W E Boswell High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1980
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Pioneers Go On and On 1
A Year's Worth Gt
The spirit of the Pioneers overliowed this year,
in sports as well as academically. Friendships
were regained after the somehow lost summer
months, and Boswell's campus continued to
grow, adding a new gymnasium and fine arts
center to the master plan.
Pioneer athletes did their share of expanding,
too. They wereisupported by the student body,
faculty, and parents through their hghting times,
and somehow the students managed to keep up
their academics when they were not over-heated
by "football fever",
Spare time, which was difficult to find, was
worshipped and consumed heartily. Hobbies
were turned to for relief, or many students just
planned a Unight in the town". It didn't matter
how time was spent by the Pioneers, they
managed to go on and on.
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al Even running in rain on Boswell's campus could be fun as seniors Laurie
Ware and Carter Horner ind. bl While strolling through a Held of wild
Howers, Sheri Means and Rick Steppick enjoy afternoon sunshine. cl The
assignments given by teachers never ceased to amaze students, especially
freshmen, who were new to the l'system". dl While working the lathe,
metal shop workers admire their work, el Hamming it up was something
Kevin Otto did well, victimizing fellow senior Debbie Wagner. fl Sailing on
peaceful Eagle Mountain Lake was a favorite pasttime for some students.
Pioneers Go On and On 3
Of the Minds
From computers to cosmetology, students at
Boswell were exposed to a wide variety of curriculum.
From the basics of English, math, and science, to the
areas of the arts and trades, they carried on the
tradition of trying to be the best.
With their noses in books or feet on the peddle of a
Singer zig-Zag, Boswell students were kept busy with
what they had come to do, learn. But it never ended.
From day one, we were bombarded with vocabulary,
snowed under by mathematics, and overrun by
science. Teachers had a constant supply of artillery in
which to blot-out the darkness of ignorance and show
students the light. Seemingly incomprehensible
trigometric functions stayed on the minds of many of
Miss Ott's students until the early morning hours,
while others battled with simple equations.
As freshman English students dove into l'Romeo and
Juliet", seniors made it through t'Hamlet" as
biologists were uncovering the mysteries of life, and
history students were retracing the steps of
ancestors. If not in a classroom, ICT, DE, VOE, and
Ag Co-op gave students a chance to give the ureal
world" a try and at the same time, get credits toward
graduation. Along with the books and the work came
the excitement of clubs which sprung up around the
campus. They offered relief from llbrain strain" and
time to spend with friends.
Looking back over the year, it was easier to realize
that learning never ends. There are always new goals
to conquer. And there will always be Pioneers
meeting these goals, Pioneers who are going on and
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al Drafting instructor, John Cleveland, demonstrates to one of
his students how to construct a perfect square. bl Biology II
students observe with unbridled curiosity the uterus of a pig
during a dissection lab. cl Mechanical trades students learn the
basics and use them to do minor repairs during their two hour
class periods each day. dl Juniors Tracy Johnson and Karen
Lomerson diligently sketch the plaza area of the campus as part
of an art assignment. el Advanced drafting senior, Scott
Worrell, deftly concentrates on his architectural abilities. fl
Senior Diane Murray is secretly found during a rare moment.
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Gym Has Formal Opening,
Arts Center Rises Upward
Pioneers continued busting out at the seams and Boswell's campus continued to
expand. When the workers started the cement pouring, the result was the "super-gym", a
giant 2,318 seat sport facility, opened for use in October.
Construction then moved westward on campus to the site of the Fine Arts Building, the
future home of Boswell drama productions and its band complex.
lVlore new faces appeared on campus with an enrollment over-flowing with 1100
students. The new buildings planned were to provide places for the student body to
grow and use in expanding activities.
The gym came to life by being the site for the 1979 homecoming pep rally as well as
having its formal opening in November with both boys' and girls' varsity teams playing in
their Hrst home games of the season. Four new dressing rooms were fully equipped with
showers and blow dryers, and painted in the proud Boswell colors of Blue and Gold. The
new structure, with two courts, will facilitate every athletic event from basketball to
Students watched with eager anticipation as the steel beams of the Fine Arts Center
were built up higher and higher. The 52.4 million project is expected to seat 1,500
together on the floor and the balcony. The center also contains practice rooms, dressing
rooms, rooms for building sets and sewing costumes, as well as the Ugreen room".
The Boswell campus expanded a great deal over the school year, providing more space
for Pioneers to grow.
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ai Sitting in new bleacher chairs, girls' Coach Donald
Enax admires the vastness of the new Pioneer gym, bi
Two of the Fine Arts Center work crew discuss plans
during a long, hot workday. ci A view of the new gym
from the student parking lot. di A workrnan hangs in
there while working on the Fine Arts Center. ei
Construction workers put the pieces of the Fine Arts
Building and Band Hail together.
Putting a horse through its paces with the glowing red
sun setting calmly in the west, or checking in with the
tower before taking off down a long runway into the sky
are some of the things that people like Laura Wright and
John Barber do in their spare time. Whether it be
battling the windy whitecaps while racing a sailboat or
tinkering with minute motorcycle parts, Boswell students
seem to find many difterent things to amuse themselves.
There are different seasons for different hobbies, so
while lVlike Beckner may be skiing out on the lake during
the hot summer vacation, someone else may be all
bundled up, bombing the slopes in Red River during the
icy winter months. All in all, people seem to find some
kind of hobby that fits their personality and meets their
definitions of a good time.
Some people prefer to continue their hobbies for years
at a time even passing them down as a family tradition by
collecting trinkets such as Diana Wartelle's growing
camel collection. These things may be worthless to some,
but priceless to their owner. Among this never ending list
of Ucollector's items" are such things as t-shirts, koala
bears, matchbooks, napkins, straws, autographs, glasses,
ticket stubs, spoons, plants, keys, or records.
Rounding up the calves to try another run is an
everyday routine of vice-principal Angie Averhoff Every
day after putting in her hours of work at school, lVlrs.
Averhoff ventures to the stables to Usaddle up" into her
With the school days coming one after another and
students groaning more and more, there is still a means
of 'lescape" with a hobby whether it be Janell Norris
working on the bar while practicing ballet or Dana
lVlcElreath talking to her plants to help them grow. As
long as it appeals to the individual, it's just another step
for Pioneers who tend to keep to growing on and on.
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cans against his forehead. bl Two students work fervently to arrange their notebooks during the
precious few minutes between classes. cl With a few minutes to herself, senior Erin Hooper
looks back peacefully on all the happenings of the day. dl During the spirited pep rallies, a vast
variety of signs and contraptions were displayed. el Bodie Wartelle shows off his vast athletic
genius by twirling a basketball on only one linger. fl A couple takes advantage of a quiet moment
, or two during lunch,
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In the true spirit of Pioneers the student body, faculty, and supporting fans, whose everlasting
memories will go on and on we look to the most meaningful words of the past and present students of
W E Boswell High School our alma mater:
The blue, gold, and white,
We love so dear,
Our alma mater
We will cheer,
Lift up your voice,
And join our song,
Sing our praises
Loud and strong.
Pioneers go on and on
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al Pioneer Press Staff Adviser, Miss Rennetta Davis. bl The
familiar smiling face we grew to love. cl At home in the news
room, Miss Davis could always be found proofreading her
students' work. dl She was always eager to lend a helping
hand to those who needed it. el Contemplating over copy
that must be read and reread before it could be printed.
A Friend and an Inspiration Dur
Each year, the publications staff dedicates the yearbook to a faculty member who we
believe has made a great contribution to our school. This year's dedication is also a tribute to
the lady who has worked beside us and has kept the yearbook alive, Miss Rennetta Davis. In
the past, other staffs have wanted to do what we have done, but she has always declined or
persuaded them otherwise. However, this year, we felt the credit was long overdue, and
therefore, Miss Davis, we dedicate this yearbook to you.
She has accomplished something that few teachers have, relating to students on a one to
one basis. When this happens, the friendship and respect established can last forever. Many
who have worked with Miss Davis, understand this feeling very well. For the seven years she
has taught at Boswell High School, she has become an everlasting friend to many who have
passed through her Journalism, Publications, or English classes.
With this friendship, has also come her years of experience in publishing newspapers and
yearbook. She has a 'lnose for news", that is, she knows what constitutes news and what
does not. This is what she teaches her Journalism classes. She never ceases to encourage her
students, plugging them with ideas and Flowing sentences, only to stand in the background,
giving the individual student the glory of the by-line. To many, it seemed that she was
predicting the end of the world daily, screaming l'Deadline is today, people!" The road to
Saginaw became well worn by Miss Davis as she carried the beginnings of every newspaper to
the Sentinel to be printed. Somehow, With her help, the paper was always out on time.
uch the same in Publications There were endless dates to be met Many Sunday
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afternoons and after-school efforts were necessary to meet these deadlines, and Miss Davis
was always there. When llGive My Regards to Boswell" rolled around, she was the one who
counted the votes for class favorites, and kept the results secret until the moment the
decisions were announced the night of the show.
Even though Miss Davis works behind the scenes, her accomplishments can be seen every
two weeks and the day the yearbook is returned-the results of her sweat and tears, and her
days of tension.
Even thou h we her students will leave' her care her devotion and her expectations will
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continue to inspire us throughout our lives and careers. Because of the dedication of Miss
- Rennetta Davis, our goals will be achieved.
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Although the Pioneers were defeated by the
Castleberry Lions, on Homecoming October 12
it didn't discourage their great enthusiasm or
desire to achieve on the football held. Students
prepared each day for the highlight of the week,
Friday night. The student council-sponsored
dress-up days and a Thursday night torchlight
parade were signals that the time was near.
Besides these preparations, the student council
also went through great extremes to decorate
the cafeteria into a "IVlini-disco" for after the
game entertainment. After the dance, students
continued their evening by eating at various
restaurants, proudly wearing decorated mums
from Boswell High School. The annual ex-
cheerleader breakfast was held in the library
prior to the pep-rally, which was the first to be
celebrated in the new gym. Again with their
spirits, the senior class came out it 1, winning
the Homecoming spirit stick. All classes
competed hard for this honor, and it was the
student body's spirit and faith in the Pioneers
that gave them the energetic desire to go on
and on . . .
The morning of Homecoming 1979-80 gave
some students a chance to exercise as they
cleaned the excessive decorations off the trees.
The entire campus was "TP'd" overnight as just
another spiritful act of excited fans.
Spirit was evident all over campus and burst
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al Janet Fulkerson cries in excitement as football
captain Marshall Woolsey presents roses to her as the
new Homecoming Queen bl Dolly Parton portrayed by
David Moerbe gives her Beat Em Bust Em cheer at
the Homecoming pep rally cl Senior class members
wave to the crowd in their winning car dl Enthusiastic
sophomores ride around the track in the car they
decorated in the student council contest el Janet
Fulkerson shows a glowing smile as she rides the art
club float around the track fl Pioneer of the Year
Marty Ezell Escorts Homecoming Queen nominee
at the Homecoming pep rally with the hve
nominees for Homecoming queen and Pioneer
of the year being announced The queen
nominees were Amy Kimmel Debbie Wagner
Cathy Corn Sheri Means and the 1979 80
Homecoming Queen was Janet Fulkerson
Escortlng these young ladies were nominees for
Pioneer ofthe Year Jody Johnson David
Taylor Mark Rauch Kevin Otto and the
recipient of this honor was Number 19 Marty
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The half-time activities were highlighted with
the car decorating contest. Taking hrst for their
decorated hot air balloon were the Seniors
Although only one class could win, all classes
participated with enthusiasm and hard work
Homecoming was not only a memory to be
cherished by Seniors of 1979-80, but also
celebrating in the festive activities were the
of X692 reminiscing from a decade ago
and celebrating their coming home. Their
memories, along with ours, will continue to go
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Thespians Salute 20th Year
fUSound of IVlusic"
In order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of one of
America's best loved musicals, Thespians performed an
outstanding production of uThe Sound of lVlusic" for
students and various members of the community in
"The Sound of Music" was hrst presented by Leland
Hayward, Richard Halliday, Richard Rogers and Oscar
Hammerstein II at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York
City, on November 16, 1959. This touching and exciting
play is about the Von Trapp family, as their father learns
the meaning of love through his children and a wonderful
lady named Maria, who Ends that being married to the
man she loves is what she rather have than being a nun.
Playing the lead as lVlaria and Captain Von Trapp were
Lori Morlock and Ricky Pope. The two oldest children were
Liesl and Friedrich, played by Kim Davis and Paul
Hostetter. Kurt, Louisa, Brigitta, and Gretl were played by
Tod Williams, Carrie Cleveland, Caren Sharpe, and Cindy
Edgmon. The supporting cast members were Becky Brooks
as the Reverend Mother, Gary Harlow as the uncle, Max,
Gayla Pretzer as Elsa Schroeder, and Eddie Smith as Rolf
This anniversary celebration production was dedicated to
the memory of Boswell drama and art student, Donna
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attend the Austrian festival. bl Lori Morlock and Ricky Pope,
playing the two lead roles in the fall production of "The Sound
of Music," add to the plot of the story with a happy marriage.
cl Kim Davis secretly meets Eddie Smith in the Gazebo. dl
Becky Brooks gives Lori Morlock a bit of advice to ease her
breaking heart. el The Von Trapp family sings a song led by
their father, Captain Von Trapp, fi Lori Morlock, who portrays
Maria, leads the children in singing "My Favorite Things". gl
Maria leads the children in "Do Re lVli". hi The entire cast
participated in singing USO Long, Farewell".
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al Congressman Jim Wright greets students after the
Lincoln Day Assembly. bl Aaron Yochum displays the
physique that won him the title of 'lVlr, lVluscle'. cl Denise
Charbonnet accepts the trophy for Mrs. Cottle's and Nlrs.
ones' classes, the girl's intramural basketball winners,
Dallas Cowboy Jay Saldig along with a 'special' award
from Saldi, dl Betsy Szlasa sings 'lVly Heart Belongs to
Daddy' at lGive IVly Regards to Boswell' on VaIentine's Day.
el House Majority leader Jim Wright waits to speak at
Boswell's Lincoln's Day Assembly. fl Dallas Cowboy's Jay
Saldi and Tony Hill answer questions from the student body
before the Dallas Hoopsters' game March 4 with Boswell
'All Starsk gi Most Studious nominees Debbie Hill and
Steve Harlow are presented to the audience during 'Give lVly
Regards to Boswell'.
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A year of service began for
Student Council members even
before school opened in August.
In July, fourteen members
attended a San Angelo University
Leadership workshop and had the
distinction of being the largest
land loudestl group there.
Volunteers helped newcomers at
freshman orientation in August
and aided teachers in setting up
their classrooms for the opening
day of school.
