. bl The only participants in the
wagon pull, the juniors and seniors, start the race, cl Barbara
Bever is wheeling on down the track. dl john Steves gri-
inaces as he peddles toward the finish line in a win for the
freshinen. el All classes enjoyed the casual dance held after
the Sadie Hawkins events. D The senior girls struggle to keep
from being pulled into the mud.
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aj Glenn Reeves, Superintendent of Schools. presents Mrs. Art Wilt-ook with a plaque in honor
of her husband. bl Mr. Reeves awards a diploma to senior graduate Becky james. cl Seniors listen
intently to part of the graduation exercises. dl Co-vale-clit-torian Karen Hampton speaks to her
class. el Cwvaledictorian Toni Hoover addresses his fellow classmates. ll The graduating class of
1978 waits in anticipation for their inareh to graduation.
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LEARN ING-To acquire knowl-
edge through study, experience or
teaching. That,s why Boswell is
here, to help us learn what knowl-
edge life requires. The school not
only offers the basic classes, but also
the fine arts which promotes our
natural talents such as acting and
singing, and if Boswell's academics
fall short of meeting the needs of
individuals, there are the counselors
and administrators who are there to
lend a helping hand.
And last, but not least, there are
the other people who made Bos-
well complete. The friendships and
relationships which are made also
are tools which help people to
learn and understand.
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Learning: With the Basics
The earth is a sphere, America was discovered by Colum-
bus, and his name is spelled with one There is so much
to leam. And at Boswell High we start with the "basics".
For starters there is reading, writing, and spelling which is
called English. Here, students are enlightened with the gift
of proper speech, and the art of diagramming.
Math, algebra, and geometry. They call this group Math-
ematics. A collection of nrunbers, letters, and signs which
seems to be an endless subject.
Biology, physics, and chemistry are known as the sciences
and finally, American and world history, geography and
government, a review of social studies to help our future.
Students understand that the choice is not Whether or not
to take these classes, but whether or not to learn from them.
ltis the only way to start, with the basics.
Many students desire more than just the
basics. The solution to this problem is in the
arts, where students are given the chance to
show more than just intelligence, with the op-
portunity to display creativity and feelings.
The arts include many things. There is the
art of music with the band and choir. There is
also the industrial arts, with creations of wood
and metal and more. There is the art of acting
which includes speech and drama, the art of
homemaking, language, journalism and of
course, there is art, both beginning and
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many things, but more important, it gives
them the opportunity to teach. Students and
faculty are able to teach each other, sharing
ideas combined with knowledge. All of these
define special people learning in a special
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Basic classroom studies occupy much of a studentls time. However,
some still find the time to pursue another type of education. Learning
skills combines a physical education along with a mental one. These
courses, which include work programs, prepare students for future careers
by providing jobs now.
The skills give students the opportunity to work not only with their
hands but also with their minds.
There are limitless numbers of skills to be learned. Office skills are
leamed in Office Duplication and VOE. Industrial skills can be attained
through ICT classes, and there are the management skills taught in Dis-
tributive Education. Mechanical and Construction Trades offer a skill for
those in CVAE classes, as does CVAE-Co-Op.
Preparation for an occupation, a physical as well as mental education,
along with the chance to work with people and earn money, are what the
skills do for students.
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VVhiz uiz Kids Utilize
Having a combination of knowledge in the basics, the arts, and the skills de-
scribes Boswell's Whiz Quiz kids. Competing in Whiz Quiz Competition this
year for the first time were several Boswell students who proved to be well-
rounded in the knowledge of various subjects. The team was sponsored by Miss
Kathy Ott and Mr. Forrest Lykins.
VVhiz Quiz combines much general knowledge along with the excitement and
pleasure of competition.
The VVhiz Quiz is a tournament similar to the "College Bowl". The teams
consist of four players who compete with another team on a wide variety of sub-
jects including math, history, science, and music. The Whiz Quiz kids practiced
several hours eachlweek preparing for their tournament. There were no quali-
fications to be a part of the Whiz Quiz except a desire to compete.
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Miss Boswell, Tina Elledgc. was an active partici-
pant in basketball the last four years along with coni-
peting in track. She was not only athletically inclined
but she also served on the student council and was
class president for two years. Her future plans after
graduation include studying to becoine an interior
decorator and further developing her ability in art.
Mr. Boswell, Kyle Watson, was a football manager for
several years and was selected to bc the Pioneer Klas-
cot this year. He competed in debate for four years
and, along with his partner, won the state chainpion-
ship in 1978. Kyle was also on the student council. His
future plans include studying pre-law at Baylor.
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Freshman Janine Cauntt and junior Ricky Corbin were selected from
seventeen nominees as Most Beautiful and Nlost Handsome by judges
prior to the ycar's "Thoughts on Stage" presentation.
janine, whose interests includc singing. dancing, and acting. danced
and sang her way to win the district talent show in Nlarch. During the
year she led cheers for the freshmen teams, while also concentrating on
her academic subjects as well as her hobby, modeling.
Ricky maintained an excellent grade average although much of his
time was spent practicing for athletic events. As a member of the var-
sity football team, he was a key ground gainer, then changed into track
shoes to go to regional with the mile relay team. As an outfielder, hc
helped the Pioneer sluggers capture the zone title and go into play-offs
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good competitors, champions at
that. Many can sit back and say
that they are number one but there
are others Who are determined to
go out and prove it. The 1977-1978
Pioneer football team proved it
early by playing pre-season scrim-
mages Which was only the begin-
ning to becoming the 3A state
quarter-finalists. The cross country
team was on its feet rtmning all the
Way to state with the girls' basket-
ball team right behind them finish-
ing their season in the district play-
offs. A Winning track team, volley-
ball, tennis, golf, baseball players,
and gymnasts are not to be forgot-
ten either. The determination and
dedication exhibited by each ath-
lete reflected the overall attitude of
what it took to be a Wimuer.
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1977 Quarter-final Champs
VVhat came to be known as the 'iBlue Machine"
kept thousands of fans entertained and on the edge of
their bleachers throughout the longest football season
and the road to the state semi-finals for the 1977 Pio-
WVith an offense that rolled up 5,734 yards on the
turf and in the air, Coach Neal VVilson, who was later
named "Coach of the Yearh by his peers, took his team
to within one game of the state crown. After four
months of hard work and determination, the Pioneers
compiled a 12-1-1 season.
Perhaps the most satisfying victory for the winning
Pioneers was the bi-district contest against the Gaines-
ville Leopards, who the Blue Streak managed to score
28 points against in the second quarter, having been
down by 14. It was the first bi-district trophy to be
carried home by a 3A-5 representative in over 15
years, as the Pioneers won the game 5-4 on pene-
trations, after a 28-28 deadlock.
Atlanta was Boswell's next foe in the ultra modern
Mesquite Stadium, and a 24-0 victory carried the Blue
team on to meet well-known Brownwood in the state
semi-finals. The Brownwood team was the first and
last to hand the Pioneers a defeat during 1977, but it
was the one that counted, taking away their chances of
playing for the state championship after the 42-28
junior Quarterback Danny Henson skippered the
team and carried the ball for 1,087 yards and led the
district in points scored. With big offensive and defen-
sive lines, the Pioneers held what was in front of them,
or blocked for those who ran behind them. A true
team effort it was that led the team to the best season
aj Senior Billy Langley f1ies through the air as he is tripped up by an
opponent. hi junior Ricky Corbin fights for extra yardage as he is
brought down by the Pioneers' opponents. cl Once again thc Pio-
neers show what they are made of iiNumhcr 1 Material." di Senior
Paul jacobs and junior Mark Norman congratulate each other after
making some more brilliant defensive work during the quarterfinal
gainc against Atlanta.
Aggressive backs Billy Langley and Bobby Fowler
crushed through some big holes to lay behind them the
turf the team needed for points. Langley compiled
1,435 yards to break the school record, with Fowler
following with 992.
