W W Samuell High School - Torch Yearbook (Dallas, TX)
- Class of 1984
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Table of Contents
Beginnings ...... ....,..............
Knowing People. . .
I Freshmen ......
Competing in Sports .......
Participating in Activities .... V. .
Learning through Academies .....
Belonging to Organizations ...... . .
Buying and Selling through Advertisements ..... ....
Attaining Senior Credits ................... ....
Locating Index ..........
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.
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
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
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.
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Renee Brown has the whole senior class in
The Starlets shine at their Denton half time perforfnance.
Renee Manes fills the hall with homecom-
ing spirit and streamers.
Varsity cheerleaders and the varsity football team break through to victory at the game.
Spirited Spartans stick together in Denton. i Frank Johnson and Regina Love dance to
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Clayton, and Keith Bene are off to a running start. to the computer.
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choirland 'band contests, in drill,
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The varsity cheerleaders, Carolyn Bradley, Terri Bergeaux, Gloria Cruz, Karla Littrell,
Karen Gunstanson, Darita Pool, and Beth Hairgrove are ready for W.W.S.
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
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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.
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.
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.
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Steve Hyles can be found wherever the action is. Mike Stewart's heart belongs to Samuellf Shawn Newsome and Lynn Bridges go
hand and hand through their senior year
Lance Phillips picks up attendance with a
Stacy Chapman gets healthy the hard way.
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DeAnn Woodruff waits for the journalism
awards to begin at SMU.
Aaron Vinson is found outside Ms. Long's
Ms. Adam's AE English is a challenge for
Pam Hickman holds her tongue when she is late to in
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.
Christie Bevill waits for the 4:00 bell to
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.
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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.
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lt's Camper on the keeper as Marcus' DeLynn Loy and Richard Henry check each other out in the library.
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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 Spartans, right
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.I.V. cheerleader hopefuls are Archie Carroll, Marcus Camper, Dedrick Williams, Kelvin
Dansby, Wence Castellano, Paul Donaldson, Eric Sanders, and David Miller.
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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.
Senior class officers are Kelley Maurer -
Vice President, Kim Coburn - Treasurer
Kimber Sanders - President, and Sheryl
Seniors David Miller, Linda Clinkscales. Kevin Miles. and Mcndi Miller go through their
senior year side by side by side.
Sherry Alexander Frances Alonzo Carlos Amador Rose Ammons
Lisa Marie Antonicelli Darwin Armstrong Cindy Badgett Stella Bagley
James Bailey Ametra Ballard Gina Bandru Johnny Barfield
Albert Bazis Robert Benoit Terri Bergeaux Beth Billings
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
Lynn Bridges Susan Briggs Stephanie Brooks
Renee Brown Donnie Brown James Brown
Victor Bruner Donal Burden Pino Burns
Marcus Camper Billy Capers Karen Carder
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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
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Damon Johnston is all smiles when Mr. Bruner confirms that he will
Cherri Doughty Sandi Dreer
Sherian Espinoza Robert Fallin
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
Randall Green Michael Grizzle
Brian Guynes Beth Hairgrove
Grady Hall James Hall
Bo Harmon Darrell Harrison
Jeff Boyd sings "Tulsa Time" at
the TORCH assembly.
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
Richard Henry Janet Hensley
David Higginbotham Beverly Hill
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.
Tony Hunter Steve Hyles .lose Ibanez ' Magaly Ibarra
Tamla J aggers
Alfred James is never fully dressed without his smile. Kal-gn jeffrey
Bob Johnson Charles Johnson Clayton Johnson
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
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
Sharon Malone Adolphus Maloy
Tommie Markham Ida Martin
Sean Martin Canuto Martinez , ,
study for their Spams
Shawn Newsome and Rusty Ditmars use every spare moment to
Marisa Martinez Cerrita Mathis
Kelley Maurer Robin Maxam
Sherry McClung Michael McCoy Joel McGahey
Steve McGowan Heather McPherson Gayla Melaun
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Robin Miller Sonja Miller Jason Milligan Kenneth Mitchell
Dinah Montalvo Penny Moore Angela Morgan Kristin Morris
Karla Moses Kay Moss
Y Shawn Newsgme Kim Coburn enjoys a sucker during lunch while she watches the David Ngblgs
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Autry Sanders Kimber Sanders
Vonda Strickland, Pamela Cornish, and Stephanye Vinson get a chuckle
out of Chaucer.
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
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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
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.
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Junior class officers are Janice Bradley - President, Tierney
Hopkins - Vice-President, Melinda Paiz - Secretary.
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Togetherness helps Matt Lindsey, Joel Ballew, Steve Barger, Kristi Stout and Kirk
Buchanan through trig.
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
Ms. Hallum helps Ronda Jackson and Carlos Trevino with their fall
David Askew escorts Tammy Vail to her sec-
ond period class.
Kirk Buchanan can't resist D. D. Hicks.
Kim Mitchell is into New Wave.
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Sherri Sims and Jill Tucker are the Starlet
In child development, Lana Burkett shows off
her egg "baby."
Michelle Nance listens to Christi Current tell everything she knows about biology.
R. C. Peters
The .I.V. cheerleaders have got it together at the Lincoln game
Kim Pitts leads the way for the Starlets at the
North Mesquite pep assembly.
Byron Austin, Anthony Gibson, Floyd Maco
fery watch the ladies go by.
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Reginald Austin, Larry Woodard and Joe Jef- l
J acquelyn Whitaker
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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.
Sophomore class officers are Priscilla
Ramirez - Vice-President Melissa
Carol - Secretary and Cherry Brown
Ricky Montalvo, Brenda Taylor, Shannon Roberts, Tina Dodson, and Rochell Aguirre
climb the stairs to success.
Greta Jackson, Pam Titus, and Tanya Kelly stick together through thick and thin.
It's obvious Wence Castellano eats his spinach
Mike Morris builds his body instead of his mind in biology class.
Donald Morrison is in the office again.
Melissa Carol shows her tin grin.
Steve Barnhart knows he's bad
Hernandez Van Zandt
Joe Chavez C
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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
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
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
The freshman class of 1984 ac-
cepted the many changes, grew
physically and intellectually and
looked forward to their distant
Freshman class offciers are Deanna Brown -
Vice-President, Cynthia Espinoza - Presi-
dent, and Crissy Ortiz - Secretary.
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while decorating the hall.
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watch the girls in fourth period A.E. English.
and Dewayne Finney line up to
The staff of W. W. Samuell
consisted of administrators,
teachers, counselors, the
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
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-
The W. W. Samuell staff
comprised from one to twenty-
eight years service in the
building. A more dedicated
group could not be found
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Mr. Wallace is always ready to referee in any
Mr. Bruner and his senior brood, Kim Coburn, Kimber Sanders, Marietta Watson, Sheryl Scott,
and Billie Johnson discuss college scholarships.
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
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
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
Ms. Peggy Braden
English, Speech, Senior
Mr. Mark Branson
Ms. Ann Brown Ms. Pat Brown Ms. Cathy Butler
Biology, Physical Science HECE, HERO English
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Custodians Mr. Oliver Shaw, Mr. Alvin Johnson, Mr. Jim Staten, Mr. James Lee, and Mr. Mike Alvarez take a break from their daily
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
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
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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
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
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Ms. Joyce Feuerbacher Mr. Lyndon Foster
Principal's Clerk Metal Shop, Power
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
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
Ms. Kim Heiman
Ms. Robin Hill
Deaf Education, CEC,
Ms. Odella Hollins Mr. Branson has to force feed Ms. Penix lunchroom food. Ms. Nema Hollingsworth
Mr. Bennie Hooker Ms. Gwen Hughes Ms. Teresa Hughes Ms. Cyndy Jaremko
Wood shop Principal's Clerk Deaf Education, Health, Speech Therapist
Mr. Jeff Johnson
Ms. Janice Jones Ms. Maggie Jones Ms. Irene Knox
Secondary Unit for the History, Government, A.E. Math
Deaf Student Council
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
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
Mr. H. A. Nicholson
Ms. Loucretia Needles
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.
Mr. John Oliphant Ms. Beverly O'Pry
History, Football Physical Science
Ms. McCollum wishes it were the night before Christmas. Mr. Charles Osler Mr. Mike Partain
Program Specialist, Deaf Deaf Education, Biology,
Educator Physical Science
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
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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
Mr. Ben Rice Ms. De Ripley Ms. Becky Robertson Mr. David Robertson Ms. Patricia Russell
Accounting, Business Lab, Interpreter Art
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
Ms. Amy Silcox Mr. Arvel Smith
Special Education Government, Football
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.
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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
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
Ms. Jean Vining Mr. Carl Wallace Ms. Edwina Wallace
Freshman Counselor Biology Government, History
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
at the Howdy Dance. Special Education Algebra Interpreter
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,
Mrs. Morrison presents Ms. Perez with a
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
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
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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.
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
B. B. Rollings, Jr.
Mr. Bratcher is always available when
Mr. B. B. Rollings
Mr. Rollings puts the finishing touches on a
Dr. Baca welcomes the faculty with a
smile each morning.
Dr. Edward Baca
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Cynthia Washington and Terri Fallin.
Mr. Shelley helps out the lunchroom staff
during a busy "C" lunch.
Mr. Aubrey Bratcher
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
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
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
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
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.
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Mr. Crook can't find his glasses again.
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
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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
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.
Sr. Shawn Newsome Sr. Marcus Camper Sr. Alfred James Sr. David Nobles
Sr. Dwight Sanders Jr. Eric Sanders Sr. Ed Johnson Sr. Donnie Brown
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Coach Mac Stokes.
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against Hillcrest. quite game.
Sr. Dennis Blacknall Sr. Jay VanSyck1e Sr. James Brown Sr. Rodney Hicman
Sr. Reginald White Sr. Vince Weldon Sr, Archie Carroll Sr. Terry Holland
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.
Jr. Dedrick Williams Jr. Frank Johnson
Eric Sanders races past Woodrow.
Jr. Mark Woody Jr. David Vines
Shawn Newsome, with help from Paul Donaldson, adds another three Jr. Mark Euziere jr, Kelvin Dansby
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Coach Edwards warms up the team before the Skyline game,
James Brown feels the agony of defeat.
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-
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
Coach Peterson stated, "The
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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-
Cornell Record leaves Woodrow's defen
sive backs far behind.
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.
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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-
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Front Row: Tenesa Manning, Vickie White, Rhonda Patterson, Candy Wilson, JoAnn
Smart, Coach Glasco. Back Row: Sharon Miller, Yolanda Jackson, Susan Black, Latasha
Rhonda Patterson prepares to defeat
JoAnn Smart warms up before the Skyline
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
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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
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.
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.
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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
Three players from the team
received honors. Ernest Neal was
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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.
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Marcus Camper dribbles around a
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Darwin Armstrong goes for two against
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Anthony Neal - Junior
Marcus Camper knows this one will make it or break
Jinggles uses a stepladder to give Frank
Williams his McDonald's All American
Stephen Miles - Sophomore
The varsity girls and boys basketball teams are introduced at a pep assembly. Floyd Macon puts one over on Skyline
Donald Barr - Manager
Byron Austin dribbles down the court The team huddles for some last minute strategy.
Frank Williams practices his miraculous
Earnest Neal races down the court against Tyler.
Julius Taylor - Manager
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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.
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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
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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.
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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.
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Row: Otis Whitmore, William Roberson, James Higgins, Jeffrey Stephens, Kenton
Otis Whitmore, Jeffrey Stephens, Lonnie Duncan, and Earnest Monette toss the ball around
before the Skyline game.
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.
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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
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
Plano East '
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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,
In the Plano game Steve Barnhart bunts
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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
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."
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on the team.
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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
At the meets the girls were re-
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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
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
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.
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
Robert Fallin and Vince
Weldon were shot putters and
discus throwers. The track team
was under the leadership of Coach
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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.
