W W Samuell High School - Torch Yearbook (Dallas, TX)
- Class of 1978
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the TORCH 1978
W. W. Samuell High School
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W. W. Samuell High School.
named for a well-known Dallas
physician. is a school based upon
long-standing traditions. Symbol-
ism plays a large part in the herit-
age of the school. which opened
its doors to students in January.
The mascot was chosen to be a
Spartan. known for the qualities
of fortitude and undaunted spirit.
The motto. 'Parans Pro Officio"
translates tos"Preparing for Serv-
ice." The school colors. Blue and
Gold. represent the outstanding
qualities of happiness. hope.
truth. honorfwisdom. power. and
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The drill team. the Starlets. gets
its name from the Spartan star. a
sy mbol of high ideals.
The yearbook. The Tnrcli. sym-
bolizes the search for knowledge
while the Sentinel represents a
guardian of the people.
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Robert Trevino shows his school spirit by
being a Deaf Cheerleader.
I body in the school song.
A lot of pride is shown by the Starlets at
each football game.
Keith Hanks and fellow .l.V. players areg
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Benny Stone rehearses the band for the
Parade of Champions Contest.
The Drill erforms and shows their spirit at
Mike Killingsworth really works hard in the Spartan'Band. the footballfgames
Can't stop the Blue Machine.
The Spirit of the Mighty Spar-
tans is reflected every day in
Loyal Spartans faithfully
stayed at the W. T. White game
despite drenching rain, and a
disheartening scoreboard loss.
They proudly supported the
P.T.A. membership drive and
won a decisive victory over the
Spruce student body in a mem-
Loyalty was prevalent every
day in the form of friendship.
Loyalty was pulling a friend
through by loaning out last
night's homework, buying
lunches for a friend so he won't
have to stand in the long lines, or
even saving seats in assemblies.
Spartans eagerly participated
in all of the school's activities,
whether it was clubs, talent
shows, or dances.
Pride, the essence of the Spar-
tan Spirit, was always evident.
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Felix Pena, a deaf student, participates in the
all school assembly.
J.V. Cheerleaders give a special assembly.
Scott Kendall sings the school song.
The student body shows spirit by attend
A long contest was held to see
which 'class could sell the most
ycarhooks. After a two-month
hattle between the classes. the
Senior Spartans were announced
the winners. having sold 57? of
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Jesters! give their traditional performance.
Steve and Brett help with the "Tribute,"
Continuing in the tradition of fine productions, the
Concert Choir presented the fifth annual variety
show, "Razz-Ma-Tazz," on Friday, September 30,
1977. The auditorium was filled to capacity as both
the Concert Choir and the Jesters! made their debuts,
along with many other talented Spartans.
Bryan soothes the audience with his voice. Burt Bacharach medley sung by the DeIo's, A Barbra Streisand melody sung by Susan.
David attracts all the girls attention. Jesters sum it all up at Razz Ma Tau.
Sally discusses her every day problems.
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Laura and Phyllis sing about "them boys." Gene presents the next performer.
Members of Student Council decorate for the Howdy Dance.
Ray Del and Mark boogie as o
Greg Money enjoys the dance.
ne down the Soul train. Sally and Phylis clown around at the Howdy Dance.
A smile of fond remembrance,
a warm handshake and a
"How,ve you been'?,,g questions
about former comrades and
teachers, and rippling excitement
- all of these were present on
Thursday, October 27 - Horre-
coming '77 at W. W. Samuell.
The Blue Jackets decorated t
halls for the occasion in brig
blue and gold. Monster-siz
paper Spartans loomed on t
walls and huge signs showed t
B.J.'s faith in the Blue Machii
The Starlets backed the team
decorating the team,s rooms.
Christi Wood crowns Mitzi queen,
Banner Team prepares for assembly.
Klay Rogers prepares props for skit The student body gathers for Homecoming assembly.
Benny Stone directs band in the alma mater. Debbie McDaniel greets Homecoming with a smile.
For the first time since 1972.
the pep rally was held in the
quadrangle. To the music of the
band and the deafening cheers
from the Spartans, exes were wel-
A favorite Samuell faculty-ex,
Mr. Blackmon, was on hand to
raise the Spartan Spirit with his
version of "I'm So Glad That
Spartans Can't Be Beat." But nei-
ther Mr. Blackmon's songs, nor
cheerleaders' yells, nor Starlet
routines could take the Spartans'
minds off of the ultimate event-
the crowning of the Queen. To
the music of "Days of Wine and
Roses" the Homecoming Court
was announced. After a brief
moment of speculation, Mitzi
Stephens took her place, center
stage, as 1977 Homecoming
Deaf cheerleaders add to the Spartan Spirit.
Despite the heat, cheerleaders kept on cheering.
Cheerleaders enjoy the outside assembly.
Mr. Blackmon cheers the Spartans on. The Drill perfomied with their new props.
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Cheerleaders congratulate Mitzi Stephens,
Mr. Blackmon got everyone on their feet, David Baker announces the Homecoming Queen.
In a beautiful outdoor assembly, with soft
music floating on the breeze, Mitzi Stephens
was crowned Homecoming Queen for 1977.
Last year's Queen, Christi Wood, came to
crown the new senior queen, whose escort was
Mitzi's court and their escorts included: Sen-
iors Lisa Pound and Ray Del Sloan, Cyndi
Everett and David Chandlerg Juniors Kristie
Smith and Randy Gray, Joni Mewbourne and
Mike Trentg Sophomores Lenora Coronado
and Phillip Donaldson, Linda Martin and Mike
Woodfing and Freshmen Penny Bird and Todd
Watson, Patty Morris and John Shumaker.
Escort Doug Hicks and Queen Mitzi Stephens
Penny Bird, Patti Morris, Linda Martin, Lisa Pound, Mitzi Stephens, Cyndi Everrett, Kristie Smith, Joni Mewbourne, Lenora Coronado
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Cathy puts the audience at ease. Donna and Kevin were part ofthe special ensemble. Rumors were spread by onna. Karen, Yvon and Gin
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Randa. Diane. and Penny perform "Whoa Mule. Whoa," "Sixty Seconds" was performed by Steve Radney and Gregg Patillo,
Joe Newton melts everyone's heart.
Roxanne Young gives a spectacular performance,
John Shoemaker. Kevin Sumrow, Joe Wallington. and Joe Newton perform a barbershop quartet. Alaina and Teri discuss how parents should he treated
On Friday, October 8, the talented Baby Blues presented Freshman Follies.
Under the direction of Mr. Jeff Morrow, the Freshman Choir gave the student body an interesting look at
Freshman talent and humor.
Gregg plays the "gay" telephone man to Cathy, Gregg does a hat dance, Kim McDonald sings "You Light Up My Life."
The gang sings "Pleasant Grove, Tex." Steve Radney introduces another skit,
Patti Morris and friends scream for mama to bring them some candy. jdf Shows skateboard mem,
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The cast waits forthe second act. Chana tells her problems to Scott.
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Phyllis listens as Klay argues with Scott.
Joe helps Tom with his problems with Kitty.
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Lori and Evelyn. portraying hookers, look on as the lovers quarrel.
Brian McKinnie and James Jackson try to comfort Phyllis Reed.
An evening at Nick's saloon.
Bryan introduces Kim to a wharf bar.
Steve gives a toast to Drinking.
On December 2. the Samuell Players and Thespians presented the all-school play, William Saroyan's "The
Time of Your Life."
The play took place in a San Francisco "honky-tonk" bar. It presented a realistic view of life around 1939.
Mr. Tom Carroll, Thespian sponsor, directed the play. Senior Belinda Boyd served as Student Director.
Benny Stone plays the "Missouri Waltz." Brian listens as Klay tells ol his adventures. Randv tells Shawn he's a comedian.
Kilty's past haunts her as HaiTy serves Joe a drink. Will the society couple receive their champagne?
Randy dances as Shawn answers the phone.
The Newspaper boy sells .loc a newspaper as Dudley waits for Elsie. Brian McKinnie tells how he got his money.
Brian warns Jimmy to leave his woman alone.
TORCH Assembly Revecils Theme and Dedlcohon
Thursday, December 8, the
TORCH staff announced the
1978 yearbook would be dedi-
cated to Ms. Linda Adams. In
addition to this announcement,
the staff revealed the TORCH
theme and the cover design.
Chana Spainhouer and Kim
McDonald introduced the
TORCH design and theme in a
skit. The newspaper staff added
humor to the program by having
Linda Fleetwood present Knollis
Rose, Greg Vines and Tony Hitt
in a "kissing contest." For fun,
instead of Starlets being rated on
their kissing, the guys' moms were
The suspense could not be pro-
longed forever, though. Klay
Rogers raced through the audi-
ence. grabbed Ms. Adams, and
propelled her to the stage. Brenda
Gober read the dedication as a
surprised Ms. Adams sobbed, "I
donlt believe it.',
The .leslers performed to add musical va ly
Knollis Rose gels ready for the big k
Brenda reads the dedication loa tearful Ms
Assembly Ushers in Holidoys
Mr. Jeff Morrow directed the Freshman Choir.
The Treble Choir was directed by Mr. Crook.
Mr. Crook directed the Concert Choir singing "The Jesus Gift."
With the Christmas chandelier
hanging centerstage, and a feeling
of festive anticipation in the air,
the choral department helped to
usher in the holidays and close
the year 1977.
After the Freshman Choir, Jes-
ters, and Treble Choir presented
their portion of the program, Mr.
Stokes delivered an inspirational
talk on the Christmas story. The
Concert Choir closed with its
selection of Christmas music.
December 17, 1977, was the date set for the l5th
annual Military Ball. "Blue Eternity" provided music
for the formal affair, which stresses social graces for
Dual highlights for the Ball were the crowning of
the JROTC Queen and the Grand March, which
Robby: Mohn crowns Janie Garcia queen.
introduced graduating senior cadets.
Joe Miller escorts Lisa Prulu.
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Everyone enjoys slow dancing.
Sludenis march hand in hand for the Grand March.
Pam Beasley is escorted by Douglas Fort.
l 977-78 JROTC Queen
On December 17, 1977, Miss Janie Garcia was
crowned JROTC Queen. Her coronationfcrowning
was the highlight of the Military Ball.
Miss Garcia was a Cadet Captain in J ROTC, and
was commander of Company C.
Runner-up in the queen competition was Miss
Brenda Hollis. Brenda is a junior and a member of
1977-78 JROTC Queen Miss Janie Garcia
Runner-up. Miss Brenda Hollis and escort. Ronald Hudson. Attendant Miss Laurie Roberts and escort Tony Bolello
Course Fctir Gives Closer Look
The beginning of the year
brought about changes. Seniors
turned thoughts to graduation,
and underclassmen began think-
ing about next year.
For the second year, the vari-
ous departments sponsored a
Course Fair to give students a
closer look at the courses availa-
ble. Underclassmen spent their
English periods walking the halls,
visiting stations and asking ques-
The speech and drama depart-
ment prepared a videotape of its
tournament performers to entice
people into its program. The Eng-
lish department tried to "sere-
nade" the underclassmen into
English courses. The arts,
JROTC, foreign languages,
homemaking and history depart-
ments all prepared interesting
exhibits for the benefit of the stu-
The project proved very suc-
cessful. By allowing students to
Hsee" the courses before making a
choice, the usual calamity sur-
rounding course selection was
Ms. Walker's class visits the art exhibit.
Showing ammunition and weapons. JROTC attracted many visitors.
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The foreign languages displayed a variety of posters and entertainment.
Talented cmd Gifted
First Quarter: Knot pictuiedl Andy Helms
worked with George Reba. sports editor
Jim Lindsey worked with Larry Elkins,
senior vioe-president of Neiman Marcus
Second Quarter: James Cram studied
Journalism with Bob Condron - sports
information at Moody Coliseum.
Ricky McGaha studied architecture with
Cole Smith at Smith, Edblad, and Assoc.,
Third Quarter: Kimbra Koncak studied
fashion design at Stockton of Dallas.
lnol picluredj Daniel Lewis studied the
trombone with Philip Graham.
Georgia Smith studied fashion at the Car-
Donna Walton studied landscape archi-
tecture with Gene Newman at Myrick,
Newman, Dahlberg, Inc.
Bond Sfoge Production Successful
On January 27 and 28, the
Spartan Band presented one of its
most successful stage shows ever.
"Music on Stage 78,, took its for-
mat from Las Vegas variety
shows. Emcee for the show was
Jeff' Gregg with Sally Sanderson
providing comedy relief.
The show featured such solo-
ists as David Baker, Cyndi Ever-
ett, Phyllis Read, and Carol
Woolbright. Melissa Crook and
Trey Evans sang a duet.
The Starlet officers performed
a jazz routine, as did Jamie Pear-
son and Chris Neely 8L Co. In
addition to comedy skits, assist-
ant principal Henry Smith enter-
tained with a drum solo and fea-
ture twirler Debbie McDaniel
presented a baton fantasy.
Highlighting the evening was
the Lab Bandfs tribute to the late
great Duke Ellington.
Proceeds from the show went
toward the Spartan effort.
Cami wwibnghi added glamor to the show. Cy ndi Everett "lights up" the bandishow
Mr. Arnold takes a bow with the lab band at the end of their Duke Ellington tribute.
Starlet officers show their ability with the aid of the lab band.
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Debbie McDaniel entertains the audience. Mr, Afngld Speaks at last stage show- and comic relief.
The Jesters! give another of their famous performances. Phyllis gives Darrell a talk about tobacco
Laura Furr adds humor between acts Bam Bake' F' C U A 'WEN 'f' New E'1g'a"d Dodd IS a drummer
Chris Nealy and Co. dance to the beat. Melissa Crook and Trey Evans took our hearts away.
Starlets "Rain" With Talent
Hard work, long practice, and
much worry paid off for the Star-
lets as they presented their annual
Starlet Capers. The theme for the
February 2 variety show was
"Don't Rain on My Parade."
The show consisted of solos,
duets, dance routines, and skits.
Emcees for the production were
Sally Sanderson and Georgia
Prior to the show, a dinner was
held in the lunchroom. All pro-
ceeds went to benefit the Spartan
Cowboy cheerleaders performed at Starlet Capers.
Starlet Seniors did the traditional "Hokey
"You're Leaving Too Soon" was sung by Laura Furr.
Sally and Georgia were the
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The dance was the first formal event for the Dea
On Friday, February 10. the Deaf
Education Department held its Sweet-
heart Dance. The dance was planned
and given by Ms. Sutkin's third-period
English class. It was the first dance for
the deaf ever held in a public high
school in Texas.
After dancing and refreshments.
Valerie Bingham and Robert Trevino
were announced as Queen and King of
the Dance. Members of the Court
included: Lori Sampson and Don
Stewart, Kimi Andrews and Felix
Pena, Debbie Melvin and Mark Phil-
lips, and Elizabeth White and Tony
The students decorated the cafeteria for the occasion
Mrs. Sutkins introduces the court.
Valentine to Sweetheart Dance
After a two-week, bad-weather
delay, Spartans were finally able to
attend the Sweetheart Dance on Fri-
day, February 25.
The Student Council sponsored
the dance, and decorated the lunch-
room in Valentine fashion. "Nick
Danger" provided dance music.
Highlighting the evening was the
crowning of the Valentine Queen. At
8:45 p.m., Kim Koncak and Vincent
Vela made the announcement:
Queen Peggy Swindle was escorted
by Richard Nunley.
The Sweetheart Court consisted
of Mitzi Stephens, escorted by Larry
Reed: Kristi Smith, escorted by
Mike Woodfing and Joni Mew-
bourn, whose escort was Thomas
Also in the Court were Penny
Bird, escorted by Carl Tilleryg
Lenora Coronado, escorted by Dar-
rell Wood, Patti Morris with Paul
Scottg and Linda Martin.
1977 Queen Lori Enright. prepares to
crown the queen.
Kelly Morgan demonstrated a new dance.
"Nick Danger" provided music.
Knollis enjoys the refreshments.
Kim wonders who will be queen. Peggy Swindle is announced as queen.
Junior Joni Mewbourne escorted
by Thomas Welch.
llunior Kristie Smith escorted by
Sophomore Leonora Coronado
escorted by Darrell Wood.
Queen Peggy Swindle escorted by Richard Nunley.
Senior Mitzi Stephens escorted by
Freshman Patti Morris escorted by
Freshman Penny Bird escorted by
In l97O. when a Lithuanian seaman
named Simas Kudirkajumped from a Rus-
sian fishing vessel onto an American Coast
Guard Cutter in a desperate bid for the
freedom he had only heard about. only to
be sent back because of a technicality in
detente. the people who are now students at
Samuell paid no attention, Vietnam was the
big story in the news. and even tlic youngest
school-goer heard frightening reports of
war. When. in 1971. Simas Kudirka was
pleading for his life in a Russian Court.
again we paid no attention to his plight. The
watchword: desegration - and the fear of
forced bussing. While Simas saw his hopes
dim as he sat in a concentration camp.
future Spartans in l972 saw a President
take office and a war end. Even in l974.
when Simas Kudirka returned to the
United States after the discovery that he
was an American citizen. we were too lost
in the tribulations of Watergate to give sec-
ond thoughts about this brave man.
lt is no wonder. then. that when students
in the advanced phase English class found
that they were to research this man. Simas
Kudirka. they responded with a mere
"Who's he?" But. after all research was
complete. these students knew they had to
meet this fascinating man face-to-face.
Through the Dallas Independent School
District. Simas Kudirka was able to visit
Samuell High School f an event which left
few students untouched.
On Sunday. March 5. fifty Spartans and
reporters from other schools crowded into
DFW airport in eager anticipation. No one
knew what to expect upon the arrival of
Flight 92. but everyone knew the day would
be special. At 10:40. a short. talkative man
emerged from the corridor accompanied by
a taller woman. Simas Kudirka had arrived
Thejitters that had prevailed earlier were
completely disspelled. Simas Kudirka and
his interpreter. Rima Mironas. were quickly
introduced to their Dallas hostesses. Char-
lotte. Sharon. .loan and Belinda. and were
then ushered into the Flagship Suite. There.
students from Roosevelt. Sunset. Seago-
ville. and Wilson fired questions at Simas
from all sides. He did his best to answer all
of them. though he had minimal trouble
with the "Texas twangsf'
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Reflections on Freedom
On Sunday afternoon. Simas and Rima
were guests of honor at a reception held in
the school library. This gave many parents
and faculty the opportunity to meet Simas
personally. Channel 4 News covered the
event with newswoman Judy Jordan con-
ducting the interview. The story appeared
on the nightly newscast.
After the reception. Simas traveled to
Fate. Texas for a genuine Texas Barbeque
at the home of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Craw-
ford. The food was provided by students in
Mrs. Crawford's second and fourth periods.
After dinner. the students presented Simas
with a white Cowboy hat and Rima
received a cookbook of Texas recipes. The
evening closed as students taught Simas
"The Eyes of Texas."
Simas spent Monday. March 6, at Sam-
uell. as much to his delight as to that of
Spartans. "You . . . peoples." he said. "you
are . . . so . . . free with souls" in reference
to the overwhelming reception he received
Monday evening. Simas talked to people
from all over Dallas who came to the Com-
munity Meeting held in the auditorium.
Several Dallasites of Lithuanian descent
attended the function to hear Simas offer
his message of hope.
"You Amedicansf' he said. "are so free
. . . but . . .you not see how free. You can
say anysing. read anysing . . . viz-out lies
. . . viz-out two-faces. You must protect ziz
freedom." Though broken and heavily
accented. his message is understood.
Simas spent the next two days giving his
message to students at Woodrow Wilson,
Roosevelt. and Bryan Adams High Schools.
In all places he was well received.
On Wednesday. March 8. Simas Kudirka
and Rima Mironas bid a tearful farewell to
Dallas. Texas. "But don't vorry," he told
students. "I be back! I not go to Siberia!"
Simas Kudirka left many Spartans with
memories to last a lifetime. Reflections on
freedom. on democracy. on the rights of a
human being. and hope for our future.
"You are so rich . . .But you do not real-
ize how rich . . . America is beautiful place
for souls . . . You are free . . . Be happy.
be happy. .
"Paper Drive Friday!"
"Everyone come to the
Chile Supper. .
"Would you like to buy a
These were familiar sounds
in the Samuell Halls in 1978 as
loyal Spartans supported the
The Effort sent 164 mem-
bers of the Band, Starlets, Jes-
tersl, and JROTC to the
annual Cherry Blossom Festi-
val in Washington, D.C.
Though the trip lasted only 5
days, the Spartan Effort was a
school-wide project which
lasted the entire year.
During October, Mr. Arnold
announced that they had been
invited to attend the Festival
and many Spartans began
eagerly planning their ward-
robes and routines. But after
the shock of the announce-
ment came the realization that
a trip of that size would cost
money - much money.
Undaunted. the various
groups hastily began planning
money-making projects. Pro-
ceeds from the Jesters! assem-
bly, Band Show, and Starlet
Capers all went toward the
Spartan Effort. Students sold
Tupperware, light bulbs, jew-
elry, bumper stickers, candy,
stationery, and pies to raise
money. Additional funds came
from the Chili Supper,
Chicken Dinner, Bake Sale
and auction, and Garage Sale.
Tami and Joni on the Riverboat
herry Blossom Festival
on the Potomac River, Mr. Spainhouer was photographer.
Souvenir hunters. Students in the Smithsonian Institute.
Gena and Cathy on the observation deck. Joni, Gena, and Cathy pose.
A familiar gathering place. Mr. Stokes speaks. Sponsors.
donated a '66 Mustang to the
Effort, and chances to win it
were sold for Sl.00 a piece.
Every Friday, the west end of
the student parking lot was full
of newspapers as each ton of
papers added more money to
the fund. Kip's Restaurant
donated one day's profits to
the Effort as many Spartans
spent the day waiting on
On March 29, 198 excited
students, parents, and teachers
departed for Washington,
D.C. from Dallas-Ft. VVorth
Regional Airport, beginning a
busy, five-day schedule. Spon-
sors for the trip included Mr.
Wartes, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold,
Mr. and Mrs. Bohart, Mr. and
Mrs. Weiz, Mr. and Mrs. Cost,
Mr. and Mrs. George Stone,
Ms. Carla Fahey, Ms. Gwen
Swinton. and Mr. and Mrs.
The various groups per-
formed at Arlington National
Cemetery, the Washington
Monument, and on the Capitol
steps as well as marching in the
Cherry Blossom Parade. Col.
Wittkower placed a wreath at
the Tomb of the Unknown
Sunday night, 198 Spartans
returned from Washington,
D.C. - tired but happy - to
renew old schedules at W.W.S.
Murphy ond Mork
Sissom King ond Queen
The new court for the 4th annual Peppermint Ball are Mark
and Jeanette Murphy.
Friday, May 12. was the date for the fourth annual
Entertainment for the formal occasion was pro-
vided by N10 Karat" and the Handbell choir.
Highlighting the Ball was the crowning of the Pep-
permint King and Queen. 1977's Queen, Renice
Mackey, made her traditional last walk before relin-
quishing her title to Jeanette Murphy and Mark Sis-
Renice Mackey crowns the new queen Jeanette Murphy.
Patrick Pearson fleflj and Brian Tate Irighrj escort last year's queen Joyce Sanders. aide, congratulates Mark Sissom. the King of
Renice Mackey on her final march to give up her crown to the new Peppermint Ball.
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The handbell choir, directed by Mrs. Ellen Vanderslice. enter-
Mrs, Betty Bennetjoins in the fun as she dances with David Hanes.
Darrel Pattillo and his rock group I0 Karat provided the dance
Mark Sissom presented Mrs. Tommy Townsend with a gift for her
work as their counselor.
The parents and friends of the students were invited to share in the
Malcolm Wynn and the other students were ready with every tune
to dance the night away.
l Second Time for "Bells Are Ringing"
The Concert Choir added still
another musical to its collection of
excellent productions when they
presented "Bells Are Ringing" on
April 20, 2l, and 22. It was the first
time a musical had been repeated
and the second year of the three-per-
The musical takes place primarily
at 'fSusanswerphone,,' an answering
service owned by Sue fLaura Furry.
One of the employees, Ella CPhyllis
Readj is an overly friendly person
who constantly meddles in the lives
of her subscribers. One of her sub-
scribers is a down-and-out writer,
Jeff Moss fDavid Bakery. Ella imme-
diately decides to help him. Under a
false name she helps him and unwit-
tingly helps three others CBryan
Sandlin, Trey Evans, and Brian
McKinnieJ in the process.
But before she can help herself,
Ella falls in love with Jeff. Eventu-
ally, Jeff discovers her identity, and
the two declare their love.
