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

 - Class of 1984

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Tammy Vail opens the door for 1984 At sunset., the varsity huddl-es against North Carolyn Bradley and Bill Lindley raise spirit and their feet at the Bryan Adams game. Mesquite. 2 Contents T' 'lb , Q. ' Y filx Freshmen Laura Powell, Vickie Sanderson, and Deanna Brown arrive at Samuell prepared to The only note that Robby Stokes sings in choir is , stay. "Zzzz" Vickie White, Todd Murray, Dale Walker, Billy Russ, Russell Ansley, Yolanda Wright "band" together against Spruce. Beginnings 3 Being a Spartan is . . . finding a new friend, learning in classrooms, making all A's. Being a Spartan is learning to write well, finding your locker for the very first time. Being a Spartan is play- ing the drum in the Spartan band, and being a Spartan is walking hand in hand. Being a Spartan is Starlets and DECA, knowing a secret, having no homework. Be- ing a Spartan is Spanish and English, catching a flyball, mak- ing an out. Being a Spartan is go- ing home every now and then, and , ,pt being a Spartan is coming back to school again. Being a Spartan is seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen too. Being a Spartan is dedication and spirit, caring and sharing too. Being a Spartan is having a best friend, sharing a sandwich, getting along. Being a Spartan is singing together in Concert Choir and all those who sing with you. Being a Spartan is anyone and anything at all that's loved by you. For being a Spartan is each and every one of you. f kiwi , xi. . ,ri Renee Brown has the whole senior class in her hands. , dk we 4 Beginnings iii The Starlets shine at their Denton half time perforfnance. ff, Renee Manes fills the hall with homecom- ing spirit and streamers. ,gg ,M Varsity cheerleaders and the varsity football team break through to victory at the game. i I ,lg E . . l Spirited Spartans stick together in Denton. i Frank Johnson and Regina Love dance to . ' "Ebony and Ivory." - a. " iid. ' ' 1 'if 5 is H ' ,v fzq ' iii, J fl ff . '5 1 . J Q I X i fig an ' . ,grxiew i. N V 2 Y- it , gg5ffQ?7"g:.A 5. ,, Q . f 'la e ui ff? Qi- ' 5 -vis - 'L -"hifi fl' ' , . 'A-1 E x' .g 11. 5 n Christia Fuller, Corsandra Parrish, and Alycia Evans are all smiles about ROTC. Beginnings 5 gm W , c as 3 5 'K 'EM Q Wi 'ff' I . y , D . p ,Q ,Q , fe , p .- - . l pf - f . A Q'-ff In v -a. - 1" , ,. fs, t Q H . at N z , t , , Q-f-we 7 Q . ' ral? af 2,574 in , I 5. "'. 1 3 ,T Q.. 'fig . 1 - it M 'iff It 'l 3 fix., ttf- 1 C , '..'-Niiffs' . 1 v4 iv .Q ' ' .mg f' ai 11" lg, sqft? tr- 'gif -'X - K' "JM A' af"'f'1Q-"' ' . 'K as 5: 'JWi'W'i3 ftiifl ' -ix I 'Ny if V i s ' "t " .- ' ' - . - ' 1' ---aaa.. ..a.w..m-.- " it 5 ,, "K fe 2 tm 'Z S g H Chris Bene, Russell Finley, Les.McFarlend, Alan Stephens, Chris Henderson, Michael Mitch Rogers watches Richard Love talk Clayton, and Keith Bene are off to a running start. to the computer. H - tgefl' Spartan fan Melissa Carol has her own style. , f V E' -A G1984, Spartan' was a senior, junior,gsOPh0mQiTe4 freshman,ior a ig -faculty ,mg-gmbqr. Spartan was also a winner oh the footballrfield, on ethefbasketball court, in U.I.L. ,speech and drama competition, in choirland 'band contests, in drill, cheerleader and yearbook camps, and most important in the classroom. N 5 ,. 2 3 vt . , Q if g. . at x l 1 A .. T 5 t Ili' f . 'E f . 3 4Q4lgQ'g!gL 43. u The varsity cheerleaders, Carolyn Bradley, Terri Bergeaux, Gloria Cruz, Karla Littrell, Karen Gunstanson, Darita Pool, and Beth Hairgrove are ready for W.W.S. 6 Beginnings For the first time in years, every course at Samuell was on grade level. The phase elective program gave way to traditional English, and academic emphasis English and math courses were added to the curriculum to provide students with the extra help that they needed. ut' M31 it S it W y if 1 g r . A Q 1 John Lawrence brightens up the metal Henry Martinez Bill McCarter Greg Pierson David Gibbs, Jeff Hennen, Kevin Miles, Cort Stilwell shop with his torch Steve Hyles and Tamla Jaggers are the drum corp that keep the Spartan beat. Beginnings 7 New rules and regulations brought about some changes for the 1984 school year. One of the major changes was the attendance policy. This year, students were allowed five absences, excused or unexcused. Six days led to an automatic failure. Three tardies were considered as one absence. Passes were a must in the hall. Adding to the changes .were a new principal, Mr. Rollings, and a new Dean of Instruction, Dr. Baca The lengthening of the school day until four p.m. brought about other changes. Itallowed students to take an extra academic class, and it also provided some students with a study hall. After school meetings and practices could not begin until four-fifteen p.m. Students and faculty, tired from that extra hour, adjusted to the change in about six weeks. The banner team and Spartan image are all for one and one for all. a 'K f 1. y ': ii 'gi yy M ' 1 VZ. v .1 wnlw It a.. . Steve Hyles can be found wherever the action is. Mike Stewart's heart belongs to Samuellf Shawn Newsome and Lynn Bridges go 8 Beginnings hand and hand through their senior year Lance Phillips picks up attendance with a grin. Stacy Chapman gets healthy the hard way. is ' l l 1 EE? 6' w f 'f I u I . I S' me 2' 'o 01 , 2 W ..., DeAnn Woodruff waits for the journalism awards to begin at SMU. Aaron Vinson is found outside Ms. Long's door again. Ms. Adam's AE English is a challenge for John Lozano. - Pam Hickman holds her tongue when she is late to in dustrial art. Samuell provided a variety of organizations and sports which in- spired participation and appealed to all types of students. Spartans showed their spirit by belonging to Blue Jackets, and the deaf pep club. Athletes competed in such sports as volleyball, golf, tennis, soccer, basketball, and football. The tedious hours, dedication and striving for perfection of each team or organizations proved what being a Spartan really was. Beginnings 9 1' Christie Bevill waits for the 4:00 bell to ring. - K Freshmen get their first view of Spartan life at orientation. Mandy Byrd is really into women's lib To break away from the daily routine of getting up, going to school' and returning home, students participated in various activities. The fall pep assemblies and football games gave the stuf dent body and faculty an oppor- tunity to show spirit. There was also the variety show Razz Ma Tazz, the Homecoming events, Dracula and the fall dance. Winter brought basketball season, the Deaf Winter Carnival, and Starlets on Broadway. Track' meets, baseball games, and senior activities livened up the spring. Through all of the various ac- tivities, students and faculty showed what being a Spartan was really all about. 10 Beginnings with Jay VanSyclde. V' .si ,gm H J 'war' ' ,. A , U LV-5 X I 1 9 ' 7 fi! ,. '-,if fa ,, ,e a. W Y'- Cherry Brown, Andrea Shultz, and Kelley Maurer wait for the other Starlets before the homecoming game. A 1984 Spartan accepted and adapted to many changes. He belonged to one or many organiza- tions and participated in sporting events whether on the field, court, or in the stands. He attended dances, plays, the musical and other activities. At Samuell, many individuals shared one thing in commong they were all Spartans. 2' s Llllfi ' ft' a s N at 2 ' 1 2. 4 X NYQ I . I 'Q is Q5 fa :feat 5 7 A ...Lvl fx ' 4' S., L9 L.lfgH"f:a"' ' -. . , gy J Tina Nuckols, Shelly Reed, Lacey Clay, and Jerri Dandridge gather in the hall between . Lunchroom food fits Tamla Jaggers to a classes to gossip. ' , "tea." , ft, it as.-nano: Y af -' bmw. .mwaowl 21,1 1 vw M-515 L E' lt's Camper on the keeper as Marcus' DeLynn Loy and Richard Henry check each other out in the library. rushes toward the end zone. Beginnings l l 'fp 11m1 ,.s, T. A -qx H' J ,fvfx ff'-. , , . .JUN ,A i54.,Q'..Z .i . YN , S '.""vr:' WMM.: - ., .:,. ,, -. . . I ,fini "S, AN - , , , . , ,, - ,. . , , :f :qu nk-U3 ,ggiL'.5fQqgp'1g1LaYL'2Qi+:: ogy X , 1 ,I f 1' , N .-me , A1 V x- . .4s.m.- Mmlsfrw 'Frnfalm 1:.fr'm mm fm W. mf,-lx A., W aww- I,1"'-'ffl ,ifQ1f37',i'hwI'1QZlJ!XikQZ"SflgkgmiifW' U .J,g,,,1:,s fm, 'vw r, .17 f ' - ' 1 L PM 'I f -' ' - ' 1 ,., ,, - .- ,, .. .' , H . , 1 , WV'-1-ff' '- " 9fX','i:-'- ' 'T 'iivagqrlrig im' blumw 'ihfaryw my-,f fyrm sw z 1? '1 X ' 4 ' ' 1.-1 N afX'5'F1W:+ AWUIQ, -J'-"N ffl! SW" ' " N U 39 lYQ'431Wfn,n gn I gg fimif THEME if l,:flElUV71i!li!Qi'5 3,313.5 A . 4 ls lunch a trick or treat for Connie Court- Christi Current programs the computer with her fly- ney and Kim Mitchell? ing fingers. - RandallGreen and Gerald Ford- Sheri Barnhart, Melinda Paiz, Dave Lane, Mike Stewart, James Lane, and Shaynor ' Newsome support our winning football team. FIGHT SONG Fight Spartans, right down the field Until we score that victory. FIGHT! FIGHT! Fight Spartans, and never yield Our pledge of pride and loyalty. ,ig Q RAH1 RAH! e I To our colors of Gold and Blue We ever shall be true. ' GO, SPARTANS, GO! r 'MW' - Go crashing through 4 H I that line . And we will cheer you all the time! .I.V. cheerleader hopefuls are Archie Carroll, Marcus Camper, Dedrick Williams, Kelvin Dansby, Wence Castellano, Paul Donaldson, Eric Sanders, and David Miller. Beginnings 13 1 lg 6 E H N A 1' L Q5 ,L GS Being a Spartan is 14 People ME K.3S.qg, 911 is F X knowing people l ' OTS Du IJ, P .,, , . pf' we Q it N? . iw '- If Qlqilf X , 3 , r ' YK' , X Q , 8, ii The senior class of 'l984 set an example of leadership, enthusiasm and pride in Samuell. Successfully or unsuccessfully, they met each challenge and continued to strive for excellence in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities. Many seniors achieved recogni- tion and were rewarded for their hard work and dedication. It was a time for enjoyment, a time for disappointments, and a time for making decisions. Through laughter, tears, sadness and joy the class of 1984 knew what it meant to be a Spartan. 16 Seniors Senior class officers are Kelley Maurer - Vice President, Kim Coburn - Treasurer Kimber Sanders - President, and Sheryl Scott- Secretary. Six' hd Seniors David Miller, Linda Clinkscales. Kevin Miles. and Mcndi Miller go through their senior year side by side by side. 5:40 k Sherry Alexander Frances Alonzo Carlos Amador Rose Ammons L. Sisrwv Lisa Marie Antonicelli Darwin Armstrong Cindy Badgett Stella Bagley -1 'MMV' James Bailey Ametra Ballard Gina Bandru Johnny Barfield Albert Bazis Robert Benoit Terri Bergeaux Beth Billings Seniors 17 Denise Black Dennis Blacknall Kim Blankenship Rodney Blankenship Yvonne Blunt Dixie Bobien C31-lion Booker Susan Presley carefully checks in seniors for picture retakes. Richard BON-ego Jeff Boyd Carolyn Bradley Ricky Breazeale Mary Brewer 18 Seniors Lynn Bridges Susan Briggs Stephanie Brooks 43' ,-in Renee Brown Donnie Brown James Brown Victor Bruner Donal Burden Pino Burns Marcus Camper Billy Capers Karen Carder In history, James Lyles takes the class into the past. Jacqueline Burrell Larry Carroll Seniors 19 -we was Tag , C, , ff r saar KN Sandra Carter Teresa Carter ROI1I1l6 Cl'l3.r1CCll0I' Stacy Chapman On Halloween, Lisa l-loppert turns into the Bride of Dracula. Cecilia Cisneros Michael Clark Fonda Clay Linda Clinkscales Tammy Coates Jamie Cobb Kim Coburn Jennifer Coffman 20 Seniors .,L"f.f 43' A. .5 4.1, nf? 451 'Q' x -Q if? ,ig . , im Rosalind Davis ...nl Theresa Denton Rusty Ditmars Holly Ellis 22 Seniors Wg 2 gi if e- Damon Johnston is all smiles when Mr. Bruner confirms that he will graduate. Cherri Doughty Sandi Dreer Sherian Espinoza Robert Fallin ,- -gal Shauna DeMond Natalie Derryberry Gina Duckworth 'W' qv Joe Feagin Cindy Featherston Russell Finley Gerald Ford Victor BY'-mer has Caught Derrick Fort Gerald Freeman Fructuoso Garcia the look of 1984. Michael Garrett Mitchell Garrett Nancy Gilliam Sherri Godbey Craig Golden Margarita Gonzales Ralph Gonzales Elizabeth Goodson Seniors 23 Randall Green Michael Grizzle Brian Guynes Beth Hairgrove Grady Hall James Hall Bo Harmon Darrell Harrison 24 Seniors i Baltazar Gudino Jeff Boyd sings "Tulsa Time" at the TORCH assembly. Karen Gunstanson Bryan Hall Greg Hamilton Gary Hatfield Q 1 we ff' x Ronald Stout is always picking up after the Banner Team. Jeff Hennen Robert Henries Susie Herrera Rodney Hickman Brax Hawkins Darcus Hawthorne Toi Haynes Tammy Henderson W' Q,-s.e,.A 1 i'i Richard Henry Janet Hensley David Higginbotham Beverly Hill Seniors 25 Shellie Hill Tawanna Hobbs Terry Holland Otis Holloway Kenneth Hooper Lisa Hoppert Cathy Huey Kristi I-Iumphrgy I screamg you screamg Kevin Miles screams for ice cream. htm? 4 ag""""b-x' i be Tony Hunter Steve Hyles .lose Ibanez ' Magaly Ibarra 26 Seniors FJ77 I l l Barbara Isaacs Tamla J aggers Alfred James is never fully dressed without his smile. Kal-gn jeffrey Bob Johnson Charles Johnson Clayton Johnson Jerry Jackson Alfred James Billie Johnson Edward Johnson Seniors 27 M-" ,-N l . A Esther Johnson Norma Johnson Rod Johnson Damon Johnston Bryan Jones Joanna Jones Robby Fallin and Mike Wallace pep up the Spartans with their Richard ,longs Stacy jones poem in the Denton pep assembly. Fred Jurik Mary Key Tracy Knight Jlylichelle Kuykendall 28 Seniors 'Wt Trisha Toole doesn't like to be awakened by a camera. Jghn Lawfgncg Ramona Leaks Keith Leegood Eric Lennox Sharon Lewis Bill Lindley Rhonda Lindsey Lynelle Linker Regina Linwood Karla Littrell Jeff Lofton DeLynn Loy James Lyles Cheryle Macon Seniors 29 Sharon Malone Adolphus Maloy a 'F'-S Tommie Markham Ida Martin Sean Martin Canuto Martinez , , study for their Spams Q . Shawn Newsome and Rusty Ditmars use every spare moment to h test. Marisa Martinez Cerrita Mathis 30 Seniors Mb- Ln.. Kelley Maurer Robin Maxam Billy McCarter Rena McGhee Shawn Mick Curtis Miller Sherry McClung Michael McCoy Joel McGahey Steve McGowan Heather McPherson Gayla Melaun Nh at Y , IT. E . I S F :-::fIa'f7'2 , ' 1 .fhhv , ., y,, W , , 1 Kevin Miles Karla Littrell, Karen Gunstanson, and Gloria Cruz try to get David Millgr organizaed after first period cheerleading practice. Seniors 31 TN Q Robin Miller Sonja Miller Jason Milligan Kenneth Mitchell whim Dinah Montalvo Penny Moore Angela Morgan Kristin Morris Karla Moses Kay Moss ff, Y Shawn Newsgme Kim Coburn enjoys a sucker during lunch while she watches the David Ngblgs people go by. 32 Seniors WWK YW' ' V 31, . f .XM Ab 'Ki i Ax 'X' an Reginald Ross Rhonda Rust Scotty Scott Lisa Serpas Calvin Ruble Barry Russell Autry Sanders Kimber Sanders Vonda Strickland, Pamela Cornish, and Stephanye Vinson get a chuckle out of Chaucer. Belinda Russell Sandra Sanders Sheryl Scott Sharon Serrata Seniors 35 Camille Stone Ronald Stout Artist, Toi Haynes, can sketch anywhere. Vonda Strickland Tammy SU-inggr Evette Stunkard Tammy Suiter Sheila Talley S Kenneth Tamez Bertha Taylor Tina Taylor Alison Terry Robert Thompson Seniors 37 'va X ..+.... , ,nf --:1 L R. ,LX-1 f . -aaa- n5 ' W iv., Mr ,1- ,,,,-N ,...- Q Z gl, l? is x E4 5 gf, av ,. "H'iiiifm EJ ' wwf: E ,,,,,, u Lx V 1 4 W i 0,10 fo at SPFQTTPQ 63 The junior year brought with it many changes. One of the biggest changes was advancing to the status of upperclassmen. Develop- ing leadership and responsibility was a task that the juniors fulfilled. The junior class belonged to many organizations including the French club, Thespians, and Spanish club, and they par- ticipated in activities such as dances, and sporting events during the year. They had the respon- sibility of beginning to plan for the future and taking courses necessary for graduation. Of course, the best part of being in the junior class of 1984 was being one step closer to becoming the senior class of 1985. 44 Juniors K OTS his html-XE L L Junior class officers are Janice Bradley - President, Tierney Hopkins - Vice-President, Melinda Paiz - Secretary. ,1t'5'5:if:f--tyfgcfa W5 TE V, it 5' fluff is 5 x Eialsfs 44, A i CQ! Togetherness helps Matt Lindsey, Joel Ballew, Steve Barger, Kristi Stout and Kirk Buchanan through trig. H MW ,fg xg, 4 4 ff Ni 3 1' 5 1 SE Cartinus Anderson Sabrcna Armstrong Elijah Arredondo David Arterbury David Askew Tonya Ballard Joel Ballew Steve Barger Paula Barham Sheri Barnhart Tvinia Battles Tina Benoit Donnetta Benson Kathy Black Charles Blair Barbi Blanch Derek Bluitt Janice Bradley Terry Brence Angela Briggs Juniors 45 46 Juniors Lori Brisendine Anthony Brooks Angie Brown Phyllis Brown Rickey Browning Vickie Browning Kirk Buchanan Lana Burkett Jackie Burrell Eddie Busch Michelle Byers Mandy Byrd Cecil Camper Ray Cantwell It's all play and no work for Melissa Dorrough, Melinda Paiz, Hope Haynes, and Mary Tierney. Scott Morgan and Shelly Reed entertain themselves while they wait for the CWD C Mft Mark Carlock Casey Carney Katherine Cato Patricia Causey David Chambers Ka Chaney Alex Chang Paul Cherry Mike Churchwell Darryl Clark Vickie Cleveland Stephanie Coates Weldon Colbert Duane Coleman Juniors 47 48 Juniors Hazel Coleman Joe Contreras Ken Cork Steve Crawford Wanda Creamer Shannon Crowley Melody Cullipher Darlene Cunha Christi Current Kelvin Dansby Tammy Davenport Anthony Davis Demetria Davis Eldred Davis Sherry Dollgener Paul Donaldson Melissa Dorrough ,?"'i Ms. Hallum helps Ronda Jackson and Carlos Trevino with their fall semester schedule. David Askew escorts Tammy Vail to her sec- ond period class. S Hfcsax Jimmy Duffey Jimmy Duncan Raul Escareno Mark Euziere Tracy Farrell Rad Ferguson David Fitzgerald Candis Flener Shannon Flener Terri Fortune Kim Fredrick Julian Garcia Kevin Garner Judy Gatewood David Gibbs Stormy Gifford Juniors 49 50 Juniors Irma Gonzales Emilio Gonzalez Marsha Gowans Wanda Greenlee Barbra Gregg Gary Grimes Kim Grimes Joseph Guerra Lisa Hall Melvin Harden Scott Harper Pamela Harris Hope Haynes Carl Henderson Kirk Buchanan can't resist D. D. Hicks. 'av KTLYT S e .1 vest. N 1 Kim Mitchell is into New Wave. u--.ua Rodney Henley Steven Henry Alonzo Hernandez Leticia Hernandez Norma Hernandez Kandy Herring Robert Hester Dara Hicks Pam Hicks Charlotte Hill Cedric Hollins Cliff Hooker Tierney Hopkins Betty Hunter Linda Ivy Ronda Jackson .I uniors 51 52 Juniors Wen Jackson Verita James Jeffery Jarmon Tony Jeffery Julia Jenkins Sherry Jenkins Sylvia Jenkins David Johnson Frank Johnson Glen Johnson Anthony Jones Brian Jones Holly Kephart Michael King Jeffrey Kirkwood Keith Kissentaner Sherri Sims and Jill Tucker are the Starlet snow bunnies A Ronda Kuykendall Christi Lambert Robert Leal James Lefils Sun Lim Cristcla Limon Matt Lindsey Jerry Lisenbe Lisa Lockmiller Ronnie Long JoAnn Love Richard Love Maria Macias Floyd Macon 54 Juniors Wallace Maloney Renee Manes Jeff Mann Nelson Mansell Rita Marsh Roxanna Martel Melissa Mathews Monya Mathis Windifer Mays Mary McCoy Nancy McNeal Royce Meeks Carmel Meza Carolyn Mitchell Kim Mitchell Peggy Mitchell sei ,441 In child development, Lana Burkett shows off her egg "baby." Michelle Nance listens to Christi Current tell everything she knows about biology. ,4 Janice Moody Melissa Moore Gary Moorefield Donald Morgan Ken Morgan Scott Morgan Russell Morris Chris Moses Patricia Mudgett Anthony Neal Earnest Neal Greg Neal Larry Neal Tina Nuckols Paula Nunley Melinda Paiz Juniors 55 56 Juniors Rachel Pantoja Rebecca Pantoja Diana Parker Karie Peek R. C. Peters Carter Pierce Kim Pitts Charles Porchia Joseph Proctor Irma Ramirez Shelly Reed Wendy Reed .. ,':.'Wf"1"" The .I.V. cheerleaders have got it together at the Lincoln game Milf' lin l l l K Kim Pitts leads the way for the Starlets at the North Mesquite pep assembly. Ronny Reeves Beth Rener Charles Rhynes Michael Richmond Angela Roberson Ricky Robinson Tim Rodriguez Debbie Rodriquez Mack Rogers Lenthell Rosemond Reginald Ross Billy Russ Darrin Saddler Moises Salazar Kennod Salter Eric Sanders Juniors 57 58 Juniors Marc Sands Maria Sands James Selby Betty Shankle Andrea Shultz Kelly Simmons Sherri Sims Christina Smith Tracy Smith Zachary Smith Kathy Spears Mcchelle Spencer Tonya Starks Alan Stephens Craig Stephenson Audrey Stout Byron Austin, Anthony Gibson, Floyd Maco fery watch the ladies go by. wo? X f iff ' , 3 . ws. Reginald Austin, Larry Woodard and Joe Jef- l 'S Kristi Stout Nicki Strange Shannon Sweek Jeffrey Tarver Charles Tatum Annora Tawney Randy Terry Deide Thomas Kim Thomas Trisha Thomas Angie Thompson Mary Tierney Jill Tucker Shane Tucker Brad Turner Tammy Vail Juniors 59 60 Juniors Cherrie Vanderslice Tonia VanRoss George Vaughn Rudy Vela Victor Vela David Vines Yolanda Ward J acquelyn Whitaker John White Mark White Vickie White Lisa Whitehead Chris Williams Dedrick Williams Denise Williams Steven Wood Garland Woodard Larry Woodard Mark Woody Alene Young J umors 1n Bryon William Jesse Michelle Gary Hatfield Hamby 0 After frantically running around as freshmen, the excite- ment of being a sophomore was knowing that they were not at the bottom of the totem pole any longer. Not only was there more freedom, but more doors were opened for advancement. As they climbed up the pole, many sophomores felt that they were more a part of the school. Sophomores were eligible to belong to more clubs and to par- ticipate in more activities. This brought about responsibility. They set examples for the freshmen and took another step toward becoming a member of the senior class of 1986. 62 Sophomores Of, fl Q9 Q5 X5 Sophomore class officers are Priscilla Ramirez - Vice-President Melissa Carol - Secretary and Cherry Brown - President. ii W i E i. : I 0 . O. QV Ricky Montalvo, Brenda Taylor, Shannon Roberts, Tina Dodson, and Rochell Aguirre climb the stairs to success. Alison Adkins Maria Agado Rochell Aguirre Donald Alexander Eliud Alfaro Arthur Allen John Allen Andrew Armstrong Steven Arnold Walter Arnold Stacy Arrington Jimmy Ashley Kager Atkins Elvira Avila David Aycock Wesley Bain Karen Banks Elizabeth Barfield Shane Barger Steve Barnhart Sandra Baxter Nancy Beckham Chris Bene Kevin Bene Christie Bevill Danny Bishop Susan Black Diana Bobien John Boleware Fonda Boyd DeLynda Bradley Kevin Brinkley Billy Brown Cherry Brown Chris Brown Sophomores 63 James Brown Jerry Brown Ritchie Bryant Jennifer Buchanan Michael Burke Valerie Burks Robert Caldwell Michael Carlisle Melissa Carol Darla Carpenter Samuel Carpenter Jeffrey Carrozza Marcus Carter Chris Casebolt Wence Castellano Noah Castro Dana Caylor Sue Chandler Scot Chapman James Childress 64 Sophomores N Brian Chisolm Keith Chisolm Anita Christensen Mary Clancy Mike Clark Lacey Clay Leslie Cobb Keith Cobbin Shelley Collier Shell Cooley Sherrin Cooper Tim Cooper Frank Coronado Roland Cortez Harold Couch Donna Courson Trisha Cowan Almon Crawford April Crawford Yolanda Crockett Sherri Crouch Dale Crowder Tonya Culton Cheryl Cummings David Current Taquita Dansby Mike Darby Sophomores 65 LaShon Davis Sheree Davis Robin Dean Raymon DelCastillo Joe Dellinger Johnnie Diaz Brenda Dixon Alesia Dixson Tina Dodson Bridget Donahue Corin Donahue Sandra Doughty Trina Drake Cynthia Earl Donnie Earls Tammie Edington Ursula Ervin Ronald Evans Shannon Floyd Sandy Gibson Rodney Godbey Evetta Goldman Sheryl Goolsby Bill Gordon Loretta Grimes Dolores Guerrero 66 Sophomores Greta Jackson, Pam Titus, and Tanya Kelly stick together through thick and thin. Nancee Gwaltney Sharletta Haire Patricia Hall Mike Haney Karen Hansen Doug Hathorn Paul Hatzenbuehler Chris Henderson Robby Henderson Michael Henry Rodney Hoard Justin I-locker Michelle Holt Deanna Howle Linda Hudson Perry Hulse Troy Hultsman Denise Hunt Annette Hurd Claudia Ibanez Sophomores 67 Jimmy Isbell Charlotte Jackson Anner Jackson Greta Jackson Joe Jeffery Patrick Jimison Cletis Johnson Delania Johnson Johnny Johnson Tracy Johnson Gwendolyn Jones Regina Jones Shannon Julsen Jesse Keeton Pamela Kellum Tanya Kelly Sherry Kennedy Bryan Kettle Benjamin Kimble Alice Kimbrough Janet King James Kuykendall Richard Kuykendall Darren Land Tyrone Langford Kenneth Langreder 68 Sophomores It's obvious Wence Castellano eats his spinach ,ww-x -was "-Q., Ky-u 'T' Mike Morris builds his body instead of his mind in biology class. Jana Langston Juanita Lea Tammy Ledyard Tammy Lewis Robert Lightfoot Michelle Lipscomb Richard Liston Karen Locke Rudolph Lopez lnetta Lott Richard Lovell Sherry Main Stacey Maples Sonja Martin Anna Martinez Diana Martinez George Martinez Tonya May Phyliss Mayers Sophomores 69 Susan McAnally Alicia McClurkan Diane McCoy Pam McCoy Ferlinda McCullough Leslie McFarland Tammy McHone Jeff McKenzie Richard McKnight Latanya McMillan Mike Merimon Tina Meza Stephen Miles Charles Miller Ronald Millican Latruneia Mitchell Miguel Montalvo Lara Moore Lydia Morgan Michael Morris Donald Morrison Mike Morton Cathy Murray 70 Sophomores is 'Nw 1.91 Donald Morrison is in the office again. Melissa Carol shows her tin grin. 'tav- 'F'-' 'VV ,Qtr Q--, 8 1 -W9 Joel Myers Michelle Nance Ron Nelson Greg Norris Mike Page Angela Parker Bryron Parker Kristie Parris Corsandra Parrish Michael Paschall Francisco Perez Hugo Perez James Pettis Rodessie Pinnekins Tracey Poole Charlotte Poteet Danny Powell Guadalupe Ramirez Priscilla Ramirez Tammy Ratcliff Wanda Ray Cornell Record Raul Reyna Anthony Richardson Stacey Ridge Zandra Riverson Sophomores 71 Kim Roberts Shannon Roberts Diane Rodriguez Freddie Rodriguez Keith Rogers Kenny Rogers Deedra Rouvaldt Charles Rowland Agustin Ruiz Oscar Ruiz Lanita Rust Allen Sample Tommy Sanderson Gina Sarratt James Scott Trini Scott Boris Shed Jedidah Sheets Kimberly Shoemaker Lisa Simms Melody Simon JoAnn Smart Anthony Smith Kim Smith Mahlon Smith Ron Smith 72 Sophomores H6 ,.. Q21 'Brin Iii Steve Barnhart knows he's bad Tanya Smith Tracey Smith Yulonda Smith Wendy Steele Lonnie Stevens Corby Stevenson Michael Stewart Lee Still Mark Still John Sullins Tamie Sullins David Swinney Anthony Tabaniag Kenneth Tatum Anthony Taylor Julius Taylor Sherry Taylor Bobby Teal Sabrina Thompson Pamela Titus Frank Todora Denise Tribe Kathrine Tulley David Tumey Cindy Turner Eric Turner Sophomores 73 Hernandez Van Zandt Claudia Vaughn James Venters Abel Villarreal Lynette Voelkle Kenetia Wade Jamal Waldon Rhonda Walker Carla Wallace Kenneth Walton Andrew Warren Krissie Warren Patrick Warren Reginald Warren Cynthia Washington Anthony Webb Chris Webb Melissa Welch Michelle Welch Reagan Wenner Denise West Kelley Westbrook Michael White Tony Widemon Mary Williams Riley Willingham Teresa Winters Frank Wisenhunt Coy Worley Vevetta Wright Deborah Wrye Molly Yandell Kim Yates Michelle Young Richard Zavala 74 Sophomores ... .sf '15 sdsgg 2. 'lf' Dlanne Bill Cash Alta Joe Chavez C Thomas Clark Lori Cox Shannon Crowley Charles Davis Bryan Dean Latasha Duncan Elhs Evans F lener n Rogers Smart The transition from middle school to high school was a big step for freshmen. They had to ad- just to new rules and regulations, the size of the school, pep assemblies and being harassed by upper classmen. Organizations were also a change of pace for freshmen. They had the opportunity to belong to such organizations as Blue Jackets, freshman choir, freshman football, Thepsians, stu- dent council, Allied Youth and many others. For the first time some students were not only required to take their regular classes, but also A.E. English or A.E. math. These classes helped students in areas in which they needed special attention. The freshman class of 1984 ac- cepted the many changes, grew physically and intellectually and looked forward to their distant senior year. 76 Freshmen 'YN Freshman class offciers are Deanna Brown - Vice-President, Cynthia Espinoza - Presi- dent, and Crissy Ortiz - Secretary. auf..-...et tc" a 5 - t t R. kkk., -f ,X L S , NR 5 My I gn' ,Ht 1 eeee 1 f Q Q X W 'i f t .wt ss e . ....,. ,, . .ii i 7 .. . - Belinda Mays, Lisa Braswell, Laura Powell, Sandy Staab, and Cyndi Gibbs try to learn the words to the alma mater in freshman choir. .. , zfwlww- fx at .s ' , ag 27" if :FKA V - W, ,M ,VJ fi-1 wwf, g. ,ft . ilk: V 4. ,' 'Z pi B H ! f 0 " 3 we 1 V, f ' W V 5 , -' 4 ,. . , ,-U . ai- fn .' 1 , - f of V A W, V ' , ' i. ' f': 1f' f::.Vff 1 I H" ' ga fig: v A My I? W X 1, f A 'V In VY Vw J Q ,77 4 A . " " .. 1... . , ,iii , 8 " "W ' 0 x ii ' 1: V ,SEV A55 " ,,, , g ,, f -. ai I- , , V .. f- I I , E W . A Qi. 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W , , is V- 4 f M iff- 1 fVV fa- Wt ,L ' f is, - gf ff +-ff f I ' V ' Q 1 V in, 4 """ ,f -' , f , , I . 5 , t ,VM 1 , Rushunda Adams J osett Aguirre Angela Alexander Bart Alexander Dwight Alexander Mark Alexander James Allen Bruce Anderson Russell Ansley Diane Araujo Ray Artis Debbie Athey Cynthia Aynes Dondy Bailey Robert Bailey Cheryl Baker Traci Barber Hubert Barnes Joe Barnhill Donald Barr Patrick Baty Donna Bedwell Tina Bedwell Dorothy Bellah Jewel Benjamin Melvin Benjamin Shannon Bennett Stephanie Benson Bubba Bergeaux Rhonda Berryhill Brenda Billings Donna Birdwell Daniel Blanch Bryan Blanton Toni Boland Tim Bolt James Bowen Karla Boyd Ramona Bradley Lisa Braswell Missi Braswell Kevin Brisendine Sheila Brisendine Chris Brown Deanna Brown Marie Brown Monica Brown Rodney Brown Sonja Bryant Kristi Burnett Robert Burns Tammi Burns Tammy Caldwell Carl Campell Vanessa Camper Chris Cantu Freshmen 77 Terry Carol Clay Carroll Kristi Carter Carlos Castellano Patricia Castleberry Lucy Chang Ada Chapman Martha Chavez Charles Cheatwood Greg Cherry Rafael Cisneros Billy Clark Dean Clark Willie Cleveland Steven Cobb Mike Coffel Linda Coleman Jason Conner Robert Coonrod James Cooper Harvey Cope Tommy Courson Chris Cousins Wesley Cox Duana Craig George Crawford Monica Crawford Yolanda Crear Steve Crook Shannon Crouch Cassie Crowe Mark Crowley Michael Curry Susan Dale Yolanda Dandridge Annie Daniels Kris Daniels Cornelia Darden Larry Davault Sherri Davidson Donna Davis 78 Freshmen Sherri Wafford finds power writing amusing in fourth period A.E. English .1 in , Szi.. .kkx 5 Cynthia Espinoza is always on her way home by 4:05. sf" rug 2 , Karen Davis Kealvin Davis Marcel Davis Juan DeLaRosa Jarvita Dirickson Jason Ditmars Wendy Dockins Danny Dominguez Michael Dooley Norma Duarte Lonnie Duncan Monty Duncan Chantay Durham Bryan Edwards Eddie Edwards Chris Ellison Keith English Cynthia Espinoza Alycia Evans John Evans Terri Fallin William Featherston Kevan Ferguson Roger Finley Dewayne Finney Jimmy Fivecoat Steve Flournoy Farron Foster Jerrye Fox Stacy Franklin Jessie Friday Christia Fuller Arturo Gamez Vinson Gantt Mel Garcia Rodolfo Garcia Charles Garden Pamela Garrett Sharon Gatewood Bryan Germany Cyndi Gibbs Nancy Goans Terry Goans Ron Godbey Freshmen 79 Stephanie Gonzales Danette Graham Jennifer Graham Tian Graham Van Gray Chris Griffin Byron Grifllng Adrian Gudino Dora Guerrero Richard Guinn Mike Hamby Monica Hamilton Devon Hampton David Hargis Eldred Harris Victoria Harris David Harvey Corey Hawthorne J errye Lynn Head Terayn Head Bobby Henderson Janelle Henderson Debra Henries Carlos Hernandez Pete Hernandez Pam Hickman James Higgins Charles Hill Rodrick Hill Rhonda Hoard Kelvin Hodge Mark Homan Priscilla Hope Brandie Hullett Ray Hulse Norman Hutchinson Jamie Jackson Angela Jackson Leslie Jackson Yolanda Jackson Tracie Jacobs Norris J emmerson Scott Jennings David J ocoy Cedric Johnson Erbie Johnson Kenneth Johnson 80 Freshmen 'if W mei W J' , Q f' G 2, . ,245 ' it J 8 f 4 I , ' , A J '-it J J X i A,, it QI' V Qt ,r i J ,ll ,V .v.:, V . , 'U In ' ,if 5 1 A , if 'v i' 4 -1. ov , 7 af 1 . , ' s A L , , if . NV l f l 5 l Melissa Wrye takes a break from decorating the hall for Homecoming. Patricia Johnson Alicia Jones Brian Jones Craig Jones John Paul Jones Michelle Jones Stephan Jones Tameka Jones William Jones Donald Joplin Jay Keeton Damian Keierleber Annette Kent Richard Kent Alex Kerbow Huey Kerry Tony Kessee Joel Key Shannon Killebrew April King Lisa Krannich Virgil Kuykendall Michelle Lamay Gregory Lamkins Roland Leal Justin Lee Clifton Lewis Kenetha Lewis Kimberly Lewis Leonard Lewis Brent Little James Lockhart Lisa Lofton Kevin Long Tracey Long JoAnn Lopez Freshmen 81 Chuck Love Misty Lybrand Brian Mabary Tenesa Manning Pamela Martin Ricky Martin Elizabeth Martinez Henry Martinez Letty Martinez Matthew Martinez Mark Mauer Donna Maurry Belinda Mays Marla McCall Gina McCoppin Terri McCown Fred McCoy Heath McCoy Tonya McCoy Derrick McGary Stephanie McGhee Gregory McGinn Joyce McKelvey Melvin McKinney Kim McKnight Christene McMullen Marcus Mendez Monty Menzel Martin Meza Theresa Meza Cristal Miles Lisa Miles Catherine Miller Randall Miller Rhonda Miller Todd Miller Tommy Mills Casey Mitchell Denise Mitchell John Mitchell Donald Mokry Ronald Mokry Earnest Monette Christopher Moore Kedra Moore Gayla Morgan Sandra Morrison 82 Freshmen A l W., t,,,, ,. 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V aw ' ' ' t Q5 5 r - 540 V f - ' M w e , ' QP Q , ,Y nj cf , 4, 2 AX M - f 1 ts A--f"' f A At fe 4 V til W V is , he fi f f Q ff i In , tyty 1- yt, Shannon Bennett, Andrea Stanton, Steve Belinda Mays develop their thinking ei HQ! f If ii a' 'Ibn A V WM Q t- as ,Z gum M W 451 f itil ,p Q 4 ii. 4 .1 , 559 . fkfs I ly, ua' Louis Ricarte Diedra Walton Alycra Evans and skills through demonstration all X' fir Danny Morton Kenneth Myers Raman Nassar Jimmy Nealey Fredrick Newhouse Shaynor Newsome Bonnie Niccolls Karen Nichols Jamie Norris LaDonna Norris Michelle Norris Patricia Ochoa Brian Oden Crissy Ortiz Elvira Otis Jimmy Owens Ben Padgett Randall Parker Rhonda Patrick Stacey Pedersen Curtis Pena Jason Penland Melida Perez Corey Perry Lance Phillips Michelle Pierson Judy Pinales Missey Pinnekins Braun Porter J. B. Poullard Laura Powell Michele Prater F. T. Pratt Terry Presley Viviana Prieur Angela Prince Albert Pugh Richard Raab April Rachal Annette Ragsdale Nick Ramirez LaTonya Ransom Misti Ransom Sheila Ransom Freshmen 83 Brian Ray Brian Rayford Joe Reese Laronda Reeves Benito Reyes Terry Rhone Louis Ricarte Lester Richard Jana Richardson Kenton Richmond Sandra Riggs William Roberson Bill Robinson Keith Robinson Alice Robledo Betty Robledo Miguel Rodriguez Lorraine Rodriquez Juan Romo Raul Romo Ray Romo Rhonda Rosemond Sharon Ross Sam Routt John Samford David Sample Ronnie Sample George Sanders Victoria Sanderson Hugo Sauceda Ernestine Saucedo Dawn Scott James Searl Thomas Shankle Benjie Shaw Corey Shaw 84 Freshmen ...oi- J Q at tttt jr We 2 - we Ni Christia Fuller, Stephanie McGhee, Jerrye Lynn Head, and Shelia Ransom are best friends in the TORCH. I-all X'-1 wax Rhonda Miller waits for a helping hand while decorating the hall. Shannon Shaw Tina Shields John Sholars Tracy Shupak Fonda Sims Kelby Sistrunk Daralyn Skyler Sonya Smart Carlos Smith Lane Smith Marie Smith Ricky Smith Tina Smith Yolanda Smith Yolanda Smith Ruth Ann Smitty James Spence Sandy Staab Trepasco Stanton Gregory Stegall Jeff Stephens Sonya Steve Iris Steward Eric Stewart Richard Stewart Tasha Stinson Glenn Stone Tom Stuart Kevin Swanner Donovan Tanner Jeffrey Tatum Nona Taylor Shane Taylor Beverly Terry Carrie Thomas Anita Thompson Steve Thorpe James Threlkeld Houng Tieu James Todd Julie Todoroff Renina Torain Glenn Townsend Cassandra Turner Michael Turner William Uloth Sandra Usrey Freshmen 85 David Vance Sally VanSyckle Eugene Vaughan Oteka Vaughn Darren Veail Domingo Vega Katrina Wade Sherri Wafford Stacy Wagner Alvin Waiters DeWayne Walker Deidra Walton Wendy Walton Janice Ward Ruth Wardrup Roy Waters Kyle Watson Brenda Watts Shawn Webb George Welch Cherri Whatley Anthony Whitaker Amber White John White Floyce Whitehead Erica Whitlow Otis Whitmore Timothy Wilkes Elizabeth Williams Quincy Williams Unikka Williams Veronica Williams Shana Williamson Deborah Wilson Michael Wilson Michelle Wilson Mike Wilson Patrice Wilson Shannon Wilson Deborah Wood Felicia Woods Dorothy Wooten Yolanda Wright Melissa Wrye Marty Yates Diana Ybarra 86 Freshmen 6 I of f ly ,, wa M 3 fs. A F3 5' 3 M. t Y l gay t v J J ,X he I ' X + nl p 4 x it Jf , ' .L fi W-sf mf' Q 1 Z kj: , la ,,, ,. g , I 0230, 'of 1 2 Sw :N Jimmy Fivecoat, Mike Coffel, Craig Jones, watch the girls in fourth period A.E. English. and Dewayne Finney line up to 3 iii we Qi if Y El Q: Q si S 3 S S Q S 3 X The staff of W. W. Samuell consisted of administrators, teachers, counselors, the registrar, librarians, secretaries, clerks, paraprofes- sionals, custodians, and lunch- room personnel. Each of these people contributed a great deal to life at Samuell. They were a dedicated group that worked many hard hours to promote an atmosphere of cooperation, friendliness and respect. They devoted many extra hours sponsoring various organizations. Two special programs ex- isted at Samuell with special teachers. These programs were the Dallas Regional School for the Deaf, and the special education program. Samuell was very fortunate to be the on- ly DISD high school teaching the hearing impaired. Teachers worked with students on sign language, speech and educa- tional skills. The W. W. Samuell staff comprised from one to twenty- eight years service in the building. A more dedicated group could not be found anywhere. 88 Faculty ii Q 'w ,. . ,,,w 1 -----......,.....1 A. .--M as Mr. Wallace is always ready to referee in any situation. K gtg? Mr. Bruner and his senior brood, Kim Coburn, Kimber Sanders, Marietta Watson, Sheryl Scott, and Billie Johnson discuss college scholarships. gifs, as Us War 'J ,- L, -iwr""' Ms. Betty Abbott Ms. Linda Adams Ms. Jolene Aicklen Mr. Benny Allen Ms. Cindy Allen Media Center Clerk English, Cheerleading, VOE, OEA I Drafting, Architecture Interpreter Banner Team, Senior Pub I9 mfr Ms. Donna Allison Ms. Dalena Anderson Ms. Joyce Armstrong Ms. Pam Arthur Ms. Mattie August Interpreter Interpreter, Secondary Homemaking, FHA Algebra, Geometry, Blue Deaf Education, English, Unit for the Deaf Jackets, Tennis, Reading Keywanettes 'N-.. Ms. Dorie Bailey Ms. Gen Ballard Mr. Ernest Battle Ms. Betty Bell Sergeant Henry Bivins Secondary Unit for the History, Swimming, Cross Algebra, NHS English, Journalism, ROTC Ueaf country Sentinel, NHS "still" 3 Ms. Peggy Braden English, Speech, Senior Pub Mr. Mark Branson Deaf Education CEC, WAC Ms. Ann Brown Ms. Pat Brown Ms. Cathy Butler Biology, Physical Science HECE, HERO English Faculty 89 x N Q v -1 L-E . ,,, In - V.: ' . X t X . ai E . .. Zii X... . it HV, f te sl ' g , ' . " ' HF: ,. . 'SL' - ' s fy , .,Ai.: C .,iZE, . y gg 1:5 'iv XE. . t .,:. wwf r S . . C 1. NZ. wi Y - ,, 'P Custodians Mr. Oliver Shaw, Mr. Alvin Johnson, Mr. Jim Staten, Mr. James Lee, and Mr. Mike Alvarez take a break from their daily routines. Mr. James Bruner Ms. Tina Campbell Mr. I-Ieliodoro Cantu Ms. Harlene Cawyer Mr. Joe Chappell Senior Counselor Interpreter Plastics Deaf Education, VOE, Physical Science VOCCT Ms. Charlene Clanton Ms. Lee Clayton Ms. Virginia Cobb Ms. Mary Elizabeth Mr. Clem Crook Principal's Secretary Word Processor Media Center Clerk Crawford Concert Choir, English JESTERSZ, Special and Mixed Choir 90 Faculty 'ur' 'sae N ,Si if V . Ms. Vivian Daniels Ms. Rosie Davila Ms. Helen Davis Ms. Karen Dunbar Mr. Jackie Edwards VOE Lab, OEA ll Government, History Media Specialist Deaf Education, Math, JV History, Football, Girl's Cheerleading Track Ms. Floy Epps Ms. Mary Hawkins Mr. Fred Fagan Ms. Susie Fagg Ms. Mary Fanner Asst. Principal's Secretary Registrar Deaf Education, Ceramics Deaf Education, VAC, Homemaking, FHA Ms. Judi Ferguson xi .iti ,E K , Deaf Education, Directed .V A study ...l Work Education Ki? ....,. Ms. Joyce Feuerbacher Mr. Lyndon Foster Principal's Clerk Metal Shop, Power Mechanics Ms. Thomas disapproves of too many typing Ms. Carolyn Fulton Ms. Jean Gambrell Ms. Lauren Glasco errors. Media Specialist English, Red Cross PE. Girl's Volleyball, JV Basketball Faculty 91 Ms. Excell Groggs Mr. David Grounds Ms. Jessie Hall Ms. Sallye HaUum Ms. Anne Hatch English, Typing Biology, Football, English, JV Cheerleading Junior Counselor Secondary Unit for the Powerlifting Deaf, Photography Physical Therapist Ms. Kim Heiman iiirr,rri Ms. Robin Hill Deaf Education, CEC, Directed Study Ms. Odella Hollins Mr. Branson has to force feed Ms. Penix lunchroom food. Ms. Nema Hollingsworth Aide Clerk 2 2 Mr. Bennie Hooker Ms. Gwen Hughes Ms. Teresa Hughes Ms. Cyndy Jaremko 92 Faculty Wood shop Principal's Clerk Deaf Education, Health, Speech Therapist CEC, Cheerleading Mr. Jeff Johnson Government, Baseball Freshman Football 4,1 Ms. Janice Jones Ms. Maggie Jones Ms. Irene Knox Secondary Unit for the History, Government, A.E. Math Deaf Student Council fa? Ms. Jayne Landis Ms. Erma Lewis Ms. Cynthia Locke Ms. Wallace warns her students about the Interpreter Sophomore Counselor Interpreter dangers of communism in 1984. Ms. Beverly Long Ms. Rita Lopez Ms. Debbie Lynd Ms. Inez Marshall Mr. Dennis McAdams Health, PE Special Education PE, Health, Starlets Counselor's Clark History, Football Ms. Mary Kay McCollum Ms. Mary McDermott Ms. Glenda McKim1ey Mr. Charles McRae Ms. Ellen Miller English, TORCH Deaf Education, DeafEducation, English ICT, VICA Deaf Education, Speech Geography, History Therapist Faculty 93 Mr. Joseph Miller Ms. Laura Mitchell Mr. Michael Mitchell Government, Boy's Special Education Aide Deaf Education, English, Soccer, Football for the WAC Reading Ms. Melinda Moffett Ms. Evelyn Monroe Deaf Education Aide Interpreter, Secondary Unit for the Deaf Ms. Dorothy Moody Mr. Jeff Morrow Mr. Calvin Nagy Algebra Government, Theater Interpreter Arts, Thespians 951. ibm Wmwmsk x wfwsgrtaswmfmgsrii Mr. H. A. Nicholson Physics, Chemistry, Physical Science Ms. Loucretia Needles Interpreter 5 Ms. Nellie Bryant, Ms. Ruth Ellis, Ms. Hazel Jordon, Ms. Mary Starks, Ms. Freda Cook, Ms. Mary Hubbard, Ms. Edith Cotton, Ms. Song Pena, Ms. Helen Hart, Ms. Betty Alexander, and Ms. Ruby Carter are decked out for County Fair Day at Samuell. 