Waxahachie High School - Chief Yearbook (Waxahachie, TX)

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He is a teacher ig sxzutlezitsg This iswhy lwejhgyg DaugIa55Lep Keeseq N6 joke Keeggqzhis ig yiiaarboqku if fm' L ..,v-.,-,.efw- "2 Y- -571. -',-vp '-5,3,--- L -- ,gk f ...- ,-,,.--,..... ..- kd! if , 1:3 X V...- yuw, M,.,.7Fl 'Z' 1 rff' r I . ., .f.1f,,, ,.,.., ,N w ,- - V......--44 If A li - Classes Stockmanls Studious Students Taffy Bell in the limelight Invasion of the freshmen 1 --- ls-.---e ,eff-:+:S'Q-14?-KX N ,-X Ea? ' W, 5 ML! M? ---- :" - - gg 1 ' - e"1mE Q '4""-IJ. " '3 ul .wha " ,hi xx ... N Cx li X ss I' Y 'L i ', , G 'li 1 wwf Ki- X dw? E 'Q .54 I: E 14 Seniors 4' f 9, 1fa..i'5-.-v.ff43 asc, nigga. KH? David Allen-Secretaryg Misti Winn- Treasurerg Damon Borders-Vice Presidentg Kayla Adlof-President, Glenda Boswell, Jana Chapman, Ronda Rhodes, Leanne Travis-Advisory Council. v A Seniorls Thoughts e banded together as a family at our last pep ral- ly, where our song, "The Way We Were," played a part in a touching tribute that will always preserve the memory of our class, and we will continue to be as close as we are now for many years to come. Our motto, "We've had so many things to share, Secrets, love, and even despair. Let us separate and continue to strive, But never forget the year '85." expresses all thoughts and feelings of our class. We have shown our loyalty to our Indians by selecting the Indian Paintbrush as our class flower. After twelve years, ,our time together is nearing an end. As the Class of '85 ends its reign, re- member Seniors, as you enter the "real world," always be proud and hold your heads high, because you, my fellow classmates, are' THE CLASS OF '85!!! - A I " dw I . e , auf. sim BELINDA KAYLA Q. if - is J 1 5 Y Yi A . V L M., img wig 12 15254 3? Q A af. YSL ., DDALE A 5 DAVID ANN ETTE ,mb 75252 H sw MQ K 4 X33 gs , , ea, .. , .55 .,... 5 ,.., .55 ,:::, We mg,3JY59a,3,, X 3255 2 r NNW flifgafa, YS wg, x Qmwr we "5 wc XX 21 N 6 nf Q' me PM we, 1 :R ,M X X LW 1 v X , ' Q X 4 .. DONNA Belinda L. Adams-Transfer 45 DE 45 DECA Class Reporter 4. Kayla Diane Adlof'-Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-Captain 45 Class Favorite I,2,35 Class President 3,45 Rotary A 1,235 NHS 3,4, Secretary 45 Homecoming Nominee 1,2,4g Citizenship Award 25 Academic Letter 2,35 Miss WHS. Katlzryn Annette Alexander- 'l'ransfer 1,45 Band 1,45 Art Club l,4. - Dale El Alexander-Band 1,2,3,45 Equipment Mgr. 45 FFA 15 French Club 45 FHA 25 Choir 3,4. David Christopher Allen-FCA 152,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 NHS 3,45 Student Council 1,25 Rotary A 25 Class President 1,25 Class Secretary 45 Class Favorite 2. Donna Allen-HECE 15 Choir 1,2,3. Seniors + 15 ' .A....1-,.4,,,,,-- ,, D..,..-,,.,,,,,,D,.,g,4.D,4,,-A,,,,, gsiwr Y,,, !YY V 4,7 Y Y Y WY - W A 16 - Seniors , Dana Elaine Anderson- French Club 1,2, Secretary 13 DECA 3,4g Aide 1,43 Football Hostess 13 SciencelMath Club 2. Karen Elaine Andrle- Band l,2,3,4g Librarian 4g OEA 45 FHA lg Who's Who 3. Donald Ray Annis- Transfer 2g Football 2,35 Basketball 2,35 ICT President 4g Philsophy Club 4. Julie Lynn Arrant- Band l,2,3,4g Color Guard 1,2,3,4, lst Lieut. 43 Perfect Attendance 1,3g OEA 43 Office Aide 1,3. Kimberly Jo Babovec- FFA 1,2,3,4, President 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 2. Kimberly Beth Banks- Cheerleader 2,3,4, JV Captain 3, Spanish Club 1,2,4g Perfect Attendance 2,3. Chad Barlow- Art Club 1,2,3,4g HERO 4g Band 1,25 Newspaper Staff 3. ' Jose Baragan- Spanish Club 43 Auto Body 2,3. La wrence' Elliott Bates- Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,29 FCA 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4, Rotary A 1,2,3g NHS 3,45 Top 2"fl 2,33 Who's Who 3,4. V , -,,, 4 -.iles . V za., ws, can , xzssl ges ,X st, f -:nm . . X as ,. DANA JULIE CHAD KAREN KIM JOSE DONNIE 2 1 4 4 l l li l l l BETH l l ,.,. ,.,:, 5' a l S l 2 ,t if FH P' M' 'S 'ef F X , L l LARRY -A 3 1 y 1.. ., "" ,,,,, 3 4 , nh' 32. f fi ' -A LL,L a s 'A " , W E 3 .,.:: ' 0 3-Q 11 Q KAY 1 MARCO DAMON GLENDA RHONDA EASY QNX? AMY ANDREA MIMI Qi, K wx N Y .3 F Q33 -kxbin .. X ji 1 N 6 , , 'K N X N . fs 3, was . A , 3 Seniors - 17 Carolyn K. Beclrs- Volleyball 1,2,3,43 Track 13 VOE 33 FHA 43 Choir Treasurer 4. Marco Bonetti- Transfer 43 Student'tCouncil 43 Spanish Club 43 SciencefMath Club 43 JV Baseball 43 Philosophy Club 43 Newspaper Staff 4. Damon Lane Borders- Football 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,33 Rotary 1 23 Who's Who 3,43 NHS 3,43 Class Favorite 43 Cutest 2,33 Class Treasurer 3, Vice President 4. Glenda Lee Boswell- Color Guard 1,23 Class Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Advisory Council 43 USLMA Award 33 Perfect Attendance 33 OEA Vice President 33 Homecoming Nominee 4. Rhonda Renee Braxmier- VOCCT 23 FHA 1,33 French Club 3g Aide 3. Stephen, Ray Brigman- Baseball 1,2,3,4, 2nd Team All District 23 Football 1,2. Amy Elisabeth Brown- Drill Team 2,3,4, 1st Lieut. 43 C.C. A 8: Company 3,4,3 NHS 3,43 Spanish Club 1,2,3,4Q Student Council 33 Rotary A 33 . Society of Distinguished 3 American High school Students 3. Andrea Michelle Brown- Volleyball 1,2,3,4, VOCCT Asst. 'President 43 Choir Librarian 43 Homecoming Nominee 4. Mimi Marie Brown- Band 1,2,3,4, Squad Leader 43 NHS 3.4: An. Club 1,2,3,4. SI-uit Irs I"ernon Hmwn-Auto lVIet'l1anics 3,4, President 4: VOCCUI' 1: VIVA 2,il,4Q Aide 2I,4g Lunch I,2,3,4. Glenn Hrvant-Baseball I,2,I3,4g Football 1,21 Basketball lg Track 1,23 French Club I. Irma HIIIIIPS 'I'rzu1v Lynn Humpass- NHS 214' Rotary A Z' Student ' , uucil 4' OPA 'I 4' Lo I uard I Z' Hand I 2. Brent Burton-I4 I'A I resident I' I'oot,ball I' Student. Louncil 1. lxivle Butler-I4 I'A I 2 ' ' Student Louncil 2. Stexe Butler Baeketball For mll Z3 Ira I Baseball I 1 VOCC I I resident l Anna Marie Cabrera Spanish C lub 4 PHA 4 VICA 34 Herencla Mexicana 2 3 Aide 2 luhn Fh irles C zntu lootball I Z 3 Newspaper St all I 1 Spanish tlub 34 Debate 7 Z4 Ir Hlstorlane 4 Philosophy Club 4 SuencefMath Club 4 A9 ,Mg 4 H 1 131 W we 1' VERNCN TRACY STEVE GLENN Ia u A - 4 BRENT ANNA I . 4 7 1 7 A w w w Co , , . , , lor 4755, A 4 V I n 1 , , , 5 I 3 Q fe 'ig 1 N nj ww- fx J 1 W 7 7 f I W I w 1 . ,-3, 7 Y . V L I I V ' t 9 . I w I . , r 1 A H l,-,.X,4, ill I I, ,. , ck v 1 1 i ' T1 E,x g 2 2 6: ' . ' , Y . 1 . A fp 25 ' I . . , , M7 I ' N - . ' f ,I , , y y 439 . 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Jana Elizabeth Vlzapman- NHS 3,45 Class Officer 1,253 Advisory Council 4g Cheerleader 2,JZg Citizenship Award lg FFA Sweetheart, 4 OEA 3,4, President 43 Homecoming Queen 4. Kristin Michelle Uhilclress- Spanish Club l,2,23,4g Student. Council 4g Perfect Attendance 25 Rotary A 1,2,liQ NHS 3,43 Bynum World History Award 23 OEA 4. Robin Hvette Childress- OEA 3,43 Basketball l,2. Randall Vlark- VIVA 4. f'hr1is1opl1er Lee Flem- 'l'ransl'er Jlg Mascot 43 Football Zig Spanish Club 35 Mr. WHS 4. A .Arek ,,v..t --.g ,ap iw' A A 4444i J Seniors Scott Clemens Uhehvl Ami Clements- VOCCT 2g OEA 3g Football Hostess 33 Aide 4g FHA 4. Bobby Alan Compton- Football l,2g FFA 2,2143 Auto Paint Sz Body 255. CF llflason Gene Corbin- Footliall l,2,3,4g FCA 1,2,3,4g FFA 2,3, Vice President. lg Spanish Club 1,45 Track l,2. Lea Dawn Crossley- Drill Team 2,233 CLC. Sz Company Clg O-EA ll: Cheerleader Mgr. 45 Rotary A l,2,3g NHS I3,4g Aide Ig Perfect Attendance l,2. Derrick Dansbbv- Football l,2,4g Track 1,R,4g Basketball , 1,2,3. Brian Davis' FFA 2,33 VICA 2,2143 Welding Class Reporter 2,3. Evelyn If Davis- VOCCT 23 Aide '4g Perfect Attendance 1. Michael W. Davis- Transfer fig Baseball 2l,4, All District fig Spanish Club 4g French Club 3. 