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This was the first year that the
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varsity competition. There were
eighteen girls on the team. Coach
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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
MANAGERS - Tenesa Manning and
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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,
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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.
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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
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.
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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-
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ball at Sprague stadium on March
22nd, They were defeated seven to
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.
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their season with four wins, two
losses and two ties. The team
missed winning district by four
Coach Miller said that the team
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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
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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.
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
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Frank Todora drives the ball down the fairway.
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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.
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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.
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
Kim Fredrick serves against Skyline.
Gerald Ford uses his backhand to make
the winning point.
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.
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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
Craig Golden loves that "Smokey Moun- Emcees, Lisa Hoppert and Bill Lindley, open the show.
JESTERS! girls believe they can do anything better than the guys.
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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."
"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
Its Far From Over for Monya Mathis and Mandy
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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
Again this year, student council
Tasha Duncan. Pam Garrett. and Angie Jackson
show Joel Ballew how to bedrock.
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
Delania Johnson and Rodney I-loard will
keep dancing until "l999."
Coy Worley welcomes all the girls with
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
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
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
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
mums the word
cheerleaders and the band kept
the beat. Even the football players
raised their feet, and showed their
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-
Curtis Miller and Ronald Stout watch the
Starlets perform to "Eye of the Tiger."
Roy Phillips breaks the senior spirit chain at J, D. Mr. Rollings and Mr. Blackmon arethe dynamic-duo in action.
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Terri Bergeaux and Darita Pool introduce Mr. Blackmon.
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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.
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
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Paul Donaldson escorts sophomore
Robby Fallin escorts freshman Stacy
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
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
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.
Molly Yandell is lost in the crowd.
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
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The girls volleyball team
defeated the faculty by two games
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Alicia Wilson and Rhonda Patterson plot how to defeat the teachers.
Mr. Wallace tries to show his athletic
When Dr. Baca coaches no one listens.
Yolanda Jackson is ready whenever the
Vickie White and Sharon Miller look for
help from someone higher up.
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.
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
The women vampires fight over their dinner.
Professor Van Helsing and Peter Seward
help Charles up.
Dracula wakes after a day of rest.
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.
The servant and Dr. Seward pull Mr. Ren-
field away after his attack on Professor
Dracula lives on to get Lucy.
Dracula flies off after biting Lucy and leaving her
Jonathan Harker ............................................. Ronald Stout
Count Dracula ........,....................................... David Miller
Woman Vampire l ........................................... Mary Tierney
Woman Vampire 2 ......................................... Michelle Wilson
Mrs. Martha Western ....................,..................... Tre Winters
Mr. Henry Western ............................................ Gerald Ford
Charles fthe Butlerj .......................................... Randall Green
Miss Lucy Western ..........................,...,............ Karen Carder
Miss Mina Murray ................................,....... Tammy McHone
Arthur Holmwood ...,........................................ Jerry Lisenbe
Dr. Peter Seward ............................,............... Levi Randolph
Prof. Van Helsing .....................,................. Kenneth Langreder
Servant ...............,.....,........................... Rhonda Patterson
Mr. Renfield ....................,............................ J. R. Parham
Child .................................................... Brandon Massey
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
The 1984 Christmas Queen and King are Debbie
Odom and Stanley Polk.
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
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
Junior Princess and Prince are Kim Mit-
chell and Keith Kissentaner.
Angela Parker and Victor Bruner "Look
so Good in Love."
Sophomore Princess and Prince are Cathy
Murray and Anthony Taylor.
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.
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Wagner and Darren Veail.
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
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.
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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.
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David Miller couldn't wait until Christmas
to open this package.
Susan Presley and Lisa Hoppert tell Santa what they
want for Christmas.
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
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.
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.
Marietta Watson sings a medley from
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Princess Terri Bergeaux, Prince Bill Lindley.
It's a night for lovers, David Higgin-
botham and Karen Carder.
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Queen Stella Bagley and King Marcus
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.
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
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.
Melissa Carol just cannot face Matt Robby Stokes and Steve Hyles dream of
being in the Valentine court.
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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.
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.
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.
Woodyfdrag Bill Lindley to the operating
Dale Walker concentrates on being saxy.
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."
Beth Hairgrove, Darita Pool, Gloria Cr
Billy McCarter and Steve Hyles watch for
Mr. Wartes' cue.
Scot Chapman picks and grins.
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
Darita Pool is walking "Back to the
Dgqn Davis flips his top, Kim Coburn enjoys playing the flute in her last band
Craig Golden, Bill Lindley, and Mark Woody have never known a "Lady Down on Love." Joel Ballcw is just a "Tumblin'
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
The decorations carried out the
theme.. Sandwiches, cake, chips
and dip, cookies and punch were
provided to make this a truly spec-
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
with sports certificates and plaques.
Mario Martinez and Pam Hicks are in
D.I's Kevin Meredith, Barbra Gregg, Matt Lindsey, and Joel Ballew
provide the sound for the dance.
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Shellie Hill, Ms. Hughes, Melissa Welch, and l
Sandy Sanders get together for a last farewell, '
Keith Kissentaner tells Kim Mitchell "If
Only You Knew."
Lynette Brewer, Connie Courtney, Rose
Ann Ammons, and Kim Watts are senior
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.
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Mr. Mitchell, Ms. Jaremko, Ms. Ferguson,
Mr. Osler, Ms. McKinney and Ms.
Hughes relive their high school days.
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Melissa Welch and Ritchie Bryant step in-
The 1984-1985 deaf cheerleaders, Melissa Welch
Chantay Durham, Diana Martinez, Michelle Welch
and Ms. McKinney are presented at the Spring
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
Stella Bagley dances to "Everything Must
Ramona Leaks sings "Amazing Grace."
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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-
Although the dance was not
well attended. students enjoyed
themselves. This provided a last
chance for students to say aloha to
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
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
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
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
Dr. Lyman tRudy Lopezj and Elma
fMichelle Wilsonj perform Romeo and
Will CJ. R. Parhamj sets Bo fRonald
Stoutj straight while Virgil QRandall
Grace CTre Wintersj and Elma tCassie
Crowel chat with Cherie tKaren Carderj.
Grace fKim Yatesj tells Carl QRichard Lovej what she likes about him.
Will U. R. Parhamj tells Carl CGeraId Fordl he found Carl's boots in front of Grace's CBarbi
Grace QTre Wintersb welcomes Carl
Uason Penlandj in from the cold.
Virgil QRandall Greenj plays "Red River
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.
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
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.
Mary Cruz, Esmeralda Garcia and David Chambers are loveable.
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Queen Mary Cruz is crowned by Ms.
Dana Perkins and Tyrone Langford step
out in style.
Queen Mary Cruz and King Robert Leal.
Diana Parker swings into action.
Duchess Esmeralda Garcia and Duke Jim-
Tawanna Hobbs is escorted by Jeffery Jar-
mon across the dance floor.
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Robert Henries, Henry Brown, Ms. Williams, and
James Venters enjoy watching the students dance.
Princess Julie Hein and Prince James
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
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
Dauntless tStacy Chapmanb and King
Sextimus fBill Lindleyj have a man to
Queen Aggravain CKim Coburnj tells the Nightingale Uill Tuckerj to sing Fred CLisa Hop-
pertj to sleep.
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,"
A The court watches as Fred fLisa Hoppertj goes back in the moat.
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."
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
The court has trouble keeping up with Fred fLisa Hoppertj and the "Spanish Panic."
The Wizard CCraig Goldenl helps Queen
Aggravain fKim Coburnl with
Sir Harry QMark Woodyj and Lady
Larken LBeth Hairgrovej will be together
"ln A Little While."
King Sextimus fBill Lindleyj devours the
Queen Aggravain QKim Coburnj tells
Dauntless QStacy Chapmanl he deserves a
Fred CLisa Hoppertj reminisces about the swamps of home.
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Sonji Woods, Tonya Starks, Debra Peavy, Rena
McGhee wait for the queen to be announced.
Sherri Crouch and Leslie McFarland watch the awards' ceremony.
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
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
Rhonda Walker walks gracefully through
the honor guard.
Garland Woodard escorts Delania
Gary Warren receives the Sons of the American
Revolution award from Captain Jones.
Cadets "Beat It" at the Military Ball.
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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
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
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.
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.
MATH - Matt Lindsey, Anthony Tabaniag, Calvin Ruble, INFORMATIVE
Richard Love, Hugo Perez.
PROSE AND POETRY -- Toi Haynes, Matt Lindsey, Wendy Reed, Joel Ballew, Jill
James Lyles and Beth Hairgrove sing
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
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
Craig Golden tells Stacy Chapman that he
is the "Leader of the Band."
Kimber Sanders and Bill Lindley bring back
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-
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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
Sheryl Scott presents Mr. Crook, the 1984
TORCH dedicatee, a boutonniere.
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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
Cynthia Espinoza and Bryan Germany are freshman favorites.
Mr. Morrow receives a plaque for his
dedication to Samuell students and the
Kim Coburn receives the NHS award for character.
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Mr. Allan Bubeck from Sun Oil presents Debra Odom with an
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Mr. Bill Hicks presents the Texas Wesleyan Book Award to Shelly Reed.
Priscilla Ramirez and Eddie Coronado are sophomore favorites.
Tina Nuckols, Kristi
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.
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Barbra Gregg and David Askew are junior
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
Robert Phelps and his date dance to "Let's Hear lt
For the Boy."
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.
Mark Woody is on cloud nine with Sheryl
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Andrea Shiiltz and Mike Wallace take time for a little romance.
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
Natalie Derryberry and her date listen to
the announcement of the favorites.
The old soft shoe wins three albums for
Marietta Watson and Brad Lemons are
Calvin Ruble attends the prom Texas
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Bo Harmon tells Lisa Lee his plans for
Kimber Sanders and Mark Oehlschlaeger
dance "All Night Long."
Mike and Robin Maxam enjoy the prom.
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James Lyles and Kim Pitts live for the
Scott Schmidt, Greg
Foster, and DeAnn Woodruff get together
for a night to remember.
Toi Haynes is escorted by Randell Green
in the grand march.
Kelley Maurer and Chris Canada have the
look of love.
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Carlos Amador and Linda Clinkscales toast to the class of 1984.
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Stacy Chapman says, "I-lere's to my black
Jeff Boyd asks Roy Phillips for a dance.
Jason Truett always keeps Karen Wright warm
Rob Stokes gives up his chair for Terri
Tawanna Hobbs and her date watch the
people at the prom.
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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-
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
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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.
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"It Rings With the Sound of Goodbye" for
There is always somebody "watching" the senior Starlets.
Sandy Sanders, Priscilla Torrez, Shellie Hill, Connie Courtney, and Kim Wattts use "Body
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
The show consisted of dances,
skits, solos, quartets and perfor-
mances by the JESTERS! and the
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
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."
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James Lyles "Loves The World Away." Darrell Harrison dances "Free Style." Jeff Hennen keeps the senior beat.
Susan Presley speaks for the last time as
student body president.
Beth Hairgrove sings "Love Came For
Lisa tDollyJ Hoppert and James Qliennyj
Lyles are "Islands in the Stream,"
The senior JESTERS! sing "Up Where We Belong."
Stacy Chapman is one "Footloose" senior. Robert Phelps is a "Juke Box Hero."
Lynn Bridges, Kimber Sanders, Sheryl Scott, and Kelley Maurer's "Destinations Are
Ramona Leaks is "Mahogany."
mater onelast time. Senior class president, Kimber Sanders
gives her farewell speech.
Darita Pool and Beth Hairgrove present the time capsule.
Mean Joe Gary Warren has a coke but no
smile for Randall Green.
Priscilla Torrez and Gayla Melaun are out there on
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Beth Hairgrove, Darita Pool and Terri Bergeaux do
Two Bits one last time.