The musical had many excellent
choruses and exciting dance num-
bers. Other fine lead performances
were given by Knollis Rose fwho
played Sandor, the bookie, who set
up headquarters at Susanswer-
phonej, Klay Rogers and Tracy
Hare Cas Inspector Barnes and Fran-
cis, the detectivej, and Belinda Boyd
The production marked the
twenty-first musical directed by Mr.
Clements B. Crookg it was the sec-
ond year that Mr. Jeff Morrow
assisted in the direction. Accompan-
ists for the show were Joan
McCormack, Carol Woolbright, and
When the curtain came down on
the final performance, the entire cast
screamed - in joy, in some sadness,
but with immense pride in a most
Bames and Francis inspect "Susanswerphone
'Pm Goin' Back!" Ella and Bames won
The parade added humor to "Hello, Hello. There'
Fills Auditorium All Three Nights
her plans to Gwynne. Ella tells-.Iefihow to his life. Sandor tells of his Little System."
Everyone enoyed the subwa . The parade highlighted the subway scene.
Suscmswerphone's Ello Solves
Dr. Kitchell sings to Ella. Ella is introduced to Paul Arnold.
Ella and Carl sing "Mu-Cha-Cha." Ella laments "The Party's Over."
Ella and Blake Barton discuss popularity. Dr. Kitchell and Blake Barton help Jeff find his miracle.
All Her Subscribers' Problems
Carl teaches Ella howto Cha Cha
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Ella and Jeff "slug 'em" in the park.
Tami French and ex-Spartan Mike Bryant Linda Fleetwood and .lohn McDonald Phyllis Thomas and date Tony Hitt pos
pose for a snapshot. enjoy the occasion to really dress up. while Darrell Tyler sneaks 1 into the pic-
I 977-78 Senior Prom
REGISTRY HOTEL THE SENIORSLASS OF 1978
W. W. SAMUELL HIGH SCHOOL
. . welcomes you to the 0
I 1.00 Senior March SENIOR PROM
Sally Sanderson and Carey Tucker
l l:30 Presentation of Favorites by Faculty
9:00 Prom Begins
Friday Evening. May Fifth
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MUSIC BY DISCO SOUND
Jimmy Macaluso and Toni Clevenger .
Phillip Thomas and date sit out on u pose at home for one of many pictures for Larry Hanyes and partner dance amid the
dance. mom and dad. light show to a disco heat.
Vicki Wells and date Bud Delk show a
smile on the seniors' night to really shine.
Knollis Rose and others dance to the con-
tinuous sound provided by the D.J.
Roy Phillips and senior Teresa Cross pose
at home before they are off to dinner and
Features Disco Dancing
Friday, May 5, was a day Seniors had anticipated all year long - Prom day.
The Prom was held at the Registry Hotel in the Regal Ballroom. "Disco Sound" provided the dance music.
At ll:00, Ms. Carla Fahey introduced the emcees for the traditional Senior Grand March, Sally Sanderson
and Carey Tucker, who individually introduced each Senior girl and her Senior escort.
Following the march, TORCH sponsor Ms. Marion Ward announced the beginning of the Favorites program.
Each category was introduced by various faculty members.
Joni Mewbourne and Thomas Welch Penny Bird and Carl Tillery rest in Melissa Crook escorted by Jeff Gregg in
clown around while posing for a snapshot.
between the three hours of disco dancing. the senior grand march.
Mr. cmd Miss
Blue Gold - Lcisf cmd First Performcinces
The new football team showed their durability amid the downpour.
Spartan Spirit didn't slacken as the new drill and fans sat through Teafs WUC washed away fmm the uoldu drill by the fain-
The band, Starlets and senior boys, who traditionally invade the field, ran for cover at the end of the half-time performance.
The May 20 Blue-Gold Football game fell on a
rain-soaked Saturday night.
The game provided a "last performance" for sen-
iors in many organizations as well as giving the "up-
an-coming" performers the chance to shine.
The teams had a difficult time trying to play in the
driving rain. Nevertheless, the Gold team emerged
victorious by a score of I2-6.
The game was a last for senior Starlets.
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The senior cheerleaders await their last run across the field. The 78-79 squad showed their talent for the upcoming year.
A new Starlet drill stands for the opening of the game and the alma mater.
Weathermen predicted that
April 28 would be rainy, but the
day chosen for the third annual
Field Day dawned clear and cool.
And it proved to be a successful
The day began with an assem-
bly in which fourteen nervous
Juniors tried out for 78-79 Varsity
Cheerleader. After the assembly,
the entire student body moved
The Stage Band presented a
concert on the blacktop as candi-
dates for Student Council made
campaign speeches. The Deaf
Education Department presented
a mime show.
Girls and guys entered the soft-
ball tournament with "The Out-
laws" emerging victorious. Many
Spartans entered their cars in the
car show. Clubs sponsored vari-
ous booths which sold everything
from hot buttered popcorn to a
chance to "smack', Coach King
with a pie. The Armed Services
also brought exhibits.
Highlighting the day was
another assembly, performed by
the rock group, S'Blue Eternity."
Samuell,s own David Baker led
the band in popular songs which
quickly made everyone want to
dance. Many Spartans formed a
"Dancing Chainn down the
aisles, and soon the aisles were
jammed as more people were
added to the chain.
At 3:05, Field Day 1978 ended,
But the bell closed one of the
most successful Field Days ever.
The Stage Band performed on the blacktop Each candidate was introduced to the student body
mes ond cu Rock Concert
ilson ran the Latin Club s obstacle cour Students enjoyed inspecting the helicopter
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Mr. Stokes spent the day herding skippers back to school. Even boats were displayed
Art Danny Bryant
Deaf Education Valerie Bingham
Business Julie Dennie
Woodshop Al Phillips
Social Studies Sharon Spurr
Math Rodney Christian
Choral Music David Baker
Band Pam Bullion
HECE Debra Bussey
D.E. Rene Shirley
J.R.O.T.C. Robbye Mohn
Science Steven Sherrell
Girls P.E. Rebecca Martinez
English Charlotte Karlen
Latin Cathy Busby
The outstanding students were honored for their excellence in each area of courses offer
The students are chosen from all four levels of classification.
I Dare You
I Dare You
Each student wa
Monica Martinez and James Smeltzer presented Mrs Griffin with an award for being an outstanding H E C E teacher
Sr. Assembly "Looks Like We Mode lf"
On Friday. May 26. I978. the scnior class filled the auditorium Emcees for the program were Knollis Rose and Klay Rogers.
for their last assembly,
Laura Johnson and Barbara Bynum did a disco dance - a favorite David "Barry" Baker sang the appropriate theme song. "Looks
of the Seniors. Like We Made It."
Brenda Gober and Cyndi Everett read the list of objects placed in Teary-eyed Concert Choir members sing their last song.
the Seniors Time Capsule.
The Deaf Education Students remembered past days with "Old Millie Giardina sang "You Light Up My Life" with Cyndi Everett.
Teena Fountain performs her disco song Phyllis Read sings "The Party's Over" to her Jeff Gregg shows off his dancing talents
for the Senior Class. last school audience, for the last time,
David Baker opened the show with the theme song,
"Looks Like We Made It." The acts which followed
were all reminiscent of things past: Phyllis Read's
"The Party's Over fBells Are Ringingjf' the drum-
mers' solo fMusic on Stagelg the "Billy the Kid" skit
CRAZZ-MA-TAZZJQ the emcees skit on Simas
Many students took time to say "goodbye" to Sam-
uell with songs and dance routines. Sally Sanderson
and Carey Tucker presented an interesting reflection
on past events with the "WWS Newscast."
The assembly provided a last performance for
many groups: the cheerleaders led their last yell, the
Starlet Officers danced a last routine.
Carey Tucker in one of the assembly's Melissa Crook performed with the Starlet Greg Foster gave his last drum solo.
lighter moments. Officers for the last time.
Knollis Rose and Klay Rogers remember the visit of Simas
Phyllis Read ancilolene Boyett sang the Jesters' last song.
Senior members of Choir regret their last performance.
In a flashback to Rau-Ma-Tau, Tracy Hare and Klay Rogers
portray "Billy the Kid."
Mr. Stokes hellps Sally Sanderson through her farewell speech by
explaining the aughs were not at her but at a floating balloon.
Honored guests in attendance included Ms. Carla Fahey. .lim Mat-
tox, and Jim Tyson.
It was a day of goodbyes for many school leaders.
Senior class president Knollis Rose and Student
Body president David Baker gave farewell speeches,
as did Sally Sanderson and Mrs. Carla Fahey.
Brenda Gober and Cyndi Everett presented the
Time Capsule, which holds various remembrances of
the '78 year. Levis, a special "Grove', T-shirt, and
copies of all school publications went into the cap-
sule to be sealed until 1988-ten-year anniversary.
Closing the program were the final performancesi
of the Jesters and the Concert Choir. l
Tears flowed freely for seniors and underclassmen
alike as the closing of the assembly marked the end of l
three years at Samuell for the Class of '78.
Senior Joan McCormack accompanied the soloists in their last
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Senior Class President Knollis Rose gives his farewell speech.
Klay Rogers and Brian McKinnie perform "Old Days" with the
Senior .I esters.
Cyndi Everett sang "You Light Up My Life" for the Seniors.
The Senior Starlets performed a last routine.
The Senior members of Concert Choir sang "l'll Always Remem-
Peggy Swindle leads the Starlet officers in Nancy Newhouse and Winnie Johnson Susan Joplin was another of the final
a last routine. dance to "Flashlight," ists. '
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Sr. Luncheon of "Gronny's"
Immediately following the Senior
Assembly, Seniors went to Granny's
Dinner Playhouse where they enjoyed
"The Owl and the Pussycat".
Marcia Wallace is better known for
her role as Carol Kester. Dr. Robert
Hartley's receptionist on TV's "Bob
Newhart Show." She played the
"hooker" Doris in the play.
After the Buffet-style luncheon, Sen-
iors were able to relax and see the
play. Cyndi Everett, Trey Evans, and
Brenda Gober seemed to enjoy them-
The play took place in an
apartment in San Fran-
Co-starring in the play was
Larry Randolph who
played Felix Sherman.
Baccalaureate services for the class of '78 were held The invocation was delivered by Rev. Johnny K.
on Sunday, May 28, in the Spartan auditorium. Bryant of the Greater Bethlehem Baptist Church.
The Rev. Lewis Chamberlain of
Meneely Memorial Presbyterian
Church delivered the sermon. Belinda
Boyd gave the benediction.
The Concert Choir sang a special reli-
gious song. Rev. Bryant, Mr. Stokes,
and Rev. Chamberlain spoke at the
Melissa Crook-and Sheryl Meche lis-
en to instructions before the proces-
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The music of "Pomp and Circumstancef' the
Senior Class of '78 filed into Dallas Memorial
Auditorium on June l, to begin commencement
exercises. The 8:00 ceremony marked the end of
twelve years of schooling for 368 seniors.
Senior class President, Knollis Rose, gave the
invocation. ROTC Battalion Commander Rob-
bye Mohn led the Pledge of Allegiance. Mr. C.
B. Crook directed the Concert Choir in a final
performance of "Cherubim Songi' and "The
Last Words of David," accompanied by Kelli
Copeland and Carol Woolbright.
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Candidates wait nervously for the beginning of commence-
Graduating Class of 1978
Brenda Louise Aday
Kimberly Ann Allen
Linda Lea Anderton
David Allen Baker
Valerie Ann Bingham
Jolene Renea Boyett
John Harold Brasher
Lisa Jo Carruth
Sharon Faye Caudill
Ricky Wayne Cornwell
Julie Ann Cosper
Karen Louise Davenport
Melanie Joyce Derryberry
Linda Kay Fleetwood
Brenda Leigh Foster
Laura Eileen Furr
Deborah Marchel Gardner
Pamela Kay Gilliam
Brenda Jean Gober
Jana Lee Graves
Tracy Lee Hare
Mike Ausan Harris
Terry Lee Hillgartner
Kathy Denise Hodges
Jesse Carry Hux, Jr.
Laura Lynn Johnson
Cheryl Lee Jones
Dedra Rae Jones
Bo William J urik -
Roy Scott Kendall
Kimbra Ann Koncak
Celeste Monica Kubacek
Saundra Kay Land
Lisa Louise Lyles
Finishes at 8:00 on June l
Teresa Jackson McClung
Lisa Louise McCuiston
Ricky Lee McGaha
Brian Allen McKinnie
Sheryl Emma Meche
Hilda Trevino Meza '
Diane Lovejoy Milam
Robbye Lynne Mohn
Anthony Lee Neel
Brian Alan Partington
Jo Karen Peel
Al Ken Phillips
Jacie Lee Ramsey
Paul Scott Riddles
Carol Lee Sanders
Kathy Ann Selzer
Regina Rene Shirley
Susan Elaine Slayden
Georgia Sherrell Smith
Sherry Lynette Stegall
Donald Ray Stewart
Paula Marie Stewart
Peggy Sue Swindle
Mary Lynn Tate
Terri Lyn Thompson
Carl Darren Tillery
Carey Fred Tucker
Cindy Sue Vick
Deborah Ann Waldroup
Ricky David Waller
Donna Rene Walton
Brian Joseph Welnack
Jeanne Darlene White
Cherron Craft Williams
Carla Rose Yandell
Principal R. C. Stokes presented the platform
guests and Mr. Wayne Neu presented plaques
for special sewice to Samuell students.
Following the presentation of honors, Mr.
Stokes announced to DISD Board member
Gerald M. Stanglin that the candidates had ful-
filled all their requirements and were certified
After Mr. Stanglin presented diplomas to the
graduates, the entire class rose for the last sing-
ing of the Alma Mater.
National Honor Society President Tracy
Hare delivered the benediction which closed
twelve long years and opened the doors of
memory for 368 graduates.
RayDel Sloan eagerly awaits his tum to walk across the
Cherron Williams is one of the many students waiting for
the start of the exercises.
After graduation, 200 Seniors went to Bronco
Bowl to enjoy the traditional All-Night Party.
The party began at midnight with the searching
of the graduates' bags, purses, and persons.
Bronco Bowl offered Spartans the opportunity to
enjoy a variety of recreational activities. Many
spent the night bowling, but others enjoyed pool,
archery, pinball, baseball, and tennis.
All-Night Party Entertoins
Peggy Swindle and date Richard wait to enter the party.
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And the night wears on. . .and on . . .and on. . .
Recent graduates had a chance to record their
voices on tape. which is to be sealed in the time
capsule and played at the ten-year reunion. The
tape contains reflections of the Senior year.
reminders of events past, and forecasts for the
The party ended at five o'clock, leaving gradu-
ates to go home to try to collect a little sleep.
Knollis Rose enjoyed the pool table.
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Bonom Row: Lanette Anderson. Kathy Ford. Jennifer Grandbury, Peggy Swindle. Melissa Crook. Jacie Ramsey. Sheryl Meche. Tracy Har-
per. Znd Row: Kim Koncek, Marilyn Miller. Cindy Vick. Sharon Spurr. Debbie Odom. Laura Furr. Joan McCormack. Georgia Smith. Rm
Raw: Melody Shaw. Darla Simons. Brenda Foster. Marsha Price. Barbara Thornton. Charlotte McCall. Gena Hawkins. Cathy Crannell. 4rl
Raw: Joni Redfearn. Shiela Rowden. Susie Slayden. Robin Trantham. Sharon LaQuay. Darla Lehew. Jana Thomas. Cathy Causey. 5111 Raw.
Stacy Brooks. Paula Hagan. Kathy Weihe. Lisa Wallace. Valerie Davidson. Misti Stanfield. Carla Glaze. Kelly Holder. 61h Row: Judy Dang
iels. Sandra Hunt. Carol Woolbright. Beth Reed. Shelley Scott. Cheryl Chism. Diana Browning. Susan Hancock. 71h Raw: Rhonda Cooper
Kelly Morgan. Lisa Spozio. Laurie Johnson. Patty Holmes. Donetta Delk. Becky Zajdl. Joni Mewbourn. Toni Clevenger.
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saw one of theirmost active years
in I977. They spent many cold.
early mornings perfecting new
routines which they performed to
near perfection at all football and
some basketball games.
The Starlets added a new prop
to their collection this year: white
stools which they used at the
Starlet sponsor was Ms. Carla
Fahey. They were under the field
direction of Captain Peggy Swin-
dle. who received the honor of
being named to the All American
In March. the Starlets repre rii.
sented Samuell m Washlngtcin' Managers Tammy Stone. JoAnne Dunagan. Linda Carla Fahey
D-C- at the anflllal Cherry BlOS- Anderton. Not pictured: Sally Sanderson Drill Sponser
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Kneeling: Melissa Crook. Peggy Swindle. 2nd Row: Traci Harper. Sheryl Meche. Kathy Ford. Jennifer Granberry. Lanette Anderson. Jacie
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Standing: Traci Harper. Lanette Anderson, Jennifer Granberry. Peggy Swindle, Melissa Crook, Kathy Ford. Jacie Ramsey. Sheryl Meche.
2nd Row: Kim Koncak. Marilyn Miller. Cindy Vick, Sharon Spurr. Debbie Odom, Laura Furr. .loan McCormack, Georgia Smith.
Junior ond Sophomore Sforlyelsmy
Siliingx Cathy Camnell. Joni Redfearn, Darla Lehew. Sheila Rowden, Traci Harper. Cathy Causey, Sharon LaQuay. Darla Simons. Melody
Shaw. Kneeling: Toni Clevenger. Jana Thomas. Becky Zajdl. Rhonda Cooper. Kelly Morgan. Lisa Spozio. Beth Reed. Lisa Wallace. Sland-
ing: Joni Mewhourn. Susan Hancock. Cheryl Chism. Kelly Holder. Paula Hagan. Kathy Weihe. Judy Daniels, Carla Glaze.
Siiring: Stacy Brooks. Bending: Barbara Thornton. Gena Hawkins, Smnding: Diana Browning. Shelley Scott. Laurie Johnson. Valerie David
son. Misty Stanfield. Marsha Price. Carol Woolbright.
Bollam Row: Cyndi Everett. Brenda Goher. Tap Row: Kathy West. Lisa Pound. Barbara Bynum. Mitzi Stephens. and Laura Johnson
This year. for the first time. Samuell had an all-
female cheerleading squad. During the summer. and
every afternoon after school during football season.
the cheerleaders practiced on new yells. At cheerlead-
ing camp. they won 3 superior ribbons. l excellent
ribbon, and the Super Star Squad.
The cheerleaders decorated the auditorium for the
pep assemblies. and they. along with the banner
team. worked hard to raise the Spirit of Big Blue.
Ms. Linda Adams, sponsor
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Al Phillips served as Spartan Image this year.
He stood on the sidelines at every football
game. representing the student body as one
voice v one body backing the Spartans loyally.
The Spartan Image reminds the football team
of the faithful support of the Spartans. even by
those who were not present.
The Banner Team presented the banner at all
football games. They also raised the huge. paper
Spartan head at every game to urge Big Blue on
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The Junior Varsity Cheerleading Squad
was made up of sophomores andjuniors who
supported the J.V. sports activities.
The Cheerleaders attended SMU Cheer-
leaders School in August, and won several
The cheerleaders' sponsor was Ms.
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From Ron Dana Wester. Jan Bailey. Second Row: Shelia Carter. Michelle Knapp. Mary Johnson. Carrie Tipton. Sherry Hall Tonya
Terri King Linda Martin. Linda Swindle. Sandra Sneed. Sloan.
Deof Cheerleaders Boost Spirit
Row 1: David Alaniz. Robert Trevino. Felix Pean.
Row 2: Carolyn Goher and Sherill Archer.
1977-78 marked the second year Samuell had Deaf Cheerleaders, and the organization
again enjoyed a successful year.
Mrs. Vicki Zehrfeld sponsored the cheerleaders and Felix Pena served as head cheerleader.
The cheerleaders signed yells along with the varsity cheerleaders at each pep assembly
They also led the Deaf Spartan Section at the football games.
The Deaf Cheerleaders. along with the D.S. Section, have allowed more students to show
spirit and loyalty to Samuell.
Pub Sloff "Publishes" Senior
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Row I: Linda Anderton. Jamie Pearson. Berverly Jenkins. Sharon Spurr. Teresa Cross. Susie Slayden, Brenda Gober.
Row 2: Charlotte Karlen. Jeff Gregg. Laurie Markham. Lisa McCuiston. Sally Sanderson. Robin Trantham. Row 3: Jen-
nifer Granberry. Jo Anne Dunagun. Debbie Odom. Debbie Waldroup. Cathy West. Row 4: L. O. Covington. Karen
Peel. Vicki Wells. Kyle Hansard. Row 5: David Chandler. Thomas Welch. Vincent Vela. Brian McKinnie. Lisa Kincy,
John Daniels. Paula Hobbs. Teena Fountain.
The staff of the 1978 Sen-
ior Pub spent many long
hours collecting. typing.
editing. and re-editing to
give the Seniors a humor
publication to be proud of.
sponsors Mary McCollum.
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1 Chief Carl Tillery. and
3 Linda Adams. and Elyse
Albright. the Pub Staff was
able to succeed in their
Editors: Row 1: Carla Yandell. Cyndi Everett. Carl Tillery. Row
2: Scott Riddles. Chris Thomas.
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Bottom Row: Mr. Clements B. Crook, Brenda Foster, Tonya Johnson, Barbara Bynum, Maria Lopez, Jamie Pearson, Melissa Crook, Belinda
Boyd, Lisa Epps, Joan McCormack, Peggy Floumoy, Debbie Read, Susan Joplin, Carrie Tipton, Kim Green, Sharon LaQuey, Joni Redfern,
Melody Shaw, Sheryl Meche, Debbie Tucker, Mr. Jeff Morrow. Row 2: Kelly Duncan, Becky Zajdl, Evelyn Mardis, Evelyn Cobb, Charlotte
Robinson, Lisa Spozio, Jackie Ramsey, Charlotte Karlen, Amber LaMont, Cyndi Everett, Brenda Gober, Lisa Wallace, Robin Trantham,
Toni Clevenger, Kelly Morgan, Lori Jefferson, Judy Delo, Judith Wilson, Debbie Baxley. Row 3: Kay Powell, Leigh Lewis, Carla Yandell,
Jana Thomas, Phyllis Read, Laura Furr, Liz Lawless, Pam Gilliam, Jolene Boyett, Kathy Weihe, Judy Daniels, Beverly Williams, Cheryl
And C' Wickham Sher Presle Row 4' Linda Anderton Paula Stewart Sandra Mclxory Carol Woolbright,
Chism, Lanette erson, incy , ry y. . , , ,
Susie Higgins, Sharon Spurr, Kathy Ford, Sandra Rogan, Mitzi Stephens, Cindy Mcllroy, Lisa McCuiston, Jana Graves, Rhonda Cooper,
Raising their voices in spirited song, the Concert Choir performed at many events. Under the direction of Mr.
Clements B. Crook and assistant, Mr. Jeff Morrow, this large group of singing Spartans delighted audiences from
the school and the community.
The Concert. Choir opened the year by presenting the fifth annual variety show, RAZZ-MA-TAZZ. During the
Ear, they participated in a number of solo and ensemble contests. They also performed at the Christmas assem-
Highlighting the year for the Concert Choir was the production of the musical, "Bells are Ringing."
Peggy Swindle. Debbie Odom, Brenda Jones. Row 5: Benny Stone. Mike Harris, Butch Owens, Brian Sweet, Mike Killingsworth, Mack Joc-
bos, Anthony Joplin, Steve Ingram. Raymond Smith, Phyllip Smith, L. D. Covington, Mike Bell, Curt Fryar, Mike Ham, Eric Wynn. Kyle
Lester, Kenny Watson. Row 6: Phillip Elery, Russel Brown. Jeff Gregg, Anthony Lee, Mark Robertson, Steve Queter, Keith Emberlin, Randy
Garren, Mike Causey, Brian Gooding, Randy Harris, Larry Hanes, Jimmy Delo, Steve Chapman, Brian McKinnie, Klay Rogers, Brian
Sandlin, Darrell Pattillo, Brad Walker. Row 7: Dean Baker, Mike Trent. Gary Satterwhite, Mark Manley, John Daniels, Bud Delk, Mike
Collins. Loyd Tuley, Tracy Hare, Bob Adams, Eddy Ward, Gene Stroman, David Baker, Randy Grey, Trey Evans, Steve Shaffer.
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McCormack accompany the choir at the piano. man, Kenny Watson, Trey Evans, Randy Gray, Tracy Hare
Cpresj. 2nd Row: Cyndi Everett, Barbara Bynam, Melissa Crook,
Pam Gilliam. Cindy Mcllroy, Robin Trantham, Lanette Anderson.