3' , W 5? 4 it Q. ? 5 Q M S? Q x Q 'law' X , Qt I ?'?p SCOTT 4 Wu, X X QNX . ..., Q N S 5 NN N N 4 i 1 MASON 7 BRIAN xxx C , l ' 1 'QL o LEA RW EVELYN wwf X 3 xx H X K X X Q 5 S., . ,lu ,... it . tm ts te Q as DERRICK .P 5- get Q M X X 'swim 5 Q its NW MIKE 5 " ' '1 5, f 35:53 ' '," .53-sis sw X. i f Q " f Q 3 E -fl Q, 1 E - e V ., - :gg "" A 1 asr. AMI MARK 'Few ,L X egg HEATHER DEMON MATTHEW SANDRA Seniors Sher! Davis- FHA 1,45 Basketball 2. Tony Da Vis Melanie Ann Dawson- Drill Team 2,3,4, Lieutenant 45 C.C. 8a Company 3,45 Spanish Club 3,4, Treasurer 35 All American Drill Team 4. Ami J. Delbore- Band 1,2,3,4, Uniform Chairman 3, Treasurer 45 Color Guard 45 NHS 3,45 Rotary A 35 French Club 1,2,3,45 The Society of Distinguished American High School Students 2. Mark Steven DeLe0n- - Baseball 1,2,3,4, lst Team All District Shortstop 35 Most Spirit 35 Spanish Club 3,4, Parliamentarian 35 VICA 2, Parliamentarian 2. Matthew Brennan Denney- Thespians 3,4, SecretaryfTreasurer 45 French Club 3,4, Vice President 45 Spanish Club 15 NHS 3,4. Heather Lynne Devron- Thespian 2,3,4, President 45 VOCCT 3, President 35 Philosophy Club 1,2,3,45 Science!Math Club 45 Newspaper Staff 3,4. Darren Denard Donalson- Football 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35 Basketball 15 CVAE 15 Perfect Attendance 2. Sandra Duke- Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Homecoming Nominee 4. 1 A Seniors Ga-vla Darlene Duncan- OEA 43 Perfect Attendance 2. A112118 Duvall- HOSA 2,fl,43 FHA l,2. Hoshann Easley-VOCC'l' 1. stacy Ellis-VICA 1,2. Thomas H. Elmer-Welding 43 Baseball Varsity Manager 1,23 Class Reporter-Welding 45 FHA 3. Tony D. Erslcine-Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Track I 1,2,3,4. Jerry Gem'-Hsparza -Football 1,2,3l,4, lst Team All-Dist. TE 3g Baseball 1.2.3, lst and 2nd Team All-Dist. 2,3g Track 1,2,3,4g FCA 1,2,3,4g Friendliest 3. Robin Everett-FFA 1,2,3,4, Chapter Farmer 2, Lone Star Farmer 3, Treasurer 45 Tennis l,2. Rodney Lynn Farris-Golf 1,2,3,4. GAYLA ANGIE ROSHANN 1, if 1 L 21? 5, , M 1? 'fl-V WA. ,na- Tfia . .. fi Q Aa,, 1 -.'.., 1 5 Q STACY TOMMY JERRY n I... ROBIN -f iw :fff221fzz:f:.fffa:- f ia, y .Q ' 1 ' TONY . 1,,, Q ,X ,J W ,Q 4 SS ' .Q vim K ff' S fall! ,s 2. RODN EY My W xy dr! ,s me W NX S N win if 3 X as . N 'Q 'EX Bak MY Few K 5 Q Q' 'f'S:1--:Eli ' ' ' ' ' RICK RANDY TRACY ef., -it A 1Q 2 . ,?Q'-- :-f via- ,,-W N L " L my I "f '1'1': ,. tt ,A JUDY ALICE JEFF 3 1 i , .zri C rzi zllil 4 A W Q 7 ssls 1 5 . ,:,. h ,, f .1 ' F. , LANA CHRIS KIRK Seniors Rick Finley- NHS 3,43 Science and Math Club 33 Philosophy Club 33 VICA 2. Randall Alan Ford-Baseball 2,3,4, All-Dist. 23 Nl-IS 3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 American History Award 33 Spanish Club 2,3, Vice-President 33 Perfect Attendance 1,3, Rotary "A" 3. Traqv Lee Fowler-CVAE 1,21 Welding 3g VICA 4. Judy Freeman-FHA 1,2, Secretary 23 HOSA 2,3,4, Vice-President 4. Alice FuentesStudent Council 3,4Q DECA 3,4, Historian 33 Spanish Club 1,2,3,43 JV Basketball 132. Jeffrey Lynn Gardenhire- Football 1,2,3,4Q Rotary "AU 2,33 NHS 3,43 Spanish Club 1,4, Vice-President 43 Who's Who 3. Lana Jo Granberrv-Drill Team 2,3343 Lieutenant 4, C.C. and Company 3,4Q OEA 3,4, Secretary 43 Student Council 2,3Q USLMA 3. Christopher Lynn Green- Football 1,23 Baseball 1,233,4, All-Dist. 33 FCA 1,2,3,4Q Robert Dulin Award 33 Zaniest 3. Stephen Kirk Greenhill- Football 1,23 Track 1,23 DECA3 French Club 132. 24 - Seniors Paula GrifHn Roy Alan Grubbs-Football ' 1,2,3,4g Basketball 15 Track 1,2,3,4g FCA 13 Cutest 1. Andrea Grygar-Band 1,2,3,4g Stage Band 1,2,3,4g Color Guard 3,43 French 2,33 Drama 15 NHS 3,45 Rotary "A" 1.2.3. W Brian T Hall- Drafting 1,2,3,4g ICT 45 Baseball 1. Kimberly Harris- Transfer 45 HECE 4. Robin Denise Harrison- Perfect Attendance 1,2,3g Spanish Club 3,4g Rotary HA" 1,25 FHA 1. Gary Hatton-Football 1,25 Basketball 1,23 Baseball 1,2g HECE Vice-President 49 Spanish Club 2,3. Kenneth E. Heflin II- Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Aide 1. Oscar Martin Hernandez Il- Football 1,29 Baseball 1,23 Spanish Club 1,2,3,4g Science and Math Club 4. 2 .- , ,,,.. ,,... N ,,. ,, , 4 ,. Q . .. l gif FN N41 X5 K .1222-.ia ez- .:: ,. A W r af X I E 3 af' '11 vm .Q As as X' 6 Q R CNT fs y N rw' .vs '11 4 N-A X Pi Q S! 4 an N X ,. sig za f are 'Y W X C 1 . tggssgga' 5 . PAULA ALAN ANDREA it L Q .C www ' X Q wi if si 1 aj? 5 ENN E v fs I 1 BRIAN Nm Q "si-Qlsi' fs . l--' K'- i f KIM ?-'35 We WW ROBIN WU GARY KENNY "N OSCAR NICK f s a J' :"f 'Qs . X DARLA SHARON MARTY i? 1 :.:" I V Q N P . 5. --yi, . ,.. ,, ,: JOEL MARK Seniors -'25 , L VA Nicolaas W Hester- Basketball 13 Football I 1,2,3,4g Track 1. , , Marty Shawn Hill-HOSA :nf . .Fi 2.3, Treasurer 2, Reporter 35 DECA 4g Drama 15 Philosophy Club 4. :., kxifg Es' l ' oill 1 Richard H Hill-FFA 1, ICT 3,4, Reporter 3, VICA 2,3,4. RICHARD X, 2" " ' Darla Dora Dean Hodge- M ., Band 1,2,3,4g FHA 4. ,-,..,.. -,,. AV.. Joel Hodges-Auto .fx G X Q. .NS g ws Mechanics 1,2. r Jerry Hopgood-Football 1,2,3,4, All-Dist. 35 Spanish Club 1,23 Baseball 1,23 Track 1,23 NHS 3,4. JERRY Sharon Elaine Howard- - , Band 1,2,3,4g OEA 3,45 Choir 2,4, Vice-President 4.. L. Mark Howell-Transfer 4. Angela Nannette Ivy fCampl- VOE 39 FHA 4, VOCCT. 2. ' ANGELA J 26 - Seniors JoAnn Jacinto-Debate lg Spanish Club 1,2g Rotary "A" 1g Academic Letter 2,3g Girls State Nom. 33 OEA 4. , Stacy Jackson Sandra Jefferson-Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Honorable Mention 3, All Team Dist. 3, State Finalist 3. Andrew Barrett Johnson' Football 1,2,3,4g Student Council 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club 1,3,4g FCA 1,33 Girls Track 2,3. Jackie Johnson Kathy Johnson-Band 1,2,3,4g Colorguard 2,3,4g Stage Band 1,2g French Club 1. Kayla LaRae Johnson-FHA 1,2,3,4g Track lg VOCCT 4. Sarah Katherine Kennedy- Band 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4g Colorguard 45 Art Club 2,3,4g Rotary "AU 23 NHS 3,43 Philosophy Club 4. Mathew King-Building Trades 3. J OANN ANDY KAYLA rye is 7 f rf . .. it .. W, , . , 'Q-it 5. ii x 91 fth e ,..,,.... r ., STACY JACKIE 3? fs New 1 .,. S. of A A SARAH SANDRA KATHY H M' M :asf V-.X in s Y. tag. we MATT JOHN A Qual we DENISE r V ,,VV VAUGHN KRIS TRACI I as .. 235, 3 . ,,.. . 5 .5 . ' ' N ,,,, ' k..k K. K 4 MICHAEL J ODI STEVE NORMA Seniors John A. Kvale-Football 15 Student Council 2,3,45 Golf l,2,3,4, District Champion 35 NHS 3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Science and Math Club 45 Philosophy 45 FCA 3,4. Kris Lamb-Football 1,2,3,4. Traci Latoski-FHA 4. Denise Lynette Ledbetter- FFA 1,2,3,45 Student Council 15 Drill Team 25 Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, President 3. W Michael LePoimf- Building Trades Sed. 25 VICA 25 Steven Michael Love- Track 1,2,3,4, Cross Country 2,3,45 Football 1,2,45 Baseball 1,25 VOCCT 1,2. Vaughn Richard Lowe-Band 1,2,3,45 Reporter!Historian 45 Stage Band 25 Drama 1,2,3,4g Thespians 3,45 Philosophy Club 3,4. Jodi Lynette Loyd-French Club 15 Student Council 25 VOCCT 2, VOCCT Secretary 25 DECA 3,45 Aide 1,2. Norma Luebano-Transfer 25 FHA 2,3,45 President 45 FFA 4. - Seniors Julie Luna Lorilyn Lyon-Transfer 35 Spanish Club 35 OEA 45 Student Council 3,45 Cheerleader Manager 4. Macaria Virginia Martinez- VICA 25 Athletic Hostess 3,45 VOCCT 35 OEA 45 French Club 1. Bobbie Massara-VOCCT 3, Secretary 35 Athletic Hostess 4. Keith Masey-Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2. Susan Ann Mayes-Drill Team 2,45 Basketball 1,25 HECE 45 Aide 35 Choir 3.4. Diana Lee McBride-Drill Team 2,3,4, Miss Cherokee Charmer 45 VICA 2,35 FHA 1,2. Lannette McC'age-FFA 2,3,45 Aide 1,4. Judith Ann McCullough- Cheerleader 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Rotary "A" 35 Perfect Attendance 2,3. JULIE LORI MAC if We 'i,'sijj5l . N, "':fjggqQ1ggg N ' A V ffl TL' . ,. f 5 -..,ffm.4:Ewm. iw- "I:-:EI- less.