Nine members of the Pioneers received all-district
honors and 14 made honorable mention in 3A-5
All-district were offensive split end, Ricky Mori,
guard, Mark Techmeyer, tackle, Vernon Sanders, half
back, Billy Langley and quarterback Danny Henson.
Defensive district picks were Bobby Fowler, end,
Chris Shaw, cornerback, Paul lacobs, safety and Tony
Making honorable mention were: Shaw, tight end,
Randy Hutchens, guard, Mike Stokdyk, center, Doug
Grope, tackle, Fowler, fullback, Ricky Corbin, half-
back, Randy Newsom, split end. On the defensive
team were: Grope, tackle, David George, noseguard,
Techmeyer, linebacker, Burt Corbin, end, Scott Sta-
ton, safety, Ricky Mori, safety and Richard Murray,
Boswell 27 Mansfield
Boswell :ZT Everman
Boswell 38 Crowley
Boswell 20 Grapevine
Boswell -17 Diamond Hill
Boswell 37 aflastleberry
Boswell 29 "Brewer
Boswell 50 'North Side
Boswell 41 Carter
Boswell 34 'Azle
Boswell 43 + Carter
Boswell 28 -Gainesville
Boswell 24 -Atlanta
Boswell 20 -Brown wood
+ District play-off
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terception racking up long yardage. bl f2llill't0l'llilCk and kicker
Danny Henson lines up for extra point attempt. cl junior Chris
Shaw makes a hard blow at a running opponent. dj Senior Billy
Langley is determined to inakc more yardage as he shakes off a
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plosive teain the 1977 Pioneers proved to be. lil 'lu-
nior quarterback Dzuiny Henson serainlmles his way
past defenders to unlike niore yardage for the Pio-
neers. el The Blue Machine teain mates hulldle to-
gether for a pre-kiekvoff pep talk from Coach XYilson.
dl A Pioneer defender keeps a Gainesville opponent
from iuuking any big yllfllllgt' in the teaufs liiml forthe
hi-district victory, el Senior Scott Stanton leads the
Pioneers through the victory lmnners us the tczun
runs on the fieltl.
at Senior fnlliuick Bobby Fowler UXL'il2'ttlgk'S at few worcls
with un angry tlcfciuler iiftcr making suvcml more yards
for thu Pioneers. tml Senior Tony Smith is thvre to sun that
thc Claincsvillu qnzn'tcrlmack goes no further. The Pio-
neers clcicatcci the Leopards Zh-28 by penetrating into
their territory 5-1. cl junior Itantly Xcwsoin looks for
ticudwziy aftur rucciving at pass, dt SL-nior Ricky Mori is
not stopped in" the tietcrininccl cleft-nsivv main who is
drugged across tilt- gout line als Mori tlocsift halt until hc
is in thu cnti zone. cJ'I'l1c Pioneer cleft-nsc gets wt to iiolcl
tin' rolling lluincsvillc offense.
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Larry Holt, .Ioe Vega, Danny Henson, Second Row: Logan Holmes, Dale Payne, David George, Burt Corbin, Tommy Curtis, Greg Tmitt. Rich
Houston, Bobby Fowler, Ricky Allison, Ricky Mori, Third Row: Tony Smith, Mark jackson, Tim Cornish, Jarvis Stevenson, Paul jan-obs, Randy
Newsom, Dan Estel, Derrell Martin, Andy Stevenson, Founh Row: Billy Langley, Doug Crope, Vernon Sanders, Chris Shaw, Reese Reed, David
McWhorter, Richard VVebh, Mark Techmeyer, Mark Norman, Scott Staton, Fifth Row: Danny Pemberton, VVoody Underwood, David Beezley,
Randy Hutchens, Ricky Corbin, Brad Gallman, Pat Yochum, Lee Odom, Mike Stokdyk, Richard Murray.
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jay Russell. 2nd row: Steve Hedges, Kevin Stephenson, Greg Garner, Billy Rose, Iiminy Dickens, Marshall Woolsey, Gary Davis, Jody
johnson, Kent Slaten, Doug Willis. 3rd row: Neal Streichert, Kelly Bailey, Randy Hylton, Randy VValker, Kevin Otto, David Taylor, Marty
Ezell, Don Dagg, Terry Loyd. Top row: Butch Hoover, Matt Kirkham, Keith jackson, Craig King, jerry Davis, Randy Murray, Roger Cor'
bin, Greg Garrett, Greg Ingram. aj A. j.V. Pioneer treads his way up field. by A Castleberry player is stopped by several Pioneer players. eb
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The junior varsity did an outstanding job during the
season, finishing with a 6-4 overall record and 3-1 in zone
play. Two of their defeats came in last-minute victories
by opponents. In the Grapevine game, the Mustangs
scored with nine seconds left in the game to defeat the
Pioneers 20-14 and a last attempt to score near the Car-
ter goal line was stopped by the Eagles' defense to give
the Pioneers another close defeat.
The I.V. team was victorious against such arch rivals as
Diamond Hill, 30-6g Azle, 14-12, North Side, 16-14 and
Brewer, 26-0. The team was led by quarterback David
McWhorter, who connected on many passes to Danny
Pemberton. jerry Davis led the young Pioneers in rushing
and Marshall Woolsey, Greg Ingram and Kevin Steven-
son were consistently picking off opponents' passes.
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asa, Richard Majors, Cary Cilland, Jerry Barber, Kenneth Mason, Terry High-
fill, Kenny Hoppenrath, David Blaylock, David Beekner, Robby Morgan. Sec-
ond row: Darrell Beckum, Brad Frizzell, Tro Vawter, Mike Burns, Philli
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Taylor, Brad Shaw, Eddie Bailey, Steve Redding, Mike Beckner, Ronnie No-
well, Rodney Crope. Third row: Alvis Yardley, Doug Mowell, Sammy Cruz,
Russell Holt, Craig Winkles, Kirk Montgomery, Keith Parks, Scott Huke, Rob-
ert Maldonado, Vince Parker, Benn enkins, Robert Morales. Bottom row:
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imm Stride, Eric Fisket'on, Brian Strickland, Steve Muchmore, Todd WVU-
mack, joey Fief, Lee Armer, Brian Bush, David Krause, Iohn Cornish. bj Alvis
Yardley manuevers his way up field as he gets ready to out-smart another de-
fender. cj Awaiting the snap to Brad Shaw, the offensive line gets ready to
block. dl Brad Shaw shows the sidelines that its another touchdown for the
frosh against an opponent at home.
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record overall and 4-0 in zone play. Their only loss came at the
hands of the Mansfield Tigers.
The team's most exciting game was with North Side, who had al-
ready beaten Mansfield. Both defensive and offensive teams were
strong throughout the season. The freshmen "BU team finished the
season with a 3-0 record, playing other "B" teams before the fresh-
men "Av games.
Brad Shaw quarterbacked the aggressive "A" squad, and led the
team, with the help of backs Sammy Cruz and Alvis Yardley to a suc-
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A losing season doesn't tell the story for the Boswell boys' basketball team. It was a
very disappointing year, but much was accomplished inspite of the team's 2-22 record.
Coach john Craft feels that the seniors this year were responsible in helping to lay
the foundation for the years' teams to come. Craft gave high recognition to seniors
Paul Iacobs, Scott Staton, Kent Vincent, and David Dumas for not quitting or giving
up knowing this season was their last, while having to battle a long and losing season.
Although the roundballers record wasn't spectacular, it doesn't tell of some of the
exciting games that were played. There were four games in a row when the Pioneers
lost only by one or two points. Not only could these four games have gone either way,
but three games later the team lost to Class B state-ranked Coppell by five points and
again two games later the lost by one point state-ranked McKinney. Throughout
the season there were three other games the Pioneers lost by only four, five, and six
Varsity players: left to right: Randy Lauderdale, Reed Bogue, Chris Shaw, Paul Jacobs, Scott Staton, David
Dumas, Kent Vincent, Tim Thornton, Marty Ezell.
