W W Samuell High School - Torch Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

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M. , ,rL.W.., ,, .. . ., ., W Q, ,G fy ,M -3 gmy ., ,. ., .,,..,. . . , N., 3 Qs 1,4 ,-H 15 1. ms-ff zz 'm.:-e-fff- as, --f,-2-mg:5,:z.:w,w::: iwhw?asmeM1513,455,-smfkfgfl,akeswwwi:-gf:H14.54.' H Q- f:,,.:1f,,1-Sgy?-w fQ,:g1fw:s,issL5wf!wiybygizwf:-ff--w::f:5: Mgqigggg-g,,2 L .wi ' 3 in,affiwff2f2H1aslw?fs2m2ix3xE1rAw.E5z313eg35e:S?25eifesigfxz,.is :S Qfksum. The Wil Samuel! lligh School C.oncer+ Choir' proudly presenis : Qs Wixiy 5 1 U. x nvv W sf xg I I ' , - h 'I -'SLN ' like I I fy - . 'e' 1.1-Q . ' X -3' 4 'K S '62 at f XX J. ' The Concert Choir opens the show with "Comedy Tonight." , r' Y -1:53 On Friday, September 29, the Con- cert Choir presented the seventh annual Razz-Ma-Tazz variety show in the W. W. Samuell auditorium. The show was directed by choir director Clements B. Crooks. The show fea- tured singing, dancing, and comedy. Emcees for this year's show were Bud Delk and Eddie Ward. Student direc- tors were Mike Collins and Sherri Cook. The accompanists were Kelli Burns, Carol Woolbright, Jennifer Parks, Lisa Barger and Keith Emberlin. Eddie Ward gets the show on the road. Bud Delk proves his talent as a comedian Yvette Gaylord and Louann Champion dance to "None of Us Are Here." Roxanne Young blows "Bubble Gum Blues." sr Pleasant Grove's own Weekend Update is done by Roxanne Young, Carol Woolbright. and Chuck Hesson. The emcees have a last minute talk with the Olympic Hide and Seekers, Sherri Cook and Mike Collins. Terry Wackett dresses up for the show. Alaina McCoy sings "Just For Tonight." Vickey Greer sings the ever popular "Emo- tions." Debbie Starrett proves to Eric Wynn that she's a "Woman" Mark Manley and Kathy Baker are "Born To Be Alive." The Olympic Hide and Seek ends in a tie. Bobby Pitts, the gambler, tells the audience his story. Raymond Smith tells the audience about Copper Clappers. Billy Lile likes that "Chantilly Lace." Phillip Elery and Mike Ham reveal their feelings about underclassmen. r i The JESTERS! sing "That's Entertainment." it Marcus Herring shows his "Emotions" at the piano. Kyle Lester and friends dance to the music. GenafHawkins calls the signals. Allen Robinson thinks he's an "angel." Betsy McGuffey is "Looking Through the Eyes of Love." Steve Radney entertains with "Time in a Bottle." Debbie McDaniel finishes "l2th Street Rag Senior "Women" sa "Graduation or Bust. Y v l Teachers Reveal Talent l On Friday, October 26, the annual PTA-Faculty talent show was presented in the W.W. Samuell audi- torium. Featured acts performed by parents and teachers consisted of singing, dancing, and comedy. The show also contained a performance by the rock 'n roll band "Storm," which is comprised of Samuell grads. The proceeds were designated to help pay for Senior expenses. if 7 HQ61 ff Mx 1 Ms. Rhoads and Mr. McRae "Gong" Ms. Walker. Ms. Sauls sings "You Are So Beautiful." Ms. Phelps and Ms. Peterson sing about life in the Grove Ms. Thomas, Ms. Allen, Ms. Reed, Ms. Adair, Ms. Pullen, and Ms. Bob gossip in the teach- ers' lounge. Carol Burnett look-a-like Ms. Walker closes the show Ms. Cost dances to the music Thespians Present Scapino! The cast sings as Geronte looks smug. Scapino becomes Long John Silver. PN Scapino "saves" Geronte by concealing him in a sack. Giacinta lays one on her man, Ottavio. The Thespians presented Sca- pinol at U.I.L. competition on March 28 at Hillcrest. They also lpresented it with two other plays at Samuell May 3. The cast was as follows: Scapino - Darryl Jordan, Sylvestro - Phillip Smith, Ottavio - Nick Silva, Leandro - Billy Lile, Argante - Joe Sullivan, Geronte - Steve Cain, Zerbinetta -'Amber Leff- ingwell, Giacinta - Louann Champion, Nerine - Michelle Saucier, Headwaiter - Steve Sherrell, Three Waitresses - Dei Smith, Kathy Murphy, Cyndie Pierce. Nurse Nerine considers The I-Ieadwaiter's invitation! Scapino begs Geronte for forgiveness as the cast look on. The Headwaiter makes sure his waitresses don't mess up. Zerbinetta, Giacinta, and Sylvestro lament the cruelties of love. Homecoming Assembly On November 9th, spirit and cheer filled the air at the Homecoming assembly. The auditorium was filled with excitement as the cheerleaders kept the spirit flowing, and the Starlets performed a hoop routine. The Blue Jackets added to the excitement of Homecoming and even the varsity got D O W Nm At the end of the assembly the 1979 80 Homecoming court was presented Laurie Johnson was crowned 79 Homecoming Queen her escort was Todd Martin Also on hand was Mr Blackmon who sang his now legendary tune I m so glad that Spartans can t be beat The assembly closed with the singing of the Alma Mater VWW' +.'1"S I I ' is-4 '14 4. A I Q 7 L ' A 1 'Y . . ' 5 ' ' 1' r '- 3' nfs. t- + on X , ,, ,.i. f 9 . ' r 2 Queen Laurie Johnson and escort Todd Martin sing the school song Marsha Price gets into the schools fight Jan Barley welcomes Homecoming with a song smile 1-.-annrmlw W, L ifwflwitw at Mr Blackmon is so glad that Spar The balcony celebrates Homecoming tans can t be beat 9 A i K W I I Qfflingbr Beth G1ll1am Freshman All School Play Pkvkbk Deaf Winter Carnival Dance A dance sponsored by the Samuell Deaf Education Department was held November 3, from 7:30 to 11:00. It was reported that a little over one hundred were in attendance. Neall Raney, a student at Samuell, did a mime routine to two songs - "In the Navy," assisted by the Deaf Cheerleaders in the background, and "YMCA," assisted by the football players. Connie Smith sang and also visually interpreted the lyrics to "Go Ye." The Deaf King and Queen were announced during the course of the festivities. Steve Wanderscheid was crowned King and Marsha Smith as Queen. Steve Darr and Mary Ann Hawkins boogie to the beat. f fi .. ag e .. 'f- Q -:riff KF , Michele Steele and Rita Duran rehearse a skit for the dance. Nick Silva provides music for the dance. Michael Walker shows his impression of "Freak Out." 'H X 0' in 'iii "' me-f 4 'xml .Q .. , 4 ' CJ-' fff tl 4' my ,galil - ...W W X ki I' J " e T Brett Eubank, Ricky Allen, Michael Fisher, and Joe McClure take a break from the Winter Carnival. CHRISTMAS AT SAMUELL Susie Thomas, one of Santa's helpers, was found putting up the tree. Cheerleaders join in with the other clubs in decorating for Christmas. Deaf Cheerleaders and pep club proved their talents at Christmas decorating. The Freshman Choir spread their Christmas spirit at the assembly. Spirit and cheer filled the air at Christmastime. The halls were decorated with snowflakes, Santas and Angels. The Student Council held a hall decorating contest for all the clubs. The fine arts department helped to get everyone in the Christmas spirit by presenting a Christmas assembly. The assembly included such groups as the freshman choir, girls' treble choir, and the concert choir. The stage band participated in the assembly as well as the orchestra. The students at Samuell had a Merry Christmas. Chuck Hesson and Teresa McClendon of the JESTERS! sing out in the Christmas Assembly. On Friday, April 18th the J.R.O.T.C. held their 20th annual Military Ball. The traditional Grand March for graduating sen- iors and staff members was held with Col. Dale Phillips leading the march. Donna Frazier was crowned Queen and Annie Marie Washington was Princess. Ms. Thomas dances with ex-Spartan Law- rence Hopkins. Tami Le and Dennis Green sway with the music. Military Ball , L V' I ,W UH ur..-in Michael Dale and Angela Webb enjoy the refreshments. Kevin Bailey and Patty Cole boogie to the beat. Sheri Tatum, Annie Marie Washington and Kevin Bailey watch Steven Virgil stroll. Adam Malone chats with Col. Wittkower. Bob Lyles and James Martin put the R.O.T.C. on the spot. Cynthia Bennett and Alesia Webb munch out while Tina Jackson takes a quick nap. '- M ililary ueen ' Nominees and their escorts wait for the queen to be announced. Donna Frazier is crowned queen of the Military Ball. Anita Tolivar with her escort John Stuart. Reginald Bennett escorts Donna Frazier to her throne. Court member Palmira Torres with her escort Jacob Baughman. The crowd gathers to congratulate Donna Frazier. Z l I j if Sheri Tatum assists the new queen Donna Frazier. Princess Annie Marie Washington and Steven Virgil are presented tothe queen. X Storlets present Q ,fl , 1" " "Rainbow ' Connection" H Copers I Carol Woolbright sings the "Rainbow Connection." Jonuoru 25 1980 7:30 P.M. lf 4 il l.U.l.U. Somuell I On Friday January 25th in the W. W. Samuell auditorium the 1979-80 Starlets presented the RAIN- BOW CONN ECTION. The Mistresses of Ceremonies for this year's show were Janet Maddux, Cathy Todora, and Dana Wes- ter. The student director was Carol Woolbright. The sponsor of the Starlets is Ms. Debbie Phelps. M.C.s Janet Maddux, Cathy Todora, and Dana Wester open the show. Janet Maddux and her rubber ducky play in the tub Cray Briggs and Sherri Cook "Splish Splash." The traditional senior "Hokey Pokey" brought many laughs. The Starlet Officers danced to "Open Sesame." The Juniors performed in "Fm a Pepper!" R Shelley Simons sings "I Honestly Love You." Cathy Todora congratulates Dana Wester for guessing what's behind the curtain. Laurie Johnson, Teri Smith, Patty Morris, and Diane Trent "Have Legs." Kathy Baker has a "Broken Heart." The choir singers really get into "Joy To The World." Janet Maddux gets emotional with her friend. The Senior Drill is drafted "In the Navy? xf.:zk..bw, Friendless Cathy Todora finds a friend, Dana Wester Queen and King Lenora Coronado and Robbie Harris 5? S S i Princess and Prince Countess and Count Duchess and Duke Robin Brantley Dana Woodfin Margaret Pineda Clint Lawson Ral h R m ' p a sey Ronnie Ramsey Lenora Coronado is crowned Queen and King Robbie Harris shows smile of approval. Lenora Coronado is announced Queen' ? Seniors Doug Hobbs Curt Fryar Kevin McKinney Marsha Price Linda Mattix Laurie Johnson 1980 Valentine Juniors Steve Christian Steve Radney Bennie Roberts Pam Slayden Patti Morris Gretchen Skaer Court Members Sophomores David Moore Roy Miller Frank Haggerty Rhonda Rhea Margo Powell Lisa BeLew Freshmen Jay Johnson Mike Williams Billy Clark Susan Self Shawn Cooley Cheryl Butler Students Challenge F acult The Seniors of '80 proved their braveness by challenging the fac- ulty in basketball. The game was held April 4th during sixth period. The Senior girls won by a score of 18 to 10. The senior guys lost their game to the faculty by one point, with a score of 33 to 32. . . Q A- . g i ii I fe? f 3 . ggg. S: , . j V .Q fi if . I 3 'I ,i , 3' ' . "' if -A A . . . , , Q: .,. -- - K ft.. . The faculty cheerleaders try to relive their past. Beatrice Jefferson on the sidelines plays bunnyball. Ms. Albright makes a floor shot. Ms. Long passes the ball. Scott Paschall goes for two. W nm. Marcus Powell drives down the court with Coach Peterson and Coach Cox in pursuit Ms. Albright and Ms. Reed try to get the ball away from Donna Graham. eaf- d Awards Night 79-80 439 fits Ms. Zerhfeld, Deaf Cheerleading Sponsor, The 1979-80 Deaf Pep Club attended the Deaf-Ed Awards Night with their sponsor Ms. received flowers of appreciation. Glenda McKinney. 79-80 Cheerleaders: Michele Steele, Darrel Bradford, Mary Ann Hawkins, Rhonda Fair, Rita Duran, and Yolanda Jones. w ' 2 wifi? 1 my-.4,,..49f A K- ' A l g i , as gram W ,sift A Q' is al A Q 80-81 Cheerleaders: Vicky Zerhfeld - Sponsor, Kelli Williams, Rita Duran, Betsy Bales, Tommy Anderson, Michelle Honeycutt, and Adela Perez. On Friday, March 14, the Deaf-Ed Department held an awards dance. Ms. Vicky Zehrfeld, the deaf cheerlead- ers' sponsor, received flowers of appreciation. Awards were also received by the Deaf Pep Club. The highlight of the eve- ning was the announcing of the 1980-81 Deaf Cheerlead- ers. '-Naam ,,..iEip.J...,,,...sw ,,....f..- ff Nick Silva was thanked for taking care of the music Michael Kent received an award. that night. lllllJEFlL1LIELUE LHB BHINU IN . El IN ET E IEE I .ln-nu... The show was ai great success under the direction of Mr. Bill Wartes. FFu.,FEEi.zz 5HT.,FEB.z3 mam Hummmum BILL WARTES ROBERT C. STOKES Director PfillCiP3l Asst. Principals Adolph Yanes Reba Cost Bill Onley Aubrey Bmtcher On Friday February 22 and Saturday February 23, the W. W. Samuell Lab Band presented "Music on Stage" directed by Mr. Bill Wartes. M.C.'s were Carol Woolbright, Jack Caddell and Randy Dodd. Musical numbers, songs, dances, and comedy made the show a success. Weekend Update team Roxanne Young, Carol Woolbright, and Chuck Hesson report the news. IL. Ll IHU 3 Lab Band members include: Chuck Hesson, Jimmy Bullard, Joe Sullivan, Letitia Lynch, Chris Canada, Danny Klimpel, Nick Silva, Kevin McKinney, Jesse Silva, Michael Johnson, John Rodriguez, Gayle Dupree, Chris Cole, Beth Rakestraw, Greg Pattillo, Gary Satterwhite, Rhonda Morris, Bradley Walker, Mike Ham, Randy Dodd, Keith Emberlin, Jack Caddell, Todd Oringderf. Reagan Eskridge. L Mark Manley sings "I Was A Fool." Betsy McGuffey will "Never Say Good- bye." W Randy Dodd and Jack Caddell found a Yvette Gaylord presents a modem dance. skunk in the band. ll Y The JESTERS! sing "Rainbow Connection." Mr. Bojangles, Chris Nealy, dances. Chuck Hesson proves his talents as a solo- ist. Greg Pattillo dressed up for the show. John Rodriguez plays "Starburst." The Starlet Officers perform to ROCKY! NX l ' ..- Randy Dodd - Precision Percussion! f Keith Emberlin or Buddy Rich? gc J Lf: Carol Woolbright is the "Main Event." Debbie McDaniels twirls and twirls and Betsy McGuffey has been to room 224! twirls! N. y 55' is . L. 3 S X 1 A k N, .ws , f A f b 'walks '1 X. Gary Satterwhite "Still" plays and sings. Jack Caddell and Randy Dodd pose as ballerinas. P 1 Spring Dance The dancing Spartans take a break between songs. Aw! Ha! Caught ya'll in the act! Greg Pati f 1 - GL ss te as t six Q e era: 3.,...,.e.3,,,4. ,P 1 M---11' -' - 4, 3, J - ie?-i-F 1' 17 V' L- .1 t ,, fre.f3. 4'1f nf in p ,. ' ' X , 1' , X fits- " Q3 754315 T ,gg 1 .,,,.A+zi, -a 'sie f H ifv z XS WSQJV E -...Q g 31 1 - 5 f: ' 7 " 1,42.flGf"Y'l ' 1' E lf. S'-'fL?": 5 1, II ' ' ' 11,15- in ' lf gi ' "-me f wie ,-. . li n , .ru ral , i 4 r . S, 2, . -. tg -sq . Ex- 4,1 ,mafi a L 1 ei ei' f We at '1 -, J 1" va - 1 P ig? -. -. ' ' 42--F . 522, Tffiq. 2 1 gf llo puts on the charm. You can tell when spring is here by the warmer weather, the flowers in bloom, and the cool breeze. All these things made a perfect setting for the Spring Dance. The Dance was held on March 28th and sponsored by the junior class. Refreshments at the dance included nachos, popcorn, and cokes. Music was provided by Stereo Junction. The profits from the dance will go for senior activities in 1981. Mark Manley and Misti Stanfield move to the groove! Ms. Stafford does her own taste test atthe popcorn stand. Lance Ballew gives his apologies to Tawny Wooten, The Peppermint Ball, as usual was a big success. The dance was held on May 2nd and started at 7:30. The art department added to the dance with their beautiful decorations. The theme was "Solid Gold 80,2 '79 Queen Mary Lightfoot strolls with '80 Queen Kelly Simmons. Dorothy Johnson showing her smile. Peppermint all King - Keith Goodman enjoys the dance. King and Queen pose with Peppermint Ball Court. 1 ' ' ' 3 Kenneth Crouch and Carmella Her- ' Keith Goodman is crowned '80 Peppermint Ball King nandez dance. 'Qi Sherri Stepanski, Melissa Mar-ley and Carmella Hemandez are "Charlie's Angels? Ei Solid Gold SO! David Hanes and Melissa Marley dance a slow one. Sponsors: Ms. Hilbum, Ms. Bennet, and Ms. Peterson talk about old times. Runners-up: Jennifer Martin and George Braggs. M. t of ..,., V . ..., A Q- g - Damon Howard and Mary Lightfoot start off the night with a dance Malcom Wynn demonstrates a new dance to Brian Tate. Q8 pgQ.,IT'lirOT BALL .5040 Q-SOLQ X H. yk fl I MN QW 'N CC 99 The K'Main Cast of Characters" Maria Rainer ......... Carol Woolbright Sister Berthe ........... Sister Margaretta The Mother Abbess . . . Sister Sophia ......,... Capt. Von Trapp ....... Franz ............ . . Frau Schmidt ..... ... Liesl ......... Friedrich . . . Louisa ...... Brigitta ....... Rolf Gruber ..... .Alaina McCoy ...... .Becky Martinez .Betsy McGuffey Roxanne Young .....Mike Ham . . .Phillip Elery . .Cathy Todora . . .Stacy Brooks ....John Shumaker ....,Teri Smith . .Darlene Word . .Mark Manley Elsa Schraeder . . . .... Linda Mattix Max Detweiler .... . Herr Zeller ....... Baron Elberfeld ........ A Postulant ............ ...Greg Pattillo .. ...Bud Delk . .Steve Radney .Misti Stanfield Sound of usic The hills come alive with Maria's singing. Admiral Von Schreiber . . .Kevin Sumrow The MOIhCf'AbbCSS and Sister Mafgafdla Sister Berthe and Sister Sophia worry about Maria's whereabouts discuss Mana. The nuns pray for Maria's safe return. Franz, Captain Von Trapp's butler. enters The housekeeper. Frau Schmidt shows when whistled for. Maria to her room 3 i V gf '-Sillij gg gsm? 6 N ,. Maria and Georg have words about his whistling. the terrace. S Frightened by the thunder, the children end up on Maria's bed. .Ln Captain Von Trapp, Elsa, and Max wonder how love can survive. Maria has brought music and laughter into the Von Trapp home again. S 1 Ygik is 4 Rolf and Leisl have a tender moment on Because she is in love with Georg, Maria goes back to Nonberg Abbey. Elsa waits for Georg at the party. The captain whistles for the children ? g R xl i, ,,,,.,e,,.,..,,. my y l ll I I Maria has the children sing for their father. ,f J A A o Maria comes back and finds that Georg is in love with her too. 2 , , X s r , F rf. 4 5 S l 5 if 2 af .5 f The Von Trapp family performs at the Kaltzberg festival. On Apnl 24 25 and 26 the Samuell Concert Chou presented the muslcal THE SOUND OF MUSIC to three bxg and responslve audlences Thls popular Rodgers and Hammerstem musrcal Mr Crook s 24th was excellently produced by the cast and crew Th1s year s productxon was dedxcated to the Asst Drrector Mrs Kraus Mrke Collms and Shem Cook served as the student drrectors and accompanxsts were Gary Satterwhlte and Maria marries Georg at Nonberg Abbey. Jennifer Parks The cast takes a last bow to the "Sound of Music." The Germans watch the Von Trapp fam ily every minute, T V Q 5 7 ., , v . , . l 2 fl" of . A Z2 4 -On Friday night, May 2nd, the Freshman Choir sponsored and performed the fourth annual Freshman Follies. The show consisted of acts of dancing, singing, and comedy. The Master and Mistress of Cermony were Mark Walker and April Sanderson. Solos were sung by Amber Leffingwell, Johnny Bryant, Linda Reed, April Sanderson, Sheri Hatzenbuehler, and Anita Simmons. Dance routines were done to "Fifth of Beethoven," "Why Do You Treat Me So Bad'?", "A Star Is Bornf' "Workin' Day and Night," "Get It Up', and "Broody Bounce." The Instrumentalists who assisted in Freshman Follies were Chris Cole, Keith Emberlin, Mike Ham, Jennifer Parks, and Gary Satterwhite. The Freshman Choir is taught and sponsored by Mr. Jeff Morrow. Lucrecia Mason danced to "September Mom." Kathleen Murphy and Annette Simmons did the skit "Tucky- Anita Simmons and Karen Kristof are two members of the "Sing- Mr. Morrow directs the choir with true expression. ers." The Singers singing "Ride," one of many performed that evening. Sheri Hatzenbuehler, Mark Walker, and Linda Reed perform the skit "Hambone," V S i The alto, tenor and bass sections of the Freshman Choir. Lucrecia Mason and Donna Wilson are members of the "Singers," Reginald Kelley did a dance to "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll". Dei Smith, Johnny Bryant, and Karen Kristof show their talents. JESTERS! Assembly An assembly by the JESTERS! was held on March 13th. Songs included "That,s Entertainment" by the JESTERS! "September Morn" sung by Chuck Hesson, "Longer" sung by Kathy Baker, and "Coward of the County" sung by Mike Ham and Phil- lip Elery. M.C.'s were Greg Pattillo and John Shumaker. During the assembly, the 1980-81 J ESTERS! were announced. Greg Pattillo and Linda Mattix rest while "ON THE SHELF." Phillip Elery and Mike Ham sang HCOWARD OF THE COUNTY? COWARDS OF THE COUNTY. JESTERS! showed their talents in "COMEDY TONIGHT When the JESTERSY sing, "EVERYBODY REJOICES. Mexican- merican Career Back Row: Margarito Ramirez, Augustine Ramirez, Rufus Cipriano, Charlie Martinez, Belinda Gudino, Tony Meza, Lori Garcia, Lupe Tamez, Pam Torres. Front Row: Jimmy Garcia, Lonnie Martinez, Juan Amador, Lilly Reynoso, Becky Martinez, Leon Reynoso, Randy Waldren. ,qw .mg Back Row: Maria Meza, Robert Hemandez, Juan Kerbow, Tami Le, Margie Garcia, Grover Taylor. Front Row: Javier Sauceda, Debbie Cantu, Edward Limon, Alvira Gomez, Derrick Davis, Arilla Gooch. Sponsor: Mr. Yanez A career field day sponsored by the M.A.A.C. and the D.M.C.C. was held March 3rd at the magnet center for public services. The career day was held so that minority students could learn about career opportunities from business, health, and government college communities throughout the metroplex. Recognition was given to the schools that had the highest number of student representatives. North Dallas was first with 53 and Samuell was second with 43. utstanding Students Announced at Awards Assembl Outstanding students were announced Thursday May 15th in an assembly sponsored by the Student Council. Twenty-three students were honored for outstanding work, one student from each department. Each student received a medal. Melanie Walker received the top award for Latin and Kenneth Morris received the top award for industrial techniques. They are not pictured. Steve Cain English Kim Enron l Art Chuck Hesson Band Shamn Carter ' 'Y - Louann Champion Girls P.E. French Jose Garcia Randy Harrison History Woodwork Sabrenda Hill Sharon Jenkins H.E.C.E. V.O.E. Ken Jenkins Linda Jones Math, Drafting Spanish Kenneth Record Zena Ruzicka Boys P.E. Health Phillip Smith Sandra Snead Drama D.E. 4 Patty Underbrink Carol Woolbright Deaf Education Choir Dale Phillips R.o.T.c. Steve Sherrell Science Cheryl Tatum Homemaking Yolanda Young Business 5G,s Day 1980 has been a year of many new Samuell traditions. 50,s Day was held on Friday May 16th. Samuell students with ponytails and greasy hair wore rolled upjeans, poodleskirts and bobbie socks. A sock hop was held in the girl's gym, where students twisted to the rock-n-roll beat of the 5O,s. A pep assembly, vintage 1950, rocked and rolled in the auditorium. 50's Day was started this year by the Student Council for the entire student body in honor of the senior class. I f, Robert "Fonzarelli" Harris visits Samuell. i f O A nostalgic Greg Pattillo finds his thrill. f. W -,,-' . D t' an I . Q S X ,i.-' Psy ,' , if 3 at X i , i y f Q Ffa e L ,C be Tony Key, Jana Chambers, Yvonne Rameriz and Jan Bailey check Mike Collins and Lisa Culley Be-Bop between classes to see if Darby swept the floor. ' 'N Roxanne is that you behind those Foster Grants? Cyndie Pierce and Tina Grimmett's joke was so funny that Jenni- fer Newsom forgot to laugh. 2 -: - I? f Q1 's Faculty flashback. Cool Cats get together for a family portrait. 5 , -, A sa., ,r H. Amy Mathews' "poodle skirt" brings smiles to the faces of Tina Morgan, Steve Radney and Darlene Word. fi' Blue Gold Game - The End of a New Year The traditional Blue! Gold game is the last one for many students. The new Banner Team and Spartan Image are announced, the new football team, drill and cheerleaders perform, and students about to graduate scream their lungs out for the teams one last time as students. This year, for the first time, senior athletes were recognized by Mr. Stokes at halftime. The 79-80 cheerleaders perform on the field one lmi time. K Vincent Thomas drops back for a pass. These senior girls don't appear to be too interested in the game. , , . ... if T , A lem rre if t " T? X e ' Q -f, tt lj . t. ' . .. ' + f..,: z ' . ' 1-ffl., X- ' A 1 M Q V U k . .. .t ss-misss.. . V . .,., , KA t g h Q v h Y' --'e- r V 1 ' ' ' " -' 1 is 1- if - - - ef Nw- Kc" K ' "" r.:t.f T -fr' x e thsr s 5133 y 5 ,g 4 hltyyopg tsy U , y , ., T , ,,,.,,,.. t,,, t ,Q ggg., qigzx The dmmmers took up a whole side of the stadium to do "We've got spirit." The new cheerleaders show their stuff. tw fa- Nothing can stop the seniors from their harmless and traditional "run across the field." The senior drill performed a cut from "All That Jazz" for their last routine. WE'VE GOT SPIRIT - HOW 'BOUT YOU? Paula Bledsoe gets held up by a "bad guy" - Laurie Johnson. 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The 1979-80 school year was the first time in four years that Blue Jackets were given credit for being a P.E. class. The members met for two weeks before school began to work on orientation. The club attended ath- letic events such as football and basketball games. They did cheers, made posters, and gave surprises to the athletes ftags, cakes, goodies, etc.J during the pep assemblies. The group took part in hall decorations for Homecoming and Christmas. While at the games they did cheers with the Varsity and performed their famous card show. The club's banquet was held at Spaghetti Warehouse in March. President: Brenda Johnson l Sponsors: Ms. Orcutt and Ms. Long Vice-President: Yolanda Young mhlX Hnmaw K x 'N 19,6 ug, K r-.5 tg XX p L as Darla Goss: Reporter Tanuny Grice: Treasurer Linda Jones: Secretary 1 xv y 5 wi" ' rr . uf i he S. , J ' M105 The Blue Jackets show true spirit. Beverly Dollgener: Art Director Where's your smile, Tammy Grice? The B.J.'s show how they can boogie to the "Spartan" beat. Q 5 Managers: Phillip Elery, James Martin, Phillip Smith All right, no sleeping on thejob. The B.J.'s perform their famous "contagion" card routine. l ls that as loud as you can yell. Brenda Board Members: Lori Moore, Becky Thomas, Jennifer Newsom. Tina Beggs. Sylvia Mar- Johnson? shall, Stacy Hamilton. fStandingJ Deena Houpt. Pam Johnson, Darlene Carpenter, Ericka Griggs, Frances Hernandez, Diana Matlock, Laura Snead, Trina Johnson. aww fam., w 467,26 ,ww-'5f2t9'+ ,vw , fy 1 ,Qs cjwf,-, J J if are v J t, so A f ' ,M A -ag" .. My 7 -J 'Q W -, L ',1-- ..yyfl , f .n g ""' 5 ff M, ..,r.efr,iw' . A p J ,B N, ,- . 