- -f 9li5Q.rg:1.a'1--ii, "' 1E::'::-2ffsL if-f A S - , f-,'vif12AfQ+-151 prevail A., - I . -- - .,5 g,:,y3:zf -fvaf?s5'P:Iz1-is - " '- - ' i-is-.ess-.L. - ffzfs' fe - , M... sam. a,...,h,,,,,.+ ,. ,.,.. N , .... . .. is sa, Q... KY' BOBBIE KEITH SUSAN DIANA LANNE JUD1 LYNETTE DNWN PAM QWWE . Q .:,..i,,, , . - at fd BOBBY , a x get X N X gg QQXQX Liga if . N 1 3 is M x 5, we t ,m.L ..,X. . Ex no W 16 X ALAN LAURA Q 3 XS is MARLENE XX f X 'M- ggfb Wg W 'L x ix E 1 5 vw' S QS xx, a,'e..., ,,..., , , Q N? Rx 'np X aw HAROLD JENNY Seniors Lynette- McKenna-FHA 2,35 VICA 4. Dawn E McMu1lan-Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4g Color Guard 2,3,4, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4g French Club 1,2,3,4g Who's Who 3. Marlene Lynette Meazell- FFA 1,23 FHA Secretary 45 Aide 45 HECE 3,4. Pamela Medlock Alan Miller Harold Miller Bobby Wayne Montgomenw VOCCT 15 VICA 2,3,4g ICT Parlimentarian 4. Laura Susan Moody- Transfer 4g HECE 4. Jenny L. Moon-VOCCT 25 DECA 3,45 Perfect Attendance 2. 30 - Seniors Mark Doyle Morgan- Football l,2,3,4Q Golf 1,2,33 Spanish Club 2, Vice- President 23 Rotary "A" 2g Student Council 43 NHS 3,4. Kimberly E. Moritz- Football Manager 3,43 Track Manager 3,43 VOE 4. Ricky A. Moritz-ICT Vice- President 43 VICA 1,2,3,43 Football Manager 2,33 Football 1. Carrie Lyne Morris-NHS 3,43 Rotary "A" 1,2,33 OEA 43 Drill Team 23 French Club lg Perfect Attendance 1. Melinda Ann Morrison- NHS 3,43 VOE Historian 43 Drill Team 2,33 USNLMA 33 Who's Who 33 Perfect Attendance 2. Tiffany Dawn Mounce- Transfer 23 Indian Maiden Mascot 43 Homecoming Nominee 43 Spanish Club 2,3,4, Second President 43 Class Beauty 2,33 Drill Team 33 Student Council 2. Barbara Lynn Moyers-FFA 233,43 NHS 3,43 Who's Who 33 Band 132. Rodney Muirhead-VICA 2,3. Joel Keith Nash-Football 1,233,413 Baseball 1,23 Track 1 3' VICA President 2 3' Spanish Club 4 W- Wwgm . fi , ep.: ,M ,, , if 3 3 3 .3 -5 , Y :G MARK KIM :Sf CARRIE 9 1 My 2 wa BARBARA RODN EY MELINDA- X49 . ? 5.511-Z' , , '--- . we W , Y RICK Kei A 1 TIFFANY '51 Q , 3 T1 t r S 'Z , slat M JOEL y 7 1 l , L 'wwf' ' "" ' ff - -Y f-T -- --H 4-4-----4 --.rims . Hg ' :.V,.,. , Z Q :w..,.j'f7', Q' ' inf 1, LASONYA TAMMY TAMMY TRACY MICHELLE VON DOUG 'DEBBIE CHERYL' Seniors --r ill l,ZIHUlIj'.'i lfulwi .N'Plson- Volleyball l.2.J4.'l. lst Team All-Dist. ll: Basketball l,2,3. lllfillll' Nollles-Huske-tball l.2.5l. li'lmndzi l'llir'l1ellP O'Danif'l- 'l'i'a1isi'0r' 2: Fhoir 2,355 UEFA 4: Aide 2. 'llznznzy Ifwzee Peek- 'llrmlsfer 233 FHA 4: DE 4. Von Hnusinn Pigg-Gull' 253,41 Debate 2.34: Paul l.oc'ksnian Debate Award 2,33 Spanish Club 1.2.31 Science and Math Club 33.41 FCA 41 Wl1o's Who R. Ilmlglns F. Pils-Football I.2,Sl.4: 'l'rac'k I.2.2l,4g FCA l.2,3l,4, Treasurer 43 Spanish Vlub 35.4. President ilg Studt-nt Council 3,43 Bzisketbnll lg Who's Who ll' Rotary 2. 'llunnzy AIIIICVY6' Porter- FFA 1.2.3.-l: OEA Il. Ilelioruh Mic'lmlle Priva- Hasketball lg Drill Team Jig FHA 2. l'l1elji'l IJeI.4Vnn Ifrlunt- HOSA 4. Sentinel ll, Reporter 4: Student Council lg Aide 2. 'V 1 - Seniors Deborah Lynn Reaves- French Club 15 Band 15 VOE 35 DECA 4. Jon Damon ReeseStudent Council 35 Philosophy Club 253,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Science and Math Club 2,3545 National Merit Finalist 45 Drama 1,25 Debate 25 Physics Award 3. Ronda Denise Rhodes- Class Vice-President 15 Class Council 3,45 Homecoming Nominee 15 OEA 3,45 Drama 1,25 Student Council 1,2,3,4, President 45 Track 2,3. Joseph L. Roach-VICA 3,45 Drama 2,3. Stephen Leslie Robertson- ' Transfer 35 Band 3,45 Student Council 354, Secretary 35 French Club 3,4, President 4, -Vice- President 35 Rotary HA" 35 Junior Historians 3,4, President 4. Barbara Rodriquez Linda A. Saenz-Aide 15 Spanish Club 1,25 FHA 3,4. Franlqy Dean Sanchez- Football 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Student Council 35 Spanish Club 45 Track 1,25 Henry Curry Award 3. James Randal Sargent- Student Council 4, Treasurer 45 National Merit Scholar 45 Science and Math Club 3,45 NHS 3,45 Yearbook Business Manager 35 Rotary HA" 1,2,35 Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. at rv-J ,.v, DEBBIE JON RONDA 'l' ig if N x Q N It X X SQ M Xa x X X Q35 X QR N x xx ' X it Ex X Q X ! Q JOE STEVE BARBARA 5 3 cc' r 5 sss,ss z ,:'1 :':"i ff 155,1 i G LINDA FRANKY RANDY l SONJ A 1 3 iw nfl. v 4, ff-f , EL ,ff KEVIN ANDY JODY J ODY SCOTT KIM 'f ar . , ,,. 3 A , 3- M f i A 4 ,. new KENNY DELMA ' Seniors Sonja Denise Schoonover- Spanish Club l,2,4Q Drill Team Manager 2,4Q Whols Who 3g Office Aide 1,2. Jody Schreiber Jody L. Seabolt-lf'FA l,2,3. Kevin Seals-Building Trades 3,4, President 43 VICA l,2,3,43 FFA 1,23 Art Club 1. Scott Settlemeyer-VICA 2,3,43 ICT 43 CVAE l. Kimberly 11241111 Shorles- Band 1,23 Colorguard l,2Q HOSA lg VICA 55,43 Aide 4. Marcos Andv Sins-Herencia Mexicana Club 43 Sargent at Arms 4, VICA 43 President 4. Kenneth Sigler-FFA 2,3,4. Delma Jean Sims-Art Cluh 1,2g DECA 3,45 FHA 4. I4 - Seniors I Bill l,. H. Singleton Kevin 'Taylor Six-Basketball Manager 1,23 Golf Ii,-lg NHS 3,43 Outstanding Drafting Award 35 Rotary "A" 1,233 Perfect Attendance 1,2,3g Academic Letter-Top 2"1 2,33 Science and Math Club 3,4. Dorothy Rheanne Smith- Basketball 1,2,3,4, All-Dist. Honorable Mention 3g Rotary "A" 33 Perfect Attendance 33 First National Bank Award 35 Spanish Club 53,4 Herman Randall Smith-FFA 1,2,3,4, VICA 2,3,4g Welding Vice-President 35 ICT President 4. Rhonda Smith Stephen T. Smith-Football 1,2g Tennis 3,43 Student Council 3,4, Historian 4g Spanish Club 2,3g Rotary "A" 1,235 Science and Math Club 3,45 NHS 2l,4. Timothy 'II Smith-Transfer 3g Band 35 French Club 3,45 Student Council 3,45 Philosophy Club 4g Math and Science Club 3,4. Victoria Lynn Smith-Band l,2,3g Choir Ig OEA 3,4g Aide I. Debbie S. Solis-FHA 1,2,3,4g HOSA 2,3,4, Parlimentarian 4, FHA President 3, FHA 5th V.P. 2, FHA 3rd V.P. 45 Herencia Mexicana Club 2. 77 ,W Y -,,,,, , , .. ,,.. ,V ,,- w J ,,. 'NW f rw.. w 44. 4 if 1 aff ,J A BILL KEVIN RHEAN NE I no , I i,, I 49 if gi, fi I ?'lw 1 M :wr W , I rvii I RANDY RHONDA STEVE -, L, fm- 3. , . QQ.: - 'Wi' E' I 1212? ,.' :" . 1 TIM VICKI DEBBIE I eg , - X 'W X 'rs' Wm X f K ,wt Q ez LINDA 'TRESSIE MARKUS JOHN if is A t :f .: 1 N2 I MIKE THAD , iz 2 . 55' . .Y I vis X-15 ,. 5 . RAY CARRIE ii . g5f,,g, f' ...,, . ,,,, - Q. I i f' :rf LEANNE Seniors Lynda Marie Solis-'l'ranslier 2g NHS 3,41 FTA 2,3.4. President 3, Dist. Parlimentarian 2g Spanish Cuub 2,3,4, Sec. 33 Band 2,3,4. Tressie Geraldine Starr-F'l'A :lg HECE Jig Aide lg VICA 4. Secretary 4. Hay Street Markus Emmanuel Streirh- 'l'ranst'er Zig VICA 3,43 French' Club Zig Philosophy Club 43 Science and Math Club 4. John Stmope-l-'ootball 1,23 FFA l,2,3. Carrie Rae Svmens-'Fransfer fl. Mirhael Charles Taylor- Baseball 1,2,3,4g Football 1,23 Football Trainer 2,35 Spanish Club Jl,4. Thad H, Trapp-'I'ranst'er 35 f Football IZA: FCA 53,43 Spanish Club IL4. Leanne Travis-Cheerleader 2,3513 NHS 3,43 Class Council 3,43 Homecoming Queen Nominee 2,45 Homecoming Queen 43 Who's Who Jlg Rotary "A" lg Spanish Club l,2,Jl,4g Biggest Flirt ily Class Favorite 4. 