94 Faculty Mr. John Oliphant Ms. Beverly O'Pry History, Football Physical Science NEGH7 BEF mm Ms. McCollum wishes it were the night before Christmas. Mr. Charles Osler Mr. Mike Partain Program Specialist, Deaf Deaf Education, Biology, Educator Physical Science .M.,,s Ms. Elaine Penix Ms. Laura Perez Mr. Melvin Peterson Ms. Kim Piering Ms. Florence Pipkins Deaf Education, History, Counselor's Clerk PE, JV Football, .IV Deaf Education, History, ' Algebra, MOCE Government Basketball Life Science Q 35 F K . ax Y-27 A ,Q was X xg ,,,, Vg Ms. Nancy Pogoda Ms. Peggy Pullen Ms. Debbie Raulerson Ms. Juanita Reed Ms. Gayle Rhoads Secondary Unit for the English Interpreter History, French, French Spanish, Spanish Club, Deaf, Girl's Soccer Club, NHS Allied Youth Faculty 95 Mr. Ben Rice Ms. De Ripley Ms. Becky Robertson Mr. David Robertson Ms. Patricia Russell Accounting, Business Lab, Interpreter Art Career Exploration Interpreter Algebra, Trig, Elementry Analysis, Math Club Mr. Doug Scott Ms. Judy Serpas Ms. Debbie Sewell Ms. Dolores Shavers Ms. Barbara Sikes Health, Varsity English, Blue Jackets, Deaf Education Secretary Special Education CVAE, VOCT Basketball, J .V. Baseball NHS Ms. Russell helps Cathy Murray and Jamie Jackson with an algebraic equation. 96 Faculty Ms. Amy Silcox Mr. Arvel Smith Special Education Government, Football Head Coach Ms. Connie Smith Ms. June Smith Interpreter Attendance Clerk Ms. Kathleen Smith Ms. Lina Smith Ms. Eddie Stafford Study Hall Special Education English Dr. Margaret Steere Ms. Bonnie Stratton Mr. Bob Sybert Ms. Reed tells her sixth period French class c'est Calculus, Algebra DE, DECA Computer Math, Golf dommage. sst if E ie' Ms. Janet Thomas Mr. Earl Thompson Ms. Mary Tobola Ms. Carol Trigg Ms. Jane Trollinger Typing, Shorthand Interpreter Secondary Unit for the Deaf Education, Theater Study Hall Deaf, Deaf Pep Club Arts, Science, Personal Sponsor Social Adjustment Ms. Mabel Tucker Homemaking, FHA nwg, Ms. Emily Ugarte Mr. Ray Valencia Ms. Ellen Vanderslice Ms. Mary Vines Interpreter Deaf Education, English, Deaf Education, Math, Interpreter Silent News Music, Driver's Education Faculty 97 ' fa Ms. Jean Vining Mr. Carl Wallace Ms. Edwina Wallace Freshman Counselor Biology Government, History 4 Mr. Bill Wartos Mr. David Whisler Ms. Shirley White Band, Lab Band Orchestra Attendance Clerk Lisa Hoppert and Mr. Shelley trip the light fan- Ms. Sandra Williams Mr. Johnnie Wilson Ms. Karen Withrow tastic at the Howdy Dance. Special Education Algebra Interpreter 98 Faculty I s x 5 Ms. Lois Wright Ms. Veda Wright Ms. Linda Yater Ms. Brenda Yoder Ms. Barbie Young Attendance Clerk Study Hall Homemaking, FHA Secondary Unit for the Deaf Education, Deaf Homemaking Mrs. Morrison presents Ms. Perez with a Life-Membership award. PTA paves the way The purpose of the W. W. Samuell Parent Teacher Associa- tion was to involve and educate parents. This group sold pizza kits as their main fund raiser. They also set up a booth at the Pleasant Grove Celebration and sold homemade items. During the year they provided a special luncheon for the teachers. They also helped with senior ac- tivities. Two life memberships were presented by the PTA this year, one to Laura Perez and one to Lillian Strange. The dedication of the PTA yearbook was received by Mr. Shelley. Ms. Mary Kay McCollum was selected as Ter- rific Teacher from W. W. Samuell by the PTA. Mrs. Barnhart, Mrs. Strange, Mrs. Espinoza, and Mrs. Loy wait patiently for the meeting to begin. 9-5-Q" L R X . E ,QR X A R R as n .- -1 law 'it' 5i??:i"'f,Lf.i: 595' i., . S491 A r ' ' I: .ff Yiwtilimi: Front Row: Mrs. Betty Morrison, Mrs. Marilyn Espinoza, Mrs. Anita Williams, Mrs. Jackie Tucker, Mrs. Mildred Stone, Mr. B. B. Rollings. Row 2: Mrs. Sandra Brisendine, Mrs. Bar- bara Loy, Mrs. Betty Gibson, Mrs. Carmen Perez, Mrs. Evelyn Manes. Row 3: Mrs. Pat Maurer, Mrs. Janice Barnhart, Mrs. Lana Thompson, Mrs. .lan Newsome, Mrs. Lillian Strange, Mrs. Margaret Wooten, Mrs. Betty Henderson. Back Row: Mrs. Lorraine Hairgrove, Mrs. Audrey Sanders, Mrs. Barbara Porter. Mrs. Stout, Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Gibson discuss the problems of the executive board meeting. Faculty 99 To the Students of W. W. Samuell: Thanks for allowing me to join your school. I've found this student body to be friendly, warm, caring and proud. You are to be commended for this tradition and challenged to continue. Our schools are going through many changes at this time. The inten- tions are to continue to improve your educational opportunities to fit a changing world. Many adjustments will have to be made by you. This is a part of life and a worthy experience. Keep a positive attitude and remember "there are no short-cuts to an educationf' Education is something you can't fool someone that you have and if you have a good education, no one can take it from you. To the Torch Staff- I've observed your dedication and loyalty to Samuell and to having an outstanding yearbook. lim sure this book will continue the tradition of being Hthe best." Mr. Rollings is proud to be a Samuell Spartan. Faculty Sincerely, lr B. B. Rollings, Jr. Principal Mr. Bratcher is always available when needed. Mr. B. B. Rollings .eeiet Mr. Rollings puts the finishing touches on a day's work. VpV.g,.....g Dr. Baca welcomes the faculty with a smile each morning. l Dr. Edward Baca Q J - . I ' Aa LZ, Q13 Mr. Rollings discusses course choices with Cynthia Washington and Terri Fallin. l Mr. Shelley helps out the lunchroom staff during a busy "C" lunch. Mr. Aubrey Bratcher l Mr. Burt Shelley Dr. Baca, Mr. Shelley, Mr. Rollings and Mrs. Rollings cheer the Spartans at the Skyline Tiieaders of the pack This year was Mr. Rollings' first year at Samuell. He came from the Transportation Magnet. He brought enthusiasm to Samuell and promoted school spirit. There were three people who assisted Mr. Rollings. Dr. Baca, Dean of Instruction, accepted the responsibility for the instructional programs including curriculum development, counseling services, classroom instruction, and evalua- tion of all programs. Mr. Bratcher was responsible for student welfare, school administration, and discipline. Mr. Shelley was in charge of student safety and welfare, and discipline. He was also responsible for senior activities. Faculty 101 In dedication Mr. Clements B. Crook was selected as the dedicatee of the l984 TORCH. The senior class voted and the 1984 TORCH staff made the final decision in select- ing Mr. Crook. Mr. Crook was known for his sudden sight- reading tests, his thought for the day and his artistic temperament. This year completed Mr. Crook's thirty-fourth year of teaching, twenty-seven of which were spent at Samuell. He has taught freshman choir, mixed choir, concert choir, and an elite group which he organized, the JESTERS! Mr. Crook had many respon- sibilities including preparing the to Mr. C. B. Crook choirs for contest and the annual spring and holiday shows. Mr. Crook continued the tradition of an annual musical, which was the highlight each year in the musical department. These musicals were fondly remembered by students and faculty alike. His last musical, Once Upon A Mattress, was as usual a triumph and one of the best. It was for his encouragement of students, his guidance as teacher and friend, and his time, effort and dedication to his students and the music department that we dedicated the 1984 TORCH to Mr. Clements B. Crook. A . H, ' ga. X h VS. MVA it X SK. -ww va-'ii ,ffffl ' i -1" .IEE1 , W T594 . 'f'u?I,-ffffif of " " f I 12 . x .W ,:5K-v,,a5?4.,i,M.f,vz,- ., .M 'jw 5 . ' ,as Mr. Crook and Ms. Stratton prepare to enter the "twilight zone. 102 Faculty Mr. Clements B. Crook is 1 ".. Q ,,,, l gf . R ,, .. , F Mr. Crook needs no applause. 2 " HW Q. 1 2 -5 K' .fy K -.. xx '. ,. .N 3 f 1 , - f ' if i lf , :,, 1. I f aw Mi 'K s ggi.. E ,L '-Q I s Wi I.: , X " ' 'EI , ... 5 -1 I 7 2 . . ' Q VVZE .gli- ,,A A t e P 3' fs Q Z ., .Wx . ' ka .X Mr. Crook leads the choir in "Opening for a Princess." 'Wzwllkl 2 Mr. Crook can't find his glasses again. 1585... N Ninn., Mr. Crook lectures third period about lack of selfdiscipline. and Trisha Toole for musical try-outs. Mr. Crook enjoys eating lunch with Ms. Marshall and Ms. White. Mr. Crook prepares Jill Tucker, Beth Hairgrove, Mark Woody, Kirk Buchanan, Kim Coburn Faculty 103 CD QA fs K 0 o s 16 0 4204: 40'o0Q' Q . , AQOQWQQOQ I 19 0 I Q , X' 2534 I 60 w . O va? X 'QQ ' 4 QQ 0 05 0 a I Zin '06, 4sQof'i' Being 3 Spartan is 104 SPONS -'11 'K competing in sports A Aft 1 X Jmtav' 5 . , . .. , "" A 's . . Front Row: Melvin Harden, Terry Holland, David Vines, James Brown, Mike Payne, Mgr - Joe Dellinger, David Nobles, Derek Bluitt, Reginald White, Dennis Blacknall, Randall Green. Second Row: Marcus Camper, Mike Wallace, Kelvin Dansby, Paul Donaldson, Dwight Sanders, Frank Johnson, Anthony Green, Eric Sanders, Mark Woody, Charles Parcheia, Rodney Hickman, Donnie Brown. Third Row: Coach Edwards, Coach Stokes, Ed Johnson, Bobby Sims, Vince Weldon, Archie Carroll, Coach Smith, Shawn Newsome, Alfred James, Mark Euziere, Anthony Brooks, Coach McAdams, Coach Grounds. Back Row: Robert Fallin, Charles Johnson, Reginald Austin, Dedrick Williams, Kenneth Walton, Jay VanSyckle, Kenneth Ditmars. Another winning season Varsity makes bi-district This year the 1983 Spartan var- sity football team defended their district championship crown. It was more difficult to stay on top than to be one ofthe many trying to reach the peak. With this in mind, the Spartans prepared for their 1983 season. Losing the season opener to North Mesquite got the Spartans off to a bad start, but they refused to give up and went on to defeat South Garland and Mesquite. For the first time in a long time the Spartans were on the road. They played Denton in Denton but came back with a disappointing 106 Sports loss. The next game against Woodrow Wilson was certainly the highlight of the season, with a winning touchdown scored in the final seconds. A win over Skyline, Bryan Adams and South Oak Cliff set the Spartans up for a chance at the district champion- ship. The loss to Roosevelt placed the Spartans in a tie with Spruce. Unable to win the final game of the season, Samuell advanced to the playoffs as runner-up. The loss of the bi-district game against Highland Park brought the season to a successful but sad end. "N Sr. Shawn Newsome Sr. Marcus Camper Sr. Alfred James Sr. David Nobles Sr. Dwight Sanders Jr. Eric Sanders Sr. Ed Johnson Sr. Donnie Brown A. 5 Mn' I ae is in iss h If 'Vdi 4 N Cl 9 Q, 9 , s ' ,.61a.e, , J as as , Y iw' ilQQs,,,wa3ik,mi. i ,K Froint Row: Coach Jeff Johnson, Coach Jackie Edwards, Coach Dennis McAdams, Coach David Grounds. Defensive nose guard, Bobby Sims Back Row: Coach John Oliphant, Coach Melvin Peterson, Head Coach Arvil Smith, Coach Joseph Miller, takes advantage ofthe offensive plays. Coach Mac Stokes. Sports -107 it F f f2. 'Z 5 ,, Q - A i ' soi W Mi! Q ,922 f Q ii r M 3154 af 3 M Z fa 1 X A . gf f t '9 . i F, fy 1 5 Y Mark Woody and Frank Johnson are not interested in the scrimmage Jay VanSyckle has that quarterback sack look again at the Mes against Hillcrest. quite game. Sr. Dennis Blacknall Sr. Jay VanSyck1e Sr. James Brown Sr. Rodney Hicman 1 Sr. Reginald White Sr. Vince Weldon Sr, Archie Carroll Sr. Terry Holland 108 Sports Sr. Mike Payne Sr. Bobby Sims Sr. Mike Wallace Sr. Kenneth Ditmars Sr. Charles Johnson Sr. Randall Green Sr. Robert Fallin Jr. Anthony Brooks Jr. Anthony Green Jr. Paul Donaldson Jr. Derek Bluitt Jr. Melvin Harden The varsity breaks through for another victory against Mesquite. Sports 109 Jr. Dedrick Williams Jr. Frank Johnson Eric Sanders races past Woodrow. Jr. Mark Woody Jr. David Vines ll 'Vw Shawn Newsome, with help from Paul Donaldson, adds another three Jr. Mark Euziere jr, Kelvin Dansby points to the score against the Scots. ' ,XM lv an .4 l. 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Sports 111 Front Row: Anthony Smith, Terence Lewis, Ronald Evans, Oscar Ruiz, Cornell Record, Tim Rodriguez, Chris Henderson, Anthony Whitaker Stacey Ridge. Row 2: Coy Worley, Jamie Childress, Michael King, James Selby, Corby Stevenson, Lee Still, John Boleware, Michael Rich- mond. Row 3: Coach Peterson, Cecil Camper, Mark Still, Darren Land, Rodney Evans, John Jones, Tyrone Langford, Tony Jeffery, Coach Oliphant. Back Row: Charlie Blair, Michael White, Mark Sullins, Charles Miller, Charles Tatum, Anthony Richardson, Steve Bargar, Len- thell Rosemond. The J.V. football team finished their season with a record of four wins, five losses and one tie. The thirty-two members of the team worked hard practicing during sixth and seventh period and after school. Coach Peterson stated, "The l 12 Sports Charlie Blair sneaks past Bryan Adams' defensive line. J .V. moves up team's enthusiasm was outstand- ing, especially when they realized that they had a chance to tie Spruce for district." He added, "Many of the thirty-two members will be a great asset to future var- sity teams." Cornell Record leaves Woodrow's defen sive backs far behind. t 47? ea U QCD it Front Row: Corey Shaw, Cornelia Darden, Chris Moore, Wesley Cox, Jason Conner, Shaynor Newsome, Kevin Brisendine. Row 2: Brian Rayford, Billy Robinson, Donovan Tanner, Michael Wilson, James Bowen, Anthony Williams, Danny Dominguez, Fredrick Newhouse. Row 3: Coach Miller, Daniel Blanch, Juan DeLaRosa, Brian Mabary, Heath McCoy, James Spence, Ray Hulse, Ricky Martin, Coach Johnson. Back Row: Roger Finley, David Vance, Jeff Stephens, Tim Wilkes, Joel Key. Coach Miller tells the J.V. how to beat Spruce. Brian Rayford escapes from three Woodrow defenders. t J is tl t e 2, F it it ectt J J J - 1, a t . 9 J E3 ' X 'Z I , 1 , H 9 lf ,,'ii 1 - lgx s ' K , ffsgggy we . ,L Cv' , ' V- Q fr" A E - iii 'f,- wif 4 I 4 - I. f ., , M if ,Q ,,.- gg i ., ' .. it -O i l . f o f t? 'iil a s ,.te e ' " ef iffeifwt if typ -X - - fi f sa'- qi- H V - ,,," wffe ,ft J isisy . 1 A 2, 1' f J- 2f'Ws"'f f , ' K , ,.'e . if K, . g , , M an ,,,,f ' ,e.c if, as as Shaynor Newsome and Fredrick Newhouse take the ball away from B.A. Baby blue comes through This year's freshman team con- sisted of twenty-seven members. Under the direction of a new coach, Mr. Johnson, the players trained and learned the regula- tions. The team developed their skills and learned the cooperation and dedication that it took to be a member of a team. The team finished their season with two wins and seven losses. This year was a learning ex- perience for many players. Sports 1 13 Front Row: Tenesa Manning, Vickie White, Rhonda Patterson, Candy Wilson, JoAnn Smart, Coach Glasco. Back Row: Sharon Miller, Yolanda Jackson, Susan Black, Latasha Duncan. Rhonda Patterson prepares to defeat Spruce. -.. JoAnn Smart warms up before the Skyline game. Varsity sets up for a challenge The Varsity volleyball team finished their season with a 3-ll record. The team was forced to endure some very difficult strug- gles this season, namely the loss of four players shortly before the start of district play. The result of this misfortune was that the team l 14 Sports pulled together even more and completed an outstanding season. The highlight of the season was the defeat of South Oak Cliff in which the team showed an outstanding team effort. The var- sity volleyball team was coached by Ms. Glasco. Latasha Duncan always spikes the ball against S.O.C. YR Vickie White and Candy Wilson block a shot against Bryan Adams. Front Row: JoAnn Smart, Vickie White, Latasha Duncan, Monica Front Row: Floyce Whitehead, Stephanie Benson, Pamela Hickman, Diana Hamilton. Back Row: Yolanda Jackson, Sharon Miller, Stacy Martinez, Donna Jackson. Back Row: Coach Crafton, Stacy Wagner, Kristi Wagner, Coach Crafton. Burnett, Susan Black, Yolanda Jackson, Donna Davis, Chizelle Marshall. Ji W ,.,r Front Row: Donna Jackson, Veronica Williams, Stephanie Benson, Donna Davis watches Stacy Wagner set up the ball against Skyline. Virginia Stephens. Back Row: Ms. Glasco, Floyce Whitehead, Donna Davis, Chizelle Marshall, Kristi Burnett. G1rls bounce into action Girls participated in varsity 0-12 record. Their coach, Ms. basketball and J.V. basketball, as Glasco, said, "With a year's ex- well as J.V. volleyball. Each team perience and growth, we look for- practiced many hours and worked ward to a much improved season hard. The varsity basketball team, next year." coached by Mr. Crafton, finished The J.V. volleyball team the season with a 3-ll record. The learned rules and regulations this J.V. basketball team, composed year. Coached by Mr. Crafton, entirely of freshmen and first year they finished the season with a 3- players, finished the season with a l 1 record. Rhonda Patterson and Sharon Miller prac- tice forthe big game against S.O.C. Sports ll5 -, S-..r. . gg f Q Front Row: .lulius Taylor, Earnest Neal, Byron Austin, Alfred James, Marcus Camper, Darwin Armstrong, Kenneth Mitchell, Donald Barr, Coach Scott. Back Row: Charles Steele, Floyd Macon, Cedric Hollins, Frank Williams, Stephen Miles, Reginald Austin, Anthony Neal. Frank Williams outjumps Spruce. Varsity slams again The boys varsity basketball team finished their season with twenty-four wins and ten losses. They placed second in district and advanced to the playoffs against Wilmer Hutchins on February 24th. This game went into over- time, but the Spartans were defeated. Coach Scott commented that the team had a super attitude and that he was very proud of them. Three players from the team received honors. Ernest Neal was 1 16 Sports named all district honorable men- tion, and Floyd Macon was named all district second team. Frank Williams was named all district, all metro, all regional and all state. He was also named to the TABC All Star Team, the Faith All Star Team and the THSCA All Star Team. He was named to the Texas Basketball Preview Super Team, and was also a McDonald's All American. In district 10-AAAAA, he was named player of the year. mia ,az , it 1 i , , . ,af .. f , W , , , fy HQ A V . t , V -fmifif w V ,,,, ,,.,4 J 1 T M, I f-f . .a, 4 65 W f 1. mad- .af ,. 2 59 i m i ' Q c fr ' ' f i 3 r g , ..., '.-, 4 355: Mt, ,VV 5 me gwgs g, , 1, , 4 Va sifhl' . 5 'f15?hi,,',rW,w5 ' 4 .,,,. '!5' ,sl5 iV'7if get Q f' ""' Ji- f ' , fn? 53wf . IDS, ip ,ti Q ,. ,W,s . ,f ,, ff itiiif' 1' f PM '.-- J f" ' .ff Q. 7 V 'i , z:.?rmT i :"f5'il'? It 4 . 634 . ' Q If Wg , ,. , Muzi, g . ,,.,.,,,, . ,,,,. ff , . ,. , ' Woodt MW5' 'i 'Z 213 , 5, State Playoffs f Wilmer-Hutchig ?-. , , , ' ' 0 4' eert - V Zz - fl ' tn fH.i.1, '-' Y' ff "" W f f W ' 1 ,gf-9 7:1 4 , f Wap ' 1 N. I frfgmi. .wt -, N535 'gy ,,,.,,,,,g,ifkgf: ' 'V "W K in Q , Y , """ ' 5? . . 4 .... .7 ,W ,f ' --t v,,, . Al,-' nmmmf'-J-W'-HJ X Z? M Cedric Hollins shoots one for free. S y yyy gi -A A iyy mg., R Q I5 JH' ' 'Z ' ' :' Y , , - :of .5 , ll M. -K-4 ,L 5, Viewed from above, the Spartans take the ball down the court against Woodrow. Marcus Camper dribbles around a S . Roosevelt defender. Anthony Neal makes two against Spruce. The team gets a pep talk from Coach Scott. ,pP Byron Austin leaps into action. ' fi-T? ft- " 1 2 'sv'af,f Y' at W ,, NWN Floyd Macon takes a free throw against Tyler. Sports l I7 :Ns Coach Scott g Frank Williams - Senior Floyd Macon concentrates on his free Darwin Armstrong-Senior. throw against Spruce. l 18 Sports Marcus Camper - Senior an we e f- Darwin Armstrong takes time out to give Bill Lindley a few pointers. Q Stephen Miles takes an outside shot against Spruce. Kenneth Mitchell - Senior , 7 ,,w.H Q1 K i , Charles Steele - Senior, Manager L L::-. S 1 .. . 5 S . me ' ,'-,s www t.tt ,,,N.,,,te M, . , , ...as wi . be , 9 iff if' ,, as-sw-Q sr '- - e.. ' ' gzfssgt ' K A.et,, , ii. ,, .:tt.Ir.... ,si xi. S P ----tfs 5 ,,::ttts, s-- 4 . ' 7 415121111 ' is Alfred James - Senior Byron Austin - Junior Sports ll9 E Reginald Austin - Sophomore EarnesLNeal - Junior Floyd Macon - Junior PQZQGJQ TJ vga CAB wifi? U J gum'-, 9, Stephen Miles and Byron Austin learn At Reunion Arena Frank Williams out jumps Spruce again. from watching the seniors at practice. 120 Sports Darwin Armstrong goes for two against Woodrow. Cedric Hollins - Junior 5 'Stk .rv L Anthony Neal - Junior A vu RWM Z Marcus Camper knows this one will make it or break www WWW 5551 ,mmm 5 ' Jinggles uses a stepladder to give Frank Williams his McDonald's All American award. Stephen Miles - Sophomore Sports 121 'fa The varsity girls and boys basketball teams are introduced at a pep assembly. Floyd Macon puts one over on Skyline TMS Donald Barr - Manager Byron Austin dribbles down the court The team huddles for some last minute strategy. against SOC. 122 Sports Frank Williams practices his miraculous slam dunk. Earnest Neal races down the court against Tyler. 5 Julius Taylor - Manager Pi' 1431 Coach Scott introduces the team in the SOC assembly. sutli 'UL 'Z , ff , . I I K ,, 'S-,KN M' ,L as . ,fjij Ken Mitchell steals the ball away from Spruce. Frank Williams and the Spartans hoop it up again. Sports IZ3 Front Row: Mark Still, Joe Jeffery, Kenneth Tatum, Darren Land, Tony Jeffery. Back Row: Coach Oliphant, Raymond Richmond, Lenthell Rosemond, Kenneth Langreder, Marc Sands, Frank Johnson, Larry Woodard. z - si 92 1 Q My A Ma Opponent Qamuell Bryan Adams 58 Roosevelt , 52 Skyline 51 33566 47 Bryan Adams E 52 Woodrow mi W y ! W 57 Slsyline A 50 fe i sac Q M s 'llel 1'el i 1 as ,.,,r,, W00d1'f5li'i efne 2 Q0 eo" "' i 'M .wifi if " . .,i,e.f1- aw The junior varsity basketball team posted four wins and eight losses for the season under the leadership of Coach Oliphant. The team had victories over Bryan Adams, Skyline and Woodrow Wilson. 124 Sports Mark Sands out jumps SOC. J .V. shoots for two Even though the team didn't have a winning season this year, they had a winning attitude. The team practiced daily during sixth and seventh periods and after school developing skills and preparing for each game. 3 spiny ..- 4 MZQYQ -1-I-asf?--1 - " Q .. iiiif- K " 5' A e-ililzz f f Mark Still's lay up gets blocked by a Woodrow defender. iiii teilisttei fn 'Els 'S 'sv 1 3. Kenneth Tatum goes up for two against Tyler. WW. f A T , A I H J A ,, ' ' 5 ' qi' ,, V.,p K V? Darren Land dribbles past Skyline defenders. S J' SEQ-S at , in A it as Qs Q? 'f i Fl -f as ,,.. o ARD v3 ,fe .. ,,3X'5., P J ' - ig Q51 Opponeggg gg Samuell ,, Vi., Bryan Rooseveliifgf 44 skyline 37 soc 48 Spruciiif? ' pg 47 BfyaniAdaHii5?Ti ' Xq l 5140 44 Woodrow 45 Roosevelt " T50 44 Skyline 5 62 I 40 SOC 55 33 Spruce 5 1 48 Woodrow 39 43 0, ,,,,h , - Jeffrey Stephens shoots a free throw against Spruce. Freshmen dribble down The freshman basketball team ended their season with six wins and six losses. The team defeated Bryan Adams twice, Woodrow twice and Spruce. The players gained experience and learned the techniques of the game. Coach Peterson stated that the team practiced well together and that he expected the players to advance and make up a good junior varsity team for next year. 1 4- Awww- ,,W,,,, ...- w, sg, .. x . 1 We if .. F he fs x .. --M - 5 5 -- --f-' fat -5: 'I g f H Q - , . , - 5' Q. ii ' I . 5 , JETTFE' , gs A .,., . ,,,. . .52 'L 2 P S X ' - ' rr't . ' -' it - 1 , is Q X .t..,. fs " -. f, .. . . . L P A A in .t 1 -5 i is 'N r .QQ Z: f ,- - sz- 1: as W ' 'tiff 1 ' f s. ii't' . 1as,..f1 Front Row: F. T. Pratt, Earnest Monette, Brian Rayford, Patrick Baty, Ray Artis. Back Row: Otis Whitmore, William Roberson, James Higgins, Jeffrey Stephens, Kenton Richmond. Otis Whitmore, Jeffrey Stephens, Lonnie Duncan, and Earnest Monette toss the ball around before the Skyline game. Sports Front Row: Joey Figueroa, Wence Castellano, Danny Winters, Mark Carlock, Tim Rodriguez. Row 2: George Welch, Casey Carney, Marcus Camper, Dave Lane, Jamie Childress, Clifford Hooker. Back Row: Coach Johnson, David Askew, George Vaughn, Ronnie Chancellor, Shawn Newsome, Mark White, Roy Phillips, Charlie Blair. Varsity baseball K... J di., ,,,,, X K.. PG i ?...,g,p ,sw fa- .es wrais-axis --s- 'f1t2.,?,, . lsle iices. 3 The varsity baseball team finished a fairly successful season with an overall record of twelve wins and nine losses. The team had pre-season victories over Lakeview, Plano East, Seagoville, Bishop Lynch and Greenhill. In district the team defeated Roosevelt, South Oak Cliff, and Woodrow Wilson. They were defeated in district by Skyline, Bryan Adams, and Spruce. Coach Johnson, a graduate of Samuell, returned this school year 126 Sports as coach of the varsity baseball team. He stated that "overall he felt that the team was quite suc- cessful considering the lack of ex- perience that they had." Second baseman, David Askew and designated hitter, Shawn Newsome placed on the all- district first team. Third baseman, Dave Lane, center fielder, Wence Castellano and catcher, James Childress placed on the all-district second team. 'K Plihfii if Seagovillei L Bishop Lynch Plano East ' Plano East Greenhill J. J. Pearce Greenhill Skyline Roosevelt Bryan Adams Spruce SOC Woodrow Roosevelt Skyline Bryan Adams Spruce SOC ,rf 11 .,,. 4 2 Rita v -- .-.ms at it X " ' . few. all: eff .est .1 'fri - N12 .5 1 7 3 14 8 i 0 P 4 13 ' 15 18 3 3 2 14 10 Danny Winters Senior Manager George Vaughn waits for his chance to steal third against Woodrow. Roy Phillips Shawn Newsome Senior Pitcher, Left Field Senior First Base MM-qw Coach Johnson gives the team a pep talk betore the Skyline game. Joey Figueroa gets into the swing of things at practice. " g 'ii U p The ball goes right into Mark White's glove at the Plano East game. Sports 127 Marcus Camper Senior Right Field -fcfggf .. .. A was "" ,, V -V ,,,,. f -"' ' . lf f as 1 - ' ' 1 .ff ' 55 .5 f 5 4 K w , D45 5 9' lx if Qs X ' 4 i Sfygi I 'G X . Q X . .1 vuM45ff'w K A bfi. 7 . cf - .. , H1 Mmifm . .. A ., ,.VVV I .M . ... ,W ' Vw.. " 'f M sw f N- ' ' , 'I vw' 7, as ' ' . 'P X . ra he gf rf: T. af' - ' T' T ' T Mark White has his heart into baseball. The team thinks it's a birdg it's a planeg no, it's a baseball. .. at ' K - .1- 'V . ' " - . 3 .,,.. . X- V 4 Casey Carney stops the ball short at shortstop. 128 Sports Jamie Childress goes for- a fly ball at the Lakeview game. .1 Dave Lane Senior Third Base T 1 x Roy Phillips loosens his arm up for the scrimmage. Tim Rodriguez throws an out at home plate against B.A. rl 9 - ..,- ,W Batter, Shawn Newsome, is up for a home run. ' i as Wh ' -f4f.w.,W,. we I 1, we-RQ, f . - a , If J , NSW e ,Q X. A. 'ik M 3 QP Coach Johnson Q . 4 s tix dui M Y i' ' W if -.Q K r -Q-'S-3 Y- ,K H M iz A .. 462 if, Qt v ,aa wa: 2 -W.. fair-1 in me f M., 4. ?P ff .91 , an 4.4 i 4 Ronnie Chancellor Senior First Base, Pitcher 3 M ww, A . f , M 'Q . If "0 LWV' I ' 7-mf ew af" v W f. f ,Q 1 ,ae 4 ,, in f . 6 my I I 1,,, V .l i + , , M we V , ' . Mark Carlock makes a hit with SOC. George Welch gives advice to the runner on first. Sports 129 Lance Phillips makes a real crackerjack hit against Seagoville. Front Row: Carl Campbell, Kevan Ferguson, Agustin Ruiz, Mike Carlisle, Mikey Hatzenbuehler, Shaynor Newsome, Eddie Busch, Jay Keeton. Back Row: Richard Kuykendall, Tom Clark, Danny Dom- inguez, Moises Salazar, Steve Barnhart, Wallace Maloney, Lance Phillips, Tom Stuart, Mike Stewart, Coach Scott. In the Plano game Steve Barnhart bunts the ball, J .V. Baseball Hit and run The junior varsity baseball team ended their season with seven wins and five losses. Woodrow Wilson forfeited a game to Samuell. Many players tried out for the team, in fact so many that cuts had to be made. Seven- teen young men made the team. Considering their lack of ex- perience the team was very suc- cessful. The team worked on skills 130 Sports Richard Kuykendall makes an easy catch against Bryan Adams. that they already possessed and developed new ones. Coach Scott, the J.V. coach, felt that the team had an out- standing season. He stated, "the team was cooperative, en- thusiastic and handled criticism well. These young men worked hard and contributed a great deal to the team." In the Skyline game Shaynor Newsome catches the ball any way he can. X -Q SCOREBOARD it g "f'f,: .--t,:? U xl ,,,,,, rers ,--.. ett ii'ss rser srtee lti 6, ' s stss f iits tii, irifef riir e ttyr 'zyg lm --V 5 2 " l f . srrr rrrr j as rieg all re s ss : ,llll G ,,.,,, . ,, , fsg:,L::.g!g-'g.V 7 1 Q-.Biggs Chris Bene, Russell Finley, Keith Bene, Leslie McFarland, Chris Henderson, Gina McCop- pin, Alan Stephens, Mike Clayton, Kevin Bene. 1 Gina McCoppin enjoys being the only girl on the team. Cross country The race is on . . . The cross country track team consisted of seven boys and for the first time one girl. Most of the students ran sixth and seventh periods. The students that were involved in other activities ran before school and later in the evenings. Members of the team also ran at night and on weekends. The students averaged twenty five to forty miles a week, during practice. At the meets the girls were re- Russell Finley can't wait to see the finish line. ...JM C ' j' -5W., ',,, g , Alan Stephens leads the Spartans to another fine finish. quired to run two miles and the boys three miles. The cross coun- try team participated in meets at Lancaster and Arlington, as well as local meets at Norbuck Park. The district meet was also held at Norbuck Park. Coach Ballard said, "It was the first time that she sponsored a group that all members attended all meets." She also said, "They were a very dependable group? Sports 131 The boys varsity track team consisted of twelve returning members this year. The team par- ticipated in the Bishop Lynch meet, the Addison meet, the Richardson Relays and the North Dallas Invitational. The team won a total of fifty-three medals and ribbons. Dwight Sanders was ranked in the area in the three hundred Dwight Sanders looks for a win. SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY: Dedrick Williams, Kenneth Tatum, Melvin Reed, Dwight Sanders. 132 Sports n the right track meter hurdles, Kenneth Tatum was ranked in the three hundred and thirty meter hurdles, and Alfred James was ranked in the longjump. Robert Fallin and Vince Weldon were shot putters and discus throwers. The track team was under the leadership of Coach Stokes. , f, - pyyyy , . . , 3 4 ,, , pf' -W , A , 0 4 . " , 1 , , , J .. vm, V yr,y . zvvzpgy, ,y I : ft, 2'-,ff l. zg 1 . .., X sei , wmv f.- st, S Jie Q ' f - 2 an t Qi Li M r,,t t new . rt X,,. i ii Q. .. , fgss 55 5 -at Q , . P p i N fs? is it ii 3 Si t 300 METER HURDLES2 Dwight Eric Sanders is out in front again. Sanders, LONG JUMP: Alfred James. Front Row: Anthony Williams, Carlos Smith, Norris Jemmerson, Brian Rayford, Randall Parker, Anthony Whitaker. Row 2: Tyrone Langford, Cecil Camper, F. T. Pratt, Terence Lewis, John Boleware, Donovan Tanner. Row 3: Eric Sanders, Tracey Smith, Lee Still, David Nobles, Derek Bluitt. Back Row: Coach Stokes, Melvin Reed, William Roberson, Roger Finley, Russel Finley, Rodney Evans, Dwight Sanders. -S.- ijijg 4 :-arg s. 5 -A-M ,J mssfM.s,2s sst" 22' ,, , -' f e ,M - -M t . ' X f - V-.4 is 4. H55 .. ' " A W X "H'L " 'UK ' ' W ' ":"'? 4' ., 400 METER RELAY: David Nobles, Eric Sanders, Lee Still, Dedrick Williams. zjffl, L' gg.. 't s 1 - , rg U . Q 2 . 5 nl wi , ws"'z!'f: ,xx-5 ' ' . 11 i X Q F N-fs MMT. Nii'5f':.5mg!EE e A v,kL4 ' V , , , if of M P-W ff5?"if', ' W. 'EI1 lt. ,K t.. .Mr sf. sg X, If N?" ig . 515, '3 1, ' f I , ---X ss W - l600 METER RELAY: Lee Still, Eric Sanders, Tracey Smith, Dedrick Williams. 'XE iss.: E53 K S lieee '-11f Q sa? assi We if of f Y . -- .uns MW Q Q .5 ..... 1 ,f ,,, ,,.,., W. N W-W-5W,y K ,.., 5 I eww-l'il"MW"'t--Tzc. "--- -M . Wiff.?M"fi"'.x:'s::'N'Kltt:.m.,Wt""""Y ,Y , X' . sw, W. f ,,.. me N fs., tg X M-,.,,mmw t Q.. W se ... .. . E53 ,Q W ., ,, 1 :jf ' wwg wx: ' N. K --Q , S912-1 -P1-I. Y . t. ,mga B H -- .ff . fijiq' Alfred James sets a record in the long jump of twenty-three feet, eight and one fourth mcnes. Dedrick Williams runs the anchor leg of the relay. 'f Q k f ifl ae- 'M if ' .ai m ,f ' , ,,,, , ' f -"' ,iitjygwg K 'Q 2' gk -" . -. . at if M f Q, . . ' vu,-.. M ' . -'-f - JN , 'V ' ' - '- . ' ""ff?'il' i-i ff f ' min .3 rswffmtt.. , ' .. ,, t David Nobles gets a quick start in the 400 meter relav. Rodney Finn, Tracey Smith, Anthony Williams, and Derek Bluitt concentrate on their way to the track. Sports 133 This was the first year that the girls' track team participated in varsity competition. There were eighteen girls on the team. Coach Miller stated that the girls had a good attitude and that they prob- ably competed in the toughest district in the state. The girls on the team all had an excellent speed for relays and hurdles. Two members of the team qualified for the finals in 5 MANAGERS - Tenesa Manning and Donna Davis. Angie Thompson is off to a fast start. 134 Sports irls make tracks district. Vevetta Wright qualified in the four hundred meter relay and Gloria Johnson in the high jump. Vickie Patt set three new records at the district track meet in the one hundred meter relay, the two hundred meter relay and in the long jump. Danette Graham set a record for the one hundred meter hurdles and Michelle Jones placed second in the high jump, . ' I . J ' it-xx Q . - f- . . ' Tf"'Ns'+"ic -1.,,,. . i K, f .. s A 1.-s f .. JH' . V.. 5 - .Z 4 MA. K A .... N wi. V s' .kit 'fkaiffsi vii' Q W-.A w6S'ms.,,, ' . " 21 .- ., 1. '. 4,74 et... -f f f Q 1 . ami f ' ' 'Y ,, Euxx... , .. '.,. 4 . . W M .'f,'.,i ' ,A I .f if' ' 'J Q" rs fy... ywv vang. ' . Ai "' , , -f'j5fv.,f f i??,.,r,f. 'g'H"Q. ' . N . .,.v,,f ,,,f'.,s.,,4.,, j k fr . JU? 353. P.-nf 21 Ext 9 5 '-'Q 'gi1,- Nffigli 6. 3315 Xml . 57, i N W5 'A ,,,l,f .. Tis' aw r ' if J' LaRonda Reeves leads the pack. ffigs W X i xf,J K X J x mf- ...J-wp, ,, . '-iv-1-,.al,i,, ff may Unikka Williams, Virginia Stephens, JoAnn Smart, and Gloria Johnson stretch out. .fa Front Row: Michelle Jones, Virginia Stephens, Stephanie Benson, LaRonda Reeves, Vickie Patt. Row 2: Chris Webb, JoAnn Smart, Yolanda Wright, Vevetta Wright, Gloria Johnson. Back Row: Donna Davis, Stephanie Coleman, Pamela Garrett, Latasha Duncan, Danette Graham, Unikka Williams, Coach Miller, Tenesa Manning. "Q-.94- ,Kg xp ., mv ,M ,1 .-,' "'A V - -A' 7 rg' h 1: J f 4 S e.,. . xy s ,L if fit' J . vi Z 5 . I' N. . I ,H W f , 'K A 1,7 - 1 A Q I Q l 5 :M V . N . W ,A,, . ' , J ,,., :VXj?.f1?i?,?W,k I ll. .L if . A :V N Y an I is .saw 4 , , uv , j '. FIELD EVENTS - Stephanie Benson, Vevetta Wright, Latasha Duncan, Danette Graham, Gloria Johnson, 'gf -g if "..f "I ., ' if 2' J L., 4 1 ' ' t',,.'. F ' fa .. g . r LA fi t Vg - K aT':i1?. ' x ii' 1 L I 2, ,fy f". : 5 my ,v V 1 . w,.432',.. rx Y if if ff' -,nfs 3 VI' 'gy i 5 ag 32 5 a W 3. J 5 -5' 13 if ' -3 P? Q , N' '45 'Q ' elf. 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' Gloria Johnson and Unikka Williams prepare for the 400-meter relay. M i .,.. S. 400-METER RELAY - Gloria Johnson, Unikka Williams, Virginia Stephens, Stephanie Benson. Sports 135 3 Matt Lindsey never goes anywhere without his goggles. This year's Samuell swim team participated in six district meets. Losing two meets, to Bryan Adams and Spruce, they placed third in the district. On February 18th and 19th the district meet was held. Mike Merimon won a silver medal for diving. The first and second relay teams went to Regionals which 136 Sports Front Row: Michelle Lamay, Michelle Wilson, Sherry Taylor, Linda Clinkscales. Row 2: Mary Tierney, Annette Ragsdale, Melida Perez, Karen Hansen. Row 3: Coach Ballard, Shannon Crowley, Mike Merimon, David Miller, Mark Crowley. Row 4: David Tumey, Glenn Stone, Tony Kessee, Tony Widemon, Kelby Sistrunk. Row 5: Jay Yarbrough, Jimmy Duncan, Carl Henderson, Jeff Mann, Leslie McFarland, William Featherston. Sink or swim was held on March 2nd and 3rd. The first team consisted of Matt Lindsey, Jay Yarbrough, Jeff Mann, and Jimmy Duncan. The second relay team included Carl Henderson, Leslie McFarland, Terry Carol, Shannon Crowley, Michelle Lamay and Mary Tierney. Ms. Ballard was the coach of the swim team. -- f- W .,....... we ' wt -- av B ,...., . - , t i K ' . - i Mike Merimon practices his diving for the district meet. Linda Clinkscales Mark Crowley William Featherston Karen Hansen Michelle Lamay Matt Lindsey David Miller Melida Perez Annette Ragsdale Sherry Taylor Mary Tierney Michelle Wilson Sports 137 Front Row: Jessie Friday, Deanna Brown, Diana Martinez, Crissy Ortiz, Laura Powell, Julie Todoroff. Back Row: Annie Daniels, Vanessa Spencer, Stephanie Gonzalez, Tammy Vail, Cherry Brown, Rhonda Miller, Christi Current. The girls varsity soccer team consisted of two seniors, two juniors, three sophomores and seven freshmen. The team ended their season with nine wins, two losses and one tie. They placed second in district and advanced to the district playoffs against Kim- I38 Sports n the ball ball at Sprague stadium on March 22nd, They were defeated seven to zero. The girls received patches for their jackets for their bi-district play. Ms. Pogoda was the coach of the team. She stated that the team was young but good. SCOREBOARITI Oplwnenf s eitg t r s stiii C BA 5 .iii 0 soc l trgt 5 Woodrow r'ti ii 10 Roosevelt 0 17 Madison i slss 13 Lincoln ff ilin g Skyline if 3 T4 Spfufxi ' QT4 Kimball 7 srssss in x IN at 5 see ,V 7 E f - an H ,. ,.k- A S .eww .. X 5' wr ' i ts t""e" fr Q sir. K - f t!" me ,E1i, M,, 5 RX 5 Vrkk K ,kk,. ..5.,. A 1 S 'SAN' 5 1 Q me f - - Q,iu,,3aa SV A 11455 i L Spartans watch as the Apaches head the ball. 1 mfr- A 'b K s ffz .gf ' 1 a t A S fg- aahaaa S S Q we . i iw Q ha'a-h- f - 1 LVLL - ,X t. h'-- Q v,--- Xa"aa ,aa,a . . . it V A h'K--, Q t he S ahaa aaaa haah KL.. a-'a M., , L K ,K haha ' ti. F, ' 'N ,Q Q at -5- , ,,, ..,.-' X , ' 'N L V A ,,,-, ses ' A ha,' S ' S' N . K . ' ' QW' 3. If S ,. ' ""k' We wr W -M S Ayyyk, I -gf k,,-e,a1,..,A , Tammy Vail SIOPS Lincoln' Not even Spruce can stop Cherry Brown when it comes to soccer. rl? Diana Martinez takes a long shot. .r ..,,, A L x -- Vp, - a eecs S ' Q ff t K W, ' ' K W Hn I S ssssp f S A 9 Y hfy' ' ,,., , se t at rsppp rppar ' .--f H ' 'I , ,, V--Mmiiix Vanessa Spencer shoots for a goal. Rhonda Miller steps out in front of Ms. Pogoda cheers the team on. Madison. Sports 139 ,, 'X . 1 f -. - sa, as l B 5 ,5 Q ,sk Q., - .M it ? t T- - ,-,-Nm Q. 2 .ES .ii f'i'5T.gi5 XT5?:111fb?'v ' l if.f"lf-'Vi'-if.. is ee as - c 5 2 E , 1 ff fir: . V: 2 Jess , S sig.. li , so 9 Madison l ll e mcon as . ,L-- ZLZ CSKYHHC. 0 Spruce ZLI .11, 2 25515362 vi -' f - ,, HL ..lL55-WFS. 5514: TI ' LSHS53 iii? ' ,,...,3ts1 ,, , .. ,,.. ig . if ff::f31:Q2'f-55? J The boys soccer team ended their season with four wins, two losses and two ties. The team missed winning district by four points. Coach Miller said that the team 140 Sports SKK Q . M N Carl Campbell gets a kick out of soccer at the Lincoln game. Kick the habit was well disciplined and that they progressed during the season. He also commented that he enjoyed the year very much and that he expected a good return for next year. s 5 l s? A a t Q? sz L.. ln.