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

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' Q' ,MKVQ 'V 1-mv :Agn x ,M 5 if W : 'SHME L L ggi-Q 5 .3 e bi 55? 1 o J .4 3 0 ' 1 HH fu N A In 'T -Y: ww F M M- f ,-ab, nef- 3 if 5 5,35 im 'ge 1 ,' 'L - 'N if ghfiwfrfl - : I RT as .aanau 5T'f-,fu 4. 1 at F.. v s 1 , 44 QM M :. .1 ' f.. N My , . ,,,X M , ' ' -Y --:Mmm ' ' iz 3 lsfieii i E , VKQVN L, .I ' L , 3 Q 1 'w f Wm.. Q Q V 1 The Spartan Locomotive, a trainload of spirit, transported students through this important year it of their lives. llli9lml.... Candy Moore, Michelle Honeycutt and Brette Beasley watch Donald Johnson, Floyd Macon, Kenneth Mitchell, Rodney Henley the Spartans defeat Skyline. and Kenneth Stanford are ready for Mavericks tryouts. .-. .1 Spartan Image, Bobby Flolison raises Starlets try to stay warm at the Highland Park game. Spartan spirit. " 6 Opening The varsity cheerleaders get on board the Spartan Locomotive. Lori Wheeler and Cheryl Blair get ready for second period English. Sabrina Thompson has the latest homecoming gossip for Sandra Gibson and Lara Moore. .3115 5.3-itat. 'f E .: I l .1 il wx? hi .Z Ms. Arthur and Mr. Wallace show oft their athletic skills at the Student- Faculty Volleyball Game. The parents, teachers, prin- cipals, counselors, and student leaders served as engineers and conductors, helping to lead the Spartans down the road toward fulfilling their personal achievements. Opening 7 .x .f wr f F' if "Q Q- 4 5 4 'Q N if U I C , Y W Hx . ri Q91 -"v s Q Q X, ,M ,,., 4 U, ,fy ,...m,: v M,,v"'h The Spartans have learned to proceed with caution and be prepared to stop at any signal. Throughout this long haul, a lot of freight, knowledge, has been accumulated. www: QJCTZ wusks: it mica: with it W Cllfwffw X,., N W Anita Conley hopes to find her true love through The Dating Game. S V 4,2sH,.., "5 wi -My 3.3.51 Johnny Bryant and Tracy Armstrong work on vocabulary in Ms. McCollum's English class. James Record and Frank Williams try out the new salad bar. Darcus Hawthorne and Angie Brown smile because they are 10 Opening Samuell Spartans. 5 'Q V NU! LQ' if if 5 Q 4 A A ,V ,, h 33 x KM -:W D LOUNGE ' . ,LUUNGE im Qivf' '- . . . 9. r-91' 2552 A 4 W U I ? ,ir . V' i' ' , ,if+,f2fvg+ a??'ff'E5fQ f A' xv x X233 ix' W Mi M 7 , IW - R + 53 N E K i 'H-4 0 ile Ali. W W' H w HN M A ,swim N , di ,F gr, W . a F . , Yeigl A 91 Q ' V if wif, 4' yt X 1 .f-lv -. 'iw ' fi, is 15 rw iz' :- p nu Wbr .A : EE I iff 1 - ' f 1' 155. +123 Ai., fr. ,, N' N, ti -Q if A"' E: lx,-:.v 'III I W32::g"31. , af , " ff A ff W IQ vw..-QQ Stacy Chapman and Jefi Boyd are Wildwood Boys 'S James Lyles smgs Just The Way You Are Beth Halrgrove is For Your Eyes Only af f 5 lr, Lucrecia Mason and Bill Lindley are "Hooked On Swing." The 1982-1983 Varsity Cheerleaders perform to "Flame Thrower." Student Life 17 Dale Walker has a "Whole Lotta Love." Dei Smith and Kathleen Murphy really talk it up. Johnny Bryant sings about his "Lady." lt's about time Bill McCarter brushes his Tamla Jaggers interviews actress Lisa Hoppert. 18 Student Life Brenda Williams asks if the love fits. teeth. M fi.. -K Kathleen Murphy are SamueII's Valley Girls. Karen Kristof. Mllinda Grace, Kimber Sanders. Dei Smith. r Mr. Krakosky and Mr. Shelley present Donald Brewer a certificate for the "B" honor roll while Ms. Hartwick announces the next award. Nil? Ms. Cross wishes it could be five years earlier instead of later. Deaf Present Awards The Deaf Education Depart- ment held a special awards assembly on September 15th during third period. Academic awards for the "A" and "B" honor roll from the spring semester of 1982 were given. Faculty members presented a skit to reinforce the importance of rules learned in school that will be helpful throughout the students lives. Machelle Holt, Joe Contreras and Dale Crowder really enjoy the assembly. ' 5 1 . , 1 . 3 satis B ,gr , E . tl A Wi, it 7 ..,,A Q E ' Pages-T .... ii A1 - ,. A 'HSL 1 4 Kim Mitchell receives a ribbon for "B" Ms. Tobola, Ms. Mitchell, Ms. Manikowski, and Mr. Branson present a skit about honor roll. senior privileges. Student Life 19 Students Spike . Faculty The Varsity Volleyballers challenged the faculty members to a match on Tuesday, October 26th at 2:00 p.m. The student body observed the duel. The varsity girls won the battle with scores of 15- 12, 15-4, and 15-8. The admission money was used for girls' athletics at Samuell. The varslty volleyball team checks out the faculty. get N I , t..., is - 1 The faculty volleyball team is ready for action. Ms. Martinez, Ms. Serpas, and Ms. Robertson plan their strategy l 0 a A 3 1' mm 2- K 0 " ,, 4... , v I , M, .4 RA- Wm: x 3 I . . .. . The student body watches the varsity triumph. Mr. Shelley prepares for defeat. 20 Student Life Fair Day Brings Fair Play The sun shone brightly on the Samuell Fair goers this year. Many , ,ff students spent their day playing games, visiting exhibit buildings, and looking at the new car models. Spartans also spent the day eating Fletcher's corny dogs, cotton candy, salt water taffy, Belgian waffles, and candied apples. ff: ' David Sutton and Steve Barnhart take a Darita Pool and George Welch discuss Wendy Reed can't believe somebody mod break from the rides- which way to go next. won a midway game. Samuell students are found clowning around at the Cotton Bowl. D. D. Hicks, Melinda Morris and Cindy Hammers found something interesting at the fair other than guys. Student Life 21 S partans Catch the S pi rlt The students yelled and screamed with enthusiasm dur- ing the 1982 Homecoming Pep Assembly on November the 4th. The Spartan spirit was lifted by guest speaker, Mr. Blackmon, a former Samuell faculty member. Everyone anticipated a victory over rival, H. Grady Spruce. Mr. Blackmon gets everyone fired up and ready. 22 Student Life Starlets punk out for Homecoming. U. Z . 42 P fftf..,t15,,, 3 i f elf, 1 3 'I ' Bobby Ftolison prepares to break the iunior spirit chain. Delores Green and Teresa Rawls show off their Homecoming mums. Egilzafgi ig .HQ E zu 21 : 1? was . s 'Wx 'sk n 2 SfQ 4 5, f ' S 3 ...L John Wells, Dante Ibanez, Bobby Rolison, and Ronnie Lovern watch Mr. Blackmon. t ,L li Ms. Arthur and Ms. Serpas present Rikki Arredondo with the Player of the Week award. Candy Moore is mummified. Deaf Cheerleaders sign the alma mater. The Varsity Cheerleaders take a ride with the winning Spartan team. Lori Wheeler and Valerie Wright get into the spirit of Homecoming. Leslie Cobb and Nancee Gwaltney are awed by the Homecom- ing activities. Student Life 23 Queen and Court Presented Homecoming Queen Kellie Pannell, was crowned in an afternoon coronation ceremony. She and her court were escorted by members of the varsity football team. Dana Woodfin, escorted by her father, presented Kellie Pannell with flowers and her crown. f . A .V , ip ff 1 fi n ' .V :I E jx K .Qld 4 ' 2 5 W . f' 'Q . Q Y Q 'A ,-:, ...:tyl. , . be . 2. L 5125 5 : g i. fssffff,f lE1- ,. ' T' ti 5 Q . ,l,, Susan Presley and Lori Wheeler an- nounce the Homecoming Court. Senior Shawn Cooley escorted by Jim- my Carroll. 24 Student Life The new Homecoming Queen, Kellie Pannell is crowned by Dana Woodfin, Dara Hicks, Gary Brown, Cherry Brown, and Kelly Jones wait tor the Homecoming Queen to be announced. Queen Senior Kellie Pannell escorted by Brad Lemons. Senior Wendy Kirkpatrick escorted by Phillip Forbus. Fast Times At Samuell High Past and present students danced and socialized from 8:00 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. on Fri- day, November 5th at the 1982 Homecoming Dance. Students were dressed especially nice for the semi-formal occasion. A variety of music was supplied by Ken Pool from K. Sound. Mark Woody is "Torn Between Two Lovers" Beth Bllllngs and Wendy Reed. Dale Massey is a dance Kim Pitts and Steve Hyles enjoy the machine. dance. 26 Student Life Brad Lemons tells Kellie Pannell, "l Am Truly In Love With You Lisa Hoppert and Bill McCarter get into the swing of things. Vickie Patt, Dennis Blacknall and Tanya Kelly "Whip lt." Junior Kim Crawford escorted by Jay VanSyckle. Sophomore Sabrena Armstrong escorted by Paul Donaldson. Junior Toi Haynes escorted by Charles Johnson. Freshman Cherry Brown escorted by Kelly Jones. The 1982-1983 Homecoming Court. Sophomore Dara Hicks escorted by Gary Brown. Freshman Greta Jackson escorted by Toura Nobles. Student Life 25 Little and Bill Lindley "Take Seriously." 9 .x L Gloria Cruz thinks Chris Powell is fine. gage Cobb and David Mme' do 'he two The Homecoming Court is presented at the dance. Kevin Miles watches Bill McCarter and Carlos Amador do the hand jive. Cheryl Bailey wonders what Ricky Liston could be telling Chris Chapman. Student Life 27 Xl hmygm 1 . A 5J'ilmQlil,i M J' .. "' . - wt: .M tlll f . . t F A flu ke 5 A ttte it A 'getty . . . ,Z i M . tt:fi'V'l2' V D MH 4- E -A - t . We MS! t 5 l.tl , f t A "" - 'j T l' HW, "-1' ll , will ,w1- , ,li HC., -f we 1. if w ' f l ft. t 31 L.. tc, ' f w t lllllt . F- v A2213 l y .tr Tl lltl l lfwf' U . if Nancy is upset when Andy tells her he is going away. We Were Young That Year was an imaginative, modern comedy about falling in love for the first time. The play was set at a moun- tain resort during the fifties. This was the first performance of this years' drama club. Breaking tradi- tion, the Thespians performed their play in the cafeteria. They spent much time preparing the stage and the seating arrange-ment. 28 Student Life Backstage Curtis Miller tries to hide the wrinkles. 3, K Nancy is stunned when Andy calls her. Andy calls Nancy for a date. Betsy tries one of her new jokes out at the party. Jarol and Prudy wrap party favors as Dun- lle a watch. nd Patsy i Aunt Sally wonders what's wrong with Nancy when Andv ls around. flfh J L Q , kjxk .1 gm' Wagyu C0351 wa . Aunt Sally wants someone to dance with her at the party. ndy delivers one of Aunt Sally's dresses nd Nancy is lovestruck. C88f Nancy . . ......... Milinda Grice, Lisa Antonicelli Andy . . . ...... James Lyles, Curtis Miller, David Miller Larry .... . . Steve Joseph, Carl Henderson, Ronald Stout Marsha .... .... S andi Dreer, Karen Carder, Leslie Cobb Aunt Sally . . .............. Tre Winters, Kim Yates Ernie .... . . . David Miller, Steve Joseph, Curtis Miller Betsy . . . ................. Teresa Rawls Joe .... . . .Stacy Chapman, Martin Meredith Prudy . . ........ Lara Moore, Kristi Cain Steve . . . ............ Jerry Lisenbe Dunnie . . .............. J. R. Parham, Steve Joseph Patsy . . ............. Melissa Smith, Tammy McHone Carol . . . . . . Brenda Williams, Jennifer Coffman, Tammy Kerry Hudson . . . ............... Ronald Stout, J. R. Parham Jack . . . ..... Curtis Miller, David Miller, Carl Henderson Elsie ......... ........... S andi Dreer, Tammy Kerry and Carol enjoy their party favors. Leona ...................... Jennifer Coffman, Tammy Kerry Woman who frowns ................ Kristi Stout, Brenda Williams Quartette ..... Sharon Dollgener, Wendy Reed, Kristi Stout, Jill Tucker He and She ..................... Steve Joseph, Karen Kristof Auctioneer . . . .......................... Steve Joseph Mrs. Madden . . . ........... Jill Tucker Student Llfe 29 Holiday Dance T Glitters 1 The Deaf Cheerleaders and Pep Club sponsored a Holiday Dance for the deaf students on December 3. The Deaf King, Duke Jones, and Deaf Queen, Candy Moore, were crowned. For enter- tainment, special dances such as, the Charleston, the Bop, the Travolta and the Punk were perform- ed by some faculty members. The emcees for the evening were Connie Courtney and George Vaughn. Duke Jones and Candy Moore pose proudly after being name King and Queen. Mr. Costa encourages Ritchie Pineda to dance. Arnold Gamble and Tammye Williams Rene Ftenfrow and Floyd Herald are sc are first runners-up. cond runners-up. 30 Student Life Q 1 Qfsrvvsar Q 'im uf K, r , .W 0 Q 1 4 .L - J , . . V LLm-: 2 ,. ', W ili?M2'4'27'i'W2i i Christmas brings good friends together. L - L Students await the announcement of King and Queen. Tammye Williams and Michelle Honeycutt "Freeze," f 5 er' A 'ony Punch looks for anew dance partner. Ms. Sewell and Mr. Branson try to learn lt's "Nobody" Bobby Phelps dances the two-step. with. Student Life 31 Holiday Brings Happiness The spirit of the season was lifted in the Holiday Assembly on December 16th, 1982. The choral department presented a selection of festive songs. The program featured the Concert Choir, the Tre- ble Choir, the JESTERS! and the Wildwood Boys. Stacy Chapman, James Lyles, and Bill Lindley sing Wh Christmas" at the Holiday assembly. - sh. Les Lawson is Santa's little helper. The Concert Choir adds song and happiness to the assembly. 'S . K I ' T , . D The JESTERS! sing "We Need A Little Christmas" as they decorate the tree. Lynn Nix covers the student couno Christmas tree with candy canes. 32 Student Life 1 a i- VM A,.. 0 3' 'S 5. 5 -4 as '1 03 m 3 o. r- -4 E m Z o H :. 01 it m X cn in U 'Q cn m sr I'-.' o 3 FO 3' m m x 9. ... cn 3 o D :- , , . S .. .f . V. f EA is .... S haron Dollgener serves punch for the irsty Spartans. Spartans Celebrate The Samuell Holiday Dance on December 10th S put students in a festive mood for the approaching festivities. Paul Donaldson and Michelle Young sit out a dance. Sherri Sims and Renee Manes teach Kevin Meredith how to cotton-eyed-joe. winter break. The student council hosted the social event to celebrate the joyous season. DC Sound supplied the music for the holiday Jamie Cobb and David Moss dance to the holiday beat. Student Life 33 'il' Deaf Achieve The second deaf academic awards assembly took place on Tuesday, February 22nd. This assembly was sponsored by the Dallas Regional Day School for the Deaf. Certificates and pins were given to seven "A" honor roll students and twenty-two cer- tificates were given to HB" honor roll students. A long stemmed rose was presented to Debra Odom, who had the highest grade point average. Mr. Krakovsky congratulates Sheryl Goolsby for making the "B" honor roll. Angela Parker, George Vaughn, Steven Henry, Alene Young, Debra Odom, Floyd Hearld and Vinson Sellars make the "A" honor roll. ygbggziihgifsgbout the famous deaf Mr. Osler introduces Mr. Alan Bubeck. il gl ,.. . .- 5 Robin Carpenter, Donald Brewer, Brette Beasley, Billy Gordon, Glenda Galvin, Michelle Alene Young and Floyd Hearld watch as Honeycutt, Tina Jacobs, Susanne McCaa, Doug Hathorn, Candy Moore, Tammy Lewis, Rene Debra Odom receives a rose for her ex- Renfrow Michelle Welch, Cathy Templin, Lynette Voelkle, Tammye Williams, Raul Escareno, cellent grades. Kim Mitchell and Sharon Malone are recognized for making the "B" honor roll. 34 Student Life 1 Coburn, Sheryl Scott, Kelley Maurer, Cheryle Macon, Kimber Sanders, and Graziani ndolph listen to Brad Lemons as he introduces the next speaker. ley Maurer campaigns for the office of :ior class vice-president. 15,5 X ff L , RF- 4 1 ,i 3 1 X ryl Scott wins votes for the position of ior class secretary. Spartans Select Leaders The student council held an election assembly on March 9th. The candidates gave speeches to gain support from the student body. Students voted on class officers, student council representatives, P.A.C. and the student council officers. The 1983-1984 officers are: President - Susan Presley, Vice President - Lisa An- tonicelli, Secretary - DeAnn Woodruff: and Treasurer - Matt Lindsey. 1984 senior class president Kimber Sanders delivers her winning speech. . . - 5 Y ,, Q . 5 st .3 is l l Z Dil il 5 ra Susan Presley, Lisa Antonicelli, DeAnn Woodruff, Barbra Gregg, and Matt Lindsey wait their turn N to speak to the student body. Student Life 35 Cupid's Night Out This year the Student Council revived a valentine tradition. Students were invited to a crowning ceremony for the King, Queen and their court after first period February the eleventh. Later, that evening, a dance was held with David Fresque from D.C. Sound sup- plying the entertainment. Prince Phillip Forbus and Princess Jill Trantham King Ftikki Arredondo and Queen Kellie Pannell ., 'Rf 5 Duke Shawn Newsome and Duchess Beth Hairgrove Princess Lucrecia Mason and Prince Phill Harris tl 0 'Q 3 EQ Q ff f .gt Duchess Kim Crawford and Duke Marcus William Coffman and Sandy Gibson The Valentine's Day court is a dream COI1 Camper dance the night away, true for PI'iSCiIla Ramirel. 36 Student Life Q 1 , 1 l l l , David Askew and Countess Hope o t and Beth Hairgrove can't keep minds on dancing. Yandell, Matt Lindsey, and Denise catch up on the latest gossip. if-Ns Marquis Steve Barnhart and Marquise Cherry Brown and Gary Brown are two wild and crazy guys looking for g. Marquis Mike Page and Marquise Priscilla Ramirez Count Paul Donaldson and Countess Barbra Gregg Barbra Gregg, David Askew, and Beth Hairgrove anxiously wait to be announced at the Valentine's Day assembly. Student Life 37 Y l Lab Band Live Music on Stage, the annual Band Show featuring the Lab Band, was presented on February 25th and 26th. The emcees for the evenings were Amber Leffingwell and Bill Lindley. The entertainment con- sisted of music and dance with intervals of comedy. Curt Brad- shaw, the director of Jazz Studies at Eastfield College, added special musical ar- rangements. Mr. Wartes and the cast dedicated their perfor- mance to Principal Filgo. S Mr. Wartes welcomes the audience with open arms. 5 Emcees Bill Lindley and Amber Leffingv introduce 1983 Music on Stage. til Varsity Cheerleaders Shawn Cooley, Michelle Musick, Susan Parker, With the help of Bill Lindley, Dr. Johnny Bryant cures David Suttd Donna Wilson, Kim Dollgener, and Wendy Kirkpatrick "Clean It Up." l l Jeff Boyd performs a solo during the lab band's feature presentation. 38 Student Life Scott Dunn looks snappy. Bight, Bill Lindley? Trombonists Stacy Chapman, David Millt and Michael Jefferson "Take The 'A' Train."l i A F Mark Walker and Dale Walker play "Satin DolI." Kim Coburn turns on her "Heartlight." tacy Chapman lifts Beth Hairgrove "Up .lhere We Belong." avid Miller explains his version of the ews. Damon Johnston, Scott Dunn, Carlos Amador, Jeff Kirkwood, and Don Morgan show the lab band "lt Don't Mean A Thing." Bill Lindley tries to take a picture of David Sutton, Scotty Scott, and Jeff Boyd. Student Life 39 Amber Leffingwell is "Coming In And Out Of Your Life." Jeff Hennen sees stars during "Starburst" The lab band is "Cookin'." l 4 V James Lyles loves "Sophisticated Ladies." Kim Dollgener gets a helping hand from tht varsity cheerleaders. , Tamla Jaggers and Miles Seaman show Starlet officers Sheryl Scott, Kellie Pannell, Kimber Sanders, and Kelley Maurer form 4 how l'Broadway Babies" act. 40 Student Life conga line. JESTERSl Kimber Sanders, Jeff Boyd, Karen Kristof, Steve Gustafson, Dei Smith, Kevin Miles, Amber Leffingwell, and Johnny Bryant meet the band on "Forty-second Street." Scott Chapman, James Lyles, and Stacy Chapman love "Their Music." Bill Lindley and Lucrecia Mason jitter- bug to "Bugle Call Rag." Dr. Johnny Bryant checks Lisa Hoppert out. Jill Trantham previews the Music On Stage program. Student Life 41 Shock Wave Punk rock was the theme of the spring dance held on March the 11th. The dance was spon- sored by the deaf cheerleaders and pep club. Deaf students who participated in athletics this year were honored with a trophy or a certificate. The 1983-1984 deaf cheerleaders were also announced at the dance. Stacy Chapman sup- plied the music for the occasion. Gayla Melaun, Joe Larry Contreras, and Annora Tawney discuss punk fashions. 2 2 H Ms. Hartwick introduces Diana Martinez, Keith Leegood, Cathy Templin, Debra Odom and Tammye Williams for participating in sports. Robin Carpenter and Michelle Honeycutt are punk twins. l ii... .. . . N-if Mr. Morris, Nelson Mansell and Royce Meeks take a break. Rene Renfrow looks "far out." ' 42 Student Life : . .X . . X V, . ,, Mike Walker trys out for MV3. Chapman provides a good time for Filgo tells Ms. Sewell about the one got away. Ms. Raulerson and Mr. Branson inter- pret the birth of punk. Ms. Cross is a punkette. Kim Mitchell has two beautiful faces. Tony Jones teaches Nelson Mansell and his brother, John Thomas Mansell, how to dance. if Tammye Williams is a punk model. 4' . fl ' VVV If 1 , - , .,,,,V sl 0 ix 7 v' ? , f Q' 3 5? gf , it , 2 A , A f f 9 l - - 1- . . " ,T f at " ' Stanley Polk, George, Vaughn, Grady Hall, and Keith Kissentaner are the Village People. Student Life 43 F Q M Gm W fr Watson sings "Someone's Always aying Goodbye." Mandy Byrd and Kim Pitts split into the year "1999." I Valerie Wright and Mary Franklin move to "Cosmic Cars." Melinda Morris tells D. D. Hicks "Don't Fight lt." Officers Sheryl Scott, Jill Trantham and Kimber Sanders perform to "Beat lt." Sweethearts Rhonda Lindsey, Lisa Lockmiller, Darita Pool, Marietta Watson, Tierney Hopkins and Barbra Gregg are spreading rumors. Student Life 45 gvfdf' 'Revue Sid? 5 if Wallis Darlia Pool Rhonda Lindsey, and D9Ann Thejuniors perform t0"PeterGunn," Lynn Bridges, Kimber Sanders, Sheryl Scott and Kelley Maurer's destinations are unknown. A Poison Arrow has struck Renee Manes and Barbra Gregg. David Sutton and Bill Lindley are new Starlets. Student Life 47 Where Ha ve All the Lightning Bugs Gone? Where Have All the Lightning Bugs Gone?, by Louis E. Catron, was presented by the Thespians for the U.l.L. One-Act Play contest on March 24th. Lisa Antonicelli and Steven Joseph were the cast for the performance. They were presented a trophy for being one of the two winning plays in District 10-AAAAA. The group advanced to Area Competition in Sherman at Austin College after the district contest. Steven Joseph won a trophy for Best Actor in the district, and Lisa Antonicelli won a medal for making the All-Star Cast. At Area Compeition, Steve made Honorable Mention All- Star Cast. The Samuell actors have won in district competition two years in a row. Mr. Morrow directed their performance. William and Kate reminisce about throwing books out the window. 48 Student Life 1 William tells Kate not to be afraid. 5 s i i 1 z r William l'eClleS Shakespeare to Kate. Lisa Antonicelli and Steven Joseph show off their UIL trophies- ichael Paschall and Tammy Vail just to slow dance. Warren and Roy Patt iam to "1999". Nh Floy Phillips wants to be left alone with Tierney Hopkins. Jill Tucker and Carlos Amador dance "Faithfully". att Lindsey and Joel Ballew watch as Tamla Jaggers gives Scott Dunn a friendly 'eeting. Lori Wheeler and Marietta Watson are "wild and crazy gals." Spartans Have the "Luck of the Irish" The student council spon- sored a Spring dance on March 18th. The St. Patrick's Day theme and the wearing of the green added to the event. Students danced to music sup- plied by Evans and Company. The new student council of- ficers were announced for 1983-1984 along with student council representatives and class officers. Student Life 49 Peppermint Ball Enjoyed By All The Peppermint Ball was held on Friday April 8th from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The king, Robert Henries, and Queen, Sandra Carter, were crowned during the dance. Tim Clark and Kelly Simmons were chosen as first runners-up. Second runners-up were Angela Webb and Russell Mor- ris. The Special Education Department sponsored the event. David Chambers admires Robert Henries crown. 50 Student Life .1 E. 2' King - Robert Henries, First Runners Up Up - Angela Webb, Russell Morris, Queen - aft Q I 1983 King Robert Henries escorts Queen Sandra Carter. l 'x Kelly Simmons, Tim Clark. Second Runner: Sandra Carter. l , 174 law Carmella Hernandez, Elizabeth Goodson, ant Mary Cruz admire each other's dresses. Ms. Williams pins on Robert Henries ribbon, while Ms. Peterson waits for Mr. Filgo select the queen. Queen - Sandra Carter . 7 ,'L,,,, H V ' ' , 57? King-Robert Henries Ms. Williams adiusts Sandra Carter's sash. yr , if it it Z Diana Parker and Kenneth Crouch enjoy the refreshments. Keith Goodman and Mary Lightfoot dance to "Stay." p-ex.. Mark Sissom sips a coke. Carmella Hernandez and Russell Morris enjoy the Peppermint Ball. Student Life 51 Plaza Suite: Sweet Success Plaza Suite, by Neil Simon, was performed by the Thes- plans on April 15th and 16th. There was a different cast for each performance. The drama revolved around the happen- ings of three couples in a hotel room at different times of the year. Mr. Morrow directed the Thespian performances. f .tw- at f 1 "if""xF pn-H' Karen Nash adds a dash of romance to her life. D .. Norma hangs on for ' 1 Roy goes out on a ledge for his daughter, Sam Nash tells his wife Karen, "You kn it's Monday when . . :JVM l ,V 53' fat S is fi :S K -4- - Y . Roy believes violence solves everythinl rf fl? The Nashes take a break. Borden, Roy, Mimsey and Norma gather for a friendly family portrait. 52 Student Life C Borden and Mimsey begin their life together. E it its M Nash had a bad day at the office, ves his wife Karen. w-with V t Jesse whispers sweet nothings into Muriei's ear. "lt's good to be famous," remarks Jesse to Muriel. Karen Nash .... Sam Nash .... Bellhop ..... . . . Waiter .......,.. Jean McCormack .... Waiter ,......... Jesse Kiplinger . . Muriel Tate ..... Norma Hubley . . Roy Hubley ..... Borden Eisler . . . Mimsey Hubley .. CAST ........................LeslieCobb . . . .Curtis Miller, William Coffman . . . . . David Miller, Jerry Lisenbe . . . . ...Ronald Stout, J. R. Parham .. . .Rhonda Patterson, Jill Jenkins . . . . .Ronald Stout, J. R. Parham . . . . . . . Jerry Lisenbe, David Miller . . . . Karen Carder, Rhonda Patterson . . . . . . . . . . Tre Winters, Kim Yates . . . . . . J. R. Parham, Ronald Stout . . . . William Coffman, Curtis Miller . . . . . . Jill Jenkins, Karen Carder Student Life 53 Ft.O.T.C. Has a Ball The Military Ball, sponsored by the R.O.T.C., was held Saturday, May 7th at the Holi- day Inn. The evening began with a receiving line, the presentation of princess and queen followed by an awards ceremony and then a buffet style dinner. The cadets and their dates spent the rest of the evening dancing to music pro- vided by Gary "Doc" Warren. Richard Lovell has a ball. Tonya Starks, Janet King, Tammy Jones, Taquita Dansby and Betty Bagley await the an nouncement of the princess. Bridget Donahue and Derrick Fort dance to "Some Kind of Friend." Major Swearingen presents Superior Cadet awards to Bryron Parker, Ronny Reeves, and Kentry Ellison. 54 Student Life Rodney Jeffery escorts Taquita Dans through the honor guard. Melvin Harden escorts Toi Haynes, t newly elected Queen, at the Military Ball. Starks and Toi Haynes are elected sand Queen. Warren and Yvonne Blunt pose at the Ball. Sgt. Bivins announces Queen Toi Haynes at the 1983 Military Ball. Shauna Demond and Kevin Thompson watch the action. 1' s. ... tee setr eee .ssst W Charlotte Williams and Larry Woodard have a romantic time. Kevin Coleman and Taquita Dansby en- joy their dinner. Student Life 55 Carnival Rides to the Top America's magical musical, Carnival, was presented April 29th and 30th. Amber Lef- fingwell and Johnny Bryant were the two main leads for the production. Carnival was filled with dances, choruses, stunts, interesting costumes and pup- pets. Much hard work, dedica- tion and time went into the pro- duction of this outstanding show. Mr. Crook directed the show with the help of student directors Sheri Hatzenbuehler and Karen Kristof, accom- panists Ms. Kraus and Tamla Jaggers and stage manager Bil- ly McCarter. Grobert sells his souvenirs on the midway. 56 Student Life The jugglers have their act together. iicquo' plays the Carnival theme song ove Makes the World Go Round." B. F. Schlegel considers whether or not to fire Carrot Top, as he sings his dreadful song "Fairy Land." 4 l l Roustabouts and Marco sing to Lili "A Sword, and a Rose and a Cape." rnival people are excited about the new beginning of the rnival. Princess Olga and a harem girl dance in the Carnival ballet. Pau' Sings about 'tHe' Face", Lili sings about her hate for Paul. X Carnival people like i'BeautifuI Candy." Clowns add laughter to the Carnival. Student Life 57 The puppets and Lili sing "We're Rich" after their act becomes popular. Camiva' performers feheafse for opening night' Jacquot .......... Four Roustabouts B. F. Schlegel ............ The incomparable Rosalie . . Marco the Magnificent ..... . Princess Olga ........... Gladys Zuwicki . . Gloria Zuwlcki . . . Jugglers .....,. Greta Schlegel . . . . . Lili Grobert ......... . . Paul Berthalet . . . Carrot Top ...... Horrible Henry ... Renardo ....... Marguerite . . . .. . Craig Golden ... Bill McCarter Bill Lindley Kevin Miles Stacy Chapman . . . Steve Gustafson . , . . Lisa Hoppert . . . . Mark Woody . Lucrecia Mason DeiSmith ... Milinda Grice . . . Kirk BUChal'18l'l David Sutton ... Jill Granberry Amber Leffingwell . . .. Mark Walker . . . Johnny Bryant ... Johnny Bryant JeffBoyd . . . Craig Golden ... Kim Coburn Dr. Glass . . . . . James Lyles CHORUS - Gina Bandru, Steve Barger, Tammy Bradley, Lynn Bridges, Renee Brown, Kirk Buchanan, Robert Caldwell, Scot Chapman, Jennifer Coffman, David Current, Sandi Dreer, Sherian Espinoza, Kim Frederick, Jill Granberry, Beth Hairgrove, Cindy Hickman, D. D, Hicks, Cathy Huey, Laquilla Johnson, Michelle Kuykendall, Romona Leaks, DeLynn Loy, James Lyles, Kelley Maurer, Curtis Miller, Scott Morgan, Kathleen Murphy, Pam Murry, Kellie Pannell, Kim Pitts, Rodney Pitts, Darita Pool, Susan Presley, Teresa Rawls, Wendy Reed, Kimber Sanders, Sheryl Scott, Annette Simmons, Dei Smith, Thea Sneed, Craig Stephenson, Rob Stokes, Jill Tucker, Mike Wallace, Marietta Watson, Mark White, Brenda Williams, Drusilla Williams, Donna Wilson, DeAnn Woodruff. 58 Student Life The tumblers enjoy tumbling. Lili reminisces about "Mira" with Jacquc uf 1 1 i 'y 5 f s Q J I 22? '5 ,n, Sn. Z ,f I X 4122 A me I1 i L? Spartans Compete This year the U.l.L. competition was held at Samuell on Saturday, April 9th. Winning Spartans were: Lisa Hoppert 2nd place Feature Writing, Anthony Tabaniag 3rd place and Hugo Perez 4th place Number Sense, Beth Rener 4th place Informative Speaking, Lisa Hoppert 2nd place Prose Interpreta- tion, Amber Leffingwell 1st place Ready Writing, Mark Walker 2nd place Spelling and Gary Cooper 4th place Headline Writing. Samuell was rated third in district 10-AAAAA. W i S READY WRITING - Amber Leffingwell, Ronnie Lovern, Mark Walker. SPEECH - Front: Scott Dunn. Back: Toi Haynes, Karen Kristof, SPELLING - Joel Ballew and Mark Walker. Tracy Cantwell, Lisa Hoppert, Rosalind Davis, Bridget Wilson. 60 Student Life JOURNALISM - Front: Sheri Hatzenbuehler, Leslie Ellason, Sharon Serrata, Beverly Meade. Middle: Gary Cooper, Lisa Hoppert, Janice Bradley. Back: Les Lawson, Ronnie Lovern. TYPING - Ms. Thomas, Laquilla Johnson, Cathy Huey, Renee Manes, Beth Hairgrove, Verita James. Q Bagley, Fonda Boyd, Stella Bagley, Kenneth Mitchell, Chavela Taylor, Reginald 'hite and Anthony Richardson wait for the dance to begin. l l MG- I5 2111- J i g A ... ennis Blacknall and his date enjoy each hers company at the dance. Thea Sneed rocks and rolls. Friday the 13th doesn't worry DeAnn Woodruff and Sherian Espinoza. Paul Cherry and Kevin Coleman look for action. Michelle Lipscomb and Fiandell Parker go their "Separate Ways." A LaS't Farewell The junior class sponsored a Spring Farewell Dance on Fri- day, May 13th. The dance was a fund raiser for the 1983-1984 senior class. Students spent the night dancing and bidding farewell to their friends. Bill Lindley and Stacy Chapman played the music for the event which lasted from 7:30 until 10:30. Student Life 61 Spartans Sign Out The TORCH staff sponsored an autograph party during sixth period on April 29th. Students were encouraged to buy an autograph booklet that could be inserted in the back of their annual. The insert had drawings on the cover depicting memorable occasions, fads and movie themes from the past year. The early autograph party was designed because of the summer delivery of the year- book. Students could, therefore, have all their friends sign their autograph before people went their separate ways. Stacy Whitehead writes to that special someone. Alene Young has a hard time writing with someone watching. Scott Dunn can write without looking f:.ilnm. xt w t' Beverly Owens realizes she has written the wrong Ronald Martin, Paul Russell, Johnny Martin, Rudy Borrego and Larry Coronado show 62 Student Life their autograph inserts. The 1982-1983 JESTERS! bring back the old times. Stacy Chapman, Donna Wilson, Craig Golden, and Marietta Watson sing out. Karen Kristof and Steve Gustafson remember the Hold bathtub tune." Amber Leffingwell, Beth Hairgrove, Karen Kristof, and Tamla Jaggers are "Women in Love." Remem ber? The JESTERS! held their an- nual show on May 12th. Parents, students, and teachers were invited to see the Thurs- day night program. There were special solo performances, duets, two special trios, and a quartet. The 1983-1984 JESTERS! were announced during the show. Mr. Crook directed the evening entertainment. Student Life 63 Blue!Gold Shows New and Old The traditional Blue and Gold Game, held on May 20th, was the ending for some and the beginning for others. The eve- ning began with the presenta- tion of the football players and coaches, followed by the presentation of the colors. Samuell football supporters were given their first look at next year's team. The half-time began with the announcement of senior athletes, followed by performances from the 1983- 1984 drill members and the senior drill members accom- panied by the band. The half- time entertainment ended with the announcement of the new Spartan Image and banner team members. I 1 5 ,4 S? l 5 1 N 5 The gold team tackles the blue for a victory. N Honeycuff enjoy each ofher's company. John Wells lists drink orders from the cheerleaders one last time. 64 Student Life 1 5 Rene Renfrow and Tammye Williams Shellie Hill and Priscilla Torrez. Lynn Bridges and Cheryl Blair , . the new and old. Suiter and Laquilla Johnson watch game. guys prepare for the traditional run the fuel . obby Flolison listens to advice from Ms. dams. an , . , Susan Parker, Michelle Musick and Kim Dollgener want a victory. David Miller and Todd Murray play Gary Brown congratulates senior Looney Tunes. athlete, Michael Reed. I "' AAP U Seniors star in Dallas. Student Life 65 3 W w k, i -5 I .1 is lQ.,,5 ikfk 1 pw-1 - f i K : i Students Honored On May 17th the student council presented an awards assembly. Outstanding students were chosen from each department by the faculty members for their hard work Kim Coburn receives her A Honor and dedication. Special R0"Ce"'f'Ca'e recognition was given to outstanding athletes, students on the "A" and "B" Honor Roll and students with perfect attendance. The TORCH staff announced senior superlatives, underclass favorites and senior favorites to the student body. Outstanding students not pictured are Rudy Lopez for Boy's P.E. and Regina Brant for Girl's Athletics. Senior superlatives are announced at the awards assembly. R.O.T.C. members Bryron Parker, Ronny Reeves, Leslie McFarland, Richard Lovell and James Ashcraft begin the assembly. Student Life 67 Johnny Bryant Chorus Laquilla Johnson Business Beverly Meade Journalism Larry Coronado Bobby Gilbrealh Kentry Ellison Industrial Arts D.E. R.O.T.C. Amber Lellingwell Brad Lemons Lucrecia Mason ' English Boys' Athletics French X Candy Moore Susan Parker Deaf Education Social Studie5 59 68 Student Life Senior Favorites are presented at the awards assembly. 1 K K A K It K QQ HBS? 