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effort to recover a lose ball during a home game. cj David Dumas takes the time to make his free throw.
dj Sophomore Marty Ezell looks cautiously before he passes the ball. cj Randy Lauderdale waits for the
right time to pass. fj Paul Jacobs goes up for a lay-up with no defenders around. gl Iunior Chris Shaw
stretches for the rebound as several defenders do the same.
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Captains of the Pioneer team were Iacobs and Staton. The motiva-
tor of the team was Jacobs. Staton did a strong job of rebounding
with help of junior Chris Shaw and Sophomore Randy Lauderdale.
Leading scorers for the team were Staton and junior Tim Thornton.
Thomton also led with most assists followed closely behind by soph-
omore Reed Bogue. Marty Ezell was another sophomore who has
proven himself on a varsity ball club.
unior arsity Basketball
It was a difficult season for the junior Varsity due to players being passed up and
down from the Varsity team. Inspite of the inconsistency they finished with 11 wins
and 13 losses. They proved themselves to be highly competitive in the Kennedale
tournament when they brought home a third place trophy and in the Azle touma-
ment they received a consolation trophy. The overall season could be called suc-
cessful, and a tribute to building a team for next year's varsity.
Outstanding team members were Gig Benton, Kelly Bailey, and Keith jackson.
aj Keith Jackson shoots a jump shot over the heads of several defenders. bl A defender tries very hard to block Iacks0n's shot. cl Gig
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junior Varsity Team: left to right: Steve Pace, Phillip Shroyer, Kelly Bailey, Gig Benton, Keith jackson, Mike Crisco, jim Laven.
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in the final score.
Their final record ended up at 10-13, with an exciting final victory against the Brewer Bears. They
proved themselves in the Castleberry tournament by finishing second and then at their own touma-
ment, receiving consolation.
Outstanding team members were Mike Burns, jerry Barber, Brad Richards, and Brad Shaw. The
team was coached by Mike Fritz.
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during the day of the freshman tournament hosted by the young Pioneers. bj Freshman
team: left to right: Rod Crope, john Cornish, Tim Dennis, Brian Bush, Brian Huffman,
Brian Strickland, Tommy Hutton, Brad Richards, Mike Burns, Troy Woodul, Brad Shaw,
Eric Fisketjon, Kenny Corbin. cl Terry Hawthome shoots a long jump shot from the cor-
ner. dj jerry Barber shoots for two points with several defenders attempting to block the
shot. el Mike Bums reaches with detennination for the tip-off.
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The girls' varsity basketball team got off to a slow start in the pre-district games
with only one returning starter.
The lack of experience was a disadvantage to the Pioneerettes, who had done so
well the previous year. When district came aroundg however, the girls had developed
their skills and gained the experience to put them in district play-offs. The Pioneer-
ettes ended up in a three way tie for district with the Azle Hornets and the Mansfield
Tigers. The Hornets, whom the Pioneers had beaten in the first game of the play-offs,
proved to be their stumbling block on the way to the top. They beat Boswell in the
second half of the play-offs to knock them out of advancing further. The team, led by
forwards Lisa Daughtrey and Dorothy Hamman and guard Lynda Bicknell, had a sea-
son record of 20 wins and ll losses.
Daughtrey was high point scorer for the year with 799 points, followed by Ham-
man, who scored 633 points. Bicknell led the guards in rebounding with 244 rebounds
and Daughtrey led the forwards with 191. junior Beckie Stafford proved valuable on
both ends of the court. The Pioneers attempted 706 free throws, but made only 373.
Although the girls mayybe changing to full-court next year and playing a whole dif-
ferent ball game, they should still be a rather experienced team as they will be losing
only one senior starter, and will regain two sophomores who saw plenty of court ac-
tion this season. Four juniors will also be returning to the team with plenty of
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The Iunior Varsity and Freshmen teams began
practically a new sport this year by playing full
court ball. The I.V. lost one starter, jill Heffle-
finger, who was moved up to varsity. They had a
hard time getting started, along with the Fresh-
man, but the I.V. girls promise some good talent
for next year. Leading on the junior varsity were
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and Susie Reece. Hill and Reece, who originally
began as guards, also played well as forwards.
junior Varsity left to right: Donna Reynolds, Managerg Mary Figueroa,
Debbie Hill, Kathy Kallas, Adrianne Danko, Diana NVartelle, Susie Reece,
Debbie Wagner, Carter Horner, Tammy Grant, Sheryl Fowler, Manager.
aj junior Varsity player Susie Reece jumps high during a home game. bb
Debbie Wagner looks to the basket and hopes for a clear shot.
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Dayna Henson, Angela Fuchs, Pat Selby, Debbie Anders, Denise Turner, Back: Karen
Lomerson, lVanda Blount, janet Casey, Cara Mackey, Mary Kay VVinchell. Sonja El-
ledge, LeaAnn Trapp, Theresa Bicknell. Margie Curtis, Manager. cl Freshman play-
ers reach for the ball. dl Dayna llenson jumps over the reach of two opponents in
hopes of making a clean pass to a teammate.
Talent for the freshmen included Karen Lo-
merson, Mary Kay Winchell, and LeAnn Trapp.
Theresa Bicknell and Dayna Henson also showed
talent in the freshman team games. The frosh
placed second in the Grapevine Tournament this
Overall, the two teams spent their year trying
to master full court basketball with the help of
their coaches, Debbie Biondi and Ernie Enax.
Cross Country Team-
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Back: Pete Rauch, Dave Summerfield, Kurt Eagle, Dennis Crav. Front: Kevin
Rhodes, Butch Iloover. aj Dennis Gray receives a trophy for the teams out-
. bl Pioneer runners prepare to start a cross country race. cj Kurt Eagle talks to
ong distance run. dj Coach David Balluuer gives a pep talk to his team.
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Goes To State
The Cross Country team made history this year with their first win
of the season, and didn't stop until they returned from a trip to the
state meet in Georgetown.
The road to state was paved with wins which came with second
places at Grapevine, at St. Marks, and Nolan and third at Iesuit and
first place wins at Poly, Arlington, and the Fort Worth meets.
The team won district at Grapevine and the regional meet, which
was held at Arlington's Vandergriff Park.
Running miles and miles in preparation for each meet paid off for
the entire team who took fifth place at state competition.
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Cantrell, Coach Debbie Biondi.
aj Tliresa Block sets up a volley while Cheryl Anthony anticipates
retuming it to the other teain, bl Foreign exchange student Anke
Sandhoff gets down low to keep the ball off the floor. cj j,V. player
Brenda Westerman returns volley while Tracy Copenhaver is ready
for the next one. dj Off the floor and in the air is Denise Block de-
termined to chalk up a score. el VVith Sue Richardson on the move
to the action area Kim Parker has the job taken care of.
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Doug Grope leans into it to the throw of the discus. dj Roger Corbin hangs high as he clears the pole vault bar easily. ej 880 runner Butch
Hoover finishes in relief by breaking the tape at the district meet to qualify for regional competition.
Varsity Team members: front: jimmy Dickens, Rickey Allison, Greg Ingram, Dewain Smith, Lupe Castillo, Tim Yochum, Everrett Rhoades,
Marshall Woosley. Middle: Ioel Green, Iody Johnson, David Morgan, Richard Murray, Ricky Corbin, Ricky Mori, Kevin Stevenson, Roger
Corbin, Paul Jacobs, Iamye Sexton, Manager. Back: Chris Shaw, Randy Hutchens, Kevin Otto, Peter Rauch, David Sommerfield, Doug
Grope, Mark Techmeycr, Don Dagg, Butch Hoover, Larry Holt.
The success of this year's track season for Coach David Ballauer's cindennen could
be easily summed up by counting the many new records they set. Qualifying for the
regional meet in Denton were the mile relay team, Butch Hoover in the 880 and
Ricky Mori and Paul Jacobs in the 440. Boswell's track team won all the meets they
entered except for two, which were the Mustang Relays, where they took second, and
district, where they took another behind North Side. They looked good in all their
outings and are in hopes of another good season next year.