Lisa McCuiston, Belinda Boyd, Cheryl Meche, and Peggy Swindle.
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Foreground: Tracy Hare. Bollom Row: Mark Manley, Brian Sweet, Lloyd Tuley, Kyle Lester. Mike Ham, Mark Jacobs, Mark Robertson
Steve Ingram. Raymond Smith, Phillip Smith. Znd Row: Keith Emberlin, Gary Satterwhite, Anthony Lee. 3rd Row: Butch Owens. Briar
Gooding. Mike Collins. Eddie Ward, Curt Fryar, Phillip Ellery, Brad Walker, Mike Killingsworth. 4th Row: Bud Delk, Steve Sherrel. Eric
Wynn, 51h Row: Mike Bell. Kenneth Watson, Jimmy Delo, Bryan Sandlin, Benny Stone. Darrell Pattillo. 61h Row: Anthony Joplin. Steve
Corder. Steve Chapman. Mike Trent. Dean Baker. 7th Row: Russell Brown. Mike Harris, Jeff Gregg, Bob Adams. Randy Garren, Randy
Harris. Randy Grey. Trey Evans. Gene Stroman. 81h Row: Mike Causey. Steve Shaffer, Brian McKinnie. David Baker, John Daniels. L. D
Covington. Klay Rogers.
"Smock Collars of America"
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organization of guys from
A choir service organization,
the prospective member of
SCOA must first undergo an
initiation by the Senior Smock
Collars of America.
Three Year Members: Kneeling: John Daniels, Tracy Hare, Trey Evans, Mike Harris, Briar
McKinnie. Standing: Russell Brown, Randy Harris. Randy Grey, Klay Rogers, David Baker
Sealed: Lisa Spozio. Laura Furr. Jacie Ramsey. Cyndi Everett. Belinda Boyd. Phyllis Read. Jolene Boyett. Steve Chapman. Standing: Toni
Clevenger. Trey Evans. Brian McKinnie. Brett Killingsworth. Bennie Stone. Joan McCormack. Keith Emberlin. Brian Sandlin, Mike Ham.
Mike Harris. David Baker. Tracy Hare.
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Well-known throughout the city.
the Jesters! perform at a variety of
The Jesters! are chosen each year The Jesters add to their vocal talents
from the Concert Choir on the basis
of vocal talent. poise. and personal-
ity. They perform for civic clubs.
community and school organiza-
tions. and churches.
At the Christmas assembly, they made up a sleigh.
Girls Treble Choir
Bolmm Row: Misti Stanfield. Saprina Watkins. Ann Keahey. Kathy Baker. Kayla Milam. Cray Briggs. Linda Mattix. Sherri Moore. Lisa
Culley. Cheryl Baker. Stacy Brooks. Margie Higgins. Christi Lewis. Linda Swindle. Linda Mayberry. Second Row: Darlene Word. Teresa
McClendon. Morgana Shaw. Jinx Pitts. Jayne Gregory. Lori Keahey, Tommy Franks. Susan Sapundjieff. Sandra Vinkler. Debbie Starrett.
Janna Selman. Lisa Williams. Regina Allen. Deanna Currin. Francis Hernandez. Sheryl Carruth. Gena Hawkins. Third Rmr: Karen Hernan-
dez. Cathy Todora, Betsy McGuffey. Sherry Cook. Ginger Bird. Kelli Copland. Rhonda Boyett. JoAnn Benson. Lisa Hughes. Chiarina
Avery. Velma Jacobs. Janice Delo. Terri Bradshaw. Jennifer Parks. D'Ann Nichols. Julia Batchelor. Tanoa Watts.
Sophomores with a desire to sing are eligible for
membership in the treble choir. This organization
provided much entertainment for various school
functions and assemblies. In addition. they repre-
sented Samuell well in various Choir Contests.
Thespicins Show Drcimcific Skills
The International Thespian Society is a drama club
which performs many services for Samuell.
In December. they presented the all-school play.
"The Time of Your Life." They represented Samuell
in the U.I.L. One-Act Play Contest, where Darryl
Jordan was named to the All-Star Cast.
Sponsor for the club was Mr. Tom Carroll. Sally
Sanderson served as President. The Outstanding
Thespian for 1978 was Kim McDonald. Steve Cain
was named Outstanding Dramatic Thespian. Brian
McKinnie was honored as Outstanding Actor.
Belinda Boyd - Vice-President
Lisa Spozio - Secretary
Sally Sanderson - President
Joan McCormack - Treasurer
Brian McKinnie - Publicity
Mr. Tommy Carroll - Sponsor
Row 1: Phillip Smith. Sharon Spurr. Darryl Jordon, Steve Cain, Row 1: Mike Causey, Kelly Morgan. Row 2: Steve Pullen. Shawn
Robert Carrol. Debbie Baxley. Row 2: Sandra Vinckler. Terri Shreves, Laura Furr. Bennie Stone, Phyllis Read. Row 3: Traci
Bradshaw. Sheryl Meche, Peggy Swindle. Brenda Jones. Pam Gil- Harper, Darla Lehew. Lori Jefferson. Cindy Woolverton. Kim
liam. Jennifer Parks. Lynette Anderton. Jolene Boyett. McDonald. Carol Woolbright. Chana Spainhouer. Judy Daniels.
Putting together a high school yearbook is not an
easy job. The staff of the 1978 TORCH worked hard
to present an accurate portrait of W. W. Samuell
A special "thank-you" goes to Mr. Fredd Spain-
houer and to Mr. Dan Sellers for photographs.
Thank you to Mr. Tommy Carroll and to Mr. Bill
Degan for drawing the cover design.
And a special acknowledgement to all of the non-
staff members who worked on this book.
Chana Spainhouer Ms. Marion Ward
Randy McClendon Charlotte Karlen
Lay-Out Design Copy Writer
Bulmm Row: Ms. Ward. Jan Bailey. Klay Rogers. Ind Raw:
Kim McDonald. Vicki Wells. Charlotte Karlen. Xnl Row:
Celesle Kubecek. Linda Fleetwood. Debbie Walclroup. 41h
Rmv: Beverly Jenkins. Randy Mcflcndon. Brenda Gober,
Brenda Gober Beverly Jenkins
Manager Caption Writer
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The Spartan Band stayed rDrum s
very busy in 1978. They spent
the two weeks prior to the
opening of school practicing y r i
their routines for football sea-
One highlight of their half- o s
time performance was their
In addition to their weekly r
performances, the band repre-
sented Sarnuell at the SMU-
Rice pre-game show and the
Cotton Bowl Parade of Champions.
The concert band and the stage band entered a contest at Sandy
Lake Park. The concert band won an Outstanding Band Trophy while
the Stage Band won a Second Division Trophy as well as an Outstand-
ing Band trophy.
ln March, the band represented Samuell at the Cherry Blossom Fes-
tival in Washington, D.C.
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Mr.iButch Arnold. director, closed his teaching career at Samuell with a final performance Mr. Billwartes .
on Senior Day. '
Row 1: Jinx Pitts, Teresa Jordon. Shana Spainhouer. Row 2: Gregg Pattillo, Belinda Gudino, Melanie Walker, Roxanne Young. Shiela Miles
Susan Ballew. Row 3: Laurie Johnson. Linda Gudino. Teresa Wentz. Beth Rakestraw. Sandra McLeroy. Gary Satterwhite. Rhonda Morris
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Greg Foster Mike Harris
Row 1: Kim McDonald. Shawn Shreves. Row 2: Randy Dodd, Kieth Emberlin, Gregg Foster, Brian McKinney, John Hoffman.
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Randy McClendon. Jimmy Mullard. Row 2: Daniel Lewis. Chris Canada. Chris Nealy.
Row 1: Lettia Lynch. Gayle Dupree, Mike Harris
Steve Chapman, Micheal Wallace. Chris Cole.
Chuck Hesson. John Rodriguez. Lori Jefferson, Joe Sullivan, Diane Franklin. Kevin
Sandy McLeroy Y fFlutej Chana Spainhouer -1Flutel
Teresa Wentz - QClarinetj
Blue .lockers Boost Spirit
Kneeling: Amber LaMont. Rene Shirley. Laurie Markham, Kristie
Smith. Slanding: Eylse Albright. Jamie Pearson. Brenda Chilcoat,
Carla Yandell. Jerry Hargrove.
Decorating halls . . . baking cakes . . . showing
spirit. . .77-78 Blue Jackets.
One of the largest and most spirited of all organiza-
tions, the Blue Jackets were totally dedicated to the
Spirit of the Spartans. They braved rain, heat, and the
dark of early morning meetings to provide a unique
card show at football games. Basketball season found
the BJ's still loyally supporting the team.
Under the direction of sponsor Ms. Elyse Albright
and President Rene Shirley, the 77-78 Blue Jackets
enjoyed a successful year,
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The B.J.'s were out at every football game to cheer the Big Blue
Machine on to victory. Even when a victory was impossible. they
stayed until the end.
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Art Director Treasurer
Going Bananas." the Blue Jackets cheer on a Spartan victory.
Carla Yandell Jamie Pearson
lzxecutive Board Exectitive Board
The Blue Jackets performed a card show at each football game.
Amber LaMont Brenda Chilcoat
Reporter Executive Board
BJ officers aide the cheerleaders in leading 3
Amber LaMont. Brenda Chilcoal. and Carla Yandell lead the B.J. yells.
Terry Edwards Kneeling: Gail Griffis and Janet Maddox. Standing: Tammy
Senior three-year member Smith. Kayla Milam. Debbie Moore.
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Kneeling: Charlene Hill. Debbie Busch. Rebecca Wilkinson. Kim Green. Maria Lopez, Smndfng: Louwella Bellah. Robin Sanford
Williams. Lisa Hunsaker. Judith Wilson, Connie Harris.
Junior members are Kneeling: Terry Jones, Beverly Williams. Kim Green. Charlene Hill, Maria Lopez. Standing: Sherri Moore. Rene Garrett.
Louwella Bellah, Connie Harris. Judith Wilson.
Sophomores are Sitting: Regina Warren. Alisa Jonston. Francis Hernandez, Diane Wooten, Ginger Bird. Kneeling: Janet Maddox, Debbie
Starrett. Gail Griffis. Joy Farr. Lisa Boshears. Standing: Tammy Smith, Debbie Moor. Brenda Johnson, Kayla Milam, Sue Fisher.
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Freshman members are Sitting: Gwen Friday, Becky Guinn, Tami McGowan. Debbie McGuire, Karen Hemandez, Tina Grimmett, Sandra
Hall. Becky Moreland, Cindy Jaggers. Tana Hopkins. Patty Morris. Kneeling: Holly Maxey, Tammy Page, Teri Smith. Diane Trent. Diana
Smith, Penny Bird. Patty Autrey, Linda Jones. Tonte Linz. Teresa Ewers, Beth Gilliam, Paula Bledsoe. Standing: Clistie Flowers. Loretta
Stevenson. Tina Morgan. Robin Brantley. Tonya Wooton. Lisa Barger. Darla Goss. Twyla Key. Tamie Wade, Sherry Sontany. Sheila Cham-
bers, Lisa Hooker, Tammy Grice. Rene Delk. Lori Akin.
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Freshman Choir: BUIIONI Row: Yvonne McGahey. Connie Couch. Karen Whitlock. Karen Hernandez. Tammy Page, Regg Patillo. Byron
Stewart. Gordon Sanders. Tina Grimmett. Connie Baylor. Beverly Dollgener. Becky Martinez. Shelley Kay Kendall. 2nd Row: Mr. Jeff Mor-
row. Director. Kathy Bailey. Robin Brantley. Cathy Kinman. Kerry Bridges. Tawnya Wooten. .lohn Vidales. Thomas Westbrook. Jeff Scott.
Ginger Rayburn. Roxanne Young. Lisa Mewter. Bebe Ybarra. Lisa Barger, 3rd Row: Prissy King. Michelle Mills. Cheryl Ramsey. Shannon
High, with a multitude of talent to shower on the l
Under the direction of Mr. Jeff Morrow. these tal-
ented Baby Blues gave such productions as Freshman
Follies and the Christmas Assembly. They sponsored
the Spring Fine Arts Festival and an Easter Assem-
They also represented Samuell well in solo and
This group comes to Samuell, fresh from Junior
Accompanists for the Freshman choir are: Bebe Ybarra. Kim
McDonald. Lisa Barger, Alaina McCoy, and Patti Morris.
Ware, Kim McDonald. Tim Pugh. Steve Sapundjieff. Johnny Thomas. Teri Smith. Diane Trent. Penny Bird. Patti Morris. Laura Adye. Sheri
Goodman. 4111 Raw: Darla Flowers. Alaina McCoy. Paula Bledsoe. Rene Delk. Donna Clayton. Jone Sweek. John Shumaker. Mac Jones. Joe
Newton. Zena Ruzicka. Tana Hopkins. Tammy Grice. Rene Russell. Randa Hawkins. Pam Slayden. 51h Row: Kevin Sumrow. Wayne Gib-
son. Danny Penland. Joe Wallington.
Freshman Choir officers are' John Shumaker Beverly Dollgener Penny Bird Pam Sla d n St
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Radnay fpresq. Cathy Kinman. Darla Flowers. Lisa Barger, Patti Morris, Joe Watlington.
Under the direction of sponsor, Ms. Marion Ward
and Editor-in-chief Carey Fred Tucker. twenty-
three members of the Scniinvl staff successfully pub-
lished nine issues. This year. their final edition was it
F Carey Fred Tucker Editor-in-Chief
Teresa Cross - Tammy Smith - Feature Editors
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special twelve-page Senior edition.
The staff entered its newspaper in the lnterscholas-
tic League Press Conference where they won ar
Award of Achievement in Journalism. second place.
Ms. Marion Ward - Sponsor
News Staff: Row 1: Tammy Smith. Debbie Pierce. Sally
son. Jackie Brown. Row 2: Dan Marder. Carey Tucker. Steve
len, Terry Gunn. Rim' 3: Gregg Vines.
Jenkins - Entertainment Editor
Linda Fleetwood - Entertainment Editor Knollis Rose - Editorial Editor
Susan Shelton - Russell Martin - Art Editors
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Vela. Gregg Vines. Carl Tillery. SPORTS STAFF Sports Editor
Student Council Active to Improve Somuell
The Student Council saw one of its most active
years during 1977-78. Under the direction of sponsor.
Ms. Edwins Wallace and President David Baker, the
Council started new traditions. as well as keeping
alive many old ones.
They started the year hy sponsoring the second
annual Howdy Dance. Later. they sponsored the
In an effort to improve the trash situation in the
lunchroom. they started collecting a ten cent deposit
on trays. a program which worked out very well.
For a short time. the Student Council held the
Mystery Person Contest.
Again this year. the Council took on the monstrous
job of sponsoring the Student Elections. as well as
organizing Field Day.
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Student Body President David Baker
Phyllis Read 13rd quarterj secretary. Traci Harper Treasurer
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Jana Chambers. David Baker. Marsha Price. Patti Morris. Stacy Brooks, Laura Furr. Kim Koncak, Judy Danials. Peggy Swindle. Melody
Shaw. Steve Wade. Darrel Tyler. Traci Harper. Karen Peel, Mary Johnson. Cathy Crannel. Beverly Jenkins. Kim Allen, Joni Mewbourn.
Kneeling: Luis Martinez. David Baker. Vincent Vela
Allen. Traci Harper. Joni Mewhourn.
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FHA Attends State Meeting
The Future Homemakers of America are spon-
sored by Ms. Sheila Evans. Ms. Joyce Armstrong,
Ms. Linda Perez, and Ms. Jan Bowman. The club is
open to anyone enrolled in homemaking courses.
In addition to attending city and state meetings,
members of FHA sold suckers to benefit the Heart
In May, the Senior members were given a break-
Beverly Jenkins Mary Johnson, Kristie Smith - Officers.
Row 1: Debbie Cox, Ginger Carder. Connie Harris, Tamie Wade, Tammy Clark, Mary Johnson, Craig Alexander, Leslyn Wells, Cathw
Miller. Row 2: Ms. Evans. Ms. Armstrong, Donna Jackson, Kathy West, Kay Powell, Jesse Hux, Willie Sirls, Felicia Ridge, Sherry Dozieij
Marcella Traphagen, Alisa Johnson. Ms. Perez. Row 3: Brenda Chilcoat. Paula Hobbs, Karen Peel, Beverly Jenkins. L. D. Covington, Donna
Grahm. Teena Fountain. Kristie Smith, Ms. Bowman,
The Handbell Choirs are a relatively new organization. They are under the capable direction of Ms. Ellen Van-
derslice. She arranges all of their music and teaches the students by a method which she invented herself.
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Row 1: Julia Orbom, Pam Cox fhearingj, Elsa Bazan, Alicia Arenas, Randy Dickerson. Row 2: Pam Rene-
ger fhearingj, Joyce Maddox fhearingj, Kelly Crouch, Zant Kellam, Ms. Ellen Vanderslice, Matthew
White, Ty Moses fhearingl, Annett Jones.
Row 1: David Smith, Melissa Marley, Sharon Carder, Jinnifer Martin, Brian Tate. Row 2: Kenneth
Irouch, Richard Barton, Patrick Pearson, David Hanes, Ms. Vanderslice. Row 3: Steven Pogue, Chyrl
3usby fdeafj, Damon Howard, Douglas Howard. Malcom Wynn, Rose West fdeafj.
The Deaf Choir
performed during a
PTA meeting and at
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formed at First Bap-
tist Church of Pleas-
ant Grove, Trinity
Lutheran Church, and
The purpose of the Latin Club is to learn more about the cultures surrounding the so-called "dead" language.
Ms. Gail Hamilton, sponsor, conducted meetings during sixth period. The Latin Club participated in thi
D.I.S.D. Foreign Language Olympics held at W. T. White. The club took an active part in Field Day by sponsorl
ing an obstacle course.
Highlighting the year for the Latin Club was their banquet at Pietros Restaurant.
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Row I: Cathy Busby. Stacy Brooks. Melanie Walker, Lisa Wallace. Gail Dupree, Judy Henry, Elizabeth Cobb, Ms. Gail Hamilton. Rowg
Mr. Jim Fisher. Evelyn Cobb. Kelly Wray, Sheila Rowden, Teresa Warden, Mona Reinhart. Debbie Odom, Marilyn Miller, Patty Und
brink, Terry Edwards. Row 3: Steven Wanderscheid, Don Stewart. Dwayne Thompson, Charles.
Woods ond Wofers Club
Members enjoyed a quick lunch before canoeing.
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Canoeing the Guadalupe was an experi-
ence for all.
One of the most popular clubs
at Samuell is the Woods and
Waters Club, sponsored by Mr.
Ed Hervey. Officers were Presi-
dent Tom Cherry, Vice-President
David Norris. and Treasurer
Members made many memora-
ble trips to such places as Lake
Texhoma. Winnsboro, and the
The club entered a fishing tour-
nament where they won four IFO-
Club members learned how to fish.
Ice Skaters Take 0ver Palace
Row 1: Danny Bryant. Holly Hogue. Jan Bailey. Randy Gray, Chris Millsap. Gary Moore. Mark Haston, Row 2: Teresa McClendon. Cheryl
Baker. Ben Ramirez. Cray Briggs. Jo Anne Benson. Kelly Morgan. Mike Bambico. Carrie Tipton. Valerie Bingham. Alex Childers. Slandings
Jeff Wackett. Susan Sapundjieff, Mike Collins, Teresa Davis. Susan Hancock. James Toupal. Lisa Carruth. Kurt Fryer. Gregg Vines. DiAnn
Nichols. Jeane Harrison. Cathy West. Al Phillips. Vicki Wells. Kyle Hansard. Paula Miller, Rene Russell. Paula Hagan. Kelsie Barr. Tony
Key. Dennis Bishop. Jessie Stout. Jana Chambers. Dan Hapt. Ruthie Burnino. Pam Peters. Mike Childress. David Weber. Terry Gunn.
Though one of the newest clubs at
Samuell. the Ice Skating Club is easily
one of the most popular.
Under the leadership of their spon-
sor. Ms. Maggie Jones, and president,
Gregg Vines, members spent many
Thursday nights skating at the Ice Pal-
ace in Richardson.
Sponsor: Ms. Maggie Jones
D.S. Section Gives Support
l'EmmanuaI Trevino, Neall Raney. Darrell Bradford. Millie Giardina, Valerie Bingham. Row 2: Orlando Vasquez. Cheryl Busby
Moreno. Terry Tutt, Mary Anne Hawkins, James Moore, Julia Orsborn.
The Deaf Spartan Section, one of the
newest organizations at Samuell.
proved to be one of the most enthusias-
tic of all.
Members purchased T-shirts and
"personalized" them with the words
"D.S. Section" and the members' grad-
At each football game. the D.S. Sec-
tion gave their loyal support of the Blue
Machine with the help of the Deaf
Sponsor for the organization was
Ms. Vicki Zehrfeld.
Vickie Zehrfeld: Sponsor
Le Cercle Francois
Row 1: Bryan Sandlin, Charolet Robinson, Debbie Vaughn, Lou Ann Champion, Denise Hamilton, Jeanifer Parks, Tammy Gray, DeAnn
Currin, J ina Jurlk, Terri Bradshaw, Marsha Houston, Sherry Presley. Row 2: Julie Dennie, Cyndi Everett, Linda Anderton, Edith Cox, Debra
Wilcher, Rhonda McMahan, Judy Daniels, Melissa Crook, Traci Harper.
Learning the cultures of the French is one of the aims of the French Club.
The club is sponsored by Ms. Juanita Reed and Cyndi Everett served as
French Club President.
Some of their activities included attending the French Fortnight at Neiman
Marcus and fixing food baskets for the needy. They also sponsored the dunking
booth on Field Day. The Club ended its year with a banquet at The Magic Pan.
Spanish Club "Los Conquistcidoresu
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Raw I: Christi Smith. Becky Zajdl, Sharon Carter. Ginger Carter. Row 2: Ms. Groggs. Cray Briggs, Russell Brown. Cathy Ford. D'Ann
The Spanish Club was led by President Kathy
Ford, Vice-President Russell Brown and sponsor
Mrs. Excell Groggs.
The Club was involved in many activities. At
Christmas, they adopted a family from the Welfare
Department and collected clothes. toys and food. All
the Spanish classes contributed toward buying the
family a Christmas tree.
At Easter, they again collected clothes for the fam-
This year, they participated in the First Annual
Foreign Language Olympics held at W. T. White,
where Francis Hernandez won first place for her art-
The year closed with the Spanish Club Banquet at
El Fenix Restaurant.
The club. along with the Spanish classes, aided a needy family at
JROTC Study Military Life
Students in the Reserve Officers
Training Corps form one of the largest
organizations at Samuell.
Learning military skills. respect for
authority. and service to the school are
important by-products of this organiza-
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Color Guard: Kneeling: Laurie Roberts. Brian Collins. Robbye Mohn. Anna Foster. Viola Smith. Standing: Psyche Herod. Dale Phillips
Sherri Tatum. Freddie Sherrow. Sam Foster. Craig Alexander. Roy Johnson. Pat Chisolm. Kyla Herod.
Various groups of cadets represented Samuell in
many events. The Color Guard performed at football
games. special assemblies and P.T.A. meetings. This """"""'
year they were invited to perform at the Texas State
Teachers Association Convention.
.Iohn Smith and the Orienteering Team won first
place in competition. The Rifle Team represented
Samuell in many events also.
Officers: Kneeling: Brian Collins. Sam Foster. Craig Alexander.
Smnding: Anna Foster. Robbye Mohn. Kyla Herod.
A Company: Kneeling: Mark Jacobs. Felista Del Castillo. Sharon Cantwell. Frances Hernandez. Beatrice Jefferson. Betsy Bedwell. James
Henton. Row Z: Craig Johnson, Vickie Gross. Palmira Torres. Shiela Dewberry. Sherri Tatum. Brenda Hollis. Vita Williams. Nancy New-
house. Row 3: Samuel Davalos. Rodney Patterson, Larry Langley. Carl Feldhaus. Danny Dodson, Thomas Falgout. Ronald Hudson. Wil-
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B Company: Kneeling: Tony Botello. Row 2: Jessy Stringer. Mary Jackson. Anita Toliver. Sheretta Curl. Laurie Roberts. Forrest Davis. Row
3: Robert Hicks. Nicholas Tillman. Sterling Blackmon. Joe Ellis. Brian Collins.
Herod, Marvin Chambers. Francine
McGuire. Jacquelin Clayborn.
Row 3: Freddie Sherrow. Law-
On March 18. the cadets attended the Cherry Blos-
som Festival in Washington. D.C.