-N. Stacey and Theodore Ridge have brotherly love on and off the soccer field at the Madison game. Q-sw-. if E S 1 aal3f' ,, V, ,W a H av ,,., -M 'mp' rf., , .M - David Current goes for a goal against Robby Hester juggles the ball at the Madison. Skyline game. I Virr ,iS'i Lynn Johnson passes the ball down the Scott Morgan misses a head shot against field at the Spruce game. Lincoln. First Row: Matthew Martinez, Stacey Ridge, Braun Porter, David Vines, Jason Penland, Carl Campbell, Jerry Perez, Theodore Ridge. Row 2: Lynn Johnson, Robby Hester, Robby Bailey, Mike Page, Keith Leegood, Lonnie Stevens, David Higginbotham, Chris Bene. Back Row: Coach Miller, Scott Morgan, David Current, Mike Wallace, Richard Henry, Danny Powell, Bryan Edwards. mtl. The golf team consisted of eight players this year. The team had a record of four wins and two losses with victories over Spruce, Roosevelt, South Oak Cliffand A. Maceo Smith. The team played their regular season at Keeton Municipal golf course, Cedar Crest golf course and Tennison golf course. A s get Frank Todora drives the ball down the fairway. l42 Sports Soar like an eagle The team entered the Dallas High School Invitational Golf Tournament at the Brookhaven Country Club. They also played in the District 10-AAAAA golf tournament on April 18th and 19th at Keeton and Tennison golf courses. The golf team was coached by Mr. Sybert. KA i i lifiijjy 1 'ii f Wtflf ft i, ,,q,fi,, . I t Q, Ei 1 1 ftif A WWA 'V' ft-ii ' , .tmwwf xv ,M .f 4141+ DCC? C0nCef1U'Hfi0f1 helPS Reagan WCUHCY Richard Love concentrates on his putt i ' . :ff R tese... putt out at eighteen. is . L , , I' , Q N E sf. ,. 5 5 5 ,M :Sis we sw 1 -wa i - 5 . ... t Ale 55 . R. e 2 Front Row: Abel Villarreal, Charles Love Reagan Wenner Frank Todora Back Row Mr Sybert, Richard Love, Almon Crawford, Mitchell Rogers Bill Cash James Brown squats five hundred and thir- ty pounds. ,ndnd i nld, , .5 Mike Wallace dead lifts five hundred and fifty pounds. it... Sheer determination helps Vince Weldon squat tive hundred and fifty pounds. Power to the lifters This year the powerlifting team grew stronger and stronger. They started their season by hosting a meet at Samuell where they placed fifth. The Spartans then placed fourth at the North Mes- quite meet and took second at the Sulphur Springs meet. At the regional meet at Lake Highlands, Rickey Browning eighth. In their weight classifica- tion, Vince Weldon placed second, James Brown placed second, Robert Fallin placed first, and Mike Wallace placed third giving the team an overall rating of third place. Vince Weldon, James Brown, Robert Fallin, and Mike Wallace qualified for the state meet held in Austin on April 28th. placed seventh and Jay VanSyckle Robert Fallin gives it all he has got in the six hundred and twenty pound lift. Front Row: Coach Grounds, Chris Henderson, Mark Woody, Rickey Browning, James Childress. Back Row: James Brown, Jay VanSyckle, Vince Weldon, Robert Fallin, Mike Wallace. Sports I43 The tennis team finished their season with a record of nine wins and four losses by defeating Spruce twice, Roosevelt twice, A. M. Smith twice, South Oak Cliff twice and Woodrow Wilson once. The team consisted of six boys and four girls. During the week they practiced during seventh f"N Kim Fredrick serves against Skyline. Gerald Ford uses his backhand to make the winning point. 144 Sports Tennis swings period and after school. The district tournament was held on April fourth and fifth with Richard Guinn placing first and Mike Churchwell placing fourth in the boys singles. Ms. Arthur was the coach of the tennis team. Anthony Tabaniag returns the ball against Roosevelt. Egg., , ff, . 3 4 +1 .mt '-'gf Q en' 'l1rf1F'wf,3w I ,www 1 . ,,.. 2 'iff .4 "2-5 ff f ..::,tmfe:f..t4w 2--M475 1 'fr-r 4 ' " L, dr. fi .. ::'.: w 'f'fEZ5f fin: A"'7""7iH2?:::5E: . .1, M, f X i 'iii' wr Q f , 1 V W S-mWftw?m7 f -if ?"gfg,ffjg "" .H ff 4 s ,ggi ,..1,yf!,i,.t,. 1 , 4 , 5 ffm 1 i f , 'fy' if! -A -:- M . ' ... . . . ' ' Q,.2.,m.!, : f' vf-TAI," ' f 4 ,Ur -- if 'iii .iff W .... .5 W .W 5 2 'C' f if Mr W 5 in ffl HW. is L if 2 I 12049 'E . ,.,.,, ,. ,M N H it 1 ? Z W it wg: A 155 ff Z ff ltr! W Fi 4' MS J fi W 'W - .A t Jgifgj ,, '5 will? W. 4 Afpf f f . . eat , ,. .V R .. ,wing ,fs Melissa Carol has skill on and off the court. Randall Green concentrates on the game. Front Row: Ms. Arthur, Rita Marsh, Melissa Carol, Kim Fredrick, Richard Guinn. Back Row: Anthony Tabaniag, Gerald Ford, Kenny Rogers, Mike Churchwell, Randall Green. Lacey Clay puts her all into the game. Practice pays off for Richard Guinn at the state playoffs. genny ROBCFS Steps into his 1' CWTU against pruce. :-k.. .ifx,fX mam -....,,,.m Rita Marsh keeps a weary eye on the ball. Melissa Carol, Rita Marsh, Kim Fredrick and Kenny Rogers relax after an exhausting game. Sports 145 Nfl QNWC3, 9 gk Q?ggg,, . 'f UV fwwisiii' RAZZ ' Wm TA zz a x A fi ON X ' Being a Spartan is . . i K. i x T LL 1l participating in activities Razz Ma Tazz Putting on the ritz The concert choir put on the Ritz with Razz Ma Tazz on Friday, September 16th. The students only had a week of preparation, There were many conflicts including the confusion of the opening of school, a mini pep assembly at night, and a Thursday night football game which interfered with rehearsals. In ad- dition, Bill Lindley sprained his hand, Beth Hairgrove lost her voice, and Lara Moore pulled a muscle in her leg. The choir had a total of two rehearsals and one full dress rehearsal. Despite the rush, the talent was outstanding. There were a variety of songs, dances, and skits. The director was Mr. Clements B. Crook, and his student directors were Kimber Sanders and Marietta Watson. Trisha Toole tells James Lyles "l'm Never Going To Let You Go." Craig Golden loves that "Smokey Moun- Emcees, Lisa Hoppert and Bill Lindley, open the show. tain Rain." 148 Activities JESTERS! girls believe they can do anything better than the guys. x 5 4 X ll 2 K' N l df Q A il E 5 '-tx ,4 5' l lf Seniors are "A Dead Giveaway." we: 'ul 3,012 1 2725. M' r g M ,i.. .,:iyiiiili 3 f f xy Eg A X Q - , .,,- A ,M . QM. , I I ggqtxwa 7? 3 0 o 0' 4: -1 :1 5 . 15 KE. :: UQ '-l o l" O 4 9 Mary Williams pours a drink for the Thea Sneed thinks gum is bcttcr the sec- Scott Morgan isthe viper. Jeffersons. ond time around. Activities 149 Starlet officers, Kim Crawford, Kimber Sanders, Kelley Maurer, Kim Pitts, Sheryl Scott, and Lynn Bridges, "Flashdance." The Quadratone Quartet, Steve Barger, Kirk Buchanan, Mark Woody, and Craig Golden, wants "All the Gold in California." 150 Activities "Crime Pays" for Kristi Stout and Rhonda Lindsey. Jeff Boyd is always giving "l.O.U.'s The Closer You Get the better the Wildwood Boys James Lyles Scott Chapman Jeff Boyd and Stacy Chapman like it. Brenda Williams is Dancin Round and Round. Its Far From Over for Monya Mathis and Mandy Sandy Gibson Melissa Carol Lara Moore and Sabrina Thompson go their Separate Ways Ph. Mx .. V, , , y , , .. , H a. , if M it , M W ,W rw 4 f W M-..M..aa mm M .. , .. i, , . , Byrd. X K x i 5 L f 4 SL . , M The concert choir is "Putting on the Ritz." Activities 151 Howdy Dance the ultimate icebreaker A little late in the year but en- joyed none the less. the student council sponsored the Howdy Dance Friday. September 30th from 7:30 until 10:30 pm. The dance provided an opportunity for students to get acquainted with one another. Again this year, student council Tasha Duncan. Pam Garrett. and Angie Jackson show Joel Ballew how to bedrock. la' Activities furnished clothespins which were painted a specific color to denote the different classes. These clothespins were exchanged with new acquaintances prior to the dance and returned to their original owners during the evening. Delania Johnson and Rodney I-loard will keep dancing until "l999." Coy Worley welcomes all the girls with "Open Arms." Chris Williams and Monica Hamilton are in love "Truly" Jana Langston and John Samford two-step to "The Closer You Get," Dr. Baca joins in on the Spartan fun at the fair. Cherry Brown, Michelle YO'-1118, and Dana A Spartan is caught monkeying around at the fair. On the midway, Rhonda Patterson points the way for Bill Lindley. Caylor come away empty handed. Crissy Ortiz, Cristal Miles, and Deanna Brown enjoy a break from school food. Spartans fear the The tragic accident involving the Enterprise at the State Fair of Texas didnlt stop the Samuell Spartans from spending the day at the fair on October 21st'. Many students walked through exhibit fair buildings, played games, and a few even dared to ride a ride or two, Many other students spent their day eating Fletcher's corny dogs, candied apples, and cotton candy. Activities 153 Homecoming arrived early, but that didn't seem to stop the en- thusiasm of the students on Oc- tober l4th. Spirit was at an all time high. Win, fight, Spartans echoed throughout the auditorium. The Starlets performed to "Eye of the Tiger," the Blue Jackets kept the spirit up by yelling along with the Homecoming mums the word cheerleaders and the band kept the beat. Even the football players raised their feet, and showed their spirit. The excitement of the student body, the anticipation of a victory over Bryan Adams and the tradi- tional appearance by Mr. Blackmon all added up to an un- forgettable event. in ew Curtis Miller and Ronald Stout watch the Starlets perform to "Eye of the Tiger." 7 N K l Q 5. 3 32 fi i ii l 4. l Roy Phillips breaks the senior spirit chain at J, D. Mr. Rollings and Mr. Blackmon arethe dynamic-duo in action. Point s name, 154 Activities ' G Terri Bergeaux and Darita Pool introduce Mr. Blackmon. k vs K V .. 1 1' 3 4" Blue Jackets Molly Yandell, Terry McCown, Tammy Coates, Rhonda Berryhill, and Pam Garrett are ready to show their spirit. Beth Hairgrove sees another fine guy. Shawn Newsome and Alfred James inspire the team with their pep talk and poem. Activities 155 Spartans go courting The Homecoming Court was presented in an afternoon cor- onation ceremony on October 14. The court consisted of two freshmen, two sophomore, two junior, and three senior girls. After much anticipation Karla Littrell was crowned the 1983 Homecoming Queen. She was crowned by student body presi- dent Susan Presley, as the l982 Homecoming Queen Kellie Pannell was unable to attend. Michael Payne escorts junior Barbra Dedrick Williams escorts junior Verita Gregg. James. if . . ,.-K E l i i 1 fi Archie Carroll escorts senior Queen Karla Littrell. K W 1 S -1 Q, t i it MW il at ii it 9 X ith 'H i L 2 xi 'ir iki. A ,,. , 3 Archie Carroll watches as Susan Presley presents Rusty Ditmars escorts senior Kim Marcus Camper escorts senior Toi Karla Littrell with a bouquet. Crawford. HHYHCS- 156 Activities Paul Donaldson escorts sophomore Cherry Brown. Robby Fallin escorts freshman Stacy Wagner. The 1983 Homecoming Court is presented in the assembly. David Vines escorts sophomore Priscilla Susan Presley and Depmn Woodruff an- Ramirez- nounce the Homecoming Court. Mike Wallace escorts freshman Cynthia Espinoza. Activities 157 Jamie Cobb welcomes ex Spartan, David Moss, back to Samuell. Homecoming Dance 1983 victory feelings - "Far From Overn Homecoming was "Far From Over" after the Spartans' victory over Bryan Adams. The Homecoming Dance, sponsored by the student council, from 10:30 to 1:00 on October 14th continued the celebration. The dress was semi-formal and everyone looked especially nice. 158 Activities A variety of music was provided by D.C. Sound. The Homecoming Court was presented again at the dance. The Queen, Karla Littrell, and her escort, Archie Carroll, danced a special dance and were joined by the court and their escorts. Jay VanSyckle and Mandy Byrd are side by side again. W Molly Yandell is lost in the crowd. if Students defeat faculty The faculty met the challenge and agreed to a match with the girls volleyball team. The game was held on Tuesday, October 25th during seventh period. Students purchased tickets for or ' Nl. ,T at-2 ' .sg I. .rg V. one dollar and attended the match. The girls volleyball team defeated the faculty by two games to one. ' S ll as T :tf,eg!pf'mg:LlFsgx?2i i . ,,ltt,,,,tt . . te-T '55 5 I Alicia Wilson and Rhonda Patterson plot how to defeat the teachers. x 5 Mr. Wallace tries to show his athletic ability. Activities When Dr. Baca coaches no one listens. Yolanda Jackson is ready whenever the teachers are. Vickie White and Sharon Miller look for help from someone higher up. r 1 3 Lisa Lockmiller and Tierney Hopkins have fun without their dates. Unikka Williams and Kenneth Tatum work their necks. Kim Crawford, Renee Brown, DeAnn Woodruff, Sherri Godbey, Leticia Hernandez, and Robin Miller watch for things to gossip about. Few show at Fall Dance Samuell students danced the night away in the lunchroom on November 22nd from 7:30 until 10:30. Despite the fact that fewer people showed up than usual, it didn't seem to stop the ones that did come from having a blast. D.C. Sound provided just the right touch to get the Thanksgiv- ing holidays off to a good start. Activities l6l Dracula haunts the Samuell stage The blood curdling story of Dracula by John Mattera ap- peared on November 17th and 18th at 7:30 pm. The story is set in England where the mysterious Count Dracula lived on a large estate next to an insane asylum run by the naive Dr. Seward. Others that made up the cast in- clude Professor Van Hesling who must convince Dr. Seward that Count Dracula is a vampireg Rein- field, a lunaticg the beautiful Lucy Westerng Charles, the butlerg as well as three female vampires. The plot develops with all the excitement of the original and then, in the end, the audience was given the jolt of a startling double twist. The exciting stage effects and props added a unique touch to the mysterious setting. Mr. Jeff Morrow was the direc- tor of the Thespians first produc- tion of the year. Matt Lindsey worked the sound system and Ronald Stout was in charge of the lighting. The women vampires fight over their dinner. Professor Van Helsing and Peter Seward help Charles up. Dracula wakes after a day of rest. 162 Activities Mr. Morrow and the Dracula cast take five. Professor Van Helsing holds off Dracula with a cross. Charles serves breakfast to the Westerns and Mina Murray. XNN Y I The servant and Dr. Seward pull Mr. Ren- field away after his attack on Professor Van Helsing. 'Ns Dracula lives on to get Lucy. Dracula flies off after biting Lucy and leaving her helpless. Cast Jonathan Harker ............................................. Ronald Stout Count Dracula ........,....................................... David Miller Woman Vampire l ........................................... Mary Tierney Tre Winters Woman Vampire 2 ......................................... Michelle Wilson Karen Carder Mrs. Martha Western ....................,..................... Tre Winters Mary Tierney Mr. Henry Western ............................................ Gerald Ford Charles fthe Butlerj .......................................... Randall Green Miss Lucy Western ..........................,...,............ Karen Carder Rhonda Patterson Miss Mina Murray ................................,....... Tammy McHone Arthur Holmwood ...,........................................ Jerry Lisenbe Dr. Peter Seward ............................,............... Levi Randolph Prof. Van Helsing .....................,................. Kenneth Langreder Servant ...............,.....,........................... Rhonda Patterson Michelle Wilson Mr. Renfield ....................,............................ J. R. Parham Child .................................................... Brandon Massey Activities 163 Deaf Spartans celebrate Christmas One of the highlights of the year for the deaf students was the Christmas Dance sponsored by the deaf cheerleaders and pep club which was held on December 2nd from 7:30 until 10:O0p.m. This event took place in the cafeteria which was decorated with traditional red and green Christmas colors. Sandwiches, chips, cookies and cakes were provided. The 1984 Christmas Queen and King are Debbie Odom and Stanley Polk. 164 Activities From the senior class the Deaf King and Queen Stanley Polk and Debbie Odom were presented along with the senior court. This year to involve more deaf students the freshman, sophomore, and junior class each selected a prince and princess. Emcees for the evening were Kim Mitchell and Keith Kissen- taner. The sound was provided by Matt Lindsey and Joel Ballew. Keith Kissentaner and Kim Mitchell give first runner up Kim Watts a corsage. Stanley Polk and Debbie Odom dance to "Real Love." Junior Princess and Prince are Kim Mit- chell and Keith Kissentaner. 1 1 2 ff. f 13' ,,1f'Za:'. af 4 eff' Angela Parker and Victor Bruner "Look so Good in Love." "WN-4 Sophomore Princess and Prince are Cathy Murray and Anthony Taylor. 2 The king and queen and the senior court Jerry Perez, Kim Watts, Debbie Odom, Stanley Polk, Connie Courtney, and Kieth Leegood are presented at the Christmas Dance. Spartans wait patiently for the announcement ofthe king and queen. ' f 1 f s 'a . ' M' 5 e M 5 1 . C' fi' Freshman Princess and Prince are Stacy Robert Phelps teaches Debbie Odom a new step Wagner and Darren Veail. Activities 165 Roy Phillips and the Starlets make a new friend. Holiday fun for everyone The holiday season at Samuell was filled with joy and happiness. The hall decorations and the carolling by the concert choir lifted spirits. The holiday dance, sponsored by the student council on December 9th, added to the cheer. Music at the dance was provided by D.C. Sound. Also, adding to the season was 166 Activities the traditional Holiday Festival held on December 12th which was attended by many students, parents and other participating schools. The unexpected snowfall on December 16th, the last day of school before the holidays, led to snowball fights and put Spartans in the holiday spirit. ti.. ,V . .',, Deidra Walton dances "All Night Long Scott Dunn and Tracey Poole make Robby Fallin and Rhonda Lindsey watch Memones from the sideline at the holiday dance. Spartans side step into the holidays. f -Q , L ...f Q55 1 S ai-- David Miller couldn't wait until Christmas to open this package. Susan Presley and Lisa Hoppert tell Santa what they want for Christmas. Activities 167 The 1983-1984 Starlets perform their finale to "If They Could See Starlet Officers, Kim Crawford, Kimber Sanders, Kelley Maurer, Kim Pitts, Sheryl Scott, and Lynn Bridges, have got it. Starlets hit Broadway The Samuell stage was graced with the 1983-1984 Starlets on January 27th at 7:30. This year's theme was "Starlets on Broadway." Dances were performed to various songs from Broadway musicals such as Annie, Grease, Oklahoma, Chorus Line, and Cats. Other acts included the traditional senior hokey pokey and two solos. The highlight of the show was the finale performed to "If They Could See Me Now" from Sweet Charity. 168 Activities The emcees, Bill Lindley, Jay VanSyckle, Roy Phillips, and Shawn Newsome, added their own touch of class to the show by arresting the audience with their entrance. Instead of a traditional entrance, they were handcuffed and escorted in by a policeman through the side door. The director of the show was Ms. Debbie Lynd with the help of student director Marietta Wat- son. Tamla Jaggers was the ac- companist for the solos. Me Now." Marietta Watson sings a medley from Funny Girl. W 1 9 i 3 I gwgwffiffw f I Q aww FL Afifgw-im!-J M y mm Hgh ff ffXi1iY:gy ff lifgfwf MQ? WQLMW, , ' :Eibia ' As E Q55 m 5715? 33 I .wi . f .Q 545, Princess Beth Hairgrove, Prince Jay VanSyckle, Princess Terri Bergeaux, Prince Bill Lindley. It's a night for lovers, David Higgin- botham and Karen Carder. g . , ,W t n ,fr wk irvi , . it i g. .- 05 i T F5 . rr l f nlri at t 9 irr ' Q .. W r A fi. I V rrfn . N--. ..-.......- Q i,,,, H K The 1983-1984 Valentine Court. Queen Stella Bagley and King Marcus Camper. A celebration of love The Spartans celebrated their love at the Valentine Dance on February l0th from 7:30 until 10:30 p.m. All students were dressed semi-formally for the oc- casion. Once again D.C. Sound provided the music for the eve- ning. Cookies and punch were served by the student council members. Students also had the opportunity to have their picture taken for a night to remember. 172 Activities The Valentine King and Queen and their court were presented on- ly at the dance this year. The court consisted of two girls and two boys from each class. The senior class was represented by three girlspand three boys from which the King and Queen were selected. The 1984 Valentine King and Queen were Marcus Camper and Stella Bagley. Cupid's arrow has struck Kristi Stout and Curtis Miller. Autry Sanders and Brian Rayford check out the Valentine sweethearts. Count Steve Barnhart, Countess Shell Cooley, Countess Charlotte Duke David Askew, Duchess D. D. Hicks, Duchess Mandy Byrd, Poteet Count Eddie Coronado. Duke Kirk Buchanan. Wt-GFP' Melissa Carol just cannot face Matt Robby Stokes and Steve Hyles dream of Lindsey being in the Valentine court. fww . as A N , J 1 we Q. at '53 1 , ak -. -' 3":"s f'-l"'. :FSF 55lleRsr:f 'fl 'ml ,' Digi John Lawrence, Keith Meredith, Christie Bevill, Rodney Pitts, Tracey Ebarb and Shawn Mick are "Against All Odds." Craig Golden and Felisha Winton "celebrate their love." Marquis Brian Jones, Marquise Sandy Staab, Mar quise Rhonda Hoard, Marquis Bryan Germany. Activities 173 Strike up the band The lab band's annual variety show, Music On Stage, was presented on two consecutive nights, Friday, February 17th and Saturday, February 18th. Mr. Bill Wartes was the director of the show, with Kirk Buchanan and Mark Woody as emcees. Matt Lindsey and Stacy Chapman were in charge of the sound system, and Ronnie Stout was head of the lighting. This year's show was dedicated to the principal, Mr. Rollings. The entertainment consisted of many solos, dances, musical groups and skits. The feature of the show was the lab band playing a medley of country songs in- cluding "Tumb1in' Tumbleweed," "Please Release Me," and "I Can't Stop Loving Youf, The director of Jazz Studies at Eastfield, Curt Bradshaw, added to the success of the show with his special musical arrangements. Stacy Chapman and Beth Hairgrove are Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton for two nights. The 1983-1984 lab band goes country. 174 Activities 1 Woodyfdrag Bill Lindley to the operating table. Dale Walker concentrates on being saxy. s Tfigha Tqolg knows ips he,-tum. Jill Tucker snoozes, while JESTERS! Bill Lindley, Lisa Hoppert, Mark Woody, Kimber Sanders, and Rob Stokes sing "Starmaker." Gliding is easy for Damon Johnston. Greg Stegall and Jeff Boyd take a "Power Trip." Beth Hairgrove sings "You Needed Me." Activities 175 Beth Hairgrove, Darita Pool, Gloria Cr Billy McCarter and Steve Hyles watch for Mr. Wartes' cue. Scot Chapman picks and grins. Activities A X, x uz, and Terri Bergeaux end with Solid Gold. Jeff Boyd asks, uwhy Lady Why?" The 1983-1984 Starlet Officers are followed by "The White Shadow." James Lyles "shows" Kim Pitts how he Kirk Buchanan dreams of being a concert feels. pianist. Darita Pool is walking "Back to the Jungle." Dgqn Davis flips his top, Kim Coburn enjoys playing the flute in her last band show. Craig Golden, Bill Lindley, and Mark Woody have never known a "Lady Down on Love." Joel Ballcw is just a "Tumblin' Tumbleweed." Activities 177 The Olympics was the theme for the deaf spring dance which was held March 9th from 7:30 un- til 10:30. Deaf Spartans went for the gold. Students who had par- ticipated in sports or a sport related activity were recognized. In all sports, members of the varsity teams received plaques. J.V. and freshman team members received certificates. Members of Spartans go for gold the deaf pep club received cer- tificates while officers received plaques. The 1983-1984 deaf cheerleaders were recognized and the 1984-1985 deaf cheerleaders were announced. The decorations carried out the theme.. Sandwiches, cake, chips and dip, cookies and punch were provided to make this a truly spec- tacular event. Rudy Vela breaks during the dance. Anthony Webb, Joe Larry Contreras, Doug Hathorn, Jerry Perez, Keith Leegood, Matthew Martinez, Diana Martinez, and Stacy Wagner arer presented with sports certificates and plaques. Mario Martinez and Pam Hicks are in g'Heaven." 178 Activities D.I's Kevin Meredith, Barbra Gregg, Matt Lindsey, and Joel Ballew provide the sound for the dance. v.v Q V01 Q t 3.4, " AJ Seniors, who took four years of English, celebrate with their teacher, Ms. McKinney. it g . 0 . 3300, , o 4 4 -'fic' o Q o Q '57 'rvvv 0 QQQOQQQ 0 O 5 0 30,'0,0,4l xO,5.0 4 '.9.0,0. 6 Q O O The 1983-1984 cheerleaders Michelle Welch, Shellie Hill, Ms. Hughes, Melissa Welch, and l Sandy Sanders get together for a last farewell, ' 'J xx 5 X A Keith Kissentaner tells Kim Mitchell "If Only You Knew." Lynette Brewer, Connie Courtney, Rose Ann Ammons, and Kim Watts are senior beauties. Silent Spartans Lynette Voelkle, Sherry Kennedy, Chantay Durham, Nancy Gilliam, Michelle Holt, Gayla Melaun, Kim Watts, Lynette Brewer, Connie Courtney, Kristina Daniels, Rose Ann Ammons, LaShon Davis, Ms. Tobola, Kathy Cato, and Jimmy Ashley show off their awards. Q ,.g,f,,, 0 Q ' fi ' 509096 Q61 5 Q'Q,5 Q W 4' Q9 ' ' 9 ' eiegiatcfk O gg.. G 'is V 4 P . J, ,O in fy Vg. 0,0 f 3 1 Mr. Mitchell, Ms. Jaremko, Ms. Ferguson, Mr. Osler, Ms. McKinney and Ms. Hughes relive their high school days. .4 1,3 . J' 't'H'fl Q , . f Melissa Welch and Ritchie Bryant step in- to "cotton" The 1984-1985 deaf cheerleaders, Melissa Welch Chantay Durham, Diana Martinez, Michelle Welch and Ms. McKinney are presented at the Spring Dance. Activities 179 Betcha didn't know that Spartans celebrated Black History Month with the program, "I Betcha Didn't Know That," which was presented to the PTA on February 28th and to the stu- dent body on March Sth. The program emphasized the cultural contribution of blacks and consisted of tributes to black jazz musicians, popular black music of today, gospel music and to blacks in sports. The mistress of ceremony was Rhonda Walker and the narrators were Toi Haynes, Chris Webb and Mary Williams. The sponsor of the pro- gram was Mr. Battle with the help of Ms. Russell, Ms. Daniels, Ms. Hall, Ms. Knox, and Ms. Smith. The cast joins hands and "Lifts Every Voice and Sings." Marcus Camper and Kirk Buchanan are "Ebony and Ivory." 180 Activities Stella Bagley dances to "Everything Must Change." i Ramona Leaks sings "Amazing Grace." I 1 'Tw ig fi or . L I A .. . t l 1 My rg tif' J 4 4 W Bryron Parker and Devon Hampton break on the Samuell stage. Mary Williams and Chris Webb are on their way to the bus stop. Spartans go Hawaiian The Spartans went Hawaiian on April 6th from 7:30 until 10:30 p.m. This was the last dance of the year. and for a change the dance was held in the courtyard. There were colored lights, fish nets. and other Hawaiiandecorations. The music was played by Keith Roberts. Students dressed for the occasion and wore Hawaiian leis which were provided by the stu- dent council. Although the dance was not well attended. students enjoyed themselves. This provided a last chance for students to say aloha to the seniors. Paul Donaldson, Mark Carlock, and David Vines go native. Chris Webb and Tasha Duncan have "shackles" on their feet. Gerald Ford and Autry Sanders do the Bo Matt Lindsey asks. "Where are the hula dancers?" Activities 181 Spartans wait at the Bus Stop Bus Stop, a warm and sensitive drama of people stranded at a diner, was presented by the Thes- pians for the UIL One Act Play Contest on March 21st and at school on April 12th, 13th, and 14th. This outstanding group of Thes- pians won the district lO-AAAAA One Act Play Contest. Also, various students were honored for their acting ability at the contest. Karen Carder, Cassie Crowe, and Kenneth Langreder were named Cherie QKaren Carderb performs that "Old Black Magic." Dr Lyman tRudy Lopezj tells his life story to Elma fMary Tierneyj. 182 Activities to the District Honorable- Mention All-Star Cast. David Miller and Tre Winters were named to the District All-Star Cast. J. R. Parham and Levi Ran- dolph were named to the Area Honorable-Mention All-Star Cast and Jerry Lisenbe was named to the Area All-Star Cast. Along with these awards, David Miller also received best actor in zone and best actor in area. The Thes- pians were under the direction of Mr. Morrow. Dr. Lyman tRudy Lopezj and Elma fMichelle Wilsonj perform Romeo and Juliet. Will CJ. R. Parhamj sets Bo fRonald Stoutj straight while Virgil QRandall Greenj watches. Grace CTre Wintersj and Elma tCassie Crowel chat with Cherie tKaren Carderj. Grace fKim Yatesj tells Carl QRichard Lovej what she likes about him. in th new me Will U. R. Parhamj tells Carl CGeraId Fordl he found Carl's boots in front of Grace's CBarbi Blanchj house. 5 Grace QTre Wintersb welcomes Carl Uason Penlandj in from the cold. Virgil QRandall Greenj plays "Red River Valley." Y Dr. Lyman CKenneth Langrederj and Elma QCassie Crowej pass the time with Romeo and Juliet. Will fLevi Randolphj and Virgil Uerry Lisenbej try to stop Bo QDavid Millerj from kid- napping Cherie QKaren Carderj. Cherie CRhonda Pattersonj and Bo Cherie QKaren Carderj and Bo QDavid Millerl make CRonald Stoutj kiss and make up. up after the fight. Activities 183 The Peppermint Ball The tenth annual Peppermint Ball was held on Thursday, April 19th from 7:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The King and Queen were crowned by Mr. Rollings and the Duke, Duchess, Prince and Princess were also announced. Each of these students received a a special night trophy. The students chatted over cookies and punch and danced to a variety of music provided by Ray Williams. Many alumni returned for the occasion. The event was sponsored by the Special Education Department. 'S Mary Cruz, Esmeralda Garcia and David Chambers are loveable. 184 Activities t. r S e Q t se . . . Queen Mary Cruz is crowned by Ms. Smith. 1 i Z Dana Perkins and Tyrone Langford step out in style. ,, ? sf Q, at Z Queen Mary Cruz and King Robert Leal. Diana Parker swings into action. Duchess Esmeralda Garcia and Duke Jim- my Isbell. Tawanna Hobbs is escorted by Jeffery Jar- mon across the dance floor. is fx N A ,A as Q 1. -gk, , W... .W Robert Henries, Henry Brown, Ms. Williams, and James Venters enjoy watching the students dance. smwx xx sig Princess Julie Hein and Prince James Venters. Activities 185 A night to remember Once Upon A Mattress The Concert choir presented the hilarious comedy hit, Once Upon A Mattress, Friday and Saturday, April 27th and 28th. This was the exciting musical ver- sion ofthe Princess and the Pea. The musical was filled with fun, beautiful music and exhausting dances. Much time and effort went into Mr. Crookls final production of a Samuell musical. Mr. Crook and Princess CSheryI Scottj and Prince fBill Lindleyj tell the story ofthe Princess and the Pea. the cast and crew spent many hours over a period of months learning lines and songs, finding props and building the set. The success of Once Upon A Mattress made all this worthwhile. Assistant director, Sharon Kraus and Tamla Jaggers were accompanists. Marietta Watson was student director, and the stage manager was Billy McCarter. Dauntless tStacy Chapmanb and King Sextimus fBill Lindleyj have a man to man talk. Queen Aggravain CKim Coburnj tells the Nightingale Uill Tuckerj to sing Fred CLisa Hop- pertj to sleep. 186 Activities 1 i 1 Dauntless fStacy Chapmanj tells Fred CLisa Hoppertj she passed the test. The Jester CKirk Buchananj is far from sentimental and romantic. Knight fCurtis Millerj, Dauntless fStacy Chapmanj and the court watch Fred fLisa Hop- Emily CSandi Dreerj enters "Quiet," perth sleep. if WB A The court watches as Fred fLisa Hoppertj goes back in the moat. EsL.1-.f'Q' Fred tLisa Hoppertl just can't get comfortable. The Jester fKirk Buchananj tells King Sextimus CBill Lindleyj and Sir Harry CMark Woodyl about his father's very "Soft Shoes." Activities 187 Ago." mlm The Wizard fCraig Goldenj, the Jester fKirk Buchananj and the Minstrel flames Lylesl share a secret handshake. Members of the court fChris Webb and Tammy Ledyardj can't keep up with Fred. The Minstrel flames Lylesj sings, "Many Moons Fred QLisa Hoppertj passes the test of Fred fLisa Hoppertj is definitely not nshy., strength. . 188 Activities l i l The court has trouble keeping up with Fred fLisa Hoppertj and the "Spanish Panic." The Wizard CCraig Goldenl helps Queen Aggravain fKim Coburnl with "Sensitivity," ...aL.,4-... .. Sir Harry QMark Woodyj and Lady Larken LBeth Hairgrovej will be together "ln A Little While." King Sextimus fBill Lindleyj devours the hawk. Queen Aggravain QKim Coburnj tells Dauntless QStacy Chapmanl he deserves a genuine princess. lik 2 5 lx Fred CLisa Hoppertj reminisces about the swamps of home. Activities 189 cadet awards were given to X. . W f f e 1 3' Q if I XX he ff., 54.-4, Q . ,. fr ,Z--,J "Sf:-' -alia.-f Sonji Woods, Tonya Starks, Debra Peavy, Rena McGhee wait for the queen to be announced. .i 1 M., Sherri Crouch and Leslie McFarland watch the awards' ceremony. B Kedra Moore and Rodney Hoard relax after dinner. Military - on the ball The Military Ball, sponsored by the ROTC, was held on April 28th from 7:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. at the Regent Hotel. The cadets were dressed in their military uniforms and the other attendants wore formal attire. The evening consisted of a sit- down meal, dancing and an awards ceremony. The superior l9O Activities Robert Burns, Tanya Smith, Ron- ny Reeves, and Kevin Thompson. At the ceremony Debra Peavy was crowned as the newly elected queen and the princesses were Patrice Wilson and Taquita Dansby. The Military Ball was enjoyed by all. J. R. Parham always makes his presence known. Rhonda Walker walks gracefully through the honor guard. Garland Woodard escorts Delania Johnson. Gary Warren receives the Sons of the American Revolution award from Captain Jones. Cadets "Beat It" at the Military Ball. f so at .. ...C . The 1983-1984 Queen, Princess andthe runners-up are presented at the Military Ball. Mr. Rollings congratulates Kevin Thomp- son for receiving the Superior Cadet award. Activities l9l Spartans find their place The UIL competition was held on March 17th at W. T. White and on March 20th at Eastfield College. There were eight events in which Samuell students entered. Each student worked hard to prepare for the contest. Billie Johnsonls essay placed third in the Ready Writing Con- test which was coached by Ms. Crawford. Journalism contestants were coached by Ms. Bell. Lisa Hoppert placed first in feature writing and Leigh Anne Hunt placed second in feature writing and third in headline writing. JOURNALISM - Rad Ferguson, Sun Lim, Leigh Anne Hunt, Lisa Hoppert, Tonya Ballard, Beth Rener, Janice Bradley, Levi h Randolp . Robert Fallin was the first place winner in the typing event which was coached by Ms. Thomas, who also coached the Shorthand con- testants. Ms. Russell coached the math contestants. Hugo Perez placed first in number sense and Anthony Tabaniag placed second in number sense. The prose and poetry and infor- mative speaking events were coached by Ms. Braden. Ms. Pullen coached the spelling con- testants. Samuell was well represented at UIL. . Z 0.25 W at READY WRITING - Sheryl Scott, Saul Soliz, Billie Johnson. TYPING I - Robert Fallin, Steve Hyles, Rhonda Miller, Kristi Stout, Jeff Boyd, Ms. Thomas. SHORTHAND - Leticia Hernandez, Beth Hairgrove, Ms. Thomas. SPELLING - Michael Churchwell, Gra- ziani Randolph, Anthony Tabaniag. 192 Activities MATH - Matt Lindsey, Anthony Tabaniag, Calvin Ruble, INFORMATIVE Richard Love, Hugo Perez. SPEAKING - Beth Rener. PROSE AND POETRY -- Toi Haynes, Matt Lindsey, Wendy Reed, Joel Ballew, Jill Tucker. L ai Q fi James Lyles and Beth Hairgrove sing "The Rose." J ESTERS! - the final curtain The 1983-1984 JESTERS! and Mr. Crook bid their final farewell at the annual JESTERS! Show on May 10th. Along with the JESTERS! regular songs, there were solos, duets and quartets, as well as Mr. Crook performing for the first and last time on the Samuell stage. He sang an adap- Kim Coburn is "half out of her head" over Rob Stokes. W Mr. Crook "has grown accustomed to" this place. tation of "live Grown Accustomed to Your Face." The 1984-1985 J ESTERS! were also announced during the evening. Each member told of an event remembered from the past year. The show concluded with "Starmaker" dedicated to Mr. Crook. Craig Golden tells Stacy Chapman that he is the "Leader of the Band." Kimber Sanders and Bill Lindley bring back memories. Activities 193 Outstanding students recognized The student council presented an awards assembly on May 15th. The 1985 officers of the student council, Matt Lindsey, Joel Ballew, Mandy Byrd and Melissa Carol made the presentations. Students were recognized for their perfect attendance, and for mak- ing the "A" or "B" honor roll. Also outstanding students, who were chosen by the faculty in each department, were honored. There were also various awards presented including journalism awards, athletic awards, allied youth awards, drama awards, .l.V. cheerleader awards, math awards, FHA awards and National Honor Society awards. Ms. Jones presented awards to the 1984 stu- as 'Q N , gs, ,,,,. . wk .. is E Lisa Hoppert receives another journalism award. 194 Activities dent council officers. During the assembly, nineteen graduating seniors were recogn- ized as being the recipients of various scholarships ranging from one hundred and fifty dollars up to eight thousand dollars. Editor-in-chief of the 1984 TORCH, Sheryl Scott, announced the underclassman favorites and the dedicatee of the 1984 TORCH, Mr. Crook. Susan Presley presented the senior favorites to the student body. Tina Nuckols and Shelly Reed an- nounced senior superlatives. Debra Peavy, outstanding homemaking student, was not pictured. Sheryl Scott presents Mr. Crook, the 1984 TORCH dedicatee, a boutonniere. . .,.s B - Renee Brown receives her Allied Youth Vince Weldon picks up his powerlifting certificate from Mandy Byrd. trophy. Glenda Nunley Billie Jolmson Marietta Watson Toi Haynes Spanish English and Science Social Studies Art Lisa Hoppert Karen Carder Alfred James Stacy Chapman Journalism Drama Industrial Arts Band Kim Coburn Graziani Randolph Kelley Maurer Bridget Wilson Choir Business Math French Marcus Camper Kim Mitchell Robert Leal Marcel Davis Athletics Deaf Education Special Eduction Recreational Arts Activities 195 Cynthia Espinoza and Bryan Germany are freshman favorites. Mr. Morrow receives a plaque for his dedication to Samuell students and the Thespians. Kim Coburn receives the NHS award for character. I96 Activities jg, .V by '.,Gk My 5 3? vmf , i academic award. Mr. Allan Bubeck from Sun Oil presents Debra Odom with an U1 ifffj fr UP! is f so riff Elf v mriila f W7 U67 1 ffm Mr. Bill Hicks presents the Texas Wesleyan Book Award to Shelly Reed. Priscilla Ramirez and Eddie Coronado are sophomore favorites. Tina Nuckols, Kristi awards assembly. Susan Presley introduces Most Depend- able, Craig Golden. David Miller and Ronald Stout present the Melissa Dorrough is announced as J.V. Thespians' first place trophy for winning cheerleader ofthe year. district and zone to Mr. Rollings. t Xu its as x t Stout, Susan Presley and Ms, McCollum watch the .KV 1 Barbra Gregg and David Askew are junior favorites. Activities I97 Seniors Up where they On May 11th, the senior prom was held at the Wyndham Hotel from 8:00 pm until 1:00 am. The theme of this year's prom was "Up Where We Belong." The table decorations were hot air balloons made by Ms. Pool. A dinner of steak or prime rib, baked potato, salad, green beans, rolls and black forest cake was served starting at 8:00 pm. The dancing began at 9:00 pm to the music of Andy Barber from 92W KAFM, who gave albums away periodically throughout the evening. Robert Phelps and his date dance to "Let's Hear lt For the Boy." 198 Activities belong The 1984 seniors were presented during the grand march by Kimber Sanders and Bill Lindley. Immediately following the grand march the senior members of the TORCH staff an- nounced senior favorites. The prom committee was under the leadership of Mr. Shelley. He helped the senior class raise money by carrying the senior piggy bank during the three lunch periods, asking for donations. He worked many hours planning for the 1984 senior prom. Ramona Leaks hears her name announced for Most Dependable. Sonja Miller and Frank Williams are presented in the grand march. wgav f yggxbffd , -'SK 'E tyyy Mark Woody is on cloud nine with Sheryl Scott. ACD W .... 