Toi Haynes sings "Out Here on My Own,"
Senior choir members bring back "Memories," In the Senior La Bare Randall Green takes
Bryan Hall is really "Boppin' the Blues."
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
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.
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
Nothing comes between Bill Lindley and
Mike Payne keeps Susan Presley from losing her head.
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
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.
Jerry Perez tells Kim Daniels, "I am full."
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
Woods and Waters, Spartan Image, Sen-
tinel, French Club, Razz-Ma-Tazz,
Baseball, Starlets On Broadway,
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-
Football - lst Team All District, Track,
French Club, FHA, Valentine King,
Homecoming Court, Baseball, Sr. Pub,
Most Athletic, Outstanding Athletic Stu-
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
JESTERS! Cheerleader, Concert Choir,
Razz-Ma-Tazz, Starlets on Broadway,
Band Show, TORCH, Once Upon A Mat-
tress, Thespians, Mr. Samucll
Concert Choir, Once Upon A Mattress,
Beteha Dia'n't Know That, Most
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
Football, Tennis, Thespians, Best Dressed,
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
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
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
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
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Basketball, FHA, Runner-up Most Athletic
ROTC, French Club, FHA - President,
Homecoming Court, Sr. Pub, NHS, Math
Club, UIL Prose and Poetry, Outstanding
Art Student, Honor Graduate
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" Honor Roll, NHS - V.-President,
French Club - Asst. Sec., Most Likely To
Succeed, Outstanding English and Science
Football - lst Team All District
Powerlifting, Sr. Pub, Track
Football - lst Team, All District, Track,
FHA, Sr. Pub, UIL Typing, Powerlifting
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Runner-up Most Dependable, Honor
Student Council - President, PAC,
TORCH, Razz-Ma-Tazz, Sr. Pub, NHS,
SAC, Honor Graduate
Cheerleader, French Club, Woods and
Waters - V.-President, FHA - Hist.,
Valentine Court, Sr. Pub
Red Cross, VOCCT - V.-President, Deaf
Pep Club - President
Football, Baseball, Powerlifting, French
Club, Valentine Court, Starlets On Broad-
way, Runner-up Mr. Samuell
Banner Team, TORCH, FHA, Soccer, Sr.
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Dependable, Honor Graduate
TORCH, JESTERS!, Concert Choir,
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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
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
ley is sadly sidelined for his last game as a
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 game ended with the blue
team defeating the gold with a
score of 27 to 14.
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The Spartan band plays "It's Today" for the Starlets to march in.
Susan Presley watches the old and the
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Newsome to watch the game from the stands.
Kim C0bUrn playS the fighi S0rlg OHS IHS! The 1984-1985 Starlets are "Private Eyes."
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deaf cheerleaders have got it together.
Seniors, Bo Harmon, Lisa Hoppert, Bill Lindley, Beth Hairgrove and Melvin Reed have
The Blueteam lines upforavictory. Craig Golden and Rob Stokes receive
orders from above.
The 1984-1985 varsity cheerleaders get the spirit started for the new year.
The J.V. cheerleaders support the
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Reverand Steve Gibson leads the seniors
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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
Pearl Villarreal, Vince Weldon, Russell Finley, Curtis Miller, Steve McGowan, Robert
Benoit, James Brown, and Robert Fallin listen intently to Reverand Gibson.
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
Billy Capers, Kenneth Hooper, Rosalio Pina. Carlton Booker and
Jason Milligan think about what the future will hold for them
Shawn Newsome is inspired.
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.
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
Robert Phelps, Donal Burden, and Ken-
neth Hooper are cool.
Even at the picnic Kimber Sanders cleans
DeLynn Loy and Thea Sneed dry off.
Seniors give Mr. Shelley a dip in the pool.
Bill Lindley, Terri Bergeaux, Gloria Cruz and Holly Ellis get a Coppertone
Randall Green gets splashed oul gf the water- Mark Shindoll, Rusty Ditmars and Shawn Newsome enjoy a game
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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.
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
The distinguished graduate
award was presented to Mr.
For seniors Shawn Newsome and David Nobles, this
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on his cap,
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.
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Curtis Miller and DeAnn Woodruff march
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Pamela Cornish helps Gerald Freeman with his tassel.
Marisa Martinez greets graduation with a
in to "Pomp and Circumstancef'
Seniors watch their fellow classmates receive their diplomas.
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.
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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.
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.
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Being a Spartan is . .
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
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ging is the best sign. Danny Winters, Greg Hamilton, and Alfred James.
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Ms. Adams tells Janice Johnson, "This is the closet you'l1 get to eat in my class." Mr. Battle introduces Patricia Cowan and
Patrick Jimison to algebra.
Ms. McCollum and Jill Tucker believe being a Spartan means having friends.
Ms. Hallum helps Levi Randolph decide
his courses for the second semester.
Priscilla Ramirez contemplates a problem
Mr. Wartes can't believe that the odds are
a hundred to one.
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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,
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.
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-
Alycia Evans, Yolanda Smith, and LaDonna Norris weave their own webs in Clothing I.
Kelvin Dansby has to work to build his mind.
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
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.
Rob Stokes tries to score with his
homework, even at football games.
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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
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Paula Barham and Patti Hall await their chemistry grade from Mr. Nicholson with smiling
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.
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
Students furthered their artistic
abilities through such courses as
Mike Wilson practices for the TABS test.
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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
Curtis Miller finds it hard identifying all
those people for the TORCH.
Jeff Boyd ean't believe he has to type all of
that over again.
Michelle Bedford prepares for the future in VOE.
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Larry Woodard, Scott Morgan and Dave
Lane take notes in English.
Ms. Lynd strictly enforces the Code of
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.
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home management. for his drama classes.
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
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.
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Ajoint effort is made by Mike Morris and Melinda Paiz in working on budgets.
Evette Stunkard works on form in
Kevin Miles works on his research paper
for senior English.
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Kim Coburn is reminded by Mr. Bruner of the latest
Coach Scott and Coach Smith talk "sport"
, Being a Spartan is .
belonging to organizations
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
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
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
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one year members by "'.
President Lisa Hoppert inducts the new
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.
Mr. Rollings congratulates Kenneth Rogers at the induction ceremony.
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Former teacher, Mr. Stevenson in his con-
gratulatory remarks emphasizes success,
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President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
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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
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
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.
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.
awn Newsome gets caught redhanded. Ma
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Lisa Antonicelli, vice-president, Susan Presley, president, DeAnn Woodruff, secretary and
Matt Lindsey, treasurer take a break from student council camp in San Marcos.
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lt's lonely at the top for president Susan
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.
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.
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.
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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
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.
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
Wendy Reed, Jill Tucker, and Kim Fredrick discuss the Georgetown Apartments' communi-
ty service project.
Jill Tucker is proud to be a Keywanette.
Cherri Doughty, Molly Yandell, Back
Row: Jill Tucker, Wendy Reed, Denise
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.
Matt Lindsey can calculate math with his
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
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.
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Russell, Terry Carol, Hugo Perez, Kenneth Rogers, Ricky Robinson, Alex Chang, Kevin Thompson, Richard Love, Beth Billings, Mr. Battle.
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
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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.
Ms. Reed cuts the yule log cake for the
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.
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Kirk Buchanan and Richard Love listen to
Ms. Reed conjugate verbs.
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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
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.
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.
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.
Waiting in the Guadalajara airport is boring for Wanda Greenlee, Craig Stephenson, Jem
Clinkscales, Glenda Nunley and Linda Clinkscales.
Glenda Nunley gets in the mood for her
Linda Clinkscales buckles up for para-sailing in Puerto Vallarta
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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
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.
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.
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.
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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
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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
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.
Drum Major, Stacy Chapman, takes over for Mr. Wartes.
Dale Walker, George Sanders, Greg Stegall, and Jeff Boyd practice for Music on Stage.
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Trumpets - Front Row: Carlos Amador, Jeff Kirkwood, Scot Chapman, Tommy Mills.
Back Row: Latricia Dillard, Gina McCoppin, Donald Morgan, Angela Jackson, Tasha
Joel Ballew concentrates on playing
Tamla Jaggers rings a bell for the
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Walters, Kim Coburn.
Yolanda Smith, LaDonna Norris. Back Row: Clay
Johnson, Tina Shields, Deborah Wood, Rushunda
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
Jeff Kirkwood and Carlos Amador play the National Anthem at the Saxophones - Front Row: 1 George Sanders, Greg Stegall. Back
Row: Kim Coburn, Joel Ballew, Jeff Boyd, Kirk Buchanan.
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
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
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.
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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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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the Spartans really are.
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The cheerleaders swat the Skeetcrs during the Mesquite pep assembly.
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Ms. Adams is never chicken when it comes to fried
Banner Team: Bo Harmon, David Miller, Lisa Hoppert, Roy Phillips, Curtis Miller, Melvin
Bo Harmon David Miller
The varsity cheerleaders and Spartan Image wait anxiously for the mighty Spartans. Roy Phillips needs the Spartan suit to fit
Melissa Welch, Priscilla Torrez, Sandy Sanders,
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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."
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.
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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.
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J .V. cheerleaders perform at the pep assembly to "Nasty Rock."
Angie Thompson cheers on the J.V.
Melissa Dorrough and Hope Haynes chant
the J.V. basketball team to another win.
Ronda Jackson knows "who's gonna win!"
Pep rallies always amaze Michelle
Lipscombe and Melinda Pa
Mary Tierney and Pam Titus cheer at the
.l.V. pep assembly.
TaQuita Dansby enjoys being a J.V.
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J.V. cheerleaders are always ready to cheer.
Janice Bradley says, "We've got Spirit, yes
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-
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
Diane Rodriguez performs to
"Centerfold" in the S.O.C. pep
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Stephanie Coleman, Yolanda
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Brown, Missy Braswell. decorate their hall for Homecoming 1983.
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.
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.
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
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.
Jennifer Graham, Cyndi Gibbs, Laura Powell, and Rhonda Miller enjoy their feast after
The Blue Jackets cry their love for Samuell High.
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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.
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
Sponsor: Ms. Debbie Phelps Lynd
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
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.
Tammy Ledyard, Lara Moore, and Kimber Sanders
march down the steps for the Highland Park halftime
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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.
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Seniors: Rhonda Lindsey, DeAnn Woodruff, Marietta Watson, Lisa Serpas, Karen Wright, Lynn Bridges, Sheryl Scott, Kelley Maurer,
Kimber Sanders, Kim Crawford.
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Starlets practice the finale for Starlets On Broadway.
Sophomoresz Michelle Young, Denise Tribe, Cherry Brown, Lara Moore, Tammy Ledyard,
Starlet of the Week, Phyllis Brown, is con-
gratulated by Kim Pitts.
Managers: Lori Brisendine, Sandy Gibson, Shelly
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
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
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.
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.
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Crook, Lynn Bridges, Mandy Byrd, Sherry Dollgener, Sherian Espinoza,
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.
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Choir hits a high note for Cathy Huey, Monya Mathis and Lynn Bridges.
i Mandy Byrd, Jennifer Coffman and Kelley Westbrook find sight- FOURTH PERIOD OFFICERS - Lisa Hoppert, Craig Golden, Kelley
Maurer, Sheryl Scott, Melissa Carol, Ramona Leaks, Trisha Toole.
J - Beth Hairgrove and James Lyles are
lost without each other.
Kirk Buchanan knows that being the alternate isn't
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
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 -
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Craig Golden. should hear what she says
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for "Another Openin'."
E - Bill Lindley likes to follow in the
steps of Kimber Sanders.
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Jeff Boyd, James Lyles, and Bill Lindley
watch all the girls go by.
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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 . . ."
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.
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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.
Mr. Crook gives his lively directions to the
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
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
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.
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
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Outstanding 4th, 3rd, 2nd Year Thespians: Sandi Dreer, Gerald Ford, Tammy
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
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.