7.11-, an ,AM ,nw , A x , , K -4, 1 ' Mfg, J, , W"e1.L'E Trey.: if . f 1 X '- i J ,niet 'sf L 'far'-'1 ,aa-.-' , ' '- ,- ' ' ' Officers: Linda Jones, Tammy Grice, Brenda Johnson, Yolanda Young, Darla Goss. Beverly Dollgener. Belinda Agnew Kelly Allen Pam Allen Marsha Alston Lisa Anderson Julie Arnold Cheryl Bailey Tina Beggs Susan Bellah Velma Benavidez Sabrina Bishop Cheryl Blair Tammy Bradley Gwendolyn Burney Patricia Butler Laurie Caffey Kristi Cain Debra Cantu Tracy Cantwell Sheila Carpenter Sandra Carter Deanna Cheney Mary Chism Stacy Clayton Antia Conley Shawn Cooley Sandra Couch Sharon Crecy Kimberly Dollgener Melinda Dorrough Leslie Ellason Sheri Ellis Teresa Embrey Norma Encinia Rhonda Floyd Lorri Fowler Mary Franklin Arrilla Gooch Jill Granberry Delores Green Ericka Griggs Melinda Grice Becky Hamill Stacy Hamilton JoAnn Hardy Cynthia Hathcock Sheryl Hatzenbuehler Carmella Hernandez Frances Hernandez Cindy Hilburn Deena Houpt Robin Hubbard Sherrie Hullett Paul Jeffcoat Pamela Johnson Trina Johnson Styrla Key Raynell Knippa Karen Kristof Tonya LeBlanc Amber Leffingwell Mary Lightfoot Rhonda Little Sylvia Marshall Sponsors: Ms. Pam Orcutt and Mrs. Long Lucrecia Mason Diana Matlock Rhonda McCollom Donnett McCommon Trinnetta McCoy Angie McCulloch Sonia McGahey Stacy McGibboney Darla McPherson Beverly Meade Kelley Miskell Joyce Mokry Lauren Moore Kathleen Murphy Pamela Murry Michelle Musick Lisa Mynar Lynn Neff Carol Nelson Jennifer Newsom Penny Nichols Sherri O'Donley Donna Oliver Sherry Page Marsha Parsley Loria Patt Keri Patterson Tina Patton Andrea Penn Cynthia Perez Margaret Pineda Kellie Pannell Cynthia Randell Pamela Randell Linda Reed Lisa Roberts Shirley Rowan Sylvia Salazar Kerrie Sikes Anita Simmons Annetta Simmons Denise Sistrunk Deirdre Smith Laura Snead Kimberly Squires Sheila Staton April Sanderson Carolyn Sturdevant Guadalupe Tamez Sharon Teel Rebecca Thomas Micheal Tierney Jill Trantham Deborah Turner Tammy Upchurch Gloria Varela Teresa Weatherford Brenda Wells Lori Wheeler Cindy Wilson Donna Wilson Valerie Wright . . Samuell Band The Samuell Band of 1979-80 was smaller than usual, but "quality is better than quantity," says drum major Chuck Hesson. The Flag Corps were a bigger success than the previous year, and provided a nice complement to the bandls appearance. The band sponsored the Music On Stage show on Feb. 22 and 23 and participated in the SMU Homecoming Parade in November. No qualifications are necessary for membership in the band, just interest in music. f 'js .-f 5 J - '- -- t . 33 , I . -: 5 - : 1 . .s-,s , ,L .. . --in 2 , .. .. V i I as I ii ass' , Flutes: Susan Ballew, Sheila Miles, Lynell Thomas, Kim Hart. Saxophone: Row 1: Beth Rakestraw, Mark Walker, Gayle Dupree. Row 2: Greg Pattillo, Chris Cole, John Rodriguez, David Jenkins. Low Brass: Steve Pullen, Danny Klimple, Mike Johnson, Nick Silva, Brad Walker, Jesse Silva. l l 4 l Trumpets and Horns: Row 1: Mark Manley, Letitia Lynch, Scott Dunn, Diann Franklin, Robert Wolter. Row 2: Chris Canada, Chuck Hesson. Joe Sullivan. ' ' Asst. Drum Major - Danny Klimple Twirlers - Roxanne Young and Susan Self Drum Major - Chuck Hesson Kneeling: Brenda Corder, Reg- ina Allen, Sarah Chism. Percussion: Row l: Shawn Shreves Mike Caddell Tammy Bellah Row 2: Elicia Brokeshoulder Reagan Eskridge Randy Dodd Jack Caddell David Sutton Row 3: Gary Satterwhite Keith Emberlin Rhonda Morris Standing: Nancy Dreer, Velma Jacobs, Kayla Milam, Cindy Pierce. l I ,The Might Spartan and Row l: Roxanne Young, Sheila Miles, Gloria Dixon, Susan Ballew. Chuck Hesson, Danny Klimple, Melanie Walker, Mayra Montalvo, Scott Dunn, Craig Dennie, Susan Self. Row 2: Tammy Bellah, Lynell Thomas, Kim Hart, Kris Lewis, Letitia Lynch. Diann Franklin, Zena Ruzicka, Beth Rakestraw, Gayle Dupree. Row 3: Keith Emberlin, Gary Satterwhite, Randy Dodd, Mark Manley. Joe Sullivan, David .len- kins, Jesse Silva, Mark Walker. Row 4: Jack Caddell. Mike Caddell, David Sutton, Shawn Shreves, Elicia Brokeshoulder, Steve Pullen, Mike Johnson, Robert Wolter, Nick Silva, Brad Walker, Greg Patillo. ,A , . . 1 Aww, W 3 si. . X. The Marching Band participates in the parade on Buckner with Debbie Starrett shows her affection for Chuck Hesson at a football pride. game. The 1979-80 Lab Band: Saxophones: Beth Rakestraw, Gayle Dupree, John Rodriguez. Chris Cole. Greg Pattillo. Trumpets: Chuck Hesson Jimmy Bullard, Joe Sullivan, Letitia Lynch, Chris Canada, Danny Klimple. Trombones: Nick Silva. Mike Johnson. Jesse Silva. Kevin McKinney. Piano: Gary Satterwhite. Guitar: Mike Ham. Keyboard Bass: Rhonda Morris. Electric Bass: Brad Walker. Drums: Keith Emberlin, Randy Dodd, Jack Caddell, Todd Oringderff, Reagan Eskridge. The Sponsor of the Lab Band is Mr. Wartes. Gary Satterwhite, Rhonda Morris, and Brad Walker in "Music On Stage." Randy Dodd shows his "craziness" during the Lab Band's show Starlets ,L ff' X ll i r V Ginger Bird - Sr. Lieut., Lori Keahey - Nominating, Sheryl Carruth - Attendance, Linda Mattix - Uniform, Diane Trent - Jr. Lieut., Barbara Thornton - Sr. Lieut., Gina Jurik - Membership, Cray Briggs - Devotional and Publicity Leader, Kelsie Barr - Finance, Dana Wester - Co. Capt., Holly Maxey - Jr. Lieut., Misti Stanfield - Manager, Carol Woolbright - Student Director of Capers, Jana Chambers - Constitution and Correspondence Secretary, Laurie Johnson - Captain ,, t Starlet s t K fs j r G get Birdfi -Sr?'Lieut. C is 3 Y. Bw 5 lg :F ,, ,Q - j N -sf. Q Q ,fu Q: rf f ,, -a,.,. ft, 'P'-we 3, - se sig: f f .If ' -Us A L J0hn5On!i T sJgta1n H ,,...- k.,- J..L..f V , tt ' ' -we f f 1 ' wrf1r-:fx-- :, A-if'--:frm mv ,,,, -iw f ,,,. .. .,,.,, i :3,k,,,,r,,, ,,.. 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Laurie Johnson, Dana Wester, Barbara Thornton, Lori Keahey, Jeane Harrison, Ginger Bird, Janet Maddux, Kathy Rhea, Shelly Simons, Jinx Pitts, Debbie Bullard, Sherri Cook, Gail Griffis, Sheryl Carruth, Cathy Todora, Linda Mattix, Darlene Word, Gina Jurik, Regina Gabriel, Cray Briggs, Cheryl Baker, Kelsie Barr, Sherri Moore, Carol Woolbright, JoAnn Benson, Lisa Culley, Jana Chambers, Misti Stan- field, Marsha Houston, Kathy Baker. Chel'ylBaker KatHYBaker SJ Kelsie Barr W 9 Cray-Biggs Jargfifghpmbersi V1 RegL,a4Gabriell ,J J De S45 . A . 5 . iCook Ncfgglsriffi ' Bullaril V, Jeane . ,SX A mx , - F5 ek ,, X i ii R Q N - X J iw gi Ex Marsha A st ,f on Gina Janet addux 'Q Linda gm Sher Moore SKF, Jinx Y? Y . - Misti-Sfdhfield V S 5 -.s T,3,nea'Watts X, . , V 5 .. Q,1 ,SL Cimffodora 'J f , ,Lew x , .... Y ,, lfzgix 5 ,f NJ Carol Woolbright N Re'g11iZw I 'N I sure am glad we get to set on the front row, cause look at that guy! Rhonda Knippa says, hidy! 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They sponsor fund-raising activities and dances during the year. This year's sponsor is Ms. Vicki Zehrfeld. Deaf Ed. Cheerleaders and Pep Club show their spirit in the home- coming assembly. 1. s My 32. ' -5 tmtfy. . - ,k l 615 Front Row: Suzanne McCaa, Glenda Coleman, Becky Poston, Betsy Bales, Tina Jacobs, Michelle Honeycutt. Middle Row: Kathryn Hale, Anita Frazier. George Wright, Charles Kent, David Holcomb, Julia Osborn. Back Row: Steven Wanderscheid, Michael Kent, Patty Underbrink, Cheryl Busby. Brian Determen, Darryl Greer, Steven Darr. Deaf Ed. Pep Club attended all football games and cheered on the mighty Spartans! 1 Ice Skating Club Under the leadership of Ms. M. Jones and the 79- 80 Officers: President - Curt Fryar, Vice-President - Cray Briggs, Treasurer - Mike Collins, Secretary - Marsha Price, many Samuell skaters hit the ice at l Llove. While the new members stayed near the railings, the old members were eager to show off their talents. During the Christmas holidays many members skated li at Prestonwood Ice Chalet. if? l Front Row: Officers: Curt Fryar - President, Cray Briggs - Vice President, Marsha Price - Secretary, Mike Collins - Treasurer. Back: Board Members: Vance Ballew, Renee Russell, JoAnn Ben- son, Tony Key, Sponsor: Ms. M. Jones Sac, Members: Teresa Allen, Diane Beasley, Cheryl Bailey, Jan Bailey, Cheryl Baker, Kathy Baker, Susan Ballew, Vance Ballew, Kelsie Barr, Lisa BeLew. JoAnn Benson, Cheryl Blair, Paula Bledsoe, Stacey Brandenburg, Cray Briggs, Stacy Brooks, Cissy Brown, Jimmy Bullard, Ruthie Burnine, Kim Cade, Tracy Cantwell, Robin Carlock, Jana Chambers, Steve Christian, Mike Collins, Lenora Coronado. Pam Davis, Teresa Davis, Bud Delk, Rene Delk, Dawaina Fain, Loretta Freeman, Curt Fryar, Jose Garcia, Dona Geron, Wayne Gibson. Beth Gilliam, Jill Granberry, Karin Grant, Gail Griffis, Tina Grimmett, Sandra Hale, Mike Ham, Kane Hansard, Robbie Harris, Jeane Harrison, Randa Hawkins, Marsha Houston, Phyllis Jackson, Laurie Johnson, Laurie Johnson fllj, Lori Keahey, Marcia Keasler, Tony Key, Maureen Knapp. Barbara Langley, Clint Lawson, Kyle Lester, Michelle Little. Caron Lowell, Brenda Mabarry, Janet Maddus, Mark Manley. Linda Mattix. Linda Maybery, Debbie McDaniel, Alaina McCoy, Renee McGahey, Yvonne McGahey, Kevin McKinney, Allen Miller, Melanie Miller, Mike Mize, Randy Moore, Sherri Moore, Patty Morris, Kathleen Ann Murphy, Laurie Oehlschlaeger, Todd Oringderff, Tammy Page. Susan Parker, Julia Payne, Wanda Payne, George Pounds, Marsha Price, Yvonne Ramirez, Ralph Ramsey, Cathy Rhea, Rhonda Rhea. Allen Robinson, Dolores Rodriguez. Lysa Scoggins. Cindy Scott, Susan Self, Robert Shaw, Pam Slayden. Robert Smith. Teri Smith. Sandra Snead, Debbie Starrett, Dori Stracner, Tommie Strange, Carolyn Sturdevant, Joe Sullivan, Brian Sweet, Linda Swindle, Susie Timp- son. Cathy Todora, Diane Trent, Lloyd Tuley, John Vidales, Peter Wackett, Terry Wackett, Regina Warren. Dana Woodfin, Diane Wooten, Tawnya Wooten, Kelly Worley, Roxanne Young, Linda Zieseniss. Roller Spartan ! W ww f - MM... M ,..,,f, , J ,,,,, ,,,.,,,.,,,...,,, ,WV I ,t - -Q, ,rf W. -- -aw -- A , ' -N' f w ' at-h . - v,,k M- J , wrt" W9-ffa I I A t 1 af., , W e .aaa "Roller Spartans," the Samuell roller skating club, is at 200 mem- bers, one of the largest clubs in the school. They have a common passion, and that is sailing over a flat wooden floor on wheeled bootgear. The club skates the first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at Super Skate. Roller Spartans is complete with T-shirts, dues, I.D. cards, and a constitution. They had a final skating party on May 12. Roller Spartans is sponsored by Ms. Marty Walker. Robert Shaw was the creator of the Roller Spartans' Logo. wwf ww i The Roller Spartans 1979-80. fffi mffff f HF? ueffffi' Pfflfff 9'U,,8,7f1ff X pipgfflp 'J l t 'X A ffffv H1655 lysis of-3 Q Bud Delk. Sharon Jenkins - Secretary, Randy Moore - President. Ms. Walker - Spon- sor, Cheryl Baker - Treasurer. Kathy Moore. Robert Shaw - Designer of Logo and T- Shirts. w 4 L M' f i,1 X Kathy Moore and Robert Coker skate the night away. z5'5s'5S,i'Q Q 5 r Y lk gig? ff? "yfTFg'J'ff ' Clam arf e, ss Q Q Ms. Walker skates with Robert Shaw in perfect form. 1 r i Samuell's High Kickers attend meeting to keep up with Samuell's High Rollers. I Denise Jordan pleads with James Hughes. "Don't Push!" fx'-4 l",fQj'x in ss sr?-335' Ms. Walker falls in not such perfect form. Cheryl Baker and Randy Moore prove roller skating can be "fun." Future Teachers The Alpha Tau Future Teach- ers of America is an organization for students who are interested in entering the teaching profession. L5 The FTA sponsors, Ms. Marty Walker, Ms. Mary Bob, and Ms. Peggy Pullen, guide the students in their quest to bring knowledge to others. Officers' installation was held in the fall. In December, the club sold Santagrams as its money- making project. In February, the FTA treated the teachers to pop- corn in all the lounges. They had a get-together at Chili's in Febru- ary also. The members heard a guest speaker in April. and elected new officers in the spring. FTA Installation Service: Connie Baylor, Ms. Velma Scott, Zena Ruzicka, Lenora Coronado. Laurie Johnson, Ms. Peggy Pullen, Ms. Marty Walker, Nancy Drear. I I . 634,25 QQ Ms. Mary Bob, Laurie Johnson, Pat Causey, Ms. Marty Walker, Lenora Coronado, Vickey Greer, Saprina Watkins, Connie Baylor, Tina Morgan, Leah Stein, Belinda Newhouse, Todd Russell, Chris Canada, Nancy Dreer, Tony Browning, Regina Ford, Kevin Bailey. Library Assistants L-R: Kneeling: Carol Frazier, Terri King, Lori Keahey, Cheryl Tatum. Sitting: Janet McFerrin, Ms. Abbot, Michelle Saucier, Lysa Scoggins, Ms. Fulton, Mary Chism, Cindy Perez, Sharon Hamilton. Standing: Kathy Carter. Rudy Hickman, Mike Murphee, Geno Thompson, Bennie Roberts, Cindy Jaggers, Tracey Handsome, Ms. Cobb. Eddie Richardson, Johnanna Prince, Sabrina Bishop, Lana Darnell, Robert Coker, Garry Sappington. Red Cross l L-R: Ms. Adair, Stacy Record, Paula Cheetwood, Lorri Fowler, Rosalyn Ford, Michael Tierney, Ronnie Ramsey, Kayla Milam, Vicki Greer, Laurie Johnson, Maria Garcia, Cindy Pierce, Paula Kuykendall. Allied Youth L-R: Sheila Miles, Renee Russell, Ms. Rhoads, Debbie McDaniel, Billy Record, Belinda Newhouse. Sherri Moore, Tony Key, Stanley Haggerty, Janet Maddux, Randy Davis, Rita John- son, Donna Graham, Jose Garcia. Sherman Tyler, Jimmy Willis, Vance Ballew, Kevin Douthit, Yvonne Ramirez. Frank Hag- gerty, Linda Swindle, Cindy Perez, Doug Tramel. Mike Ham. Dan Houpt. y Club The Key Club is a service organization affiliated with the Kiwanis Club. Members attended a convention April 25 and 26 in Houston, Texas. During the year, the Key Club held a Special-Ed picnic, gave canned goods to needy people at Christmas, and cleaned up the community on Pleasant Grove Cleanup Day. Money- raising projects included a slave auction, a car wash, a booth to sell items from on Heritage Day, and a fruitcake sale. The Samuell chapter of the Key Club is sponsored by Mr. Mac Stokes and Mr.- Bill Onley. Steve Radney gets a suntan while washing cars. X Members: F to B. Front Row: David Dunagan, Lloyd Tuley. Greg Money, Randy Davis, Car Hargrove, Jose Garcia, Eddie Laster, Shawn Shreves, Clint Lawson, Davey Williams, Steve Rad- ney, Jay Penn, Ricky Story, Johnny Vidales, Mark Boyd, Cliff Reed, Eddie Ward, Steve Sherrell Vance Ballew. B to F, Second Row: Scott Stone, Kevin McKinney, Darryl Jordan, Gabriel Rami- rez, Gordon Sanders, Tommy Vela, Gary Moore, Mike Collins, Kyle Lester, Curt Fryar. F to B v Third Row: Robbie Harris, Victor Davis, Bud Delk, Doug Hobbs. Marcus Powell, Paul Scott, Stanley Haggerty, Tony Key, Billy Record, Kevin Sumrow, Robert Smith. 2 if is L sf rg, '51 1 Key Club members spend their Saturday washing cars to raise money. Wt' . -f ., -1241 .gf 9 .fr , .Jw ff Q , ,fa me Officers: Left to Right: David Dunagan - Treasurer, Mike Collins - Secretary, Kyle Lester - President, Curt Fryar - Sheriff, Lloyd uley - Vice-President. Nw, NN ' . i L 23? 51725 -- Sissom participates in the washer throw a ribbon. ii.VA."'A"'.A"AYA'8' Sherri Stepanski, Mrs. Bennett, Christina Smith, and Darren Rochelle enjoy their hot dogs at the Key Club picnic. 1'1- Dan Houpt talks to Keith Goodman and David Hanes over lunch. Key Club Queen and Sweethearts Marsha Price Lori Keahey WW Miss October Miss November MiSS DCCCIl1bCl' -Linda Mattix ' i ,rr . 9971 Miss January K Miss Februfry Miss September ' Cissy A Browrg Cray Briggs Miss March Miss April Miss May Student Intervention Team .a....,...... Annnnn ev' W aa , , ,,,, .1 I X' W K ' 1 5 s ' ' . ....: N fe f ' S ly I . i Mr. Buffins, Ms. White, and Ms. Ferrell take a break after a Student Intervention Team meeting. I ' S p The purpose of the Student Intervention Team is to identify school problems. Leadership is promoted through leadership workshops and training in group effectiveness. The intervention team hopes to spread this leadership ability to other clubs in the school, and to be an effective force in the community. Future aims include peer counseling groups to defeat student apathy. M so ferr Sherrie Williams proves that she does sit Kevin Douthit is an active member in and solve. S.I.T. , ' 4 gi ' Q , gs, f , , , W. 4 ff W ' it if . -... .. Q ,. , r N N 'T . ,....... E451 it 1 ., 2 .L .t....., . in qi are 9: . K L , S . 1 S ryyr ' .W x I Y' si L. to R., lst Row: Greg Cohen, Janet Maddux, Steve Sherrell. 2nd Row: Susan Thomas, Patti Morris, Sherrie Williams, Connie Baylor, Chris Canada, Brenda Zieseniss, Letitia Lynch, Susan Ballew, Yvone McGahey, Beth Rakestraw. Jennifer Newsome, Yolanda Young, Virginia Small, Melanie Walker, Cathy Kinman. 3rd Row: Mike Ham, Marsha Price, Belinda Newhouse, Tammy Grice, Darla Goss, Mike Floyd, Kevin Douthit, Keith Emberlin, Carol Woolbright, Lisa Culley, Mark Boyd. ' H' g,WW,,Q.,.,:..W., fi .1 H-. . Mum, V ,.W,,,WM,,,,,N H W I . . 2 3795 Freshman Chorus g i W N - f ..,V,, ff ,, N , ,, ,, . H3 3 .- 1 H Mm -VMWMJW ., ,WW-Q-V ,N..,,.,i, P 4- Y""' 'N' ' """ I I ""' IQ I . III -,. ... III -A A., III -- .. . Ii! . xnnanf... .1 .-0 I il 1... 1 ,W 9 1 P, my J .L Mr. Morrow Director 'lf' Billy Lile 2 yr mem Dei Smith Linda Reed Anita Simmons Joann Hardy Amber Leffingwell . Pres. Sec. Treas. Rayneu Kn'PPa , ,. N ' E V . , ll ,,r. I VV ,, , Vykh .. . James Martin Doug Sexton Steve Brinkley Mike Baker 2 yr. mem. 2 yr. mem. 2 yr. mem. Annette Simmons Lucrecia Mason Johnny Bryant Marshall Wheatley Karen Kristof April Stephens Donna Wilson Dora Bobien TREBLE CHOIR ., M... Mews.. x me li ' X A K 'if' an K f ' A ., L' ' w 4 "' ,. ' 2. Q 1 . v .. fat f' f wtf- . 'fm' , , . A i at 'f f' WJQQM we 'ff rf 1 M A H A lkVWN3,,g,,L,,,,4 .,,' , ,,5,fwigjQ45?' 5555 ,LEA 23:42-5115-ef?gz.f4.,3'ZaffQ'fA1s A -wa . as 1 we , , j ' ,agree-t 1-ff 52f,a..',- Fa , ,aff wg ff- gfffli.-wx. A ima-zazg L.. Q.- , ront Row: Cheryl Sirls, Marsha Rotramel, Stacey Brandenburg, Nena Dees, Traci Baker, Brenda Mabary, Rhonda Rhea, Cindy Scott, Lisa eLew, Sharon Hamilton, Laurie Oehlschlaeger, Robin Carlock, Dana Woodfin, Laurie Fryar, Kim Cade, Adela Molina. Second Row: harmion Graham, Donna Wheately, Sandra Couch, Pam Johnson, Wanda Payne, Karin Grant, Renee Duncan, Kelly Perry, Kay Woo- druff, Brenda Corder, Paula Winterbauer, Dolores Rodriguez, Kelly Worley. Back Row: Becky Thomas, Christi Curtsinger, Teresa Allen, ennifer Newsome, Julia Payne, Joni Thomas, Carrie Braucht, Sandy Black, Deanna Sims, Sara Chism, Dona Geron, Tina Vanderburg, alene Wilson. 7 Smile, we're in Treble Choir! The Samuell Treble Choir is composed of sophomore girls. They performed at the Christmas assembly, the Spring Arts Festi- val, and a DISD contest. They also act as ushers at programs such as Razz-Ma-Tazz, and the yearly musical. Officers are: President - Traci Baker, Secretary - Dana Woodfin, Librarians - Rhonda Rhea, and Wanda Payne. Concert Choir Back Row: Renee Delk, Debbie McDaniel, Kathy Baker, Paula Bledsoe, Misti Stanfeild, Gary Satterwhite, Keith Emberlin, Mark Manley,' Robert Shaw, Steve Baugh, James Martin, Doug Sexton, Mike Collins, Lloyd Tuley, Curtis Ramey, Billy Lile, Jay Penn, Butch Owens, Val- erie Davidson, Sherri Moore, Cray Briggs, Kayla Milam, Velma Jacobs, Beverly Dollgener, Saprina Watkins. Third Row: Alaina McCoy, Carol Woolbright, Terry Bradshaw, Jennifer Parks, Kris Lewis, Janice Delc, Roxanne Young, Steve Radney, John Shumaker, Jeff Scott, Charles Robertson, Bubba Lamont, Curt Fryar, Johnny Vidales, Kyle Lester, Raymond Smith, Eric Wynn, Bud Delk, Tana Hopkins, Cheryl Baker, Tammy Grice, Randa Hawkins, Angela Durham. Second Row: Ginger Rayburn, Margie Higgins, Debbie Starrett, Karen Whitlock, Cathy Todora, Lisa Williams, Robin Brantley, Thomas Westbrook, Gordon Sanders, Phillip Elery, Marcus Herring, Mark Westbrook, Terryf Wackett, Greg Pattillo, Phillip Smith, Mark Renfro, Lisa Meister, Lisa Barger, Teresa Davis, Nancy Dreer, Laura Karlen, Velda Lakey, Vickey Greer. Front Row: Kathy Kinman, Nancy Pipins, Rhonda Knippa, Jayne Gregory, Teresa McClendon, Tina Morgan, Darlene, Word, Tony Elery, Jinx Pitts, Shelly Simons, Sheryl Carruth, Tawnya Wooten, Diane Trent, Teri Smith, Morgana Shaw, Sherri Cook, Shelleyl Kuykendall, Becky Martinez, Regina Allen, Betsy McGuffey, Gena Hawkins, Linda Mattix, Tina Grimrnett, Connie Baylor, Felicia Harris. 1 I Officers: Front Row: Third Period: Curt Fryar - President, Gena Hawkins - Vice-President, Cray Briggs - Secretary, Mike Collins - Treasurer, Misti Stanfeild M Librarian, Debbie Starrett - Librarian, Vicky Greer - Historian. Second Row: Fourth Period: Bud Delk - President, Sheryl Carruth - Secretary, Terri Bradshaw - Treasurer, Connie Baylor - Librarian. Third Row: Fifth Period: Gary Satter- white - President, Carol Woolbright - Secretary, Kathy Baker - Treasurer, Teresa McClendon - Librarian, Jennifer Parks - Historian. 'gkgjfq Concert Choir started the year out by presenting i ii if ' the seventh annual Variety show, Razz Ma Tazz. The choir performed at the Christmas Assembly and sang at various churches in the community, They also sang at Baccalaureate and Commencement. The choir consists of sophomore, junior, and senior guys and junior and senior girls eligible to meet the requirements. The choir meets during third and fourth period every day. They also meet many hours after school. The choir is sponsored by Mr. C. B. Crook. The last major project of the year was the production of "The Sound Of Music." KPN x Accompanists - Jennifer Parks, Carol Woolbright and Lisa Bar- ger. lO3 l 04 S.C. . . Back Row: Seniors: Mark Manley, Gary Satterwhite, Keith Emberlin, Phillip Elery, Kyle Lester, Mike Collins, Lloyd Tuley, Bud Delk, Eddie Ward, Eric Wynn, Butch Owens, Raymond Smith, Mike Ham, Phillip Smith. Middle Row: Juniors: Greg Pattillo, Johnny Vidales, Steve Radney, John Shumaker, Gordon Sanders, Jeff Scott, Jay Penn. Front Row: Sophomores: Steve Baugh, James Martin, Robert Shaw, Bubba Lamont, Doug Sexton, Billy Lile, Charles Robertson, Steven Brinkley. Seated: fPresidentJ Curt Fryar if "1 'Y I Three Year Members: Front Row: Phillip Elery, Curt Fryar, Kyle Lester, Raymond Smith, Phillip Smith. Second Row: Keith Emberlin, Carol Woolbright, Eric Wynn. Third Row: Mark Manley, Gary Satterwhite, Mike Collins, Lloyd Tuley. Bud Delk, Butch Owens. Special E Handbell Choir to Right, Front Row: William Coffman, Helen Freeman, Jennifer Martin, Keith Goodman, Diane Randell, Darron Roshelle, Tina Sherri Stepanski, Carmella Hernandez, Melissa Marley, David Hanes, Mark Sissom. Back Row: Ms. Vanderslice, David Smith, Rob- Kelley, Ms. Hillburn, Brian Tate. Francis Cushingberry, Ms. Bennett, Kenneth Crouch. Stephen Pogue. Damon Howard, Douglas How- Deaf E andbell Choir Q 'lvl '41 to Right: Brenda Dupree, Mary Louise Lightfoot, Denise Coleman, Patrick Pearson, Pam Wilson, Onita Gaston. George Brass, Debra Ms. Vanderslice, Kelly Simmons, Royce Burke. i 5 ..'?K?'iv 2 H 5 mf My ' J15lgTERS!' Smith, S JE TERS! The JESTERSl are a very talented and highly respected group of singers directed by Mr. Clements Crook. They are selected each year from the members of Concert Choir. They perform for civic organizations, churches, other schools, and in variety shows such as Razz-Ma-Tazz and Music On Stage. The JESTERS! also put together their own annual assembly. The JESTERSl assembly was one opportunity for the singers to show their many tal- ents. The JESTERS! even display talent while doing exercises. Their performance was enjoyed by all who attended. I979-80 JESTERS! First Row: Darlene Word, Mark Manley, Mike Ham, Gary Satterwhite, Teresa McClendon. Second Row: John Shu maker, Carol Woolbright. Teri Smith, Stacy Brooks, Kathy Baker, Chuck Hesson. Third Row: Phillip Smith. Phillip Elery. Fourth Row Betsy McGuffey, Linda Matrix. Top Row: Greg Pattillo. ,G rchestra Shows Mu ical Proficienc The Samuell Orchestra would be defined more properly as a small chamber ensemble of eleven people. They have performed pub- licly. Also they have partici- pated in D.l.S.D. and solo ensemble contests. The orchestra's sponsor is Mr. Whisler. Row l: Dean Parker, Donna Williams, Bennie Roberts. Row 2: Kilena Tierney, Juanita Ramirez, Adrea Kelley. Row 3: Micheal Tierney, Janet Maddux, Steven Gilbreath. Terry Jetton Dean Parker Donna Williams Mack Carter Kilena Tierney Violinist Violinist Violinist Violinist Violist f , ft 'K . W 'jr Juanita Ramirez Janet Maddux Micheal Tierney Steve Gilbeath Violist Cellist Cellist Cellist Senatu Populu que Romanu MN NIT ,Q . T . -,,,.e,.. .. ...M Back Row: Mike Floyd, Janet McFerrin, Byron Johnson, Valarie Davidson, Gayle DuPree, Shawn Shreves, Greg Pattillo, Melanie Walker, Beth Cobb, Stacy Brooks, Steve Pullen. Front Row: Charles Stratton, Kyle Lester, Sponsor Ms. Hamilton, Glen Wilson, Kerry Overton, Shannon Ware, Paula Bledsoe, Robert Fowler, Russell Smith. 74 f :W -4 v7 f ,i lf? ii. is at it Q f 2 By . . ., tty t f. . E Aw SSS 4.5 5, iV.1?'z' y' H , :ew-5 sw giwr i 25 52 222 , it gf WW '..s The Senatus Populusque Romanus fS.Q.P.R.j is the W. W. Samuell Latin Club, a group of people who promote interest in the study of Latin and learning about Roman customs and ideals. The club participates in a state convention in Austin, and holds a banquet in late March. Their motto is "Mens agitat molemi' C'The mind moves the mass"J. 1979-80 officers of the Senatus Populusque Romanus were: Kyle Lester, second year consul Cpresidentjg Greg Pattillo, first year consul ' Cpresidentjg Valarie Davidson, praetor Cvice- presidentjg Melanie Walker, quaestor ftreasurerjg and Byron Johnson, aedeli Cprogram chairmanj. Meetings were held every other week in the curia CMS. Hamiltonis classj. Shawn Shreves and Greg Pattillo wore their togas to Latin Club. Le Cercle Front Row: Yvette Gaylord, Susan Thomas, Rhonda Knippa, Marsha Houston, Gina Jurik, Tammy Page, Teresa McClendon, Gordon San- ders, Randy Moore, Loretta Freeman, Cindy Scott, Steve Christian. Second Row: Terri Bradshaw, Teresa Davis, Tami McGowan, Jennifer Parks, Lisa Williams, LouAnn Champion, Cheryl Baker, Lisa Ballew, Rhonda Rhea, Andrea Vinson, Connie Baylor, Ms. Reed. Third Row: Beth Walker, Denise Hamilton, Tanoa Watts, Renee Delk, Carol Woolbright, Sherri Moore, Robert Shaw, Holly Maxey, Tony Browning, Bud Delk. L-R: Bud Delk - President, Cheryl Baker - Treasurer, Cindy Scott - Asst. Secretary, Carol Woolbright - Asst. Vice President, Holly Maxey - Vice President, Sherri Moore - Secretary. The members of Le Cercle Francais believe in promoting international understanding by encouraging observation of foreign customs and cul- ture. The year began with an acquaintance banquet at The Magic Pan. The French Club entered the Christmas hall-decorating contest and won first place. "A Peasant Girl of Champagne," the club's decoration on the FHA Christmas Tree, won most beautiful. Le Cercle Francais celebrated French holidays in mock fashion and donated money to other causes. The sponsor is Mrs. Reed. Francai w,,fff'f ' W.. Mrs. Reed and Cindy Scott prepare for the French Club Christmas Dinner. 