There were many tracksters who consistently finished in the top five all season long
but did not qualify for regionals. They were Roger Corbin in pole vaultg Ricky Mori,
who set a new school record in long jump, and Dewain Smith who also set a new
school record in the 330 and 120 hurdles. The 440 relay team was also a help in taking
firsts this season. They took first at the Grapevine Invitational, Bear Relays, Carter
Invitational, Weatherford's Roo Relays, and a three-way meet at Farrington Field.
This year the annual Pioneer Relays, the first meet of the season hosted by the Pio-
neers, was cancelled due to cold weather.
Also competing consistently for the Pioneers were junior varsity and freshman
teams, who made good showings at each meet.
aj Freshmen Brad Shaw literally takes a
flying leap during competition in the 120
hurdles at the Bear relays. bl Sophomore
jimmy Dickens crosses the finish line prov-
ing his ability as a fast member of the relay
team. cj junior varsity runners joel Green
and Kevin Otto compete in a short run,
but don't finish as successfully as they
would have liked to. dj Senior Dewain
Smith, a top contender for the Pioneers in
the 330 hurdles, reaches for the tape. el ju-
nior Butch Hoover and Senior Paul Jacobs
get a good hand-off in the mile relay com-
petition. The two were part of the group
who helped win consistently for the Pio-
neers. fj Paul Iacobs leans over for a
breather after another hard run.
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preparation for regionals at T.W.U. cl Sonja Elledge concentrates on clearing the high bar. Members of the track team included: Dana
McElreath, Lisa Daughtrey, jill Heffelfinger, Mildred Keim, Christy Keith, Shanda Jones, Dayna Henson, Wanda Blount, Pat Selby,
Tammy Stafford, Theresa Bicknell, Angela Fuchs. Center: janet Casey, Karen Lomerson, Venus King, julie Urban, Anke Sondhof, Melanie
Davis, Sheri Means, Susan Keys, LeAnn Trapp, Donna Dominey, Kathy Kallas. Back: Sonja Elledge, Donna Reynolds, Debbie Anders.
Girls' track started out slow this year. Alot of girls in track were also on the girls basket-
ball team and didn't know whether to run or "learn to shoot". In final competition the team
was made up of freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. The young team did well at district. The
mile relay team, consisting of Melanie Davis, Sonja Elledge, Susan Keys, and Karen Lomer-
son, and altemate Pat Selby, qualified for regional. The team placed third in regional with a
time of 4.0 89. The 440 and 880 relays placed between first and fifth in all the meets. They
consisted of Dayna Henson, Christy Keith, Pat Selby, and Tammy Stafford. Many girls
eamed varisty letters for their competitiveness. They included Angela Fuchs, in the discus,
Kathy Kallas in the high jump, Lisa Daughtrey in the triple jump, Anke Sondhof and Susan
Keys in the 880 runs, Melanie Davis in the 440 dash, and mile relay and all the relay teams
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into their competitive season under the instruction of coaches
Cheryl Tabor and Darrell Daniel. Having only lost three gym-
nasts last year, they were predicted to be very strong, and they
proved this by taking several members of the team to state
Those competing at the state meet in San Angelo were se-
nior Dennis Gray on parallel bars, juniors Melinda Newcom on
vault and Don Allison, pommel horse. Sophomore janet Ful-
kerson competed in floor, exercise, vault, and uneven bars.
As the yearis competitive season ended, the team had al-
ready began preparation for a new year which included inter-
squad meets, exibitions, and other fund-raising activities for the
Not only were individual gymnast successful, but the team as
a whole placed third in the regional meet held at L.D. Bell.
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Michelle Dagg. Back row: Shannon Scott, jeanne Henson, Vickie Crisco, Tina Chancellor, manager Debbie Corbit,
Diane Perry, Debbie Holt, Kim Hankins, Tammy Henson. bl junior Diana Garza practices a scale on the beam. cj
Girls' varsity team: L. to R.: Teresa Allen, Kim NVagner, Melinda Newcom, Robin 'lulicl'1,julie Tidwell. Jamie Tid-
well, Connie VVilliams, janet Fulkerson, Laurie NVare. dl At state competition janet Fulkerson readies herself for her
floor exercise. el Senior Dennis Gray executes a needle point at the state meet in San Angelo. D Sophomore Mori
concentrates while hanging on the rings. gl Boys' varsity team: first row L to R: Terry Tidwell, Tim Alegria, Don
Allison, jeff Cantwell, Chris Hardin, Marty Starnes. back row Mark XVallace, Doug King, Clayton Duffy, Dennis
Gray, Randy Caffey, Kevin Robinson.
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Boswell's sluggers batted their way to the district crown and made their way into play-offs past
graduation and just short of a trip to the state tournament.
After taking their first district title in the history of the school, the Pioneer nine, who started the
year with only four returning players, grabbed two games in a row from YVaxahachie to claim the bi-
district crown. The superb pitching of Danny Henson and Paul Jacobs led the team to Mt. Pleasant,
where they took the first of a three-game series, 12-9. The Tigers proved to be the Pioneers' stum-
bling block as they took the next two gamesg I3-2 in nine innings and 4-2, to stall the Pioneers' bid for
In district play, the team compiled a ll-3 record, with a 7-1 zone tally, with their only zone de-
feat coming from Castleberry, who the Pioneers defeated in their final game 17-4 to take the west
zone. The basemen defeated Diamond Hill for district in a three-game series.
Consistent hitting and defensive play were the elements which contributed to the team's success.
Behind the pitching of Jacobs and Henson, the team was led in hitting by Danny Pemberton, Rich
Houston, Ricky Mori, with help at the plate also from Iacobs.
Making all-district were Mori, Jacobs and Henson. On the all-zone roster with the three was
catcher Rich Houston.
ai a Boswell batter gets the best of a pitch in the Pioneers' last regular season game, as the team defeated Castleherry for
zone. bl Catcher Rich Houston tags a Mt. Pleasant runner in the second game of the teams regional doubleheader. The
umpire confirms that the runner is out. cl A Diamond Hill player reacts as he strikes out in the last inning of the district
qs, ' 2 4 game to end his team's season. di Danny Pemberton gets a clean hit in the regional play-offs against Nlt. Pleasant. ei Rich
' V Houston is congratulated by his teammates as his eighth inning home run breaks tie against Waxahachie to win bi-district.
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bl Ricky Mori makes a catch in center field as Ricky Corhiu watches to assure himself the catch is
made. cl Shortstop Paul Jacobs rocks hack to make a throw to first hase. dl Mori is one of the many
Pioneers who scored against the Castlcherry Lions in thc seasons last game with an exploding victory
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The tennis team had an exceptionally good
year with the Boys' A Doubles team advancin
to regionals in Denton. This year Coach Harol
Hawthome divided the team into two separate
groups, a boys' and a girls' team. The boys team
finished out their season with Barry Davis and
Mike Bell teaming up to play A doubles. Davis
and Bell combined their efforts and took many
victories. Some of which were the Newman-
Smith Toumament, where they took first place.
They also played in district at Cralpevine and
again took another first to qualify t em for re-
gional plaly where their season ended.
The gir s' team was young and inexperienced.
Tami Womack was the only senior, with the re-
mainder of the team consistin of sophomores
and freshmen. Sandy Parker has the best record
and Mary Kay Winchell proved to be the strong-
est. If the team really works hard they should
have a better record since they will have seven
freshmen and two sophomores who will be re-
turning, according to Coach Hawthorne.
aj Keith Moore follows through on his serve. bj District dou-
bles champions, Barry Davis and Mike Bell, are con-
gratulated in another victory. cl Keith Moore stretches to hit
his powerhouse serve. dj Lisa Davis talks about the garlic be-
tween scts with omponents from another team. el Lisa
Harden and Lisa Davis return a volley during a game. O
Barry Davis smashes a return with a back liandngj The 1977-
78 tennis team included Barry Davis, Delisa X oolsey, De-
nise Turiier, Lisa Davis, Lisa Harden, janell Norris, David
Fakey, Kay Starnes, Todd Womack, Celeste Bandy, Sandy
Parker, Tim Caine Second row, Coach Harold Hawthorne,
Mary Kay Winchell, Brad Richards, Keith Moore, Mike Bell,
Mier Brown, Terry Hawthorne, Cary Spraggens.