The Thespian Officers: Rhoda Patterson, treasurer, J. R. Parham, sergeant-ab
arms, Ronald Stout, vice-president: David Miller, president, Karen Carder
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
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
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.
Debra Henries and Linda Medrano burn fabric in the fiber lab.
Tracy Knight decorates her baby egg in
child development class.
Tierney Hopkins and Kandy Herring enjoy
the reception after the installation of
Stella Bagley gives a speech in the officer
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.
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.
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the leadership training sessions.
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
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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.
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.
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Smith, President f Amy Mankin, Chaplain - Alison Terry and Historian - Trisha
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Amy Mankin and Alison Terry greet Mr. Rollings at the installation dinner.
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.
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
Maria Reyes, Amy Mankin, and Alison Terry spend most of their
time at the Southern Region Conference making friends on the
Sabrena Armstrong brings joy to a child.
Tracy Knight, Maria Reyes, Nylonda White, and Tim Verdell makes friends, wherever he
Tim Verdell are all smiles after the Christmas lunch. goes.
Elaine Swann is certainly happy to see the
Kathy Black and Tracy Knight become close friends because of
their employment with Lerners.
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Matt Robinson hates being forced to have
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
lt looks like Tammy Stringer has become
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.
Carlos Trevino displays his plaque for winning in the food marketing series event at area 2
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
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.
Ricky Breazeale wins three hundred
dollars for the Coca Cola Free Enterprise
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
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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
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.
Kim Grimes, Ms. Stratton, Cassandra Rhodes, and Tyne Smith enjoy a Christmas luncheon
at Bennigan's at the Galleria.
Tyne Smith, Kim Thomas, Kim Grimes, Robin
Miller Angela Watson, and Cassandra Rhodes
believe in Steve "Santa" Crawford.
Joe Guerra makes Halloween special for a
visitor from Briggs Street Day Care.
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
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HERO II Officers - Kneeling: James Bailey. Standing: Karla
Moses, Robin Miller, Gary Hatfield, Brax Hawkins, Camille Stone,
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.
Kim Grimes watches Cassandra Rhodes
get a facial from former HECE student,
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.
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
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.
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.
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
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.
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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
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Cecilia Cisneros Natalie Derryberry Cindy Featherston Darcus Hawthorne Cathy Huey
CDB Financial Inc. Dallas Water Utilities Clarke Checks Forester Answering Baylor Medical Center
Dallas Water Utilities
Angela Morgan Kristin Morris Nicki Strange
Dallas Water Utilities Texas Central Credit Dr. Joe Gorham, DDS
Tammy Walters Karen Wright Robin Maxam
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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
OEA students participated in a wide
range of activities including the Area
Leadership Conference. The members
Leticia Hernandez works on her typing
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-
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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.
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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.
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 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
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,
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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.
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
Color Guard: Jeffrey Tatum, Robert Burns, Greg
McGinn, James Rhodes, David Sample.
Gary Warren checks his staff, J.R.
Parham, Calvin Ruble, and Rena
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
Shauna Demond and Byron Griffing await
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.
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.
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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,
The color guard participates in the Bryan
Adams pep assembly.
Stephen Miles and Lydia Norris march in
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.
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
Sentinel received the Award of
Honor from the University ln-
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
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.
Photographer Advisor Editor
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Feature Editor News Editor News Editor
Ms. Bell Janice Bradley
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.
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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.
Tammy Lewis enlarges a picture in the
Pam Hicks and Annora Tawney lay out
Keith Kissentaner requests pictures from
Kim Watts and Jerry Perez.
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
Bill Lindley gets caught doing the usual-
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Sparks fly from TORCH staff
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
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
Bill Lindley Ms. McCollum is tortured by the TORCH
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deadline time. Faculty, Juniors
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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.
Bo Harmon and Kristi Stout are good
Marisa Martinez opens mouth and inserts
Kim Mitchell makes the right match.
Sheryl Scott says, "What can l say? I'm
Kelley Maurer lays out with Jackson Staffers preview thel983 TORCH.
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Curtis Miller, Rhonda Lindsey, DeAnn Woodruff, Renee Brown, Marietta Watson and Rhonda Lindsey
Sheryl Scott lay out a mega-quad-pak at camp.
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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
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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
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
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.
Trisha Thomas enjoys working with
flowers at Paulis Florist.
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Craig Golden check out the new fashions at the Tee Shirt Corner.
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Sherian Espinoza - "I hope rock
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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
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."
Kelley Maurer -"I always dream
of becoming captain of the
DeLynn Loy - "Look out
CHIPS! Here I come."
Rhonda Rust - "I hope they
don't have seven periods when l'm
Sheryl Scott - "Mirror, mirror,
on the wall, whois the fairest of
Kim Watts - "Hey good looking.
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Thea Sneed - 'LI am on my way
to the Easter Parade in my Easter
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dressed up and have someplace to
Rhonda Lindsey - "Nothing can
get my goat."
Karen Carder - 'Tm ready for
beach blanket bingo."
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wait until I'm a Samuell
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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
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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
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
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
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
Mom and Dad
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'
You are one ofthe greatest joys of our llves We are very proud
of you Keep your standards hugh Thanks for the memories All
Mom Dad and Bubba
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
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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
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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
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
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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
You are a very sweet and beautiful girl whose love for God
shows in your daily life We are very proud of your
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
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
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Alexander, Sherry - I. FHA 2. Soccer, Blue
Jackets 3. Soccer, OEA II 4. OEA I., Woods and
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,
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
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,
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,
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.
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,
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,
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,
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
Cisneros, Cecilia - I. Spanish Club, FHA 2.
Spanish Club 3. OEA, "B" Honor Roll 4. FHA,
Clark, Michael - 4. Band
Clay, Fonda - 2. FHA, Treble Choir 3. FHA, 4.
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
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
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
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
Conner, Ronald - 4. Woods and Waters
Cook, Eugene - 3. FHA 4. FHA, Industrial
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
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
Dunn, Roderick - I. Band
Ellis, Holly 4 l. Blue Jackets, Swim Team 4.
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
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,
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.
Garcia, Fructuoso 4 l. Spanish Club 2. Spanish
Garrett, Michael 4 4. NHS, Superlative, Honor
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,
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
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.
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,
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
Henderson, Tammy 4 l. ROTC, Red Cross,
Spanish Club 2. ROTC, Color Guard, Red Cross
3. ROTC, Color Guard 4. ROTC, Color Guard,
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
Henry, Richard 4 l. Soccer 2. Soccer 4 lst
Team All-District 4. Spanish Club, Soccer 4 lst
Herrera, Susie 4 I. Spanish Club, Red Cross 2.
Spanish Club 3. Spanish Club, OEA 4. Spanish
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.
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.
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
Ibanez, .lose 4 l. Band, Soccer 2. V. Soccer 4.
Isaacs, Barbara 4 1. FHA 2. FHA 4 Sec. 3.
FHA 4. OEA, FHA
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,
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
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
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.
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
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.
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
Macon, Cheryle - I. Red Cross 2. Student
Council, Volleyball 3. FHA 4. FHA, HERO,
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,
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
McCoy, Mike - l. Basketball 2. J.V. Football 3.
McClung, Sherry - l. Blue Jackets 3. HERO 4.
McGahey, Joel - 1. Band 2. Band 3. Band 4.
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,
Miller, Robin - l. Blue Jackets, FHA, Roller
Skating Club 2. FHA - Sec. 3. HERO 4.
Mitchell, Kenneth - l. Basketball 2. J.V.
Basketball, Track 3. J.V. Basketball 4. V.
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
Moss, Kay - l. Latin Club, Allied Youth 2.
Allied Youth, DECA - Pres. 3. Allied Youth 4.
FHA - Pres., Sentinel
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.
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
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,
Parham, J. R. - l. ROTC, Thespians, Color
Guard 2. ROTC, Thespians, Color Guard 3.
FHA, ROTC, Thespians 4. ROTC, Thespians,
Patterson, Rhonda - l. Basketball, Volleyball 2.
Volleyball, Thespians 3. V. Basketball,
Volleyball, Allied Youth, Thespians 4. Basket-
ball, Volleyball, Allied Youth - Treas., Most
Perez, Jerry - l. Soccer 3. Soccer 4. Soccer
Phelps, Robert - l. Deaf Pep Club 3. ROTC 4.
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
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
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,
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,
Ramer, Deanna - 4. DECA, Honor Graduate
Randolph, Graziani - 3. Perfect Attendance 4.
Student Council, UlL Spelling, PAC, V. Girls
Volleyball - Mgr., Outstanding Business
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,
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.
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,
Russell, Barry - 1. Football
Rust, Rhonda - l. Sign Language Club 2. FHA,
DECA 4. FHA - Hist., VICA
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
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,
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,
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,
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
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
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.
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
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,
Vaughan, Samantha - l. Red Cross, FHA -
Hist. 2. FHA A V. Pres., Outstanding Home
Economics Student 3. FHA 4 V. Pres. 4. FHA
Verdell, Timothy - 4. FHA, V, Track, DECA
Villarreal, Pearl - l. Blue Jackets, Roller
Skating Club, Red Cross 2. FHA 3. FHA 4.
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,
Warren, Cheryl - l, FHA 2. DECA, FHA 4.
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.,
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,
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.
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.
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
Woods. Sonji - l. I-'IIA 2. FHA, ROTC 3.
FHA, ROTC 4. FHA, ROTC, Runner-up Most
Yarbrough, Darryl - 4. Swim Team
Adams, Rushunda '
77, 258, 260
Adams, Sandra 0"
Adkins, Alison "
Agado, Maria "
Aguirre, .losett '
Aguirre, Rochell "
62, 63, 255,254
Alexander, Angela '
Alexander, Bart '
Alexander, Donald "
Alexander, Dwight '
Alexander, Mark '
Alexander, Sherry " "
17, 21, 310, 228
Alfaro, Eluid "
Allen, Arthur "
Allen, James '
Allen, John "
Alonzo, Frances ' ' ' '
Amador, Carlos ""
17, 240, 258, 259, 260, 261, 227,
213, 201, 220. 329
Ammons, Rose ""
17, 256, 257,178,179
Anderson, Bruce '
Anderson, Cartinus "'
Antonicelli, Lisa ' ' "
17, 231, 252, 257, 247, 246, 242,
229, 227, 329
Araujo, Diane '
Armstrong, Andrew "
Armstrong, Darwin "0
43, 302, 304
Arnold, Steven ' '
Arnold, Walter "
Arredondo, Elijah 0'
Arrington, Stacy "
Arterbury, David "'
Artis, Ray '
Asheraft, Eric "
Ashley, Jimmy "
63, 257, 179
Askew, David "'
Athey, Debbie '
Atkins, Kager "
Austin, Byron "'
58, 116, 117, 119,120,122
Austin, Reginald "
Avila, Elvira "
Aycock, David "
Aynes, Cynthia '
86, 250, 275
Badgett, Cindy U"
Bagley, Stella ' " '
17, 314, 257, 296, 293, 180, 172,
Bailey, Dondy '
Bailey, James ' ' "
Bailey, Robert '
153, 77, 141
Bain, Wesley "
Baker, Cheryl '
Ballard, Ametra ""
Ballard, Tonya "'
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"
Barber, Traci '
Barfield, Elizabeth "
Barlield, Johnny ""
Barger, Shane ' '
Bar er Steve "'
150, 45, 44, 159, 252, 288, 112,
287, 288, 286, 245, 242,188
Barham, Paula "'
45, 310.311, 235
Barnes, Hubert '
Bamhart, Sheri "'
Barnbart, Steve "
63, 172,l73, 130
Bamhill, Joe '
Barr, Donald '
77, 1 16, 122
Baskin, Kim '
Baskin, Michelle "
Battles, Tvinia ' ' '
45, 252, 253
Baty, Patrick '
Baxter, Sandi ' '
56, 269, 273, 63
Bazan, Edric ""
Bazis, Albert ' "'
Beam, Scott '
292, 31 5
Beckham, Nancy "
Bedford, Michelle "'
312, 297, 236
Bedwell, Donna '
Bedwell, Tina '
Bell, Greg '
Bellah, Dorothy '
77, 250, 293, 275
Bene, Chris "
Bene, Keith "
Benjamin, Jewel '
Benjamin, Melvin '
Bennett, Shannon '
Benoit, Robert "U
17, 303, 309, 299, 223
Benoit, Tina "'
Benson, Donnetta "'
45, 31 2
Benson, Stephanie '
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 '
Birdwell, Donna '
Bishop, Danny "
Black, Daron "
Black, Denise ""
18, 244, 245, 242, 213. 329
Black, Kathy "'
45, 300, 302, 303, 304
Black, Susan "
Blacknall, Dennis ""
Blair, Charles "'
45,112, 245, 242, 126, 127, 128
Blanch, Barbi "'
45, 293, 294, 295, 297, 254, 183,
Blanch, Daniel '
87, 77, 1 13
Blankenship, Kim ""
Blankenship, Rodney ""
Blanton, Bryan '
Bluitt, Derek "'
45,109,106, 132, 133
Blunt, Yvonne ""
18, 297, 298, 316
Bobien, Diana "
Bobien, Dixie ""
18, 310, 31 1
Boland, Toni '
77, 297, 277
Boleware, John "
63, 1 12, 132
Bolt, Tim '
Booker, Carlton ""
Borrego, Richard ""
77, 1 I3
Boyd, Fonda "
63, 256, 268
Boyd, Jeff ""
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
2, 6, 18, 264, 263. 262,265,266
Bradley, DeLynda "
Bradley, Janice "'
45, 44, 56, 268, 269, 270, 272.