1 , Andrea Shiiltz and Mike Wallace take time for a little romance. ,r Stella Bagley receives a little help with her corsage from Zach Smith. Leigh Anne Hunt and David Miller wait for their names to be announced in the grand march. ' wiv Natalie Derryberry and her date listen to the announcement of the favorites. The old soft shoe wins three albums for Bill Lindley. I at , l Marietta Watson and Brad Lemons are "Footloose," Calvin Ruble attends the prom Texas style. P L -...S N ,.t - i l 4 7 t M. 1 1 4 5 is Bo Harmon tells Lisa Lee his plans for prom. Activities v after the 199 Kimber Sanders and Mark Oehlschlaeger dance "All Night Long." Mike and Robin Maxam enjoy the prom. 200 Activities t, in 1 .w' -, l f ., V 1' l It takes two to tango for Lisa Hoppert and her date. Q of 3 'X ' 1 "w-5, o il ertt 5 ,fy s is P' 1 .14 if K James Lyles and Kim Pitts live for the good times. , is :-. X Tammy Suitor, Scott Schmidt, Greg Foster, and DeAnn Woodruff get together for a night to remember. l Toi Haynes is escorted by Randell Green in the grand march. Jlffvls ek" A t l Kelley Maurer and Chris Canada have the look of love. 1 : . A ,. '7fXs1,.. - Alison Terry and her date think of "Paradise," MW r Z .fu 5 'Q KX lift. 4 at Carlos Amador and Linda Clinkscales toast to the class of 1984. wi W sit ll Nr Xf if i fxx.. . A l 1 ss g e 2 - K X ,alwfwsi .r ' 3 if x ""' in I A may - Kim Thomas, Rusty Ditmars, Lynn Bridges, and Shawn Newsome are in their own world at the prom. Stacy Chapman says, "I-lere's to my black forest cake." Jeff Boyd asks Roy Phillips for a dance. Jason Truett always keeps Karen Wright warm Rob Stokes gives up his chair for Terri Fallin. Tawanna Hobbs and her date watch the people at the prom. Activities 201 20 1 cfikefy go ,lgarmon Mme gOlzlif5on QFQHJQLE, 204 F i t J J4fl.LfiC Warcud ' lgkoncl llg ' if F 205 ' , W!! X .fr- ' t Favorites are revealed - The ' senior favorites and runnersgup in each category were announced on May Ilth at the prom. efSheryl Scott, editor-in- chief of the TORCH, introduced the seniorf members of the TORCH staff, and they in turn in- troduced tliierunnerseup and win- ners ineaclieategory. Susan 'Presley and Curtis Miller announced iMost School Spirit. Craig Golden and Rhonda Lindsey announced Most Likely to Succeed. Best Dressed was an- Marisa Martinez?-Wittiest iy y and Most Athletic were announced by DeSAnri' Woodruff- and Bill Lindley. Marietta Watson and Darita' Pool announced Most y Beautiful Vand,Most Handsome and Most Talented."Kelley v Maurer Panda Rob Stokes announced Most SDependaSble.' Kimber Sanders and Steve Hyles on announced Friendliest. Mr. and Miss Samuell were announced by- 'Sheryl Scott and Bo Harmon. tWinVners and runners-up each 1 received certificates. Not pictured c nounced by Bill iiii SLindleyf?-and? Q yyrr was ciley wittiest V runner-up Cerrita Mathis. 7 S S S r an P' ix , Wai' M, -Q .,-ff" Miss and Mr. is f .1M0st,f , Most Likely ' S tiiiii S SS iiii M051 t it M051 School SamuellV Talented To Succeed Vgee V Dependable Spirit r Beth Hairgrove ' Kim Coburn Kelley Maumee r 7 Ember Sanders Rob Stokes Jay VanSyckle Jeff Boyd I ' Kevin Thompson Steve Hyles' SS 'Si' ' ' ' sanji Woods , V VV Z' .-f' 1 Nw' x xi-4 ,,,. Frlendllest I Sr 1 'if'te Most Athletic Wittiest S S Most Hiindsome i . 55. Best Sheryl Scott up , ,Stephanye Vinson Shawn Newsome S 3 , Cyry Warren S S Dressed ROY Ph1HiPS SS 'f75FYf1IIk Williams V "rii I Most Beautiful , ,g Marietta Watson ' i 'irti E1,ii,, r,'pt B r idget Wilson SS Gerald -Ford Favorites 267 "It Rings With the Sound of Goodbye" for Kim Coburn. There is always somebody "watching" the senior Starlets. Sandy Sanders, Priscilla Torrez, Shellie Hill, Connie Courtney, and Kim Wattts use "Body Language." Seniors - a final celebration The senior class of 1984 bade its final farewell to friends, facul- ty and fellow classmates with the senior assembly which was held on Friday, May 18th. This year's theme was "Up Where We Belong? The show was directed by Ms. Lynd and Ms. Serpas. Emcees Roy Phillips, Shawn Newsome, Jay VanSyckle, Bill Lindley, and Lisa Hoppert added their own touch of class with their remarkable entrance. The show consisted of dances, skits, solos, quartets and perfor- mances by the JESTERS! and the 208 Activities senior choir. Then the time cap- sule was presented by Darita Pool and Beth Hairgrove, followed by the senior class president, Kimber Sanders and student body presi- dent, Susan Presley giving their farewell speeches. The varsity cheerleaders performed their last yell on stage, and the seniors sang the alma mater for the last time. The remarkable talents of the class of 1984 left many memories, and they will be remembered for being "Up Where They Belong." Jeff Boyd sings, "The Love She Found in Me." Bo Harmon, David Miller, Bill Lindley, Melvin Reed, Curtis Miller and Roy Phillips will see the seniors in "I 999." Shawn Newsome, Lisa Hoppert, Roy Phillips, Bill Lindley and Jay VanSyckle are really cut out to be emcees. Angela Morgan, Kay Moss, Rhonda Lindsey and Karen Wright "Get Around." fLg1g',2i A Ei? 35 2 Q N L any ff? 1' fx Q was ii . . fs , f a a ,fl i ai A SQ A s ll Q B X N A vi 5352: rfif-' 5 3 i X 2 i T' 2 QP g f - A- . v 5 W A K.: 2.1, .W A ' EH A is-L--. efee U Q ... A James Lyles "Loves The World Away." Darrell Harrison dances "Free Style." Jeff Hennen keeps the senior beat. Activities 209 Susan Presley speaks for the last time as student body president. Beth Hairgrove sings "Love Came For Me.. Lisa tDollyJ Hoppert and James Qliennyj Lyles are "Islands in the Stream," Activities The senior JESTERS! sing "Up Where We Belong." Stacy Chapman is one "Footloose" senior. Robert Phelps is a "Juke Box Hero." 3 , l Lynn Bridges, Kimber Sanders, Sheryl Scott, and Kelley Maurer's "Destinations Are Unknown." Ramona Leaks is "Mahogany." s t ev v 'Q st : alma ad' 9 l s mater onelast time. Senior class president, Kimber Sanders gives her farewell speech. 1' X Darita Pool and Beth Hairgrove present the time capsule. win Mean Joe Gary Warren has a coke but no smile for Randall Green. Priscilla Torrez and Gayla Melaun are out there on their own. Activities 21 l Beth Hairgrove, Darita Pool and Terri Bergeaux do Two Bits one last time. pn. f' .5 " V Toi Haynes sings "Out Here on My Own," Senior choir members bring back "Memories," In the Senior La Bare Randall Green takes in .5 Bryan Hall is really "Boppin' the Blues." 212 Activities it off. Senior Starlet officers Kim Crawford, Kimber Sanders, Kelley Maurer, Sheryl Scott, and Lynn Bridges are really flashdancers. Trisha Toole is "Almost Over You," Tamla J aggers, Beth Hairgrove, Bill Lindley, and Stacy Chapman are "Starmakers." Seniors at the top On May 18th before the senior assembly Mr. Rollings announced the honor and high honor graduates to the senior class. Then he announced Billie Johnson as Salutatorian and Kelley Maurer as Valedictorian. There were forty honor graduates and only three high honor graduates this year. 'Ai The honor graduates not pic- Billie Johnson, Salutatorian, and Kelley Maurer, Valedictorian, are announced before the Senior Assembly. Salutatorian Billie Johnson Valedictorian Kelley Maurer Honors: Michael Garrett, Sandra Dreer, Craig Golden, Angela Morgan, Kimberly Crawford, Beth Hairgrove, Denise Black, Teresa Carter, Kevin Thompson, Calvin Ruble, Sheryl Scott, Marietta Watson, Kimber Sanders, Lynn Bridges, Lisa Hoppert, Rosalind Davis, Linda Clinkscales, Toi Haynes, Shauna DeMond, Amy Mankin, Carlos Amador, DeAnn Woodruff, Susan Presley. tured were Lisa Antonicelli, Jeff Boyd, Ronnie Chancellor, Natalie Derryberry, Darcus Hawthorne, Cathy Huey, Kristi Humphrey, Leigh Anne Hunt, Tamla Jaggers, DeAnna Ramer, Charles Steele, Rob Stokes, Joseph White, Bridget Wilson, Steve Hyles, Kevin Miles, and Glenda Nunley. High Honors: Billie Johnson, Kim Coburn and Kelley Maurer. Activities 213 :HL I Nothing comes between Bill Lindley and his food. ,wmv .wa 'sf I Q Mike Payne keeps Susan Presley from losing her head. 1 1 1 1 Darrell Harrison and Darwin Armstrong enjoy the view from above. Shawn Newsome 8915 held UP dllfing the Seniors dine out The senior luncheon was held at the Grand Crystal Palace on May 18th at one o'clock. The lunch consisted of filet mignon, salad, broccoli, rolls, a peach, and for dessert, an ice cream sundae. After the meal a western musical comedy show was performed by 214 Activities the waiters and waitresses. A good time was had by all, despite the fact many seniors parked in the wrong place and had to go out in the pouring rain to move their cars and spent the en- tire afternoon drying out. Texas Review. Jerry Perez tells Kim Daniels, "I am full." Sheryl Scott TORCH - Editor-in-chief, Starlets - 2nd Sr. Lieut., Sr. Class f Sec., Concert Choir - Treas., Student Council, Thespians. Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Starlets On Broadway, Once Upon A Mattrers, FHA, Sr. Pub, NHS - Sec., "A" Honor Roll, Runner-up Friendliest, Who's Who in American Drill Teams, Honor Graduate Roy Phillips Woods and Waters, Spartan Image, Sen- tinel, French Club, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Baseball, Starlets On Broadway, Runner-up Friendliest Senior Superlatives Cream of the crop One of the most prestigious awards for seniors at Samuell was senior superlative. There were ninety students nominated by the faculty for Senior Superlatives. Out of those ninety, thirty students were selected. These students were selected on the basis of their outstanding peer rapport, citizenship, dependability, respon- sibility and attitude. The Senior Superlatives were academically superior students who were involved in organiza- la! Marcus Camper Football - lst Team All District, Track, French Club, FHA, Valentine King, Homecoming Court, Baseball, Sr. Pub, Most Athletic, Outstanding Athletic Stu- dent, Basketball tions, sports, and other extra- curricular activities. They were among the top all around students at Samuell. Many could be seen at school as early as seven a.m., and many stayed until late at night. The Senior Superlatives were announced by Tina Nuckols and Shelly Reed in the awards assembly which was held on Tues- day, May 15th. Each student was recognized in the assembly, and each student received a certificate. l Bill Lindley JESTERS! Cheerleader, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlets on Broadway, Band Show, TORCH, Once Upon A Mat- tress, Thespians, Mr. Samucll Activities 215 Superlative Superlative Superlative Superlative Superlative W wa-.dw Ramona Leaks Concert Choir, Once Upon A Mattress, Beteha Dia'n't Know That, Most Dependable 216 Activities Marietta Watson Starlets, Concert Choir, JESTERS! - Hist., Student Council, TORCH, Sr. Pub. Ru::-MafTazz Student Director. Bnnd Show. Starlets on Broadway Student Director. Thesptgtns. NHS, Onrt' l'pnn A Mattress - Student Director, Outstanding Social Studies Student. Runner-up Best Dressed. Honor Graduate W' Randall Green Football, Tennis, Thespians, Best Dressed, Bus Stop Beth Hairgrove Cheerleader, JESTERSL NHS, Concert Choir, Valentine Court, Woods and Waters, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, FHA, Once Upon A Mattress, Sr. Pub, Runner-up Miss Samuell, Honor Graduate Kim Coburn Band, Lab Band, Band Show, "A" Honor Roll, Student Council, Sr. Class Treas., French Club S V.-President, All-District Choir. All'Region Choir, Runner-up Most Talented, Outstanding Choir Student, High Honor Graduate Kelley Maurer Starlets - Captain, All American Drill Team, Concert Choir - Sec., NHS - Treas., Student Council, Sr. Class V.- President, TORCH, DAR Award, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Sr. Pub, Starlets On Broadway, Once Upon A Mat- tress, Runner-up Most Likely To Succeed, Outstanding Math Student, Valedictorian r K Kimber Sanders Slurlets lst Sr. l,ieut.. Concert Choir, JESTERSL TORCH, Student Council, Sr. Class President, Razz- Mu-7'11:: Student Director, Bttnd Show, Umm' Upon A Mtlllruvx, Thespiztns. Slurlelx On Broadway, Sr. Pub, NHS Reporter. Runner-up Most Dependable, Honor Graduate f-fb-, M . M, Frank Williams Basketball, FHA, Runner-up Most Athletic Toi Haynes ROTC, French Club, FHA - President, Homecoming Court, Sr. Pub, NHS, Math Club, UIL Prose and Poetry, Outstanding Art Student, Honor Graduate Lisa Hopper! Student Council, Banner Team, Sentinel f Editor, Concert Choir - President, NHS - President, SAC, JESTERS!, Thespians, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Once Upon A Mattress, Sr. Pub, "A" Honor Roll, FHA, Wittiest, Outstanding Journalism Student, Honor Graduate A.: Billie Johnson "A" Honor Roll, NHS - V.-President, French Club - Asst. Sec., Most Likely To Succeed, Outstanding English and Science Student, Salutatorian Vince Weldon Football - lst Team All District Powerlifting, Sr. Pub, Track Robert Fallin Football - lst Team, All District, Track, FHA, Sr. Pub, UIL Typing, Powerlifting Activities 217 Superlative Superlative Superlative Superlative Superlative 'X l , i., , ,a ,, ,X uw' 'A ' A .DIS ,. - Amy Mankin DECA f President, FHA - President, NHS, Honor Graduate 218 Activities . Q5 , z' ef, .kk::" 1 f SteveHyles Allied Youth - President, Band, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, TORCH, Lab Band, NHS - Directory Chairman, Runner-up Most Dependable, Honor Graduate Susan Presley Student Council - President, PAC, TORCH, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Sr. Pub, NHS, SAC, Honor Graduate Terri Bergeaux Cheerleader, French Club, Woods and Waters - V.-President, FHA - Hist., Valentine Court, Sr. Pub ft 5 Kim Watts Red Cross, VOCCT - V.-President, Deaf Pep Club - President Jay VanSyckIe Football, Baseball, Powerlifting, French Club, Valentine Court, Starlets On Broad- way, Runner-up Mr. Samuell Y Q ZX is Bo Harmon Banner Team, TORCH, FHA, Soccer, Sr. Pub, Most Likely To Succeed X- !-13 -Qxtks 'Q--aw. fm qw ' N slamvfeuwx Wr+'S5'ftv f 'R FMP' ii, :mm 'N M 'eve .- X.,X A K 1 iff 31357 I . K CraigGolden Concert Choir - V.-President, JESTERS!, Once Upon A Mattress, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, TORCH, Spanish Club, Allied Youth, All Region Choir, All District Choir, NHS, Most Dependable, Honor Graduate -M-M Rob Stokes TORCH, JESTERS!, Concert Choir, SCOA, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Once Upon A Mattress, NHS, Runner-up Most School Spirit, Honor Graduate Darita Pool Cheerleader, Student Council, TORCH, French Club, Band Show, Most School Spirit ,W ,,,,, . ,,., M ' V n g , 4 , , I ,- ' .aftt:'f,,1'ia:,3zez 'T :fi K 73 sg? A Hffsfiiinf ' , T357 Michael Garrett NHS, DECA, Honor Graduate JeffBoyd Lab Band, Band, Concert Choir, JESTERS!, Sr. Pub - Editor, NHS, Runner-up Most Talented, Honor Graduate u 1 ,.. ,, is .,,. .,. ,t.m,, .-:, 1 N K w e s ,- .. ,M .5 ,I ig if., M, ggi' ,ff ,ine ez., Vtfsf' ::xgQ"P3'5?3.. fffjfig L taxi. f K , , Q x ia' R . .- , , ,Ex ve Y X sk , It 5 5? M wsu' ,,: ,A L 4 2 5 t ma- N Ax 3 ,f "H K af ff Q 'Skii- 1 ' ' A 2-Rf evysffl ' . -ijnliiilf ,we K t -' K : ' MVN.: 'ff . T. - ' ,bv ., A , " Q M- ,... .N H... N- E? t S dx N SM 'rf A AX N Bridget Wilson ROTC, French Club - V.-President, FHA - V.-President, Runner-up Most Beautiful, Outstanding French Student, NHS, Honor Graduate Activities 219 Out with the old . . . . . in with the new The traditional Blue and Gold Game, held on May 18th, was the first for some and the last for others. The game began with the introduction of the football team and coaches, followed by the presentation of the colors and a performance by the ROTC girls drill team. The 1984 varsity cheerleaders cheered for the last time on the field, while the 1985 varsity cheerleaders found out what it was like to be a cheerleader. Dur- ing halftime, the senior Starlets Bill Lind ley is sadly sidelined for his last game as a varsity cheerleader. 220 Activities were introduced, and they per- formed their last routine to the recording, g'Manhunt." The new 1984-1985 Starlets performed their routine to 'gPrivate Eyes," played by the band. Also, during half time the senior athletes were recognized and the 1984-1985 Spartan Image and banner team were announced. The senior guys made their traditional run across the field. The game ended with the blue team defeating the gold with a score of 27 to 14. L , , ..,, Bw may f The ROTC color guard proudly presents the colors. The Spartan band plays "It's Today" for the Starlets to march in. Susan Presley watches the old and the new. fl V as if Y N .15 fx? fl Q '52, ffl , . "'r,,r 1 Scot Chapman, Jeff Kirkwood, Carlos Amador and Don Morgan have the right horn but the wrong uniform. ,E Number 30, Lee Still, breaks through the gold's line ofdefense. IFS H lillle Sad f0f ROY Phil1iPS and Shawn Newsome to watch the game from the stands. Kim C0bUrn playS the fighi S0rlg OHS IHS! The 1984-1985 Starlets are "Private Eyes." time. wi iw .lust whistle for the senior Starlets! Senior guys make their traditional run across the field. Activities 221 r X J' . it 4 1 A f he . as - . a 31 . . 1 X,.. ,,,. . . . .,.. . f -::1,X'if - " ii? Qirifi. "tif k , . " 'K 1 ' 1 1- N ..x. I - 1. 1 ., .. f N - , 1.-ig. fega-.s V I-,g.,t -. .I -we Q. -- N Ssliisfwis -2----Yi w e ,. , W..-gi ggle 3 .Y-if 'k t 2' f Y .2-, ...st ma ,A t sow - - ..,, ,,g,Xgg. . gs f The 1983-1984 deafcheerleaders and 1984-1985 deaf cheerleaders have got it together. s,..-1... Seniors, Bo Harmon, Lisa Hoppert, Bill Lindley, Beth Hairgrove and Melvin Reed have everlasting spirit. The Blueteam lines upforavictory. Craig Golden and Rob Stokes receive orders from above. 222 Activities The 1984-1985 varsity cheerleaders get the spirit started for the new year. The J.V. cheerleaders support the Spartans. ........s......t.,.1..,...W.N,,. ..,..... :., -.......s....' 1..z,s,M1.:,t,-.s ' MEQVTM The ROTC girls drill team puts on a show. Reverand Steve Gibson leads the seniors into the future. fl? ww W" Kimber Sanders, the senior class president, gives the benediction. .. ,. .2 I ' if t AQ 11-A 3. f V' - " t if 4 G 'F ' . i 1 9' ' 4'-Q. ,,....f - .A at - set Baccalaureate - The Baccalaureate service was held Sunday afternoon, May 20th at 2:00 p.m. in the auditorium. The service began with the in- vocation by National Honor Society president, Lisa Hoppert, followed by two choral selections "For the Beauty of the Earth" and "Sing Unto God" from the Sheryl Scott and Jeff Boyd arrive early for baccalaureate. Pearl Villarreal, Vince Weldon, Russell Finley, Curtis Miller, Steve McGowan, Robert Benoit, James Brown, and Robert Fallin listen intently to Reverand Gibson. an inspiration Concert Choir. The sermon was given by Rev. Steve Gibson of Pleasant Mound Methodist Church. Kimber Sanders, senior class president, gave the benedic- tion and the choir closed the service with the sacred hymn "The Lord Bless You and Keep You." Billy Capers, Kenneth Hooper, Rosalio Pina. Carlton Booker and Jason Milligan think about what the future will hold for them Shawn Newsome is inspired. Activities 223 Seniors play at picnic For the first time, the senior class of 1984 had a picnic spon- sored by the PTA at the Cedar Canyon Club from four p.m. until eight p.m. on Friday, May 25th. Seniors and their dates attended. In the pool, seniors enjoyed hav- ing chicken fights, performing stunts off of the diving board, and sunbathing on the deck. One of the highlights of the day was when the seniors threw Mr. Shelley in Robby Stokes takes a ride on the carousel. 224 Activities the pool. They also played horseshoes, tennis, volleyball, ping pong, as well as video games. Some seniors relived their childhood on the carousel, the kid- dy cars, the slide and swings. A dinner of barbeque, potato salad, baked beans, bread, pickles, peppers and tea was served at five. The picnic gave seniors an oppor- tunity to relax and visit with their friends. Robert Phelps, Donal Burden, and Ken- neth Hooper are cool. qw.. Even at the picnic Kimber Sanders cleans up. DeLynn Loy and Thea Sneed dry off. Seniors give Mr. Shelley a dip in the pool. I at Bill Lindley, Terri Bergeaux, Gloria Cruz and Holly Ellis get a Coppertone tan. ' Randall Green gets splashed oul gf the water- Mark Shindoll, Rusty Ditmars and Shawn Newsome enjoy a game of volleyball. A-Q-N .awe-,,,,, M ,ea MW bl ll .ls t at ' 4 Lt '4 W 'Ni like W Diana Smith, Darwin Armstrong, Cassandra Rhodes, Karen Jeffrey, Rodney Hickman, Terry Holland and Theodore Ridge watch the action in the pool. Craig Golden relives his childhood. Sherian Espinoza doesn't miss the lunch- Steve Hyles and David Higginbotham are room food. ready for a chicken fight. Activities 225 Graduation A new beginning On May 26th at 8:00 p.m., the graduation ceremony was held for the 1984 senior class. The ceremony began with the invoca- tion given by Kimber Sanders. The concert choir performed two songs, "Reach for a Star" and "Hallelujah Day." Mr. Rollings, who was retiring, then gave the welcoming remarks, as well as his farewell speech to the class of 1984. The distinguished graduate award was presented to Mr. For seniors Shawn Newsome and David Nobles, this is it! s . .,.s..twW:,,.-.t.ff.,f. , ' -, ' Alfred James has a helping hand putting on his cap, 226 Activities Charles Hodges, graduate of the class of 1964, by Ms. Hawkins. Mr. Rollings then introduced DISD school board member, Richard Curry, who presented the seniors with their diplomas, and they in turn presented him with marbles as they shook his hand. The ceremony concluded with the benediction given by Lisa Hop- pert. The graduates celebrated the completion of twelve years of school by throwing their hats, beach balls and frisbees. Sherri Godbey says, "I'm not going to give my diploma up that easily." Calvin Ruble keeps himself amused by l Graduation makes Rhonda Lindsey happy. blowing his tassel. i 1 1 new is . 'Veg-at its 1 fi Q Q. .Sas , 'Z E .4 "iff-554.9 WS 'f .tft bi .i ee, 'X 'Ft avg it 9' A it If H. at a s . Q 3, .fl r Ag .f , r i - r? . -, ' tt E. S. A ,ij sf F , E Q g5iA7EiS,,k,X'x .3 K, K 5,3 fi. . sg ' sstti a tfe- '1. 4 1 'ttrt it '-- an t ,...,, 1 'PT' ' ..,.. ' A The big moment is finally here for the senior class of 1984. ff ..,...-P" 2 E e Curtis Miller and DeAnn Woodruff march sr et YE is S is a Pamela Cornish helps Gerald Freeman with his tassel. Marisa Martinez greets graduation with a smile. in to "Pomp and Circumstancef' Seniors watch their fellow classmates receive their diplomas. at-new 'NC Distinguished graduate, Mr. Charles Hodges, of the class of 1964, gives some advice to the seniors. Linda Clinkscales, Rosalind Davis, Lisa Antonicelli and Kim Coburn are prepared to hand a marble to Mr. Richard Curry in exchange for their diploma. Activities 227 V QQ A V 3' iiii W A ffl ,:, . , W 0 ' I to gli' v i s. I jg 2 ' 'Q I li Q f il f N f f-.f Frances Alonzo and Sherry Alexander The Concert choir sings "Reach for a Lisa Hoppert contemplates the benediction watch Johnny Barfield keep cool. Star." she will give. L l s 5 x A A A S Delynn Loy says, "Oh, no! James Lyles we're next." i Stella Bagley takes graduation seriously. Frank Williams say, "Look, Ma! I've got Roy Phillips checks to be sure he got the it." right diploma. 228 Activities Mendi Miller and Kristin Morris know there is life after high school. MT- Richard CUNY Congfaiulales Vince Weldon as he receives his diploma. MHFCUS Camlilef and -'HY VHUSYCHC CON' Seniors wonder what the future will hold for them. gratulate each other on a new beginning. Lisa Antonicelli and Rob Stokes discuss their plans for after graduation. Sheryl Scott is one graduate in a million. Activities 229 O A BC EFGI-I m3 4' Wah Q Y' 9 fb 0 2 Z A0090 o QZ+E:C' xox! f x Being a Spartan is . . W' I' 2 learning through academics Traditional English was back at Samuell this year. The English department provided British, American and world literature. The research paper, vocabulary development, grammar, and literary analysis were emphasized. E is for English This year, 1984, always a popular novel was especially important in the senior English classes. Teachers stressed the TAP and TABS objectives and students im- proved their test-taking skills at every grade level. Kirk Buchanan fills out his own three day absence form. . . .et .s.s,....-.w.,...s U.. Ms. Moffett, Greg Pierson and Ms. Hughes believe hug- Computer math is fascinating for Kelly Wright, Christi Current, Denise West, Fred Jurik, ging is the best sign. Danny Winters, Greg Hamilton, and Alfred James. .lliiC.XI'll' XM, ,,, J 'mmm maniac pauses g lmlosl l 4 , . g . i W , ix was mssmwlw i Ms. Adams tells Janice Johnson, "This is the closet you'l1 get to eat in my class." Mr. Battle introduces Patricia Cowan and 232 Academics Patrick Jimison to algebra. 8' JBMUEQ? Ms. McCollum and Jill Tucker believe being a Spartan means having friends. Ms. Hallum helps Levi Randolph decide his courses for the second semester. .Fi Priscilla Ramirez contemplates a problem in algebra. 4. Mr. Wartes can't believe that the odds are a hundred to one. if if T s 4 5 J .. .. af" i Mr. Shelley puts the Code of Student Conduct to work on John Samford. Mike Page, Wallace Maloney, and Clifford Hooker think drafting draws attention. H is for history The Samuell social studies department offered a variety of courses. Students were required to take world geography or world history, American history, and American government. In addi- tion they also had the opportunity to take Texas history, psychology, or sociology. Students studied current events, war dramas, and historical biographies. Through these classes students learned about the past and came to understand the happenings of the present that could influence the future. Academics 233 A variety of math courses were offered to the students at Samuell. Along with the required two years of mathematics, students also had the opportunity to take geometry, trigonometry, calculus, and com- f Alycia Evans, Yolanda Smith, and LaDonna Norris weave their own webs in Clothing I. "Wi Kelvin Dansby has to work to build his mind. 234 Academics M is for math puter math. An academic em- phasis math course was also of- fered this year to help students who needed extra help with mathematic skills. 2.- -an No one sneaks past Dr. Steere. Ms. Brown obviously doesn't want any help from Greg Pierson. Ms. Serpas waits patiently for her juniors to turn in their homework. Carmel Meya and Sonya Steve discuss the cost of materials. Marcus Camper looks for his grades m Ms. Adams' grade book. -te! ,. Rob Stokes tries to score with his homework, even at football games. fefm .... ' K " K 'i ffkffnzfsa rf?-Santas MX? Mr. Shelley finds that a short nap helps in riding the range at the Howdy Dance. Ms' Ballard brushes up on current events' Bill Riley and Brian Jones buff the edges in plastics. sink. W WX ...... I 7' i i ..s ,I Whig -- .s ift . Paula Barham and Patti Hall await their chemistry grade from Mr. Nicholson with smiling faces. S is for science Samuell offered many required and elective science courses for students. Through physical science, biology, chemistry, and physics, students had the oppor- tunity to mix chemicals, disect animals, learn about gravity and formulas, and the world of science. These courses gave students an opportunity to ex- pcrience and learn about the world that surrounds them. Academics 2 Many electives were offered at Samuell. There was a course for each student's interest. Students interested in foreign language were enrolled in either Spanish or French. Students interested in the business world took typing, shorthand, business lab, and took part in the cooperative education program. Students furthered their artistic abilities through such courses as Mike Wilson practices for the TABS test. ' . V7. ""' f 1 ' "'if e 1 . .serr 'B . ..,,,, ...VV,r VV,L, J ,Am ,..,,, -1 17 ' S V -2,1 2 , f wif g S Mr. Partain explains photosynthesis to Shana Williamson. 236 Academics Electives are extra choir, art, drama, band and or- chestra. Courses such as home furnishings, child development and home and family living enabl- ed students to learn the basics of a household and family life. In- dustrial arts offered students training in the use of wood, metal, and plastics. Physical education, health, and ROTC built minds and bodies. Curtis Miller finds it hard identifying all those people for the TORCH. ra Jeff Boyd ean't believe he has to type all of that over again. ff Michelle Bedford prepares for the future in VOE. B P ff 4,,, uw L -1 Larry Woodard, Scott Morgan and Dave Lane take notes in English. ,Ag , ,-e""1,-M- Ms. Lynd strictly enforces the Code of Conduct. Kelley Maurer helps Bill Lindley with his grammar. Tina Nuckols and Shelly Reed work, and work, and workin TORCH for Ms. McCollum. D. D. Hicks is a real sweetheart in the ggi counselor's office. SW 4 - . 4 President, Pino Burns, gets organized for Mr. Morrow raises money the easy way, 1 home management. for his drama classes. Academics 237 This year DISD adopted a Code of Student Conduct. Its pur- pose was to describe behavior that builds a positive environment for learning, to describe specific ex- amples of student's misbehaviors and the penalties which resulted. Each teacher reviewed the booklet with students during class time. As a result of this code, the Sheryl Scott works on the color section of the yearbook. R is for rules teachers' PAC, and principals met on January 3lst to establish the five school-wide rules of conduct and consequences. Each teacher posted these rules in their room. The school district believed that this experience in self-discipline would insure a good learning en- vironment for all students. Lisa Hoppert and Tamla Jaggers know "The Time of Singing Has Come." Ms. Vining, Ms. Marshall, and Ms. Perez discuss the ninth grade failures. ln the reading lab, Corin Donahue and Anthony Taylor await instructions from Ms. August. 238 Academics Donovan boring. 4 gif. ' ... i . l l l Tanner finds history a little l sa I f 'T' M, is ,fx SH'- a-. .W ., un- -. :.. at in Q-L .. , - M "TW I Ajoint effort is made by Mike Morris and Melinda Paiz in working on budgets. 'ef' Evette Stunkard works on form in ceramics. Kevin Miles works on his research paper for senior English. WZ A W5 i,i,i , y A , ,, ,,,, if 'Fi 5 C . ' ' i" . , ,, A 5 ' Af Asia,-Elise W I 'C if "'g'3"'f..ow'1ts",,,t f' L ,iw Ms. Robertson works with Sylvia Jenkins and Weldon Colbert on color theory. U , Kim Coburn is reminded by Mr. Bruner of the latest scholarship offer. 54555541 Coach Scott and Coach Smith talk "sport" talk. Academics 239 - i , Being a Spartan is . belonging to organizations Honor, achievement and integrit The National Honor Society was a very prestigious organiza- tion at Samuell. To be inducted into the National Honor Society a student was rated on the qualities of character, service, leadership, and scholarship. Grade point averages and teacher recommen- dations were also major considerations. The NHS was active. During the fall, the NHS held a banquet at Chuck E. Cheese's. They also made sack lunches for teachers on open house night. Their major project was publishing the student directory for the 1984 school year. On April 18th the organization held their end of school banquet at Spaghetti Warehouse. The induction ceremony took place on March 22nd at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium. The new members for this year consisted of nine seniors, nine juniors and seven sophomores. There were already fourteen seniors and twelve juniors, which made a new total of fifty-one members. The sponsors of the National Honor Society were Ms. Serpas, Ms. Bell, Ms. Reed and Mr. Battle. Senior members not pictured were Amy Mankin and two year member, Lisa Antonicelli. Three year members are designated by """", two year members by "U", and one year members by "'. President Lisa Hoppert inducts the new NHS members. Front Row: Kim Coburn, Steve Hyles, Kimber Sanders, Billie Johnson, Lisa Hoppert, Sheryl Scott, Kelley Maurer, Marietta Watson. Row 2: Tamla Jaggers, Beth Hairgrove, Lisa Antonicelli, Kim Crawford, Glenda Nunley, Amy Mankin, Jeff Boyd, Susan Presley, Row 3: Denise Black, Toi Haynes, Craig Golden, Shauna Demond, Kevin Thompson, Bridget Wilson, Rob Stokes, Rosalind Davis. Row 4: Mark Euziere, Joel Ballew, Kristi Stout, Shelly Reed, Maria Sands, Janice Bradley, Steve Barger, Chris Williams, Calvin Ruble. Row 5: Kim Mitchell, George Vaughn, Verita James, Carl Henderson, Matt Lindsey, Paul Donaldson, Michael Churchwell, Alex Chang, Charlie Blair. Back Row: Kirk Buchanan, Kim Pitts, Natalie Derryberry, Wendy Reed, Renee Manes, Kathy Tulley, Sandy Gibson, Hugo Perez, Sabrina Thompson, Ken- neth Rogers, Anthony Tabaniag, Susan McAnally. 242 Organizations Mr. Rollings congratulates Kenneth Rogers at the induction ceremony. ' 'L'-:ll fix :ff XYZ H Former teacher, Mr. Stevenson in his con- gratulatory remarks emphasizes success, Lisa Hoppert' " Billie Johnson U ' Sheryl Scott ' ' ' Kelley Maurer "' ' President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Kimber Sanders U' Steve Hyles H' The Sponsors are Mr. Battle, Ms. Serpas, Ms. Bell, and Ms. Reed. Reporter Student Directory Chairman Organizations 243 'Denise Black 'Jeff Boyd ""'Kim Coburn 'Kim Crawford "Rosalind Davis ""'Shauna Demond 'Natalie Derryberry 'Michael Garrett 'Craig Golden """Beth Hairgrove "Toi Haynes """Kristi Humphrey "'Tamla Jaggers """'Glenda Nunley 3111! Susan Presley 'Calvin Ruble 'Rob Stokes """"Kevin Thompson """"Marietta Watson ""'Bridget Wilson 244 Organizations NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY w C, S 1 Z ' 5 7 I gi v ' 4 The 1983-1984 Officers are Kimber Sanders, Kelley Maurer, Billie Johnson, Lisa Hop pert, Sheryl Scott, and Steve Hyles. 53 ffsnff' ,Q , , if i ..,,, ' an 4 W is 5335 8 3 Students lead Spartans The student council was a very active organization at Samuell. Before school started some of the members attended student council camp at San Marcos, and they planned freshman orientation. After school started, they spon- sored the Howdy Dance, they sold spirit chains, and they sponsored a legs contest. They also were in charge of the Homecoming Dance and the Thanksgiving Dance. Lisa Lockmiller, Barbra Gregg, and Melinda Paiz hold their tongue as when Ms. Jones says, pit out your tongue." During the holidays they held a holiday dance and encouraged clubs to decorate the halls. Each month they prepared something special for the teachers for teacher appreciation. During February they spon- sored the Valentine Dance and sold Val-a-grams in the lunch- room. They also sponsored a blood drive. The putt putt contest took place during March. l lunchroom. Darita Pool comforts Gloria Cruz while she gives blood. Tierney Hopkins and Janice Bradley work on the calendar for the Front Row: Matt Lindsey, Susan Presley, DeAnn Woodruff. Second Row: Ms, Jones, Lisa Lockmiller, D. D. Hicks, Barbra Gregg, Shannon Julsen, Deanna Brown, Missi Braswell, Cyndi Gibbs, Sheryl Scott, Melissa Carol, Kimber Sanders, Kelley Maurer, Cherry Brown, Leticia Hernandez, Tierney Hopkins, Melinda Paiz, Priscilla Ramirez. Third Row: Graziani Randolph, Crissy Ortiz, Tina Nuckols, Kim Pitts, Cynthia Espinoza, Lynn Bridges, Shawn Newsome, Dedrick Williams, Leslie McFarland, Lisa Hoppert, Sherian Espinoza, Melissa Dorrough, Kim Crawford, Renee Brown, Sherry Dollgener. Back Row: Janice Bradley, Shelly Reed, Sun Lim, Lisa Antonicelli, Kim Coburn, Joel Ballew, Darita Pool, Jill Tucker, Tamla Jaggers, Molly Yandell, Laura Powell, Lisa Braswell. 246 Organization S awn Newsome gets caught redhanded. Ma ndy Byrd laughs when Dedrick Williams wants his birthday put on the March calendar. Leticia Hernandez paints a poster for Sadie Hawkins day. M tt L- d d L- - 1 3 ll'l Sey an lS8 Tl OIIICC Ima C U Ol'lS OI' C Lisa Antonicelli, vice-president, Susan Presley, president, DeAnn Woodruff, secretary and Matt Lindsey, treasurer take a break from student council camp in San Marcos. A t l' k b tt f th Spartans. lt's lonely at the top for president Susan Presley. Organizations 247 Students advise principal The Principals Advisory Com- mittee, a group of students elected by the student body, met with the principal, Mr. Rollings, to discuss the students' point of view. This group gave students an opportuni- ty to express their opinions. Mr. r v Kristi Stout and Rhonda Lindsey check on some information before the meeting. Rollings asked for any suggestions that could help better student at- titudes. During the week before it exams, the members met with the ',t-q principal and some teachers to discuss the exam schedule. Jill Tucker reads the rules in the Student Code of Conduct. 1 4 Graziani Randolph and Susan Presley have a friendly difference of opinion. Sitting: Rhonda Lindsey, Marietta Watson, Mr. Rollings, Jill Tucker, Lisa Lockmiller, Barbra Gregg. Standing: Sandy Staab, Laura Powell, Susan Presley, Kristi Stout, Tamla Jaggers, Graziani Randolph. 248 Organizations Sitting: Renee Brown, Steve Hyles, Chris Williams. Row 2: Mrs. Rhoads, Marisa Martinez, Richard Love, Curtis Miller, Chris Henderson, Robin Dean, Angie Brown, Kathy Spears, Melissa Dorrough, Cindy Turner, Beth Rener, Ka Chaney, Susan McAnally, Glenda Nunley, Shannon Julsen. Row 3: Kristi Stout, Shelly Reed, Andrea Shultz, Natalie Der- ryberry, Patricia Causey, Rhonda Lindsey, Ricky Montalvo, Craig Golden, Ricky Robinson, Daniel Winters. Back Row: Tony Hunter, Mike Wallace, Clifford Hooker, Donald Morgan, Paul Donaldson, Craig Stephenson, Terry Brence, Russell Finley, Matt Lindsey, Joel Ballew. ,Qi fi sim I' K mars Terry Brence discusses the influence of drugs on the body. Robin Dean, Shannon Julsen, and Susan McAnally learn about drug and alcohol abuse. . Allied Youth educates Allied Youth was a service organization dealing with drug and alcohol abuse. Training for Allied Youth was held on October 20th at the Human Service Magnet. Members took two, two day trips to Hood on November 15th and 16th and on March Sth and 9th to educate middle school students on the dangers of drug Mrs. Rhoads points out which members are going to Hood. and alcohol abuse. During the holidays the members of the group sold Christmas ornaments as their annual fund raiser. The spring conference was held on March 29th, 30th and 31st at Lake Bridgeport. A group of students also attended a Dallas Challenge at S.M.U. Allied Youth was sponsored by Ms. Rhoads. Organizations 249 Keywanettes, organized last year, was a service organization that participated in community and school projects. During the holiday season they conducted a necessity item drive for the elderly people who lived in the Georgetown Apartments. Service with a smile The president of the organiza- tion was Wendy Reed, the vice- president and treasurer was Kim Fredrick, the secretary was Jill Tucker, chairpersons were Cherri Doughty, Molly Yandell, and Denise Tribe and the sponsor was Ms. Arthur. Wendy Reed, Jill Tucker, and Kim Fredrick discuss the Georgetown Apartments' communi- ty service project. Jill Tucker is proud to be a Keywanette. Front Kim Cherri Doughty, Molly Yandell, Back Row: Jill Tucker, Wendy Reed, Denise .M ...K Front Row: Sandra Doughty, Cindy Aynes, Wendy Reed, Jill Tucker, Sun Lim, Kim Fredrick, Lisa Hall. Back Row: Stephanie Coates, Molly Yandell, Kathy Tulley, Cherri Doughty, Denise Tribe, Dottie Bellah, Tammy Coates, Ms. Arthur. 250 Organizations lk Matt Lindsey can calculate math with his eyes closed. The whiz kids The math club consisted of students who were very com- petitive and had an interest in mathematics. The president of the club was Matt Lindsey. Anthony Tabaniag was vice-president and Danny Winters was secretary. The team attended practice 541 V mg Ricky Robinson, Hugo Perez and Terry Carol work problems with speed and accuracy. meets at South Garland High School, at Temple High School and at East Texas State Universi- ty. On March 16th and l7th the math team attended the Texas Math and Science Coaches Con- ference. The sponsors of the club were Ms. Russell and Mr. Battle. Joel Ballew is a whiz at math. 