1' 1 f?,fiii '51, Kirk E , , zzz, Kevin Willmon and Frank Haggerty munch out at Le Repas. -J Chris Cole and Lisa Williams wait patiently for dinner. One of the many treats serve Christmas Dinner. d at the The purpose of the Span- ish Club is to make the members more aware of the contributions of Hispanics on our society and to fur- ther an understanding of their culture. On March 13-15, fifteen club members went to the Pan-American Student Forum in San Antonio. Ms. Cost and Ms. Rhoads went with them. The club's T-shirts were black with the Mexican insignia on the front. Spon- sors are: Ms. Groggs and Ms.Rhoads. Spani h Club Patti Morris works hard making posters for the club. 11 , ,, ' ,,. W ..,,,.. v Doug Tramel helps the class celebrate "Day of the Dead." The Spanish Club loads up for the convention in San Antonio. 'S ,Ayres x iii! gin! 1 K 3 h ' K i F ft 3' S ii' :ia Row l: Ms. Rhoads, Alicia Lopez. Adela Molina, Marcus Powell, Lenora Coronado, Teri Smith. Beth Gilliam. Ms. Groggs. Row 2: Craig Johnson, Rosalyn Ford, Amy Matthews, Susan Thomas, Debbie Bullard, Jeane Harrison, Marsha Price, Yolanda Martinez. Row 3: Lysa Scoggins, Deirdre Roberts, Laurie Johnson, Norman Meche, Laurie Johnson, Patti Morris. Sherrie Williams. Sharon Carter. Row 4: Joe Sullivan, Roxanne Young, Doug Hobbs, Annette Sosa, David Williams, Darla Goss, Alaina McCoy, Kevin Douthit. Row 5: Vicki Greer, Steve Radney, Cliff Reed, Leah Stein, Steve Sherrell, Carol Harkness. Jamie Holland, Jose Garcia. Future Homemakers of America Toward ew Horizon . Brown - Chapter III . Armstrong - Chapter IV Ms. Evans - Chapter I Ms. Perez - Chapter II Ms l Ms Back Row: Ms. Evans, Robbie Harris, Ms. Brown, Curtis Amold, Felecia Harris, Ed lones, Janice Ross, Carolyn Bryant, Carol Frazier. Front Row: Kristy Lewis, Mylend Patt, Helen Freeman, Michelle Musick, Regina Bennett. V Healthy Baby Team: Janice Ross, Helen Freeman, Michelle Musick. Classes Involved in F.H.A. Homemaking I Homemaking II Homemaking III Home and Family Living Child Development Consumer Education Home Management Home F umishings Activities Involving all Chapters of F.H.A. March of Dimes Field Trip Installation of Officers Area F.H.A. Meeting State F.H.A. Meeting Health Baby Team Design New F.H.A. Meeting L-R: Back Row: Ms. Evans, Anthony Parker. Kevin Sumrow, Cindy Gunn, Harold Moore. Beth Cobb, Robin Hubbard, Tammy Johnson. Front Row: Sabrenda Hill, Kathy Baker, Sherri Long. I fact f ff QPASIW' L-R: Back Row: Diane Wooten, Tonya Hill, Kayla Milam, Cliff Hatter, Tina Dorn, Pam Davis. Sammie Collins, Ms. Evans. Front Row: Jinx Pitts, Sherri Cook, Felicia Harris, Elbert Diggs, Kim Elliott, Scotty Jones. L-R: B-T: Linda Maybery, Reggie Bennett, Delorise Bruno, Mylend Patt, Carolyn Russell, Karla Lamb, Carol Couch, Melonie Mathis, Terri King, Tunisunia Taylor, Ms. Evans. Mid- dle Row: Cathy Beasley, Brenda Ward, Rhonda Beaver, Pam Davis, Janis Ross, Patricia Gamer. Front Row: Linda Zieseniss, Cheryl Tatum, Lysa Scoggins. I I I I I 5 Back Row: Anne Keahey, Angela Durham. Si, Row: Vita Williams, Lisa Adams. Jeff Hargro Fifth Row: Brenda Zieseniss, Cheryl Williai Paula McKelroy, Debbie Moore. Fourth Ri Janis Sealy, Alisa Johnston, Joy Farr. Th Row: Tracy Kirkpatrick. Kathy DuPree, Deb! Starrett. Tonya Elery. Second Row: An Toliver, Kristy Lewis, Darlene Word. First RCI Shari Griggs, Yvonne Ramirez, Louann Cha pion, Janice DeLo. I Chapter 1 . Activities Get acquainted picnic Homemaking party with special ed class. FHA Christmas Spirit Tree. FHA Christmas Banquet. Installation of officers. Area FHA Meeting. State FHA Meeting. Easter Project. March of Dimes. Healthy Babies. Training Season. I Chapter 2 j l l Robert Callen. Back Row: Frances Bell, Lisa Brummett, Karen Whitlock, Bob Lacy, Sheretta Curl, Daisy Daniels. Front Row: Delorise Bruno, ,Regina Gabriel, Sabrenda Hill, Karla Lamb, Fanessa Watson. r r 'Back Row: Chester Holloway, Robert Polk, Kevin McKinney. Fourth Row: Sylvia Marshall, Teresa Haddock, Anna Howdeshell. lThird Row: Wilma Hays, Cheryl Williams, Tunisunia Taylor. Sec- ond Row: Karen Pinkham, Lee Ann Laarits, Karen Burney. Front Row: Ms. Perez, Faye Reyna, Regina Warren. Kerry Overton, Tracy Kirkpatrick, Kayla Milam, Julie White, Sherri Dawson, Debra Butler, Leah Stein. Cheri Weatherall, Carol Couch. Kelly Payne, Cassandra Davis, Catherine Beasley, Robin Hubbard. -M W9 Back Row: Brenda Bell, Marcus Powell, Robin Vaughan, Front Row: Carolyn Reynolds, Angela Durham, Yvette Sands. Back Row: Debbie Butler, Carol Frazier, Mylend Patt, Carole Price. Front Row: Diana Smith, Leigh Carroll, Regina Bennett, Helen Freeman. I . Back Row: Mary Caperton, Julie Mudgett, Gwen Page, Sheila Miles, Helen Freeman, Regina Gabriel, Christie Weltchek. Front Row: Tammy Beasley, Susan Bellah, Tawanna Hobbs, Cheryl Tatum, Carolyn Russell, Tana Hopkins, Rhonda Beaver. Back Row: Mark Boyd, Vickey Greer, Rita Johnson. Fourth Row: Lorietta Mackey, Lori Moore, Sheretta Curl. Third Row: Curtis Arnold, Vickie Cooper, Anita Conley. Second Row: Ezekiel Hender- son, Dedra Davis, Grover Taylor. Front Row: Tammy Bellah, Mic- helle Musick, Cathy Washington, Daynna Breithaupt. Chapter 3 Activities Christmas Luncheon for Custodians. Christmas Goodies for teachers. Trip to Scottish Rite Hospital. F.H.A. Fashion Show. Attended Area F.H.A. meeting in Denton in March. Attended State F.H.A. meeting in Houston in April. ' Chapter 4 Activities Made Trick-or-Treat sacks for faculty and Fairhaven Nursing Home. Sent Christmas Cards to the hostages in Iran. .1 Back Row: Ms. Armstrong, Laurie Oehlschlaeger, Mary Hart, Sandra Mackey. Fred Bruton, Leann Laarits. Regina Warren. Cheryl Williams. Front Row: Tonya Hill, Sharron Murry. Debbie Warren. Cynthia Bennett, Rhonda Martin. -if it his is ,.... Veronica Davis, Sylvia Marshall, Lisa Boshears. Fanessa Watson, Back Row: Ms. Armstrong. Sherri O'Donley, Trent Keasler, Ricky Karen Burney. Story. Paula McKelroy. Edward Jones. Second Row: Letitia Lynch. Diane Beasley, Sonia McGahey. Geraldine Friday. Front Row: Felecia Lane, Sylvia Howard. Belinda Maurry, Kathy DuPree. f ,Xa-awww' Back Row: Gwen Burney, Frank Haggerty. Belinda Newhouse. Second Row: Tonja LaBlanc. Lysa Scoggins, Brenda Perkins, Kay Kennedy, Linda Maybery. Front Row: Sammie Collins. Carla Turner. Preston Brice. 5 am s D.E.C.A. iGTE Fgr QQREL , Ken Jones - President Sandra Snead - Vice-President Michelle Mills - Secretary Darla Goss - Treasurer The 1979-80 D.E.C.A. Officers: Tim Williams - Photographer Paula Kuykendall - Reporter Mitchell Mills - Historian Charlie Martinez - Parliamentarian Ralph Ramsey - Chaplain T if in Fl T P A 4 4 o Lori Wood has dinner with her parents at D.E.C.A.'s Installation of Officers. -HW' Darla Goss 1' Q.. 1, , one of the officers, enjoys her meal. Top: Charlie, Todd, Ken, Kurby. Bo at Lancaster High for those who can't. MQW Sandy Lake's adventure proves to be more fun than work. ttom: Sandra, Cheryl and Susan dance The D.E.C.A. Gang at Sandy Lake for D.E.C.A. Olympics! The D.E.C.A. Gang gets together for a quick picture. 132 4? Q . The D.E.C.A. Officers at Crystal Pizza Palace. Paula Kuykendall at Camp Carter. Santa's Helper, Denise Jor- ., L den. ' D.E.C.A.'s party for underprivileged kids. Another of Santa's little helpers, Karen Coffman. Wa I Gigi fi Q . Senator Margret Chase Smith was a fan- Mr. Day must be watching the college girls walk by at Northwood Institute. tastic speaker. Q ,,- Karen and Bobby shop with their adopted children for the day. Charlie Martinez makes a good Santa! Ms. Blesse and Mr. Day and friends venture out for a good time. Ynes Flores, Area II Vice-President ,av in Russell and Jay shop at Sears at Christmas time! Darrell Jorden at Super Skate. 'The H.E.R.O. club of America is an integral part of the Home Economics Cooperative Education CHECEJ program. The club plans and executes a service project each year. The members attend workshops at area and state meetings. The sponsor of H.E.R.O. is Mrs. Eva Griffin. ...N-A Shelia Carter H.E.R.O. cp ...i. L .5 it f' ' t"11--1 I W' s W . ..., .. I F W T N X Ns '? we X X55 J wikis-skmgg X ik 3 NRNSRE5 WMM! W is W e N MW 9' Q E , Uv was N 5 5 X! swf 1 it Q, 5 li . . 4 Back Row: Tammy Clark, Mrs. Griffin, Myrna Williams, Sabrenda Hill, Janice Davis, Randy' McDonald. Front Row: Francine Johnson, Linda Dunn, Linda Martin, Tina Jackson, Lynette Murr, Sheri Long, Janna Selman, Shelia Carter, Tracy Barry. i 5: tifi .. ii, 4, I his fi' is I p si' y . i esee t e J i Randy McDonald Ronnie Reynolds Linda Dunn, Denise Bickell, Tracy Barry. Sheila Carter, Tina Jackson, Sabrenda Elvis Long Hill, Francine Johnson, Janice Davis. 122 1 Linda Dunn Tammy Gray Francine Johnson Tracy Barry if 'lf li ii Q Linda Martin Lynett Murr Janna Selman Myrna Williams Tammy Clark Tina J ackson ri X Q , 3, 'Q rx H ,,.. V N q -',r if f Sabrenda Hill Sheri Long Vocation Office Education is a cooperative effort between the Dallas Independent School District and the business com- munity to prepare students for careers in office occupations. In the classroom, students learn to operate different types of office equipment and develop their office skills. They learn many office proce- dures, practices, ethics, the importance of a good attitude, dependability, accuracy and the ability to get along with others. Cooperative students attend classes for one-half a day which includes an hour in the V.O.E. classroom. Then they go to their place of employment. WINNERS AT THE O.E.A. AREA CONTEST Deidre Roberts - lst place Denise Hamilton - 2nd place Sharon Jenkins - 5th place W INN ERS AT STATE O.E.A. CONTEST Deidre Roberts f lst place Denise Hamilton f 5th place O.E. . ,. .Q . I ' . 105' Q7 i. I 1:L e -' f. t 53 ., W K NTS, if K ' . itrt i A T ...,. , - L A I . ' P Q fg I - Saundra Hale, Beatrice Jefferson, Debbie Dudik, Ginger Bird, Lanae Lackey, Sharon Jeni kins, Jolene Aicklen - Sponsor. 2 - Deidre Roberts, Felisitas Del Castillo, Sandra Durrett. E - Anna Foster, Robin Hendryx, Sandra Trejo. 4 - Sheri Tatum, Sandra Davenport, Chiarina Avery. 5 - Lisa Williams, Tammie Whitney, Patricia Diffee. 6 - Janie Parker, Nelda Moore' Rosie Ramirez. Jolene Aicklen - Sponsor Pam Bailey - Grove State Bank l Pamela Beasley X Ginger Blrd Sandra Davenport Southland Corp. Credit Union Fidelity Union Life Dallas Water Utilities raisins Del castino D sandra Durrett Patricia nmee D.l.S.D. Amer. Ins. Co. of Texas Sedco IDeborah Dudik Anna Foster Saundra Hale iDallas Water Utilities First National Bank in Dallas Biller Sears, Roebuck, and Co V X Denise Hamilton Robin Hendryx n Beatrice JCffel'SOI1 Fidelity Union Life Dallas Water Utilities H-E.W- Clerk Typist Sharon Jenkins Lanae Lackey i Nelda Moore Bryant and Beaty Law Firm White's Central Credit Office D.I,S,D, Rhonda Morris 1 Janie Parker 'Rosie Ramirez Hom Williams Ford Wholesale Electronic Supply Sears and Roebuck Co., Batch Control Clerk Deirdre Roberts Sheri Tatum Law Office Dallas Water Utilities a Barbara Thomton Trinity Savings and Loan ...- Sandra Trejo Tammie Whitney Lisa Williams National Bank of Commerce, Dallas The Salvation Amiy Community Center Dallas Medical and Surgical Clinic - Hosp. OEA is a youth organization for Vocational Office Education, an occupational education pro- gram. Through this program stu- dents learn skills for office-rela- ted occupations. Several student activities OEA II includes are the installation of officers at Fair Park Garden Cen- ter, a tour of a local business office, an open house for the busi- ness department, fund raising ,ti ,g'i ' ' projects, and social gatherings. The sponsor is Mrs. Betty Haw- S K kins. iTina Grimmett - Vice-President, Karen Whitlock - Treasurer, Belinda Gudino - Secre- tary, Sheryl Carruth - Reporter, Yvonne McGahey - President. 1 A lTina Grimmett, Margie Higgins, Lisa Brummett, Donna Shelby, Lori Hughes, Janet McFerrin, Yvonne McGahey. Vickie Fergu- Nancy Pipins, Karen Whitlock. son, Daylean Davis, Kathy Foster, Marcia Keasler, Paula Ward. nf mg ' LHC' ' X ifiziqf Lisa Hooker, Linda Gudino, Gladis Glosson, Sheila Ragan, Sheri Goodman, Shelley Kuykendall. Sheryl Carruth. Paula Cheat- ,Belinda Gudino, Lori Garcia, Margaret Parks. wood. Bryon Chism, Angela Green. V.I.C.A. started in the late 20's to develop youth in the commu- nity through a cooperative rela- tionship between school and industry. Students who qualify for V.I.C.A. through I.C.T. can work their way through school not only earning but more impor- tantly learning. Officers not pictured are Vice President Bryan Wiser and Ser- geant of Arms Rickey Owen. V.I.C.A. I 5 i Treasurer: Gary Bench, President: James Donahue, Secretary: Tammy Franks. First Row: Jose Kerbow, Tammy Franks, Byron Leffingwell, Thomas Roli- son, Gary Bench, Rickey Owen, Jon Allen, Kevin Hager, Steve Goodman. Second Row: Daniel Shaf- fer, Daniel Ybarra, Mike Guthrie, Gary Litton, Brian Sweet, James Donahue, Todd Martin. -:mari Todd Martin and Brian Sweet show mixed emotions in class. af' Kevin Hager, Jon Allen, Steve Goodman and Gary Bench decide on their cuisine. 128 Harold Moore, Penny Nichols, Teresa Embrey, and Gary Bench pal around. Darrel Babbit, Rickey Owen and Robert Waldrop grin as Bryan Wiser spikes his tea. r i The whole I.C.T. class poses for a "quicky" a Reunion Tower. 1 l Penny Nichols, Bobby Jock, Teresa Embr and Harold Moore wait for refills. l Industrial Arts Club The Industrial Art Club is an organiza- tion that exposes stu- I dents to the knowl- edge and information of what the Industrial Arts are all about. I Some of the activities the club participated in this year were the making and selling of .i cutting boards. The money they made from these projects was used to go to the State Competition in ' May. Sponsors are Mr. Adcock, Mr. Cantu, Mr. Clamon, and Mr. Foster. Officers: Robbie Hari'is - Reporter, Tammie Wade - Secretary, Vance Ballew - Vice-President, Debbie Cremer - Treasurer, Bud Delk - President, Arthur Pennington - Sergeant-At-Arms. l I r i L-R: Jimmy Bullard, Vance Ballew, Tammie Wade, Bud Delk, Tammy Beasley, Robbie Harris, Randy Harrison, Debbie CME, Arthur Pennington, I Jose Garcia. 129 .o.C.T. The V.O.C.T. club consists of all the members of C.V.A.E. Co- op. The club provides each student with an opportunity to participate in contests and leadership activities on area and state level. The club also involves itself with various community projects. The Christmas Party for a needy family is one of the highlights of each year. The sponsor of V.O.C.T. is Mr. Charlie McRae. ee H T V.O.C.T. Officers: Parl.: Ronald Waldrop, Reporter: Dewaina Fain, Pres.: Brian Mitchell: Sgt.-at-Arms: Stephanie Broxson, V. Pres.: Robbie Pannell, Sec.: Sandra Poston. 1 1 i :rm S3440 'iii rg Se' -if 3 is IT! N , fi ff' 59 F 4 a 1 'iii " 'Rid A V.O.C.T. Club Members: lst Row: Rodolfo Saucedo, Adrian Reynoso, Fred Sherrow, Keith Trantham, Melody Freeman, Doug Ligon. 2nd Row: Christy Crannell, Mike Adams, Jessy Stringer, Ronald Waldrop, Dewaina Fain,-Brian Mitchell, Ricky De La Rosa, Sandra Poston, Laura Hawthorne. 3rd Row: Kevin Harris, Carl Hargrove, Roy Walker, Larry Bench, Stephanie Broxson, Robert Pannell, Tricia Chambers, Lori Harrison, David Miller. Roy Johnson - Toy Fair Rickie Washlnton - Jack-in-the-Box David Miller - Jack Nalley Texaco Ronald Waldrop Q Allstate Glass Co. Graylon Pope - Vance's Grocery Larry Bench - Tinker's Auto Machine V Shop C.V.A.E. at Work! Brian Mitchell - Home Furniture Co. Roy Walker- Pizza Hut Sandra Poston - Dallas Utilities A , . wg Dewaina Fain - Target Printing Co. Mike Hubacek - Braums Christine Crannell - Pleasant Wood Day Care Woods 8c Water fitffltff? Jinx Pitts, Phyllis Jackson, Linda Maybery, Ms. Peterson, Larry Coronado, Diana Smith, Mr. Hervey, Sherry Page, Alan Miller, Michele Steele, Tracy Kirkpatrick, Yvonne Ramirez, Joy Farr, Sheila Miles, Shari Griggs, Rita Duran, Allen Cross, Wendy Kirkpatrick, Brenda Zieseniss, Saprina Watkins, Randy .Davis, Renee Russell, Mark Boyd, Billy Record, Stan Haggerty, Paula McKelroy, Bud Delk, Mike Collins, Lloyd Tuley, Terry Tutt, Jeff Hargrove, Shawn Cooley. P.A.C. L-R: Front: Tony Key, Laurie Johnson, Marsha Houston, Marsha Price, Jose Gar- cia. Back: Sherman Tyler, Vincent Nealy, Fanessa Watson, Penny Bird, Stan Hag- gerty, Donna Graham. Mr. Stokes. Sign Language V .O.C.C. iffiif , V . ' K , ' "' 2 - 4' Q -I - ,uae , Y-, V ' Ji '. ' -tif Srplr "if, E! f , ' ' '11 ' A fx. ' vm fra, .. N ' I' "' iz. a its .41 f-.w 3 ' Yyjff 71, ' 'L L., A t f "" If ','i PC 5, i w K,.'M' fi J W" '75 pf- fstsgv -fears A ,,,. f 3 , 5 , W , if tg: L-R: Standing: Ms. Cawyer, Dale Dullenty, Coleen Moreno, Pam Singleton, Cathy Templin, Betsy Bales, Mary Ann Hawkins, Rhonda Fair. Sitting: Donald Brewer, Onita Gaston. L-R: Sitting: Donna Wheatley, Chris Winstead, Tina Campbell, Psyche Herod, Randy Kerry, Daniel Bassford. Middle: Belinda Maurry, Brenda Corder, Glenda Coleman, Michelle Honeycutt, Marshall Wheatley. Becky Poston, Kristi Cain. Back: Wesley Mor- rison, Steve Rangel, Andre Vinson, Juan Montalvo, Mack Carter, Wayne Mitchell, Becky Thomas, Lester Tumey. Young Women's Professional Forum Becky Rogers, Dierdre Roberts, Ms. Adams, and Becky Martinez listen attentively to the speakers at the Young Women's Professional Forum dinner. The Young Womenfs Profes- sional Forum was formed this year to acquaint women students with non-traditional and profes- sional career opportunities and to prepare them for the working world. Activities this year included a dinner with professional women as guest speakers, an assertive- ness training workshop, a field trip to Proctor and Gamble, a career awareness workshop, and a banquet. This organization was given a grant by McMurry Foundation to pursue these goals. Sponsors are Reba Cost and Jane White. Members of the Young Women's Professional Forum, new organization in its first year at Samuell. Dr. Ruth Guy kept everyone's attention at the Young Women's Professional Forum dinner. 133 R.G.T.C. onthe March! Senior Army Instructor - Ltc. L. D. Wittkower frightj and Army Instructor - FSg. Henry T. Bivens lndividual Drill Competition: D. Phillips, J. Baughman. J. Mon- talvo. R. Faure, G. Taylor. J. Craig, S. Terry, C. Bailey. Kneeling: D. Green. C. Martinez, B. Johnson. Colonial Color Guard: An unique collection of historical and con- temporary flags that have flown during the growth and development of the United States of America. Orienteering Team: L. to R.: Jacob Baughman, Dale Phillips Michael Dale, Grover Taylor. r P Rifle Team: M. Dale, D. Phillips, W. Kovacs. J. Montalvo. J. Craig S, Terry. Kneeling: R. Faure. B. Johnson. G. Taylor. J. Baughman. Girls' Drill Team: FSg. Bivens, A. Gooch. C. Graham, A. Webb. E Spencer, C. Sirls. S. Jenkins, T. Ward. G. Carter, M. Garcia. A Washington. Kneeling: A. Toliver. T. Dorn. G. Glosson. D. Frazie: P. Williams. Cadet Company CCAQD ,am Cadet Com- pany CCC!! Cadet Company CCD99 Cadet Company CCB99 Lo I Cadet Com- pan CC 99 is 1, . .Q-ya -"1 'Rift' V " 'K me K fwtf. . '4- . r, . -4 ' it wflkwigim. Ki fieif, 1 ,,.6.k,lL. x J. ,,Ag,. "'Lg,IFI3'rL . K l N" ' 'im t if x f fwlef I ..: - 5 me ' - k"'u,.,z' , .Qi Q fs ' if .Y ' W FSg. Martinez K. N . -.Vx as R Q, , ,. . f K . 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Frazier FSgt. Cole Lt. Cherry Sgt. Blackmon 137 Cadet gy -,P Compan ff CC 99 ' A I I ' 1 L'-F22 Sgt. Maj. Bailey Cpl. Williams PFC Webb Cpl. Johnson Cpl. Dom FSgt. Fultz Col. Faure Cpt. Davis PFC Webb Cpt. Torres PFC Terry Llc. Phillips Cpl. Parker Cpl. Dorn PFC Brice Pvt. Burris Cpl. Bollin Cpt. Bailey Cadet ompany cc 99 Cpl. Carter Cpl. Frazier PFC Bray FSg Baughman SJ W . Cpl. Dale Cpl. Donaldson Cpl. Jenkins Sgt. Craig Cpl. Spencer 1 . Q, Cpl. Kidd Cpl. Kegey Lt. Johnson Cpl. Ibanez Sgt. Hicks Cpl. Pearson Lt. Patterson PFC Miller Sgt. McCoy Cpl. Malone A g. . PFC Roberts PFC Richards Sgt. Williams Cpl. Zieseniss Sgt. Webb 40 The 1979-80 Jeff Steven Shawn Jennifer Cray Darryl Morrow Cain Shreves Parks Briggs Jordan Phillip Nick Raymond Michelle Carol Louann Smith Silva Smith Saucier Woolbright Champion Chuck Valarie Bud Joe Greg Chris Hesson Davidson Delk Sullivan Pattillo Cole Amber Billy John James Mark Deidre Leffingwell Lile Rodriquez Martin Walker Smith Kathy Shelly Steve Cheryl Laura Johnny Murphy Simons Sherrell A Baker Karlen Bryant Byron Cyndie Paula Dolores Steven Brenda Chism Pierce Winterbauer Rodriquez Baugh Johnson The pian Nancy Cindy Anita Annette Karen Cathy Dreer Hathcock Simmons Simmons Kristof Todora Bobby Darrell Billy Kim Carrie Tami Pitts Bockemehl Hill Cade Braucht Le Lisa Raynell Marsha Terri Laurie Linda Lamb Knippa Houston Bradshaw Johnson Mattix Debbie Leigh Steve Nancy Peggy Steven McDaniel Carroll Pullen Pipins Slaughter Gustafson Jeff Morrow: Drama Director, Thespian Sponsor. Steven Cain: Pres., "Capt. Frank Burns," "Geronte," "Boaz," "The Wizard." Shawn Shreves. V. Pres., "Gen. Hammond," "Toto," Jennifer Parks. Sec., "Mitzi Bonwitf' Cray Briggs: Treas. - "Margaret," Darryl Jordan: Pub., "Hawkeye," "Scapino," "Bruce," "Cowardly Lion." Phillip Smith: "Duke," "Manuel," "Sylvestro," "The Scarecrow." Nick Silva: "Ottavio," Raymond Smith: "I-leadwaiterf' "Asa Whitelawf' "Verdo." Michelle Saucier: "Lt, Louise Kimble," "Nerine," "Belinda" Carol Woolbright: "Lt. Janice Fury." Louann Champion: "Capt Bridget," "Giacinta," "Minnie," "Dorothy." Chuck Hesson: "Lt. Col. Henry Blake." Valarie Davidson: "Maj. Ruth Haskell "Florinzella," "Melinda" Joe Sullivan: "Walt," "Argante," "Walter," "Rugg," "Tin Wood Man." Greg Pattillo: "Radar." Amber Leffingwell: "Lt. Nancy Phillips," "Zerbinetta," "Nita," "Inky," "Poppie." Billy Lile: "Sgt. Devine," "Leandro," "Winkle." John Rodriquez: "Ug1y." James Martin: "Put," "Lopez." Mark Walker: "Tonic Guzman," "Bog" Deidre Smith: "Waitress," "Hester," "Slinky," "Poppie." Kathy Murphy: "Miss Randazzlef' "Waitress," "Jade" Shelly Simons: "Fritzi Bonwit." Steven Sherrell: "Trapper John." Johnny Bryant: "Put. Boone," "Sylvanus Snow," "Wonklef' Byron Chism: "Spearchucker." Cyndie Pierce: "Waitress," "Amber," Steven Baugh: "Ho-Jon." Cindy Hatheock: "Congresswoman Goldfarbf' Anita Simmons: "B1inky,""Poppie." Annette Simmons: "Zog," "Topez." Marsha Houston: "Agnes Bonwitf' Steven Gustafson: "Father John Mulcahy." The Samuell student council is an integral part of many school affairs. They sponsored the Howdy Dance, and the Homecoming Dance. The council also adopted grannies at the Fairhaven Nursing Home, and held parties for them periodically. They held the District III Spring Convention at Samuell on March 3 for other schools, student councils in the area. The student council sold Spartagrams in the lunchroom over the Valentine holidays. They printed a Newsletter each month and sponsored dress-up day. The Christmas Hall Decorating Contest, in which many clubs participated, was also sponsored by the council. The Spartan of the week was chosen and recognized by the council. They obtained the new lunchroom for the exclusive use of the Seniors and the juke box. At the first of the year, a student council-sponsored assembly was held to acquaint the freshmen and other new students with school organizations. Mrs. Edwina Wallace - Sponsor Student If 3 P r Officers: Mike Ham - President, Lori Keahey - Vice President Anglo Affairs, Jose Gart cia - Mexican Affairs, Donna Graham - Black Affairs, Jana Chambers - Secretary Penny Bird - Treasurer. V., 3 fb . H 3 lea Eirecutive Board: Cray Briggs - Works and Projects, Diane Trent - Devotion, Marsha Price - Publicity, Lori Keahty, Penny Bird, Mike Ham, Donna Graham, Stacy Brooks - Recreation, Jana Chambers - Elections, Jose Garcia - Hospitality. Council fiembers: Jan Bailey, JoAnn Hardy, April Stephens, Dana Wester, Lance Ballew, Tracy Laker, Cindy Scott, Tony Key, Stacy Brooks, Jana Chambers, Mike Collins, Mike Ham, ose Garcia, Ms. Wolf, Becky Thomas, Jennifer Newsome, Patty Morris, Roxanne Young, Ms. Wolfe - Co.-Advisor immy Bullard, Kim Cade. .ori Keahey, Regi Warren, and Jimmy lullard make plans for the Spring Con- lention. Members: Byron Chism, Alisa Johnston, Debbie Starrett, Gena Hawkins, Cissy Brown, Kelsie Barr, Lori Keahey, Linda Maybery, Susan Self, Lori Wheeler, Pete Wackett, Vance Ballew, Lorri Fowler, Byron Johnson, Raynell Knippa, Steve Radney, Cray Briggs, Marsha Price, Mark Boyd, Nancy Dreer, Darla Goss. Members: Jill Granberry, Craig Johnson, Diane Trent, Curt Fryar, Cheryl Sirls, Regina Warren, Sandra Couch, JoAnn Benson, Laurie Fryar, Zena Ruzicka, Melanie Walker. Patty Underbrink, Jeane Harrison, Marsha Houston, Julie Trantham, Donna Graham, Rhonda Rhea, Vincent Nealy. Penny Bird. Morgana Shaw, Byron Chism, and Tony Key map things out in Student Council. 79-80 ational The NHSiS0He9fIhe Two Year Members most prestigious organizations of any school, because membership is not - open to all students. 