36 - Seniors Kerri Tucker-HECE 4g Aide - Donald Lee Tuerk 5 'f f :x" A "' "f" A ::: Iziil I ':', "1Q , Richard P. Turnure-Nl-IS ""- 3,43 Track 15 Debate 1,23 " ' Science and Math Club 2,3g f :', H g Philosophy Club 3,45 V f National Merit Scholar 4g Rotary "An 2,3,4g Who's 5 Who 4. KERI Catherine Camille Utsey- Band 1,2,3,4g Stageband 3,4g FTA 3,4, Secretary 35 French Club 1,23 Who's Who 33 Student Council 1,4. Theresa Van Arsdale- Athletic Hostess 3,45 Choir lg Art Club 2g Herencia Mexicana Club 3. Michelle Lynn Vance-Aide 2,3,4g Choir 1,25 HICCE 3,4, President 43 Athletic Hostess 3,4. CAMILLE Virginia Lea Vaughn-DECA 45 Aide 3. Steven Villarreal Heather Wa tson-Band -, . 1,2,2l,4, Asst, Drum Major 3, I fl r Drum Major 45 Stage Band Q A 3,41 Philosophy Club 4g French Club :lg NHS 3,45 Science and Math Club 4. VIRGINIA DONALD I RICHARD THERSA MICHELLE STEVE HEATHER ,iv fn: PATRICIA COLETTE DAMON GARY 1 B- it. W 5 at tg ,Y V 1 NV? , , figs? 35 . fig? f '37 F K, Y- 9 ag q gf? Q 5, ff " WE- fx at 'Q -'F' QQ fn 2 J W DALE +:tE3'?3554Ff'i K' I i f l V MIKE LYNETTE WEN DY DEBBIE Seniors Patricia Renee' West-Girls State 35 Thespian 2,3,4, Vice-President 45 Drama 1,2,3,45 NHS 3,45 Student Council 2,35 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Rotary "A" Award 2,3. Colette Effie-Jill Wettling- Choir 1,25 HOSA 2, Parlimentarian 25 HECE 45 FHA 4. Dale Wheaton Damon Charles White- VOCCT 1,25 VICA 35 Band 15 Perfect Attendance 2. Gary Glen White-FFA 1,25 Band 15 VICA 3,45 Welding Secretary 3. Michael Renfro White-NHS 3,4, President 45 Science and Math Club 2,3,4g Philosophy Club 3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Rotary "A" Award 1,2,35 W.R. Jett Biology Award 35 D.A.R. American Literature Award 35 Student Council 3,4. Anita Lynette Whitehead- Basketball 15 VOCCT 15 HECE 1,2. Wendy Wl1iteheadSpanish Club 1,25 HECE 35 FHA 35 NHS 3,4. Debbie Denise Wilkerson- Aide 4. -i 38 - - Seniors Wanda Wilkie-NHS 3,43 FFA 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice- President, 4g Track 1,2,3,4g Rotary "A" 2. Dianna Gay Williams-Band l,2,3,4g Color Guard 3,49 OEA 4g French Club lg Outstanding Color Guard Member 4. Ernest P. Williams- Band l,2,3,4g VICA 3,4. Janell Williams-F HA 3,4, President 45 FFA lg Drill Team Manager 35 Aide 2,4. Willard Williams fa as WWW Robert Clark Wilson- H M hbuuqub, Football 1,23 Track lg FCA -A 1? 1,2,3g Baseball 25 Spanish ' Club 3,4g Aide 2. lVIisti Michelle Winn- Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 45 NHS 3,4, Vice-President 43 Class Council 3, Class Treasurer 45 Spanish Club l,2, Sec. 23 Class Beauty 35 Homecoming Nominee 43 W.C. Tenery Citizenship Award 45 Rotary "A" 1,2,3. Jamie Arlene Winningham- Annual Staff 45 NHS 3,45 Spanish Club 3,4g Cheerleader Manager 1,23 Rotary "A" 23 Perfect Attendance 1,3g FFA 1, Junior Historian 1. Cathy Marie Woodard- Baskeiball 1,2,3,4g Volleyball Manager 1,43 Aide 1,2g ODP 3,4, Secretary 45 Perfect Attendance 1,2. 3- .s K, - -4. . 1 Q WANDA DIANA ERNEST WILLARD ROB J ANELL MISTI JAMIE CATHY 2. E . , 5'2" we W , . .:,,..,.:: . , 4 325- Q. 12 . X Seniors Yolanda Woods-ODP 2,35 4 QPPI, .. W .. ,. 1 ..1: BaSketbHll 2' X ,F 'AX 'NL Wr K Jolnnda Carole Yoakum- AXEIV' AL Transfer 45 Art Club 4. ' YOLAN A J OLON DA 3, 4 Kristina Lynn Young-Drill 'C ,rz 1 . ,. 1 A Team 2,3,4, Lieut. 3, Capt. ' 4, C.C. and Company 3,4, All-American Drill Team 45 , NHS 3,43 Rotary "A" 3g as .::' Spanish Club 2,4. 3 lll' C ii ' Chris Youngblood-Auto Body Ig Welding lg VICA 1. KRISTI CHRIS """"'Fg?g. ,rf W we We 4. 'L M' 2 aww W infra 5 ein? ge wi. Qi N C3 23555253 mgfigiig , ik., 2 , aw 2 W, M5935 , gg ,gfgiw Nw in Si E gg? 53533, sewn ? 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I Brainsucker going hungry! f Normal, healthy, American males on Ferris? wggguefgiglrasnif iegggagggimt 133 5 Seniors are always on top! Amy, wl1ere's the rest, of your dress? Student Ltfe Mr. l"rench's true nature S ALONE!! . , M . ,t.t W u. , J., X. .. .. , .,.Wt,,,,,W.,.wagf Wmqwgifs- X J. . ,. ,R rgiwm,iwfgggguml-eg?2'faf"?Qeff ' W' 7- :PY li-55Ag5' 14Eg?f-H2f?Li54957.5 'K 2. ':":-'ES-'E 'M 712 Wie ' . - if ,wg fwfr . K. jr x r R.. hgjft A :gg fg ", L ' t Yr A. fp. 'fig N ' fl Lv T'QTf:!'i . t ' X- KI" My gg, .. ' -w: H .121 r 1021 A - L.t,.W ' ' '- 42, K ---fzesww q iw i 25? -gggy gg tftzw V ., - .-sins 'V-N V- : g:,,gE5g?5g:?S" rf: t it : Pfam , ' .sg , gg ,Q --L,,f:ES!EQ'D ix- f-f'V,."TA'7 ' ' Iii - " 1wQswg,f K -1 is X K V1 ' ff' , I 1 t 1 I Um - . ! .- .. w - , :llTlOl'l dices, btlck 'em up." M ff- Student Life ' The exciting WHS cafeteria Did you drop something? - Is that all you guys do down there? 3- l Q , ,Waver- :-.:f --" P 5 4 1 -I - . xf.:.zM f ' , 'sims ' J S in Q . 4 Q 3512 - ' gs????,, - ,ESM f Sk i f - Yf2,f?iff1: V .H fiffiw iii? A W . .wffwf ws. V, . f ?zi?22142f?5'i r 1 K ganne, you have bread in your teeth! 'V Student Life -45 Girls, those clothes aren't appropriate for school! Yes, this picture is going in the yearbook. we g -515 wif , IL, iii! fi g, ew Heather gives Andy some womanly V advice. Student Life ? On a scale from 1 to 10 this is a 1 1 3 i i H' I 1 I 1 N E Really, Mr. lieese, lwn .Nil 'mupully ho 1 l i F I Y 5 1. I 7 T w T E i 1 Y 1 E 1 Y 1 x 5. . I K 5 X x X X SK S K 4 1 4 6 1 21 1' Bi ' Slvvu and Tammy cut a rug. Jumar ffiners Front Raw Charles Mandy Pltesxderii, Taffy Bel1Sef:N:tary Gharlene Mciluilar Vice Pxemdenh, Char he Banmin Ti-easurerg Back Row Advwory Council Susan Wzliis Qhnt Galvert, Lexgh Tmnhradge, Mehssa Wmn ne M re Year? S25P??59W5!?1i99!7 9?EiF!iPfX???53!V??9?Y3 W L f U S,?:'i"2-ffgqg , 'wp gy qwyilf :gig 251, 'T 14 -4 Sl., ffffif wig we V. Hg'-.Mf'22Q',:4,u 'gs-215597. vwmflzagQ553glvggjfgigagfiygl4,-L1,5jf,wg gfgh msfssrgggfg1gg55z::g5,yg:fif::g 1:52 235, W f gi-:f?'13'Eg ZA i,i:i1P?'f agzafz-4:7 'id i?7fw?ll?:fff9 5Qi?:fi3' L,5lqT32fL Si 425: 1:-Q f' ms: , - lei . . ,giiiig - G ' Q5 Si iffiitf 1 VL if-fi hi' :1fQigi:i'5'f7ULf if-.H iii'-V iii59ff?fQ55KQElfW"f1ig'i1v?f3??1i751'f..::Q A . "EQ ii i5r5'ifQQi:TE?,?f'55?55f5955 iiwswisiidwffWlsilfiwgiefsfeSQ?fQsef?1Q11ef11w4v2Q1fyfef , Clmsanna Slm son ,' l Jumor Class Spons rs Juniors 9 Kevin Abney Courtney Acre Lewis Adamson Cary Adkins Andy Aguilar Keith Alexander Lucy Alvarez Christie Andrews Ronda Appleton Erendida Arizpe Melinda Ayres Kevin Baker l50++f Juniolis 1 l Sarah'BarnBsl Silvia Blarrigany Charliex. Barron Rosanna Bazan ll igfsckl Beok 2 B A MiChaellBe11 o Taffy Bell B Gary Benson Q B l Greg Bishop Melodie Black B Bill Borders Elayne Bradford l Lin B Bradley 1 Gloria Brown Vviswxi SP Q-we 4 t A ' - . 1-:xg vw' ,Q . - Q-2:1 if 'N wo 1 ig?