'gy Andrea Penn ' Art as y Es l f as A . if llla i nf li A 5 L :B 5 JVV :Q Rf' ,sg ml lstsim f .u V, , . as Q 1 if Kelly Maurer receives the Texas Wesley College Book Award from Mr. Gunther. si ,Mk Lisa Roberts Bobby Rolison Mark Sissom Mark Walker Spanish Math Special Education Band W ,,,.,, , my ,,,, ,k. Tonya Culton Matthew Lindsey Amy Mankin Dave Miller Girls' P.E. Science Home Economics Drama cus Camper receives his perfect atten- e certificate. Billie Johnson receives her "A" Honor Floll certificate from Susan Presley. Mark Walker receives the Clark Foundation Scholarship. Student Life 69 Underclassmen Favorites Arrive Underclass favorites were chosen during homeroom. Each student was asked to choose a young lady and a young man as their class favorite. During the awards assembly on May 17th the underciassmen favorites were announced by the TORCH staff. Not pictured was freshman favorite, Steve Barnhart. Junior Favorites: Kim Crawford and Marcus Camper. its its NNVQBW Freshman Favorite: Cherry Brown Sophomore Favorites: Barbra Gregg and Paul Donaldson 70 Student Life ,,, B 'C Amber Lettrngwell Choir, JESTEFtSl Vice President, Ma-Tazz, Thespians, Band Vice President, TORCH, Math Senior Pub, First Place - Ready Most Talented, High Honor Outstanding English Student Bobby Rolison Image, NHS President, up Most Likely to Succeed, Honor Graduate, Outstanding Student f W o , if -- . 5.1, V ,,,,...a - 5 , X If , - ' Q Rodney Fields Football - All District, All Metro Linebacker, Runner-up Most Athletic 3, ...I 3 , " ,t ,,,, , . X P -4, ,. iL'i , ,L in V. ,f A f 1- liitrt A f',-. , 'X ,V , ifwf ig T f':ft.Jf,ef: ' -f. ' , I ' "" ' -' ' Ag ...,, , :' 5342: 'X ., ' I , Leslie Lawson Baseball, Sentinel, Woods and Water, Math Club, Spanish Club, NHS, Wit- tiest, Honor Graduate Cindy Perez Starlets 1st Sr. Lieut., Red Cross, FHA, Senior Pub, NHS, Spanish Club, Band Show, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlet Capers, Runner-up Most Talented, Honor Graduate M ,,, Andrea Penn Blue Jackets Art Director, November Student of the Month, NHS, TORCH, Senior Pub, "B" Honor Roll, Most Dependable, High Honor Graduate, Outstanding Art Student Seniors Are Superlative Outstanding seniors were chosen as senior superlatives by the Samuell faculty. ironical- ly, eighty-three students from the eighty-three class were chosen as nominees. Thirty- four students were selected and announced during the awards assembly as senior superlatives. These outstanding students were selected for their peer rapport, dependability, responsibility, attitude, and citizenship. Student Life 71 Cheryl Blair Starlets, Spanish Club, Student Coun- cil, FHA, Sentinel, Woods and Water, Honor Graduate Kim Dollgener Varsity Cheerleader, French Club, Senior Pub, Band Show 72 Student Life Steve Gustafson Thespians, JESTERSL Concert Choir, TORCH, Band Show, SCOA, Musical, Honor Graduate Jill Trantham Starlets - Sr. Lieut., Woods and Water, Ten- nis, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Starlet Capers, Senior Pub, Valentine Court, "B" Honor Roll, Miss Samuell Runner-up Brad Lemons Football, Student Council - President, Math Club, Spanish Club, Powerlifting Team, Woods and Water, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Senior Pub, FHA, Mr. Samuell, Honor Graduate, Outstanding Boys' Athletics Student 'g""W9Il"' Wayne Mays Football, Basketball Michelle Little Starlets, Student Council - Vice President, FHA, Senior Pub, TORCH, NHS, Starlet Capers, "B" Honor Roll, Ftunner-up Most Likely to Succeed, Honor Graduate Michelle Musick Varsity Cheerleader, Razz-Ma-Tazz, French Club Vice President, Student Council, TORCH, Senior Pub, Band Show, "B" Honor Roll, Most School n,- -. .l,,-,n,-.1,,-t- Ronnie Lovern Banner Team, Sentinel, Senior Pub, Baseball, Woods and Water, Runner-up Most Dependable, Honor Graduate fa-'ft Rikki Arredondo Football, Baseball, Valentine King to get it kin iki K - , kk Q s,""e ssil F Jrr Q a Karen Kristof JESTERS! Historian, TORCH, Concert Choir, Senior Pub, Musical Student Director, Thespians, Razz-Ma-Tazz, NHS, Band Show, Wittiest, High Honor Graduate Annette Simmons Concert Choir, FHA, TORCH, Musical, NHS, Perfect Attendance, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Honor Graduate Beverly Meade Volleyball - Most Valuable Player, Soccer, NHS, Blue Jacket Student Director, FHA, Sentinel, Senior Pub, DAR Award, "A" Honor Roll, Most Athletic, Valedictorian, Outstand- ing Journalism Student Lucrecia Mason FHA, French Club President, JESTERS! Vice President, Senior Pub, "B" Honor Roll, Musical, Band Show, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Valen- tine Court, Best Dressed, Honor Graduate, Outstanding French Student Student Life 73 Dante Ibanez Banner Team, Sentinel, TORCH, Senior Pub, Cross Country, Most Dependable he lee- y 4 . ,. Lawrence Chumbley Basketball, Friendliest 74 Student Life , gg.k. -A.A-. Fmw Mark Walker Drum Major, Band, Lab Band, Senior Class President, Student Council, PAC, Concert Choir, SCOA, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Senior Pub, Band Show, Musical, "A" Honor Roll, Most Likely to Succeed, High Honor Graduate, Outstanding Band Student Sheri Hatzenbuehler Blue Jacket President, Sentinel Editor-in-Chief, Concert Choir, Razz- Ma-Tazz, NHS, FHA, Senior Pub, Musical, "A" Honor Boll, Most Likely to Salutatorian Tina Jacobs Deaf Cheerleader, Woods and Water, "B" Honor Roll, Silent News Editor Susan Parker Varsity Cheerleader, Runner-up Most School Spirit, NHS, Honor Graduate, Outstanding Social Studies Student Leslie Ellason Starlets, Spanish Club, NHS, Senior Pub, High Honor Graduate i , . get X 5 Z, naw , D, .. N Q, C ,sif t .. - - f , .. A ,t p x so S ssssf 1' - :f--'W :wif ' I -Q 1'!:1yf'f5: S 'i , E 3' T151 Q :..351'5'- '. fiirikfuf.-:H -: . Q "' " 5 'f r if s z 1 Q, '- " , . .., -,g g Y, .fllmfzse ,. . .. - , tg .gg Vhvt 1 --... XLVV , 5 5 f- ,-as -,f we it 5 K bf ? gg , s Q Q Ne, 5 X5 - Q s- - -' H ' X4 x X as Q Milinda Grice FHA, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Concert Choir, We Were Young That Year, Honor Graduate Richard Robinson Best Dressed, Math Club, Senior Class Vice President, Student Council XJ' NH an Gary Brown Football, Power Lifting, Woods and Water President, Industrial Arts Club President, Senior Pub, Runner-up Mr. Samuell, Honor Graduate Kellie Pannell Concert Choir, Woods and Water, NHS, Starlet Captain, Student Council Secretary, TORCH, Homecoming Queen, Valentine Court, "A" Honor Roll, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlet Capers, Senior Pub, Band Show, Miss Samuell, High Honor Graduate ,.., . ,Q . it wt ,,,e S' ii " Keith Goodman Outstanding in Handbell Choir, Special Education Football, Basketball, Track Candy Moore Deaf Pep Club Vice President, Assistant Editor Reflection, Woods and Water, "A" Honor Roll, Deaf Queen, Honor Graduate, Outstanding Deaf Education Student t3i'-'tks John Wells Banner Team, Perfect Attendance, Most School Spirit Student Life 75 TheGood .. -+kTilTlSS id The Senior Prom was held on.April 22nd at th Registry Hotel, one ofthe .first major affairs heidtat the new faciiity.wThe dancing began at 8:00 and endedat 1:00 a.m. The prom theme was i'Where Have All the Good Times Gone?" Senior students wereypresented during the Grand Marsh by Bobby Rolisons and Milinda Grice. The Senior TORCH members announced ,they classf favorites. Amioerjmffingwell was the chairman of the prom committee under the direction of Mr. Shelley, Andrea? T Penne designed and constructed the tabie,rcleoorations. The disc. jockey, Marie King, provided popular music forthe occasion. g . Lucrecla Mason and Vance Ballew live Candy Moore and Darryl Greer are right 1 for the "good times." style, John Wells and Kathleen Murphy look for their NNE . A , -is aw' f Q s.gt 5. ofa! W' kdkis' dates f l ' Dei Smith naps. but Kirk Buchanan, Milinda Grice and James Lyles are ready to party W .'Ch'ip'Clialkley enioys his date, Nancy Hodson, and the prom. W Shawn Cooley hangs on to David Eustice for dear life 76 Siudentlife ' x I is Jndrea Penn and Ralph Ramsey dance to Melody Hardeman, Sandra Carter, Fredrick Bell, Priscilla Cobbin, Terri Malay, Donald f Just You and l." Johnson, Gayla Scott, Frank Williams, and Richard Robinson gatherfor a picture. F I Jana Fuller and Jeff Boyd have a private moment 'at the prom. Duke Jones and Sheri Hastie slow dance to 'fAIl ol MycLife." ' eryl Scott and David Sutton take a break from the prom time Flandyi Smilh and Tammy Bellah await the announcement of' , W lion. i - Senior Favorites. F . ' Swdent Life' 77 r r 'Ighe staff pfrepares to announce Senior Eavcrrites. W W l 'K f !lVffQhgll9 Hbneyfruif and. Bruce 'Syniart' wap! in IlnQi1QlhayerQheir,p1cture taken. f :" n f r , " -f r ,Z 5 If f VVVV V Xi - ar ry r rnnr f A. 2 3 5 3 L l Q :LVV """' ' r ','7 W r '!EiiQf'g Lindle91r1nd Donna Wilsbn poseffdr .-,Benny rPerez' arif3k Mdtyka jam ' ' Karen Kristof and Lester? apicture before theprom. A 1 r Q10 "AffQr ofthe:Heart." ' -, 935531351rduiingHther'Grand March. ks' Ni 4 N Memorieifare made by Kevin Meredith,yCIrvriStie BQVHI, Gary Brown, Befh Hairgrovd, Mripindagriber nrnnddn. Charlotte Pqteet, and Rufus Ciprianq. ,- rr r k' 1 1 5' fx 'r fthe-seniors inthe Grand March. Sindent Lif6j W W g Flodn Fields are in Russell Morris end Garmella Hernandezwaill J Q Tracy Cantwelf and Robbie Harris J Zryggg3?s??avg?i. ey lo be presented allhemand March, f . A dance to"Down Under." K '- VL 'wig 'X 3 1 s K Q N Michelle Little and Doug Triamel get ready for' . . - - ' J fy, ,, for Johnny Bwam and f Y lheir"llmo"ridelothe Registry. , ' 1fgegezcgrgggfozicgggtt!l1?srGi?e?:c?War5iifm Le, QM 3 Johnson, Karen Jeffrey, Yolandawalker' and Rodney Jeffery enjoy each others K Kelly Jonee2,afi'iq,l3MiQhelle Musick' style to the prom. 2 e J the prom.+ r ' ' Student Lire E791 mr. ana! WMA Samueff M0061 OZIQHQOIQ5 JQMQ Fauna!! Wadi QQIQQIICICCLL .xdnolrea penn Cibanfe .gbanez , . , , ,1 ,, , mmf .gclcoof Spirif 0 . Jalan wefg Wickefk Wu5icL Wadi ofiilwfy Y Succeed .glzeri .jwlafzenbuelzkr WML WCJLW Favori jrienclheaf yi granberry 'lflkffzwf Jgaren .jgririfof Jw ofawdon Wim jabnfed .!4l'l'lL8l" ol,8!hl'lgll!2f! y0AI'll'ly gfyani mmf .xgflckfic geuerfy Vneacl e Jay j0Al'l'50l'l Favor Wodf geaufifuf ww! f ,NCLITCJJOYHQ .SDACLLUFI 6004? S jorbud geai cibreadecl Cl' W ucrecia ado Qclzarc! lQoLin5o 0 Mr. and Miss Samuell Most Dependable Most School Spirit Jill Trantham Donna Wilson Susan Parker Gary Brown Ronnie Lovern Chris Powell Friendliest Wittiest Most Athletic Elaine Cobb Stacy Whitehead Lupe Tamez Rufus Cipriano Rodney Fields Most Talented Most Beautiful and Most Best Dressed Cindy Perez Handsome John Stuart Miles Seaman Melody Hardeman Janice Flowers Jimmy Carroll Eddie Hernandez Most Likely to Succeed Bobby Rolison Michelle Little Favorites Announced Senior Favorites were announced at the prom on April 22nd by the senior TORCH staff members. Students were elected for Mr. and Miss Samuell, Most Likely to Succeed, Most Dependable, Most Athletic, Most Talented, Most School Spirit, Friendliest, Wittiest, Most Handsome, Most Beautiful, and Best Dressed. There was a runner-up for each category. Not pictured a r e L a w r e n c e C h u m b I e y - Friendliest, Adrea Kelley - runner-up Wittiest, and Karen Davis - runner-up Most Athletic. Favorites 85 Seniors Celebrate The 1983 Senior Assembly was held on May 20th. This pro- gram featured many talented seniors. The show consisted of a poem by Tammy Bellah, songs by Johnny Bryant, Amber Leffingwell, the Party People, Gary Brown, the JESTEFtS!, and the senior choir members. Dances were performed by the deaf cheerleaders, the varsity cheerleaders, country dancers, deaf dancers, Lucrecia Mason, senior Starlet officers, and male dancers. There was also a slide presentation by Andrea Penn and the traditional last yell by the varsity cheerleaders. The assembly theme was Senior Celebration 1983. The emcees for the show were Johnny Bryant, Brad Lemons, Gary Brown, and David Sutton. The directors were Ms. Phelps, Ms. Arthur, and Ms. Serpas. David Sutton tries to "slide" by Johnny Bryant. B6 Student Life Tammy Bellah explains "Senioritis" to the underclassmen. is xx I Y' , ..::,- Zig ' as K we 1 4 Emcee Gary Brown is complemented his "four-four" by emcee David Sutton. LaBare rejects Richard Ftoblnson, Toura Nobles, Ronnie Lovern, Jimmy Carroll, a Phillip Forbus entertain the nio ir . S6 rg ls . , ' Gary "Ice Cream Man" Brown, Dennie, and Scott Dunn jam. Craig l Seniors David Sutton, Kathy Murphy, Ga Brown, and Susan Parker dance to tl "Cotton-eyed Joe." iese Are the Best Times." Leftingwell agrees that Seniors Bobby Rolison, Ronnie Lovern, and Eddie Hernandez are "swingers." Emcee Johnny Bryant enters the "Twilight Zone V , 'Q J 'Z 1 " ' it iw rr at t X . R iiii , g A Varsity cheerleaders go "Shopping From A to Z." Seniors present current fashion trends. tte Beasley enjoys "Working in a Coal e." swinging. Mr. Carl lCharloltel Wallace enjoys Gary Brown and Brad Lemons ex- change girl-hunting tips. Student Life 87 ,Q f ,- 'A"L' i """W "Eil ,, M. ,igi , lg. ff' . ,,,,. ,- ,M--fM,...a..,,f.,,ff,w-' "Some Enchanted Evening" has arrived for Lucrecia Mason. Susan Parker shows off the time capsule. Party People Stacy Whitehead, Michael Reed, Lando Jordan, and Marvin Davis say "lt's Like That." Sponsors Ms. Phelps and Ms. Serpas try to stayin control. 88 Student Life BIG 'MALE Michelle Musick adds a spirit hand and an I Love the Spartans sticker to the time capsule. W Senior JESTERS! sing "Memory" one las time. Senior Starlets aim forthe "TwilightZone." council President Blad Lemons a sad farewell. s Powell, John Wells, and Dante lbanez are the senior nterloId." Varsity Cheerleaders prepare for the last yell. i upree wait for the assembly to begin. Delores Green, Kim Hart, Lynelle Thomas, Kari Thomson, Linda Reed, and Bren- Tina Jacobs, Kathy Fisher, and Tammye Williams dance to "Magnum, P.l." Senior class President Mark Walker interjects a bit of humor in his last speech. Starlet officers Kellie Pannell, Jill Trantham, and Cindy Perez "Beat lt." '9"" yd., Spartan Image, Bobby Rolison, leads the Alma Mater one last time. Student Life 89 Seniors at the Top of the l Class Mr. Filgo announced the honor and high honor graduates to the senior class before the senior assembly on May 20th. There were forty-five honor graduates and fourteen high honor graduates. Mr. Filgo then announced the Valedictorian, Beverly Meade and Salutatorian, Sheri Hatzenbuehler. Not pictured are honor graduates Steve Gustafson, Sherrise Spoor, and Mike Maines. l Valedictorian- Salutatorian- Sheri Hatzenbuehler and Beverly Meade Beverly Meade Sheri Hatzenbuehler take top honors. X l 45 2 , we Z tim 1 l l HIGH HONORS - Leslie Eliason, Karen Kristof, Andrea Penn, Betty Garcia, Cheryl Bailey, Sharon Teel, Amber Leffingwell, Kellie Par nell, Bobby Rolison, Kari Thomson, Sheri Hatzenbuehler, Mark Walker, and Beverly Meade. ' 90 Student Life Michelle Musick, Bobby Gilbreath, Alma Martinez, Chris Diegel, Kim Schupbach, Marie Washington, David Jenkins, Sheila fd, Brad Lemons, Cindy Perez, Cheryl Blair, Gary Brown, Tracy Ward, Tracy Cantwell, Chris Powell, Joanne Hardy, Ted Cadenhead, Lucrecia Mason. ORS - Joe Cowart, Kathleen Murphy, Candy Moore, David Sutton, Anita Simmons, Lori Casebolt, Annette Simmons, Mike Wat- , Brette Beasley, Susan Parker, Ronnie Lovern, Cindy Hathcock, Milinda Grice, Donna Wilson, Scott Dunn, Laquilla Johnson, Kenneth is, Lee Ann Morris, Gary Cooper, Michelle Little, Les Lawson, and Lynell Thomas. Student Life 91 Senior Luncheon: A Dining Experience? The senior luncheon was held on May 20th at Bryan Towers in the Colonial Cafeteria. Seniors had a variety of food choices because of the buffet style meal. The Wildwood Boys sup- plied musical entertainment for the event. Seniors made their own fun by moving tables, dan- cing, and socializing. Les Lawson and Gary Brown get their nine dollars worth. -ni Brad Lemons and Chip Chalkley step the two-step through the Colonial Cafeteria. if M, gi-no-4 ik 0 Mark Walker and Amber Leffingwell toast to the class of 1983. 92 Student Life N Milinda Grice and John Wells "Feel S Right." as ,ry -Q -wi 'f' .ku ' Can Rodney Fields eat the whole i7 Gayla Scott, Marvin Henley, Robinson, and Trojzal Lewis wait and and wait for their senior luncheon to begi Walker gives seniors advice for the Mr. Filgo speaks to the graduating class of 1983. Seniors file out at the close ofthe Baccalaureate service. Seniors stand for the invocation. Michelle Little gets some help from Brad Lemons. Seniors Attend Baccalaureate The Baccalaureate Service was held on Sunday, May 22nd at 2:00 p.m. in the Samuell auditorium. The service began with the invocation by Elder John McGilvery followed by choral selections from the con- cert choir. The sermon was given by Flev. Michael Walker of Pleasant Mound United Methodist Church. Mark Walker, senior class president, gave the benediction. A choral benediction by the concert choir concluded the service. Student Life 93 Graduation at Last The graduation ceremony for the 1983 senior class was held on May 28th at 4:00 p.m. Mark Walker delivered the invocation as the ceremony began. The Concert Choir sang, "Go Ye Now in Peace" and "Joy in the Morning." Mr. Filgo presented his welcome and added humor to the ceremony with his teaching jokes. Ms. Hawkins presented the distinguished graduate award to Mr. Billy J. Mullins, Jr.. Mr. Leonard Clegg, president of the DISD Board of Education, presented diplomas as the graduates crossed the stage. The ceremony ended with the benediction by Bobby Rolison. Wayne Mays is proud to be a graduating senior of 1983. , Andrea Penn assists Beverly Meade with her cap. l--w""' Mark Sissom is all smiles about graduation. LaFollette Duckett, Demetrice Wiley and Ivan Cook arrive at graduation. 94 Student Life Brenda Wells and John Wells await the big moment. Serp Filgo giv farewell I makes sure Ronald Martin, Martin and Kelvin Marsh are in line. es the senior class of 1983 his The senior class of 1983 opens the graduation ceremony with the pledge. Mr. Stevenson and Ms. Adair con- Joyce Mokry, Kelley Miskell, Stacy McGibboney and gratulate Adrea Kelley. Steve McMahan find their places. Mr. Fagan tries to keep seniors, David Cox, Weldon Crews, Kenneth Crouch, and Don- ny Crutcher in line. Student Life 95 ,I 91 . ' f 1 ' Jw 3 1 V J., -1614 RAW? -L,,' 'WMM . 34 2 , M lx , EQ 1 K 1 - W 44, Q K v Q ff .1 f HM , M45 1 f v ' f f 1 5 ibm ,' .yyy I V iw wi , ' ' J ,, Vi WWA? ,,,+ 41,53 gil! .V ,W ,L i Qwwww wwwM fm if .f '1 wif .R dx Weldon Crews awaits his turn. Distinguished graduate, Mr. Mullins, gives the seniors advice for the future. Marilyn Steele and John Stuart make sure their name is on the program. The seniors listen attentively to Mr. Clegg. Q gs lb---' ' Rufus Cipriano and Shawn Cooley turn in their robes. Everything is over but the party for Chris Yates, Victor Ybarra, Ranzy Young, Les Lawson and Amber Leffingwell. Ms. McCollum and Ms. Serpas make sure seniors keepin step. Student Life 97 'M--'N' 60' 0 0 6 98 Cl USSR!! PASSENGERS V W ' - VXWS. EXPRESS - PAQZIEIQESERS cwca QQXQDQQ caved KI 1 Classe 99 FIRST CLASS The 341 seniors of 1983 guided the underclassmen and set an example of leadership and discipline. This class lifted the spirit by participating in organizations and ac- tivities. Much talent and dedication was displayed by this year's class members both academically and athletically. The seniors were both excited and proud of the District Championship won by the varsity football team. Seniors enjoyed their last year in high school while they planned for the future, whether it were college or career. lst Cla s s SAMUELL SAMUELL - Q y 1 v-:lx WA' Q 0 fvl in an ml nn mu mvm nm 100 Seniors llllllly f X ff Regina Adams Susan Arias Tracy Armstrong Julie Arnold Rikki Arredondo Cheryl Bailey Lennis Baker Daniel Bassford Brette Beasley Michael Beddow Tamara Bellah Gerald Bennett Sabrina Bishop Cheryl Blair Deborah Blythe - John Bond Seniors 101 Pamela Bonner Rudolph Borrego Tammy Bradley Keith Bradshaw if Donald Brewer Flute players, Kim Hart, Lynell Thomas, and Kari Thomson take a break at the Homecoming game. Ga"Y Brvwn 102 Seniors Johnny Bryant Doug Bullard Gwen Burney Ronald Butler Oscar Cadenhead Kristi Cain Everything adds up for Kelley Miskell. Debra Cantu Tracy Cantwell Robin Carpenter Jimmy Carroll Gloria Carter Lori Casebolt Lonnita Cave Donnie Cawthon Seniors 103 William Chalkley H The 1982 TORCH brings back memories for Jana Fuller and Wendy Kirkpatrick Christopher Chapman William Chisolm Lawrence Chumbley Rufus Cipriano Jerri Clinkscales Elaine Cobb Steven Cobb William Coffman Seniors ' Anita Conley , Ivan Cook Shawn Cooley Gary Cooper Sheryl Cooper Larry Coronado Joe Cowart Danny Cox David Cox Jr. Weldon Crews Kenneth Crouch Donny Crutcher Michael Dale Karen Davis Kenneth Davis Marvin Davis Miles Seaman jams in the TORCH Assembly. Seniors 105 Robert Dennle Chris Diegel William Dlttman Kimberly Dollgener Ranzy Young, Donnie Brown, Marcus Camper, and Lawrence Chumbley dress up for the J.V. assembly. A - Seniors Melinda Dorrough v LaFonene ouckeu J i i i Dale Dullenty i Scott Dunn Nathan Durham Leslie Ellason Kentry Ellison Teresa Em brey Norma Encinia Gridiron buddies, Rodney Fields and Toura Nobles are friends on and off ine field. Sylvia Espinoza Kathy Fisher Kenneth Flick Janice Flowers Seniors 107 Sheila Floyd Mary Franklin Jana Fuller Glenda Galvin Arnold Gamble Betty Garcia Bobby Gilbreath Stacey Givens Gary Goins Greg Gonzales William Gooding Calvin OIHSOH thinks Child Keith Goodman JillGranberry DeloresGreen development is fun! 108 Seniors Dennis Green Eric Green Cindy Perez and Susan Parker have a hug and a smile! Terri Gregory Milinda Grice Jana Griffin Ramsey Guillory Steve Gustafson Norma Guthrie Therwanda Hadnot Leland Hallett Rebeca Hamill Joanne Hardy Fred Harris Patti Harris Seniors 109 Phillip Harris l Gina Hai? Mark Walker pulls a tooth the hard way. Kimberly Hart Cynthia Hail-gcggk Sheri Hatzenbuehler Floyd Hearld Marvin Henley Carmella Hernandez - Edward Hernandez Charles Hibbler Cindy Hilburn Nancy Hodson SSFIIOFS Michael Hollins Rhonda Holt Michelle Honeycutt Brad Husband Dante Ibanez Christopher Jackson Judy Jackson Tina Jacobs Michael Jefferson Rodney Jeffery . as Outdoor Ed. students Ronnie Lovern, Vincent Weldon, Chris Yates, William Dittman, and Ronald Martin try to figure out what Mr. Hervey is talking about now. Seniors 111 Q Xi limi' "fl,-'arf gg '65 1 i 'A Q., a wi ' ' , V F' David Jenkins Shelia Jenkins J Donald Johnson K- D- Davis iS rishi in Style- Jay Johnson 1 l Laquilla Johnson William Johnson Duke Jones Kelly Jones i l - Lando Jordan Kevin Keasler I Adrea Kelley Derrone Kelley Seniors l l I I i i i l Tammy Kerry Wendy Kirkpatrick Michael Knapp Karen Kristof 2? Steve Lanier Sherry LaRue Brad Lemons Trojzal Lewis Mary Lightfoot Alberto Limon Leslie Lawson Amber Leffingwell Gary Cooper, Bo Harmon, and Karen Kristof love the rainy nights. Seniors Michelle Little James Long Jr. Ronald Lovern James Lyday Q Michael Lyles A Darryl Mackey Michael Mageors Michael Mames 'i.. in , ' X' Terri Maloy 114 , Seniors Tina Jacobs and Kathy Fisher enjoy their free time after lunch. Kelvin Marsh ix Johnny Martin Ronald Martin Alma Martinez . Canufg Martinez Senioritis has driven Michelle Musick up a tree. K Lucrecia Mason Dale Massey Wayne Mays Susanne McCaa Joe McClure Steven McCullough Renee McGahey Stacy McGibboney Seniors 115 Steve McMahan Beverly Meade Kevin Meredith Kelley Miskell Candace Moore Lee Ann Morriso Vernon Morrison David Moss Seniors Andrea Penn digs art. Elizabeth Motyka Kathleen Murphy Troy Murray Pamela Murry Michelle Musick Tammy Neff Jill Granberry lells Annette Simmons, "Oh, I finally found a date to the proml Toura Nobles Sheri O'Donley Calvin Ollison Jr. Clarence Owens Sherry Page Kellie Pannell Dean Parker ' Kimberly Parker Susan Parker Yolanda Parks Marsha Parsley Loria Patt Seniors 117 if' 'Y Sylvia Jenkins, Tracey Williams, Shelia Jenkins, and Lupe Tamez have spirit at the Highland Park assembly. Roy Patt ' Joel Patterson Tina Patton Andrea Penn Benny Perez Jr Cynthia Perez Bobby Pierce Margaret Plneda Chris Powell Brgderick Prince Laquilla Johnson knows seniors have more fun. 118 Seniors Paula Pugh Ken Purser Gabriel Ramirez Ronnie Ramsey Kerrick Rawlins James Record Jr. Donna Reed Linda Reed Michael Reed Rene Renfrow Blanca Reyes Tf0i2al Lewis Caughi in the hall again. Gregory Rhodes Ola Rice Vickie Richardson Lisa Roberts Seniors 119 Richard Robinson Darren Rochelle Francine Rodriguez Bobby Rolison Debra Rose Genell Ross Barry Russell Paul Russell oehre lbancz jams with his Aggie headphones. ,paw 146' Sylvia Salazar Martin Sanchez Lloyd Sanders Tommy Sanderson Seniors Sergio Saucedo Kimberly Schupbach Gayla Scott Miles Seaman Lori Wheeler and Phillip Forbus go through their senior year side-by-side. Brian Seaton Vinson Sellars Kenneth Sigman Anita Simmons Annette Simmons Mark Sissom Brian Skinner Deirdre Smith Seniors 12 1 Seniors Martha Smith A Randy Smith Troy Smith Sheila Staton Marilyn Steele Carolyn Sturdevant i David Sutton Lupe Tamez Scott Dunn checks out the library. Sharon Teel Cathy Templirl Jerry Thomas Lynell Thomas Kari Th0mSOfl Michael Tierney Amber Leffingwell is a bookworm. I Terry Tinney Jill Trantham Lester Tumey Janet Turner Lonnie Tutt , Mark Walker David Walton h Tracy Ward Seniors 123 Annie Washington Troy Washington Mike Watson Brenda Wells John Wells Kenneth Wells Lori Wheeler Stacy Whitehead Demetrice Wiley Denise Williams Larry Williams Roger Williams Seniors Ti -, ,,,,, W , , , law Tammye Williams Y Y Y, ' ,, , .ed , , , W, Hfsseiffl ,, -, , nn , , Aman. Y ,,,,,, ,, ,, ,..,mawmwmL,w,.... .mt f f,.s,.,,,,.L Tracey Williams Donna Wilson Johnny Bryant, Steve McCullough, and Cheryl Blair wait in line to order their senior invitations. Robert Wolter Berry Wooten Terry Wooten Cherylon Wright Valerie Wright Chris Yates Victor Ybarra W Ftanzy Young I . Seniors 125 'iff 'c xiii 'E A if E i 5, XF 1, 4X2 EX 1 4, ,Xl if it I ,. 2 E fx x I Q, H 5 ,X ,XE 'l 5 12' 3 s -lf ,H ,fi ,,, ff' E i A 1 ws 2 ,, 'a Xf,' " " X-M ALA. + P ,E :i IQ?" X a w ' , .,...... , . ., ., ,.,. , ., ,, M... .4 V Sexism., A , ,. .. ,, , ,, A 1 , R. Q '--- ,X . X WS w . 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"SP-AR-TA-NSI" "I got your goat!" "Aloha everybody!" Coggin ,, 9 S we 'F Email' , Karen Kristot . . . Mark Walker Candy Moore .. Michelle Musick Lucrecla Mason A, , . .II love my puppy. You wangigelto 90 on a ..Are you Hon to me?., .II feel like dancingly, Don t Qlvifrne the brush 5 W . Michelle Little Miles Seaman Susanne McCaa ihen Hauenbgehlef "No, mom, you go to your "I know how to jam, ,, shawn Cooley ,, "I'm a rocking horse Wanna go sailing? room I, Mom ., What is a cheerleader? winner ,. Seniors X Rufus Cipriano Seniors With Style A group of senior guys in- volved in football, coop- erative education, band, stu- dent council, baseball, the Sentinel staff, and banner team decided to support the TORCH. They banded together and purchased these pages. Gary Brown Jimmy Carroll Chip Chalkley t ,lf tt, E t W . ., Kxkr gk s s.. -A ,, .- ,, . Gary Cooper Phillip Forbus Eddie Hernandez Dante Ibanez HY 3 tif K W! ' l ,ff Kelly Jones Les Lawson Brad Lemons Ronnie Lovern Chris Powell 128 Seniors 1'-5, --: i ml '45 Q-'Q 'bv QW Just a bunch of "wild and crazy guys." K- xx , X X obby Rolison David Sutton Mark Walker Mike Watson John Wells Seniors 129 Y , iiiw .gg 1 X , 1. ff kfgw rm 2. I 3 9, 4 ,fxf .343 Us f?mff'v 4r?3,,.3Q4,4fz,,':'?,.fg,ff, M gg!! H ,,. A 1 W a :::': 'nv SECOND CLASS The 1983 juniors were excited about being only one step away from the high-ranked senior position. The junior class worked hard and gained respect from the student body. Many juniors were involved in organizations, clubs, and activities. This class contributed to life at Samuell. CLASS OFFICERS - Susan Presley - Secretary Hoppert - President, Kimber Sanders President. TIL- ..,...l O v l Q YH aL--- - - - .N ... -- e CDXODCQD QQDQQXQD H K ilu! 11 EX K IND I UU 132 Juniors Q-Ks, 2 fzrgmfixf- M ..... , t, ..1,.3ZE.ilt , f yr- 5'-A we -1 Q X . .- we-, we X .4 E EF S Y ,S X5 SY ERN g 5 X , , sg f if .FW 2. N g X' Q is Sh at X '- 1: . iw. 15355 , ' :iiisxsi i Q . Qi H iwk T " 1 wg- N is 'Ii-5:5535 ' EN-12. ,, :M 5 if -.Q ' 2 ' . if-fig fy. gg. B - --LL X 'LL-- , ws ,, Nw - 1 Q -- E R L Q A , twgss , .W . -:-: Aiiii fs, - . wwe- I- -. -1, , ' I5 555 , . 'tif i Rl 4 tt 'ing - A7::': if as-11' Ms Sherry Alexander Frances Alonzo Carlos Amador Rose Ann Ammons Lisa Antonicelli Darwin Armstrong Steven Armstrong Robert Avery Gina Bandru Johnny Bartield Norman Bennett Robert Benoit Terri Bergeaux Beth Billings Billy Birdwell Denise Black Dennis Blacknall Kim Blankenship Yvonne Blunt Dixie Bobien Jeff Boyd Flay Bradford Carolyn Bradley Ricky Breazeale Juniors 133 ,Q David Chambers 134 Juniors Mary Brewer Lynn Bridges Donnie Brown James Brown Renee Brown Victor Bruner Jacqueline Burrell Micheal Burrell Marcus Camper Billy Capers Karen Carder Sandra Carter Ronnie Chancellor Stacy Chapman H . ...ii S X 1 ' J 'P' 'Q' if ,ll K 4.62 : K K rl. ,wwf i N Q 1 P .. is 3 ul if 3 J - 1 f 1 ,. A , .frxsii-.lzilzea-.:, 'V - I - + ' rss: 1: .2 ii as Q kv 5 5 X X L 2 ily R safe Y 5 'fl X f-was in ' X in -M, so .- gl- . A eg l' I- K seulwffif 5 Q .... ,W -Q .L..-nfs. X 3-3 3 K Q K pi., 1 ' , . is iw 9 ' i , -. naw" ,i x 1' gi Karen Wright and Lisa Serpas are singing in the rain ,,,... Gunstanson, Beth Halrgrove and Tammy Suiier are dressed to kill. Z , A Michael Clark Shaundra Clark Fonda Clay Linda Clinkscales Tammy Coates Jamie Cobb Kim Coburn Jennifer Cohman Dino Coleman Eugene Cook Pamela Cornish Connie Courtney Kim Crawford Gloria Cruz Mary Cruz Kim Daniels Rosalind Davis Shauna Demond Juniors 135 Juniors Theresa Denton Natalie Derryberry Kenneth Ditmars Cherri Doughty Sandi Dreer Cathy Dugan Brenda Dupree Holly Ellis Sherian Espinoza Robby Fallin Joe Feagin Cindy Featherston Derrick Fort Gerald Freeman Billy Fulton Fructuoso Gracia Q QV' . . i- ,E Gary Warren is always in control in English E x 1 Q S l .WW K WJ 5 A ff Boyd believes it's hard to be humble when you are number one. b MM. x sf eggs Xxsk N N11 ' W wk X Qxggss "r as G is y G bbel ' 5 ,- f" NZ...-4-w. Nancy Gilliam Sherri Godbey Craig Golden Margarita Gonzales Ralph Gonzales Elizabeth Goodson Marsha Gowans Randall Green Baltazar Gudino Karen Gunstanson Beth Hairgrove Grady Hall Jimmy Hall Bo Harmon Lisa Harper Juniors 137 Pamela Harris Darrell Harrison Gary Hatfield William Hawkins Darcus Hawthorne Lisa Hawthorne Toi Haynes Jeff Hennen Richard Henry Rodney Hickman David Higginbotha Beverly Hill Denise Hill Shellie Hill Tawanna Hobbs 138 Juniors m F ,M , W, my ,,l,.. ,f " 'f V' 2,5521 , K i ,V:,a,m- Q, ly .. . irvurfezlh ' if f Wffaiff it M , gi 7 5 Q A wtf 1 le ew Z. ax- 'I 5 V MW "'..,.. .. 233' f l if K 1 is J CY js? an t f fi v r t '-x A, A ' X nl I i f , .x . . 45 'S 5 2 a s X, ' . t Tammy Scott wonders if this year will end. 5 Q + 9 it Q3 Jay VanSyckle believes practice does make perfect. Ei is Q et mag? M it 555533 mist Wim is W Wm wmv- -L Ig ' s,ff .g1'siii, -rx sf, is wi, Oi. i 1 :mv . f t-. , . My Kenneth Hooper Lisa Hoppert Steve Huddleston Cathy Huey Kristi Humphrey Steve Hyles Jose Ibanez Magaly Ibarra Barbara Isaacs Anner Jackson Tamla Jaggers Alfred James KayKay Jeffrey Billie Johnson Charles Johnson Clay Johnson Edward Johnson Damon Johnston Joanna Jones Fred Jurik Michael Kerry Mary Key Tracy Knight Michelle Kuykendall John Lawrence Ftomona Leaks Robert Leal Keith Leegood Eric Lennox Helen Lester 140 Juniors Jeff Hennen, Cort Stilwell, Sandi Dreer, Greg Pierson and Steve Hyles have got the beat W...-..- i R 'ix V, ,X 5 S L. V . 1- I i so . L I Presley is a sucker for anything. .1afi'7 1f' l' 6.51" 95" SVC L.., K' X an-""' K A. ,.,,.-fill ,,,,,.....-f'M .N Sharon Lewis Bill Lindley Rhonda Lindsey Lynelle Linker Darla Littrell Karla Littrell Danelte Long DeLynn Loy Tracy Luco James Lyles Cheryle Macon Sharon Malone Adolphus Maloy Amy Mankin Tommie Markham Sean Martin Canuto Martinez Marisa Martinez Juniors 141 Cerrita Mathis Kelley Maurer Robin Maxam Bill McCar!er Sherry McClung Mike McCoy Joel McGahey Rena McGhee Steve McGowan Heather McPherson Gayla Melaun Marlene Melendez Shawn Mick Kevin Miles Curtis Miller 142 Juniors sk Edward Johnson always pays attention at the student council meeting 'QA an-we iq, cg I l ,gs-s"' www l l s about time Darrell Harrison and Donnie Brown learn how to tell time. David Miller Flobin Miller Sonja Miller Jason Milligan Dinah Montalvo Marlene Montalvo Angela Morgan Kristin Morris Karla Moses Kay Moss Shawn Newsome Lynn Nix James Nixon David Nobles Glenda Nunley Debra Odom Michele Odom Beverly Owens Juniors 143 144 Juniors John Parham Rhonda Patterson Michael Payne Jerry Perez Robert Phelps Roy Phillips Greg Pierson Rosalio Pina Rodney Pitts Stanley Polk Darita Pool ' Susan Presley Billy Prince Graziani Randolph Teresa Rawls Jose Reyes Bill Lindley discovers that he made a mistake. ,J Q f, -- ggww Q- Nf"W fs is . a .-w,:.,- ifziii X 2 . ., an ,zgafnaxg 4 'Q "Wx N z ,.... :ff s'x"f-Z--f .wr V,-4 --Q.: ,. . ,E tiv k,,vk ena McGhee can t believe the test in Ms. Russell s room is today. Usbaldina Reyna Cassandra Rhodes Theodore Ridge Bill Riley Darren Rochelle Debi Rodriguez Lazaro Rudulfo Calvin Ruble Rhonda Rust Darrin Saddler Dwight Sanders Kimber Sanders Sandra Sanders Scotty Scott Sheryl Scott Juniors 145 146 Juniors Tammy Scott Lisa Serpas Sharon Serrata Robert Shumate Kelly Simmons Christina Smith Melissa Smith Tanya Smith Thea Sneed Saul Soliz Robyn Staley Kenneth Stanford Barbara Steele Charles Steele Cort Stilwell Robby Stokes We 4, S ea.. l 1 Mr. Wall8C8'S CIBSS is all GETS. YY-wink Sandy Sanders is overcome by Spartan spirit. F Rf .:1 ii- ' ff55i,vPf" 'lT'5:f5QE X A - f1n.:f.llw,,x . 12' 5 .9 K' .' U --EIQEEV9-.z K .. if 5 s-wwf' 'Y Q 2 Rs . mf i ,aaa , rir .?., at 55 1 will w. . M- so , :- . ... as S: N -is-iz. .. :fs 5:-, - 1 Q-if V - 75 J S353 I Q if Camille Stone Ronald Stout Vonda Strickland Tammy Stringer Evette Stunkard Tammy Suiter Kenneth Tamez Bertha Taylor Tina Taylor Alison Terry Robert Thompson Priscilla Torrez Jay VanSyckle Samantha Vaughan Steven Vaughn Juniors 147 Pearl Villarreal Stephanye Vinson Dale Walker Mike Wallace Tammy Walters Teresa Walton Cheryl Warren Gary Warren Sandra Washington Regina Watkins Angela Watson 148 Juniors uw Y ,tx X. X5 M Homecoming brings out the best in Kelley Maurer, Marietta Watsc Kimber Sanders and Sheryl Scott. X l Martinez Rodney Godbey Flenee Brown and :rt the Spartans against the Scots Tammy Suiter sup imma-so 49 i 4 2" N f K- ff: V Q if S X Pi. gf ...Navi 1? 'i ' i 1 -sjzsz at X5 t ue, if i 'i ,. .'.:' .is:q:' -- . K 2 'Q Q.: rm' .' 1' xi -Q Hal-'ia 'f 22 M". B ti 'Ti X' ..s:.s Q fi.: B v B f 5 :ia gf A- ,f - E iii K, Marietta Watson Kimberly Watts Aunia Weathers Angela Webb Vince Weldon Joe White Mike White Brenda Williams Drusilla Williams Frank Williams Jefl Williams Bridget Wilson Jerry Wilson Daniel Winters Rhonda Woodard DeAnn Woodruft Sonii Woods Karen Wright Juniors 149 James Lyles is corny, No telling what Reginald Kelley will find in his IOCker. Kim Coburn works on Ms. Mark Walker and Bill Lindley check Adams' vocabulary words. out the snow bunnies. K. k,V, ,- N , 5... Gloria Cruz keeps her eyes on Chr Powell. V - .,,z . .. 1 5 K- .5 1, .,sl,il .t Q. , l . ' .1 is . A "" mssmq.. S, My Ai r , Ax 3. at, E A - Z ig 4 . .- - ss: .ef . s- .A .v 'P .- , . is X -..- fyrf as - fl, S , " . ll 'i 1' ' -' , , u,, "'- 'ss my . , I owl' xg wf saggy - MMA ,asm .1 A ... . wil Sgfgagm -' i'f '?'s f 1- . . 3 - XX .5- f-'fl X.,l f ""f t . X ' . V '. 'i..f5i1?i'ifk.?-if ' - 'Q if f ,E 'si' -"' Q it -Njfw. " fi? f- sy. 554 ,Q Qg,.sxM.,s , . ,l ,. , 5. . K L, X ., . tl g My 'S E 3 5 fi? R g vig? ef. 