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Boswell boy's golf team placed first in district 3A-5
after a great season. This gave them a chance for the
regional tournament in Denton. The second team
placed sixth in district out of 14 other teams. The first
team consisted of Mark Crisco, Reed Bogue, Phillip
Taylor, Marty Satterfield, and Danny Morris.
The girls' golf team was rather small. Even though
there was only one member, she made up for those
who didn't try out. Tracee Fowler, who was only a
freshman this year, went to state and won second
place. It began with the first few tournaments. Tracee
placed second in district, which enabled her to move
on to regional, where she took first place. She made
the trip to Austin for the state tournament and placed
second there also.
Tracee has plans to go on the women's professional
tour later in her future.
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pares to make a long drivc. cl Freshman Tracce Fowler. became a
statc finalist and was thc only girl to represent Boswell on the golf
This was a year when clubs made
it all happen. The traditional
"Teacher of the Monthi' sponsored
by FTA, and the annual student-
faculty volleyball game started the
year off with a big boom.
The Thespians presented the pro-
duction of the "Wizard of Ozv
which in tum gave other clubs the
momentum to get into the action.
As Thanksgiving rolled around, the
hearts of many Were opened as
shown by the canned-food drive
sponsored by the student council
and the HERO toy drive that Was
aimed at aiding underpriviledged
families in our community.
As the time began to pass, all of
the clubs of "Big Bos" seem to go
into full swing. Their good deeds
and helpful hands accomplished a
lot in such a short time.
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The highlights of the 1977-78 year for the
Boswell Band was the first division rating
they received at U.I.L. Marching Contest.
The band also attended the Southwest Music
Festival at Galveston during the spring.
Under the leadership of their new director,
Chuck Maxwell, the band has established the
reputation of being one of the best bands that
Boswell has had.
The band step ed off on the right foot in
'77 by makinf t eir first one rating in five
years at the C eburne Marching Festival. The ,UJ,,.,qA
band kept on their winning form by receiving '
a first division at the U.I.L. Marching Con- X Y- ffl!
tests at Farrington Field on November 1. 'Wt
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Nutt, the Sound Machine received many ji Iwi?"
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away games. At the last regular season home
football game Cathy Nutt and Iim
McClanahan were selected as Band Sweet-
heart and Band Beau, but only after Karen
Bell, Darla Hard, and Laurie Brooks twirled
with fire in a spectacular lights-out routine to
the theme son of "Bocky' .
In Ianuary tie band marched the streets of L
downtown Fort Worth in the Stock Show Pa- Y
rade. Also in january, several students at-
tended the All-Region tryouts. Senior Laurie
Brooks and sophomore Pat Vawter were se-
lected for the All-Region Band and performed
with the band on january 7.
In Febuary, the band gave a mid-winter
concert for the public at the First Baptist
Church in Saginaw. This also was the first
public appearance of the newly established
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Band Booster Club. The booster club has had
several fund raising activities to help send the
band to Galveston.
Several students from the band attended the
U.I.L. Solo and Ensemble Contests in March at
In April, the band took a trip to Galveston for
the Southwest Music Festival. They received a
second division rating from three top judges in
the nation. VVhen they returned they began
workinf on their music for the U.I.L. Concer.
and Sightreading Contests which were held in
The FFAers competed in livestock shows, judged contests,
and attended agricultural-oriented workshops. They also had
monthly meetings to top off all the other activities. The mem-
bers enjoyed a visit from their state FFA president, Elvin Ca-
raway at one of the meetings.
The chapter's sweetheart, Marsha Prollock, attended the dis-
trict FFA banquet and was named the district FFA sweetheart
for 1977-1978. She also represented the district in the area
sweetheart convention at Mesquite in May.
Several students, taking their animals, traveled to shows in
Fort XVorth and Houston to compete in livestock competition
during the year.
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The student council and its officers, with the help of their new adviser, Miss
Marilyn Wiles, sponsored many activities this year, both to help improve the
school and to improve entertainment for students.
They began their big year by helping to organize homecoming activities.
They helped with the voting for Homecoming Queen, the spirit chain, victory
dance, and sponsored the class banners contest in which points for Sadie Hawk-
ins were given.
The Coimcil sponsored several activities to help keep the campus clean. They
painted the trash cans to help brighten up the campus and they held a clean-up
In the annual student council-teacher's volleyball games the male faculty
maintained their winning record, but the women lost to the council team. The
volleyball game and the can drive were held to raise money and food for needy
families at Thanksgiving.
The council also sponsored many activities to promote Christmas Spirit. One
of these was a door decoration contest and they also held a Christmas assembly
with members of different clubs performing skits.
Another project of the group was the first Mr. Muscle contest held at Boswell.
Eight guys from various classes were nominated by the students for the com-
petition. They were presented to the student body and were put through various
"tests" while being judged by female staff and student council members. The
council also welcomed the Over 50's Club during their annual visit in March,
along with sponsoring the 50's Day activities and Sock Hop.
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Sherry VVard, L to H: Anna Cruz, Terry Tompkins, Laura Guadagni,
bottom: Melinda Newsom, Far left: freshmen cheerleaders L to R: Kim
VVagner, Tracy Culver, top: Laura Scarborough, Kim Hankins, Sherry
Beezley and Janine Cauntt. Far right: j.V. Cheerleaders are L to H:
Dee Dee Long, Kim Blakcman, Cathy Lewis, top: Laura Ritchey, bot-
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Highlights of the year for members of the Art Club was
the building of the Homecoming float in November and the
Show-off in May.
The group began plans early in the fall for the float,
which resembled a colorful carousel, The float was used to
transport the Homecoming Queen nominees down the track
before the Homecoming crowd.
In the spring, art students began preparations to exhibit
their year's work at the Show-off. Work in water colors, pin
and ink, ceramics, and pointallism were displayed.
Helping their sponsor, Mrs. loAnn Easley, the students
also contributed to the Prom by assisting with the backdrop
and wall decorations to go along with the Bourbon Street
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A busy year for the Spanish Club was highlighted by members attending the Pan
American Student Forum Convention at San Antonio in March. However, much
time, preparation, and planning took place during the year to enable approxi-
mately twenty members to make the trip.
Throughout the year many fund-raising projects were held such as: a car wash,
bake sales, and selling various candy which helped each member pay for the con-
vention. Along with raising money for scholarships, and other activities, Spanish
Club members found time to have fun by participating in traditional Christmas car-
oling at nursing homes, and delivering carnations to students in their third period
classes on Valentines Day. As the year came to an end, the annual election and in-
stallation of officers was held, and "todos de los miembros del club de espanol"
went to a fiesta at Burger's Lake.
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This year the French Club continued with their
monthly meetings at member's houses. One of these
meetings included the annual dinner at a local French
Members participated at the Language Fair held at
Country Day school. To promote it they designed
bumpers stickers and posters. A puppet show was en-
tered into the Language Fair. It was the French ver-
sion of "Little Red Riding Hood".
To raise money for the club, students tried some-
thing different. They chose to sell calendars instead of
the usual candy.
More students were enrolled in French this year so
the French Club was slightly larger than last year.
This proved to be an advantage for participation in
projects and events.
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Members of the two FHA chapters began activities early by
making preparations for the annual parent-member banquet held
at the first of the year. Along with the dinners and orientations,
FIIA members cheered up many children's hearts at Christmas
when they went to a local day care center and played "Santa
Claus" for the kids.
It seems that the fun was never over. As Valentine's Day rolled
arormd, they went to VVestern Hills Nursing Home and danced
their way into many forgotten peoples hearts with a dance hav-
ing a theme of the "Roaring 20's".
As the year appeared to have slipped behind them and time al-
most had run out, FHAers began their plans for next year.