Homecoming week was the
Student Council's initial extensive
project of the year. Members were
responsible for planning the
dance, half-time presentations, a
'69 Reunion, a week of crazy dress
days, and numerous other
activities that had Student Council
members running ragged. Other
projects throughout the year
included a Halloween safety
project for grade-school children,
a canned food drive at
volleyball games, and a Christmas
concert. Members also started
what they hope will be new
traditions: Decorating a real
Christmas tree in the cafeteria,
and sponsoring a visit from Santa.
Activities planned for the
remainder of the year included the
return of the Mr. Muscle Contest,
St. Patricks Day activities,
attendance at the state convention
and Senior Citizen's Day.
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Council President Kevin Otto and
Kevin Robinson set up the ball in the
Student-Teacher volleyball game. cl
Members of the executive board
discuss an assembly with the
council. dl "Country Harvest Band
performed for students before the
Christmas Holidays. el Cathy Corn
and Amy Kimmel visit Santa Claus
CMark Rauchl and his helper CDavid
Taylor! before Christmas. fl Council
volleyball players send the ball over
the teachers, who solidly defeated
al Band Council bl Flag corp members for 1979-80 were: Lisa Davis, Donna Perkins,
Kolette Gish, Denisha Price, Bobbie Ross and Jan DeVries. cb Band director Chuck
Maxwell directs the Wind Ensemble's Christmas concert held at T.C.J.C. dl Boswell
twirlers show their No. "1" spirit in the mornin e rall .el Drum lVla'ors for 1979-
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80 were: David Lang, Angela Russell, and Robin Langley
Preparing for marching
contests, playing at the new gym
dedication service, participating in
the Rock-a-thon, and preparing
for their trip to the Lake Charles,
La., Band Festival were just a few
of the many activities in which
Boswell's Band of Gold
participated this year.
The band began early preparing
for the UIL marching contest, as
they marched in the mornings
before school and in the
afternoons after school.
Led by Drum Nlajors David
Lang, Angela Russell, and Robin
Langley, and under the direction
of Mr. Chuck Maxwell, the band
marched their way to all division
rating at UIL competition
Band students participated in
the annual Rock-a-thon which
raised approximately S1500 to
S2000 towards their trip to Lake
In December, students
participated in the All-Region
Band tryouts, with Boswell placing
a record number of 10 students
on the Honor Band. These 10
were Barry Brents Scott
Copeland Kolette Gish Andy
Hartsell Paul Hostetter David
Lang Jeff Owens David Piekarski
Pat Vawter and Laura Wilson Five
of these students went on to
compete in the Area Band try outs
later during the year
In the spring the band was to
prepare for their trip to Lake
Charles La to participate in the
Contraband Days marching Parade
and Concert Contest
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ci Choir members try to sight read during their second period music class. dl Members of the
choir rehearse a program. el Members of second period choir rehearse as one of their daily
requirements. fl Madrigal singers.
Show tunes, popular tunes and 16th century madrigals
were a few styles of music sung by the Boswell Choir this
The choir raised money by selling merri-belies and baked
goods. Ten of the choir girls performed as l'riuns" in the
December musical ilThe Sound of Music," which involved
many difhcult Latin songs.
December provided several performance dates for the
choir. December 16 was spent at Ridgmar Mall singing for
shoppers. On December 10 they sang for elementary students
at Gilliland Elementary and a concert of Christmas music was
performed at TCJC on December 18.
The Madrigal singers also performed for the Saginaw Lions
Club as a dinner at Vance G-odbey's in January.
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In the years 1979-1980 members ofthe Future Farmers of America prepared
for shows such as the Keller Fair, The Texas State Fair, The Boswell FFA Stock
Show and the Ft. Worth Fat Stock show, along with the San Antonio Livestock
Show, San Angelo Livestock Show and the Tarrant County Junior Livestock
Show. In the same time all the shows were going on, district ofhcers were
FFA members had nine meetings this year and a Christmas Party, The young
farmers attended two banquets: the area awards banquet and the district
banquet during the year.
Learning to Do,
Daring to learn
Earning to live and
Living to serve
was the motto by which the Ag students worked and learned. Amy Williams was
the chapter sweetheart and competed at the district contest in January, prior
the members' show at their farm.
al FFA members. bl Jeff Stevenson takes his white face calf on his daily walk around the pens at
the Ag farm. cl Stacy Davis examines her sheep before the FFA show in January. dl Some people in
Ag mechanics work repairing a trailer. el Troy Vawter watches carefully as his pig eats during a
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FHA members tried to live up to
their goal this year which was
"Helping youth assume their roles in
society, through home ecomonics
education in the areas of personal
growth, family life, vocational
preparation, and community
FHA did this by sponsoring a
Parent-Member 'tHoe Down" in
October and FHA members lent a
helping hand to Senior Citizens
during Senior Citizen Care Week.
Speakers gave hints during class
visits to help Homemaking students
look and feel more attractive.
Other activities planned for the
year were a Christmas party at a Day
Care Center, an after-school Frisbee
Contest, a Mad Hatter Party, and in
early spring, the second annual
Computer Dance. Nlembers also
worked in the concession stands at
the Five home football games.
FHA's high point member was to
attend the state convention in
Houston and the second high point
member was to go to Denton to TWU
for the area convention during the
FHA placed major emphasis on
consumer education, homemaking,
and family life education combined
with explorations of jobs and careers.
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Member Banquet. bl Homecoming teacher, Nlrs. Shirla Harris, assists students in making crafts using
dough. cl FHA members and their parents take part in the annual Parent-Member Banquet in October.
dl Freshman Kim Tarter studies a plastic container as other students arrange flowers for a home
economics project. el Senior Steve Barker and freshman Alicia Long act as host and hostess for the
Chapter Grandparents who helped give them ideas for the Senior Citizens Care Week.
A brand new organization was formed this year to
promote more spirit during basketball season.
The Spirit group, known as l'The Boswell Ten", were
pon routines during the home Varsity basketball games.
The girls were judged on performance, appearance,
congeniality, Hexibility, and coordination. The group
raised money by selling baked goods during the year.
E picked from twenty-ive who tried out to perform pom
E The spirit group also hope to perform on the football
held next year to help cheer the Pioneers to Victory.
uThe Boswell Ten" Pioneer pom pon girls were: Karla
Thome, Lauren Scheer, Terri Petelin, Jodi Barton,
Dianne Murray, Mary Beth Cook, Robyn Julich, Mary
Ellen Szlasa, Michelle Hoskins, and Celeste Bandy.
al Pom Pon Girls ready to begin
halftime activities. bl The Pom Pon
team performs one of several
routines for home crowds. cl The .
new Pom Pon team consisted of ten
members: Jane Szlaza in splits,
behind, left to right: Dianne Murray,
Mary Beth Cook, Terri Petelin, Jody
Barton. Standing, left to right:
Michelle Hoskins, Robin Julich,
Karla Thome, Lauren Scheer and
Celeste Bandy. dl The 1979-80 Pep
Squad yells "Charge" to boost the
pioneers to a victory. el Members of
Trailblazers try to help student
Laurie Ware avoid hitting another
car as she parks for a ballgame. fl
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The Pep Squad worked extremely hard this year as they learned
new hand routines, and new cheers. They attended each varsity
football game, backing the Pioneers all the way through. the Final
At summer camp the Pep Squad ofhcers took high honors as they
were awarded six superior ribbons, two superior trophies and one
tropy for the most congenial group. Kellee Fowler won runner-up to
the most congenial girl and Kelli Hall won a trophy for the most
Pep Squad officers for the year were president, Kelli Hall, vice-
president, Sharana Shield, secretary, Kellee Fowler, historian, Cara
Nlackey and treasurer, Cara Stewart.
Some people may wonder just what it is that the Trailblazers do
around Boswell's campus. They do more forthe school than just park
cars during the home football games. This year's Trailblazers have
helped load and unload equipment for the Pep Squad on all away
games. They also led the Torchlight Parade, providing the torches for
the event. .
The Trailblazers Ofhcers were, president, Scott Christianson, vice-
president, Lee Pittman, and secretaryftreasurer, Brent lVlorris. They
were sponsored by Joe Bryan, Bob Blakey, and Deryl Fox.
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The Junior Engineering Technical Society of
Boswell High School had a number of exciting
and challenging activities throughout the 1979-
80 school year.
The JETS club's main event for the year, The
Science Fair, came in the middle of winter,
February 20-21. This was a highly anticipated
moment, in which a great deal of time and
thought was spent with teachers inspiring ideas
and students preparing projects.
Inspiration of ideas was begun early in the
school year with a trip to Texas A 84 M at College
Station. A Field trip to the Museum of Natural
Sciences and History in Fort Worth helped to
broaden club members' ideas. Additional held
trips, activities, and science fairs took place
during the year.
Club sponsors were Mr. Samuel Lee, Miss
Alma Cox, Mrs. Melba Riggs and officers were
Denise Charbonnet, president, Cara Mackey,
vice-president, Celeste Bandy, secretary and Don
Dagg, treasurer. They were kept busy arranging
special activities and organizing the annual
sausage and cheese sales. Money from the sales
went to the Arthur Wilcock Memorial
Scholarship Fund which enables a senior JETS
club member the opportunity to further his
education in a science-related held.
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Engineering Technical Society members for the 1979-80 school year. The sponsors
were Mrs. Melba Riggs, Miss Alma Cox, and Mr. Samuel Lee. 37 Senior Mike Byers is
seen selling sausage, part of the JETS club money-making project. dlSenior Steve
Harlow attempts to create a "bug-free" computer program. el The Chi Alpha Mu
Chapter of Boswell High School for the 1979-80 school year. Sponsors were Miss
Kathleen Ott and Mr. James Atchison. fl Seniors Scott Worrell and Alan Livingston
observe senior David Piekarski as he runs a program on one of the school's
Boswell High School's Chapter ofthe
Chi Alpha Mu Cbetter known as the
Math Clubl was busy from the time the
Math Club was made up of selected
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in the field of mathematics.
Their first trip for the year was a
weekend in Houston visiting NASA and
listening to speakers. Next, a tour of the
Braniff Airline Facilities at D.F.W.
Airport was given by a Branifl' pilot.
Members also had a chance to see the
magic of lasers at the Museum of
Natural Science and History in Fort
Many other activities and projects
were planned for the year by the club's
sponsors, Miss Kathleen Ott and Mr.
James Atchinson and the oflicers, Scott
Worrell, president, Chris Stranc, vice-
president, Lesa Blakey, secretary and
Angela Russell, treasurer.
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ab Thesplans. bi Gayla Pretzer receives several
flowers as Ricky Pope watches. ci Gary Harlow
tries to enjoy a performance as Eddie Smith
causes a distraction. dl Suzie Murphy takes a
ride and interrupts the concentration of "Final
Dress Rehearsal" ei Fred Hutton takes a
plunge as the cast of "A Good Doctor"
watches in astonishment. fl Senior Debater
Scott Worrell tries to make a point. gl
In September Thespians enjoyed a
picnic at Forest Park, where they
participated in poetry reading and, of
course, visiting the animals, and
Thespians celebrated Halloween with
a dress up party in October.
November brought in the planning,
casting, and hard work necessary in
preparing for the fall musical. In
December the curtains opened and
the proud cast presented HThe Sound
of Nlusic" to celebrate its 20th
The International Thespian Society
Convention was held at Rosenburg in
January. In February the troup
provided the entertainment and sets
for the i'Give Nly Regards to
In Nlarch, Thespians invited several
schools to participate in the One-Act
Play Clinic in which each school was
judged on their own play. The district
One-Act Play contest held at TCJC
was also in Nlarch. Early in the year
Thespians sold two-year planners,
note pads, and cookbooks to make
money and in lVlarch they sold Easter
Thespians ended the year in lVlay
at the Awards Dinner in which new
members were initiated and
scholarship money was granted in
memory of Donna Cole.
This year, the Spanish Club was kept
busy with their activities and fund-raising
projects to go to state convention in Austin.
They had a bake sale, sold peanut brittle,
candy sticks, sour balls and candy dishes.
Some of the activities that members
participated in were bowling, eating at a
Mexican food restaurant and a joint
Christmas party with the French Club.
Spanish Club members were to go to a
state convention in Austin in lVlarch, along
with an ice skating party at Tandy Center.
Officers ofthe Spanish Club this year
were president-Diana Wartelle, vice-
president-Cathy Corn, secretary-Dayna
Henson, treasurer-Wanda Blount, and
PASF chairman-Janet Casey.
al Spanish Club bl Spanish Club members enjoy a
meeting at an area bowling lane in the fall. cl French
and Spanish club students had a joint meeting for
their Christmas party this year at Kim Blakeman's
house to enjoy each other's foreign customs. dl The
French Club's Halloween party, held at Cara lVlackey's
house, proved to be a popular spot for many
differently dressed trick-or-treaters. el At the French
and Spanish Club party, Mrs. Jones enjoyed cleaning
up after a pie somehow found its way to her face. fl
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during the year.
One of their fund-raising projects was the selling of doughnuts and
hot chocolate in the winter.
The main activity ofthe French Club was to be the Spring Banquet.
They also had a Christmas party with the Spanish Club and were to
go ice skating with them in January.
French teacher, IVIrs. Loita Cottle, was to sponsor a week long trip
to Europe during spring break.
Ofhcers for the French Club were: presidentfLea Ann Hylton, hrst
vice-president-Tracy LaQuey, second vice-presidentfCara Mackey,
Celeste Bandy was secretary and treasurerfTerri Petelin. The
historians were Lee Garner and Nancy Groce.
The 1979-1980 Art Club officers were:
president, Jimmy Brumbalowg vice-president,
Jimmy Vosbergg secretary-treasurer, Karla
Thomeg and historian, Rachel McLain.
The members began the year building the
homecoming float which was planned by Karla
Thome and Jodie Barton.
They were to go to CrystaI's Pizza for their
Christmas party, and visit museums for their
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Hero club members. cl Mrs. Jo Ann Brown and Kari
Shaw work frantically on the art club Float that was
presented at Homecoming. dl Janet Fulkerson, after
being crowned 1979 Homecoming Queen, displays the
club's masterpiece. el Miss Beverly Hall lights off a tiger
during the annual Hero Toy Drive. fl Lisa Rankin wraps
toys for needy children. gl Art Club members.
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During the 1979-1980 school year
Hero had various activities scheduled for
members. The hrst and most important
activity was traveling to elementary and
day care centers three days a week. As a
community service, the group sponsored
a children's movie, along with the city of
Saginaw, two Saturdays a month at the
Community Center. To excite children at
Calvary Day Care Center, the members
hosted a Halloween party hlled with fun.
Seriously thinking about neglected
children, they sponsored a Toy Drive to
aid a Christmas party at Hunter Day
Traveling to Edna Gladney Home
enthused the girls who lived there, and a
visit to the Easter Seal Society
fascinated the children there. Another
interesting visit was to the Child Study
Center to observe children with special
Oflicers for the year were: president,
Cheryl Johnson, vice-president, Robin
Roarkg secretary, Robin Julich,
treasurer, Brenda Kelton and historians,
Betsy Johnson and Dee Dee Granado.