-1: L. , . . ' 'Q ff i V 5 W Juniors C-Q5 Jennifer Brown Wally Bryson' Donna Burns Terrence Burns John Butz JoAnn Calhoun Clint Calvert Jennifer Calvert Sara Camarillo Anthony Cantu Eloisa Carrizales Kim Casey Cfraci Castillo Freddy Cedillo M. w ' Johnny Cervantes David Chandlep Andrew Childress i Q?11'9 Y1 C1afk Shelly Clafk Chris Close v. Laura Clymore Wendy Coday Eddie Coker Angela Condor Steven Cooks Mike Cobper Rona Couison Anthony Crawford Juniors Barry Crenshaw Nettie Crocker Karen Currie Cindy Daughtry Anthony Davis Laura Davis Regina Davis Reginald Davis Donna Detrick Keith Dickerson Cory Dimberu Katherine Dishman Eric Doxon Gene Dodson Hiram Dodson Rxchalfd A Dbnalglgon Sh1ry1Q1q,Eas1ey J O1e13i5? !3dW?fdS niCkyg1mef . Dana Escobar Tracy Escobar Gloria Esparza James Evans John Farris QM?iTCl15'Fi3319Y Step1X6i25f3 F 16115113 G6rSIC1?F1i?W6fS Juniors Cynthia Garza Larry George Leigh Gerron Donna Gilham Sam Gish Debbie Gonzales Richard Gonzales Vincent Gonzales ,IQ I . New Tim Gresham John Griffith Joel Gwin David Hardaway Sandy Harrington Chris Harris J iniitirsh 1 Q f SusauvHen1ey f fNiG6111ifHQr13a?1d6 Z g 54? fDavid H errera Debb1e Hines Mike Hollingsworth f Chuck Hopkins ' ' ' DQIQDS-i H0113 Brgigfztteg Hdxiaidi Mcassie H0W Hfdf f Gera1dvHudson N ' iNei1HudSon Casey Hughds Daniel fl-Iuskins Juniors 57 David Hyles David Jackson Gregory James Armanda J amarillo Kerry Jay David Jenkins Robert Jimenez Jimmy Jones Melissa Jones Donna Joslin Chip Kelley Thomas Keintzle Mark Kline Lani Koonce Juniors W ffDonny Lassetfeer Aaron Livingston 7 i Bryan Lippe i Jennifer Lobb i Julio Loggins V Leigh Lothridge Julian Maldonado San Juanita Maldonado i Jose Martine? i"T3I1f1II1i6 Matthews Jody Maxwell Bobby McBride i Christie McClain Dharlene McCuHar Juniors L- Greg McKeever Dawn McMahan Steven McMillan Amy McMurtry Louis Melin Renee Michener V, 426' Leann Montgomery A" ' Patricia Montgomery a S s 4 53: , mlm I" W I ii Charles Moody Deborah Moore Ronnie Moore Jeff Morgan Todd Morgan Kelly Morrow 59 60 Jumors Heidi,M01't0D DeniseiMurray 5 Troy Nay Ga1iy Nelson Sfgici Nodxikesteri Eddie Nunn Danny Ortiz Elaifie Owen Keith Owens 3381131 OVGWOH 5 O Nick Palacios 5 Kenneth Parks 1 AMichae1O Porter . i s QAEERA i David Perez Emmit Perley Ted Petty Greg Pierce Scott Pleasants Edward Quintana Anthony Price Charlotte Ray Jennifer Rector Lynette Reese Alfred Regalado Andrew Reynolds Gabriel Rodriguez Julie Robertson C2 Juniofs , Vernon Robinson Timothy Roberts Hector Robles f Sharl Roepke s Antonio Saenz as Tammy Sampley e Armando Sanchez Scott Sanders Vincent Sapolio a Donald 'Southerland e Jeffrey Schaefer Bobby Sharp Jerry Shipp Chrisanna Simpson ?""q- 4' W C779 Juniors - 63 Charles Sims Ralpheal Smith Ricky Smith Kenneth Snell Dean Splawn Barbie Steele Craig Stewart Billy Story James Story Christina Streich Anneke Tamminga Gerome Taylor Christie Thedford Johnny Thompson iniibrs G 0finie5T5mg , , RQbe3:t Usry 4 Davgd Yaughn ? f l 'Dah Vicks Q ll Q Lisa Villarreal ' ifsamiy Siiilgn-ea1 L L Dormafwaiidy Galvin Wade 1 Q lQhfis Wa1lk2 ll'll 5 5?R5gifi5lWel5b l lll A Raqguelffwhire Sandra Williams Q l 71595311 lWi11iS4 Juniors Q S TW-'f,x Chrissie Wilson o Jonny Wilson Melissa Winn l Sam Witten Bill Woodard Kevin Woodley Tom Youngblood Mark Fincher' ,gags Strange thmgs happen an the mornmg. Class is so exciting. Animals, file to the left. l v 1 Q vw 3 W f i LL 3-g5gg5q,,g'igf,, 1,'5y.QsgiL.v 555555? G?3'T'QWiS55f1k0fSkY: fgff 1PeekQA-Booi 15? 'A ' T1 4 ii. f 1 1 , x K 1 Q ,4 1 1 0 ff Q . 5 gxgggggwf. - '.,:f V' ,- - , , W aww, .. ,. 2 K X i 4 1 5 9 L 3 ,W ' L M I ' ffWelcome to our humble abode. I thought you gave nfxe the right anyswersi An attentive class. ' in S SQ, 1 ,. Q , f 5 hsq n'i . k Q I Qiiggiifxygw iii' Student Life - '71 ww ,+""S -H. :V .- ,. .A Shouldrft you boys be in class? .nW ,.. 2,1:, ,Z, i Seniors on Ferris at night. Should we eat this? Sophomores - 72 The Sophomore Class gs: Officers were elected by yj the student body to repre- y sent them in the year to ifff come. "I chose Gaye as president because she can get things done when the Sophomore Class is asks." -Heather Thompson- swfw Mrs. Mullican, Mrs. Adams, and Mr. Keese Knot picturedl are three dedicated people who have gone out of their way to make sure the Sophomores have a great year. Sophomores - 73 Favorites y By populartdemand, Byron and Carla were chosen as class favorites once again. e "I chose Carla because she is a sweet person and fun to be with," stated Liz Shellyy Steven Mott said, "I picked Byron because I thought he would be a good person to be a favorite." '31 I ,Q-N , . -.pf sl ,I Adams, Chase Adkins, Tracy Alaniz, Jeff Alexander, Maurice Allen, Laurie Almand, Angie Almand, Suzanne Anderson, Ray Archer, Lori Archibald, Steve Bailey, Clay Ballard, Mark Ballard, Tara Barrett, Ben Beatty, Karen Beets, Tony Betts, Kim Bernal, Ricky Bird, Stacey Boehler, Phillip Bonner, Barbara Boun, Valerie Boyd, John Branum, David Bratcher, Melinda Brogden, Mark Brookhart, Jimmy Brown, Gary Brown, Milton Brown, Toni ll Chxgis Ciemensf Lliegneth Byrd l 3 'Faye Calhoun Todd Campa Zi W Traci Chntu Elva Carrizales xLeV6ta Carson Michelle Carpal' Gilbert- Castillo 'Noel' Castillo ,Greg Cengilli l'Mike -Chanhbn Jill Chapman M 1Apafi1 chfismaia I Dale, Clark . 5 'FammyvC1ai?k' ' Marcus' Clem ' Zachary Cook QV Dang' Cox 4' Rachel Cox Carey Crane Billy' Crdcker Junigr Cuellar 1Matt Daniel Robert Daniels DemetrisHDanSby Alan Daughtry Bygon Davidsan l 'Eliwzird Davis Kirk Dayig 5 fy 9 , fi fy Q3 W2 4 AW6 4 W 7 . ff? V! I 2 fy, ,Q an K ff Ky X n 4 Q I 1 K ' if-. 2 W fw R - V. , Joe, nc bne'S' listenlihgl Gimme some room! ill , M.,,.V f4v,, 4 , ,l 4?ff . , ., , ,,,, , W F W A f Wk ,X .. xl l 091- ,-arg BB1mu4......, , A53-mm ' ,, ,Maki my, 4? MEM ,W y f X Mfg? mi'- ,si , by , ,V 'ZS' 2-15, , VIV. W 9 4" -f'ffz:,f1 W ,f f iifzzbfffffiwsw , -u-up pf ykrq, N 21, lg, Q Q. f rdf S2 ix M: Sophomores -f 77 Mike Henry Heather Hensleyl ' Julio Hernandez Luis Hernandez Patricia Hernandez Mark Hester David Hill Terry Hill Ronda Holt David Hughes Lucy Ivy Bryan Jackson A teacherls point of view. Ulonda Jackson Lenny Johnson Shannon Johnson Jeri Jones Mike Jones Anita Jordan Marty Junkin Chris Kelly Leonard Kelly Sandra Kelly Shelia Kelly Glenn King Beth Knepper Paul Knox Janis Krueger Tracy Kyle Wesley Lacey Steve Larey fva5i4f fs4eph5i15qgs f I mGietth5Ldiidnk 'Keith Lafdskill T Jeff 'Latsohg ' Q 0 , Chet Lgwisi 5 ' 'L Rcithelle Lewis L G Chigck Light RickS?ALi1i1ifbi1e ' I ' f Jaso11f'Ldftis ' Tgrry Lmorhasig ' Bryan Lowq' ' ' ' Dawn Loweli AA ' Steyen Lxmid ' Lisa Luttrall L, ' V ,Luna Lyon, Rob M21Ch0vSky John Majqrs . 1 'Tinah Markham ChriS MarrS L Bambif-Mart-in m Q-David Martinez f Johnna McCuthen ' V K Keri McLane V K , Kristi McLane: -'Becky Mendez A 'L66Ann Miller W Jen-y Miner 2 L Veronica Monreal L Lori Moqn f Matthew Moord Q Rosaiyn Moore Q l . Q Mom, Tinker ' W V , L Toys!" ,M , ii ,du 3, , w f f ff W A ff W4 Z' D, K , f ,A f f f M 5, 4 4 5 0 W 44 rf q JZ 2- H ww , A WA Z Z fa If i lifx W swf Mi? if my M f ' -1,1 ef' 241 'xiii f "' if W 'Aff' WWI' 1 4 ,ff-ye, Hz x Q ' ,,.,.-Z .Q-' Mark Williams can't wait for lunch. Sophomores don't always need help. Sophomores - 79 Eugene Morales Anna Moreno Sonny Moreno Leonard Moseley Chris Morgan Stephen Mott Olga Munoz Tracy Murphree John Musick Lisa Neal Robert Nelson Susan Nelson Doretha Nobles Brad Norris Cody O'Daniel Raymond O'Daniel Kim Odom Gracie Ortiz Josie Ortiz Robin Osborn Mickey Owens Matthew Payton Patricia Peel Julia Peeler Lori Penner Stacy Phillips Tammy Phillips Greg Prater Harold Prather Valirie Pointer 2 A E I if I Sophomores -' 81 Britt Sims Cory Six Billy Slaughter Jason Smith Renee Smith Sonia Smith Terry Smith Tobin Sokoll Daniel Solis Ricky Solis Kelly Spears Adele Spence Eddie Starr Laura Steele Diane Stewart Annette Stock Jason Stone Lenoris Story "Paul, where's your dunce cap?" Matt Story Travis Street Tina Strength Stephanie Sullins Tracy Sullivan Derron Tapp Chad Thedford Heather Thompson Julian Tijerina Tracy Tompkins Marie Tyler James Utsey 82 Y Sophomores Vance, Candace Vann, Glenn Vaughn, Tracey Venters, Dee Villarreal, James Villarreal, Joe Wade, Connie Walker, Eric Walker, Jason Wallace, Cami Washington, Rodney Washington, Windell Watson, Bob Watson, Brian Webb, Donald Wesley, Donnie Wheatley, Julie White, Darryl Whitehead, Gina Whitehead, Kim Whitfield, LaJuan Whitt, Jackie Williams, Margy Williams, Mark Winn, Carol Winningham, Carla Wright, Marla Yoakum, Tamara Yocum, Lori iiir or -3 by f,., is 1"' N55 Wi' It a X T' .4 wit if V X , 5 Q al 5 gg, S ff .,.. X S QI: -f f- ,fm f ,ww ' ' - ,. - .ae xx ., f ,m -i. - ki, KS? it 'tJill, sleepwalking is had for your health." "Bambi, is the ice cream that bad?" wi' ,fx KL Wf'ii!vf3 . K ,tw X Via ,,-:rm l fg- P gt .,'ni'vf'1SN , f. -91 rg, 1 rl A "Pretty Boy Price 'R W c achiever He looks like an academi Student Life - 83 'LWhat's the problem?" Stephanie what did you do this time? 844 -- Student Life "Where's your hall pass? Caren and Tracy are always willing to help No Comment "You are the sunshine of my life." 1 136. . 