Another banquet was held at Colonial Cafeteria for the installa-
tion of new officers and with the business all finished they began
looking ahead at their new goals and future accomplishments.
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year collecting money for the club's newly acquired
computer. Students collected money through an "Egg
Begi' and collected old newspaper.
Club members went on a trip to Houston and vis-
ited NASA and the University of Houstonis computer
materials department. The club also went on a field
trip to see the Laser Magic Show.
jim Bob Atchison, a member of the math team,
qualified for regional in Slide Rule competition. After
placing second at Denton, he traveled to state Where
he finished third.
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The largest membership in the thirteen year history of the
Boswell jets Club had a big year in 77-78. They went on
field trips to Texas Electric, the General Motors Assembly
plant, and St. Ioseph's Hospital.
The lets Science Fair went well as usual with Bob Allen
winning the overall competition. Elected officers of the Iets
club were: Mike Stokdyk, presidentg Karen Bell, vice-presi-
dentg and David Beezley, treasurer and secretary. Karen
Hampton won the Boswell jets club scholarship and the first
annual Art Wilcock Memorial Scholarship went to Tom
Hoover. The scholarship will be awarded each year to a de-
serving senior who is a science student.
In the spring, members of the jets planted a tree near the
Science Building in memory of Mr. Wilcock.
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Members of the Pioneer Press staff worked together to bring a new look to the
school publication which appeared for the first time every two weeks in an eight-page
The paper was also labeled and mailed out to each family having students enrolled
in the district.
Editor Cheryl Anthony and staffer David Beezley competed in the regional journal-
ism contests in Denton in news and editorial writing respectively with Cheryl winning
The newspaper won an award of Distinguished Merit from the Interscholastic
League Press Conference, which is the highest award given to a school publication by
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The drama department, which included
Thespian members, began the year with
the production of the fall musical, "The
Wizard of Ozn, in December. Rehearsals
and bake sales were held in preparation for
the successful presentation.
In the spring, the drama department
chose "Asylum', as the one-act play for
U.I.L. Zone competition in March. Taking
first in zone for one-act play, cast members
advanced to district in U.I.L. competition
in April. Although not advancing in the
competition, cast members won six acting
awards. Runner-up to best actress went to
Mary Parkerg all-star cast was awarded to
Karin Hampton and Cheryl Anthony. Hon-
orable mentions were Besty Szlasa, Rachel
McLain and Cara Luftman.
The Thespians held bake sales in the
spring for the drama department's trip to
Debaters Kyle Waston and Steven Sand-
ers continued their winning tradition by
getting to semi-final and final rounds in the
toiunaments they entered, and defeated
many 4A teams. After winning at the dis-
trict and regionals contest, the two went
on to their fourth straight trip to state,
winning first place in the competition.
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Hard work paid off for the office duplication classes as they Won first place for
the third year in a row at the State VOCCT Contests at Corpus Christi in April.
They also won a second place trophy at the meet. During Christmas the club had
their own Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, and before the year was out, they had a fish fry
at Mrs. Billie Thompson's, their club sponsor.
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and learning the fundamentals in secretarial duties and responsibilities. Aside
from the everyday classroom activities, the students found time to get together
for an occasional dinner at a local restaurant, or just "clown aroundv at the
Bamum and Baily Circus. One of the major projects that the members partici-
pated in was A'Secret Pals" where each member was assigned a teacher and for
eight months they gave them momentos and gifts for special occasions. At the
end of the year a revelation coffee was held for the teachers to meet and get
acquainted with their "Secret Palsn.
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The Trailblazers were very active
around football season, helping with the
cleaning of the gym after pep rallies, the
selling of programs, and the parking of cars
in the east and west parking lots. With the
help of their sponsors, Mr. Deryl Fox and
Mr. joe Bryan, they got the jobs done.
At Homecoming the Trailblazers led
players and fans in a torch light parade
around the campus for the burning of the
At the end of the year the Trailblazers
went on a camping and fishing trip to cele-
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paring and performing a different routine at every
home football game. They purchased blue and gold
balloons which they sold during the Homecoming
game and the post-season play-offs. The girls sup-
ported the Pioneer team as they rode the buses and
backed them up from Denton to Mesquite and then
to Farrington Field for the semi-finals game. Dur-
ing regular season, pep squad sold candy bars to
raise money. Officers were: president, Lisa Dyerg
vice president, Teresa Alleng secretary, Linda
Moreland, treasurer, jamie Tidwell and historian,
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Students in child development spent three
days a week, every Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday in classrooms in district schools
learning to teach, and observing behavior of
early childhood, kindergarten and first grade stu-
dents. Students also worked at Hansel and Cre-
tel, Langls, and Kinder Kare Day Care Centers.
The club sponsored a Halloween party and a
Christmas party for two local day care centers
from money they made from selling shorts and
from donations to the toy drive. Members took a
tour of the Edna Cladney Home and afterwards
took candy to Cook's Children Hospital for Eas-
ter. The club also sponsored the Hike-Bike to
help retarded citizens of the area and raised over
32,700 for the cause.
Members met for dinner at various houses dur-
ing the year and even had a scavenger hunt at
Miss Beverly Hall's, club sponsor.
The Future Teachers of America were quite busy this year. Cathy Lewis
took the place of parliamentarian after the resignation of Kim Blakeman.
On October 31, members took candy to Cook's Children Hospital. The
club sold candy lollipops, on Valentine's Day sold love grams, then on St.
Patrickls Day they collected money for Shamrock's for Muscular Dys-
trophy. Teaching Days were April 12 and 13 in which many members
Mia Frost ran for District Miss FTA and received third place.
Officers were Kim Reed, presidentg Chris Blakeman, vice-presidentg
Nancy Croce, secretaryg Donna Reynolds, treasurerg and Cathy Lewis
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SUP6rintendent of Schools Assistant Superintendent
Board Has Busy Year
- Board President
Eagle Mountain-Saginaw school board mem-
. bers spent their year busily planning for a S15
P million bond issue which was approved by voters
last fall. The approved funds will be used for
" construction in the district's Facilities Improve-
ment Program, which board members, with the
help of community residents, students, and ad-
ministration, after an in-depth study of needs,
recommended to voters.
Plans include a new gymnasium, theatre and
band hall at Boswell, new classrooms at Saginaw
Elementary, and other improvements allowing
for growth at Wayside, Eagle Mountain and Gil-
liland Elementaries. Mr. Warren Keith was
elected to Place 6 on the Board of Education re-
placing Mr. H.C. Elliott, who chose not to seek
re-election after sewing 15 years on the board.
Mr. Eston E. Thornton was re-elected to Place 7
for his second term in the April election.
Most of the spring was spent with the board
reviewing building plans and contract letting for
the construction of the new buildings called for
46 ' ' the approved bond package.
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sits leisurely in the teachers lounge. dl Mrs. Dorothy Norris mops the flour as daily clean-
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Mr. Arthur VVilcock and Mr. Clarence Manly will not be forgotten, for the memories they left and the
impressions that they made upon many students at W.E. Boswell High School.
Mr. Wilcock, who was the head of the Science Department, along with being an active sponsor of the
IETS club, began teaching at Boswell when it first opened in 1961. During this time he experienced
changes not only in students but with the campus and was always willing to meet the needs of his students,
along with the changes. More important than Mr. Wilcock's many teaching achievements, was his devo-
tion and sincere concern for his students. Not only did he care about their academic achievements in
science but he was also interested in their personal ambitions. For all of these things, we will remember
Clarence Manly was another person who warmed himself to Boswell students though he was a new-
comer to the campus. Even though he was only with us a short time, Mr. Manly accumulated a great many
friends and his loss was unexpected to the many who were greeted by him each day.
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Senior favorite Dana Zimmermann was an active member of Future
Homemakers of America. During the year Dana was nominated for Home-
coming Queen and football sweetheart.
Senior favorite David Dumas displayed his spirit by competing in foot-
ball and basketball the last four years. He became the first recipient of the
Booster Club scholarship and the Sportsmanship Award which was
presented at the Spring All-Sports Banquet.