PIONEER PRESS staffers prepared
news for the student body and the
community twice a month when they put
together the school newspaper. The staff
learned the fundamentals of news,
feature, editorial and headline writing
during the year, enabling many of them to
enter UIL contest events in lVlarch.
The newspaper, an eight-page tabloid
style, was mailed out to homes of each
student enrolled in the Eagle IVlountain-
Guest speakers during the year for the
classes were Donna Darovich, STAR-
TELEGRAIVI feature writer and Gail Burris,
public relations ofhcer of the Fort Worth
al PIONEER PRESS staff. bl Even with cold hands, Laura
Scarborough finishes up copy for the PIONEER PRESS, along with
staff member Brad Shaw. cl Dee Dee Granado concentrates on a
story about HERO. di Sheri Means, Theresa Bicknell and Janet Casey
take a break in second period journalism. el PIONEER staffers Todd
Womack, Carter Horner, Amy Kimmel and James Hoover get ready
for another big deadline. fl Photographer Scott Day takes great
pictures, even when he stars in them. gl Bob Allen and Jackie Petrilli
alphabetize index cards for the yearbook. hi PIONEER staff.
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It wasn't difhcult for the PIONEER Staff to get
inspired this year, for their determination was proven
bebofe school at the UTA Summer Workshop. Members
ofthe PIONEER Staff won second overall at the contest
for their theme and layout entries. They were the first
staff to place at a summer workshop. The members who
attended were, Jackie Petrilli, Carter Horner, Susan
Reece, Sheryl Fowler, Amy Kimmel and adviser
Meeting deadlines, staying after school, and working
on Sundays were just some of the duties the PIONEER
Staff became accustomed to. After the last deadline,
they only had to wait anxiously for the arrival of the
yearbook, even more so than the rest of the student
The yearbook came out in IVlay of 1980 with a
supplement to be added in August.
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OEA, a youth organization which is part of the VOE tvocational Ofhce Education!
program, started off the year with a Halloween party combined with elections of the
1979-80 ofiicers. Elaine Turner was elected co-op president, Melissa Ruelas, lab
president, Lana Shewmake, secretary and treasurer, and Terri Winn historian. lVlrs.
Sharon Young and lVlrs. Gwen Dean were the OEA sponsors.
In December the group held a progressive dinner with salad, main course, dessert
and exchange of gifts taking place at a few of the volunteering OEA students' houses.
In the month of February, OEA students were to attend a West Area OEA conference
and contest including areas of office work such as job application involving typing, Bling,
and bulletin board contests. Then in lVlarch members attended the state convention in
Dallas. If competing students did well in contests, they were to travel on to Minneapolis,
lVlinnesota, to the national convention in April.
Along with the many other things activities in which OEA members have been involved
included National OEA week in February, the Secret Pal program, in which students
chose a teacher for their pal.
To top off the year, the group planned a get-together picnic.
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During the year the oiiice duplication students duplicated for
Boswell teachers and did the P.T.A.'s printing and other outside
The students also learn basic typing and tiling skills, check writing,
layout and design, family hnancial management, and record
The club, Vocational Office Careers Clubs of Texas, met for
meetings monthly at various places. Besides social activities, the
members participated in various service activities. In the spring,
members who earned enough points were to participate in the state
VOCCT contests. In the past, teams have made good showing and
expected to again this year in San Angelo.
Oflicers for the year were: president-John Nlunoz, vice-
presidentfRonda Kennedy, secretaryfKerrie Winn, treasurer-
Gloria Nlartinez, Sargent of armsfLois Nichols, reporter-D'Lana
Cannon, and club advisor-lVlrs. Billie Thompson.
ab OEA members bl Senior Melissa Ruelas practices her office skill in vocational
ofhce education. ci Junior Debbie Anders works with a calculator in OEA. di
Sophomores John Munoz and Kerrie Winn work with a copying machine in office
duplication. el VOCCT members.
The Whiz Quiz kids were a relatively quiet group on campus
this past year. . . quiet that is, unless you happened to be in
the library during practice sessions.
This academic club was made up of a small number of
dedicated students whose interests had no limits. These
5 students were required to maintain at least a lB' average,
good citizenship, and could miss no more than two practices.
0' The eventual goal was to defeat all the area schools in the
Fort-Worth Dallas region in competition. Tournaments,
E played in a jeopardy fashion, were held on Tuesday nights at
the Dallas Christian College. Contestants got to hear
themselves compete Saturday nights on the radio station
WFAA when that week's contest tape was aired. Sponsors
bombarded students twice a week with data ranging from the
arts to the atom, The end result was ten very competent,
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The National Honor Society inducted new members
for the 1979-1980 school year in early lVlay with a
formal, candlelight ceremony.
Students were selected on the basis of scholarship
and teacher recommendations, while maintaining a 3.0
grade point average. Ofhcers were Bob Allen, president,
Steve Harlow, vice-president, David Taylor, secretary,
These people also made up the executive committee.
Academy and DXFW airport in February for a tour and
outing at Barbrook Recreation Center in Haltom City.
This outing was to be an all day picnic comprised of
swimming, eating, playing games and various other
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Senior Betsy Szlasa absorbs facts while Junior Mary Ann Hood thinks the question over. dl National
Honor Society members give their undivided attention to the speaker. el lVlr. Mike Williams speaks to NHS
members concerning the election of ofhcers. fl National Honor Society for the 1979-80 school year. gl
National Honor Society president, Bob Allen, vice-president, Steve Harlow, Secretary, David Taylor,
treasurer, Mark Klosterp and reporter, Jackie Petrilli,
lVlark Kloster, treasurer, and Jackie Petrilli, reporter. in
The group planned to visit American Airlines Flight I
an orientation. The society also held an end of the year Z
Mechanical Trades I
al Mechanical Trades members bl Mr, Irvin Barnes helps students with parts to a lawn
mower. cl The valve placement ofa lawn mower is being repaired by students dl Kenneth
Elliott studies parts of an engine. el Construction Trades students help improve the looks
of the school campus by pouring a walkway from the parking lot by the gym fl
Boswell's Mechanical Trades had a busy
year between overhauling and cook-outs.
They were busy learning about engines and
working with minor auto problems. VOCT in
mechanical trades stands for Vocational
Opportunities Club Training.
The ofhcers of VOCT of 79-80 were:
president, Robert Roarlc, vice-president, John
Cobb, secretary, Eddie Leverett, treasurer,
Kenneth Elliott, reporter, Randy Barksdale,
parliamentarian, and sargeant of arms, Brent
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Construction trades started the year by
building a patio for a resident of Saginaw.
There were also some improvements made
to Boswell's campus by the group, such as
benches in the plaza, a walk across the lawn
of the new Pioneer gym and a ramp in the
rear of the Ag Building.
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The active students of BosweII's DECA club had a
busy year taking part in school functions and raising
money for special causes such as Muscular Dystrophy
and participating in a Bowlathon during the winter
months, DECA club members and other participants
bowled up a total of S651 to go to Jerry's kids.
lVIr. Olen Nlahaffey, DECA sponsor and teacher,
contributed many hours to the club activities through
the year. Along with the Bowiathon, DECA sold coupons
that were good for a 11x14 family portrait.
In Nlarch Johnny Warren was an alternate to the
state DECA contests in Houston.
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Q everyday to Castleberry High
E Schoolfor their three hour class in
4-3 basic hairstyling.
GJ BoswelI's eight students enrolled
in the course this year and involved
themselves completely in every
L3 available activity, including the club
O Vica, which stands for Vocational
Industrial Clubs of America.
The class was made up of all
juniors, which included: lVlary
Wilson, Ginger Jones, Janice
Caraway, Trudie Ellis, Terri Hall,
Julie Axline, Cindy Hodges, and
This year was Filled with activities
for ICT, ranging from meetings and
contests to holiday dinners.
Their nrst meeting was the District
Fall Leadership Meeting at Grapevine
High School late in October. The State
meeting was to be held in the middle
of April at the Tarrant County
Convention Center in Fort Worth.
The VICA Chapter was to attend a
spring meeting at Sam Houston High
School in Arlington, lVlarch 14-15.
ICT congregated at the Chelsea
Street Pub for a Thanksgiving dinner
and later they met at the Hayloft to
enjoy a Christmas dinner in a western
The ICT students were to meet with
other schools to hold contests in
different job skills. They also had
projects to enter.
ICT was to hold their employee,
employer banquet late in April or early
e The club sponsor for the 1979-80
school year was lVlr. Joe Penn.
al Cosmetology student, Terri Hall, practices her "braiding"
techniques bl Cosmetology students. cl Senior Mark Byers
watches as ICT members get ready to see a film. dl ICT and
CVAE Co-op students enjoy a quiet period. ei ICT group. fi
CVAE Co-op group.
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al Office assistant Tammy Grant records
absences. bi Ofhce Assistants, cl Library
Assistants, dl Ofnce Assistant Kelly Bailey takes
a rest after a hard day of picking up slips. ei
Library assistant Karen Lomerson makes sure
W the books are in order, fi Teacher Assistants.
Boswell's Future Teachers had a busy year with
activities ranging from its traditional bake sales to
raising money for Muscular Dystrophy. To show their
school spirit, they sold spirit carnations at the hrst home
game and sponsored the balloon contest for
At the district FTA convention held at Texas Wesleyan
College in December, president Jan DeVries was elected
district recording secretary. She was to run for a state
ofhce at the state convention held in Houston February
Other ofhcers were vice-president, Bobbie Ross,
secretary, Teresa Wallace, treasurer, Sharana Shield,
historian, Beverly Buchanon, and parliamentarian,
Also in FTA tradition, student teaching day was held
in Nlarch, and fuzzy animals were sold for a money-
For holiday festivities, the club went to Four Seasons
Rest Home to sing Christmas carols, and afterwards
they went to Parton's Pizza for a party.
Sponsors for the year were lVlrs. Sylvia Underwood,
lVlr. John Cleveland, and lVlrs. June Newman.
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FTA scrapbook. cl Boswell FTA members check through their scrapbook before entering it in the district
contest. dl FCA girls ofhcers left to right: Debbie Wagner, Diana Wartelle, Theresa Bicknell, Tracee Fowler.
ei Fellowship of Christian Athletes. fl FCA boys officers top row left to right: Mark Rauch, Nlarty Ezell,
Marshall Woolsey. Bottom row, left to right, Jody Johnson, Jimmy Dickens,
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Despite the fact that Boswell's 4-6
record failed to earn the team the 3A-5
district championship, the Pioneers
provided everyone with excitement from
week to week.
The squad started off this season much
like last, dropping their first three games,
all non-district. However, North Side and
Keller, who were expected to give Boswell
a run for the crown, also dropped their
opening three decisions.
Due to this, the Pioneers' spirits were
still high and all had an optimistic outlook
on the next week as the Pioneers opened
district by spoiling Brewer's Homecoming
12-7. But the Carter-Riverside Eagles had
the same thing on their minds as they
shocked Boswell 16-7, giving the Pioneers
their Hrst Homecoming loss in 12 years.
Boswell suffered another defeat, a 24-0
blanking at the hands of district
champions North Side, before rebounding
for a 14-0 whitewashing of winless
The Pioneers traveled to Keller with slim
hopes of a district championship still alive.
But those hopes, along with those for a
winning season, were dashed as the
Indians held off a second half Pioneer rally
to hand Boswell their third district set
The defeat at Keller proved to be the last one
of the season for Boswell as they came back to
win their last two games. The team edged
Diamond Hill-Jarvis 10-6 before the last game
of the year, which was probably the biggest
victory for the Pioneers. The Hornets of Azle
came into Pioneer Stadium 8-1 and heavily
favored. The Pioneers refused to let the across-
the-lake rival beat them, and pulled out a 12-8
victory after a game plagued with turnovers.
The Pioneers' offense was spearheaded by the
backheld conbination of junior quarterback
Brad Shaw, senior fullback Jerry Davis, junior
tailback Alvis Yardley, and sophomore tailback
Todd Staton. The line, anchored by senior tackle
Kevin Otto and senior guards lVlark Rauch and
Billy Rose, also did a fine job. Senior receiver
Marshall Woolsey led the team in receptions,
many of which were touchdowns.
The defense once again played a large part.
Tackles Otto and Rose led the defensive line and
senior Iinebackers Daniel Gutierrez, Keith
Jackson and Jody Johnson did a hne job
throughout the year. The defensive backfield
was led by senior safeties Nlarty Ezell and
Woolsey and senior cornerback Danny
ai Varsity football coach Jack Clemmons explains play
strategy to safety Marty Ezell. bi Fullback Alvis Yardley
gets a hand-off from quarterback Brad Shaw in the
Pioneers' game against Diamond Hill. ci The Pioneers' iron
defense stood solid against Brewer's advancing offense. di
Captain Mark Rauch receives some extra taping on the
sidelines during a game. ei Pioneer defenders are unable to
stop an opponent from catching a pass near the end zone.
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Two Pioneers were placed on the 3A-5 coaches' All-
District football team. Senior receiver and safety Marshall
Woolsey made the irst teams on both offense and defense
at his position. Senior Kevin Otto received honors for his
play at the offensive tackle position.
Many Pioneers also received honorable mention for their
outstanding performances through out the 1979 campaign.
Senior guard Billy Rose and senior tackle Mark Rauch were
recognized for their offensive playing. Senior tackles Greg
Garrett and Otto, junior end Mike Beckner, senior safety
Marty Ezell and senior linebackers Keith Jackson and Jody
Johnson all drew praise from the district's coaches and
received honorable mention guards on defense.
ai Pioneer varsity: front row left to right: David Castaneda, Brian Bush, Jeff
Parr, Keith Parks, Todd Staton, Gary Brinkley, Greg Garrett, Ken Collins,
Kenny Hoppenrath, Greg Garner. Second row left to right: Greg Ingram, Brent
Hutchens, Billy Rose,Tim Yochum, Alvis Yardley, Kenny Corbin, Sammy Cruz,
Troy Vawter, Scott Nlettig, Third row left to right: Jimmy Dickens, Steven
Redding, Jerry Davis, Jody Johnson, Jimmy Stride, Don Dagg, David Vawter,
Kurt Thome, Doug lVlowelI, Kirk Montgomery. Fourth row left to right: David
Taylor, Marshall Woolsey, John Barber, Steve Barker, Tim Stevens, Keith
Jackson, Daniel Gutierrez, Ray Redding, Kelly Bailey. Fifth row left to right:
Brad Shaw, Marty Ezell, Danny Pemberton, Mark Rauch, Kevin Otto, Eddie
Bailey, Richard Majors, Darrell Beckum. bl Pioneer offensive tackle Kevin Otto
and wide receiver Keith Parks foil a play by the Brewer Bears. cl The 1979
Pioneer Football Sweetheart senior Debbie Wagner. dl David Taylor and
Danny Pemberton block a play from the opposing team. ei Senior receiver and
safety Marshall Woolsey and offensive tackle Kevin Otto were elected as All-
District players from the 3A-5 teams.