'Q f it 1 X - X'-3 t g f ' fi .g'iffii' 13 . .. l Lhq, Q l . C i . ' . Q., 1. . X... Ltigi, ,J N A - atm. - A a- i, Qi A .4 it 5355 4 '..i L y t f 1: i e 1 e 2 A . - K f K F "-" A f 'ff' xi "ffl rat .- f:x 2kT9 'E ' Rf k " ,h Dale Walker tries out his karate. ...mmww awww. -5 DeAnn Woodruff is a true artist. Rodney Pitts aims to win the Fl.O.T.C. turkey shoot. 150 Juniors Stella Bagley James Bailey Ametra Ballard l ill. D. Ballard i Faibfma fvfexxk f - Borrego B"'9hl if l l QM5iQhajelal2Brown Rodney Brown Larry Carroll Teresa Carter Donnie Cawthon Cecilia Cisneros John Clancy bscar Cole Kevin Coleman ,Jerri jilandrldge lvialbilbavis Floyd Elder Russell Finley y Gerald Ford James Freeman if , - lie- .fll.:.+,,, tw ,gg :i 5 ,, V- ' . f f V , ffl.-f...,.l M eff I , . Miichallyaffeff David Guynes Gregory B suaie illl Cynthia Hickman Elbert Hill Holloway J Howard Sheila Hunter in g flTony Hunter Esther Johnson Bryan Jones Regihaldliiilialley Billy Marshall lda Martin C Mllleiinda Miller Tracy Mk-:Craw Kelleylvliskell Mitchell Janicefiyioody Gerald O'SulIivan Kevin Parham Patterson , i .i in JQ Q9 lf'Sta?3eVellS Raymond yFli Qhmond James - A . , T ylfleglnald Ross J Belinda Russell Arturo Sanchez Bohyby Sims Diana Smith Sheiiaamifh shaiiaiaiay .-.ltr RU be"1T'eX!!39g1 DGWUSJJW Mary Carol Wolton in ,. Yolonda f Hope White Robert Williams Trevor s rr Alicia Wilson j Ke"Y W"9 lf, .aiu W ,, .ll, ,W in -M, 4 9 Juniors THIRD CLASS The sophomores of 1983 felt that they were on their way up the ladder to success. This class increased their vocabulary, learned not to cut classes and stayed out of 117. They became a part of the mainstream of Samuell life. They looked onward and upward. W.: me.. , MW.-M, CLASS O Wilbanks FFICERS - Melinda Paiz - Secretary, l - President, Tierney Hopkins - lg President. l I' SAMUELL I j SAMUE KE l I it I f .s ml.-v Milli ., , ll ,ill 16 E 1 Q3 .QQ 0 ., - Of., ofa J Q Q W 3 "" M5595 co-Q03-Qs' "" 110331315 we Q ' QU all nn mia Cl um an un ll 152 Sophomores xv ji if Rx Y i sa aiix QQEQ Ns x Q mi Y ff' t Yi , l h5WS3iii? sgggsg Jeff Adams Cartinus Anderson Sabrena Armstrong David Arterbury David Askew Byron Austin Erlinda Ayala Tonya Ballard Joel Ballew Stephen Barger Paula Barham Sheri Barnhart Albert Bazis Tina Benoit James Birdwell Stacy Bizzell Kathy Black Charlie Blair Barbi Blanch Rodney Blankenship Sissy Blankenship Derek Bluitt Janice Bradley Terry Brence Lori Brisendine Christine Britt Dwayne Brooks Angie Brown Phyllis Brown Rick Browning Sophomores 153 Vickie Browning Kirk Buchanan Lana Burkett David Burnell Eddie Busch Michelle Byers Mandy Byrd Charles Campbell Flay Cantwell Mark Carlock Alex Carpenter Archie Carroll Wence Castellano Kathy Cato Ka Chaney Paul Cherry Stephanie Coates Harvey Cobb Weldon Colbert Hazel Coleman Scott Conner 154 Sophomores Awami' Kristi Stout can do homework with her eyes closed. i X5 my rls l me 4-.,, It ., .,. Zyl, , ...,,. , ,,,, 44 5 ' 'gf' f W 'Z Ol A t Q 4 f 2 12 i 1 vm-ev tt ,, ,. , Ll ILIZ: .. , LmL' , , . 'UW " f -' ml' A W '17 'Cf 'Af ' Y"' ' ' , 4 LL-L - , l' - i 1 ,Vw tt ' mai if 7 7,97 -vliiwtxhiz. Flesearch is fascinating for Christi Current. Joe Contreras Dana Cox Lori Cox Steve Crawford Tammy Cross Clifford Crowder Christi Current Kelvin Dansby Tammy Davenport Anthony Davis Eidred Davis Mimi Davis Kimberly Day Sharon Dollgener Paul Donaldson Sophomores 155 Melissa Dorrough Jimmy Duffey Flaul Escareno Mark Euziere Tracy Farrell Rad Ferguson David Fitzgerald Dallas Fleischer Terry Fortune Chris Fowler Kim Fredrick Esmeralda Garcia Julian Garcia Judy Gatewood Lowell Gifford Kevin Gill Irma Gonzales Anthony Green 156 Sophomores ' flsfl' . , Vw ...swf Q we 22 H l X be it YU ,...., :lL,lk.5, .X 7 Verita James gets a little help from her friends, Gary Warren and Dwayne Brook Gigi E. l M9 .-Z ' r lf,af:gL x J , ' ifgij v:--' -, x Sgt: Q E i fi' fr as I Mt.. t Q r ff' f-w,f!,f" was sez , , .. A' -gg , 21551 Q rrye , ft A , V' F H X. NM ,.l XX . ',!x it Y Y ,Q it gs ' 'Q it L., 'E xt Ti. W ' Q fist. if is? SSX Reed just can t walt to leave her second period English Sherry Greenwood Barbra Gregg Joseph Guerra Lisa Hall Cindy Hammers Melvin Harden Scott Harper Hope Haynes Carl Henderson Tammy Henderson Steve Henry Anthony Hernandez Leticia Hernandez Norma Hernandez Kandie Herring Robert Hester Dara Hicks Pam Hicks Lois Higgins Charlotte Hill Larry Hill Sophomores 157 Roderick Hill Rodney Hoard Terry Holland Cedric Hollins Cliff Hooker Tierney Hopkins Bobbie Howdeshell Tony Hughes Marty Hulsey Betty Hunter Larry Isaacs Linda lvy Ronda Jackson Wen Jackson Verita James Jeffew Jarmon Tami Jarosh Tony Jeffery 158 Sophomores ' fe ravi: fs fr, ,. nm, Qismlsi -2-P - -- rf Y' "lr-- . T , I fisiw f5if"xo.wfsX sag-:,, e,5g5:s - ,55ll,.w:f53:m:e, i s ' - Sir - , .. ,. ,.... . l1-,llAi. llrr, ,T or WN? Q 2 XXX iff 5? ., ' 'Igg y an .. K I .. -in i i q? I i A ' i ' I .V so eeee lr' if x J . If 4, y sy, Q W X T JY X Y E 3 . . Us V 1 .2 5 , X, , - sz f A , 4 Math is fun for Denise Williams, Yolanda Ward, and Jennae Brown , S 5 ad 'W 3 wx x X ., .. ,Q T , .,, ,gs is , as A W' ilk KW QQ xi? Xi Sherry Jenkins Sylvia Jenkins Loretta Jetton Lynn Johnson Norma Johnson Robert Johnson Anthony Jones Johnny Jones Tina Jones Steven Joseph Robin Keeton Sherry Kennedy Holly Kephart Michael King Sophomores 159 Jeff Kirkwood Keith Kissentaner Ronda Kuykendall Christi Lambert David Lane Rene Leal Robert Lightfoot Cristela Limon Matthew Lindsey Jerry Lisenbe Ricky Liston Karen Locke Lisa Lockmiller Jeff Lofton 160 Sophomores - -'msg-1. s2-s-'fs-:m:ef,--- K f ,- X - -- f o -- ig Y ii.. 5 xt :vt X ' xx x , .,.. - ' E S t fax to x Jeff Kirkwood still does not understand. Sophomores look up to seniors 'Qu ,7 Ronnie Long Ken Lynch Floyd W. Macon Wallace Maloney Renee Manes Jeff Mann Nelson Mansell Rita Marsh Derek Marshburn Roxanna Martel George Martinez Lee Massingill Monya Mathis Phyliss Mayers Donnesha McAdams Mary McCoy Misti Mcllveene Royce Meeks Sophomores 161 Keith Meredith Martin Meredith Carolyn Mitchell Kim Mitchell Peggy Mitchell Sandy Montano Melissa Moore Gary Moorefield Don Morgan Ken Morgan Scott Morgan Melinda Morris Russell Morris Patricia Mudgett Anthony Neal Greg Neal Lydia Norris Patricia Norris 162 Sophomores -i fr nz wf - ' ' ' EEQ-ssff:fl.Li2i1fQfQ ' I ' l' Sqmiiisifggq V. , -1:-.3 Ay . Q lr ig iffy. 5 l ,Eg if t W 'l l . L A i f i fx 2' xt 5, . 1 .. -1 'S Kim Mitchell teaches Arnold Gamble the latest moves Q ivy' '-251' .G ti K X X "'."N.., . ga... is Ex , - " A it 5. i S it 1 4 M QE 5 ,ix . ff -. s. - f ., Ytt1'i, fl 5 V ig: T: K if- 3 ,tu L .di mx 'Ti 1 11. M X X X . "UN 1' N t iii Tina Nuckols Paula Nunley Johnny Overton Melinda Paiz Diana Parker Karie Peek Francisco Perez R. C. Peters Katie Pierce Kim Pitts James Ponce Tony Punch Michelle Ftahn Levi Randolph Ill Shelly Fleed Aix NW .iii . Qu When Kim Pitts talks, nobody listens, not even Kim Fredrick. Sophomores 163 Wendy Reed Ronny Reeves Beth Rener Mike Reynolds Charles Flhynes Michael Richmond Frances Rios Ricky Robinson Deborah Rodriquez Mack Rogers Burnett Rossum Oscar Ruiz Billy Russ Kennod Salter Autry Sanders 164 Sophomores WN -drea Shultz, Shelly Reed and Kathy Spears are The Three sketeers. it 23 S N ' . 5 K f x 4 1 5 Eric Sanders Marc Sands Vonda Scott James Selby Betty Shankle Andrea Shultz Sherri Sims Tracy Smith Zachary Smith Kathy Spears Mechelle Spencer Terri Staines Craig Stephenson Charlotte Stevenson Daren Stevenson Audrey Stout Kristi Stout Nicki Strange Shannon Sweek Michelle Tadlock Jeltrey Tarver Sophomores 165 Charles Tatum Annora Tawney Randy Terry Kim Thomas Trisha Thomas Angie Thompson Gary Tison Jill Tucker Brad Turner Ramona Turner Tommy Utley Tammy Vail Cherrie Vanderslice Wendy Vandygriff George Vaughn Rudy Vela Victor Vela Ricardo Villarreal 166 Sophomores QQ X Paul Russell and Conchita White have a little fun classes. Tonya Ballard, Lisa Wilbanks, and Sharon Dollgener watch the guys go by. I s N wt VJ David Vines Yolanda Ward James Warren John White Mark White Vickie White Lisa Whitehead Lisa Wilbanks Larry Wilkerson Misti Wilkes Chris Williams Dedrick Williams Richard Williams Frank Wisenhunt Brad Winkfein Karen Wood Steven Wood Garland Woodard Mark Woody Vevetta Wright Kimberly Yates Alene Young Sophomores 1 5. wth K sg? Carolyn Mitchell says, "Look Mom, lgot an .A,-,, Phyllis Brown and Sherri Sims gossip between classes. Steve Cobb shows Beth Flener how to use the card catalog. 168 Sophomores ,s ti of NSI. .. .i sim . sig X Joel Ballew and Tracy Farrell are ready for the 3:08 bell. 444 John Ed White watches Royce Meeks go for the bell. Rudy Vela, Keith Kissentaner, Mansell and Anthony Jones line up Sophomores get instructions for the TAP test. lix FOURTH CLASS The 1983 freshmen class members began the year with the usual puzzled and bewildered look of the "new kids on the block!" They quickly adjusted to the Samuell routine and learned to express their pride through enthusiasm and achievement. U Pi uf. Yi E5 i :ti l S CLASS OFFICERS - Melissa Carol - Vice Presidt Cherry Brown - President, Michelle Young Secretary. , l V2 0 0 i A e as ,C l X --rs -' ,455 . 7.'AQ. I : X Q w el: ?7x.J Q HTH LA s 1 ' ' 'il ha me um am mv las nm un 1 ll t 5 ' x X x X f ! I X N X r-llf L K 1 S ,ff if f X X K' J' I I fi- 170 Freshmen ' t i if Rochell Aguirre Donald Alexander Eliud Alfaro John Allen Yolunda Anderson Diane Araujo Margaret Armstrong Steven Arnold Stacy Arrington Tony Artis Jimmy Ashley Debra Athey David Aycock Wesley Bain Elizabeth Barfield Shane Barger Stephen Barnhart Melodie Beam Nancy Beckham Chris Bene Kevin Bene Joe Benson Rhonda Berryhill Christie Bevill Kathryn Blankenship Diana Bobien Karen Boyce Fonda Boyd Dianne Brant Kevin Brinkley Cherry Brown Christopher Brown James Brown James Brown Jerry Brown Freshmen 171 172 Freshmen Ritchie Bryant Jennifer Buchanan Michael Burke Valerie Burks Robert Caldwell Janice Cameron Michael Carlisle Casey Carney Melissa Carol Darla Carpenter Jeffy Carrozza Chris Casebolt Carlos Castellano Noah Castro Quana Cathey Dana Caylor Billie Chandler Scot Chapman Robert Gomez M3515 -,,,, , tw, We ,Ml - tll,-i i ':f:f , nl: if M st F 1 if - rye, iw ,Viwa,,, sz V .za A... f .., ,,,, A, Q is lll, as Jll 1 il is it 1, V. 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' " H ew ' , lift' we I ,saw . my 'X 'fr 'y X 12 X 45 M , ,L . f ffl' A ZF 1 Mis ' E el' in gi s My ifivffisfw' W --,-Y A 4- 'file New .ff rc' X ff ,... 59 as A f ,L tif 4 C I ,ng nw "iff -we I Charles Cheatwood James Childress Brian Chisolm Anita Christensen Mary Clancy Kevin Clark Mike Clark Lacey Clay Cynthia Cleveland Leslie Cobb Vincent Cole Shelley Collier Sherry Cooper Timothy Cooper Eddie Coronado Donna Courson Michelle Crouch Sherri Crouch Shannon Crowley Tonya Culton David Current Michael Curtis Annie Daniels Freshmen 173 Travis Daniels Taquita Dansby Mike Darby Sheree Davis Willie Davis Robin Dean Scott Dean Raymon DeICastiIlo Joe Dellinger David Dickens Bridget Donahue Corin Donahue Kimberly Doucet Sandra Doughty LaTasha Duncan Edward Durrett Cindy Dyess Donnie Earls Tammie Edington 174 Freshmen 'fi if . i, ' y, iy sv i vil i t gg Mm 4 'ggi me 5 , L ZIV w 7f,,L Nancee Gwaltney is practicing to be a safe cracker ,T 2 " ,," 72 ,, ' ts --tt-, ,,l,, 5 Ji t,' gg . , ' ' 3 , 1 1 B ff,--W z M6 J, 3 Z NN 'fiff ff . ,ff W 4 a V 6 A 1' 7 JV 1 Q Q we , A I , , f, Z, V, , , ff , :-,,,,Wt.,,,, f, ,, f,,, 1,14 4 f, W yq , ,. 5, wk , W rf f wa, wr . fllfgffif !!l'f'E' . fi ,f WY' , ' ,4 .AJ .. . ,,,, 7 , wif--W 6' 1 MS' :f!M9f:A:f5::','f ' iwfgfk fly ,, . , 1 V3 V f Q.. sr' 'fs' ' ' .,-gr, Q FQ ,E t A , ,,, X lx! 1 if f Yi l ,M ,, K, it , we ., '-. im X X .. -IWN .2 Jason Lester tells Shane Barger the one about the . . . Douglas Edwards Peter Eisele Tonya Enright Ronald Evans Terri Fallin Shannon Floyd Melissa Freeman Charles Garden Sharon Gatewood Sandra Gibson Rodney Godbey Vickie Gonzales Sheryl Goolsby Billy Gordon Mark Greenwell Peggy Griffin Loretta Grimes Gilbert Guerra Nancee Gwaltney Patricia Hall Freshmen 175 Devon Hampton Michael Haney Sheryl Hastie Doug Hathorne Lee Hawthorne Roger Hayden Terayn Head Bobby Henderson Christopher Henderson Robby Henderson Robert Henries Michael Henry Alonzo Hernandez Cindy Herring Charles Hill Machelle Holt Gerald Howard Perry Hulse Troy Hultsman 176 Freshmen 2' if .fi "-' ' ' Y it W' ' , Efiif if rf' , Q 6 M' fi - Q ,, 3 se , ' - 'f iayg y 7 'z giab gf, W A -, Jesse Keeton waits and waits and waits to see Ms Lewis .fi ' vb' " f 7 1QT'.23i5Ei'.QifZ .J ,WT W Jr ,wife- My U , f., at ef' . iii' X.. , .1 fi f, , .tsl if C Fi ' .W Q51 ,ww ,ffwazaaw ,Z ,,, M'fI.f?T if 'ali if fiiubf , f 425' , 2 s M 5 S Q , ,,,, ,SEE .. 6, A ,,...., .-.Jicn Charlotte Poteet, Prissy Ramirez and Wendy Staab enjoy freshmen orientation. X K :QE 4- X X 'X . X -Q -f -. f- fl 2: f QQ 5 -W i 1 3 'Q g f ,!y gf li Q 4 Jimmie Huse Stacy Hyles Claudia Ibanez Charlotte Jackson Greta Jackson Joe Jeffery Cynthia Jemerson Jill Jenkins Patrick Jimison Cletis Johnson Delecia Johnson Sandie Johnson Tracy Johnson Gwen Jones John Jones Stephan Jones Shannon Julsen Tanya Kelly Richard Kent Bryan Kettle Benjamin Kimble Janet King James Kuykendall Freshmen 177 178 Freshmen Richard Kuykendall Virgil Kuykendall Darren Land Kenneth Langreder Jana Langston Steve Lay Roland Leal Laura Ledbetter Tammy Ledyard Jason Lester Tammy Lewis Terence Lewis Cristi Lofton Richard Lovell Gene Lumley Deborah Mangrum Anna Martinez Diana Martinez Susan McAnally Alicia McClurkan In if 3 Tammy Ledyard needs helpl 1' Q 'SL ohnson, Vickie Patt, Gwen Jones, and Pam Titus celebrate the over Skyline. L. 2 03 G is dw-v fr Diane McCoy Frederick McCoy Pamela McCoy Mickel McCray Tammy McHone Jeffrey McKenzie Michael Merimon Tina Meza Stephen Miles Charles Miller Greg Miller Ronald Millican Jay Minyard Tracey Mitchell David Montalvo Lara Moore Michael Morris Donald Morrison Michael Morton Freshmen 179 Cathy Murray Joel Myers Ronald Nelson Gregory Norris Michelle Norris Michael Page Angela Parker Bryron Parker Kristie Parris Michael Paschall Melisa Patt Bobby Pena Hugo Perez Carla Perry Corey Perry James Pettis Jacqueline Phillips Tracy Phillips Ricardo Pineda Charleen Plafcan Charlotte Poteet Daniel Powell Eric Turner - i Kim Shoemaker U'lll'lKS fl'eShmef'l have IT10l'8fUI"l , 4. ' ww f ,,.. 1 ' Tl gf A' WI X W I ' 1 1 W6 M -If L ' " I 2, ?, ,..A . A V , ,f s l jiigf' ff' , , , W K . ima! ' 'g 1 5 L4 , Y handy Gibson, Nancee Gwaltney, Tammy Ledyard, and Lara Moore romp o victory in the S.O.C. pep rally. 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N 3 XJ It lraukwfvl A ff Fred McCoy and Mike Merimon prepare for the TABS test. ,pf Myron Taylor Sherry Taylor Bobby Teal Sabrina Thompson Pamela Titus Frank Todora Denise Tribe Shane Tucker Kathrine Tulley David Tumey Wilma Valentine Eugene Vaughan Abel Villarreal Lynette Voelkle Kenetia Wade Edgar Wadley Keith Walton Kenneth Walton Patrick Warren Freshmen 183 184 Freshmen Reginald Warren Anthony Webb Christopher Webb George Welch Reagan Wenner Kelley Westbrook Anthony Whitaker Michael White Danny Whitley Tony Widemon Darren Wigfall Erica Williams Henry Williams Mary Williams Shana Williamson Danny Willingham Teresa Winters Joyce Wisenhunt Larry Woodard Coy Worley James Wright Deborah Wrye Molly Yandell Michelle Young Richard Zavala 2 Q 'sf 43- fig! -...ff-M ' Q1'3,'2-"""'..snr' 1 7' "' ,WM UU.- A, ,L . 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K1 Nl K 1 Ch 186 og 1 I I 9 g a gK l b." lm me me ar Q Ga IQ N 5 C K. 1982 O O Q W CLUBCAR CLUB CAR J 1 ...E Here Come J ESTERS! The JESTEFlS!, an excellent singing group, represented Samuell all over the Dallas area this year. In addition to their an- nual evening show, perfor- mances in Razz-Ma-Tazz, the Holiday Festival, and Music On Stage, the JESTERS! sang for civic clubs, churches, hospitals, and community functions. This outstanding group of dedicated music students presented their entertainment on a professional level. Jeff Boyd tells Kimber Sanders "I Don't Need Anything But You." 188 Organizations the Karen Kristof sings to Steve Gustafson "I Don't Want to Walk Without You." The 1982-1983 JESTERS! Kevin Miles doesn't want his Tootsie, Dei Smith, to say The JESTERS! can "feel a brand new day Bryant and Amber Leffingwell The tenors and altos harmonize. Hairgrove and James Lyles are at last." Wana- milf' . ,, "There's no honeymoon that's cheaper" for Bill Lindley and Lucrecia Mason. "Old will make Craig Golden the old times. W Alternates are Tamla Jaggers and Rob Stokes. "Comedy Tonight" is the answer for Donna Wilson and Stacy Chapman. Kimber Sanders gets a helping hand. Organizations 189 Concert Choir Hits a High Note A The seventy-five member concert choir had many perfor- mances throughout the year. Their first show was Razz-Ma- Tazz, followed by the Christmas Festival, Holiday Assembly, Carnival and the Spring Festival. The group directed by Mr. Crook, sang at church con- certs, community concerts, baccalaureate, and commence- ment. The concert choir also entered D.l.S.D. and U.l.L. Solo and Ensemble Contests. Mr. Crook can direct the concert choir Kelley Maurer practices being a Blue Bit even with his eyes closed. girl for Carnival. On Stairs: James Lyles, Jeff Boyd, Rodney Pltts, Ronnie Stout, David Current, Kevin Miles, Robert Caldwell, Johnny Bryant, Curtis Miller, Craig Golde Mark White. Last Row: Stacy Chapman, Craig Stephenson, Steve Gustafson, Steve Barger, Bill McCar1er, Rob Stokes, Mike Wallace, Jeff Mann, Ma Walker, Kirk Buchanan, Mark Woody, Bill Lindley, Mr. Crook. Third Row: Lisa Hoppert, Kathleen Murphy, Jennifer Coffman, Kim Fredrick, Brenda William Kim Pitts, Wendy Reed, DeLynn Loy, Susan Presley, Kelley Maurer, Sheryl Scott, Kimber Sanders. Second Row: Beth Hairgrove, Karen Kristof, Amber Le ingwell, Teresa Rawls, Laquilla Johnson, Sandi Dreer, Annette Simmons, Cathy Huey, Michelle Kuykendall, Milinda Grice, Kellie Pannell, Thea Sneed, Fro Row: Darita Pool, D. D. Hicks, Marietta Watson, Lynn Bridges, Renee Brown, Lucrecia Mason, Donna Wilson, Dei Smith, Tamla Jaggers, Jill Granberry, Pa Murry, Jill Tucker, Gina Bandru, Sheri Hatzenbuehler, Kim Coburn, DeAnn Woodruff, Sherian Espinoza. 190 Organizations ,ii Tamla Jaggers wishes Kelley Maurer would put those Cliff Notes away. i Kim Fredrick and Martha Smith sing first soprano in concert choir. Organizations 191 XS . Sheri H8i2Sf1bU6hl9f CGICUISYSS The in- 3rd PERIUD OFFICERS - Darita Pool, Kellie Pannell, D. D. Hicks, Curtis Miller, Micl Come f0f the muslcal P"09f3m- Kuykendall, Lynn Bridges, DeAnn Woodruff. 4th PERIOD OFFICERS - Kathy Murphy, Lisa HOPPSYY- Bill Ufidlevt Sheri Hafwlbuehlefy Jeff Jerry Lisenbe, DeLynn Loy, Thea Snead, Mark white and Mr. crook discuss g Boyd, Annette Simmons, Beth Hairgrove. Carnival. DeAnn Woodruff and Renee Brown aren't too excited about ,,,, ,,,,,,, H, , , sharing a score. 192 Organizations is 52 Fredrick tells Craig Golden that Ocean is good for your vocal chords. uilla Johnson, Dei Smith and Drusilla ams sing, "l'll be missing you-oo." Curtis Miller, Mike Wallace, Kevin Miles, Tammy Bradley, Cathy Huey and Susan Presley practice the chorus for Carnival. Of course Kathleen Murphy loves con- cert choir. Back Row: Johnny Bryant, Steve Gustafson, Mark Walker. Third Row: Bill Rodney Pitts, Jett Boyd, Stacy Chapman. Second Row: Mike Wallace, Craig Golden, Miller, Ronnie Stout, Kevin Miles, Bill McCarter, Ftob Stokes. Front Row: Steve Barger, Woody, Kirk Buchanan, Craig Stephenson. Craig Stephenson and Curtis Miller practice sightreading for U.l.L. contest. Drusilla Williams thinks night rehearsals get old quickly. Organizations 193 Ka Chaney warms up with oooo ---- . Lara Moore, Sandy Gibson, Sharon Dollgener, Deborah Wrye are anxious about contest. Sing Along There were thirty members in the treble choir this year. The choir consisted of sophomore and junior girls. They per- formed during the Holiday Festival in December. The group also sang in the Samuell Spring Music Festival. The choir participated in the Solo and Ensemble Contest in November and they participated in the DISD competition in April. Mr. Crook directed the 1982-1983 treble choir. 194 Organizations r Back Row: Dana Cox, Sabrina Thompson, Terri Fallin, Tammy Davenport. Third Ii Paula Barham, Monya Mathis, Sharon Dollgener, Ka Chaney. Second Row: Flobin Di Molly Yandell, Carla Perry, Barbra Gregg, Melissa Carol, Marshall Bedell. First Row: Brisendine, Kelley Westbrook, Tammy Ledyard, Deborah Wrye, Mary Williams, Cyn Washington. l TWGIM. OFFICERS - Monya Mathis, Kristi Stout, Barbra Gregg, Melissa Carol, Deborah Vl. Tammy Ledyard. 5 Tammy Ledyard and Cynthia Washington find treble choir exciting. Brisendine stretch the diaphram. Mary Williams, Tammy Ledyard and Charles Rowland, Robert Caldwell, David Current. Second Row: Darla Anna Martinez, Sandie Johnson, Diana Bobien, Nancee Gwaltney, Patti Hall, Smith, Deedra Rouvaldt, Dana Caylor. Back Row: Wilma Valentine, Jacqueline Regina Love, Peggy Griffin, Sandy Gibson, Lara Moore, Tanya Enright, Quana Freshmen Sing Out The Freshman Chorus was a beginning choir composed of twenty-eight students. This group performed in the Christmas Festival and at the Holiday Assembly. The Freshman Choir was under the direction of Mr. Crook. Valentine and Jackie Taylor tell Mr. The Freshmen Chorus prepares for the Spring Festival. ' e not sig ' ay. they r ht reading tod McHone, Jackie Taylor, Charles Rowland, Wilma Valentine and Mr. Crook gather the piano for a little fun. Front: President - Dana Caylor, Secretary Deedra Rouvaldt, Treasurer - Yulonda Smith Back: Librarians - Nancee Gwaltney and Patti Hall. Organizations 195 Ding! Dong! People who heard the Samuell handbell choirs this year were pleasantly surprised by the beautiful music. There were two handbell choirs at Samuell, each choir rehearsed one period a day. The first choir, The Merry Ringers, con- sisted of thirteen special educa- tion students and the fifth period choir, the Samuell Spar- tan Ringers, consisted of eleven deaf education students. Both groups had many performances at HUVSWIQ homes, Sh0PDif1Q THE MERRY muesns - Front: Mary Cruz, Diana Parker, Russell Morris, Mark Siss, centers, hospitals and at other Esmeralda Garcia. Back: Carmella Hernandez, Ms. Bennett, Keith Goodman, Dal Rochelle, Tina Smith, Robert Leal, Elizabeth Goodson, Gary Moorefield, Kenneth C schools. . Ms. Vanderslice. Vickie Richardson, Sharon Lewis, and Clifford Crowder play "Nadia's Theme" SAMUELL SPARTAN RINGERS - Front: Sherry Kennedy, Michael Burke, Kathy Cato, Ms. Vanderslice directs the handbell Corey Perry, Ralph Gonzales. Back: Rickie Pineda, Ms. Monroe, Ms. Vanderslice, Brian Seaton, Hazel Coleman, Sherry LaRue, Clifford Crowder, Vickie Richardson, Dale Crowder, Sharon Lewis, Ms. Landis. Organizations Chapman - Assist. Drum Major, Walker - Drum Major. Beth Billings, Kari Thomson, and Sher- rin Cooper play "The Spirit of Spain." Tammy Walters, Kim Coburn. Loy, Joel McGahey, Thea Sneed, Murry celebrate Samuell's victory Spruce. Frances Alonzo, Kim Hart, Lynell Thomas, Mendi Miller, Brenda Taylor, Beth Michelle Fonteno and Vickie White hud- dle during the Skyline game. Sherrin Cooper, Sheryl Cooper, and Krissle War ren discuss their performance at the Spruce game. Mark Walker does the Highland Fling - Spartan style. Play lt Again, Band The W. W. Samuell Band of 1982-1983 consisted of sixty- five members. These students spent many hours practicing before school started and in the morning at Forester Stadium. They not only performed at football games and pep assemblies but also at the S.M.U. Homecoming Parade. Drum Major, Mark Walker, led the band with the help of Assis- tant Drum Major Stacy Chap- man. The band held their tradi- tional performance, Music On Stage, February 25th, and 26th. The band was under the direc- tion of Mr. Wartes. Organizations 197 TUBAS AND TROMBONES - Front: Todd Mur- ray, Stacy Chapman, David Miller. Back: Billy Russ, Kelvin Dansby, Bill Lindley. Vickie White, Sheryl Cooper, Claudia Ibanez, Kim Hart, and Lynell Thomas play "We Got the Beat." Don Morgan, James Lyles, Stacy Chap- man, Jeft Kirkwood, Carlos Amador, and Krissie Warren get ready to pucker up. 198 Organizations TRUMPETS - Jeff Kirkwood, Scott Dunn, Tracy Smith, Don Morgan, Carlos Amador. l l I i 1 i Spartan drummers, David Sutton, Ji Hennen, Steve Hyles, and Greg Pierson N on a show. I ' ' I DRUM CORPS - Front: David Sutton, Greg Pierson. Back: Sandi Dreer, Bill Steve Hyles, Jeff Hennen, Henry Martinez, Charles Garden. Front: Dale Walker, Joel McGahey, Clay Johnson. Back: Lisa Whitehead, Bill McCarter drums up spirit for the Clinkscales, Claudia Ibanez, Kim Flatcliff, Vickie White, Michelle Fonteno. Spartans. Bill" Warles pays close atten- FLAG CORPS - Shelly Reed, Thea Sneed, Pam Murry, Co-Captain - DeLynn Loy, the opposing team's band. Co-Captain - Brenda Williams, Jill Tucker, Jennifer Coffman, Wendy Reed. . . . and the band played on. SAXOPHONES - Jeff Boyd, Dale Walker, Mark Walker, Joel Ballew, Kim Coburn. Organizations 199 Organizations Support Samuell Many organizations were im- portant at Samuell this year, in- cluding, P.A.C., the Math Club, the Library Assistants, Allied Youth, Red Cross, V.O.C.C.T., the Deaf Theater Arts, and the Sign Language Club. Each in its own way contributed to the lives of Spartans. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS - Ricky Robinson, Ms. Cobb, Ms. Fulton, Chris Fowler, Barbara Steele, Rodney Hickman, Ms. Abbott. 200 Organizations l 1 l PAC Top Mark Walker Brad Lemons Mr Fllgo Richard Robinson Joel Ballew Nix Gary Cooper Bottom Frances Alonzo Stacy Arrington Michelle Little Turner Jill Tucker Kim Coburn W AM V.O.C.C.T. - Top: Ms. Cawyer, Mechelle Spencer, Kenneth Hooper, Donald Susanne McCaa, Vinson Sellars. Bottom: Susan Arias, Debra Odom, and Sylvia THEATER ARTS - Top: Denise Gregory, Priscilla Torrez, Marie Washington, Rawlins, Cathy Murray. Bottom: Kim Mitchell, Stella Bagley, Evette Stunkard, Reed, Vickie White. t CLUB - Top: Amber Leftingwell, Kimber Sanders, Kelley Maurer, Scott, Brad Lem M tt L' d L ons, a in sey, es Lawson. Bottom: Ms. Russell, Kevin Thompson, Marietta Watson, Richard Robinson. SIGN LANGUAGE - Top: Patti Hall, Joseph Guerra, Natalie Derryberry. 2nd Row: Nancee Gwaltney, Lacey Clay, Mechelle Spencer, Claudia Ibanez, Teresa Rawls. 3rd Raw: Yulonda Smith, Tammy Ledyard, Shannon Julsen, Natali Sholes. Bottom: Ms. Baker. Jeff A YOUTH - Top: Matt Lindsey, Steve Hyles, Carl Henderson, Russ Finley, Natalie Derryberry, Mary Wallace, Denise Hill. 2nd Row: Nunley, Shelly Reed, Chris Williams, Angie Brown, Marisa Martinez, Renee Brown, Robin Dean. Bottom Row: Ms. Rhoads, Cindy Susan Parker, Kathy Spears, Craig Golden, Terri Bergeaux, Rhonda Lindsey. 1 - Top: Ms. Adair, dams, David Askew. Bradley. Quana Cathey, Yulonda Smith, Bottom: Chris Arndt, Stacy Arrington, Mary Key, Patti Lara Moore, Romona Organizations 201 MEMBERS - Front Row: Cathy Huey, Michelle Byers, Marisa Martinez, Tammy Suiter, Laquilla Johnson, Sheri Barnhart, Tonya Ballard, Kim Dollgener, Eddie Hernandez. Second Row: Alma Martinez, Jennifer Coffman, Shelly Reed, Karen Gunstanson, Tammy Vail, Dinah Montalvo, Kathy Tulley. Third Row: Debbie Cantu, Renee Brown, Tina Nuckols, Kristi Cain, Phyllis Brown, Bridget Wilson, Jamie Cobb, Kristi Stout, Sandi Dreer, Kim Coburn, Kim Crawford, Kathy Spears. Back Row: Steve Gustafson, Misti Wilkes, Jay Van- Syckle, Michelle Musick, Pierre, Lucrecia Mason, Johnny Bryant, Lisa Antonicelli, Kim Pitts, Andrea Shultz, Wendy Reed, Ms. Reed. MWMM' Zachary Smith enjoys the gratin dauphinoise at the Mardi Gras celebration. Les Activites de la Cercle Francais The French club started the year off with a get-acquainted banquet at the Magic Pan. This was the first of many activities for the forty-six club members. Other activities included a Thanksgiving canned goods drive, a French style Christmas, the Mardi Gras celebration in- cluding a float contest, and a special slide presentation that was sponsored by Government du Quebec. The club was led by Ms. Reed. Organizations vp it :fi E3 Johnny Bryant, Lucrecia Mason, Kristi Cain, Jamie Cobb, and Cathy Dugan inspect second period's award-winning float. ' gl at Lisa Ftoberts puts on her Mardi Gras face. Johnny Bryant studies a French recipe for "Poulet en Cocotte." l OFFICERS - Kneeling: Kristi Cain - treasurer, Kim Dollgener - membership chairman, Pierre - mascot, Phyllis - asst. secretary, Jamie Cobb - co-v. president. Sit- Michelle Musick - co-v. president, Lucrecia Mason - Standing: Steve Gustafson - publicity chairperson, Wilson - secretary. Ms. Reed gives 2 .Him il 12 13 14 Reyna, Joanna Jones, Vickie Cleveland, et Cathy Huey parle et parle et Fifth period is proud of winning first place in the Mardi Gras float contest. examples of "La Cuisine Francais." uuu.w.....,..W,, Alfred James is a great connoisseur of French food. Q91 Eddie Hernandez can't make up his mind what to eat at the Mardi Gras feast. Organizations Front Row: Dante Ibanez lPres.l, Mike Watson lVice-Pres.l, Sharon Serrata iSec.i, Saul Soliz lTreas.l, Ms. Rhoads tSponsori, Jennae Brown, Nan Beckham, Rosalind Davis. Second Row: Jerri Clinkscales, Claudia Ibanez, Adelita Martinez, Susie Herrera, Cecilia Cisneros, Norma Encinia, Alma Martin' Natalie Derryberry. Third Row: Emilio Gonzalez, Lori Casebolt, Kim Crawtord, Renee Brown, Marisa Martinez, Craig Golden, Curtis Miller, Danny i Fourth Flow: Denise Hill, Mary Wallace, Russ Finley, David Vines, Mike Wallace, Kevin Miles, Rhonda Lindsey, Linda Clinkscales, Kevin Thompson. Fifth l Jimmy Duffey, Oscar Ruiz, Janice Bradley, Charles Tatum, Hope Haynes, Anthony Richardson, Cindy Perez, Leslie Eliason, Cheryl Blair. Sixth Row Chisolm, Chris Williams, Tony Hernandez, Brad Winkfein, Fructuoso Garcia, Phillip Forbus, Gary Cooper, Les Lawson, Brad Lemons. Seventh Ftow: sr Julsen, Ricky Montalvo, Brenda Taylor, On the Road The Spanish club, sponsored by Ms. Rhoads, was open to any student interested in Spanish. This group had many activities this year. They attend- ed the Pan American Conven- tion in San Antonio, they visited D.M.F.A. for the Pre-Columbia Collection, and they saw the EI Greco Exhibit. The group also participated in Cinco de Mayo activities. During spring break, Ms. Rhoads and a group of students toured Mexico City, Taxco, and Acapulco. Ms. Rhoads explained that the pur- pose ofthe trip was "to give the students a chance to submerge themselves in the culture of the language they are studying." 204 Organizations li.. Heather McPherson works on her Spanish vocabulary. l Rhonda Lindsey takes a picture in Me City as John Rhoads watches. ' Ronnie Chancellor meets friend or foe in Mexico? keyky iw , x, Lee Ann Morris is weary from the tour of Taxco. lin Thompson works on his Spanish wort. Q . K , K '-A f. Perez, Rhonda Lindsey, Ronnie Chancellor, Lee Ann Morris, Ms. Fulton and Doris bons rest after seeing Basilica de Guadalupe. f .M Ms. Rhoads helps Karen Wright with idioms. Oscar Ruiz takes a test in Spanish. Shannon Julsen plays uno-potato-dos-potato. Organizations 205 i Attention I l Ft.O.T.C. taught discipline, leadership, techniques of oral communication, first aid, map reading, in ad- dition to drill ceremonies, rifle marksmanship, and service benefits. The Ftifle Team participated in four matches. The girls' Drill Team participated in two competitions. The boys' and girls' Physical Fitness Teams competed at the State Fair of Texas with the girls placing first and the boys placing fourth. The R.O.T.C. members participated in the Independence Day Parade and the Labor Day Parade, Major Swear- ingen and Sergeant Bivins were in charge of the Ft.O.T.C. R BATTALION STAFF - Row 1: Kentry Ellison, Ronny Fteev Marie Washington. Row 2: Rosalind Davis, J. Ft. Parham, Thompson, Bridget Wilson, Gary Warren. Company "D" stands at attention. Kevin Thompson inspects Charlotte Jackson. "A" COMPANY - Row 1: Renee Wright, Jerry Holloway, Rebecca Smith, Devon Hampton, Cerrita Mathis, Pamela McCoy, Diane Ara Row 2: David Fitzgerald, Gerald Howard, Golden Foreman, Jennifer Moore, Conchita White, Tanya Smith. Row 3: Mjr. Swearingen, D nesha McAdams, Martin Warren, Denise Hunt, Alison Adkins, Frank Wisenhunt, Joe Jeffery, Calvin Ruble. Row 4: Glen Johnson, Anth Davis, Melvin Reed, Edna Declue, Shauna Demond, lvan Cook, Sgt. Bivins. 206 Organizations sntion, Ramona Turner, Norma Johnson, Charlotte Jackson, Andrea Washington, and ya McGhee. l l . l qt ' I 5 l M as COLOR GUARD Lenthell Rosemond Ronny Reeves FRESHMAN COLOR GUARD Devon Hampton Bryron Parker Cherry Mack Rogers David Fitzgerald Richard Lovell Leslie McFarland James Ashcrah COMPANY - Flow 1: Taquita Dansby, Richard Lovell, Jerri Dandridge, Michael Merimon, Lisa Simms. Row 2: Mir. Swearingen, Roy Mack Rogers, Rodney Jeffery, Karen Banks, Yolanda Ward, Ronny Reeves, Toi Haynes, Sgt. Bivins. Flow 3: Raymon DelCastillo, Angie 1 Wilma Valentine, Leslie McFarland, James Ashcraft. Organizations 207 RIFLE TEAM - Row 1: Michael Enright, Charles Hill, Bill Gordon, David Fitzgerald. Row 2: J. R. Parham, Gregory Norris, Kevin Thompson, Kentry Ellison. Tammy Henderson and Ronald Davis face off as Mir. Swearing inspects the company. fi g , 1 gg, I ' axswww L 1 ,. l i V . . , .sg VSWQWAV VA M K' K rj 1 -- ' . e.:,f.'av 2 Paul Cherry and Kentry Ellison watch the Spartans destroy T.J. "C" COMPANY - Row 1: Tammy Perry, Bryan Kettle, Lenthell Rosemond, Christopher Moses, Beverly Owens, Sonji Woods, Michael Row 2: Paul Cherry, Kevin Coleman, Jimmie Huse, Peggy Griffin, Roderick Hill. Flow 3: Mjr. Swearingen, Gary Warren, Kentry Ellison Rodney Hoard knows the "D" stands for discipline. l l 5 . . 1 :I 1? .sg 5 I Sullins, Charles Tatum, Robert Phelps, David Dickens, J. R. Parham, Mary McCoy, Sgt. Bivins. 208 Organizations Garland Woodard returns Mir. Swearingen's salute as Sgt. Bivins and Kevin Thompson stand at attention. DRILL TEAM - Flow 1: Sqd. Ldr. Stephanye Vinson, Sqd. Ldr. Tammy Perry, Sqd. Ldr. Tammy Henderson, Sqd. Ldr. Rosalind Davis. Row 2: Andrea Washington, Denise Hunt, Charlotte Jackson, Ramona Turner, Betty Hunter. Flow 3: Marie Washington, Renee Wright, Judy Gatewood, Peggy Griftin, Shauna Demond, Rebecca Smith, Manager Wen Jackson. Row 1 Ramona Turner Lisa Barrera, Ronald Davis, Bryron Parker, Richard Zavala, Betty Bagley, Tammy Henderson. 2 Andrea Washington Deborah Mangrum Michael Enright, Gregory Norris, Betty Robledo, Garland Woodard. Row 3: Mjr. Swear- Diana Smith Andrew Vazquez Stephanye Vinson, William Gordon, Charles Hill, Corsandra Parrish, Sgt. Bivins. Organizations 209 DECA Works and Plays DECA, the organization for Distributive Education students, participated in the D.E.C.A. olympics, the Southern Region DECA Con- ference in Oklahoma City, the Area DECA Conference in Den- ton, and the city DECA Con- ference held at Mountain View College. The group had a Christmas party for under- privileged children. During the spring the thirty members were involved in several competi- tions. The school year ended with an employerlemployee banquet. Danette "Binky" Long, a DECA student, passed away in December of 1982. She was sadly missed by her fellow students and teacher, Ms. Stratton. Craig Dennie and his day care child plan their shopping spree. 210 Organizations 1 K. 1983 DECA Officers are Ted Cadenhead, Joe Cowart, Phillip Harris, Lester Tul Carolyn Sturdevant, Earl Marett, Julie Arnold, Cort Stilwell, Maria Reyes, Cheryl Ba Bobby Gilbreath. .,.A., ,.,,. S ' Nm Benny Perez listens to Ms. Stratton. - - - - , . ,- -. . ,-. .