RICKY ADAMS-Athletics 121, FFA
131. RICKEY ALLISON-Construction
Trades 121, FTA 141, Athletics 141, FFA
121, FCA, FHA 121. SHERRY ANDER-
SON-FFA, Tennis, NHS 121, IETS,
FTA. IACK ARCRAVES-Athletics
121, FFA, Art, VICA 121.
DONNA BAKER-Pep Squad 121, Art
131, Gymnastics, NHS 121, SNHS 121,
Math, spanish 121, JETS. MARTY
BAKER-FFA 141. IOWAN BALL-
Athletics 121, FHA 131, Pep Squad 131,
Thespians 141, HERO, Golf, Tennis.
Trades 131, Athletics 141, Student
CANDY BECKUM-Band 131, FHA,
FTA, OEA, Library Assistant, Teacher
Assistant. DAVID BEEZLEY-Athleb
ics 121, JETS 121, NHS 121, FCA. KA-
REN BELL-FHA 121, Band 141, FTA
121, Student Council 141, NHS 121, JETS
121, Thespians 121, Library Assistant,
Math. MICHAEL BELL-Tennis 141,
MICHAEL BENEDICT. LORRAINE
BEVER-Band 141, Spanish, Math, Art,
Student Council. MARTHA BLAIR-
Choir 121, Pep Squad, HERO 121, FTA
121, Pioneer Press. CHRIS BLAKE-
MAN-Art 121, FTA 131, Spanish, Pep
Seniors of 1978.
LAURIE BROOKS-Band 145, JETS 145,
FTA 125, French, Math. KEITH
BRUMBALOW-NHS 125, IETS, Math.
Whiz Quiz. IEANIE BUCHANAN-
Pep Squad 125, HERO, FTA, Office As-
sistant, Pioneer Press.
DEBBIE BURCESS-HERO 125, YL
125. RUTHIE CAFFEY-Athletics 135,
FCA, Pioneer Press Staff. JEFF CAN-
ADA-VICA 125. RANDY CARROLL-
Pioneer Press Staff.
TINA COPELAND-FHA 125, FTA,
OEA, HERO, Teacher Assistant. CINA
CORLEY-FHA 145, Pep Squad, FTA
125, Office Assistant, Teacher Assistant,
Gymnastics 125. TIM CORNISH-Atlr
LAVONDA CROW-Pep Squad. Art
135, JETS, OEA, Office Assistant,
Teacher Assistant. RONNIE
CROWLEY-Athletics 135. ANNA
CRUZ-FTA 135, Pep Squad 135, FHA
125, Teacher Assistant, OEA. TOMMY
CURTIS-Athletics 145, FHA, JETS,
NHS 125, Pioneer Press, Math, FCA 125.
AMY DAVENPORT-Athletics 125,
HERO. BARRY DAVIS-Band 135,
Tennis 145, FTA 125, JETS 125, Math,
Office Assistant. DARRELL DAVIS-
Athletics, FTA 125, FHA, Pioneer Press.
GARY DAVIS-French 125, JETS 125,
Math, NHS, Whiz Quiz.
JAMES DAVIS-FFA 145. DAVID
DUMAS-Athletics 145, NHS 125, Cym-
nastics. LISA DYER-Athletics, FHA
145, Pep Squad 145, YL 125, Gymnastics,
Office Assistant, Student Council 125,
Pioneer Press Staff, Teacher Assistant,
Pioneer Staff. KURT EAGLE-Track
145, FHA, VICA.
TINA ELLEDGE-Pep Squad 135, Ath-
letics 145, Art 145, FTA 135, Student
Council 145, YL 145, FCA 125, Office As-
sistant, Teacher Assistant. JAMES
ENGLAND-DE. DAN ESTEL-Ath-
letics 145, FHA, FTA. LORI FEIS-
TER-Band 135, Athletics, Tennis, 125,
JETS, NHS 125, OEA.
DONNA FORBES-Art 135, Athletics,
Band, DECA, VICA. BOBBY FOW-
LER-Athletics 145, FHA. DARREN
FRAZIER-FHA 125, FTA, Athletic
Manager 135. KELLY CANONC.
TONI GARRETT-FHA, DECA.
CAROL STAGNER GAY-Pep Squad
131, FHA 121, Spanish, HERO, om.
Band, JETS 131, NHS 121, Thespians 121,
Math, Teacher Assistant, BECKY GIL-
LEN-Athletics 141, Pep Squad 121,
French, NHS 121.
CHRIS COULD. DENNIS GRAY!
Athletics 141, Gymnastics 121, Spanish.
CHRIS GROCE-Athletics, Band 141,
Spanish 121, JETS 121, Math, NHS 121,
DOUG GROPE-Athletics 141, FCA,
Studcnt Council, JETS, NHS 121.
DOROTHY HAMMAN-Athletics 141,
Tennis, FHA 141, Pep Squad, FTA 121,
Golf 121. KARIN HAMPTON-spanish
141, Thespians 141, NHS 121, Math,
JETS, NSHS 131, PASF 141, Speech
Squad 131, Art, National Merit Scholar-
ship Commendation. STEVE HAM-
PTON-Band. RODNEY HAMRICK-
Construction Trades 121, ICT, CVAE
DONNIE HANKINS. KEVIN HAN-
SEN-FFA FTA 121, JETS, DARLA
HARD-Athletics 121, Band 141, FTA
131, JETS 121, Teacher Assistant. BRAD
HARRIS-Athletics 141, FFA 121, FHA,
Mechanical Trades 121.
PHYLLIS HARRISON-FHA 121, Band
141, JETS 121, Math NHS 121. DIVAYNE
HEINSEN-Trailblazers 141, FFA.
OEA. TOM HOOVER-JETS 131, Art
131, Math, Student Council, NHS 121,
French 121, Teacher Assistant, Whiz
MIKE HORNER-FTA 141, JETS 141,
Math, Library Assistant. TINA HOSI-
NER-Band 141, JETS 131, Gymnastics,
Math, NHS 121. DARLA HUGHITT-
FHA 131, Spanish, Pep Squad 121, Cym-
nastics, Pioneer Press, FTA 131, OEA
121. LISA HUNTER-Band 121, Spanish,
NHS, FTA, OEA.
BECKY JAMES-Spanish Club 141,
PASF 141, Teacher Assistant. :QA
CHERYL HUNTER-Pep Squad 141,
Art, OEA. RANDY HUTCHENS-Ath-
letics 141, Pioneer Press, NHS 121. CHE-
RYL HUTTON-Band 121, Spanish 121,
NHS 121, FTA 121, Art 121, Thespians
121, NSHS, Teacher Assistant, Speech
Squad. MARK JACKSON-Athletics
PAUL JACOBS-Athletics 141, FHA
121, Art, West Zone Honorable Men-
tion Defensive Back, 3A-5 All-District
Defensive Halfback. CATHY IOAB-
Pep Squad, FHA, FTA 121, YPC 121,
OEA 121. CHUCK JOHNSON-NHS,
Tennis. TONI JOHNSON-OEA, NHS,
Tennis, Teacher Assistant.
TERESA IOHNSTON. STEVEN
JONES. LES KEEBLE-FFA. KAREN
KEENE-An 425, FHA, oEA.
SUSAN KERN-Spanish, Exchange
Student. REED KING. PAUL
KRAUSE-Athletics 425, JETS 425,
Math, Student Council. IUDY
BARB LAKEY-Spanish, Library Assis-
tant, FHA. BILLY LANCLEY-Athleb
ics 445, FCA, FHA, FFA 425, All-Die
trict VVeSt Zone. PAM LASTER-Pep
Squad 425, FTA 425, FHA, DECA.
IOANN LIVINGSTON-FHA 425,
Gymnastics 425, Thespians, OEA.