'ii 71 LN .... i -. . l ,1' Xxx -in Front Row: Joel Ballew, Kirk Buchanan, Danny Winters, Matt Lindsey, Anthony Tabaniag, Maria Sands, Shauna DeMond. Back Row: Ms. Russell, Terry Carol, Hugo Perez, Kenneth Rogers, Ricky Robinson, Alex Chang, Kevin Thompson, Richard Love, Beth Billings, Mr. Battle. Organizations 251 The 1983-1984 French club consisted of sixty-seven members. These members participated in various activities including a get acquainted banquet at the Magic Pan on September 27th, a Salva- tion Army canned good drive, a Easter stuffed animal drive, and many in-school cultural activities. In keeping as closely as possible to the French culture, a Mardi Gras observance celebration was held on March 6th. The Mardi Gras included a float competition between all French classes. The annual Spring banquet was held in April. Club members also pur- chased new club T-Shirts. The president of the club was La langue de Francais C st d'affaire de coeur Tonya Ballard, the first vice- president was Bridget Wilson, and the second vice-president was Kim Coburn. The secretary was Phyllis Brown, and the assistant secretary was Billie Johnson, the treasurer was Dinah Montalvo with assistants Tammy Suiter and Misti Wilkes. Theresa Denton was the publicity chairperson with assistants Toi Haynes, Angie Brown and Leslie McFarland. The program planning and decorating committee consisted of Kim Coburn, Toi Haynes, Tvinia Battles, Kim Fredrick, and Wen- dy Reed. The club was led by Ms. Reed. Ms. Reed cuts the yule log cake for the Christmas party. Front Row: Charles Love, Leslie McFarland, Norma Hernandez, Mark Carlock, Sun Lim, Darita Pool, David Fitzgerald, Terri Bergeaux, Ronda Jackson, DeAnn Woodruff, Tonya Ballard, Linda Ivy, Tracey Poole, Kevan Ferguson, Lorraine Rodriquez. Maria Sands, Richard Love, Verita James, William Jones, Nancee Gwaltney, Marcus Camper. Row 2: Dean Clark, Steve Barger, Lisa Antonicelli, Renee Brown, Kirk Buchanan, Dinah Montalvo, Billie Johnson, Mark Euziere, Kevin Garner, Jay VanSyckle, Mandy Byrd, Sherry Dollgener, Glenda Nunley, Leticia Hernandez, Monya Mathis, Tvinia Battles, Kim Coburn, Ms. Reed, Bridget Wilson, Sheri Barnhart. Row 3: Wendy Reed, Jill Tucker, Janice Bradley, Carolyn Mitchell, Tierney Hopkins, Damon Johnston, Lisa Lockmiller, Renee Manes, Barbra Gregg, Toi Haynes, Kim Yates, JoAnn Love, Rosalind Davis, Roy Phillips, Jackie Whitaker, Kim Pitts, Kim Fredrick, John White, Trisha Toole, Melissa Moore, Phyllis Brown, Tina Nuckols. Organizations 9 .al f WKU iw i F4 in The sixth period French class shows off their Valentine cards. Q Kirk Buchanan and Richard Love listen to Ms. Reed conjugate verbs. I ,. W Lance Smith takes Valentine's Day seriously. La Ccrcle Francais dress up for the Mardi Gras. Officers: Billie Johnson, Tonya Ballard, Toi Haynes, Kim Coburn, Dinah Montalvo, Bridget Wilson, Phyllis Brown, Leslie McFarland. Billie Johnson and Mrs. Johnson think French cuisine is tasty. Organizations 253 South of the border The Spanish Club had a quiet also visited Guadalajara where year, despite the fact that the they went to the Thachepaque, a organization consisted of approx- market. The group visited Mexico imately eighty members. The only City where they went to the Na- event this year was the trip to tional Museum of Anthropology, Mexico. Ms. Rhoads and seven a disco, a cathedral, and to the other members visited Puerta pyramids. Ms. Rhoads was the Vallarta where they stayed on the sponsor of the club. beach and went snorkling. They Marisa Martinez and Ms. Rhoads look at pictures from the Mexico trip. 1,1-F' Craig Stephenson enjoys the pyramids of Craig Stephenson, Russell Finley, Glenda Nunley, Jerri Clinkscales, Linda Clinkscales, Lisa Teotihuacan. Rodriguez and Wanda Greenlee relax in Mexico City. STX, w Back Row: Natali Sholes, Claudia Ibanez, Melinda Paiz, Barbi Blanch, Diane Rodriguez, Shannon Julsen, Melissa Dorrough, Kathy Spears, Thea Sneed, Renee Brown, Marisa Martinez, Shannon Roberts, Linda Clinkscales, Elvira Avila, Rochell Aguirre, Ernie Saucedo, Tina Meza. Row 2: Shelly Reed, Ms. Rhoads, Wallace Maloney, Deborah Wood, Beth Rener, Robert Hester, James Scott, Rosalind Davis, Ricky Robin- son, Christi Current, Kim Crawford, Glenda Nunley, Susie Herrera, Andrea Schultz, Cristela Limon, Tammy Coates. Row 3: James Brown, Brent Little, Brian Jones, Chris Williams, Eddie Busch, Saul Soliz, Danny Winters, Ricky Montalvo, Jimmy Duffey, Craig Golden, Michelle Pierson, Stephanie Coates, Patricia Causey, Emilio Gonzalez, Sharon Serrata, Kevin Miles, Cindy Turner. Row 4: James Childress, Kevin Thompson, James Brown, Frank Todora, DeLynn Loy, Rhonda Lindsey, Sherian Espinoza, Angie Brown, Kristi Stout, Curtis Miller, Mary Tierney. Back Row: Roger Finley, Russell Finley, Craig Stephenson, Mark White, Richard Henry, Ron Smith, Rusty Ditmars, Shawn Newsome, Ronnie Chancellor, Baltazar Gudino, Canuto Martinez, Joel Ballew, Mike Wallace. 254 Organizations M' . Waiting in the Guadalajara airport is boring for Wanda Greenlee, Craig Stephenson, Jem Clinkscales, Glenda Nunley and Linda Clinkscales. WX Glenda Nunley gets in the mood for her Mexico trip. ." M. ,fa- 5, an Linda Clinkscales buckles up for para-sailing in Puerto Vallarta - 1 .af if gif! 5? iifm we Thea Sneed, Rochell Aguirre and James Lyles hablan en Espanol. Lisa Rodriguez, Wanda Greenlee, Linda Clinkscales and Glenda Nunley have their picture taken with the indian dancers in Gran Teocali. Organizations Students participate in organizations Red Cross, Handbell Choir, Deaf Pep Club, VOCCT, Media Center, Senior Pub, and Deaf Theater Arts were important organizations at Samuell. They provided an opportunity for students to help others, develop skills, raise spirit and participate in life at Samuell. Front row. Terry Rhone, Jamie Norris, Lynette Voelkle, Michelle Wilson, John White. Row 2: Rose Ann Ammons, Kim Watts, Sponsor - Deaf Theater Arts - Guadalupe Ramirez, Annora Media Center - Sitting: Marisa Martinez, Kevan Ferguson, Karen Carder, Curtis Miller, Tawney, Michelle Welch, Melissa Welch, Angela Ms. Abbott. Row 2: Beverly Owens, Ms. Cobb, April King, Michelle Nance, Gina Watkins. Parker, Mechelle Spencer, Wanda Ray. Row 3: Tonya Starks, Ramona Leaks, Ricky Robinson, DeLynn Loy, Thurman Smart, Jen- nifer Buchanan, Ms. Davis, Ms. Fulton. Handbell Choir - Trepaso Stanton, Debbie Wood, Kathy Cato, Ms. Needles, Bryan Blanton, Ricardo Pineda, Linda Coleman, Erbie Johnson Cheryl Baker, Jimmy Nealey, Grady Hall, Clifford Crowder, Victoria Harris, Nancy McNeal, Fonda Boyd, Sponsor Ms. Vanderslice. 256 Organizations Senior Pub - Fronl Row: Renee Brown, Karen Gunstanson, Marisa Martinez, Kim Coburn, Terri Bergeaux, Gloria Cruz. Row 2: Tamla Jaggers. Jeff Boyd, Marcus Camper, Russell Finley, Beth Hairgrove, Lisa Hoppert, Kelley Maurer, Bill Lindley, Susan Presley, Lisa Antonicelli. Row 3: David Miller, Beverly Owens. Curtis Miller, Stella Bagley, Bill McCarter, Jennifer Coffman, DeAnn Woodruff, Kim Crawford, Sandi Dreer, Bo Harmon, Sheryl Scott, Kimber Sanders, Toi Haynes, J. R. Parham. Darita Pool. ii Q' 'ws' 5" V . . Y , - i 'L' -was A X' Deaf Pep Club - Front Row: Chris Brown, Kathy Cato, Sherry Kennedy, LaShon Davis, Kristina Daniels, Rodney Blankenship, Jimmy Ashley. Row 2: Nancy Gilliam, Lynette Voelkle, Mary Brewer, Corey Perry, Rose Ann Ammons, Connie Courtney, Kim Watts, Sponsor - Ms. Tobola, Machelle Holt, Chantay Durham, Gayla Melaun. VOCCT - Mary Brewer, Lynelle Linker, Evette Stunkard, Gayla Melaun, Tommie Markham, Shellie Hill, Christi Lambert, Connie Courtney, Bill Gordon, Alene Young, Deb- bie Odom, Rose Ann Ammons, Kim Mitchell, Steven Henry, Kim Watts, Aunia Weathers, Sponsor - Ms. Cawyer, Nancy Gilliam, Ralph Gonzales. Kim Coburn, Dinah Montalvo and Curtis Miller think seriously about the Senior Pub. 'awww f ,E 3, , iff? fl .six . f. lg, E S is S V 1 We if i eei X , L ,., as r.. V 4 , X' 1 1, se Michelle Welch and Melissa Welch dance to "Sing ing in the Rainf' Organizations 257 . , 4' i f X so-ti rr . , 1 The W. W. Samuell Band con- sisted of forty-four members. The band participated in football games, pep assemblies, school functions and other civic events. The annual variety show, Music on Stage, was presented on February 17th and 18th. It featured the lab band performing The band tunes up various numbers. It also consisted of solos, skits and dances. On April 12th the band participated in the UIL competition at Seagoville High School. The 1984 drum major was Stacy Chapman, the assistant drum major was Joel Ballew, and the director was Mr. Wartes. Jack in the Box has a "grand" opening with Greg Stegall, Damon Johnston, Jeff Boyd, and G,-eg pl,-,mon ,S the leader of the pack Todd Murray. Marching Band - Front Row: LaDonna Norris, Yolanda Wright, Debi Rodriguez, Diana Smith, Lisa Whitehead, Nona Taylor, Fonda Sims. Row 2: Dale Walker, Deborah Wood, Clay Johnson, Tina Shields, Kim Coburn, Beth Billings, Tammy Walters, Joel Ballew, George Sanders, Greg Stegall, Jeff Boyd. Row 3: Rushunda Adams, Yolanda Smith, Scot Chapman, Carlos Amador, Damon Johnston, Jeff Kirkwood, Donald Morgan, Tommy Mills, Angela Jackson, Tasha Stinson, Krissie Warren, John White, Tracy Smith. Back Row: Tamla Jaggers, Mr. Wartes, Jeff Hennen, Kevin Miles, Steve Hyles, Billy McCarter, Henry Martinez, Marcel Davis, Stacy Chapman, Kevin Brisendine, Willie Davis, An- thony Whitaker, Russell Ansley, Todd Murray. 258 Organizations Egfr? i Drum Major, Stacy Chapman, takes over for Mr. Wartes. Dale Walker, George Sanders, Greg Stegall, and Jeff Boyd practice for Music on Stage. 1 n 'sm , X1 8 Trumpets - Front Row: Carlos Amador, Jeff Kirkwood, Scot Chapman, Tommy Mills. Back Row: Latricia Dillard, Gina McCoppin, Donald Morgan, Angela Jackson, Tasha Stinson. Joel Ballew concentrates on playing "Mirada." Tamla Jaggers rings a bell for the Spartans. ai' M2 if Flutes - Brenda Taylor, Beth Billings, Tammy Walters, Kim Coburn. Organizations 259 I 3 gi in Front Row: Yolanda Smith, LaDonna Norris. Back Row: Clay Johnson, Tina Shields, Deborah Wood, Rushunda Adams Taylor, Greg the homecoming game. Smith, Willie Davis, Krissie Warren. Willie Davis plays "Eye of the Tiger" for French Horns - John White, Tracy The Samuell band follows Stacy Chapman at the South Garland game. 3 if f Jeff Kirkwood and Carlos Amador play the National Anthem at the Saxophones - Front Row: 1 George Sanders, Greg Stegall. Back Mesquite game. 260 Organizations Row: Kim Coburn, Joel Ballew, Jeff Boyd, Kirk Buchanan. 2 5 5 K, .sf Lab Band - Front Row: Dale Walker, Greg Stegall, Jeff Boyd, Kim Coburn, Joel Ballew. Row 2: Billy McCarter, Greg Pierson, Jeff Hennen, Anthony Whitaker, Stacy Chapman, Todd Murray, Mr. Wartes. Back Row: Kirk Buchana Kirkwood, Donald n, Tamla Jaggers, Scot Chapman, Carlos Amador, Damon Johnston, Jeff Jeff Hennen keeps the Spartan beat. Yolanda Smith and Nona Taylor wait for their turn to put on a show at the Roosevelt game. I Tubas and Trombones - Front Row: Russell Ansley, Kevin Brisendine. Back R0w.' Jeff Tatum, Todd Murray, Marcel Davis, Stacy Chapman, Kelvin Dansby. David Gibbs and Kevin Miles take a break and watch the Spruce game. PA, . ,:.' ,,..,.' .fr a :wx W 52g.se s,g,-'wg I .15 :'.f. ,9 .wf9 .".JYwa'33fE':.t.3w-L ,MM .vlrrf ifi N 53" A fi - Y . A H' H W, e' -5-,ga Iixgfgsins H 'Z 'Kilt 3? . 2"iiT-ff A ,Ny V iff 'V f, ii.iQ'ffiwU , . ' f R . r 1 E e"' f ,el-gag f . " f ' ' .3 fr it ami 2 '..51--meme Assistant Drum Major - Joel Ballew, Drum Major - Stacy Chapman. Drum Corps - Front Row: Tamla Jaggers. Row 2: .Ieff Hennen, Billy McCarter, Steve Hyles. Back Row: Henry Martinez, Kevin Miles, Charles Garden. Organizations 261 Being a cheerleader, on the banner team or Spartan Image is not all fun and games. The school year for the varsity cheerleaders began before the start of the school with cheerleader camp at S.M.U. August 8th through the 12th. Learning new chants and cheers was a part of the camp cur- riculum. Out of a 1500 squad competition, they brought home a spirit stick, two excellent ribbons and one good ribbon. For the first time this year, the Spartan Image attended camp which provided an opportunity for the mascots to show their school spirit. Roy Phillips found it a great ex- perience and thought all future Spartan Images should attend Eight to five camp. Each week during football season the cheerleaders and ban- ner team made posters for pep assemblies, tags for the football players and a Spartan banner for football game. The first period class also made tags for the basketball and baseball players and banners for various basketball and baseball games. They showed enthusiasm and cheered at all var- sity football games, varsity girl's and boy's basketball games, and various other activities throughout the year. The cheerleaders, ban- ner team, and Spartan Image were under the sponsorship and leadership of Ms. Adams. Bin Lindley Sitting: Karen Gunstanson, Karla Littrell, Carolyn Bradley, Beth Hairgrove, Terri Bergeaux, Darita Pool, Gloria Cruz. Standing Lisa Hop pert, Bill Lindley, Melvin Reed, Roy Phillips, Bo Harmon, Curtis Miller, David Miller. Organizations Carolyn Bradley Terri Bergeaux Beth Hairgrove The varsity cheerleaders cuddle up at the Highland Park game. Melvin Reed Lisa Hopper! The banner team and Bill Lindley perform the tradi tional pom pom routine at the Highland Park game. Organizations 263 Darita Pool Q T, .. ,Qi A . 4 f ig, 3 if ,yr . xg 9. 5 , -0 'X qi? . .Ax A i A , ' fl, x i1.'Yff9Q H , ,ff:,lL5i11,S5i: e. X , . . - 2' P S ,,,v - 5 M. f gig ., nm, i gm, 1 - Q .ms lf H i f if R Q 1: X if f S . ,: ' Vg: xg , I ii 9 i 2 ' ,A f bg . bg-1-ei, gs. ,mpg X.-'Q N-Ngxf-gz K 1,,..,,.Hif 1 ig gi 5 Ti " .W is , Roy Phillips The varsity cheerleaders and Lisa Hoppert show offthelr mums at the Homecoming game 264 Organizations Karla Littrell Lisa David Miller and Curtis Miller don't know how big the Spartans really are. way. l Hoppert keeps her hair dry the hard The varsity cheerleaders and banner team have "got . 1, ,, it togethe . The cheerleaders swat the Skeetcrs during the Mesquite pep assembly. Karen Gunstanson Gloria Cruz Organizations 265 Curtis Miller 'fv"a?? A . if Ms. Adams is never chicken when it comes to fried chicken. Banner Team: Bo Harmon, David Miller, Lisa Hoppert, Roy Phillips, Curtis Miller, Melvin Reed. Bo Harmon David Miller 9' The varsity cheerleaders and Spartan Image wait anxiously for the mighty Spartans. Roy Phillips needs the Spartan suit to fit 266 Organizations his image. Melissa Welch, Priscilla Torrez, Sandy Sanders, .. ,Q Q. Melissa Welch Sandy Sanders Michelle Welch, Shellie Hill. Shellie Hill Michelle Welch Sp1r1t1n slgn This year's deaf cheerleader squad consisted of four members. Their purpose was to promote spirit among deaf students by interpreting and performing the cheers. The cheerleaders performed at all varsity football games and dur- ing the pep assemblies. They sponsored two dances, the Christmas Dance on December 2nd and the Spring Dance on March 9th. They also held a fund raiser in April. Their sponsor, Ms. Hughes, said, '4This was the best group of cheerleaders yet." Organizations 267 Catch that Spartan spirit The J.V. Cheerleaders were chosen by a panel of outside judges. They were judged on abili- ty, teacher recommendations and grades. There were twelve girls who met these requirements for this year. These girls were an asset to the Spartan spirit of 1984. They cheered at all freshman and junior varsity football and basket- ball games. They also made tags each week for the teams. This group attended the S.M.U. Cheerleader camp August 8th through August 12th. They received two spirit sticks, a super star squad ribbon, three superior ratings and three excellent ratings. The J.V. cheerleaders practiced long and hard hours preparing for the .I.V. Assembly which was held on October 5th, They attended a competition on April 15th which was held at W. H. Adamson High School. The cheerleaders were sponsored by Ms. Hall and Ms. Dunbar. The .I.V. Cheerleaders sponsors are Ms. Hall and Ms. Dunbar. Top Row: Janice Bradley. Middle Row: Michelle Lipscomb, Pam Titus, Hope Haynes, Melinda Paiz. Bottom Row: Melissa Dorrough, Ronda Jackson, Angie Thompson, Mary Tierney, TaQuita Dansby, Roxanna Martel. 268 Organizations QS?- Q Fha 3 .3 ',' ,, Q 1, V W. 'T 'i ' - 'ru -if 'A ' N 'r' '12 ,"w?wQap1i1 g,9w. w if , . Q. . , go , ,,- if up ' -ug. '91- ' ' ' l 'FK k "" W , il, 4 1. '1 'Q Z," ffl f l 5, K ' ,- K 'Ak L,53?f','- :W V -.., '- X". If 1- M "W ..,+-24. ,,g. MIA , J ff., f, 7 ,JI W N- L ' " ff,,A,i 1 af Lifm sq -., . a.: - ff , 4 rf wh Q . " gm-,5 Qu' 8:1 ki' 'tiff 5 x" h x ' .-'.-- , -.v af' w- , , K ac" .Q A f . .' 9" Qu' , 1 'A' MQ A 1' .-Y v J--Z A I 6, x ff.: 15' -M 411,-2 xi: ,. M 3 Q 1... 1 gigs ,fi 11. Q .755 gif' I ,M wwf A 1 5-2 S ,-',,i- gy A 1 T Roxanna Martel has that Spartan spirit. Michelle Lipscombe Angie Thompson, TaQuita Dansby, Janice Bradley, and Michcll Lipscomb watch the J .V. basketball team warm up. J.V. cheerleaders are up with a little help from their friends. 270 Organizations Melissa Dorrough I V ,M ,.,x 3 Q, . ' ,liz i t QQ ' 1' ,,' ' fb 7, i W 6'3'w-,ff , V1 V, ', 1-la'-M' I ' Ronda Jackson Melinda Paiz J .V. cheerleaders perform at the pep assembly to "Nasty Rock." i z Angie Thompson cheers on the J.V. basketball team. Melissa Dorrough and Hope Haynes chant the J.V. basketball team to another win. A1996 W-I if pf' Ronda Jackson knows "who's gonna win!" Organizations 271 272 Organizations Janice Bradley TaQuita Dansby Pep rallies always amaze Michelle Lipscombe and Melinda Pa Mary Tierney and Pam Titus cheer at the .l.V. pep assembly. Hope Haynes Mary Tierney 15 J 5 34' ,f . ,Hy TaQuita Dansby enjoys being a J.V. cheerleader. I X. . ii ' 13 5 .5 s ii ' ': X ex Q Ast! .M at 4 .f N,- .W f as as Wk X l .w "Zero, one, two " JV know what to do. , ffylqm W is if cheerleaders J.V. cheerleaders are always ready to cheer. Janice Bradley says, "We've got Spirit, yes we do!" Roxanna Martel Organizations 273 Officers Secretary - Molly Yandell, Art Director - Sandra Doughty, Treasurer - Shannon Roberts, Vice- President - Stephanie Coates, President - Tammy Coates. Sponsors: Ms. Judy Serpas and Ms. Pam Arthur. The Blue Jackets, one of the largest organizations at Samuell, consisted of one hundred spirited girls. These girls promoted school spirit and spread enthusiasm throughout the school. Blue Jackets attended all varsity football games and performed a card show during half time. They selected and presented the player of the week at each pep assembly. They also per- 274 Organizations Blue Jackets raise spirit formed a pom pom routine to "Centerfold" during the South Oak Cliff assembly. They decorated the halls for Homecoming and had a banquet in the spring. Ms. Arthur and Ms. Serpas were this year's sponsors. Matt Lindsey, Mike Merimon, Carl Henderson and Joe Guerra were the student directors. Diane Rodriguez performs to "Centerfold" in the S.O.C. pep assembly. Row G: Monica Crawford, T Stephanie Coleman, Yolanda McCoy. "Coke is it" for Julie Todoroff. -was its XSS T . Q'-T-."n,, 5"-1 QPU'-ru ,NL f ,qi bmi, , Row E: Crissy Ortiz, Loretta Grimes, Cristal Miles, Jennifer Graham, Laura Powell, Deanna Floyce Whitehead and Sandra Morrison Brown, Missy Braswell. decorate their hall for Homecoming 1983. 'Dau MCCOWH, Casfandfa Crowe- Rhonda Beffyhmv Row C: Sherri Davidson, Pam Martin, Michelle Baskin, Bertha Taylor, Dottie Bellah, Cyn- Smlth, Bfandle Hulletlv Rohm Dean and Tonya thia Aynes, Tracy Shupak, Amber White, Elvira Otis, Cathy Miller, Shannon Julsen. Row H: Michele Prater, Pamela Garrett, Melissa Wrye, Melida Perez, Nancy Goans, Bonnie Christie Bevill, Shannon Killebrew, and Sandy Staab Niccolls, Leslie Jackson, Diane Rodriguez, Iris Steward, Dorothy Wooten. think that three heads are better than one. Organizations 275 ,muon Molly Yandell and Shannon Roberts Row F: Mahlon Smith, Rhonda Miller, Sandy Staab, Cynthia Espinoza, Shannon Killebrew, pledge their loyalty to the Blue Jackets. Julie Todoroff, Sheila Brisendine, Christie Bevill, Lisa Braswell, Cyndi Gibbs. ,tgirl Row B: Brenda Billings, Jamie Norris, Janelle Henderson, Annette Kent, Lisa Krannich, Blue Jackets, Elvira Otis, Michelle Pier- Janice Ward, Lisa Hall, Kim Williams, Kenetha Lewis, Sherri Wafford, Sandra Usrey. son, Lisa Krannich, and Monica Hamilton are ready. -get we K. Tonya McCoy, Cassie Crowe, Terry McCown, Rhon- Row D: Donna Birdwell, Karen Nichols, Belinda Mays, Michelle Wilson, Tina Smith, Angie da Berryhill, Brandie Hullett and Stephanie Coleman Prince, Jana Langston, Tracey Long, Shannon Shaw. have got that Homecoming spirit. 276 OrganiZations Jennifer Graham, Cyndi Gibbs, Laura Powell, and Rhonda Miller enjoy their feast after halftime. ree,, V.- The Blue Jackets cry their love for Samuell High. W Vgg' ?: ' fn Q 121. 1 ., J l af Row A: Priscilla Hope, Michelle Pierson, Kathy Tulley, Sally VanSyckle, Monica Hamilton, Ruth Ann Smith, Toni Boland, Floyce Whitehead, Shannon Benett, Sandra Morrison. Stephanie Coates directs the halftime card show Blue Jackets help pep up spirit in the Skyline pep assembly. Mary Clancy and Shelley Collier get a lit- tle help from a future Blue Jacket. Organizations 277 Starlets kick it up Being a member of the drill team took a great deal of discipline and dedication. The drill practiced long hours, coming early in the morning to learn and perfect routines which they per- formed at football games, basket- ball games, and pep assemblies. This group attended the American Drill Team School at S.M.U. July 5th through the Sth. They won fifty-one individual rib- bons and a first division trophy in dance, the Gussie Nell Davis Award, and the choreographers award. Captain, Kelley Maurer, won two individual trophies for outstanding dance and marching. June 6th through 10th the officers attended Superstar camp at S.M.U. These girls won thirty in- dividual ribbons. Kelley Maurer was chosen as a member of the All 1 Sponsor: Ms. Debbie Phelps Lynd Organizations American Drill Team, and Sheryl Scott was chosen as a member of Who's Who in American Drill Teams. During the Thanksgiving holidays both girls performed at a Maverick basketball game. The Starlets presented Starlets on Broadway on January 27th. They also competed in a Miss Texas Drill Team competition on February 11th, where they were awarded a trophy for their military routine to "Eye of the Tiger." Over spring break, March 24th through 29th, the Starlets went to a competition in Purgatory, Col- orado. They enjoyed the competi- tion as well as the beautiful snow and the chance to ski. The Starlets were under the leadership and guidance of Ms. Lynd. Tammy Ledyard, Lara Moore, and Kimber Sanders march down the steps for the Highland Park halftime performance. Q . 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" " Q M , Q U Jw Karen Wright Organizations 281 Shelly Reed, Lori Brisendine, and Sandy Gibson believe in keeping warm at the Highland Park game. F l l Lisa Serpas, Tierney Hopkins, DeAnn Woodruff, Marietta Watson, D Q D. Hicks, and Lisa Lockmiller could open their own flower shop after Homecoming. 1 Executive Council: Front Row - Lisa Serpas, Rhonda Lindsey, Marietta Watson, Andrea Shultz, Sherri Sims, and Lisa Serpas warm up after DeAnn Woodruff. Back Row - Ms. Lynd, Kelley Maurer, Kimber Sanders, Sheryl halftime with hot chocolate. Scott, Lynn Bridges, Kim Crawford. 282 Organizations W .-P r- 7 new A " I 1' L E 3 "J 254 '41 -' ' sry' - I J 0. 2 K' 'S A I " ' , 3 ' My Mira. as uv Q , ,. wg FPR' r af Q 415 -C 'gr ' ff' Z ' Wfffflf' i . 'f , ' F gf X I ' eg? .MQ ml fr V I 2 4' , f ' A . . , Qi , 2 , A , ,F Wee , ,J at A W? f 'ff'-s. Lynn Bridges keeps a watchful eye out for Shawn Newsome "Who Can It Be Now" for Verita James. Sheryl Seen Presents Rhonda Lindsey The Starlets scream and yell for the mighty Spartan team. with a flower for Starlet of the Week. Seniors: Rhonda Lindsey, DeAnn Woodruff, Marietta Watson, Lisa Serpas, Karen Wright, Lynn Bridges, Sheryl Scott, Kelley Maurer, Kimber Sanders, Kim Crawford. Organizations 283 Juniors: Front Row - Monya Mathis, Andrea Shultz, Mandy Byrd, Renee Manes, Jill Tucker, Phyllis Brown, Kristi Stout. Back Row - Sherri Sims, D. D. Hicks,Sherry , ' , ' ' , ' ' , ' ' ' Dollgener Tammy Vail Lisa Lockmiller Kim P1tts Tierney Hopkins, Verita James, Barbra Greg g. X tr W E , , W e i 1 Q S an 151 -x. kt L Sherry Dollgener, Denise Tribe, Mandy Byrd, and Karen Wright give the Spartans a Hallo- Kim Crawford catches shock treatment at ween "thrill" the Skyline basketball game. .AX i i Ffh new ----, ,Ie-X, - 'ii' A- .. il , . A- - y,..f:.: Q . 5 g ' . - IRQ. ef. i K -A K it .:i, , 1-1 K ' -f The Starlets perform to "Eye of the Tiger" at the South Garland game. W gsm my 284 Organizations r V Q f Kimber Sanders announces the Starlet of Visions of the half time performance dance ' M the Week, Karen Wright. in Kelley aurer's head. Starlets practice the finale for Starlets On Broadway. Sophomoresz Michelle Young, Denise Tribe, Cherry Brown, Lara Moore, Tammy Ledyard, Sabrina Thompson. ' 1 YZ ii f Starlet of the Week, Phyllis Brown, is con- gratulated by Kim Pitts. l Managers: Lori Brisendine, Sandy Gibson, Shelly Reed. Organizations 285 at E 5 2 If v 31 4 3 2 Do-ra-me-fa-so-la-ti-do Mr. Crook and the concert choir put a lot of time and effort into making their performances perfect. They practiced third and fourth period, as well as after school. During the fall semester, the choir members prepared for Razz-Ma-Tazz, all region choir auditions, and the Holiday Festival. In the spring the choir practiced many hours for solo and ensemble contest and the annual DISD and UIL Choir contest. On February 21st, Samuell had the honor of hosting the DISD Choir COHLCSI. The choir sang some very difficult numbers in- cluding "Lacrymosa," a selection from Mozarts, and "Requiem" and "Sing Unto God" by Paul Feter. The highlight of the year occurred in April with the presentation of the musical, Once Upon A Mattress. During the year the choir performed for various churches. The year ended with performances at the Spring Festival, baccalaureate and commencement. The Concert Choir opens Razz-Ma-Tazz with "Puttin' on the Ritz." Trisha Toole tunes in her music. Stacy Chapman, Kim Coburn, Kevin Miles, Craig Mr. Crook pitches in to get Curtis Miller, Steve Barger, Kirk Buchanan, Craig Golden Golden, and Mark Woody are the distinguished Mark Woody, and Bill McCarter on the right pitch. members ofthe All-Region Choir. 286 Organizations Front row: .lill Tucker, Kim Coburn, Monya Mathis, Mary Williams, Deborah Wrye, Renee Brown, Kelley Westbrook, Barbra Gregg, Leticia Hernandez, Tammy Ledyard, Molly Yandell, Sandy Gibson, Tammy McHone, Lara Moore, Thea Sneed, Lori Brisendine. Row 2: Lisa Hoppert, Sherry Dollgener, Irma Ramirez, Lynn Bridges, Robin Dean, Melissa Carol, Shawn Webb, Glenn Stone, Terry Carol, Kevin Miles, Robert Caldwell, Sandi Dreer, Kim Pitts, Ramona Leaks, Cathy Huey, Tamla Jaggers. Row 3: Marietta Watson, Brenda Williams, Sabrina Thompson, Kristi Stout, Teresa Rawls, Bill Lindley, Robby Stokes, Craig Golden, Stacy Chapman, Jeff Mann, Ricky Martin, Scot Chapman, Curtis Miller, Teresa Winters, Sherian Espinoza, DeLynn Loy, Kim Fredrick, DeAnn Woodruff. Row 4: Tammy Davenport, Beth Hairgrove, Wendy Reed, Jennifer Coffman, Ronald Stout, Mark Woody, Kirk Buchanan, Mike Wallace, Mark White, Steve Barger, Joel Ballew, Bill McCarter, Jeff Boyd, Mandy Byrd, Sheryl Scott, Trisha Toole, Kelley Maurer. Melissa Carol and Monya Ma'-his take 3 The girls in fourth period choir "Sing Unto God." break from hosting the UIL Choir Contest. SCOA - Front Row: Glenn Stone, Ricky Martin, Terry Carol, Shawn Webb, Bill Lindley. Row 2: Kirk Buchanan, Mark Woody, Jeff Mann, Scot Chapman, Steve Barger, Robert Caldwell, Mark White, Joel Ballew. Row 3: Kevin Miles, Carig Colden, Robby Stokes, Ronald Stout, Curtis Miller, Jeff Boyd, Bill McCarter, Mike Wallace, Stacy Chapman. i t - . 1:6 'M It is 3 , - at x ' 1, Q5 ,f Q lu o E X- . wk 'Y In , GFX. Qt 1' WNMM.. sf .,,... ,W ..... M -- V .M Officers Lisa Hoppert and Craig Golden always stand behind and support Mr. THIRD PERIOD OFFICERS - DeAnn Woodruff, Renee Brown, Crook, Lynn Bridges, Mandy Byrd, Sherry Dollgener, Sherian Espinoza, 288 Organizations Barbra Gregg. together. The girls get the Texas twang out of their voices with a new breathing exercise. Mark Woody, Trisha Toole, Craig Golden, Beth Hairgrove, and Kevin Miles always stick Kirk Buchanan is a piano man. 'Hb . if .ie Choir hits a high note for Cathy Huey, Monya Mathis and Lynn Bridges. ,s,,,.,,wNu. A aww i Mandy Byrd, Jennifer Coffman and Kelley Westbrook find sight- FOURTH PERIOD OFFICERS - Lisa Hoppert, Craig Golden, Kelley reading difficult. Maurer, Sheryl Scott, Melissa Carol, Ramona Leaks, Trisha Toole. Organizations 289 wif' A J - Beth Hairgrove and James Lyles are lost without each other. Kirk Buchanan knows that being the alternate isn't Am" to The JESTERS! are "Starmakers at Music On Stage The J ESTERS! - "Starmakers,, The JESTERS! was an elite singing group selected by audi- tions. This year the group per- formed at the Christmas festival at the DeGoyler Estate, a Rotary Club meeting, the DISD Student Teacher Association, and the Delta Kappa Gamma organiza- tion. In addition to those perfor- mances, they also sang for churches and the various variety shows including Razz-Ma-Tazz, Music On Stage, the Holiday Festival and the Spring Festival. Thursday May 10th at 7:30 the JESTERS! held their annual 290 Organizations variety show which featured the group performing their regular show with the addition of solos, duets, and the announcement of the 1985 JESTERS! This dedicated and highly talented group was under the direction of Mr. Crook. The of- ficers were President - Bill Lindley, Vice-President - Jeff Boyd, Secretary - Stacy Chap- man, Treasurer - Tamla Jag- gcrs, Librarian - Beth Hairgrove, and Historian - Marietta Watson. E - Marietta Watson sings "Here l S Jill Tucker tells Kevin Miles he Craig Golden. should hear what she says K . K.. l - Trisha Toole and Jeff Boyd are ready for "Another Openin'." E - Bill Lindley likes to follow in the steps of Kimber Sanders. , M , ,,i- . g ,M .yn ' " . I The 1983-1984 JESTERS! Jeff Boyd, James Lyles, and Bill Lindley watch all the girls go by. as A .- I R - Kim Coburn and Rob Stokes sing cheek to cheek. Marietta Watson, Beth Hairgrove, Jill Tucker and Lisa Hoppert are waiting on the corner. S - Stacy Chapman is tired of hearing Tamla Jaggers "talk, talk, talk . . ." Organizations 291 Choirs hit a happy note There were twenty two members of the freshman mixed choir. The choir consisted of freshman girls and boys. In the treble choir there were fifteen freshman and sophomore girls. Both groups performed at the Holiday Festival and the Spring Festival. Many students also par- ticipated in the Solo and Ensem- ble Contests during February and April. Mr. Crook was the director of these choirs. ae, Y. , Veronica Williams, LaRonda Reeves, and Belinda Mays listen intently to Mr. Crook's directions. The Treble Choir: Front Row - Candis Flener, Dorothy Wooten, Michelle Lamay Annette Kent, Sherri Wafford, Pam Kellum. Back Row - Michele Prater Belinda Flores, Tina Smith, Wendy Dockins. 292 Organizations Mr. Crook gives his lively directions to the treble choir. E l 1 ! The Mixed Choir: Front Row - Missi Braswell, LaRonda Reeves, Cyndi Gibbs, Cynthia Espinoza, Deanna Brown, Leticia Martinez, Lisa Braswell, Row 2: Laura Powell, Jamie Norris, Robin Becker, Veronica Williams, Carrie Thomas, Belinda Mays. Back Row: Rodger Fortner, Corey Hawthorne, Billy Robinson, Lester Richard, Michael Turner, Scott Beam. J. R. Parham rehearses with David Miller for Dracula. P L Karen Carder: Best Actress Thespians have acting in their blood Thespians was an international society dedicated to the advance- ment of theater in the high school. There were fifty three members in the organization made up of most- ly juniors and seniors. This group practiced long hours after school, at night and during class time to perfect the two major plays they presented this year. David Miller: Best Actor Their first play was Dracula which was presented on November 17th and 18th. Bus Stop was their second major pro- duction which was presented on April 12th, 13th, and 14th. Bus Stop was also the play presented at the UIL one act play contest. The Thespians director was Mr. Morrow. Ronald Stout: Best Thespian and Best Theater Technician Troupe 1087 - Front Row: Michael Clark, Sun Lim, Tammy McHone, Wendy Reed, Jill Tucker, Sherry Dollgener, Kristi Stout, Dottie Bellah, Jason Penland, Matt Lindsey. Row 2: Rudy Lopez, Kenneth Langreder, Marty Warren, Levi Randolph, Barbi Blanch, Teresa Winters Lara Moore, Sandy Gibson, Sabrina Thompson, Jerry Lisenbe. Row 3: Richard Love, Karen Carder, Teresa Rawls, Kim Yates, Jennifer Coff- man, Lisa Hoppert, Jeff Mann, Mr. Morrow. Row 4: Sandi Dreer, Brenda Williams, Mary Tierney, J. R. Parham, Mary Key, Randall Green David Miller. Back Row: Todd Murray, Stacy Chapman, Ronald Stout, Bill Lindley, Gerald Ford, Kelley Maurer, Curtis Miller, Sheryl Scott. Organizations 293 First Year Thespians: Front Row - Richard Love, Marty Warren, Barbi Blanch, Dottie Bellah. Row 2 - Matt Lindsey, Todd Mur- ray, Levi Randolph, Rudy Lopez. Back Row J Michael Clark, Sun Lim, Kenneth Langreder, Jason Penland. Second Year Thepsians: Front Row - Tammy McHone, Wendy Reed. Back Row - Lara Moore, Sandy Gibson, Brenda Williams, Jeff Mann, Sabrina Thompson, Teresa Winters. Best Supporting Actor - Kenneth Outstanding Comic Actor and Actress - Best Supporting Actress - Mary Tierney Langreder Randall Green, Shannon Crouch ,: -,-, 'P .E V- ,.-:, X X Wg., ,W Outstanding 4th, 3rd, 2nd Year Thespians: Sandi Dreer, Gerald Ford, Tammy McHone. 294 Organizations New Lifetime International Thespians: Front Row - Rhonda Pat- terson, Gerald Ford, Mary Tierney. Back Row - Kenneth Langreder, Levi Randolph, Jerry Lisenbe, Matt Lindsey, Third Year Thespians: Front Row - Jill Tucker. Row 2 - Jerry Lisenbe, Karen Carder, Sherry Dollgener, Gerald Ford, Kristi Stout. Row 3 - Kim Yates, Mary Tierney, Teresa Rawls, Back Row - Ronald Stout, Stacy Chapman, Curtis Miller. First Year Thespians Michelle Cassie Crowe Rudy Lopez Barbl Jason Penland International Thespians: Front Row - Stacy Chapman, Kim Yates, Karen Carder, Sheryl Scott, Bill Lindley, Kristi Stout, Teresa Rawls, Jennifer Coffman. Row 2 - Lara Moore, Ronald Stout, Sandi Dreer, Kelley Maurer, Lisa Hoppert, Randall Green. Back Row-Teresa Winters, J. R. Parham, Curtis Miller, David Miller. Most Promising Actor and Actress: Jerry Lisenbe, Teresa Winters. Fourth Year Thespians: Front Row - Mary Key, Randall Green, Lisa Hoppert, Jennifer Coffman. Back Row - Sandi Dreer, Kelley Maurer, Sheryl Scott, Bill Lindley, J. R. Parham, David Miller. Most Improved Actor and Actress: Levi Randolph, Rhonda Patterson, J. R. Parham. The Thespian Officers: Rhoda Patterson, treasurer, J. R. Parham, sergeant-ab arms, Ronald Stout, vice-president: David Miller, president, Karen Carder secretary. Organizations 295 se FHA - All -4 one Future Homemakers of American was a nationwide group that taught students the basics of maintaining a home. The first, second, third and fourth chapters were all involved in various ac- tivities throughout the year. Each chapter observed vocational education week February 13th through February 17th. Each chapter had a very active year. The first chapter of FHA was sponsored by Ms. Fanner. This group participated in activities such as the installation ceremony, three field trips, and they attend- ed the city-wide meeting. They also held a mock-wedding and wore ribbons to indicate FHA week. The second chapter of FHA was sponsored by Ms. Yater. The members of this chapter held fund raisers for Cystic Fibrosis where they sold pickles and Spartan caps. They held a Christmas party for the four year olds from Little Folks Child Care Center. They at- tended the March of Dimes Peer Education Conference and the State FHA Convention in San Antonio. Ms. Tucker was the sponsor of the third chapter of FHA. The members were involved in various fund raisers throughout the year. During the week of vocational education week, they informed students of the history of FHA over the public address system. They had sessions with guest speakers on various careers. The fourth chapter of FHA was sponsored by Ms. Armstrong. The students held workshops for the special education classes and sponsored a can good collection. They sold cookbooks as their fund raiser and held a poster con- test. They also participated in leadership training sessions and had various guest speakers. an s Debra Henries and Linda Medrano burn fabric in the fiber lab. 296 Organizations Tracy Knight decorates her baby egg in child development class. Tierney Hopkins and Kandy Herring enjoy the reception after the installation of officers. Stella Bagley gives a speech in the officer workshop. Chapter l - Front Row: Monica Brown, Karla Littrell, Belinda Russell, Gloria Cruz, Karen Jeffrey, Yvonne Blunt, Lisa Lockmiller, Tina Benoit, Melinda Paiz, Kedra Moore. Row 2: Michelle Byers, Stella Bagley, Jerri Dandridge, Carol Walton, Judy Gatewood, Beth Rener, Thea Sneed, Richard Lovell, Lori Brisendine. Row 3: Ms. Fanner, Melissa Moore, Sekitha Spencer, JoAnn Love, Anna Martinez, Gerald Freeman, Verma Henyard, Kandy Herring, DeAnn Woodruff, Toni Boland. Row 4: Angela Paige, Ramona Leaks, Patricia Mudgett, Leontyne Smith, Reginald White, Cheryl Warren, Daron Black, Jimmy Owens, Ida Martin. Row 5: Gina Watkins, Phyliss Mayers, Mike Wallace, Sonji Woods, Tina Taylor, Toi Haynes, Pamela Cornish, Kay Moss, Stephanye Vinson, Theodore Ridge, Brad Turner. Back Row: Ronnie Chancellor, Kevin Garner, Denise Williams, Rodney Hoard, Darrell Harrison, Adolphus Maloy, Douglas Edwards, Lydia Norris, David Askew, Charles Rhynes. Chapter 2 - Front Row: Sharon Serrata, Tina Benoit, Michelle Bedford, Carol Walton, Judy Gatewood, Darita Pool, Terri Bergeaux, Melinda Paiz, Lori Cox. Row 2: Kandy Herring, Tierney Hopkins, Cherry Borwn, Barbi Blanch, Sheila Smith, Jackie Davis, Belinda Russell, Renee Manes, Marlene Montalvo, Ms. Yater. Row 3: Beth Billings, Andrea Shutlz, Jennifer Coffman, Darlene Cunha, David Fitzgerald, Pam Harris, Patricia Causey, Kim Crawford, Lisa Hall. Row 4: Fructuoso Garcia, Yolanda Crear, Sherry Dollgener, Kim Pitts, Bertha Taylor, Lisa Whitehead, Cheryl Warren, Jackie Whitaker, Lana Burkett, Kay Moss. Row 5: Wallace Maloney, Ronnie Long, Richard Love, Debra Peavy, Vickie Cleveland, Sylvia Jenkins, Stephanye Vinson, Angela Paige, Scott Harper. Back Row: Angie Thompson, Pamela Cornish, David Hig- ginbotham, Johnny Barfield, Tim Johnson, Pino Burns, Darrell Harrison, Adolphus Maloy, David Askew, Dave Lane, Craig Stephenson. Organizations 297 Chapter 3 - Front Row: Laronda Reeves, Andrea Washington, Beverly Owens, Mahlon Smith, Michelle Byers, Kristie Parris, Felicia Woods, Janet King, Jennae Brown, Leticia Martinez. Row 2: Renay Castaneda, Karla Boyd, Jerri Dandridge, Julie Todoroff, Debra Athey, Wen Jackson, Karla Littrell, Lacey Clay, Cherrie Vanderslice, Bridget Donahue, Karen Jeffrey, Charlotte Houston. Row 3: Denise Tribe, Windifer Mays, Shannon Killebrew, Christie Bevill, Andrea Shultz, Tammy Vail, Shelly Reed, Stella Bagley, Greta Jackson, Leticia Hernandez. Row 4: Pamela McCoy, Jamie Jackson, Lisa Whitehead, Jackie Davis, Lisa Hall, Tammy Coates, Tina Smith, Fonda Boyd, Katrina Ellis, Sherri David. Row 5: Kevin Brinkley, Stephanie Coates, Kim Yates, Sylvia Jenkins, Angie Thompson, Eric Lennox, Phyliss Mayers, Amy Young, Michelle Cooley. Back Row: Ms. Tucker, Verma Henyrad, Pamela Cornish, Tonya Starks, Rodney Hoard, Darrell Harrison, Tonya Culton, Rhonda Rosemond, Tim Johnson, Denise Williams. Chapter 4 - Front Row: Quincy Williams, Monica Brown, LaDonna Norris, Erica Williams, Ronda Jackson, Tina Benoit, Melissa Dorrough, Yvonne Blunt, Norma Hernandez, Kathy Spears, Ms. Armstrong. Row 2: Elizabeth Williams, Kai Lewis, Katrina Ellis, Vickie Browning, Kandy Herring, Emilio Gonzalez, Lisa Whitehead, Rita Marsh, Melissa Smith. Row 3: JoAnn Love, Tracey Poole, Karie Peek, Linda Ivy, Cheryle Macon, Renina Torain, Amber White, Irma Gonzales, Donovan Tanner, Gerald Ford, Row 4: Tasha Stinson, Cheryl Warren, Tammy Davenport, Nick Ramirez, Patrice Wilson, Jacquelyn Whitaker, Tom Stuart. Back Row: Casey Carney, Derrick Fort, Troy Hultsman, Susan Briggs, Cherri Doughty, Shannon Shaw, Pam Garrett, Ramona Leaks. 298 Organizations 5 if . f " fy Lsmfu FHA members recite the preamble during a workshop. Natalie Deffybeffy CFUOYS learning about the family. sf 5 V..i1 .. 1, v ' 1 ,.,r,.,, 'i.. f if . 1 ' ma, , -. ' i s T a ' T' . , N ia.. r' "1 FHA officers participate in the installation service. Kathy Spears, Maria Sands. Terri Bergeaux, and Laronda Reeves discuss manners. 