-. --v. get ni l'0!'iHh BPT Executive Officers are President - Joe Cowart, Vice-President - Bobby Gilbre Secretary - Carolyn Sturdevant, Treasurer - Cheryl Bailey. . Bruner, Mr. Rodriguez, Ms. Stratton, Mr. Day and Mr. Shelley attend the installation Def. IlMarett, Tracy Knight, Michael Garrett, Maria Reyes, Ametra Ballard, and Tammy Str- r enjoy first period DECA. Long is on her way to Oklahoma. Holly Dean and her day care child make friends. Sherri Godbey, Teresa Embrey and Phillip Harris enjoy the plane ride to the Oklahoma conference. Troy Murray and Earl Marett are the Kroger boys. Organizations 211 Joe Cowart and Bobby Gilbreath spend the day at White Water. Sheryl Cooper's day care child wants t in DECA when she grows up. Sherri Godbey and Danette Long rel? the convention. ' Joe Cowart speaks at the officer in- stallation dinner. 212 Organizations Two year members of the senior DECA class include Mike Maines, Benny Perez, T Armstrong, Phillip Harris, and Carolyn Sturdevant. The DECA students are off to the area conference. Cl' f 'Q . .X fo -zu ,Q N O N3 O X,-frbxirfg .Q , is N 1 'b 'S' 1 "P CX Q' 1, 'iv' ' lx 'P l J' l Sf i 'X l XX Q32 ! W. W. SAMUELL DECA OFFICERS President - Joe Cowart Vice-President - Bobby Gilbreath Secretary - Carolyn Sturdevant Treasurer - Cheryl Bailey Reporter - Julie Arnold Sgt. at Arms - Phillip Harris Historian - Maria Reyes Parliamentarian - Lester Tumey Chaplain - Earl Marett Class Representatives - Phillip Harris steals another little girl's heart. ix Rodney Brown takes a break during the DECA olympics. fx Cort Stilwell, Ted Cadenhead S , The DECA students enjoy the DECA olympics. WBVMHMW it A AM Organizations 213 Cheryl Bailey thinks two is a handful. Danette Long gives her day care child a helping hand. The Southern Region DECA Conference was attended by Cheryl Bailey, Tracy Kni Tammy Stringer, Ted Cadenhead, Carolyn Sturdevant, Sherri Godbey, Cindy Hathct Danette Long, Bobby Gilbreath, Mike Maines, Cort Stilwell, Teresa Embrey, Joe Cov and Phillip Harris. ! Jana Fuller becomes attached to her day care child. MW Julie Arnold, Joe Cowart, and Cheryl Bailey work up an ap- Carolyn Sturdevant and Tracy Armstrong are up to somethin- petite during the DECA olympics. 214 Organizations HERO ls My Hero HERO consisted of the students enrolled in the home economics cooperation educa- tion course. These students worked in a variety of fields, such as: child care, food service and retail sales. The club planned and executed a Christmas project and an Employer Banquet. Ms. Brown sponsored HERO. PERIOD - Front: Angela Watson, Sherry McClung, Camille Stone, Karla Moses, Crutcher, Doug Br wer, Kelvin Marsh, Brax Hawkins. PERIOD OFFICERS - Front: Marilyn Steele, Elizabeth yka, Karla Littrell, Ms. Brown. Back: Kenneth Davis, David ton, JoAnne Hardy. PERIOD - Front: Loria Patt, Marilyn Steele, Karla Littrell, beth Motyka. Back: Kenneth Davis, Marvin Henley, David on, Gloria Carter, JoAnne Hardy. Cruz, Rethea Molloy, Ms. Brown. Back: Jana Griffin, Lisa Hawthorne, Robyn Staley, e . . 1st PERIOD OFFICERS - Front: Jana Griffin, Gloria Cruz, Camille Stone. Back: Robyn Staley, Donny Crutcher, Doug Brewer. Sherry McClung and Gloria Cruz discuss the latest fashion. Organizations 215 At Work With V.l.C.A. There were twenty-five students in the Vocational ln- dustrial Club of America this year. The group sponsored a Christmas party for the special education students at Titche Elementary School. The V.l.C.A. members also participated in a Y.M.C.A. fund drive. Mr. McRae sponsored the V.l.C.A. program. OFFICERS - 1st Row: Will Gooding, Chris Diegel. 2nd Row: Ken Purser, Rufus Cipriano. 3rd Fiow: Jerry Thomas, Victor Ybarra. 216 Organizations Kneeling: Will Gooding, Ken Purser, Billy Fulton, J. D. Points. 1st Row: James Long, McRae, David Lopez, Joel Patterson, Keith Davis, Randy Smith, Kenneth Tamez, Cl Diegel, Victor Ybarra. Stairs: Gary Goins, Doug Bullard, David Jenkins, Jerry Thom Martin Sanchez, Rufus Cipriano, Lafollette Duckett, Chris Yates. Ken Purser figures out how many hours he worked this week. Will Gooding works on his income tax z ,M H 69 ' 'V 'I rd 55 1. in M fag? ,J fm M 42 Q J I ,.- v , ,: L ' f' T V za s ,Q ' W 'Tv W Lennis Baker - Checker Keith Bradshaw - Gregory Doug Bullard Auto Parts Custom Builders Service Co. Chris Chapman - Rufus Cipriano - Sears Keith Davis - Jim Tuite Chris Diegel - Auto City Latollette Duckett - Chapman Electric Co. Co. Jim Tuite Co. Billy Fulton - M 81 M Gary Goins - Ricky's Will Gooding - A 8. M David Jenkins - Jenkins James Long - 1 Motors Sheet Metal Roofing Sales Freeway Motors David Lopez - City of Joel Patterson - Tinker's J. D. Points - Apex Supply Ken Purser - Sears Ronnie Ramsey - Dallas Machine Shop Co. Reif Bros. Electric XD Martin Sanchez - Neiman Randy Smith - C 8t R Kenneth Tamez - Tinker's Jerry Thomas - Victor Ybarra - Marcus Muffler Machine Shop Weatherford Insulation Tinker's Machine Shop Organizations 217 I X I i OEA I Trains 1 , ., I . The vocational office educa- Q tion program and OEA I club 2 were designed by the Dallas ln- I dependent School District to 3 prepare students for the work- I ing community. Students at- tended class for one-half of the day which included an hour in the V.O.E. lab. Then they went to their individual jobs where they used their V.O.E. training. I Ms. Aicklen was the OEA I sponsor. I I 3 I I I I I 1st Flow: Ms. Aicklen, Sandra Carter, Sherry Page, Lee Ann Morris, Mary Franklin. 1 Row: Robin Maxam, Kim Schupbach, Renee McGahey, Francine Rodriguez, Sheila Flc Nancy Hodson. 3rd Row: Stella Reyes, Stacy McGibboney, Tammy Bradley, J Clinkscales, Anita Simmons, Shelia Jenkins, Valerie Wright, Lynell Thomas. L X ei g - .':. ,V 4 I x , Q, RK Y . if , Tammy Bradley works hard on her Francine Rodriguez, Sherry Page, Mary Franklin, and Shelia Jenkins have fun in shorthand skills. mmf Kim Schupbach - Dr. J. Stella Reyes - Dallas Lynell Thomas - Beltone Robin Maxam - Wholesale Gorham, D.D.S. Independent School District Hearing Aid Service Electronics Organizations William Chisolm - InterFirst Stacy McGibboney - Clarke Nancy Hodson - SEDCO, Inc. Sandra Carter - Dallas Water Bank Dallas Checks Utilities Jerri Clinkscales - Patrick Gayle Scott- Dallas Water Sherry Page - Dr. Courtney Renee McGahey - Dal-Tile Consultant Service Utilities Hodges, D.D.S. Tammy Bradley - Baylor Shelia Jenkins - Valerie Wright- Dallas Water Sheila Floyd - Apex Supply University Medical Center Southwestern Life Insurance Utilities Company - ' V 'ff 'A' , Francine Rodriguez - Sears Mary Franklin - Dallas Water Anita Simmons - Beanden Norma Guthrie - InterFirst Roebuck 81 Company Utilities Fleal Estate Bank Pleasant Grove Organizations 219 Achieves OEA helped students develop leadership, responsibility, and social skills. Students learned office procedures and educa- tional values. The twenty-one OEA members visited the Balch Springs Nursing Home during the Christmas season and presented their adopted senior citizens with gifts. The OEA pro- gram was sponsored by Ms. Daniels. O.E.A. II l Ms. DaFllelS t9aChBS hel' ClaSS l'lOW to USG the office machines Dl'OpGl'ly. Back Flow: Sherry Alexander, Susie Herrera, Dina Reyna, Norma Encinia, Lori Casebolt, Cecilia Cisneros, Teresa Carter, Denise Black, Mary Wallace. Front Flow: Karen Wright, Marta Velasquez, Jerri Dandridge, Tammy Walters, Ms. Daniels, Dinah Montalvo, Kim Crawford, Teresa Walton, Michael Mageors, Debi Rodriguez. 95. Ms. Daniels explains to Dina Reyna how to do her assignments, while Marta Velasquez works with the adding machine. Organizations Susan Herrera works on her typing skil Mr. Filgo inspects Lori Casebolt's Cecilia Cisneros's OEA Leadership ll Conference Awards. S f 4ar4" 'f "We're proud to be a part of CVAE." Ms. Sikes helps Dennis Green, while Helen Lester, Darla Littrell, and Tracey Mitchell look on. ws .XQV Dean Parker concentrates very hard on his Williams works on CVAE vocabulary. assignments. QQQQUSEUN10 JN! 067631 TZSN S4 3 BGW3 TEXAS Row: Sam Patterson, Mike Lyles. Middle Row: Ms. Sikes, Steve McCullough, Dennis Sergio Saucedo, Brian Guynes, Darla Littrell, Fred Pontley, Ftoger Williams, Scott Calvin Ollison, Richard Cavazos. Bottom Row: Jeff Williams, Billy Dittman, Melinda Margaret Pineda, Helen Lester. ,nav nn-nv-Q-'U' Steve Rangel and Carlos Velez look over the income tax tables. C.V.A.E. Succeeds Juniors and seniors were eligible for the CVAE program and the VOCT club. This year, this cooperative education group had many eating ex- periences. First they visited the Greek Orthodox Church for the an- nual Greek Food Festival. Next they dined at the Pearl C. Anderson Career Academy in a student staffed restaurant for a Christmas luncheon. Ms. Sikes was the sponsor. Organizations 221 1 6 an , 3 . 5 i F.H.A. Chapter ll l Participates F.H.A. Chapter ll, sponsored by Ms. Yater, has I participated in many activities during the year. Among their projects they have included an Easter Egg Hunt for four and five year olds from a nursery school, and a nutrition bazaar. They also con- ducted various workshops. F.H.A. CHAPTER II OFFICERS - First: Kenneth Purser, Daniel Elassford, Darryl Mac Stacy Whitehead, Gabriel Ramirez. Second: Amy Young, Mary Wallace, Klm Dollge Michelle Cooley, Trisha Thomas, DeLynn Loy, Mary Tierney, Annette Simmons, Car Bradley. Third: Natali Sholes, Michelle Rahn, Derita Pool, Kim Thomas, Mlllnda G Tamara Bellah, Stacy McGlbboney, Teresa Embrey, Brad Lemons. l i i I 1 l s ...ii iiiil V J I Michelle Little and Cassandra Rhodes Mini-chapter Six first semester officers are Cassandra Rhodes, Lisa Hoppert, S relax before the induction ceremony. Hatzenbuehler, Beverly Meade. F.H.A. CHAPTER TWO - Front: Trisha Thomas, Lisa Lockmiller, Kim Thomas, Lisa Wilbanks, Kim Smith, Marie Washington, T Ward, Cassandra Rhodes, Gwen Burney, Teresa Walton, Darryl Mackey, Terri Maloy, Verita James, Becky Hamil, Sheri Hatzenbue Beverly Meade, Beverly Owens. Second: Mary Clancy, Glenda Nunley, Pearl Villarreal, Jacquelin Burrell, Sheri O'Donley, Tracy Cant Tamara Bellah, John Stuart, Milinda Grice, Cheryl Blair. Third: Lisa Hoppert, Theresa Denton, Denise Black, Darcus Hawthorne. Fo Amy Young, Steve Bugg, Michelle Fonteno, Natali Sholes, Michelle Cooley, Terry Tinney, Robert Benoit, Danny Cox. Back: Charleen can, Lanita Rust, Juanita Ramirez, Tammie Edington, Kenneth Sigman, Marlene Montalvo, Larry Davault, Mary Wallace, Reginald K Larry Williams, Michael Hollins, Stacey Givens. Organizations A. CHAPTER III - Front: Sherri Crouch, Sabrena Armstrong, Tierney Hopkins, Andrea Shultz, Lisa Whitehead, Donnesha McAdams, Michelle Britton, Ramona Turner, Shaundra k, Cheryle Macon, Cassandra Rhodes, Cherylon Wright, Taquita Dansby, Yolanda Ward, Sherrin Cooper, Darryl Mackey, Dwayne Brooks, Zachary Smith. Second: Denise Tribe, dy Herring, Vickie Browning, Michele Odom, Lydia Norris, Marie Washington, Denise Hill, Sabrina Armstrong, Yvonne Blunt, Gerald Bennett. Third: Rhonda Berryhill, Manuela Faz, tha Smith, Drusilla Williams, Donna Reed, Raul Reyna, Kennod Salter, Tammy Scott, Richard Robinson, Tonya Starks, Stacey Givens, Edgar Wadley. Back: Gerald Howard, Lando lan, Charles Johnson, John Stuart, Larry Williams. 'c'-Q-dans., first semester officers of Mini-chapter Five were: Lisa l, Richard Robinson, Cassandra Rhodes, Vevetta Cherylon Wright, Barbara Steele, Lydia Norris. officers of the first semester in Mini-chapter Six were: Don- McAdams, Cheryle Macon, Zachary Smith, Tierney Hopkins, Michele Odom. F.H.A. CHAPTER Ill OFFICERS - Front: Andrea Schultz, Lisa Whitehead, Lydia Norris, Vevetta Wright, Ramona Turner, Manuela Faz, Cassandra Rhodes, Cherylon Wright, Yvonne Blunt. Back: Sherrin Cooper, Vickie Browning, Tierney Hopkins, Kandy Herring, Raul Reyna, Denise Tribe, Susan Briggs, Richard Robinson, and sponsor: Ms. Tucker. F.H.A. Chapter Ill Leads Ms. Tucker's FHA Chapter Ill participated in many activities this school year. The group was in- volved in spirit ribbon sales for the National Building Fund and the student body project. They had a special breakfast for the principals and a luncheon for the counseling staff. The major goal for this group was to develop leadership. Organizations 223 F.H.A. CHAPTER I - Front: Karen Gunstanson, Tammy Suiter, Tracy Ward, Jackie Burrell, Debra Cantu, Cindy Hickman, Cindy Perez, Shawn Cooley, Juanita Ramirez, Ta Hobbs, Theresa Denton, Sabrina Bishop, Kelley Miskell, Lynn Neff, Pam Murry. Row Two.' Rene Brown, Lucrecia Mason, Kim Hart, Gwen Burney, Amy Mankin, Rhonda Lln Michelle Fontano, Alma Martinez. Row Three: Tracy Cantwell, Sheri O'Donley, Romona Leaks, Johnny Barfield, Deborah Blythe, Ted Cadanheacl, Tamara Bellah. Sheila St Charles Rhynes, Donna Reed, Tammy Kerry, Mlke Mageors, Marlene Montalvo, Fonda Clay, Dale Massey, Hqlly Ellis. Flow Four: Charles Johnson. tx an W' fl .f--ss my ' .... x. .As . 1. - - The Mini-chapter Six first semester officers are: Shawn Cooley, Gabriel Ramirez, Lucrecia Mason, Theresa Denton, Cindy Perez, Brenda F.H.A. Chapter l Discusses FHA Chapter I, sponsored by Ms. Evans, had many general meetings this year. These classes had special workshops. The second period child development class studied prenatal care. While Williams, Kim Hart. the third period Home and Family Living class CHAPTER oNE oFFlcEns - Front: voionda Worked on the topics of love and infatuation, the Lucrecia Mason Kristi Cain Sandra Carter Debra Cant , , , U Two: Alma Martinez, Tammy Kerry, Deborah Blythe. Row l l t U Lupe Tamez, Milinda Grice, Tracy Cantwell, Kim Hart. Row dialogue and the sixth period class studied IALAC. Michele Odom, Kenneth sigman, Brenda williams, Jimmy 4 Tamara Bellah. fourth and fifth period classes emphasized 224 Organizations .5 WAS CHAPTER IV OFFICERS - Bottom: Shannon Floyd, Kevin Brinkley. Firsl Row: Greenlee, Tanya Enright, Laura Ledbetter, Samantha Vaughan, Pamela Titus, Young, Tonya Culton, and sponsor Ms. Armstrong. officers of Mini-chapter Five for the first semester were: Tanya Enright, Shannon Monya Mathis, Vickie Patt, Julia Jenkins, Chrystin Arndt. Vanderslice, Janet King, Amy Mankin. Top Row: Monya Mathis, Susan McAnally, Taylor, Chrystin Arndt, Greta Jackson, Natalie Derryberry, Kenneth Sigman, F.H.A. Chapter IV Involves Chapter IV of FHA, sponsored by Ms. Arm- strong, held many activities this year. This group was involved in fashion shows, a Thanksgiving project, the FHA National Building Fund, DISD city wide council, the student body project, and the state meeting. At the close of the school year they participated in a FHA reception. , i, if - i The officers of Mini-chapter five for the second semester were: Sherry Taylor, Kevin Brinkley Tanya Smith, Cherrie Vanderslice, Karen Davis CHAPTER IV - First Row: Tina Meza, Karen Boyce, Janet King, Bridget Donahue, Heather McPherson, Ranzy Young, Greta Jackson, Phyliss Mayers, Pam Titus, Janice Kevin Brinkley, Reginald Kelley, Second How: Samantha Vaughan, Tonya Smith, Susan McAnally, Cindy Herring, Pam McCoy, Diane Araujo, Shannon Floyd, Peggy Mitchell Parris, Tonya Culton, Chrystin Arndt, Charles Rhynes, Donna Courson, Stacy Arrington, Natalie Derryberry, Taquita Dansby, Angela Morgan, Deborah Blythe, Becky Hamill Mankin, Charles Johnson, Marvin Davis, Third Row: Monya Mathis, Michelle Byers, Sheree Davis, Cherrie Vanderslice, Bertha Taylor, Esther Johnson, Ida Martin, Dana Cox Enright, Sharon Dollgener, Joyce Wisenhunt, Sandie Johnson, Kenneth Sigman, Dwayne Brooks, Elton Howard. Fourth Row: Laura Ledbetter, Charlotte Hill, Elaine Cobb, Tam Zachary Smith, Francisco Perez, Cherry Brown, Lando Jordan. Ramsey Guillory. Organizations 225 Pannell Tracey Willams, Lori Wheeler. 2nd Row: Gary cooper, Toulra Nobles, Richard Brad Lemons, Mark Walker, Rufus Cipriano. Kellie Pannell says, "Now tell me I can't type." Student Council Leads The Student Council spon- sored the Howdy Dance, the Homecoming Dance, and the Valentine's Dance this year. They sold candy canes to decorate a tree for the Buckner Children's Home at Christmas. The group sold Spartagrams for Valentine's Day. During February the Student Council sponsored a blood drive for the Samuell students and faculty members. Ms. Jones, the spon- sor, and members worked to promote cooperation between students and the faculty. 226 Organizations OFFICERS - Front: Ms. Jones, Kellie Pannell, Alonzo. Back: Rufus Cipriano, Tracey Williams, Mic Little, Brad Lemons. 'Q ....,,, .t of Lori Wheeler and Rufus Cipriano paint a Brad Lemons attends to the next orde sign advertising Val-A-Grams. business. FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES - 1st Row: Claudia Ibanez, Tucker, Terri Fallin, Melissa Carol, Cherry Brown, Melinda Paiz, Lisa Wilbanks, K Spears, Pamela Titus. 2nd Row: Dana Caylor, Janice Bradley, Stacy Arrington, Mich Young, Anthony Richardson, Joel Ballew, Andrea Shultz, Tierney Hopkins, Shelly R Greta Jackson. DeAnn Woodruff and Susan Presley plan what to put on the bulletin board. Angel and Richard Robinson plan the Michelle Little listens intently to Ms. d drive. Jones. IOR REPRESENTATIVES - 1st Row: Frances Alonzo, Renee Brown, Tamla Jaggers, Coburn. 2nd Row: Matt Lindsey, Marietta Watson, Kimber Sanders, Kelley Maurer, ryl Scott, Susan Presley. 3rd Row: Ramona Turner, Lisa Hoppert, Edward Johnson, Walker, DeAnn Woodruff, Lynn Nix. am.. .. Tracey Williams and Ramona Turner work on the dating game. Organizations 227 -:slid Cheerleaders and Banner Team Get on Board The Varsity Cheerleaders, Spartan Image, and Banner Team had a lot to cheer about during the 1982-1983 season. They supported the mighty football team and cheered them on to the district championship. The cheerleaders jumped and shouted as the basketball team made strides in district play. These girls were dedicated to spreading spirit to the student body and faculty members. They made tags for the teams and posters and banners to decorate for pep assemblies. This group spent many hours practicing before and after school. They attended the S.M.U. cheerleader Camp dur- ing the summer. The Varsity Cheerleaders, Spartan Image and Banner Team attended all varsity football and basketball games. Their sponsor and ad- visor was Ms. Adams. Cheerleader - Donna Wilson 228 Organizations Front: Michelle Musick, Shawn Cooley, Wendy Kirkpatrick, Kim Dollgener, Donna Will Susan Parker. Back: Dante Ibanez, Ronnie Lovern, Bobby Rolison, John Wells. Dante Ibanez watches while the l lose to Highland Park. Cheerleader - Kim Dollgener Shawn Cooley takes a breather at the Homecoming game. NA. y!, fi w Qixkx ggi? Q BANNER TEAM - Chris Powell, Dante Ibanez, Bobby Rolison, John Wells, Ronnie Bgnngr Tggm -Chris Powell N Lovern. Michelle Musick, Susan Parker and Donna Wilson Spartan Imggg - Bobby Rolison stay dry and warm at the Roosevelt game. Banner Team - John Wells Wendy Kirkpatrick begs the defense to 230 Organizations hold those Bears. Susan Parker is all smiles at Razz-Ma- Banner Team - Ronnie Lovern Banner Team - Dante Ibanez Michelle Musick, Kim Dollgener, Shawn Cooley, Wendy Kirkpatrick, Donna Wilson and Susan Parker are cheerleaders for the champs. Ibanez, Ronnie Lovern, Chris Powell and John Wells can't the Scots scored against the Spartans. Cooley, Donna Wilson, Susan Parker, Michelle Musick and Dollgener watch the T.J. drill team at halftime. Wendy Kirkpatrick, Kim Dollgener and Shawn Cooley are really "mean, mean, mean." VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Wendy Kirkpatrick, Kim Dollgener, Michelle Musick, Susan Parker, Donna Wilson and Shawn Cooley. Organizations 231 'I f - 1 l WS V-I-C-T-O-R-Y for the Spartans against Spruce- Varsity Cheerleaders and Banner Team fill the hall with spirit. Ms. Adams is a dedicated cheerleader sponsor. Bobby Ftolison urges the Spartans to another victory. 232 Organizations The Varsity Cheerleaders ride with the winners. nur, Michelle Musick kisses her new boyfriend, Sammy Spartan. Kim Dollgener has the Spartan beat J.V. Spreads Spirit The J.V. Cheerleaders helped spread spirit and supported Samuell athletic events. The ten cheerleaders made tags for the freshman and junior varsity teams each week. This group attend- ed the S.M.U. Cheerleader Camp in the summer. They received one outstanding rating, three ex- cellent ratings and one superior rating. The J.V. Cheerleaders went to a cheerleader competition sponsored by The Dallas Mavericks and the Coca Cola Bottling Co. The girls received an excellent rating in their division. The highlight of their even- ing was cheering for the Mavericks during the game. The cheerleaders were sponsored by Ms. Hall and Ms. Dunbar. Sponsors - Ms. Dunbar and Ms. Hall. V if T? The J.V. cheerleaders say, "When our team is up, you're down." 234 Organizations gi Xl The 1982-1983 J.V. Cheerleaders The J.V. cheerleaders build up spirit Kathy Fisher. Tammye Williams, Carlton Booker. Tina Jacobs. Flene Renfrow. Deaf Cheerleaders Have Spirit Leading cheers with sign language may seem unusual at some schools. However, it was an ordinary part of Samuell's pep assemblies and athletic events. The Deaf Cheerleaders decorated a special hall for homecoming with the help of the pep club. They made spirit posters to hang ,near the gym. The Deaf Cheerleaders attend- ed all of the football games. Three dances for the deaf students were given by the cheerleaders during the year. Their sponsor was Ms. Hartwick. ' Tina Jacobs Tammye Williams Q Kathy Fisher Carlton Booker Rene Renfrow Organization 233 fe Melissa Dorrough Karen Gunstanson and Karen Carder are on their way to another victory. Carolyn Bradley has spirit even bet- Carolyn Bradley Weefl classes. Tammy Suiter Melissa Dorrough has the Spartan spirit. Organizations 235 Karen Carder is "victory" bound. Hope Haynes Beth Hope Haynes stretches out before the Spruce game. Organizations Hairgrove Cheerleading is an armful for Angie Thompson. Melinda Paiz Angie Thompson Beth Hairgrove gives Tammy Suiter a lift in the J.V. Assembly. The J.V. cheerleaders present their pom-pom Karen Gungfgngon routine at the Woodrow Wilson game. Janice Bradley Angie Thompson, Melinda Paiz, and Hope Haynes are on top. Organizations 237 1982-1983 Award Winning Starlets . ' 4 ' 'S . S A e nn in L ,. Managers: Leslie Eliason and Kristi Stout Starlets Sparkle One of SamueII's most spirited organizations was the Starlets, sponsored by Ms. Phelps. They spent many early morning hours learning and practicing routines for performances at football games, basketball games, and in pep assemblies. This group attended the S.M.U. drill team camp last summer and won fifty-one individual rib- bons. Two first place trophies for outstanding performance were won by Kellie Pannell for marching and dance. The officers won two trophies, one for their home routine and the other for most improved group. These girls brought thirty-one blue ribbons and five red rib- bons back to Samuell after attending officer camp. Starlet Captain, Kellie Pannell and First Sr. Lieutenant, Cindy Perez, were chosen as members of The All American Drill Team. First Jr. Lieutenant, Kelley Maurer, was inducted into Who's Who in American Drill Teams. The annual drill team talent show, Starlet Ftevue, was held on March the 14th. 238 Organizations Sponsor: Ms. Phelps if ,, gi-Www: - 62 ' if, f'- ' ' ,, 2' 'Way , p if v.. r ' - 'fl 7ffE'f1!1v ' if ff , li: -5 - F , K F we ' ' ' ,Ma ww 1 'GJJ31 . 'Sf '?:i.: , . V H , F ei., , , , , ,,-, " ' ' H N b.,, iz L, ,, . . km ' Q r ,Q I v ...AJP l ' First Sr. Lieut.: Cindy Perez .14 " Captain: Kellie Pannell ,.. 1 Q I- -it 7 .. In i 1. W 52510 5, 'V H zfwlsyw dir ff ,, 'if' Bi W , up W wf i im, ff' ' Q "Zi ir H2 we Wifi Ay M,,, V M4453 .k,, , y , ii VV:ii h My af ' Sr. Lieut: Jill Trantham 982-1983 STARLET OFFICERS - Standing: Jill Trantham, Sheryl Scott, Kelley Maurer, Kimber Sanders. Kneeling: Kellie Pannell nd Cindy Perez. Organizations 239 - - ,, J.. 1 L ,ff J , I 1? . Mary Franklin Michelle Little Kathleen Murphy l ' am: f ,,, isfciaiswgg i',, ' , " I Q M545 ,W , Y , y M, 1 he rrrr, , l xl 5 l I 1 ,ff N- ,,-,iff B -... .fi H Cheryl Blair Jill Grenberry Dei Smith - N-. l lk Leslie Ellason Lori Wheeler Valerie Wright 40 Organizations , r .V.,,,, 'Sl' E W" nu Alt Back: Anita Conley, Valerie Wright, Kathleen Murphy, Michelle Little, Lori Wheeler. Middle: Jill Granberry, Dei Smith, Franklin, Cheryl Blair, Leslie Eliason. Front: Cindy Perez, Kellie Pannell, Jill Trantham. Granberry, Lori Wheeler, Cheryl Blair, and Michelle Little make a victory line at the Kellie pannell is a private Eye for the Spartans game. Organizations 241 JUNIORS - Standing: Sherian Espinoza, DeAnn Woodruff, Michelle Kuykendall, Marietta Watson, Rhonda Lindsey, Lynn Bridges Kneeling: Lisa Serpas, Karen Wright, Sheryl Scott, Kelley Maurer, Kimber Sanders, Karla Littrell, and Darita Pool. x V - ta ,xy Kelly Maurer and Sheryl Scott just can't wait until the forks come. Kimber Sanders has got the beat. Marietta Watson loves being a Starlet. Lisa Serpas dreams of being a ac Starlet. Organizations v "M-.. 'www' 'Y"s Manes, Phyllis Brown, Melinda Morris, Tierney Hopkins. Kneeling: Monya Mathis and Barbra Gregg. Mandy Byrd and Kim Pitts line up on the sidelines at the Mes Barbra Gregg and Renee Manes are in the Twilight Zone. quite game' ' Stout watches Sherri Sims time Phyllis Brown cheers the "Super" Spar- Tierney Hopkins watches the B.A. Bells long it takes senior Starlets to get tans to another victory. Standing: Andrea Shultz, Sherri Sims, Kim Pitts, Kristi Stout, Mandy Byrd, D. D. Hicks. Sitting: Lisa Lockmiller, Kellie Pannell, Cindy Perez, and Kelley Maurer ac- cept their American Drill Team awards while Ms. Phelps watches. Lori Wheeler says Stop! ln the name of love. 244 Organizations COUNCIL - Back: Cindy Perez, Ms. Phelps, Jill Trantham. Middle: Kathleen Murphy, Sheryl Scott, Kimber Sanders, Kelley Maurer, Leslie Eliason. Front: Michelle Little, Cheryl Blair, Kellie Pannell, Mary Franklin and Dei Smith. ...ht Michelle Little accepts Starlet ol the Jill Trantham always listens to Week with pride. Perez with understanding. Verita James gets advice from seniors Mary Franklin and Valerie Wright. r l Cheryl Blair and Leslie Ellason are "all wrapped up" in Starlets. wtf ' aa ii jk, 9 A f 15 f Jr N ' ' , Q fi F A f 4 ' 7 iff 'tt ' 4 l, A Y 1 1 4 f J t l 4: , .K - 'K Us ' 35 , - fl- ' www fi ,.lr.A T l vvvfr T Ms. Phelps tells Dei Smith there will be an afternoon practice. Tierney Hopkins and Barbra Gregg are "dedicated" Starlets. Murphy, Kelley Maurer and can do pyramids too! We N wav rs-W Kellie Pannell and Jill Trantham kick the Homecoming habit. The 1982-1983 Starlets welcome Woodrow with open arms r' , ""'4. ig? xx ,. K. 45 If f W - 4 ' rf is flip: ul , . . .,, , ,te ,B ' K R 1 : V f. t'f'U,t '.P"f ' at Q , " ' t 41 . . . 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This group spread en- thusiasm and support throughout the school. The Blue Jackets at- tended all varsity football games, some junior varsity games and a few basketball games. They decorated the halls for the Homecoming celebration. During each pep assembly the Blue Jackets presented a Player of the Week towel to an outstanding member of the varsity team. The group performed a pom pon routine to "We've Got The Beat" during a pep assembly. The an- nual Blue Jacket banquet was held on February 28, 1982. Ms. Arthur and Ms. Serpas served as the Blue Jacket sponsors. 1 Robin Keeton has the Homecoming spirit! 246 Organizations ' .. 5 2mU'Utm:a1J '- Sheri Hatzenbuehler- President Stephanie Coates - Secretary Andrea Penn - Art Director 43-'vii Delores Green - Vice President . if : 'W , .,,...f .. Mawr, ,.,,. 3 . J 1 'wife l ,. ,mm ,J 45. -.. , .4 X. mm i33l'!KL'xJCfl0 4 xg? if N ga at as xii X! R we Q Q 2 t 5 Q , X. 3 , 5 ?Nf ,Q - ,Q W R ,, g mf v 'QT' L 3 ...f""' QQ? , X--cds Q A this A gn Mass f I s , X ,l 'Q QF J f V at 3 ... ,A WS? ,W 'Si 2 get X W N .X ' xp :Jn as K f gg, M me ns F Q sf N tif, V, M- ,. H nz.. ' ,. ',,.i1.....f.f:-,- -, .fm t Zi' 1 1. , 7' W.. 5 . 5 ....... . ., ... . V ,f was If 35.2, I Mfg, ,Q ,S . -- Teresa Rawls - Treasurer Alison Terry - Reporter MEMBERS - Front: Lori Brisendine, Tammy Coates, Front: Shannon Roberts, Lori Brisendine, Carla Perry, Deedra Keeton, Ms. Arthur. Back: Regina Watkins, Sylvia Rouvaldt, Vicky Gonzales. Back: Cherry Brown, Tamie Sullins, Misti Wilkes. Dana Caylor, Michelle Young. ..1.-. -whim ... 'lf J 1, t' Natali Sholes, Vicky Gonzales, Tammy Ledyard, Priscilla Front: Tanya Kelly, Chavela Taylor, Greta Jackson, Stacy Ramirez, Jill Jenkins. Back: Yulonda Smith, Nancee Gwaltney, Hyles. Back: Sheila Talley, Sylvia Salazar, Fonda Boyd, Pam Poteet, Robin Dean, Misti Wilkes. Titus. 5 1' X Z ' X 4 ' NE' Lf. Q 1 51" 1 . "'Lk ' i ez. -. 71,3 fy:-X-:SAY x X. ,kkk ,,, gg: 'ggi' .... M S. ,, -. . V f Q- ,gms Q, 1551 k k N: x -- E rixigm.. X 551Q'?? E555:'? : . 'f'rE5?55c H"' . . -'N ' Sponsors-Ms. Arthur, Ms. Serpas. Student Directors - Beverly Meade, Lisa Hoppert. Organizations 247 5 2 Front: Sandra Doughty, Diane Rodriguez, Molly Yandell, Cindy Herring, Mary Clancy. Back: Lisa Hall, Wanda Greenlee, Denise Tribe, Tammy Coates, Rochell Aguirre. Front: Darla Carpenter, Lara Moore, Valerie Burks, Regina Love. Back: Sabrina Thompson, Laura Ledbetter, Kim Smith, Tammy McHone, Sandy Gibson. Af Beverly Meade, Andrea Penn, Sheri Hatzenbuehler, and Delores Green celebrate the district championship at the cookout. Organizations 3 3 W , Front: Tracy Johnson, Shannon Floyd, Sheree Davis, Regina Love, Robin Keeton. Back: Christie Bevill, Kim Doucet, Cynthia Jemerson, Carla Wallace, Gwendolyn Jones. l -...... Alison Terry and Delores Green announce the player of th week at the Bryan Adams assembly. I I i Front: Teresa Winters, Kim Parker, Leslie Cobb, Tammie Edington, Cindy Dyess. Back: Linda Batchelor, Regina Watkins, Bertha Taylor, Denise Hill. xtknl- e. if . Front: Sherri Crouch, Susan McAnally, Shannon Julsen, Tina Meza. Back: Melissa Carol, Debra Athey, Anita Christensen, Jana Langston, Michelle Byers. The Blue Jackets say, "Hit" Teresa Rawls, Alison Terry and the Blue Jackets "raise their hands." The Blue Jackets decorate for Homecoming Lisa Hoppert realizes the Blue Jackets are doing the wrong cheer! Organizations 249 Deaf Pep Spartans Cheering the varsity football team to a district championship was the goal of the Deaf Pep Club. The group supported the non-hearing and hearing members of the team. The pep club had social functions such as bowling matches and parties. They helped the cheerleaders decorate their hallway for the Homecoming festivities and assisted in the preparations for the Christmas and Spring Deaf Dances. Michelle Honeycutt President, Candy Moore Vice-president, Brette Beasley Secretary, Ms. Hughes Sponsor. Michelle Honeycutt and Brette Beasley sign the pledge of allegiance at the Spruce assembly. Organizations Bottom: Kathy Cato, Candy Moore, Michelle Honeycutt, Bre Beasley, Ms. Hughes. Middle: Rodney Blankenship, Terri Fortu Nancy Gilliam, Shellie Hill, Rose Ann Ammons, Sherry LaRue. 71 Ritchie Bryant, Lynette Voelkle, Machelle Holt, Sandy Sande Sherry Kennedy, Kerrick Rawlins, Kim Watts. The deaf pep club waits for another cheer. om Row Randall Green Curtis Miller David Miller James Lyles. David Moss. Second Row: Mr. row Sheryl Scott Del Smith Kathy Murphy Kimber Sanders, Jamie Cobb, Melissa Smith, Milinda e Kristi Cain Ronald Stout Rhonda Patterson Teresa Rawls, J. R. Parham, Jill Tucker, Kim Yates. d Row William Coffman Brenda Williams Jennifer Coffman, Lisa Antonicelli, Al Tijerina. Fourth Marietta Watson Kelley Maurer Sandi Dreer Tammy Kerry, Karen Kristof, Kristi Stout, Wendy Jerry Lisenbe Tre Winters Steve Gustafson Leslie Cobb. THESPIAN OFFICERS - Kristi Cain, Curtis Miller, David Miller, Kim Yates. THESPIANS 1st Row Tre Winters, Lisa Antonicelli, Lara Moore. 2nd teve Joseph Kristi Stout Leslie Cobb James Lyles. 3rd Row: Ronald Stout, Teresa "Break-A-Leg" The Thespians presented two major plays this year, We Were Young That Year in November and Plaza Suite in April. The Thespians attended a conven- tion December 2nd, 3rd, and 4th in Galveston. Ronnie Stout won 4th Best Technician in the State of Texas. The one act play, Where Have All The Lightening Bugs Gone was presented on March 15th for the P.T.A. and on March 24th at the U.l.L. One Act Play Contest. This year's drama students won 1st place in district and area U.l.L. competition. The Thespians officers were President - David Miller, Vice President - Curtis Miller, Secretary - Kristi Cain, Treasurer - Kim Yates. The Thespian's director was Mr. Morrow. Tre Winters admires Curtis Miller's new shoes. Organizations 252 mga. 2 Best Thespian - David Miller Most Improved Actor - James Lyles Outstanding Junior - Lisa Antonioelli Outstanding Freshman - Tre Winters Organizations S fi. M. Best Actor, Best Student Director - Curtis Miiier Best Actress, Outstanding Senior - Milinda Grice i i Lisa Antonicelli invites Steve Joseph to join her on the bench. 1 Martin Meredith and Steve Joseph joy being young. Ronald Stout, Karen Carder, and Kim Yates rehearse Plaza Suite. Supporting Actor, Outstanding Best Supporting Actress - Sandi BestTechnician-RonaIdStout Steve Joseph Dreer 1st YEAR MEMBERS - 1st Row: Lara Moore, Sabrina Thomp- son, Leslie Cobb, Sandy Gibson, Tammy McHone. 2nd Row: Lisa Antonicelli, Tre Winters, David Moss, Jamie Cobb, Wendy Reed YEAR MEMBERS - 1st Row: Kristi Cain, Tammy Kerry, Tucker, Kristi Stout, Sharon Dollgener. 2nd Row: Stacy Steve Joseph, Curtis Miller. pun'-M-' YEAR MEMBERS - 1st Row: David Miller, Karen Kristof, Jennifer Coffman, Rob Sandi Dreer, Curtis Miller and Kristi Lisa Hoppert, Kelley Maurer, Marietta Watson. 2nd Row: Sandi Dreer, J. R. Cain put on a happy face. Steve Gustafson, Sheryl Scott, Kimber Sanders. Organizations 253 N.H.S. Achieves Being inducted into the National Honor Society was one of the highest honors a stu- dent could receive. Members were noted for character, service, leadership, and scholar- ship. The N.H.S., an elite organization, spon- sored a tutoring program for the students in need of special help. At Christmas the group donated food and other needed items to the Buckner Children's Home. The N.H.S. in- ducted new members on March the 21st at an evening ceremony. There was a spring banquet held on April the 6th for old and new members at Red Lobster. The National Honor Society was sponsored by Ms. Serpas, Ms. Reed, Ms. Bell, and Mr. Battle. ' - 1 year member, " - 2 year member and " " ' - 3 year member. l 2 i Bobby Rolison' ' ' Amber Leffingwell' ' Beth Hairgrove' ' President Vice-President Secretary - Mark Walker' " Lisa Hoppert' ' Andrea Penn' ' . Treasurer Reporter Stu?:gi?r:ggt0" 1st Row: Leslie Eliason, Andrea Penn, Beverly Meade, Sheri Hatzenbuehler, Annette Simmons, Billie Johnson, Glenda Nunley, Humphrey. 2nd Row: Kelley Maurer, Sheryl Scott, Kim Coburn, Kim Schupbach, Betty Garcia, Kari Thomson, Susan Presley, Watson. 3rd Row: Beth Hairgrove, Lisa Hoppert, Robert Thompson, Steve Hyles, Bobby Rolison, Amber Leffingwell, Mark Kimber Sanders. 4th Row: Kenneth Davis, Brette Beasley, Donna Wilson, Lisa Antonicelli, Mark Euziere, Toi Haynes, Rosalind Bridget Wilson, Janice Bradley. 5th Row: Gary Cooper, Scott Dunn, Lynell Thomas, Anita Simmons, Kirk Buchanan, Renee Pitts, Wendy Reed, Tamla Jaggers. 6th Row: Maria Sands, Joel Ballew, Matt Lindsey, Steve Barger, Rebeca Hamill, Karen Lawson, Kristi Stout, Shelly Reed. 7th Row: Kellie Pannell, Michelle Little, Susan Parker, Cindy Perez. 