'lb iwwzg A if 'V 'in - if in 'wx X 'X V tx! 1 G X , , ,. N R 'if' X 38 Q Os K if Q'g',fy--wwim. . , A MWA: A A . gg, df 'M m U Freshmen Class Sponsors: Mrs. Lona Hobbs and Mrs. Doris Butler, not pictured is Mr Isiah Moreland. reef, -1-LJ. . '?i'wF""i 4290621 5532? rift' Astguf-5 - .12-i' ' fl44N: f , u A .. . : -,.. . 'i' '-'-J E NE J- ' bln .I TA- . rg-af l:ql5Z1f?.l'I-1 u -' ,, E5f.1f v Q T. mong- f'3gWf illm75ilt?'11.'rll1.. X. H' is - -I7 fi av! J- 'l.f'-M1'2'we ,N - ,,- -Fi?-' . I 'ff' I,-!Z?. .K4,a ,',1,- ig . Today freshmen, tomorrow the world. V W Freshman Shirley Beclgs Troy Bell Deena Benavides Kim Betts Carhen Biggers Sandra Blackstock Chance Blythe Frank Boehler Rusty Borden Wanessa Bradley Perry Braxmier Tammy Brazier Jana Bridges Robin Briles Bryant Brown Jacques Brown Joey Bryant Julie Bumpass Ronnie Burks Scottie Butler Belinda Cabaniss Michael Caldwell Samuel Comancho Cornell Cannon Wendy Card Charla Carlat Keith Carrington Elizabeth Caseles Connie Castleberry Mike Chambers Nathan Champion ll M X . 1 4 if L xg in f E J ' trrte ' fini :J - .- ,u.., 5 .- , ' fe o! Pm do you , 1i it fi' 1 A irei ' ' 4 W new We in , Qi . ' 4 , , ff 42 w f , Q gal , def f 1-,ft .N film ,,. , L, f ,, . 'Q 6, . f, A 4 if Freshmen - 91 Marvin Chance Brenda Chapman Preston Claiborne James Clark Mickey Clark Leslie Clymore Marcella Cochran Lavonne Cooke Stefanie Cooks Mendy Comhest Marci Cooper Susie Cotton Kyle Cox Stuart Crenshaw Charles Crumley Dana Curry Lissa Daughtry Byron Davis Debbie Davis Pat Davis Sharon Dayton Wade Deal Teri Defoore Timothy Denson James DeWitt Elias Dimberu Jodie Dodson Christina Douthit Lafayette Duvis Patrick Duty Darron Edwards Freshman Sammy Edwards Jackie Eggleston Cathy Elmer Carla Inglehart Brenda Esparza Maria Estrada David Evans Beverly Everett Lori Fallet Sande Fallet Kirk Farris Tim Faulknor Jonathan Fisher Tracy Flanigin Wendy Forbes Angee Ford Jay Fudge Todd Fuller Scott Gann David Garcia Jose Garcia Melinda Garcia Heath Gardner Phil Garuin Ortencia Garza Becky Greske Heather Giles Milton Gypson Angeline Gonzales Michelle Gonzales Jeff Gooding 4 'l" The V55 Freshman - 93 Donna Gordon I Anjeline Gonzales Kim Graham Kim Green Lonnie Grimes Sharon Hambric Philip Garalson Ed Harding Paul Harris Raquel Harris Garfield Harris -Joanne Haslam Angee Havard Al Hawkins Jerry Hayes Taras Henderson Juan Hernandez Kristine Hernandez Nicole Hettle Haura Hill Kathie Hines Marshall Hinsley Billy Hobbs Daryl Hocutt Roderick Holland Brian Holley Jason Holsinger Davis Horan Bressa Hornell Heith Howared Jeff Hughes Freshmen Sandi Hunter Clint Huskins Randy I-Iuskins Michael Hussett Heather Ingalls Henery Ivory Kristi James Sean January Monica Jerrerson Sharon Jerrerson Christie Jeffries Christie Jeffries Christie Jenkins Vicki Jennings Sandi Jerkins Corey Johnson Chris Jones Susan Jones Lio Jordan Mike Jordan 'Terri Joslin Ronnie Furgens Chris Kauffman Josh Kellam Angela Kelley Kimberly Kelly Liz Kelly Stacy Kester Gordon Kientzle Nicole Kinchen Gina King Marty King Oh, no! Im really a Freshman A' 2"' 5 it Hn- , .f b . Q u 4 an 4 ls fi- ,,,, M, .V . ,. r, , , - '. i H f 1' i 4 xMs..gi1 K , iw, 51,3 A D Freshman get a taste of the good life. Normal Freshman behavior. 6 Freshman - 95 Robbie Kline Ray Kivlehen Jason Koonce Michael Krnavek Ann Kurtz Lacy Maurice Linda La Morquese April Lane Cloudy Lawson Dusty Lawson Dina Leake Lisa Lipsey Russell Lisman Michelle Loche Henery Long Jason London Bobby Mc Bay Stacey McClain Mike McCullough Kim McCully David McGuire Tracy McKenzie Darrell McNeal Jill Matin James Martinez Hydia Martinez Michelle Maxwell Peggy Mays Mary Meenen Refugio Meforado Rufus Mejorado 96 - Freshman Clyde Melick Kristy Melton Glenda Miller Lance Miller Shane Miller Melvine Montgomery Tammy Montgomerey Jose Moreno Michelle Niki Morgan Debbie Moritz Kevin Mundy Steve Murphree Wendy Murray Adam Musick Jerry Nay Bret Odom David Padgent Ronald Parra Geralda Perez Glenda Perryman Chris Pevehouse Russell Phillips Traci Phillips Kenneth Pierce Deena Pike Scott Pollan Darla Pope Linda Pope Shelly Potter Don Poter Friends expect to have more quality time with each other Noi: all of these expectations are easily met However, the freshmen Slioufd realize that all must gs through this stag mf life Afterall, Whatfls considered, to 56 9, smailbsizep fer mankind is an reahty a grant leap for frQS!?f?fi?13f3s12v2gispf5gf: sltr l , r..' ,. y,'L i' ,K ir' 'Isl that deadifrbg X if Smile Pretty. Biology is so interesting! M iiiiix Freshman - 97 John Powell Karen Praslicka Joe Pricin Elizabeth Price Angela Ramsey Jason Ranton Wayne Redd Scott Reese Ann Regalado Michelle Reynolds Lisa Rhodes Revah Rice Susan Richardson Maria Rios Ruben Rios Peter Rivera Debbie Rizzo Tom Robbins Janie Robles Betty Rodriquez Vivian Rodriquez Maria Rogers Paul Rogers Cynthia Ross Regina Ross Erina Salazar Roger Sam Jerri Sanders Karolyn Saun Chris Savala Lisa Schaefer Freshmen Joe Scott Ken Seabolt Cylinda Settlemyer Rodney Sevier Krista Sharp Billy Sherman Jenny Sherman Jed Shook Glenn Sims Melvin Smith Tone Smith Junior Southard Dan Southerland Brandi Stroope Bobby Stroud Steven Struggs Kurt Spitzer Darren Stern Jeff Stern Elizabeth Stevens Danna Stewart Tammy Sutton Diane Tadlock Sandi Tallet Nynke Tamminga Doug Taylor Willie Taylor Jeffery Thompson Maulene Thompson Sidney Thompson Troy Thompson A A 0. " V wifasaiilazzlzi4ta1Li,,sitg, Jig U 4 fggvf ,,, f - - H in vsixilmizigr,?QE?2:2?29eh2?2e12dS- J 3 af 711 Ru my mm. :msc E?-1:'Qfrff,..M t , at Ni it ., W 1 ..,,,. ,... ,. 1 ,. , 2 .-..,4. , ---4, i -, The freshman were able to experience one of the fa lunch The lunch room is one of the places where you find the latest gossip te talk with friends and to eat the de liciouslvl cafeteria food Just think they have three more years to look for ward to this Arenit they luckyq We use Wella Mousse ,sm F i A e vorite fam Eqv' an V , Freshmen - 99 Teri Thompson Stephanie Thompson Jeff Tittle Suzanne Todd Derek Townley Rodney Trammell Jennifer Trull Krista Tupcz Ron Turbeville Danny VanArsdale Julie Vance Voughn Charles Mark Velez Carmen Venters Tina Vicks Melissa Villarreal Sophia Villarreal Joe Volentine Rodney Walker Dale Wagner Randy Washington Kenneth Webb Robin Wells Robert Wenzel Vikki VVeyer Brent Wheatly Karen Whitson Frankie Williams Lisa Wiles Jessica Wilkerson Sebastian Williams 100 - Freshmen Sheilithia Williams Allen Willis Stacey Wilson Marc Woodcock Greg Woodard David Woodard Kenneth Woodard Stephen Young Maggie Zavala These halls are so confusing. With the first year of high school comes the begin- ning of a new challenge to the student. Knowing that great responsibility is upon him, the freshman seeks the opportunities to develop his character and mind. However, he soon realizes that the path to success in his endeavors is a lonely and difficult undertaking. It is important to each freshman that he be encouraged to continue the self-development he began in Junior High. I'm really working, Mr. Cain. I told you about playing with super glue x W 'hwy C du, Q s f f fi' fm N1 W wx 'Y' 'Q af as gg 3, K Mi 1 V fm 1 Mm-....,,., i 4510 102 - Student Life A The real Kim Odom. E I told you about the cafeteria food. M , ,Hwy . . fn You am't got no ICB cream. Huh' The student council chose a representative from the u and lower classes for the spirit chain contest. This years re sentatives were Keri McLane and Randy Sargent. The ul classmen beat the lower classmen and the lowerclassme presentative got the honor of being hit in the face with a p front of the whole school. ' W -- - - H -W--rmlvvfxmmaegawmsrwr....,,,c, , W, , uniususanuuqnnnx-n t Student Life - 103 .i 1 WHS is ifl. It S A Wonderful L1fe Oh the glory that was Greece and the grandeur that was Rome the fun that was WHS Yes the Wonderful tlmes at WHS The lntermlngllng of frlend ly vo1ces 1n the lunchroom the ex cltement at a pep rally the tenslon at a close game the records spln nmg at the after game dances the call of a warm Hello as you walk down the hall the qulet of the l1 brary the l1vel1ness of classroom d1scuss1on All of these flow 1nto the stream of act1v1ty We W1ll al Ways recall as the magn1f1cent l1fe at WHS 7 . v v . . ., , 7 , - 7 , - Q CC 77 , - 7 he night. 