1 3-my d .Q-We ,If , ,. Sm. W. Robert Benoit, Ms. Fanner, Tina Jones, and Lisa Hall discuss marriage. Donovan Tanner uses what he learned in the leadership training sessions. Organizations 299 DECA students participated in many activities. The activities in- cluded the employer-employee banquet which was held April 10th, the Northwood Institute DECA Day on January 25th, the Ft. Worth state conference held October 28th through 30th and the Area 2 DECA conference which was held February 17th Q .,-2. -ts K' Ronda Kuykendall, Kathy Black, Alison Terry and Trisha Thomas wait to see who the new DECA of- ficers will be. Ms. Stratton, the DECA advisor, loves the flowers she received at the installation. 300 Organizations DECA pa s off and 18th in San Antonio. For the seventh year DECA members have given a party for the children at the Marillac Center in West Dallas. Each DECA member took his adopted child for the day on a shopping spree and then back to school for a party. 'o ff xx ' 'wx f 50 ima- 'V X liz 6 S 'lf x ff xi 0 or .L- '-N,,',-'N p4""s..,,x The 1983-1984 DECA officers are Secretary - Maria Reyes, Vice-President - Zach Smith, President f Amy Mankin, Chaplain - Alison Terry and Historian - Trisha Thomas. N ttttrrr - Amy Mankin and Alison Terry greet Mr. Rollings at the installation dinner. QW Earl Marett and Tim Verdell work hard during DE class. Tracy Knight shows off her Christmas presents after the Christmas lunch at El Fenix. Kristi Humphrey watches as other Michael Garrett, Tim Verdell and Nylonda White wait to greet the guests at the installation students receive their manicures. dinner. A Zach Smith, Amy Mankin, Maria Reyes and Alison Terry enjoy a moment of rest at the i Southern Region Leadership Conference in Fort Worth. Maria Reyes campaigns for secretary of DECA. Organizations 301 Maria Reyes, Amy Mankin, and Alison Terry spend most of their time at the Southern Region Conference making friends on the phone. installation over. Sabrena Armstrong brings joy to a child. ff' Tracy Knight, Maria Reyes, Nylonda White, and Tim Verdell makes friends, wherever he Tim Verdell are all smiles after the Christmas lunch. goes. 302 Organizations Elaine Swann is certainly happy to see the Kathy Black and Tracy Knight become close friends because of their employment with Lerners. If 2 E g 1 if 951922, Mr. Shelley tells Santa what he wants for Christmas. Matt Robinson hates being forced to have a manicure. i '-ig Teresa Rawls reassures her friend. ' Trisha Thomas thinks kids arejust great. Ronda Kuykendall helps a little boy select just the right present. two. Kristi Humphrey has her hands full with Matt Robinson and his friend are anxious to star' their shopping spree. Sherri Godbey makes a new friend. Kathy Black shares the children's joy of Christmas V E lt looks like Tammy Stringer has become "Miss Sandman." Organizations 303 DeAnna Ramer has a great time at Nor- thwood Institute on DECA day. Carlos Trevino and Ronda Kuykendall wait for their turn at the Area 2 COC at the North Park Inn. Elaine Swann seems to have lost her way. Ronda Kuykendall thinks the Conference is serious business. 304 Organizations Carlos Trevino displays his plaque for winning in the food marketing series event at area 2 DECA conference. Ricky Breazeale, Matt Robinson, Ms. Stratton, Earl Marett, and Carlos Trevino take a break at Northwood Institute. Stephen McGowan and Zach Smith walk proud at the Area 2 DECA Conference. Mrs. Stratton enjoys the Area 2 DECA Conference. Nylonda White, Sabrena Armstrong, Maria Reyes, Elaine Swann, Tracy Farrell, Ronda Kuykendall, Kathy Black and Trisha Thomas are the "good looking" Samuell gals that com- peted for awards at Northwood Institute. s l Ricky Breazeale wins three hundred dollars for the Coca Cola Free Enterprise award. Carlos Trevmo and Amy Mankin enjoy the hot weather in San Antonio during the state Amy Mankin looks happy after winning one thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. X S . E t l l Amy Mankin and Carlos Trevino find that the DECA conference can be dangerous. 3, an . 'YL-. in- 1 , V as The stage is set for Samucll s wmners at Amy Mankin, Carlos Trevino, and Alison Terry rest beside the San Antonio river walk. Organizations 305 The students in the Home Economics Cooperative Education class attended school half a day and worked the other half in a variety of fields. Students were employed as child care aides, clothing assistants, fashion coor- dinators, floral designers, food service employees, companions for the elderly, consumer aides, home HERO saves the day furnishing aides and housekeeping assistants. All HECE students participate in the HERO club. They performed special projects for the students' employers. The employers were honored at the end of the year. The sponsor of l-IECE was Ms. Brown. if Kim Grimes, Ms. Stratton, Cassandra Rhodes, and Tyne Smith enjoy a Christmas luncheon at Bennigan's at the Galleria. 1 DONNER Tyne Smith, Kim Thomas, Kim Grimes, Robin Miller Angela Watson, and Cassandra Rhodes believe in Steve "Santa" Crawford. 306 Organizations Joe Guerra makes Halloween special for a visitor from Briggs Street Day Care. Wm HERO I Sitting: Cassandra Rhodes, Pearl Villarreal, Tammy Suiter. Kneeling: Teresa Walton, Kim Thomas, Peggy Mitchell, Kim Grimes, Heather McPherson, Joe Guerra. Standing: Fonda Clay, Sandra Adams, Cheryle Macon, Tyne Smith, Mary McCoy, Paige McLemee. KV t P L.,g pf . ?.f a w f ,Q 55,3 fn, if l Q 1. ,Q ts A or Qff, K if - 'L'W ' XX, ,5 . ,, ..,. ,KX 4 Gary Hatfield, James Bailey, and Brax Hawkins are HECE II's favorite men. HERO II Officers - Kneeling: James Bailey. Standing: Karla Moses, Robin Miller, Gary Hatfield, Brax Hawkins, Camille Stone, Robyn Staley. HERO II - Kneeling: Sherry McClung, James Bailey, Angela Watson. Standing: Karla Moses, Robin Miller, Gary Hatfield, Brax Hawkins, Camille Stone, Robyn Staley. HERO I Officers - Kneeling: Joe Guerra, Cassandra Rhodes, Pearl Villar real, Tammy Suiter. Standing: Ms. Brown, Kim Thomas, Kim Grimes, Peggy Mitchell, Teresa Walton, Heather McPherson. L Kim Grimes watches Cassandra Rhodes get a facial from former HECE student, Kim Edwards. Organizations 307 J. D. Points Coach 8L Carriage Steve Crawford Front Row:-Joe Feagin, Jose Ibanez, Scotty Scott, Robert Benoit, Ray Cantwell. Row 2: Jeff Tinkefs Machine Shop Lofton, Lowell Gifford, Marty Hulsey, Rhonda Rust. Row 3: Ruben Trevino, J. D. Points, Randy Terry, Steve Crawford, Jeffery Lea. Back Row: Steve Wood, Mike White, Joel McGahey, Mr. McRae, Kenneth Tamez. VICA Working up a storm The Industrial Cooperative Training program trained students for jobs in industrial corperations or skilled trades. To be eligible for this program a stu- dent had to be a junior or senior, sixteen years old or older and must have completed an application. There were twenty-two students enrolled in the industrial education program. These students had opportunities to develop their leadership through participation in the Vocational In- dustrial Clubs of America. Activities included a Christmas party for the special education classes at Titche Elementary School. Conserve Dallas was a pro- gram that VICA students were involved in. This pro- gram gave them an opportunity to help the communi- ty. They reparied and weatherized homes for the elderly and invalids. Mr. McRae sponsored VICA. Officers -- Kenneth Tamez, Randy Terry, Steve Crawford, Scotty Scott, J. D. Points,Jeffery Lea, Joel McGahey. 308 Organizations Jeffery Lea Joe Feagin Scotty Scott Joel McGahey Charles Lea Construction Apex Plumbing Supply Rylie Auto Parts Millco Interiors Marty Hulsey Lowell Gifford Randy Terry Jose Ibanez Payne 8L Sons Auto Body Germany Carpets Terry's Transmissions Coach 8: Carriage Ray Cantwell Ruben Trevino Robert Benoit Steve Wood Ken's Groom 84 Son White's Auto Best Imports Jim Tuite Electrical Supply Jeff Lofton ' Mike White Kenneth Tamez Rhonda Rust E 8L L Service Mike's Radiator Shop OrvilIe's Machine Shop Wire Forms Inc. 'Organizations 309 CEA I works 12:00 to 4:00 Vocational Office Education was a joint effort between the DISD and the local businesses to provide on-the-job- training opportunities for junior and senior students. For at least four hours a day, the student worked in a paid regular job at a business establishment under the supervision of an experienced office employee. The junior or senior student also attended school part time to complete graduation requirements and to take a related office education class. Careers existed for persons who liked to deal with people, as well as for those who would rather work by themselves in a file room or word processing center. There were careers for individuals who were mathematically inclined, enjoyed talking on the telephone or were in- terested in using machines. W. W. Samuell OEA I students par- ticipated in area contests sponsored by the Texas Education Agency and were involved in community service ac- tivities, The annual Employer- Employee luncheon was held in the spring. At that time, students and employers received certificates from the DISD. Field trips to companies to view various aspects of the working world were taken and guest speakers presented seminars on wardrobe plan- ning and human relations. Ms. Aicklen was the sponsor. YPA ' 'ifwaaf ! . Sherry Alexander BancTexas Dallas Gina Bandru Southwestern Life Insurance Front Row: .IoAnna Jones, Angela Morgan, Nicki Strange, Sheri Barnhart, Kristin Morris. Row 2: Robin Maxam, Darcus Hawthorne, Natalie Derryberry, Karla Thornton, Cindy Featherston, Cathy Huey, Gina Bandru, Jamie Cobb, Barbara Isaacs, Cecilia Cisneros, Sponsor - Ms. Aicklen. Row 3: Karen Wright, Sherry Alexander, Tammy Walters, Teresa Carter, Denise Black, Cyndi Hickman, Mary Wallace, Paula Barham. 310 Organizations wx f , IM if e X 1 vi V ,Q E mba , Paula Barham Sheri Barnhart Denise Black Dixie Bobien Teresa Carter SEDCO, Inc. Dr. Courtney Hodges, Southwestern Life DISD - Employee Pf0S,3nd Commas l DDS Secretarial and Answering Insurance Benefits S . ervice Cecilia Cisneros Natalie Derryberry Cindy Featherston Darcus Hawthorne Cathy Huey CDB Financial Inc. Dallas Water Utilities Clarke Checks Forester Answering Baylor Medical Center Service 1f'1f" W Barbara Isaacs Dallas Water Utilities Distribution Center ,X Karla Thornton lnterfirst Bank JoAnna Jones Gordon Jewelers l 'wx .K 1 5 H .YM ' Mary Wallace Southwestern Life Insurance Angela Morgan Kristin Morris Nicki Strange Dallas Water Utilities Texas Central Credit Dr. Joe Gorham, DDS Union Tammy Walters Karen Wright Robin Maxam Whitehall Group, lnc. Whitehall Group, lnc. Dallas Water Utilities A Distribution Center Organizations 31 l OEA II training for life The Office Education Association was a national organization that pro- moted leadership and citizenship. OEA helped students to develop leadership through group organization and gave students responsibilities that would en- courage growth in the world of work. It also provided social and educational values. OEA students participated in a wide range of activities including the Area Leadership Conference. The members Leticia Hernandez works on her typing speed. adopted a senior citizen for their yearly project. The highlights of the activities centered around Christmas, birthdays, holidays and Easter. Students pur- chased gift items for the senior citizens and delivered the items. They also sent flowers at Easter. Another special activity for the year was presenting stuffed animals to pa- tients at the Scottish Rite Hospital. The sponsor of OEA II was Ms. Daniels. Deb Pratt brushes up on her typing skills. Verita James calculates her losses. Wen Jackson looks inside her folder for to- day's schedule. K ji ,M , ,L gg, .. Front Row: Valerie Burks, Ronda Jackson, Erica Williams, Roxanna Martel, Donnetta Benson. Row 2: Shelley Collier, Ursula Ervin, Leticia Hernandez, Karen Gunstanson, Michelle Bedford, Wen Jackson, Melody Cullipher, Yulonda Smith. Row 3: Charlotte Hill, LaShun Wilson, Rodessie Pinnekins, Ferlinda McCullough, Jennifer Moore, Lisa Whitehead, Sharletta Haire, JoAnn Love, Sherri Sims. Back Row: Sponsor - Ms. Daniels, Latruneia Mitchell, Oteka Vaughn, Verita James, Sonja Martin, Denise Williams, Deb Pratt, Patricia Mudgett, Jacquelyn Whitaker, Verma Henyard. 3 l 2 Organizations Sherrin Cooper makes a presentation on Front Row: Sherrin Cooper, Shannon Sweek. Row 2: Tony Hughes, Holly Ellis, Rhonda Woodard, Lori Davidson, Jeff Tarver. Back VOCT provides experience. Coordinated Vocational Academic Education was a voca- tional program to prepare students for the world of work. In CVAE students trained for semi-skilled jobs that offered immediate employment and opportunities for skill development leading to ad- vancement. Assistant ground- skeeper,carpenter's assistant, child care aide, file clerk, sales assistant and stock assistant were some of the career opportunities available to the CVAE students. CVAE included a youth leader- ship organization called Vocational Opportunities Clubs of Texas. Students sponsored school and com- munity projects that improved the quality of life for all the par- ticipants. Ms. Sikes was the sponsor of VOCT. Front Row: Edric Bazan, Helen Lester. Frank Weiscnhunt, Sandra Washington, Brian interpersonalrelationship. Gu nes. Back Row: Brvan Hall Larr Neal Rick Liston, Darla Littrell, Cort Stilwell, y t . , y - y iM. . Sponsor s Sikes, Brvan Jones 2 'ea s?.' V . yy -,Sf 4 Row: Ricky McColl0m, Alton Folmar, Anthony Davis, Sponsor- Ms. Sikes, Gary Grimes, Allen Sample. Sandra Washinton, Helen Lcstcr, Darla Littrell, Ms. Sikes, and Bryan Jones listen to a classmates presentation. Organizations 313 The ROTC worked very hard this year to achieve its high standards of leadership develop- ment goals. ln class students were taught everything from self- discipline to the newest techniques of first aid. Extra-curricular activities in- cluded the rifle team and the boy's ft Color Guard: Jeffrey Tatum, Robert Burns, Greg McGinn, James Rhodes, David Sample. Gary Warren checks his staff, J.R. Parham, Calvin Ruble, and Rena McGhee. 314 Organizations ROTC presents arms and girl's drill teams. The ROTC participated in two parades, the Governor's Honor Guard, and they ushered at football games among other things. Inspection was held by the DAI on February l9th and by the AFI on March l9th. ROTC had a very successful year. Shauna Demond and Byron Griffing await the Inspector. -....,,,,, A Company - Front Row: Shauna Demond, Lonnie Duncan, Delania Johnson. Row 2.' Huong Tieu, Diane Araujo, Greg Cherry, Karen Banks, Carolyn Mitchell. Row 3: Karla Boyd, Norris Jemmerson, Stella Bagley, Stephanie McGhee. Row 4: Wendy Walton, Terry Rhone, Veveeta Wright, Richard Zavala, Rhonda Patrick. Back Row: lst Sgt. Bivins, Patrick Jimison, Mjr. Swearingen, Angela Paige, Toi Haynes. If ,. D Company - Front Row: Kevin Coleman, John Evans, Pam McCoy. Row 2: Felicia Woods, Alycia Evans, Inetta Lott, LaTanya McMillan, Bryron Parker. Row 3: Cassandra Turner, Brenda Watts, Deborah Wilson, Robert Burns, Beverly Owens. Row 4: Janice Ward, Christia Fuller, Corsandra Parrish, Mark Crowley, Mel Garcia. Row 5: Henry Brown, J.B. Poullard, Debra Peavy, Greg McGinn, Mack Rogers. Back Row: Mjr. Swearingen, lst Sgt. Bivins. E f an .. , biii IEEX .,:,?, . . 3 sk, .hs i B Company - Front Row: Ronny Reeves, Michael Merimon, Richard Lovell. Row 2: Charlotte Jackson, Robert Coonrod, Sonya Steve, Andrea Washington, Janet King. Row 3: Roger Fortner, Michael Dooley, James Rhodes, Dawn Scott, Deidra Walton. Row 4: Shelia Ransom, Cherri Whatley, Jeffrey Tatum, Bruce Anderson, Diana Smith. Back Row: Lydia Norris, Mjr. Swearingen, Alvin Waiters, Lester Richard, Patrick Warren, lst Sgt. Bivins, Alfredo Flores. wr' arg was s The color guard participates in the Bryan Adams pep assembly. Stephen Miles and Lydia Norris march in Review. C Company - Front Row: Stephanye Vinson, Eldred Harris, John Sullins. Raw 2: Taquila Dansby, Patricia Johnson, Lisa Simms, Jeffery Gothard, Elizabeth Martinez, Carrie Thomas, LaRonda Reeves, Cerritn Mathis. Row 5: Bryan Kettle, Pete Hernandez, Wendy Dockins, Susan Dale, Leticia Martinez, Yolanda Ward, Norma Johnson, Chris Moses. Raw 4: William Gordon, Hubert Barnes, Michael Wilson, Shane Taylor, Renina Torain. Martin Warren, Michael Schmidt, Tommy Sanderson. Row 5: Stephen Miles, Lenthell Rosemond, Rhonda Rosemond, David Sample, Missey Pinnekins, Corey Hawthorne, Christene McMullen. Back Row: Mjr. Swearingen, lst Sgt. Bivins. , il . 'ff ln E Compnay - Front Row: Tammy Henderson, Fonda Sims, Eric Ashcraft. Row Z: Bridget Donahue, Patrice Wilson, Latrice Gamble, Rena McGhee. Row 3: Jerri Dandridge, Belinda Sidderwhite, Mike Turner, Tanya Smith. Row 4: Nick Beam, Leslie McFarland, Alison Adkins, Jonathan Sanders. Row 5: Tonya Starks. Rhonda Walker, Richard Stewart. Back Row: Mjr. Swearingen, lst Sgt. Bivins. Organizations 3 l 5 Sentinel - on the spot Free copies of The Sentinel were distributed to students on the opening day of school. Staff members worked before school to prepare this issue. Color was used in three editions. The staff entered UIL competi- tion with editor Lisa Hoppert placing first in feature writing and fourth in editorial writing and feature editor Leigh Anne Hunt placing second in feature writing and third in headline writing. The Lisa Hoppert Editor Sentinel received the Award of Honor from the University ln- terscholastic League. The entire staff toured the Dallas Times Herald. Some members attended the Texas High School Press Association Convention in Denton where The Sentinel received the All-Texas Honor rating. D Magazine managing editor, Teena Gritch, gave a presentation to the staff in the spring. Jay VanSyckle Sports Editor Front Row: Levi Randolph, Lisa Hoppert, Jay VanSyckle, Shawn Mick, Janice Bradley, Sharon Serrata Lisa Serpas Lazaro Rodulfo Hope White. Row 2: Sandi Dreer, Brenda Williams, Belinda Russell, Rad Ferguson, Brian Chisolm Patti Hall Tonya Ballard Deborah Wrye Sherry Main, Sheila Talley, Beth Rener, Kay Moss, Yvonne Blunt, Esther Johnson, Beverly Owens Sun Lim Back Row Saul Soliz Steve Ar nold, Rob Stokes, David Aycock, Roy Phillips. 316 Organizations I 5 Trai Levi Randolph News Editor E Shawn Mick Photographer Advisor Editor 3 ,wexsm sm? Lisa Serpas Lazaro Rodulfo Sharon Serrata Feature Editor News Editor News Editor Ms. Bell Janice Bradley Organizations 317 The Silent News staff consisted of four seniors, eight juniors and two sophomores. The paper was printed every two months and distributed throughout the com- munity and in other nearby areas that shared the program's ideas. Its purpose was to inform the The Silent News talks school district, the deaf popula- tion, the students and interested individuals on what had happened within the Dallas Regional Day School for the Deaf. The editor of the paper was Keith Kissentaner and the sponsor was Mr. Valencia. .,.,t..,, ..... ,, .,...,, Mr. Valencia discusses a layout with Annora Tawney, Christi Lambert, and Steven Henry. x Front Row: Cartinus Anderson, Jerry Perez, Keith Kissentaner, Annora Tawney. Back Row: Kim Watts, Ms. Hatch, Jason Milligan, Sheryl Goolsby. Pam Hicks, Priscilla Torrez, Steven Henry, Mr. Valencia, Nelson Mansell, Holly Kephart. 318 Organizations Tammy Lewis enlarges a picture in the darkroom. '--.... Pam Hicks and Annora Tawney lay out the newspaper. 2 i Keith Kissentaner requests pictures from Kim Watts and Jerry Perez. be ,, , I Front Row: Marisa Martinez, Renee Brown. DeAnn Woodruff, Melissa Carol, Steve Hyles, David Current, Danny Powell. Row 2: Bill Lindley. Kristi Stout, Tina Nuckols, Shelly Reed, Robby Stokes, Bo Harmon. Back Row: Darita Pool, Marietta Watson. Craig Golden, Kimber Sanders, Susan Presley, Sheryl Scott. Kelley Maurer, Curtis Miller, Rhonda Lindsey, Kim Mitchell. . at Bill Lindley gets caught doing the usual- nothing. is 3 ,L.,.. Robby Stokes has an angle on photography. , 1 ,1,, ., fa, 1 . Steve Hyles teaches Kimber Sanders how to flirt. Sheryl Scott Editor-in-cheif Ms. McCollum Advisor Sparks fly from TORCH staff Dedication, intelligence, cooperation, and a sense of humor were all requirements for being a member of the 1984 TORCH staff. Photographers were respon- sible for attending all activities, taking, developing and printing pictures while other staffers iden- tified pictures, layed out pages, thought up captions, typed, wrote copy and proofread. Some students and the advisor worked on staff development days, after school, and some nights until ten o'clock. To complete the book, members of the staff worked days and nights through June 13th put- ting in a total of four hundred and eighty-nine hours. In August during the jour- nalism workshop at SMU, the TORCH staff continued the win- ning tradition by receiving the best overall award for theme, layout and cover design. This was the most prestigious award given. Also, photographer, Rob Stokes received second place in advanced photography. Organizations Bill Lindley Ms. McCollum is tortured by the TORCH Photographer staff. ,,,, ,, y Q , .Q . V, f gy M mix: Y M tr, its t sei - Nw .. W .. we ' m wg P P 311' at G' i .K 5 Q s 4 li ff if ff v " N " af , ,, I , - . 'W , , .. ky W ft A, , 5 H. fs, E W, M34 r M31 Q .sr Robby Stokes Photographer Renee Brown Sophomores, Organizations 320 Organizations l V Deadlines drive the TORCH staff crazy. Susan Presley Seniors, Organizations, Activities 1,,f. Marietta Watson is amazed her copy is ap- proved the first time around. il? u- '-. .Aww Kristi Stout Freshmen, Organizations , A ,V ,W ,W SANS lr G S, 9 4 9t,,,,,s,,t,f,,,,M.s,i,M .S Steve Hyles Photographer Shelly Reed Faculty, Juniors . we y 'K M' Marietta Watson Copy Editor Kimber Sanders Darita Pool and DeAnn Woodruff try to Seniors, Activities Editor identify unknown faces. I I Organizations 321 'Wh gulf- Susan Presley always frowns around at Tina Nuckols deadline time. Faculty, Juniors mf' ,wjjgfgjitf it 'M L Shelly Reed and Tina Nuckols enjoy their turn with the trophy at Inky's. , Rhonda Lindsey is confused again. Renee Brown can picture her pages. 322 Organizations in Bo Harmon and Kristi Stout are good "sports" Marisa Martinez opens mouth and inserts fork. i Kim Mitchell makes the right match. Sheryl Scott says, "What can l say? I'm only editor-in-chief." Craig Golden Photographer Kelley Maurer lays out with Jackson Staffers preview thel983 TORCH. Sporting Goods. Kim Mitchell Juniors, Organizations 3 5 Kelley Maurer Business Manager, Academics Qi Curtis Miller, Rhonda Lindsey, DeAnn Woodruff, Renee Brown, Marietta Watson and Rhonda Lindsey Sheryl Scott lay out a mega-quad-pak at camp. Activities, Sports Organizations 3 A a Y- Q L """ u6?f'ff 5 - Belng a Spartan IS egg-,pf . 2.4 Qx- ever endin if .f. mr' 'wen Pb, av 1 A 'ri .Li . , S f'L1"1s"" E533-sw : Mwfgs -is -vga' fi Endings 325 Being :a1Splar4tan . . .n n so l t h in 1984 being at lwere being a Spartan 1 many itiell i i meant lust' Sharing a Sandvfiiilitiiit winner ' with a friendagor, chatting in iiii basket- it hall between1Classes.eig t iiiihihi 1 iiii f girlS Sofwi For 4 beingllfia i iih 'i "a i It was being a part of the dreaded' i i UIL one fact play ,teae xamsgslaiiitlefofithe seniors, it and it ja part being exempt for the first t MfQ,siaitCrook'sl Once i iiifaii Being a part offall the seniori Z i ,s activities such as ilisli p rom, the SiCHi0f luncheon! I Y5C11i0f'f iiii iiii i fora itesfiand try- pieliieilinlwas also a research paper in 1984 Spartan lt also meant -beingaipart meant takingfpride in ofthe staff 5 your friendseand most l , importantly in yourself. niii t ' 1 , -'j , - f ' , 1 Chris at the TORCH autograph enjoys with the party - xg ,, - ii'S6f1iZii?S1.31-'V ' V' ,xI': R LLKLKL M Ms. period senior English class waves good-bye. iilivffiiilff, 1255 -Lx,'?'fiffri'1' M: "1 . 1. .35 Ziffi 1 i her eyes onftlieifuture. if! gf 5 i i 2 5 ilgiqgnt Lime for me ?suinmer. ' V iff' i , ,. lf Qally mgmberpne. iswayoverduaefofgmieheli-2S2Yo1iffxganmmelmugffouglm- Jay Vansvcfdfwws Wh'ch helps Mr4 1112? g. Chri:gria Fgllcraggi Alygia sijgife ahugh 5sirhei1 sfudyl f0f tearful good-bye ony' V V Matf'LindSt:y hiBernatES'fdr5the Endifxgs d?resq1 x oi? imernfipayi Work and Robbwallxn Ser? , 31 Wfzrld reeofd 100 J ' ' 'ffl Q110bl1y'St0k?:sthiiks abqut whgt lQI'QQl'l'OYXi:VV IW' 1 l 'f A mUll1tUd9 Q 0f jz 9fBQU1Z3I10f1S ' Figadiwc43F'd fE!? 10f??'n'9g OPPOF fdif 2iIl. StudQnts xygrc gble ' l f ux112oF 6rganizat10ns. Tlicy Qiiteniifgd ang1gi yVa Qgrs biinquets, 21136 afile tiiyatteyid apd pg:- 1 gctiwig ies Qiiie dzitxceih the courtyard, Seflim' aSSCH1'2!y- Qe:4i1 - SiSud6?itS' k' f5aC2itIemi6 adhievge feSf SC0fCS 0f1 b0f 11 ??EWdeHiS 'fhowed ga'nS f AISW S"5?iemSQ a I?'42 . l Changed making C3951 v . i f g . . Q 2 , 4 328 E"'? 1?'g5 . .Nw ' ,zzi ,tvi 2 . X,v, .Q .qtithb i , 'S' , X K my X 5 1 . . Jflie TiSi3or6fiQQ 'ZV' Miifisa Vgfye, Sixerri mwaffozd, JQgnifegfQrahi1'm,diid Sagiira ,W onLIeavifQg Samuel! L,fV,,',,L1 mVVL A ' ' memdribs. 1 , A . ' ,K rf-- ' - 1 4. "wh gf'..g-ng, L 'lf .. f H ' 1 ' - . A '4 , 1 , q5,t'r,. .45 A. 'L s,f,:- Msg, eg xy M, ' ' W P QW" -47' 5 Xl V 2 ' - X 4 t if ' . at f . l fiamfi' 5 V " ' ' V. . .3 3 , . ' 'f '- feM "' 4"-st 'e 'Y ' Seniors cry their High., j and classrooms emptiedion the last dayjoffsehool, each student anticipaled irrt the events of summer and of the com- inggyears. Seniors looked forward tgagggolylege and careersg juniors r e 'e ftoward theirf senior year, freshmen smoked rowafdetwesiiof three more years on the Samuell scene. Each individual reflected upon the sad endings, as well as the new begin- nings, remembering the new friends had made and the they had shared. ff ll.s of all they remembered .ilil T984 as beingfffthe year whenthey were all Spartainsi, s- gsrff g t - .fn 'K fx if Scotty Scott stands tall at graduation Godbcy is caught in the end of Siihoolltdebris. V . Ms Adams and Yolonda Washington share a moment to sayigood-bye. ggg. Z 5 g.,.' F757 t-l ff, Tammy Suiter and David Miller hang iilittitogether at theseniorluncheon. ' Q gggls it Boy George or Gerald "Boy,' Ford? s ,inflow 329 amd'-relaxes atihefgenior picnic. y: f vfaf g Haag' 323513511 W mf Sffffff Last an or mal 'UWB V 'vi Sims' mn SK ,W . g.f,. , L 3 5 fof iisexfff k MM? lklg, , k '5 :Lx K K kk , . Q Qi f . ..', " ww i g keeps nb. 330 ,950 f' , , - V i ,, IQl'F,Q,ggmmsil.-'1,fflq'5 i, w.w,.,:w1'ff and ffheir 5 KA 'Presley is finalQgXgxi1fas"freshmen,k g"'iA ' L ' mi Sheryl Scott, Roy Mariertaw 4 Pleasant Grove was a unique and closely knit community. The Spar- tans supported the community and in return the community supported the Spartans. Community life was im- portant to the Spartans, for they spent most of their free time eating, shopping and socializing in the Grove. Businesses such as Jackson's Sporting Goods, Creddies of Dallas, Natalie School of Dance, Texas Paint and Wallpaper Company, Dot's Flower Pot, Tee Shirt Corner, Paul's Florist, Pete's Jewelers, Horn Williams Ford, Grissoms One Hour Martinizing, Dudley M. Hughes and Piedmont Pharmacy supported the Spartans during the 1983-1984 school year. Other individuals backed the Spartans and were an integral part of Samuell. This spirit of togetherness and unity made Pleasant Grove a truly pleasant place to live. 332 Advertisements Trisha Thomas enjoys working with flowers at Paulis Florist. L , li fi i MW.. . I i f DeLynn Loy, Kirk Buchanan, Kristi Stout, Marisa Martinez, DeAnn Woodruff and Craig Golden check out the new fashions at the Tee Shirt Corner. Daily 7 00 6 00 Saturday 8 00 3 30 IKI G CLEANERS Lake June at Prairie Creek Dallas Texas 75217 We specialize in School Jackets Band and Drill Uniforms D and Preserving Wedding Gowns JO ANN SMITH 8012 Umphress 391 1467 Dallas Texas 75217 391 2509 Bethany Baptist Church Dallas Texas 7300 Bruton Road 398 8403 Hal Kinkeade Pastor Jesse Crouch Min of Educ fOutreach Bruce Gearhart, Min of Music and Youth Sunday School Morning Worship 9 15 am 10 30 am Youth Disciple Life Celebration 4 45 pm fchoir, Bible study, worship, fellowshipj CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 1984 GRADUATES ONE DAY SERVICE ON REQUEST SYMNS FLOWER SHOP LET FLOWERS EXPRESS YOUR THOL GHTS Commercial and Personal Designing, Consulting for Weddings and Funerals Tom and Pauline Symns OWNERS 8230 Lake June Road 391 0944 391 0894 fmt? N5 scsc g ig or E H . . . t E , ' ' 1 1 7 G6 r wi ' ' 75 O 7 ' G 6 7 , . . . . 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It's . . .', been a 'Sharp Dressed Man!" sv-P' Ramona Leaks - "I promise I'll have my research paper in tomorrow." i ,E is Rodney Pitts - 'fYou mean the joke's on me." Trisha Toole - "Giddy up Trixieli' Q is ' L- M. . Karas V Kimber Sanders - "You mean we get to stay late again for a TORCH deadline?" fir- DeAnn Woodruff - "I think the ideal man should be named Greg? is Sherian Espinoza - "I hope rock and roll is here to stay." Steve Hyles - "Oh please let me be a TORCH photographer when I grow up." Bill Lindley - "I was even emcee for the old west." Brenda Williams - "It's party timef, Advertisements 341 Lynn Bridges - "Is my hair long enough for a perm yet?" Shellie Hill - "I obviously do not lead a dog's1ife." Linda Clinkscales - "I always grin and bear it." 342 Advertisements Kelley Maurer -"I always dream of becoming captain of the Starletsf' DeLynn Loy - "Look out CHIPS! Here I come." Rhonda Rust - "I hope they don't have seven periods when l'm a senior." Sheryl Scott - "Mirror, mirror, on the wall, whois the fairest of them all?" Kim Watts - "Hey good looking. What you got cookin'?" Thea Sneed - 'LI am on my way to the Easter Parade in my Easter bonnet." Marietta Watson - "Is it almost tea time, mother?" .qunlw f s .-, M ,ti f .. QS' Tamla Jaggers - "They want me to play at Carnegie Hall now." 3,54 ,Mali I Robby Stokes - "I just spotted my first Apple and I can't wait to take a bite." QIAWL Billy McCarter - "I am all dressed up and have someplace to go 39 Rhonda Lindsey - "Nothing can get my goat." Karen Carder - 'Tm ready for beach blanket bingo." Tawanna Hobbs - "I just canit wait until I'm a Samuell Spartan." Robby Fallin - "I am rough and tough and mean enough." 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Kelley Thank you for the joy and happmess you have grven us No one could be more proud than we are not only ln what you have ac compllshed but also rn what you are Always keep your stand ards hlgh your goals and dreams and trust ln God Wlth Hts help your future shall be all you re hopmg for All Our Love Mom and Dad P S Congrats on Val and thanks for all the wonderful memories' Here my goes Camllle Our love and prayers go wrth you Mom and Dad To A Special Young Woman Who Happens To Be My Nlece May your goals dreams and amblttons bring you the happmess and success you deserve Love Aunt Leo To our son Bo who we raised from a tot to teen who now wears those tnght Blue .leans You learned right from wrong the th1ngs to make you strong from soccer to gym to drlvmg your Trans Am Now rt s off to college just look what a man We love you son wlth all our heart and wrsh you the best and know you wlll pass through llfe wlth the utmost success Love Mom and Dad Rhonda For I8 years you have brought us happmess Your farth beauty and hlgh standards make us proud to call you our daughter We love you Mom and Dad Lmdsey To My Daughter Klm Crawford Thus rs the tlme to say l m proud of you because of all you have achleved and all you plan to do May God bless your pathway and help you dxscover your full potentlal My best and fmest wxsh for any mother to be IS that her chlld wnll gtve her as much joy and pride as you ve glven me Wlth lovmg thoughts precious memorles and ajoyous antlclpatnon of your future Love you Mother To Our Granddaughter Krm Crawford As you start vour new lrfe may you greet each day wlth a dream tn your heart and falth ln your ablllty to aehleve lt We are proud of you and love you Granny and Woody Karen Wrrght We have really been proud of you m everythmg you ve done ln the past years We especlally enjoyed you betng m Starlets Good luck and stay happy Love from your Entlre Family Thea Thanks for the memorles We are very proud of you We love you and apprecnate the success and joy you have added to our ltfe May God lead you tn all your declslons and gulde your path Love Mom and Dad Beth Halrgrove You have brought us so much happmess we feel so fortunate to have such a specral daughter We love you and are so very proud of you and your achrevements Always put the Lord first 1n your life and success wlll be yours' Deda You are one ofthe greatest joys of our llves We are very proud of you Keep your standards hugh Thanks for the memories All our love Mom Dad and Bubba 1 Senior 84 ' It seems llke only yesterday you started your first day at school and now lt s the last Thank you for all that you have shared and gtven to us You have made us very proud Son lt s been a wonderful 18 years Congratulatmons' Love Nannle and Mom , ', ' . , v - s s 1 - ' , , , , , 'V 4 1 ' . . .. . , , , Love, Mom and Dad , ' ' ... , , ' I . - f K5 ,, , . . U - - - - Bu, , 348 Advertisements Lynn. You've come 'i long wry lrom a snaggled toothed tomboy in the first grade to the mature young lady that you are today. You for you every success 'ind happiness. Love Mama Daddy Kelly and Kerry c ' L ' L have made us proud every step of thc way. We love you and wish Rod Thank you for letting us share in all that you have done We wish for you the very best in all that you do Always remember we love you very much Mom Dad Dale and Donald My Dear Kim Always look through and beyond the rainbows' For every one holds a delicious challenge and how you handle those challenges dictate life s successes' You and sometimes only you, can make things happen' You re a very special young lady and a beautiful one May each dream become a reality Best wishes for North Texas' Marietta Love Mimi As you start your new life may you greet each day with a dream in your heart and faith in your ability to achieve it Shegyi ndsrtgsetgetlttng to be smart, It s one tlung Q be witty Qt to have a happy heart Items ttangita ta-.ttrkaabta And one thmgtfbibetlond. But hefeis you -A-ia graduate Just Because We love you, Mom Dad Todd N ixwwkis X Y? s s X 5 X QW Qhkxiiks it etgesgibgakgw as W sa 'Mos Kas we wmwwc as at at M K A w X atoou Exec s A wwf: Qgsgses at W asses .t ig disma l it slfvitesf WMS Q M W s Estee s as WN ssh N. e mg iw a was Wfiibxiwgss ss sf kristy t easy ma 'X ts s W s, wsasazf aw wmb-ned' as sais My We stat Seriously fifoutve always set your 6 MK tt X achiettbti them Without envytng the 2.63326 Q fbgyxf others Youve always tried to be yours so stly and completely, wxthout following the expee ations of ers Who ofa are and what you do have made you a Niagyspectal daugtter to us' e X ss s s ss s 5 Q My was , sway, time WQEXX 9 osx s ry S NW N sb Ns X Cm? S at tt its Xtlwts xyxxxsqtx in ks K A x ist. R ts K i V YN N X s X X W N X at ss To Our Special Daughter Kim Crawford Sharing your happiness sharing your pride during the days that were so special for you - sharing your dreams and all of your beautiful experience. We re proud of you. Love Dad Carol Christi and Robin , , , hopes for success in whatever you do . . . has been a unique and Susan, You are a very sweet and beautiful girl whose love for God shows in your daily life We are very proud of your accomplishments We love you Mom and Dad Congratulations Kimber our ladybug You have given us sun shine with your smile joy with your personality and pride in your many accomplishments You never cease to amaze us with your wisdom and understanding You are so special' May you enjoy the future stages of life and be blessed with as much hap piness as you have given others Remember What you are is Gods gift to you What you make of yourself is your gift to God We love you dearly Mom and Dad To the 1984 TORCH Staff Renee Brown Melissa Carol David Current Craig Golden, Bo Harmon Steve Hyles, Bill Lindley Rhonda Lindsey Marisa Martinez Kelley Maurer Curtis Miller, Kim Mitchell Tina Nuckols Darita Pool Danny Powell Susan Presley, Shelly Reed Kimber Sanders Sheryl Scott, Rob Stokes Kristi Stout Marietta Watson DeAnn Woodruff It has really been some year long hours, laughter and a few tears You have been an outstanding group and I have really en joyed working with you There will never be another group quite like this one I really mean that Remember story time, the late hours and getting the giggles I do' A very special thanks to the editor Sheryl Scott Craig Golden Bill Lindley Tina Nuckols Susan Presley Shelly Reed Kimber Sanders Rob Stokes Kristi Stout and Marietta Watson who put in more than their twenty hours What would l have done without you MKM , . 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X - as -z1.s,ss.',ga-3- K., 5 J. .,-.N ,4 -:tests -, NM , kmggefaets.-Qi-. . i Xi- , xx 3.3-3 Z-N. A ?32tetsQgff.tss..ate,rx31,y.,:'qa.a .:g..X'iTe1f1r:-A .t K . Ha. X153 tstsgtywyyy is fi.WfQ?Nais 'EL isfre?5'f'Ttf-'wesN"2..:f' - ft . :ssc mfwsrvs. ' , , sCSk:r.'w"-,G-MSMQSBYSXJ '- st e1 ix' .1 .tfwp.1t.s-: -V .. :W -as . ses- - s Advertisements 349 3 Senior Credits A Alexander, Sherry - I. FHA 2. Soccer, Blue Jackets 3. Soccer, OEA II 4. OEA I., Woods and Waters Ammons, Rose Ann - I. Deaf Drama Club 2. Deaf Pep Club 3. Deaf Pep Club 4. Deaf Pep Club - Sec., Red Cross, OEA Amador, Carlos - l. Band, Lab Band, "B" Honor Roll, Band Show 2. Band, Lab Band, Band Show 3. Band, Lab Band, Band Show 4. Band, Lab Band, Swim Team, Band Show, Honor Graduate Antonicelli, Lisa - 3. NHS, Thespians, Student Council, UIL District Play Winner, French Club 4. Math Club, Student Council, NHS, Sr. Pub, French Club, Honor Graduate Armstrong, Darwin - 2. J.V. Basketball 3. J.V. Basketball, "B" Honor Roll, FHA 4. V. Basket- ball, Industrial Arts Club Armstrong, Pamela - I. Choir, Blue Jackets, Swim Team 2. Choir, Swim Team 3. Swim Team B Bagley, Stella - I, ROTC, Basketball, Track 2. ROTC, Track, Sign Language Club 3. FHA 4. ROTC, Valentine Queen, FHA, Best Dressed Bandru, Gina - I. ROTC, Choir 2. ROTC, Tre- ble Choir 3. Concert Choir 4. Concert Choir, OEA Barron, Reginald - 4. Orchestra Benavidez, Velma - I, Soccer 2. DECA 4. OEA Benoit, Robert - I. Baseball 2. J.V. Baseball 3. J.V. Baseball, FHA 4. ICT, FHA Bergeaux, Terri - Fresh. Favorite 2. Homecom- ing Court, Woods and Waters 3. Allied Youth, Woods and Waters 4. V. Cheerleader, French Club, Woods and Waters - V. Pres., FHA - Hist., Valentine Court, Sr. Pub, Superlative Billings, Beth - 1. Band, Swim Team, Soccer 2. Band, Swim Team 3. FHA, Band 4. Band, FHA, Math Team Black, Denise - 4. NHS, Honor Graduate Blacknall, Demiis - I. Track, Football 2. V. Track, V. Football 3. DECA, Track, V. Football 4. FHA, DECA, V. Football Bobien, Dixie - I. Allied Youth 3. FHA 4. OEA Boyd, Jeff - I, Lab Band, Band, Musical 2. Band, Musical, Lab Band, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz 3. Band, Lab Band, Concert Choir, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, JESTERS! 