254 Organizations Brette Beasley' Lori Casebolt' Gary Cooper' Kenneth Davis 1 Scott Dunn' Leslie Eliason' ' Betty Garcia' " Rebeca Hamill Sheri Hatzenbuehler' ' Karen Kristof' Les Lawson' Michelle Little' " Beverly Meade' ' Kellie Pannell' ' Susan Parker' " Cindy Perez' ' Linda Reed' ' Kim Schupbach" Anita Simmons' Annette Simmons' ' Sharon Teel' ' Lynell Thomas' Kari Thomson' ' Donna Wilson' Organizations 255 Lisa Antonicelli' Kim Coburn' ' Rosalind Davis' Shauna Demond' Toi Haynes' Kristi Humphrey Steve Hyles' ' Tamla Jaggers' Billie Johnson' ' Kelley Maurer' ' Glenda Nunley' ' Susan Presley' ' Kimber Sanders' ' Sheryl Scott' ' Robert Thompson' ' Marietta Watson' ' Bridget Wilson' rw Wit 02252 'Lf ,Q ,Q 6 is , 5 ' A "fur f.f?1-tu : Hem ,ts 1 A 4 filth fix' -. ' , The 1982 1983 Olticers are Beth Hairgrove, Lisa Hoppert, Bobby Rolison, Amber Lefflngwell and Andrea Penn. Organizations l i Steve N.H.S. Hyles, a two year member, participates in ' installation. i i 1 4' 1- Q 5 Ak' af 0 vvf W E 4 v W? x as W 2+ lip W, , , ,, It ' 7 x- ' ! ffm-W,fw,Nf . . 2 ,AA,A 1? , V, , A"i wx H w a' . K nf , 5, ' , H 7 V L,,, -I ' f ' , ' ,H ' ,W W V, -,,, E , g , . W The Silent News ls Heard The Silent News and The Reflection were the two publications produced by the journalism students who attended the Dallas Regional School for the Deaf. The co-editors for the newspaper, The Silent News, were Tina Jacobs and Brette Beasley. Floyd Hearld served as editor for the magazine, The Reflection, and Can- dace Moore served as assistant editor. Mr. Valencia assisted in the publications. Mr. Valencia explains that the final copy must be typed on the quad-pak. l l i t l i l 5 Working on The geflecyion igagroup project, Alene Young watches Keith Kissentaner lay out pages lor ' Reflection. 1 t -.., 3 Front Row: Connie Courtney, Alene Young, Katie Pierce, Cathy Templin. Second Row: Candace Moore, Floyd Hearld, Brette Beasley, Tina Jacobs. Third Row: Susanne McCaa, Nancy Gilliam, George Vaughn, Debbie Odom, Mr. Valencia, Michelle Honeycutt, Keith Kissentaner, Stanley Polk, Steve Henry. Brette Beasley and Tina review a copy of The Silent 258 kj- ,,,.,. ...- if '4,.,... Carpenter, Jerry Perez, and RoseAnn Ammons get a kick out of watching Gayla and Kim Watts practicing for the darkroom. Blankenship practices rolling the he works in the darkroom. Trying to meet a deadline Rene Renfrow and Duke Jones develop pictures for The Silent News. Gayla Melaun, Ms. Hatch, Kim Watts. Middle: Joe McClure, Jason Milligan, Jerry Back: RoseAnn Ammons, Kerrick Rawlins, Ms. Howell, Lonnita Cave. lt's a Snap! The photographers in the Day School for the Deaf took pic- tures for the journalism classes. Their photographs were published in The Silent News and The Reflection. Ms. Hatch was the photography sponsor. tg - gg k I S .. 1 i , ,.., l R, Q ..1. N ,,,, , K 1. ' ' a s T z krkh I K ,Q aaa ' R' T 'Q Rene Renfrow, Richard Kent, Tommie Markham, Duke Jones, and Robert Phelps are the fihh period photography class. Richard Kent checks to see which print is best. Organizations 259 The Sentinel Staff Strives for Excellence Free copies of the school newspaper, The Sen- tinel, were given to students on the opening day of school. Staff members worked before school began to prepare this opening day issue. Color was added to later issues of the paper for the first time in four years. Ms. Bell, The Sentinel sponsor, had a staff of ten Journalism ll students and six- teen Journalism I students. The staff entered U.l.L. competition and attended Journalism Day at the Loews Anatole. The group toured the Times Herald building in the fall. The Most Valuable Staf- fer was won by Beverly Meade. 5 '. Sheri Hatzonbuehlor Editor-in-Chief Lb. . 13,5153 'es Ba ronesa Null, , , lhixfl K .N g 'wt fits NAl'lklXfsx s Q. .. it x -sz. ff . N Ms. Boll Advisor :QW .. . 4 t, . . LIS ..,. fp, 1- im. ,E x THE DAILY rms sf Q i V' .JKT if w Rubber cement always puts Leslie Ellason, Cheryl Blair, and Newspaper layouts drive Beverly Meade up the wall Beverly Meade in a good mood. 260 Organizations in fb sl! 'gf ff .Q 7 Y" A 1 fi 11, 1 " X f1,gg -!" , f,'- ,I -',Akh N K ,f ",': gf Ronnie Lovern Beverly Meade Editorial Editor News Editor km YANKEES ll? Les Lawson Kim Blankenship Sports Editor Feature Editor I Gary Cooper Kathleen Murphy Sports Editor Business!Advertising Mgr. I - Janice Bradley, Cindy Featherstone, Shawn Mick, Lisa Hoppert, Serpas, Dante Ibanez, Kim Dollgener, Wendy Kirkpatrick, Lori Wheeler, Gary Adrea Kelley, Martha Smith, Levi Randolph. Leslie Eliason News Editor Cheryl Blair Feature Editor Y-.2 Pam Murry Typist Flonnie Lovern loses his head after The Sentinel misses a deadline. Organizations 261 Pub is E.T. The Senior Pub was a com- pilation of humorous quotations gathered from senior class members. This publication con- tained senior quotes, senior wills, jokes and dreams for the future. Staff members spent many hours collecting contribu- tions from various seniors, typ- ing, and proofreading the en- tries to the book. The Senior Pub theme was based on a popular movie, E.T. tExtra Ter- rific Seniors - 835. Ms. Adams and Ms. Braden supervised the publication. .., Cheryl Blair is an extra terrific senior! gvueggglegrkpatrick digs and scrapes 'sink Wi fi H by Ms. Adams and editor, Mark Walker Eddie Hernandez has never even heard of "Wind Up." Organizations ,assign categories for next week. Shawn Comey Cam find her iii.. anywhere! ,JN ' Et? i Mark Walker Donna Wilson Michelle Musick Lori Wheeler Amber Leftingwell Parker, Karen Kristof, Kathy Murphy, Lucrecia Mason, Leslie Eliason, Andrea Pen , Dollgener. On Stairs: Sheri Hatzenbuehler, Beverly Meade, Cindy Perez, Jill T Michelle Little, Kellie Pannell, Tracy Cantwell, Kristi Cain. Front: Eddie Hernandez, David Sutton, Ronnie Lovern, Gary Brown, Dante Ibanez. . I ,,,, n The 1982-1983 TORCH Staff On the Right Track The 1983 TORCH staff was on the right track this year. The group won many awards at the S.M.U. annual summer camp sponsored by Taylor Publishing Corn- pany. The Best Overall Award, the highest given, was presented to the Samuell staff for their outstanding cover design, layouts and theme. The TORCH photographers also won various awards at the camp in- cluding, First Place Action Photo - Bill Lindley, Second Place Action Photo - Rob Stokes, Third Place Best Photo - Michelle Musick, and Third Place Depth of Field Photo -- Michelle Little. Much time was spent assembling and organizing the materials for this year's annual. Many hours were spent in the ciassroom, before and after school, on staff development days, at home and at extra curricular ac- tivities to meet the .deadlines and complete the publica- tion. The staff chugged along, stopped at every station and reached the final destination. Ms. McCollum devoted her time and energies to the success of the yearbook. t a t Kathleen Murphy Donna Wilson Freshmen, Student Life, lndex P Editor-in-chief Bill Lindley Photographer . 4 -it Michelle Little Kim. Mitcheil Photographer Sophomores, Organizations Organizations 263 Ticket?- soid Here S Annette Simmons Karen Kristof Freshmen, Organizations Seniors, Grganizations, index Amber Leffingwall Seniors, Student Life Jill Granberry Ms. McCollum Marisa Martinez Sophomores, Student Life Advisor Sports 264 f Organizations lda Reed shuffles through senior pic- Danlelbanez Marietta Watson es for oandids. Sports Juniors, Organizations Kellie Pannell Kimber Sanders Freshmen, Student Life Juniors, Student Life Susan Presley Michelle Musick Tracy Cantwell Juniors, Organizations Photographer Business Manager, Academics, Organizations 265 .f""5" WW, . W W 'ggi 1 K H9451 .. is always a good sport 4-Y' 'F' Q...AwwXX , Q 3 fix f"K H 1' 5 Rf Wwe XX s rg, KIM' L. Mc-Gollum gags herself with a cropper Michelle Musick: and Bill Lindley er reading Donna Wilson's captions. guilty as charged: no pictures. athleen Murphy and Karen Kristof find a new friend. Amber Leffingwell smiles: only 168 pages to go. are Sieve Gustafson Art Editor, Organizations r l 1 1 l Annette Simmons is relieved to be finished. .iv P Y Y Y Y ' gym M5 ll! EVM 268 Academics CONDUCTORS -A '1ff73T3T'5, 5 Bw? : Z. ff, -35.0 ,, ,.-hair" 35?-QRS? L 1-Avg' .A 2-5:1-asf. bf 'J C' ?-FN CN 0?- Y rf ' " no ,,..,,,,ZfIQ'.-., ,,,. ..... . .. . Es'-X-U,4,,,,, ..... ...,..1:k '..-- .... ...,. -...... ...- --.- .. -....,.5g::,,.. f s--N-.--1 75" ' 1 'r' ,525 -- - 5 -'.-""'-"'-.'- 3 sfiiffh 5: f 'sf-+1 3 e 5, ' S ff' 'lm-"an 0 1 wif' ' wifi t- Af 2 - ' " fwEp."?ff: - 2 .' , ' 1, 3. '- ' "'! 5 'LZ' ' r:. ' bfi c 9 3,-' 2 1545 i gx4:Lf.:"fA9 'px-., .-" k.- Q ,.- fa. .J : - S K- w 101.--:-': 9 l' I-'K tj. N-1.3 'rxf 'ni' iffy? :E J ICE, x' - '.-'K--"' I 1-ff-Mg"-,f'.9: '- M.: 3 za 11 1: 1 : 1 ' Q. ir- .xqvf ..' Qfdlgw- , Q 79, :: - . , ff . V. . - f . 5211- -QQ..-" 'ig' 9 51 cf jgfq-' E :'s6'fX8z.: Q 0 Tx . -HE?-':'1?.-. ? E 1. I -wsu, ' 1 -'rf I . 1 :5'7i3Fd1'-'.'.'-'- '52 A 22 P ' : ' " ,' flag? 2 E 1 -- F-.gf , . 25,1-. 1 ,AM . o 5 'I 5,Q5g1:," : " : Las' -, .- - ."x Wu: .I . '-.1gJ,Q,4,3,-' K+- ---- -I . -'LN--r sg-5:-xx-1 533' QL, P 1 cam QQJQQCQ i CQQDCGD BIQYIIIIIUI IHIHYEWI Academics 269 In Dedication To Mr. Bill Stevenson This year the senior class and TORCH staff were proud to dedicate the 1983 TORCH to Mr. Bill Stevenson. He began teaching at Samuell when it opened, twenty-seven years ago, and has taught history and government. In the past he has been the TORCH, Sentinel, and Pub sponsor. He was a true Spartan. Mr. Stevenson was a devoted teacher and a faithful friend to the students at Samuell. He was both liked and respected by the student body and faculty members. His easy going character and cheery smile made him an asset to Samuell High School. This man was known for his practical jokes, oral tests, and whistling in the halls. It was for his dedication to students, loyalty to the school, faithful service, and friendly character, that we dedicated the 1983 TORCH to Mr. Bill Stevenson. M ummM-Nseat.af: .,,t 4 mas:- Mr. Stevenson reminds students of the major test on Monday. 270 Academics Mr. Stevenson thanks the seniors and TORCH staff. ' , :' We f I -,,. Amber Leffingwell and Karen Kristof escort Mr. Stevenson to stage. Agia... ig-,fvm . ki-- .....,,.. ,, .. Teachers get tired too. if Mr. Stevenson whistles while he walks. Mr. Stevenson can't believe everyone turned in a worksheet. el: Mr. Stevenson points out one of the duties of the ICC to Kelley Maurer. Mr. Stevenson ponders one of his stu- dent's questions. Academics 271 Mr. Filgo Leads Faculty and Students To the Students of W. W. Samuell: Three years ago I was assigned to your school as it's sixth principal. Three years ago l accepted a new challenge. It has been a good three years. This year has had its high points as well as some sad points. We have had students who have excelled and students who have failedg yet, most of us have made progress. As a school, we have represented the district in football as champions, in basketball as runner ups, and in one-act play as champions. As l write this there are still opportunities for other winners. To the class of 1983, you have been a friendly class with a strong desire to please and to do well. You have a good basic foundation. The rest is up to you. To the classes of 1984, 1985, and 1986, step into the shoes left for you by the classes that have gone before you. They want you to do well. They will be watching you and following your progress. They will Mr. Harold J. Filgo 95 59 8 9 3 5 5' C Q GJ Q, -4 :E 9 ' I' Q U m -' O 2 O' F" fb -U -1 ETF T' O CD 3- H 1 W " 'rl 9- " Q- ga C 51 5 "' 'D 0 W S' fr Q U' cn ' Q E S Q- 0 c 5' 9' -- I! 4 m Q. : 3 ra' fb 22 U 9- 'l fn 'D 5 -4 0 Q. 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I trres j if sreitsst A 3 l gi J9: M 1 Vff- 1 gf it ,.,, an PM 'A' 9' M f it if 272 Academics Principals Assist Three people who assisted in keeping the school running smoothly were the assistant principals. Mr. Bratcher was in charge of Student Administration. He was responsible for student welfare, school ad- ministration, and discipline. Mr. Shelley, who was in charge of Stu- dent Personnel, was concerned with the safety, discipline, and welfare of the student body. He planned and supervised many senior activities. Mr. Rodriguez, Dean of Instruction, was responsible for instructional pro- grams, curriculum development, counseling services, and classroom instruction. Mr. Shelley shows off his new hat at the Valentine's Dance. Mr Shelley and Mr Fllgo discuss the weather at the Bryan Adams game. Academics 273 vf l Ms, t V.l.P.'s Help StUd9l'ltS The registrar, counselors, librarian, principal's secretary and the nurse helped students in day to day life at Samuell. These people served the students by answering ques- tions, giving advice, taking care of schedule needs and assisting with problems. if f - " 1. is lui . Y X A . L X ss X 'i 2 t s . t ts X sat as N A 3 Q ' 4. i as X is as . X me X X X . , H VT- ' 'YW' 'Tait . ., , K . Mr. James Bruner Counselor CIBMOH PrinCi0aI's Secretarv W- S s, 4 'z XC Q K? sf ssXYl4?.v'S 4 mmm ii Q X., 5 . 5 . - , si K R ,Q K x N sex XO 'RB as NT N N ' X Q 'Kiss sg ,E .X is Q l l 3 Ms. Charlene Ms. Carolyn Fulton Ms. Sallye Hallum Librarian Counselor Q Ms. Mary Hawkins Ms. Erma Lewis Registrar Counselor Ms. Sunderland checks Lisa Antonicelli's blood pressure. l E f f Q.. ff? f 6 s R Mr. Bruner helps Alfred James select his senior courses. 274 ACademiCS Don't cry Ms. Vining all of your seniors will graduate. F it 3 Ms. Mary Ms. Jean Vining Sunderland Counselor Nurse fs A N ,., - I ' 'lrt..- W' fi ' ' ' , l -. - 5 ' 51. ki 'Q . Q. 3 .J . '.l.ssi...f.gtg, Mt my Q A ,,,., gi: vw J , ng Q s. N em l t Ms. Fulton inspects the arrival of r books. ls. Betty Abbott Ms. Betty Bennett Ms. Lee Clayton Ms. Virginia Cobb Library Clerk Teachers Aide Typist Library Clerk Gwen Hughes Ms. Inez Marshall Clerk Counselors' Clerk Hughes is happily at work in the prin- office. Floy Epps Ms. Joyce Mr. Raymond Ms. Nema Principal's Feuerbacher Greens Hollingsworth Secretary Principal's Clerk Study Center Clerk Clerks and Paraprofessionals Assist Students and Teachers The clerks and paraprofes- sionals performed a variety of jobs at Samuell. This group consisted of library and teacher's aides, clerks and typist. Each assisted in the smooth running of the school. Ms. Laura Perez Ms. Kathleen Smith Ms. Jane Trollinger Ms. Linda Counselors' Clerk Study Hall Study Hall washington Attendance Clerk ABS! MS. 'f ,f Perez says, "Did you sign in?" Ms. Shirley White Mrs. Veda Wright Attendance Clerk Tardy Room 117 Academics 275 gl' wx Ms. Jewel Adair Ms. Linda Adams Ms. Betty Bell Ms. Peggy Braden Ms. Mary Elizabeth Ms. Excell Gregg English English, Sr. Pub, English, Journalism, English, Speech, Sr. Crawford English Cheerleading Sentinel, N.H.S. Pub English MS- Sefpas and 'WC"e"e Uwe Compare ME52,EZEf'3ffff" "ri?e3'31i2.'S' Ms'PE23lYs'Eu"en Ff2Z2i'fi'Ffi'H'?5Z? notes "' the TORCH assemmy- cheerleading English, Tonci-l French club, N.H.s Grading papers is Ms. Adams favorite job. English and Foreign Language Enrich Lives The English department provided courses in Ma. Gayle Rhoads Ms. Judy Serpas Ms. Eddie Statler Spanish, Spanish English, N.H.S., Blue English Club, Allied Youth Jackets both basic grammar skills and indepth literature studies. Each student was encouraged to choose the class designed for his individual needs. Students wrote research papers, gave musical presentations, read novels, analyzed short stories, increased vocabulary and learned to meet deadlines. Students enrolled in the foreign language classes not only learned to speak Spanish and French fluently but also learned about the social habits, cultures, traditions and types of foods common in France, Mexico and Spain. 276 Academics Ms. Stafford says, "Not another call slip." Ms. Sikes and Ms. Daniels discuss the new co-op schedules. . '... Ms. Thomas is proud of Lisa Serpas' error-free typing paper. Mr. Rice grins and bears his third period accounting class. Ms. Pat Brown Ms. Vivian Daniele Mr. Charles McRae HECE, HERO V.O.E. Lab, O.E.A. ll ICT, V.l.C.A. Jolene Aicklen V.O.E., O.E.A. I Mr. Ben Rice Me. Barbara Sikes Ms. Bonnie Stratton Ms. Janet Thomas Business Lab, CVAE, V.O.C.T. DE, DECA Shorthand, Typing General Business Co-op and Business Prepare for Future Business skill such as short- hand and typing were taught in the co-operative education and business courses. These classes prepared students by providing skills in job training and in communicating with others. Academics 277 Fine Arts Perfect and Perform The fine arts department at Samuell included art, music, drama, and speech. New techniques were taught in the art classroom. The music and drama classes were involved in various produc- tions which upheld the high Samuell standard. Students involved in speech learned to speak in front of groups and give presentations. F, NYY? 1 ssfl . we Hi K f Y is tt s zram, .. sa., 1 ..iE , ' 1 -S :'i 2 Mr. Crook says, "Find your note and stay on itl" Special Teachers MI. CIOIIIOIIIU cI'00k . . Mr. .left Morrow Ms. Rebecca Czrrgeaifggghilrga' Theater Arts, Thespians, Robertson X JESTERSI ' Am. History, Government Art, Ceramics Mr. Bill Wartes Band, Lab Band, Government XX sig' pl K Ms. Patty Peterson Special Education 2 Mr. David Whisler Ms. Rita Lopez Orchestra Special Educatior Ms. Dolores Shavers Ms. Sandra Willianl Special Education Special Educatior for Special Students Special education classes were designed for handicapped students and slow learners. These courses helped students to reach their potential. 278 Academics Mr. Wartes dreams of a two hundred piece band. Mr. Bonny Allen Drafting, Industrial Ms' Joyce Mr. Heliodoro Cantu Techni Armstrong 1- ques' Homemakin FHA has 'CS Architecture 9' .f Mr. Dave Crnfton . Mrvgondcaamon Industrial Techniques, Irs' Shea? Evan? 00 S op slrrs Basketball omema 'ng- Foster Ms Mabel Tucker Ma Linda Yater fgrfghggwer Hornemaking, FHA Homlemaking, FHA if JAG' Clamon says, "Two minutes until the Homemaking and Industrial Arts Train Students Homemaking enabled students of both sexes to understand the challenge of developing a smooth running household. Courses such as home fur- nishings, child development, home and family living, consumer education, and home management were offered at Samuell. Industrial Arts offered classroom training in wood, metal, plastics, industrial techniques, power mechanics, general drafting, architecture, and technical drafting. These classes helped students make wise career choices. Coach Grounds, Coach Edwards, and Coach Stokes enjoy the reception for the District Champion Samuell Spartans. Mr. Cantu explains plastics to Mr. Crafton. Academics 279 Math Sums It Up Required and elective courses were offered to students enrolled in math. All students received basic instruction in general math for daily use. Other courses prepared students for advanced mathematics in college. Ms. Russell says "V marks the spot." Ms. Arthur goes for the ball in the student faculty volleyball game. 280 Academics Me. Pam Arthur Algebra, Geometry, Blue Jackets, Tennis, Keywanettes Q Mr. Herm Gilmore M,2'CfhjI"'jj' gag" FOM, Health, Girls ' 9 Track, Soccer 5 Ms' Florence Ms. Patricia Ruuell M? Dorothy Moody Pipkins FOM. Algebra, Trig, yping, Algebra Elementary Ana ysls, Algebra, MOCE Math Club . --,- , 'La ,Q ze? ' ,., , - 1 . 15' ,Q f A Ek? 'MA' gf-1 Dr. Margaret Steere Calculas, Math Tutoring Club k .,.:55.:55g.-.. . .kr . -- ek, V . is .lg V V Mr. Battle gives Kevin Bene and Gwendolyn Jones a few pointers in math. Mr. Bob Sybert Computer Math, FOM, Mr, Johnny Golf, Computer Math Algebra, FOM Club 1 1 T R sis tt-:1 , X N f at s 3 -A it X it 1, 2 , A,,, ,,.. X , st. 4, T: ,. , l 4 3 N Mn. Maggie Jones Mr. Pete Lawless . . ..'g.::::..f'::::::., mtzwwsss mass: ,Health Swimming, Psychologwsociology' 'Lv' Footbalhv' I Histg: Am History Football ' Student Council Baseball y ' ' i xt-15 Q ity, 'T is ' Y f Mr. Arvel Smith Am. History, V. Football, Head Coach Mr. Doug Scott '-':9':n olE:Ph?g'H Government, Health, 'S Cry' oo a Basketball Q "-- If ' "' 't i-X . 49? i ' Q tg 1 Mr. Jackie Edwards Bill Stevenson Ms. Edwina Wallace Am. History, Government Am. History Government. Football. Girl's Track ' F . L, ..,, t V 'Wt Smith waits and waits and waits Coach McAdams says, "Of course Mr. Filgo. I'm fine." Ms. Wallace feels The Winds ot War. Social Studies Seeks the Past Students studied current events, war dramas and historical biographies in the social studies classes. Texas History, psychology, and sociology along with world geography, world history, American history, and govern- ment were offered in the Samuell social studies department. Academics 281 Ms. O'Pry points the way in physical science. Science Discovers Samuell students were offered a variety of re- quired and elective science courses. Students learned to disect animals, mix chemicals and grow plants. Physical science, biology, chemistry, physics and field biology were offered in the science department. 282 Academics Ms. Ann Brown Mr. Joe Chappell A'gich9"o'l Biology Physical Science Pfsgjal Ms. Beverly 0'Pr3 Physical Science- Mr. Carl Wallace- Biology Mr. Chappell helps Jacquelin Burrell solve the mysteries of science. Jam, Mr. Nicholson says, "You know this chapter worksheet was yesterday." Y W E Gr ,', 'ta f.:.,Ali gr. X J ff A P.E., Health and R.O.T.C. Build Bodies . 'Qt Students in physical education were encour- sergeant!-ienry Ms.Laurenclasco Mr.oaviucrounds aged to participate in daily activities such as Bivins Girls Volleyball, J.V. Biology, P.E., Football, ' ' RO-TIC' Basketbanvpua Powerlifting volleyball, basketball, tennis, gymnastics, and softball. The importance of good nutrition and problems occurring from excessive drug and alcohol use were stressed in the health classes. Students were taught discipline, leadership, and cooperation in R.O.T.C. R.O.T.C. members learned marching drills and the use of firearms. . is 3, fn , , 2 ,. , g' Efesbn. , . . ' 2 ,,, lxqn H VV 1: Bevlgrg Eng Mr. Melvin Peterson Me. Debbie Phelps Socbell P.E. Athletics Starlets, P.E., Health Sergeant Bivins says, "Straighten up soldier." Ms. Phelps just loves her Homecoming mum. 'M An. ach Scott and Coach Grounds take a rest Mr. Wallace shootstheturkey at the Ft.O.T.C. turkey shoot. -'ing passing period. Academics 283 Deaf Education Opens Doors The Regional School for the Deaf offered specialized train- ing and care for many hearing impaired teenagers. Students worked on sign language, speech and general educational skills. Many students were bussed to Samuell for this special school. Mr. Branson has Dance Fever. Teaching does strange things to Ms. Ms. Cross is amazed at the TORCH 284 Academics '1- ft, ff Me. Mattie August Mr. Mark Branson Me. Harlene Cawyer Ml. Audie Cross English, Reading Science, English VOE Speech Ms' ':Aar?1n?unbar Mr. Fred Ifagan Ms. .ludith Ferguson Mr. Larry Flores Chefrlaaaxfhg Ceramics Directed Study VAC, Work ant-1-..a......af' 'gl 'f"L'fi"" Ma. Anne Hatch Ma. Robin Hin un. Teresa ea hfgfhea 'ng' sun cec, Main Health, Earth 'Sv -nf" M T Piering. -5 .1 Ms Diane Ms Mary Ms Glenda Mr. Charles Osler Janice Jones '- - ' ' . Mr. Mike Mitchell SUD Manlkowski McDermott McKmney Readin Program Specialist English, Dir. Study English, Geography English, History 9 Deaf Mr. Mike Partain Ms. Elaine Penix Ms. Kim Piering Ms. Nanci Pogoda Ms. Mary Tobola Ms. Carol Trigg Biol0gy, Health History, Government Reading SUD SUD Theater Arts '- ,... . Q .,,..s . ,M Ms Ellen Mr. Ray Valencia ' - Ms. Brenda Yoder Ms. Barbie Young . . English V""d"'?"'c' sun Homemaking NXZPK. iq 5 W f Music s. McKinney, Ms. McDermott, Ms. Piering, Michelle Honeycutt, Candy Moore, and Brette Beasley listen to the pep poem. llf N, Vs .1 Ms. Fagg, Ms. Pogoda, Ms. Hill, and Ms Yoder enjoy their lunch. Academics 285 Interpreters Sign the Way Interpreters were important at Samuell because there were many deaf students in integrated classes. The interpreters relayed information to the students and teachers. These sign specialists interpreted assemblies along with classroom instructions. When Ms. August talks, Mr. Robertson interprets. l Mr. Nagy cooks dinner the old-fashioned way. 286 Academics Ma. Cindy Allen Me. Donna Allison Ma. Michele Baker I i l Me. Tina Cambell Mr. Ernie Costa Me. De Egan Ms. Sandra Ms. Charlotte ' Goodrich Graham l l Q, 3 N' gm . V A ft , .L Me. Jayne Landis Ma. Cynthia Locke Ms. Melinda Moflitt Mr. Calvin Nagy l a N Q be x 1 - I ' L at S X 55-fl tg if R' ,N N. ' X? c K ,. 1, N at--t 'ZX K , Me. Lucretia Me. Debbie Mr. Dave Needles Rauloreon Robertson STEM 415, + .f -sa.-0-. JSM .X m S , N ,f . . it ., M KR Ms. Emily Ugarte Ms. Mary Vines Ms. Catherine Wilson Me. Connie Smith Ms. Karen Withrow P.T.A. ls Active The Samuell Parent Teacher Association was active this year. The group sold a variety of pro- ducts, including cookbooks and district champion mugs, to raise money for the school which benefitted the students and facul- ty. These members also were in charge of the voting for outstan- ding students and teachers during the school year. The P.T.A. presented plaques to Brad Lemons, Coach Smith, Andrea Penn, Ms. Adams, John Wells, and Ms. McCollum after they were chosen. The Parent Teacher Association assisted in planning some of the 1983 senior activities. Mr Fllgo introduces the faculty as Mrs. Schupbach listens attentively. Academics 287 Cook and Clean The nutritionalists prepared well balanced meals for the students and faculty each day. This year a salad bar was added to the cafeteria. The salad bar provided variety and added spice. The janitors provided custodial care and maintenance for the building. They also moved equipment and furniture at the special requests of facul- ty members. The custodians took care of all janitorial needs. ..... ... , n as Terri Maloy and Louise Brown enjoy the lunchroom food. Front: Ruth Ellis, Helen Hart, Edith Cotton, Sharon Godbey, Song Pina, Ruby Back: Mary Stanks, Nellie Bryant, Hazel Jordan, Freda Cook, Mary Hubbard, Betty l ander, Mildred Brown. ' ' Che r'Dou ht is all dressedu for' N.. iw " 9 y p V y gl, Q. I Chester Shiebert, Kideng Douangmle, Byron Carroll, Samuell Green, Larry Brown. Academics Terri Staines is amazed at how much Rikki Arredondo can consume. Z 4 Ms. Evans knows who is number one. schedules is Ms. Lewis's and Ms. favorite job. three minds of Ron Nelson, Mr. Battle, and Richard McKnight can solve any problem. The play is the thing for Ms. Hall. is - - K gi I ....,, Ms. McCollum, Mr. Filgo, Mr. Shelley, and Mr. Mitchell warm up before the big walk. Through rain, cold, or dark of night Ms. Arthur, Ms. Bell, Ms. Hervey, Coach Hervey, Missy Serpas, Ms. Serpas, and Mr. Serpas support the Spartans. Academics 289 2 WW Mv- VY jkk ..' Q V., q 3 . ': O U 0 4kQ O O ml 'YI K 1 Ill BU ill IW 290 Sports 1 P CATTLE CAR N x S xpyw IX Zu. X982 53.5 w. w fs lx Mu n m. 4 Ci-RTTLIZ CI R 7 1:-1 . . 5. Q fxgq- gw MQ: 1 ,gg ' - an B I 1 1 v- -1 - . 5 - 1- A -. 'r 5 - 15,55 , - .A yy' ' X L LJ , , HN O O Q N. I 1 x f ' . N ,, N1 OXO? OC O COX A nm vw rw lull: O WZKQIR Sports 291 ISTRICT l Row 1: Terry Holland, Vernon Morrison, Anthony Tillman, Toura Nobles, Jay Johnson, Marcus Camper, Dennis Blacknall, Gerald Bennett, 54 Guillory, Coach Edwards. Flow 2: Brad Lemons, Rodney Fields, Ranzy Young, Chip Chalkley, Wayne Mays, Paul Donaldson, Ray Bradford, al Johnson, Derek Bluitt, David Nobles, Coach Grounds. Flow 3: Coach McAdams, Kenneth Ditmars, Alfred James, Eric Sanders, Mike Wallace, Get Brown, Ftikki Arredondo, Robert Fallin, Mark Woody, Melvin Fleed, Shawn Newsome, Head Coach Smith. Row 4: Coach Stokes, Paul Russe Charles Johnson, Archie Carroll, Dedrick Williams, Michael Reed, Jimmy Carroll, Phillip Forbus, Jay VanSyckle, Vince Weldon, Kelly Jones. l Spartans Win District Under the guidance of new head coach, Arvel Smith and his staff, the forty 1982 Varsity Football players surprised the experts by win- ning the 10-AAAAA District Championship with a record of 8-2 for the season. The team was honored with many awards. The team received recognition from Channel 4, KKDA Radio, and Channel 5. The ultimate award was the District Championship. Coach Smith men- tioned that without team cooperation, a good attitude, and a strong desire to win, the squad would not have won as many games. The players advanced to the playoffs and were defeated in Bi-District competition with Highland Park. The Final score reflected the closeness of the contest. 292 Sports 'BH Rikki Arredondo Gerald Bennett Gary Brown Jimmy Carroll Chip Chalkley Quarterback Linebacker Center Tight End Guard l Scotty Scott always "manages" Spartans run on the field at the Spruce game with enthusiasm. it Rodney Fields Phillip Forbus Ramsey Guillory Kelly Jones Jay Johnson Linebacker Tackle Fullback Defensive End Strong Safety Sports 293 Brad Lemons Vernon Morrison Toura Nobles Eric Sanders takes it off lor the Spartans. Guard Guard Fullback Michael Reed Paul Russell Anthony Tillman Wayne Mays Ranzy Young Split End Tackle Fullback Split End Split End Rodney Fields and Dedrick Williams The saddest game, against Highland Park, comes toaclose. think Bryan Sports they could do it better at the Adams game. I x Dennis Blacknall Tailback Brad Lemons and Gary Brown prepare to Raid the Raiders. Kenneth Ditmars Tackle The Spartan defense prepares a full safety BLITZ! .. X . K - X.. - an ,. e , H . ,if "" I 571' 'P - ' ' ...: - sa ,A .A 1 ' - -. ' .1 L Q 6 I i l Jay Johnson is ready for anything. Edward Johnson is all wrapped up in the Highland Park game. Rey Bradford Marcus Camper Tailback Tail back ,,-, Robert Fallin Tackle 'Q Toura Nobles and Paul Russell take a breather at the T.J. game. Sports 295 2 v . U ,,.L,-, YLKLLL LL.... J Varsity coaches are Mr. McAdams, Mr. Edwards, head coach Mr. Smith, Mr. Grounds, and Mr. Stokes. Alfred James Charles Johnson Edward Johnson Fullback Split End Fullback Paul Russell, Kelly Jones and Charles Johnson watch their man slip by. Varsity does the Spartan Locomotive in the Highland Park pep assembly. ' 2'1::l-.ISE :sayin Shawn Newsome David Nobles Melvin Reed Jay VanSyckIe Mike Wallace Kicker Fullback Split End Center Tackle Sports it . :. :h ,:,, - . , ,J-4 Tackle ' Fullback Rikki Arredondo leads the way against Highland Park. Unk Carroll peps up the team in the assembly Vince Weldon Derek Bluilt Archie Carroll Terry Holland Paul Donaldson Quarterback Tackle Quarterback Eric Sandera Dedrick Williams Mark Woody Tailback Split End Guard Coach Smith paces the sidelines at Coach Grounds is the Thomas Jelterson game. Shawn Newsome wi field goal. Sf. confident that ll kick another Sports 297 5 S s s E i i Row 1: Michael King, John White, Joe Contreras, Randall Green, Lenthell Rosemond, Jeff Tarver, Sean Martin, Richard Williams, Mark Carlock, Mike McCoy. Row 2: Anthony Jones, Oscar Cole, Reginald Ross, Dwight Sanders, Theodore Ridge, Casey Carney, Ken Morgan, Tony Jeffery, Steve Wood, Lowell Gifford, Jeff Adams. Row 3: Keith Kissentaner, Saul Soliz, Bobby Sims, Steve Barger, David Askew, Charlie Blair, David Higginbotham, James Selby, David Vines, James Brown, James Ponce, Craig Stevens, Tony Led- ford, Coach Gilmore. Flow 4: Julius Taylor, Mark Euziere, Archie Carroll, Kelvin Dansby, Barron Shepherd, Anthony Brooks, Shane Tucker, Mark White, Frank Johnson, Larry Woodard, Larry Hill, John Clancy. J.V. Stays Tough Coach Lawless stated that the Junior Varsity played well at times, but their mistakes beat them. The team played well as a group rather than with one or two individual stars. The fifty- five member squad finished the season with a 5-5 record. 298 Sports The offense gets set for another play against Woodrow. J.V. defense goes in for the kill in the Woodrow game. Julius Taylor watches the game from the sideline against Skyline. .sf -QW, ,A g Row 1: Coy Worley, Abel Villarreal, Kelby Morris, Darren Wigfall, Chris Henderson, Gilbert Guerra, Stacey Ridge, Kevin Brinkley, Ronald Evans. Row 2: Keith Johnson, Ralph Thomas, Michael Paschall, Ben Kimble, Kenneth Tatum, Billy Montgomery, Terence Lewis, Anthony Smith. Row 3: Coach Oliphant, Mickel McCray, Mark Still, Jason Lester, Bill Cash, James Childress, Mike Morton, Rusty Alexander, Bobby Teal, Darren Land, Coach Peterson. Row 4: Michael White, John Paul Jones, Anthony Richardson, Charles Miller, Kenneth Walton, Greg Titus, Reginald Austin, James Wright, Anthony Webb. Michael Henry takes a refreshing break as Charles Miller and Chris Henderson look on. Q ' X James Wright makes a catch in the Mesquite game. The "Baby Blue" lines up for another play against Mesquite. f , Samuellg.. k.'-k i 'l-,:. 7 iiii 6 it ,t.. lii A cllt 354 t,,t. 1 ... liiss .ti. Freshmen Break Loose The coaches for the "Baby Blue" trained the players and taught them regulations. The team learned cooperation and developed their skills during the season. This year was a learn- ing experience for many players. Sports 299 Varsity Works Hard The 1982 varsity volleyball team consisted of five sophomores, three juniors and three seniors. These girls spent many hours on the courts each morning. The new coach, Ms. Glasco, worked hard with the members of the team. They finished the season with a 3-11 record. Beverly Meade was chosen most Valuable Player by her teammates and coach. Ronda Jackson helps Beverly Meade get ready for the game against S.O.C. Rhonda Patterson jumps to make a good play against Spruce. 300 Sports Lupe Tamez goes for a save. Back Row: Kathy Tulley, Sylvia Jenkins, Regina Brant, Lupe Tamez, Coach Glasco. Row 2: Debbie Pratt, Cathy Templln, Sharon Miller. Row 3: Beverly Meade, Stephanye Vinson, Can- dy Wilson, Rhonda Patterson. Front Row: Ronda Jackson. Ronda Jackson gets ready to make another serve. 3 l The varsity volleyball team plans strategy at the Skyline game. x " i . , 5 .5 2 f ff"' V ' ' , " J t,,. M E li ' 1 e lte P2533 ff f 12 1 eeett 'Q'e Woodrow Bryan Adammw 2 'Q 1 .V A I -"' eaeaal ,S ggi? ' ' '- .fm The varsity is Introduced ln their pep assembly. Glasco plots with her players. As Sharon Miller watches, Beverly Meade bunts. Sports J.V. Serves It UP The 1982 junior varsity volleyball team spent many hours in the mornings learning rules and regulations, and how to spike and serve. This team was made up of sophomores and juniors. Mr. Crafton, a new coach at Samuell, helped his team achieve a 6-8 record. 302 Sports Front Flow: Debra Odom, Norma Johnson, Deborah Kirk. Middle Row: Vickie White, Tina Jones. Back Flow: Alicia McClurkan, Corsandra Parrish, Dianne Brant, Cynthia Cleveland, Coach Crafton. Vickie White serves the ball for another point. Norma Johnson pops the ball right out of the gym. Debra Odom and Corsandra Parrish watch Tina Jones's ball fly over the net. RSM., st ml 1 ss x .K .W 'B' wma B Q E 'R i Flow: Adolphus Maloy, Marcus Camper, Wayne Mays, Marvin Davis, Byron Austin, Juli Macon, Lawrence Chumbley, Frank Williams, Elton Howard, Anthony Neal, Donald Johnson, A -fs -, , -M' sis ' iiisii M ,. ..s,,, - M 455' as -fl,-wfu5.ass1::zs: fn-get.. 1 -1 at . fir iik .z,Qli, ".' -.',, ' 11-- ,srl H ..., X. if - ' ' . -. an 'tx 61 A f'l43 Q 52 S rillii 454 64 F ss, M rrooo . M . . M, , 48 Byron Austin soars with the greatest of S" 6i f MM MM 63 ease, W- Vlli'S0f t 576., C M i V1 .FT - 'Ati-5'ff'LfE5H: Spruce A s.i'i 18 Z B- 522 A 63 ,. if if A stss 65 . . i W ll L5 . . t if' xg . . rrrr T M 5? 69M sMM,M ioii .... MMMA AAMAA M iiii J 2 ' MM., ,,,,, as T 153i Mrii 2 1 Q 77h ross 5 MMAMM M V f ii.. .-'iii' i Lawrence Chumbley passes around the Golden Bears. dn.. M he Q us Taylor. 2nd Row: Earnest Neal, Floyd Coach Scott. At the Top The W. W. Samuell Basket- ball team achieved high goals this year winning second place in district play. Coach Scott said, "This has been one of my most enjoyable years in coaching, not because we won, but because of the outstanding young men I got to work with." Many of the players received special honors during the season for their outstanding performance. The Spartans finished the year with a 19-10 record. A special honor was bestowed on Coach Scott when he was chosen "Coach of the Year" by the other coaches of district 10-AAAAA. Sports 303 Coach Doug Scott Marcus Camper slowly leads the team to another score. 