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With 4-4-1 Season Tally
The junior varsity football team broke even this year with a 4-4-1
record. Their last game against Azle, a 0-O tie, demonstrated the closeness
of their games all year.
The j.v., although they did not win district, played many close contests
and were a hard-working bunch. Coach Mike Amick said, uThe thing that
impressed me was their willingness to work."
The squad put together a stingy defense which was led by defensive
linemen Bart DeLackner and Billy Don Applewhite, linebackers Grady Ezell
and Rusty Freeman and defensive back John Garrett. Also helping to spark
the defense was Gene Reed.
Offensively, the junior varsity team was led by the rushing of Freeman,
who followed the blocking of guards Fritz Sayers, John Willkie, Ezell and
tackle Robert Groce. Also outstanding were quarterbacks Craig Williams
and Ted Stevenson, who both led the offense.
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junior varsity offense gets set to plunge into victory. cl A j.v, runner gives some
second effort for more yardage. dl Coach Jack Clemmons shares some wisdom
of football with members of the j.v. team. el Junior varsity team: Row one:
George Randall, Dewayne Price, Fritz Sayers, Neil Lackey, Rob Miller, Randy
Means, Dean Peterson, Tim Young, Steve Baker, Brad Miller, Manuel Ramirez,
Joey Taylor. Row two: John Scott, Chuck Mellott, Robert Morales, Rusty
Freeman, Brian Huftman, Greg Garrett, Ted Stevenson, Jeff Bilbrey, Marc
Charbonnet, Kenneth Elliott, Billy Applewhite, Gene Reed, Row three: Evan
Williams, Adrienne Allison, John Willkie, Bart DeLackner, Rocky Allen, Jeh'
Stafford, Jay Rosson, Craig Williams, Billy Phelps, Gary Barber, Phil Laster.
Row four: Paul Dunn, Joey Fief, Steve Selner, Devery Johnson, Mike Linstrum,
Robert Roark, Steve Thompson, Grady Ezell, Robert Groce.
Freshmen Gridders Win District
With 8-1-1 Record
This year's freshmen football team put together a very fine 8-1-1 record.
After a tie and a loss in their first two games, the freshmen put it all
together, winning their last eight games and capturing the district title in the
The freshmen combined to produce a very potent offense and defense. In
district play the team scored 152 points, while only giving up 31 points and
recording four shut outs.
Olfensively, quarterback Alan Daniel, tailback Tommy Castillo and receiver
Phil Bandy were outstanding, along with the whole offensive line. The line
consisted of Eddie White, center, Tommy Guedry and Arthur Jenkins,
tackles, Jim Ragle and Chuck Knowles, guards.
Defensively, there were many individual efforts but Coach Terry Reynolds
said this was typical of his defense, "We had good team effort through the
year," according to Reynolds. Leading the defensive charge was Greg
Bicknell, linebackers Scott Christian and Guedry and linemen Tracy Adams
The team's most exciting game was with Diamond Hill. After trailing 7-6,
the freshmen rallied for an 18-13 win and the district crown.
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watch the Field as their freshman team works toward another win. cl Freshman defensemen
close in on the Steers' offense. dl Quarterback Alan Daniel rushes on for more yardage. el
Freshman team: Row one: Felix Martinez, Darral Murray, Pat Dumas, Mark Ritchey, Troyce
Henson, Byron Grant, Mark Woolsy, Duane Henson, Mike Cherry, Cris Costen. Row two: Gary
Marony, David Hendrix, Marty Teague, Chuck Knowles, Russ Mackey, Jeff Hays, Todd Brune,
Mike Norstrum Kevin Smotherman. Row three: Mark Roden, Cheyenne Minick, Craig Ford, Jim
Krause, Tommy Castillo, Alan Daniel, Jim Ragel, Randy Applegate, Barry Hankins. Row four:
Joey Highhll, Rob McKinney, Ronald Riding, Jim Rager, Glen Miller, Edwin Bailey, Paul Gaston,
Devin Barton, Bobby Jones, David Gibson. Row tive: Scott Houston, Tommy Guedry, Greg
Bicknell, John Riggs, Eddie White, Daren Merck, Todd Bagby, Scott Cristen, Rex Blue, William
McMurry. Row six: Coach Tim Daughtrey, Authur Jenkins, Kevun Smith, Tracy Adams, Coach
Rhodes, Davis Run
To State Meet
Cross country runners Everett Rhodes and
Melanie Davis were already envisioning the
state meet at Georgetown when they began
the year with their fellow competitors in
The two runners, who qualihed for the
state competition held in December, were
consistent top 10 finishers all year. Rhodes
led the boys' team to a second place at
district at Keller on November 20, enabling
them to compete at the regional meet in
Arlington, where the team earned a seventh
place. The senior runner placed ninth to gain
a state berth.
Other team runners were Tom Petrushka,
David Granada, Chris Huffman, Brian
Huffman, Roger Corbin, Jim Seals, and
The girls competed individually, with their
best showing coming at Keller, as they placed
highest out of 60 competitors. Besides Davis,
the second year state qualifier, runners were
Vickie Steel, Dana McRae and Tammy
Running on the junior varsity level for the
boys were Rod Grope and Chris Wells.
The teams competed in meets at Country
Day, Jesuit and St. Marks in Dallas, Mesquite
and Grapevine before the district meet.
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Rod Grope, David Granada, Everett Rhodes, James Hoover, Brian Huffman, Chris Huffman, Chris
Wells, Jim Seals. bl Senior Everett Rhodes pulls ahead of an Azie runner in the boys' district cross
country meet to finish third. cl Boys' varsity cross country team members line up awaiting the start
of a race. dl State qualifier Melanie Davis runs with ease tothe Finish line in another race. ei
Juniors Melanie Davis and Vickie Steele run individually representing Boswell's girls' varsity cross
country runners. fi Junior Tom Petrushka Finds it even harder to make the last 100 yards to the
finish line of the course.
Netters Host First
Hosting the first Boswell Invitational Volleyball
Tournament highlighted the netters' year with the
Pioneerettes winning the consolation bracket of their
With Coach Debbie Biondi, three returning starters,
and lots of new players, all combined their talents and
efforts to compete in the name of Boswell.
Varsity player Patty Horton llalways kept our spirit
up," exclaimed sophomore Patti Woods. Junior-Varsity
captain sophomore Dawnell Dalloff led sophomores Lois
Nichols, Patti Woods, Diana Garza and Freshmen Liz
Gillen, Cristal Webb and Vicki Garza on the junior
Coach Biondi said, "We are looking to next year. Our
team was in re-building stage this year, but next year's
will be a different story."
The varsity team was headed by Juniors Janet Hilton,
Patty Horton and Sandy Johns. The rest of the team
consisted of sophomores Tyla Whipp, T.J. Hayden,
Jeannie Shore and Tammy Day.
Coach Biondi summed it up, "lVlost of the girls are
returning and we're hoping for a strong team next year.
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Varsity volleyball team: left to right, Front row: manager Shannon
Reeves, Coach Debbie Biondi, manager Paula Watts. Back row:
Tammy Day, T.J. Hayden, Patty Horton, Jeanne Shore, Tyla
Whipp. cl Sophomore Tyla Whipp jumps up for a block. dl Vicki
Garza sets up a volley. el J.V. volleyball team: left to right, Front
row: manager Shannon Reeves, Coach Debbie Biondi, manager
Paula Watts, Back row: Liz Gillen, Dawnell Dallof, Patti Woods,
Cristal Webb, Lois Nichols, Vicki Garza, Diana Garza. fl Janet
Hilton and Patty Horton stretch to return a ball back across the
net. gl Cristal Webb follows through after hitting the ball.
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Season in Years
Even though the 1979-80 Pioneer tive finished fourth in
district, they recorded their first winning season in many
The team's overall record for the year was 16-14, with
the cagers capturing six district wins while losing eight.
The Pioneers considered their season a success, coupled
with alot of excitement, after beating North Side for the
first time in the four years since the Steers entered district
The game was one of the many exciting ones of the
year. In the North Side game, the lead changed hands
several times, with Boswell finally ending up with a 46-45
The Pioneers kept their home fans on the edge of their
seats in close contests with Lewisville and Gainesville prior
to district play, then gave them more excitement in home
tilts with Brewer, Azle, and Castleberry.
The team played many close contests, with eleven games
ending with two-point margins. The Pioneers were
victorious in nve of the two-pointers and lost six.
ffm' During district the cagers competed from week to week
with teams who helped them exhibit their growing
Wg? experience and poise under pressure.
The team competed in three tournaments in the early
'5 part ofthe season, winning two second place trophies,
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watch as a Castleberry Lion takes the ball toward his goal. ci Senior Danny Pemberton tries to out-
rebound a Castleberry Lion. dl Sophomore Kraig Thome, who was named "Sophomore of The
Year", in 3A-5, goes in for a lay-up against Carter. el Junior Kurt Thome looks for a team member
for a pass. fl Varsity Team, left to right: Coach Tim Daughtrey, Kurt Thome, Kraig Thome, Danny
Pemberton, Randy Lauderdale, Darrell Richards, Terry Hawthorne, Mike Burns, Coach Don Boen.
Not pictured: Tommy Hutton.
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1 his opponent to shoot a jump shot at
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C. S ' catch a rebound in the Azle
Tournament. cb Junior Terry Hawthorne
, twists and turns to shoot against North
Side defenders, db Senior Mike Crisco
shoots for the basket against the
A . I P55535 Castleberry Lions. el Hawthorne puts
An ' , "' one up during a game against Keller at
iffy:- ,gj home. fi Sophomore Kraig Thome posts
up so Mike Crisco can pass him the ball.
gl Thome jumps high to rebound the
including second at their own tournament and a third.
Randy Lauderdale was named All-Tournament at
Grapevine and Azle, while Danny Pemberton and Mike
Crisco earned All-Tournament honors at the Boswell
Invitational in December.
At the end of the season, 6'3" center Pemberton was
named second team all-district while team members
Lauderdale, Reed Bogue, and Crisco received honorable
mention, and 6'2" forward Kraig Thome was chosen as
AAA-5 ilSophomore of The Year".
Although there were many outstanding players, the main
incredient for the successful season was uteam unity and
team concept," according to Coach Don Boen. The team
held together through some tough games showing
outstanding character and leadership. After last year's
team had set the foundation for winning, this year's was
able to take on step further, establishing a winning
Boen again stressed that the team came together as a
unit which was shown by the tive starters, with the high
pointer for the year averaging 12.7 points per game with
the lowest average being around 10 points.
al Number 32, Rusty Freeman, strives to shoot over an opposing player in a home game. bl Paul
lVlurry, waits anxiously for the ball. cl Sophomore Steve Ward goes up for two while the opposing team
looks stunned, dl Junior Tommy Hutton blocks out for the rebound. el Sophomore Rusty Freeman
skillfully dribbles through the Brewer defense. fl Front left to right: lVlarc Charbonnet, Kurt IVIays, Ted
Stevenson, Rusty Freeman. Top: left to right: Coach Tim Daughtrey, Jeff Stafford, Grant Taylor, Craig
Williams, Tommy Hutton, Paul lVIurry, Devery Johnson, Steve Ward, Brad Shaw, Chuck Mellot, Phil
Laster. gl Junior Brad Shaw plays defense against the Brewer Bears.
al Freshmen players go up for a rebound in a home
game. bl Freshman basketball team members: front
row, left to right: Mark MacDonald, Russ Mackey,
Alan Daniel, Phillip Bandy, Paul Hostetter, Shane
Wixom, Back row: Coach Jack Clemmons, Bill Trapp,
Greg Bicknell, David Duzan, Arthur Jenkins, Tracy
Adams, Todd Bagby, Tom Rauch, Tom Sommerfield,
Jim Krause. cl Freshman team members jump high
for a lay-up. di David Duzan steals the ball out of
the hands of an opponent. el Freshman Jim Krause
leaps high for a jump shot. fl A freshman team
member jumps over his opponent for a shot.
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Freshmen Post 23-3
The freshmen cagers posted a season of outstanding
victories with a record of 23 wins and 3 losses, tying for
district with Carter-Riverside.
The team set the best record this year out of all the
Boswell basketball teams, and the best record ever at
The team also won two tournaments, including
Boswell's own and the Castleberry Tournament. They
came in second in the Keller Tournament, losing out to
Carter, who captured hrst place.
Tracy Adams, was placed on the junior varsity, after
showing excellent skills on the court.
Some ofthe other oustanding members who
contributed each week were Alan Daniels, Tommy
Castillo, Phillip Bandy, Arthur Jenkins, Greg Bicknell,
James Krause, Kevin Smotherman, David Duzan, and
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8-6 District Tally
The excitement of playing in Boswell's new gymnasium and their trek
down to Conroe were just a few highlights of the Boswell Pioneerettes'
Opening their regular season on November 19, the varsity girls traveled
to Mansfield and Aledo where they picked up their First two wins of the
The dedication of the new gym was a new experience for the girls as
they faced Irving in front of a full house only to fall short of a victory.
The team traveled next to Conroe, where they participated in the
Conroe High School Tournament, in which they suffered defeats by La
Porte and El Campo. Junior Mary Kay Winchell was named to the All
Tournament team there.
The team worked to get back on their feet as they experienced defeats
from Cleburne and from Arlington Lamar and Bishop Lynch in the
The girls got it together to defeat the Lake Worth Frogs 68-20.
This year the girls co-hosted the Boswell Tournament in which they
received second place after defeating Neumann Smith and Bonham, but
fell to Lewisville in the final round. Senior Dana McElreath and Denise
Charbonnet were named to the All-Tournament team.
On December 17, the girls began district play by defeating Diamond
Hill. But they next fell to the Azle Hornets by a 31-point deficit. The team
ended the first half of district with a disappointing 3-4 record.
In the second half, the team fought back to defeat all but the Azle
Hornets and the Keller Indians, as they closed out the season with their
record standing at 8-6.
Leading scorers for the Pioneerettes were Mary Kay Winchell with 294,
and Dana McElreath with 249. Leading in rebounds was McElreath with
a total of 295, followed by Winchell with 249.
This year's team will lose Dana Mclilreath, Susie Reece, Debbie
Wagoner, Diana Wartell and manager Donna Reynold as graduating
Returning to next year's squad with a lot of court experience will be
Winchell, Theresa Bicknell, Charbonnet, Dayna Henson, Tammy Stafford,
Karen Lomerson and Le Ann Trapp. Moving up from the J.V. for the last
few games were Laurie Burgess and Cindy Reasoner, who helped with
varsity chores and gained experience for next year.