4. Lab Band, Band, NHS, Sr. Pub - Editor, Con- cert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Runner-up Most Talented, Superlative, Honor Graduate, JESTERS! Brewer, Leanette - I. Deaf Drama Club, Deaf Pep Club 2. Deaf Pep Club, DeafDrama Club 4. Deaf Pep Club, VOCCT Breazeale, Ricky - 4. DECA Bridges, Lynn - I. Choir, J.A., Freshman Follies, Blue Jackets 2. Treble Choir, Homecom- ing Court, Soph, Favorite, Starlets, "B" Honor Roll, Starlet Capers 3, Concert Choir - Lib., Starlets, "B" Honor Roll, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlet Revue, Musical 4. Starlets - Sr. Lieut., Concert Choir - Sec., "B" Honor Roll, Student Council, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlets on Broadway, Band Show, Musical, Honor Graduate Brown, James - I. Football 2. J.V. Football 3. J.V. Football, Powerlifting 4. V. Football, Powerlifting, Woods and Waters, Spanish Club, Industrial Arts Club Burns, Pino - 4. FHA - Pres. Brown, Renee - I. Student Council, Blue Jackets, Choir, Soccer, Freshman Follies 2. Blue Jackets, Treble Choir - Lib. 3. Concert Choir, Spanish Club, French Club, Allied Youth, Stu- dent Council, FHA, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical 4. Student Council, Concert Choir - V, Pres., Allied Youth - Sec., Spanish Club, French Club, TORCH, Sr. Pub, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical C Camper, Marcus - 2. DECA, V. Football, V. Basketball, J.V. Track 3. V. Football, V. Basket- ball, V. Track, Jr. Favorite, "B" Honor Roll, Outstanding Athletic Student 4. V. Football, V. Basketball, V. Track, Ist Team All District, French Club, FHA, Valentine King, V. Baseball, Sr. Pub, Most Athletic, Superlative Carder, Karen - I. Blue Jackets, Choir, Freshman Follies 2, J.V. Cheerleader, Thespians 3, Thespians, We Were Young That Year, Plaza Suite, J.V. Cheerleader 4. Thespians, Dracula, Bus Stop, FHA, Outstanding Drama Student Carter, Sandra - I. FHA, J.A. 2. FHA, J.A. 3. VEH 4. VEH Chancellor, Ronnie - I. J.V. Baseball, "B" Honor Roll 2. V. Baseball, "B" Honor Roll 3. V. Baseball, "B" Honor Roll, Spanish Club 4. V. Baseball, FHA, Spanish Club, "B" Honor Roll, Honor Graduate Chapman, Stacy - I, Band, Sound Technician, Band Show, Sr. Assembly, Lab Band 2. Band, Lab Band, Concert Choir, Thespian, Sound Technician, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Starlet Capers 3. Band, Lab Band, Concert Choir, JESTERSI, Thespians, Sound Technician, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Sr. Assembly, We Were Young That Year 4. Band - Drum Major, Lab Band, Concert Choir, JESTERSI, All City Choir, Musical, Sound Technician, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Band Show, Most Talented, Outstanding Band Student Cisneros, Cecilia - I. Spanish Club, FHA 2. Spanish Club 3. OEA, "B" Honor Roll 4. FHA, OEA Clark, Michael - 4. Band Clay, Fonda - 2. FHA, Treble Choir 3. FHA, 4. FHA, HECE Clinkscales, Linda -- l. Choir, Flag Corps, Freshman Follies, Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club 2. Swim Team 3. Swim Team, Spanish Club 4. Swim Team, FHA, Honor Graduate Coates, Tammy - I, Blue Jackets, Orchestra 2. Blue Jackets, Orchestra 3. Blue Jackets, FHA, Orchestra, Keywanettes 4. Blue Jackets f Pres., grchestra, FHA - Hist., Keywanettes, Spanish lub Coburn, Kim - I. Band, Choir, Freshman Follies, Roller Skating Club, "B" Honor Roll 2. Band, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, PAC, "B" Honor Roll 3. Band, Lab Band, Band Show, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Concert Choir, Musical, "A" Honor Roll, Student Council, PAC, French Club, All-District Choir 4. Band, Lab Band, Band Show, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Concert Choir, Musical, "A" Honor Roll, Student Council, Sr. Class Treas., French Club - V. Pres., All- District Choir, All-Region Choir, Ist Alto All- Area Choir, Runner-up Most Talented, Superlative, High Honor Graduate, Outstanding Choir Student Coffman, Jennifer - I. Blue Jackets, Thespians, Choir, Freshman Follies, David and Lisa 2. Blue Jackets, Treble Choir, Thespians 3. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Flag Corps, Thespians, We Were Young Thai Year, FHA, Musical, French Club 4. Sr. Pub, FHA, Thespians, Con- cert Choir, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz Coleman, Kevin - I. ROTC 2. ROTC 3. ROTC 4. ROTC Conner, Ronald - 4. Woods and Waters Cook, Eugene - 3. FHA 4. FHA, Industrial Arts Club Courtney, Comiie - I. Deaf Pep Club 2. Deaf Cheerleader 4. Red Cross, Deaf Pep Club - V. Pres., VOCCT - Sec. Crawford, Kim - l. Blue Jackets, Homecoming Court, Roller Skating Club, Freshman Follies, "B" Honor Roll 2. Starlets, Treble Choir, "B" Honor Roll 3. Spanish Club, French Club, VOE, Homecoming Court, Valentine Court, Jr. Favorite, "B" Honor Roll 4. FHA, Student Council, Starlets - Sr. Lieut, Spanish Club, Homecoming Court, Sr. Pub, "B" Honor Roll, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlets on Broadway, Band Show, NHS, Most Beautiful, Honor Graduate Cruz, Gloria - 1. Blue Jackets, Soccer, Roller Skating Club, Sign Language Club 2. Soccer, Thespians, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Concert Choir, Musical 3. HECE 4. V. Cheerleader, FHA, Sr. Pub, "B" Honor Roll, Soccer, Band Show, Miss Samuell D Dandridge, Jerri - I. ROTC, FHA 2. ROTC 3. ROTC 4. ROTC, FHA Daniels, Kim - l. Track 3. V. Track 4. V. Track Davidson, Lori - 4. CVAE Davis, Rosalind - I, Red Cross, ROTC 2. Red Cross, ROTC, Spanish Club, Student Council, PAC 3. NHS, Red Cross, ROTC, Spanish Club 4. Red Cross, ROTC, Spanish Club, French Club, NHS, Honor Graduate Davis, Victor - I. Orchestra 2. J.V. Football, Orchestra 3. J.V. Football 4. FHA DeMond, Sharma - I. Blue Jackets, "B" Honor Roll 2. NHS, Spanish Club, ROTC, "B" Honor Roll 3. ROTC, NHS 4. Math Team, NHS, ROTC, Honor Graduate Derryberry, Natalie - 1. "B" Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance 2. "B" Honor Roll, Sign Language Club, Allied Youth, FHA, Perfect At- tendance 3. "B" Honor Roll, Allied Youth, Spanish Club, Sign Language Club, Perfect At- tendance, FHA - Pres. 4. Allied Youth, FHA, OEA, Spanish Club, "B" Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance, NHS, Honor Graduate Ditmars, Kenneth - 2. J.V. Football, Baseball, Powerlifting, Woods and Waters 3. V. Football, Allied Youth, Woods and Waters, Powerlifting, Spanish Club 4. V. Football, Allied Youth, Woods and Waters, Spanish Club, FHA, Dallas Morning News Player of the Week Doughty, Cherrie - I. ROTC 2. ROTC 3. Keywanettes 4. Keywanettes, Blue Jackets - Student Director, FHA 3 Pres. Dreer, Sandi - I. Choir - Treas., Student Council, PAC, Thespians, David and Lisa, 1984, Winnie-the-Pooh, Freshman Follies, Roller Spartans 2. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Thespians, Band, Musical 3. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, We Were Young That Year, Student Council, French Club, Band, Musical, Thespians 4. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Sentinel, Thespians, Bus Stop, Musical, Honor Graduate Dunn, Roderick - I. Band E 'i Ellis, Holly 4 l. Blue Jackets, Swim Team 4. VOCT Espinoza, Sherian 4 l. Choir, Blue Jackets, Perfect Attendance, Freshman Follies 2. Treble Choir, Blue Jackets, Perfect Attendance 3. Con- cert Choir, Starlets, Starlet Revue 4. Concert Choir 4 Lib., Student Council, FHA, Spanish Club F Fallin, Robby 4 l. Football, Choir, Freshman Follies, Track 2. J.V. Football, Powerlifting, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Track 3. V. Football, All-District Football Team, Powerlif- ting, Track 4. V. Football 4 All-District lst Team, Track, UIL District Typing 4 lst place, Powerlifting 4 lst place State, FHA, Sr. Pub, Superlative Feagin, Joe 4 3. Swim Team 4. VICA Finley, Russell 4 2. DECA, Spanish Club 3. Spanish Club, Allied Youth 4. Spanish Club, Allied Youth, Cross Country, Track, Sr. Pub Ford, Gerald 4 l. Band, Tennis 2. Band, Tennis 3. Tennis, Student Council 4. Tennis, Student Council, Runner-up Best Dressed Fort, Derrick 4 l. Football, Basketball 2. J.V. Football, J.V. Basketball 3. V. Football 4. V. Football, FHA G Garcia, Fructuoso 4 l. Spanish Club 2. Spanish Club Garrett, Michael 4 4. NHS, Superlative, Honor Graduate Gilliam, Nancy 4 l. Deaf Pep Club 3. Deaf Pep Club 4. Deaf Pep Club, VOCCT Golden, Craig 4 l. "B" Honor Roll 2. "B" Honor Roll 3. Concert Choir, All District Choir, "B" Honor Roll, JESTERS! Musical, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Band Show, Allied Youth, Spanish Club 4. Concert Choir 4 V. Pres., JESTERS! Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, TORCH, Spanish Club, Allied Youth, All Region Choir, NHS, Most Dependable, Superlative, Honor Graduate Goodson, Elizabeth 4 2. Blue Jackets Green, Randall 4 l. Thespians, David and Lisa 2. J.V. Football, J.V. Basketball, Track, Thes- pians 3. Tennis, Football, Thespians 4. V. Foot- ball, Tennis, Thespians, Best Dressed, Superlative Gudino, Baltazar 4 4. Track Q Gunstanson, Karen 4 l. Band, Choir 2. J.V. Cheerleader 3. French Club, J.V. Cheerleader, FHA 4. V. Cheerleader, FHA, Sr. Pub, OEA H Hairgrove, Beth 4 2. Blue Jackets, Concert Choir, NHS, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, "B" Honor Roll 3. J.V. Cheerleader, NHS 4 Sec., Concert Choir, JESTERS!, Woods and Waters, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Musical, Valentine Court 4. V. Cheerleader, JESTERS!, NHS, Concert Choir, Valentine Court, Woods and Waters, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Musical, Sr. Pub, FHA, Runner-up Miss Samuell, Superlative, Honor Graduate Hall, Bryan 4 l. Football 2. J.V. Football 4. VOCT4 V. Pres. Hall, James 4 l. Deaf Pep Club 3. VAC 4. VAC Hamilton, Gregg - l. Football, Band, Red Cross 2. J.V. Football, Band 3. J.V. Football, Band, Soccer 4. VOCT, FHA 4 Pres. Harmon, Bo 4 l. Woods and Waters, Spanish Club, Choir, Tennis 2. Woods and Waters, "B" Honor Roll, Golf 3. Golf, Red Cross, Woods and Waters 4. Banner Team, TORCH, FHA, Soc- cer, Sr. Pub, Most Likely To Succeed, Superlative Harrison, Darrell 4 l. ROTC 2. ROTC 4. FHA Hatfield, Gary 4 l. Choir 2. Concert Choir 3. HERO 4. HERO 4 Pres., FHA 4 Hist. Haynes, Toi 4 l. Soccer, Track, Sign Language Club, ROTC, Military Ball Princess, "B" Honor Roll 2. Soccer 3. ROTC, Military Ball Queen, NHS, Soccer, "B" Honor Roll, Homecoming Court 4. NHS, Homecoming Court, Sr. Pub, Math Club, "B" Honor Roll, Superlative, Honor Graduate, FHA 4 Pres., Outstanding Art Student Henderson, Tammy 4 l. ROTC, Red Cross, Spanish Club 2. ROTC, Color Guard, Red Cross 3. ROTC, Color Guard 4. ROTC, Color Guard, FHA Hawthome, Darcus 4 1. Soccer 2. Soccer, Woods and Waters, Blue Jackets 3. Soccer 4. Soccer, OEA I, Honor Graduate Hennen, Jeff - l. "B" Honor Roll 2. Band, Lab Band, Band Show 3. Band, Lab Band, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Band Show 4. Band, Lab Band, Band Show Henry, Richard 4 l. Soccer 2. Soccer 4 lst Team All-District 4. Spanish Club, Soccer 4 lst Team All-District Herrera, Susie 4 I. Spanish Club, Red Cross 2. Spanish Club 3. Spanish Club, OEA 4. Spanish Club Hickman, Cynthia 4 l. Choir 2. Treble Choir 3. Concert Choir, FHA, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz 4. Concert Choir, OEA, Musical Hickman, Rodney 4 l. Football, ROTC 2. J.V. Football, ROTC 3. J.V. Football 4. FHA, V. Football Higginbotham, David 4 l. Football, Ice Skating Club 2. Soccer, J.V. Football 3. J.V. Football, Soccer 4. Industrial Arts Club, Soccer, FHA Hill, Elbert 4 l. Orchestra 2. ROTC 3. Or- chestra 4. Orchestra Hill, Shellie 4 l. Deaf Pep Club, Drama 2. Deaf Pep Club, Drama 3. Deaf Pep Club, Drama 4. Deaf Cheerleader, Woods and Waters, VOCCT Hobbs, Tawanna 4 l. FHA 2. FHA 3. VEH 4. VEH Holland, Terry 4 l. Football, Track, FHA, Powerlifting 2. J.V. Football, FHA 3. FHA, V. Football 4. V. Football, FHA Hoppert, Lisa 4 l. Fresh. Class Pres., Blue Jackets, Thespians, Student Council, Choir, Freshman Follies, David and Lisa, Winnie-the- Pooh 2. Blue Jackets 4 Treas., Treble Choir, Thespians 4 V. Pres., NHS, UIL 4 All-Star, "B" Honor Roll, Blithe Spirit, Never Too Late 3. Jr. Class Pres., Student Council, Sentinel, Blue Jackets, FHA, Band Show, NHS 4 Treas., Concert Choir 4 Treas., Thespians, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, 4. Student Council, Banner Team, Sentinel 4 Editor, Concert Choir 4 Pres., NHS 4 Pres., Superintendent SAC, JESTERS!, Thespians, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, Band Show, Sr. Pub, "A" Honor Roll, FHA, Superlative, Wittiest, Honor Graduate, Outstan- ding Journalism Student Huey, Cathy 4 l. Blue Jackets, Choir, Freshman Follies 2. Treble Choir, Blue Jackets 3. French Club, Concert Choir, Musical, "B" Honor Roll 4. Concert Choir, French Club, Musical, OEA I, Razz-Ma-Tazz, "B" Honor Roll, Honor Graduate Humphrey, Kristi 4 l. Blue Jackets, Roller Skating Club, Sign Language Club 2. Flag Corps, NHS 3. NHS, Spanish Club 4. NHS, DECA, Honor Graduate Hunt, leigh Anne 4 4. Sentinel, "B" Honor Roll, Honor Graduate Hyles, Steve 4 l. Allied Youth, Roller Skating Club, Band, Freshman Follies, Perfect Atten- dance, "B" Honor Roll, Math Club 2. Allied Youth, Perfect Attendance, NHS, Band, "B" Honor Roll 3. Allied Youth 4 V. Pres., NHS, Band, Golf, Band Show, Perfect Attendance 4. Allied Youth 4 Pres., Band, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, TORCH, Lab Band, NHS 4 Directory Chairman, Runner-up Most Depen- dable, Superlative, Honor Graduate I Ibanez, .lose 4 l. Band, Soccer 2. V. Soccer 4. VICA Isaacs, Barbara 4 1. FHA 2. FHA 4 Sec. 3. FHA 4. OEA, FHA J Jaggers, Tamla 4 2. Concert Choir, J ESTERSI, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Starlet Capers, "B" Honor Roll, Musical 3. NHS Concert Choir, JESTERS! 4 Treas., "B" Honor Roll, Razz- Ma-Tazz, Lab Band, Band Show, Starlet Capers, Musical, Student Council 4. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band, Lab Band, Band Show, PAC, NHS, "B" Honor Roll, Musical, Sr. Pub, JESTERS! 4 V. Pres., Most Talented, Honor Graduate James, Alfred - 2. J.V. Football, J.V. Basket- ball, J.V. Track 3. V. Football, J.V. Basketball, V. Track 4. V. Football, V. Basketball, V. Track, All-District Football, Outstanding Industrial Arts Student Johnson, Billie 4 2. "A" Honor Roll, NHS 3. "A" Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance, NHS 4. "A" Honor Roll, NHS 4 V. Pres., French Club 4 Assistant Sec., Most Likely To Succeed, Superlative, Salutatorian, Outstanding English Student, Outstanding Science Student Johnson, Bob 4 l. Band 2. Band 3. Band, J.V. Football 4. Woods and Waters Johnson, Clayton 4 l. Band 2. Band 3. Band, Red Cross, Band Show 4. Band, Band Show, ln- dustrial Arts Club, Woods and Waters Johnson, Esther - 3. FHA 4. FHA, Sentinel Jones, Joanna 4 l. Blue Jackets 2. Blue Jackets 3. French Club 4. OEA, French Club L Lane, Dave 4 l. J.V. Baseball 2. V. Baseball 3. V. Baseball 4. V. Baseball, Woods and Waters, Industrial Arts Club Lawrence, John 4 3. FHA, Industrial Arts Club 4. Industrial Arts Club leaks, Ramona 4 l. FHA, Choir, Red Cross 2. Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, Concert Choir, Thes- pians 3. Concert Choir, FHA, Musical 4. Con- cert Choir, Musical, Most Dependable, Superlative, Black History Show lea, Jeffery 4 3. VICA 4. VICA Lennox., Eric 4 1. Basketball, Football 2. J.V. Basketball Lindley, Bill 4 1. Choir, Roller Skating Clubl Freshman Follies, Woods and Waters, David and Lisa, Thespians, Winnie the Pooh 2. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, Band Show, Band, Thespians, Woods and Waters 3. Band, JESTERS!, Concert Choir, Thespians, Band Show, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, Woods and Waters, Starlet Capers, TORCH 4. JESTERS! 4 Pres., TORCH, V. Cheerleader, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Musical, Thespians, Mr. Samuell, Superlative, Starlets on Broadway Lindsey, Rhonda 4 l. Blue Jackets, FHA, Roller Skating Club 2. Blue Jackets 4 Sec., FHA 3. Starlets, Allied Youth, Starlet Revue, Spanish Club 4. Starlets, Allied Youth, Starlet Revue, Spanish Club 4. Starlets, Allied Youth, Student Council, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlets on Broadway, Woods and Waters, TORCH, Sr. Pub, Friendliest 352 Linwood, Regina - l. Thespians, ROTC 2. ROTC, Track 3. ROTC 4. ROTC, Thespians, Black History Show Loy, DeLynn - 1. Choir, Blue Jackets, Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club, Freshman Follies, Soccer 2. Concert Choir, Flag Corps, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical 3. Concert Choir, Flag Corps - Capt., Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, Stu- dent Council, FHA - Sec. 4. Concert Choir, Spanish Club, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical Lyles, James - 1. Fresh. Favorite, Freshman Follies, Football, Choir 2. Soph. Favorite, J.V. Football, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Concert Choir, Band Show, Musical 3. Concert Choir, Band, Razz- Ma-Tazz, Musical, Band Show, JESTERS!, Thespians 4. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Starlets on Broadway, Musical, Woods and Waters, JESTERS!, Most Handsome M Macon, Cheryle - I. Red Cross 2. Student Council, Volleyball 3. FHA 4. FHA, HERO, Volleyball Mankin, Amy - l. FHA, Choir 2. FHA 3. FHA - Sec., Outstanding Homemaking Student 4. DECA A Pres., FHA - Pres., NHS, Superlative, Honor Graduate Marett, Earl - 3. DECA 4. DECA Martin, Sean - l. Football, ROTC 2. ROTC 3. ROTC, J.V. Football Martinez, Marisa - 2. Blue Jackets, Spanish Club, "B" Honor Roll 3. Spanish Club, French Club, TORCH, Allied Youth, Woods and Waters 4. Spanish Club, TORCH, Allied Youth, Sr. Pub, Friendliest Mathis, Cen'ita - l. FHA - Sgt. At Arms 3. ROTC, FHA - Sgt. At Arms 4. ROTC, FHA, Runner-up Wittiest Maurer, Kelley - l. Blue Jackets, Thespians, Roller Skating Club, Student Council, Choir, PAC, Freshman Follies, David and Lisa, 1984, Winnie the Pooh, "A" Honor Roll 2. Starlets, Thespians, Blithe Spirit, Never Too Late, Barefoot in the Park, Hugh O'Brien Award, NHS, Starlet Capers, Band Show, lst Div. One Act Play 3. Starlets - lst Jr. Lieut., Thespians, Concert Choir, Texas Wesleyan Book Award, NHS, Band Show, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Student Council, TORCH, Math Club, Musical, Starlet Revue, Who's Who in American Drill Team 4. Starlets f Capt., All American Drill Team, Concert Choir - Sec., NHS - Treas., Student Council, Sr. V. Pres., TORCH, DAR Award, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Sr. Pub, Starlets on Broadway, Musical, "A" Honor Roll, Runner- up Most Likely to Succeed, Superlative, Valedic- torian, Outstanding Math Student McCarter, Billy - 2. Choir, Band, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz 3. Choir, Band, Lab Band, Soc- cer, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Musical 4. Band, Choir, Lab Band, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show McCoy, Mike - l. Basketball 2. J.V. Football 3. J.V. Football McClung, Sherry - l. Blue Jackets 3. HERO 4. HERO, FHA McGahey, Joel - 1. Band 2. Band 3. Band 4. VICA McGhee, Rena - 1. Red Cross, ROTC, Track, FHA 2. Track, Volleyball, Red Cross, FHA, ROTC 3. ROTC 4. FHA, ROTC McGowan, Stephen - 3. Spanish Club, FHA, Computer Math Team 4. DECA Mcbemee, Paige - 4. HERO, FHA Melalm, Gayla - l. Deaf Pep Club 4. VOCCT, Deaf Pep Club Miles, Kevin - l. Choir, "B" Honor Roll, Freshman Follies 2. Concert Choir, V. Soccer, "B" Honor Roll, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical 3. Concert Choir, JESTERSL Musical, Band Show, Spanish Club, Razz-Ma-Tazz, "B" Honor Roll 4. Concert Choir, JESTERS!, Musical, Band Show, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Spanish Club, "B" Honor Roll, All-Region Choir, All- Zone Choir, Honor Graduate Miller, Curtis - l, Freshman Follies, Allied Youth 2. Allied Youth, Thespians Scarlet Capers, Musical, Spanish Club 3. Allied Youth, Musical, Concert Choir, Spanish Club, Starlet Revue, We Were Young That Year, Plaza Suite. Razz-Ma-Tazz, Thespians - V. Pres. SCOA 4. Banner Team, Allied Youth, Spanish Club, Thespians, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, TORCH, Sr. Pub, Musical, SCOA Miller, David - l. Band, Lab Band, Thespians, Freshman Follies, Band Show, Musical 2. Band, Lab Band, Thespians, Blithe Spirit, Barefoot in the Park, Never Too Late, Band Show 3. Band, Lab Band, Thespians - Pres., We Were Young That Year, Plaza Suite, Band Show, Outstan- ding Drama Student 4. Banner Team, Thespians - Pres,, Dracula, Bus Stop, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Wittiest Miller, Robin - l. Blue Jackets, FHA, Roller Skating Club 2. FHA - Sec. 3. HERO 4. HERO-Hist. Mitchell, Kenneth - l. Basketball 2. J.V. Basketball, Track 3. J.V. Basketball 4. V. Basketball, FHA Montalvo, Dinah - 1. Choir - Treas., Blue Jackets, Freshman Follies, Spanish Club 2. FHA - Sec., Spanish Club, French Club, Soccer 3. French Club, OEA, Perfect Attendance, Soccer 4. French Club - Treas., Woods and Waters Club, Sr. Pub Morgan, Angela - l, Blue Jackets 2. Blue Jackets, FHA, "B" Honor Roll 3. FHA, "B" Honor Roll 4. FHA - Sec., "B" Honor Roll, OEA, Honor Graduate Morris, Diann - 3. FHA 4. FHA Morris, Kristin - 1. Choir, Freshman Follies, Roller Skating Club, Ice Skating Club, Blue Jackets 2. Blue Jackets, Treble Choir 3. FHA, "B" Honor Roll 4. OEA, "B" Honor Roll, FHA - Pres. Moss, Kay - l. Latin Club, Allied Youth 2. Allied Youth, DECA - Pres. 3. Allied Youth 4. FHA - Pres., Sentinel N Newsome, Shawn - 1. Football, J.V. Baseball, Homecoming Court 2. V. Football, V. Baseball, Allied Youth 3. V. Football, V. Baseball, Dallas Morning News Player Of The Week, Valentine Court, lst Team All District, lst Team All Metro 4. V. Football, V. Baseball, Starlets On Broadway, Spanish Club, Runner-up Wittiest Nobles, David - l. Football, Basketball, Track 2. J.V. Football, J.V. Basketball, V. Track, French Club, "B" Honor Roll 3. V. Football, J.V. Basketball, V. Track 4. V. Football, V. Track Nunley, Glenda - l. "B" Honor Roll 2, NHS, "B" Honor Roll 3. Allied Youth, FHA, NHS, "B" Honor Roll 4, Allied Youth, French Club, Spanish Club, NHS, Honor Graduate, Outstan- ding Spanish Student O Odom, Debra - l. J.V. Girls Basketball, Deaf Pep Club 2. V. Girls Basketball 3. V. Girls Basketball, VOCCT, J.V. Girls Volleyball 4. VOCCT - Pres., Deaf Fld. Queen Owens, Beverly - l. FHA, Red Cross, ROTC, Track, Girls Soccer 2. Red Cross A V. Pres., FHA, Track, Girls Soccer, Girls Track 3, FHA, Girls Soccer, Girls Track, ROTC 4. FHA - Pres., V. Soccer, V. Track, Sentinel, Sr. Pub, ROTC P Parham, J. R. - l. ROTC, Thespians, Color Guard 2. ROTC, Thespians, Color Guard 3. FHA, ROTC, Thespians 4. ROTC, Thespians, Sr. Pub Patterson, Rhonda - l. Basketball, Volleyball 2. Volleyball, Thespians 3. V. Basketball, Volleyball, Allied Youth, Thespians 4. Basket- ball, Volleyball, Allied Youth - Treas., Most Athletic Perez, Jerry - l. Soccer 3. Soccer 4. Soccer Phelps, Robert - l. Deaf Pep Club 3. ROTC 4. ROTC Phillips, Roy - l. French Club, Baseball, Basketball 2. J.V. Baseball, J.V. Basketball, French Club 3. French Club, J.V. Basketball, V. Baseball 4. Woods and Waters, Spartan Image, Sentinel, French Club, Razz-Ma-Tazz, V. Baseball, Starlets On Broadway, Runner-up Friendliest, Superlative Pipkins, Connell - l. ROTC 2. ROTC 3. ROTC 4. VOCT - V. Pres. Pitts, Rodney - l. Choir, Freshman Follies, Thespians 2. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Woods and Waters, Musical, Thespians 3. Con- cert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, Woods and Waters, Sentinel 4. Concert Choir, Woods and Waters, Musical, Sentinel, Industrial Arts Club 4 Treas. Points, J. D. - 2. J.V. Football, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Baseball 3. ICT 4. ICT, Woods and Waters Pont, Stanley - 2. voccr 4. Deaf Ed King Pool, Darita - l. Freshman Follies Blue Jacket, Choir, Blue Jacket of The Year, Roller Skating Club, Soccer 2. J.V. Cheerleader, Treble Choir, Soccer, lst Team All District 3. Starlets, Soccer, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical 4. V. Cheerleader, Student Council, TORCH, French Club, Band Show, Most School Spirit, Superlative Presley, Susan - l. Blue Jackets, Choir, Freshman Follies, "B" Honor Roll 2. Treble Choir, NHS, "B" Honor Roll, Outstanding Health Student 3. Concert Choir, Student Coun- cil, TORCH, Jr. Class Secretary, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Musical, NHS, "B" Honor Roll 4. Student Council A Pres., PAC, TORCH, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Sr. Pub, NHS, SAC, Honor Graduate, Superlative R Ramer, Deanna - 4. DECA, Honor Graduate Randolph, Graziani - 3. Perfect Attendance 4. Student Council, UlL Spelling, PAC, V. Girls Volleyball - Mgr., Outstanding Business Student Rawls, Teresa - l. Blue Jackets, Sign Languge Club, FHA, Choir, Thespians 2. Blue Jackets, Treble Choir, Thespians, Sign Language Club 3. Blue Jackets - Treas., Concert Choir, Thes- pians, Sign Language Club 4. Concert Choir, Thespians, DECA Reed, Melvin- l. Football, Track, ROTC, FHA 2. J.V. Football, Track 3. V. Football, V. Track, ROTC 4. Banner Team, V. Track, Band Show, ROTC, Sr. Pub, Most School Spirit, I Betcha Didn 't Know That Reyes, Maria - l. French Club 3. DECA - Hist. 4. DECA - Sec., FHA Rhodes, Cassandra - 3. FHA - Pres. Ridge, Theodore - 3. J.V. Football, V. Soccer 4. V. Soccer Riley, William - 1, Track, Basketball 2. V. Track 3. V. Track Robinson, Matthew - 4. DECA Ruble, Calvin - l. ROTC, "B" Honor Roll 2. ROTC, "B" Honor Roll 3. ROTC, Perfect At- tendance, "B" Honor Roll 4. ROTC, NHS, Honor Graduate Russell, Barry - 1. Football Rust, Rhonda - l. Sign Language Club 2. FHA, DECA 4. FHA - Hist., VICA S Sanders, Autry - l. Roller Skating Club 3. ln- dustrial Arts Club 4. FHA, Woods and Waters Club, Industrial Arts Club Sanders, Kimber - l. Blue Jackets, Student Council, Fresh. Class Sec., Choir, Freshman Follies, Thespians, David and Lisa, Winnie the Pooh, I984, Roller Skating Club, "A" Honor Roll 2. Starlets, Concert Choir, Student Council, Thespians, Barefoot in the Park, Blithe Spirit, UIL Play Contest, Musical, NHS, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Starlet Capers, "A" Honor Roll 3. Starlets - Jr. Lieut., Concert Choir, JESTERS!, Stu- dent Council, Jr. Class V. Pres., Razz-Ma-Tazz, Thespians, Musical, NHS, TORCH, Band Show, Starlet Revue, Math Club, "A" Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance 4. Starlets - lst Sr. Lieut., Concert Choir, JESTERS!, TORCH, Student Council, Sr. Class Pres., Razz-Ma-Tazz - St. Director, Band Show, Musical, Thespians, Starlets on Broadway, Sr. Pub, NHS - Reporter, "B" Honor Roll, Runner-up Most Dependable, Superlative, Honor Graduate Sanders, Sandy - l. Deaf Pep Club, Drama 2. Deaf Pep Club, Drama 3. Deaf Pep Club, Drama 4. DeafCheerleader, Drama Scott, Scotty - l. Roller Skating Club, V. Foot- ball - Manager 2. V. Football - Manager, Band Show 3. V. Football Manager, Band Show 4, VICA Scott, Sheryl - l. Fresh. Class V. Pres., Choir, Blue Jackets. Thespians, David and Lisa, Roller Skating Club, Student Council, 1984, Freshman Follies, Winnie the Pooh 2. Starlets, Thespians, UIL One Act Play, Barefoot in the Park, NHS, Starlet Capers, Never Too Late 3. Starlets - Jr. Lieut., TORCH, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Thespians, Concert Choir, Band Show, Starlet Revue, Musical, Math Club, Student Council, NHS 4. Starlets - 2nd Sr. Lieut., TORCH - Editor, Sr. Class - Sec., Concert Choir - Trcas,, Stu- dent Council, Thespians, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Starlets on Broadway, Musitml, Who's Who in American Drill Team, FHA, Sr. Pub, NHS - Sec., "A" Honor Roll, Perfect Atten- dance, Runner-up Friendliest, Superlative, Honor Graduate Serpas, Lisa - 2. Volleyball 3. Sentinel, Starlets 4. Starlets, Sentinel, Band Show, Starlets on Broadway, FHA - V.Pres. Smith, Diana - 4. FHA, RCTC Smith, Leontyne - 4. FHA, HERO Sneed, Thea - l. Blue Jackets, Choir, Soccer, Roller Skating Club, Freshman Follies 2. Blue Jackets, Concert Choir, "B" Honor Roll, Razz- Ma-Tazz, Musical 3. Concert Choir, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Musical, Flag Corps, Spanish Club, FHA 4. Concert Choir Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, Spanish Club, FHA Steele, Charles - l. Basketball 2. J.V. Basket- ball 3. J.V. Basketball, FHA 4. V. Basketball, Honor Graduate Stokes, Robby - I. Choir, Freshman Follies, Computer Math Club, TORCH, Thespians, David and Lisa, Winnie the Pooh, 1984, Razz- Ma-Tazz 2. Concert Choir, SCOA, TORCH, UIL One Act Play, Thespians, Freshman Follies, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical 3. TORCH, JESTERS!, SCOA, Concert Choir, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Musical 4. TORCH, JESTERS!, Concert Choir, SCOA, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, NHS, Runner-up Most School Spirit, Superlative, Honor Graduate Stone, Camille - l, Choir, Freshman Follies, Blue Jackets, "B" Honor Roll 2. Concert Choir, Swim Team, "B" Honor Roll 3. HERO - Sec., "B" Honor Roll 4. HERO - Sec., "A" Honor Roll Stout, Ronald - l. Roller Skating Club, Freshman Follies, Choir 2. Concert Choir, Thes- pians, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical 3. Concert Choir, Thespians, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, We Were Young That Year 4, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Musical, Thespians, Concert Choir, Dracula, Bus Stop, UIL Contest Strickland, Vonda - 2. Red Cross, Track, "B" Honor Roll, 3. Red Cross 4. FHA - Pres. Suiter, Tammy - l, Blue Jackets, Ice Skating Club, Choir, Freshman Follies 2. J.V. Cheerleader, Treble Choir 3. J.V. Cheerleader - Co-captain, French Club, FHA 4, HERO T Taylor, Tina - 4. FHA Thompson, Robert Kevin - l. Latin Club, ROTC, Student Council, Color Guard 2. NHS, ROTC, Color Guard, 3. NHS, Spanish Club, Math Team, Color Guard, ROTC 4. NHS, Spanish Club, Math Team, ROTC, Runner-up Most Likely To Succeed, Honor Graduate Terry, Alison - l. Blue Jackets, Choir, Freshman Follies 2. Blue Jackets - Blue Jacket of the Year 3. Blue Jackets - Reporter 4. DECA Toole, Trisha - 3. Concert Choir, Musical 4. JESTERS!, Concert Choir, FHA, French Club, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Band Show, Musical Thomton, Karla - 4. OEA Torrez, Priscilla - 4. Deaf Cheerleader V VanSyckle, .lay - I. Football, JV Baseball 2. JV Football, Powerlifting 3. V. Football, Powerlif- ting, French Club 4. V. Football, V. Baseball, Powerlifting, French Club, Valentine Court, Starlets On Broadway, Runner-up Mr. Samuell, Superlative Vaughan, Samantha - l. Red Cross, FHA - Hist. 2. FHA A V. Pres., Outstanding Home Economics Student 3. FHA 4 V. Pres. 4. FHA - Pres. Verdell, Timothy - 4. FHA, V, Track, DECA Villarreal, Pearl - l. Blue Jackets, Roller Skating Club, Red Cross 2. FHA 3. FHA 4. HERO W Wallace, Mary - 3. FHA, Allied Youth 4. FHA Wallace, Mike - l. Football, Computer Math Club, Soccer 2. J.V. Football, Soccer 3. J.V. Football, Concert Choir, Powerlifting, FHA, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Spanish Club, Musical 4, V. Football, Concert Choir, Powerlifting, Spanish Club, Allied Youth, Soccer, Friendliest Walters, Tammy - l. Band 2. Band 3. Band, OEA 4. Band, FHA, OEA Walton, Teresa - 3. OEA, FHA 4. HERO, FHA Warren, Cheryl - l, FHA 2. DECA, FHA 4. FHA Warren, Gary - Z. ROTC 2. ROTC, Industrial Arts Club 3. ROTC, Powerlifting, Industrial Arts Club 4. ROTC, FHA, Industrial Arts Club, Runner-up Most Handsome Washington, Yolonda - l. ROTC 2. ROTC, DECA 3. FHA - Pres. Watson, Angela - 1, ROTC 2. ROTC 3. ROTC, FHA 4. FHA g Sec., HERO Watson, Marietta - l. Blue Jackets, Choir - V. Pres., Student Council, Thespians, Roller Skating Club, Freshman Follies 2. J.V. Cheerleader, Student Council, Thespians, Con- cert Choir, Musical, Razz-Ma-Tazz, NHS 3. Starlets, Concert Choir, JESTERS!, NHS, Stu- dent Council, Thespians, TORCH, Razz-Ma- Tazz, Starlet Revue, Musical, Math Club, Band Show 4. Starlets, Concert Choir, JESTERS! f Hist., Student Council, TORCH, Sr. Pub, Razz-Ma-Tazz g Student Director, Starlets On Broadway - Student Director, Band Show, Thespians, NHS, Musical - Student Director, Runner-up Best Dressed, Superlative, Honor Graduate, Outstanding Social Studies Student Watts, Kimberly - l. Deaf Pep Club 2. Deaf Pep Club 3. Deaf Pep Club 4. Red Cross, VOCCT f V. Pres., Deaf Pep Club - Pres., Superlative Weldon, Vincent - I. Football, Track 2. V. Football, Track, Powerlifting, FHA 3, V. Foot- ball, Track, Powerlifting 4. V. Football, Track, Powerlifting, Sr. Pub, lst Team All-District, Superlative White, Hope - l. FHA 2. FHA 3. FHA, Sen- tinel 4. Sentinel White, Joe - 4. Honor Graduate White, Nylonda - l. Soccer, ROTC, Thespians 2. ROTC, Thespians 3. DECA, ROTC 4. DECA White, Reginald - l. ROTC, 2. Color Guard, ROTC 3. Perfect Attendance, FHA 4. V. Football Williams, Frank - l. ROTC, Basketball 2. ROTC, V, Basketball, Industrial Arts Club 3. V. Basketball - 2nd Team All District 4. V. Basketball - All State Team, FHA, Runner-up Most Athletic, Superlative Wilson, Bridget - l, Orchestra. Red Cross, ROTC, "B" Honor Roll 2. ROTC, French Club. "B" Honor Roll 3. ROTC, NHS, FHA, French Club - Sec. 4. ROTC, French Club lfirst V. Pres., Runner-up Most Beautiful. Honor Graduate, Superlative. Outstanding French Stu- dent, Fl-IA -f V. Pres. Winters, Danny - 3. Math Club. Spanish Club. Allied Youth 4. Math Club, Spanish Club. Allied Youth Wright, Karen - l. Blue Jackets Z. Blue ,lackcts 3. Starlets,OEA 4. FHA, OFA, Starlets Woodruff, DeAnn - l. Bluc Jackets. Choir, Stu- dent Council, Roller Skating Club. I-'rcshman Follies, "A" Honor Roll 2. Blue Jackets. Trcblc Choir - Treas,, "B" Honor Roll, Student Coun- cil, Perfect Attendance 3. "B" llonor Roll, Starlets, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Concert Choir, Stu- dent Council - Treats., Starlet Ruvttt-, M usicttl 4. Starlets, Concert Choir - Pres, l-'IIA - Treas., Student Council Sec.. TORCH. Sr. Pub, French Club, "B" Honor Roll, Rtt::-Mu- Ta::, Musical, llonor Grudttztlc. Starlets on Broadway Woods. Sonji - l. I-'IIA 2. FHA, ROTC 3. FHA, ROTC 4. FHA, ROTC, Runner-up Most School Spirit Y Yarbrough, Darryl - 4. Swim Team A Adams, Rushunda ' 77, 258, 260 Adams, Sandra 0" 10, 306 Adkins, Alison " 315, 63 Agado, Maria " 63 Aguirre, .losett ' 77 Aguirre, Rochell " 62, 63, 255,254 Alexander, Angela ' 77 Alexander, Bart ' 77 Alexander, Donald " 63 Alexander, Dwight ' 77 Alexander, Mark ' 10, 77 Alexander, Sherry " " 17, 21, 310, 228 Alfaro, Eluid " 63 Allen, Arthur " 63 Allen, James ' 77 Allen, John " 63 Alonzo, Frances ' ' ' ' 17, 228 Amador, Carlos "" 17, 240, 258, 259, 260, 261, 227, 213, 201, 220. 329 Ammons, Rose "" 17, 256, 257,178,179 Anderson, Bruce ' 77, 315 Anderson, Cartinus "' 45,318 Ansley, Russell' 3, 77,358,261 Antonicelli, Lisa ' ' " 17, 231, 252, 257, 247, 246, 242, 229, 227, 329 Araujo, Diane ' 77, 314 Armstrong, Andrew " 63 Armstrong, Darwin "0 17ll61l7,l18,120,I21,I22, 214, 225 Armstrong, Sabrena 43, 302, 304 Arnold, Steven ' ' 63, 316 Arnold, Walter " 63 ana Arredondo, Elijah 0' 45 Arrington, Stacy " 63 Arterbury, David "' 45 Artis, Ray ' 77, 125 Asheraft, Eric " 315 Ashley, Jimmy " 63, 257, 179 Askew, David "' 45,49, 297,172,173,197,126, 127 Athey, Debbie ' 77, 298 Atkins, Kager " 63 Austin, Byron "' 58, 116, 117, 119,120,122 Austin, Reginald " 58,110,106,111,116,117,120 122, 330 Avila, Elvira " 63, 254 Aycock, David " 63, 316 Aynes, Cynthia ' 86, 250, 275 B Badgett, Cindy U" 17 Bagley, Stella ' " ' 17, 314, 257, 296, 293, 180, 172, 191, 206,228,199 Bailey, Dondy ' 77 Bailey, James ' ' " 17, 307 Bailey, Robert ' 153, 77, 141 354 Index Bain, Wesley " 63 Baker, Cheryl ' 77, 256 Ballard, Ametra "" I 7 Ballard, Tonya "' 45,253,252, 192.316 Ballew, Joel "' 152, 45, 44, 14, 251, 249, 174, 177, 288, 246, 287, 178, 192, 258, 259, 260, 261, 245, 181, 254, 242, 345 Bandru, Gina U" 17,310 Banks, Karen 314, 63 Barber, Traci ' 77 an Barfield, Elizabeth " 63 Barlield, Johnny "" 297, 228 Barger, Shane ' ' 63 Bar er Steve "' E - 150, 45, 44, 159, 252, 288, 112, 287, 288, 286, 245, 242,188 Barham, Paula "' 45, 310.311, 235 Barnes, Hubert ' 77, 315 Bamhart, Sheri "' 13,45,252,3I0, 311 Barnbart, Steve " 63, 172,l73, 130 Bamhill, Joe ' 77 Barr, Donald ' 77, 1 16, 122 Baskin, Kim ' 10 Baskin, Michelle " 275 Battles, Tvinia ' ' ' 45, 252, 253 Baty, Patrick ' 77, 125 Baxter, Sandi ' ' 56, 269, 273, 63 Bazan, Edric "" 313 Bazis, Albert ' "' 17 Beam, Scott ' 292, 31 5 Beckham, Nancy " 63 Bedford, Michelle "' 312, 297, 236 Bedwell, Donna ' 77 Bedwell, Tina ' 77 Bell, Greg ' I0 Bellah, Dorothy ' 77, 250, 293, 275 Bene, Chris " 6,63,131, 141 Bene, Keith " 6, 131 Bene, Kevin 63, 131 Benjamin, Jewel ' 77 an Benjamin, Melvin ' 77 Bennett, Shannon ' 77, 277 Benoit, Robert "U 17, 303, 309, 299, 223 Benoit, Tina "' 297. 298 Benson, Donnetta "' 45, 31 2 Benson, Stephanie ' 77,115,l34, 135 Bergeaux, Bubba ' Bergeaux, Terri "" 6,l7,155,15,159, 264, 263, 262, 265, 266, 252, 253, 176, 257, 297.299, 340,172, 218, 225 Berryhill, Rhonda ' 155, 77, 274, 276 Bevill, Christie " 10, 63, 298, 275,276,173 Billings, Beth 0" 17, 251, 297, 258, 259 Billings, Brenda ' 230, 77,276 Birdwell, Donna ' 77, 276 Bishop, Danny " 63 Black, Daron " 297 Black, Denise "" 18, 244, 245, 242, 213. 329 Black, Kathy "' 45, 300, 302, 303, 304 Black, Susan " 104,63,114, 115 Blacknall, Dennis "" 18,108,I09,106, 111,310,311 Blair, Charles "' 45,112, 245, 242, 126, 127, 128 Blanch, Barbi "' 45, 293, 294, 295, 297, 254, 183, 327 Blanch, Daniel ' 87, 77, 1 13 Blankenship, Kim "" 18 Blankenship, Rodney "" 18, 257 Blanton, Bryan ' 77, 256 Bluitt, Derek "' 45,109,106, 132, 133 Blunt, Yvonne "" 18, 297, 298, 316 Bobien, Diana " 63 Bobien, Dixie "" 18, 310, 31 1 Boland, Toni ' 77, 297, 277 Boleware, John " 63, 1 12, 132 Bolt, Tim ' 77 Booker, Carlton "" 18, 223 Borrego, Richard "" 18 Bowen,James ' 77, 1 I3 Boyd, Fonda " 63, 256, 268 Boyd, Jeff "" l8,24,149,150,151,41,155. I74,175,176,177, 257, 288, 236, 287, 291,192. 258, 259. 260, 261, 290, 244, 245, 242, 219, 223, 201, 207, 220, 329 Boyd, Karla ' 77, 314, 298, 222 Bradley, Carolyn 2, 6, 18, 264, 263. 262,265,266 Bradley, DeLynda " 63 anna Bradley, Janice "' 45, 44, 56, 268, 269, 270, 272. 273, 253, 252, 246, 180, 192, 245, 317, 316, 242, 222 Bradley, Ramona ' 77 Braswell, Lisa ' 76, 77, 292,246,276 Braswell, Missi ' 77, 292, 246,275 Breazeale, Ricky 0" 18, 305, 304 Brence, Terry 'U 45, 249 Brewer, Mary "" 257, 178, 179, 18 Bridges, Lynn "" 8, 19, 149, 150, 166, 4, 176, 168, 169, 170, 289, 288, 278, 280, 282, 281, 283, 284, 285, 279, 246, 282, 283, 287, 342, 344, 188, 213, 201, 221, 326, 329 Briggs, Angela "' 45 Briggs, Susan "" 19, 298 Brinkley, Kevin " 63, 298 Brisendine, Kevin ' 77, 113, 258, 261 Brisendine, Lori 46, 297, 282, 285,287 Brisendine, Sheila ' 77, 276 Brooks, Anthony "' 46,109,106,l1l,180 Brooks, Stephanie 19 ans ass: Brown. Angie ' ' ' 46, 249, 254 Brown, Billy " 63 Brown, Cherry " 10,157,153,166,63,62, 169. 297, 246, 285,138,139 Brown, Chris ' 77 Brown, Chris " 63, 257 Brown, Deanna 3,153, 76, 77, 292, 246. 275, 138 a Brown, Donnie "" ' 19,107,110,106,111 Brown, Henry ' 314, 185 Brown, James " 64, 254 Brown, James "0 19, 108, 106, 111, 143,254,223 Brown, .lennae "' 298 Brown, Jerry " 64 Brown, Marie ' 77 Brown, Monica " 77, 297,298 Brown, Phyllis "' 46,166,14,15,253,252.170, 171, 284, 285 Brown, Renee "" 4, 19, 21, 161, 252, 249.257, 288, 246, 287. 340, 254, 320, 194, 228, 322. 323, 319 Brown, Rodney ' 10, 77, 106 Browning, Rickey "' 46, 143 Browning, Vickie "' 46, 298 Bruner, Victor "" 165, 19 Bryant, Ritchie " 64, 179 Bryant, Sonja ' 77 Buchanan, Jennifer " 64 Buchanan, Kirk "' 149,150,46,44, 50.251, 253. 252, 174 176, 232, 289, 288, 287, 286, 180, 291, 290, 103, 260, 26l,332, 172, 173, 245, 181, 242,193,188.187,l86,220, 330 Burden, Donal 'U' 19, 224 Burke, Michael " 64 Burkett, Lana ' ' " 46, 54, 297 Burks, Valerie ' ' 64, 312 Burnett, Kristi ' 77, 115 Burns, Pino "0 19, 297, 237 Burns, Robert ' 77, 314, 220 Burns, Tammi ' 77 Burrell, Jacqueline "" 19, 46 Busch, Eddie "' 46, 254 Byers, Michelle 'U 46, 297, 298 Byrd, Mandy "' 10, l51,46,4, 14, 158, 253,252, 170, 289, 288, 247, 284, 287, 173, 172, 188, 194 C Caldwell, Robert " 64, 288, 287 Caldwell, Tammy ' 77 Campbell, Carl ' 153,77,140,14I,130 Camper, Cecil "' 46,112,132 Camper, Marcus "" ll,13,19,l56,l,107,106.111, 270, 252, 257, 235, 180,116, ll7,1l8,121,122,172,205, 215, 195, 229,126, 127,128 Camper, Vanessa ' 77 Cantu, Chris ' 77 Cantwell, Ray "' 46, 308, 309 Capers, Billy "U 19, 223 Carder. Karen "0 19, 162, 163, 256. 293, 295, 298, 341, 172, 182, 195, 183 Carlisle, Michael " 64, 130 Carlock, Mark "' 47, 252,181,126,127,128,129 Carney, Casey "' 47, 298,126,127, 128 Carol, Melissa " 6. 151, 64, 62, 289, 288, 246, 287, 144, 145, 173,323, 189, 186, 319 Carol, Terry ' 78, 251. 288, 287 Carpenter, Darla " 64 Carpenter, Samuel " 64 Carroll, Archie 'U' l3,156, l57,159,108,109, 106 270 Carroll, Clay ' 78 Carroll, Larry ' ' ' ' 19 Carrozza, Jeffrey " 64 Carter, Kristi ' 78 Carter, Marcus " 64 Carter, Sandra "" 20 Carter, Teresa "" 20, 310,31 1, 213 Casebolt, Chris " 64 Cash, Bill " 142 Castaneda, Renay " 298 Castellano, Carlos ' 78 Castellano, Wence " 13,270,64,126,127 Castleberry, Patricia ' 78, 256 Castro, Noah " 64 Cato, Katherine "' 47, 256, 257,179 Causey, Patricia "" 47, 249, 297,254 Caylor, Dana " 153,64 Chambers, David "' 47, 53, 184 Chancellor, Ronnie U" 20, 297, 254, 126, 127, 128, 329 Chandler, Sue " 64 Chaney, Ka "' 47,249 Chang, Alex "' 47, 251. 245, 242 Chang, Lucy ' 78 Chapman, Ada ' 78 Chapman, Scot " 151, 64, 176, 174, 288, 287, 258 259, 261,220 Chapman, Stacy "" 9, 20, 149, 151, 41, 14, 293, 295 174, 175, 288, 287, 286, 291, 258, 259, 261, 290, 345, 202, 193,195,189,187,186, 201, 324, 326 Chavez, Martha ' 78 Cheatwood, Charles ' 78 Cherry, Greg ' 314, 260 Cherry, Paul "' 47 Childress, Jamie 0 159, 64, 112, 143, 254,126, 127, 128 Chisolm, Brian " 65, 3 I 6 Chisolm, Keith " 65 Christensen, Anita " 65 Churchwell, Mike "' 47, 144, 192,245,242 Cisneros, Cecilia "" 20, 310, 31 I Cisneros, Rafael ' 78 Clancy, Mary " 65, 277 Clark, Billy ' 78 Clark, Darryl "' 47 Clark, Dean ' 78, 252 Clark, Michael "0 20. 