1 Members in the NHS must have made an outstanding record for themselves in 4 ' school. Teachers rate prospective members each We year, so a student's induction into the Society is the highest honor the faculty can bestowsllliferzligs Steve Sherrell Deirdre Roberts ' President V-President P 'wmv .M ,,,, , Carol Woolbright Raymond Smith Kathy Baker Cray Briggs " A Treasurer Stacy Brooks Louann Champion David Dunagan Kim Elliott Yvette Gaylord Denise Hamilton Felicia Harris Linda Harris 144 onor Societ Ken Jones Darryl Jordan Gina J urik A . Betsy McGuffey Greg Money Jennifer Parks Gary Satterwhite Nick Silva Cheryl Tatum -A Q Patty Underbrink Steven Wanderscheid Tanoa Watts David Williams Class g 4 9 9 one year members .Ian Deborah Steven Bailey Bullard Cain Sheryl Lisa Steven Teresa Keith Anna Carruth Culley Darr Davis Emberlin Foster Janet Randy Sherri Rhonda Marsha Clifford Maddux Moore Moore Morris Price Reed Paul Susan Barbara Lisa Glen Yolanda Scott Thomas Thornton Williams Wilson Young 146 Class of 81 Row: Tammy Page, Melanie Walker, Dava Bingham, Patti Morris, Teri Smith, Lori Hughes, Susan Ballew, Becky Martinez. Second Kevin Bailey, Susan Reed, Paula Cheatwood, Sherrie Williams. Beth Gilliam, Beth Walker, Laurie Johnson, Loretta Freeman, Zena Beth Rakestraw, Mr. Don Bohart. Third Row: Danny Klimpel, Chris Cole, Joe Sullivan, Augustin Ramirez, Steve Radney, Clint Steve Christain, David Dixon, Cliff Campbell, Mike Floyd. , . .S. Sponsors l ,, Y Don Bohart Gail Hamilton Juanita Reed cj., 1980 Pub Staff it AANT No Sroppm us Now Q ew 5 l q,O i 1 pf . . 14 wi, I-A' T f David Dunagan - Cray Briggs - Co-Editor, Lisa Culley - Co-Editor Art, Kyle Lester - Business Editors Misti Stanfield, Carol Woolbright, Gena Hawkins, Laurie John- son. Stacy Brooks. Linda Mattix, Mark Manley, Sherrie Moore, Susan Thomas, Lenora Coronado. l Carol Harkness, Steve Sherrell, Denise Hamilton, Valerie David- son, Kevin McKinney, Deirdre Roberts. Gail Griffis. ' PUB STAFF Non-stop Seniors y The Senior humor publication's assimilation is no l easyjob. The members of the Pub Staff have to use 1 much of their own time to gather the data and quotes needed. They have to meet after and before school to assemble their information and make crucial decisions. The theme of the pub. which is sponsored by Ms. Adams, Ms. Hanys. Ms. Albright, and Ms. Braden, is "Ain,t No Stoppin Us Nowf, lst: Betsy McGuffey, Debbie Bullard. Mike Collins. Jan Bailey., Tony Key, Marsha Price. Robbie Harris. Znd: Belinda Newhouse. JoAnn Benson, Jana Chambers. 3rd: Sheila Miles. Rosalyn Ford. Julie Trantham, Jeane Harrison, Kelsie Barr, Terri King, Barbara Langley, Cheryl Tatum. 4th: Jamie Holland. Cissy Brown, Dana Wester. Linda Swindle. Regina Gabriel. Yvonne Ramirez. Teresa Davis. Jose Garcia. 5th: Darrell Bradford. Patty Underbrink. Carl Mirus, Steven Wanderscheid. Marsha Houston. l 148 Sentinel Staff 'S' 3, 1 ., ,ix Y .5 . ... -ffs,.s Sentinel Staff: Clockwise: Jamie Holland, Steve Cain, Dale Phillips, Greg Money, Laurie Johnson, David Dunagan, Valarie Davidson, Lenora Coronado, Brenda Johnson. Not Pictured: Steve Sherrell and Shannon Ware. Entertainment Editor Steve Cain types up his column for the next issue. 1.2 Editorial Editor Steve Sherrell explains his latest story to Shannon Ware and Dale Phillips. W --em, Sports Editor Greg Money puts final touches on a paste-up. Reporters Laurie Johnson and Lenora Coronado don't seem to like this page. At the Interscholastic League Press Conference competition this year. the Sentinel was presented with an Award of Achievement in Journalism, and was proclaimed by the judges to be the top in its division. First prize in the state was won by Carrie Curtsinger's ad for National Karate School. The newspaper was also awarded top points for editorial coverage, and high points for news and feature coverage and for stories on the entertainment page. Editor Valarie Davidson takes a break from a front-page layout. Reporter story. Dale Phillips copyedits a sports The TORCH Staff is an elite group of super-specialists who endeavor with great labor and strain to produce a book that is highly superior and praiseworthy among its kind. Otherwise known as "The Out To Lunch Bunch." the staff consists of fifteen dedicated paragons ofjournalistic virtue and Ms. McCollum. who devote their sixth period. nighttime hours and weekends. to putting together a superb collection of pictures. copy. headlines. and captions which captivate and fascinate the reader. and who are forced to tolerate many trials of sanity ti.e. deadlines. faulty pics. shortage of pens. Darryl Jordan'sjokes. Steve Cain. and BUFF COLLINSJ. Presented here is a record of these laudable. dedicated persons who have worked long months and spent many a grueling hour out to lunch to bring you the book which now rests in your hands. JAN BAILEY 150 Editor-in-Chief TORCH STAFF 1 .aa - Xl f ,.- x? ' E I 6 ff! I The TORCH staff horses around. MS. MCCOLLUM Sponsor MR. FAGAN Support and Assistance le OUT TO L NCH" XR f fm f I at , 1 I ' " ' ' M of ,ta ,,,, , ,t M . ,,, ,,,. . M, , yi -f-' , ,- M it V f ' -W 0 -A-:., 1,g3:,5f 9-at f f V A 4 , ' STEVE CAIN Copy Editor MIKE COLLINS Student Life. Organization. Index. Senior Credits Bailey, Marsha Price, Carol Harkness. Tony Key. and Mike Collins plan to go "out to lunch." fm if, A Z' ...i I TONY KEY .IANA CHAMBERS Business Manager lmietd E Wig.. , K V MARSHA PRICE Student Life. Organization DARRYL JORDAN Junior Class. Organization li z 51111 All l5l CAROL HARKNESS Senior Class, Index. Student Life. Faculty and Academ- ics, Organization LLOYD TULEY Freshman Class. lndex. Student Life 'SK Kr- DANA WESTER Faculty and Academics. Girl Friday KEVIN MCKINNEY LISA CULLEY Sports Sports 5 in K rar BECKY ROGERS Darryl Jordan is hard at work. Marsha Price. Tony Key and Carol Harkn Sophomore Class. Student Life. Organization. Index. say "Ho, Ho. Ho." Sports l52 GINA JURIK Photographer "Who has my pen? 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Tony Jackson hits and runs. -37214 t I ik Q. i 1. .l . is The Spartans are No. l. Lying down on the job, Huh??? Football The Spartans celebrate after a victory. Terry Russell shows he is a "bear I Spartan dog pile. Coach Russell gets information from above. .im 5 H I ii Down, set, hike. Ruben Jenkins doesn't like the referee's call. Thomas Jefferson bites the turf. The team does it again. 4 M Michael Frosch watches with the hope of winning. The Spartan team behind the scene. we K i Randy Davis says "Please win." 'l'he Spartans line up. Tony Jackson goes all the way. Ruben Jenkins tries to go over the top. Stan Haggerty makes tracks. Tony Jackson makes his way down the field. W2 8 gg, '5""' iw 'lcee V K' 1 , 1 - Ng -ew Q Xia? Q Bottom Row: Brian Carney. Gerald Hudgens. Todd Tatum. John Stuart. Keith Davis. Ines Molina. Alvin Carter. Clay Jefferson. Anthony Davis. Kevin Grounds. 2nd Row: Lois Lamont. Ben Laster. Ralph Ramsey. Mark Williams. Reggie Stanford. Earl Few. Wendal Smith. Richard Benoit. Jerry Taylor. Stan Moore. James Freeman. 3rd Row: Coach Scott. Jay Penn. David Bryant. Jeff Moody. Mike Baker. Ricky Harden. Byron Scott. Mark Presley. David Moore. Coach Lawless. 4th Row: Tim Jackson. Bennie Roberts. Scott Bene. John Ogles. Willie Gloria. Kenneth Smith. Doug Tramel. Scott Fewell, Kane Hansard. 5th Row: Roy Walker. Anthony King. Tim Williams. David Gibson. Brad Boruk. Buck Wilson. Dennis Hall. Terry Braziel. Gino Thompson. Brett Paschall. Roy Miller. Scott Bene and John Ogles seem very interested in something! ' V I. 'Q 1 ' .PM All . it David Moore. David Gibson and Jay Penn take time fora pic! i .L l Kenneth Smith shows his talent against Hillcrest. 2 . , The J.V. is convinced that they are if ll!! The J.V. Assembly was a real spirit booster for the J.V. team. Football 1 6' I we v'-9 Yg? is I , f sl' ,i.' ylify I xq' i I s N J .. 3-', ei at E. . . XE 2 3 was-A ' .Q- 533 lst Row: Weldon Crews, Kevin Meredith, Mike Maines, Kenneth Wells, Gabriel Ramirez, Ricky Lewis, Mike Fuller, Randy Kinnan. 2nd Row: John Hardy, Chris Fowler, Steve Virgil, Darrel Mackey, Bryan Crelia, Reginald Kelley, William Coffman, Gerald Bennett, Jay John- son. 3rd Row: Chris Diegel, William Chalkey, Rodney Fields, Anthony Tillman, Toura Nobles, Ronnie Ramsey, Jerry Hernandez, Kevin Marsh, David Cox, Chris Chapman. 4th Row: Chris Compton, Terence Smith, David Moss, Wayne Mays, John Gilliam, Gary Brown, Jason Bray, Mike Murphy, Mike Johnston, Michael Williams, Billy Clark, Brad Lemons. 5th Row: Coach Oliphant, Michael Reed, Paul Russell, Andre Wallace, Philip Forbus, Doug Bullard, Mike Jefferson, Kelly Jones, Coach Stokes. I Q It's not that bad is it? Coach says I can play, if I can get the Coach Oliphant consoles the quarterback. splinters out. Nobody move, I lost my contact! You have got the cutest little baby-face. 1 163 16 I Y V z' . ,guns x Y KRS Ck 1 xl X fi l K5 'G 'li ' EXW QNM-lf!! ,IXMUFQ Spcullflg 2,5 Karlen, Felecia Lane, Kim Sanders, Veronica Davis, Sherrie Williams Tunisunia Taylor, Donna Graham, Sherry Fite, Felicia Bluitt, Coach 'xiii--""wU - : , . V 5 S NA T V, 1, ,, :1 - if .5 ' , me shwfflz f i is ..,...,r.............,....,:.v iii' Wi ....,,........,, ...-----"' SML'5z A L. flf V : ' ff W ,,,,,,..--- xv . .. f ., , ' i i J - FT' ,. . f A . ,,,........a.w-a-ww Sherry Fite Felicia Bluitt Veronica Davis 4 Volleyball M3 .." I A all , f ,1 .,,, , ,,,. . ,Hi ,, I .... . f " 'iii'- , M- .,,,.. Wl ggg, ,,,, .. ,,,r H M W , , Donna Graham Felecia Lane QAM' E11 Go for it, Fe-Fe! Tunisunia Taylor Kim Sanders 524' "QQ-..,, .. VIS f ' Y NS' J , wa. Sherrie Williams Fired up and ready! sk 16 xx D55 Ymw'N"'NWf-fe-:':,. ,, M ,e,.,..,. L-R: Randy Marshall, Steve Radney, Bonner Lovem, Rudy Hickman, Clarence Bedford, Greg Money, Augusta Howard Alan Bene Briar Bedfor Kenn Lewis, Paul Scott, Michael Curtis, Crai Johnson, M r. Vfncent Nealy, Coach Doug Scott. d, Y 2 S The 79-80 version of varsity basketball proved to be a very exciting experience. The Spartans finished the season seeded in fourth place of the ll-AAAA district standings, but not until they made an all out effort for the title crown. The highlight of the season came in the first game, when Samuell showed a tre- mendous amount of talent in tarnishing the otherwise perfect record of the district cham- pion Lincoln Tigers. Basketball Coach Doug Scott Brian Bedford Clarence Bedford Alan Bene The 'Agony Of D'feet!' Michael Curtis shoots for two. Michael Curtis Rudy Hickman Augusta Howard 167 Craig Johnson ri 4 v 1 The team prepares for the game. Kenny Lewis I i Bonner Lovem The Varsity acted modest as their names were announced. 68 11 B as ke tba Randy Marshall Sim- ini: .1sf:5wxafg52- , W., - ' 'i r , f :.,1,,,, Greg Money Hey! What's everyone waving at? fry ilillxg f Steve Radney Paul Douglas Scott Set it up, put it in, let's win! S 5 Q , r 7 ,Q 8. , Q I f 3 ,, 5 1 nf 5 YW m ln "-K. a J., : nmww '4,X ,...f',.. 'I J il Junior Varsigf i?i 'k'V7k K' L-R: Mark Shindoll, Frank Haggerty, Mike Baber, Craig'Simmons, Edward Jones, Michael Scott, Michael Higgins, Vincent Thomas, Gary McDowell, Coach Peterson. Freshmen H " ' i"'e-Nou J, gi i sas fa: M "-'. on 3' f ,, as W L-R: Reginald Kelley, Toura Nobels, William Chocklrey, Russell Hall, Lawrance Chumbly, Andre Wallace, Brad Lemons, Rodney Fields, Ronnie Lovern, Keith Davis, Jay Johnson, Randy Kinnan, Coach Oliphant, Jerome Kelley. Basketball . V Valleyball .5 5 aiasjgi. bt 'O ff Q3 'fri h.RT,44:o . fr i The girls get a pep talk before the game. L-R: Lupe Tamez, Rosalind Johnson, Karen Burney, Vicki Chism, Dedra Davis, W Cheryl Blair, Coach Martinez. J. V Basketball Q . HT-4 Q-aa: 'QP' 45' Xt-LRT4 ART xgfxl L-R: Karen Davis, Tina Curtis, Lupe Tamez, Rosalind Johnson, Gwen Bumey, Coach Karlen, Amy Martin, Dedra Davis, Tracey Williams, Monica Guyton, Andre Vinson. 173 17 ' - ff' l ,3"ii, S an 1 NW Slum!! S l f .warm 2 ' Qiull Swlllffl 22 42 f 4' L-R: Felicia Lane, Sherrie Williams, Kim Sanders, 'Tuna' Taylor, Janice Davis, Patty Underbrink, Coach Martinez, Sherry Fite, Donna Gra ham, Felicia Bluitt, Vicki Chism, Karen Burney, Veronica Davis. Q 4 N0 lull fx A '65 'era'- f Basketball ,eff .. . M - ,f Via., JL Coach Martinez Felicia Bluitt Karen Burney The Varsity is announced during the basketball assembly. . I ,,. ,..,...,...,. ,...k ,.... H L Janice Davis Veronica Davis V R 6 i af' 7 1 '. X is 1 Vicki Chism Ms. Karlen gives a pep talk dur assembly. lag ing the nvs , as V1 ' ssss V slfaaaalv .lvv V ,...V Z A,,, 1 f- 'iz f Sherry Fire Donna Graham Felicia Lane Kim Sanders 'Mmm L Sink it! Sunk! The varsity were excited when their names were announced. Tunisunia Taylor Sherrie Williams Patty Underbrink 6 Basketball 'Tl ,Q'f'!QQ',,.iif,'f 'f.,.I,", f""""'h . 111+-M-MKMQQAQL-uhm- . . ...M M., : . T-' -X - - .ss ,. 1 'V ,,,, fa-ra., - .1- + ' , .' . Q 4 yu . ,-W' - fI1..': - ,..,5:,.g, -Gisli, Q23 ig, Q wg, sf ,a1f..,,5,Vf K - - ffxflisf t is Q , . ,km J' 5 M 2 i T 8 E R sashwa sf 5 i L, Q, , ,.4...x- . W .... ., . ., .-9----T ., ,,x.: L Ss E+ x J Back Row: Julie Trantham, Jill Trantham, Sharon Teel, Marcia Keasler. Front Row: Ms. Kelly White Drcutt, Laurie Johnson, Teri Smith, Kelly White. Not Pictured: Rogenia Willis. .- ww" 'ff r"-rr-ff, E Slim? A fm 255'-iwL5fQ:i:. R, -M i ' mf -,a.4z, f . . 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M XM s X X ' N X 1 iiliil o il i Q aw i A, j im Cliff Campbell 5' I Y.: 'assi ' ,I Rufus Cipriano Joey Cram Troy Crowsey iliil Herby Ellis ' Frankie Evans Todd Gill Soccer Dante Ibanez ' Lonnie Martinez Chris Powell Sergio Saucedo asa-M it .,nf I , A k ZBAMUH . f -as ..' ...A f , :x.:il,:gV . . ,gn L Mike Watson Kevin Willmon 9 eee I eenev 5 . g I L-.. I ,k.,. gf.: , - -een I - ft he is.. , a,.,w1Z' ps, 7 5 X ' A Q- e ff? Q 52 t s -. T isseatfwitftf Q. , Y? X sm X 3 ,Q sf X , S X gsm wx Stagg i .ig x so 'er A 3434 Sf X K X-RN Q -E K k KN Y aXN 1 . .....t.. I.-ffizyf 1 ' E f: Q. Ines Molina st Javier Saucedo The W.W. Samuell soccer team is a young team, but it has great potential. Most of the players are freshmen and sophomores. We only had one senior player and five returning starters from the previous season. The team record to date with one remaining game is 1-6. This won-lost record doesn't look good in black and white, but it doesn't tell the exact truth about the skills, talent and performances of the players. In the upcoming season there will be great improvement in the win column. I79 Girl's Soccer The girls' Soccer team, with the help of Coach Martinez, has really done well this year. They made the Spartans a win- ning team by finishing the sea- son with a 4-4 district record. The girls dedicated a lot of time to make it what it is. First Row: Kim Sanders. Second Row: Velma Bcnavidez, Beverly Meade, Yolanda Martinez, Mari: Meza, Cheryl Tatum, Faye Reyna. Third Row: Laurie Caffey, Phyllis Jackson, Lisa Meister, Donn: Graham, Sherry Fite, Vicki Chism, Dolores Rodriquez, Sherrie Williams, Coach Martinez. Velma Benavidez Laurie Caffey Vicki Chism 'J -., - .I tv-3 ' i . it in L y , Sherry Fite Donna Graham Phillis Jackson S o ccer ff! Yolanda Martinez Beverly Meade Lisa Meister T l Maria Meza Faye Reyna Dolores Rodriquez 5 0 X a ' 1 Kim Sanders Cheryl Tatum Sherrie Williams Coach Bill Young and Interpreter Barbie Jana Fuller and Marsha Smith. Marsha Smith Young. Brian Gooding Nickie Black Betsy McGuffy. Donna Geron. and Renee Duncan. Swimming Robert Moore Tony Henderson Brian Gooding Bowling Boys Team: L-R: Ted Warren, Raymond Smith, Steve Gilbreth, Mike Bell, Chris Warren. Girls Team: L-R: Kim Cade, Donna Geron. Linda Reed, Cindy Gunn. Ls' if ww 3430 A H a of W. ,,,,,zw3g, ,,fff an l f:'g,',,,,, " V N 1 ,,,, ., . 1,,,,.w-wmwnmhwq-:M-.- 'im ,V 4 , 5. ,MW ' V - M, .Ye..,u,. ff Mike Bell Coach Tallet , r Linda Reed DQ K iw Ted Warren Q' t Q, -5, , ..-. i I t Sitting: Johnny Vidales, Scott Bene, Scotty Jones, Clint Lawson, Terry Wackett, Jay Johnson. Standing: Brian Burns, Kelly Jones, Stes Radney, Greg Money, Willie Gloria, Paul Scott, Steve Christian, Kevin Sumrow, Kyle Lester Mgr. This year's varsity baseball team basically underwent a rebuilding season. With only if three seniors on the squad, Coach Lawless should have a strong team to work with next year. The Spartans finished the season in third place, behind Bryan Adams and Skyline. Their most impressive victory came over W.T. White, 4-3. ix as Coach Lawless 4 Baseball Scott Bene K, Brian Burns Victory Shows! Q L Scott Bene gives it all he has got. Coach Lawless waits patiently for a run. Steve Christian J.. i Willie Gloria Y - ' , l f'l'+fTfz.' ,y,Q '45-1 li Illia K .' fsx i rv' A., ', - I-"I ui- "A 'f Baseball A Q 11. X , K, 5 'A+ W -E'-as 1: -if . X as fwfr flash,--L ff : "" ' '- . . ' K i .. lll i if l is kk X P l,, il l nslli ilill l i i if EM .. ,- . ,-.. My A-is , , X -.. ii,. 3, my Q, fi. I , ,K ,Nz -ix fr X.,.V . NR K ,. , X A A , 1 K .V L it ' -. -"' , G ir' -.... - 9 5 ' '- ' , ' G A W ,, l W ' - M , ix A i 3 Q M . . item l Mgt may l W ' 1 fri ' ' , r .f X--- ws Q S 5 . , W . I .r - -"' ,Q G ' , W . , fl .sg K S I M SQ: ' SPARTANS SWING! Scott Bene shows "GUSTO" Scotty Jones 4 W 1 mmmm Clint Lawson 2 ,322 ' Greg Money Terry Wackett: Go for your guns! Willie Gloria Steve Radney Willie Gloria asks: "Have you ever seen a prettier face?" Baseball tgltgm s, Q W if was , :XXI ff-. ,N K , ,A A gs " x f, , Kevin Sumrow gives that look again. .. . V- . aaa. r f s fs? Q ' Scotty Jones is the next one up! Greg S gets ready -Q .- Paul Scott The "Little Rascals Gang? n ' Kevin Sumrow , - A ts., giv- e 2 iw at gotta J: ig? ri ,X., -' 5. Johnny Vidales V i t K ' is i a, w If A 15 W WQt,g,' Hrgyx Leee., 1.e a in V 1 ,,,e t in fgargjzfzr- . s -gs u "Q, M15 fill --:wf-'o' A L53 A K H M X Q W . - if fir W ' A eeee e eee Terry Wackett Batter up! Willie Gloria comes in with a home run. .. I E . . ! 1 1 Junior Varsity Baseball: First Row: Les Lawson, Curtis Amold, Chris Diegel, Ronald Martin, Ben Laster, Kevin Grounds, Ronnie Lovem, Mike Murphee, James Lane. Second Row: Gary Brown, Darrell Barksdale, Eddie Lane, Brad Lemons, Craig Simmons, Donnie Gardner, John Gilliam, Mike Baker, Scot Stone, Coach Scott. E! s l mmm 'lihfif ,nr 1 5 w s I 5 s 5 E Freshman Baseball: First Row: Jerry Hemandez, Steve McMahan, John Wells, Teddy Cadenhead, Randy Kerry, David Cox, Randy Kinnan. Second Row: Les Lawson, Gary Brown, Chris Diegel, Brad Lemons, John Gilliam, Ronald Martin, Ronnie Lovem, Mike Murphee. Baseball WM, Curtis Butler i Jeff Gill Jeff Granberry Danny Klimpel --XXV Charlie Martinez iFront Row: Eric Walker, Curtis Butler, Rod Perez, Jeff Gill. Back Row: Bruce Stuart, Charlie Martinez, Jeff Granberry, Danny Klimpel, David Turvan, Coach Sybert. i U Wliod Perez Bruce Stuart David Turvan Eric Walker .af , . - . ' . ,ss j My f -.aa " lst Row: Phillip Baugh, Randy Harrison, Wayne Mays, Weldon Crews, David Moss, William Coffman, Jimmy Garcia. 2nd Row: Coach Stokes, David Williams, Kenneth Wells, James Miller, Billy Clark, Larry Coronado, Todd Tatum, Terrance Smith, Toura Nobles, Keith Davis, Mark Presley. 3rd Row: John Shumaker, Lester Tumey, Ranzy Young, Cliff Reed, Rodney Fields, Brad Boruk, Duane Peters. 1600 Meter: Larry Coronado, Jimmy Garcia, Keith Davis, Ken- neth Wells, William Coffman, Billy Clark, David Williams, Phillip Baugh, John Shumaker, Cliff Reed. Quarter Milers: Rodney Fields, Todd Tatum, Wayne Mays, Toura Nobles, Mark Presley, James Miller, David Moss, Keith Davis, Ranzy Young. Track 800 Meter: Randy Harrison, James Miller, Ranzy Young, Lester Tumey, Michael Jefferson, Keith Davis, David Williams, Phillip Baugh. Cliff Reed . Shot Put: Duane Peters. Brad Bonxk, Terrance Smith. l n gm'-1. print Medley: Michael Jefferson, Wayne Mays. Toura Nobles. 'odney Fields. Relay: Wayne Mays, James Miller. David Moss, Mark Pres- istance Medley Relay: David Williams, Mark Presley. Cliff Reed, hn Shumaker. ziaxlg., . L . Sprint Relay: Toura Nobles, David Moss. Todd Tatum, Rodney Fields. . Two Mile Relay: David Williams, Randy Harrison. John Shu- maker, Cliff Reed. Hurdlers: Michael Jefferson. Todd Tatum. David Moss. 4 gp, .1 Long Jump: James Miller, Michael J efferson, David Moss. Samue1l's Cross-Country Runners Run. ffsl High Jump: Michael Jefferson, Wayne Mays John Shumaker runs the two mile relay. David Williams runs his leg of the rela David Williams stretches before a run. Toura Nobles wins again. Track 3 4 Varsit Girls i Plagued by vxious injuries the girls track team had mroblems in competition this year. However, next year ihould be a different story. All members of the 400 neter relay fLoria Patt, Cheryl Sirls, Veronica Davis, ind Vicki Chismj will be returning. Also, three Histance runners will be returning CLupe Tamez, Tina urtis, and Tammy Riosj. The majority of the team embers are freshmen, sophomores and juniors. iherry Fite qualified for egional competition by rlacing 2nd in shot put ii the District meet. Sherry Fite Oo Meter Relay: Loria Patt, Cheryl Sirls, Veronica Davis, Vicki Ihism. V Coach Karlen l 800 Meter Run: Tammy Rios, Lupe Tamez, Tina Curtis. Field Events: Felicia Lane, Vicki Chism, Sherry Fite, Sherrie Wil- liams. 23, fbifEl7m'2?"' -'iii -EI 'V wil: ,, 4 -V :M i ver-m.-2 ,--f fm-,,ifs-:,f: f-,' ff x:rmzamwammwbvafbfzhnfgf-My 1-:QW 4, img -- f- , , f-1 'ff-3, . .W - - -,f f - -- f We- f f -... s--ff-. . f XA-- ff J, f, A ,f-.amifmawse,zgiswmsgseefff -fm - Q- f- f- ., - ,. . -f 'i?'iL1"Yff' " 'Q-2 ' :1f:z.f, PM -llfwfli'-Iwi:-J' ' ,Q Lfwz M A . ', L, wg Mieefp. :wc .55 f. mei ieiif W 1 ,521 was f xii? viii: nf W, fans, nm vm fm in Sas 1 1 Q 141 a nf : P2 ,M , 235+ wif ,Y wi: Qi? 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SV-3' 'Wififf' f C , T5 ""55fiY3f'Kf'f?fA!ULN5"'f2 5TJ57kf-"f"fWW'-f'W"'75 7" H:A'WL557:- ffmtii' f 44- 'm5ng'S?5H95'Hi ' ' f agsiwkrgggiggsM15i53.m,3,wg5y3g4,g-,ff-ww, ,g f ff -3 ,gf tm-fy, ' f -iszlzfwi - w " ' - M Qbi2?x?i5ihf9?F'fW1W1ss1?142,-iff-fmsgu+2 2, f--15-is f f f--f ,,31.iq W an Vi, , flqlyfyigg 1335,g?5gg,glysQ3g5m5.J'erggggg-,:LIfgiq11,:z'VH If, ..,A Q ,.,,, w,,fw,i- ffv- A.Q-gtmgpl ., gg-1 , A , Fw syn' ,qg,gj,,z541-.L:!,,14f sam " www, s:g.4v,--wig JEsiE!.J! -1' iff'-,gm,1flinS:ifQww.ovffvlizzz'5F: - If ' ' -Jw lf? A fff- Ms. Reba Cost has been at Samuell for three years. During that time, she has managed to do herjob successfully and, at the same time, to help students injust about any way she can. She received a bachelor's degree in Home Economics Education from Oklahoma State University, and taught Home Ec at Fred F. Florence for three years. She then earned a master's degree in school administration from N.T.S.U. and came to Samuell to assume her present role as assistant principal. A "wild and crazyl' lady, her sense of humor endears her to many. She spends many of her professional hours helping to make student activities a success. Much of her time during the 1979-80 year was devoted to working on Senior activities, and it is partially for this, but for many other reasons too, that the Class of 1980 gratefully dedicates the 1980 TORCH to Ms. Reba Cost. Ms. Cost addressed the Senior Class in a Senior meeting. Dedication Ms. Cost is surprised at the dedication announcement. Ms. Cost thanks the Senior Class and TORCH Staff for her honor The TORCH Staff presented Ms. Cost with a dozen yellow roses. . Reba Cost Ms. Costjokes with Curtis Ramey at a Senior meeting. You want me to do what? When? NV' 'IB ex, Ms. McCollum and Carol Harkness congratulate Ms. Cost. 'l X .sf-:- 'AWN 'K "Mr. Stokes, will you cover for me? I need to take a l0-l00." Ms. Cost relaxes after a hectic day. 202 S u P e S L W l'c 1? 1 h H 1 nclgo g t u h ei, St n d s e n School Board f Back Row, Left to Right: Gerald Stanglin, Harryette Ehrhardt, Sarah Haskins, Jerry Bartos. Front Row, Left to Right: Robert Medrano, Kathlyn Gilliam, Brad Lapsley, Jill Foster, Robert Price. Parent Teacher Association f itanding, Left to Right: Barbara Radney, Linda Cain, Pat Stewart, Betty Morrison, R. C. Stokes, Jo Key, Tommie Townsend, Juluis Vas- allo. Seated, Left to Right: Sandy Scott, Audrey Sanders, Mary Pinkham, Barbara Gunn, Ramona Martinez. Q Sandy Scott and Barbara Radney discuss the points made at the P.T.A. Pl'CSident- Pat Stewart ymeeting. R. C. Stokes 1979-80 has been one of the most out- standing and successful years that W.W. Samuell has ever experienced. The 1980 sen- iors have been an outstanding Senior Class and have maintained a leadership position which will be difficult for all classes to achieve. Congratulations to you at this time when you complete your twelve years of edu- cation. This year we have seen problems and disappointments, but the accomplishments have been so many that we have forgotten all of the unpleasant things that have happened. This year's class at W.W. Samuell has set such high standards that those of us who are returning next year must work extra hard to live up to the example you have set. We wish for each senior of 1980 the best of everything in the future and we will continually pray for God's blessings upon you. We ask you to remember all of the Spartans who will follow after you and keep them in your prayers. R. C. Stokes rincipal 1, ..,' if :P3 59 ' When Mr. Stokes talks, people listen. Assistant rincipal Aubrey Bratcher - Student Administration Reba Cost- Student Activities Bill Onley - Dean of Instruction Adolf Yanez - Student Personnel Counselors Etc. 1 - Auther Bln'ns - Sophomore Counselor Margaret Ferrell - Junior Counselor Erma Lewis - Senior Counselor Tommie Townsend - Special Ed Counselor Jean Vining - Freshman Counselor Carolyn Fulton - Head Librarian, Media Mary Hawkins - Registrar Charlene Clanton - Principal's Secretary Mary Simderland - School Nurse Clerk Betty Abbott - Library Clerk Virginia Cobb - Library Clerk Floy Epps - Secretary Joyce Feuerbacher- Secretary Ms. Adams enjoys the tornado drill with her Gwen Hughes - Secretary second period. Inez Marshall - Counselors' Clerk ' Donna Sudderth - Secretary Lois Wright- Attendance Clerk Para Professional .