The cadets were led by Lt. Colonel Louis Witt-
kower. S.F.C. Leroy Heckman. and Battalion Com-
mander Robbye Mohn.
In addition to being Samuell's first female Battal-
ion Commander. Robbye was selected "Miss
JROTC" by North Texas State University.
E Company: Kneeling: Pat Chisolm, Sheila Carter. Robert Fowler. Row 2: Daniel Shaffer. Cynthia Bennett. Judy Carter. Rachael Bird.
osalyn Ford. Haskel Guthrie. Row 3: Danny Nall. Clifton Hatter, Randy Pride. Dale Phillips, Tim Thompson.
1' Company: Kneeling: Derrick Doves. Vickie Thomas, Lorene Cherry. Danny Gillespie. Janie Garcia. Reginald Bennett. Row 2: Roy John-
son. Felicia Ridge. Vola Smith. leline Smith. Sharon Wooten. Tina Jackson, Winnifred Johnson. Row 3: Steve Matysek. Chris Thompson.
Vlark Albert. Robert Smith. Willie Thomas. Willie Bryant.
Speech Club Busy With Contest
Cathy Causey. Sally Sanderson. Brian Mcliinnie. Randy Garren, Ms. Braden, Belinda Boyd, .loan McCormack.
The Speech Club is led by Ms. Peggy Braden and is primarily concerned with preparing fc
speech tournaments. They represented Samuell very well in a variety of categories includin
Poetry. Prose. and Duet'Acting.
Several times these contestants advanced to semi-finals, not a small accomplishment.
Sally Sanderson won a first place trophy. Brian McKinnie and Belinda Boyd attended tl
annual University lnterscholastic League tournament where Brian placed fourth in the pros
division while Belinda won third place in the poetry divisior.
Orchestra Studies Classical Music
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Tina Sluder and Rhonda Trammel. Steve Gilbreath and Benny Roberts. Terry Edwards and Kevin Douthit.
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Mrs. Schertz. Rhonda Trammel. Tina Sluder. Steve Gilbreath.
Isl Row: Steve Gilberth. Rhonda Trammel. Terry Edwards. Znd Row:
Benny Roberts. Mr, Schertz. Tina Sluder. Keven Douthit.
Foreground: Terry Edwards. 2nd Row: Thonda Trammel. Steve Gil-
breath, Benny Roberts. 3rd Row: Tina Sluder.
Every afternoon at fifth period. the orchestra
could be found practicing in the Band Hall.
Mr. John Schertz directed the six-member
Notioncil Honor Society
Mr. Don Bohart Mrs. Peggy Pullen MPS. Juanita Reed
Chairman Sponsor Sponsor
The W. W. Samuell Chapter of the National Honor Society is composed ofjuniors and
seniors. Membership is based on student's grade point average, service, character. and
The club is sponsored by Mr. Don Bohart, Mrs. Peggy Pullen, and Mrs. Juanita Reed.
Early in the year the Honor Society distributed cards and spent many hours alphabetiz-
ing names for the student directory.
In early spring, rating sheets were distributed to teachers, who marked their choices for
On Thursday, May 4, the two-year members inducted fifty-four new members to the
National Honor Society.
Vicki Weil, N01 Picluredx
Jeanne While Celeste KLll'3Z1C6li
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L5 nn Tate
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Judith Wilson Liz Lawless
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The Principal's Advisory Committee CPACJ is a
very beneficial organization. Relating student prob-
lems to the principal and helping students to solve n
problems were the important contributions made by A t
Isl Raw: Janie Garcia, Debbie Guerra. Mike Tovar. 2nd Row:
Peggy Swindle, Brenda Jones, Mr. R. C. Stokes. Linda Jones.
Row 1: Kay Powell, Kathy Helms. Rene Shirley, Amber LeMont. Doug Wilson. Pam Renegar. Row 2: Mr, Day. Sandra
Sneed. Kim Thompson. Stephanie Williams. Row 3: Ken Jones. Yvette Yunez. Tammy Ingram. Terry Hillgartner.
Sherry Hall. Darlene Grimes. Suzanne Burke. Dana Henderson. Susan Holmes. Ms, Blessie. Row 4: Tim Blystone. Tony
Digel. Tim Allen. Jon McDonald. Ty Moses. Tim Burkett, Jo Anne Dunagan,
The purpose of the Distributive Education Clubs of America is to give students work experience.
Underclassmen work in the D.E. store in the lunchroom. Seniors have the opportunity to go to school for half a
day and to work for half a day.
Industrials Arr Club
The Industrial Arts Club
was sponsored by Mr. Lyndon
Foster, Mr. Steve Adock, Mr.
Don Claymon, and Ms. Dana
One of the Club's main pro-
jects was the making and sell-
ing of plastic identification
Ms. Magee, John Brasher, Richard Martinez, Robert Waldroup, Luis Martinez, Tammy Wade.
Mr. Don Bohart sponsored the Bowling Club, which bowled at Buckner Bowl on Wednesdays.
Three members made up each team, and teams challenged each other.
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Row 3: L. D. Covington, Debbie Waldroup, Karen Ashton, Susan Hancock, Lisa Wallace, Kelly Morgan, Paula Hagan, Kelli Copland, Deb-
bie Odom. Row 2: Robert Waldroup, Ricky, Danny Dodson, Glen Roach, Raymond Smith. Row 1: Liz Lawless, Mr. Don Bohart, Toni Cle-
VICA cmd CVAE
Vocational Industrial Clubs of America is a work gives its members the opportunity to attend schoo
program forjuniors and Seniors. for half a day and to work for a half a day.
The organization, sponsored by Mr. Melvin Weiz,
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Charles Attaway, Darrell Babbit, Jack Barnes, Alan Brookshire, James Cockerham, Jay Coker, Robert Duke, Carl Feldhaus. Gerald Hai
grove. Jesse Hux. Cheryl Jackson, James Jackson, Bo Jurik, Penny McBride, David McGahey, Anthony Neel, Richard Nobra, Randall Ol:
ver. Thomas Palmer, Larry Schlebach. Shon Stovall. Randy Stratton, Dennis Tramel, Russel Turnipseed.
Vocational Opportunity Clubs. CVAE, of Texas is Its members divide their time between working hal
a work program sponsored by Mr. Charles McRae. a day and studying half a day.
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Wood. William Burns, Raymond Prater. Larry Jacks. Marty Callaway, Chuck Hall. Victor Adams, Mr. McRae. Tana Foote. Jimmy Dum
Stephanie Mitchell. Lisa Lewis. Pat Peterson. Robert Lacy, Marilyn Mageors.
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The Office Education Associa-
tion is an office management
class for the deaf, which meets for
two hours a day.
Club sponsor was Ms. Harlene
Cawyer and Valerie Bingham
served as president.
The Home Economics Related Occupations Club is a co-
operative education program sponsored by Mrs. Eva Grif-
Students enrolled in HERO have the opportunity to
attend school for half a day and spend the other half-day
working in a variety of fields.
OEAIc1nd OEA II
OEA l: Row 1: Rebecca Wilkerson. JaDona McClendon. Rhonda Shelton. Cyndi Wick-
ham. Tina Sluder. Judy Delo. Row Z: Karen Ashton. Chana Spainhouer. Darla Simons.
Tonya Johnson. Karen Marks, Judy Henry. Rhonda McMahan, Edie Cox. Raw 3: Donna
Purser. Kay Steele. Ann Gilliam. Jeanne White. Denise Derryberry. Connie Grice. Debbie
Wilcher. Cindy Molina. Ms. Hawkins. Debbie Lewis.
OEA 2: Cathy Diffee. Cindy Vick. Leah Parker. Mary Gilliam. Cindy Mixon, Mike Tuley.
Linda Fields. Sherri Harrison. Lois Wheeler. Pam Bullion. Row 2: Cyndee Watkins. Kim
Harris. Jana Graves. Peggy Flournoy. Paula Stewart, Janie Garcia. Karen Davenport.
Dedra Jones. Sharon Taylor. Phyllis Thomas. Julie Edwards. Row 3: Ms. Aicklen. Carla
Royall. Sherry Stegall. Leigh Lewis. Mary Moore. Tami French. Kathy Hodges. Teresa
The Office Education 4
serves a very useful purpo
During their first year in C
students learn to work with
ous types of office machini
well as learning basic office
such as typing and shorthand
The second-year student:
given the opportunity to wo
an office for half a day.
Sponsor for the first-year
dents is Ms. Betty Hawkins.
Jolene Aiklen sponsors the
Allied Youth Sign Lon
Donna Jackson. Sherman Tyler. Row 2: Ms. McCollum. Lisa McCuiston. Debbie
!Mary Johnson. Robert Glosson. Ms. Evans.
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service organization sponsored
by Ms. Mary Kay McCollum and
Ms. Sheila Evans.
The club travels to area middle
schools telling students about
such problems as drugs and alco-
The Sign Language Club learns
to communicate with the Deaf
Education students. Sponsor of
the club is Mr. Jim Fisher.
Sherry Ferguson. Twyla Key. Kathi Ferguson. Raw 2: Mitch Greenway. Susie Hig-
arcie Traphagen. Mr. Jim Fisher.
Puiming is ax must in the url department. There are various kinds of puinlx lu use: temperzi. wailer C0l0l',2lI1d oil.
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c marching hand was divided into the concert ll
nd second period band.
To be a member of Concert Choir. a student has to tryout by singing it solo for Mr. Crook. The Concert Choir
performs for various assemblies and churches throughout the year.
The Art Department teaches how to make different kinds ofpottery using a pottery wheel. After the clay has
been shaped and then put in the kiln to dry tlul. it can be painted in various ways.
Sludenls ln nr! clauwcx mnldcd clay into different uhpcclsw After the clay dr1ed.rtwa1s glaucd with diffcrcnl colors
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Ms. Carla Fahey is head of the Rec-
reative Arts department which offers
courses in Physical Education. Boys
rand Girls Athletics. and Outdoor Eduf
ln the Physical Education department. students learn various,
Girls in the archery phase of physical education practice stringing the how.
gurls altke learned how to spun "Boy, you should have seen the one that got uvmy Y!"
Starlet officers represented the entire drill teum in such productions as
RAZZ MA TAZZz1nd the Band Show.
The Woods und Waters Club enjoyed rnzmy axctnitics. tntluding rowtng on urcu
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I he Deal Cheerleaders perform in assenthlics and during football games.
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lhe Xlarqucc keeps the community informed about CXCIIIS happening .tt
The Cooperative Education
Department gives students the
opportunity to attend classes for
half a day and work for half a day
at a job the school helps them to
find. Mr. Melvin Weiz heads this
The Deaf Education Depart-
ment is headed by Mr. Charles
Osler. Through this department.
deaf students may participate in
regular academic classes. elective
classes. and extra-curricular
activities with the help of instruc-
tors and interpreters.
arts. and home-
wurses included in
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ull typing students.
iumucll offers different kinds of shops. A few of these include plzislics.
uetul. drafting. and wood shop.
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lspxng is qi skill used in N1lflULl5l'lClLlNLil'lLl curccrs. At Sumucll it is Most all of the manual typcwriters were replaced this year with the
vffcrcd to both buys und girls lo give the szunc opportunities. more modern electric IXPCWTIICTS.
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plays. on gods
Ms. Adams' English class talks abuul the Shakcspearian play s.
The Turch :md Sentinel are nun-credited etvursex in juurnaxliwtn. Ilere,
fhnnu Spzunhouer works on the yearbook.
The Spanish Club cnlleeted can guards and other neeeyittex for needy
fannnlies in the community :tt fhrldrttau. -
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-'ive urul rcpnrlx. Here. Steve Guxhcric gives an rcpurl
Iww to incrcuc
In the study of mythology students some-
tumcs dress Ill the role of their character to
set the mood for thelr reports, A Roman
goddess ns portrayed by Evelyn Cobb,
All students participate in at number of
various ways in English. Students write.
read. and improve their vocabulary skills.
nals. give reports
for students to
In Mrs. cNfilVN'f0fdtS SOI-U3 linglnsh clun.grul1p xludy ls nflcn done to unuly ze
novels. drumau. and xhnrl xluncs. Khanna Spuinhnucr amd hcr clgxsmwtcs are
xhmsn lllllllfllllg thc conflicts of the xlrzmm "Anyignnc."
Much reading is done lll the linglish clusscx. Spcclul cuurscx am: conducted
for rcudmg In Icurn hmx In unprmc xklllx and read ul u faster rule.
A math studkznl takes Ll test
Mr. Wayne Robnett heads the
Social Studies Department. which
offers courses in history. Civics.
sociology. psychology. and g
advanced social science prob- '
Seniors talked to students about psychology and sociology during
the Course Fair.
" classes Mrs, Wallace delivers a lecture to her civ-
field trips courthouses. They also ics class.
their own court.
Barbara and about sociolog. ln Mrs. classes. the themselves
off and made a
The Special Education Department
is headed by Ms. Dolores Shavers.
They offer courses needed by the edu-
cable mentally retarded. the trainable
mentally retarded and the emotionally
These students are mainstreamed
into regular classes. The department
also offers a work program that is
instructed by Mr. Julius Vassalo.
Beginning with the class of I979. all students were to have health as a
Identifying parts of the body and knowing their functions was Dissecting animals. such as crayfish. worms. and frogs. was a learning
one ofthe many assignments in health classes.
experience for many biology students.
lcxthuolu und rulers are not the only "tools-of-Ihwtrade" for the Sumucll NllldCl1l. Here Kenny lnllcr display
wmv uf the prujecls prepared by the lllkllhlfllll Arlx Dcpnrtnmcm.
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cuukxng, xcvung. and child cure. ll!1LlPlQlNlICN.
Quai' I: Way ne McCall. Mike Woodfin, Carl Tillery, Todd Watson. Carey Tucker. Kyle Money. Ray Del Sloan. Phillip Ernst. David Norris.
Darrell Pattillo. Andre Williams. Raw 2: Coach R. W. Thompson. Larry Boruk. Troy Miller. Jimmy Macaluso. Trey Evans. Greg Money.
Vlike Malone. Jamie Cram. David Chandler. David Roberson. Javier Ramiriz. Dean Baker. Coach Arvel Smith. Rim- jf Coach Chauncy
Qing. Coach Charlie Cox. James Bellah. Roy Phillips. Tom Cherry. Kyle Hansard. Bruce Reed. Mark Paschall. Tim Frosch. Darryl Hughes.
viike Ham. Darrell Tyler. Mark Boyd. Head Coach Billy Russell. Raw 4: Randy Sandlin. Craig Brunson. Glen Scoggins. Scott Pasehall. John
Nilliams. Kenny Loller. Mike Trent. Billy Penn. Mark Phillips. Rudy Gomez. Tony Hitt.
Mesquite 13 - 0
South Garland 21 -- 35
Hillcrest 27 - 0
Thomas Jefferson I3 - 12
Woodrow Wilson 7 - 13
W. T. White 8 - l6
Lincoln I9 - 6
Bryan Adams 6 f I4
Skyline 23 -H 0
Spruce I8 - 13
Mesquite Memorial Sta-
Samuell wrapped up a 13-0 vie-
tory over Mesquite, Offensively.
the Spartans totaled 186 yards on
the ground and chalked up 3l
yards passing. Defensively, the
Skeeters were held to l52 yards
rushing and 29 yards passing.
What turned out to be an excit-
ing first half at Garland Memo-
rial Stadium ended in sorrow as
the South Garland Colonels stole
the party away from the dejeeted
The Spartan gridders just
couldn't find anymore goal-line
while South Garland landed TD
drives of 54 and 69 yards to put
the finishing touches on the Big
Blue Machine - 35-21.
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Turnovers, turnovers, . . . and
more turnovers. That was the
content of the game played on
September 16 at Forester Field as
the Big Blue Machine steamrolled
"Anytime you beat a team 27-0
you've played one heck of a
game? commented Coach Rus-
sell. The Spartan offense did just
that, scoring four TD,s and the
Big Blue defense kept Hillcresfs
side of the scoreboard pitch dark.
After being picked to lose by
seven points, the under-rated
Spartans ruined the mid-week
prediction by skimming over
Thomas Jefferson 13-12, on Sep-
It was one of those down-to-
the-wire finishes as TJ made its
way to the 28 yard line. The
Patriot kicking team was called
out again. With 0:05 left in the
contest, the ball fluttered all of 10
It was now Samuell's night to
party as the underdog Spartans
upset the dejected Patriots.
September 29 was the night of
the WW game. Statistically the
Spartan Gridders marched all
over the Wildcats, but when it
came down to points, the Big
Blue Machine gave way to Wood-
row by a margin of 13-7.
In the fourth quarter, Wood-
row took advantage of an inter-
ception grabbed on their own 47.
The Big Blue defense contained
the drive well, but not enough to
stop their next field goal of 45
The Spartan offense came back
trying drastically to score, but it
was too late with Woodrow out-
lasting the Big Blue with an
On a rain-slicken October 7
night, the Big Blue Machine was
all washed up after suffering an
irggortant loss to W. T. White,
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As the clock ticked the last few
minutes, Money led the Big Blue
on its only scoring drive. Money
found Chandler from six yards
out for the solo TD. Money again
hit Chandler in the endzone for
the two point conversion, leaving
the Big Blue a 2-2 record in Dis-
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Thanks to an outstanding
defensive performance. the Spar-
tans stole the show from Lincoln
19-6 on October 14, at the Pleas-
ant Grove Pit.
The Spartan defenders closed
Lincolnfs rushing attack to a neg-
ative 58 yards. The secondary
stayed alert as they shut down the
passing game to 69 yards.
Offensively, the Big Blue
ground gainers traveled many
yards to shut out Lincoln and
give the Blues a hope for an 11-
With a hot rushing attack. the
Bryan Adams Cougars spoiled
the hopes of an October 27
Homecoming crowd by running
past the Spartans 14-6.
Samuell took an early lead on a
37 yard pass from Money to
Sloan with 3:50 left in the first
quarter. Trent's extra point was
blocked as the Spartans took a 6-
Following the kickoff, B.A.
drove 45 big ones for a TD. Later
in the game they again drove 75
yards for the final six pointer to
put the finishing touches on the
For the third year in a row the
Big Blue Machine rolled over
Skyline. This time the Samuell
gridders shut out Skyline's hopes
for a district championship. The
game, played on November 3,
Offensively. the Spartans
sparked with 217 yards on the
ground and 73 in the air. The
defense held Skyline to 121 yards
on the ground and 38 yards in the
When asked after the game on
Samuellfs performance. Skyline
split-end remarked. "We just took
Samuell for granted. Theyfre bet-
ter than their record shows. All I
can say is I feel sorry for Sprucef,
On November ll. the Blue
Machine handed the 0-9 Apaches
another loss as the Spartans
boosted their record to 6-4 for the
season with an 18-13 victory.
On the ground. the Spartans
dominated with 249 yards to the
Apaches 217. In the air, Spruce
managed to scrape up 57 yards.
Though Samuel only passed for
28 yards. it was in the endzone
that the yardage was totaled.
With the season ending in vic-
tory, the mighty Blue Machine
turned in their uniforms, some for
the last time and others with
hopes for a better season next
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ner team and Cheerleaders at each game,
Boltom Row: Darrel Wood, Brian Eastep, Jeff Hargrove,
Danny Franklin, Tony Williams. 3rd Row: Carl Fisher,
Tyler, Doug Hobbs, Wallace Corley, Allen Cheshier, Jeff
Allen Cross, Billy Record, Gary Moore, Jeff Wackett, Bud
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Stan Haggerty, Ronald Jenkin, Keith Hanks, Sterling Blackmon, Glenn Taylor,
Jimmie Willis, Tony Williams, Ricky R. Hill. Znd Row: James Caufel, J. J. Cross,
Dan Pool, Mike Tovar, Ronald Miller, Paul Scott, Nick Tillman, Jimmy Moffett,
Don Davis, Doug Hicks, Anthony Davis, Robert Glosson,
Wendell Wilson, Ken Kirk, Ralph Pittman, Vance Ballew,
Dale Lowrey, Victor Davis, Eddie Ward, Steve Franklin, Scotty Jones, Sherman
Karlen, James Donahue, Jayson Strange. Top Row: Phillip Sneed, Kelly Thompson.
Delk, Edwin Sorrells, Clifford Reed, Robert Smith, Dan Houpt.
This year,s J .V. Football team finished their
season with an impressive 8-5-0 record.
Fifty-three Spartans worked out all summer
Mesquite 8 - 27 - dedication which paid off as the future "Big
South Garland 0 - 21 Blues" posted victories over North Mesquite,
Hillcrest 20 - 14 Hillcrest, Thomas Jefferson, Bryan Adams,
Thomas Jefferson 34 - 13 Spruce, and arch rival Woodrow Wilson. Mes-
Woodrow Wilson 35 - l6 quite, South Garland, White, Lincoln and Sky-
W. T. White l6 - 35 line provided the setbacks.
Lincoln 6 - 20
Bryan Adams 12 - 8
Skyline 14 - 20
Spruce 28 - 7
Freshman "Baby Blue" Football
Borrom Row: David Kuykendall. Brett Paschall. John Vidales. Steve Radney. Elvis Long. Jeff Gill. Joe Newton. Orlando Vasquez. Craig
Johnson. Willie Gloria. Alvin Carter. Middle Row: Coach David Grounds. Jerry Sparling. Todd Martin. Kenneth Johnson. Jeff McQueen.
iTommy Strange. Ines Molina. Charlie Martinez. Lance Ballew, Steve Christian. Buck Wilson. Greg Cohen. Coach Gary Jaffa. Top Row.-
lMike Mize. Wallace Starrett. Wayne Gibson. Keith Gilliam. Kevin Sumrow. Edwin Perkins. John Shumaker. Randy Lewis. Joe Wallington.
land Bobby Lyles.
W. T. White
The Freshman Gridders suffered a disap-
pointing season in I977. The fierce Baby Blues
finished their season with a record of three
wins. six losses: there was one tie.
The Freshman outlook was hopeful as the
Baby Blues tied Carter to open their season and
then went on to defeat North Mesquite and
Hillcrest. But six losses punctuated by a victory
over Lincoln finished the season for the young
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Bonom Row: Kelly Duncan. Debbie Guerra. Kim Allen. Pam Bene. Top Row: Collie VanSyckle, Paula Hagen, Connie Pinkerton. Cathy
W. T. White
The varsity volleyball team finished their sea-
son with an even record of four wins and four
losses. Under the direction of Coach Judy Kar-
len, the Varsity won games against Hillcrest,
Lincoln, Woodrow Wilson, and Thomas Jeffer-
son. Setbacks came from Skyline, W. T. White,
Bryan Adams, and Spruce. .
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Cathy Busby Kelly Duncan Debbie Glleffa
Paula Hagen Tonya Johnson Connie Pinkerton
Lisa Pound was caught in action as she prepared to hit the ball hack to Carter.
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Jr. Vorsiry Volleyball
Bnrmm Row: Sherry Fite. Vickie Chism. Jane Gregory. Terri Smith. Penny Bird. 2nd Row: Laurie Johnson. Donna Grahm. Sharon Jenkins
Pam Slayden. Veronica Davis.
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W. T. White
Kneeling.-' Mario Vela. Darrell Patillo, Jeff Nelson. Craig Brunson, Paul Harris. Standing: Coach Scott, Kyle Money. David Coielfiene Stro-
man and Roger Vaughn. V , . V
Though the Big Blue cagers out-hustled and out-
ranl the Richardson Eaglesg the Spartans were unable
to come up with enough points to win their season
openerand were defeated 82-634 But as their first dis-
trict game came along, the cagers gave a good impres-
sion of what they could do as W, T. White skimmed
the Spartans 57-55. t e i y v
Foftheir first district win, the Spartans looked very
impressive as they foiled past Hillcrest 74-69. But the
seasonoutcome lookedediml as the Bryan Adams
Cougars handed the Big Blue their fourth district loss
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lot of ups and downs andiittle hope in winning the
city crown, In the district tournament, tWoodrow Wil-
son rolled past the Spartans withfa thin marginal
score of 63-61. s i . r l
In this final game, Kenneth Willis and Kyle Money
were 'the leading scorers for ltheeSpartans. with 21
pointsapiece. In the first quarter, the Spartans
l jumped outto a 13-11 1ead.tWoodrowrcame back and
hit .23'pointsin the second quarter iforjya 34-22yhalf-
time lead. Again in the thirdtqudrter fthe hlhf B ig -Blue
Machine grabbed back theirilead thethird quar-
terending 35-34. Willisfhit l-Zpointsltlny the final quar-
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J.V. Wins District Championship
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Paul Scott, Bonner Lovern. Stanley Haggerty, Coach M. Peterson, Greg Money, Clarence Bedford, and Mike Curtis.