273, 253, 252, 246, 180, 192,
245, 317, 316, 242, 222
Bradley, Ramona '
Braswell, Lisa '
76, 77, 292,246,276
Braswell, Missi '
77, 292, 246,275
Breazeale, Ricky 0"
18, 305, 304
Brence, Terry 'U
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 "'
Briggs, Susan ""
Brinkley, Kevin "
Brisendine, Kevin '
77, 113, 258, 261
46, 297, 282, 285,287
Brisendine, Sheila '
Brooks, Anthony "'
Brown. Angie ' ' '
46, 249, 254
Brown, Billy "
Brown, Cherry "
297, 246, 285,138,139
Brown, Chris '
Brown, Chris "
3,153, 76, 77, 292, 246. 275, 138
Brown, Donnie "" '
Brown, Henry '
Brown, James "
Brown, James "0
19, 108, 106, 111, 143,254,223
Brown, .lennae "'
Brown, Jerry "
Brown, Marie '
Brown, Monica "
Brown, Phyllis "'
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 "'
Browning, Vickie "'
Bruner, Victor ""
Bryant, Ritchie "
Bryant, Sonja '
Buchanan, Jennifer "
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,
Burden, Donal 'U'
Burke, Michael "
Burkett, Lana ' ' "
46, 54, 297
Burks, Valerie ' '
Burnett, Kristi '
Burns, Pino "0
19, 297, 237
Burns, Robert '
77, 314, 220
Burns, Tammi '
Burrell, Jacqueline ""
Busch, Eddie "'
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
Caldwell, Robert "
64, 288, 287
Caldwell, Tammy '
Campbell, Carl '
Camper, Cecil "'
Camper, Marcus ""
270, 252, 257, 235, 180,116,
215, 195, 229,126, 127,128
Camper, Vanessa '
Cantu, Chris '
Cantwell, Ray "'
46, 308, 309
Capers, Billy "U
Carder. Karen "0
19, 162, 163, 256. 293, 295, 298,
341, 172, 182, 195, 183
Carlisle, Michael "
Carlock, Mark "'
Carney, Casey "'
47, 298,126,127, 128
Carol, Melissa "
6. 151, 64, 62, 289, 288, 246,
287, 144, 145, 173,323, 189,
Carol, Terry '
78, 251. 288, 287
Carpenter, Darla "
Carpenter, Samuel "
Carroll, Archie 'U'
l3,156, l57,159,108,109, 106
Carroll, Clay '
Carroll, Larry ' ' ' '
Carrozza, Jeffrey "
Carter, Kristi '
Carter, Marcus "
Carter, Sandra ""
Carter, Teresa ""
20, 310,31 1, 213
Casebolt, Chris "
Cash, Bill "
Castaneda, Renay "
Castellano, Carlos '
Castellano, Wence "
Castleberry, Patricia '
Castro, Noah "
Cato, Katherine "'
47, 256, 257,179
Causey, Patricia ""
47, 249, 297,254
Caylor, Dana "
Chambers, David "'
47, 53, 184
Chancellor, Ronnie U"
20, 297, 254, 126, 127, 128, 329
Chandler, Sue "
Chaney, Ka "'
Chang, Alex "'
47, 251. 245, 242
Chang, Lucy '
Chapman, Ada '
Chapman, Scot "
151, 64, 176, 174, 288, 287, 258
Chapman, Stacy ""
9, 20, 149, 151, 41, 14, 293, 295
174, 175, 288, 287, 286, 291,
258, 259, 261, 290, 345, 202,
Chavez, Martha '
Cheatwood, Charles '
Cherry, Greg '
Cherry, Paul "'
Childress, Jamie 0
159, 64, 112, 143, 254,126, 127,
Chisolm, Brian "
65, 3 I 6
Chisolm, Keith "
Christensen, Anita "
Churchwell, Mike "'
47, 144, 192,245,242
Cisneros, Cecilia ""
20, 310, 31 I
Cisneros, Rafael '
Clancy, Mary "
Clark, Billy '
Clark, Darryl "'
Clark, Dean '
Clark, Michael "0
20. 293, 294
Clark, Mike "
Clark, Tom "
Clay, Fonda ""
Clay, Lacey "
Clayton, Michael "
Cleveland, Vickie "'
Fivecoat, Jimmy '
Cleveland. Willie '
Clinkscales, Linda ""
16, 20, 136, 137, 342, 255. 254.
Coates, Stephanie "'
47. 250. 298. 274, 277. 254
Coates, Tammy ""
20,155.1, 250, 298. 274. 254
Cobb, Jamie ""
Cobb. Leslie "
Cobb, Steven '
Cobbin. Keith "
Coburn. Kim ""
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 '
Coffman. Jennifer ""
20, 293, 294, 295. 257, 289. 297
Colbert, Weldon "'
Coleman, Stephanie '
Crear, Yolanda '
Crockett, Yolanda "
Crook, Steve '
Crouch, Shannon '
Crouch, Sherri "
65, 190, 221
Crowder, Clifford "
Crowe, Cassie '
78.295, 274, 276. 182. 183
Crowley, Mark '
Crowley. Mary '
Crowley, Shannon "
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 "'
Culton, Tonya "
Cummings. Cheryl "
Cunha. Darlene "'
Current. Christi "'
13, 55.48,232,138, 139.254
Current, David "
15.65, 141. 319
Curry, Michael '
Daniels, Kris '
Collier, Shelley "
65, 312, 277
Conner, Jason '
78, 1 13
Conner, Scott ""
Contreras, Joe "'
Cook, Eugene ""
Coonrod. Robert '
73- 37- Durham, Chantay '
Cooper, James '
Cooper, Sherrin "
Cooper. Tim "
Cope, Harvey '
Cork, Ken "'
Dale. Susan '
Dandridge, Jerri ""
Dandridge, Yolanda '
Daniels, Annie '
Daniels, Kim ""
78, 257, 179
Dansby, Kelvin "'
110.106, 234. 261
y. Q "
56, 268.269, 270, 271, 272. 2
Darden. Cornelia '
Cox, Wesley '
Cornish. Pamela ""
21. 35, 297. 298, 227
Coronado, Eddie "
Cortez, Roland "
Couch, Harold "
Courson, Donna "
Courson, Tommy '
Courtney, Connie ""
13, 21, 165, 256. 257. 178. 179
Cousins, Chris '
Cowan, Trisha "
Cox, Lori "
Davis, Sheree " Fspinoza, Cynthia '
Craig, Duana '
Crawford. Almon ' '
Crawford, April "
Crawford. George '
Crawford, Kim ""
21, 150, 156, 157, 161, 166.4.
278. 280, 282. 281, 283, 284.
285, 279, 246, 282, 283, 284.
244, 245.254, 242, 344, 206.
Crawford. Monica '
61, 78. 274
Crawford. Steve "'
48, 306, 308
Creamer. Wanda "'
Davault, Larry '
Davenport, Tammy "'
48. 298, 287
Davidson. Lori ""
Davidson, Sherri '
78, 298. 275
Davis, Anthony "'
Davis, Demetria "'
Davis, Donna '
104, 78, 1 15. 134
Davis, Eldred "'
Davis, Jackie "'
Davis, Karen '
Davis. Kealvin '
Davis, Lashon "
66, 257. 179
Davis, Marcel '
79, 177, 258, 261.195
Davis, Rosalind ""
22, 252, 244, 254. 242, 227, 213
Davis, Willie "
Dean, Robin "
249, 66, 274, 287, 189, 186
DeLaRosa. Juan '
79, I 13
DelCastillo. Raymon "
Dellinger, Joe "
DeMond, Shauna ""
22.251, 314.244, 242.213
Denton, Theresa ""
Derryberry. Natalie ""
22. 249. 310, 31 1, 299, 244, 242
Diaz, Johnnie "
Dillard, Latrica ' ' '
Dirickson, Jarvita '
Ditmars, Jason '
Ditmars, Rusty ""
111, 254. 225. 201
Dixon, Brenda "
Dixson. Alesia "
Dockins. Wendy '
Dodson. Tina "
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 "
Donaldson, Paul "'
270, 249,245. 181,242
Dooley, Michael '
Dorrough, Melissa "'
46, 48, 56, 268, 269, 270. 271.
273, 249, 298, 246, 254, 197.
Doughty. Cherri " ' '
22, 250, 298
Doughty, Sandra ' '
250, 66, 274
Drake, Trina "
Dreer. Sandi ' ' ' '
22, 231. 293, 294, 295, 257.287
316. 187, 227. 213
Duarte, Norma '
Duckworth, Gina " ' '
Duncan, Jimmy "'
Duncan. Latasha "
79, 314, 125
Duncan, Monty '
79. 257, 179, 222
Earl, Cynthia "
Earls, Donnie "
Edington. Tammie "
Edwards, Bryan '
Edwards, Douglas '
Ellis, llolly ""
22, 313, 225
Ellis, Katrina "
Ellison, Chris '
English. Keith '
Ervin. Ursula "
l-lscareno, Raul "'
157, 240. 76, 79, 292. 246, 276.
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, Rodney "
1 12, 132
Evans, Ronald "
Fallin, Robert ""
192, 341, 143, 223, 217, 328
Fallin, Terri '
79. 101, 201
Farrell, Tracy "'
Feagin, Joe 0"
22. 308, 309
Featherston, Cindy ""
23. 310, 31 1
Featherston, William '
79, 136, 137
Ferguson, Kevan '
Ferguson. Rad "'
49, 192, 316
Figueroa, Joey "'
Finley, Roger '
79, 113, 132,254
Finley, Russell ""'
6, 23. 249. 257. 131, 132, 254.
Finney. Dewayne '
Fitzgerald, David "'
49, 252, 297
Flener, Candis "'
Flener, Shannon ' ' '
Flores, Alfredo '
Flores, Belinda "
Flournoy, Steve '
Floyd, Shannon ' '
153, 66, 221
Folmar, Alton "
Ford, Gerald "' '
12, 23. 102, 103, 293, 294, 295.