- Marzella Allen - Aide 'Mary F ite - Secretary Jane Trolllnger - Math! Science Tutor Betty Bennett - Special Education Aide - Laura Perez - Counselor's Clerk Z Shirley White - Office Aide Brenda Brawley - Nurse's Assistant Kathleen Smith - Study Hall Veda Wright- Study Hall Teachers, Teaehers, Teachers Linda Adams - English, Reading, Cheer- leader, Spartan Image, Banner Team and Senior Pub Joyce Armstrong - Homemaking, F .H.A. Larry Bell - History T Ms. McCollum's English class presents "Mame." Mary Bob - Typing I and Il, Future Teachers ol Arilerica Pat Brown - Homemaking I and II, F.H.A. 9 7 Teachers, Teachers Teachers Too T l Henry Bivlns - R.O.T.C. iz Don Bohart - Trigonometry, Algebra II, F.0.M., National Honor Society James Bulfins - Algebra, F.0.M. Marilyn Bunis - Reading More Teachers, Teachers, Teachers ' Heliodoro Cantu - Drafting LQ Don Clamon - Woodshop Clements Crook - Concert Choir, Treble Choir, Jesters! Harlene Cawyer - V.O.E. Lab, V.O.C.C.T. Charles Cox - American History, Football Jam1sDavls Biology Physical Science Joe Chappell- Physical Science 41 . 1555 if -1:gf?bNfi is lai i Q' ,Q af: 2 M 51192 f 'Z- , if ,gp 'Lk F , a 'asf 3 , as Wg' 1 Mgt K fi f Y i f' ,,.,,,,,, E N. Mary Elizabeth Crawford - English, ing M571 f ea Linda Deenng Reading Read Teachers Etc ,, ,, f',l'i"'i -Q, ' 351' C - - ' f t . ' 42.44, ' Marsha Dusek - Physical Science, J.V. Cheerleaders Larry Flores - V.A.C. Work Education Steve Cain at his usual position. Shelia Evans - Home and Family Living, Child Development, Housing and Home Furnishings, F.T.A. Lyndon Foster - Metal, Power Mechanics Eva Grillln - Homemaking Cooperative Education, H.E.R.O. yswg. , s Fred Fagan - Pottery Dennis Fricky - Biology Excel! Groggs - Spanish I and II, Spanish Club David Grolmds - Biology, Football, Track Science Ed Hervey - Outdoor Education Hamish - World Geography, Phys- eachers Again ,K 'av K Jessie Hall - English Betty Hawkins - V.O.E. Pre-Employment Lab, O.E.A. II Mr. Wallace's class works in their garden. Gail Hamilton - Latin, American History, Latin Club, Honor Society Alf Miriam Hanys - Study Hall Andrea Hilbum - Special Education 4 yf Teachers, Teachers, Teachers Margaret Hubbell - Geometry, Intro. Algebra ' - Beverly Long - Health, Physical Educa- tion, Soccer Dorothy Moody - F .O.M., Algebra Maggie Jones - American Government, Sociology Psychology, Advanced Texas Studies, Ice Skating Club Rosa Martinez - World History, Volley- ball, Soccer Karen Morin - Speech Judy Karlen - English, Health, Basketball, Track We 1 rr' Omelia Mitchell- Language for the Deaf Jeff Morrow - Drama I, and ll, Freshmen Choir, Music Theory and Lit., Thespians eachers, Teachers, Teachers Too Mary Kay McCollum Englxsh Torch Student Intervention Team Sandra Snead and Conme Hux gnve a report on the Mnddle Ages Charles McRae C V A E V O C T H A Nicholson Chemnstry Physncs Physical Scxence fr 2' K Beverly 0 Pry PhyslcalSc1ence Pam Orcutt Math Tenms Blue Jackets Glenda McKinney Englnsh Deaf Pep C ub John Oliphant World Geography Foot a Elaine Penlx Cnvlcs Problems of Democracy American Hrstory World Geography Deaf Educatnon f " ? ' , i, I i ' 9 Y . l l I Y ' ' . I A , l , Y, 1 .... , .... . . 1 I , . , -' , ' b ll ' at f ' J - A t..', af tw fi fe- uit' K A 'ME 7 T ' Q e QQ. new 'P' 4 ' . f ef ".' f "-L, ,fi C , - . . - . - . . Y Y 9 9 ' s Teachers Etcg Linda Perez Consumer Education Home Management Homemakmg II F H A Junior Varslty Cheerleaders Debbne Phelps Physlcal Educatnon Star e s Gayle Rhoads Spannsh Enghsh Allred Youth Spamsh Club Patty Peterson Speclal Educatlon Melvm Peterson Junlor Varsxty Basket Woods and Waters ball Physical Education Peggy Pullen Enghsh Juamta Reed French Amencan Hxstory French Club Honor Socxety ap. 1" Lysa Scoggms Wanda Bradley and Loretta Freeman can study anywhere 1 , -. . . , , - . . - 5 Y 1 . . .g 5 - v ' 1 . - , n 1 1 , ' - M us-.. :N ,Qty V " :"""" k '-If-QQ 5 M-ff-.....s.aaL,,. fi: 5 . , , g ' 4 f 915.5 'fl , f , I . ,f Q ,, .3 Q .-ses 1 5 ,,,,, ,,, W 2:51, R 91 K 9 ',L' W' . Lili T A ' ' ra ' K' f . '72 7' ' 5 - ' ' .. 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Bill Russell - Health, Athletic Director Elaine Spearman - Art Velma Scott - Shorthand, Typing, Sales- manship, General Business T Eddie Stafford - English Ben Rice - Business, Bookkeeping Doug Scott - Health, Physical Education, Basketball, Football, Woods and Waters Margaret Steere - Calculus, Mathematics Resource Teachers Again Mae Stokes- Physical Education, Track Ellen Vandersliee - Music, General Math, Deaf Education Carl Wallace - Biology, Physical Science Sonny Walter - Art l Ms. Hamilton whistles while she works. .,i.x7 i ,3,r, I ,T , F" X7 at ffwf i ir I ,- yAI, Af, . -:ex 'lr V ' f ,axww Marty Walker - English, Alpha T Future Teachers, Roller Skating Bill Wartes - Band This person is definitely OUT TO and Teachers Maggie Jones Gayle Rhoads and Peggy Braden enjoy a football game - Melvin Weisz Industrial Cooperatnve Education V I CA Sllsanwolle English World History Jane White English Readmg Student Intervention Team and Young Womens Professnonal Forum 1 Blll Young Math Swlmmmg Ywx J Johnnie Wilson F O M Algebra in - .-T Vicky Zehrfeld Math Deaf Educatlon Cheerleaders I W ' - b as 5 E 5 assi 1 Q . c 4 " A -wr 1 7 ' . 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' 1 Freshman Class Officers: Treasurer - Susan Self, Vice Pres. - Freshman C1355 Favorites: Lorri Fowler, Pres. - Pete Wackett, Sec. - Lori Wheeler. Margaret pineda and Ronnie Ramsey 1 The Freshman Class of 1979-80, despite its novitiate experiences with the school, distin guished itself through active participation in Samuell happenings. Blue Jackets, Freshmai Football, and other organizations benefited from the inclusion of freshmen in their ranks Despite all the ribbing the class of '83 received from the upperclassmen, some of those upper classmen had a long way to go before they could catch up with their freshman victims. p Regina Adams Belinda Agnew Kelly Allen Pamela Allen Paul Almon Lisa Anderson Thomas Anderson Susan Arias Julie Arnold Cheryl Bailey Boris Barr Daniel Bassford Roland Bati Eduardo Bazan Brette Beasley Scott Bell Tamara Bellah Gerald Bennett Sabrina Bishop Cheryl Blair Tanya Blevins Dora Bobien Monty Bonnie Rudolph Borrego Tammy Bradley Keith Bradshaw Anthony Brashear Jason Bray Donald Brewer Douglas Brewer Preston Brice Gary Brown Johnny Bryant Lloyd Bullard Gwendolyn Burney Ronald Butler Oscar Cadenhead Kristi Cain Debra Cantu Tracy Cantwell Robin Carpenter Donna Carter Gloria Carter Sandra Carter Lonnita Cave William Chalkley Sondra Chandler Chris Chapman Deanna Cheney William Chisholm Lawrence Chumbley Rufus Cipriano Billy Clark Brian Clark Stacy Clayton Jerri Clinkscale Elaine Cobb William Coffman Glenda Coleman Anita Conley Ivan Cook Cheryl, Marsha, and Carmella sing the blues in the ninth grade assembly. Shawn Cooley Gary Cooper Larry Coronado Danny Cox David Cox Sharon Crecy Brian Crelia Weldon Crews William Cummings Mickey Cupp William Custard Michael Dale Dedra Davis Karen Davis Robert Dennie Chris Diegel Kim Dollgener Dixie Donaldson Robert Dorn Melinda Dorrough Rickey Draughon Dale Dullenty George Dunn Leslie Ellason Sheri Ellis Kentry Ellison Teresa Embrey Norma Encinia Sylvia Espinoza Pamela Farrens Ralph Faure Michelle Fink Rae Fisher Kenneth Flick Renae Floyd Phillip Forbus Chris Fordyce Chris Fowler Lorri Fowler Mary Franklin Timmy Frazier James Freeman Jana Fuller Mike Fuller Arnold Gamble Betty Garcia Lindell Gaskey Laura Geraldon Bobby Gilbreath Jay Gilliam Kevin Keasler fBuff Jr.J does his homework in the library. Q it .wigvi Z k. ,, .. M A y X f A 'f x .iffy ' 3 S T3Ei'?7' , 122555 ge fi, ' Q figs, ,, sz.. Nl? 1 ks N f-if -, -. -rf . 451113 s 5 ? Wa X E is 5. in as ,, 1 . -fx 'if' x 5 -Q 1, - fi 5 4 15-t fl Ranzy Young shows his freshman sex appeal. Gary Goins William Gooding Jill Granberry Delores Green Dennis Green Eric Green Milinda Grice Steven Gustafson Norma Guthrie Paul Guzman Therwanda Hadnot Kathryn Hale Sheila Hale Arthur Hall Becky Hamill John Hardy Mary Hardy Ricky Hardy Patti Harris Kim Hart Cindy Hathcock Sheri Hatzenbuehler Tammy Hein Marvin Henley Carmella Hernandez Jerry Hernandez Tony Hernandez Cindy Hilburn Tawanna Hobbs James Hogeland James Holbrook Michael Hollins Toni Honeycutt Sonia Howard Sherrie Hullett Kevin Hutchinson Chris Jackson Judy Jackson Tina Jacobs Rita James Paula Jeffcoat Debra Jefferson David Jenkins Shelia Jenkins Steve Jett Roumaldo Jimenez ig V' JoAnn Hardy tries to explain that she can't help it. She's only a freshman. Byron Johnson Jay Johnson Rosalind Johnson William Johnson Michael Johnson John Jones Kelly Jones Lora Jones Ricky Jones Kevin Keasler Derrone Kelley Reginald Kelley Randy Kerry Tammy Kerry Styrla Key Randy Kinnan Wendy Kirkpatrick Mike Knapp Raynel Knippa Karen Kristof Donna Kuykendall Lisa Lamb Christy Lambert Sherry Larue Leslie Lawson Amber Leffingwell Brad Lemons Ricky Lewis Alberto Limon Rhonda Little Troy Livingston Robin Lovell Ronnie Lovern Armando Luna James Lyday Derrell Mackey Michael Maines Adam Malone Dee Malone Kim Martin Ronald Martin Lonnie Martinez Martina Martinez Luciana Martini Lucrecia Mason Wayne Mays Johnny Bryant asks "Isn't this how the Seniors ask for a date? Simon Says: Stick out your tongue and scratch your neck. 1 .yfl ' ' Susanne McCaa Joe McClure Donnett McCommon Ramona McCowan Angie McCulloch Steven McCullough Renee McGahey Stacy McGibboney Steve McMahan Jeanetta McQuinney Beverly Meade Gary Miller Kelley Miskell Ernest Mitchell Susan Mitchell Juan Montalvo Candy Moore Lee Morris David Moss Elizabeth Motyka Michael Murphee Kathleen Murphy Troy Murray Pamela Murry Michelle Musick 4 Lisa Mynar Tammy Neff Toura Nobles Mark Norrell Sherri O'Donley Crystal Orren Clarence Owens Sherry Page Dean Parker Susan Parker Marsha Parsley James Pate Roy Patt Joel Patterson Keri Patterson Andrea Penn Benny Perez Cindy Perez Bobby Pierce Margaret Pineda Tim Pinson Constance Pope Ronnie Pope Michael Powell Billy Prince Broderick Prince Susan Self tries to scratch her back during a per- formance fern' aliil ll Randall Waldron asks "Are you sure I can't pass for a Senior?" William Prince Kenneth Purser Gabriel Ramirez Juanita Ramirez Ronnie Ramsey Diane Randell Pamela Randell Steve Rangel Kerrick Rawlins James Record Donna Reed Linda Reed Rene Renfrow Leon Reynoso Bessie Richards Vickie Richardson Raymond Richmond Tammy Rios Lisa Roberts Russell Roberts Genell Ross Paul Russell Sylvia Salazar Miquel Samano April Sanderson Tammy Sanderson Sergio Saucedo Kimberly Schupbach Ronald Scott Susan Self Vinson Sellars Tonya Shead Kenneth Sigman Kerrie Sikes Anita Simmons Annette Simmons Brian Skinner Deirdre Smith Terrance Smith Tracy Smith Troy Smith Kim Squires Sheila Staton Marilin Steele John Stewart Carolyn Sturdevant David Sutton Lupe Tamez Leslie Taylor Sharon Teel Cathy Templin -.1 in A W Terry Wooten is shocked at the thought of someone taking his picture Look up in the sky it's a . . .? Jerry Thomas Lynell Thomas Mark Thomas Troy Thompson Michael Tierney Anthony Tillman Larry Todoroff Jill Trantham Lester Tumey Michelle Tyson Gloria Varela Peter Wackett Randall Waldron Mark Walker Michael Walker Andre Wallace David Walton Tracy Ward Annie Washington James Watson Teresa Weatherford Brenda Wells John Wells James Wheatly Lori Wheeler Stacy Whitehead 237 Larry Williams Mike Williams Roger Williams Tammye Williams Tracey Williams Cynthia Wilson Donna Wilson David Windom Christina Winstead Marty Wood Gary Woody Ridgell Woody Berry Wooten Terry Wooten Valerie Wright Quintin Wynn Yolanda Wyrick Chris Yates Ranzy Young Mary Zieseniss if gg .sf,,,sri,t1 ,if Zl ,tm ix, fi . l , Arnold Gamble and William Taylor being followed by their fan club 5 m 2' -X iz is E S 2 5 E S -k-'- i 1 40 Class of l982 C'Pushing on Through! 99 Sophomore Class Officers: Becky Thomas - Vice-President and Sophomore Class Favorites: Nancy Dreer - Secretary. Dana Woodfin and Ralph Ramsey The Sophomores affectionately known as Nsecond-year freshmenl' to some, were long lowest class at Samuell, until the ninth graders came along and reprieved them from this di ous distinction. Now the "middle children," they must work harder than ever to save thi selves from obscurity. And during 1979-80, the sophomores did just that, entrenching thi selves firmly in the life of Samuell, Jacquelin Agnew Mark Akin Linda Allen Ricky Allen Teresa Allen Alfonso Amador John Anguiano Curtis Amold Charles Badgett Carolyn Bailey Michael Baker Tracie Baker Betsy Bales Gail Barfield Derrell Barksdale Kris Barr Nancy Bartlett Steve Baugh Lisa BeLew Diane Beasley Tina Beggs Susan Bellah Scott Bene Regina Bennett Richard Benoit Sandy Black Charlotte Blackmon Felicia Bluitt Terri Blythe Darrell Bockemehl 241 Deloris Bollin Brad Boruk George Bragg Stacey Brandenburg Carrie Braucht Terry Braziel Sondra Bridwell Stephen Brinkley Elicia Brokeshoulder Severia Brown Carolyn Bryant Marie Buchanan Marla Buchanan Johnson Burris Trish Butler Kim Cade Mary Caperton Donna Capps Robin Carlock Sheila Carpenter Leigh Carroll 42 Helen Freeman and Felicia Bluitt prove our games are never bor- rf' Y , Mack Carter Sharon Carter Pat Causey Sheila Chadwick Preston Chambers Desty Childress John Chism Sarah Chism Kenneth Clayton JoAnn Coates Joe Cobler Donald Coffman Helen Coker Robert Coker Denise Coleman Donna Coleman Mark Colvin Candace Cook Jimmie Cooper Brenda Corder Sandra Couch 243 4 Ritchie Coulter Cary Cox Debbie Cremers Troy Crowsey Meguel Cruz Christi Curtsinger Dennise Custard James Davidson Ruth Davila Anthony Davis Keith Davis Larry Davis Anthony Dedmon Nena Dees Mona Dells Bill Dennis Brian Determan Lisa Ditmars Frank Donaldson Julie Dorman Nancy Dreer Gm ,aux Yes, Kathy Moore, the test is TODAY! Renee Duncan Brian Esner Frank Evans Earl Few Scott Fewell Michael Fisher Betty Flores Debra Flores Darrell Fort Helen Freeman Geraldine Friday Laurie Fryar Chris F ultz Alice Garcia Jimmy Garcia Margie Garcia Donnie Gardener Onita Gaston Dona Geron Todd Gill Charmion Graham 24 Karin Grant Charles Green Donald Green Darryl Greer John Grimmett Kevin Grounds Edith Guthrie Perla Gutierrez Monica Guyton Frank Haggerty Tammy Hagood Dennis Hall Sharon Hamilton Stacy Hamilton Kane Hansard John Hanson Ricky Harden Randy Harrison Mary Hart Ezekiel Henderson Jimmy Henderson Tony Henderson 246 'uv- We know Charlie Green and Troy Crowsey aren't camera shy Beverly Hennington Michele Henry Marcus Herring Bill Hill Julia Hooker Deena Houpt Anne Howell Gerald Hudgens Lisa Hughes Kelli Humphries Phyllis Jackson Tim Jackson Tony Jackson Cindy Jaggers Ronnie Jenkins Rubin Jenkins Terry Jelton Norma Johnson Pam Johnson Rita Johnson Zeb Johnson Monty Johnson 247 Edward Jones Tina Jones Janis Jordan Laura Karlen Robert Kelley Charles Kent Mike Kilpatrick Maureen Knapp Bentley Knotts William Kovacs Paula Kuykendall Stan Lakey Louis Lamont John Land Eddie Lane Benjamin Laster Linda Lawrence Tami Le Tonya LeBlanc Rodney Loverett Gary Lewis Anthony Lightfoot 248 XFX lily! The treble choir sang in the Christmas program A-:mv Nl Mary Lightfoot William Lile Eduardo Limon Luis Lopez Mike Lyles Brenda Mabary Sandra Mackey James Martin Rhonda Martin Henry Martinez Yolanda Martinez Dale Massey Diana Matlock Belinda Maurry Dennis McCoy Brent McDonald Gary McDowell Maria Meza Melanie Miller Roy Miller Mitchell Mills Wanda Payne Daniel Perez Rodrick Perez Kelley Perry Duane Peters Cindy Pierce Alan Pipkins Bobby Pitts Fred Pontley Becky Poston Kevin Potter Margo Powell Mark Presley Carole Price Johnanna Prince Sammy Puyear Janice Ramey Ralph Ramsey John Rangel Stacy Record Robin Reed Alan Reid Mark Renf ro Rhonda Rhea Eddie Richardson Cindy Roberts Darren Rochelle Dolores Rodriguez Mary Roe Becky Rogers Danny Rogers Shirley Rowan Terry Russell James Samples Leslie Sanders Yvette Sands Scott Schmidth Cindy Scott Bryan Sexton Robert Shaw Mark Shindoll Craig Simmons Kelly Simmons 252 The J.V. Cheerleaders cheer on the Mighty J.V. ' Deanna Sims Pamela Singleton Cheryl Sirls Erick Skaer Vickie Small Christina Smith Mary Smith Wendel Smith Laura Snead Patricia Sosebee Keith Stallcup Reginald Stanford Darla Steele Anthony Stegall Rhonda Stephens Scott Stone Darrell Stratton Scott Stratton Bruce Stuart Kevin Sweet Doug Tabor Gerry Talley 253 Todd Tatum Debra Taylor Grover Taylor William Taylor Becky Thomas Richard Thomas Vincent Thomas De'Anna Thompson Geno Thompson Susie Timpson Alan Toitch Royce Tramel Melvin Tucker Evelyn Tumey David Turvan Tim Tyler Tammy Upchurch Tina Vanderburg Mike Vaughan Edward Vinson Roy Walker 254 5. Were your grades that bad, Brenda Mabary? Cathy Washington Cheri Weatherall Sandra Weltcheck Mark Westbrook Donna Wheatley Kelly White Mark Williams Michael Williams Tim Williams Pamela Wilson Kim Wilson Ralene Wilson Paula Winterbauer Danny Witt Tammi Wolfe Dana Woodfin Kay Woodruff Tony Woods Ronnie Woodson Kelly Worley Tracy York 255 .lf I 1 4? fs 13 if it :SW 1 dbggx., , X H 'PQ-,BWV W . V wi w. X N f 7' .. 4 , ,Q hz?-st- 1 Hs Q-15121 . ! 31301193 Ulqou f9lJ '2-fmiupou - -S 19 Sfwww tsl? 'Sum Vllnl' tzll 'Kasumi udlvu mb 'HUPOOM VUUG lou 'Swvuum ww f67'1103S 133251829-LLQsquoenljlguisf igqlljguxglegl 49m -auag 11oogCgJ'9100w uvms tw 'wma U!3!l9:l tsl 'ouvmiv Ull0ffZ7'19PIn0ll593I0-'H wma HJ Class of l98l '6Soon to be " Junior Class Officers: Melanie Walker - Vice-President, Zena Junigr C1355 Favgfitegg Ruzicka - Secretary, Roxanne Young - President. Robin Brantley and Clint Lawson The Class of '81 was an exceptional underclass group this year. The Juniors distinguishei themselves by accomplishments in athletic, academic, dramatic and other extracurricula endeavors. This class really pulled itself out of Hmiddle child" status and made everyone real ize that the Seniors of 1981 will be a class to remember. Lori Akin Juan Amador Alicia Arenas Brian Ayers Ben Bagley Kathy Bailey Kevin Bailey Lance Ballew Susan Ballew Lisa Barger Anthony Bames John Barnhart Tracy Barry Phillip Baugh Connie Baylor Brenda Bell Larry Bench Alan Bene Cynthia Bennett Denise Bickell Dava Bingham Penny Bird Daniel Black Kenneth Black Wesley Black Paula Bledsoe Brian Bedford Randy Boose John Boyd Robin Brantley Anthony Browning David Bryant Lori Bryant Willie Bryant Michelle Burke Karen Burney Lori Burresch if. W , l E .""' 1 - e - --Q, Curtis Butler Robert Callen Ricky Cameron Cliff Campbell Who wants to be drafted? K 1 ' - an Ri ,,, - ,P is LL 'L K LK Z.. 5 V -'K 2.- 62 l Donna Clayton Joseph Coates Johnny Cobler Come on Phillip smile, for the camera. Barry Coburn Karen Coffman Greg Cohen to t l t t Chris Cole David Cole Raymond Cook Steven Cook Alvin Cox Laura Crosley Kenneth Crouch Kelly Daniel Derrick Davis Daylean Davis Rene Delk Sheila Dewberry Randy Dickerson David Dixon Beverly Dollgener 64 Greg Foster Katherine Foster Robert Fowler Anita Frazier Donna Frazier Loretta Freeman Wayne Gibson Steven Gilbreath Jeff Gill Danny Gillespie Beth Gilliam Me? Keith Lewis? Drink that stuff? Aw. c'mon! Ronald Gilliam Willie Gloria Gladis Glosson Keith Goodman Sheri Goodman l l Steve Goodman Darla Goss Susan Gough Jeff Granberry Larry Granberry Angela Green Monty Green Tammy Grice W Smile! You're on candid camera! Tina Grimmett Kenneth Gunstanson Kenneth Guthrie l Teresa Haddock Sheila Hale Dawn Hancock David Hanes Lorie Harrison Randa Hawkins Wilma Hays Michael Herd Karen Hernandez Psyche Herod David Holcomb Lisa Hooker Tana Hopkins Damon Howard Douglas Howard Robin Hubbard James Hughes Lori Hughes Hey! Get up if you think you're so bad! Tina Jackson Craig Johnson Kenneth Johnson Kevin Johnson Laurie Johnson Lisa Johnson l ,, Michael Johnson Charles Jones Linda Jones Daryl Jordan Marcia Keasler Trent Keasler Anthony King Cathy Kinman Tracy Kirkpatrick Danny Klimpel 4 I . Rhonda Knippa David Kuykendall Shelley Kuykendall Felecia Lane Clint Lawson Kenny Lewis Elvis Long Letitia Lynch Randy Lewis Bobby Lyles The brass section "horns in on the game." Melissa Marley 7 fs , IW 4 lun. Geoffrey Marshall Jennifer Martin Todd Martin Susan Ballew "toots her flute!" Carlos Martinez Ilaria Martinez Rebecca Martinez Mary Mastin Amy Matthews Holly Maxey Alaina McCoy Nelda McGahey Q Tami McGowan Ralph McGuffey Debra McGuire PatMCKanr1a C'mon Gretchen don't be Skaer-ED! Jeff McQueen Norm Meche Lisa Meister Linda Milam l l Alan Miller Michelle Mills Steve Christian do you take Loretta Freeman to be your. . .? Ray Mitchell Mike Mize Ines Molina Robert Moore Rebecca Moreland Tina Morgan Patty Morris Robert Morrow Roger Moser Phyllis Murley 70 Vincent Nealy Dwam Neystel Donald Nicholas Ynetta Nicks WMA will Ines tells Herby to get out the checkers while he finishes the board. Janie Nixon Todd Oringderff Kerry Overton Tammy Page David Parks Margaret Parks Bret Paschall Mylend Patt Greg Pattillo Patrick Pearson Jay Penn Reynaldo Perez Thomas Pierce Nancy Pipins Stephen Pogue ' Linda Polk Jenny Poston Steve Pullen Reagan Eskridge - Exorcist Ill. Steve Radney Sheila Ragan Beth Rakestraw Augustin Ramirez Bridgett Randle Kenneth Record Robert Redmond i ' K f .I A r Darla Goss dreams of being a SUPER SENIOR some day!!! Brian Rawlins Ginger Rayburn Susan Reed Barbara Reese Yolanda Richard Johnny Richardson Lesia Ritchie W H, N- ...aw Bennie Roberts Allen Robinson David Roe Hey Renee and Penny! Smile if you love SENIORS. Thomas Rolison Janice Ross Patrice Rusher Renee Russell Shannon Russell Zena Ruzicka Adda Samano Gordon Sanders Kim Sanders Garry Sappington Steve Sapundjieff 74 it ?ffef,,,, 2 . ,jg J JW 1 , , " is ' "i ' is 'tw V fff fl' 4? 3 , . .:- A 444. Q i S t zz. ,xq 2, 4 Q 3 if I? M' ff we Wpafm V-4- Aw ,, J Damon says "Come on Mary, be my Valentine!" Teri Smith Sherry Sontany Annette Sosa Michelle Steele Leah Stein Sherry Stepanski Byron Stewart Ricky Story Thomas Strange Joe Sullivan i Kevin Sweat Brian Tate Tunisunia Taylor Johnnie Thomas Matt Traphagan 7 Thomas Westbrook Randy Whitaker Karen Whitlock Kelli Williams Larry Williams Pam Williams Sherrie Williams Rogenia Willis Kevin Willmon Buck Wilson Pam Wilson Mark Woodruff Tawnya Woolen Mary Young Cliff says: "We already know how much you love us, Mr. Stokes." 6 l Mundi W1 pw We an , 19-1: ffm-xg 'M' Tina Morgan shows everyone her double. One can only guess what's on Greg Pattil- lo's mind. -1 Gail Dupree: "Hi kids. I feel really great 'ffz Becky Martinez-says "Is there a sign on my back?" . Gordon Sanders: Mr. Bohart, what's a sine? Mr. Bohart: You ought to know. There's one on your back. .QE Jeff Gill and Clint Lawson admire the new substitute. Amy Matthews: You expect me to smile with this food on plate? Johnny Vidales makes faces at the teacher. Karen Burney wears her "sign" on the front of her shirt. Dorothy Johnson forces a smile in spite of President Carter's energy guidelines. Reynaldo Perez: You should have seen the one that got away! -1 'I n H I C'mon, Jay Penn, show us some chin! Roxanne Young says "What's my next line, Ms. Cost?" li Stephen Sapundjieff says: "Howdy pard- ner." Holly Maxey says run that by me again, Ms. Scott. '- .e -Aww wanna? 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H , ,, 1 .sp'si1f's22E?'X'w!!Wfiiiiif' 87 H yyrhk I ,,3gZ ,.k. ,fi Vkil WKK k.:,,,. K? ,:f,,:- 5,5 ,,, . . K. . L, H I i Vyyky K K VK, KKK? KVLK WK ,. K K1 4 - EV jbiflii J yd, .. fn ft , er h :ly ' - as f A , W , 'Q F-37"?5' fy I Q, '.,, ,, -L.'. -- A 1' i 1,'1ff5Q,L., 'k'kA f gf ' L Q xf ff ' : , ,, 5 1 ,X LL,,,' . H In M' hsf 3 f"5 fri Aa 'V Y Q if 91 . ,QI Q' V we Q ws my ,:.: cfm ! ,www Nj V E x RM 2- Y' .ki I, :vjf'rAf2 'Q' ,gf A I 5 A ,,, 1 as ww- . ,A f ,V ibdfuqmvl W , f, ---- in 5 .733 F .M E ,Q x g . 3 Class of l980 fc his Is It!9' X Senior Class Officers: David Dunagan - Vice-President and Greg Money - Pri dent. The Seniors have proven to be an especially superb class this year. They have shown ther selves to be a trend-setting, fun-loving and yet an intelligent class. The 1980 Seniors have hz numerous outstanding accomplishments while at Samuell. These include establishing fat las a successful senior lunchroom, initiating a new club, having a 50's Day, and actually holding 50,8 assembly in which the students participated. These Seniors were not only innovators new customsg they shall be remembered differently also - with a smile on their faces, and pat onyour back - with a sign! V 'Nik -Q .. .. 1 sa, . 'in 'TL C517- 1 , 14 g, 'U-1. mf AX. -:Jr N sl if 15? 4 is fa: an 5 -up, ,Z N W , g . Q 7' A.. . r -134 Catherine Beasley Pam Beasley Tamara Beasley Rhonda Beaver Y" Betsy Bedwell Michael Bell Gary Bench Reginald Bennett 'R Joann Benson Dennis Bickell Deirdre Roberts says "Well of course I made an 'A' on my test!" Ginger Bird Steve Black Russell Boaz Bert Boles Cathy BOICS LISH Boshears Regma Gabrrel: Starlets get ln free, you don t have to climb the Mark Boyd Rhonda Boyett Darrel Bradford Wanda Bradley L Terri Bradshaw Cray Briggs Stacy Brooks Cissy Brown David Dunagan: "Sherman, let me say something!" Stephanie B1-Oxgn Clifton Bryant we I' 'N Terri Buchanan Debbie Bullard Jimmy Bullard Cary Burkett Suzanne Burke Ruthie Burnine Kelli Burns Doug Burrow Cheryl Busby Debbie Butler Jack Caddell Steve Cain Tony Carlile Sheryl Carruth Shelia Carter Jana Chambers Louann Champion Tammy Clark Beth Cobb Scott Coley Mlke Colhns Shern Cook Cal'0ll1'lC Cooley Lenora Coronado That sounds logical to Steve Sherrell. Joey Cram Cristy Crannell Allen Cross Kenneth Crouch Lisa Culley Sheretta Curl Francis Cushingberry Steven Darr Sandra Davenport Valerie Davidson Mike Curtis Carrie Curtsinger Curt Fryar, you are no Kyle Money! iv-Q 1 Cassandra Davis Janice Davis K C1 A 'Tift' Pam Davis Randy Davis Don't look at it.just eat it. k Teresa Davis Victor Davis i Sherri Dawson Ricky De La Rosa l Felista Del Castillo Bud Delk Janice Delo Terrie Diaz Patricia Diffee Elbert Diggs Eddie Laster says, "But, I don't want to go back in!" Randy Dgdd James Dgnahue Donald Donaldson David Dunagan Angela Durham Sandra Durrett Kyle Eastep Phillip Elery Tonya Elery Glen Elliott Kim Elliott joe Ellis Ruthie Burnine says, "Yes, I know I'm wonderful." Keith Emberlin Dewaina Fain Rhonda Fair Joy Farr Vickie Few Anna Foster Rosalyn Ford Tammy Franks Monty Frasier Rita Freeman Mike F rosch Curt Fryar , V ff-gq 1 ,.fAse y9 W -5 ,JK . qty Xu I.. ...Q K F K., gi 1 .. Q ,,,. L .L X . 