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goes up high for a lay-up during a game. ci Senior Dana Mclilreath jumps up high over a Castleberry Lion
for a shot. di Sophomore Laurie Burgess positions herself for a rebound after Dana McElreath shoots. el
Junior Dayna Henson stretches out to make her lay-up during a game against North Side. fi Senior Debbie
Wagner dribbles around three North Side Steers.
ab Senior Susie Reece tries to gain possession ofthe ball
during a home game against Diamond Hill. bl Guards
Dayna Henson and Karen Lomerson prepare to rebound
LeAnn Trapp's free throw. cb Varsity Girls: left from right,
front row: Debbie Wagner, Denise Charbonnet, Diana
Wartell. Second row: Tammy Stafford, Karen Lomerson,
Dayna Henson. Third row: LeAnn Trapp, Dana McElreath,
Susie Reece, Theresa Bicknell. Back Row: Paula Watts,
Coach Donald Enax, Mary Kay Winchell, Donna Reynolds.
dl Coach Donald Enax talks to the team during half time. el
Post Mary Kay Winchell stretches high during a jumpball. fl
Post Dana McElreath goes in for a rebound as Mary Kay
The girls' JV set a record of the
longest unbeaten homestand and
in district play ever, and ended the
season with an 8-9 overall record.
Angela Fuchs and Lana Tilley
were the season's leading scorer
and rebounder, respectively.
Wanda Blount, Jennifer St.
Germaine, Laurie Burgess, and
Cindy Reasoner showed a great
deal of leadership and enthusiasm
for the team.
Sophomore Reasoner and
Burgess were both moved up to
the varsity squad later in the year,
The whole team showed great
improvement, and as Junior
Jennifer St. Germaine put it, 'iWe
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ai J.V. basketball team front, left to right: Angela Fuchs,
Christy Leatherman, Joann Bever, Tracee Fowler, Jennifer
St. Germaine. Back, left to right: manager Donna Reynolds,
Betty Jo Covington, Wanda Blount, Lana Tilley, Cindy
Reasoner, Laurie Burgess, Suzie Golden, Terri Tate,
manager Shannon Reeves. bi Sophomore Suzie Golden is
cornered by some Castleberry Lions in an away game, ci
Freshman Melanie Glover goes up for two points. dl
Freshman Cindy Graham passes the ball to a teammate. el
Freshman players, front, left to right: Vickie Gonzales,
Stephanie Waggoner, Kelli Eagle, lvlechelle Langford,
Tammy Bolton, Cynthia Espinosa, manager Jayme
Jorgenson. Back, left to right: Renee Gray, Sandra
LaGrassa, Trae Newton, Melanie Glover, Traci Jones, Stacey
Hjort, Carla Biggs, Kari Shaw, Lynn Peters, Cindy Graham,
Dana Richardson, Coach Debbie Biondi. fl Freshman
Tammy Bolton uses her dribbling ability to outfwit her
opponent. gl Jennifer St. Germaine jumps high as she goes
in for a layeup.
Getting used to Boswell is one of the first things a freshman must do,
however, the freshman girls soon broke through the barrier and brought
home a 7-9 season record.
Since only four other district schools had freshmen girls' basketball
teams, games were scarce but the learning experience was invaluable,
according to Coach Debbie Biondi.
The freshmen girls competed against Brewer, Azle, Keller, and
Castleberry twice, and also competed against some local private schools.
These included Fort Worth Country Day, Cleburne and Nolan High
Schools. The young Pioneerettes gained victories against these three
Their record was 7 wins-9 losses. With so few games the emphasis
was placed more on technique than on spirit.
lVlelanie Glover's hard work paid off as she was named the leading
scorer and Stacey Hjort as the leading rebounder for the team.
Coach Biondi summed the year up saying, UOveralI it was a successful
year, even though the scores don't show it, The girls improved greatly."
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After a long summer of vigorous workouts,
Boswell gymnasts faced a diflicult but promising
season with both the varsity and junior varsity
teams setting their sights on top competition in
the region and eventually the state meet.
The past year, changes within the women's
team were made creating two varsity teams to
compete instead of the conventional one. They
competed against each other in most meets,
however in the major meets the two combined
to form one. This not only gave more members
a chance to compete, but also strengthened the
The year's men's team helded 25 members,
with 15 being newcomers. The girl's division had
a larger number of experienced members, and
with the year's newcomers, the team's overall
strength was heightened.
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bi Girls' varsity: top row, left to right: Sandy Raesz,
Linda Deyoung, Robin McMenamy, Jane Szlasa,
LeaAnn Hylton, Mary Ellen Szlasa, Debbie Phipps,
DeeDee Russell. Second row: Coach Carey Cribbs,
Manager Brenda Lewellen, Carol Lay, Tracy LaQuey,
Diane Perry, Linda Williams, Angela Phelps, Meredith
Pray. cl Sophomore Ellis Castenada watches Gerardo
Barrera as he performs a difiicult trick. di Junior
varsity: top row, left to right: Vickie Thigpen, Amy
Williams, Susie Murphy, Kim Pace, Kim Tarter,
second row: Gina Jordan, Stephanie Keim, Shelly
Thompson, Phyllis Carpenter, Coach Carey Cribbs. ei
Junior Gina Jordan practices a routine on the bars
during workout. fi Boy's varsity: top row, left to
right: Coach Darrell Daniel, Aaron Yochum, Marty
Starnes, Gary Gray, Clayton Duffee, Jeff Cantwell,
Pete Schmerber, Robert Rodriguez, Manager Keith
Elliot. Bottom row: Rob Miller, David Castenada,
Lupe Campus, Kevin Robinson, Gerardo Barrera. gi
Junior varsity: back row, left to right: Russell
McMenamy, Eddie Flores, Jimmy Connors, Eden
Barrera, Kyle Whitaker, Manager Keith Elliot. Front
row: Ellis Castenada, Felix Martinez, Jay Molina,
Andy Sams, Manuel Ramirez. hi Junior Lea Ann
Hylton does an arabesque on the beam in
preparation for the big meet. ii Senior Aaron
Yochum uses total concentration and strength as he
works on a difficult routine.
Strong points for the men's team
were the events of floor exercise,
vaulting, and rings. As for the
women's team, their strong points
were vaulting and also Floor exercise.
Competing in top form throughout
the year for the teams were seniors
Carol Lay, junior Linda Williams, and
sophomore Angela Phipps and Tracy
LaQuey. Men's top competitors were
seniors Kevin Robinson, Aaron
Yochum, Jeff Cantwell and Gerardo
Coaches Carey Cribbs and Darrell
Daniel felt conhdent toward the
season and felt the team had set
good attainable goals.
For the first time, Boswell hosted
the Regional meet, which was held
April 4-5. During the winter months
Boswell was being considered to be
the host of the State meet, and this SOCKS 101
decision was to be made by spring.
Netters Begin Early Season
This year's Boswell tennis team started the year early with Fall Tennis
competition at TCU's Mary Pottishman Lard Tennis Center.
Though the tourney was cancelled after the first four matches due to bad
weather, Boswell ended up with a 2-1-1 record.
The Boswell netters were joined this year by snior Lauren Sheer, an Oklahoma
state-ranked player. Lauren played number two girls' singles and she and her
doubles partner, Kris Wood, had a good chance of advancement in district.
Warm weather early in the year gave the netters a chance to work out and
have matches with such teams as Burleson, Keller, Watherford, and Azle before
they began district play in April.
District was to be held at Tarrant County Junior College this year. The girls'
competition would be held April 1-3, and boys' April 7-9.
Going into District, Terry Hawthorne, last year's second place district winner
had an excellent chance at grabbing Hrst place. lVlary Kay Winchell, Boswell
girls' number one singles player, also had a great chance of advancement.
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The Administration at Boswell changed
hands once again this year with the new
face of Vice-Principal Weldon Hafley
roaming the campus. The evergrowing
student body accepted the new face with
flying colors and lVlr. Hafiey, who
graduated from Boswell, is now at home
The School Board had a long agenda
including setting an April 5 election to fill
tive empty board places. The board hosted
the opening of Boswell's new gymnasium
November 27, as well as overseeing the
construction of the Boswell Fine Arts
Center, Wayside and Gilliland physical
education facilities, and Saginaw and
Eagle Mountain Elementaries' classrooms.
The board continued their annual
meetings every month to discuss new
buildings and regular policies. Although
they had many tasks to complete, the
board members continued to achieve their
goals and help to further better education
throughout the district.
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the first ribbons in the opening ceremonies of
Boswell's new gym. bl Spectators watch as both
boys and girls varsity basketball teams hold the
ribbons waiting for them to be cut, and freshmen
and J.V. teams quietly observe on the Hoor at the
gym dedication. cl Vice-Principal Angie Averhoff
quietly contemplates a student's problem during a
conference in her ofhce.
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handing back change as the lunch lines open, bl The
teens at Boswell can't seem to learn to put up their own
chairs, so they get a little help from custodians. cl The
end ofthe day brings a lot of things and one of them is
cleaning up the cafeteria kitchen for Pearl Ash. dl
Boswell's campus is kept clean by hard-working
custodians who help keep it spruced up. eb "lt's so shiny
I can see myself," says Mrs. Dorothy Norris.
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Senior class officers for 1979-80 were Debbie
Wagner, front, president, Mark Kloster, vice-
president, Debbie Hill, secretary and David Taylor,
VICKIE ADAMS-FTA 629, OEA 129, Art, FHA,
NHS 129. BOB ALLEN-Thespians I49, Student
Council I49, Jets C39, NHS 629, IVlatl'1 Club,
PIONEER Staff, RICHARD APPLEWHITE --
Band l39, Key Club l29, ICT 429. FRANK
ARTEGA-FTA, FHA, Art Club.
ROBERT ARTEGA, KELLY BAILEY-Football
K49, Basketball 449, Baseball, Student Council
l29, FHA, Office Assistant. RENNETTA
BAILEY, JULIE BAKER-Pep Squad l39, FTA
139, Art Club 439, HERO.
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FHA. BOYD BARKSDALE-Football,
Mechanical Trades l29, CVAE Co-op. VALERIE
BARRINGTON-Library Assistant l29, Jets 429,
French Club l29, Teacher Assistant,
SUSAN BISHOP-Band 431, FTA, FHA, OEA,
Art Club. KIM BLAKEMAN-FTA 431, FHA,
Pep Squad 121, Gymnastics 421, Ofhce
Assistant, Spanish Club 421, NHS, OEA, VOE,
Teacher Assistant, PIONEER PRESS Staff.
LESA BLAKEY-FTA, Band 421, Student
Council 421, NHS 421, Math Club 421, Spanish
Club. REED BOGUEYBasketball 441, Golf 441,
JAMES BOHANNON-ICT 421. GARY
BRINKLEY-Football 431, Baseball, FCA 421
NHS 421, Nlath Club, FHA. BECKY BROOKS-
Band 431, Jets 431, Choir 421, Thespians 431,
French Club, Debate 421, Student Council.
JIMMY BRUMBALOW-Art Club 421, Spanish
Club, PIONEER PRESS staff.
MIKE BUCKNER-DECA. LORI BUIE-Art
Club, FHA. MARCUS BYERS-ICT 421,
Gymnastics, Key Club. MIKE BYERS-ICT 421,
VICA 421, Key Club.
JEFF CANTWELL-Football, Basketball,
Tennis, Gymnastics 431, Jets 441, NHS 421,
Math Club, Teacher Assistant. ANGIE
CARPENTER-VOCCT 421, HERO, OEA. CARLA
CARTWRIGHT-FTA, Art Club 421, Jets,
Student Council, Pep Squad, OEA, NHS 421.
DAVID CASTANEDA-Football 431,
TINA CHANCELLOR-FTA 431, Gymnastics 421,
Pep Squad 421, FHA, OEA, PIONEER PRESS
Staff, NHS 421. BEN CHAPMAN-Ag 441.
DELORES CONTRERASfBasketball 421,
Track, Pep Squad, Art Club, Thespians 421,
HERO, Teacher Assistant. RAMONA
CONTRERAS-CVAE Co-op 421.
JOEL COOK-French Club, DECA, ERIC
COOK-Tennis 431, TRACY COPENHAVER-
Pep Squad, Spanish Club 441, Volleyball, FFA
431, FTA 421, NHS 421, Student Council 421.
ROGER CORBIN-Football 421, Cross Country,
DEBBIE CORBIT-Gymnastics 421, FHA 431,
Jets 421, FTA, OEA 421, Office Assistant 421,
NHS 421. CATHY CORN-FTA, Spanish Club
421, Art Club, PIONEER Staff, NHS 421.
TOMMY CRAIN-Football 441, Track 421, Jets
431, Math Club 421, French Club 421, Whiz Kids
421, NHS 421. MIKE CRISCO-Basketball 441,
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DONALD DAGG-Football 143, Track 123, Jets
133, Math Club 123, French Club 123, Whiz Kids
123, NHS 123. ADRIENNE DANKO-
Gymnastics, Basketball, Pep Squad 123, FTA
123, FHA 123, FCA, Thespians, Jets 123,
Spanish Club 123, NHS 123, Teacher Assistant.
GARY DAVIS-Football 123, Trailblazers 123,
FFA 123, FHA, JERRY DAVIS-VOCT 123,
Football 133, FHA.
LISA DAVIS-Band 143, Tennis 123, Math Club,
MARK DAVIS-FTA 133, FHA, Student Council
133, Office Assistant, OEA, NHS 123. DON
DAY-Art Club, FHA 123, Thespians. SCOTT
DAY-PIONEER PRESS Staff, PIONEER
ANGELA DELANO-Band 133, FTA 123, FHA
123, OEA, VOE Co-op. JIMMY DICKENS-
Football 143, Track 143, FHA, FCA 123. DONNA
DILL-FTA, FHA, VOCCT 123, CVAE Co-op123,
Library Assistant. VICKIE DOMINEY-Art Club
123, FTA 123, Pep Squad, Ofice Assistant, OEA
LORA Doss-An Club 123, Spanish Club, FHA,
FTA. MIKE DYER-Football 123, FFA 143, Ag
CVAE co-op123. KENNY ELLIS-Art Club.
MARY EZELL-Football 143, Basketball 123,
Track 123, Baseball, FHA, FCA. JOHN FEIL-
Baseball, Key Club 123, Jets. SANDRA
FIGUEROA. STEVE FORRER-Football, CVAE
SHERYL FOWLER-Pep Squad 133,
Gymnastics, Basketball, Track, FTA 123, Art
Club, FHA 123, French Club 123, PIONEER
PRESS Staff, PIONEER Staff. JAN ET
FULKERSON-Gymnastics 123, Art Club, FTA,
FHA, PIONEER PRESS Staff, Spanish Club,
Student Council, Thespians, FCA, DENISE
GAGE-DECA123. DEBBIE GANG.