1' S H V2 Wayne Mays gives it his best shot. Sports , 1, il! f Q tg! Coach Scott discusses his plan for the last minute of the South Oak Clilt game The Spartans sink it! Frank Williams puts the ball up against the Wildcats. Byron Austin Marcus Camper Lawrence Chumbley always out- jumps his opponents. How many players does it take to pull down a rebound? rslly Basketball players are Introduced at the Wilmer-Hutchins pep Donald Johnson Coach Scott praises all his players at the Wilmer-Hutchins assembly, Coach Scott shows concern in the South Oak Clift game. Sports Floyd Macon, Frank Williams, and Wayne Mays pressure an opponent from Woodrow Wilson. Marcus Camper takes it down the court. Lawrence Chumbley smiles when it's his turn to be introduced. Floyd Macon Wayne Mays sir? 'ti 'Ls U 'W ll., . fl y K Q , his - , 340 .. . -'F-'-' s M a W f Q , Sig K I srrss Z Q L l ui. 3 E I .5 5 9' 3 5 t 50 i 3 if W :sg , saw u xi 5 4' S it "X if as ,X '15 Q P E fx. 1 X 53 in Y 2- . .A . Q Q 5 Q is F is bf X 3 N4 gg if 35 ga' J .N LLV. t . Lawrence Chumbley, Wayne Mays, and bonald Johnson present a trophy to Mr. Filgo. Anthony Neal Camper doesn't think his shorts long enough. Wayne Mays waves to his number one fans in the balcony. Lawrence Chumbley, Frank Williams. and Floyd Macon are ready for the Apaches. Byron Austin concentrates on his first tree throw. Marvin Davis goes up for a lay-up in practice. EHFDGST Neal .Q ,I 3 -- H A . - af --H. ."". M ,f A 1 ' ,- ' 7 K e 'CQ 5 L 5 y Frank Williams Sports 307 J.V. Shoots The Junior Varsity Basketball team participated in the Woodrow Wilson, Spruce and Carter tournaments along with their regular season. The team consisted of mostly juniors and sophomores. The J.V. team under the direction of Coach Peterson finished the season with a 12-15 record. 1 ..... ., 'riiss n . T... 62... .utuu . T i asi . 69. ,. 66. V k..: V . .. .oit 93 535 't'i y A 32 itt 42 46 63 57,11 . 43 98 70 60 40 67 A ' 55 71 i T 110 72 Bryahmdhrns 172 52 f T 49 63 Kenneth Mitchell shoots from the out- side inthe Skyline game. Sports Back Row: Bobby Daniels, Charles Steele, Alired James, Cedric Hollins, Larry Woodard. Front Flow: Darwin Armstrong, Kenneth Mitchell, David Nobles, David Williams. Coach Peterson introduces the J.V. basketball team. . .KW If Alfred James gets a free throw against Spruce. Charles Steele goes for a against Woodrow Wilson. jump ball -ma--is-SNNQV EL Y ack Row: Keith Johnson, Jason Lester, Tracy Green, Steve Miles, Reginald Austin, arren Land, Charles Washington. Front Row: Kenneth Tatum, Edgar Wadley, Mark Iill. it V H ... V . , .,-, www' ,H ,,., W . ,- ,fm :ff f ,fff .5 ! avg 'M' 1 5 1 3 i 5 """"'--'mu-ww, 7 .......-M-M--MW-?.f V .,.,.:,.....s "fy it y gs. t' -w,wA"Bi+.' ' 1,23 RA : if M- ' .. . -,', h rl K :-, m f, , ,,,:k.7V,, rjyfymk ,- W 5 IF' J 1 ' James Wright sin ks it. if Charles Washington dribbles down the court against Spruce. ,-Q--f-sam - iw ,,,X WW , . ,,t....,, Q12 i .1 at Hoop lt Up The twelve players on the Freshman Basketball team earned second place in district 10-AAAAA competition. They participated in the W. T. White tournament, the Hillcrest tour- nament, andthe Spruce tourna- ment. Their season record was 20 wins and 5 losses. Coach Oliphant was the Freshman Basketball coach. -1 K :ix '.lf S a,s, sse S S EBOARQti , OPPONEN T' FESNMUEU- S.O.C. 34 BA- ,,,, f f 65 SDYUCG CQ 4M ,5,X, W, BA- , , , lr ' i. 777 rrra Wood- 5 gk ROOSG M .V Reginald Austin and Charles Washington guard against Skyline. Sports 309 gf W QW Regina Brant, Ola Rice, Vickie White, Debra Odom, Rhonda Patterson, Sharon Miller. -- ,,A,,g,g.:? ,V ! f . .:2" ' 4-- g ,,., 6 -f .fx ef, .6WA3t'5,,f1ffg,et5,...,,,,,fl,-a-.fx M ff.. -lffufivf -Viet ,,i ,,',, . , .',, ,eein rree f riiiii,, l iiife i eiiiiiiiii iii i , iiii iiio 1 .. . f 1-an V. '1,,S- .,,,, , ,,,. 286.5 , f .:-. ---. 1 I '- L ' "'ii ii'ii, ioe' 4 riii eerrr .S 27 , ., at iiiiii Q ,iiiii iiiir B a rrriii V 28 R S-010-S t rroerr 17 g skyline V iiii 16, Woodrow W 36 O Roosevelt . fi' 36 Spruce .4 29 ' M , yife, Varsity Keeps Playing Besides regular district play the Varsity Girls Basketball team coached by Mr. Crafton, participated in three tour- naments this season. One tour- nament was held in Fort Worth, another was in Irving, and the third was the Dr. Pepper Tour- nament. The team finished with a 1-26 record. Sports .2 V .A .., l ti -7 'Ei ZF -lf, 2- wa s-i, f , fm N S5 'E 3 r 5 X is W 3 Q if 3 1 g a Q t V l 5 ::-- A -Mll ,,f.t ,,,tttt, I L .15 . .. , -tt- if , . ,. ..,. 'SFNM xt. . l Regina Brant ...ss if Debra Odom and Karen Davis are ready for a free throw rebound. Rhonda Patterson drives through S.O.C.'s defense with the help of Ola Rice. ' 5 I 41 If L it was 'f i l ,,,. V We f ,... 'Q X-, -......,,Mr A MMM -f...... .w,,,-,.-a-- ' ' ' Ola Rice concentrates on her next free throw. Coach Grafton gives a pep talk before the Skyline game. Sharon Miller ...Q-f ,,,f"--f .,f-" Rhonda Patterson prepares for her tree throws while Sharon Miller watches. agipnnlesvwlv' li Debra Odom Debra Odom and Rhonda Patterson watch a S.O.C. player shoot. im Rhonda Patterson Vickie White Ola Rice Sports 311 muff, W, L. , . , Q . a sm 455. Coach Glasco has a serious talk with the players about the Spruce game. ARD Latasha Duncan puts a move on Woodrow Wilson. J.V. RGDOUFICIS "This season was a building experience and we look forward to an improved more ex- perienced Junior Varsity Basketball team next year," said Coach Glasco. The J.V. basketball team consisted of sophomore and junior girls. Front Flow: Cassandra Rhodes, Ronda Jackson. Back Row: Coat Glasco, Charlotte Williams, Alicia McClurkan, Latasha Duncal Manager Sherry Jenkins. ' Cassandra Rhodes takes it down the cou against Spruce. Latasha Duncan pulls down a rebound in the South Oak Cliff game. 312 Sports Members of the Cross Country team are Mike Merimon, Virgil Kuykendall, David Moss, and Dante Ibanez. ,, - L- . , .0 ?'.i5it.k " H ., 1 - ' - elf' s 2 ff'Sf12sliififL' ' -- I K I ' I :v . .- W. ,, . ,. David Moss again is one ofthe leaders. gwingiigfwanez gives it an that he has at Dante Ibanez can't wait for the race to be over. The Last Mile The Cross Country team con- sisted of twelve students, most- ly ninth and tenth graders. They attended many meets this season. The runners not only competed in the Dallas area, but in Richardson, Arlington, Lancaster, and Haltom. The Cross Country team coach was Ms. Ballard. The Cross Country team is anxious for the meet to begin. Ms. Ballard goes over strategy with Mike Merimon. Sports 313 ecjrv I W k,,' . I 1st Row: Kevin Brinkley, Dennis Blacknall, Lee Still, Donnie Brown, Stacey Ridge. 2nd Row: Edward Johnson, Chris Webb, Myron Taylol Dwight Sanders, Tracey Smith, David Nobles, Terence Lewis. 3rd Row: Greg Pierson, David Moss, Alfred James, Melvin Reed, Eri Sanders, Theodore Ridge, Stacy Jones. Back Row: Dedrick Williams, Michael Jefferson, Michael Reed, Kelvin Franklin. HURTLERS - Stacey Ridge, Stacy Jones, Michael Reed, SPRINT RELAY - Dedrick Williams, Dennis Blacknall Dwight Sanders, Melvin Reed, Michael Jefferson. Sanders, David Nobles, Kelvin Franklin. On Track The Varsity Track team entered the Spruce Invitational, the McDonald Sunset Invitational, the Richardson Relays, the North Dallas Relays, and the district meet. The team won five trophies, twenty-five medals, and twenty rib- bons during this season. The sophomore 400 meter relay members Lee Still, Eric Sanders, Tracey Smith and Dedrick Williams finished first in the district. Eric Sander set a new district record in the 100 meter dash. Mr. Stokes was the Varsity track coach' Lee Still always comes in first. Coach Stokes 314 Sports 1 g i X' Ai' I , I Melvin Reed has style. James Brown takes his mark. Dedrick Williams sprints to the finish. Shot Put and Discus - Robert Fallin Vince Weldon. 'ii Dwight Sanders hurdles all obstacles. MIDDLE DISTANCE RUNNERS - Chris Webb, Kevin Brinkley David Moss, Theodore Ridge, Terence Lewis. 3 H.. LONG JUMP - Alfred James, Kelvin Franklin, David Nobles. Michael Reed iumps over the hurdle like a pro. 316 Sports MILE RELAY - Edward Johnson, Lee Still, Eric Sanders, Denn Blacknall. we e , , ... 1 . " . 1 17 25 . J' 1 A ' f , ss lllle V JVIIV ,X-. I sf f .. Q ply W, fl .gs 'i'l K Ev ,,, . 5 , f g ...vv .cgi-...c ' gp- ' .MJ--ij' x 5- , 4 j, Q ' A - K-'f 4"f 1 fgQ',--:sei-RMK 1 .X wafers . I .tggggqgmiki-,tw ,.,. .,.b . ,t ,QM Vince Weldon works on his shot put technique. ' nw Michael Jefferson, Stacey Ridge, Melvin Reed are all in the race. Robert Fallin practices throwing the shot put. L0 RELAY - Lydia Norris, Denise Hunt, Ronda Jackson, Vickie tt rot Row: Cynthia Washington, Vickie Patt, Renae Wright, Denise Hunt. Second Row: ,m Daniels, Ronda Jackson, Jo Ann Smart, Stephanye Vinson, Ramona Turner, Coach dwards. Third Row: Verita James, Dianne Brant, Regina Brant, Lydia Norris, Sharon lller. Running To The Top There were fourteen members on the Girls Track team. The team won the Junior Varsity championship for District 10-AAAAAQ they won the Adamson Junior Varsity meetg and they also won third place at the Pinkston Relays. Coach Edwards was the Girls Track Coach. F ?fQ ig - if K fl' 220 DASH - Dianne Brant, Lydia Norris, Denise Hunt. Lydia Norris dashes around the gym. Sports 317 FIELD EVENTS - Verita James, Regina Brant, Sharon Miller, Ronda Jackson l 1 9 y ,ffwiff ff - vm 2 -w x 75 ' f JZJELQW' LW w WWI:-954, ff' gm-iuz, , mf:-if .... :t H ' ' 440 RELAY - Lydia Norris, Denise Hunt, Vickie Patt, Renae Wright Regina Brant runs laps in the gym MILE RELAY - Stephanye Vinson, Jo Ann Smart, Ramona Stephanye Vinson stays in front of Jo Ann Smart and Sharon Turner, Renae Wright Miller. 318 Sports M Top: Vince Weldon, Robby Fallin, Phillip Forbus, Jay VanSyckle, Larry Hill, Brad Lemons. Middle: Coach Grounds, Mike Wallace, James Selby, Flodney Fields, Gary Brown. Bottom: Mark Woody, James Brown, Mark Carlock, and Chip Chalkley. , 39 N .. .. ,. .. Chip Chalkley deadlifts 480 pounds. JamesSelbysquatsunderpressure. Gary Brown builds his body with weights. Robby Fallin has power. Vince Weldon lifts 400 pounds at the Samuell meet. Spartans Have Power Powerlifting, the newest ac- tivity added to the Samuell athletic department, made much progress in 1983. Many students were introduced to the sport when Samuell hosted an area competition. At the Samuell meet the Spartans won second placeg at Sulphur Springs they placed fourthg and at Lake Highlands they won fifth. Coach Grounds was proud of the award winners on the team. Sports 319 . i f f l l :Hel """" -- gi - ,,, ft? rt. A " S " M , Q V ,f . V 4, W. V ,gf Q, .- " V, wi,, Qt, ' ff , ,. 1 , W . Q ,Q Lrg Qt, A V, ajtiwggd' , f,XxYt.l:5g -35351K 1,1 Y 3 O Y .. . ,VVV V ,Q 9 t, . ' 7 'W , Y , 1.-A ,SV I - - f- , ., A- ,,N,,. lffv L W . ' ., . V V? 4 1 4 LL,, ' ' ' ' ' ' 1' ' . fl . . .E ' ""' 1 tltl it ' I V 5 ' to 5 " " g ,fi V i , V. at 'Vkf xg, 1 Mlbf K if - 3 -f, b mi!! ,. My r K ' ' M. -5.1 ' f'?'fi237??i fx. V' gl CW V fl t 1 " Q f ' N1 C A 2 4 , V , 1' J.. 4 'U ' . . ,. . , , ,Q - , '5ffl9g',' si V M l V V? WM , cg V V A! , Q ., L in if ,.,.,,, A - V ,Z 31 ' f V S .f ,L,,,,E, ,,W.. Q. . it vi, l V f V. W K of ' 1? V 9 V, if V, , E Kal ding J f Q, . 'V 0 . 4: j r N W, Q15 .,V ,, Xin' N ag, , 5. A , K Q, v I ,ww . F -VVVV 3 -t ' J ' V -' nt. mx' rf . at if V - l llll AV W , 3 . W4 We -' V , gi-Hi, Pi't5si,5.3-fFtfg,Qf'1Vf fi ,t lm. . :V x n U3 ::iz""E'?,V1,QL'8fl9v5 V 1 , Vs. L ., iiuw isfietwwsfa A fQ.".mQA4 , ,,4- .2 . 'ha . , , ' V fi 1st Row: Sherry Alexander, Beverly Owens, Beverly Meade, Darita Pool, Darcus Hawthorne, Christi Current. 2nd How: Alene Young, Diana Martinez, Regina Bruner, Sharon Serrata, Dinah'MontaIvo, Ms. Long. 3rd Row: Della Martinez, Annie Daniels, Toi Haynes, Tammy Vail, Debi Rodriguez. V scones V MV.. . Q ytslll Rooseveltgfti A 'Spruce lV.. Bryan Adams R 3 OV Skyline 6 0 In the Running The one senior, eight juniors, four sophomores and three freshmen soccer team members tied for second place in regular district play. However, the team lost their post season play-off game to determine who would represent the second place team in District 10-AAAAA to Spruce. Three team members were chosen for the all-district team. First team members were Beverly Meade and Christi Cur- rent, and the second team member was Darcus Hawthorne. 320 Sports Darcus Hawthorne Christi Current . ..., K W W n. 1 V M -of sl ,M M23 'i A Rl W il? - - :Q , . if , 1 . 0 A ffl' " K t . ' N .V fx ,IV M V. 11"-' - Sharon Serrata dribbles toward the Bryan Adams' defense. . ..,. , , ,,,,,,.m ft rc M ' - ,.,. V, VV V Va. .. . 5, --- M - X ZmVaV,,,,fq VWM -, VV V A .,..,, I ,Z 5 Ve ' i ' " VV.-. , . ta, -A-VV -- if ' tfsflf it A "Lf."'7"72IfL,4,A1',2afj . QQ' "'fI""...Pf' ftst l : ff Pg g...w Della Martinez clears the ball out as Sharon Serrata watches. Darila Pool warms up before the Madison game. Beverly Owens Alene Young Diana Martinez Dinah Montalvo Annie Daniels and Debi Rodriguez take a short rest. Debi Rodriguez ,, 'Q if 5 'kjjff g lwe,wa:l:f,,1, ,,yw W'f'Wf7m farm , ,, xg: ' , M 4 , W hx A ' fjibv 5 ' i,,4sghML -"' ' 'fQg3f:,L,,.,L,f,. foggy N .4 11,,.1 M- Jim i? , M M is W W1 ,R j a . 41,5 fig 453 ,A A Ma A ix' ivy WM "W" " , , ,aw ' 71 5 ,W ,f 'M Tw 4 -, 1 AQ, , 3:5 2 nrul V if" .- "Tw .MV fi , C, - r sg, s 1 'ill A - f 1, Z, 3550 ,',1. W ai? 6-gil" " JZ- NW 577 372-5 w .,'k, ' '5 i' "'1,.-w . --IE' Tammy Vail paces the sidelines at the S.O.C. game. Toi Haynes lakes control of the ball. The Madison Trojans can't stop Beverly Meade from scoring. Sports 321 On the Ball The Varsity Boys Soccer team consisted of twenty-four players, ten freshmen, seven sophomores, six juniors and one senior. The record for the season was two wins, two ties and eight losses. Troy Smith was chosen for first team all district and Keith Leegood was chosen for second team all district. Mr. Gilmore was the varsity coach. W , ,W Back Flow: Coach Gilmore, Saul Soliz, Jerry Perez, Brad Turner, Theodore Ridge, David Higginbotham, Donald Alexander, Lynn Johnson, Scott Morgan, Bill McCarter. Front Flow: Mike Page, Keith Leegood, Almon Crawford, David Current, Lonnie Stevens, Michael Henry. Keith Leegood is ready to give the ball to the forwards. r aff Gregg Hamilton takes the ball down the field. ,ucv E Almon Crawford David Current Michael Henry David Higginbotham Lynn Johnson 322 Sports s 1 mgtwlwf fs ,t Bryan Jones Av : " if '4 f?i"1 ll -- ' -- W .. -t ' , vfrikff . . W :Q S tl g 'Q .... I -- . xii.. . f E .j Q 'SN W F , J A - '!i14?Ffixg,f,a.st,'2 S - 1 ref i -. Vx ""s.."sxv' ' U f: A at i,'f:'.Q...,Ni K tg QQ. x, , , i. grin-' i t at.,-r K. M, ..v. K ewmai we we ., t kk N ,vw f s ,Q x R, I it w 3 . W M as f,t.. ff Qui? V tm w Keith Leegood Scott Morgan R I t, -2 ., f. H A' S.. N1 we ,ml K, A ,... . X, 3 WM X k g, .L GE : it Q 'friyrt 'vL,. Qi, v.3,: -fzamiffi " .-. , Sf X X Q, t K. W 3 we V 1 +4 Q Q tt v .2 v, V' A A Wt ,f,i,,,3gm gk it n SQ ,255 , 4 Q Y' ,, Mike Page Jerry Perez .- Stacey Ridge Theodore Ridge Lonnie Stevens Bobby Teei Michael White Canuto Martinez clears the ball out of danger as Saul Soliz watches. Chris Bene wants the ball to stay on the other side of the field. Sports P s , ri f K f sf stty l Pwiltllig Top: Carl Henderson, Steve Joseph, Cathy Dugan, Matt Lindsey, Jeff Mann. Middle: David Tumey, Joe Feagin, Mike Merimon, Tony Mary Tierney, Sherry Taylor, and Misti Wilkes clown around at practice. Carl Henderson defogs his goggles. Widemon, Shannon Crowley. Bottom: Sherry Taylor, Misti Wilkes, Mary Tierney, Coach Ballard, Pham Nguyen, and Linda Clinkscales. R ,,,. t 5 -. - iill fi i z ge ssss iiot olhi T .,,, ,hisi s B issi This year's Samuell Swim team consisted of fifteen as S t u d e n t S . T h e y at te n d e d 1 t"'-i' S several pre-season meets and 4 - - - - " eng ht zone meets, the district meet and the regional meet. ,t The Swn-n team grew In number M. .wif ., . 9 N and strength this season. The Sherry Taylor swims freestyle to viczonf. ggmermijfn 'S the sw'm 'Gam 1982-1983 swim coach was Ms. Ballard. 324 Sports :Sz 1, ms? Misti Wilkes, Sherry Taylor, Ms. Ballard, Shannon Crowley and Pham Nguyen take break. 1 Y WW ' ,Q llll C l 4 .9 'ik' cz' , fiiiif- ' -A Vy,, T ' L ,6 C ' T l S T My M it fi' as S 1 1 ,, ,,, A . .,,, ,,.,. ,, ,,, , , W i.1 -" VA V V A A ' ' L-,, ji g ,,V, A A,f V? U 5 are L 1 T fi " 6' M6 illll 114315 B46 glsl 4 f o , 'm:A , 3 ,L VVVVV I L if ,X WA,,, kN,AAAW M A Q i! Vill V K ,,,, C N ,y 7' Q ,' , -V is 'V '13 Picture C i Not PA QJAUE T Vivi Y Available lwttufe -Nusa xy '65 Q y f - iill A h F 'L--',f T , f 1 1 . l ,Q fx , li , , 574 V g,'4AUE4,j f if ff gf.-M: ,V QMUQ4 f 5 - 'Ohm E645 1 l l T ff C , WN 6 ff if ij 'FIT IMM EQQ MM T so Linda Clinkscales Shannon Crowley Cathy Dugan Joe Feagin Carl Henderson Steve Joseph Matt Lindsey Jeff Mann Mike Merimon Pham Nguyen Sherry Taylor Mary Tierney David Tumey Tony Wildemon Misti Wilkes ,,,,. 1 f 5 we H fag? K' 3 au' .gmv-'vw A ,Mwwmw Bl' On your mark get set and go Carl Matt Lindsey is ready to go. Ms. Ballard, Matt Lindsey, Carl Henderson Steve Henderson Barnhart and Steve Joseph discuss strategy 513 ' X - " r -M u 'DIZ-M 7' fl ti- ' L nl . f , V if f Q Q, . iw , , . zffn, 'wi ii5,,- f, 1' ' A if a 25- A, , ,- I - . - f , i "k1?H , .. tif, " " L , Q gif' A - f " ' 1 "'-- ' ' fr, r -W" 95- f - -f ' 4 ' " L A: lf' , ,, ,, :D 3 , ff' i . r , , 'Elf' , wmv, yr ' V " , ,Vw 5 fi 't- f ,M , . -, , ,, , T T li , T MY I yy, Q. f, Q, if 5 , f , ...Ii Q v I Wi V M - , A M , , V , , 7, ,f.. , W"'Q.,.,,, t " ' , Q 4 fl . I f 3 s. V V- wif X, I :zH W,,, 'If . , I V. : m M5 ,L , , I J e 1 I ' ,l ' f ' ,ff if - it 1 . ssrl . ' 'Y " 54 i W ff ' 5 V iiifiaiilflli, K , r' I ' '- 1 wi ' "" 5-::,1'1sll,-film ,,,L, , A X ' 5 ' 2552, - -' ' in l , Sports 325 Tennis Team Loves the Game This year was supposed to be a growth year, said Ms. Arthur, but the tennis team improved enough to place high in the district. The team finished the season third in the district with 10 wins and 4 losses. The group entered the D.l.S.D. Fall Tour- nament, the D.l.S.D. Spring High School Tournament, and the Dallas High School Indoor Tournament. They had fourteen district matches. l Seniors Terry Wooten, Eddie Hernandez, Berry Wooten and Jill Trantham pose for a picture. 326 Sports ,l f. lung-5. ., f f l wi K . I , W .W I . -, ' ' l. ,Mtg ,, . in J, ,kk. . ,gh ,,,,,, gg ' 'tk A V mi, ' V ,,," ,K El ' , 1-'V ' i W'-w .4,5 f-' W' f l" V lf . V , , ,ca A -,-. , Q V it QTQEI7 M, LM' 4 H , 5 f .- In, ... HV , af n. l ff' - "-" ' U, l Q A .1 fa, , rg' J V , VL g -- ,, - ' am! -, f,,,1- we 4 ,Q , rw fl we .3 " ?:ff22z'i'ff' :-fir - A' , " '4 5 .,,' 1' T 2 -V 'vf I : , ww 'f 1 , , 121, , fl , V f f , ' ' f L V . 'rrr 'w ir .,, , .lv kkkrk ., , , ,, ., K A ,T Bottom: Lacey Clay, Rita Marsh, Jill Trantham, Randall Green, Arthur Sanchez, Bobbie Howdeshell. Top: Ms. Arthur, Terry Wooten, Eddie Hernandez, Harvey Cobb, Berry Wooten, Ken Rogers, Anthony Tabaniag, and Coy Worley. f l l Gerald Ford takesafull swing. Eddie Hernandez concentrates on the ball. 3453 Rita Marsh perfects herserve. Jill Trantham lobs the ball against Skyline. l i I l Mr. Sybert, Derek Marshburn, Kevin Gill, Frank Todora, Steve Hyles, David Arterbury, Richard Love, Shane Barger. Derek Marshburn and Mr. Sybert watch Steve Hyles putt out. David Arterbury uses all his strength to hit the ball. Richard Love walks down the fairway. Frank Todora aims for the green. Mike Knapp chips onto the green. Sink It Mr. Sybert's Golf team played matches each week. They finished their season by winning 4 and losing 2 matches. The seven member team entered the Dallas Fair Day Tournament, Dallas High School Invitational, Brookhaven Country Club Tournament and the D.I.S.D. District Tournament. Sports 327 Back: Coach Lawless, Les Lawson, Shawn Newsome, Roy Phillips, John Gilliam, Rikki Arredondo, Kelly Jones, Jay Johnson, John Wells. Front: David Fitzgerald, Ronnie Lovern, Steve McMahan, Clifford Hooker, Wence Castellano, Dave Lane, David Askew, James Lane. Another Winning Season The Varsity Baseball team con- tinued the 1983 winning Spartan tradition. The team had a rough beginning, but they got on track and progressed well. Coach Lawless said, "The team had a good season because they got into the state play- offs." However, they were beaten by Lakeview in a two out of three game elimination. Rikki Arredondo was chosen as player of the year in district 10- AAAAA. Retiring Coach Lawless finished his final season with a 13-7 record. 328 Sports - : sat: T A - it .V , f -r tt -,gs W ssl sam Qffsr gif' , Xgskwj 3 f .ssc M . - -sa.: fs. .Q tttzaassisfwrwf'ef:suUf , t,.s,, r ",. i: ,., 1 5 , 1 1 rt- 1 -1t-r, -: ,,'-2I ikff. :ff 5 ' f 't.i 1 f :"'k' "": 1 g L r LREBQABILSS L f C 1 1 golf --Q Y ltir ME N N a ww ,. S556 Z Y Q Q2 7 5 Wx . 1 . . ., 1 ruce ,rt t 3 4 1 sig S 1 LJ Rai Q NA -scf s -..,sQs wn- ff t X ts Q Q A xt., X h ,il s R K s EI f. t . .watt Qtsgask 1 XS i , X QQ K 5 X sg vlinesg 514 a s srys. as -' Q ,yit .S r -Ms? 'f -1 . . - -:'.' - ' :-- 1'i-- ' . 1 Qodfogsgg, iff? -,--' 1 -4' :'. E X 2 f C , S t - -- l - 2 L i t ' P - 'ist s,-- 7-: , Q t 5' 5. -f ..:: ,, -M- -. 1 A 'Qs ' 'u X A F53 a ls Eqiitf-.-15' ,J M Ltiyff K -- :z-S. t . ' Q k s s f if ' :fri . ,. Q -'-, ,',..'- if' Q X li f t? S , ,Aygms-,: X,"',"' A. ,,s?-:IL 'i K as ., s ,,, ff "t' iti" if . xffgr I , . - ,. . X' Wx? ' ii James Lane is prepared for anything. Kelly Jones John Gilliam David Askew shows that outfielders have style. Rikki Arredondo says, "Take that Skyline." l Shawn Newsome hopes for a homer. W, Jay Johnson Les Lawson Sports 329 f Rikki Arredondo ls g 5 5' 1 330 Sports Dave Lane Les LBWSOFI cruises DSSI fhlfd fOl' home plate. John Wells and David Fitzgerald always "manage" well. W. Jay Johnson watches closely before he tries to steal. Shawn Newsome James Lane Wence Castellano ,mv ' , . J, wg, ,- s aj K . Ronnie Chancellor coaches first base. Steve McMahan tips his hat to the Spartan fans. John Gilliam winds-up for another easy Out. Clifford Hooker, David Askew, Dave Lane, and Wence Castellano really stick together. Ronnie Lovern Steve McMahan ',g,i7rg,3 --.,.l.-.,,. i . will A 5. fr David Askew Clifford Hooker Roy Phillips Sports Kelly Jones proves that the life of an athlete is not always easy. -we-Ms ' l i .,., 45 , , V ...af Coach Lawless Flikki Arredondo makes an out at first. Dave Lane is ready and waiting. -, I Back: Coach Scott, Brad Winkfein, Oscar Ruiz, Mark White, Tommy Sanderson, Charles Garden, James Ponce. Front: Edward Busch, Mark Carlock, Wallace Maloney, James Brown, James Childress, Jason Lester, Tim Rodriguez, Mike Carlisle. W , r T J r .r Q as 'iw ' ' .,... Mila uw WM, ,Wm , I Z? , , .,....,, . I A - opponent T SAMUELL -sa ss- , .Mesquite J ,',, 7 3 Sunset 3 2k B A I ,f,1 as E .K 3 Skvfine io. 1 I' . .Q The Junior Varsity Baseball J "il S team, coached by Coach Scott, 1 consisted of twenty-five players. The freshmen and sophomore team members played four games with a final record of 1-3. The season was shortened because many games were rained out. ,. ,,. ,,,,,.,t. . .jr V K 3 -' Tim Rodriguez warms up at the plate. Oscar Ruiz makes a catch at first. Sports 333 .1 if wa ... ... .,,. .,. 334 on g CABO0SE FW,,,M- X .J L..1 L-.I IQ l.--I L-.1 LJ I-I l-.I l.l I- 1 L...1 1, FPAEMP l 1 1 I VME 5? ":::..:"""---i-q' ..i.. g...... Q kv! xxf -A i-f-323i CA11QA0,S,gl ,QJ: iw' + A M - - A ' g Q , 9 0101 wQf1OM, fx QM 1 Ui X BW! E QC IW! Q E Closin 5 The' year has passed and the trains have reached the round- housep Spartans have com- pleted the year with Successful stops along the way. Students enjoyed the long ride because of the goals attained. The Samuell athletic department won first in district football, se- cond in district basketball and second in district l baseball. Groups in UlL cdmpetitionyin math, literaryre-vents, choir and drama were successful. y W Brad Lemons isn't the only senior who shows hisemotions on Senior Day. l'Shawn Newsome munches out betwr classes. f N -, ..- akin wwljggtif 1' efgfyaff f. mem ,,,.,, ,. ' J Seniors celebrate at the close ot the senior assembly. l Cindy Perez slides into summer. i - 336 Closing l 'hotogragihs bring back memories for Tracy Cantwell, Kathleen Murphy, Jill Granberry, lohn Wells, Annetie Simmons and Kelley Maurer. y "fe ., . ll - . .., ",, 5 ' if l V -iz, - - M2 ,i ,iv V ,,,,- A ' -' , 2- i l ll 'l r , .. ,,,1. f , ef' , -ff,-'fi g adey Williams is sad io see-the end ofher K Jeff Boyd isrri happy that Lori Wheeler h school days. Y - ' and Jana Fuller are graduating. derclassmen respeol Troy Murray, Tourafbldbles, Darryl Mackey, Michael Hollins and hnneih Davis. , Lisa 1Serpas and Eddie Hernandez .relive then 1950's at the sock hop. e Giver the long haul students were faced with new challenges. These challenges a were imete by improvements in Samuell test scores, higher at- tendancrgand improved school spirit. The ride was not always smooth, but the journey was always uphill. Closing 337 a Four members of the 1982- 1983 faculty will not board the Spartan Locomotive again. The chief engineer, Mr. Filgo and three conductors, Mr. Steven- son, Coach Lawless, and Ms. Adair retired. They, as well as the other faculty members, ad- ded guidance, love, and sup- port to this year's passengers. l i s K, . ' 2 ii C C 5. 4, .e 1 Shawn Cooley and Jill Trantham say on last goodbye. l l N X... Cheryl Blair and Les Lawson are on their 'way to Richard Robinson lakes a last stroll Tina Jacobs is practicing for the real thing the prom. l through the counselor's office. ' 'Z Kristi Humphrey studies ,for her English - Weldon Crews and Donnalwilson wonder what the future holds for them final exam. W f 338 Closing l : if M The last day of English brings asmile to the faces of Bretle Beasley, Candy Moore and Michelle Lillie and Kellie Pannell remember the michelle Honeycult o good times. K rr M ' i Graduation has finally arrived forthe Senior Blass of 1983. l will i 4 ,S ' !.,' ff Lucrecia Masoneisrft sure if the zipper belongs in the front ofthe back. 1 H Many Spartans have com- jpleted the first segment of the journey of life. Even thoughythey will board various-strains and take separate routes, their hearts will be ylcomiected by tracks that lead to-Spartan Drive. - i Clbaing :sas Dante Ibanez isfaiways on .mi i ur V K, ' fy: Nwiwkiwi I :TI ' f i it f 'Molly Yandeil watches Frank Wisenhunt Lawrence Chumbley' smiles 'because he drag Denise Tribe to lunch' one last doeshave enough credits teigraduate. 2 time, , I o Granberry's back about something. 1 - waitin 'Glendzi Hunley takes her tina! exam i Englishg' i i 1 Commencement practicegis no big deal for David Sutton and LupeiTamez. Chiphfihalkleyiand Jay Johnson reminisce. Sherry Page smiies at thethought of Annette Simmons and Daniel Bassfoxlx graduating. 1 "Dream On." i 340 Closing .qw .f . , ,411 gif "' h' 4 : ' Remem . ,V V ,VW ,," ,,,, ,,.X, V "'. ','- . ' V ' ' 1, f ' f' 'Q'. , v , ", L ' f IN .,, A h f ,Q h , ,f,, . -, Y"" "1b ' --..'-'.' . V ' -'Q" Pnncessififice AutQg1Qba1e Acgderi'fg'19f6nm? f qgg iefii, Barney fl-flark SuwnvedVf180 ays' ' ' . . .' i'f . ' lf' 'V V ',L. 4 V Wuth anVVArfi?Vgg:ual Rose, Punch Card Ballotsfwfere Samuel! -M f'f'f I f-f, Yf'i'i ' . . ,V V' Qr3QifG0wgaSfiBUfHed1 Ashes-TOS 105156 S0h0QiSMi5rex3f 5nQ wfer f i9d '... f4" ',", "--L ".. f y . '-'-, ,'-, : ' "'f V?Q?V :fAfgQgexi6434BNosag 'Theater and Kr! V'VV Q V : .,,-, 5"fW-f:v'fLg,V, ff,i.M5'qfV5-5--M, 1, . Vg' QI 5' ffx, ' f ,,'. 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VV V ' ' ' ' 'I 2 ' ' 1 ' -- A A ,cw 'mv f V ,, p:,f"5fgKgQygf.Vffzg, as QW VV A Freight Many local businesses supported the Samuell student body, and the Spartans supported many of these businesses. Agencies such as Commercial National Bank, Country Shears Hairstylists, Michelin X, Horn Williams Ford, Davis Parker 8. Associates, Symns Flower Shop, Natalie School of Dance, Geddies of Dallas, Paul's Florist, Pete's Jewelers, Metropolitan Tabernacle, Texas Paint 8i Wallpaper Co., One Hour Martinizing, Richard M. Linden, Jr. D.D.S., U.S. Army District Recruiting Command, T-Shirt Corner, Ken's Groom 8t Son, Dot's Flower Pot, Dudley M. Hughes Funeral Home, Jackson's Sporting Goods and Piedmont Pharmac have all Y supported the TORCH by purchasing an ad from the publication. Kelley Maurer, Amber Leffingwell, and Kimber Sanderl take on freight. 'T' I 4- 41o0 . v r n. J p 'Kina ' P 675 . tw? - ei-ff X63 A A s N .0 . x 1 O o 'ol i is KO 0 J -A X F f -:hex l ' 4 mm 475 QT! 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Buckner I - 8-0444 llas, as75227 ' ' ' Da Donna Your senlor year has proven to you and to us that you can handle cha'lengesl You ve done well and let us say once agaln that we re very proud of you Love Mom and Dad Kelley Congratulatlons on your many accomplishments this past year We feel very blessed to have you as our daughter May your senlor year be all you re hoping for Your Lovlng Famlly Clndy It IS hard to belleve your publlc school days are overl You are a ternflc gurl and we are very proud of all your accomplishments and honors We love you dearly Mom and Dad Congratulations to our Sensors of 1983 We have enjoyed knowmg a few of you personally To our speclal Junlors Nothing great was ever achieved without enfhuslasm Enjoy your last yearl The Sanders Sher: We are very proud of your many accomplishments this year May your dreams come true In all your future endeavors We love you and are very blessed to have Greetings Klm Remember to start each day by asking God to take control Then THANK Hlm Mom Vera Mltchell Bull Llfe IS memories and son we want to say Thanks for sharlng all of yours TORCH staff JESTERSI band and cheerleader Senlor year I8 ahead keep up the good work We are with you all the way Love Nannle and Mother Bobby You brightened up my sprung with your smlle Sharing the flnal senlor actlvltles was a perfect endlng to a perfect year Love Andrea Jerrl You have made me so happy these past two years thank you I love you very much Dante Sheryl QE I C next yearj Hope we can stay up with you one more year You and Jeff have glven us a very good education durmg your school years And we have loved every mlnute of It Words cannot ex press the joy prlde and happmess you and Jeff have brought us Our wlsh for you I8 that all this love and happmess wlll be returned to you All our love Mom and Dad 350 Advertisements Marietta Our joy and dellght Wlth many good memories behind look forward to a great senior year Always keep your standards hugh and use your God glven talents for Hrs glory Count your blessings Love Mom Dad and Ted Susan Mlchelle Klm Shawn Wendy Donna Bob by Dante Chrls Ronnle John and Mlke W Ill mass our rldes on the Spartan Locomotlvel Good LucklLove Barbara Dear Brad We love you and we re proud of you and your achievements As long as you keep your love for Jesus and the people around you your top prlonty In your llfe God wlll continue to bless you Mom and Dad Beverly Meade Congratulatlonsll We are very proud of all your many accomplishments Good luck at college Work hard and enjoy every minute of It We are behlnd you 100W Love Mom and Dad Gary Brown The last 12 years have been very special for us You have brought us so much happmess We wish for you the best lute has to offer We Love You 1983 TORCH Staff Tracy Cantwell Jlll Granberry Steve Gustaf son, Dante Ibanez, Karen Kristof Amber Lef flngwell, Blll Lmdley, Michelle Llttle Marisa Martinez, Kelley Maurer Klm Mltchell Kathleen Murphy Mlchelle Muslck, Kellle Pannell Andrea Penn, Susan Presley, Klmber Sanders, Sheryl Scott, Annette Simmons Rob Stokes Lmda Reed, Marletta Watson Donna Wllson What a special group you are I en joyed worklng with each of you I couldnt have had a better group I do appreciate your time and effort A speclal thanks to the editor, Donna Wllson, Mr Fllgo Mr Shelley, and Kelley Maurer, Klm Mltchell Andrea Penn, Klmber Sanders and Sheryl Scott who went the twenty extra mlles M K M - , . . ' l I I I I , . , . 1 9 J 1 1 -s s ' . . . . I such a daughter. Our Love, Momma, Daddy, and Mikey ' , Dad and Mom ' ' I I , - . . . . . , . , - , - ! I 5 I - - l ' l . ' , . , ! I S ' ' - . I . . , . I I - , . . . , - , I , Armstrong, Tracy - 2. Roller Skating Club 3. Roller Skating Club, Woods and Water, DECA 4. DECA, FHA Arredondo, Ftikki - 3. Baseball 4. Football, Baseball, Valentine Court - King, Superlative Bassford, Daniel - 1. Sign Language Club 4. FHA, Golf Beasley, Brette - 1. Freshman Follies 2. VOCCT - V. Pres. 3. FHA HERO - Pres., Deaf Cheerleader, "A" Honor Roll 4. Deaf Pep Club - Sec., Silent News - Co-Ed., Woods and Water, "A" Honor Roll, NHS, Honor Graduate Bellah, Tamara - 1. Band, FHA 2. Band, FHA, FTA, Sign Language Club 3. Band, FHA, Sign Language Club, Sen- tinel 4. FHA - Pres., Sign Language Club Bennett, Gerald - 1. Football 2. Foot- ball 3. Football 4. Football Blair, Cheryl - 1. Blue Jackets, Ice Skating Club, Roller Skating Club, Volleyball, Valentine Court 2. Volleyball, Ice Skating Club, Roller Skating Club 3. Student Council, Sentinel, Woods and Water, SIT 4. Starlets, Spanish Club, Student Council, FHA, Woods and Waters, Superlative, Honor Graduate, Sentinel Blythe, Deborah - 1. FHA 2. Soccer, FHA 4. Soccer, FHA Borrego, Rudy - 1. Choir, Football 2. Roller Skating Club 3. DECA 4. ln- dustrialArts Club, Woods and Wafer Bradley, Tammy - 1. Choir, Freshman Follies, Blue Jackets 2. Treble Choir, FHA 3. Sentinel, Concert Choir, Razz- Ma-Tazz, FHA, Musical 4. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, OEA Bradshaw, Keith - 2. Woods and Water, Roller Skating Club, Industrial Arts Club 4. Woods and Water Brewer, Donald - 1. VOE 3. Bell Choir 4. VOE Brown, Gary - 1. Football, J.V. Baseball, "B" Honor Roll, Roller Skating Club 2. J.V. Football, J.V. Baseball, "B" Honor Roll, Woods and Water, Roller Skating Club 3. Football, Powerlifting, Student Council, Woods and Water 4. Football, Powerlifting, Woods and Water - Pres., Industrial Arts Club - Pres., Sr. Pub., Mr. Samuell Runner-up, Superlative, Sr. Assembly, Honor Graduate Bryant, Johnny - 1. Choir, Freshman Follies, Thespians, M'A'S"H 2. Con- cert Choir, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, SCOA, Thespians 3. Concert Choir, JESTERS! - Pres., Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, SCOA, Band Show, French Club, Most Talented, Outstanding Chorus Student, Sr. Assembly Bullard, Doug - 1. Football, Track 3. Science Fair - 1st place 4. VICA Burney, Gwen - 1. Basketball, FHA 2. Volleyball, FHA 3. FHA 4. FHA Cain, Kristi - 1. Blue Jackets, Roller Skating Club, Sign Language Club 2. Blue Jackets - Art Director, FHA - V. Pres., DECA 3. Blue Jackets, French Club, Thespians, Sentinel 4. French Club - Treas., Thespians - Sec., FHA - Pres., Sr. Pub Carroll, Jimmy - 3. Powerlifting 4. Football, Industrial Arts Club, FHA - Sgt. at Arms, Woods and Water, Most Handsome Runner-up Carpenter, Robin - 2. Pep Club 3. VOE, Deaf "B" Honor Roll 4. Photography Cantu, Debra - 1. Choir, Blue Jackets 2. Spanish Club 3. Sign Language Club 4. French Club, FHA Cantwell, Tracy - 1. Ice Skating Club, Choir, Freshman Follies, Blue Jackets 2. YWPF 3. Speech UIL Contest, OEA 4. FHA - Pres. and Sec., TORCH, Sr. Pub, "B" Honor Roll, Honor Graduate Carter, Gloria - 1. ROTC, ROTC Girl's Drill Team, SIT 2. ROTC, ROTC Girl's Drill Team 3. FHA, HERO 4. FHA, HERO Carter, Sandra - 1. Blue Jackets 2. FHA, HERO 3. FHA, HERO 4. FHA, HERO Casebolt, Lori - 2. "B" Honor Roll 4. "B" Honor Roll, OEA, FHA, NHS, Honor Graduate Cave, Lonnita - 1. FHA 2. Pep Club, VOCCT 3. Pep Club 4. Photography Cawthon, Donnie - 3. DECA Chalkley, Chip - 1. Football, Basket- ball 2. Football 3. Football, Outstanding Lifter Powerlifting Meet 4. Football Chumbley, Lawrence - 1. Basketball 2. Basketball 3. Basketball, Track 4. Basketball, Friendliest, Superlative Cipriano, Rufus - 1. Choir, Singers - Pres., Soccer, Freshman Follies, M'A"S'H, Thespians, Roller Skating Club, Red Cross 2. Woods and Water, Soccer, Roller Skating Club 3. Spanish Club, Woods and Water - Treas., Golf Team 4. Student Council - V. Pres. of MexicanlAmerican Affairs, Woods and Water - V. Pres., VICA - Sgt. at Arms, Friendliest Runner-up Cobb, Elaine - 4. Friendliest Runner-up Coffman, William - 1. Football, Track 2. Track, Thespians 3. Thespians 4. Thespians Clinkscales, Jerri - 1. Band, Concert Band, Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club 2. Band, Concert Band, Roller Skating Club 3. Band Concert Band 4. gpanish Club, Band, Concert Band, EA Coronado, Larry - 3. DECA - V. Pres. 4. Outstanding Industrial Arts Student Cook, Ivan - 2. ROTC 4. ROTC, FHA Cooley, Shawn - 1. Ice Skating Club, FHA, Woods and Water, Valentine Court 2. FHA, Roller Skating Club, Woods and Water 3. OEA, FHA 4. Sr. Pub, Woods and Water, FHA, French Club, Homecoming Court, Varsity Cheerleader, Band Show, Most Beautiful Cooper, Gary - 2. Math Club 3. Stu- dent Council, Sentinel, Perfect Atten- dance, Journalism Award, Honor Roll 4. Student Council, Sentinel, Perfect At- tendance, Honor Roll, Spanish Club, Woods and Waters, NHS, Honor Graduate Cowart, Joe - 2. Roller Spartans 3. City-Area-State WinnerlFood Marketing Series for CDC - DECA, "B" Honor Roll 4. DSME Outstanding Student - DECA, DECA - Pres., ' Q fo 'LJ '3'fg.