1' - .Ja ' ,K 'W + ..,, fy - ' .1-V M 1 5 K ,. fn I P, 51. . I Q . . ,fl 1 f K. - L P' 1 f g . P . . f. , Q., 13 V K A ,S ,... , ,S Q: x f S 'Q X . W Q Q.. EN 5 Ewa'-3 A w Q RW if x. Q W. MW www --W ....X V WM. r lu -ww-vgf Ulllinugm gif S vs 'Sw " M' 'vw .Q -.w4.rm.M, , , Linda Gudino Cindy Gunn Mike Gulhffig Kevin Hager Susie Thomas - SUPER PHOTOG RAPHER! Stan Haggerty Mike Ham Denise Hamilton Tracey Handsome David Hanes Carl Hargrove Jeff Hargrove Carol Harkness Our DYNAMIC drummers take a break. Felicia Harris Kevin Harris Linda Harris Robbie Harris Jeane Harrison Thomas Harvell Gena Hawkins Robin Hendryx Melody Harrison Francis Hernandez Chuck Hesson Rudy Hickman Kathy Hicks Margie Higgins L. ,. ' 7 W--111 m K ggifghif , .V :1-fiQvff5L1m1f .. f v K sr- sw,-:L 1 in -I. f f- ag gf. K ff! 5 min Mm 1 N 5 R? L X K 5 ,H w y X v 7 ffm QQ fl 'S f '-1 ' 3? TN 1141 J W ,x ff'-2 Q 'Y g f ' ,, LLL, N M , K Q - , V VVAI, , , Q. 4, ' ' X , '35 20? 'ESA' 'i-, f' A 4 .25-3.,--.. f f' f 3 if 5 V I- :MX ty' A wwf V N ,4 4 I 3 " JK? , vw M K gi 34" JAM Z, E? WL, S Wifwwsf Z ffl' X bw Sgt 7 X ,- -. mm, x Y: Q f Qffw' Q KL, ww-Q.. 'ff' eta ff i - H. swf-'ua S Ron Hudson Lisa Hughes Aubrey Hutchins Connie Hux Steve Ingram Mark Jacobs i Velma Jacobs Beatrice Jefferson Mickey Jefferson David J enkms WhHl'S S0 if1lCfCS1iflg7 Ken Jenkins Sharon Jenkins Jeff Jetton Adolfo Jlmenez Jose jiminez Bobby jock Steve Cain says, "It's hard to be humble." Brenda Johnson Byron Johnson Dorothy Johnson Francine Johnson Laurie Johnson Sandra Johnson Tammy Johnson Alisa Johnston Ll0yd Tlllfy- y0U'fC S0 GUI-ff! Ken J ones Scotty Jones Yolanda Jones Darryl Jordan Gina Jurik Anne Keahey L Lon Keahey Kay Kennedy Jose Kerbow Juan Kerbow Tony Key Jay Kmg Tern Kmg Mary Kohorst fm, f Q Y h , 5 -, ,,. N, K ?a-r. X - ,,.. - .. , . mf Q Q52 ag , Q Kyle -fa, .. i .,,ff R I Xfiiwkg sg 5 4' , ,Q - W . A Julie Long Sherri Long Brenda Johnson stick out your twinkie and say AH! Bonner Lovern Beverly Lowrey Renice Mackey Janet Maddox Mark Manley Melissa Marley Sylvia Marshall Jennifer Martin Linda Martin Linda Mattix Linda Maybery Teresa McClendon Debbie McDaniel Janet McFerrin Betsy McGuffey Paula McKelroy Kevin McKinney Brian Meredith Antonio Meza Kayla Milam Sheila Miles Peggy Milliman Gary Satterwhite asks. "Which one do I hit next?" Carl Mirus Brian Mitchell Luis Molina b r f Y r .L lf 1 Look at me. I'm a cheer- leader! Greg Money Debbie Moore Harold Moore Nelda Moore Randy Moore Sherri Moore Coleen Moreno , Us X wr f Rhonda Morris Chris Nealy Belinda Newhouse Margaret Ogles X , Q Y 1. Q' , - 'X X ,ggi se- as X ma. ' 9' .Y .6 15 S Qs vb? X W' E 3 I ., wg. X i Q . I f ff 3 ii, r eh. 1 Y Y 131,15 T ' -1, - '25 . fx 32,3 " V' - " k,,Y:, K4 X. 5: ' R Sv Mm- iw, .ig ,, ' f-rm, . if , , 'W K 'X , 5 F W? W ' iwi 5 sf, 4 gif ff V' " , ff fmirf 'Q' ' X M , gg I ,- , X, Q M , 1 V' n ,f- 2, Y 4 v C. 2. X ., f, Yvonne Ramirez Janie Ramos Phillip Rangel Kristi Rawlins OUT T0 LUNCH- Billy Record Cliff Reed Cathy Rhea Ceandra Roberson Deirdre Roberts John Rodriguez Carolyn Russell Jeffery Sands y 7 , Nigga 'Cf' fig ' , nf' W a ,pw Sf 752 FB' it f' 3?- K ,W in K 2- .in 25: ifiiia w e, ., ,g "rl K, ,,. fy - , :xx .. - f ' K w X 5 Y ww Y, ., fv V34 A sf Pam Sloan Virgina Small David Smith Marsha Smith Phillip Smith Raymond Smith Robert Smith Russell Smith 'Q::- Sandra Snead James South Misti Stanfield Debbie Starrett ,ea,s,,Ww4,fZ , , fo, K t Robin Stitham Dori Stracner Land HO! Charles Stratton Jessy Stringer Chuck Hesson says, "I know I'm Number One." Brian Swggt Linda Swindle Brian Tate Cheryl Tatum Sheri Tatum Tim Thompson Susan Thomas Barbara Thornton Nicholas Tillman Cathy Todora Up against the wall Redneck Seniors! Anita Tolivef Palmifa T01-reg Julie Trantham Sandra Trejbo Lloyd Tuley Carla Turner Terry Tutt Sherman Tyler Patty Underbrink Robin Vaughan Thomas Vela Ronald Waldrop Robert Waldroup Brad Walker Edwin Walker Greg Walker Michael Walker Mike Walker Roy Walker Steve Wanderscheid Brenda Ward Eddie Ward Y Anthony Warren Debbie Warren A 9 22 Wi 1 f i lfhfe 1 44 M 55 ' ii ,l , , W r . Bud Delk found smoking pot in the bathroom. Regina Warren Ted Warren Saprina Watkins Becky Webb sg so X, ix X ilk rw BN 'Uk Nw 4-at Dana Wester Cheryl Wlllrams Tanoa Watts D011 Welch You look like you could use some Gatorade. Julle Whlte Tammle Whltney Tlm Willard Dav1d Wllhams Llsa WllllamS Mlke Wllhams . W , N . ,... N . eg. lk: L , I T A or 1 , 'r1:5:,, -:xiii - f .!a:,gzg1'+1,iQ,:, .'ig: " ' s x. ' 7 13" , - . . fi 'Qi Qias'jQ,:'.Qi.N5 f Y L ..., 1-f. , X5 , "'A . 15? HE. 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The Superlatives gener- ally represent about five percent of the total number of the Senior Class. This year 24 Seniors were chosen for their superior endeavors. JAN BAILEY Voted Most Dependable, Runner-up for Miss Samuell, Key and Queen, N.H.S., Varsity Cheerleader, Woods and Water Club Y.W.P.F. Student Cou c'l P b St ff S ' C . , n 1. u a , enror Honors Graduate LOUANN CHAMPION rench Club, Thespians, N.H.S. Banner Team, Y,W.P.F., Roller kating Club, F.H.A., All-School Play, High Honors Graduate STACY BROOKS Voted Runner-up for Most Talented, JESTERSI, Concert Choir, Lead in Musical , N.H.S., T.A.G., Ice Skating Club, Roller Skating Club, Student Council, Pub Staff, Senior Assembly Committee, High Honors Graduate KIM ELLIOTT Voted Best Dressed, N.H.S., Honors Graduate f6flllCDFRlf ANNA FOSTER Roller Skating Club, Spanish Club, Y.W.P.F., O.E.A., V.O.E. Co-op, High Honors Graduate CAROL HARKNESS TORCH Staff, Pub Staff, Spanish Club, N.H.,S., Who's Who Among American High School Students, Honors Graduate IGVIIIQF.-if KEITH EMBERLIN Marching, Concert, and Lab Band, Concert Choir, .IESTERE S,C,O.A., S.I.T., Spanish Club, Honors Graduate JOSE GARCIA ' Student Council Vice-President, Allied Youth, Spanish Clu Industrial Arts, Key Club, Ice Skating Club, P.A.C., Pub Sta Honors Graduate 3 GINA J URIK TORCH Staff, Photographer, Starlets, N.H.S., French Club, ors Graduate I E jig: rrersr A'.. -,,, f --" 1 11' H ': kkkr I 'vvl , 5 TERRI KING Voted Runner-up for Most School Spirit, Varsity Cheerleader, PHA., Pub Staff, Honors Graduate fEQfflIICCDf.-LU oir. Musical, Club, Hon- Salutatorian DEIRDRE ROBERTS Most Likely to Succeed, N.H.S. Vice-President, Pub Staff, Skating Club, Y.W.P.F., High Honors Graduate, Senior BETSY McGUFFEY Voted Runner-up for Most Likely to Succeed, N.H.S., JESTERS!, Concert Choir, Roller Skating Club, Swim Team, Y.W.P.F., Pub Staff, High Honors Graduate MARSHA PRICE TORCH Staff, Voted Friendliest, Student Council, Varsity Cheer- leader, N.H.S., S.I.T., P.A.C., Y.A.C., Y.W.P.F., Spanish Club, Ice Skating Club, Pub Staff, Who's Who Among American High School Students, Honors Graduate f6ffllICDDfFlf ISFVTIICCN-.lf STEVE SHERRELL Voted Most Likely to Succeed, N.H.S., President, Banner Team, Sentinel Staff, Thespians, All-School Play, Key Club, Roller Skat- ing Club, Bowling Club, S.I.T., S.C.O,A., Pub Staff, High Honors Graduate, Senior Class Valedictorian 'Wm ,QW RAYMOND SMITH Voted Most Dependable, Banner Team, N.H.S., Thespians, All- School Play, Bowling Club, Emcee For Senior Assembly, Honors Graduate ISWIIQHRV GARY SATTERWHITE Voted Runner-up for Most Talented, Band, Concert Choir. JES- TERS!, N.H.S., S.C.O.A., High Honors Graduate 'Q' E l NICK SILVA Voted Runner-up for Most Dependable, Music On Stage, Band Thespians, N.H.S., Honors Graduate CHERYL TATUM N.H.S., F.H.A.. Pub Staff. Honors Graduate SUSAN THOMAS FORCH Staff, Photographer, S.I.T., Pub Staff, Spanish Club, French Club, N.H.S., Who's Who Among American High School Students, Honors Graduate IQWWIICCDFYI STEVEN WANDERSCHEID Leaf Pep Club A Vice-President. N.H.S., Pub Staff, Honors Grad- te YOLANDA YOUNG Jackets - Vice President, S.l.T., Red Cross, Who's Who American High School Students, Honors Graduate PATTY UNDERBRINK N.H.S. Deaf Pep Club - President. Student Council, Girl's Var- sity Basketball, Pub Staff, High Honors Graduate CAROL WOOLBRIGHT Voted Most Talented, Lead in Musical. N.H.S.. Starlets, Starlet Capers Student Director, D.A.R. Nominee. Thespians, Concert Choir. JESTERSY. French Club. Roller Skating Club. Pub Staff. High Honors Graduate IQVYTIIOGSU 1980 Senior Prom The 1980 Senior Prom was held May 9th at the Hilton Inn at Mockingbird and Central, in the Grand Ballroom. Each person at the prom received a commemorative glass. Dancing to music arranged by the Marshall Argovitz Experience the Seniors were amused by their comrades, attire as they went from table to table exchanging greetings. The Seniors Grand March was announced by Curt Fryar and Cissy y Brown, and the favorites by Q members of the TORCH Staff. Seniors dance amid the light show to a disco beat. Steven Wanderscheid and Rita Duran sit out a dance. Will the real Mike Ham please sit down? Marcus Powell asks Sheila Miles to trip Tammy Page and Brian Sweet arrive at the light fantastic. the prom. Mark Boyd and Terri King pose for a ture. Seniors '80 really get down. E Curt Fryar and Marsha Price live it up. 45 YZ? .?ekY'g'l5'sf..-:IA Carol Harkness and her date enjoy the Dan Houpt and Tony Key find something prom. that really interests them. Seniors '80 dance the "Cotton-Eyed-Joe." Mike Collins escorts Cindy soon to the dance floor. Photographers Gina Jurik and Susan Thomas and their dates get their pictures taken. Louann Champion and Chris Cole toast the l980 Seniors. John Rodriguez didn't know Carol Wool- bright was a two-fisted drinker. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Steve Sherrell Deirdre Roberts MR. ano'MISS SAMUELL Robbie Harris Laurie Johnson MOST DEPENDABLE Raymond Smith J an Bailey FRIENDLIEST Doug Hobbs Marsha Price JWOST ILLNDSONH? ZWOST BEALUYFUL Curt F ryar ,B Lenorcz Coronado BEST oDRESSED Tony Key Kim Elliott MOST ATHLETIC r Greg Money T Donna Graham 4 J . 1 ANN T1 MOST TA LEN TED Chuck H esson Carol Woolbright MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Kevin M cKinney Gena Hawkins WITTIEST Bua' Delk Cathy Todora f an SE IOR FA VORI TE Ll fl fl 6 I' S Mr. and Miss Samuell Curt Fryar - J an Bailey 3 Friendliest Best Dressed 1 Lloyd Tuley - Jennifer Parks Mark Manley - Pam Beasley Most Athletic Most Talented Paul Scott- Julie Trantham Gary Satterwhite - Stacy Brooks Most Dependable Nick Silva - Cray Briggs Most Handsome Curtis Ramey Most School Spirit Chris Nealy - Terri King Thi I It! On Friday, May 23, the 1980 Senior Assembly was held in the Samuell Auditorium. The assembly featured acts performed by Seniors and speeches made by class officers. A , ' ii . Q ' THE CLASS WITH CLASS! Seniors anxiously awaited the start of the assembly. Masters of Ceremony were Steve Sherrell and Raymond Smith. form. ,,f' E " ' E i TQ. S. A A Las . 35... Betsy McGuffey sang the theme from "Ice Castles." The deaf department presented a dance to "Please Don't Go." 332 Noble Keith Emberlin was one of three drummers to per- , ,.., I ..,,,f., ,,-.t, 1 ii - fy - A I V S P V . ri iii 5 s i yy. t t K Q - . f t E 1: gf., .. X Yvette Gaylord performed anothe beautiful dance. The male members of the Banner Team and Cheerleaders performed their famous Pom- Pom routine. 'qv if 5 Brown-belted Marsha Price performed Karate to Two of Samuell's Senior ladies of "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly." '80 danced. The Senior Starlets did their last routine to "Nights on Broadway." Mark Manley sang "Where Are They Now?" A new Starlet? Marcus Powell, Mike Curtis, Rudy Hickman, and Stan Haggerty - "The Blind Boys From Mississippi." Laurie Johnson, Mike Collins, Cray Briggs, Kyle Lester, Gena Hawkins, and Curt Fryar - all resided in "Funky Town." The Seniors assembled on stage to sing the school song one last time. Senior Class President Gregory Irwin Money sang an orlg1nalsong,"A Farewell to Seniors." 4 ...al'lL. QU F-'S in -o 32 V10 Q21 af? Q'-r .. 97 5: Jn? 55 ale sew :es cm. O "1 UQ N D FD Student Body President. Mike Ham. "humbly" bade his farewell. 5 is 9 E22 ff is if 35 is 5,5 -i Q! S f E Senior Luncheon On Friday, May 23, the Senior Luncheon was held at Granny's Dinner Playhouse. Any senior and his guest could attend. Lunch was served about one, with the play starting about two. The class was delighted to see Soupy Sales in the comedy "Come Live With Me," after which Sales gave a monologue. Soupy Sales takes a peek at the seniors. . gs. ser Ms. McCollum found a friend. K E X M... ' -5.- Terri King and Mark Boyd enjoy their lunch. Seniors anxiously await the start of the performance. -. r ' .f 1 Eddie Ward. Bonner Lovern. and Arthur Mike Collins and Sherri Moore toast the class Pennington think Soupy Sales is really funny. of '80. .,.. , .W l .Ieane Harrison and Curt Fryar make their way to the dance floor. accalaureate Mr. Stokes introduces Rev. Charles Diffee. Victor Davis and Bud Delk march in with pride. The Baccalaureate Service was held in the Samuell Auditorium at 2:00 on May 25. The seniors assem- bled in the cafeteria at 1:30 and made a formal processional into the service, wearing cap and gown. The invocation was given by the Rev. George Jackson. The sermon was delivered by Rev. Charles Diffee of Metropolitan Tabernacle. George Warren sang "God of Our Fathers" and Henry Carey sang "America" Also on the agenda were choral selections by the concert choir. Seniors stand for the invocation. Seniors meet in the lunchroom for last minute instructions. Seniors line up for processional. 33 7 Commencement On the night of Thursday, May 29. 1980 over 400 students realized the culmination of a twelve year dream when the W. W. Samuell Commencement ceremony was held in Dallas Memorial Auditorium. Dressed in caps and gowns, the class of 1980 filed into the auditorium and took their seats. Mr. Stokes announced to D.I.S.D. board member Mr. Gerald Stanglin. that the class of 1980 had fulfilled all the requirements for graduation. After receiving their diplomas, each senior reflected on their life at Samuell and on the future. Terri Diaz steps out of line to pose for a picture. i 1 t The band plays "Pomp and Cirtumstance as the Seniors march in After a long wait the Seniors finall The Concert Choir presented two choral selections. .qi N .. 'vi 't ' V ' z 9 all 5 if H 3 ' 1 -is A I J! I KV Y! " K E f , H I -I t,,,.. Lame 3 y K V , .,n,r t . ' "' s swf.-rff,m1,....,,Mr, by dwg aia1 Ma l ' ' ' A 4-3322 taying in line wasn't always easy as family and friends came by to Senior Class President Greg Money and Mickey Jefferson led the isit. processional. Seniors enjoy one last visit with friends. Bud Delk always has time for a picture. 340 'fs All N1 ht Part The All Night Party was held Thursday, May 29th at Bronco Bowl from 1:00PM until 5:00AM for seniors and their dates. A variety of activities were offered including bowling, archery, danc- ing, golf, pool, and baseball bat- ting. It was a long but fun night for the students. The Seniors appreciated all the hard work on the senior activities by the P.T.A. Lloyd Tuley portrays Robin Hood. Senior parents take a break. 6' 'tw I l X A.. Mike Collins and Paula Winterbauer relax after a game of pool. Curtis Ramey strikes out at the party. Greg Walker takes aim against cavities Mr. Pitts gets frisked while Mrs. Collins has a good laugh. ight Eiway. H U 1 Sherri Long, Sandra Poston. Allen Cross. and Kary Thompson arrive at Bronco Bowl, Mike "Buff" Collins enters the Dolly Parton look-alike contest. Shelly Simons and Lori Keahey say "No, Janet Maddux. there is no bronco here for you to ride." 6531 . 0 52, 7 S' Kgs 4. cf, Senior Credit Adams. Lisa I. French Club 3. D.E.C.A. 4. D.E.C.A. Allen. Jon 2. Ilonor Roll 3. C.D.C. 4. I.C.T. Allen. Regina I. Blue Jackets, Freshman Choir 2, Blue Jackets, Treble Choir 3. Concert Choir. Musical. Flag Team 4. Flag Team Section Leader, Concert Choir. Musical, Roller Skating Club Avery. Cbiarina l. Freshman Choir 2. Treble Choir, Honor Roll 3. Honor Roll. V.0.E. 4. O.E.A. I Bailey. Jan I. Homecoming Court. Valentine Court. TORCH Staff, Blue Jackets Board Metnber. Ice Skating Club. Young Life. Honor Roll 2. TORCH Staff Photographer. J.V. Cheerleader. Woods and Water. Ice Skating Club, Young Life. Ilonor Roll 3. Starlets. Valentine Court. B.S. Section. Young Life, TORCII Stall Editor-in-Chief. Starlet Capers. Honor Roll 4. TORCH Staff Editor-in-Chief. Woods and Water. Key Club Sweetheart tMiss Octoberl. Key Club Queen. Ice Skating Club, Varsity' Cheerleader, N.H.S.. Most Dependable. Miss Samuell -- Runner-Up, Young Life. Y.W.P.F.. Student Council. Pub Stall. Senior Superlative. Senior Assembly Committee. Homecoming Nomtnee.Ra11- Ma-Tazz. Ilonor Roll. Senior Assembly Bailey, Pam I. Blue Jackets 3. V.O.E..O.Ii.A. 4. V.O.E.,O.Ii.A. Barn. Steven 4. D.E.C.A. Baker, Cheryl l. Freshman Choir, Blue .Iackets Board Member, Ice Skating Club. Freshman Follies. Honor Roll 2. Treble Choir. lce Skating Club. Honor Roll 3. Starlets. Concert Choir. lce Skating Club. French Club. Honor Roll, Rau-Mtv Tazz. "Camelot." Starlet Capers 4. Starlets, Concert Choir. Ice Skating Club, Roller Skating Club Treas.. French Club Treas.. Thespians. M'A'S'H' f Student Director, Y W.P.F.. RaLz-Ma-Tau. "Sound of Music." Starlet Capers Baker. Kathy I. Freshman Choir Sec.. Honor Roll. Freshman Follies 2. Treble Choir. lce Skating Club. Honor Roll, Track, Volleyball 3, Concert Choir. Flag Corps. N.H.S.. Honor Roll. Razz-Map Ta11."CameIot" 4. Concert Choir. JFSTFRS! Treas.. N.H.S.. Ice Skating Club. Roller Skating Club. Rau-Ma- Tau, Starlet Capers. Band Show. "The Sound ol Music" Ballew. Vance 3. lce Skating Club, Football 4. lce Skating Club. Key Club. Woods and Water. Student Council, Industrial Arts Club. Roller Skating Club. Senior Pub Staff. Allred Youth. Football Barr. Kelsie I. Ice Skating Club. Blue Jackets 2. lce Skating Club. Woods and Water 3. Ice Skating Club. Woods and Water. Starlets 4. Ice Skating Cluh. Woods and Water. Starlets. Roller Skating 342 Club, Student Council. Semor Assembly Committee Beasley. Catherine 4. F.H.A. Treats.. Y.W.P.F. Beasley. Patti l. R.O.T.C.. F.H.A. Z R.O.T.C.. First Sergeant. F.H.A. 3, R.O.T.C. Company Commander Captain. F.H.A.. O.F.A. 4. O.E.A.. Y.W.P.F.. Senior Favorite Best Dressed - Runner-Llp Beasley. Tamara 4. Roller Skating Club Bench, Gary 3. l.C.T. 4. I.C.T. Bernett. Reginold 2. R.O.T.C. 3. R.O.T.C. Btckell. Dennis 2. Law Magnet 3. Law Magnet 4. l.C.'I'. Bird. Ginger I. Blue Jackets 2. Blue Jackets. Treble Choir 3. Starlets, Soccer. Concert Choir. Ice Skating Club 4. Starlets Sr. Lieutenant. O.If.A.. V O,Ii. Vice Pres.. l'.II.A. Pres. Black. Steve Boaz. Russell I. Basketball 2. Ilonor Roll 3. Ilonor Roll Boles. Bert Boshears. Lisa I. Blue Jackets, Young Life 2. Blue Jackets. Swtrn Team. F.H.A.. Young Life 3. Swim Team. Young Life -1. Roller Skating Cluh Boyd. Mark l. Freshman Choir. Football. Track 1. Allied Youth, Varsity Football. Track 3. Varsity Football. Allied Youth. S.l.T. 4. Varsity Football. Key Club. Woods and Water. S.I.T.. Allied Youth. F.H.A.. Student Council Boyett, Rhonda I. Freshman Choir. Young Life 2. Treble Choir, Young Life Bradford. Darrell -. Deaf Pep Club 3. Deaf Pep Club. Track w 4. Deaf Cheerleader. Senior Pub Staff. lce Skating Club Bradshaw. Terri l. Choir. Freshman Follies 2. Treble Choir, Tbespians. French Club. 4'The Time of Your Life" 3. Concert Choir. Thespians. French Club Asst. Sec.. A'Camelot." Razz-Ma-Tau. "Star Spangled Girl" 4, Concert Choir. Thespians. French Club. Roller Skating Club.Ra1J-Ma-Tall. "M'A'S'H"' Briggs. Cray I. Blue Jackets. Student Council. Ice Skating Club -. Treble Choir. lce Skating Club 3. Juntor Class Sec., Starlets. Ice Skating Clttb. Spanish Club -- Pres.. Concert Choir, N.II.S.. Thespians 4. Starlets Council, lce Skating Club - Vtce Pres., Concert Choir Sec.. Thesptans f Treas.. N.II.S.. Student Council. Y..-K C. Representative. Senior Pub Izditorg "N1'A'S'H"' Lead. Senior Favorite Runner- Llp Most Dependable. East 7 Dallas Lxchange Club Girl of the Month. Ilonor Roll Brooks. Stacy l. Blue Jackets. lce Skating Club. Choir. Class Pres.. Freshman liaxorite. Ilomecoming Court. Valentine Court. Student Council. Freshman Iinsemble. Freshman Follies 2. Starlets. Latin Club. Sophomore Class Vice Pres.. lce Skating Club, Hugh O'Brien Sophomore ofthe Year Award, Treble Choir. Starlet Capers. Student Council 3. Starlets. Latin Club -f Pres.. Junior Class Vice-Pres.. Ice Skating Club, Student Council. JESTERSI, Concert Choir. N.H.S.. Razz-Ma-T azz. A'Camelot," Band Show, Starlet Capers 4. Student Council, JESTERSI, Concert Choir, Pub Staff, lce Skating Club. Roller Skating Club, N.H.S.. T.A.G.. Razz-Ma- 'I-dll. Senior Favorite Runner- Up f Most Talented, "Sound of Music," Superlative Brown. Cissy l. Blue Jackets. lce Skating Club. Student Council. Sentinel Staff 2. Basketball, Track. Ice Skating Club, Sentinel Staff 3 Basketball. Track. lce Skating Club, Sentinel Staff 4. Varsity Cheerleader. Student Council. Pub Staff. Prom Committee. Key Club Sweetheart Broxson. Stephanie I Blue Jackets 2. Soccer 3. V.O.C.T. - Sec. 4. V.O.C.T. - Sergeant at Arms Bullard, Jimmy I. Marching Band 2. Marching Band. Lab Band, Band Show 3. Marching Band. Lab Band. Band Show 4. Marching Band, Lab Band. Industrial Arts Club. Student Council. Ice Skating Club. Roller Skating Club. Band Show Burke, Susan I. Freshman Choir Z. D.E.C.A. 3. D.E.C.A. 4. D.E.C.A. Burkett. Cary 4. D.l2.C.A. Burntne. Ruthie I. lce Skating Club. Sign Language Club, Latin Club. Young Life 2. Ice Skating Club. Latin Club f Reporter. Young Life 3. lce Skating Club. Young Life 4. lce Skating Club. Starlets. Student Council Burns. Kelli l. Choir f- Pres.. Freshman Iinsemble. lce Skating Club. Freshman Follies 2. Concert Choir. lce Skating Club, Bowling Team. Bowling Club, Musical Acc.. Rau-Ma-Tazz. Young Lile 3. Starlets, Concert Choir. Student Council. JESTERSI, Musical - Acc.. RLIIL-NIB-TLIZI. Starlet Capers. Young Life 4. Concert Choir. F.H.A. Bullard, Debbie I. Choir. Blue Jackets, Ice Skating Club 2. Ice Skating Club 3. Spanish Club 4. Starlets. Pub Stall. Spanish Club. Y.W.P.F., Computer Math Club Burrow, Doug 2. J.V. Football Butler, Debbie 3. F.H.A. 4. F.II.A. Caddell. Jack I. 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Rau-Ma-Tazz. Starlet Capers Carter. Kathy 3. Industrial Arts Club 4. Library Assistant Carter. Sheila l. R.O.T.C., F.H.A. 2. J.V. Cheerleader, R.O.T.C. 3. H.E.C.E. I 4. H.F.C.E. Il Chambers. Jana I. Blue Jackets, Ice Skating Club. B.S. Section, Student Council, Young Life. Red Cross Alternate 2. Student Council. Ice Skating Club, B.S. Section. Young Life, B Honor Roll 3. Student Council, B Honor Roll, Young Life. lce Skating Club 4. Starlets f Council tConstitution and Correspondence Secretaryl. Student Council. Student Body Secretary. Ice Skating Club. Pub Staff. TORCH Staff, Prom Committee. Y.W.P.F., Starlet Capers. Young Life. Senior Favorite Runner-Up Most Beautiful Champion. Louann l. French Club 2. French Club - Sec.. Thespians 3. French Club, Thespians. N.H.S. 4. Thesptans. French Club. N.H.S.. Banner Team. Y.W.P.F.. Roller Skating Club, F.H.A.. "M'A'S'H"'. Razz-Ma-Tazz. Senior Superlative Cherry. Lorene l. R.O.T.C., Band 2. R.O.T.C.. F.H.A.. Band 3. R.O.l .C .. F.H.A. 4. 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Blue Jackets. Spanish Club 2. Starlets. Bowling Club 4. Sentinel - Editor-in-Chief. Pub Staff. Latin Club - Vice Pres.. Concert Choir, Who's Who Among American High School t Students Davis. Janice I. Blue Jackets. Athletics 2. F.H.A.. Athletics 3. F.H.A.. Athletics 4. H.E.C.E. Davis, Pam I. Blue Jackets 3. Woods and Water, Industrial Arts Club 4. Woods and Water, lce Skating Club. Roller SkatingClub. . F.H.A. Davis. Randy I. Freshman Football 2. J.V. Football. Track 3. Varsity Football 4. Varsity Football. Allied Youth. Key Club. Woods and Water Davis. Teresa I. Blue Jackets. Ice Skating Club, Honor Roll 2. Ice Skating Club, Honor Roll 3. Honor Roll 4. Pub Staff, Concert Choir. French Club. Ice Skating Club, Roller Skating Cluh. Raaz-Ma-Tau, 'AThe Sound of Music" Davis, Victor I. Freshman Football 2. J.V. Football. Track 3. Football. Track 4. Varsity Football. Key Club. Woods and Water. Allied Youth. Track t l Davison. Sherri 4. F.H.A. DeLaRosa. Ricky 3. 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J.V, Football. Track -I. Spanish Club. I.C.T., V.I.C.A. Vice President II. Concert Choir. Special lid. Therapist. I.C.T. Il. V,I.C.A. President Dudtck. Deborah . F.H.A. .V.O.E. Lab .V,O.F. - Treasurer unagan. David .Key Club. Freshman Football. Freshman Baseball. Ilonor Roll .Football. Ice Skating Club. Honor Roll . Football. Ice Skating Club. Industrial Arts Club. Nominated for the Junior ol the Year by the Notre Dame Club ol Dallas. N.H.S.. Ilonor Roll .Sentinel Staff Sports Iiditor. Senior Class Vice President. Football. Woods and Water, Ice Skating Club. N.lI.S.. Key Club Treas.. Ilonor Roll. Four Year Scholarship to West Point urham. Angela .F.Il.A. .F.H.A. urrett. Sandra . Choir .O,E.A.. I-.ll.A lery. Phillip .Choxr. Swim Team .Concert Choir. Swim Team .Concert Choir, Tennis Team. JESTFRS! .Concert Choir. Tennis Team. JESTERSI. Roller Skating Club lery. Tonya . Swim Team . Swim Team . F.H.A. .I'.H,A.. Y.W .P.I".. Concert Choir lliott. Glen ,Swim Team .Swim Team . 