MARK GANNON-Football, Golf, Basketball,
Baseball. GREG GARNER-Football 143, Track
123, FTA, Jets, FCA. LISA GARNER-Band,
FTA, FHA, FFA, Pep Squad, OEA, French
Club, Teacher Assistant, PIONEER PRESS
Staff, Golf. GREG GARRET-Football 143,
CECILIA GILES. TAUNA GILLEN-Basketball
Pep Squad, FTA 127, DECA, OEA. RODN EY
GRAHANI-Tennis, ICT, DELORES GRANADO-
FHA, HERO 127, Art Club, Ofiice Assistant 127.
ROBERT GRANNAN. TANINIY GRANT-Pep
Squad 127, Basketball 127, Track, FTA, Art
Club, FHA, Spanish Club, Office Assistant.
DEBBIE GRATE-CVAE Co-op, Pep Squad.
NANCY GROCE-FTA137, FHA, Thespians 127,
Pep Squad, Jets 137, French Club 137, Art
Club, Nlath Club, Student Council, PIONEER
Staff, NHS 127.
SALLY HAM-Band 147 FTA, Jets 127, Math
Club 127, French Club 127, Student Council,
NHS 127. STEPHEN HARD-Band137,DE,
STEVEN HARLOWeSpanish Club, Jets,
Tennis, Key Club, Math Club, NHS 127. LISA
HEADRICK-Band 147, Jets 127, OEA, NHS
JILL HEFFELFINGER-Basketball 127, Track
127, FTA 127, Pep Squad 127, Library Assistant
127, DECA127, NHS 127. CHRIS HIGH-Golf,
Spanish Club 127, Key Club 127, Ofhce
Assistant, Teacher Assistant. DEBRA HILL-
Basketball 127, Track, FTA 147, FHA, Pep
Squad 127, Spanish Club, NHS 127. GREG
HIPPS-Football, FTA 127, Trailblazers 127,
FHA, HERO, Ofhce Assistant.
GREG HJORT-Jets. DEBBIE HOLT-
Gymnastics 127, Spanish Club 137, Pep Squad
137, FTA, Jets, FCA, OEA, NHS 127. ERIN
HOOPER-FHA, Thespians, OEA, PIONEER
PRESS Staff. CARTER HORNER-Basketball
127, Pep Squad 137, FTA 147, FHA, Art Club
137, PIONEER PRESS Staff, PIONEER Staff,
Student Council, FCA, NHS 127, French Club
MICHELLE HOSKINS-Jets, CVAE Co-op, Art
Club. DAVID HUNTER-Thespians, Spanish
Club, Jets 127, Nlath Club, NHS 127. BRENT
HUTCHENS-Football 137, Jets 127, lVlath
Club. GREG INGRANI-Football 147, Track 147,
Jets, Teacher Assistant, PIONEER PRESS
KEITH JACKSON-Football 147, Basketball
137, FHA 127, FTA, FCA, HERO, Office
Assistant, Teacher Assistant, Baseball. JACKIE
JACOBSONAFTA, FHA. CHERYL JOHNSON-
Pep Squad 137, FTA 127, HERO 127, DENNIS
JOHNSON-Band 147, Jets, FHA, Library
JODY JOHNSON4Football 133, Track 133,
Baseball, FFA, FCA 123. DIANE JONES-Jets,
FHA, FTA, NHS 123, Nlath Club 123, Student
Council 123, JERRY JORGENSEN-Tennis 123,
Spanish Club, Math Club. ROBYNE JULICH-
Gymnastics 123, FTA, FHA, HERO.
MILDRED KEIM-Pep Squad 143, Spanish
Club, Track 143, Jets 143, FTA, Student Council
133, NHS 123, Gymnastics, Math Cub.
BRENDA KELTON-Pep Squad, HERO 123.
Teacher Assistant. SUSAN KEYS-Pep Squad,
Track 133, Basketball, FTA, FFA, HERO, Art
Club. AMY KIMMEL-Pep Squad 123, Spanish
Club 143, Tennis, PIONEER PRESS Staff,
PIONEER Staff, Student Council 123, Art Club.
MATT KIRKHAM-Football 123, Band 143, Jets
123. EDDIE KIRKPATRICK-Band 143 FFA 123,
Key Club, ICT, Ag Coop. MARK KLOSTER-
Football, Basketball 123, Jets 133, French Club,
Student Council, Key Club, NHS 123. RICKY
DAVID LANG-Jets133, Band 133 NHS 123,
Math Club. ROBIN LANGLEY-Band 143,
CAROL LAY-Spanish Club, Gymnastics 133,
Thespians, Jets 123, Ofhce Assistant, Teacher
Assistant, FCA. GAIL LECLAIRE,
RHONDA LEMME-Spanish Club, FHA, FTA,
Art Club, OEA. ALISON LETNES-FFA, Jets,
MARY LEVERETT-VOCCT 123, FHA, Teacher
Assistant, CVAE Co-op. CATHY LEWIS-
Basketball, Track 123, Pep Squad 123, Art Club
133, FTA 133, OEA, NHS 123.
TAMMY LITKE-Pep Squad 133, FTA 123, Art
Club, HERO, SPANISH CLUB, NHS 123, ALAN
LIVINGSTON-Band 133, Jets, NHS 123, Math
Club 123. LIZ LOCHABAY-HERO, Art Club,
Student Council, CVAE Co-op. DEE DEE
LONG-FTA133, Pep Squad 123, Spanish Club,
FHA 123, Student Council, NHS 123,
MARTY LONG-Football, FFA 123, Ag Co-op,
ICT. CARA LUFTMAN-Pep Squad, Thespians
143, Spanish Club 133, Jets, Math Club,
Student Council 123, NHS 123, Teacher
Assistant, PIONEER PRESS Staff. KEVIN
MARKUM-Basketball. JOE MARTINEZ-
Football 123, Trailblazers, Art Club, FHA.
KRISTI McCULL0UGH4Spanish Club 433,
FHA 423, PIONEER PRESS Staff. DANA
McELREATH-Basketball 443, Track 423,
Spanish Club 443, FTA 423, Student Council
433, Jets. CAROL McKEEHAN4VOCCT 423,
FHA, OEA, Art Club. KIM McKINNIE-Pep
Squad 423, Art Club 443, FTA 423, Spanish Club
423, FCA, Student Council, Teacher Assistant.
DANA McRAE-FHA 423, Cross Country 423.
SH ERI MEANS-Pep Squad 423, Basketball,
Track 423, FTA, HERO, NHS 423, PIONEER
PRESS StafT, Office Assistant. CINDY
MEYERS. KEITH MO0RE4Tennis 433, VOCT
JAMES J. MORI-Track, Gymnastics 433, FTA
423, FHA, Baseball. LORI MORRIS-Pep
Squad, VOCCT 423, DECA, OEA, FHA. CARL
MOSS-FFA, Ag Co-op. DIANNE MURRAY-
Pep Squad, HERO, Art Club, FTA, OEA, VOE.
RANDY MURRAY-Football 423, Basketball,
FHA. CARLUS NABORS-FFA 433, Key Club
423, ICT 423. DANIEL ORTEGA- Basketball 433,
Jets 433, Math Club, NHS 423. KEVIN OTTO-
Football 443, Student Council 443, Track 423,
Band, FTA, Math Club, Teacher Assistant,
MARY PARKER-Band 433, Thespians 443,
Spanish Club, FTA, NHS 423. JACKIE
PASSMORE-DECA. DANNY PEMBERTON-
Football 443, Basketball 443, Track, Baseball
433, FCA 423, FHA, Jets, Teacher Assistant.
DONNA PERKINS-Band 443, Spanish Club
423, Student Council 443, FTA 423, FHA,
DIANE PERRY-Gymnastics 433, Pep Squad,
FHA 423, Spanish Club, Student Council.
JACQUELINE PETRILLI-Band 433, Student
Council 433, FTA 433, Spanish Club, PIONEER
PRESS Staff, PIONEER Staff, FHA, NHS 423.
DAVID PIEKARSKIfBand 443, Math Club 423,
Jets. ROBERT PIKE.
PETER POLINSKY-Band, Debate 423, French
Club, Library Assistant, Teacher Assistant.
DENISHA PRICE-Band 443, Student Council
443, FTA 433, Spanish Club, FHA 423, NHS 423.
MARK PUGH-VOCT, CVAE Co-op. SHERRY
QUINN-FTA 443, FHA, Pep Squad 423,
Spanish Club, Ofhce Assistant, NHS 423.
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443, Pep Squad, FTA, 423, Track, Art Club,
French Club 423, PIONEER PRESS Staff,
PIONEER Staff, NHS 423. DANNY REEVES-
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iii , Teacher Assistant, Spanish Club, NHS 423.
A E EVERETT RHODES-Football, Track 441, cross
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- ' Ofhce Assistant. DARRYL RICHARD-
- Basketball 433. ROBERT RILEY-Football 433,
bf Baseball 443 Track Spanish Club Key Club,
KENNETH RITCHEY-Football, cvAE ce-ap,
A ,es 4 vo4:T. KIM RITCHEY-Pep Squad, Volleyball,
2 DECA 423. ROBIN ROARK4Pep squad 421,
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Gymnastics, Library Assistant, HERO, FHA,
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1' it Track 433. MARY ROSENBERG. MELISSA
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KEVIN ROBINSON-Gymnastics 443, FCA 423,
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423, FHA. SHERRY SCOGGINS-Spanish Club,
Choir 423, OEA, Thespians. LISA SEALS-Jets
443, Spanish Club, 423, FTA, Band 433,
Thespians 433, Math Club, Student Council,
JAYME SEXTON-FFA 423, FCA 423, Jets,
KENT SLATEN-Football 423, Tennis, French
Club 423, Jets 423, FCA 423, NHS 423, Math
Club, PIONEER PRESS Staff, PIONEER Staff
PATTI SMART, TONYA SPRY-HERO, FHA,
OEA. SCOTT STACY-FHA.
STEPHEN STALLINGS-Football, Art Club,
FHA 123, Baseball. KAYLYN STARNESfArt
Club 143, Tennis 133, Student Council 123, FTA
123, PIONEER stan, NHS 123. JERIANA
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STEVENS-Football 123, Track 133, Basketball
Spanish Club, Jets.
JEFF STEVENSON-Football, FFA 133, Ag Co-
op 123. PHYLISS STEWART-Gymnastics,
Band 133, FTA 123, OEA 123. CHRISTOPHER
STRANC-Band 143, Math Club 123, Jets, NHS
123, JOE SUTTON-FFA133, DECA 123.
BETSY SZLASA-Thespians 143, Choir, French
Club 133, FTA, Jets, NHS 123, Student Council,
Math Club, Teacher Assistant. DAVID
TAYLOR-Track, Football 133, FTA, Spanish
Club, Jets 133, FCA 123, lVlath Club, Student
Council, NHS 123, Office Assistant, TOBY
THIGPEN-VOCT 123, Football, Track, CVAE
Coop. KARLA THONI EePep Squad, Art Club,
FTA, Spanish Club, OEA, Ofhce Assistant.
JANICE THOMPSON-Basketball, Band 143,
FTA, NHS 123, FHA, Teacher Assistant.
SUSAN THOMPSON-FTA, Spanish Club,
DECA, NHS 123, FHA, TRACI THURIVIAN-Pep
Squad, FTA, Tennis, Spanish Club, NHS 123,
OEA, VOE Co-op. TERRY TIDWELL-
ELAINE TURNER-Pep Squad 123, FHA, FTA
133, DECA, OEA, STEPHEN URBAN-Jets,
FFA 123, Ag Co-op. ANDY VANCE-Band 133,
Art Club 133, Thespians 123. PATRICIA
VAWTER-Band 143 French Club 123, FTA 123,
Jets 133, Student Council 123.
DONNIE VONWAHLDE. DEBRA WAGNER-
Pep Squad, Basketball 143, Track 123, French
Club, Art Club, FCA 123, NHS 123, Student
Council, Teacher Assistant. RANDALL
WALKERABasketball, Spanish Club, Football,
ICT, FTA, PIONEER PRESS Staff. JAMES
WARBRITTON-ICT 123, Key Club.
LAURIE WARE-Pep Squad 133, FTA, French
Club, Gymnastics 123, PIONEER PRESS Staff,
PIONEER Staff. JOHNNY WARREN-DECA.
DIANA WARTELLE-Basketball 143, Pep
Squad, Spanish Club 143, FTA, Track 123, Jets,
FCA, NHS 123, Math Club, Student Council.
VICKI WAUFORD-Gymnastics, FTA 123, Pep
Squad 133, Office Assistant, NHS 123, HERO.
BRENDA WESTERMAN-Art Club, DECA,
FHA. TOMMY WESTERMANfF0otbalI 421,
ICT 421. SHIRLEY WHITE-VOCCT 421, HERO,
FHA, Pep Squad, Teacher Assistant, WALTER
BRENT WILLIAMS-ICT. CONNIE
WILLIAMS-Gymnastics 421, Pep Squad 421,
OEA, VOE Co-op. JILL WILLKIE-Band 441,
FTA, Student Council 441, Debate. DAVE
GREG WILSON-Band 431. JEFF WILSON-
Football, FFA 431. MELISSA WINBLOODA
Tennis, French Club 421, Jets 421, Thespians
421, PIONEER Staff. TERRIE WINN-Pep
Squad 431, FTA, OEA 421, FCA, Ofbce
Assistant, NHS 421.
MIKE WITT-FTA 421, FHA, Art Club, Jets,
DECA 421. DELISA WOOLSEY-Basketball,
FCA 431, Tennis 421, French Club 421, HERO,
Volleyball, Of'Flce Assistant, OEA, VOE.
MARSHALL WOOLSEY-Football 441, Track
441, FCA, Jets, Baseball, NHS 421. SCOTT
WORRELL-Tennis 421, Debate 431, Nlath Club
421, Jets 421, Student Council.
LAURA WRIGHT-Gymnastics, Art Club, Pep
Squad, FTA 421, Spanish Club 421. AARON
YOCHUM-Football 421, Track 421, ICT,
Gymnastics. TIM YOCHUM-Football 441.
RODNEY YOUNG-CVAE Co-op 421, VOCT 421.
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Pioneers continued to go on and on throughout the year to take the next
step towards new goals and achievements. From the first day of school, we
knew that 1980 would be a year of successes and failures.
Through the exams, sports, and activities at Boswell, we realized that
Pioneers are a special breed, individual, yet able to pull together when the
school year was most trying.
We learned and grew, together.
We played and made friends together, sharing our experiences with one
another. And as these nine months came to a close, the memories came
flooding back to the seniors as graduation neared, and to the underclassmen
as they realized their time would come. Here, a search began for a guiding
star to lead us in the years to come and to assure us that there would be
hope for tomorrow.