-'fa ou-Vo Woods and Water, "B" Honor Roll, Honor Graduate Crutcher, Donny - 4. HERO Dale, Michael - 1. ROTC 2. ROTC 3. ROTC 4. ROTC Davis, Marvin - 1. Basketball, Choir 2. Basketball, ROTC 3. Basketball, ROTC 4. Basketball Davis, Karen - 4. Most -Athletic Runner-up Dean, Holly - 1. FHA, Track, Basket- ball 2. FHA, Track 3. DECA 4. DECA Dennie, Craig - 1. Band 2. Band 3. Band, Concert Band, Lab Band, Band Show, Razz-Ma-Tazz 4. DECA, Senior Assembly Diegel, Chris - 1. Football, Baseball 2. Baseball 3. VICA 4. VICA, "B" Honor Roll, Honor Graduate Dollgener, Kim - 1. Blue Jackets, Choir, FHA, Roller Skating Club 2. FHA, Roller Skating Club 3. FHA 4. Varsity Cheerleader, French Club, Sr. Pub, Band Show, Superlative Dullenty, Dale - 1. VOCCT 2. Handbell Choir 3. MCMC construction 4. Hand- bell Choir Dunn, Scott - 1. Concert Band, Band 2. Band, Concert Band, Lab Band, "B" Honor Roll, Band Show 3. Band, Con- cert Band, Lab Band, Section Leader, "B" Honor Roll, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show 4. Band, Concert Band, Lab Band, Section Leader, "B" Honor Roll, Band Show, NHS, Sr. Assembly, Honor Graduate Ellason, Leslie - 1. Blue Jackets, Choir 2. Blue Jackets, Treble Choir 3. Starlets - Manager, NHS, Sentinel, Perfect Attendance, FHA - V. Pres. 4. Starlets - Manager, NHS, Sentinel, Spanish Club, Superlative, High Honor Graduate, Sr. Pub Ellison, Kentry - 1. ROTC 2. ROTC, AFI Gov Honor Guard 3. ROTC 4. ROTC, FHA - V. Pres., Outstanding ROTCStudent Embrey, Teresa - 1. Blue Jackets, Choir 3. FHA 4. FHA Encinia, Norma - 1. FHA, Blue Jackets, Soccer 2. FHA, Cinco De Mayo, Spanish Club 3. HERO, Spanish Club, Cinco De Mayo 4. VOE, Cinco De Mayo, Spanish Club Fields, Rodney - 1. Basketball, Foot- ball, Track 2. Football, Basketball 3. Student Council, Football 4. Football - All District, All-Metro Linebacker, Most Athletic Runner-up, Superlative Fisher, Kathy - 4. Deaf Cheerleader Flowers, Janice - 3. FHA 4. FHA, Best Dressed Runner-up Forbus, Phillip - 1. Roller Skating Senior Credits Tickets , QQ, 0 . - 55 QXGQIT Club, Football 2. Football, Roller Skating Club, Computer Math Club 3. Football, Spanish Club, Weight Lifting 4. Varsity Football, Spanish Club, Powerlifting, Valentine Court, Most Handsome Fuller, Jana - 1. Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club, Woods and Water, Swim Team 2. Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club, Woods and Waters, Swim Team, DECA 3. FHA, Woods and Water, Swim Team 4. FHA, Woods and Water, DECA Galvin, Glenda - 1. Deaf Pep Club, Sign Language Club 2. Deaf Pep Club, Math Computer Club 3. Pep Club - Pres. Garcia, Betty - 3. "B" Honor Roll 4. NHS, High Honor Graduate Gilbreath, Bobby - 1. Football 3. DECA 4. Woods and Water, DECA - V. Pres., "A" Honor Roll, Outstanding Distributive Education Student, Honor Graduate Gooding, Will - 1. Band 2. Band 3. Band 4. VICA Granberry, Jill - 1. Blue Jackets, Choir, Student Council, Freshman Follies, Ice Skating Club 2. Blue Jackets - Treas., FHA, Roller Skating Club 3. FHA - Historian 4. Starlets, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Concert Choir, FHA, Starlet Capers, Sr. Assembly, Friendliest, TORCH Green, Dennis - 2. Track 3. Track 4. CVAE, Sr. Assembly Green, Delores - 1. Blue Jackets, Roller Spartans 2. Blue Jackets, Roller Spartans 3. Blue Jackets, FHA - Art Dir. 4. Blue Jackets - V. Pres., FHA - Pres. Gregory, Denise - 2. VOCCT 3. Deaf Pep Club Grice, Milinda - 1. Blue Jackets, Thes- plans, Choir, Freshman Follies 2. J.V. Cheerleader, Thespians, Choir 3. School Play UlL - Drama, Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, "Blithe Spirit" 4. FHA - Pres. and Hist., Razz-Ma-Tazz, Concert Choir, "We Were Young That Year," Superlative, Honor Graduate Griffin, Jana - 4. HERO Guillory, Ramsey - 1. Football, Basketball, Baseball 2. Band, Baseball 3. Football 4. Football Gustafson, Steven - 1. Thespians, M'A'S'H 2. Thespians, "David and Lisa," French Club, Best Drama Stu- dent, "1984",. "Winnie-the-Pooh" 3. Thespian - Pres., French Club - Publicity, Concert Choir, "Barefoot in the Park," "Never Too Late," "Blithe Spirit," Sentinel, SCOA, Musical 4. Thespians, French Club - Publicity, JESTERS!, Concert Choir, TORCH, Band Show, SCOA, Musical, Superlative, Honor Graduate Hardeman, Melody - 1. Track, Basketball 2. Basketball, Roller Skating Club, YWPF, Spanish Club, Track 3. Basketball 4. Most Beautiful Runner-up Hardy, Joanne - 1. Blue Jackets, Stu- dent Council, Choir, Roller Skating Club 2. J.V. Cheerleader, Student Council, FHA, Treble Choir, Roller Skating Club, Woods and Water 3. Student Council, Woods and Water, FHA, HERO 4. HERO, FHA, Honor Graduate Senior Credits Harris, Frederick - 1. Basketball, Soc- cer, Band Harris. Patti- 3. OEA 4. FHA Hart, Kim - 1. Band, Band Show, Con- cert Band 2. Band, Band Show, Concert Band 3. Band, Band Show, Concert Band, Spanish Club 4. Band, Band Show, Concert Band, FHA - Treas. Hatzenbuehler, Sheri - 1. Blue Jackets, Choir, Singers, Freshman Follies, "B" Honor Roll 2. Blue Jackets - Sec., Sentinel, "B" Honor Roll 3. Blue Jackets - V. Pres., Concert Choir, Musical, Sentinel, "Quill and Scroll," Outstanding Student - Journalism, Most Valuable Staffer, NHS, "A" Honor Roll 4. Blue Jacket - Pres., Sentinel- Ed.-in-Chief, Concert Choir - Historian, Razz-Ma-Tazz - Student Director, NHS, FHA - Pres., Sr. Pub, Musical - Student Dir., "A" Honor Roll, Most Likely to Succeed, Superlative, Salutatorian Hearld, Floyd - 3. "A" Honor Roll 4. "A" Honor Roll, Ed.-in-Chief of Reflec- tion, 2nd Prince of Deaf Henley, Marvin - 1. Band 3. HERO 4. HERO Hernandez, Eddie - 4. Woods and Water, French Club, Tennis, Sr. Pub, Best Dressed Runner-up Hilburn, Cynthia - 2. Track, Pep Club, VOCCT, "B" Honor Roll 3. Pep Club - Sec., "B" Honor Roll 4. VAC Hodson, Nancy - 4. OEA, "B" Honor Roll Honeycutt, Michelle - 1. Pep Club, Sign Language Club - V. Pres. 2. Deaf Cheerleader 3. Deaf Cheerleader, FHA - V. Pres., "B" Honor Roll 4. Pep Club - Pres., Silent News, VOCCT - Pres., Woods and Water, "B" Honor Roll Husband, Brad - 4. OEA ll Ibanez, Dante - 1. ROTC, Soccer 2. ROTC, Soccer - All District 2nd Team, Roller Skating Club 3. Soccer - All District 1st Team, Spanish Club, Cross Country 4. Banner Team, Sentinel, TORCH, Sr. Pub, Spanish Club - Pres., Cross Country, Most Depen- dable, Superlative, Sr. Assembly Jacobs, Tina - 1. Pep Club, "B" Honor Roll 2. Pep Club, Math Computer Club 3. Deaf Cheerleader, FHA, HERO - Sec., "B" Honor Roll 4. Deaf Cheerleader, Silent News Editor, Woods and Water, "B" Honor Roll, Superlative, Sr. Assembly Jefferson, Michael - 1. Track, Foot- ball, Band 2. Band 3. Lab Band, Band 4. Lab Band, Band Jenkins, David - 4. VICA, Honor Graduate Jenkins, Sheila - 1. ROTC, FHA 2. ROTC, FHA, J.V. Basketball 3. ROTC, FHA, Red Cross, J.V. Basketball 4. FHA, OEA, Basketball Jett, Steve - 1. Band 3. Student Coun- cil, Sentinel Johnson, Donald - 3. FHA, Red Cross 4. FHA, Red Cross, Basketball Johnson, Jay - 1. Key Club, Football, Basketball, V. Baseball, Valentine Court 2. J.V. Football, J.V. Basketball, V. Baseball, Soph. of the Year - Baseball, All-District - Center Field, Woods and Water 3. V. Football, V. Baseball, All- District Short Stop, Woods and Water 4. V. Baseball, V. Football, All-District Corner Back, Woods and Water, Most Athletic Johnson, Laquilla - 1. Choir, Blue Jackets, Freshman Follies 2. Blue Jackets, Treble Choir 4. French Club, Concert Choir, Outstanding Business Student, Honor Graduate Johnson, William - 1. Pep Club 2. Pep Club 4. Track Jones, Duke - 1. Soccer, Pep Club 4. Deaf King Jones, Kelly - 1. Woods and Water, Football, V. Baseball, Roller Skating Club 2. Woods and Water, V. Football, V. Baseball 3. V. Football, Woods and Water, V. Baseball 4. Homecoming Court, Football, Baseball Jordon, Lando - 4. FHA Kelley, Adrea - 1. ROTC, Orchestra, Band 2. Band, Orchestra, ROTC 3. Band 4. Sentinel, Wittiest Runner-up Kerry, Tammy - 2. Blue Jackets 3. Thespians 4. Thespians, FHA - Sec., Sign Language Club Kirkpatrick, Wendy - 1. Woods and Water, FHA 2. Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club, Woods and Water, DECA, FHA 3. Woods and Water, FHA 4. Varsi- ty Cheerleader, French Club, Home- coming Court, Sentinel, Sr. Pub, Razz- Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Sr. Assembly KnaPP, Mike - 2. DECA 3. DECA, VICA 4. Golf, Industrial Arts Club Kristof, Karen - 2. Choir, Singers, Blue Jackets, M'A'S'H, Razz-Ma-Tazz 2. Treble Choir, Roller Skating Club, Thespians, Student Council, "1984," Red Cross, "David and Lisa," Razz-Ma- Tazz 3. Thespians, Concert Choir, Sen- tinel, Ouill and Scroll, Musical, Thespian - Sec., State Drama Cast "Blithe Spirit", "Barefoot in the Park", "Never Too Late," Razz-Ma-Tazz 4. JESTERS ! - Hist., Concert Choir, Sr. Pub, Musical - Stud. Dir., Thespians, Razz- Ma-Tazz, NHS, Band Show, Wittiest, Superlative, Sr. Assembly, High Honor Graduate, TORCH Lane, James - 1. Baseball 2. Baseball 3. Baseball 4. Baseball LaRue, Sherry - 2. Deaf Pep Club, Handbell Choir 3. Deaf Pep Club, Theatre Arts 4. Handbell Choir, Theatre Arts Little, Michelle - 1. Blue Jackets, Roller Skating, lce Skating Club, Red Cross, "B" Honor Roll 2. Starlets, Roller Skating Club, lce Skating Club, Red Cross, Starlet Capers, "B" Honor Roll 3. Starlets, Student Council, FHA - Sec., NHS, Starlet Capers, Honor Roll 4. Starlets - Council, Student Council - V. Pres., FHA - V. Pres., Sr. Pub, TORCH - Photographer, NHS, Starlet Capers, Honor Roll, Most Likely to Succeed Runner-up, Superlative, Sr. Assembly, Honor Graduate Lawson, Leslie - 1. Key Club, Fresh. and J.V. Baseball, Ice Skating Club 2. V. Baseball 3. V. Baseball, Sentinel, Woods and Water, All-Metro Academic Sports 4. V. Baseball, Sentinel, Woods and Water, Spanish Club, NHS, Math Club, Wittiest, Superlative, Honor Graduate Leffingwell, Amber - 1. Blue Jackets, l Thespians, Choir, Freshman Follies, M'A'S"H, Spring Play Troupe, Outstanding Actress, Best Female Vocalist 2. Concert Choir, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Thespians, Latin Club 3. Concert Choir, JESTERS!, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Thespians, Band Show, All Region Choir, NHS, TORCH, Outstanding Social Studies Student 4. Concert Choir, JESTERS! - Co-V. Pres., Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Thes- pians, Band Show, All District and All Region Choir, NHS - V. Pres., TORCH, Math Club, Sr. Pub, Most Talented, District 10AAAAA Ready Writing First Place, Superlative, Outstanding English Student, Sr. Assembly, High Honor Graduate Lemons, Brad - 1. Football, Basket- ball, Baseball, Ice Skating, Roller Skating Club, Woods and Water, "B" Honor Roll 2. Football, Baseball, Roller Skating Club, Woods and Water, "B" Honor Roll 3. Football, Student Council, Jr. Class Pres., Spanish Club, "B" Honor Roll, Jr. Class Favorite, Powerlif- ting 4. Football, Student Council - Pres., Spanish Club, Powerlifting Team, Math Club, Woods and Water, Razz- Ma-Tazz, Sr. Pub, FHA, Mr. Samuell, Superlative, Outstanding Boys Athletics Student, Sr. Assembly, Honor Graduate Lovern, Ronnie - 1. Basketball, French Club, Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club, Baseball, J.V. Basketball 2. J.V. Football, Roller Skating Club, Baseball 3. Sentinel, Baseball, Woods and Water, All-Metro Academic Sports 4. Banner Team, Sentinel, Sr. Pub, V. Baseball, Woods and Water, Most Dependable Runner-up, Superlative, Honor Graduate Lyday, James - 3. DECA 4. Soccer, lnd.Arts Mackey, Darryl - 1. Track, Football 2. Football, Track, FHA 3. Football, Track, FHA 4. FHA, Sr. Assembly Mageors, Michael - 2. Thespians, 4. OEA Maines, Mike - 1. "B" Honor Roll 2. "B" Honor Roll 3. DECA, "B" Honor Roll 4. DECA, Honor Graduate Marsh, Kelvin - 1. Choir 2. Choir 3. Choir 4. "B" Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance Martin, Johnny - 2. Baseball 4. "B" Honor Roll Martin, Ronald - 1. Baseball 2. Baseball S. Baseball 4. "B" Honor Roll, Baseball Martinez, Alma - 1. Spanish Club, Blue Jackets, Cinco De Mayo, "B" Honor Roll, Roller Skating Club 2. Woods and Water, Spanish Club, FHA - Treas., French Club, Cinco De Mayo 4. FHA - Hist., Spanish Club, French Club, Honor Graduate Martini, Luciana - 2. French Club, FHA Mason, Lucrecia - 1. Choir, Blue Jackets, Freshman Follies, "B" Honor Roll, Singers 2. Razz-Ma-Tazz, Treble Choir, Concert Choir, Musical - Choreographer, "B" Honor Roll 3. Con- cert Choir, JESTERS! - Choreographer, "B" Honor Rol!, French Club 4. FHA - V. Pres., French Club - Pres., JESTERS I - Co-V. Pres., Sr. Pub, "B" Honor Roll, Musical, Band Show, Valentine Court, Best Dressed, Superlative, Outstanding French Stu- dent, Honor Graduate, Sr. Assembly Massey, Dale - 3. Woods and Water 4. Woods and Water Mays, Wayne - 4. Superlative McCaa, Susanne - 1. Pep Club 2. Pep Club 3. Pep Club, VOCCT, HB" Honor Roll 4. VOCCT McClure, Joe - 1. Football 4. Photography McCullough, Steve - 1. Soccer 2. Soccer 4. CVAE McGahey, Renee - 1. Blue Jackets, FHA 2. J.V. Cheerleader, FHA 3. OEA - V.-Pres., FHA 4. OEA, FHA McGibboney, Stacy - 1. Choir, Blue Jackets, Freshman Follies 2. DECA - Hist., 4. FHA - Pres. McMahan, Steve - 1. Baseball 2. Baseball 3. Baseball 4. Baseball Meade, Beverly - 1. Blue Jackets, Soccer, "A" Honor Roll, SIT 2. Volleyball, SIT, "B" Honor Roll, Soccer - All District, Soccer - MVP 3. Soccer - All District, Volleyball, Sentinel, "B" Honor Roll, FHA, National Journalism Award 4. Volleyball - MVP, Soccer, NHS, Blue Jacket - Stu. Dir., FHA - Hist., Sentinel - News Editor, Sr. Pub, DAR Award, "A" Honor Roll, Most Athletic, Superlative, Outstanding Stu- dent - Journalism, Valedictorian Miskell, Kelly - 1. Blue Jackets, Roller Spartans, Freshman Follies 2. Blue Jackets, Soccer, Volleyball 3. Volleyball, FHA Molloy, Rethea - 2. FHA - Hist. 3. FHA - Hist., Spanish Club 4. FHA, HERO Moore, Candice - 1. Freshman Follies 2. VOCCT - Pres. 3. FHA, HERO, Deaf Cheerleader, "A" Honor Roll 4. Deaf Pep Club - V. Pres., Reflection - Asst. Ed., Woods and Water, "A" Honor Roll, Deaf Queen, Superlative, Outstanding Deaf Student, Honor Graduate Morris, Lee Ann - 1. "B" Honor Roll 2. "B" Honor Roll 3. Spanish Club, "B" Honor Roll 4. "B" Honor Roll, Honor Graduate Moss, David - 1. Football 2. Cross Country, Track, Dist. 2-Mile Champion 3. Cross Country, Track, Dist. and City Mile Run 4. Cross Country, Thespians Motyka, Elizabeth - 1. FHA, Spanish Club 2. FHA 3. FHA, HERO 4. FHA HERO - Sec., Treas. Murry, Pamela - 1. Blue Jackets, Choir, Freshman Follies 2. Blue Jackets, Treble Choir, Red Cross 3. Razz-Ma- Tazz, Concert Choir, Sentinel, Musical 4. Razz-Ma-Tazz, Concert Choir, Flag Corps, Sentinel, Musical, FHA Murray, Troy - 2. FHA 3. FHA 4. DECA, FHA, Sr. Assembly Murphy, Kathleen - 1. Blue Jackets, M'A'S"H, Ice Skating Club, Thespians, Razz-Ma-Tazz, "Scapino," Freshman Follies, Choir, "Wizard of Oz", "Foot- falIs" 2. Starlets, Thespians, Razz-Ma- Tazz, "David and Lisa," Treble Choir, Starlet Capers, Musical, "Winnie the Pooh", "19B4" 3. Starlets, Thespians - Treas., Sentinel, Concert Choir, Starlet Capers, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, "Blithe Spirit", "Never Too Late" 4. Starlets - Council, TORCH, Thespians, Sentinel, Concert Choir - Sec., Starlet Capers - Student Dir., Razz-Ma-Tazz - Student Dir., Sr. Pub, Honor Graduate Musick, Michelle - 1. Blue Jackets, Roller Skating Club, FHA - Treas., "B" Honor Roll 2. Starlets, Starlet Capers, FHA, Roller Skating Club, "B" Honor Roll 3. Starlets, Starlet Capers, French Club, Student Council, Woods and Water, "B" Honor Roll 4. V. Cheerleader, Razz-Ma-Tazz, French Club - V. Pres., Student Council, TORCH, Honor Graduate, Sr. Pub, Band Show, HB" Honor Roll, Most School Spirit, Superlative Nobles, Toura - 1. Most Outstanding Freshman - Football - City and District, Freshman and Sophomore Track Record in 100 m., 200 m., "B" Honor Roll 2. Varsity Football, FHA, HB" Honor Roll 3. Varsity Football, French Club, "B" Honor Roll 4. Varsity Football, Student Council, French Club, "B" Honor Roll O'DonIey, Sheri - 1. FTA, FHA, Blue Jackets, "B" Honor Roll 2. Blue Jackets, "B" Honor Roll, FHA 3. OEA, "B" Honor Roll 4. FHA Page, Sherry -- 1. Blue Jackets, Woods and Water, Ice Skating Club 4. OEA Pannell, Kellie - 1. Blue Jackets 2. Spanish Club, Starlets, Homecoming Court, Starlet Capers, Student Council 3. Homecoming Court, NHS, Starlets - Jr. Lieut., Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlet Capers, Jr. Class Pres., Woods and Water, Band Show 4. Concert Choir - V. Pres., Woods and Water - Sec., NHS, Starlets - Captain, Student Council - Sec., TORCH, Homecoming Queen, Valentine Court, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlet Capers, Sr. Pub, Band Show, Miss Samuell, Superlative, High Honor Graduate Parker, Dean - 1. Orchestra, ROTC 2. grlcohsstra, ROTC 3. Orchestra, ROTC 4. Parker, Susan - 2. J.V. Cheerleader 3. Starlets 4. Most School Spirit Runner- up, V. Cheerleader, Superlative, Outstanding Social Studies Student, Honor Graduate Patt, Loria - 1. Track, Blue Jackets 2. FHA 3. FHA, HERO 4. HERO Patt, Roy - 1. ROTC 2. ROTC 3. ROTC 4. ROTC, FHA Patterson, Joel - 3. VICA 4. VICA Patton, Tina - 1. Blue Jackets 2. Blue Jackets 3. FHA 4. FHA Penn, Andrea - 1. Blue Jackets, Roller Skating Club 2. Blue Jackets, Roller Skating Club, "B" Honor Roll 3. Blue Jackets - Art Director, NHS, FHA, Sentinel - Artist, "B" Honor Roll 4. Blue Jackets - Art Director, District Champion Banner, Nov. Student of the Month, NHS, TORCH, Sr. Pub - Artist, "B" Honor Roll, Most Dependable, Superlative, Outstanding Art Student, High Honor Graduate Perez, Benny - 1. Spanish Club 2. Spanish Club 3. DECA 4. DECA, FHA Perez, Cindy - 1. Blue Jackets, "A" Honor Roll 2. Starlets, "B" Honor Roll Senior Credits 353 3. Starlets, NHS 4. Starlets - 1st Lieut., Red Cross, FHA - Pres., Sr. Pub, NHS, Outstanding Student - FHA, Spanish Club, All-American Drill Team, Band Show, Most Talented Runner-up, Superlative, Honor Graduate. Pineda, Margaret - 1. Blue Jackets, Homecoming Court, Valentine Court, Fresh. Favorite 2. J.V. Cheerleader, Homecoming Court 4. CVAE, FHA Pinson, Timothy - 3. DECA, FHA 4. VOCCT, FHA Powell, Chris - 1. Soccer, "B" Honor Roll, 2. Soccer, "B" Honor Roll 3. Soc- cer, "B" Honor Roll 4. "B" Honor Roll, Most School Spirit Runner-up, Honor Graduate, Banner Team Prince, Broderick - 2. Deaf Pep Club Purser, Kenneth - 1. Roller Skating Club 2. Woods and Water 3. Student Council, Sentinel, 4. VICA Ramirez, Gabriel - 1. Key Club 2. Golf Ramirez, Juanita - 1. ROTC 3. FHA, Spanish Club 4. FHA Ramsey, Ronnie - 1. Football 2. Foot- ball 3. VICA 4. VICA Rawlins, Kerrick - 3. Deaf Pep Club 4. Photography, Drama Club, Pep Club Reed, Michael - 1. Football 2. Foot- ball, Track 3. Football, Track, FHA 4. Football, Track, FHA Renfrow, Rene - 1. Drama 2. Deaf Cheerleader, Photography Robinson, Richard - 4. Best Dressed, Superlative Roberts, Lisa - 1. Blue Jackets 2. Spanish Club 2. FHA - Historian 4. French Club, FHA, Spanish Club, Outstanding Spanish Student Rodriguez, Francine - 1. Drama, Swim Team 2. Drama, Blue Jackets 4. OEA Rolison, Bobby - 3. NHS 4. Spartan Image, NHS - Pres., Most Likely to Succeed Runner-up, Superlative, Outstanding Math Student, High Honor Graduate Rose, Debra - 3. MCMC Food Service 4. MCMC Food Service ROSS, Genell - 1. FHA 2. FHA, ROTC 3. ROTC Russell, Paul - 2. Football 3. Football 4. Football - District Champs Schupbach, Kim - 3. FHA, TAG, French Club, NHS 4. OEA, NHS, Honor Graduate Scott, Gayla - 2. Student Council, Red Cross, FHA 3. FHA 4. OEA, UB" Honor Roll Seaman, Miles - 2. Freshman Follies 3. Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlets Capers, French Club, Lab Band 4. Lab Band, Runner-up Most Talented Seaton, Brian - 2. Handbell Choir 3. VOCCT, Handbell Choir 4. Handbell Choir Sellars, Vinson - 1. FHA 4. VOCCT Simmons, Anita - 1. Blue Jackets, Treble Choir, Singers, Thespians, Freshman Follies, M'A'S'H, The Wizard of Oz 2. Choir, Thespians, "David and Lisa" 3. Concert Choir, FHA, Musical 4. OEA, NHS, Honor 354 Senior Credits Graduate Simmons, Annette - 1. Blue Jackets, Choir, Singers, Thespians, Freshman Follies, M"A'S'H. The Wizard of Oz, "A" Honor Roll 2. Treble Choir, Thes- pians, David and Lisa, Musical, "B" Honor Roll, Razz-Ma-Tazz 3. Concert Choir, FHA - Pres., Musical, NHS, Razz-Ma-Tazz 4. Concert Choir - Lib., FHA - V. Pres., TORCH, Musical, NHS, Perfect Attendance, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Superlative, Honor Graduate Skinner, Brian - 1. Deaf Pep Club 2. Football Smith, Dei - 1. Choir, Blue Jackets, Singers, Thespians 2. Thespians, Treble Choir 3. Thespians, Concert Choir, "Blithe Spirit" 4. Starlets, JESTERS!, Concert Choir, Thespians, Starlet Capers Smith, Martha - 4. FHA, Concert Choir Smith, Randy - 3. DECA, DECA Olym- pics 4. VICA Steele, Marilyn - 2. ROTC 3. ROTC, FHA, HERO 4. FHA, HERO Stuart, John - 1. ROTC 2. ROTC 3. DECA 4. FHA, Industrial Arts Club, Best Dressed Runner-up Sturdevant, Carolyn - 1. Freshman Follies, Blue Jackets, Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club 2. Starlets, Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club, Starlet Capers 3. Starlets, Woods and Water, Homecoming Court, DECA, DECA Olympics 4. DECA - Officer, Woods and Water Sutton, David - 1. Band, Spanish Club, Band Show 2. Band, Spanish Club, Band Show 3. Band, Lab Band, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show 4. Band, Lab Band, Band Show, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Pub Staff, Musical, Starlet Capers, Senior Assembly, Honor Graduate Templin, Cathy - 1. Deaf Pep Club, VOCCT 2. Deaf Pep Club, 3. Basketball, "B" Honor Roll 4. Volleyball, "B" Honor Roll, Silent News Tharp, Scott- 3, CVAE 4. CVAE Thomas, Lynell - 1. Band 2. Band, DECA, Bandshow 3. Band, Bandshow 4. Band, NHS, Honor Graduate, OEA Tierney, Michael - 1. Blue Jackets, Orchestra, Red Cross, Student Council, Roller Skating Club 2. Starlets, Or- chestra, Red Cross, Starlet Capers 3. Orchestra, Red Cross 4. DECA, FHA, Red Cross Tamez, Lupe - 1. Blue Jackets, Red Cross, Volleyball, Track, Basketball, FHA 2. Volleyball, Basketball, Track, FHA, Red Cross 3. Volleyball, Basket- ball, Track 4. Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Red Cross, FHA, OEA, Most Athletic Runner-up Trantham, Jill - 1. Choir, Freshman Follies, Blue Jackets, Roller Skating Club, Tennis, Ice Skating Club 2. Star- lets, Tennis, Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club, Starlet Capers 3. Starlets, Tennis, Starlet Capers, Woods and Water, HB" Honor Roll 4. Starlets - Sr. Lieut., Woods and Water, Tennis, Razz- Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Starlet Capers, Sr. Pub, Valentine Court, "B" Honor Roll, Ms. Samuell Runner-up, Superlative Tutt, Lonnie - 1. Football 2. Band Tumey, Lester - 1. Track 3. Thespians - Best General Tech. 4. DECA Walker, Mark - 1. Band, Thespians, M'A'S'H, SIT, Freshman Follies, Roller Skating Club, "A" Honor Roll 2. Band, Lab Band, Band Show, Thes- pians, "David and Lisa," SIT, Latin Club, Sound Tech., Outstanding Science Student, "A" Honor Roll 3. Band - Asst. Drum Major, Lab Band, Bandshow, Outstanding Science Stu- dent, UIL Spelling Contest - 1st place, Sound Booth Operator, NHS, "A" Honor Roll 4. Band - Drum Major, Lab Band, Student Council, Senior Class Pres., PAC, NHS, SCOA, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Sr. Pub - Editor, Sound Booth Operator, Band Show, Musical, "A" Honor Roll, Most Likely to Succeed, Superlative, Outstanding Band Student, High Honor Graduate Wells, Brenda - 1. Blue Jackets, Choir, Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club, Freshman Follies 2. Treble Choir, Red Cross, Woods and Water, Razz- Ma-Tazz, FHA, YWPF, Roller Skating Club 3. Woods and Water 4. FHA, Woods and Water Wells, John - 1. Baseball, Perfect At- tendance, "B" Honor Roll 2. Perfect At- tendance, "B" Honor Roll 3. Perfect At- tendance, "B" Honor Roll 4. Banner Team, Perfect Attendance, Most School Spirit, Superlative Wheeler, Lori - 1. Choir, Fresh. Class Sec., Roller Skating Club, ice Skating Club, Blue Jackets, Woods and Water 2. Roller Skating Club, Student Council, Woods and Water 3. "B" Honor Roll, Spanish Club, Student Council, Woods and Water 4. Student Council, Starlets, "B" Honor Roll, Sentinel Whitehead, Stacy - 1. ROTC 2. ROTC, Football, Track 3. ROTC, Football 4. Wittiest Runner-up Williams, Larry - 1. ROTC 2. ROTC 3. ROTC 4. FHA Williams, Tammye - 3. VOCCT, Deaf Cheerleader 4. Deaf Cheerleader Williams, Tracey - 1. Basketball 2. Student Council, Basketball, Volleyball 3. Student Council, Basketball, Volleyball 4. Student Council, FHA - V. Pres Wilson, Donna - 1. Blue Jackets, Choir, Singers, Freshman Follies 2. Tre- ble Choir, Blue Jackets, Red Cross, Ice Skating Club, Woods and Water, Roller Skating Club, SIT 3. J.V. Cheerleader, Concert Choir, TORCH - Editor, Musical, Spanish Club, Razz-Ma-Tazz, "B" Honor Roll 4. V. Cheerleader, JESTERS!, TORCH - Editor, Concert Choir, Musical, Sr. Pub, FHA, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Band Show, "B" Honor Roll, NHS, Most Dependable Runner-up, Honor Graduate, Sr. Assembly Wooten, Berry - 1. Tennis 2. Tennis 3. Tennis 4. Tennis Wooten, Terry - 1. Tennis 2, Tennis 3. Tennis 4. Tennis Yates, Chris - 1. Band, Concert Band, Ice Skating Club 2. Band, Concert Band 3. VICA 4. VICA, Woods and Water Young, Ranzy - 1. Track 2. Track, Football 3. Football 4. Football A Adams, Jett ' ' 153, 201, 298 AdamS. Regina ' " ' ' 101 Adkins, Alison ' 206 Aguirre, Rochell ' 171, 248 Alexander, Donald ' 171, 322 Alexander, Rusty ' 299 Alexander, Sherry " ' 133, 220, 320 Altaro, Eluid ' 171 Allen. John ' 171 Alonzo. Frances "' 133, 227, 226, 200, 197 Amador, Carlos ' ' ' 98, 133, 27, 198, 49, 66 Ammons, Rose Ann ' ' 133, 250. 289 Anderson, Cartinus ' ' 153 . Anderson, Yolunda ' 171 Antonicelli, Lisa ' ' ' 28, 29, 133, 227, 274, 254, 256, 257, 202, 35, 48, 251, 252, 253, 67 Arujo, Diane " 171, 206, 225 Arias, Susan "' ' 101, 200 Armstrong, Darwin " ' 133. 308 Armstrong, Margaret ' 171 Armstrong. Sabrena ' ' 25, 153, 27,223 Armstrong. Steven ' ' ' 133 Armstrong. Tracy "" 10, 101, 212, 214 Arndt, Chrystin ' " 225 Arnold, Julie "" 101, 210, 214, 213 Arnold, Steven ' 171 Arredondo. Rikki ' "' 5, 9, 290, 101, 22. 293, 297,36 329, 330, 332, 73,328 Arrington, Stacy ' 226, 171, 200, 201,225 Arterbury, David ' ' 153, 327 Artis, Tony ' 171 Ashcraft, James ' 207, 67 Ashley, Jimmy ' 171 Askew, David " 153, 298, 37, 201. 331, 329 332,328 Athey, Debra - 171, 249 Austin, Byron ' ' 153, 304, 305, 307, 303 Austin, Reginald ' 299,309 Avew,Roben"' 133 Ayala, Erlinda ' ' 153 Aycock, David ' 171 B Bagley, Betty ' 209, 61, 54 Bagley, Stella " 9, 200, 61 Bailey, Cheryl ' ' ' ' 101, 27, 210, 214, 213, 90 Bain, Wesley ' 171 Baker, Lennis ' ' ' ' 101,216 Ballard, Ametra " ' 211 Ballard, Tonya " 21, 153, 167, 202,203 Ballew, Joel ' ' 3,153.16B.226. 200, 201,199 254, 257, 49, 60, 66 Bandru, Gina ' " 133, 190 Banks, Karen ' 207 Barfield, Elizabeth ' 171 Barfield, Johnny " ' 133, 224 Barger, Shane ' 171, 175, 327 Barger. Steve " 153, 298, 254, 257, 190, 193 57 B8fi'lam, Paula ' ' 153, 194 Barnhart, Sheri ' ' 153, 169, 202 Barnhart, Steve ' 21,37,171 Barrera, Lisa ' 209 Basslord, Daniel ' ' ' 3,101,222,340 Batchelor, Linde ' ' 249 Bazis, Albert ' ' 153 Beam, Melodie ' 171 Bean, Regina ' " 221 Beasley, Brette "" Blankenship, Rodney " 153,250,289 6, 101, 250, 288, 285, 34, 257, 254, 255. 91, 87, 339 Beavers, Rosemary ' 185 Beckham, Nancy ' 171, 204 Beddow, Michael ' ' ' ' 101 Bedell, Marshall ' ' ' 194 Bellah, Tamara " ' ' 101, 224, 222, 77, B6 Bene, Chris ' 171,323 Bene, Kevin ' 280 Bennett, Gerald ' ' ' ' 101, 293, 223 Bennett, Norman ' ' ' 133 Benoit, Robert ' ' ' 133, 222 Benoit, Tina ' ' 153 Benson, Charlie " 171 Bergeaux, Terri ' ' ' 133, 201,66 Berryhill, Rhonda ' 171,223 Bevill, Christie ' 171, 248,78 Billings, Beth ' ' " 133, 5, 26, 197 Birdwell, Billy ' ' ' 133 Birdwell, James ' ' 153 Bishop, Sabrina ' ' ' ' 101, 224 Bizzell, Stacy " 153 Black, Denise ' ' ' 133, 220, 222 Black, Kathy " 153 Blaoknall. Dennis ' ' ' 133, 26, 295, 314, 316, 61 Blair, Charlie ' ' 153, 169,298 Blair, Cheryl ' ' ' ' 6, 7, 101, 260, 261, 226 240, 241,' 244, 245, 222: 46, 204. 91. 72, 88, 65, 66 Blankenship, Kathryn ' 171 Blankenship, Kim ' ' ' 133. 261 238 262 . 338 Blankenship, Sissy " 153 Bluitt, Derek ' ' 153, 297 Blunt, Yvonne ' ' ' 133, 223, 55 Blythe, Deborah ' ' ' ' 101, 225, 224 Bobien, Diana ' 195, 171 Bobien, Dixie ' ' ' 133 Bond, John " ' 101 Bonner, Pamela ' ' ' 102 Booker, Carlton ' ' ' 11, 23. 233 Borrego, Rudolph ' ' ' 62, 102 Boyce, Karen ' 171,225 Boyd, Fonda ' 4, 171, 247,61 Boyd. Jett ' ' ' 15, 17, 32, 133, 188, 199, 38 39,41, 190, 192, 193, 77, 337 Bradford, Ray ' ' ' 133,295 Bradley, Carolyn ' " 133, 201, 234, 235, 222, 66 Bradley, Janice " 153, 261, 226, 234, 237, 254 257, 204, 60 Bradley, Tammy ' ' ' ' 102, 219, 234, 237, 247 Bradshaw, Keith ' ' ' ' 102, 216 Brant, Dianne ' 171,317 Brant, Regina ' ' 300, 317, 318, 310 Breazeale, Ricky ' ' ' 133 Brence, 153 Brewer, 19, 102, Brewer, 215 Bridges, 15, 6, 8, Terry ' ' Donald ' ' ' ' 200, 34 Doug ... Lynn . . . 238, 242, 190, 192, 46, 47, 66, 64 Brinkley, Kevin ' 299,171,225, 314, 315 Brisendine, Lori ' ' 153, 247, 248, 194 Britt, Christine ' ' 153 Britton, Michelle ' ' 223 Brooks, Dwayne ' ' 153, 156, 225. 223 Brown, Angie ' ' 10, 153. 201 Brown, Cherry ' 170, 24, 25, 27, 226, 37, 171, 172, 225, 247, 70, 66 Brown, Christopher ' 171 Brown, Donnie ' ' ' 106,143,151, 314 Brown, Gary " ' ' ' 102, 24, 25, 128. 129, 27, 295. 262, 314, 85, 78, 92, 91. 75, 86. 87, 65 Brown. James ' ' ' 298, 333 Brown, James ' 171 Brown, James 171 Brown, Jen nae ' ' 158, 204 Brown, Jerry ' 171 Brown. Phyllis .. 153, 168, 238, 243. 202. 203 66 Brown, Renee ' ' ' 227, 201, 224, 202, 190, 192 204 Brown, Rodney ' ' ' 213 Browning. Rick ' ' 42-9' law" 9.5.36 . 6. liwq '87 et xkgy .rWlgf'k35"?l li .1 O 1 1-. il1Ci9X Q3ls9"v"v xv' 919 1998-9 29" gigwnirlg, Vickie ' ' 27, 293, 297. 154, 223 Bruner, Regina ' 320 Bryant, Johnny ' ' ' ' 15, 16, 18, 10, 102, 189, 188 38, 41, 202, 190, 191, 193,83 79, 63, 68, 86, 87, 57, 59 Bryant, Ritchie ' 250, 172 Buchanan, Jenniter ' 172 Buohanan, Kirk ' ' 15, 154, 254,257,19O,193, 76, 56, 58 Bugg, Steve " ' ' 222 Bullard, Doug ' ' ' 102,216 Burke, Michael ' 196, 172 Burkett, Lana " 154 Burks, Valerie ' 172, 248 Burnell, David ' ' 154 Burney, Gwen ' ' " ' 102, 224, 222, 93 Burrell, Jackie "' 224, 222,282 Busch, Eddie " 154 Butler, Ronald "" 102 Byers, Michelle ' ' 154, 225, 249, 202 Byrd, Mandy ' ' 154, 164, 22, 238, 243, 44, 45, 66 Cadenhead, Oscar ' ' ' ' 103, 224, 210, 217, 212, 213, 91 Cain, Kristi ' ' ' ' 28, 29. 103, 224, 262. 202, 203, 251, 253 Caldwell, Robert ' 195, 172,190,192 Cameron, Janice ' 172 Campbell, Charles ' ' 154 Camper, Marcus ' ' ' 9, 106, 134, 295, 36, 304, 306 307, 303, 69, 70 Cantu, Debra ' ' ' 103, 224,202 Cantwell, Ray " 154 Cantwell, Tracy ' ' " ' 103 224 222 262 263 . . . . , . 264 2e5,267,a4e,so,79,91,337 Capers, Billy ' ' ' 134 Cardar, Karen ' ' ' 134, 236, 234, 237, 53, 252 Carlisle, Michael ' 172, 333 Carlock, Mark " 154, 298, 319, 333 Carney, Casey ' 298, 172 Carol, Melissa ' 170,226,172, 249, 194 Carpenter, Darla ' 195, 172, 248 Carpenter, Robin ' ' " 103, 289, 34, 42 Carpenter, Alex ' ' 154 Carroll, Archie ' ' 154, 297, 298 224, 85, 78,86 Carrozza, Jetty 172 . ...- Carter, Gloria 103 Carter, Sandra ' " 134, 219, 218, 224, 51, 50, 77 Carter, Teresa " ' 220 Casebolt, Chris ' 172 Casebolt, Lori ' " ' 103, 220, 255, 204, 91 Cash, Bill ' 299. 203 Castellano. Carlos ' 172 Castellano, Wence " 154. 331, 328 Castro, Noah ' 172 Cathey. Ouana ' 195, 201, 172 Cato, Kathy ' ' 154, 250, 196 Cavazos, Richard ' ' ' 221 Cave, Lonnita ' ' ' 103, 289 Cawthon, Donnie ' ' ' ' 103 Caylor, Dana ' 21,195,226, 172,247 Chalkley. William ' ' ' ' 104, 128, 129, 293, 319, 76, 92, 65, 340, 96 Chambers, David " ' 134, 50 Chancellor, Ronnie " ' 134,331,205 Chandler. Billie ' 172 Chaney, Ka ' ' 154, 194 Chapman, Christopher ' ' ' 104, 27, 217 Chapman. Scot ' 172, 41 Chapman, Stacy " ' 15, 17, 2, 32, 134, 188, 189 197, 198, 38, 39, 41, 43, 190 191,193,253,63 Cheatwood, Charles ' 173 Cherry. Paul " 154, 207, 208, 61 Childress, James ' 299, 173, 333 Chisolm, Brian ' 173, 204 Chisolm, William ' " ' 104, 219 Christensen, Anita ' 173, 249 Chumbley, Lawrence ' ' ' ' 104, 106, 305, 306, 307, 303 74,340 Cipriano, Rufus ' " ' 14, 104, 128, 129, 217, 226 216, 85, 78, 93, 97 Cisneros, Cecilia ' " 220, 204 Clancy, John ' ' ' 298 Clancy, Mary " 173, 248,222 Clark, Kevin ' 173 Clark, Michael 135 Clark, Mike ' 173 Clark, Shaundra ' ' ' 135, 223 Clark, Tim ' ' . 6 O 4 Index 355 50 Clay, Fonda ' " 135. 224 Clay, Lacey ' 173. 326 Cleveland, Cynthia ' 173 Cleveland, Vickie ' ' 203 Clinkscales, Jerri ' ' ' ' 104, 127, 219, 199, 247, 204 79 Clinkscales, Linda ' ' ' 135, 324,325,204 Coates, Stephanie ' ' 154,246 Coates, Tammy ' ' ' 135, 247, 248 Cobb, Elaine " ' 104, 225, 85 Cobb, Harvey " 154, 326 Cobb, Jamie ' ' ' 33, 135, 202, 203, 251, 253 Cobb, Leslie ' 23, 27, 173, 249, 52, 53, 251 253 Cobb, Steven ' ' ' ' 104, 168 Cobbin, Priscilla ' ' 77 Coburn, Kim ' ' ' 15, 16.98, 135, 150, 227, 200 197, 199, 39, 254, 256, 202: 203, 35, 190, 67,66 Coffman, Jennifer ' ' ' 135, 199, 202, 190, 251 Coffman, William ' ' ' ' 104, 36, 52, 53, 251 Colber1, Weldon ' " 154 Cole, Oscar ' ' ' 298 Cole, Vincent ' 173 Coleman, Duane ' " 135 Coleman, Hazel " ' 154, 196 Coleman, Kevln ' ' ' 208, 61, 55 Collier, Shelley ' 173 Conley, Anita " " 10, 104. 