104 - Student Life Q , 'T 'NR gi? Who ate the canary? l Numero Uno. Egyptian Lover. ft 'fi mr I 1 1 5551 V k ,JEL " ff , if 5 9 WN.. rf 1' ,Zffi w f a .. W , 4W,.Wgsv:'y,!zzv, wfgiiu, ' WV VQQIZLQ Qi - ' M ' X 1 4 If ' 2 Q V , L , g Student Life Mu Psychic! Flex your Flex. Being farsighted has no advantages. - 105 I ...I 106 - Student Life Silhoutes of days gone by. Hi, guys!! Hey, let's not fight. km 'N Qxx y A , I. 551: ' L L 1 ' .,,, , E ' QQ , ' y iii? L ' ' X ,S S' 5. k 1 R1 ,L ,HW...iiuu. Is that all you do in the library? 0 if . su, ,gms .ww W ww mi 52? 1 5 when QW. Sk 14? 9151732 . ,A - MN,- , 1' QW: Y V in ' 3' 3 ' . - " W W ' W H .. ' f , wi, tm 57925 5,-51? i 41' N gl . A ' ?2fa5fW Yf ' . Q M V fa , 4 K ' t ,Q v x X 1 -l a, ,Y f l wi QQ x Qs Ea mf 11? 'SHT1 ,qw el' -11:-' -nau- X! --A gm. 5 4 is W 1 X28 P 4 V , Kg X fu L cliff jf - ' " S 451 :IM mA'fx -VV' 47 Q 1 ook out Mick Jagger 112 - Academics Mrs. Aday are you blowing up marshmallows again? Das ist der buch. Mrs. Simpson the camera is up here! .ML L,,,,3,,!,,. f 'i -1 424' 7 5,2 ww, 1, A,,. J-..-...W Academics 113 'Sw' e -g ff, . ,, -W. 4-',1f ' ,2 fs, 'Al V' ff 1,.:.. :Z 'I.,,g ,' T' ' .',, f r , ' F? " , -, " V11 fPgV ,3 'W 3 ' i 3 H , A ,,,,z,. , R, nv W X 2' Q T Q 5 3 .74 L LK + 5 .,..... 114 -- Academics Bottom Row: Dorothy Mullican, Geometry, Sophmore Class Sponsorg Charlene Cope, Consumer Mathg Top Row: Isaiah Moreland, Pre-Alge Consumer Math, Freshman Class Sponsorg Steve Westmoreland, Fundamentals Math, J.V. Football, Girls Trackg Ted Harris, Pre-Alge Algebrag Doug Keese, Algebra I and II, Sophmore Class Sponsor, John Hauser, Jack of All Trades. It got so cold in his office that he had to teach math! aiikiiy. 1 we my-gy ,W-'25, , I 1.5 lg 05 - -, ,C -g-. - M -W Pf Vvfifvflfvf ,-9 E-.AG b- -Y 9-D- D CVE 9Vb QVC N 'ff 'lf' F E5 B5 E5 Coach Harris, hats are not allowed in the building. In math classes, students are taught basic skills so that they may later use either in life or in job situations. Fundaments of Math and Consumer Math courses concentrate on basic survival skills that the consumer will face. Beginning with Pre-Algebra, stu- dents are given a more in-depth study of the number system that prepare them for college. Ad- vanced Calculus is another college prepatory course offered in this department. Wars Academics - 115 Mrs. Aday, is there something wrong with the ice cream? In science classes, students are given the opportunity to prepare for college by tak' ing Biology I, Chemistry I, and Physics I. Our school is unique in its course offerings of Chemistry II, Biology II, and Physics II, giving students with an interest in science and in-depth study of these subjects. LW A giant Slinky! ff ' 5:4 -7 - .,.-'Aa' 1, L,-44 "' 9? '-- -an , '- 1 -'T -W 'tg' il - .f -., ,- LA ,,- x .--xg--ff, 'F' - 1- "-2-A.-54. q: mmf: .,b' -'E7' , .,.. ,, ,,.-.,..,,, Jttom Row: Barbara Nichols, Biology Ig Katheryn Aday, National Honor Society, Chemistry I and II, Top Row: Doc Hastings, Physics, rigonometry, Calculus, Science!Math Club, Billy Bentz, Biology I and II, Boys Basketball, J.V. Football. My N 116 - Academics Bottom Row: Donna Adams, World Geography, Sophmore class sponsor, Billy Hancock, Junior Historians, Government, Ruth Devore, Amer History, American Studies, Senior class sponsor, Top Row: Charles Carmichael, J .V. Girls Basketball, CLA, English, History, Gaylord Fre: Junior Historians, American History, Governmentg Benjie Arnold, Senior class sponsor, World History, Varsity Football. Mrs. Adams, is it really that cold? Ex-G men eat too! You will never guess what we put in the ice cream! Histor Department 'k' Academics - 117 Coach Lofland, quit gossiping on the phone! u 'C .V "f 'X 1 ' it Rx Lf'-L af' ll H .l ' ,Wg MAF - ' , Lf 'Q ,. Z fsfsg n ' j,l,l-':'- ' 5:3 , b:fH?QE?i'ilg,gll Ilhll .--Ag 'i "' all? .-W". -I Mr. Hancock, was it really that bad? Coach Carmichael, look over your shoulder! In history classes, students are taught about events, people and places that have had a continuing impact on our world today. We hope that by studying the past, we can avoid recurrences of past catastrophes, such as the Holocaust of World War Il. -Donna Adams- 118 - Academics El 3 l l Bottom Row: George Solis-Spanish, Spanish Club, Ernest Villarreal-Spanish, English II, 2nd Row: Debbie Leake-English III, FTA, Jr. Class Sponsor, Wanda Cain-English III, IV, Newspaperg Terri Murray-French I, II, French Clubg 3rd Row: Anne Phillips-English I, Yearbook, Lona Hobbs-English II, Freshman Class Sponsor, Ruth Ballard-English I, Lynn Stockman-English II, Jr. Class Sponsorg Glen Tolar-English I, II. 'mm LQ' if I wish they'd turn the heaters on. , "Stud among studs." Mrs. Ballard and Mrs. Phillips eating again. r X I Academics - 1 19 Welcome to our school, Psych. Smile pretty for the camera. 1-qi .411 "" 'Wh 4M......,, Mrs. Cain, are we studying for the "Competency Exam"? Solis and son. The English Department is designed to give students greater proficiency in using reading and writing skills. By levelling the classes, teachers are able to give assistance to those who are lacking in skills, meet the needs of the fstudent in the middle ground, and challenge the students in the advanced English classes. The entire department is designed to meet the individual needs of each student. The department is headed by Mrs. Wanda Cain. 120 - Fine Arts . M N,,.. .V A.L. 3 s Q S 3 Bottom Row: Kevin Barnesg Public Speaking, Theatre Arts, Debate, Interpersonal group communications. Beverly Hettleg Concert Choir, Acapella Choir. Second Row: Bill Centurag Concert Band, Stage Band, Flag Corp. Mickey Pickettg Symphonic Band, Marching Band. Mik Bryantg Art, Ceramics, Crafts. The new blues brothers. ,ZLL-7fz,?f1 " gf ' ' ,- EWR ,ww I ' W 7 , The Occupation D01 ray, me, faf S0 --- In Fine Arts Concert Band, Stage Band, Flag Corp., f-2 Symphonic Band, Concert Choir, ' Q7 f-X Acapella Choir, Theatre Arts, Art, e fk Ceramics and more are great fun, hard- 4' ,rs 1 working electives that students can take i he 7 Z l as a hobby or occupation trade. Isn't this ff FK music to your ears? f I, WX 1 X Mr. Bryant has taken up a new job. S-WM TW I-Q S . y- - ,wig Nw iw W ., '.... A . .. A . - A- ,Mfg -- "five 1 ' - y 'f?Ts1a,2a-W A 1 -5 7 I f ig. X. 1 fmsssg . - 4 3 W 5. Q - S ML, , --mn .