BOBBY LODES-Athletics 425, FTA,
ICT, NHS, Spanish, FHA. DAVID LO-
MERSON-Athletics, Spanish 425,
RICHARD LOMERSON-French 425,
JETS. SANDY MADDEN,
DAVONA MANN-Athletics 435, Pep
Squad, FHA, OEA. SHANNON MAR-
CUSE. DERRELL MARTIN-Athleb
ics 445, FCA, FHA 425, FFA. IIM
MCCLANAHAN-Spanish 425, Band
445, Tennis, NHS 425, Band Council,
Pioneer Press Staff.
DONA McCLURE-Office Dupli-
cation 121, DE 121. VERNA
MCKEEHAN-Office Duplication 121,
HERO 121. VICKIE MINYARD-F HA
131, OEA 121. DAVID MORGAN-FFA
141, FTA 131, IETS.
RICKY MORI-Athletics 141, FTA 131,
FHA 121, FFA, Art Club. ROBIN
MORRISON-VICA, Office Dupli-
cation 121. DOREEN MOSER-FHA,
FTA 131, Athletics 131, Pep Squad,
Spanish Club 131, Honor Society 121,
JETS. DON MURRAY-Tennis, NHS,
BECKY MUSKA-Pep Squad, FHA,
FTA 121, OEA 121. GINGER NETH-
ERY-Pep Squad 131, FTA, OEA, Pio-
neer Press Staff. CATHY NUTT-Band
141, Student Council 131, NHS 121, IETS
121, French Club 121, Thespians 121,
Band Council 121. CHUCK
OLIVETO-Athletics, Art Club 121,
Student Council 121, French Club 121,
IETS 121, NHS 121, Math Club 121.
KIM PARKER-Athletics 141, Art Club,
Student Council, FTA, OEA 121, Gym-
nastics. NOEL PEARCE-Band 121,
DE 121. MARK PEEL-FTA, Athletics
121, HERO 121. DARREL PERKINS-
DECA 121, Art Club, Spanish Club,
JILL PHIPPS-FHA, Pep Squad 121,
Spanish Club 121, FTA 131, Pioneer
Press Staff, HERO, NHS. GARY PITT-
MAN-Band FFA 141. SCOTT
PLEMONS-Tennis, FTA, ICT. MAR-
SHA PROLLOCK-Pep Squad, Gym-
RICKY RASEZ-Band 123, Art Club 133,
JETS 123, FTA, Cyinnaistics 123. MARK
RAINVVATER-VICA, MIKE REA-
SONER-FTA 123, Athletics, FFA.
FHA. KIM REED-Pep Squad133, Ath-
letics, Tbespians, FTA 133, HERO 123,
Spanish Club 123.
LISA REED-Gymnastics 1:23. Art
Club, Math Club, OEA. CHARLA
REEVES-Band 143, FTA 123, Fu.-x 123,
NIIS 123, French Club 123, JETS 123.
DEBORAH REYES. SYLVIA REYES-
FTA, Pep Squad,VICA 123, Cosmeto-
KATIE REYNOLDS-Student Council
133, Pep Squad, FHA 133, FTA 123. Ath-
letics 133, FCA, Colf, OEA 123, Pioneer
Press Staff. SUSAN RICHARDSON-
Athlctics 143, Pep Squad, FTA 133, FCA
123, Colf, OEA, Math Club. LEE ROB-
ERTS-Athlctics 133. FFA, FIIA. DON
ROBERTSON-Choir 133, ICT.
JIMMIE ROGERS-Athletics 123. Art
Club, VICA 123. KENNETH ROC'
ERS-Athletics 123, FTA, FHA, FFA.
GEORGE ROOS-JETS, Math. ROY
RUSSELL-BanLl143, Culf133, JETS 123.
French Club 123, Math Club.
GINA SALDANA-FTA, FHA. Art
Club. STEVEN SANDERS-JETS,
Athletics 133, Thespians 143, Spanish
Club. VERNON SANDERS-Athletics
133, FTA. RAY SCHWENCLER-FI-IA
IULIE SHIMP-Pep Squad, Gymnas-
tics 121, FTA, IETS, NHS 121, VOE.
DAWN SHROYER-OEA. DEWAIN
SMITH-Athletics 131, Pioneer Press
Staff. IULIA SMITH-Athletics,
French Club 131, An Club 121, Pep
Squad 131, Thespians 121.
TONY SMITH-Athletics 141, FCA 121,
FTA 121, FHA, FFA. APRIL SPRY-
Pep Squad, FHA, HERO, Art Club
MARK STARNES. SCOTT STATON-
ANDY STEVENSON-Athletics 141,
FCA IARVIS STEVENSON-Ath-
letics 141, FCA 121. IUDI SUTTON-
Band 131, Gymnastics, FTA 131, OEA,
Office Assistant. MARK TECH-
MEYER-Athletics 141, FCA.
KATHY THOMAS-Office Duplication
121, DE 121. LINDA THOMAS. MIKE
THOMSON-Band 141, Athletics 131,
Tennis, Student Council. TERRY
TOMPKINS-Athletics, Pep Squad 141,
FHA, FTA, Student Council 131,
HERO, NHS, Teacher Assistant.
IOHN VAN METER-Spanish 131,
NHS 121, NSHS, PASF 121, FTA, Pio-
neer Press Staff. IOE VEGA-Athletics
141. KENT VINCENT-Athletics 141,
Golf, Office Assistant. VICK1 VOS-
BERC-FTA, OEA 121, NHS 121, Ath-
CRAIG WAGNER-Athletics 121, Ten-
nis 141, FFA, FHA. RICKY WALKER-
F FA 121, Art Club, Pioneer Press Staff,
DECA, Office Assistant. ERIC WALL-
ACE-Gymnastics. SHERRY WARD-
FHA 141, Pep Squad 141, Student Coun-
cil, FTA, IETS, NHS 121, Pioneer Press
Staff, OEA, Pioneer Staff.
WILLIAM WARD-NSHS 121, Thes-
pian 121, Student Council, Debate.
IERRY WARREN-DECA, CVAE C0-
op. KYLE WATSON-Thespians 141,
Athletics, Student Council 141, FTA 121,
Spanish Club, Debate 141, Pioneer Mas-
cot. SHERI WATSON-HERO, Choir
RICHARD WEBB-Athletics 141, PTA,
FHA 121. MERCEDES IENKINS
WHITE-VICA, Art Club 121. CHE-
RYL WILLIAMS-Pep Squad 121, Ath-
letics 141, FCA, FTA 121, OEA, Teacher
Assistant. DONNA WILLIAMS-OEA,
FHA, Spanish Club.
NANCY WILLIAMS-Athletics, Band,
Thespians 131, FTA 131, French Club
131, Pep Squad 121, Student Council 121,
NHS 121, HERO. NIKKI WILLIAMS-
Pep Squad 131, Gymnastics 121, Art club
131, French Club 131, Teacher Assistant.
TAMI WOMACK-Pep Squad, Span-
ish Club 141, PASF 141, NSHS 131, Cym-
nastics, Math, YL 141, Tennis 121, FTA,
FHA, Student Council, Pioneer Staff,
Library Assistant. MARIAN
WRIC-HT-F HA 121, Band 121, VICA
DEBBIE WYATT-Band, FTA 121, Art
Club 121, OEA. PAT YOCHUM-Ath-
letics 141, Teacher Assistant. IEANNIE
SMART YOW-Athletics, FHA 121,
Pep Squad, Office Duplication, DECA.
DANA Z5-MMERMANN-FHA 141,
Gymnastics, Pioneer Press Staff, Office
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For the second year in a row, Laura Guadagni
and Reese Reed were selected by their classmates as
favorites. As juniors both worked to raise money to
sponsor the junior-senior prom. Leading cheers and
writing for the Pioneer Press were part of Laurais
year's activities. Reese served as class president and
was an active member of the student council.
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Sophomore favorite Elaine Turner was a member of
Future Teachers of America. Aside from school related
activities, Elaine spent most of her time swimming, ski-
ing, and also motorcycle riding.
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ticipant on the I.V. football and track teams. His hobbies
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Rennetta Davis, Advisor
Photographers: Gary Spraggens and Terri Campbell
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