And there was the Pioneer spirit that could never die, it would go on and
on, like the memories of 1979 and 80 that will never be forgotten.
ab Junior Denise Danko works hard getting her project ready for the Boswell Science Fair in
February. bl Junior Kyle Sayers carefully recites to his fellow classmates during lunch period, ci
Senior Janet Fulkerson and Sophomore Amy Williams enjoy their lunch period with a laugh, dl
Debby Forrest seems to be "up in the air" when it comes to Grady Ezell. el Senior Karla Thome
and Junior Jodi Barton add a smile to a rainy day.
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enjoys his period as ohice assistant, cl Senior Kay Lynn Starnes
concentrates on her typing. dl The 1979-1980 Publications Staff-Top row,
left to right: Laurie Ware, Jacqueline Petrilli, Bob Allen, Sheryl Fowler, Susie
Reece, Nancy Groce, Amy Kimmel, Adviser Rennetta Davis, Cathy Corn,
James Hoover. Bottom row, left to right: Carter Horner, Todd Womack,
1980 PIONEER STAFF
Boswell High School
Adviser: Rennetta Davis
Color: Scott Day Todd Womack Rennetta Davis
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Allison, Adrian-133 QQ,
Allison, Melissa-139 B
Anders, Debbie-56, 127
Armer, Lee-102, 127
Ash, Pearl-110 A
Averhoff, Angie-11, 107
Bagby, Todd-139, 92
Bailey, Edwin-76, 139
Bailey, Kelly-66, 76,
Bandy, Philip-139, 92,
Barber, Jerry-125, 127
Barber, John-11, 76, 115
Barker, Steven-41, 76,
Barksdale, Boyd-39, 115
Barnard, Deborah- 133
Eden- 101, 140
Barton, Jodi-127, 147
Beckner, Mike-10, 127
Beckum, Darryl-76, 127
Bell, Sherri-32, 33, 34,
Bever, Joann-98, 133
Bicknel,l,fGreo31fil0,ii92ffl:. if A-Caiitvvright,i.Angie-140
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Bishop, Susan-116 '
Blakeman, Kim-50, 116
Blakey, Lesa-30, 116
Block, Wendy-51, 127
Blount, Wanda-50, 98,
Been, Don-108, 87
Bogue, Reed-88, 116, 86
Bolton, Tammy-42, 99,
Brinkley, Gary Don-76,
Brinkley, Robin-33, 34,
Brooks, Becky-21, 116
Brown, JoAnn-52, 108
Brumbalow, Jimmy- 50,
Buie, Lori-116, 145
Burgess, Laurie-94, 98,
Bush, Brian-76, 127
Byers, Mark-65, 116
Byers, Mike-46, 65, 116
Cantwell, Jeff-101, 116
Carpenter, Phyllis 100,
Carne, Tim-102, 128
Caspar J5Fi9'ff50, '123
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Cantry, Michel-140 -
Chancellor, Tina-42, 43,
96, 128, 22
Clark, Ron-78, 108
Clemmons, Jack-74, 78,
Cleveland, Bobby Joe-
Cole, Donna-138, 131
Collins, Ken-76, 128
Cook, Bart -V116
Cook, Eric-102, 116
Cook, Lori-102, 140
Cook, Mary Beth-128
Corbin, Kenny-76, 128
Corn, Cathy-31, 54, 116,
Covington, Betty Jo-98,
Covington, Terri-32, 33,
Crisco, Mike-88, 116, 86
Crisco, Vickie-42, 43,
Cruz, Sammy-76, 128,
Culver, Tracy-42, 43,
128, 127, 126
Dagg, Don-51, 76, 117
Daniel, Alan-84, 140
, Darrell-101, 108
, Denise-50, 128,
trey, Tim-84, 108,
Kim-20, 134 ,
, 16, 17
Day, Scott-55, 117, 149
Day, Tammy-134 '
Dean, Gwen-105, 108
DeVries, Jan-32, 68, 134
Dickens, Jimmy-69, 76,
Dominey, Donna-33, 34,
Duzan, David-140, 92
Eagle, Kelli-99, 140
Elliott, Keith-101, 134
Elliott, Kenneth-61, 134
Ellis, Trudy-128 '
Enax, Donald-8, 108, 96
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Evans, Patti-128 i -
Ezell, Marty-19, 31, 69,
74, 76, 117, 114
Faris, Mark-,134 1
Fathke, David-102, 128
Fell, John-117 V
Ford, Craig-140, 139
Forrest, Debby-43, 134,
Fowler, Kellee-125, 134
Fowler, Sheryl-18, 113,
Fowler, Tracee-98, 128,
Freeman, Rusty-134, oo,
Frizzell, Gaye-19, 134,
Frizzell, Sandy-140, 138
Fuchs, Angela-98, 128
Fulkerson, Janet-18, 19,
52, 42, 43, 48, 117,
Gage, Denise-117, 145
Garmon, Jayne-102, 128
Garner, Greg-76, 117
Gish, Kolette-32, 134
Golden, Suzie-50, 98,
Gonzales, Vicky-99, 141
Graham, Cindy-141, 99
Granado, Dee Dee-54,
Grant, Tammy-66, 113,
Grate, Debbie-65, 118
Gray, Gary-101, 134
Gray, Renee-141, 99
Greene, Kelly-42, 43,
Groce, Nancy-29, 113,
Hall, Kelley-128, 50
Hall, Terri-64, 128
Harlow, Gary-20, 48,
Harlow, Steven-47, 63,
Harris, Shirla-40, 109
Hartzell, Andy-35, 128
Hartzell, Kathy-34, 135
102, 128, 87
Headrick, Lisa-118, 33,
Henson, Dayna-71, 97,
94, 96, 128, 95
Hill, Claudia-110, 111
Hill, Debbie-18, 118,
Hodges, Pansyf36, 135
Holmes, Miriam-43, 135
Hood, Mary Ann-129
Hooper, Erin-12, 118
Hoover, James-129, 149
Horner, Carter-2, 54,
113, 118, 149
Hostetter, Paul-141, 92,
Hutchens, Brent-76, 118
Hutton, Fred-48, 135
Hutton, Tommy-129, 90,
Ingram, Greg-54, 76,
Jackson, Keith476, 118
Jenkins, Arthur-141, 92
Johns, Sandy-129, 38
Johnson, Devery-135, 91
Johnson, Jody-31, 76,
Johnson, Tracy-102, 129
Jones, Cheryl-102, 135
Jones, Elizabeth-30, 119
Jones, Lucy-50, 109
Jones, Tracie-141, 99
Jordan, Gina-109, 129,
Keene, Mike-32, 129
Kimmel, Amy-31, 54,
King, Doug448, 129
Kloster, Mark-63, 119,
Krause, Adele-51, 135
Krause, David-129, 131
Krause, Jim-141, 92
Lambert, Ricky-62, 119
Lang, David-32, 33, 119
Langley, Robin-32, 33,
La Quey, Tracy-100,
taster, Phil-135, 91
Leu Allen, Brenda-135
Litke, Tammy-119, 50
Lomerson, Karen-67, 96,
Long, Alicia-41, 42, 43,
Long, Dee Dee-113, 119
Luftman, Cara-48, 119
Lykins, Forrest-105, 109
Mackey, RussA141, 92
Mahaffey, Olen-62, 109
Majors, Richard-60, 76,
Mays, Kirt-135, 91
McCrory, Janice-62, 129
McEIreath, Dana-11, 97,
94, 96, 120, 26
Means, Sheri-2, 42, 43,
Mellott, Chuck-135, 91
Metting, Scott-76, 129
Miller, Robb-101, 135
Moerbe, DavidA18, 105
Montgomery, Kirk-76, 129
Moore, Ben-135 '
Morgan, Carol-32, 33, 35,
Morlock, Lori-21, 129
Mowell, Douglous-76, 129
Munoz, John-56, 136
Murphy, Suzie-48, 100, 142
Murry, Paul-136, 90, 91
Norris, Janell-11, 102, 129
Otto, Kevin-3, 30, 76, 77,
Pace, Kim-100, 136
Pachares, Mark - 136
Parker, John -130
Parker, Mary 48, 120
Parker, Sandy 102, 130
Parks, Keith - 76,130
Parr, Jeh'reyA76, 130
Passmore, Jackie 120
1 Pemberton, Danny f6, 76, 77,
88, 89, 120, 26, 86, 87
Perez, Gloria f-136
Perry, Dianne -7, 120'
Peters, Jimmy 4136
Peters, Lynn-'99, 142
Petrilli, Jacquelinef7, 33,
55, 120, 149
Petruska, Steve-32, 130
Petruska, Tome87, 130
Phillips, Kelley - 142
Piekarski, David,-47, 32, 120
Pirie, Georgia --136
Pope, Ricky -20, 21, 48, 136
Powell, Shelley -136
Pretzer, Gayla-48, 130
Price, Denisha432, 120
Raez, Sandy--100, 136
Randall, George- 136
Rankin, Lisae53, 130
Rauch, Mark412, 29,
75, 76, 121
Rauch, Tom-142, 92
Reasoner, Cindy-94, 98, 136
Reece, SusanA71, 94, 96,
113, 121, 145, 149
Redding, Ray-76, 136
Redding, SteveA76, 130
Reeves, Shannonf98, 136
Renfro, Robert Jr.w121
Resendez, Lisa P130
Reynolds, Donnav27, 121
Reynolds, Terry 84, 109
Rhodes, Everett--86, 121,
Rhoads, John f 136
Richards, Darryl-2121, 87
Richardson, Dana-42, 43,
Richardson, Lesa -142
Riding, Ronald -142
Ritchie, Mark- 142
Robinson, Kevin f 30, 101,
Rodriguez, Robert-101, 136
Rose, Billy-6, 71,
Ruelas, Melissa---33, 35, 56,
Russell, Angela- 33, 121
Rusell, DeeDee-42, 43, 100,
Russell, Rhona -43, 130
Rye, Terry 142
St. Germain, Jennifer498,
Saldana, Joseph -121
Saldana, Karen -136
Saldi, Jayf22, 23
Salzado, Jessica 4136
Sayers, Fritz-7136, 133
Sayers, Kyle---130, 147
Scarborough, Laura-42, 43,
Scheer, Lauren-48, 102, 121
Schmerber, Pete-101, 121
Schuster, Jamie-6, 42, 43,
Scott, J.D.-19, 136
Shaw, Brad473, 74, 76, 130,
Shaw, Kari-99, 142
Shield, Sharana-130, 127
Shevvmake, Lana--43, 130
Shewmake, Scott-102, 136
Simmons, John -142
Simpson, Buck -130
Sims, lVlikef34, 142
Sommerfield, Chris-142, 92
Stacy, James 4142
Staiiord, Jetty-136, 91
Staliford, Tammy-71, 95, 96,
Starnes, Kaylynne-122, 148
Starnes, Marty-101, 130
Staton, Todd -72, 76, 136
Steele, Vickie -87, 136
Stetler, Lonnyr- 142
Stevens, Tim-76, 122
Stevenson, Jeff-38, 122
Stevenson, Ted-136, 91
Stewart, Jenny -51,136
Strance, Chris--32, 122
Stride, Jimmy476, 130
Stringer, Lindae 109
Summers, Krisf102, 142
Sutton, Joe -122
Szlasa, Betsy-29, 113, 122,
Szlasa, JaneA42, 100, 143
Szlasa, MaryEllen-52, 100,
Tarter, Kim-41, 100, 143
Tate, Terri-98, 137
Taylor, David-18, 29, 31, 76,
77, 122, 115
Taylor, GrantA137, 91
Taylor, Phillip-125, 130
Thigpen, Vicky-100, 143
Thome, Kraig---88,89,137, 86,
Thorne, Karla4122, 147
Thome, Kurtise76, 130, 87
Thompson, Susan 122
Thorpe, James- 143
Thurman, Traci-113, 122
Tilley, Lana-98, 137
Tiroff, Stacy-29, 137
Townsend, Jana -143
Trammell, Bob-40, 63, 107
Trapp, Bill--143, 92
Trapp, LeAnn PP4' 25, 130, 96
VanHoose, Curtis -130
Vawter, David---76, 137
Vawter, Pat-32, 122
Vawter, Troy,-39, 76, 130
Wagenknecht, Amber '143
Waggoner, Stephanie -99,
Wagner, DebbieA3, 19, 77,
69, 95, 96, 122, 25, 114,
Wagner, Kim413O, 127
Wallis, Jima-102, 143
Warbritton, MikeY63, 122
Ward, Steve- 137, 91
Ware, Laurie-2, 113, 122,
Wartelle, Bodie-13, 50, 143
Wartelle, Diana-10, 122, 69,
Watts, Paula-96, 130
Weikert, lVlikef102, 143
Westfall, Gary-131 ,f f
whip, Maninftal ,
White, Eddie-143, v
Wilkerson, Kim-143 1
Willkie, Ed-1062 '
Willkie, John-137 I
Williams, Amy-19, 42, 43, V
100, 137, 132, 133, 147
Williams, 0raigw137, 91
Williams, Linda-100, 137
Williams, Mary Tom-106
Winchell, Marykay-94, 96,
97, 102, 131
Winn, Kerri -56, 137
Wolfe, Angie-29, 137
k, Todd-15, 102,
Woolsey, Marshalle31, 18,
73, 76, 77, 69, 123, 26
Worrell, Scott-49, 47, 123
Wright, Jimv22, 23
Wright, Laura-15, 50, 123
Yardley, Alvis-7, 74, 76, 131
Yochum, Aaron-7, 101, 12
Yochurn, Tim-76, 123
With summer just around the corner,
senioritis became even more contagious.
Students began eating outdoors, playing
frisbee at activity period and lunches,
and finished making their plans for the
As the end of the year became more
evident, activities were at an uproar . . .
Tracksters Dana Henson and Karen
Lomerson ran themselves to victory at
the regional meet with a third place in
the 220 and a sixth place in the 440,
respectively . ., Melanie Davis was
seventh in the mile and Terri Tate was
fifth in the shot, while Melanie Glover
jumped to eighth spot in the high jump
... Everett Rhodes was fourth in the
1600 meter run and Kirk Mongomery
was eighth in the 110 hurdles and fifth
in the 330 hurdles... Mrs. Claudia Hill,
after 28 years, retired as the manager
of the cafeteria. . .The National Honor
Society inducted 65 new members . ..
In tennis, the netters went to regionals
with Terry Hawthorne placing third in
singles and Eric Cook and Jeff Owens
taking fourth place in doubles . .. Mary
Kay Winchell was a competitor in girls
singles in regionals, and Lauren Scheer
and Kris Wood came in fourth in
doubles . . .
VOCCT member Valerie McElyea was
selected state secretary . . . Teachers
Mizell, Shelby, Everett and Hunt,
replaced Harris, Ott, Jones, and
Williams , . . Senior Follies and Show-
Off were a big hit in May, along with the
yearbook which came out before the
end of school ....
Danny Pemberton and Vickie Crisco
were named Basketball beau and
sweetheart . . . David Lang was
awarded the John Philip Sousa award in
band . . . The Aggie Band performed a
concert for the public in March ...