293, 294 Clark, Mike " 65 Clark, Tom " 130 Clay, Fonda "" 20, 306 Clay, Lacey " 11, 65,298,145 Clayton, Michael " 6, 131 Cleveland, Vickie "' 47, 297 Fivecoat, Jimmy ' Cleveland. Willie ' 78 Clinkscales, Linda "" 16, 20, 136, 137, 342, 255. 254. 227,201,329 Coates, Stephanie "' 47. 250. 298. 274, 277. 254 Coates, Tammy "" 20,155.1, 250, 298. 274. 254 Cobb, Jamie "" 20, 158 Cobb. Leslie " 65 Cobb, Steven ' 78 Cobbin. Keith " 65 Coburn. Kim "" 16,20,231.32,149.41.241.88, 177 57 253,252,174. ,2 ,239. 246. 287. 286. 291. 103. 258. 340. 259. 260, 261. 290,24-1. 242. 196.193, 216.195,189. 186.227, 213, 207, 221 Coffel. Mike ' 78, 86,331 Coffman. Jennifer "" 20, 293, 294, 295. 257, 289. 297 287, 228 Colbert, Weldon "' 47, 239 274, 276, Coleman. 47 Coleman, 48 Coleman, Duane "' Hazel "' Kevin "" 21,24I,3I4,315, 180 Coleman, 78, 256 Linda ' Coleman, Stephanie ' 134,135 Crear, Yolanda ' 78, 297 Crockett, Yolanda " 65 Crook, Steve ' 78 Crouch, Shannon ' 78,294 Crouch, Sherri " 65, 190, 221 Crowder, Clifford " 256, 65 Crowe, Cassie ' 78.295, 274, 276. 182. 183 Crowley, Mark ' 314, 137 Crowley. Mary ' 78 Crowley, Shannon " 48, 136 Cruz, Gloria "" 6, 21,3l, 155, 1, 15. 264, 263 262. 265, 266, 176, 257, 297. 246, 202, 225 Cruz, Mary 0" 21, 184, 185 Cullipher, Melody "' 48, 312 Culton, Tonya " 65. 298 Cummings. Cheryl " 65 Cunha. Darlene "' 48, 297 Current. Christi "' 13, 55.48,232,138, 139.254 Current, David " 15.65, 141. 319 Curry, Michael ' 78 Daniels, Kris ' Duffey. Jimmy Collier, Shelley " 65, 312, 277 Conner, Jason ' 78, 1 13 Conner, Scott "" 21 Contreras, Joe "' 48, 178 Cook, Eugene "" 21 Coo1ey,Slvell " 65, 298,172,173 Coonrod. Robert ' 78, 315 73- 37- Durham, Chantay ' Cooper, James ' 78 Cooper, Sherrin " 65, 313 Cooper. Tim " 65 Cope, Harvey ' 78 Cork, Ken "' 48 IJ Dale. Susan ' 78 Dandridge, Jerri "" 1l,21,315, 297,298 Dandridge, Yolanda ' 78 Daniels, Annie ' 78,138 , 139 Daniels, Kim "" 21,214 78, 257, 179 Dansby, Kelvin "' 13. 48. Dansb 110.106, 234. 261 Ta uita y. Q " 56, 268.269, 270, 271, 272. 2 315,65,222 Darby. 65 Mike " Darden. Cornelia ' 113 Cox, Wesley ' Cornish. Pamela "" 21. 35, 297. 298, 227 Coronado, Eddie " 172,173.197, 65 Cortez, Roland " 65 Couch, Harold " 65 Courson, Donna " 65 Courson, Tommy ' 78 Courtney, Connie "" 13, 21, 165, 256. 257. 178. 179 Cousins, Chris ' 78 Cowan, Trisha " 65, 232 Cox, Lori " 297 Davis, Sheree " Fspinoza, Cynthia ' 78,113 Craig, Duana ' 78 Crawford. Almon ' ' 65. 142 Crawford, April " 65 Crawford. George ' 78 Crawford, Kim "" 21, 150, 156, 157, 161, 166.4. 176.257,168,169.l71.297. 278. 280, 282. 281, 283, 284. 285, 279, 246, 282, 283, 284. 244, 245.254, 242, 344, 206. 213,221 Crawford. Monica ' 61, 78. 274 Crawford. Steve "' 48, 306, 308 Creamer. Wanda "' 48 Davault, Larry ' 78 Davenport, Tammy "' 48. 298, 287 Davidson. Lori "" 313 Davidson, Sherri ' 78, 298. 275 Davis, Anthony "' 48. 313 Davis, Demetria "' 48 Davis, Donna ' 104, 78, 1 15. 134 Davis, Eldred "' 48 Davis, Jackie "' 297, 298 Davis, Karen ' 79 Davis. Kealvin ' 79 Davis, Lashon " 66, 257. 179 Davis, Marcel ' 79, 177, 258, 261.195 Davis, Rosalind "" 73. 22, 252, 244, 254. 242, 227, 213 66, 221 Davis, Willie " 258, 260 Dean, Robin " 249, 66, 274, 287, 189, 186 DeLaRosa. Juan ' 79, I 13 DelCastillo. Raymon " 66 Dellinger, Joe " 106, 66 DeMond, Shauna "" 22.251, 314.244, 242.213 Denton, Theresa "" 22 Derryberry. Natalie "" 22. 249. 310, 31 1, 299, 244, 242 199 Diaz, Johnnie " 66 Dillard, Latrica ' ' ' 259 Dirickson, Jarvita ' 79 Ditmars, Jason ' 79 Ditmars, Rusty "" 22,30.156.157.109.110.106. 111, 254. 225. 201 Dixon, Brenda " 66 Dixson. Alesia " 66 Dockins. Wendy ' 79, 292 Dodson. Tina " 62, 66 Dollgener, Sherry "' 4, 48. 166, 253, 252, 295. 169, 297, 246, 287, 284, 288. 293 Dominguez, Danny ' 79, 1 13, 130 Donahue, Bridget " 315, 66, 298 Donahue, Corin " 66, 238 Donaldson, Paul "' l3,157,48,I09,110,106. I11. 270, 249,245. 181,242 Dooley, Michael ' 79, 315 Dorrough, Melissa "' 46, 48, 56, 268, 269, 270. 271. 273, 249, 298, 246, 254, 197. 222, 327 Doughty. Cherri " ' ' 22, 250, 298 Doughty, Sandra ' ' 250, 66, 274 Drake, Trina " 66 Dreer. Sandi ' ' ' ' 22, 231. 293, 294, 295, 257.287 316. 187, 227. 213 Duarte, Norma ' 79 Duckworth, Gina " ' ' 22 ..- 49, 254 Duncan, Jimmy "' 49, 136 Duncan. Latasha " 114,1I5,I34,135. 181,152 Duncan, Lonnnie 79, 314, 125 Duncan, Monty ' 79 s 79. 257, 179, 222 E Earl, Cynthia " 66 Earls, Donnie " 66 Edington. Tammie " 66 Edwards, Bryan ' 141 Edwards, Douglas ' 297 Ellis, llolly "" 22, 313, 225 Ellis, Katrina " 298 Ellison, Chris ' 79 English. Keith ' 79 Ervin. Ursula " 66, 312 l-lscareno, Raul "' 49 157, 240. 76, 79, 292. 246, 276. 196 Espinoza, Sherian "" 22, 246. 287. 288. 341. 254, 225 Euziere, Mark "' 49, 110, 106, 252, 245, 242 Evans, Alycia ' 79. 5. 314, 234, 222,327 Evans,John ' 79, 314 Evans, Rodney " 1 12, 132 Evans, Ronald " 1 12 F Fallin, Robert "" 22,28,157.105,167,109, 106 192, 341, 143, 223, 217, 328 Fallin, Terri ' 79. 101, 201 Farrell, Tracy "' 49. 304 Feagin, Joe 0" 22. 308, 309 Featherston, Cindy "" 23. 310, 31 1 Featherston, William ' 79, 136, 137 Ferguson, Kevan ' 79, 256,252,130 Ferguson. Rad "' 49, 192, 316 Figueroa, Joey "' 126. 127 Finley, Roger ' 79, 113, 132,254 Finley, Russell ""' 6, 23. 249. 257. 131, 132, 254. 223 Finney. Dewayne ' 86. 79 Fitzgerald, David "' 49, 252, 297 86. 79 Flener, Candis "' 49, 292 Flener, Shannon ' ' ' 49 Flores, Alfredo ' 315 Flores, Belinda " 292 Flournoy, Steve ' 79 Floyd, Shannon ' ' 153, 66, 221 Folmar, Alton " 313 Ford, Gerald "' ' 12, 23. 102, 103, 293, 294, 295. 298,l44,181,183, 207, 329 Fort, Derrick "" 23, ll 1, 298 Fortner, Roger ' 292, 315 Fortune. Terri "' 49 Foster, Farron ' 79 Fox, Jerrye ' 79 Franklin, Stacy ' 79 Fredrick, Kim ' ' ' 49, 250, 252.287.144,189 Freeman, Gerald "" 23. 297, 227 Friday. Jessie ' 79, 138, 146 Fuller, Christia ' 5, 79, 84, 314, 222. 327 G Gamble, Letrice ' ' 315 Gamez, Arturo ' 79 Gantt, Vinson ' 79 Garcia, Esmeralda "' 185 Garcia, Fructuoso ' " ' 23, 297 Garcia, Julian "' 49 Garcia. Mel ' 79, 314 Garcia, Rodolfo ' 79 Garden, Charles ' 79,261 Garner, Kevin "' 49, 252. 297 Gibbs, David "' 7. 49, 261 Gibson, Anthony " 58 Gibson, Sandy " 151,166.159, 293, 294, 66. 282. 285, 287. 245, 242,221 Gifford, Stormy "' 49, 308. 309 Gilliam, Nancy "" 23,257,178. 179 Goans, Nancy ' 79, 275 Goans, Terry ' 79 Godbey, Rodney ' ' 66, 329 Godbey. Ron ' 79 Godbey, Sherri "' ' 21, 23, 161. 303. 226 Golden, Craig "" 23,148.149,150.41,249. 177, 289, 288, 287. 286, 290, 291. 332, 173.244, 254. 242, 320, 323, 197, 203.193, 219.189,188. 225, 227, 213, 222. 326, 319 Goldman, Evetta " 66 Gonzales, Irma "' 50, 298 Gonzales, Margarita "" 23 Gonzales, Ralph "" 23, 257 Gonzales, Stephanie ' 80, 138, 139 Gonzales, Emilio "' 50, 298,254 Goodson, Elizabeth "" 23 Goolsby, Sheryl " 66. 318 Gordon, William " 315. 66. 257 Gothard. Jeffery ' 315 Gowans. Marsha ' ' ' 50 Graham, Danette ' 80, 134, 135, 325 Graham, Jennifer ' 240, 80, 275, 277, 328 Graham, Tian ' 80 Gray. Van ' 80 Green. Anthony "' 109, 106 Green. Randall "" 12, 24, 109. 162, 163. 106, 293, 294,295,144,340. 182, 206. 216, 183, 225, 200. 325 Greenlee, Wanda "' 50, 255, 254 Grellg- Barbra "' I56,157,147.166. 50, 14, 252. 248.170, 246, 284. 287, 288. 178, 197, 188 Griffin, Chris ' 80 Grifling, Byron ' 80, 314 Grimes. Gary "' 50, 313 Crimes, Kim "' 50. 306, 307 Grimes, Loretta " 66, 275 Grizzle, Michael "" 24 Gudino, Baltazar "" 24. 254 Guerra, Joseph "' 50, 306, 307 Garrett, Michael "" 23,305 301,244,227,219,21 Garrett, Mitchell 'U' 23 Garrett Pam ' 155,152,79,298,275.134.13 Gatewood, Judy "' 49, 297 Gatewood, Sharon ' 79 Germany, Bryan ' 79. 172,173. 196 Gibbs, Cymii ' 76, 79, 292, 246. 277, 276 Guerrero. Dolores " 66 Guerrero, Dora ' 80, 146 Guinn, Richard ' 80, 144, 145 Gunstanson, Karen "" 6, 24, 31. 155, 264, 262. 265. 266. 263. 257. 312. 326 Guynes, Brian "" 24, 312 Gwaltney. Nancee " 252, 66 H llaire, Sharletta " 67, 312 Hairgrove, Beth "" 6, 24, 149. 155, 241, 264. 265. 266, 263, 262, 174, 175, 176, 257, 289, 287, 291, 290, 192, 103, 340. 172. 244, 242.193. Index 355 Henry, Richard "0 216, 189.213, 207, 222 Hall, Bryan "0 24, 313 Hall, Grady "" 24, 256, 178 Hall, James U" 24 Hall, Lisa "' 50, 250, 297, 298, 299, 276 Hall, Patricia " 67, 235, 316 Hamby, Mike ' 80 Hamilton. Greg "" 24, 232 Hamilton, Monica ' 152, 80, 1 15, 277,276 Hampton, Devon ' 80. 180 Hansen, Karen " 136. 137. 67 Harden, Melvin "' 50. 109, 110, 106 Hargis, David ' 80 Harmon, Bo "" 7, 8, 24, 263, 266. 265, 262, 257. 320, 203, 219, 199, 222, 322, 319 Harper, Scott "' 50, 297 Harris, Eldred ' 80, 315 Harris, Pamela "' 50, 297 Harris, Victoria ' 80, 256 Harrison, Darrell 24, 297, 298,214 Harvey, David ' 80 nan: Hatfield, Gary "0 24, 307, 221 Hathorn, Doug " 67, 178 Hatzenbuehler, Paul " 67, 130 Hawkins, Brax "" 25, 307 Hawthorne, Corey ' 80. 292, 315 Hawthorne, Darcus "" 25, 310, 31 1 Haynes, Hope "' 46, 56. 50, 268, 269, 271, 272, 222 Haynes, Toi "" 25, 156, 37, 253, 252, 314, 257, 297,192,244, 242. 217, 195, 213, 200 Head, Jerrye ' 80, 84 Head, Tcrayn ' 80 Hein, Julie ' 185 Henderson, Bohby ' 80 Henderson, Carl ' ' ' 50,136, 249, 245, 242 Henderson, Chris " 6,105,67,112.131,143 Henderson, Janelle ' 80, 276 Henderson, Robby " 67 Henderson, Tammy ' ' ' ' 25, 315 Henley, Rodney " ' 51 Hennen, Jeff ' ' " 7, 25, 258, 261 Henries, Debra ' 80, 296 Henries, Robert "" 25, 185 Henry, Michael " 67 11, 25, 141, 254 Henry, Steven "' 51.257, 318 Hensley,Janet "" 25 Henyard, Verma "' 312, 297, 298 Hernandez, Alonzo "' 51 Hernandez, Carlos ' 80 Hernandez, Leticia "' 161, 51. 252. 312, 298, 247, 246, 287. 192 Hernandez, Norma "' 51. 252, 298 Hernandez, Pete ' 80 Herrera, Susie ' ' ' ' 25, 254 356 Index Herring, Kandy "' 51, 296, 291, 298 Hester. Robert "' 51, 141. 254 Hickman, Pam ' 9, 80. 115 Hickman, Rodney "" 25, l05,108, 106, 225 Hicks, D. D. "' 167,166, 50, 51, 237, 246. 282, 284, 172, 173, 222 Hicks, Pam "' 165, 51,318,178 Higginbotham, David "" 25, 297, 172, 141. 225 Higgins, James ' 80, 125 Hill, Beverly "" 25 Hill, Charles ' 80 Hill, Charlotte "' 51, 312 Hill, Rodrick ' 80 Hill, Shellie U" 12, 26, 165, 267, 257,179,342 222 Hoard, Rhonda ' 80, 172, 173 lloard. Rodney " 152, 297, 298, 190, 67 Hobbs, Tawanna "" 26, 341, 185, 201 Hocker, Justin " 67 Hodge, Kelvin ' 80 Holland, Terry "" 26,108,110,106,225 Hollins, Cedric "' 51.l04,116,1l7,121,122 Holloway, Otis "" 26 Holt, Machelle " 67, 257, 179 Homan, Mark ' 80 Hooker, Cliff "' 51, 249, 233,126,127 Hooper, Kenneth "" 26, 223, 224 Hope, Priscilla ' 80, 277 Hopkins, Tierney ' ' ' 147,44,161,166,51,252, 170, 171, 296, 297, 246,282 Hoppert, Lisa 0" 8,20,26.I48, .241,1,l67 109 264 149 , ,263. 262, 265. 266. 98. 257 288 293, 295,175, , 289, . 238, 246, 287, 291, 290, 192, 340, 243, 244, 316, 242, 205. I93,217,195,189,188,187. 194186 228 213 , , , .200.222.327 Ilouston. Charlotte ' 298 Howie, Deanna ' ' 67 Hudson, Linda " 67 Huey, Cathy "H 21,26.310,311,289,287 Hughes, Tony " 313 llullett, Brandie ' 80. 274. 276 Hulse, Perry " 67 Hulse, Ray ' 80. 1 I3 Hulsey, Marty "' 308. 309 Hultsman, Troy 67, 298 Humphrey. Kristi ' ' ' ' 26.301, 303, 244, 326 Hunt, Denise " 67 an Hunt, Leigh Anne "U 192, 199, 326 Hunter, Betty "' 51 Hunter, Tony "U 26, 249 Hurd, Annette " 67 Hutchinson, Norman ' 80 Hyles, Steve ' "' 7, 8, 26,149,15, 249,176,192 258, 261, 341, 173, 243, 244, 242, 320, 321, 218, 225, 207, 221,325,323,319 I Ibanez, Claudia " 67, 254 Ibanez, Jose "" 26. 308, 309 Ibarra. Magaly " " 26 Isaacs, Barbara "" 27, 310, 31 1 Isbell, Jimmy " 68. 185 lvy, Linda "' 51, 252, 298 J Jackson, Angie ' 152, 80. 258,259 Jackson, Anner " 68 Jackson, Charlotte " 315. 222 Jackson, Donna " 1 15 Jackson, Greta ' ' 68. 298 Jackson, Jamie ' 80, 96, 298 Jackson, Jerry "" 27 Jackson, Leslie ' 80, 275 Jackson, Ronda "' 48, 56, 51. 268, 269, 271. 252. 253, 312, 298 Jackson, Wen "' 52, 312, 298 Jackson, Yolanda ' 160, 80, 1 14, 115 Jacobs, Tracie ' 80 Jaggers,TamIa "" 7.11, 27,149,248,174,257, 238, 246. 287, 291, 258, 259, 261, 290. 341, 244. 242,202,193 James, Alfred "" 27,155,107, 106,111,232,116, 119, 122, 132, 133, 195, 226, 325 James, Verita "' 156, 157, 52. 252. 312, 169, 284. 245, 242,222 Jarmon, Jeffery "' 52,185 Jeffery,Joe " 12, 58, 68,124 Jeffery,Tony "' 52,112,124 Jeffrey, Karen "" 27, 297, 298,225 Jemmerson, Norris ' 80, 314, 132 Jenkins, Julia "' 52 Jenkins, Sherry ' ' ' 52 Jenkins, Sylvia "' 52, 159, 297, 298, 239 Jennings, Scott ' 80 Jimison, Patrick " 230, 314, 68, 232 Jocoy, David ' 80 Johnson, Billie "" 27, 231,88, 253, 252, 192, 243. 244, 242, 203, 217, 195, 227, 213 Johnson, Bob"" 27 Johnson, Cedric ' 80 Johnson, Charles "" 27,109,106.1lI Johnson, Clay 258, 259 Johnson, Cletis " 68 nan Johnson, David "' 52, 141 Johnson, Delania " 152, 314, 68, 191 Johnson, Edward "" I 27, 107, 06 Johnson, Erbie ' 80, 256 Johnson, Esther "' ' 28, 316 Johnson, Frank ' ' ' 5, l08,1 09.110, 106, 124,222 Johnson, Glen ' ' ' 52 Johnson, Gloria ' 134,135 Johnson, Janice ' 232 Johnson, Johnny ' ' 68 Johnson. Kenneth ' 80 Johnson. Norma ' ' ' ' 28, 31 5 Johnson, Patricia ' 81, 315 Johnson, Rod 'U' 28 Johnson, Tim "' ' ' 297, 298 Johnson, Tracy " 68 Johnston, Damon "" 22, 28, 240, 252, 174, 175, 177, 258, 261 Jones, Alicia ' 81 Jones, Anthony "' 52 Jones, Brian "' 52, 235 Jones, Brian ' 81. 173,172,254 Jones, Bryan "" 28, 313 Jones. Craig ' 81, 86 Jones, Gwen " 230, 68 Jones, Joanna "" 28. 310. 31 1 Jones, John 81, 1 12 Jones, Michelle ' 134 Jones, Regina " 68 Jones, Richard "" 28 Jones. Stacy "' ' 28 Jones, Stephan ' 81 Jones. Tameka ' 81 Jones, Tina "' 299 Jones, William ' 81, 252 goplin, Donald ' 1 Julsen, Shannon " 249, 68, 246, 275, 254 Jurik, Fred 'U' 28. 232 K Keeton, Jay ' 81, 130 Keeton, Jesse " 68 Keierleber, Damian ' 81 Kellum, Pam " 12, 292, 68, 180 Kelly, Tanya " 68 Kennedy. Sherry " 68, 257, 179 Kent. Annette ' 81, 292, 276 Kent, Richard ' 8 1 Kephart, Holly "' 52, 318 Kerbow, Alex ' 81 Kessee, Tony ' 10, 81, 136 Kettle, Bryan " 68 Key, Joel ' 81, 1 13 Key, Mary "" 28, 293, 294 Killebrew, Shannon ' 240. 81, 298, 275. 276 Kimble, Benjamin " 68 Kimbrough, Alice " 68 King, April ' 81 King, Janet ' 315, 68, 298 King, Michael "' 52. 14. 1 12 Kirkwood, Jeff "' 240, 52, 174, 175, 177, 258, 259. 260, 261, 220 Kissentaner, Keith "' 164, 52,318,179 Knight, Tracy "" 28. 296. 301, 302 Krannich, Lisa ' 81, 276 Kuykendall, James " 68 Kuykendall, Michelle ' " ' 28 Kuykcndall, Richard " 68, 130 Kuykendall, Ronda "' 53, 300, 303, 304 Kuykendall. Virgil' 81 L Lamay, Michelle ' 81,292, 136, 137 Lambert, Christi ' " 53, 257, 318 Lamkins, Gregory ' 81 Land. Darren " 68. 112. 124 Lane, Dave U" 13, 36, 297, 237, 126. 127, 128 Landgford, Tyrone " 68. 112, 132, 184,222 Langreder, Kenneth " 162, 163, 293. 294,68,124, 183 Langston, Jana " 152, 69, 276 Lawrence, John "" 7, 29, 173 Lea,Jeffery "0 308, 309 Lea, Juanita " 69 Leaks, Ramona "" 29. 167, 289, 297, 298, 287, 180 341, 203,216,198 Leal, Robert "" 53, 285, 195 Leal, Roland ' 81 Ledyard, Tammy " 147,166,159, 69, 169, 278, 285 287, 188 Lee, Justin ' 81 IA:-egood, Keith "" 29,165,178, 141 l,el'ils,James "' 53 Lennox, Eric "" 29, 298 Lester. Helen "" 313 Lewis. Clifton ' 8 I Lewis, Kenetha ' 81, 276 Lewis, Kimberly ' 81, 298 Lewis, Leonard ' 81 Lewis, Sharon ' "' 29 Lewis, Tammy " 69, 318 Lewis, Terence " 1 12, 132 Lightfoot, Robert 0 69 Lim, Sun "' 53, 250, 252, 293, 294, 246, 192 316 Limon, Cristela "' 53. 254 Lindley, Bill "" 2, 7, 29, 148, 149.41,34, 154, 153 263 262 266 155 ,,,, 265, , 264, 293, 295, 174, 175, 177, 257, 169, 288, 237, 287, 335. 336, 291, 290, 341, 172, 320. 202, .215,189,187, , 193 186 214, 225, 348, 199, 222, 220. 323, 319 Lindsey, Matt "' 147,44,53,251. 293,29-1, 136. 137, 249.247, 246, 178.192, 245, 181, 242. 327 Lindsey, Rhonda "" 29. 150, 4, 15, 167,2-18, 249, 281, 282, 283, 341, 254. 323. 204, 226, 221,322,319 Linker, Lynelle "" 29. 257 Linwood, Regina "" 29 Lipscomb, Michelle " 56. 268. 269.270, 272, 69, 222 Lisenbe, Jerry "' 53.162,163,293,294,295, 183 Liston, Richard " 69. 313 Little. Brent ' 81, 254, 326 Littrell, Darla U" 313 Littrell, Karla "" 6.29.31 156187154153 159. 264, 263. 262. 265, 266, 297. 298 Locke, Karen " 69 Lockhart, James ' 81 Lockmiller, Lisa "' 161,166,53,252, 248.170,171, 297, 246. 282, 284 Lofton,Jel'f"" 29, 308, 309 Lofton, Lisa ' 81 Long, Kevin ' 8 1 Long, Ronnie "' 53, 297 Long, Tracey ' 81, 276, 330 Lopez. JoAnn ' 81 Lopez, Rudy " 293.294, 295, 69. 182 Lott. Inetta " 314,69 Love, Charles ' 82. 252, 142 Lote,JoAnn "' 53, 252. 312, 297. 298 Love, Regina " 5 Love. Richard "' 6, 53, 251, 253, 252, 293, 294. 249, 297, 192. 142, 182 Lovell, Richard " 241, 315, 69, 297, 220 Loy, DeLynn 'U' 28, 342, 332, 254, 1 1. 287. 189. 224, 228, 326 Lozano, John ' 9 Luera, Ted ' 230 Lyhrand, Misty ' 82 Lyles,James "U 19,29,148,149,157,41,176, 291. 290, 193, 206, 188, 228, 200 hd Mabary, Brian ' 82, 1 13 Macias, Maria "' 53 Macon, Cheryle "" 29, 306, 298 Macon, Floyd "' 53,58,116. 117,1l8.120. 122 Main, Sherry " 69, 316 Malone, Sharon "U 30 Maloney, Wallace "' 54, 297, 233. 254. 130 Maloy, Adolphus "" 30. 297 Manes, Renee "' 5,147,166,54,253.252. 170, 171.297, 284, 245. 242 Mankin, Amy "" 305, 301, 300, 302, 242. 218,213 Mann, Jeff "' 54, 293, 294,136, 287. 288 82 Martinez, George " 69 Martinez, Henry ' 7, 82, 258, 261 Martinez, Letty ' 82.292, 315,298 Martinez. Mario ' 80, 178 Martinez, Marisa U" 30, 256. 257, 249, 332,254,320 323, 204, 227, 322, 319 Martinez, Matthew ' 82, 178, 141 Mathews, Melissa "' 54 Mathis, Cerrita "U 30 Mathis, Monya "' 151, 54, 252, 169, 170, 289. 287, 288, 188, 221 Mauer, Mark ' 82 Maurer, Kelley U" 10, 12, 16, 231.311, 150, 147, 166. 293 294 176, 257, 168, 1,4 169, 171,2119, 237, 278, 280, 281, 283, 282, 284. 279, 285, 246, 287, 336, 342, 243. 244, 242 344 320 323,216,195. 188,227.228,213,200,207, 221,319 Maurry, Donna ' 82 Maxam, Rnbin "" 30, 310, 31 1, 200 May. Tonya " 69 Mayers, Phyliss " 69. 297, 298 Mays. Belinda ' 76, 82, 292,276 Mays, Windifer "' 54, 298 McAnaIly, Susan " 249, 70, 245,242 McCall. Marla ' 82 McCarter, Billy "" 7, 31, 153, 15, 174, 176, 257, 288, 287, 286. 258. 261, 341, 188,221 McClllng,Sherry U" McMullen, Christene ' 82, 315 McNeal, Nancy """ 54. 256 McPherson, lleathcr U" 31. 306, 307 Medrano, Linda "' 289 Meeks, Royce 54 Melaun, Gayla 0" 31.257,178.179 Mendez, Marcus ' aaa 82 Menzel, Monty ' 82 Merimon, Michael " 315. 136, 70 Meza, Carmel "' 54 Meza, Martin ' 82 Meza, Theresa ' 82 Meza, Tina " 70. 254 Mick, Shawn "" 31, 173,317,316 Miles,CristaI ' l53,82, 275 Miles, Kevin "0 7. 16, 26, 31. 149. 41. 289, 239, 287, 288, 286, 290, 291, 258. 26l,254, 193,326 Miles, Lisa ' 82 Miles, Stephen " 3l5,70,116,l19,120.121.122 Miller, Catherine ' 82, 275 Miller, Charles " 70,112 Miller, Curtis "U 8, 31, 39,154,256, 257, 263, 262, 265, 266, 293, 295, 249, 236, 287, 288, 286, 340, 172, 254, 320, 323, 223, 187. 227, 31 Miller. David "" 8, 13, 16,31, 167, 162, 163,270 263, 262, 265, 266. 293, 295. 136,137,175,177,257,197, 205, 183, 199, 326. 329 Miller, Mendi "" 31,307 McClurkan. Alicia " 70 McCollum, Ricky " 313 McCoppin, Gina ' 82, 131,259 McCown, Terry ' 155, 82, 274, 276 McCoy, Diane " 70 McCoy, Fred ' 82 McCoy, Heath ' 82. 1 13 McCoy, Mary "' 54, 306 McCoy, Michael "" 31 McCoy, Pam " 314, 70, 298, 222 McCoy, Tonya ' 82, 274. 276 12, 16, 229 Miller, Randall ' 82 Miller, Rhonda ' 240, 82, 85. 277, 276. 192. 138. 139 Miller, Robin "" 21, 32, 161, 306, 307 Miller, Sharon " 160, 1 14, 1 I5 Miller, Sonja "" 32, 178, 198 Miller, Todd ' 82 69V 297 Montalvo, Ricky Manning, Tenesa ' 82, 114, 134 Mansell, Nelson "' 54, 318 Maples, Stacey " 69 Marett, Earl "" 301, 304 Markham, Tommie "" 30, 257 Marsh, Rita "' 12, 54,298,144,145 Marshall, Chizelle ' 1 15 Martel, Roxanna "' 56, 54, 268, 269, 270, 273, 312 Martin. lda "" 30. 297 Martin, Pamela ' 82, 275 Martin, Ricky ' 87. 82, 113, 287. 288 Martin, Sean "" 30 Martin, Sonja " 69,312 Martinez, Anna " McCullough, Ferlinda " 70, 312 McFarland, Les " 6, 241, 253, 252. 315, 136, 70. 131, 246, 190. 220 McGahey,Joel "" 31, 308, 309 McGary, Derrick ' 82 McGhee, Rena 0" 31, 314, 315. 191, 190 McGhee. Stephanie ' 82, 84, 314 McGinn, Gregory ' 82, 314 McGowan, Steve 'U' 31, 304, 223,328 McHone, Tammy " 162,163, 293, 294, 70, 287 Martinez, Canuto U" 30, 254 Martinez, Diana " 69,115.178.179,138, 139.222 Martinez, Elizabeth ' McKelvey, 82 Joyce ' McKenzie, Jeff " 70 McKinney. Melvin ' 82 McKnight, Kim ' 240. 82 McKnight, Richard " 70 McLemee, Paige "" 306 McMillan, LaTanya ' 314, 70 Millican, Ronald " 70 Milligan, Jason ' ' ' ' 32, 318, 223 Mills, Tommy ' 82, 258, 259 Mitchell, Carolyn "' 54, 252,314,222 Mitchell, Casey ' 82 Mitchell, Denise ' 82 Mitchell, John ' 82 Mitchell, Kenneth U" 32,116,119,122.123,325 Mitchell, Kim "' 13, 164, 51, 54, 1, 257, 179, 245 242, 320, 323, 195, 322,319 Mitchell, Latruneia " 230, 70. 312 Mitchell, Peggy "' 54, 306, 307 Mokry, Donald ' 82 Mokry, Ronald ' 82 Monette. Earnest ' 82. 125 Montalyo, Dinah "" 32, 253, 257. 252, 249, 326 Montalvo. Marlene " " 297 Montalvo, Miguel " 70 xx 62, 254 Moody,Janice "' 55 Moore. Christopher ' 82,1 1 3 Moore. Kedra ' 82. 297, 190 Moore, Lara " 151, 293, 294, 295, 70, 169. 170. 278, 285, 287 Moore, Melissa ' " 55, 252, 297 Moore, Penny U" 32 Moorelield, Gary ' ' ' 55 Morgan, Angela U" 32, 310, 31 I, 340, 213 Morgan, Donald 0' 55, 249. 174, 258, 259. 261. 220 Morgan, Gayla ' 82, 222 Morgan, Ken "" 55 Morgan, Lydia " 70 Morgan, Scott "' 149, 55. 47. 237. 141 Morris, Kristin """ 32, 310. 31 1. 338. 229, 326 Morris, Michael " 70. 239 Morris. Russell "' 55 Morrison, Donald " 70 Morrison, Sandra ' 82, 275. 277. 328 Morton, Danny ' 83 Morton, Mike " 70 Moses, Chris "' 55, 315 Moses, Karla "' 32. 307 Moss, Kay "" 32. 297, 316 Mudgett, Patricia "' 55, 312, 297 Murray, Cathy " 165, 96, 70 Murray, Todd ' 3, 293, 294. 258, 261 Myers, Joel " 71, 231 Myers, Kenneth ' 83 x P4 Nance, Michelle " 55, 256, 71 Nassar. Raman ' 83 Neal, Anthony "' 55.104.116.117,121,122,1Z3 Neal, Earnest "' 55,104,116.117,120,122,123 Neal, Greg "' 55 Neal, Larry "' 55, 312 NeaIey.Jimmy ' 83,256 Nelson, Ron " 71 Newhouse, Fredrick ' 83, 113 Newsome, Shawn "" 8,30.32,155.107.110,106. 111, 169. 170. 171, 247, 254, 223, 225. 214, 226. 201, 207, 221,126, 127. 128. 246,324,326 Newsome.Shaynor ' 13,87,83, 113,130 Niccolls, Bonnie ' 83, 275 Nichols, Karen ' 83, 276 Nobles, David "" 32.107.110. 106. 270,132, 133. 226 Norris, Greg " 7 1 Norris, Jamie ' 83, 256, 292, 276 Norris, LaDonna ' 83, 298, 234, 258, 260 Norris, Lydia 0' 315, 297 Norris, Michelle ' 83 Nuckols, Tina "' 11, 55, 253. 252, 237, 246. 320, 197, 322, 319 Nunley, Glenda "" 33, 252, 249, 244, 255, 254, 242, 195, 326 Nunley, Paula "' 55 O Ochoa. Patricia ' 83 Oden, Brian ' 83 Odom, Debra "U 33, 165. 164, 257, 178. 3411, 196 Ortiz, Crissy ' 153. 76, 83. 246. 275, 138 Otis, I-Ilvira ' 83. 275, 276 Owens. Beverly "" 33.256,257.31-1.298.316 0wcns,Jimmy ' 83,297 P Page, Mike " 71, 233,141 Paige, Angela "0 314, 297 Paiz, Melinda "' 13. 46, 55, 44. 56. 167, 268. 269. 270, 271. 272, 297, 239, 246, 254, 222 Pantoja, Rachel U' 56 Pantoja, Rebecca "' 56 Parham,John U" 33,162,163,314,293.295.257 190.182,183,326 Parham, Kevin U" 33 Parker, Angela " 165, 256, 71 Parker, Bryron " 241, 3l4,315,71, 180,220 Parker, Diana "' 56, 185 Parker, Randall ' 10. 83. 132 Parris, Kristie " 71. 298 Parrish, Corsandra " 5. 314. 71 Paschall. Michael " 71 Patrick, Rhonda ' 83. 314. 222 Palt, Vickie " 134,135 Patterson. Rhonda "" 33,153,160,162,163.,29-1.295 114, 205,183 Payne. Michael U" 156.157,33.109,106.111.214 Peavy, Debra "' 314. 297, 191, 190 Pedersen, Stacey ' 83 Peek, Karie "' 56, 298 Pena. Curtis ' 83 Penland, Jason ' 83, 293. 294. 295. 141. 183 Perez, Francisco " 71 Perez, Hugo " 25I,71, 192,245,242 Perez,Jerry "" 33.141,165.318,178,214 Perez, Melida ' 136, 137, 275 Perkins. Dana ' 184 Perry, Corey ' 83, 257 Peters. R. C. "' 56 Pettis. James " 71 Phelps, Robert "" 33,165,178, 224,198 Phillips, Lance ' 9. 87. 83, 130 Phillips, Roy "" 8, 149, 33. 34, 154. 166 1.26-1. 263, 262, 265. 266. 252 169. 171,316,215,228,201.207. 221,l26,127,128.326,330 Pierce, Carter "' 56 Pierson, Greg "" 7, 33, 232, 234, 258 Pierson, Michelle ' 83, 277, 276, 261. 254 Pina, Rosalio "" 33, 223 Pinales, Judy ' 83 Pineda, Ricardo ' 256 Pinnekins, Missey ' 83, 315 Index 357 Pinnekins. Rodessie " 71, 312 Pitts, Kim "' 150. 147. 56, 166. 57.4 252.176.168.170. 297. 246. 282. 284. 285, 287, 242,344,200 Pitts, Rodney "U 33,24l,341, 173 Points,J. D. 'U' 308 Polk, Stanley "" 33. 165,164,178 Pool, Darita "" .253. 278. 245. 6, 33. 34. 155, 264, 263, 262. 265. 266. 252, 176, 177 . 257, 297. 246, 320, 321, 204, 219,319 Poole, Tracey ' ' 167, 252, 71, 298 Porchia, Charles 56, 106 Porter, Braun ' 83, 141 Poteet. Charlotte "' 173. 172, 71 Poullard, J. B. ' 83. 314 Powell, Danny " aaa 24I,71.75. 141,323,319 Powell, Laura ' 3, 76, 83, 292. 248. 246. 275. 277. 138 Prater, Michele ' 83, 256, 292, 275 Pratt, Debbie "' 159, 312 Pratt. F. T. ' 125. 132.331 Presley, Susan ' ' ' ' 18,149.156.157.34,1, 248, 257. 247. 246. 244. 167. 245. 181, 242, 320, 197, 218. 214. 227, 213,220, 326. 330, 322.319 Presley, Terry ' 83 Prieur. Viviana ' 83 Prince, Angela ' 8 3, 276 Proctor, Joseph ' ' ' 56 Pugh, Albert ' 83 l? Raah, Richard ' 83 Rachal, April ' 83 Ragsdale, Annette ' 83, 136, 137 Ramer. DeAnna 34, 304 Ramirez, Guadalupe " anna 256,71 Ramirez, lrma 56. 287 can Ramirez, Nicholas ' 83, 298 Ramirez, Priscilla " 157, 71, 62, 233. 246, 197 Randolph, Graziani " " 34.248.246.192.195 Randolph, Levi azz 162, 163. 293. 294. 295. 233. 192.317.316. 183 Reeves, Ronny ' ' ' 57,315 nu Rener, Beth 57.249.297.192,316.254 Reyes, Benito ' 84 Reyes, Jose "" 34 Reyes, Maria U" 34,301,300,302,304 Reyna, Raul " 71 Rhodes, Cassandra ' ' ' ' 34, 306, 307, 225 Rhodes, James ' 314, 315 Rhone, Terry ' 82. 256. 314 Rhynes, Charles "' 57. 297. 222 Ricarte, Louis ' 84 Richard. Lester ' 84, 292, 315 Richardson. Anthony " 71, 1 12 Richardson. Jana ' 84 Richmond. Kenton ' 84. 125 Richmond. Michael ' ' ' 57. 1 12 Richmond, Raymond 124 Ridge. Stacey " 71.112,140,1-11 Ridge, Theodore 34,2o7,14o.141.zz5 Riggs, Sandra ' 84 mass Riley, Bill "" 235 Riverson, Zandra " 71 Roberson, Angela "' 57 Roberson, William ' 84, 125. 132 Roberts, Kimbla " 230, 72 Roberts, Shannon " 72.62,274,27n.354 Robinson, Billy ' 84. 292, 1 13 Robinson, Keith ' 84 Robinson, Matt "" 34, 302, 303. 304 Robinson, Ricky "' 57. 251, 249. 254. 256 Roblcdo. Alice ' 84 Robledo, Betty ' 84 Rochelle. Darron "" 34 Rodriguez. Debi "" 34, 258 Rodriguez, Diane " 72. 274. 275. 258 254 Rodriguez, Freddie " 72 a Rodriguez, Miguel 84 Rodriguez. Tim "' 57.112,126.127.128 Rodriquez, Debbie "' 57 Rodriquez. lnrraine ' 252. 84 Rodulfo, Lazaro "" 34, 317, 316 nan 72 Ruble, Calvin H" 35,314 101.244.341.221-.313 199. 326 Ruiz. Agustin " 72. 130 Ruiz. Oscar " 72. 112 Russ. Billy 47. 3 Russt-l1.Harry "" 35 Russell, Belinda "U 35. 297. 316 aaa Rust. l.anita " 72 Rust. Rhonda "" 35. 308. 309, 342 S Saddler, Darrin "' 57 Salazar, Moises "' 57. 130 Salter, Kennod "' 57 Samford, John ' 152, 84. 233 Sample. Allen " 72, 31 3 Sample, David ' 84, 314, 31 5 Sample, Ronnie ' 84 Sanders, Autry "" 35,172,181 Sanders. Dwight "" 107,106,l11,132 Sanders. Eric "' I3,57,107. 110,106,111, 132. 133 Sanders, George ' 84, 174, 258, 259, 260 Sanders, Jonathan "' 315 Sanders, Kimber "" 12.16,I49,150,4l,35,88,175. 176 257 168169171 278 280, 279.282, 281, 283, 284, 285, 246, 336, 291, 290, 341. 243. 242, 344, 244, 320, 321, 223.193,217.188. 224, 213, 200, 207, 221. 328, 323, 319 Sanders, Sandy "" 12. 35, 267. 178, 179, 222 Sanderson. Tommy " 315, 72 Sanderson, Vickie ' 3, 84 Sands, Marc "' 37,124 Sands, Maria "' 57, 251. 252, 299, 245, 242 Sarr.ttt,G1na " 72 Sauceda, Hugo ' 84 Saueedo, Emestine ' 84. 254 Schmidt. Michael ' 315 SCOtt, Dawn ' 84, 315 Scott, James " 72, 254 Scott. Scotty "" 35, 308. 309, 329 Scott, Sheryl "" Shed. Boris " 72 Sheets. .ledidah " 72 Shields. linu ' si. 358. 2611 Shoemaker, Kimberly " 72 Sholars, John ' 85 Sholes, Natali " 254 Shultz, Andrea "' 10, 58.4, 249, 169, 297. 298. 282, 284. 254. 198 Shumate, Robert ' ' ' ' 36 Shupak, Tracy ' 85, 275 Sidderwhite, Belinda " 315 Simmons. Kelly "' 58 Simms, Lisa " 315. 72 Simon, Melody ' ' 72 Sims, Bobby " ' ' 107,109,106.111 Sims. Fonda ' 85. 315. 258 Sims, Sherri "' 166. 52. 58, 4, 14. 312, 282. 284 Sistrunk, Kelby ' 146. 85. 136 Skyler, Daralyn ' 85 Smart, JoAnn ' ' 72.11-1,115,134,135 Smart, Sonya ' 85 Smart, Thurman " 256 Smith. Anthony " 72, 1 12 Smith, Carlos ' 85, 132 Smith, Christina "" 58 Smith. Diana "" 36, 315, 225 Smith, Kim " 72 Smith, Lance ' 253 Smith, Lane ' 85 Smith. Leontyne " " 36. 306, 297 Smith, Mahlon " 72, 298, 276 Smith, Marie ' 85 Smith. Melissa 36, 298 can 76,85,248,275.276,172. 173. 222 Staley, Robyn "" 36, 307 Stanton, Trepascu ' 85, 256 Starks, Tonya "' 61,58,256.3l5.298.191.190 Steele, Barbara ' ' ' ' 36 Steele, Charles ' ' ' ' 36.116.119 Steele, Wendy " 73 Stegall, Gregory ' 85. 174. 175. 258, 259 331 Stephens. Alan 6, 58, 131 Stephens, Jeff ' 85, 1 1 3. 125 Stephens, Virginia ' 1 15, 134. 135 Stephenson, Craig "' 58, 249. 297. 255, 254 Steve, Sonya ' 85, 315, 234 Stevens. Lonnie " 73, 141 Stevenson. Corby " 73, 1 12 Steward, Iris ' 85, 275 Stewart, Eric ' 85 an Stewart, Mike " 8, 13, 73. 130 Stewart, Richard ' 85, 315 Still, Lee " 73, 112, 132, 133, 221 Still, Mark " 73, 112, 124 Stilwell. Cort "" 7, 12, 36, 312 Stinson, Tasha ' 298, 258. 259 Stokes, Rob ' ' " .2611.261 3. 149.41,36,39, 175,235,287 288. 291, 290, 341, 17 3. 244. 316, 242, 320, 193. 219, 229. 6 224, 201. 207. 222. 32 Stone, Camille 37. 307 Stone, Glenn ' 85, 136, 287, 288 Stout. Audrey "' 58 Stout, Kristi "' can .328,319 231, 150, 44, 59, 4, 293, 295. 248. 249, 170, 169, 284, 287. 192. 332, 172. 245, 254. 242. 320, 321, 197, 188, 32 Stout, Ronald "" 25.37,154.153.162. 2,319 163. 293. Smith, Ricky ' 85 Smith. Ron " 72. 254 Smith, Ruth Ann ' 277 Smith. Shelia ' ' ' ' 36. 297 Smith, Tanya " 73 Smith, Tanya "" 36. 315. 222 Smith, Tina ' 85. 292,298,276 Smith, Tracey " 295, 287, 288, 197, 182, 183 Strange, Nicki " ' 59, 310, 31 1 Strickland, Vonda "" 35, 37 Stringer, Tammy ' "' 37, 303 Stuart, Tom ' 85, 298,130 Stunkard, Evette "" 37, 257,239 Suiter. Tammy "" 37. 306, 307. 200, 326. 329 Sullins, Mark " 315, 73, 1 12 Sullins, Tamie " 73 Ransom. LaTonya ' 83 Ransom, Misti ' 83 Ransom, Shelia ' 83, 84. 315 Ratcliff, Tommy " 71 Rawls, Teresa "" 34. 293. 295. 287, 303, 228 Ray, Brian ' 84 Ray, Wanda " 256, 71 Rayford, Brian ' 8-1.113,l25.132,172 Record, Cornell " 71. 112 Reed, Melvin "" 8, 34, 109, 263. 262, 265. 266. 132. 204. 222, 328 Reed, Shelly "' 11, 56. 47. 249. 298. 237, 246, 282, 285, 245. 254, 242. 320. 321, 196. 322. 319 Reed, Wendy "' 241, 56, 250, 252, 293. 294. 287. 192, 245, 242, 189 Reese, Joe ' 84 Reeves. LaRonda ' 84, 292, 298, 299, 134 358 lndex Rogers, Keith " 7 2 Rogers, Kenny " 251, 72, 144. 145. 243. 245, 24 Rogers, Mack "' 57, 314 Rogers, Mitch ' 6, 142 Romo, Juan ' 84, 331 Romo, Raul ' 84 Romo, Ray ' 84. 331 Rosemond. Lenthell ' ' ' 57,315,112. 124.222 Rosemond, Rhonda ' 84, 315, 298 Ross, Reginald "" 35 Ross, Sharon ' 84 Routt. Samuel ' 84 Rouvaldt, Deedra " 159. 72, 221 Rowland, Charles ' ' 12,16,147,150,35,I66.1,4, 88, 293, 295. 176, 257,168,169 171 289 238 278 246 82 283 287 335 336 192 342 243, 244, 242, 344, 320. 323. 215.188, 194.186, 223. 229, 227, 228, 213, 239,149.198. 207 319 .22l, 330. Scott,Trini " 72 Searl, James ' 84 Selby. James "' 58,112 Serpas, Lisa "" 35.4, 169, 171, 282, 283, 317, 316,221,326 Serrata. Sharon "" 35. 297. 317. 316. 254 Shankle, Betty "' 58 Shankle, Thomas ' 84 Shaw. Benjamin ' 84 Shaw, Corey ' 84, I I3 Shaw. Shannon ' 85. 298, 276, 222 73,132,133 Smith, Tracy "' 58, 258, 260 Smith, Yolanda ' 85, 234, 258. 260. 261 Smith, Yolanda ' 85. 274 Smith, Yulonda " 73, 312 Smith. Zachary "' 58, 301, 300, 304, 199 Smitty, Ruth Ann ' 85 Sneed, Thea "" 149, 36, 167. 15, 297, 287, 342. 255, 254, 224. 228 Soliz, Saul "" 36, 192, 316. 254 Spears, Kathy "' 58, 249, 298, 299. 254 Spence, James ' 85. 1 13 Spencer, Meehelle "' 58, 256 Spencer, Sekitha "" 36, 297 Spencer, Vanessa ' 138, 139 Staab. Sandy ' Swann, Elaine " ' 302, 304 Sweek, Shannon "' 59, 313 Swinney, David " 73 T' Tabaniag, Anthony ' ' 251,73,144, 192,242 Talley, Sheilia "' ' 37. 316 Tamel. Kenneth "" 37, 308, 309 Tanner, Donovan ' 85, 113, 298, 299, 238, 132 Tarver, Jeffrey "' 59, 313 Tatum, Charles " ' 59, 1 12 Tatum, Jeffrey ' 85,314,315,26l,220 Tatum, Kenneth " 161,73,124,132 Tawney, Annora "' 59, 256, 318 Taylor. Anthony " 165, 73, 238 Taylor, Bertha " ' ' 37, 297, 275 Taylor, Brenda " 62, 260 Taylor, Julius " 73, 1 16, 123 Taylor, Nona ' 85, 258, 259, 261 Taylor, Shane ' 85. 31 5 Taylor, Sherry " 136, 137, 73 Taylor, Tina "" 37. 297 Teal, Bobby " 73 Terry, Alison "" 37, 305, 301, 300, 302. 200 Terry. Beverly ' 85 Terry, Randy "' 59, 308, 309 Thomas, Carrie ' 85, 292 Thomas, Deide "' 59 Thomas, Kim "' 59, 159, 306, 307, 201 Thomas, Trisha ' ' ' 59, 300, 303, 304, 332 Thompson, Angie " ' 56, 59, 268, 269, 270, 271. 273. 297, 298, 180. 134 Thompson, Anita ' 85 Thompson, Kevin "" 1, 37, 251, 244, 254. 242. 191, 252, 242,213,207 Thompson,Sahrina " 151,166,4,159,293,294.73. 169, 285, 287, 245, 242. 188 Thornton, Karla "" 38,310,311 Thorpe, Steve ' 85 ThrelkeId.James ' 85 Tierney, Mary "' 46. 56, 59, 162, 163. 268, 269, 270, 272, 273, 293, 294, 295. 136.137,254.182 Tieu, Houng ' 85, 314 Titus, Greg ' 12 Titus, Pam " 56. 268, 269. 270, 272, 73, 222 Todd, James ' 85. 330 Todora, Frank " 73,142,254 Todoroff, Julie ' 240,159, 85, 298, 274, 276, 138. 328 Toole, Trisha "" 29, 230, 148, 149, 41, 38, 241. 252, 175. 289, 287, 286, 291. 103, 290, 341, 228 Torain, Renina ' 85,315,298 Torrel, Priscilla "" 12, 38, 165, 267, 318 Townsend, Glenn ' 85 Trevino, Carlos ' ' ' 48. 305. 304 Ruben H" Trevino. 38,308,309 Tribe, Denise " 147, 166, 250, 73, 169. 298, 284, 285. 221 Tucker..lill "' 149, 241, 166, 52, 59, 4, 250. 252,293,295,248,175,171. 233, 246, 284, 287, 291, 290, 192, 103,186 Tucker,Shane "' 59 Tulley, Kathy " 250, 73, 277, 245, 242 Tumey, David " 136, 73 Turner, Brad ' " 59, 297 Tumer, Cassandra ' 85, 314 Turner, Cindy " 249, 73. 254 Tumer, Eric " 7 3 Tumer, Michael ' 85, 292, 315 U Uloth, William ' 85 Usrey, Sandra ' 85, 276 Utley, Thomas ' " ' 38 V Vail, Tammy "' 2, 166,49, 59, 170, 298, 284, 138, 139, 222 Vance, David ' 86, 1 13 Vanderslice, Cherrie " ' 60, 298 VanRoss, Gwendolyn "' ' 38 VanRoss, Tonia ' ' ' 60 VanSyckIe,Jay "" 10,38,158,108,106,111,252. 169, 171, 143, l72,316,218, 229, 207, 327 VanSyckle, Sally ' 86,277 VanZandt, llernandez " 74 Vaughan, l-lugcne ' 86 Vaughan, Samantha "" 38 Vaughn, Claudia ' ' 74 Vaughn, George "' 60, 245, 242, 126, 127, 128 Vaughn, Oteka ' 86, 312 Veail, Darren ' 165,86 Vega, Domingo ' 86 Vela, Rudy 0' 59, 178 Vela, Victor "' 60 Venters, James " 74, 185 Verdell, Tim "" 301, 302 Villarreal, Abel " 74, 142 Villarreal, Pearl "" 38, 306, 307, 223 Vines, David "' 157,105,60,109,110,106,181, 141 Vinson, Aaron ' 9 Vinson, Stephanye "' ' 35, 38, 315, 297, 207 Voelkle, Lynette " 256, 74, 257, 179 W Wade. Katrina ' 86 Wade, Kenetia " 74 Wafford, Sherri ' 86. 292, 276, 221, 328 Wagner, Stacy ' 157, 105,165,86. 115 Waiters, Alvin ' 86, 315 Waldon, Jamal " 74 Walker, Dale "" 3, 38, 174, 258. 259, 261 Walker, Dc-Wayne ' 86 Walker, Rhonda " 315,74. 190,191 Wallace, Carla " 74 Wallace, Mary "" 310, 31 1 Wallace, Mike "" 28, 157, 38, 105, 109, 106, 249, 297, 287, 288, 143, 141, 254, 204 Walters, Tammy "" 38, 310, 311,258,259 Walton, Carol "" 39, 297 Walton, Deidra ' 86, 315 Walton, Kenneth " 1 10, 106. 74 Walton, Teresa "" 39, 306, 307 Walton, Wendy ' 86, 314 Ward, Janice ' 314, 276 Ward, Yolanda "' 60, 315 Wardrup, Ruth ' 86 Warren, Andrew ' ' 74 Warren. Cheryl "" 39, 297, 298 Warren, Gary "" 39,3l4, 191,207 Warren, James ' "' 39 Warren, Krissie " 74, 258, 260 Warren, Marty 293, 294, 315 Warren, Patrick " 315, 74 Warren, Reginald " 74 s Washington, Andrea ' ' 315, 298 Washington, Cynthia " 101, 74 Washington, Sandra 39, 313 Washington, Yolonda "" 39, 329 Waters, Roy ' 86 nn Watkins, Regina "" 39, 256,297 Watson, Angela "" 39, 306, 307 Watson, Kyle ' 86 Watson, Marietta "" 12, I49,41, 39, 159, 88, 291, 290, 341, 244, 242, 321, 216, 195, 213, 199, 221. 330, 323, 319 Watts, Brenda ' 86, 314,222 Watts, Kimberly "" 248 168, 281, 282, 283, 287 336 320 207 1, 39, 165, 164, 256, 257, 318, 178, 179, 342, 218 Weathers, Aunia "" 39, 257 Webb, Anthony " 74, 178, 222 Webb, Chris " 74,180,134,181,188 Webb, Shawn ' 86, 287, 288 Welch, George ' 86. 126,127, 129 Welch, Melissa " 1, 256, 267, 74, 179 Welch, Michelle " 165, 256, 267, 74,179,222 Weldon, Vince "" 39,105,108,106,111,143 217, 194, 229 Wenner, Reagan " 14, 142 West, Denise " 74, 232 Westbrook, Kelley " 74, 289, 287 Whatley, Cherri ' 86, 315 Whitaker, Anthony ' 86, 112, 258, 261,132 Whitaker, Jacquelyn "' 60, 252, 312, 297, 298 white, Amber ' 86, 298, 275 White, Hope "" 39, 316 White, Joe "" 40 White, John ' 86, 252, 258,260 White, John "' 60, 256 White, Mark "' 60, 287, 288, 254, 126, 127 White, Mike " 308, 309, 74,112 whime,Ny10naa 'H' 40, 301, 302, 304 White, Reginald "" 40,108,106, 297 White, Vickie "' 3. 105, 160, 60, 114, I 15 Whitehead, Floyce ' 86, 1 15, 275, 277, 222 Whitehead, Lisa "' 60, 312, 297, 298, 258, 260 Whitlow, Erica ' 86 Whitmore, Otis ' 86, 125 Widemon. Tony " 136, 74 Wilkes, Timothy ' 86, 1 13 Williams, Anthony ' l0,1l3,132,133 Williams, Arthur ' 87 .223 8 Williams, Brenda "" 149, 151, 40, 293, 294, 287, 341. 316 Williams, Chris "' 152, 60, 249, 245, 254. 242, 222. 326 Williams, Dedrick "' 13, 156,157,60, 110,106, 111, 270, 247,246, 180,132, 133 Williams, Denise "' 60, 312, 297,298 Williams, Drusilla " ' ' 40 Williams, Elizabeth ' 86. 298 Williams, Erica " 312, 298 Williams, Frank "" 40,38,116, 117, II8,120, 121, 122, I23,2I7,228, 198,207,330 Williams, Kim ' 276 Williams, Mary " 149,74,287, 180,222 Williams, Quincy ' 86, 298 Williams, Unikka ' 161,86, 134,135 Williams. Veronica ' 86, 292, 1 15 Williamson, Shana ' 86, 236 Willingham, Riley " 74, 222 Wilson, Alicia "" 40, 160, 1 14 Wilson, Bridget "" 40, 253, 252, 244, 245, 242. 219. 195, 207 Wilson, Deborah ' 86, 314 Wilson, Jerry "" 40, 178 Wilson, LaShun " 312 Wilson, Michael ' 86,3I5, 113,236 Wilson, Michelle ' 256,162, 163, 295,136,137, 276, 182, 86 Wilson, Patrice ' 86, 315, 298,191. 222 Winters, Daniel "" 40.251, 249, 232, 254, 126, 127 Winters, Tre " 162, 163, 293, 294, 295, 74, 287, 182, 183 Wisenhunt, Frank " 74, 313 Wood, Deborah ' 86, 256, 258, 260, 254 Wood, Steven "' 60, 308, 309 Woodard, Garland "' 60, 191 Woodard, larry "' 58,60,237, 124 Woodard Rhonda "" 40, 313 Woodrufl',DeAnn "" 9, 157, 33, 40, 161, 4, 252. 257. 169, 297, 247, 246, 281, 282. 283, 287, 288, 341, 332, 320. 321, 227, 228, 213, 200, 323, 319 Woods, Eddie ' 130 Woods, Felicia ' 86,61,314.298, 191,222 Woods,Sonja "" 40,297,191,190,207 Woody, Mark "' I49,150,60,108,110,106.111. 174. 175, 177, 289. 287. 288. 286, 290, 291, 103, 143, 193. 189, 187,198 Wooten, Dorothy ' 86,292,275 Worley, Coy " 152, 74, 112 Wright, Karen "" 40,310,311, 169, 171, 281.283, 284, 285,341,201,221 Wright, Kelly "" 40,232 Wright, Vevetta " 314,74,134,135 Wright, Yolanda ' 3, 86. 258, 134, 222 Wrye, Deborah" 74,287,316 Wrye, Melissa ' 146, 81,86, 275,328 Y Yandell, Molly " 155,153, 158, 250, 74, 246, 274, 287, 276 Yarbrough, Darryl "" 40, 136, 137 Yates, Kim " ' 252,293,295,74,298, 182 Yates, Marty ' 86 Ybarra. Diana ' 86 Young, Alene ' ' ' 60, 257 Young. Amy " 298 Young, Michelle " 153, 166, 74, 169. 285, 327 Z Zavala, Richard " 314, 74 Index 359 Edrtor ln Ch1Cf Copy Edltor Senlor Edltors J unror Edltors Sophomore Edrtors Freshman Edltors Sports Faculty Organlzatlons ACKIVIIICS Busrness Manager Art Edltor Index Photographers Assrstant Photographers Advrsor Sheryl Scott Marletta Watson Susan Presley Krmber Sanders Marrsa MHTIIDCZ Shelly Reed K1m Mltchell Trna Nuckols Renee Brown Melrssa Carol Kelley Maurer Kr1st1 Stout Curt1s Mrller Bo Harmon Rhonda Lmdsey Darrta Pool Tma Nuckols Shelly Reed Kr1st1 Stout Susan Presley Rhonda Lmdsey Darrta Pool Klmber Sanders Renee Brown K1m Mrtchell DeAnn Woodruff Mehssa Carol Curtrs Mrller Klmber Sanders Rhonda Lmdsey Kelley Maurer DeAnn Woodruff Shelly Reed Krmber Sanders Susan Presley Kr1st1 Stout T1na Nuckols Sheryl Scott Rob Stokes B1llL1ndley Crarg Golden Steve I-Iyles Dav1d Current Danny Powell Ms Mary Kay McCollum A speclal thanks to Andrea Penn for her artrstlc contrlbutlons and to Mr Acre M1t chell, our Taylor representatrve, for hls patlence Y . . . ........................... . , 7 . . ...................................... 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