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J V. Basketball 3. Football. Basketball. All District. All Greater Dallas. F.H,A.. Track 4. Football. Woods and Water. Key Club, P.A.C.. Allied Youth. Senior Assembly Committee Hale, Saundra 2. F.H.A. 3. F.Il.A. 4. O,I2.A.. V.O.E.. Ice Skating Club. F,ll.A. Ilam. Mike l, Choir, Ensemble. Football. Allied Youth 2. Football. JIQSTFRSI. Concert Chotr.All1ed Youth. Ilonor Roll 3, Football. JESTFRSI. Junior Class President. Allied Youth. Ice Skating Club. Honor Roll 4. Football, Woods and Water. Student Council. Ice Skating Club. Lab Band, JESTERSI. Concert Choir. Allied Youth. Student Intervention Team. P.A.C.. Student Body President. Key Club. Senior Actn tties Committee Ilargroye. Carl 4. V,O.C, I .. Key Club Ilargrose. Jeff I. Football. Key Club 1. J,V. Football. Key Club 3. Football 4. Football. Key Club. Spanish Club Harkness. Carol l. Ilonor Roll 2, Honor Roll 3. Spanish Club. Honor Roll. Who's Who Among American High School Students 4, TORCH Stafl. Spanish Club, Pub Staff. Who's Who Among American High School Students. Honor Roll. Superlative Ilarper, Michael I. R.O,T.C.. Rifle Team. Industrial Arts Club 2. R.O.T.C.. Rifle Team. Color Guard. Industrial Arts Club 3. Industrial Arts Club. Woods and Water 4. I.C.T., Industrial Arts Club. Woods and Water Harris, Kevin 4. C.V.A.E. Harris. Linda Sue l, Choir. Library Assistant 2. Library Assistant 3. N.H.S.. Library Assistant 4. N.H.S.. I.C.T. Harris, Robert 2. Key Club 4. Banner Team. Ice Skating Club. Young Life. Bowling Team. Key Club, Senior Favorite - Mr. Samuell Hatter. Clifton I. R.O.T.C. 2. R.O.T.C. 3. R.O.T.C. 4. R.O.T.C. endry x. Robin H I. Blue Jackets. Choir 4. F.II A..O.F.A. Hawkins. Robin 2. Deaf Pep Club 3. Deal Cheerleader 4. Deaf Cheerleader. V.O.C.C.T. Hernandez. Isabel Herrera. lose Hickman. Rudy I. Basketball 2, J.V. Basketball. F.H.A. 3. Basketball. F.II.A. 4. Basketball. Key Club. F.H.A. President. Woods and Water Higgins. Margie I. Choir. Freshman Follies 2. Treble Choir. Sign Language Club 3, Concert Choir. B.S. Section, "Camelot," Rau-Ma-Tazz 4. Concert Choir, Roller Skating Club. V.O.E.. Rau-Ma-Tazz IItll, Sabrenda Lynn I. Drill Team Z. II.E.C.Ii. 3. II.F.C.F,. Blue Jackets 4. II.F.C.I2,. Outstanding H.E.C.F. Student Ilobbs. Doug I. Football. Key Club Z. J.V. Football 3. I"oolbt1ll.JUl'tl0t Favorite 4, Football, Spanish Club. Key Club. Senior Favorite Friendltest Hogue, Holly l. Ice Skating Club Z. Young Life. Ice Skating Club 4. V,O,C.T. Treasurer Holland. Jamie I. Blue Jackets. Ice Skating Club. Young Life. Swim Team Z. Blue Jackets. Ice Skating Club. Woods and Water. Swim Team. Young Life 3. Woods and Water. Ice Skating Club. Young Life 4, Ice Skating Club, Roller Skating Club, Young Life. Spanish Club. Sentinel Staff. Pub Stall Hollaway. Chester Z. Certificate of Ilonor 4. F.H.A. Hopkins. Felecta Renee Z. Track. Volley ball. Basketball. Treble Choir 4. Basketball Iloupt. Dan l Key Club. Football. Ice Skating Club 2. Key Club, J.V. Football. 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Student Council. TORCH Staff. Roller Skating Club. P.A.C.. Senior Favorite Best Dressed. llonor Roll King. Jay King. Terri I. F.II.A. 2 .J.V. Cheerleader. l'.H.A.. Library Asst. 3. J.V. Cheerleader. F.H.A.. Library 4 Asst. .Varsity Cheerleader. F.H.A.. Pub Staff. Library Asst.. Senior Favorite Runner-Up We Most School Spirit. Superlative Laarts. LeAnn 4 . .F.H.A. Lackey. l.anae I I .F. I.A. 2. F.H.A. 3. H.Ii.C.E. Historian. Honor Roll 4. O.E.A.. V.O.F. Historian Lacy. Bobby 2 3 .C.V.A.F. .C.V.A.Ii. 4. D.E.C.A. l.akey. Velda 2. Treble Choir 3. Concert Choir 4. Concert Choir I.amb. Karla 2. French Club 3. D.E.C.A. 4. F.H.A. Langley. Barbara 2. Woods and Water 4. Ice Skating Club. Roller Skating Club. Senior Pub Staff 344 l.aQuey. Cheryl 2. D.E.C.A. 3. D.Ii.C.A.. F.H.A. 4. F.H.A.. Woods and Water Lee. Anthony I. Choir. Band 2. Concert Choir. Band 3. Band 4. Band Lcffingwell. Byron I. Marching Band. Choir 2. Marching Band. Stage Band 3. I.C.T. 4. I.C .T. I.ester. Kyle l. Choir. 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W flo6'M6 Marsha Price checks things out! Kevin Bailey trucks around Pleasant Grove. Photographer Susan Thomas loads her camera before she sets out to investigate the "Grove". '---'M"" , r nov-1r""'9 ,, a i a ll fix K Z5 RJR Q , Mike Collins gets in some sack time. if nw MX ' to and L ' H r ,I - , W New fi' im was N 11" M' R K ff" lm ..'-'iff' ' sf if its no Cathy Todora "fuels" up at the local Site Station. W, , J 1, f ll ,ff 'J 5,15-I f, 1 -Qs- . ll., ,? f iz, QQ 'Rss 1, Robert Callen "fries 'em up" at Braum's. sm ith ' gy rett Paschall checks out the merc ing center. handise in the "Grove" shop- we Robbie Harris, Kevin McKinney Rats." d Curt Fryar are true "Grove 0 if ,,L,A K' LM Q I ,'-' f , igg, Zag? ' 1 mmf. uw1w'.a.i Many We Qu-641 2 i Jack Caddell and Kevin McKinney behind bars in "The Grove." 1.-.rm i KK-A iisxxiiiiiiif :HM 'il , 5HH -Q eiizi ii i, A r WY., i'X gf f Q Q. , 'sigma-gffy j . 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"Young Life" meets in the "Grove" Tony Key and Jana Chambers prove that working on the TORCH will drive you crazy!!! sYMNs 3 it is all as o ui 1 l I l FLCWER SHOP 8230 Lake June Road Let Flowers Express Your Thoughts T mand Pa lne Sgmns Owners 391 0944 391 0894 l PETE,S JEWELERS 2223 S. Buckner Blvd. Suite 207 I Complete Line of Fine Watch and 4 Class Rings Jewelry Repair Pete StO11C Owner - 388-4153 4 y 353 DOTS FLOWER POT ng, 1 3 v e ' 391-5288 1332 N. J' M' 391-1540 7 ,OS TEE SHIRT CORNER 422 Bruton Terr Shoppmg Center Dallas Texas 381 2627 Owner Don Barr 1005 cgwfczfe B 5 1520 Ax Bucgnsz Dal, aa Uexaa 3 7 -47 5 7 Q12 f, 0 wnwmg .WDQLLZJA AZ Z' Q ofzcaf LIZ? AW ,Kb 915 f 5' 7 4 7 Bzuton - Ii' LDQZZQ4 388-1030 oz 388-5605 Gm dppobnfm nf 8121 Bwton GQJ Daffaa 358 O47 7 I f ' L9 I ,T 53 .I Q tl Q . ml, , 'yr' 'HL xwgfsi lv' 'Uv 'la -' W if? ' 5 Jan HBauleUn Tong -r'rE' I Ol Qu 5 Bs 4 Qfoztaf CHINESE RESTA URANT Da1ly Lunch Speclal Sunday SpCC1al Take Out Orders 2,4-288-4776 Mon. 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Beth Walker reflects back on the 79-80 school year. rea. f A '... -e1Ih: r::-s rl, Fa X 53 Seniors sing the Alma Mater at the Senior assembly for the last time. Lorri Fowler is excited about summer vaca- l I tion!!! I 362 Darla Goss - Next year you'll be a Senior and won't have to play Jan Bailey worries about last minute changes for the TORCH. with your doll. Ms. McCollum's English class says Good-bye early. ' ,iw V if ' ,, 'fm ww , by 21 w'?.,f,,,,,5 my ,AX :NM V ff' fl 2 John Rodriguez has SENIORlTlS!!l Time for friends, Gina Jurik and Susie Thomas to say farewell. i I Sandra Poston tells Kary Thompson how glad she is to be a senior. Seems like everyone is excited about GRADUATION!!! Lori Keahey celebrates graduation during English. if grief , . 1 ' In :A iyr 1, ,5 41 K I Q .lww si M y ' 5 me .Q 1 Bonner Lovern gets down in the 50's assembly. 36 Boyd. Mark 12 ndex A Adams. Lisa 12 1 14 Adams. Mike 11 130 Adams. Regina 9 225 Agnew. Belinda 9 65. 99. 225 Agnew. Jacquelin 10 241 Akin. Lori ll 259 Akin. Mark 10 241 Al1en.Jon 12 285. 128 Allen, Kelly 9 65.99.225 Allen. Linda 10 241 Allen. Pame1a9 65. 225 Allen. Regina 12 10.67,102,285 A11en.Ricky' 10 28. 241 Allen.Teresa 10 89. 101.241 A1mon.Paul9 225 Alston. Marsha 9 65 Amador. Alfonso 10 241 Amador. Juan 11 53. 259 Anderson. Lisa 9 65, 225 Anderson. Thomas 9 39. 225 Angutano. John 10 156. 241.257 Arenas. Alicia 11 259 Arias. Susan 9 225 Arnold. Curtis 10 113. 116. 190, 241 Arnold. Julie 9 65. 99. 225 Averv. Chtartna 12 124. 285 Ayers. Brian 11 259 Babbit. Darrel 9 128 Baber. Mike 10 172 Badgett. Charles I0 241 Bagley. Ben 11 259 Bailey. Carolyn 10 241 Bailey. Cheryl 9 65. 89.99. 225 Bai1ey.Jan 12 3. 9, 11. 20. 21.22. 78. 79. 80. 81 .24. 89.96. 56. 148. 143, 146. 281. 285, 298. 307. 316. 319. 334. 327. 356. 362. 331. 150. 151. 153 Bailey. Kathy 11 259 Bailey. Kevin 11 30. 92 . 138. 147. 259. 348 Ballet. Pam 12 124.2 Bain. 285 85 Steve 12 Baker. Cheryl 12 70. 89 73. 110. 285. 102. 90. 91.140 Baker. Kathy 12 5.15. 285. 316. 70. 73. 77. Q7 41,89.35.114.103.l02..- 106.107.l-14 Baker. Michael 10 241. 100. 190 Baker. Tracy 10 241.252. 143. 70. 101 Ba1es.Betsy 10 241.1 32. 88. 39 Ballevw. Lance 11 143.259.l56.-13 Ba11eu.Susan 11 89. 259. 268. oo, 68. 97. 1-17. 43 Ba1lew.Vance 12 364 3. 285. 143. 93. 89. 129. 94. 156 Barfteld. Gail 10 241 Barger, Lisa 10 70. 72. 259. 103, 102 Barksdale. Derrell 10 241. 190 Barnes. Anthony 11 259 Barnhart. John 11 259 Barr. Boris 9 225 Barr. Kelsie 12 12. 285. 316. 143. 70. 73. 89. 148.354 Barr. Kris 10 241. 70, 72 Barry. Tracy 11 259. 123. 122 Bartlett. Nancy 10 241. 84. 83 Bassford. Daniel 9 225. 132 Batt. Roland 9 225 Baugh. Phillip 11 259. 192 Baugh. Steve 10 241. 104. 102. 140 Baughman. Jacob 10 134. 31. 139 Baylor. Connie 11 70.72. 110. 92. 259. 102. 103.97 Bazan. Eduardo 9 225 Beard. D'ann 12 285 Bel.ew. Lisa 10 241.249,110,89.37.101 Beasley, Brette 9 225 Beasley. Catherine 12 286. 1 15 Beasley. Cathy 12 285. 114 Beasley. Diane 10 241. 89. 117 Beasley, Pam 12 286. 125. 331 Beasley. Tamara I2 286. 129. 116 Beaver. Rhonda 12 286. 316 Bedford. 166. 167. 260 Bedford. Clarence 12 166. 167 Bedwell. Betsy 12 286 Beggs. Tina 10 241. 64. 65 Bell. Brenda 11 259. 116 Bell. Frances 11 1 15 Bell. Michael 12 286. 183 Bell. Scott 9 225 Bellah. Susan 10 241. 65. 116 Bellah. Tamara 9 225. 1 16.68 Benavidez. Velma 9 65. 180 Bench. Gary' 12 286. 128 Bench. Larry 11 259. 131. 130 Bene. Alan 11 166. 167, 259 Bene. Scott 10 241.257.184. 185 Bennett. Cynthia 11 .114.116 Brianll 259. 1 17. 30 Bennett. Gerald 9 225. 163 Bennett. Regina 10 241. l 13. 116 Bennett. Reginald 12 286. 1 14. 31 Benoit. Richard 10 241 Benson. JoAnn 12 286,70,73.74.S9.148.354 Btckell. Denise 11 122 Bicl-tell. Dennis 12 286. 259 Bingham. Dava 11 259.147 Bird.Gtng.er 12 2. 286. 70. 71. 73. 76. 125. 124 Bird. Penny 11 22. 70, 72. 259. 132. 272 Bishop. Sabrina 9 93. 225.65 Black. Daniel 11 259 Black. Kenneth 11 259 Black. Nicki ll 182 Black. Sandy 10 241. 101 Black. Steve 12 286 Black. Wesley II 259. 178 Blackmon. Charlotte 10 241. 137 Blackmon. Sterling 12 136 Blair. Cheryl 9 89. 225. 173.65 Bledsoe. Paula 11 60, 70. 72. 77. 109. 89. 260. 102. 220. 59 Blevins. Tonya 9 225 Bluitt, Felicia 10 9, 241. 243, 164. 175. 257. 174 Blythe. Terri 10 241 Boaz. Russell 12 287 Bobien. Dora 9 225. 100 Bockemehl. Darrell 10 241. 141 Boles. Bert I2 287 Bo1es.Cathy' I2 287 Bollin.De1oris 10 242. 138 Bonnie. Montie 9 225 Boose. Randy 11 260 Borrego. Rudolph 9 225 Boruk. Brad 10 242. 192 Boshears. Lisa 12 287. 1 17 Boyd. John 11 260 287. 306. 132. 116. 97, 94, 354. 156. 324. 336 Boyett. Rhonda 12 287 Bradford. Darrel 12 287. 87.86. 148.39 Bradley. Tammy' 9 225. 65. 99 Bradley. Wanda 12 287, 216 Bradshaw, Keith 9 225 Bradshaw. Terri I2 287.110.102.l03.141 Bragg. George I0 242. 45 Brandenburg. Stacey 10 242. 89. 101 Brantley. Robin 11 36. 260. 102. 284. 258 Brashear. Anthony' 9 225 Brass. George 9 105 Braucht. Carrie 10 242, 257. 101. 141 Bray. .lasson 9 139. 163 Brazrel.Terry 10 242 Breithaupt. Daynna 11 116 Brewer. Donald 9 225. 132 Brice. Preston 9 225. 1 17. 138 Brtdwell. Sondra 10 242 Briggs. Cray 12 23. 287. 26. 27. 316. 70. 74. 77. 73. 89. 359. 32. 148. 103. 102. 96. 144. 140. 334. 331 Brinkley. Stephen 10 242. 104. 100 Brokeshou1der.Elicta 10 242, 257. 68 Brooks. Stacy 12 10. 281. 287.316. 142. 143. 4l.109.89,148.106.107. 144. 354.47.48. 49. 331. 319 Bruton. Fred9 ll Brown. Cissy 12 3. 6. 1 1. 78. 79, 80. 81. 287. 317. 143. 89. 148.96 Brown. Gary 9 225. 190. 163 Brown. Severia 10 242 Browning. Tony 11 1 10 92. 260 Broxson. Stephanie 12 288. 130 Brummett. Lisa 11 127, 115 Bruno. Delorise 11 115. 114. 279 Bryant. Carolyn 10 242, 113 Bryant.Clifton 12 288 Bryant. David ll 260 Bryant. Johnny 9 27. 225.98. 100. 140,51 Bryant. Lori 11 260 Bryant. Willie 11 260 Buchanan. Marie 10 242 Buchanan. Marla 10 242 Buchanan. Terri 12 288 Bullard. Debbie 12 288. 70.73.74. 148. 112. 146 Bullard. Doug 9 163. 225 Bu11ard.Jimmy 12 288. 143. 40. 89. 129.69 Burke. Michelle ll 260. 279 Burke. Royce 9 105 Burke. Suzanne 12 288 Burkett. Cary 12 288 Burney, Gwendolyn 9 225, 117. 65 Burney, Karen 11 173. 115, 260. 117. 278. 1 Burnine. Ruthie 12' 281. 288, 293. 89 Burno. Brian 9 184. 185 Burns. Kelli 12 288 Burresch. Lon 11 260 Burris. Johnson 10 242. 138 Burrow. Doug 12 288 Busby. Cheryl 12 288. 88 Butler. Cheryl 9 37 Butler. Curtis 11 260. 191 Butler, Debbie 12 288. 115. 116 Butler. Ronald 9 226 Butler. Trish 10 242. 65 C Cadde1l,Jack 12 288.316, 41. 42. 68. 69. 350 Caddell. Mike 10 68 Cade. Kim 10 242.143.89.183. 101.141 Cadenhead. Oscar 9 226. 190 Caffey. Laurie 9 65. 180 Cain. Kristi 9 226. 132. 65 Cain. Steve 12 3.26. 288. 299. 149. 19. 212. 140. 146. 54. 360. 361.151 Callen. Robert ll 115. 260.349 Cameron. Ricky 11 260 Campbell. Cliff 11 260. 178. 147 Campbell, Tina 9 132 Canada. Chris 11 40. 92. 261. 66. 69. 97. 177 Cantu. Debra 9 226. 65. 53. 99 Cantwell. Tracy' 9 226, 89. 65 Caperton. Mary 10 242. 116 Capps. Donna 10 242 Carder, Marilyn ll 261 Carlile, Tony 12 289 Carlock. Robin I0 242, 83. 84, 85, 89. 257. 101 Camey. Brian 11 261 Carpenter. Darlene 10 64 Carpenter, Robin 9 226 Carpenter. Sheila 10 242, 65 Carrillo. Shirley 11 261 Carroll. Leigh 10 242. 116. 141 Carruth. Sheryl 12 9, 289. 317. 70. 73. 74, 146, 127, 103. 102 Carter. Alvin ll 261 Carter. Donna 9 226 Carter. Gloria 9 226.23 Carter. Judy 11 261 Carter, Kathy 12 93 Carter. Mack 10 243. 108. 132 Carter. Sandra 9 226.65 Carter. Sharon 10 243. 112. 54 Carter. Sheila 12 22. 289. 122 Causey. Pat 10 243.92 Cave, Lonnita 9 226 Cawthon. Shelley 1 1 261 Chadwick. Sheila 10 243 Chalkley. William 9 226. 163. 172 Chambers. Jana 12 13. 60. 289. 307. 316. 142. 143, 70. 73. 74. 77. 89.34. 37. 148. 358. 356. 352, 56, 351. 151 Chambers, Patricia 11 261. 130 Chambers, Preston 10 243 Champion, Louann I2 10. 11. 285. 27. 31 1. 78, 82. 289, 309. 26. 111. 110. 114. 19. 144, 140. 54. 325. 360. 319 Chancellor. Cindy 11 261 Chandler, Sondra 9 226 Chantaca, Elizabeth 11 22 Chapman. Chris 9 226. 163 Chatterly. Edward 11 261 Cheatwood. Paula 11 127. 93. 261. 147 Cheney. Deanna 9 226. 65 Cherry. Lorene 12 137 Childress, Desty 10 243 Chism. Byron ll 27, 143, 127. 261. 140 Chism. John 10 243 Chism. Mary' 9 93.65 Chism. Sarah 10 243. 67. 101 Chism. Vicki ll 175.173.26l.I80.195. 174 Chisolm. William 9 226 Christian. Steve 11 110, 89. 37. 261. 279, 269. 147. 184. 185 Chumbley. David 11 261. 156 Chumb1ey.l.aurence 9 226. 172 Ciprtano. Rufus 9 226. 53. 98. 178 C1ark.Bi11y 9 222. 226.37. 163.190 Clark. Brian 9 226 Clark. Tammy 12 289. 123. 122 Clayton. Donna 10 262 Clayton. Kenneth 10 243 Clayton. Stacy 9 226. 65 Clinkscale. Jerri 9 226. 99 Coates, JoAnn 10 243 Coates. Joseph I1 262 Cobb. Beth 12 289, 109. 114 Cobb. Elaine 9 226 Cobler. Joe 10 243 Cob1er.Johnny ll 262 Coburn. Barry 9 262, 156 Coffman. Donald 10 243 Coffman, Karen ll 262. 120 Coffman. William 9 226.105.163,192 Cohen. Greg ll 262. 97 Coker. Helen 10 243 Coker, Robert 10 243. 93. 91 Cole. Chris ll 111. 262. 66. 69, 147. 140. 325.351 Cole. David I1 262. 137 Coleman. Denise 10 243. 105 Coleman. Donna 10 243 Coleman. Glenda 9 226. 132. 88 Co1ey,Seott 12 289. 316. 158. 156 Collins. Michael 12 16. 15. 289. 317. 143. 89. 104. 148. 132. 103. 102. 95. 94. 43. 49. 56. 325. 334. 348 336. 340.341. 151. 153 Collins. Sammie 11 114. 117 Colvin. Mark 10 243 Compton. Chris 9 163 Conley. Anita 9 226. 65. 116 Cook. Candace 10 243 Cook, lvan 9 226 Cook. Raymond 11 262 Cook. Sherri 12 16. 15, 289, 70. 73.74. 32. 114, 102 Cook, Steven II 262 Cooley. Caroline 12 289 Cooley, Shawn 9 37. 132. 227. 65 Cooper. Gary 9 227 Cooper. Jimmie 10 243 Cooper. Vickie 11 1 16 Corder. Brenda I0 243. 132. 67, 101 Coronado. Larry 9 132. 227. 192 Coronado. Lenora 12 3. 11.78. 79. 80.81.289 89 104.36.37. 148. 112.9 149. 328 Couch.Caro1 12 22. 114. 115 Couch.Sandra 10 243. 65. 101 Coulter. Ritchie 10 244 Cox. Alvin I1 262 Cox. Cary 10 244 Cox. Danny 9 227 Cox. David 9 227. 190. 163 Craig. Jerry 9 139 Cram. Joey 12 290. 178 Crannell. Christy 12 290, 131, 130 Crecy. Sharon 9 227.65 Crelia, Brian 9 227. 99, 163 Cremers, Debbie 10 244. 129 Crews, Weldon 9 227. 163, 192 Crosley. Laura 11 262. 137 Cross, Allen 12 290. 132. 156, 59, 341 Crouch, Kenneth 12 262, 290, 44. 105 Crowsey, Troy 10 244, 246, 178 Cruz. Meguel 10 244 Culley. Lisa I2 290, 70. 73, 74, 148. 97, 43. 146, 56. 152 Cummings. William 9 227, 137 Cupp. Mickey 9 227 Curl. Sheretta 12 290, 1 15. 116 Curtis. Mike 12 290. 166. 167. 170. 171. 324 Curtis, Tina 10 173, 195 Curtsinger, Carrie 12 290 Curtsinger, Christi 10 244. 101 Cushingberry. Francis 12 290, 10 Custard. Dennise 10 244 Custard. William 9 227. 99 D Dale, Michael 9 227. 134. 30. 139 Daniel. Kelly 11 262 Daniels. Daisy ll 1 15 Darnell. Lana 10 93 Darr, Steven 12 290, 28.88, 146 Davenport. Sandra I2 290. 125, 142 Davidson. James 10 244 Davidson, Valerie 12 290.109.148.102. 149,140 Davila. Ruth 10 244 Davis. Anthony 10 244 Davis. Cassandra 12 291. I 15 Davis. Daylean 11 127, 262 Davis. Dedra 9 173. 227. 116 Davis. Derrick 11 262. 53, 136 Davis. Janice I2 291, 175, 174, 122 Davis. Karen 9 173.227 Davis. Keith 10 244. 172. 192 Davis. Larry 10 244 Davis. Pam 12 291. 89, 114 Davis, Randy 12 291.93,132,94. 160. 156 Davis. Teresa 12 305.291, l10.89. 148, 102.7 Davis. Veronica ll 174.164.175. 117, 195 Davis, Victor 12 291. 94, 156. 337 Dawson. Sherri 12 291, 1 15 Dedmon. Anthony 10 244 De La Rosa. Ricky 12 291, 130 Dees. Nena 10 244. 101 Del Castillo. Felista 12 291. 125, 124 Delk. Bud 12 312. 110. 89, 104. 132, 129. 103,102.90,94, 156,140. 49. 336, 330. 14.291, 339 Delk. Renee 11 110. 89. 279. 262. 102 Delo. Jatlice 12 291. 114. 102 Dells, Mona I0 244 Dennie, Robert 9 227, 68 Dennis, Bill 10 244 Determan. Brian 10 244, 88 Dewberry. Sheila 11 262 Diaz, Terrie 12 291. 338 Dickerson, Randy 11 262 Diegel, Chris 9 227. 190, 163 Diffee, Patricia 12 292, 125, 124 Diggs, Elbert 12 292, 114 Ditmars, Lisa 10 244 Dixon, David 11 262, 147, 351 Dixon, Gloria 11 68 Dodd, Randy I2 292, 296, 42, 41, 68, 69 Dollgener, Beverly 11 63, 262, 65. 102 Dollgener, Kim 9 227, 65. 99 Donahue.James 12 292, 128 Donaldson, Dixie 9 227, 139 Donaldson, Donald 12 292 Donaldson. Frank 10 244 Dorman. Julie 10 244 Dorn, Robert 9 227, 138 Dorn, Tina ll 1 14. 262, 138 Dorrough, Melinda 9 227, 65 Douthit, Kevin ll 93, 263. 97. 112. 360 Draughon, Rickey 9 227 Dreer. Nancy 10 10, 92. 69. 102, 141, 240. 244 Duckett. Leslie ll 263 Dudik. Deborah 12 125, 124 Dullenty, Dale 9 132. 227 Dunagan. David 12 94, 149, 144, 156. 284. 292, 288, 313. 148. 95. 258 Duncan, Renee 10 245. 182. 101 Dunn. Linda 11 123, 122 Dunn, Scott 9 227. 66, 68 DuPree, Brenda ll 105 DuPree. Gayle 11 40. 109. 66. 68, 69. 278. 263 DuPree. Kathy I2 296. 114. 117 Duran. Rita 12 28. 87. 86. 39. 324. 132, 26 Durham. Angela 12 292.114.102,116 Durretl, Sandra I2 292, 125. 124 E Eastep, Kyle I2 292 Elery, Phillip 12 41. 16. 292. 64, 104, 102, 52, 106.107.177.46 Elery. Tonya 12 292. 114, 102 Ellason. Leslie 9 227, 65. 99 Elliott. Glen 12 292 Elliott. Kim 12 293, 114. 144, 54. 319. 328 Ellis. Herby ll 263. 178 Ellis. Joe 12 293 . Ellis, Sheri 9 227.65 Ellison. Kentry 9 228 Emberlin. Keith 12 5. 293, 296. 42. 104. 102, 68. 69.97. 106. 8, 332. 320 Embrey. Teresa 9 228,65,99. 128 Encinia. Norma 9 228. 65 England, Debra 12 105 Eskridge, Reagan 11 8, 40. 271. 69. 263 Esner, Brian 10 245 Esginoza, Sylvia 9 22 Evans, Frank 10 245, 178 F Fain. Dewaina 12 293, 89, 131, 130 Fair, Rhonda 12 293, 87, 86, 132,39 Falgout, Thomas 11 263 Farley, Cathy ll 263 Farr, Joy 12 293, 114, 132 Farrens, Pamela 9 228 Faure, Ralph 9 228, 134, 138 Ferguson, Sheri 1 1 263 Ferguson, Vickie ll 127,263 Few, Earl 10 245 Few, Vickie 12 293, 260 Fewell, Scott 10 245 Fields, Rodney 9 172.163, 192.193 Fink, Michelle 9 228 Fisher, Michael 10 245, 28 Fisher. Rae 9 228 Fite, Sherry ll 164. 175, 263. 180,195,174 Flick, Kenneth 9 228 Flores, Betty 10 245 Flores. Debra 10 245 Flores. Ynes ll 263, 121 Flowers. Clistie 11 263 Floyd, Mike 11 109, 279, 97, 360. 263, 147 Floyd, Renae 9 228, 99. 65 Forbus, Phillip 9 228, 163 Ford. Rosal n 12 148. 137, 1122 92, 93, 293 Fordyce. Chris 9 228 Fort, Darrell 10 245 Foster, Anna 12 293, 146, 125, 124.320 Foster. Greg 11 264 Foster, Katherine ll 127, 264 Fowler. Chris 9 228, 163 Fowler, Lorri 9 143. 93, 228, 65. 224, 361 Fowler. Robert ll 109,264 Franklin, Dian 12 66.68 Franklin. Mary 9 228.65 Franks, Tammy 12 293, 128 Frasier, Monty 12 293 Frazier. Anita 11 264. 88 Frazier. Carol 12 93, 113.l16. 137 Frazier. Donna 1 1 264. 31. 137. 139 Frazier, Timmy 9 228 Freeman. Helen 10 243, 245. 113. 116, 105 Freeman. James 9 228 Freeman. Loretta 11 25, 70. 72, 110. 89,264,269 147, 216 Freeman, Rita 12 295, 293 Friday, Geraldine 10 245, 117 Frosch, Mike 12 293.160,l56.146 Fryar, Curt 12 3.157.316. 78. 82,290,293 s9. 104. 37, 103. 102,95.94I 325, 334. 349, 336.331, 328 Fryar. Laurie 10 245, 101 Fuller, Jana 9 182, 228 Fuller. Mike 9 228. 163 Fultz, Chris 10 245, 138 G Gabriel, Regina 12 287, 294. 316. 70, 73, 74. 115, 148 Gamble, Arnold 9 228, 235 Garcia, Alice 10 245 Garcia, Betty 9 228 Garcia, Jimmy 10 245, 53, 192 Garcia, Jose 12 294, 143, 93, 89, 148, 132. 129, 112, 94, 54, 320. 316. 142 Garcia, Lori ll 127, 53 Garcia, Margie 10 245, 53, 137 Garcia, Maria ll 93 Gardener, Donnie 10 245, 190 Gamer, Patricia 12 1 14 Gaston, Onita 10 245, 132, 105 Gaskey, Lindell 9 228 Gaylord, Yvette 12 12, 294,41, 110, 144, 332 Geraldon, Laura 9 228 Geron, Dona 10 245, 89, 182, 183, 101 Gibson, Wayne 1 1 89, 264 Gilbreath, Bobby 9 228 Gilbreath, Steven 1 1 108, 183,264 Gill, Jeff 11 264, 278, 209, 191 Gill, Todd 10 245, 178 Gillespie, Danny 11 264, 43 Gilliam, Beth 11 9, 25. 70, 72, 89, 264. 112, 147 Gilliam, John 9 190, 163, 228 Gilliam, Ronald 11 264 Gloria, Willie 11 264, 184, 189 G1osson,Gladis 11 127, 264. 137 Glover, Jerr 12 294,317,l581156 Goins, Gary 9 229 Gooch, Arrilld 9 65, 53. 136 Gooding. Brian 12 294, 182, 146 Gooding, Will 9 229 Goodman, Keith 11 264, 95, 105, 44 Goodman, Sheri 11 127, 264 Goodman, Steve ll 265, 128 Goss, Darla 1 1 63, 271, 265, 65, 97, 112, 118, 362 Gough. Susan 1 1 265 Graham. Charmion 10 245, 101. 136 Graham. Donna 12 294,93, 164, 132, 165. 176. 38, 180, 174, 329 Granberry. Jeff 11 265, 191 Granberry. Jill 9 228, 89, 65, 99 Granberry. Larry 11 265 Grant, Karin 10 246, 83. 84, 89, 257.101 Gray, Tammy 12 294. 123 Green. Angela 11 127, 265 Green, Charles 10 246 Green, Delores 9 229 Green, Dennis 9 229. 30. 137 Green, Donald 10 246 Green, Eric 9 229 Green. Monty 11 265 Greer, Darryl I0 246. 88 Greer, Vickey 12 15, 294, 93, 92. 102, 103. 116, 1 12 Gregory,Jayne 12 294,4l, 102,106,146 Grice, Milinda 9 229, 65, 99 Grice, Tammy 11 63, 279.265, 65. 102 Griflis, Gail 12 89, 148, 146 Griggs, Ericka 10 65 Griggs, Shari 12 294, 114. 132 Grimmett, John 10 5, 246 Grimmett, Tina ll 102, 127, 89, 265, 57 Grounds, Kara 12 294 Grounds, Kevin 10 9, 246, 190 Gudino. Belinda 11 70. 127, 279, 53 Gudino. Linda 12 295, 127 Gunn, Cindy I2 295, 183, 1 14 Gunstanson, Kenneth ll 265 Gustafson, Steven 9 26. 229, 141 Guthrie. Edith 10 246 Guthrie, Kenneth 11 265 Guthrie, Mike 12 295, 128 Guthrie. Norma 9 229 Gutierrez. Perla 10 246 Guyton, Monica 10 246, 173 Guzman, Paul 9 229 H Haddock, Teresa ll 115, 265 Hadnot, Therwanda 9 229 Hager, Kevin 12 295, 128 Haggerty, Frank 10 246,9.93, 111, 172,37, 117. 156 Haggerty, Stan 12 295, 93, 94, 160, 156. 334. 132 Hagood, Tammy 10 246 Hale, Kathryn 9 88,229 Hale, Sandra 12 89. 125, 124 Hale, Sheila 11 265,229 Hall, Arthur 9 229 Hall, Dennis 10 246 Hall. Kenneth 11 275 Hall. Russell 9 172 Ham, Mike 12 5,16,295,316,143,-41.89. 104, 69, 52. 97, 106. 107. 142, 354. 156. 146,47,48. 49. 324.334, 12 Hamill, Becky 9 229, 69 Hamilton. Denise 12 295,110,148.l44, 125 Hamilton, Sharon 10 246. 93, 101 Hamilton, Stacy 10 246, 64, 65 Hancock. Dawn ll 265 Handsome. Tracey 12 295. 93 Hanes. David 12 295, 265. 95. 45, 105 Hansard, Kane 10 246. 89. 257 Hanson. John 10 246 Harden. Ricky 10 246 Hardy, JoAnn 9 143, 230, 65, 99. 100.229 Hardy, John 9 229 Hardy. Ricky 9 229 Hargrove. Carl 12 295, 94. 130,341 Hargrove, Jeff 12 295,114,132,158,156 Harkness, Carol 12 295, 148, 112, 146,325,320 151, 152 Harris. Felicia 12 296,317.l13,114,102, 144 46 Harris, Kevin 12 296, 130 Harris. Linda 12 296, 144 Harris. Patti 9 229 Harris. Robbie 12 11, 78, 82, 296, 316, 89, 36. 37. 113, 148, 129,94, 56. 349, 326, 341 Harrison,Jeane 12 296, 317, 70, 73. 75. 89, 148. 1 12, 336 Harrison, Lorie 11 265, 130 Harrison, Melody 12 296 Harrison, Randy 10 246. 129, 68, 54, 192. 193 Hart, Kim 9 229. 66 Hart, Mary 10 246, 117 Harvell, Thomas 12 296 Hathcock. Cindy 9 141, 229, 65 Hatter, Cliff 12 1 14 Hatzenbuehler, Sheri 9 229. 65, 99, 51 Hawkins. Gena 12 ll, 17, 23. 78. 79. 81. 285. 296. 298. 317, 143, 148, 103. 102. 146, 334, 330 Hawkins, Mary Ann 12 86. 28, 87.86, 132,39 Hawkins, Randa ll 70, 72, 89, 265, 102 Hawthorne, Laura ll 130 Hays, Wilma ll 1 15.265 Hein. Tammy 9 229 Henderson, Ezekiel 10 246, 116 Henderson, Jimmy 10 246 Henderson, Tony 10 246, 182 Hendryx, Robin 12 296. 125, 124 Henley, Marvin 9 229 Hennington, Beverly 10 247 Herd. Michael 1 1 265 Hernandez, Carmella 9 229. 65, 105,44 Hernandez, Francis 12 296. 64, 65 Hernandez, Jerry 9 229, 190, 163 Hernandez. Karen 11 265 Hernandez, Tony 9 230 Herod. Psyche 11 132, 265 Herring, Marcus 1 1 17, 247, 255, 257, 102 Hesson, Chuck 12 15, 5. 296, 26, 29, 310. 27. 40. 41. 67, 66. 68, 69. 52. 106. 107. 140, 146, 54. 329 Hickman, Rudy 12 296, 93, 166, 167, 334 Hicks. Yenetta 10 139 Higgins, Margie 12 296. 127. 102 Higgins, Michael 10 172, 156 Hilburn, Cindy 9 230, 65.69 Hill, Bill 10 247. 141 Hill. Sabrenda I2 6. 115. 114. 123, 122, 54 Hil1,Tonya 12 114. 117 Hobbs. Doug 12 3. 10. 157, 297, 37.112, 94, 156, 327 Hobbs. Tawanna 9 230. 116 Hogeland. James 9 230 Hogue. Holly 12 297 Holbrook, James 9 230 Holcomb, David 11 88. 266 Holeman, Duane 10 136 365 Holland, Jamie 12 296, 148, 112. 149 Hollaway. Chester 12 297, 115 Hollins, Michael 9 230 Honeycutt, Michelle 9 132, 88, 39,230 Hooker, Julia 10 247 Hooker, Lisa 11 266, 127 Hopkins, Felicia 12 297 Hopkins, Tana 11 266, 102, 116 Hou t, Dan 12 P 10, 297, 21, 93. 95. 158, 156. 325 Houpt, Deena 10 247, 64, 65, 220, 350 Houston, Marsha 12 291, 297, 70, 73, 75, 110, 89 148, 132,145, 141 Howard, Damon 12 297, 274, 266, 105, 45 Jenkins, Ronnie 10 247 Jenkins, Rubin 10 8, 247,159,160,l56 Jenkins, Sharon 12 298, 90, 146. 126. 124, 54 Jenkins,'Shei1a 9 139 Jett, Steve 9 230 Jetton. Jeff 12 299 Jctton. Terry 10 247 Jimenez, Adolfo 12 299 Jimenez, Jose I2 299 Jimenez, Roumaldo 9 230, 137 Jock, Bobby 12 299, 128 Johnson, Brenda 12 299, 302, 317, 62, 64, 65, 149, 140 297- 131 Meade, Beverly 9 Howard, 297, 266 Howard 297, 166 Howard 1 17 . 105 . Egusta 12 . 167 Howard. 230 Doug 12 Sonia 9 . Sylvia 9 Howdeshell. Anna 12 297,115 Howell, Anna 10 247 Hubacek. Mike 12 Mason. Lucrecia 11 l3l' l30 Ly les. Bobby ll Hubbard. Robin 11 115, 114, 266, 263,65 Hudgens, Gerald 10 247 Hudson, Ron 12 298 Hughes, James 11 266,91 Hughes. Lisa 10 247 Hi hes. Lisa 12 298 Hughes, Lori 11 127, 266, 147 Hullett, Sherrie 9 230, 65 Humphries, Kelli 10 247 Hutchins, Aubrey 12 298 Hutchinson, Kevin 9 230 Hux. Connie 12 298, 215, 146 A 1 Ibanez, Dante 9 179, 139 Ingram, Steve 12 298 J Jackson, Chris 9 230 Jackson. Judy 9 230 Jackson, Phyllis 10 247, 89, 132, 180 Jackson, Tim 10 247 Jackson, Tina 11 266.230, 123. 