22, 238, 241, 93 Conner, Scott ' ' 154 Contreras, Joe " 19, 155, 298,42 Cook, Eugene ' ' ' 135 Cook, Ivan "" 104, 206, 94, 96 Cooley, Michelle ' 222 Cooley, Shawn "' ' 7, 104, 127, 24, 23, 27, 229 226, 230, 224, 231, 232, 38: 332, 84, 76, 87, 89, 338, 97, 4 Cooper. Gary ' ' ' ' 104, 143, 128, 129, 261, 226, 200, 254, 255, 257, 204, 60,91 Cooper, Sherrin ' 197, 223 Cooper, Sheryl " ' ' 105, 197, 198, 212 Cooper, Timothy ' 173 Cornish, Pamela ' ' ' 135 Coronado, Eddie ' 173 Coronado, Larry ' " ' ' 105, 68, 62 Couch. Harold ' 14 Courson, Donna ' 173, 225 Courtney. Connle ' ' ' 135, 288 Cowan, Joe "" 105, 210, 212, 214, 91 Cox, Dana ' ' 155, 225, 194 Cox, Danny ' ' "' 105, 222 Cox. David Jr. " " ndex 105,95 Cox, Lori ' ' 155 Crawford, Almon " 322 Crawford, Kim ' ' ' 25, 135, 27, 36, 220, 44, 202, 204, 70, 66 Crawford, Steve 155 -6 Creamer, Wanda ' ' 168 Crews, Weldon "' ' 105, 338, 95, 97 Cross, Tammy ' ' 155 Crouch, Kenneth ' ' ' ' 105, 196, 51, 95 Crouch, Michelle ' 173 Crouch, Sherri ' 173, 249, 223 Crowder, Clifford " 155, 196 Crowley, Shannon ' 173, 324, 325 Crutcher, Donny ' ' ' 105, 215, 95 Cruz, Gloria ' ' ' 135, 150, 27, 215, 66 Cruz, Mary ' ' ' 135, 196,50 Culton, Tonya ' 9, 173, 225,69 Current, Christi ' ' 155. 320 Current, David ' 195, 173, 190,322 Curtis, Michael ' 173 D Dale, Michael ' ' ' ' 11, 105, 208 Dandridge, Jerri ' ' ' 220, 207 D8HiBlS, Al'lf1l8 ' 173,320,321 Daniels, Bobby ' 308 Daniels, Kim ' ' ' 135, 317 Daniels, Travis ' 174 Dansby, Kelvin "' 155, 198 Dansby, Taquite ' 207, 174, 225, 223, 55, 54 Darby, Mike ' 174 Davault, Larry ' 222 Davenport, Tammy ' ' 155, 194 Davis, Anthony ' ' 155, 206 Davis, Mimi " ' 155 Davis, Eldred ' ' 155 Davis, Karen ' ' ' ' 105, 112,225,310 Davis, Keith ' ' ' ' 217, 216 Davis, KBflI18il'i ' ' ' ' 105, 215, 225, 254, 257, 91, 337 Davls, Marvin ' ' ' ' 105, 225, 305, 307, 303, 88 Davis, Ronald ' 209, 208 Davis. Rosalind ' ' ' 135, 206, 209, 254, 256, 257, 204, 60, 55 Davis, Sheree ' 174, 225, 248 Davis, Willie ' 174 Day, Kimberly 155 Dean, Robin ' 201, 174, 247, 211, 194 Dean, Scott ' 174 Declue, Edna ' 206 Delcasfillo, Raymon ' 207, 174 Dellinger, Joe ' 174 Demand, Shauna ' ' ' 135, 206, 209, 55 Dennie, Robert ' ' ' " 106, 210, 93, 86 Denton, Theresa ' ' ' 136, 224, 222, 203 Derryberry, Natalie ' " ' 136, 201, 225,204 Dickens, David ' 174, 208 Diegel, Chris ' ' ' ' 106, 217, 216, 91 Ditmars, Kenneth ' ' ' 136, 295 Dittman, William ' "' 106, 111, 221 Dollgener, Kim ' ' ' ' 17, 7, 106, 23, 261, 228, 230 231, 232, 222, 38, 40, 202,262 203, 72, 87, 89, 65, 66 Dollgener, Sharon ' ' 14, 33, 155, 167, 225, 194, 66 Donahue, Bridget ' 174, 225, 54 Donahue. Corin ' 174 Donaldson, Paul ' ' 33, 25, 155, 27, 297, 37, 70 Dorrough, Melinda ' ' ' ' 106, 221 Dorrough, Melissa ' ' 156, 235, 234, 237, 66 Doucet, Kimberly ' 174, 248 Doughty, Cherri ' ' ' 136 Doughty, Sandra ' 174, 246 Dreer, Sandi ' ' ' 28, 136, 198, 202, 203, 190 251,253,58 DUCKBN, l.8F0ll9ff8 ' ' ' ' 106, 217, 216, 94 Duffey, Jimmy ' ' 156, 204 Dugan, Cathy ' ' ' 133, 202, 324, 325 Dullenty, Dale ' ' ' ' 106 Duncan, Latasha ' 174, 312 Dunn, Scott "" 107, 122, 198, 38, 39, 254, 255 257, 49, 60, 91, 93, 86, 66, 62 Dupree, Brenda "' 133, 89 Durham, Nathan ' ' ' ' 107 Durrett, Edward ' 174 Dyess, Cindy ' 174, 249 E Earls, Donnie ' 174 Edington, Tammie ' 174, 249,222 Edwards, Douglas ' 175 Eisele, Peter ' 175 Eli8S0l'1, Leslie ' ' ' ' 107, 260. 261, 238 240, 241 244, 245, 254, 255, 262, 46: 204, 60, 90, 74 Ellis, Holly ' - - 136 Ellison, Kentry ' ' ' ' 107, 206, 208, 68, 54 Embrey, Teresa ' ' ' ' 107, 222, 211, 214 Encinia, Norma ' ' ' ' 107, 126, 220,204 Enright, Michael ' 209,208 Enright, Tanya ' 195, 175,225 Escareno, Raul " 156, 34 Espinoza, Sherian ' ' ' 136, 242, 238, 190, 61 Espinoza, Sylvia ' ' " 107, 200 Euziere, Mark ' ' 156, 298, 254, 257 Evans, Ronald ' 299, 175 F Fallin, Robert ' ' ' 5, 136, 295, 315, 316, 319 Fallin, Terri ' 226, 175, 194 Farrell, Tracy " 156, 168 FBI, M8f1UBl8 ' ' 223 Feagin. Joe "' 133, 324,325 Featherston, Cindy ' ' ' 136, 261 Ferguson, Rad ' ' 3, 156 Fields, Rodney ' ' ' ' -107, 293, 294, 314, 85, 79, 92, 1 Finley, Russell "' 201, 204 Fisher, Kathy ' ' ' ' 107, 114, 23, 233, 89 Fitzgerald, David " 156, 207, 206, 208,330,328 Fleischer, Dallas " 156 Flick, Kenneth ' ' " ' 107 Flowers, Janice ' "' 107, 225,85 Floyd, Shannon ' 175, 225, 248 Floyd, Sheila "" 108, 219, 218, 91 Fonteno, Michelle ' ' ' ' 197, 199,224,222 Forbus, Phillip ' ' " ' 24, 121, 128, 129, 27, 293, 36, 314, 204, 84, 86 Foreman, Golden 206 Fort, Derick ' ' ' 136, 54 Fortune, Terry ' ' 156, 250 Fowler, Chris ' ' 156 Franklin, Kelvin ' 314,316 Franklin, Mary ' ' ' ' 6,108,219, 238, 240, 241, 244, 218, 45, 46, 93, 88, 65 Frederick, Kim " 156,163,190,191,193 Freeman. Gerald " ' 136, 151 Freeman, Melissa ' 175 Fuller, Jana ' ' ' " 104, 108, 214, 77, 337 Fulton, Billy 136,217,216 G Galvin, Glenda ' ' " 108,34 Gamble. Arnold " " 108, 30, 162 Garcia, Betty ' ' ' ' 108, 254, 255, 90 Garcia, Esmeralda " 156, 196 Garcia, Fructuoso "' 136, 204 Garcia, Julian ' ' 156 Garden, Charles ' 175, 198, 333 Garrett, Michael ' ' ' 21 1 Galewlma, Judy ' ' 161, 156,209 Gatewood. Sharon ' 175 Gibson, Sandy ' 7, 195,36, 175, 181,248,253 Gifford, Lowell ' ' 156. 298 Gilbreath, Bobby " ' ' 108, 210, 212, 214, 213, 68, 91 Gill, Kevin "' 156, 169, 327 Gilliam, John 331, 329, 93, 328 Gilliam, Nancy ' " 137,250 Givens, Stacey ' ' " 108,222,223 Godbey, Rodney ' 149, 175 Godbey, Sherri "' 137, 211, 212, 214 Goins. Gary "" 108,217,216 Golden, Craig " ' 15, 137, 188, 189, 201, 190 193, 204, 63, 56, 58 Gomez, Robert ' 172 .n Gonzales, Greg " 108 Gonzales, Irma ' " 161, 156 Gonzales. Margarita ' ' ' 137 Gonzales, Ralph ' ' " 137, 196 Gonzales, Vicky ' 175, 247 Gonzalez, Emilio ' ' 204 Gooding, William ' "' ' 108, 21 , 216 Goodman, Keith ' ' ' 108, 75, 196,51 Goodson, Elizabeth ' " 137, 196, 50 Goolsby, Sheryl ' 175, 34 Gordon, Billy ' 175, 208,34 Gowans, Marsha ' ' ' 137 Granberry, Jill "" 16, 6, 106, 127, 117, 238, 240 241, 263, 264, 267, 190, 82, 88 65, 337, 340, 334 Green, Anthony " ' 156 Green, Delores ' ' " ' 108, 22, 246, 248, 89 Green, Dennis ' ' ' ' 109 Green, Eric "' ' 109, 221 Green, Randall ' "' 3, 137, 298, 251, 326 Green, Tracy ' 309 Greenlee, W8l1d8 ' ' 225, 248 Greenwell, Mark ' 175 Greenwood, Sherry ' ' 157 Gregg, Barbra " 21, 157. 37. 238, 243, 245, 35 194, 45, 47, 70 Gregory, Terri ' ' ' ' 109 Gregory, Denise " ' 200 Grice, Milinda " ' ' 18, 4, 109, 28, 29, 124, 24,222 190, 251, 252, 76, 78, 92, 91 75, 59,334 Griffin, Jana ' ' " 109,215 Griffin, Peggy ' 195, 175,209,208 Grimes, Gary 261 .- Grimes, Loretta ' 175 Gudino. Baltazar "' 137 Guerra, Gilbert ' 299, 175 Guerra, Joseph ' ' 161, 157, 201 Guillory, Ramsey ' ' ' ' 109, 293, 225, 96 Gunstanson. Karen ' ' ' 5, 135, 137, 234, 237, 224, 202, 203, 66 Gustafson, Steve "" ' 15, 109, 188, 41, 202, 263, 264 266, 267, 203, 190, 193, 251 253, 63, 72, 56, 59 Guthrie, Norma "' ' ' 109, 219 Guynes, Brian ' ' ' 221 Gwaltney, Nancee ' 3, 23, 195, 201, 175,174, 181 247, 248 H Hadnot, Therwanda ' ' ' 109 Hairgrove, Beth "' ' 15, 17, 32, 135, 137, 188, 189 36, 37, 236, 234, 237, 39, 254 256, 190, 192, 60, 78, 63, 66 Hall, Grady ' ' ' 137, 43 Hall, Jimmy "' 137 Hell. Lisa ' ' 157, 248 Hall, Patti ' 195. 201, 175 Hallett, Leland ' ' ' ' 109 Hamill, Rebeca ' ' ' ' 109, 225, 222, 254, 257, 255 Hamilton, Gregg ' ' ' 322 Hammers, Cindy ' ' 21, 157 Hampton, Devon ' 207, 206, 176 Haney, Michael ' 176 Hardeman, Melody ' ' ' ' 85, 77, 93 Harden, Melvin " 157, 54 Hardy, Joanne ' ' ' 109, 215, 91 Harmon, Bo "' 3,11,137.113 Harper, Lisa ' " 137 Harper, Scott ' ' 157 Harris, Fred ' ' ' 109, 96 Harris, Pamela ' ' ' 138 Harris, Patti ' ' ' 109 Harris, Phillip "" 110, 36, 210, 211, 212, 214 213 Harrison, Darrell ' ' ' 138, 143 Hart, Gina "" 110 Hart, Kim "' ' 102, 110, 197, 198, 224, 89 Hastie. Sheryl ' 176, 77 Hatfield, Gary ' ' ' 138 Hathcock, Cynthia ' ' ' ' 110, 214, 91 Hathorn, Doug ' 176, 34 Hatzen buehler, Mike ' 3 Hatzenbuehler, Sheri ' ' ' ' 110, 127, 260, 246, 248, 222, 254, 255, 262, 190, 192, 60, 80, 90, 74 Hawkins, William ' ' ' 138, 215 Hawthorne, Darcus ' ' ' 10, 138. 222,320 Hawthorne, Lee ' 176 Hawthorne, Lisa ' ' ' 138, 209 Hayden, Roger ' 176 Haynes, Toi " ' 3, 25, 138, 27, 207, 203, 60 320, 321, 55, 54 Haynes, Hope ' ' 157, 37, 236, 234, 237, 257 254, 256,204 Head, Terayn ' 176 Hearld, Floyd ' ' ' ' 110, 30, 34 H6I'ld6l'SOl'l, C8I'l ' ' 157, 201, 324,325 Henderson, Chris ' 299 Henderson, Robby ' 176 Henderson, Tammy ' ' 157, 209, 208 Henley, Marvin ' ' ' ' 110, 92, 96 Henley, Rodney ' 6 Hennen,Jef1 ' ' ' 138, 198, 40 HBIIl'iGS, RODGYT ' 176, 51, 50 Henry, Michael ' 176, 322 Henry, Richard " ' 138 Henry, Steve " 157, 288, 34 HBYFIBDGBZ, Al0l1ZO ' 176 Hernandez, Anthony ' 157, 204 Hernandez, Carmella ' ' ' ' 110, 196, 51, 50, 79 Hernandez, Eddie "" 110, 128, 129, 37, 262, 202 203, 326, 85, 87, 337 Hernandez. Leticia ' ' 157 Hernandez, Norma ' ' -157 Herrera, Susan ' ' ' 204 Herring, Cindy ' 176, 225, 248 Herring, Kandy ' ' 161, 1 7,223 Hester, Ruben " 157 Hlbbler. Charles ' ' ' ' 110 Hickman, Cindy "' 224 Hickman, Rodney " ' 138, 200 Hicks, D. D. ' " 21, 24, 25, 157, 164, 22, 27, 238, 243, 45, 190,192, 66, 57 Hicks, Pam ' ' 157 lligginnoinam, David - ' - 1aa. 296. 322 Higgins. Lois ' ' 157 Hilburn. Cindy ' ' " 110 Hill, Beverly " ' 138 Hill, Charles ' 176, 208 Hill, Charlotte " 157,225 Hill, Denise 138, 210, 249, 223, 204 Hill, Larry ' ' 157,298,319 Hill, Roderick ' ' 158, 208 Hill, Shellie ' ' ' 138, 250, 64 Hoard, Rodney ' ' 158. 208 Hobbs. T8W8l'1l'18 ' ' ' 138, 224 Hodson, Nancy "" 110, 219, 218, 76 Holland, Terry ' ' 158, 297 Hollins, Cedric " 158, 308 Hollins, Michael ' ' ' 111, 222, 337, 96 Holloway, Jerry ' ' ' 206 Holt. Machelle ' 19. 250. 176 Holt, Rhonda 111,127 Honeycutt, Michelle ' "' 6, 111, 31, 250, 288, 285, 34, 42, 78. 64. 339 Hooker. Clifford ' ' 158, 331, 332 Hooper, Kenneth ' ' ' 139, 200 Hooten, Tony ' 14 Hopkins, Tierney ' ' 14, 152, 21, 158, 22, 6, 238, 243, 245, 223, 49, 45, Hoppert, Lisa ' ' ' 16,18, 132, 139, 26, 227, 261, 247, 249, 222, 41, 254, 256, 190, 192, 253, 60, 59 Howard, Elton ' ' ' 225,305,303 Howard, Gerald ' 206, 176,223 Howdeshell, Bobbie " 158. 326 Howie, Deanna ' 184 22 66 Huddleston, Steve ' ' ' 139 Huey, Cathy ' ' ' 139, 202, 203, 190, 191, 193, 60 Hughes. Tony " 158 Hulse, Perry ' 176 Hulsey, Marty ' ' 158 Hultsman, Troy-' 176 Humphrey, Kristi ' ' ' 139, 254, 256, 338 Hunt, Denise ' 206, 209, 317, 318 Hunter, Betty " 158, 209 Husband, Brad ' ' ' ' 111 Huse, Jimmy ' 177, 208 Hyles, Stacy ' 177, 198,247,327 Hyles, Steve ' ' ' 3, 139, 26, 201, 254, 256 Ibanez, Claudia ' 226, 201, 177, 198, 199, 204 ib8f1BZ, Dante ' ' ' ' 3, 5, 111, 127, 120, 126, 129, 22, 261, 228, 230, 231, 232, 313, 262, 263, 265, 266, 204, 80, 79, 74.89.340 IDBHGZ, JOSS ' ' ' 139 lbarra, Magaly ' ' ' 139 Isaacs, Barbara "' 139 Isaacs, Larry ' ' 158 Ivy, Linda ' ' 158 J Jackson, Anner ' ' ' 139 Jackson. Charlotte ' 207, 206, 177, 209 Jackson, Chris ' ' " 111,96 JECKSOH, GfSi8 ' 25, 226, 177, 225, 247 Jackson, Judy " ' ' 111 Jackson, Ronda " 158, 300, 312, 317, 318 Jackson, Wen ' ' 161, 158,209 Jacobs, Tina ' ' ' ' 11, 111, 114, 23, 233, 288, 34, 74.89.338 Jaggers, Tamla ' ' ' 18, 16, 98, 32, 139, 227, 188, 189, 40, 254, 257, 256, 49, 190, 191, 63 James, Allred ' ' ' 139, 296, 274, 203, 316, 314, 308 James, Verita " 156, 158, 244, 222, 317, 328, 60,66 Jarmon, Jeffery ' ' 158 Jarosh, Tami ' ' 158 Jefferson, Michael ' " 111, 38, 316, 314 Jeffrey, Joe ' 206, 177 Jeffery, Tony ' ' 158, 298 Jeffery, Rodney ' ' ' 111, 207, 79,54 Jeffrey, Karen ' ' ' 139, 79 Jemerson, Cynthia ' 177, 248 Jenkins, David ' ' ' ' 112, 217, 216, 91 Jenkins, Jill ' 177, 247, 52, 53 Jenkins, Julia ' ' 225 Jenkins, Shelia ' ' ' ' 112,118, 219, 218 Jenkins, Sherry ' ' 159, 312 Jenkins, Sylvia ' ' 20,118, 159,300 Jetton, Loretta ' ' 159 Jimison, Patrick ' 177 Johnson, Billie ' ' ' 139, 254, 256, 69 Johnson. Charles ' " 25, 139, 27, 296, 225, 224, 223 Johnson, Clay ' ' ' 139, 199 Johnson. Cletis ' 177 Johnson, 177 Johnson, Delecia ' Donald ' ' ' ' 6, 112, 306, 307, 77, 303 Johnson, 139. 142. 316,79 Johnson, 225 Johnson, 298 Edward ' ' ' 227, 295, 296, 314, Esther "' Frank ' ' Johnson, Glen " ' 206 Johnson 112, 293: 340, 328 Jay .... 295, 329, 83, 79, 65, Johnson, Keith " 299, 309 Johnson, Kenneth ' ' ' 151. 185 JOi'If1SOl'l Laquilla ' ' ' ' 112, 118, 202, 203, 190, 193, 60,68,91,65 Johnson, Lynn " 159,322 Johnson. Norma ' ' 207 159, 302, JOHNSON, ROUGH ' ' 159 Johnson, Sandi ' 195, 177, 225 Johnson, Tracy ' 177, 179, 248 Johnson, 93 Johnson, 112 Vanessa ' ' ' William ' ' " ' Johnston, Damon ' ' ' 21, 139, 39, 66 Jones, Anthony ' ' 159, 168, 298, 43 Jones, Bryan ' ' ' 323 Jones, Duke " " 112, 30. 289, 77 Jones. Gwendolyn ' 4, 177, 179,248,280 Jones, Joanna ' ' ' 140, 203 Jones, John Paul ' 299, 177 Jones, Johnny ' ' 159 Jones, Kelly " ' ' 112, 24, 25, 128, 129, 293, 296 329, 332, 79, 328 JOTIBS, Michelle ' 185 Jones, Stacy ' ' ' 314 Jones, Stephan ' 177 Jones, Tina " 159, 302 Jordon, Lando ' ' " 112, 225, 223, 87, 88 Joseph, Steve " 28, 29, 159. 48, 251, 252, 253 324, 325 Julsen. Shannon ' 177, 249, 205, 204, 201 Jurick, Fred ' ' ' 140 K Keasler, Kevin ' ' ' ' 1 12 Keeton, Jesse ' 176 K66t0l'l, Robin " 159,246,241 248 Kelley, Adrea "' ' 112, 261, 95 Kelley, Reginald 150,225,222 Kelley, Derrone ' ' ' 112 Kelly, Tanya ' 26 Kennedy, Sherry ' ' 159, 250, 196 Kent, Richard ' 289 Kepnan, Holly -' 159 Kerry, Michael ' ' ' 140 Kerry, Tammy ' ' ' ' 113, 29, 224, 251, 253 Kettle, Bryan ' 208 Key, Mary ' ' ' 140, 201 Kimble, Ben ' 299 King, Janet ' 225, 54 King, Michael " 159.298 Kirk. Deborah " 9, 302 Kirkpatrick, Wendy ' ' ' ' 17, 7, 104, 24, 113, 23, 27, 261 228, 230, 231, 232, 38, 262, 87 89, 66 Kirkwood, Jeff " 160, 198,39 Kissentaner, Keith ' ' 160, 168, 288, 298, 43 Knapp, Michael ' "' 113,327 Knight. Tracy ' ' ' 140, 211, 214 Kristof, Karen ' ' ' ' 15,18,3,11,32,127,113, 188 189, 41, 254, 255, 262, 263 264, 267, 270, 190, 191, 270 251, 253, 60, 82, 78, 63, 90, 73 88, 334 Kuykendall. Michelle ' ' ' 140, 238, 242, 190, 192,58 Kuykendall, Richard ' 178 Kuykendall, Ronda " 160 Kuykendall, Virgil ' 313, 179 L Lambert, Christi ' ' 160 Land, Darren ' 299, 178, 309 Lane, David ' ' 160, 331, 330, 332, 328 Lane, James ' ' ' 330,328 Langreder, Kenneth ' 178 Langston, Jana ' 178, 249 Lanier, Steve ' ' ' 113, 221, 93 Index 357 La Rue, Sherry "" 113,250,196 Lawrence, John ' ' ' 140 Lawson, Les ' ' ' ' 113, 32, 128, 129, 251, 201, 254, 255, 257, 329, 330, 204, 60, 82, 92, 91, 71, 338, 328, 97 Lay, Steve ' 178 Leaks, Romona ' ' 140, 201,224 Leal, Rene "' 160 Leal, Robert ' ' ' 140, 196 Leal, Roland ' 178 Ledbetter, Laura ' 225, 178, 248 Ledyard, Tammy ' 3, 201, 178.181, 247, 44, 194, 66 Ledlord, Tony ' ' 298 Leegood, Keith ' ' ' 140, 42, 322, 323 Leffingwell, Amber ' " ' 15, 3, 32, 127, 113, 123, 188, 189, 201, 38, 40, 41, 254, 256, 262, 263, 264, 267, 270, 190, 191, 270, 251, 60, 83, 79, 78, 92, 63, 68, 90, 71, 87, 88, 56, 57, 58, 59, 342, 97 Lemons, Brad "" 295, 24, 113, 128, 129, 26, 27, 226, 294, 200, 201, 222, 319, 204, 80, 92, 67, 68, 91, 72, 93, 87, 89, 65, 336 Lennox, Eric ' " 140 Lester, Helen ' ' ' 140, 221 Lester, Jason ' 299, 175, 178, 333, 309 Lewis, Sharon ' " 141, 196 Lewis, Tammy ' 178, 34 Lewis, Terence ' 299, 178,314,315 Lewis, Trojzal ' ' ' ' 113, 119, 92, 87 Lightloot, Mary ' ' ' 113,51 Lightfoot, Robert ' ' 160 Limon, Alberto ' ' ' 113, 96 Limon, Cristela ' ' 160 Lindley, Bill ' " ' 15, 17, 8, 32, 141, 144, 150, 27 188, 189, 198, 38, 39, 41, 44 47, 263, 264, 287, 190, 193, 78 63, 66, 56, 57 Lindsey, Matthew ' ' 160, 37, 201, 254, 257, 49, 35 324, 325,69 Lindsey, Rhonda ' ' ' 141, 227, 201, 238, 242, 224 45, 47,205,204 Linker, Lynelle "' 141 Lisenbe, Jerry -' 15, za, 29, 160, 53, 251 Limon, Ricky ' - 160, 27 Lmie, Michelle - ' - - e, 127 114, 27, 227, 226,200 238, 240, 241, 244, 245, 224: 276, 254, 255, 262, 263, 264, 266, 46, 85, 79, 78, 91, 72, 93, 88, 65, 339, 96 Littrell, Darla ' ' ' 141, 221 Littrell, Karla ' ' ' 141, 238, 242, 215, 46 Locke, Karen ' ' 160 Lockmiller, Lisa " 6, 21, 160, 238, 243, 222, 45 Lofton, Christi ' 178 Lol'ton,Jeft " 11,160 Long, Danette "' 141, 211, 210, 212, 214 Long, James ' ' ' ' 114, 217, 216, 96 Long, Ronnie ' ' 358 Index 161 Lopez, David " ' 217,216 Lopez, Rudy ' 1 1 Love, Regina ' 195, 248 Love, Richard ' ' 327 Lovell, Richard ' 207, 178, 54, 67 Lovern, R0r1f'ile ' ' " ' 5,111,114,12a,129,22,2s1, 229, 223, 252, 331, eo, as, 91, 73, 86, 87, 65, 328 Loy, DeLynn ' ' ' 141, 197, 199, 190, 192, 57 Lumley, Gene ' 176 Luco, Tracy ' ' ' 141 5555 Lyday, James 1 14 Lyles, James ' ' ' 15, 17, 4, 28, 32, 29, 141, 150, 188,189, 198,40, 41,190, 192, 251, 252, 76, 56 Lyles, Michael ' ' ' ' 114, 221, 93 Lynch, Ken " 161 M Mackey, Darryl 114, 222, 223, 87,337 Macon, Cheryle ' ' ' 141, 223,35 Macon, Floyd ' ' 6,161, 306, 307,303 Mageors, Michael 114, 220 Maines, Michael ' ' ' 9 114, 214, 212 Malone, Sharon ' ' ' 141, 34 Maloney, Wallace ' ' 161, 169, 333 Maloy, Terri ' ' " ' 114, 222,77 Maloy, Adotphus ' ' ' 141, 303 MBDBS, RBHSG ' ' 6, 33, 161, 238, 243, 254, 257 47, 60 Mangrum, Deborah ' 178, 209 Mankin, Amy ' ' ' 225,224, 141,69 MENU, JSM ' ' 15, 161, 190,324,325 Mansell, Nelson ' " 168, 42, 43 Marett, Earl "' 210,211,213 M8l'k8lT1, TOmmlB 141, 289 Marsh, Kelvin ' ' ' ' 114, 215, 95 Marsh, Rita ' ' 161,326 Marshburn, Derek " 161, 159, 327 M8t't6l, ROXSDFIB ' ' 161 555 Martin, Ida " ' ' 225 Martin, Johnny ' ' " 115, 62, 95 Martin, Ronald " ' 111, 115,62, 95 Martin, Sean " ' 141, 298 Martinez, Adelita ' ' 204,320 Martinez, Alma ' ' ' ' 115, 224, 202, 204, 91 Martinez, Anna ' 195, 178 Martinez, Canuto ' " 115, 141,323 Martinez, Diana ' 178, 42, 320, 321 Martinez, Henry ' 173, 198 Martinez, George ' ' 161 Martinez, Marisa ' ' ' 141, 149, 201, 202, 263, 264, 204 Mason, Lucrecia ' ' ' ' 15, 16, 17, 32, 127, 115, 188 189, 36, 224, 41, 262, 202,203 190, 191, 84, 7e,53, sa, 91, 73: 88, 339, 57, 59, 93, 334 Massey, Dale ' ' ' ' 115, 26 Massingill, Lee ' ' 161 Mathis, Cerrita ' ' ' 142, 206 Mathis, Monya " 15, 6, 161, 225, 238, 243, 194, 46, 66 Maurer, Kelley 16, 4, 142, 148, 227,201,238 555 239, 242, 244, 245, 40, 41, 44: 47, 254, 255, 263, 264, 266 271, 35, 190, 191, 251, 253, asf 66, 337, 58, 59, 342 Mays, Wayne ' ' ' ' 5, 115, 294, 304, 306, 307, 303, 72, 94, 339 Mayers, Phyllis ' ' 33, 161, 225 Maxam, Robin ' " ' 142,218 MCAd8mS, D0nl'19Sl'16 ' ' 161, 206, 223 McAnally, Susan ' 178, 225, 184, 249 McCaa, Susanne ' ' "' 127, 115, 200, 34 McCarter, Bill ' ' ' 18, 142, 26, 27, 199, 190, 193, 322, 56 McClung, Sherry ' ' ' 142,215 McClure, Joe ' " ' 115, 289 McClurkan, Alicia ' 302, 178, 312, 64 McCoy, Diane ' 179 McCoy, Frederick ' 179, 183 McMoy, Mary ' ' 161, 208 McCoy, Mary ' ' 161, 208 McCoy, Pamela ' 206, 179,225 McCray, Mickel ' 299, 179 McCullough, Steven ' ' ' 115, 221 McFarland, Leslie ' 207, 203,67 McGahey, Joel "' 142, 197, 199 McGahey, Renee ' ' ' ' 115, 219, 207, 218 McGhee, Rena ' ' ' 142, 145 McGibboney, Stacy " ' ' 115, 219, 218, 222, 95 McGowan, Steve ' ' ' 142 McHone, Tammy ' 16,195, 179,248,253 Mcllveene, Misti ' ' 161 McKenzie, Jeffrey ' 179 McMahan, Steve ' " ' 116, 331, 65, 328, 95 McPherson, HS8tl'l9f ' ' ' 142, 225 Meade, Beverly "' ' 20, 116, 260, 261, 300, 301, 248, 222, 254, 255, 262, 60, 320, 321, 83, 68, 90, 73, 93, 94 Meeks, Royce " 161, 168, 42 Melaun, Gayla ' ' ' 142, 289, 42 Melendez, Marlene ' " 142 Meredith, Kevln ' ' ' " 33,21, 116, 169,78 Meredith, Kevin ' ' ' ' 33,31, 116, 169,78 Meredith, Martin ' ' 28, 252 Merimon, Michael ' 207,313,179, 183,324,325 Meza, Tina ' 179, 225, 249 Mick, Shawn ' ' ' 142, 261 Miles, Kevin ' ' ' 15, 142,27,188,189,41,190, 193, 204, 56,57 Miles, Stephen ' 179,309 Miller, Charles ' 299, 179 Miller, Curtis ' ' ' 15, 142, 28, 29, 52, 53, 190 192, 193, 251, 252, 253, 204: 57, 56 Miller, David ' ' ' za, 143, 27, 193, aa, 39, 53, 251, 252, 253, 59, es Miller, Greg ' 179 Miner, ivienay - ' ' sa, 197 Miller, Robin ' ' 143 Miller, Sharon ' 300, 301, 310, 31 1, 317, 318 Miller, Sonja ' ' 143 Millican, Ronald ' 179 Milligan, Jason ' ' ' 143, 289 Minyard, Jay ' 179 Misketl, Kelly ' ' " 103, 224, 116,95 Mitchell, Carolyn ' ' 162, 168 Mitchell, George ' 179, 221 Mitchell, Kenneth ' ' ' 6, 61, 308 Mitchell, Kim " 19, 3, 8, 162, 200, 34, 43, 263, 264 Mitchell, Peggy ' ' 161, 162, 225 Molloy, Rethea ' ' ' 215 MOl'ltBlVO, Dinah ' ' ' 143, 220, 202, 203, 320, 321 Montalvo, David ' 179 Montalvo, Ricky ' ' ' 204 Montalvo, Marlene ' ' ' 143, 222 Montano, Sandy ' 162 5 Montgomery, Billy 299 Moore, Candy " ' ' 6, 127, 30, 116, 23, 250, 285, 34, 76, 68, 91, 75, 339 Moore, Jennifer ' ' 206 Moore, Lara ' 7, 29, 195, 179, 181, 248, 251, 253 Moore, Melissa ' ' 162 Moorefield, Gary ' " 162, 196 Morgan, Angela ' ' ' 143, 225 Morgan, Don ' ' 162, 198, 199, 39, 66 Morgan, Ken ' ' 162,296 Morgan, Scott ' ' 162, 322, 323, 59 Morris, Kelby ' 299 Morris, Kristin ' ' ' 5, 143, 271, 345 Morris, Lee Ann 116, 218, 205, 91 Morris, Melinda ' 21, 162, 164, 238, 243, 45 Morris, Michael ' 179 5555 5 Morris, Russell ' ' 162, 196, 51, 50, 79 Morrison, Donald ' 14, 179 Morrison, Vernon ' ' ' 116, 294 Morton, Mike ' 299, 179 Moses, Christopher ' 208 Moses, Karla ' ' 143, 215 Moss, Kay ' ' ' 143 Moss, David ' ' ' ' 33, 116, 313, 314, 315, 25' 253, 65 Motyka, Elizabeth ' ' ' ' 116, 215,78 Mudgett, Patricia " 162 Murphy, Kathleen ' ' ' ' 18, 127, 116, 22, 261, 238, 240 241, 244, 245, 44, 262, 263 267,190,192,193,251,76,78 91, 86, 88, 65, 337, 59, 339 Murray, Cathy 180 Murray, Todd ' 198, 66, 339 Murray, Troy ' ' ' 116, 211, 337 Murry, Pamela ' ' ' ' 116,2e1,197,224,199,19o 339 Musick, Michelle "' ' ' 17, 7, 127, 115, 23, 226, 228, 230, 231, 232, 38, 202, 263, 264, 265, 267, 203 80, 79, 78, 91, 73, 88, 89, 65 66, 339,334 Myers, Joel ' 180 N Neal, Anthony ' ' 162,307,303 Neal, E8fl'l6St " 307, 303 Neal, Greg ' ' 162 229 262 Neff, Tammy ' ' ' 117, 224 Nelson, Ronald ' 180 Newsome, Shawn ' ' ' 143, 296, 297, 36, 330, 329, 336, 328 Nguyen, Pham 324, 325 Nix, Lynn ' " 32, 143,200 Nixon, James "' 143 5 Nobles, David ' ' ' 143, 296, 316, 314, 308 Nobles, Toura ' ' ' ' 107, 25, 117, 27, 226, 294, 295 86, 87, 337 Norris, Gregory ' 180, 208 Norris, Lydia " 33, 162, 223, 317,318 Norris, Michelle ' 180 Norris, Patricia ' ' 162 Nuckols, Tina ' ' 163, 202 Nunley, Glenda ' ' ' 143, 201, 222, 254, 256, 340 Nunley, Paula ' ' 163 O Odom, Debra " ' 143, 302, 200, 34, 42, 310, 311 Odom, Michele ' ' ' 143, 223 O'Donley, Sheri 117, 222, 224 Ollison, Calvin ' ' ' 117, 221 Overton, Johnny ' ' 163 5555 Owens, Beverly ' ' ' 143, 208, 222, 320, 321, 55, 62 Owens, Clarence ' ' " 117 P Page, Mike ' 37, 180,322,323 Page, Sherry ' ' ' ' 177, 219,218,340 Paiz, Melinda ' ' 322, 163, 226, 236, 237, 234, Partrlell, Kellie ' ' ' ' 15, 6, 24, 117, 26, 27, 226, 36, 235, 241, 244, 245, 40, 41, 44 45, 47, 254, 255, 262, 263, 265 190, 192, ao, 75, 90, 75, 89, 55 339,334 Parham, J. R. ' " 29, 144, 206, 208, 52, 251, 253 Parker, Angela ' 180, 34 Parker, Bryron ' 207, 180, 209, 67, 54 Parker, Dean ' ' ' ' 177. 221 PBTKBY, Diana ' ' 163, 196, 51 Parker, Kimberly ' ' ' 177,249 PBTKBF, SUSSFI "' ' 17, 7, 109, 117, 23, 229, 228 230, 231, 232, 201, 228, 38 254, 255, 262, 85, 68, 91, 74 86, 88, 89, 65 Parks, Yolanda ' ' ' ' 117 Parris, Kl'lS1lE! ' 180, 225 Parrish, Corsandra ' 302 Parsley, Marsha ' ' ' ' 117 Paschall, Michael ' 169, 180,49 Patt, Loria "" 117, 215,93 Patt, Melisa ' 180 Patt, Roy ' ' ' ' 118, 207,49 Patl, Vickie ' 14, 26,225, 179, 317, 318 Patterson, J09l "" 118,217,216 PBUSYSOTI, RllOfld8 ' ' ' 144, 300, 53. 310, 311, 251 Patterson, Sam ' " 221 Payne, Michael ' ' ' 144 Peek, Karie " 163 Pena, Bobby ' 180, 14 P6l'1l't, AHUYBB ' ' ' ' 127, 116, 118, 246, 254, 256, 262, 263, 266, 80, 77, 78, 68 90, 71, 94. 339 Perez, Benny ' ' ' ' 118, 210, 212, 339 Perez, Cindy "' ' 9, 109, 116, 201, 224, 238, 239 241, 244, 41, 254, 255, 2571 262, 46, 205, 204, 85, 91, 71 88, 89, 65, 336,339 Perez, Francisco ' ' 163, 225 Perez, Hugo ' 11. 180 Perez, Jerry ' ' ' 144, 289, 322, 323 Perry, Carla ' 180, 247, 194 Perry, Corey ' 196, 180 Perry, Tammy ' ' ' 209. 208 Peters, R. C. ' ' 163 Pettis, James 180 Phelps, Bobby ' ' ' 31, 144, 289, 208 Phillips, Jacquelin ' 180 Pnnnps,Roy"' 21, 144, 151, 49, 332.328 Phillips, Tracy ' 180 Pierce, Bobby ' ' ' ' 118 Pierce. Katie ' ' 163 Pierson, Greg ' " 144, 199. 314 Pina, Rosalio ' ' ' 144 Pineda, Margaret ' ' ' ' 118, 221, 33 Pineda, Ritchie ' 30,118,196,180 Pitts, Kim ' ' 163, 22. 168, 26, 238, 243, 45 46, 254. 257, 202, 190, 66, 57 58 Pitts. Rodney ' " 144,150,190, 193, 57 Plafcan, Charleen ' 180, 222 Points, J. D. ' ' ' 217 Polk, Stanley ' ' ' 144, 43 Ponce, James ' ' 163, 298, 333 Pontley, Fred ' ' ' 221. 93 Pool, Darita ' ' ' 15, 6, 21, 144, 238, 242, 222, 190, 192, 191, 45, 46, 47, 320, 321,66 P01990 Cl'lBllOt19 ' 177, 180, 247, 78 Potter, Waylon ' ' 98 Powell, Chris ' ' ' ' 5, 118, 128, 129, 27, 229, 230 231, 232,85, 91,89 Powell, Daniel ' 180 Pratt. Debbie " " 20, 300 Presley. Susan "' 8, 132, 24, 144, 141, 227, 254 256, 263, 265, 266, 35, 190 191, 193, 69, 58 Prince, Billy ' ' ' 144 Prince, Broderick ' ' ' ' 118 Pugh, Paula ' ' ' ' 118 Punch, Tony ' ' 31, 163 Purser, Ken "" 119, 117, 217, 216, 222 Ft Hahn, Michelle ' ' 163,222 Ramirez, Gabriel ' ' ' 119, 222 Ramirez. Guadalupe ' 181, 247 Ramirez, Juanita ' ' ' ' 224, 222 Ramirez, Priscilla ' 36, 37, 77, 181 Ramsey, Ronnie ' ' ' ' 119. 217 Randolph, Graziani ' ' ' 144, 35 Randloph, Levi " 163,261 Ratclilt, Tammy ' 181, 199 Rawlins, Kerrick ' ' ' ' 119, 250, 289, 200 Rawls. TGFBSB ' ' ' 28, 144, 22, 201, 246, 249, 190, 251 Ray, Wanda ' 181 Record, Cornell ' 181 Record, James ' ' ' 10 Reed, Donna ' ' ' 119, 224,223 Reed, Linda ' ' ' ' 15, 4, 127, 255, 264, 265, 89 Reed, Melvin ' ' ' 296, 200, 206, 314, 315, 316 Reed, Michael ' ' ' ' 119, 294, 314, 316, 88, 65 need, sneny -- 163, 155, 225, 201, 199, 254, 257. 202 Reed, Wendy ' ' 21, 157,164,26, 199,254,257 202, 190,253,251 Reeves, Ronny " 164, 207, 206, 209, 67, 54 Ftener, Beth ' ' 164, 168 Renfrow, Rene ' ' ' ' 30, 23, 233, 289, 34, 42, 64 Reyes, Blanca ' ' ' ' 119, 218 Reyes, Maria 210, 211, 213 Reyes, Jose ' ' ' 144 Reyna, Dina ' ' ' 220 Reyna, Raul ' 181, 223 Reyna, Usbaldina " ' ' 145, 203 Reynolds, Mike " ' 164 Rhodes, Cassandra ' ' 145, 312, 222, 223 Rhodes, Gregory ' ' " 119 Rhynes, Charles ' ' 164, 225, 224 Rice, Ola "" 119, 310,311, 93 Richardson, Anthony ' 226, 299, 181, 204, 61 Richardson, Vickie ' ' ' ' 119, 196, 227 Richmond, Michael " 164 Ridge, Stacey ' 299,181,316,314,323 Ridge, Theodore ' ' ' 145, 298,314, 315,322,323 Riley. Bill " ' 145 Rios, Frances ' ' 164 Roberts, Kimbla ' 181 Roberts, Lisa " ' ' ' 127, 202, 69, 339 Roberts, Shannon ' 247 Robinson, Richard ' ' ' ' 100, 120, 227, 226, 200, 201, 553, 84, 77, 92, 75, 86, 87, 338, 9 Robinson. Ricky ' ' 164, 200 Robledo, Betty ' 181 .- Rochelle, Darren ' ' ' 120, 145, 196 Rodriguez, Debi ' ' ' 145, 220, 320, 321 Rodriguez, Deborath ' ' 164 Rodriguez, Diane ' 181, 248 Rodriguez, Francine 120, 219, 218 Rodriguez, Tim ' 333 .H Rodulfo, Lazaro ' ' ' 145 Rogers. Kenneth ' 181, 326 Rogers, Mack " 164, 207 Rolison, Bobby ' ' ' ' 3, 5, 5, 120, 129, 22, 229, 228, 259, 231, 232, 228, 254, 257, 255, ss, 75, 59, 90, 71, 57, 89, 55 ROSS, Debra ' ' ' ' 120 Rosemond, Lenthell ' 298,207, 181,208 Ross, Genell ' ' ' ' 120 Ross, Reginald ' ' ' 298 Rossum, Burnett 164 Rowaldt. Deedra ' 195, 181 Rowland, Charles ' 195, 181 Ftuble, Calvin " ' 98, 145, 206 Ruiz, Oscar ' ' 164, 333, 205, 204, 333 Russ, Billy - - 154, 198 Russell, Barry ' ' ' 120 Russell, Belinda ' ' ' 151 Russell, Paul ' ' ' ' 120, 166, 294, 295, 296, 62 Rust, Lanita ' 181,222 Rust, Rhonda ' ' ' 145 S Saddler, Darrin ' ' ' 145 Salazar, Sylvia ' ' 120, 247 Salter, Kennod ' ' 164,223 Sanchez, Arthur ' " 326 Sanchez, Martin ' ' ' ' 120, 217, 216 Sanders, Autry " 164 Sanders, Dwight " ' ' 145, 296, 314, 315 Sanders, Eric ' ' 165, 294, 297, 314, 316 Sanders, Kimber ' ' ' 15, 18, 3, 4, 6, 132, 32, 145, 148, 227, 188, 189, 201, 238, 239, 242, 244, 245, 40, 41, 254, 255, 263, 264, 265, 35, 190, 251, 253, 45, 46, 47, 66, 57, 342 Sanders, Lloyd "" 120 Sanders, Sandra ' ' ' 145, 147, 250 Sanderson, Tommy ' 120, 333 Sands, Marcus ' ' 165 Sands, Maria ' ' 254, 257 Saucedo, Sergio ' " " 121, 221 Schupbach, Kimberly ' ' " 121,218,254,255,91 Scott,Gayla "" 121, 219, 77,92 Scott, James ' 181 Scott, Scotty ' " 151, 145, 293, 39 Scott, Sheryl ' " ' 145, 148, 227, 201, 238, 239, 242, 244, 245, 40, 41, 44, 45, 47, 254, 256, 263, 264, 267, 35, 190, 251, 253, 77, 66. 57, 58. 59 Scott, Tammy ' ' ' 138, 223, 146 Scott, Vonda ' ' 165 Seaman, Miles ' ' ' ' 105, 121, 40, 85, 339 Seaton, Brian " ' 121, 196 Selby, James " 165, 298, 319 Sellars, Vinson ' ' ' ' 121, 200,34 Serpas, Lisa ' ' ' 146, 22, 261, 238, 242, 277, 46, 337 Serrata, Sharon ' ' ' 146, 204, 60, 320 Shankle, Betty ' ' 165 Shankle, Thomas 181 Shed, Boris ' 181 Shoemaker, Kimberly ' 181, 180 Sholes, Natali ' 201, 181,247,222 Shultz, Andrea ' ' 165, 226, 238, 243, 223, 202 Shumate, Robert ' ' ' 146 Sigman. Kenneth ' ' ' 121, 225,222,339 Simmons, Anita 127, 121, 219, 218, 254, 255, 91 , 339 Sll'l'1l'l'l0l'lS, Aftflette ' ' ' ' 15, 127, 121, 222, 254, 255, 263, 264, 267, 190, 192, 78, 91, 73, 337, 340, 339 Simmons, Kelly ' ' ' ' 146, 50 Simms, Lisa ' 207, 181 Sims, Bobby ' " 298 Sims, Sherri " 33, 168, 165,238,243 Sissom. Mark " ' ' 121, 196, 51, 69, 94, 339 sisirunk, Kenny - 14. 152 Skinner, Brian ' ' ' ' 121 Smart, Jo Ann ' 318, 317 Smith, Anthony ' 299 Smith, Christina ' " ' 146, 196 Smith, Dei ' ' ' ' 15, 16, 18, 3, 127, 121, 124 188, 189, 240, 238, 241, 244 245, 41, 190, 191, 251, 46, 76 88, 65, 58, 59, 334 Smith, Kimberly ' 182, 248,222 Smith, Martha ' " ' 122, 261, 223, 191 Smith, Melissa ' ' ' 29,146,251 Smith. Randy "' ' 122, 217, 216, 77 Smith, Rebecca ' 206, 182,209 Smith, Ron ' 182 Smith, Tanya ' 182, 225 Smith, Tanya ' " ' 146, 206 Smith, Tracy 165, 198.314 Smith. TrOy ' ' ' ' 122 .- Smith, Yulonda ' 195,201, 182,247 Smith, Zachary " ' 165, 223, 202, 203, 225 Sneed, Thea ' ' ' 146, 197, 199, 190, 192,61 Soliz, Saul ' ' ' 146, 298, 204, 322, 323 Spears, Kathy " 165, 226, 201, 202 Spencer. Mechelle " ' 165, 200,201 Spencer. Robert ' 182 Staab, Wendy ' 177, 182 Staines, Terri ' ' 165 Staley, Robyn ' " ' 146, 215 Stanford, Kenneth "' 6, 11, 146 Starks, Tonya ' 162, 223, 55, 54 Staton, Sheila ' ' " 122, 224 Steele, Barbara ' ' ' 146, 200 Steele, Charles ' ' ' 146, 308 Steele, Marilyn ' " ' 122, 215, 97 Stephens, Tracey ' 182 Stevens, Craig ' ' 298 Stevens, Lonnie ' 181,322,323 Stephenson, Craig ' ' 165, 190, 193 Stevenson, Charlotte ' ' 165 Stevenson, Corby ' 182 Stevenson, Daren ' ' 165 Stewart, Michael ' 182 Still, Lee ' 314, 316 Still, Mark ' 299, 182,309 Index 359 Stilwell, Cort "' 146, 214, 210, 213 Stokes, Rob "' 15, 146, 188, 189, 263, 264, 190, 193, 253, 58 Stone, Camille "' 147, 215 Stout, Audrey " ' 165 Stout, Kristi ' ' 154, 165, 233, 243, 254, 257, 202, 251, 253 Stout, Ronald " ' 147, 52, 190, 193, 251, 252, 253 Strange, Nicki " 165 Strickland, Vonda ' ' ' 147 Stringer, Tammy ' " 147, 211,214 Stuart, John ' ' ' ' 222, 223, 85, 97 Stunkard, Evette " ' 147, 200 Sturdevant, Carolyn ' ' ' ' 122, 210, 214, 212, 213, 214 Stutts, David ' 11 Suiter, Tammy "' 5, 135, 147, 149, 224, 225, 237, 234, 202, 203, 65 Sullins, Mark ' 182, 208 Sullins, Tamie ' 182,247 Sutton, David "" 21, 122, 129, 199, se, 39, 44 47, 262, as, 77, 91, ee, 340, sef 58, 96 Sweek, Shannon ' ' 165 Swinney, David ' 182 T Tabaniag, Anthony ' 182, 203, 326 Tadlock, Michelle ' ' 165 Tamez, Lupe " " 20, 85, 118, 300, 340, 339 Tamel, Kenflath ' ' ' 147, 217, 216 Targton, Terry ' 182 Tarver, Jelt ' ' 298, 165 Tatum, Charles ' ' 166, 204,208 Tatum, Kenneth " 299, 182, 309 Tawney, Annora ' ' 166, 42 Taylor, Anthony ' 182 Taylor, Bertha ' ' ' 147,225,249 Taylor, Brenda ' 9, 182. 197.204 Taylor, Chavela ' 61, 247 Taylor, Jackie 195 . . Taylor, Julius 182, 298, 303 Taylor, Myron 183, 314 Taylor, Sherry ' 183, 225,324,325 Taylor, Tina ' ' ' 147 . Teal, Bobby ' 183, 299, 323 Teal, Sharon ' ' ' ' 122, 255, 90 Templin, Cathy ' ' ' ' 34, 42, 122,288,300 Terry, Alison ' ' ' 147, 246, 248, 249 Terry, Randy ' ' 166 Tharp. Scott ' ' ' 221, 339 Thomas, Jerry "' ' ' 123, 216,217,339 Index Thomas, Kim ' ' 21.166. 169.222 Tl'l0fT18S l. l'l9ll "" . Y 89, 91,102,123,197, 218,199, 254, 255, 339 Thomas, Ralph ' 299 Thomas, Trisha " 166,222 Thompson, Angle ' ' 66, 166, 207, 236, 234, 237 Thompson, Robert ' ' ' 147, 201, 206, 209, 208, 254, 256, 205, 204, 55 Thompson, Sabrina ' 7, 183,248,194 Thomson, Kari " " 98, 102, 123, 197, 254, 255, 90 89.339 Tierney, Mary ' ' 222, 66, 324, 325 Tierney, Michael ' ' ' 123 Tiierina, AI ' 251 Tillman, Anthony ' ' ' ' 294, 87 Tinney, Terry ' ' ' ' 123, 222 Tison, Gary ' ' 166 Titus, Greg ' 299 Titus, Pamela ' 179, 183,225,226 Tadora, Frank " 183, 327 Torrez, Priscilla "' 147, 64, 200 Trantham, Jill ' ' ' ' 9, 120, 36, 238. 239, 241, 244 245, 41, 45, 46, 262, 326, 85 72, 88, 89, 65, 338, 334 Tribe, Denise ' 37, 183,223,340 Tucker, Jill " 166, 226, 200, 199, 49, 190, 253, 251 Tucker, Shane ' 183 Tulley, Kathy ' 183. 202, 203, 300 Tumey, David ' 183, 203, 324, 325 Tumey, Lester ' ' ' ' 123, 210, 213, 78 Turner, Brad ' ' 166,322 Turner, Eric " 180 Turner, Janet " ' ' ' 123 Turner, Ramona " 166, 227, 200, 207, 209, 223 317, 318 Tutt. i.0fll'liS ' ' ' ' 123 Utley, Tommy ' ' 166 V Vail, Tammy ' ' 166, 202,49, 203,320,321 Valentine, Wilma ' 195, 207, 183 Vanderslice, Cherrie ' ' 166, 225 Vandygrifl, Wendy ' ' 166 Vansycle, Jay ' ' ' 25, 147, 27, 296, 202, 319 Vaughan, Eugene ' 183 Vaughan, Samantha ' ' ' 147. 225 Vaughn, George ' ' 165, 288, 34, 43 Vaughn, Steven ' ' ' 147 Vela, Rudy ' ' 166, 168 Vela, Victor ' ' 166 Velasquez, Marta ' ' 220 Velez. Coral ' ' ' ' 221 Villarreal, Abel ' 299, 183 Villarreal, Pearl ' 148, 222 Villarreal, Ricardo " 166 .- Vines, David "' 167, 298, 204 Vinson, Stephanye "' 20, 148, 300, 209, 317, 318 Voelkle, Lynette ' 250, 183, 34 W Wade, Kellelia ' 183 waaiey. Edgar ' 133, 223, 309 Walker, Dale ' ' ' 18, 148, 150, 227, 199, 39 Walker, Mark ' ' ' ' 15, 16, 5, 100, 127, 123, 129, 150, 226, 200, 197, 199, 39, 254, 262, 190, 193, 60, 80, 92 69, 90, 74, 89, 56, 110 Wallace, Carla ' 4, 248 Wallace, Mary ' ' " 201, 222, 220,204 Wallace. Mike ' ' ' 148,296, 190, 193,319,204 Walters, Tammy ' ' ' 148, 220, 197 Walton, David ' ' ' ' 123, 209, B7 Walton, Keith ' 183 Walton, Kenneth ' 299, 183 Walton, Teresa ' ' ' 4, 148, 220,222 Ward, Tracy ' ' ' ' 123, 224, 222, 91 Ward, Yolanda ' ' 158, 167, 207, 223 Warren, Cheryl ' ' ' 148 Warren, Gary ' ' ' 136, 148, 156, 206, 208, 49, 55 Warren, James ' ' 167 Warren, Krissie ' 197, 199 Warren, Martin ' 206 Warren, Patrick ' 183 Warren, Reginald ' 184 Washington, Andrea ' 207, 209 Washin ton Annie ' ' ' ' 9 . 124, 222, 206, 209, 223, 91, 200 Washington, Charles ' 309 Washington, Cynthia ' 194, 317 Washington, Sandra ' " 148 Washington, Troy ' ' ' ' 124 Watkins, Regina ' ' ' 148, 247, 249 Watson, Angela ' ' ' 148,215 Watson, Marietta ' ' ' 15, 6, 32, 149, 148, 227, 188 189, 201, 238, 242, 45, 46, 254 256, 263, 264, 265, 190, 251 253, 63, 245 Watson, Mike ' " ' , 124, 129, 204, 91 Watts, Kimberly 149, 250, 289 Weathers, Aunia ' ' ' 149 fn Webb, Angela " ' 149, 50 Webb. Anthony ' 299, 183 Webb, Christopher ' 184,314,315 Welch, George ' 21,183 Welch, Mechelle ' 34 Weldon, Vincent "' 111, 149, 297, 315. 316, 319 W8ll5. Bfeflda ' ' ' ' 124,94 Wells, John " ' ' 124, 5, 127, 129, 22, 229, 228, 230, 231, 232, 228, 330, 80, 76, 92, 75, 89, 64, 337, 328, 94 Wells, Kenneth " ' ' ' 124 Wenner, Reagan ' 184 Westbrook, Kelley ' 184, 194 Wheeler, Lori ' " ' 7, 24, 121, 124, 23, 226, 261 238, 240, 241, 244, 262, 49, 46 65, 337 Whitaker, Anthony ' 184 White, Conchita ' ' 166, 206 White. John " 167. 168.298 White, Mark " 190, 192, 333 White, Michael ' 299, 184, 323 White, Mike ' ' ' 149, 167 White, Reginald ' ' ' 61 White, Vickie " ' 167, 302, 200, 197, 199, 310, 311 Whitehead, Lisa " 167, 199, 223 Whitehead, Stacy ' ' " 124, 222, 85, 88, 62 Whitley, Danny ' 184 Widemon, Tony ' 184, 324, 325 Wigfall, Darren ' 299, 184 Wilbanks, Lisa " 14, 152, 21, 167, 169, 226, 222 Wiley, Demetrice ' " ' 124,94 Wilkerson. 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