298,l44,181,183, 207, 329
Fort, Derrick ""
23, ll 1, 298
Fortner, Roger '
Fortune. Terri "'
Foster, Farron '
Fox, Jerrye '
Franklin, Stacy '
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
Gamble, Letrice ' '
Gamez, Arturo '
Gantt, Vinson '
Garcia, Esmeralda "'
Garcia, Fructuoso ' " '
Garcia, Julian "'
Garcia. Mel '
Garcia, Rodolfo '
Garden, Charles '
Garner, Kevin "'
49, 252. 297
Gibbs, David "'
7. 49, 261
Gibson, Anthony "
Gibson, Sandy "
151,166.159, 293, 294, 66. 282.
285, 287. 245, 242,221
Gifford, Stormy "'
49, 308. 309
Gilliam, Nancy ""
Goans, Nancy '
Goans, Terry '
Godbey, Rodney ' '
Godbey. Ron '
Godbey, Sherri "' '
21, 23, 161. 303. 226
Golden, Craig ""
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 "
Gonzales, Irma "'
Gonzales, Margarita ""
Gonzales, Ralph ""
Gonzales, Stephanie '
80, 138, 139
Gonzales, Emilio "'
Goodson, Elizabeth ""
Goolsby, Sheryl "
Gordon, William "
315. 66. 257
Gothard. Jeffery '
Gowans. Marsha ' ' '
Graham, Danette '
80, 134, 135, 325
Graham, Jennifer '
240, 80, 275, 277, 328
Graham, Tian '
Gray. Van '
Green. Anthony "'
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 '
Grifling, Byron '
Grimes. Gary "'
Crimes, Kim "'
50. 306, 307
Grimes, Loretta "
Grizzle, Michael ""
Gudino, Baltazar ""
Guerra, Joseph "'
50, 306, 307
Garrett, Mitchell 'U'
Gatewood, Judy "'
Gatewood, Sharon '
Germany, Bryan '
79. 172,173. 196
Gibbs, Cymii '
76, 79, 292, 246. 277, 276
Guerrero. Dolores "
Guerrero, Dora '
Guinn, Richard '
80, 144, 145
Gunstanson, Karen ""
6, 24, 31. 155, 264, 262. 265.
266. 263. 257. 312. 326
Guynes, Brian ""
Gwaltney. Nancee "
llaire, Sharletta "
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.
Henry, Richard "0
216, 189.213, 207, 222
Hall, Bryan "0
Hall, Grady ""
24, 256, 178
Hall, James U"
Hall, Lisa "'
50, 250, 297, 298, 299, 276
Hall, Patricia "
67, 235, 316
Hamby, Mike '
Hamilton. Greg ""
Hamilton, Monica '
152, 80, 1 15, 277,276
Hampton, Devon '
Hansen, Karen "
136. 137. 67
Harden, Melvin "'
50. 109, 110, 106
Hargis, David '
Harmon, Bo ""
7, 8, 24, 263, 266. 265, 262, 257.
320, 203, 219, 199, 222, 322, 319
Harper, Scott "'
Harris, Eldred '
Harris, Pamela "'
Harris, Victoria '
24, 297, 298,214
Harvey, David '
Hatfield, Gary "0
24, 307, 221
Hathorn, Doug "
Hatzenbuehler, Paul "
Hawkins, Brax ""
Hawthorne, Corey '
80. 292, 315
Hawthorne, Darcus ""
25, 310, 31 1
Haynes, Hope "'
46, 56. 50, 268, 269, 271, 272,
Haynes, Toi ""
25, 156, 37, 253, 252, 314, 257,
297,192,244, 242. 217, 195,
Head, Jerrye '
Head, Tcrayn '
Hein, Julie '
Henderson, Bohby '
Henderson, Carl ' ' '
50,136, 249, 245, 242
Henderson, Chris "
Henderson, Janelle '
Henderson, Robby "
Henderson, Tammy ' ' ' '
Henley, Rodney " '
Hennen, Jeff ' ' "
7, 25, 258, 261
Henries, Debra '
Henries, Robert ""
Henry, Michael "
11, 25, 141, 254
Henry, Steven "'
Henyard, Verma "'
312, 297, 298
Hernandez, Alonzo "'
Hernandez, Carlos '
Hernandez, Leticia "'
161, 51. 252. 312, 298, 247, 246,
Hernandez, Norma "'
51. 252, 298
Hernandez, Pete '
Herrera, Susie ' ' ' '
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 "'
Higginbotham, David ""
25, 297, 172, 141. 225
Higgins, James '
Hill, Beverly ""
Hill, Charles '
Hill, Charlotte "'
Hill, Rodrick '
Hill, Shellie U"
12, 26, 165, 267, 257,179,342
Hoard, Rhonda '
80, 172, 173
lloard. Rodney "
152, 297, 298, 190, 67
Hobbs, Tawanna ""
26, 341, 185, 201
Hocker, Justin "
Hodge, Kelvin '
Holland, Terry ""
Hollins, Cedric "'
Holloway, Otis ""
Holt, Machelle "
67, 257, 179
Homan, Mark '
Hooker, Cliff "'
51, 249, 233,126,127
Hooper, Kenneth ""
26, 223, 224
Hope, Priscilla '
Hopkins, Tierney ' ' '
171, 296, 297, 246,282
Hoppert, Lisa 0"
, ,263. 262, 265. 266. 98.
293, 295,175, , 289, .
238, 246, 287, 291, 290, 192,
340, 243, 244, 316, 242, 205.
194186 228 213
, , , .200.222.327
Ilouston. Charlotte '
Howie, Deanna ' '
Hudson, Linda "
Huey, Cathy "H
Hughes, Tony "
llullett, Brandie '
80. 274. 276
Hulse, Perry "
Hulse, Ray '
80. 1 I3
Hulsey, Marty "'
Humphrey. Kristi ' ' ' '
26.301, 303, 244, 326
Hunt, Denise "
Hunt, Leigh Anne "U
192, 199, 326
Hunter, Betty "'
Hunter, Tony "U
Hurd, Annette "
Hutchinson, Norman '
Hyles, Steve ' "'
7, 8, 26,149,15, 249,176,192
258, 261, 341, 173, 243, 244,
242, 320, 321, 218, 225, 207,
Ibanez, Claudia "
Ibanez, Jose ""
26. 308, 309
Ibarra. Magaly " "
Isaacs, Barbara ""
27, 310, 31 1
Isbell, Jimmy "
lvy, Linda "'
51, 252, 298
Jackson, Angie '
152, 80. 258,259
Jackson, Anner "
Jackson, Charlotte "
Jackson, Donna "
Jackson, Greta ' '
Jackson, Jamie '
80, 96, 298
Jackson, Jerry ""
Jackson, Leslie '
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 '
238, 246. 287, 291, 258, 259,
261, 290. 341, 244. 242,202,193
James, Alfred ""
119, 122, 132, 133, 195, 226, 325
James, Verita "'
156, 157, 52. 252. 312, 169, 284.
Jarmon, Jeffery "'
12, 58, 68,124
Jeffrey, Karen ""
27, 297, 298,225
Jemmerson, Norris '
80, 314, 132
Jenkins, Julia "'
Jenkins, Sherry ' ' '
Jenkins, Sylvia "'
52, 159, 297, 298, 239
Jennings, Scott '
Jimison, Patrick "
230, 314, 68, 232
Jocoy, David '
Johnson, Billie ""
27, 231,88, 253, 252, 192, 243.
244, 242, 203, 217, 195, 227, 213
Johnson, Cedric '
Johnson, Charles ""
Johnson, Cletis "
Johnson, David "'
Johnson, Delania "
152, 314, 68, 191
Johnson, Edward ""
27, 107, 06
Johnson, Erbie '
Johnson, Esther "' '
Johnson, Frank ' ' '
09.110, 106, 124,222
Johnson, Glen ' ' '
Johnson, Gloria '
Johnson, Janice '
Johnson, Johnny ' '
Johnson. Kenneth '
Johnson. Norma ' ' ' '
28, 31 5
Johnson, Patricia '
Johnson, Rod 'U'
Johnson, Tim "' ' '
Johnson, Tracy "
Johnston, Damon ""
22, 28, 240, 252, 174, 175, 177,
Jones, Alicia '
Jones, Anthony "'
Jones, Brian "'
Jones, Brian '
Jones, Bryan ""
Jones. Craig '
Jones, Gwen "
Jones, Joanna ""
28. 310. 31 1
81, 1 12
Jones, Michelle '
Jones, Regina "
Jones, Richard ""
Jones. Stacy "' '
Jones, Stephan '
Jones. Tameka '
Jones, Tina "'
Jones, William '
goplin, Donald '
Julsen, Shannon "
249, 68, 246, 275, 254
Jurik, Fred 'U'
Keeton, Jay '
Keeton, Jesse "
Keierleber, Damian '
Kellum, Pam "
12, 292, 68, 180
Kelly, Tanya "
Kennedy. Sherry "
68, 257, 179
Kent. Annette '
81, 292, 276
Kent, Richard '
Kephart, Holly "'
Kerbow, Alex '
Kessee, Tony '
10, 81, 136
Kettle, Bryan "
Key, Joel '
81, 1 13
Key, Mary ""
28, 293, 294
Killebrew, Shannon '
240. 81, 298, 275. 276
Kimble, Benjamin "
Kimbrough, Alice "
King, April '
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 "'
Knight, Tracy ""
28. 296. 301, 302
Krannich, Lisa '
Kuykendall, James "
Kuykendall, Michelle ' " '
Kuykcndall, Richard "
Kuykendall, Ronda "'
53, 300, 303, 304
Lamay, Michelle '
81,292, 136, 137
Lambert, Christi ' "
53, 257, 318
Lamkins, Gregory '
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, Juanita "
Leaks, Ramona ""
29. 167, 289, 297, 298, 287, 180
Leal, Robert ""
53, 285, 195
Leal, Roland '
Ledyard, Tammy "
147,166,159, 69, 169, 278, 285
Lee, Justin '
IA:-egood, Keith ""
Lennox, Eric ""
Lester. Helen ""
Lewis. Clifton '
Lewis, Kenetha '
Lewis, Kimberly '
Lewis, Leonard '
Lewis, Sharon ' "'
Lewis, Tammy "
Lewis, Terence "
1 12, 132
Lightfoot, Robert 0
Lim, Sun "'
53, 250, 252, 293, 294, 246, 192
Limon, Cristela "'
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, ,
214, 225, 348, 199, 222, 220.
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 ""
Linwood, Regina ""
Lipscomb, Michelle "
56. 268. 269.270, 272, 69, 222
Lisenbe, Jerry "'
Liston, Richard "
Little. Brent '
81, 254, 326
Littrell, Darla U"
Littrell, Karla ""
159. 264, 263. 262. 265, 266,
Locke, Karen "
Lockhart, James '
Lockmiller, Lisa "'
297, 246. 282, 284
29, 308, 309
Lofton, Lisa '
Long, Kevin '
Long, Ronnie "'
Long, Tracey '
81, 276, 330
Lopez. JoAnn '
Lopez, Rudy "
293.294, 295, 69. 182
Lott. Inetta "
Love, Charles '
82. 252, 142
53, 252. 312, 297. 298
Love, Regina "
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 '
Luera, Ted '
Lyhrand, Misty '
291. 290, 193, 206, 188, 228, 200
Mabary, Brian '
82, 1 13
Macias, Maria "'
Macon, Cheryle ""
29, 306, 298
Macon, Floyd "'
53,58,116. 117,1l8.120. 122
Main, Sherry "
Malone, Sharon "U
Maloney, Wallace "'
54, 297, 233. 254. 130
Maloy, Adolphus ""
Manes, Renee "'
171.297, 284, 245. 242
Mankin, Amy ""
305, 301, 300, 302, 242. 218,213
Mann, Jeff "'
54, 293, 294,136, 287. 288
Martinez, George "
Martinez, Henry '
7, 82, 258, 261
Martinez, Letty '
Martinez. Mario '
Martinez, Marisa U"
30, 256. 257, 249, 332,254,320
323, 204, 227, 322, 319
Martinez, Matthew '
82, 178, 141
Mathews, Melissa "'
Mathis, Cerrita "U
Mathis, Monya "'
151, 54, 252, 169, 170, 289. 287,
288, 188, 221
Mauer, Mark '
Maurer, Kelley U"
10, 12, 16, 231.311, 150, 147, 166.