30, 122 Jackson, Tony 10 247.l58,160,156 Jacobs, Mark 12 298 Jacobs, Tina 9 88 Jacobs, Velma 12 10, 298. 69, 102, 351 Jaggers. Cindy 10 247, 93 James, Rita 9 230 Jeffcoat, Paula 9 230, 65, 99 Jefferson, Beatrice 12 22, 298, 38, 125, 124 Jefferson, Debra 9 230 Jefferson. Mickey 121 298,339 Jefferson, Mike 9 163, 194, 192, 193 Jenkins, David 12 298, 66, 68 Jenkins, David 9 230 Jenkins. Ken 12 298, 19,55 366 Johnson, 299, 143, Johnson. 231 Byron 12 109 Byron 9 Johnson, Craig ll 156 168, 266, Johnson, 299, 278, Johnson. 299, 123, Dorothy 12 44 Francine 12 122 Johnson, Jay 9 222, 172, 163 37.231, 184. 186, Johnson, Kenneth 11 266, 156 Johnson, Kevin 1 1 266 Johnson, Laurie 11 8, 70, 72, 89, 279, 266, 177. 112. 147, 59 Johnson, Laurie 12 9, 20, 21, 24, 299, 317, 70, 71. 73, 76, 42, 93, 89, 34, 35 92, 37, 148, 132, 1 12, 149, 141, 146, 334, 326 Johnson, Lisa 11 266 Johnson, Michael 9 231 Johnson, Michael 11 266, 66, 68, 69 Johnson, Norma 10 247 Johnson, Pam 10 247, 64, 101, 65 Johnson, Rita 10 247, 83, 84, 93, 116 Johnson, Rosalind 9 173,231 Johnson, Roy 11 131 Johnson, 299 Sandra 12 Johnson, Tammy 12 299, 114 Johnson, Trina 10 64, 65 Johnson, William 9 231 Johnson, Zeb 10 156 247, 250. Johnston, Alisa 12 299, 143, 114 Johnston, Mike 9 163 Johnston, Monty 10 247 Jones, Charles 11 266 Jones. Edward 10 248, 172,113,117 Jones, John 9 231 Jones, Kelly 9 231,184,186,163 Jones, Ken 12 300, 145. 118 Jones. Linda 11 63, 266, 65, 55 Jones, Lora 9 231 Jones, Ricky 9 231 Jones, Scotty 12 300,114,184,187,188 Jones, Tina 10 248 Jones. Yolanda 12 300, 87, 86, 39 Jordan, Darryl I2 26, 300,27,94,19.145.140 121,15l.152,153 Jordan, Daryl 11 266 Jordan,Janis 10 0 248, 91. 120 Jurik. Gina 12 9, 11,281.300. 297. 31 1, 70. 73, 75. 110, 145, 325. 362, 153 K Karlen, Laura 10 248, 70, 72, 102, 140 Kames. Paulette 10 4 Keahey, Anne 12 300, 114 Keahey, Lori 12 300, 143, 142, 70.73, 75, 93, 89, 96, 363, 341 Keasler, Kevin 9 231 Keasler, Marcia 11 127, 89, 266, 177 Keasler, Trent ll 117, 267 Kelley, Adrea 9 108, 139 Kelley. Derrone 9 231, 172 Kelley. Reginald 9 172. 231, 163. 51 Kelley, Robert 10 248, 105 Kennedy, Kay 12 300. 117 Kent, Charles 10 248, 88 Kent. Michael 12 88, 39 Kerbow, Jose 12 300, 128 Kerbow,Juan 12 300, 53 Kerry, Randy 9 132, 231, 190 Kerry, Tammy 9 231 Key. Styrla 9 231, 65, 99 Key, Tony 12 300,316,143. 93, 89,148, 132, 94, 358. 356, 353, 56, 325, 351, 361, 328,151,152 Kidd, Bessie 10 139 Kilpatrick, Mike 10 248 King, Anthony 11 267 King. Jay 12 300 King, Terri 12 11, 78, 79, 80. 81, 294, 298, 300, 93, 114, 148. 324, 336. 321, 331 Kinman, Cathy 11 267, 102,97 Kinman, Randy 9 172, 231. 190, 163 Kirkpatrick, Tracy 1 1 115, 114. 132,267 Kirkpatrick. Wendy 9 132,231 Klimplc, Danny 11 40, 267, 67, 66, 68, 69. 147, 191 Knapp. Maureen 10 248,89 Knapp. Mike 9 231 Knippa, Rayne1l9 143,231,65,98, 100.141 Knippa. Rhonda 11 70, 72, 76, 110, 267, 102, 210 Knotts, Bentley I0 248 Kohorst, Mary 12 300 Kovacs, William 10 248, 137 Kristof. Karen 9 231, 65, 98. 100. 141, 50, 51 Kuykendall, David 11 267, 156 Kuykendall, Donna 9 231 Kuykendall, Paula 10 248,93, 118, 120 Kuykendall, Shelly ll 102, 127,267 L Laarils, Leann 12 301, 115, 117 Lackey, Lanae 12 301, 126, 124 Lacy, Bobby 12 301, 115 Lackey, Stan 10 248 Lakey, Velda 12 301, 102 Lamb, Karla 12 1 15, 1 14 Lamb, Lisa 9 231. 141 Lambert, Christy 9 231. 99 Lamont. Bubba 10 102. 104.248 Land, John 10 248 Lane. Eddie 10 248. 190 Lane. Felecia 11 164,117.165,267, 176, 195 174 Langley. Barbara 12 301, 89. 148 LaQuey, Cheryl 12 301 Larue, Sherry 9 231 Laster, Ben 10 248. 190 Laster. Eddie 12 292, 301.94, 161. 156 Lawrence, Linda 10 248 Lawson. Clint 11 89, 36, 267. 278, 94,147. 184, 186, 188, 258 Lawson,Les1ie 9 231, 190 Le. Tami 10 248, 53. 30, 141. 136 LeBlanc, Tonya 10 248, 65, 117 Lee. Anthony 12 5, 1 1, 301 Leffingwell, Amber 9 26. 27, 231. 65, 98,100. 19. 140 Leffingwell, Byron 12 301, 128 Lemmons, Brad 9 172. 190. 265, 163 Lester, Kyle 12 11. l7,285. 21, 22, 78. 82, 301.109,89. 104, 148.102, 95.94. 358. 184, 334 Lewis, Gary 10 248 Lewis, Keith 11 264 Lewis. Kenny 11 166. 168,267 Lewis, Kristy 12 30l,113.114.68.102 Lewis, Randy ll 267 Lewis, Ricky 11 232. 163 Lightfoot, Anthony 10 248 ' Lightfoot, Mary 10 274, 65, 105. 44. 45 Ligon. Doug ll 130 Lile, Billy 10 102, 100, 19, 140. 26. 104. 249, 16 Limon. Alberto 9 232 Limon, Edward 10 53. 249 Little, Rhonda 9 89. 232, 65 Litton, Gary 12 301, 128 Livingston. Troy 9 232 Long. Elvis 11 267. 122 Long,Ju1ie 12 302 ' Long, Sherri 12 302. 122, 123. 114.341 Lopez, Alicia 10 1 12 Lopez, Luis 10 249 Lovell. Caron 10 89 Lovell, Robin 10 232. 99 Loverett, Rodney 10 248 Lovern, Bonner 12 302, 166. 168, 363. 336 Lovern, Ronnie 9 172. 232. 190 Lowrey, Beverly I2 304 Luna, Armando 9 232 Lyday. James 9 232 267. 30. 156 Ly1es.Mtke 10 249 Lfynch, Letitia 11 4 . 117. 267. 66. 68. 64, 97 M Mahary, Brenda I0 249, 254, 89. 101 Mackey. Derrel19 232, 163 Mackey. Lorietta I0 1 16 Mackey. Renice I2 302 Mackey, Sandra 10 249. 1 17 Maddux.Janet 12 302, 70, 73. 75.93, 108. 35. 32, 97, 146, 89,341 Maines, Michael 9 232. 163 Malone. Adam 11 232, 30 Malone, Dee 9 232. 139 Manley, Mark I2 15. 302,4l. 89, 104, 148, 102, 66, 68, 106. 107, 43, 47, 333. 331 Marley, Melissa 12 302. 267. 105. 45.44 Marsh, Kevin 9 163 Marshall, Geoffrey 11 268. 166. 169 Marshall. Sylvia 12 302.64. 115,117.65 Martin. Amy 10 137 Martin, James 10 249.102.64. 100. 140, 104. 30 Martin. Jennifer 11 302. 268. 105,45 Martin. Kim 9 232.99 Martin. Linda 12 302, 123, 122 Martin. Rhonda 10 249. 1 17 Martin, Ronald 9 232. 190 Martin. Todd 11 9.20. 21.268, 128 Martinez. Becky 11 70. 72. 77, 133. 268. 53. 147 46, 102, 278 Martinez. Carlos 9 268 Martinez, Charlie 11 53. 191,118. 121 Martinez. Henry 10 249 Martinez. llaria 11 268 Martinez, Lonnie 9 232. 53. 179 Martinez, Martina 11 232 Martinez. Yolanda 10 249,112.180. 181 Martini, Luciana ll 232 232, 65. 98. 100. 50. 51 Massey. Dale 10 249 Mastin. Mary 11 268 Mathis, Melonie ll 1 14 Matlock, Diana 10 249, 27, 64. 65 Matthews, Amy 11 9.70, 72.268. 278, 57 Mattix. Linda 12 302. 316. 70. 73, 75.89, 34. 37, 148. 102. 52, 106.96. I4l,47.48. 107 Maurry. Belinda 10 249. 1 17, 132 Maxey. Holly 11 6, 70. 71. 72. 76. 42. 110. 268.278 Maybery. Linda 12 89.114.117.303.143.132 Mays. Wayne 10 232. 163.194. 192. 193 McCaa. Susanne 9 88, 233 McC1endon, Teresa 12 29.41.110.102.106,107, 145. 303 lV1cC1ure.Joe 9 28, 233 mcCo1lom. Rhonda 9 McCommon, Donnett 9 233. 65 McCowan. Ramona 9 233 McCoy.A1atna ll 15, 89.279, 268. 102, 112.46 McCoy. Dennis 10 249. 139 McCoy. Trinnetta 9 65 McCulloch. Angie 9 233.65 McCullough, Steven 9 233 McDaniel, Debbie I2 17. 42. 93, 89. 102. 141.303 McDonald. Brent 10 249. 8 McDowell. Gary 10 249, 172 McFerrin. Janet 12 303. 93. 127,109 McCahey, Nelda I1 268 McGahey, Renee 9 89. 117, 233,65 McGahey, Yvonne 1 1 127, 89, 97 McGibboney, Stacy 9 233, 65, 99 McGowan,Tami ll 1 10, 268 McGuf1ey, Betsy I2 7. 17.303,41,42, 182, 148. 102, 106. 107, 144. 46. 48, 332, 321 McGuffey, Ralph ll 268 McGuire, Debra 11 268 McKanna. Pat 11 268 McKelroy. Paula 12 114, l17,132, 303 McKinney. Kevin 12 1 1. 287, 303, 304. 78, 79, 81 298, 317, 40. 89, 115, 37. 148. 69, 94. 349, 350, 330. 152 McMahan, Steve 9 233, 99. 190 McPherson. Darla 9 65 McQueen. Jeff 11 3. 269, 156 McQuinney. Jeanette 233 233,65. 180,181 Meche, Norm ll 269. I 12 Meister. Lisa ll 269, 102. 180,181 Meredith. Brian 12 303 Meredith, Kevin 9 163 Meza, Antonio 12 303, 53 Meza, Maria 10 249. 53. 180,181 Milam, Kayla 12 10. 303,93. 115. 114. 102, Milam. Linda 11 269 Miles, Sheila I2 303. 93. 68, 324 148, 132. 66. 116. Miller. Alan 11 89. 132 Miller. David 11 67 Miller, Gary 9 233 Miller. James 9 914, 192. 193 Miller, Melanie 10 249. 89 Miller, Roy 10 249, 37 Milliman. Peggy 12 303 Mills, Michelle ll 269. 1 18 Mills, Mitchell 10 249. 118 Mirus, Carl 12 304, 148 Miskell, 233, 65 Ke1ley9 Mitchell. Brian 12 130 304,131 Mitchell, Ernest 9 233 Mitchell, Ray Il 269 Mitchell 233 . Susan 9 Mitchell, Wayne 9 132. 98 Mize, M 89, 269. ike ll 156 Mojica. Anna 10 250 Mojtca, Yolanda 10 250 Mokry. Joyce 9 65 Molina.Ade1a 10 101.250, 112 Molina, lnes 11 269 Molina, Luis 12 304 Money. Greg I2 9, 21,304. 166. 169.94. 149 145, 156. 184. 186. 187, 188 189, 284, 334. 329. 339 Montalvo. Juan 9 136. 132. 233. 134 flygontalvo. Mayra 10 Moore. Bohhie 11 182. 1 14, 269 Moore, Candy 9 233 Moore, David 10 . 250, 37 Moore, Debbie 12 304. 114 Moore, Gary 12 94 Moore, Harold 12 304. 114, 128 Moore, Kathy 10 244. 90, 250 Moore. Lauren 10 65, 250. 64, 116 Moore. Nelda I2 304, 126, 124 Moore, Randy 12 304, 110, 89, 90. 91. 146' Moore, Sherri 12 304, 308, 70, 73, 75, 93, 110, 89. 148. 102, 146. 336 Moore. Stanley 10 250.257 Moreland. Rebecca I 1 269. 136 Moreno, Coleen 12 304. 132 Morgan. Tina ll 70, 72.34, 92, 269, 102,278 57 Morris. Lee 9 233 Morris. Patty ll 143. 70, 72, 89. 35, 37, 279, 269, 97. 112. 147 Morris, Rhonda 12 304. 40, 67. 69, 146, 126 Morrison, Wesley' 10 250. 132 Morrow. Robert 11 269 Moser. Roger 11 269 Moss, David 9 233, 194, 192, 193.163 Motyka, Elizabeth 9 233 Mudgett..1u1ie 10 250. 116 Murley. Phyllis 11 269 Murphee. Mike 9 93,233.190,163 Murphy, Kathleen 9 89, 233. 65, 99. 140, 50. 19 Murr, Lynett 12 123. 122 Murray. Troy 9 233 Murry, Pamela 9 233. 65. 99 Murry. Sharron 10 250, 117 Musick, Michelle 9 113, 65, 233,116 Mynar, Lisa 9 234, 65, 99 N Nealy, Chris 12 11, 304. 78.79. 80, 298. 317 41. 331 Nealy. Vincent 11 207, 317. 166. 132 Neff. Tammy 9 234.65 Nelson, Carol 9 65.99 Newhouse, Belinda 12 304. 93.92, 117,148.97 Newsom,Jennifer 10 250, 143, 64,101.65. 97.57 Neyste1,Dwain 11 270 Nicholas, Donald 11 270 Nichols, Lisa 10 250 Nichols. Penny 9 65, 128 Nichols. Tanya 10 250 Nicks, Ynetta ll 270 Nixon. Janie 11 270, 263 Nobles. Toura 9 172, 234. 163. 194. 192, 193 Norrell. Mark 9 234 Nunez. Maria 10 O O'Donley. Sherri 9 117. 234. 65 Oehlschlaeger, Laurie I0 250.89,117, 101 Ogles. John 10 250 ,250 Ogles. Margaret 12 304 Oliver, Chris 10 250 Oliver, Donna 9 65 Orren. Crystal 9 234 Oringderff. Todd 11 8, 89, 270, 69 Orsborn,Julia 12 305.88 Overton, Daphne 12 305 Overton, Kerry 1 1 109, 1 15,270 Owens. Butch 12 104. 102 Owens, Clarence 9 234 Owen, Rickey 12 305, 128 P Page. Gwen 11 116 Page. Laura 12 305 Page. Sherry 9 132. 234. 65 Page, Tammy 11 13, 110, 89. 279. 270. 147. 43.324 Palmer, Rhonda 10 250 Pannell, Kellie 9 65 Pannell. Robert 12 305, 130 Parker, Anthony 12 305, 1 14 Parker, Dean 9 234, 138. 108 Parker, Janie 12 305. 126, 124 Parker, Susan 9 89, 234,99 Parks. David 11 270 Parks, Jennifer 12 305. 110, 102, 103. 106. 145, 140, 321, 331 Parks, Margaret 11 127, 270 Parsley, Marsha 9 234, 65 Paschall, Bret ll 270. 349 Paschall, Scott 12 305,38,161. 156 Pate. James 9 234 Patt. Loria 9 65, 195 Patt. Mylend I1 113, 114.270 Patt. Roy 9 234, 136 Patterson. Joel 9 234, 139 Patterson. Keri 9 234. 65 Pattillo. Greg I1 27.41,40. 109. 104.270,102. 66, 68, 69, 39, 106, 107, 278. 140, 43. 47, 56. 351 Patton. Tina 9 65 Payne. Julia 10 250, 83, 85.89, 257. 101 Payne, Kelly 10 250. 115 Payne. Wanda 10 9. 25, 251. 89. 101 Payton,Jessie 12 305 Pearson. Patrick 1 1 270, 139, 105 Penn, Andrea 9 234. 65 Penn, Jay I 1 104. 270. 102. 278, 94 Pennington, Arthur 12 305. 129. 336 Perez. Adelita 10 39 Perez, Benny 9 234 Perez, Cindy 9 93. 234, 65 Perez, Daniel 10 251 Perez, Reynaldo 11 270. 278 Perez. Rodrick 10 251, 191 Perkins. Brenda ll 1 17 Perry, Kelley 10 251, 101 Peters, Duane 10 251. 156, 192 Pettnohn, Kenny 11 341 Phillips. Dale 12 305. 149. 134, 145. 134. 138. 55 Pierce. Bobby 9 234 Pierce. Cindie 10 251,67. 19. 140. 57 Pierce. Thomas 11 271 Pineda, Margaret 9 25. 36.65. 234.99. 224 Ptnltham. Karen 12 306. 115 Pinson. Tim 9 234 Pipins. Nancy 11 127,271. 102. 141 Pipkins. Alan 10 251 Pitts, Bobby 10 251. 141.360 Pttts,Jinx 12 306, 70, 73, 75. 1 14. 132. 102, 220 Pogue. Stephen 12 306. 271. 105 Po11t.l.tnda 11 271 Polk. Robert 12 1 I5 Pontley. Fred 10 251 Pope. Constance 9 234 Pope. Graylon 10 131 Pope. Ronnie 9 234 Poston, Becky I0 251. 132. 88 Poston. Jenny 11 271 Poston. Sandra 12 317. 131. 130. 363. 341 Potter. Kevin 10 251 Pounds. G, A. 12 306, 317. 89 Powell. Chris 9 179 Powell, Marcus 12 306. 116, 1 12. 94. 38. 324. 334 Powell. Margo I0 251. 9, 23. 25. 245, 70. 72. 37.261 Powell. Michael 9 234 Presley. Mark 10 251. 192. 193 Price, Carole 10 251. 1 16 Price, Marsha 12 11. 285. 20. 21. 78. 79, 81. 24, 306, 316. 89. 37. 148. 132. 97. 112. 96. 146. 325. 333. 348. 321. 327. 151, 152. 153 Price. Monty' I2 306 Prince. Billy 9 234 Prince. Broderick 9 234 Prince. Johnanna 10 251. 93 Prince. William 9 235 Pullen. Steve 11 8, 109, 271. 66. 68.141 Purscr. Kenneth 9 235 Puyear. Sammy 10 251 R Radford. Shirley 10 136 Radney. Steve 11 17. 166. 169. 104.37. 279. 271. 102. 112. 94. 147, 184. 189. 57 Ragan, Sheila 11 127. 271 Rakestraw. lieth 11 279. 271, 66. 68, 69. 97. 147 Ramey. Curtis 12 306. 102. 156. 331. 340 Ramey. Janice 10 251 Ramirez. Augustin 11 271. 53. 147 Ramirez. Gabriel 9 235. 94. 163 Ramirez. Juanita 9 108. 235 Ramirez. Margartto 12 306. 53 Ramirez. Mark 12 306 Ramirez. Rosa 12 306. 126, 124 Ramirez. Yvonne 12 307. 89. 114. 148. 132, 56.93 Ramos. Janie 12 307 Ramsey. Ralph 10 89. 36. 257. 251. 118. 240 Ramsey, Ronnie 9 36. 235. 93. 224. 163 Randell. Cynthia 9 65 Randell. Diane 9 235. 105. 65, 99 Randle. Brtdgett 11 271 Raney.Nea1lll 156 Rangel. John 10 251 Rangel. Phillip 12 307 Rangel. Steve 9 132. 235 Rawlins, Brian 11 271 Rawlins. Kerrick 9 235 Rawlins. Kristi 12 307 Ray burn, Ginger 11 271. 102 Record. Billy 12 307. 93. 132. 94. 156 Record. James 9 235 Record. Kenneth 11 271. 55 Record. Stacy 10 251, 93 Redmond. Robert 11 271 Recd.C1tff 12 307.1l2.94,146.192.193 Reed. Donna 9 235 Reed. Linda 9 183. 235. 65.98. 100. 51 Reed. Michael 9 163 Reed, Robin 10 251 Reed. Susan Il 279. 272, 147 Reese. Barbara 1 1 272 Reid. Alan 10 251 Renfro. Mark 10 252, 102 Renfrow. Rene 9 235 Reyna. Faye 11 115. 180. 181 Reynolds. Carolyn 12 1 16 Reynolds. Ronnie 12 155. 122 Reynosa. Leon 9 235. 53 Rey nose. Lilly 10 53 Rhea. Cathy 12 307. 70.73. 89 Rhea. Rhonda 10 252. 70. 72, 77. 110. 247, 89. 37. 261. 101. 360 Richard. Yolanda 11 272 Richards. Bessie 9 235. 139 Richardson. Eddie 10 252. 93 Richardson, Johnny ll 272 Richardson. Vickie 9 235 Richmond. Raymond 9 235. 136 Rios. Tammy 9 235. 195 Ritchie. Lesta ll 272 Roberson. Ceandra 12 309 Roberts. Bennie 11 272. 93. 88 Roberts, Cindy 10 252 Roberts. Deirdre 12 286. 133.148. 126, 124. 318, 321.326.112. 144 Roberts. Lisa 9 235,65 Roberts. Russell 9 235. 139 Robertson, Charles 10 104. 102 Robinson. Allen 11 89, 272. 17 Rochelle. Darren 10 252. 95. 105 Rodri uez. Dolores 10 252. 83. 85. 89. 257. 101. 180. 181. 140 Rodriguez. John 12 309. 301. 26. 27. 40, 42. 66. 69. 140. 325, 362 Roe. David 11 272 Roe. Mary 10 252 Rogers.Bec1ty 10 252. 83.84. 85. 133. 152. 153 Rogers. Danny 10 252 Rolison. Thomas 1 1 272. 128 Ross.Genell9 235 Ross. Janice ll 113. 114.272 Rotramel, Marsha 10 101 Rowan. Shirley 10 252. 65 Rusher. Patrice 11 272 Russell. Barry 9 136 Russell.Carolyn 12 309. 114. 116 Russell. Pau19 235. 163 Russell, Renee 11 60.70, 72.77. 93.89. 132. 272 Russell. Shannon 11 272 Russellflerry 10 252. 159. 156 Russell, Todd 11 92. 177 Ruztcka. Zena ll 92. 272. 68. 147, 55. 258 S Salazar. Sylvia 9 235, 65 Samano. Adda 11 272 Samano. Miquel 9 235 Samples. James 10 252 Sanders. Gordon 11 110. 104.272, 102, 278, 94 Sanders. Kim I1 164, 165. 272. 176. 180, 174. 181 Sanders. Leslie 10 252 Sanderson. April 9 235. 65.98 Sanderson. Tommy 9 236 Sands. Jeffery 12 309 Sands. Yvette I0 252. 1 16 Sappington. Garry 11 93. 272 Sapundjteff. Steve ll 272. 278 Sarratt. Anita 9 99 Satterwhttc. Gary 12 308, 310. 40.41. 42. 104. 103, 102.69.68. 106. 107. 145, 322. 331 Saucedo, Javier I 1 273. 53. 179 Saucedo, Rodolfo 1 1 130 Saucedo, Sergio 9 236. 179 Saucier.M1chel1e 12 26. 308. 93, 19. 140 Schmidth. Scott 10 252. 177 Schupbach. Ktmber1y'9 236 Scoggtns. Lysa 12 308.3l6.93.89.114.117. 1 12. 216 Scott. By ron ll 273 Scott. Cindy 10 252. 247. 143. 70. 72. 77. 111, 110. 89261. 257, 101. 96. 325 Scott.Jef1' 11 104. 273. 102 Scott. Michael ll 172 Scott. Paul 12 308. 3. 166. 169. 94. 158. l6l.15o,l88.184, 146,331 Scott, Ronald 9 236 Scribner. Keith 12 308 Sea1y,Janis12 114 1 Selby. Donna 11 127. 273 Self. Susan 9 25. 143. 89. 37. 69. 234. 236. 68. 224 Sellers. Vinson 9 236 Selman. Janna 12 308, 123. 122 Sexton. Doug 10 104, 102, 100.252 Shaffen. Daniel 11 273. 128 Shaw. Morgana 12 308. 143. 334 Shaw. Robert 10 252, 110. 89. 104. 102. 90,91 Shead. Tonya 9 236 Shcrrell. Steve I2 11.308, 31 1. 78, 82. 289. 309. 26. 27. 148. 97, 112. 94. 149. 19. 144, 140. 55. 318. 332. 360. 322. 326 Sherrow, Fred 12 130 Sherrow. Maggie 1 1 273 Shtndoll. Mark 10 252. 172 Shreves, Shawn 12 ' 26.308, 109, 67. 68, 94. 140 Shumaker.John 11 4.41, 104, 273. 102. 52. 106, 107. 194. 47. 48.49, 192, 193 Stgman. Kenneth 9 236 Stkes. Kerrie 9 236. 65 Si1va,Jesse 11 273, 66.68.69 Silva, Nick 12 28. 308. 66. 68. 69. 39. 19. 145, 140. 322.331 Simmons. Anita 9 236,65.98. 100, 141,50 Simmons. Annete 9 236.65.98. 100. 141. 50 Simmons. Craig10 252. 172 Simmons, Kelly 10 252. 105.44 Simons, Shelly 12 308. 70.73. 75. 33, 102. 140. 341 Sims. Deanna 10 253. 101 Singleton. Mary Il 273 Singleton, Pamela 10 253, 132 Singleton. Willie I1 273 Sirls. Cheryl 10 253. 101. 195. 136 Sissom. Mark 11 308. 273, 95. 105 Sistrunk. Denise 9 65 Skaer. Erick I0 253 Skaer, Gretchen 11 70. 72. 37. 261. 268 Skinner. Brian 9 236 Slaughter. Peggy Il 273, 141 Slayden. Pam 11 70. 72. 89. 37.273 Sloan. Pam 12 309 Small. Christina 10 253 Small. Vickie 10 253 Sma1l,Virgtna 12 309. 281. 97 Smith, Christina I0 95 Smith, David 12 309 Stnith. Deirdre 9 236.65.98. 100, 19. 140.51 Smith. Diana I1 70.72. 261. 132. 273. 1 16 Smith. Marsha 12 182, 309 Smith. Mary 10 253 Smith. Phillip 12 26. 31 1, 309. 27. 41, 64, 104. 102. 106. 107.19. 140.55 Smith. Raymond 12 3. ll. 16. 285. 78. 82. 309. 183. 104. 102. 144. 140.332, 333. 322, 327 Smith. Robert 12 309. 89. 94. 156 Smith, Russell 12 309. 109 Smith, Teri 11 70. 72, 41, 89, 35, 274. 279. 102. 106. 107.177, 112. 147. 47. 48, 49 367 Smith, Terrance 9 236, 163, 192 Smith, Tracy 9 236 Smith, Troy 9 236 Smith, Wendel 10 253 Snead, laura 10 253, 64, 65 Snead, Sandra 12 4, 3, 309, 89,215, 118, 55 Sontany, Sherry I I 274 Sosa, Annetta II 274, 112 Sosebee, Patricia I0 253 South, James 12 309 S ncer, Sandra 9 153 Squires, Kim 9 2.36. 65 Stallcup, Keith 253 Stanfeild, Misti 12 309, 70, 73, 76, 148, 103. 107. 43 Stanford, Reginald 10 253 Starrett, Debbie 12 15, 309, I43, 89, 114, 103, 102, 68 Staton, Sheila 9 2.36, 65 Steele, Darla I0 253 Steele, Marilin 9 B6 Steele, Michelle 11 28, 87, 86, 274, 132, 39 Stegall, Anthony 10 253 Stein, Leah II 92, 115, 274, 112 Stepanski, Sh I I 274, 95, 105, 43-ry Stephens. April 9 143, 100 Stephens, Rhonda 10 253 Stewart, Byron I I 274 Stitham, Robin 12 309 Stone, Scott I0 253, 94, 190 Story, Ricky ll 274, 117,94 Stracner, Dori I2 309, 70, 77, 89 Strange, Thomas ll 9, 89, 274 Stratton, Charles 12 310, 109, 363 Stratton, Darrell I0 253 Stratton, Scott I0 253 Stringer, Jcssy 12 310, 130 Stuart, Bruce 10 253, 136, 191 Stuart., John 9 31,236 Sturdevanl. Carolyn 9 89, 236, 65 Sullivan, Joe Il 26, 89. 274, 66, 68, 69. 112, I9, 147, 140 Sumrow, Kevin I 1 114,94, 184, 188. 189 Sutton, David 9 236, 67, 68 Sweat, Kevin I1 274 Sweet, Brian I2 13, 310, 89, 128, 210. 43, 324 Sweet, Kevin I0 253 Swindle, Linda 12 310, 70, 77, 93, 89, 148 T Tabor. Doug I0 253 Talley. George 10 253 Tamcz. Lupe 9 173, 236, 65, 53, 195 Tanner, Roby 10 177 Tate, Brian 12 310, 274, 105, 45 Tatum, Cheryl 12 310, 93, II4, 148. 116, 180. 145.181, 55, 322 Tatum, Sheri 12 310. 30, 31.136, 126,124 368 Tatum, Todd I0 254. 192, 193 Taylor, Debra 10 254 Taylor, Grover 10 254, 116, 53, 134 Taylor, Leslie 9 236 Taylor, Tunisunia ll 164,1l5,274,1I4,165,I76 174 Taylor, William I0 254, 238 Teel, Sharon 9 236, 65, I77 Templin. Cathy 9 236, I32 Terry. Sonya I0 138 Thomas, Becky 10 254, 143, 64, 132, l0I,65. 240 Thomas, Jerry 9 237 Thomas. Johnnie ll 274 Thomas. Joni I0 101 Thomas, Lynell 9 236, 66, 68 Thomas, Mark 9 236 Thomas, Richard 10 254 Thomas, Susan I2 29,295,310,3ll, 110.316, I48,97, 112, 146, 325, 348, 360, 362, 323, 153 Thomas, Vincent 10 172, 254, 156,58 Thompson, De'Anna 10 254 Tho , G 10 254.l913,son mo Thompson, Tim I2 310 Thompson, Troy 9 237 Thomton, Barbara 12 352, 70, 71, 73, 76, 42, 146, Tiemey, Kilena I1 108 Tierney, Michael 9 93. 1.08, 7.37, 65 Tillman, Anthony 9 237, 163 Tillman, Nicholas 12 310, 136 Timpson, Susie I0 254, 89 Todora. Cathy 12 288, 310, 70, 73. 76, 77. 89. 33, 35, 32, 102, 141, 46. 349. 330 Todoroff, Larry 9 237 Toitch, Alan 10 254 Toliver. Anita 12 311, 114,31. 137 Torres, Palmira I2 311.53,3l, 138 Tramel, Royce 10 254,91 112 Trantham, Jill 9 ll.237,65, 177.99 Trantham. Keith 1 I 130 Trantham, Julie 12 311, 148. 177, 331 Traphagan. Matt 11 274 Trejo, Sandra 12 311. 126, 124 Trent, Diane ll 6, 70, 71, 72, 76. 42, 89. 35. 275. 102 1 Tucker, Melvin 10 254 Tuley. Lloyd 12 300,3l1,317.89,104.132, l2g,95,94,331.340. 152. Tumey, Evelyn 10 254 Tumey, Lester 9 132.237, 192 Tumer. Carla 12 311, 117 Limer. Deborah 9 Tumer. Janet ll 137 Turvin, David 10 254, 191 Tutt. Terry 12 311, 132 Tyler, Sherman 12 311. 290, 93, 132, 156 Tyler, Tim 10 254 Tyson, Michelle 9 2 7 U Underbrink, Patty I2 311, 148.138, 176. 174, 145, 55. 323 Upchurch, Tammy 10 254. 65 Utley. Michael ll 275 V Vanderburg, Tina 10 254. 101 Varela. Gloria 9 237. 65 Vasqua. Orlando II 275, 161. 156 Vaughan. Mike 10 254 Vaughan. Robin 12 311, 116 Vela, Thomas I2 31 1. 94 Vidales. John 11 89, 104, 275, 102, 278, 94, 156. 184,186,189 Vinson. Andre I1 110, 173, 275, I32 Vinson. Edward 10 254 Virgil, Steven 9 30. 31. 137, 163 W Wackett. Pete 9 143, 89, 237 Wackett. Terry 1 I 15,89,275, 102, I56, 184, 187, 189 Wade. Tammie ll 275, 129 galdren, Randy 9 Waldron, Randall 9 253. 237 Waldron, Roy 1 I 275 Waldrop, Ronald I2 311, 131. 128, 130 Waldroup. Robert 12 311 Walker, Beth 1 1 110, 275, 279, 147, 361 Walker. Brad 12 31 1.40.66. 68,69 Walker. Edwin I2 312 Walker, Eric 1 l 275. 191 Walker. Greg 12 312. 340 Walker. Mark 9 237,66. 68, 140, 56, 350 Walker. Michael 12 28. 312 Walker, Michael 9 237 Walker. Mike 12 312 Walker. Melanie ll 109, 275. 68, 97, 147, 43, 258 Walker, Roy I0 254 Walker, Roy 12 312, 131, 130 Wallace. Andre 9 172. 237. 163 Wallace, Michael 1 1 275, 8 Wallace. Tim 11 275 Walton, David 9 237 Wanderscheid, Steve 12 88.145, 324. 312. 323,148 Ward. Brenda 12 312. 114 Ward. Eddie 12 14, 312, 104, 94. 336 Ward. Paula 11 127. 275 Ward. Tracy 9 237 Ware. Shannon 11 109. 275. 279, 149 Warren. Anthony I2 312 Warren, Chris 11 183 Warren, Debbie 12 312. 117 Warren, Regina 12 312, 143.70, 73, 76, 89, 115. 117 Warren. Ted 12 312, 183 Washington, Annie 9 237. 30, 31 Washington, Cathy 10 255, 1 I6 lgashington. Rickie 1 1 I 1 Watkins. Saprina 12 313, 92,132,102 Watson. Fanessa 1 1 3,115,117,132 Watson, James 9 237, 179 Watts, Tanoa 12 313, 70. 73. 76, 77, 110, 145 Weatherall. Cheri 10 255, 115 Weatherford, Teresa 9 237, 65 Webb. Alesia 11 275 Webb. Angela 9 30 Webb, Becky 12 313 Webb, Floyd 9 139 Welch, Don 12 313 Wells, Brenda 9 237,65 Wells, John 9 237. 190 Wells, Kenneth 9 98. 163. 192 Weltchek. Christie 11 263, 116 Weltchek. Sandra 10 255 Westbrook, Mark 10 255. 102 Westbrook, Thomas 1 1 276, 102 Wester, Dana I2 280, 313, 317. 143. 70, 71. 72, 76, 33, 35, 32. 148, 334, 1 2 Wheatley. Donna IO 255, 132. 101 Wheatley. James 9 237, I32,98. 100 Wheeler, Lori 9 143, 237. 65, 99 Whitaker. Randy 1 1 276 White. Julie 12 313, 115 White. Kelly 10 255, 177 Whitehead. Stacy 9 237 Whitlock, Karen 11 102. 127, 115, 276 Whitney, Tammie 12 313, 126. 124 Willard. Tim 12 313, 156 Williams. Cheryl 12 313. 115. 117 Williams, David 12 112, 94,145,194,l92, Williams. Donna 9 108 Williams, Kelli 11 276,39 Williams. Larry ll 276 Williams. Lan'y 9 238 Williams, Lisa 12 111, 110, 102, 146, 126 Williams, Mark I0 255,257 Williams. Michael 10 255, 139 Williams, Mike 9 238, 163 Williams. Mike 12 313, 37, 324 Williams, Myma 12 4, 6. 314. 123, 122 Williams. Pam 11 276 Williams. Roger 9 238 Williams, Sherrie 1 I 164, 165, 276, 154, 97, 112, 176, 180. 195. 174, 181, 147 Williams, Tammye 9 238 Williams. Tim 10 255, 118 Williams. Tracey 9 173. 238 Williams, Vita 11 114 Willis, Jimmie 12 156. 93. 314 Willis, Rogenia 1 1 276. 177 Willmon, Kevin ll 1 1 1. 276. 179 Wilson, Buck 1 1 276 Wilson, Cynthia 9 238, 65 Wilson, Donna 9 238. 65.98. 100, 51 Wilson. Glen 12 314, 109. 146 Wilson. Kim 10 255 Wilson. Pam 1 1 276, 105 Wilson, Pamela 10 255 Wilson. Ralene 10 255, 101 Windom. David 9 238 Winstead. Christina 9 238, 132 Winterbauer, Paula 10 255. 101, 140, 340 Wiser, Bryan 12 314. 128 Witt, Danny 10 255 Wolfe, Tammi 10 255, 83, 84, 85, 242 Wolter, Robert 9 66, 68 Wgod. Lori 12 1 Wood, Marty 9 238 Wood, Richard I2 314 Woodfin. Dana 10 247, 255, 70, 72, 77, 89. 36, 257, 101, 96.240, 341 Woodruff, Kay 10 249. 255, 101 Woodruff. Mark 11 276 Woods. Tony 10 255 Woodson, Ronnie I0 255 Woody, Gary 9 238 Woody. Ridgel19 238 Woolbright, Carol 12 15, 314, 7, 26, 70, 73, 76, 40,4l, 42, 110, 104, 32, 148, 103, 102. 97, 106. 107. 144, 140, 55, 46, 47. 48, 49, 325, 323. 329 Wooten, Ben'y 9 238, 177 Wooten, Diane 12 314, 89. 1 14 Wooten, Tawnya Il 89, 70. 72, 276. 102. 43 Wooten, Terry 9 236.238, 177 Word, Darlene 12 9, 288, 314, 317. 70, 73, 76, 41.34, 114, 102, 106. 107. 47, 48, 49, 57 Worley, Kelly 10 255, 101 :gr-ight, George 11 Wright, Valerie 9 238, 65 Wynn, Eric 12 15.314, 104, 102 rgynn, Malcolm 12 Wynn, Quintin 9 238 Wyrick, Yolanda 9 238 Y Youn , Ranzy 9 229, 238. 192 Youn Roxanne I1 15, 143140, 102, 67, 68, 278 112, 43, 46, 57, 258, 279 Young, Yolanda 12 9, 314, 316, 62. 97, 146. 55. 323, 65 Yates, Chris 9 238 Ybarra, Daniel 12 128 York, Tracy 10 255 Z Zieseniss, Brenda 12 314. 114. 132. 97 Zieseniss, Linda 12 314, 114 Zieseness, Mary 9 238, 139 4 al il f 1 .',f ! WM i QQ E if Qpgififvkmmi Q??fgQM A QMW . 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