103 W. T. White 41
61 Hillcrest 52
57 Lincoln 53
74 Woodrow 70
38 Skyline 52
64 Spruce 63
64 Jefferson 73
71 Lincoln 65
64 Jefferson 65
The J.V. cagers opened their season with a 56-45
win over Richardson. To open up the district season,
the J.V. roundballers proved their worth with a con-
vincing 104-4l victory over W. T. White, only a path-
way to their winning district champions.
Following these games. the J .V. were able to boast
to the varsity their exciting, winning season. They
held victories over Hillcrest. Woodrow Wilson, Lin-
coln, Bryan Adams. and an exciting 64-63 win over
Spruce. ln this crowd-pleasing game. with 3 seconds
left in the second overtime period, the Spartans were
ahead by 1 point. At the buzzer, an Apache player
threw a home shot. The Apache bench went wild, but
the official declared the shot too late, giving Samuell
"Baby BIues" Bring Home District Crown
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Leslie Ducklett, David Chumbley. Allen Bene, Mike Scott, Keith Bedford. Steve Radney, Jeff Marshall, Fred Burden, Clint Lawson,
39 Woodrow l7
44 W. T. White 27
59 Woodrow 29
42 Bryan Adams 35
48 Hillcrest 47
4l Woodrow 28
32 Woodrow 33
36 W. T. White 30
50 Hillcrest 40
66 Lincoln 38
38 Bryan Adams 50
48 Woodrow 26
31 Skyline 29
39 Spruce 26
36 T. J. 25
51 Hillcrest 32
47 Skyline 44
The Baby Blue roundballers finished the season
with an outstanding 20-6 record, which earned them
a co-championship for district with Bryan Adams.
The Spartans last game was with a stubborn, well-
coached Skyline team. With the Spartans' hot-
handed Alan Bene leading the way, the Baby Blue
gave the Raiders all they could handle. The final
score was 50-42 in favor of the Spartans.
Because of icy weather, the play-off game between
the Bryan Adams Cougars was canceled, leaving the
Baby Blue Spartans with a co-championship.
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Patty Underbrink. Rhonda Morris. Cissy Brown, Winnie Johnson and Coach Judy Karlen,
l7 Lincoln 71
18 W. T. White 55
62 Thomas Jefferson 73
55 Hillcrest 43
29 Lincoln 57
23 Woodrow Wilson 57
32 Bryan Adams 74
12 Skyline 55
30 Spruce 45
23 W. T. White 29
37 Lincoln 69
The girl's basketball team started the year off with
a 54-ll loss to Carter. As the season progressed. the
girls lost all hope of placing in the district competi-
tion. Their only win came in a district game with Hill-
Rhonda Morris set a school record with 42 points
scored in a tough game against Thomas Jefferson.
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J.V. Girl Cogers 2nd in District Tourney
lsr Row: Nokie Booth, Vicki Chism. Veronica Davis. Sherry Williams. Tunisunia Taylor. Teri Smith. 2nd Row: Coach Martinez. Kim San-
ders. Laurie Johnson. Donna Graham. Sherry Fite. Sylvia Marshall.
42 Bryan Adams 28
18 Skyline 40
36 T. Jefferson 24
64 Hillcrest l2
42 W. T. White 36
30 Woodrow 29
35 Spruce 28
36 Lincoln 28
The Junior Varsity Basketball girls won second
place in the district tournament with their only loss to
They came away with a winning season under
Coach Rosie Martinez. Their only district loss during
the regular season was to Skyline.
Boys Soccer ga-
0 Hillcrest 4
2 Woodrow 3
1 Jefferson 4
0 Adams 4
l White 3
6 Skyline 0
5 Spruce 0
The soccer team came out with a 2-5 season. Their
wins were important as they were over rivals Skyline
and Spruce with each game ending in no score for the
Returning lettermen for this year's team were
Kenny Bradshaw. Ronnie Reynolds. Knollis Rose.
Howard Saucier. Jessie Stout. Chris Thomas. Phillip
Thomas and Larry Thompson.
Junior Howard Saucier was named first team all-
Siandings Coach Tallet. Jesse Stout. Harvey Ramirez. Phillip Thomas. Ross Hailey. Danny Bryant. Bill Padgett. Kneeling: Ronnie Reyonlds
Ines Molina. Kevin Wellmon. Mike Trent. Cliff Cambell.
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Bill Padgett Harvey Ramirez
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O Thomas Jefferson 6
0 Bryan Adams 5
l Spruce O
l Lincoln 0
0 W. T. White 8
0 Skyline 4
Slandings Calhey Busby. Randa Hawkins. Sheryl McCullough. Kara Grounds. Sue Fisher, Collie VanSyckle. Kneeling: Diane Trent
Bird. Connie Baylor. Debbie Guerra. Roseann Baughman. Diane Wooten.
Roseann Baughman Connie Baylor Penny Bird
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Swim Teams Finish 3-4, 5-2
Row 1: Valerie Cummings, Liz Lawless, Debbie Moore, Tina Mor-
gan, Tammy Ingram, Donna Clayton, Lisa Culley. Row 2: Brian
Gooding, Tommy Herman. John Shumaker.
The swim teams wound up their seasons with
successful results. The boys, team ended with a
record of 3-4, while the girls, team battled to a 5-2
Qualifying for the Region III meet held at SMU
on February 24 and 25 were Brian Gooding in the
100 Butterfly, Valarie Cummings in the 200 Free-
style, Tina Morgan in the 100 Butterfly, and both
relays in the boys and girls division.
The only graduating members of the team were
Philip Ernst and Tammy Ingram.
Row 1: Lisa Boshears, Liz Lawless, Donna Clayton, Tonya Ellery.
Tracy Kirkpatrick. Row 2: Joy Farr, Laurie Markham, Tina Mor-
gan, D'Ann Nichols. Marsha Smith. Jami Holland, Holly Maxey,
Karen Hernandez. Row 3: Debra Mangrum, Valerie Cummings,
Susan Hancock, Lisa Culley, Sabrina Watkins, Tammy Ingram,
Coach Bill Young and Barbara Brian Gooding
Row 1: Thomas Westbrook, Daniel Black, John Shumaker, James
Toupal, Glenn Elliot, Philip Elery. Row 2: Brad Walker, Dan Peters,
Glenn Scoggins, Brian Gooding, Kevin McKinney.
Tennis Team Rebuilding
Senior Steve Causeyand junior
Pat Diffee were the only two
members returning this year.
The team was in a rebuilding
year and played a total of I5
matches, averaging 2 matches a
Girls Team: Row 1: Sue Fisher. Kim Elliot. Row 2: Ginger Bird. Diane Wooten. Patricia
Jiffee, Coach Dennis Fricky,
oys Team: Row 1: Steve Causey. Chris Canada. Row 2: Trent Keasler. Steve Wade.
Tennis Team Scores
0 Bryan Adams 4
0 Bryan Adams 4
0 Skyline 4
l Skyline 3
2 Spruce 2
3 Spruce l
3 Lincoln l
2 Lincoln 2
0 Hillcrest 4
0 W. T. White 4
0 T. Jefferson 4
The Samuell Golf finished 5th
place in the district.
Coach Bob Sybert named three
golfers as lettermen, Phillip Don-
aldson, Kelly McElhaney and
Chris Gaddis shot a three game
average of 83 and Philip Donald-
son shot a two game average of
Samuell 7 Skyline
Woodrow 0 Samuell
Samuell 7 Jefferson
Spruce O Samuell
Golfers 5th in District
1:1 Row: Mike Bell. Curt Fryar, Eric Walker. 2nd Raw: Coach Sybert. Scott Riddles, Kelly
Mclilhaney, Phillip Donaldson. Steve Clay, Mike Dawshe. 3rd Row: Chris Johnson. Keith
Faulhaber. John Daniels.
65 Samuell 7 White 6
'Aa Lincoln 0 Samuell l
4 Hillcrest 6 Samuell 4
3 Samuell l B. Adams 3
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Chris Johnson Mike Lawshe Scott Riddles Eric Walker Coach Bob Syhert
Coach Don Bohart led
the bowling team into its
first match on November 30
against Lincoln at the
Expressway Bowling Lanes.
Their second match took
them over to the Hart Bowl-
ing Lanes against T. Jeffer-
After 8 matches. the boys
came with a 4-4 season and
the girls came out with a 2-8
Glen Roach, Raymond Smith. Mr. Don Bohart.
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Boys T. Jefferson
Girls T. Jefferson
Boys W. T. White
Girls W T White
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872 7 5
1 566 60
Liz Lawless. Toni Clevenger. Kelli Copeland.
Kelly Morgan, Susan Hancock. Karen Ashton.
Boys B. Adams
Girls B. Adams
Boys W. T. White
Girls W. T. White
The Spartans finished the season with a 5-5 record
and graduated right-fielder Carey Tucker, leaving an
experienced team for the next season.
With a win over Samuell. Spruce could have taken
the zone championship, but that was not to be as
Samuell defeated Spruce's chances with a 2-l loss at
Pleasant Grove field on May l. To end this game,
Samuell did it up right in the seventh inning as Sam-
uell scored two runs on Mike Trent's triple and Kyle
Money's home run to end the game.
Another exciting game highlight was on April ll at
the Pleasant Grove field when the Big Blue bounced
the Skyline Raiders 4-3.
Pitcher Kyle Money allowed five hits and only one
earned run. The Spartan batters connected on seven
hits with Money taking credit for three.
The Spartan defense was alert with zero errors to
Skyline's misfortunate four. Money also added to the
cause with I2 strike-outs.
Samuell i Opponent
4 I Lincoln 0
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A B. Adams 5
ii'i Skyline 3
5 A A Spruce 7
0 Hillcrest 3
ll Lincoln 0
5 ' Wilson 4
l 1 1 A A B. Adams 4
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J.V. Baseball Win I2 Lose O
Terry Wacket. Joe Newton. Todd Martin, Kevin Sumrow, Steve Radney, Steve Christian. Johnny Vadalez. Scotty Jones. Clint Lawson.
Under Coach Doug Scott, the Junior Varsity Baseball team
defeated 12 teams and finished the season with a I2-O record.
Track Girls Work Hard for 5th Place
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Cissy Brown, Cheryl Buzby.
In the District ll-AAAA track meet at Sprague
field, the Spartan girls made an impressive showing.
The girls finished a disappointing 3rd in the 440
relay. The girls could have finished lst or 2nd, but a
mix-up on one of the hand-offs caused a delay. The
relay team consisted of Lisa Pound, Donna Graham,
Cissy Brown, and Vicki Chism. Pound is the only
member of the group graduating.
Vicki Chism was the only other Spartan who
placed in District. Chism won second place in the 100
yd. dash. The high finish enabled Chism to attend the
Regional track meet in Denton. She is the first Sam-
uell girl to make it that far.
At Denton, Chism placed 4th in her heat. g'There
was a great accomplishment this year with the girls'
hard efforts and winning ways. I'm looking forward
to next year,', said Miss Judy Karlen, coach. '
Results of District Meet:
Qualified 4th in 400 meter relay
Vicki Chism placed 2nd in the 100 yard dash to qualify for the finals.
In the finals, Vicki Chism placed 4th.
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Top Row: Ronald Horlon. David McGarter, Donald Wilson, Rudy Gomez, Roy Phillips, John Shumaker. David Wil-
liams. Row 2: Brian Sweet, Kevin Wilmon. Eddie Lester, William Penn. Donnie Ashton, Clifford Reed, Ronald Horton.
Row 3: Mike Woodfin. Darrell Hughes, David Norris, Mark Paschall. Mike Malone. Row 4: Coach Grounds, Randy
Davis. Victor Davis. Roy Coffel. Allen Robinson. James Donahue. Coach Thompson.
The Spartan Track team had a very successful year.
Track District Finalists:
Mike Malone, David Norris, Mike Woodfin, Donnie
Ashton, Roy Phillips, Darrell Hughes, Rudolph Gomez,
and Mark Paschall.
Track Regional Finalists:
Roy Phillips and Mike Woodfin
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Robinson. James Donahue.
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David Norris. Brian Sweet. Kevin Wilmon. Eddie Laster
Standing: Mike Woodfin. Ronald Horton. Clifford Reed. Donnie
Ashton. John Shumaker. Kneeling: Jean Metayer. David Williams.
lst: Alen Robinson
2nd: Mike Malone, Mark Paschall
Regional Shm Pm
Dallas held its City Track Meet at Loos Field on
Saturday, April l. The Spartans had only three mem-
bers who picked up points.
The varsity milers, Don Ashton and Mike Woodfin
finished well. Ashton placed fifth with a time of 4:25
and Woodfin finished second with a time of 4: 15.
Roy Phillips had a shot put throw of 54 feet, 3
inches to take a third place.
In the junior varsity, Roy Coffel took fifth place in
the shot-put with a 42 feet, 3 inch. David Williams
obtained a fifth place in the 800 meter run.
Freshman, John Shumaker won the mile. Shu-
maker, the city champion in the mile, won this title
with a time of 4:40.
On April 22, the Regional Track Meet was held in
Denton. Mike Woodfin and Roy Phillips earned the
right to attend this meet by placing as runner-up in
their respective events in the l l-AAAA district track
meet. Mike Woodfin ran a 4:36 mile on his way to a
fifth place finish.
Roy Phillips placed fifth in the meet with a toss of
54 feet, 9 Ma inches.
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Sally Sanderson. Treasurer: Mike Malone. Vice-President: Lisa
Kincy. Secretary: Knollis Rose. President.
Though the smallest class with 372 students, the Senior Spartans enjoyed a
very successful year.
They returned to Samuell from summer break excited, anxious, and ready to
make the Class of 78 the best ever.
They proved to be the most spirited class twice - in the yearbook selling con-
test and in the Spirit chain contest.
Seniors looked forward to many activities - the prom. the senior assembly.
and the all-important graduation day.
Spring brought the inevitable "Senioritis" and those unofficial holidays.
"Tacky Dayi' and 'fSkip Day."
Time passed all too quickly for the seniors. but the seniors of 78 have left a
record they can be proud of - a record of Spartan Spirit, intense pride. and
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Danny Bryant Pam Bullion
Reggie Burchett Penny Burresch
Debra Bursey Barbra Bynum
Debbie Cain Lisa Carruth
"Smile," you're on Candid Camera!
Brenda Chilcoat Robert Childers
Michael Cobbins Charles Collins
Mike Causey q f David Chandler Michael Cooper Tynette Cook
Alex Cgighrs dig, Raymond Clark J ulie Cosper Debbie Corley
Carl Tillery devotes his time to the Sentinel.
Dwayne Cotton L. D. Covington
Pamela Cox Melissa Crook
Teresa Cross Kenneth Crouch
Eva Cruz John Daniels
Aunt Belinda wants you!
Karen Davenport Cindy Davis
Jobitu Delcastillo Donetta Delk
Julie Dennie Melanie Derryberry
Jewell Dickerson Cathy Diffee Sharon Davis Nenva Day
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Brenda says. "l need Ll Plop Plop. Fizz fizz. fast fxisl
Robert Trevino gets excited at the game.
Greg Fieldsr Q ,A Linda Fields
Brenda Foster Greg Foster
Sam Foster Teena Fountain g
Jerry Fox Phillipfrazer 3, A Peggy Flournoy Kathy Ford
This is the way you do it!
Tami French Tim Frosch Laura Furr Debbie Gardner
Ginger Gardner Randy Garren Peggy Gibson Mary Gilliam
Pam Gilliam Brenda Gober Rudy Gomez James Graham
Jennifer Granberry Jana Graves Randy Gray Kenneth Greer
eff Gregg Annetta Guerra Deborah Guerra Terry Gunn
Hey Jeff. everything wlll be ull right.
David Hanes Kyle Hansard Tracy Hare Sherri Harris
"This will be the last take. okay Scott?"
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Hobbs SylVla Herrea Kyla Herod Teresa Hlll
Ronald Horton Beyerly Holloway ,lb
Knollis Rose does a double take.
Jennifer and Peggy put on a "Happy Face!"
Sandra Hunt Jessie Hux
Damon Howard Douglas Howard Della Hyde Tammy Ingram
Jacie Ramsey waits to perform. Get it on two. three. four.
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James Jackson Teresa Jackson Beverly Jenkins Laura Johnson
Brenda Jones Cheryl Jones Dedra Jones Susan Joplin
Bo Jurik Charlotte Karlen Lisa Kincy Kimbra Koncak
Amber LaMont Sandra Land Yvetta Laster Leigh Ann Lewis
my Lievsay James Lindsey Kenny Loller Karla Long
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Larry Long RagQa 1lg Lisa Lyles Jimmy Macaluso
Tony Hitt to smlle at the camera Brenda receives T L C from Cyndr
Andy Macon Marilyn Mageors
Laurie Markham Melissa Marley Mike Malone Dan Marder
Lisa and Laura - "the twojokersf,
Wouldn't you say Phyllis and Laura have grown a bit.
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.Ioan McCormack Lisa McCuiston Kim McDonald David McGahey
Ricky McGaha Cindy Mcllroy Brian Mcliinnie Tony McKnight
Sandra McLer0y Sheryl Meche DQQQJXLHMQLYLQ Clffu Marilyn Miller
Paula Miller Phillip Miller Cindy Mixon Robbye Mohn
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Belinda Molock lQgDMonLgomegy
.I9AIL1ll!1yers, QQ E K Anthony Neel
Jeff Nelson Nancy Newhouse
Dana Newsom 'lfin1othy'NrQhg rlpigh Kathy Moore Mary Moore
Lisa Pound says, "David. don't call me Smoke!"
Nobra David Norris
Debbie Odom Randy Oliver
Qr Leah Parker
Brian Partington Mark Paschall
Eddy Pate Audra Payne
Lisa Pound and Al Phillips play in the water fountain,
Patricia Peterson Jamie Pearson
Karen Peel Q Al Phillips
vMaorkfPhillipj 'X' Lisa Pound
Kay Powell Randy Pride
"It's Homecoming. Karen
Feliz Kimberly Primm Annette Purdy
Sheryl Ramsey Phyllis Read Pam Renegar Jacie Ramsey
Scott Riddles Charolet Robinson Klay Rogers Phyllis Reyes
Carla Royall Lori Sampsozn MU Linda,Sayndegs Knollis Rose
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Sally Sanderson Rene Schmidth Glen Scoggins
The Deaf Cheerleaders plan the next yell for the assembly,
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Kathy Selzer Steve Shaffer
Cindy Simmons Willie Sirls
Aracely Sisler Ray Del Sloan
James Smeltzer Georgia Smith Susan Shelton Rene Shirley
Don, where did ya'll take dancing lessons?
Chana Spainhouer Sharon Spurr
Susie Slayden James Smith Sherry Stegall Mitzi Stephens
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Donald Stewuqt Pzxulzt Stewart
Randy Stratton Peggy Swindle Jessie Stout Shon Stovall
What a face!!
What ure you lool-img ut Peggy?
Debbie Thomas Phillip Thomas Phyllis Thomas
Vincent shows off his sexy legs!
Bruce Thompson Kim Thompson Terri Thompson fl Traci Todora
Dennis Tramel Robin Trantham Robert5Tr-evigx Larry Trotter
Carey Tucker Mike Tuley Karen Turner Kenneth Vaughan
Cindy Vick Vincent Vela Greg Vines Debbie Waldroup
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Donna Walton Cyndee Watkins
David Weber Thomas Welch
Vicki Wells 5 Cathy West
ElizabetQfVQ1lg Gi, Jeanne White
Kathy Whitehead Pat Williamson Doug Wilson
Derrell Woolventon Patti Wooten Malcom Wynn
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Looking Ahead To Senioritis
Dec n Baker and 2.32.Xggillliaggyyice-President: Mike Trent. President Joni Redf-
The 427juniors at Samuell spent their year supporting the Spartans in many
Looking forward to the big Senior year, juniors exhibited Spartan Spirit in
the musical, the student council, the J.R.O.T.C., the Starlets, the football team,
the Blue Jackets, the band, and the many other clubs and activities.
The band shows its spirit through its music.
Sherill Arqhgwr '
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Darrell. water alone isn't enough. you need elbow grease.
Joni and Becky sing the
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I thought you said this was a basketball game.
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Diane De La Rosa
Bret Eubankd R.
Traci, is the book that interesting?
Joni savs. "Aren't ljust a little star?"
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Mike says I m so cute'
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The better side of the Starlets
Are you kidding, Linda??
Another Friday, another pep rally.
Let's drink to that!
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Rhonda Tramel '
Will the real Darrell please stand up?
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Class of l98O . . .
Eager cmd Spirited
Class Officers: Linda Martin. President. and Stacy Brooks. Vice-
Sophomore Favorites Pfesidenf-
Curt Fryer and Linda Martin
The Sophomores were the largest class at Samuell with 512 students. They
came back to Samuell, glad that the freshman year was over and eager to prove
that they were of varsity quality. The class in the middle has shown itself to be
strong, spirited and full of pride.
Their first project was to nearly defeat the seniors in the yearbook-selling con-
test by selling 45? of their class. Sophomore Spirit almost crushed senior hopes
again in the spirit chain contest.
The junior varsity teams represented Samuell favorably as did the few sopho-
mores who played for the mighty Big Blue. They added much to all Spartan
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Class of 1981 . . .
Bright cmd Talented
Todd Martin and Holly Maxey
The freshman class, numbering 505, is the newest group at Samuell.
The "Baby Blues" had much adjusting to do in makingthe change from mid-
dle school to high school. They also had to endure the traditional hazing - the
"Freshman jokesf' one-liners, and the never-ending questions about elevator
But through all the joking, the freshmen emerged as a bright, talented addition
to Samuell. They gave us Freshman Follies and the Easter Assembly. Their ath-
letes represented Samuell favorably and the freshmen also participated in many
clubs and activities.
Top R mix'
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What does it take to be a teacher? Courage? Yes.
and stamina. But the role of an educator can only be
played by someone with wide knowledge. compas-
sion. patience. and a sincere interest in students.
The teachers. counselors. and administration of W.
W. Samuell deserve the highest praise for their hard
work and dedication to the school. We have benefited
much front their efforts.
During the 1977-78 school year. you have accom-
plished much that will not be forgotten. The National
Cherry Blossom Festival. the Southern Association
Ten-year Evaluation. and the Simas Kudirka visit are
all outstanding events. Any one of the three could
have made a year successf ul. To accomplish all in one
year is outstanding. You have set high standards for
the future. .
You. I978 Seniors. as you leave the school to con-
tinue on your journey through life. must remember
the things we said to you as you entered the tenth
You are Spartans now. and you will be Spartans
forevermore. Your years here are in "preparation T
We are proud of you and will remember you as the
years pass. Those of us left will continue the pride
and traditions you have passed on to us. God bless
each of you as you strive to find your place in society.
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Vice-President: Sarah Haskins
Board of Education:
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Harryette Ehrhardt .
Robert L. Price J
Gerald M. Stanglin
Dr. Nolon Esfesi
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Ann Moore. Mr. Robert Stokes. Mrs. BCIIQ Ciihson. Mrs. Nilzi Jones. Mrs. Belly Bennett. Mrs. Tommy Townsend. Mrs. Caroline Yzmdell.
Ms. Dorolhy Williams. MTS.NOYlllWllllll4ll1.ill1Ll Mr. .Iulius Vzissullo.
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Homemaking Math Interpreter Interpreter Deaf Tea1el1er's Aide
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Mr. Jim Fisher: Mr. Bobby Guunzt:
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TVl5.X1ary Bob: Iyping Mr. Ben Rice: Bookkecp- Ms. Velma Scott: Short- Ms. Nan Speck: Typing. Ms. .lanet Thomasi Typ-
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Ms. Jolene Aicklen: VOE. Mr. Bill Day: Distributive Ms. Eva Griffin: HECE. Ms. Betty Hawkins: VOE
OEA sponsor I Education. DECA spon' HERO sponsor OEA sponsor
Mr. Charles McRae: Mr. Melvin Weiz: ICT.
CVAE "Spartan Effort" Chair-
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Singing Christmas Carols is another talent of our principals. The faculty is talenictl in the nrt of liaintl bells too.
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Ms. Kathleen Smith: Ms. Jane 'I rollinger: Ms. Veda Wright: Ms. Joy Daniels: Ms. Charlene Clanton
Study Hall Math!Science Tutor Study Hull Principal's Secretary PrincipaI's Secretary
Ms. Joyce Feuerhacker: Ms. Gwen Hughes: Ms. Tommy Mack: Ms. Johnnie Patterson: Ms. Lois Wright:
Principals Secretary Principals Secretary Attendance Office Attendance Office Attendance Office
Ms. Miriam Hangs: Ms. Lee Clayton: Ms. Lavina Morgan: Ms. Stella Harhert: Ms. Joyce Sanders:
Deaf hd. Resource Workroom Workroom Aide Aide
Lunchroom cmd Custodian Staffs
The task of maintaining a school building is not an dents, and no matter how late students left the build-
easy one. The custodians at Samuell did their job ing, the next day the school was clean and ready for a
well. new day's work.