293 294 176, 257, 168,
169, 171,2119, 237, 278, 280,
281, 283, 282, 284. 279, 285,
246, 287, 336, 342, 243. 244,
242 344 320 323,216,195.
Maurry, Donna '
Maxam, Rnbin ""
30, 310, 31 1, 200
May. Tonya "
Mayers, Phyliss "
69. 297, 298
Mays. Belinda '
76, 82, 292,276
Mays, Windifer "'
McAnaIly, Susan "
249, 70, 245,242
McCall. Marla '
McCarter, Billy ""
7, 31, 153, 15, 174, 176, 257,
288, 287, 286. 258. 261, 341,
McMullen, Christene '
McNeal, Nancy """
McPherson, lleathcr U"
31. 306, 307
Medrano, Linda "'
Melaun, Gayla 0"
Mendez, Marcus '
Menzel, Monty '
Merimon, Michael "
315. 136, 70
Meza, Carmel "'
Meza, Martin '
Meza, Theresa '
Meza, Tina "
Mick, Shawn ""
Miles, Kevin "0
7. 16, 26, 31. 149. 41. 289, 239,
287, 288, 286, 290, 291, 258.
Miles, Lisa '
Miles, Stephen "
Miller, Catherine '
Miller, Charles "
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.
205, 183, 199, 326. 329
Miller, Mendi ""
McClurkan. Alicia "
McCollum, Ricky "
McCoppin, Gina '
McCown, Terry '
155, 82, 274, 276
McCoy, Diane "
McCoy, Fred '
McCoy, Heath '
82. 1 13
McCoy, Mary "'
McCoy, Michael ""
McCoy, Pam "
314, 70, 298, 222
McCoy, Tonya '
82, 274. 276
12, 16, 229
Miller, Randall '
Miller, Rhonda '
240, 82, 85. 277, 276. 192. 138.
Miller, Robin ""
21, 32, 161, 306, 307
Miller, Sharon "
160, 1 14, 1 I5
Miller, Sonja ""
32, 178, 198
Miller, Todd '
69V 297 Montalvo, Ricky
Manning, Tenesa '
82, 114, 134
Mansell, Nelson "'
Maples, Stacey "
Marett, Earl ""
Markham, Tommie ""
Marsh, Rita "'
Marshall, Chizelle '
Martel, Roxanna "'
56, 54, 268, 269, 270, 273, 312
Martin. lda ""
Martin, Pamela '
Martin, Ricky '
87. 82, 113, 287. 288
Martin, Sean ""
Martin, Sonja "
Martinez, Anna "
McCullough, Ferlinda "
McFarland, Les "
6, 241, 253, 252. 315, 136, 70.
131, 246, 190. 220
31, 308, 309
McGary, Derrick '
McGhee, Rena 0"
31, 314, 315. 191, 190
McGhee. Stephanie '
82, 84, 314
McGinn, Gregory '
McGowan, Steve 'U'
31, 304, 223,328
McHone, Tammy "
162,163, 293, 294, 70, 287
Martinez, Canuto U"
Martinez, Diana "
Martinez, Elizabeth '
McKenzie, Jeff "
McKinney. Melvin '
McKnight, Kim '
McKnight, Richard "
McLemee, Paige ""
McMillan, LaTanya '
Millican, Ronald "
Milligan, Jason ' ' ' '
32, 318, 223
Mills, Tommy '
82, 258, 259
Mitchell, Carolyn "'
Mitchell, Casey '
Mitchell, Denise '
Mitchell, John '
Mitchell, Kenneth U"
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 '
Mokry, Ronald '
Monette. Earnest '
Montalyo, Dinah ""
32, 253, 257. 252, 249, 326
Montalvo. Marlene " "
Montalvo, Miguel "
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"
Moorelield, Gary ' ' '
Morgan, Angela U"
32, 310, 31 I, 340, 213
Morgan, Donald 0'
55, 249. 174, 258, 259. 261. 220
Morgan, Gayla '
Morgan, Ken ""
Morgan, Lydia "
Morgan, Scott "'
149, 55. 47. 237. 141
Morris, Kristin """
32, 310. 31 1. 338. 229, 326
Morris, Michael "
Morris. Russell "'
Morrison, Donald "
Morrison, Sandra '
82, 275. 277. 328
Morton, Danny '
Morton, Mike "
Moses, Chris "'
Moses, Karla "'
Moss, Kay ""
32. 297, 316
Mudgett, Patricia "'
55, 312, 297
Murray, Cathy "
165, 96, 70
Murray, Todd '
3, 293, 294. 258, 261
Myers, Joel "
Myers, Kenneth '
Nance, Michelle "
55, 256, 71
Nassar. Raman '
Neal, Anthony "'
Neal, Earnest "'
Neal, Greg "'
Neal, Larry "'
Nelson, Ron "
Newhouse, Fredrick '
Newsome, Shawn ""
111, 169. 170. 171, 247, 254,
223, 225. 214, 226. 201, 207,
221,126, 127. 128. 246,324,326
Niccolls, Bonnie '
Nichols, Karen '
Nobles, David ""
32.107.110. 106. 270,132, 133.
Norris, Greg "
Norris, Jamie '
83, 256, 292, 276
Norris, LaDonna '
83, 298, 234, 258, 260
Norris, Lydia 0'
Norris, Michelle '
Nuckols, Tina "'
11, 55, 253. 252, 237, 246. 320,
197, 322, 319
Nunley, Glenda ""
33, 252, 249, 244, 255, 254, 242,
Nunley, Paula "'
Ochoa. Patricia '
Oden, Brian '
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 ""
Page, Mike "
Paige, Angela "0
Paiz, Melinda "'
13. 46, 55, 44. 56. 167, 268. 269.
270, 271. 272, 297, 239, 246,
Pantoja, Rachel U'
Pantoja, Rebecca "'
Parham, Kevin U"
Parker, Angela "
165, 256, 71
Parker, Bryron "
241, 3l4,315,71, 180,220
Parker, Diana "'
Parker, Randall '
10. 83. 132
Parris, Kristie "
Parrish, Corsandra "
5. 314. 71
Paschall. Michael "
Patrick, Rhonda '
83. 314. 222
Palt, Vickie "
Patterson. Rhonda ""
Payne. Michael U"
Peavy, Debra "'
314. 297, 191, 190
Pedersen, Stacey '
Peek, Karie "'
Pena. Curtis '
Penland, Jason '
83, 293. 294. 295. 141. 183
Perez, Francisco "
Perez, Hugo "
Perez, Melida '
136, 137, 275
Perkins. Dana '
Perry, Corey '
Peters. R. C. "'
Pettis. James "
Phelps, Robert ""
Phillips, Lance '
9. 87. 83, 130
Phillips, Roy ""
8, 149, 33. 34, 154. 166 1.26-1.
263, 262, 265. 266. 252 169.
Pierce, Carter "'
Pierson, Greg ""
7, 33, 232, 234, 258
Pierson, Michelle '
83, 277, 276, 261. 254
Pina, Rosalio ""
Pinales, Judy '
Pineda, Ricardo '
Pinnekins, Missey '
Pinnekins. Rodessie "
Pitts, Kim "'
150. 147. 56, 166. 57.4
246. 282. 284. 285, 287,
Pitts, Rodney "U
Points,J. D. 'U'
Polk, Stanley ""
Pool, Darita ""
6, 33. 34. 155, 264, 263, 262.
265. 266. 252, 176, 177
297. 246, 320, 321, 204, 219,319
Poole, Tracey ' '
167, 252, 71, 298
Porter, Braun '
Poteet. Charlotte "'
173. 172, 71
Poullard, J. B. '
Powell, Danny "
Powell, Laura '
3, 76, 83, 292. 248. 246. 275.
Prater, Michele '
83, 256, 292, 275
Pratt, Debbie "'
Pratt. F. T. '
Presley, Susan ' ' ' '
248, 257. 247. 246. 244.
181, 242, 320, 197, 218. 214.
227, 213,220, 326. 330, 322.319
Presley, Terry '
Prieur. Viviana '
Prince, Angela '
8 3, 276
Proctor, Joseph ' ' '
Pugh, Albert '
Raah, Richard '
Rachal, April '
Ragsdale, Annette '
83, 136, 137
Ramirez, Guadalupe "
Ramirez, Nicholas '
Ramirez, Priscilla "
157, 71, 62, 233. 246, 197
Randolph, Graziani " "
162, 163. 293. 294. 295. 233.
Reeves, Ronny ' ' '
Reyes, Benito '
Reyes, Jose ""
Reyes, Maria U"
Reyna, Raul "
Rhodes, Cassandra ' ' ' '
34, 306, 307, 225
Rhodes, James '
Rhone, Terry '
82. 256. 314
Rhynes, Charles "'
57. 297. 222
Ricarte, Louis '
Richard. Lester '
84, 292, 315
Richardson. Anthony "
71, 1 12
Richardson. Jana '
Richmond. Kenton '
Richmond. Michael ' ' '
57. 1 12
Ridge. Stacey "
Riggs, Sandra '
Riley, Bill ""
Riverson, Zandra "
Roberson, Angela "'
Roberson, William '
84, 125. 132
Roberts, Kimbla "
Roberts, Shannon "
Robinson, Billy '
84. 292, 1 13
Robinson, Keith '
Robinson, Matt ""
34, 302, 303. 304
Robinson, Ricky "'
57. 251, 249. 254. 256
Roblcdo. Alice '
Robledo, Betty '
Rochelle. Darron ""
Rodriguez. Debi ""
Rodriguez, Diane "
72. 274. 275. 258 254
Rodriguez, Freddie "
Rodriguez. Tim "'
Rodriquez, Debbie "'
Rodriquez. lnrraine '
Rodulfo, Lazaro ""
34, 317, 316
Ruble, Calvin H"
Ruiz. Agustin "
Ruiz. Oscar "
Russell, Belinda "U
35. 297. 316
Rust. l.anita "
Rust. Rhonda ""
35. 308. 309, 342
Saddler, Darrin "'
Salazar, Moises "'
Salter, Kennod "'
Samford, John '
152, 84. 233
Sample. Allen "
72, 31 3
Sample, David '
84, 314, 31 5
Sample, Ronnie '
Sanders, Autry ""
Sanders. Dwight ""
Sanders. Eric "'
I3,57,107. 110,106,111, 132.
Sanders, George '
84, 174, 258, 259, 260
Sanders, Jonathan "'
Sanders, Kimber ""
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 "
Sanderson, Vickie '
Sands, Marc "'
Sands, Maria "'
57, 251. 252, 299, 245, 242
Sauceda, Hugo '
Saueedo, Emestine '
Schmidt. Michael '
SCOtt, Dawn '
Scott, James "
Scott. Scotty ""
35, 308. 309, 329
Scott, Sheryl ""
Shed. Boris "
Sheets. .ledidah "
Shields. linu '
si. 358. 2611
Shoemaker, Kimberly "
Sholars, John '
Sholes, Natali "
Shultz, Andrea "'
10, 58.4, 249, 169, 297. 298.