Diana Wartelle Won a S600 PASF
Scholarship in Spanish ...The Student
Council hosted a breakfast for the
teachers and the French club traveled
to Dallas for dinner...
The Sportsmanship Award was given
to Mark Rauch and Diana Wartelle ...
As a project, the Home Economics
department redecorated a mobile home
... Celeste Bandy won first in the Jets
Science Fair... HERO sponsored the
Super-Walkathon for the March-of-
The regional gymnastics meet was
held at Boswell on April 4-5 with Tracy
LaQuey placing seventh and Dee Dee
Russell placing sixth in all-round . ..
Angie Phipps placed seventh in vault
and Carol Lay finished fifth in vault ,...
In boys' gymnastics, Kevin Robinson
placed fifth in all-round, Jeff Cantwell
placed seventh, Rob Miller placed ninth
extemporaneous speaking in CVAE-Co-
op competition ....
Five members were elected to fill
spots on the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw
School Board in April ...The Mr. Pibb
Ball added to lunchtime activities . . .
The school board accepted bids for an
addition to the central Administration
Building and FTA went to Houston for
their state meeting and held a spring
induction of oflicers at Colonial
Cafeteria in May ....
in the high bars, with Pete Schmerber
eleventh . . .
The choir hosted the district talent
show in March ... Terry Petelin was
elected president of the Student Council
for next year . . . French students
toured Europe over spring break . ..
Cathy Lewis placed sixth in bulletin
boards at the OEA contest ....
Junk food was scheduled to be cut
from the cafeteria by U.S. regulations
. . . Kollette Gish was voted the
outstanding musician with Donna
Perkins and David Piekarski voted as
outstanding seniors at the band
banquet in May at TCJC . . . A new
menu in the cafeteria brought combo
lunches and a salad bar ...,
The completion of the Fine Arts
Center was set for the first of school,
1980 , . . The choir attended the Sandy
Lakes Festival and earned a III rating
... Robert Riley and Mike Byers placed
in ICT events in district , . . The FFA
banquet was held in the cafeteria in
May . .. Liz Lochabay placed second in
The one-act play, lThieves Carnival',
went to Austin for the state one-act
play contest after winning first at
regionals in Denton .... Thespian Bob
Allen won hrst at regional in informative
speaking to earn a spot at state . . .
Bobby Joe Cleveland was third in prose
and Becky Brroks was an alternate in
persuasive speaking to the state meet
Two Vietnamese students joined the
students body at Boswell ,., Students
won the 3A-5 UIL Sweepstakes Trophy
...The band earned a II rating at the
Louisiana Contraband Festival . . .
Johnny Warren was an alternate at
the DE contest for state in finance and
credit... Lone Star Farmer Degrees
were awarded to FFA members Tracy
Copenhaver, Terry Highfill, Eddie
Shelman and Kelly McMillan . .. Dallas
Cowboy coach Mike Ditka spoke at the
all-sports Pioneer 'Round-Up' in May
. . . Thespians received awards for their
work throughout the year at their
banquet in May... Outstanding
The Prom-UA Time for Us"
The 1980 Junior-Senior prom was HA Time for Us", that
the seniors of 1980 will never forget. The intimate
atmosphere set oft in the Lakeview Room of T.C.J.C, NW
campus was illuminated with candelabra, an archway, and
dim lights. The greenery and flowers added that special effect
the pron1 had on everyone.
The old tradition of the reading of wills and prophecies was
ended and a new one began. An elegant archway was set up
and as seniors and their escorts walked underneath, there
was a 'llittle something" said about each senior that their
teachers wrote about them.
Another major attraction that got everyone in the dancing
mood was a live band. l'Essence", who had played at previous
assemblies at Boswell, played variety of rock music as
everyone ujanunedH,in theirforn1alatHre,on the dance
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smile for the camera under the
decorated archway bl Mike Dyer, Carl
Moss, and Sheri Means reach down for
another bite while Susie Nowlin
contemplates it. cl Senior sponsors
David Moerbe and Beverly Campisi
introduce the seniors. dl The Band,
tlEssence", plays their best and
succeeds in getting everyone on the
dance Hoor. el Lines of students and
their dates wait in anxiety for food. fl
Boswell students dance the night away
gl Senior J.J. Mori shows Tammy
Dodson a little affection while they
think no one's looking. hl Senior Sheryl
Fowler screams in excitement as just
being named "Miss Foghorn, 1980"
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The sight of class members carrying around a
huge jar of money, constantly begging for more
contributions told everyone that Sadie Hawkins
Day was near.
This was the time of the school year when the
girl got to do the asking for dates for a change,
and each class suddenly united into a huge team
competing in a field day fun on a hot, sunny day.
The crazy events that took place were all in good
fun, including a pie-eating contest, cracker eating-
whistle blowing contest, wheelbarrow and sack
races, egg toss and many more. Points were
awarded to the best-dressed boy and girl
according to their classes. The contest, which was
an addition this year to the fun, brought out a
crazy assortment of clothes for the day as
students nominated classmates from their second
period to compete.
Points were scored by each class as the events
took place. The final grand total of all points
scored by each class ended with the senior class
the overall winners, with the sophomores, juniors
and freshmen finishing in that order.
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al A pie-eating competitor gets a faceful as her class helper gives her encouragement.
bl Wheel barrow racers take off for the first part of their relay to the halfway mark. cl
The freshman tug o' war gang gave it all they had in their first pull ofthe event. dl
Senior Cathy Corn pogos down the track carefully for her class. el Best-dressed
winners were: Keven John, Laurie Cook, Valerie McElyea, Terri Tate, Bobby Joe
Cleveland, and Terry Reed. fl Sack racers Greg Garrett and Janet Fulkerson hop on
down the Pioneer Trail. gl Senior girls test their strength in the tug o' war.
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Costillo, Phillip Bandy, Duane Henson, Greg Bicknell. Back row-Donald Burris, Grady
Ezell, Arthur Jenkins, Jeff Stafford, Jay Grate, Jeff Parr, Gary Barber, Coach Tim
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Sluggers Swing to 6-8 District Record
The Pioneers came through the 1980 season
with an overall record of 8-15-1. This, however,
wasn't really a disappointing season as it was one
Highlights of the year included the 4-0 victory
over archrival Diamond Hill in the next to last
district game. The Pioneers hnished district play
with a record of 6-8.
Leading the Pioneers in batting this year was
junior shortstop Kurt Thome. Thome had a .359
average and 14 total hits. He also led the team
with 10 stolen bases.
Senior pitcher-infielder Nlarty Ezell and senior
U pitcher-outfielder Danny Pemberton both had 12
7 ' total hits and .300 batting averages. Senior
outfielder J.J. lVlori had a .260 average and eight
Senior outheld Steve Stallings led the Pioneers
with the fewest errors with three. First baseman
Tom Gardner, a junior, had a helding percentage
of .941 and Stallings had a .924 helding
Ezell led Boswell pitchers with a 3-3 record in
district with 23 strikeouts and an earned run
average of 2.93. Pemberton had a record of 2-3
if with 24 strikeouts and an ERA of 2.19. Senior
A 9 Kelly Bailey had an O-2 record with a 3.00 ERA.
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Qualify for Regional
Boswell tracksters had a superb year, although the team
was young, they still proved to be strong at many meets.
During their First outing, the young cindermen came home
with two First place trophies at Brewer. Although at the end
of the year the team finished Fifth in district, they still sent
two runners to regionals. Senior Everett Rhodes placed
second in district in the mile and junior Kirk Montgomery
advanced in the 120 yard and the 330 yard hurdles, in which
he placed second in both events. At regionals Rhodes linished
with a fourth and Montgomery with an eighth and a fifth in
Tracksters placing consistantly high were Rhodes, Roger
Corbin, Marshall Woolsey, Montgomery, Tom Petrushka, and
The freshman team took a first in their competition in
district, making a tremendous showing at the meet at Azle.
al Underclassman Gary Maroney hits the bar after several successful vaults
at the district meet at Azle. bl Senior trackster Everett Rhodes kicks in with
his last struggling burst of energy to finish the 1600 meter run at Denton. cl
Varsity: Top row from left to righteCoach Jack Clemmons, Brad Shaw, Bart
DeLackner, James Hoover, Marshall Woolsey, Chris Wells, Mike Lindstrum,
Steve Selner, Roger Corbin. Front rowfTodd Staton, David Granado, Rod
Grope, Everett Rhodes, Kirk Montgomery, Brian Huffman, Jeff Parr, and
Tom Petrushka. di Junior hurdler Kirk Montgomery jumps high in regionals
to come in hfth place. el Senior Marshall Woolsey leaps high in district to
clear the bar in the high jump. fl Freshmen: from left to right-Arthur
Jenkins, Kevin Smith, Tracy Adams. Middle row-Jim Seals, Tommy Guidry,
Greg Bicknell, Rex Blue, Jeff Nielson, Chris Huffman. Third row-Alan Daniel,
Tommy Castillo, Gary Maroney, Phillip Bandy, Jim Krause. Front row-Cole
Bewley, Mark Woolsey.
Spring Activities 161
Run to Regionals
This year's girl tracksters once again proved
to be outstanding in their performances at their
track meets. Five of the track members, juniors
Dayne Henson, Karen Lomerson, Melanie Davis,
sophomore Terri Tate, and freshman Melanie
Glover excelled in their events, and placed in the
district track meet, which advanced them to
The runners topped off a good year with the
girls placing in the top six at district. The
district meet found Henson first in the 220 and
second in the 100 yard dash, Lomerson second
in the 440, Tate second in the shot put, and
Glover second in the high jump to qualify for
Henson received third in the 220 yard dash at
regionals and Lomerson sixth in the 440 yard
dash to close out the season.
The girls placed third in the Fort Worth
Women Coaches' Association Track Meet, and
fourth in the Poly Relays, and sixth in the
Newman Smith Invitationals. The team then
iinished out the season by placing fourth at the
district track meet.
al Track team: first row: JoAnn Bever, Dawn Mellor, Julie
Grier, Terri Hollister, Tammy Bolton, Sandra La Grassa,
Kim Pace. Second row: Vicki Steele, Michelle Langford,
Angela Fuchs, Cindy Graham, Dana Richardson, Melanie
Glover. Third row: Karen Lomerson, Terri Tate, Suzie
Murphy, Theresa Bicknell, Dayna Henson, Kari Shaw, Lynn
Peters, Coach Debbie Biondi. Fourth row: Shannan Reeves,
Renee Gray, Stacey Hjort, Melanie Davis, Trae Newton,
Traci Jones, Paula Watts. bl Sophomore JoAnn Bever leaps
across the hurdles, cl Junior Dayna Henson uses her last
burst of energy to stride first across the Finish line at
district. di Junior Karen Lomerson pushes to give the extra
ten percent in the district as she Finished first. el
Sophomore Terri Tate watches as fellow competitors earn
honors at district, fi Freshman Dana Richardson strives for
a good jump at district.
Boys Win District,
Fowler Gets State Fourth
The Boswell boys golf team captured the district championship by 59
strokes and went on to Hnish sixth at district this year, while girls' golfer
Tracee Fowler made her third trip to state and finished fourth to round
out the golf season.
Senior Reed Bogue was medalist for the boys at district, with
teammates Mark Gannon and Mike Crisco falling in at second and third.
The team beat Azle to take the 3A-5 title with a total score of 659 in
the two-day tourney.
Tracee won district on the Pecan Plantation and Rockwood courses
and then advanced to take hrst place at TWU in regional play.
Margie Curtis was the only other girls' golfer who competed. The girls
played at Richardson Berkner and Plano, where Fowler placed second,
and at Everman, Keller, and Decatur the state qualifier took Hrsts.
The boys' team played in Denton, Plano, and Ardmore, Okla., prior to
the district tournament. They also competed at Pecan Plantation,
Joshua, and Bridgeport, where they hnished second, third, and fourth,
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al Golfer Mike Crisco takes a practice swing at the Lake Country Course. bl Junior Tracee
Fowler hnished another successful year after winning district, and regionals and a fourth
place at state. cl Girls' golfers: left to right: Margie Curtis, Coach Terry Reynolds, Tracee
Fowler and Coach Don Boen. dl Margie Curtis competed individually for Boswell. el Mark
Gannon, a senior golfer, looks watchfully as he takes a swing to warm-up before district.
fi Senior golfer Reed Bogue won the number one medalist honor at district. gl Boys'
team: left to right: Coach Terry Reynolds, Rob Corn, Mike Crisco, Rusty Freeman, Reed
Bogue, Mark Gannon.
Spring Activities 165
Price, Allen Lead
Seniors to Graduation
The 219 graduating seniors of 1980 were the hrst to have baccalaureate
and graduation exercises in Boswell's new gymnasium. As the seniors had
practice and enjoyed a luncheon on the morning of graduation, they began
to realize they were edging closer to what they had waited for for 12
years. Leading the class was Valedictorian Denisha Price and Salutatorian
Robert Allen. The senior class ofhcers presided at the ceremonies by giving
the invocation, Pledge of Allegiance and making other introductions. The
speaker was James Rurak, professor of religion from Texas Christian
As always, graduation was the end and a beginning of a new era for a
very special group of people. It was the end of tardy bells, the end of
quarters and tests, detention hall and the end of a way of life.
Now, some will see the world, some will be introduced to the experiences
of college and others will face the prospects and rewards of working and
developing skills to last for a lifetime.
Although the seniors were graduating into a new phase of life, there
would be the memories of Boswell High School that they would never
166 Spring Activities
ai Senior David Lang presented a stirring rendition of the lStar Spangled Banner' for
commencement exercises. bl Graduates waiting for their last formal program at Boswell to be
over. cb A congratulation from Principal Burt Weems is in store for Salutatorian Bob Allen after
receiving his diploma. di Greg Ingram faces the Hag during the Pledge of Allegiance. el Senior
class president Debbie Wagner introduces the class of 1980. fl Laura Wright and Roger Corbin
walk together toward their graduation. gl Becky Brooks entertains the crowd as she sings,
'Climb Every Mountain'. hi Valedictorian Denisha Price address her graduating classmates.
Spring Activities 167
technical work went to Donna Shriner,
outstanding supporting roles went to
Kim Davis and David Krause Brad
Stiles was named outstanding freshman
and the outstanding underclassman
award went to Gary Harlow . . . Betsy
Szlasa was named outstanding senior
. . . Other awards were best actor-
Ricky Pope, runner-up-Eddie Smith,
best actress-Betsy Szlasa, runner-up-
Lori lVlorlock . . . and super troupers of
the year were lVlark Parker and David
In journalism, winning spots as
alternates to the state meet were Sheri
Means, Betsy Szlasa and Theresa
Bicknell in news, feature and headline
The year ended with many
memorable moments for students.
Times to be cherished, but most of all
memories that will go on and on, as do
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