They always managed to have a smile for the stu-
Row 1: Cecil Glover, Willie Gain, Mary Acy, Rosie Patterson, Alvin Johnson, Ernest Coley. Row 2: Henry Anthony. Robert Upchurch,
Gweneria Latimar, Austin Vent, Ben Irby. Loyd Bryant, John Williams.
Day after day, three times a day, the ladies in white aration and in serving their courtesy toward the many
did a remarkable job in the lunchroom, both in prep- students they must feed will always be appreciated.
Row 1: Lillie Goolsby, Gladys Ray, Mavis Dodson, Jo Carleton, Paula DeMoss, Hazel Jordon. A
Row 2: Willer Dean Ritter, Gene Barber, Nita Earls, Martha King, Novalean Cartwright, Alva Coughlin - Dietician, Helen Domingueze,
LaVonne Reames, Nell Bryant, Ruth Ryan, Lorene Warren.
"PIescmT Grove is my hometown,
In early October a Dallas
Times Herald staff writer.
Robert T. Garrett. wrote an
article which angered many
resident "Grovites." They felt
that it depicted Pleasant Grove
as a run-down area where Sat-
urday night brawls and trashy
dives were dominant.
Many felt that Mr. Garrett
failed to recognize the spirit of
closeness in Pleasant Grove or
the strong traditions which
have bound its people together
through the years.
Landmarks in the Grove
have changed with the genera-
tions. At Lake June Rd. and
Buckner Blvd.. where many
Spartans' parents attended
Pleasant Grove High School,
there now stands a supermar-
ket and a restaurant. The once
open field at Bruton R. and
Buckner Blvd. is now a large
The Pleasant Grove Bobcats
"cruised" down Buckner in a
variety of cars. The "in" places
were the Pleasant Grove Phar-
macy and the Pig Stand. Sam-
uell Spartans were no differ-
ent. and the scene had
changed but little - cars were
updated and there were many
more "hangouts" from which
Burger places seemed domi-
nant in popularity, and Friday
and Saturday nights never
found the Buckner Blvd.
McDonalds empty. For a
change of taste. many Spar-
tans spent their dates at Taco
Inn. Pizza Inn, Pizza Hut, and
Kip's Restaurants proved to be
the hot spots for after football
The abandoned. pot-holed
parking lot of the old Spartan
Atlantic store provided a
meeting ground - a place to
pull out of the never-ending
stream of cars.
The Pride of the Spartans.
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A popular hangout for "Grovites."
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Students pose with Dr. Samuell.
The Pleasant Grove recreation pool.
e Friday night gang at McDonalds
mciller how much they put if down
A familiar scene to Spartan drivers. A familiar passage - the main hallway,
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Pleasant Grove shopping center.
Chaos f rememhrances ofthe hund's hard work! The Grove Marketplace.
Pleasant Oaks Recreation Cen-
ter Gym was a place for athletes
to work together when school
hours were over. The pool at the
"rec" was a popular get-together
spot for summer days.
But whether Spartans were
Hcruisingf' swimming. eating
pizza or hamburgers, they were
together. The friendly spirit that
held them together was strong -
strong enough to withstand even
the arrows of Robert T. Garrett
and the Dallas Times Herald.
"Just south of Highland Park, 3
miles from Mesquite
There's a passel of people that
you would like to meet.
And there people you will find, in
a town one of its kind.
When you get there you can call
it Pleasant Grove.
Well, they call us "Grove Rats"
but that don't bother me
You can lock me up in the Grove
and throw away the key.
It'sjust as good as the best and
better than the rest, I wouldn't
live any place but the Grove.
Pleasant Grove is my home town,
no matter how much they put it
Oh, no. . .you can't take me
from the Grove."
ffrom "Pleasant Grove" written
by Kyle Moneyj
ou cc1n'T Take me from The Grove"
n Buckner Blvd. was a
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The lail mmule rush for license lugs. A Short nut to class.
SYMNS FLOWER SHOP
8230 Lake June Road
Express Your Thoughts
Commercial and Personal
for Weddings and
8326 Lake June Road
TOM AND PAULINE SYMNS Office 391-ll3l
Owners Home 388-3377
391 0894 SARAH L. SIEGEL
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GROOM 81 SON
334 Pleasant Grove Mall
KEN WARD, owner C Q t
Offering Personalized Service
8204 Lake June Road
391-4137 HWE CAREIH
245 Pleasant Grove
Diamonds - Watches 4 Jewelry
2223 S. Buckner
Complete Line of Class Rings
Fine Watch and
PETE STONE, owner
For the Finest in
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For Job Opportunity
or Home Shows Contact
Complete your child's
education with dance
Ballet A Tap - Jazz
Twenty-six years in
8012 Umphress Road
'M' M nt in nt nt lsaunnnnn. in ua 1 1 n l
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mspiama woasi-up seavicss Charles Diffee
Services dedicated to strengthening the Christian and
saving the tcm.
PRAYER AND BIBLE STUDY
Werimzstiay night devoted to deepening the wnrk of
Christ in Iivcs ttirtiugh prayer and clear, easily
SUNDAY SCHOOL utiderstocxi B5bIe Iessmtxt
With teachers providing sound Bible teaching for every
member of the famiiy.
A weII-rounded musical program including adult and
mssiomim' Ewoeiwons graded 'IW"r
Our missionary department is active in mth home and
foreign ntissitm work, contributing support to I4
missionaries in seven different countries, SCQUTING
I Fur the buys. il compiete boy scout pmgram. This
, rtrrani mrisists of weekly meetings at 7:06 .m.
I LIBRARY A W Eliutidays wail as an overnight camp out tinge a
5 A growing library of reibrenrse materxais. guides tc month'
christian living and wholesonic fiction.
I A staff ot three ministers devoting full time to the
2 needs of the church and mmmunityv These men are
twaiizibie at any time to help in spiritual needs.
f Well trtxittvrti nursery leaders care for your chiftiren in 3
we:lI cquippcti ritirscry.
CHRISTIAN DAY SCHOOL
Z Prcivicies your chiidren mini 3 years of age ro Sth gratis
with si whoiestinw Christian weekiday.
Church services are taped and used in ministry to
patients. missionaries. and
Each year it weII rmiridcd program of Christian
education as wc!! as Ibsiltiwrhip is pianncci tb: the youth
through campy conferences and retreata,
A tataI family prngram of physical recreation is offered
through a new 56350 sq, fi. family center. A coiicgiate
size gymnasium oftirrs many phases to this program.
Among a ikew of the activities titibred are bowiing.
baskctbail. stbhbail. football, volieybaih table gamex.
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10:50AM ,,..t., ' .,.i,.t Worship Service
I 5:30 PM. i..,. Evening Evangefisttc Service
TOO PM . . ...... Wednesday Bitzit-1 Study
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2355 Stemmons Freewa
Dallas. Texas 75207
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Convenient Locations GVOUPS Of flve
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Dallas, Texas 75217
393,545+ Q4 Hour Emergency Service
2560 Gus Thomasson Road
Dallas, Texas 75228 288 1979
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Tommy and Jean Ochoa, Owners
Sam Scott, Manager
8121 Bruton Rd.
Dallas, Texas 75217
7023 Military Parkway
For Fast Service Call
Monday Thru Saturday
7:00 A.M.'Ti1l 10:00 P.M.
Complete Auto Repairing
26 Years of F.C.E.S.
In the Grove Area
W. W. 1SezJ HUGHES
31 Years in the Business
1731 So. Buckner
Sunday Dallas, Tex.
11:00 A.M.'T11110:00 P.M.
Ph. EX 8-6669
"We Specialize in Drill Uniforms"
"And in Preserving Bridal Gowns"
8936 Lake June Rd.. Dallas. Tex.
Con the corner of Lake
June and Prairie Creek Rd.J
"Oldest A Largest- Best"
5208 W. Lovers Lane. Dallas. 351-6497
165 Ferguson Vill., Dallas. 328-3247
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'lihe closing of a school year is
always met with mixed emotions
elation at the prospect of a
three-month vacation. disap-
pointment for friends who are
leaying. astonishment that the
year should have passed so
lior the Seniors. the end of
l978 differed from other years.
'l he eountdow n to graduation
was oyer. We felt a great surge of
relief that our twelve years were
finally gone. but our relief was
tinged with sadness. I-riends had
to separate many for the first
time in twelye years. Adulthood
loomed hefore us. and we knew
that things would never he the
But though the end hrought
separation. we will always have
inemoriesol' togetherness. . .
Loyalty kept us in our seats
through rain. cold. and wind
whether the Spartans were win-
ning or losing.
lhe banner is raised at ey ery asseinhly.
ofa, L F ti ug
Nls. Xkartl teeeiyes lloweis from staff during f1l'lk'Cl'lCllLlCl'N perform "Cool fats."
Klay Rogers awaits the start of the game
lhe liantier leant rlowns around during
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uaunc ill the new xtnduun
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Ihr: Spartan Image encourages the audience: lo slum' lhclr spirit. Q. lr' In m PM mm ' R In L
I he Varsity cvlICl3l'IU.ldk'l'N PCI'fUIlllkIllI'Il1glhC gdmc
Students. parents. and faculty
supported the assemblies. plays.
shows. the musical. lt was Spar-
tan loyalty that bought bumper
stickers. jewelry. cakes. and tick-
ets to help the Washington Effort.
and Spartan Pride welcomed the
Intense Pride was evident in
many ways during the year.
Proudly we opened our doors to
visitors: Simas Kudirka. who
taught us about human rights: the
Southern Association Evaluation
Committee. whose comments and
ratings reflected on high Spartan
standards. Pride helped us to
fight back when a Dallas newspa-
per put us down.
We remember many things
about the year. But the memories
are of Spartans together - on the
field or the gym floor. during the
moment of silence or during
"Battle Cry." in assemblies or in
classrooms. Togetherness l978
. . .Spartan Spirit.
David Chandler says "thumbs up" to a well-fought season.
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David Baker talks about student council dur-
ing the club assembly.
Starlet officers cheer on the mighty Spartans.
The TORCH assemhly added humor with
the kissing contest.
The Jesters! reflect their hard work
through their performance.
Troy Miller wants lo get back into uclmn.
Carey and Chuna host Superluuve Assem-
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ADAMS, VICTOR, Senior
QDAY, BRENDA. Senior
Soph.: Blue Jackets.
ADKINS. KATHERINE, Senior
Soph.: B Honor Roll.
Sn: HECE, HERO.
ALANIZ, DAVID, Senior
Deal' Spartan Section.
110, 118, 119. 120.217
ALLEN, KIM. Senior
I09,59,l26. l70,171, 172,173,217
Saph.: Letter in Varsity Volleyball.
Ir.: Letter in Varsity Volleyball.
Sr.: Letter in Varsity Volleyball. Student Coun-
cil Representative Recreation Chairman.
National Honor Society, Basketball Manager.
ANDERSON, LANETTE. Senior
78, 79, 80, 89, 93. 217
Snph.: Blue Jackets, Ice Skating Club, Girls
Select, Young Lile.
Jr.: Jr. Lieutenant Starlets. Ice Skating Club.
Concert Choir, Young Lile. "Hello Dolly."
Sr.: Sr. Lieutenant Starlets. Ice Skating Club,
Thespians, Librarian, Concert Choir. "Bells Are
ANDERSON, STEPHANIE, Senior
Jn: "B" Honor Roll.
ANDERTON, LINDA, Senior
78, 87, 132,217
Soph.: Blue Jackets. Girls Select.
Jr.: Concert Choir, French Club.
Sn: Starlem, National Honor Society, Concert
Choir, Pub Stall, French Club, Vice-President.
ANDREWS, KIMI. Senior
Soph.: "A" Honor Roll.
Jn: Deaf Ed. Cheerleader.
Sn: "B" Honor Roll, Deal Spartan Section.
ASH LEY, SHIRLEY
ASHTON, DONNY, Senior
21 1, 212, 217
129. 132, 197, 251
A3'gI'AWAY, CHARLES, Senior
AVARY. GORDON, Senior
85, 94, 95, 1 14, 288
BAK ER, CHERYL
92, 114, 275
BAK ER, DAVID, Senior
15. 19, 33, 42, 64, 66, 90, 91, 108. 109. 58, 126,
Saph.: "B" Team Football, Concert Choir.
Minor Lead - Musical. SCOA, "B" Honor
Jn: Concert Choir, SCOA, Jestersl, Librarian.
Musical, RAZZ-MA-TAZZ. Band Show, Stu-
dent Council Representative, "B" Honor Roll.
Sr.: Student Council President, Jestersl. Band
Show, RAZZ-MA-TAZZ, SCOA. Concert
Choir, Lead - Musical, Senior Superlative,
National Honor Society, Student Chairman -
Field Day. Most Talented, Most Outstanding
Student- Cltoir, "B" Honor Roll.
90.159, 160, 198. 250. 251, 199,202
Index ctnd Senior Credits
92, 208. 209, 275
aamatco, Mtcttaat. senior
1 14, 217 ,
103, 104, 105,296
BARR, KELSI E
1 14, 275
BAUGHMAN, ROSE ANN
93. 127, 251
192. 208. 209, 296
BAYLOR. KATHY. Senior
BEAV ER. RHONDA
BEDFORD. BRIAN KEITH
BEESON. DONNA, Senior
BELLAH, JAMES, Senior
159, 160, 217
102. 103. 252
BEN E, ALLEN
170, 171, 252
BENN E'I'I', CYNTHIA
BENN ETT. JOBETH, Senior
Saph,.' Marching Band. Stage Band. French
ln: Marching Band, Stage Band, PAC, French
Sr.: Marching Band, French Club.
BENN E'I'I', REGINALD
BINGHAM. VALERIE. Senior
Soplt: B Honor Roll, Member of Deal Hand-
Jr.: National Honor Society, B Honor Roll.
Sr.: National Honor Society, Ice Skating Club.
Dea! Spartan Club, President of OEH. Outa
standing Deal' Student, Senior Superlative. B
Honor Roll, Queen of Deaf Valentine Dance.
92, 103, 195,276
20, 22, 39, 55. 103, 105, 174. 192,297
120. 168. 276
BLANCH, ANTHON Y
BLEVINS. TRACY. Senior
BLYSTON E. Tl M, Senior
BODENSTEINER, ROBERT. Senior
Soph.: Lettered in Basketball at Another
Jr.: Lettered tn Basketball at Another School.
Sr..'Span1sh Club. Bowling Club.
BON ER, CONNI E
BOOSE. RAN DALL
BOOTH. N YOLKA
BORU K, LARRY. Senior
59,159. 160. 162.218
Saph.: B Team Football. Varsity Swimming.
Bowling, Ice Skating Club. B Team Baseball.
Jr.: Ice Skating Club, Varsity Football. Varsity
Swimming. Bowling Club.
Sr.: Varsity Football, Second Team All District
Ollense Tackle. Morning News. FHA. Mrs.
BOTELLO. TONY. Senior
29, 120, 119. 218
40, 42, 56, 89, 91.93. 122, 218, 222, 124
Soph..'G1r1s' Select Choir. A Honor Roll. Hugh
O'Bnen Leadership Nommee.
Jr.: Concert Choir, Hello Dolly. The King Who
Loved Hts Lolltpops. Thespians. National
Honor Society. A Honor Roll. Razz-Ma-Tau.
Who's Who Among American High School
Sr.: Vice-President Thesptans, Secretary
National Honor Society. Secretary Concert
Choir, Chairman Senior Baccalaureate Com-
mittee. A Honor Roll. Bells Are Ringing, Razz-
Ma-Tazz. Student Director. The Time of Your
Life, Jesters. Who's Who Among American
High School Students. Superlative Salutatorian.
91. 93. 219
Soph.: Blue Jackets, Girls Select.
Jr.: Concert Choir. "Hello Dolly."
Sr.: Jesters!. Concert Choir. Honor Society.
93, 92, 116. 276
BRANTLY, AN DR EA
BRASH ER, JOHN. Senior
BREEDLOVE, CH RIS, Senior
92, 114, 276
35. 78, 81. 92, 109, 274, 276
BROOKSHIRE, ALAN. Senior
183. 184. 185. 208. 209210. 277
BROWN. RUSSELL. Senior
90. 1 17. 219
78, 81. 277
BRUNSON. CRAIG. Senior
57. 159. 160, 176.177, 219
Soph.: Football. Basketball.
Ir.: Football. Basketball.
Sr.: Football, Basketball, Most Handsome.
BRYAN. JON. Senior
BRYANT, DANNY. Senior
Soplr: Concert Band. Marching Band. "B'
Jr.: Concert Band. Marching Band. Band Sec-
tton Leader, Life Leadership. "B" Honor Roll.
OEA 1. VOW Pre-Employment Lab. OEA His-
Sr.: Concert Band. Marching Band. Band Sec-
tion Leader. "B" Honor Roll, OEA 2. VOE Co-
Op, Outstanding Band Member of '78.
277, I 14
BU RRESCH. LAURIE
BU RROW. STEPH EN
BURSEY. DEBRA. Senior
Sr.: HERO. Outstanding HECE Student.
BU RSEY. DEBRA. Senior
BURRESCH. PENNY. Senior
1 15, 278
102. 183. 184.253
18. 82. 83. 89.66. 220
Soph.: Blue Jackets - Soph. Board. Ice Skating
Jr.: Capt. Jr. Varsity Cheerleader. Ice Skating
Club, Concen Choir. Track. Blue Jackets Jr.
Sr.: Cheerleader. Pub Stall, Ice Skating Club -
Vice-President, Concert Choir A Treasurer.
Who's Who Among American High School
Students. FHA, "B" Honor Roll, Nominated
for Sr. Superlative.
CAIN, DEBBIE. Senior
CARDER. GINGER. Senior
Sr.: FHA. Spanish Club.
RUTH, LISA. Senior
OEA. Library Assistant. Skyline CDC.
OEA. Library Assistant. Pard Internship --
OEA. Library Assistant. Pard Internship f
RUTH. SH ERYL
l. 127. 122. 253
3. 126. 221.69
.: Spanish Club. Nuclear Science Sympo-
. Tennis Team. Seagovrlle Classic - Ten-
Spanish Club. Ice Skating Club. Concert
ir. Tennis Team. UIL Science Competition.
Spanish Club, Thespians. Concert Choir.
ional Honor Society. NSPE Award. Texas
mical Council - Outstanding Graduating
nce Student. Clarke Foundation Scholar-
. Science Recognition Day. UIL Science
petition. Tennis Team. National Work -
't Scholarship at North Texas State Univ.
JD, Homer H. Tate Memorial Scholar-
at East Texas State Unrv. SZ50.00.
IAMPION. Lou ANN
ANDLER. DAVID. Senior
159. 161. 167. 221. 358
Sophomore of the Year. IINAAAA Drs-
A1IvDistrict Znd Team Varsity.
All-District Honorable Mention Varsity.
9. 90. 91. 99
AITERLY. JAM ES
EATWOOD. PA U LA
ERRY, LOR EN E
ERRY. TOM. Senior
-lt.: Woods and Water. JV Football.
Woods and Water. Varsity Football.
Woods and Water. All District Football 2
LCOAT. BRENDA. Semor
101. 102. 110.221
LDERS. ALEX. Senior
Advance Band - Manager. Ice Skating
17. "B" Honor Roll.
ILDERS. ROBERT. Senior
188. 208.209, 210. 298
253. 200. 204
XRK. RAYMOND. Senior
IYTON. DONN A
CLEVELAN D. SHARON
17. 54. 78.81.9l. 127. 129. 197.254
S. DON NA
COBBINS. MICHAEL. Senior
COCK ERHAM. JAM ES. Senior
21 I. 212
COLE. CH RISTOPHER
118. 120. 278
COOK. DAWN E
TYN ETTE. Senior
Sr.: OEA. Honorable Mention for Poetry at the
lnterlocker Piterary College in Mich.. "B"
78. 81. 2
NDT xattr X
CORLEY. DEBBIE. Senior
CORNWELL. RICKY. Senior
20. 39. 279
COSPER. JULIE. Senior
Snph., Blue Jackets, Ice Skating. Rodeo Club.
Girls Select Choir.
Jr.: Distnbuttve Education. DECA.
COTTEN. DWAYN E. Senior
COVINGTON. L. D.. Senior
87.90. 110. 129.222
Soph.: Bowling Team. "B" Honor Roll. Spanish
Ir.. "B" Honor Roll.
Sr.. Concert Choir. Rau-Ma-Ta1.L Senior Pub
- Editor. SOCA. BS Section. Bowling Team
116. 132. 254
COX. PAM. Senior
Sophg Deaf Student Aide.
Jr.: Deal Student Handbell Choir Aide.
Sr.: Special Ed. and Deaf Student Handbell
31. 159. 161
17. 78.81. 35. 109.254, 117
CROOK. MELISSA. Senior
3233. 55. 59. 67. 69. 71. 78. 79. 80. 89. 116. 125.
Soph Blue JackeLs l5ophomore Boardl. Girls
Select. Thesprans. French Cluh. Chtldren's
Jr.: Starlets - Junior Lieutenant. Thesprans.
French Club. Jesters. Choir. Student Council
Historian. National Honor Society. Band Show.
Musical. Capers. Razz-Ma-Tau.
Sr.: Starlets - Co. Captain. Sr. Pub Art Editor.
Jesters Histonan. Thespians. French Club Sec-
retary. Choir. Most Talented Runner-Up. I
Dare You Award. Exchange Club. Gill ol
Month. Senior Assembly. Band Show. Musical.
Capers, Razz-Ma-Tau. Senior Superlative.
CROSS. TERESA. Senior
55. 87. 106. 222
Jr.: OEA Club. Oflice Attendant.
Sr.: Ollice Attendant. Newspaper Staff tFea-
ture Editorl. Pub Staff fSection Editorj.
CROUCH. KENNETH. Senior
CRUZ. EVA. Senior
DANIELS. JOHN. Senior
84. 87.90. 196. 222
35. 78.81. 93. 109. 116. 127. 255
DAVENPORT. KAREN. Senior
Snph.: "B" Honor Roll.
lr.: 'AB' Honor Roll. OEA.
Sr : "B" Honor Roll. OEA.
78. 81. 279
DAVIS. CINDY. Senior
208. 209. 210. 279
21 1, 212
DAVIS. SHARON. Senior
174. 188. 208. 209. 210
DAY. NENVA. Senior
DE LA ROSA. DIANE
DE LA ROSA. RICKY
DELCASTILLO. JOBITA. Senior
soph.. ttotc, --ta" Honor Ron.
sf.: H ec E.
Msussa, DELCASTILLO. senior
sf .- t-rece. HERO.
55. 90. 168.280
DELK. DONETTA. Senior
78. 80. 223
15. 132. 255
116. 125. 223.69
Saph Blue Jackets. French Club.
lr.: Blue Jackets, National Honor Society.
French Club. Outstanding French Student.
Sr: National Honor Society. French Club. Ott'
standing Business Student.
127. 132. 256
Soph.: "B" Honor Roll.
Jr.: Honor Society. "A" Honor Roll.
Sr .' Nursing Scholarship S501 "B" Honor Roll.
DICK ERSON. JEWELL. Senior
Soph.: Blue Jackets. "B" Honor Roll. FHA.
DIFFEE. CATHY. Senior
125. 223. 69
Soph. ' "B" Honor Roll.
lr.: National Honor Society. OEA. "A" Honor
Sr.. National Honor Society. OEA. "A" Honor
DOBBS. DAVID. Senior
Jr, Woods and Waters Club.
Sr.. Woods and Waters. B.S. Section. DECA.
33. 280. 98
DODSON. DAN NY
120. 256. 129
DOUTHIT. JOHN. KEVIN
DUKE. ROBERT, Senior
DUNAGAN. JOANN. Senior
69. 78. 87. 115. 128.224
Soph.: Blue Jackets. Spanish Club. Red Cros.
lr: Starlets. Spanish Club. Ice Skating Club.
DECA Reporter. MA" and "B" Honor Rolls.
National Honor Society. Starlet Capers.
Sr: Starlets. National Honor Society. Pub
Stall. DECA. Student Council Representative.
DECA Area Winner Dallas Sales Marketing
Executive 3rd Place Scholarship. Starlet Capers.
DUNAWAY. KAREN. Senior
EASTEP. BRENT. Senior
EDWARDS. JULIE. Senior
Soph.: Marching Band. Concert Band. Red
Ir.: Marching Band. OEA II. Concert Band.