282, 284. 254. 198
Shumate, Robert ' ' ' '
Shupak, Tracy '
Sidderwhite, Belinda "
Simmons. Kelly "'
Simms, Lisa "
Simon, Melody ' '
Sims, Bobby " ' '
Sims. Fonda '
85. 315. 258
Sims, Sherri "'
166. 52. 58, 4, 14. 312, 282. 284
Sistrunk, Kelby '
146. 85. 136
Skyler, Daralyn '
Smart, JoAnn ' '
Smart, Sonya '
Smart, Thurman "
Smith. Anthony "
72, 1 12
Smith, Carlos '
Smith, Christina ""
Smith. Diana ""
36, 315, 225
Smith, Kim "
Smith, Lance '
Smith, Lane '
Smith. Leontyne " "
36. 306, 297
Smith, Mahlon "
72, 298, 276
Smith, Marie '
Staley, Robyn ""
Stanton, Trepascu '
Starks, Tonya "'
Steele, Barbara ' ' ' '
Steele, Charles ' ' ' '
Steele, Wendy "
Stegall, Gregory '
85. 174. 175. 258, 259
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 "
Stevenson. Corby "
73, 1 12
Steward, Iris '
Stewart, Eric '
Stewart, Mike "
8, 13, 73. 130
Stewart, Richard '
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 ' ' "
3. 149.41,36,39, 175,235,287
288. 291, 290, 341, 17
316, 242, 320, 193. 219, 229.
224, 201. 207. 222. 32
Stone, Glenn '
85, 136, 287, 288
Stout. Audrey "'
Stout, Kristi "'
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 ""
Smith, Ricky '
Smith. Ron "
Smith, Ruth Ann '
Smith. Shelia ' ' ' '
Smith, Tanya "
Smith, Tanya ""
36. 315. 222
Smith, Tina '
Smith, Tracey "
295, 287, 288, 197, 182, 183
Strange, Nicki " '
59, 310, 31 1
Strickland, Vonda ""
Stringer, Tammy ' "'
Stuart, Tom '
Stunkard, Evette ""
Suiter. Tammy ""
37. 306, 307. 200, 326. 329
Sullins, Mark "
315, 73, 1 12
Sullins, Tamie "
Ransom. LaTonya '
Ransom, Misti '
Ransom, Shelia '
83, 84. 315
Ratcliff, Tommy "
Rawls, Teresa ""
34. 293. 295. 287, 303, 228
Ray, Brian '
Ray, Wanda "
Rayford, Brian '
Record, Cornell "
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 '
Reeves. LaRonda '
84, 292, 298, 299, 134
Rogers, Keith "
Rogers, Kenny "
251, 72, 144. 145. 243. 245, 24
Rogers, Mack "'
Rogers, Mitch '
Romo, Juan '
Romo, Raul '
Romo, Ray '
Rosemond. Lenthell ' ' '
Rosemond, Rhonda '
84, 315, 298
Ross, Reginald ""
Ross, Sharon '
Routt. Samuel '
Rouvaldt, Deedra "
159. 72, 221
Rowland, Charles ' '
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.
Searl, James '
Selby. James "'
Serpas, Lisa ""
35.4, 169, 171, 282, 283, 317,
Serrata. Sharon ""
35. 297. 317. 316. 254
Shankle, Betty "'
Shankle, Thomas '
Shaw. Benjamin '
Shaw, Corey '
84, I I3
Shaw. Shannon '
85. 298, 276, 222
Smith, Tracy "'
58, 258, 260
Smith, Yolanda '
85, 234, 258. 260. 261
Smith, Yolanda '
Smith, Yulonda "
Smith. Zachary "'
58, 301, 300, 304, 199
Smitty, Ruth Ann '
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 "'
Spencer, Sekitha ""
Spencer, Vanessa '
Staab. Sandy '
Swann, Elaine " '
Sweek, Shannon "'
Swinney, David "
Tabaniag, Anthony ' '
Talley, Sheilia "' '
Tamel. Kenneth ""
37, 308, 309
Tanner, Donovan '
85, 113, 298, 299, 238, 132
Tarver, Jeffrey "'
Tatum, Charles " '
59, 1 12
Tatum, Jeffrey '
Tatum, Kenneth "
Tawney, Annora "'
59, 256, 318
Taylor. Anthony "
165, 73, 238
Taylor, Bertha " ' '
37, 297, 275
Taylor, Brenda "
Taylor, Julius "
73, 1 16, 123
Taylor, Nona '
85, 258, 259, 261
Taylor, Shane '
85. 31 5
Taylor, Sherry "
136, 137, 73
Taylor, Tina ""
Teal, Bobby "
Terry, Alison ""
37, 305, 301, 300, 302. 200
Terry. Beverly '
Terry, Randy "'
59, 308, 309
Thomas, Carrie '
Thomas, Deide "'
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 '
Thompson, Kevin ""
1, 37, 251, 244, 254. 242. 191,
169, 285, 287, 245, 242. 188
Thornton, Karla ""
Thorpe, Steve '
Tierney, Mary "'
46. 56, 59, 162, 163. 268, 269,
270, 272, 273, 293, 294, 295.
Tieu, Houng '
Titus, Greg '
Titus, Pam "
56. 268, 269. 270, 272, 73, 222
Todd, James '
Todora, Frank "
Todoroff, Julie '
240,159, 85, 298, 274, 276, 138.
Toole, Trisha ""
29, 230, 148, 149, 41, 38, 241.
252, 175. 289, 287, 286, 291.
103, 290, 341, 228
Torain, Renina '
Torrel, Priscilla ""
12, 38, 165, 267, 318
Townsend, Glenn '
Trevino, Carlos ' ' '
48. 305. 304
Tribe, Denise "
147, 166, 250, 73, 169. 298, 284,
149, 241, 166, 52, 59, 4, 250.
233, 246, 284, 287, 291, 290,
Tulley, Kathy "
250, 73, 277, 245, 242
Tumey, David "
Turner, Brad ' "
Tumer, Cassandra '
Turner, Cindy "
249, 73. 254
Tumer, Eric "
Tumer, Michael '
85, 292, 315
Uloth, William '
Usrey, Sandra '
Utley, Thomas ' " '
Vail, Tammy "'
2, 166,49, 59, 170, 298, 284,
138, 139, 222
Vance, David '
86, 1 13
Vanderslice, Cherrie " '
VanRoss, Gwendolyn "' '
VanRoss, Tonia ' ' '
169, 171, 143, l72,316,218,
229, 207, 327
VanSyckle, Sally '
VanZandt, llernandez "
Vaughan, l-lugcne '
Vaughan, Samantha ""
Vaughn, Claudia ' '
Vaughn, George "'
60, 245, 242, 126, 127, 128
Vaughn, Oteka '
Veail, Darren '
Vega, Domingo '
Vela, Rudy 0'
Vela, Victor "'
Venters, James "
Verdell, Tim ""
Villarreal, Abel "
Villarreal, Pearl ""
38, 306, 307, 223
Vines, David "'
Vinson, Aaron '
Vinson, Stephanye "' '
35, 38, 315, 297, 207
Voelkle, Lynette "
256, 74, 257, 179
Wade. Katrina '
Wade, Kenetia "
Wafford, Sherri '
86. 292, 276, 221, 328
Wagner, Stacy '
157, 105,165,86. 115
Waiters, Alvin '
Waldon, Jamal "
Walker, Dale ""
3, 38, 174, 258. 259, 261
Walker, Dc-Wayne '
Walker, Rhonda "
Wallace, Carla "
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 ""
Walton, Deidra '
Walton, Kenneth "
1 10, 106. 74
Walton, Teresa ""
39, 306, 307
Walton, Wendy '
Ward, Janice '
Ward, Yolanda "'
Wardrup, Ruth '
Warren, Andrew ' '
Warren. Cheryl ""
39, 297, 298
Warren, Gary ""
Warren, James ' "'
Warren, Krissie "
74, 258, 260
293, 294, 315
Warren, Patrick "
Warren, Reginald "
Washington, Andrea ' '
Washington, Cynthia "
Washington, Yolonda ""
Waters, Roy '
Watkins, Regina ""
Watson, Angela ""
39, 306, 307
Watson, Kyle '
Watson, Marietta ""
12, I49,41, 39, 159, 88,
291, 290, 341, 244, 242,
321, 216, 195, 213, 199,
221. 330, 323, 319
Watts, Brenda '
Watts, Kimberly ""
168, 281, 282, 283, 287 336
1, 39, 165, 164, 256, 257, 318,
178, 179, 342, 218
Weathers, Aunia ""
Webb, Anthony "
74, 178, 222
Webb, Chris "
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 ""
217, 194, 229
Wenner, Reagan "
West, Denise "
Westbrook, Kelley "
74, 289, 287
Whatley, Cherri '
Whitaker, Anthony '
86, 112, 258, 261,132
Whitaker, Jacquelyn "'
60, 252, 312, 297, 298
white, Amber '
86, 298, 275
White, Hope ""
White, Joe ""
White, John '
86, 252, 258,260
White, John "'
White, Mark "'
60, 287, 288, 254, 126, 127
White, Mike "
308, 309, 74,112
40, 301, 302, 304
White, Reginald ""
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 '
Whitmore, Otis '
Widemon. Tony "
Wilkes, Timothy '
86, 1 13
Williams, Anthony '
Williams, Arthur '
Williams, Brenda ""
149, 151, 40, 293, 294, 287, 341.
Williams, Chris "'
152, 60, 249, 245, 254. 242, 222.
Williams, Dedrick "'
13, 156,157,60, 110,106, 111,
270, 247,246, 180,132, 133
Williams, Denise "'
60, 312, 297,298
Williams, Drusilla " ' '
Williams, Elizabeth '
Williams, Erica "
Williams, Frank ""
40,38,116, 117, II8,120, 121,
122, I23,2I7,228, 198,207,330
Williams, Kim '
Williams, Mary "
Williams, Quincy '
Williams, Unikka '
Williams. Veronica '
86, 292, 1 15
Williamson, Shana '
Willingham, Riley "
Wilson, Alicia ""
40, 160, 1 14
Wilson, Bridget ""
40, 253, 252, 244, 245, 242. 219.
Wilson, Deborah '
Wilson, Jerry ""
Wilson, LaShun "
Wilson, Michael '
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,
Wisenhunt, Frank "
Wood, Deborah '
86, 256, 258, 260, 254
Wood, Steven "'
60, 308, 309
Woodard, Garland "'
Woodard, larry "'
Woodard Rhonda ""
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 '
Woods, Felicia '
Woody, Mark "'
174. 175, 177, 289. 287. 288.
286, 290, 291, 103, 143, 193.
Wooten, Dorothy '
Worley, Coy "
152, 74, 112
Wright, Karen ""
40,310,311, 169, 171, 281.283,
Wright, Kelly ""
Wright, Vevetta "
Wright, Yolanda '
3, 86. 258, 134, 222
Wrye, Melissa '
146, 81,86, 275,328
Yandell, Molly "
155,153, 158, 250, 74, 246, 274,
Yarbrough, Darryl ""
40, 136, 137
Yates, Kim " '
Yates, Marty '
Ybarra. Diana '
Young, Alene ' ' '
Young. Amy "
Young, Michelle "
153, 166, 74, 169. 285, 327
Zavala, Richard "
Edrtor ln Ch1Cf
J unror Edltors
Susan Presley Krmber
Sanders Marrsa MHTIIDCZ
Shelly Reed K1m Mltchell
Renee Brown Melrssa Carol
Kelley Maurer Kr1st1
Stout Curt1s Mrller
Bo Harmon Rhonda Lmdsey
Tma Nuckols Shelly Reed
Kr1st1 Stout Susan
Presley Rhonda Lmdsey
Darrta Pool Klmber
Sanders Renee Brown
DeAnn Woodruff Mehssa
Carol Curtrs Mrller
Klmber Sanders Rhonda
Shelly Reed Krmber
Sanders Susan Presley
Kr1st1 Stout T1na Nuckols
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
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