EDWARDS. TERRY. Senior
42. 90. 281.98
ERNST. PHILLIP. Senior
159. 161. 167
EVANS. TR EY. Senior
220.127.116.11.91. 159. 161.224
Soplt.: Key Club. Concert Choir. B Football
Jr.: Key Club. Concert Choir V.P.. Varsity
Sr.: Concert Choir V.P.. Prom Chainnan. Var-
sity Football. Jesters!
20. 32. 43. 59. 82. 83. 68. 69. 70. 87. 66. 89. 91.
116. 125. 186. 224. 234
Soph.: Blue Jackets. Varsity Volleyball and Bas-
ketball and Soccer. Ice Skating Club. Student
Council Representative. Girls Select. Horne-
Jr.: Starlets. French Club. Ice Skating Club. JV
Basketball. Varsity Volleyball. National Honor
Society. Student Council. Concert Choir. Key
Sr.: Pres. French Club. Cheerleader. Ice Skat-
ing Club. National Honor Society. Varsity Bas-
ketball. Who's Who Among American High
School Students. Concert Choir, Jestersl. Pub
Staff Business Manager. Most Talented Run-
ner-Up. Homecoming Court.
FA LGOUT. THOMAS
FELDHOUS. CARL. Senior
119. 120. 130
FERGUSON. KATHI. Senior
FIELDS. LINDA. Senior
103.192. 193. 195. 281
174. I88.208.209. 210.300
FLEETWOOD. LIN DA. Senior
26. 54. 94. 95. 107
Soph.: Blue Jackets. French Club. Ice Skating.
Tutoring Award. "B" Honor Roll.
Jr.: Student Council.
Sr.: Secretary of Student Council. Annual Staff.
Editor. Honor Society. Honor Graduate. Senior
FLOURNOY. PEGGY. Senior
snprtf Spanish Club.
Jr.: Concert Cltoir. Bowling Club.
Sr.. Concert Choir, VOE - Outstanding Stu-
FORD. KATHY. Senior
35. 69, 78. 79, 80, 125.225
Soplt: Blue Jackets. Girls Select Choir.
Jr.: Starlets. Concert Choir. Spanish Club.
National Honor Society. Hello Dolly. Razz-
Ma-Tazz. Starlet Capers.
Sr.: Starlets - Sr. Lt.. Concert Choir. National
Honor Society. Bells Are Ringing. Raz1-Ma-
Tau. Starlets Capers. Spanish Club - Prest-
1 18. 120. 281
FOSTER. BRENDA. Senior
78. 80. 125. 225
Snplt: Blue Jackets. Treble Choir.
Jr.: National Honor Society. Concert Choir.
"B" Honor Roll.
Sr.: Starlets. Concert Choir. "B" Honor Roll.
National Honor Society.
67. 225. 97. 98
Saph.: Marching Band. Concert Band. "B"
Jr.: Marching Band. Concen Band.
Sr.: Marching Band, Concert Band. Stage
FOSTER. SAM. Senior
118. 119. 120. 225
Soph.: ROTC 1. ROTC Superior Cadet Award.
Jr.: ROTC Il.
Sr.: ROTC III. Sons of the Amencan Revolue
FOUNTAIN. TEENA. Senior
66.87. 109. 110.225
Jr..' FHA. Ffice Assistance
Sr.: FHA. Pub Staff. Student Council. IBM
Assist.. Nominee for Miss Samuell and Most
FOX. JERRY. Senior
FRAZER. PHILLIP. Senior
FRENCH. TAMI. Senior
54. 132. 226
Soph.: Blue Jackets.
Jr.: Office Education Assoc. of Amenca.
FROSCH. TIM. Senior
159. 161. 226
Soph.: B Football. Ice Skating. Woods and
Jr.: Varsity Football. Ice Skating. Woods and
Sr.: Varsity. Woods and Waters. Ice Skating.
Key Club. Tennis Club.
90. 114. 196. 274. 281
FURR. LAURA, Senior
15. 33. 34. 78. 79. 80. 91.93. 109. 125.226
Jr.: Volleyball. Soccer. Ice Skating Club. Con-
cert Choir. National Honor Society. Woods and
Waters. Blue Jackets Ur. Boardl. Musical. "B"
Honor Roll. Young Life.
Sr.: Starlets tCounciI1. National Honor Society.
Jestersl. Concert Choir. Ice Skating Club tSec-
retaryt. Student Council tPub1icity Chairmanj.
Tltespians. Prom Committee. "B" Honor Roll.
Musical fbeadl. Who's Who Among American
High School Students. Pub Staff. Young Life.
28. 29. 43. 119. 121. 128. 132
Soph.: French Club. ROTC I. "B" Honor Roll.
Jr.: French Club. ROTC l1."B" Honor Roll.
Sr.: ROTC III. Senior Superlative. Military
Queen IROTCJ. Pnncipa1's Advisory Commits
Deaf Cheerleader. Sr. Assembly.
ZARDN ER. DEBBIE. Senior
GARREN. RANDY. Senior
25. 90.93. 122.226
Jr.: Thespian. Ice Skating. Speech Club.
Sr.: Thespian. French Club. Concert Choir.
GIBSON. PEGGY. Senior
Sopll.: Girls Chorus. Blue Jackets. "B" Honor
Jr.: Girls Chorus. Blue Jackets. "B" Honor
Sr.: HECE. HERO. "B" Honor Roll.
GILLIAM. MARY. Senior
Jr.: Future Homemakers of America.
Sr.. Office Education Assoc.
GILLIAM. PAM. Senior
89. 93. 125.226
Soph.: Blue Jackets. Girls Select Choir.
Jr.- Spanish Club. Honor Society. Concert
Choir. Musical - Hello Dolly. Ra1.zvMa-Tau.
Sr.: National Honor Society, Thespians Con-
cert Chotr. Spanish Club. Musical - Bells Are
Ringing. Rau-Ma-Tau. Sr. Play - Time ol
133. 168. 258
GOBER. BRENDA. Senior
3. 11. 26. 43. 66. 70. 87. 82. 83. 94. 109. 226. 234
Soph.: Blue Jackets - Soph. Board. Ice Skat-
ing. Student Council. "B" Honor Roll.
Jr.: Starlets. Ice Skating. Student Council -
Recreation Chairman. "B" Honor Roll.
Sr.: Cheerleader. Ice Skating. Student Council
- Election Chairman. Torch Staff. Managing
Editor. Pub Staff. Prom Committee. Concert
Choir. Musical - Bells Are Ringing. "B"
Honor Roll. Senior Superlative. Who's Who
Among American High School Students.
GOM EZ. CARMEN
GOMEZ. RUDY. Senior
59. 159. 161. 21 1. 212. 226
Soplt.: Junior Varsity Football Team. JV Track.
Library Assist.. Counselors Office Helper. "B"
Sr.: Varsity Football. Varsity Track. Counselor
Ofltce Helper. Most Athletic Nominee. Schol-
arshtp to Howard Payne University. Football.
90. 194. 281,
GRAHAM. JAMES. Senior
Soph.: Letter Track. Football. Good Attend-
Jr.: Good Attendance.
110. 174. 188. 208. 209.210
GRANBERRY. JENNIFER. Senior
35. 43. 69. 78. 79. 80. 87. 124.226
Saphx Blue Jackets. Spanish Club. "Alt B"
fr.: Starlets. Nattonnal Honor Society. "ARB"
Sr.: Starlets. Lieutenant. National Honor Soci-
ety - Vice President. Starlets - Executtve
Counci1."AhB" Honor Roll.
GRAVES. JAN A. Senior
Soph.: Blue Jackets. FHA.
Jr.: Blue Jackets.
Sr.: Office Education Assoc.. Concert. "B"
GRAY. RANDY. Senior
89. 90. 114. 226
GREER. KENNETH. Senior
GREGG. JEFF. Senior
66. 90. 93. 32. 33. 43. 55. 59. 87. 227
Soph.: Band. Stage Band. Theqatans.
Jr.: Band. Stage Band. Choir. SCOA. 'Dtesl
Sr.: Stage Band. Choir. SCOA. Pub - Secti.
Editor. Superlattve. Runner-Up Most Talente-
Exchange Club. Ice Skating Club. Thespiai
Student Director Sr. Assembly.
92. 183. 184. 174. 282
GRICE. TAM MY
GRIGGS. SHA RI
128. 170. 171. 192. 193.227
Jr., Varsity Volleyball Lettered. Lettered Va
Sr 5 Prtnctpa1's Advisory Committee. Varst
Volleyball Lettered. Lettered Soccer. Trai
GUNN. TERRY. Senior
95. 106. 114. 200. 227
Snph.: B Team Baseball.
Sr.: Key Club Sheriff, Banner Team Membt
Ice Sltattng Club. Baseball Manager. Tort
Photographer. Sentinel Stall. Pub Staff. Senit
Superlattve Nominee, Sr. Announceme
18.104.22.168. 129.170. 172,183,185
85. 128. 258
42. 90.91. 159. 162.282
HANES. DAVID. Senior
HANSARD. KYLE. Senior
87. 114. 159. 162.228
Suph.: B Team Football. Ice Skating Club. Ki
Jr.. Varsity Football. Key Club. Ice Skating.
Sr.: Lcttered Varsity Football. Key Club Boar.
Ice Skating Club Treas.. Woods and Water
Announcement Committee. Pub Staff Sectic
14. 43. 56. 89. 90. 67. 124. 228
Soph.: Concert Choir. SCOA. "B" Honor Roll.
Jr: Concert Choir. SCOA. "A" Honor Rol
National Honor Society.
Sr ' Concert Choir Pres.. Nauonal Honor Soc
ety Pres.. SCOA Pres..Jesters1. "B" Honor R01
Most Likely to Succeed. Superlative.
HARGROVE. DARRELL 1
HARGROVE. JEFF I
HARGROVE. JERRY. Senior
78. 79. 81.93. 108. 109. 116. 127. 259
. 103. 110
RRIS. JAMES. Senior
:Woods and Water Cluh.
RRIS. KIM. Senior
ll.: Secretarial Club.
"'B" Honor Roll.
: MB" Honor Roll. Industry Arts tSergeant-
RRIS. MIKE. Senior
91.97. 99. 126. 228
h.: Concert Choir. Concert Band. Marching
nd. Musical "UnsinkabIe Molly Brown."
.' Stage Band. Concert Band. Marching
nd. Concert Choir. Librarian. SCOA. Hello
lly. Rau-Ma-Tazz.Al1-City Marching Band.
ltd Show 77.
. Stage Band. Concert Band. Marching
nd. Trumpet Section Leader. Concert Choir.
tersl. SCOA. National Honor Society. Rau-
-Tau. All-Ctty Marching Band. Band Show
RRIS. PAUL. Sentor
Ii.: JV Basketball. JV Baseball.
.- Varsity Basketball. Golf. Key Club.
:Varsity Basketball. BS Section.
Rants. RANDY. senior
Concert Choir Musical. Industrial Arts
.' Concert Cltotr Musical. Bowling Team.
:Concert Chorr Musical. Bowling Team.
-ARRIS. SHERRY. Senior
HOWA R D. DO UG LAS. Sentor
. 192. 193. 302
YN ES. JANY. Sentor
h.: Swim Team Mgr.. Concert Choir.
AYNES. LARRY. Senior
ELMS. KATHY. Senior
h.: Blue Jackets.
.. DECA Treasurer.
I20. 103. 120.
iRREA. SYLVIA. Senior
.. 103. 259
HILL. TERESA. Senior
Sr.: HECE. HERO.
126. 128. 229
Jr: DECA. Area Apparal and Accessories
Sr. DECA. National Honor Society. Texas
Voting Delegate at National DECA. CDC tn
HI'I'I'. TONY. Senior
26. 54. 107. 159. 162. 234. 229
HOBBS. PAULA. Senior
Soph.: Soccer. Blue Jackets. Ice Skating.
Jrf Soccer. Blue Jackets. Ice Skating.
Sr: Woods and Waters Secretary. Pub Stall.
HODGES. KATHY. Senior
HOFFMAN. JOHN. Senior
HOLCOM B. DAVID
3. 78. 81. 260
HOLLOWAY. BEVERLY. Senior
Soplt.: "A" Honor Roll 2nd and 3rd Quarter.
"B" Honor Roll 1stOuarter.
Sr. - OEA. "B" Honor Roll 2nd Quarter.
HOLMES. PATIY. Senior
78. 80. 230
Sayzh.. Blue Jackets. Bowling Team. Future Sec-
reta ries ol Amenca.
Jr Southwest Allied Youth. Clinic Assistant.
Attendance Olltce Assistant. JV Cheerleader.
Sr.. Southwest Allied Youth. Starlets. "B"
Honor Roll. Starlet ol the Week. Senior Super-
lattve Nominee. Starlet of the Year Award
HOPKINS. LAWRENCE. Senior
HORTON. RONALD. Senior
212. 211. 230
HOWARD. DAMON. Senior
159. 165. 260
HUNT. SANDRA. Senior
35. 78. 80. 231
Saph ' Blue Jackets.
Jr: Blue Jackets. French Club.
Sr. Starlets. French Club.
HUX. JESSIE. Senior
110. 130. 231
Soph.. Prestdent ol lndustnal Arts Club. Soccer.
Ir: Member of ICT and Industrial Arts Club.
National Honor Society.
Sr. Prestdent of 2nd Period FHA. National
HYDE DELLA. Senior
INGRAM. TAM MY. Senior
128. 194. 231
Soph.: Blue Jackets. Spanish Club.
Jr : Swim Team. "B" Honor Roll.
Sr : Swim Team. DE. Woods and Waters Club.
JAC KS. LARRY
JACKSON. JAMES. Senior
Soph.: Skyline CDC Carpentry.
Sr.: Speech. Drama. "Times ol Your Lite."
JACKSON. TERESA. Senior
JACOBS. RUTH ANN
JENKINS. BEVERLY. Senior
87.94. 107. 108. 109. 110. 232
Soph.: Ice Skating. Rodeo Club. Student Coun-
cil. Red Cross. Blue Jackets.
Ir.: Ice Skating - Vice-Prestdent. Student
Council. Red Cross. FHA. Latin Club. Newspa-
Srx Ice Skating. Student Council - Vtce-Presi-
dent. Red Cross. FHA. Pub Stall. Annual Stall.
Newspaper Stall. Prom Committee. "B" Honor.
103. 183. 185. 261. 284
I20. 169. 303
JOHNSON. LAURA. Senior
59. 82. 83. 66. 109. 232
Snph.: Blue Jackets. Ice Skating.
Jr.. Blue Jacket Art Director. JV Cheerleader.
Ice Skating Club. 3rd Quarter Starlet.
Sl : Cheerleader. Pub Stall. Announcement
Committee. Miss Samuell Runner-Up. Ice Skat-
ing Club. Student Council - Executive Coun-
78.8I.97. 152. I74. 188
85. 109. 110. 133
89. 127. 132. 172.262
JOHNSON. WINNIE FRED. Senior
59. 119. 121. 183. 185
Jr.. Basketball. Track. ROTC.
Sr FHA. Basketball. T rack. ROTC
JONES. BRENDA. Senior
93. 128. 232
Saph.: Blue Jackets. Girls Select.
Jr. ' Concert Choir. Musical.
Sr: Concert Choir. Pub Stall. Prtnctpal's Advi-
sory Commtttee. Thesptans. Musical.
JONES. CHERYL. Senior
JON ES. DEDRA. Senior
Saph.: Blue Jackets. "B" Honor Roll.
Junior: "B" Honor Roll Roll. VOE-OEA.
JON ES. K EN
208. 209. 303
103. 128. 303
JON ES. SCOTIY
JON ES. TERRY
JURIK. BO. Senior
KARLEN. CHARLOTTE. Senior
40. 44. 59. 87. 94. 125.232
Suph. Blue Jackets. Spanish Club. "A"
Jr.. Blue Jackets 1Juntor Boardl. National
Honor Society. "A" Honor Roll. Outstanding
Student Award tSctencel. Delegate to
Nuclear Science Symposium.
Sr.: National Honor Society. Concert Cltotr.
TORCH Stall ICopy Edttort. Outstandt g Stu
dent Award lEngItshl. "A" Honor Roll. "Bells
Are Ringing." Rau-Ma-Tau. Pub Stall. Senior
Superlattve. Senior Favorite Runner-Up IMost
Likely to Succeedl. High Honor Graduate.
KEAH EY. ANNE
KENDALL. SCOTT. Senior
6. 24. 84
Soph. ' Woods and Waters Club.
Sr Banner Team. All School Play.
103. 133. 303
14. 42. 91
KINCY. LISA. Senior
87, 216. 232
Ir ' Young Ltle.
Sr. Ice Skating Club. Sr. Class Secretary. Pub
Stall. Student Council. Announcement
mittee. Ltle Leadership.
KONCAK. KIM. Senior
31.44. 78. 79. 80. 109. 125. 232
Suph.. Blue Jackets. Los Conqutstadores.
Jr.. Jr Varstty Cheerleader. National
Sr : FHA. BS Section. TORCH Stall.
LaMONT.AMBER. Sensor -
100. 101. 102. 128
Soph.: Girls Select Choir. Blue Jackets. Tennis
Jr.: Blue Jackets. Concert Chosr. Tennis Team.
A'HelIo Dolly." DECA Olympics.
Sr Concert Choir. Blue Jacket Officer. DECA
Olltcer. DE. "Bells Are Ringing."
LAND. SANDRA. Sensor
LAND. SAUNDRA. Sensor
LASTER. YVETTA. Sensor
129. 194. 197
182. 303. 207
LEH EW. DARLA
78. 81. 93. 263
LEIGH ANN. Sensor
Soph 'Blue Jackets. Girls Select Chotr.
Jr.. Ice Skating Club. Concert Choir.
SL: Ice Skating Club. VOE. Concert Choir,
LIEVSAY. SAMMY. Sensor
Saph., Soccer. Key Club. Young Ltle. Ice Skat-
Jr. Key Club. President Woods and Waters.
Young Lsle. Ice Skating Club.
Sr.: Key Club. Young Lsle. Woods and Waters.
Sensor Assembly Committee. Newspaper. Pub
LINDSEY. JAMES. Sensor
Sr. Achievement - Tutoring.
LOLLER. KENNY. Sensor
155. 159. 163. 233
Soph.. JV Football.
Jr: Varsity Football,
Sr: Outstanding Achievement, Metal Shop.
LONG. KARLA. Sensor
Saph.: Blue Jackets. "B"Honor Roll
Jr.: JV Cheerleader. HECE.
LONG. LARRY. Sensor
LONG. RANDALL. Sensor
LOPEZ. LINDA, Sensor
102. 103. 263
sopfr.. Tract. saowsrrrg.
sr.. aowsarrg. Hara.
Lowe. tum. serrarr
Soplt: Blue Jackets.
Sr .4 Deck. DECA Photographer,
Soph. ' "B" Honor Roll.
Jr: Health Magnet School. "B" Honor Roll.
Tahos Club Parliamentarian.
SL: HECE. HERO. Best Actress Award, Job
2.59. 159. 107, 162. 163. 234. 359
MACON, ANDY. Senior
102. 103. 286
MAGEORS. MARILYN. Sensor
MALONE. MIKE. Sensor
159. 163,2II,2I6.213. 235
Svph: B Team Football. Varssty Track. Ice
Jr J Varssty Football. Varsity Track. Ice Skating
Sr: Varsity Football. Varsity Track. Varsity
Baseball. Senior Class Vice-President. Pub
Stall. Ice Skating Club. Woods and Water
Club. Prom Committee.
MARDER. DAN. Senior
Jr: Varsity Baseball. Varssty Football. Woods
Sr: Varssty Football, Varssty Baseball, Woods
MARKHAM. LAURIE. Sensor
87. 100. 194. 235
Saphx Blue Jackets. Ice Skating Club. Gtrls
Select Chorus. Swim Team Manager.
Jr' Blue Jackets Jr, Board. Ice Skatsng Club.
Woods and Water Club. Swsm Team Manager.
Sr.: Blue Jacket. V,-President. Ice Skating.
Woods and Water. Swim Team Manager, Pub
Stall. Sr. Announcement Committee.
MARLEY. MELISSA. Sensor
MARTIN. JENNIFER. Sensor
20. 85. 274. 286
169. 207. 295. 304
159. 198. ZCXJ
McCALLUM. DONALD, Sensor
McCA RTER. DAVID
21 1. 2 I 2
McCL EN DON. RAN DY. Sensor
94.98. I14,99. 140.236
Soph.. Marching Band. Concert Band
.lr ' Lab Band. Marching Band. Concert Band.
Music on Stage '77,
Sr. Lab Band. Marching Band. Concert Band.
TCQRCH Stall tlayout Edstorl. Mussc on Stage
McCI.EN DON. LA DONA
McCl.EN DON. TER ESA
McCLUNG. RANDY. Sensor
McCORMACK. JOAN. Sensor
40.44. 78, 79. 80. 89. 91. 93. 122. 125. 237. 69. 68
Supls Spanish Club. Blue Jackets. Gsrls Select.
Jr.. National Honor Society. Blue Jac1rets4Jun-
tor Boardl. Concert Chotr. --Hello Dolly."
Rau-Ma-Tazz. Thesptans. Cht1dren's Play.
Sr National Honor Socsety. Starlets tCounct1J.
Concert Choir. Jestersl. "Bells Are Ringing"
lAccompantst1. Razz-Ma-Tazz. Thespsans
tOfIscer1. High Honor Graduate,
22. 104. 304
MCCUISTON. LISA. Sensor
Soplr: Girls Select Choir. Blue Jackets. Ice
Jr.: JV Cheerleader. Concert Choir. Ice Skatsng
Club. "B" Honor Roll.
Sr.: Allied Youth. Concert Choir, FHA.
Library Assistant. "B" Honor Roll. BS Section.
2. 18. 33. 96. 136. 285
McDONALD. JON. Senior
Sr.: DEC A.
MCDONALD. KIM, Senior
24. 26. 93. 94. 95. 237. 98
Soph.: Marching Band. Concert Band. Music
Jr.: Marching Band. Concert Band. Music on
Sr.: Thespians. TORCH Staff llndex Edttorj.
Marching Band, Concert Band. Sr. Play. One-
Act Play tLead1.
MARTINEZ. BERTHA. Senior
MARTINEZ. LUIS. Senior
17. 108. 109. 129. 236
MARTINEZ. MONICA. Senior
Sn: HERO. HECE.
MARTIN Fl. RICHARD. Senior
Sr: Industrial Arts. BS Section.
Jr.. Woods and Water Club Treasurer. Key
Club. Young Ltle.
Sr.: Woods and Water Club Treasurer. Key
Club Sensor Board, Young Lile,
103. 194. 295. 304
McCA LL. CHARLOTTE. Sensor
78. 80. 236
Sophq Blue Jackets. Spanish Club.
Sr.. Starlets. Attendance Ollsce.
McGAHA. RICKY. Sensor
Soph., Ist Place sn Car Show. "B" Honor Roll.
Jr.: Bowling. Ice Skating Club. Znd Place tn Car
Show. "B" Honor Roll.
Sr.. Bowling. TAG. MB" Honor Roll.
McGAH EY. DAVID. Sensor
McGAH EY. YVONN E
MCILORY. CINDY. Sensor
McKNIGHT. TONY. Sensor
99. 194. 286
MCKINNIE. BRIAN. Sensor
24. 25. 87. 90. 91. 93. 59.122. 237. 68. 98
McLEROY. SANDRA. Sensor
93. 97. 99. 237
Saph: Marching Band. Girls Select. Bowling.
Thespians. Musical. Sr. Play. Children's Play
One-Act Play. Concert Band. Band Show
lr.: Stage Band Concert Choir. Thespians. Sr
Play. Chi1dren's Play. Musical. Band tSectiot
Leader and Secretaryl. Concert Band. Banc
Show, All-City Band. Razz-Ma-Tau.
Sn: Musical. Concert Choir. Thespians. Stags
Band lSecretaryl. Marching Band. Concer
Band lsecretaryl, Sr. Pub. Band Show lBusines:
I 16. 132. 265
MECHE. SHERYL. Sensor
59. 71. 78. 80. 79. 89. 93. 237
MELVIN. DEBORAH. Senior
M ETAYER. JEAN
20. 39. 55. 78.81. 109.265
JL: "B" Honor Roll.
92. 102. 103.286
MILLER. JOE. Sensor
MILLER, MARILYN. Sensor
69. 44. 78. 79. 80. 126, 237
Snph.: French Club. Blue Jackets tSoph.
Boards. International Club. Ice Skating Club.
Jr.: French Club l5ecretaryl. Blue Jackets Ur.
Boardl. Ice Skating Club. Intematsonal Club.
Sr.: Starlets fCouncs11. Latsn Club. Foreign
Exchange Student. Superlative. National Honor
MILLER. PAU LA. Sensor
Snph., Blue Jackets.
Jr ' TORCH Stall.
Sr.: Ice Skating Club. FHA. TORCH Stall. "B"'
MILLER. rsttcur. Sensor 1
iss. 231 1
Sophp B-Team Football Mg.. Key Club, B-
Jr.: Varsity Football Mgr.. Varssty Baseball.
Mgr.. Key Club. 1
Sr.. Varssty Football Mgr.. Varssty Basketball
Mgr.. Varssty Baseball Mgr.. Key Club.
159. 198. 163.201, 265. 206. 359. 204
MIXON. CINDY.Sensor .
Sr..'0EA. "B" Honor Roll. s
MOHN. ROBBYE. Sensor
28. 118. 119. 120. 126.237
Saph.: French Club. ROTC Rille Team. "A Rc
B" Honor Roll.
lr.: ROTC Superior Cadet. "ALB" Honor Roll.
Sr.: National Honor Society. ROTC Superior
Cadet. Achievement Award tROTCJ. Washing-
ton D.C. Trip.
MOLOCK. BELINDA. Sensor
16. 159. 163. 181. 287
159. 160. 163. 164. 176. 177. 178. 179. 201. 266.
ONTGOM ERY. JOE. Senior
2. 103. 194. Z87
Woods and Waters Club. Ice Skating Club.
r.: First Place Drawing in VICA.
OORE. KATHY. Senior
oph.: Blue Jackets.
OORE. MARY. Senior
aph.: Blue Jackets 1Sophomore Boardj.
OORE. RAN DY
OORE. ROB ERT
IORELAN D. LAURIE
7. 38. 78.81.91 114. 127. 129. 197.266
3. 194. 305
0.23. 39.103, 104. 105. 109. 305
AORRIS. RHON DA
7. 183. 184. 185. 287
UEPHY. JEANETTE. Senior
YERS. JO ANN
. 95. 99. 287
EL. ANTHONY. Senior
LSON. JEFF. Senior
6. 179. 238
-vph.: "B" Team Basketball.
.' Varsity Basketball.
EWHOUSE. NANCY. Senior
'. 120. 238
EWSOM. DANA. Senior
EWSOM E. HENRY
I. 169. 207. 306
r.: HECE. FHA. HERO.
2 114. 194288. 117
IICHOLS. TIMOTHY, Senior
IOBRE. RICKY. Senior
1ioRRts. oavto. senior
59. 162. 163. 21 l.2l2. 239
Toph.: Football. Track. Woods and Water.
r.: Football. Track. Woods and Waters. Bowl
ir.: Football. Track. Woods and Waters 1Vtce-
'residenty Bowling Club.
JDOM. DEBBIE. Senior
14. 78. 79. 80. 87. 126. 129. 239. 69
Kapil.: Blue Jackets. Ice Skating Club. Girl
Select Choir. Student Council.
Jr.: Concert Choir. Blue Jackets Secretary. Ice
Skating Club. Musical.
Sr.: Starlets 1CounciIl. Latin Club Secretary. Ice
Skating Club. National Honor Society. Superla-
tive. Concert Choir, Musical.
OLIVER. RANDY. Senior
1 15, 288
PARKER. LEAH. Senior
92. 93. 116. 288
PARTINGTON. BRYON. Senior
PASCHA LL, BREIT
PASCHALL. MARK. Senior
59. 159.164, 211.213, 239
Soph.: JV Football. Varsity Track 1Shot Puttl,
Math Tutor. Student Council.
lr.: Varsity Football, Varsity Track 1Dtscus1.
Key Club, Student Council.
Sr.: Varsity Football. Varsity Track 1Discus1.
Woods and Waters. Football Scholarship.
159. 164. 288
PATE. EDDY. Senior
PATT. MYLEN D
14. 15.33. 49. 90. 127. 159. 164. 176. 178. 179.
22. 23. 97. 306
PAYNE AU DRA. Senior
Soph.: Blue Jackets.
Jr..' FHA Treasurer.
Sr.: FHA Historian.
PEARSON. JAMIE. Senior
87. IM. 101.240
267, 201. 203
PEEL. KAREN, Senior
Soph.: Blue Jackets - Soph. Board. Spanish
Jr.: Blue Jackets - Junior Board.
Sr.: Pub Staff. Prom Committee. Student Coun-
ct1,Sentor Favorite Nominee.
PENA. FELIX. Senior
6. 86. 241
Sr.: Deaf Cheerleader. "B" Honor Roll.
159.164, 211.212, 267
PETERSON, PATRICIA, Senior
PHILLIPS. AI... Senior
3. 4. 56. 84, 114, 239. 240
Scph.: JV Baseball,
JI.: Key Club. Industrial Arts Club.
Sr.: Spartan Image. Wood Shop Award. Key
Club Board. Ice Skating Club. Prom Committee
I I8. 121
PHILLIPS. MARK. Senior
159. I65. 240
Soph.: Football Team.
Jr.: Varsity Football Team,
Sn: Varsity Football Team.
55. 159. I65. 211.212, 213
PtPRtNs. SANDRA. senior
az. 91, zse
POLK. ROBERT '
Soph.: FHA. Blue Jackets. Choir.
Ir.: "B" Honor, Blue Jackets. FHA - Vice-
Pruident. HERO. Child Development.
Sr.: Home Economics. Cooperative Education.
POUND, LISA. Senior
18. 20. 82. 172. 173. 187. 208. 209. 210. 233. 239.
Saph.: Athletics. Sophomore Favonte. Home-
lr.: Athletics. Homecoming Court.
Sr.: Athletics, Cheerleader. Most Athletic,
POWELL. KAY. Senior
110. 128, 240
78.81. 109. 289
PRIDE. RANDY. Senior
I 19. 121. 240
PRIMM. KIMBERLY. Senior
Soph.: Blue Jackets.
PR YOR. TON Y
PURDY. ANNE'I'I'E. Senior
22. 23. 105. 169. 182. 207. 307
RAMIREZ. BEN. Senior
RAMSEY. SHERYL. Senior
RAN DALI.. CHER1
zss v '
READ. PHYLLIS. Senior
15. 16, S8.66.91. 67.93. 108, 109. 241
Sopll: Thespians. Girls Select. Band. American-
Field Service Club.
Jr.: Jesters!. Concert Choir, Lead in the Musi-
cal, Minor Lead in the Senior Play. Who's Wlto
Among American High School Students. Stu-
dent Council. Thespians. AFS Club. Band.
Sr.: Jesters!, Concen Choir. Lead in the Musi-
cal. Lead in the Senior Play. Who's Who
Among American High School Students. Stu-
dent Council W Secretary. Thespians, Most
34, 78. 81. 127. 250.268
REDMON D. ROBERT
78. 81. 268
168. 21 I. 212. 289
REN EGAR, PAM. Senior
128. I 1 I, 241
REYES, PHILLIS. Senior
Sepia: Blue Jackets. Ice Skating Club. Yotutg
Life. Valentine Coun.
Jr.: Starlet. FHA, Ice Skating. Bowling, Valen-
tine Court. Homecoming Court. Life Leader-
Sr,.- FHA. Red Cross f Representative.
R EYNOSO. ADRIAN
RH EA. CATHY
R HODES. ROBERT
R HODES. TRAVIS
RIDDLES. SCOTT. Senior
87, 107. 196. 241
Saph.: Student Council, Woods and Waters.
Key Club. Golf. Concert Choir, Sophomore
Favonte. "B" Honor Roll.
Jr.: Key Club. Student Council. Woods and
Waters. Concert Choir. Ice Skating. Golf. "B"
sf.: Newspaper sun. crfeanor Pub, woods
and Waters. Golf. Ice Skating. "B" Honor Roll.
I 10. 121,290
RIGGS. LEE ANN
129. 307. 197
169, 165. 167. 268
29. 118. 120. 268
ROBIN SON. CHA ROLET. Senior
I 16. 241
lr.: Concert Choir. French Club.
Sr.: Concert Choir. French Club.
ROGERS. KLAY. Senior
4. 11. 18. 25. 26. 45. 59. 67. 68. 84. 90. 94. 95.
126. 190. 241.356
Soph.. Concert Choir, SCOA. Student Council
Officer. Soccer. B-Team Baseball, Key Club,
Jr,.' Concert Choir. SCOA. Soccer. TORCH
Photographer. Newspaper Staff.
Sr .' Jesters!. Concert Choir. SCOA. Ofticer.
Banner Team. Annual Photographer. Newspa-
per Stall. Musical R Lead. Senior Superlative.
National Honor Society. Wittiest Nominee.
Senior Assembly Master of Ceremonies. Sr. Pub
StaII. Sr. Assembly Committee.
ROSE. KNOLLIS. Senior
17. 26. 38. 55. 57. 67. 94. 68. 107. 191. 216. 241
Sophn Concert Choir. Nose Club. Musical.
Jr.: Student Council f Treasurer. Concert
Choir. Musical. SCOA. Razz-Ma-Tau.
Sr.: Class President. Editorial Editor 3 Jour-
nalism. Concert Choir. Musical. Witttest.
SCOA. Sr. Assembly - M.C. Varsity Soccer
Team. Hall Patrol,
gigh.: Recreational Achievements Award in
Jr,: French Club.
ROYALL. CARLA. Senior
Jr.: HB" Honor Roll
114. 183. 186. 308
SCOTT. LOLON A
SCOTT. PAUL DOUGLAS
39. 168. 181. 290. 198. 203. 201
SCRIBNER. JULIE. Senior
SHELTON. RHON DA
Suph.: Blue Jackets. Skyline Commercial Art 1.
VICA State Winner,
Jr. ' Skyline Commercial Art II. VICA Winner.
Sr.: Visual Arts Magney. Starlets. IYC City 5 -
lst 3 - 2nd Zone 3 -- Ist 1 -- 2nd Interna-
tional 2 -lst 1- 2nd. Sentinal Art Editor.
118. 121. 291
SHIRLEY. RENE. Senior
100. 128. 243. 59
Soph.: Blue Jackets.
Jr., President DECA. Blue Jackets.
SL' President DECA. Blue Jackets President,
President Dallas DECA President Council,
State DECA Gtrl Student ol the Year. Dallas
Sale Marketing Executive Scholarship Winner.
25. 93. 291. 98
22. 105. 169. 21 1. 212. 308. 194
SIMMONS. CINDY. Senior
SIRLS. WILLIE. Senior
59. 45. 108. 109. 110.243
SISLER. ARACELY. Senior
SAMPSON, LORI. Senior
SANDERS. LINDA. Senior
SAN DERSON. SALLY. Senior
10. 15. 16, 33. 34. 67. 78. 87. 93. 106. 122. 216.
Saph.: Sr. Play. Thesptans. Latin Club. One-Act
Play. Children's Play. Speech Club.
Jr J Concert Choir. Prtnctpa1's Advisory Com-
mittee. Thespians. Speech Club Musical. News-
paper Staff. Sr. Play. One-Act Play. Cht1dren's
Sr: Sr. Class Officer. Starlets. Speech Club.
Thespians 3 Pres.. Concert Choir. Pub Staff.
News Editor - Sentinel. Music on Stage. Wttti-
14.15. 24. 89. 90, 91. 116. 269
SANDLIN. RAN DY
159. 165. 269
89. 90. 97. 290
SCHMIDTH. RENE. Senior
159. 165. 242
105. 174. 309
SLAYDEN. SUSIE. Sentor
57. 78. 80. 87. 126.244
Xuph: Blue Jackets, French Club. Student
Jr. ' Blue Jackets. Jr. Board. OEA.
Sr.: Starlets. National Honor Society. Senior
Assembly Committee. Senior Pub Staff. Most
SLOAN, RAY DEL. Senior
208. 209. 210. 291
SMITH. GEORGIA. Senior
31, 34. 78. 79, 80. 126.243
SMITH. JAMES. Senior
17. 20. 39. 100. 109. 110. 250. 270
90, 129. 197
102, 103, 106. 291
22. 103. 174. 188.309
SMITH. TIM. Senior
Saphx Art Club. Talented and Gifted Program
Jr.: DECA. State Finalist - Studies in Market-
tng. Art Club. Area Winner tn Studies in Mar-
keting f- DECA.
Sr.: DECA. Club Historian - DECA.
SN EED. SANDRA
SPAINHOUER, CHANA G.
24. 26. 69. 93. 94. 97. 99. 125. 132. 147. 151. 244.
Saphu' Concert Band. Marching Band. Band
Show. Sign Language Club. "A" Honor Roll.
Jr.: Marching Band. Concert Band. Band
Show, Yearbook Stall. Thespians, The Chil-
dren's Play. National Honor Society, Bible
Credit Award. "A" Honor Roll.
Sr' Marching Band, Concert Band. Band
Show. Thespians, National Honor Society.
"The Time of Your Life" Y Sr. Play. Dallas All
City Marching Band. Office Education Assoc..
"A" Honor Roll. Graduate With High Honors,
TORCH StaII Editor.
SPENCER. IRA. Senior
SPURR. SHARON. Senior
40. 45. 69. 78. 79. 80, 87. 93. 124.244
Soph.:Gtr1s Select Choir. Blue Jackets
Jrx Blue Jackets. Jr. Board. Concert Choir.
"Hello Dolly." Thespians. UA" Honor Roll.
National Honor Society. The Children' s Play.
Sr: Starlets -- Council, Senior Superlative.
National Honor Society - Treasurer. Thespi-
ans. Pub Stall - Section Editor. Concert Choir.
Outstanding Student Award - Social Studies.
Who's Who Among American High School
Students. "A" Honor Roll. Graduate With
High Honors. "Bells are Ringing."
STEGALL. SHERRY. Senior
Soph.: Blue Jackets.
Jr. ' "B" Honor Roll. OEA.
Sr.: "B" Honor Roll. OEA.
STEPHENS. MITZI. Senior
3.18. 19. 20. 39. 82, 83. 244
Soph.: Blue Jackets. Athletics.
Jr.: Blue Jackets. Athletics. FHA.
Sr, Cheerleader. FHA. Basketball. Homecom-
STEWART. DON. Senior
45. 84, 126. 245
Jr. ' Cheerleader lor the Deal.
Sr.. Banner Team. Ice Skating Club. Latin
Club. National Honor Society. Senior Superla-
tive. Honor Roll.
STEWART. PAULA. Senior
Jr : Concert Choir. Sign Language.
Sr, ' Concert Choir. French Club. OEA.
5, 11. 18. 25. 90.91. 93. 96. 127. 270
STOUT. JESSIE. Senior
Snph: Varsity Soccer. B-Team Baseball. Indus
tnal Arts Club.
Jr.: Varsity Soccer.
Sf" VUSIIY SOCCCI. Woods and Waters Clu
STOVALL. SHON. Senior
STRANG E. TOMMY
STRATTON. RANDY. Senior
14. 15.90, 127, 176. 180.271
22. 169. 204.205.206. 207
SWINDLE. PEGGY. Senior I
21. 38. 39. 45. 56. 68. 78. 79. 80, 89. 93. 109. 126.
Soph.: Student Council Representative, Blue
Jackets ISophomore Boardt. FHA Secretary.
:Jalentine Court. Sophomore Favorite Runner-
Jn: Student Council Representative. Starlets.
Ice Skating Club. Spanish Club. Hello Dolly
Choreographer. Concert Choir. Starlet Capers,
Sr.: Student Council Representative. Ice Skat-
ing Club. Starlets Captain. Starlet Capers.
Who's Whom American Drill Team. All Amer-
tcan Drill Team. Rau-Ma-Tau. Concert Choir
Secretary. Senior Advisory Committee. Pub
Slafl Section Editor. Prtnctpal's Advisory Com-
mittee. Prom Committee. Thesptans. Band
Show. DAR Nominee. Bells Are Ringing
Choregrapher. Sweetheart Queen. Senior Super-
lative. National Honor Society. Miss Samuell.
TATE. BRIAN. Senior
Soph.: Blue Jackets
118. 120. 292
TAYLOR. snaaow. senior
svpf. ante mists. student Council vice-ms.
rdem - soph. cuss.
isa. 310 1
TEE1.. ANN 1
TEMPLE. van 1
THOMAS. CHRIS. Senior
Soph.: "AHB" Honor Roll. Lettered Soccer. I
Jr.: "AHB" Honor Roll. Lettered Soccer.1
Industrial Arts, ArtC1ub. 1
Sr.: "B"Honor Roll. Captain Soccer Team. Art
Club. Art Director in Puh Stall. Senior Assem-
THOMAS. DEBBIE. senior
THOMAS. PHILLIP. Senior
54. 190. 191.246
Sophn Varsity Soccer. First Letter.
Jr, .' Varsity Soccer. Second Letter.
Sr,: Varsity Soccer. Third Letter.
THOMAS. PHYLLIS. Senior
54. 132. 246
Soph.: Ice Skating Club.
Jr. 5 Ice Skating Club. OEA I Club.
Sr.: Ice Skating Club. OEA II Club. Woods and
Water Club. .
THOMPSON. BRUCE, Senior
OMPSON. KIM. Senior
li.: Blue Jackets.
OMPSON. TERRI. Senior
LERY. CARL. Senior
55. 87. 107. 159. 166. 221
DORA. TRACI. Senior
AM EL. DENNIS. Senior
AM EL. RHON DA
ANTHAM. ROBIN. Senior
87. 89. 80. 186.247
- Blue Jackets. Soccer Lettered. Ice Skating
b. Concert Choir.
.' Starlets. Ice Skating Club. Concert Choir.
. 133. 310
159. 166. 167. 190. 198. 204. 250. 2117. 206.
EVINO. ROBERT. Senior
A Won 2nd in District VICA.
' Deaf Ed. Cheerleader. "B" Honor Roll.
g ol Deal Valentine Dance. Won District
Went to State in Plastics tV1CAt,
OTTER. LARRY. Senior
ICKER. CAREY. Senior
67. 106. 126. 159. 166. 198. 205. 247. 359
ph ' JV Football. JV Basketball. Varsity
seball. Key Club. "B" Honor Roll.
: Varsity Football. Varsity Baseball. Key
Ib. Sentinel Stall. "B" Honor Roll. Ice Skat-
: Varsity Football. Varsity Soccer. Varsity
Eeball. Editor of Sentinel. Treasurer of Key
b. National Honor Society. Outstanding
tdent in Journalism. "B" Honor Roll. Super-
ive. Most Athletic. Quill and Scroll Society.
ILEY. MIKE. Senior
S, 59. 69, 132.247
nh.: "B" Honor Roll. Bowling Club.
' National Honor Society. "B" Honor Roll,
-ytas Science Symposium. Tennis.
: "AA'zB" Honor Roll. Vice-President VOE.
tional Honor Society.
IRNER. KAREN. Senior
IRNIPSEED. RUSSELL. Senior
'LER. DARRELL. Senior
59. 109. 159. 166
: Student Council. Letterman in Football.
nner-Up for Mr. Samuell. PAC Member.
I. 168. 293
I. 187. 293
IN HORN. Jess
.N svckuz. cotus
i. 172. ioz. wa
208. 209. 210
VAUGHN. ROGER. Senior
Soph.: B-Team Basketball.
Jr.: Varsity Basketball
Sr.: Varsity Basketball.
VELA. VINCENT. Senior
65. 87. 107. 109. 159.247
Soph.: Key Club. "B"Team Basketball. B-Team
Football Mgr., Ice Skating. "B" Honor Roll.
.lr..- Key Club. Varsity Basketball Mgr.. Ice
Skating. Student Council. Wood and Water.
"B" Honor Roll.
Sr: Varsity Football Mgr.. Varsity Basketball
Mgr.. Student Council. Woods and Waters.
Newspaper Staff. "B" Honor Roll
VICK. CINDY. Senior
78. 79. 80. 126. 132. 247
Soph: Blue Jackets. Ice Skating Club. Spanish
Club. "B"Honor Roll.
Jr.. Starlets. Ice Skating Club. Spanish Club.
"B" Honor Roll.
Sr.: Starlets, Woods and Waters. Ice Skating
Club. National Honor Society. OEA 1. "B"
VICKERS. LISA. Senior
Snph.: Blue Jackets. Girls Select.
Jr.: Concert Choir. Blue Jackets tJunior Boardl.
Sr.: Blue Jackets Officer. FHA.
169. 198. 206
VINES. GREG. Senior
26. 106. 107. 114
Soplt.. Ice SkatingCluh. Football Mgr.
Jr.: Ice Skating Club -- President. Soccer.
Football W Head Mgr.. Key Club.
Sr.: Ice Skating Club - President. Woods and
Water. Soccer. Newspaper Staff.
92. 93. 293
WAC KE'I'l'. JEFF
114. 168. 207. 271
109. 195. 272
103. 110. 129.310
WALDROUP. DEBBIE. Senior
87.94. 95. 126. 129.247
Soph.. Blue Jackets. Spanish Club. "B" Honor
Jr.. Blue Jackets - Junior Board. Delegate to
Nuclear Science Symposium. "B" Honor Roll.
Sr Annual. Pub StaII. Honor Society. "B"
Honor Roll. Bowling Club. Superlative Nomi-
nee. Honor Graduate. Library Assistant.
90. 194. 293
78.81. 129, 250. 272
WALLACE. MIKE. Senior
WALLER. RICKY. Senior
WALTON. DONNA. Senior
WATKINS. CYNDEE. Senior
Suph : Soph. Homecoming Court. Valentine
Court. Swim Team?
Jr: Jr. Homecoming Court. Valentine Court.
Swim Team. "B" Honor Roll.
Sr. VOE. Swim Team.
22. 169. 275. 311
WATSON. JAMES. Senior
159. 166. 206. 272
WAY. MARK. Senior
WEBER. DAVID. Senior
35.78. 81. 272
WELCH. THOMAS. Senior
39. 55. 87. 248
Soph.: HERO-FHA. "B" Honor Roll.
Ir: HERO-FHA. "B" Honor.
Sr.: Home Economics. HERO.
190. 191. 21 1
I 10. 31 1
WELLS. VICKI. Senior
55. 87. 94. 95. 114. 125. 69. 248
Soph.: Library Assistant.
Jr.: TORCH Stall. National Honor Society.
"B" Honor Ro11.UlL Typing Competition.
Sr.: TORCH Stall. National Honor Society. Ice
Skating Club. Pub Stall. Superlative Nominee.
"A" Honor Roll. High Honor Graduate.
WENTL, TER ESA. Senior
Saph.: Concert Band. Marching Band. "B"
Jr: Concert Band. Marching Band. "B" Honor
Roll. OEA. VOE.
Srx Concert Band. Marching Band. "B"Honor
Roll. VOE. OEA.
WEST. CATHY. Senior
11. 82. 87. 59. 110. 114. 248
Saph. Blue Jackets.
Jr: Ice Skating.
Sr Pub Stall. Ice Skating Club. Cheerleader.
85. 183. 187
WHEELER. LOIS. Senior
Soph. Blue Jackets. Girls Select Choir
WHITE. ELIZABETH. Senior
Jr.: Deaf Ed. Cheerleader Altemate.
Jr.: National Honor Society.
Sr.: OEA. PTA Scholarship.
WHITEHEAD. KATHY. Senior
Soph.. Blue Jackets. "B" Honor Roll.
Jr.: "B" Honor Roll.
Sr.: "B" Honor Roll.
Snph.: Soccer. Football. Industrial Arts Club.
Jr.: Soccer. Industnal Arts Club.
188. 208. 209. 210
WILLIAMSON. PAT. Senior
179. 178. 180
169. 31 1
21 1. 212.273
WILSON. DOUG. Senior
63. 128. 249
Sr.: Banner Team. DE. DECA Area Conven-
tion lrving. DECA State Convention San Anto-
102. 103. 127.273
WOOD. RONNIE. Senior
39. 159. 167. 211. 212. 213
32. 78. 81. 89. 93. 294
WOOLVERTON. DERRELL, Senior
Soph.. Blue Jackets. "B" Honor Roll.
Jr 1 "B" Honor Roll.
WOOTON. TON YA
103. 31 1
WORD. DARLEN E
WYNN. MALCOM. Senior
YANDELL. CARLA. Senior
87. 100. 101. 102. 126.249
Soph.. "B" Honor Roll. Blue Jackets Y Jr.
Board. Concert Choir. Spanish Club.
Sr : "B" Honor Roll. National Honor Society.
Sr. Board. Blue Jackets. Industrial Arts Club -
Secretary. Allied Youth. Sr. Pub Co-Editor.
35. 78.81. 273
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