-Qi, 886 iw si- 1- ocational 591. Q as X K -nf" I Educat1on Opens The Door To -0-sf"""" Emplo ment if Cosmetologists hard at work. Oh no! I'm surrounded! The Vocational department allows students to prepare for their future. Some students are fortunate enough to get on the job training. While others are trained in the classroom for three hours each day. They are trained in many different areas, such asg build- ing houses or cabinets, work on either the body of a car or the engine. There is also training in cosmotology, health care, and office duplication. 124 - Academics HOLDING Ii 'FORTSDOWNID I' The office personnel are hard working people, working eight I hours a day, five days a week. K They do things such as absentee slips, answering the phone, .calming frantic parents, and imakingjstudents obey the rules. This year we are losing a very .hard worker,.Mrs. Kvale. Mrs. K is always willing tor-help anyone, , student or faculty. Thank you Mrs. Kvale. Tommy Simpson, Kitty Kvale, Virginia Wade, and John Houser. Q Mr. Don Williams, our Principal. Mrs. Kvale is hard at work. MLIBRARY PRIDE STANDS OUT! . 'The Library staff is always willing to help students or faculty with H theyarious kinds of problems that surfaoe in a library. Our library is a source of pride in our school! I ig W- K. rs. Butler, Mrsg Autrey, and Mr. Cain, Librarian. 5 3 l Let's get to work now. Smile pretty. Academics - 125 I NUTRITION IS sffl The Cafeteria personnel work hard and diligently to meet the required nutritional needs of students and faculty. Cooking for 1200 indivi- duals with 1200 different tastes is a I difficult, if not impossible task. Thank you for trying. Ruby does the spring cleaning, UNSUNG HEROES FIX EVERYTHING The people in the Maintenance Department go around cleaning up after the mess of the students. They also fix things that break . . . all except the air conditioning, that is. These are the unsung heroes of our school. Without them, we would have chaos. 126 - Student Life l 'Elf I AM smiling. The typical straight "A" students. is xf 4. J 1 ,.,,,...QM- 4 How proudly they smile. Ain't ya seena camera before Mike? I l Look at the birdie. Heather gives it her all. Student Life - 127 SMILE!!! Mass intelligence. ZA 128 - Student Life Friends Baseball buddies. Teachers are supposed to set examples. True friends? We don't know! Silly Sophomores! 1 A FRIEND IS A PERSON- 1 l Who will help you in the hour of 1 sicknessg Who will lend you a dollar without deducting the interestg l Who will help you up hill when 3 you are sliding downg 4 Who will defend you in the hour when others speak evil of youg Who will believe in your innocence until you admit your guiltg f Who will say behind your back what he says to your faceg . Who will shake hands with you wherever he meets you, even though you wear patchesg and Who will do all these things without expecting any return. -Dorothy C. Retsloff. , The only way to have a friend is to be one. -Ralph Waldo Emerson Whatwe obtain too cheaply, we esteem too lightly. -Thomas Paine 2 i Nm ad" 3 132 - Student Life When is class over? Cheerleaders up at the crack of dawn The Champs take a breather. 134 - Student Life M Q m lt's Greek to me. Ji? Everyone who's not here raise your hand Bang! Your dead. it X xx 4' . X T' l s 4 l Chris? Bill washes down his delicious meal. 7 f- ,iv J I Qffvsfg' Qld' if 136 - Organizations The Philosophy Club gets down to business, for a change. Lord Vader, the Force is with you. Bye guys. 1:'gsg 1 ,:,v3m - f ,. - 'W " gms.,-fwifssis R Q ,:,4Q,,,,.,5s.. mum: rm ,,MN..g,..fam 1 HEXRULEI yr 'swf gm. if 'X' .- 1- 1 ,414 M, QM , ,,h44f,,w wwf.. ,Mwmm Band Symphonic Band Tromhones: Taffy Bell, Cylinda Settlemeyer, James Evans, Eddie Nunn, Alan Daughtery, Steve Robertson, Saxophones: Dawn McMullan, Kathy Johnson, Teri Defoore, Jonathan Fisher, Jacques Brown, Susan Richardson, Jennifer Brown, Laura Davis, Sarah Kennedy, Trumpets:James Utsey, Stephen Young, Bob Watson, Tommy Hayes, Matt Payton, Chris Kauffman, Sharon Howard, Dawn McMahan, George Cole, Low Brass: Vaughn Lowe, Troy Bell, Jimmy Brookhart, Joe Hanna, Charlie Barron, Jason Ranton, Denise Groves, Johnny Thompson. E i ! High Woodwinds: Bottom: Charlotte Ray, Heather Watson, Nic Hettle, Krista Tupaz, Renee Michener, Karen Preslieka, Angie Alexander, Glenda Perryman, Top: Susan Henley, Mimi Brown Camille Utsey, Ami Defoore, Tim Gresham, Julie Arrant, Andr4 Grygar, Percussion: Bottom: Charles Moody, Dale Rice, Melind. Bratcher, Brian Sargent, Top: Jason Lonan, Ray Anderson, Kel Morrow. Band - i Concert Band l Low Brass: Bottom: Matt Moore, Dale Alexander, Brian Draper, Top: Ronnie lurgens, Frankie Williams, Trot Nay, Stephanie Porter, Percussion: Jeremy Angel, ferry Nay, Ernest Williams, Beverly Everett, Terrance Burns, arinets: Bottom: Wendy Murray, Karolyn Saum, Kristy Melton, mdi Hunter. Angelica Aguilar, Gloria Esparza, 2nd Row: Jlanda Jackson, Niki Morgan, Julie Word, Karen Andrle, Revah ice, Terry Lomas, Top: Deena Benavides, Tommie Fikes, Gregory imes, Diana Williams, Kristi James, Pat Hernandez, Flutes: arla Hodge, Jana Bridges, Jennifer Trull, Ronda Holt, Stacy ester, Lani Koonce, Trumpets: Bottom: Jason Koonce, Kim McCully, Jay Fudge, Annette Alexander, Top: Jeff Browning, Marie Tyler, Jason Holsinger, David Martinez, Saxophones: Bottom: Marcia Cooper Toni Brown, Deanna Venters, Todd Helm, Top: Mike Andrele, Keith Carrington, Allen Willis, Rodney Trammel, Krista Sharp, Mike Villareal, 140 - Band K e'11 Go Marching On I This is not English, Bob. MINS SE ,gm-' -,.,,,hN Q c WHS Stage Band is 1 rr up oi elite hind num ur lhese students and their director, Hill C entrra are brought together hy a strong lriendship and their love ot musu lhc age ian: vegan the year stucxing musu theory am an lmprox ization W hen basketball season startul tht hand e nter tained audiences hw playing old laxoritts in hetwec n games I hen they began preparation ol a tew tunes to pl ly lt the ll l A lan restixal in March lhe hand played well eve n though ineligible to compete. After returning from the contest, with George tfole, Jennifer Brown Bob Watson, and l'it't'y Hull being named outstanding musicians, the hand began preparing themselves l'or their Spring C oncert. lhe concert on May 20 was a huge success. 'l hey closed out the year with a hang and everyone began looking forward to next year. 'l'he 1984-85 Stage Band wishes to thank Mr. Ventera for making this the best year ever. ,ja R tt:-. KVM I t i i i y N. gt g 3 , ,Seam N i i f if M- if if V , ,Ji t2,ttf ' A 5 4 'J 4 f ff f F' Q YK- ft ,Q 1 5 we ,, , ,uf , .. 4 V if f k '2 "' -' .....,. p f, i at f r it t " A ffl ' , n . if f f 0 , H i A t .. t,,, . l 2 , 1 J .Y " e.,f,,i'e77 i Qt W X " ' En 4? f' 4? 2 7 A N, sg 1 f -ya if if 2 f af gif'-ff 6 ' ff risk , Q f 1. . of A ' 2 by 1 45? wid Sgt . ,ts f Flag Corps - 143 set-I The Corps performs at pep rallies. Row: Laura Davis, Ami Defoore, Tammy Montgomery, Jana Bridges, Niki Morgan, Ronda Appleton, Taffy Bell Row: Charlotte Ray, Julie Loggins, Sara Kennedy, Andrea Grygar, Dawn McMullan, Julie Arrant, Kathy Johnson, Diana Williamsg 144 - Drill Team Entertainment I Their Kiel? l , l i I l I i l w I i Bottom Row: Lana Granbury, Leith Lothridge, Kristi Young, Amy Brown, Melanie Dawson, 2nd Row: Gaye Shelkofsky, Kim Odom, Heather Hensley, Tammy Clark, Annette Stack, Elayne Bradford, Chris Close, Tonya Whitehead, Karen Currie, Brigette Howard, Becky Hartley, Laura Clymore, Tina Strength, Melody Giles, 3rd Row: Heather Thompson, Diane Duggan, Lisa Villareal Michelle Robinson, Lisa Luttrall, Dina McClard, Dana Cox, Angie Condor, Johnna McCutchen, Melody Black, Barbie Steele, 4th Row: Heidi Morton, Tammy Hardaway, Dawn Lowe, Jennifer Calvert, Margy Williams, Diana McBride, Cara Camarillo, Suzanne Almond, Sonja Schoonover, Rhonda Rhodes y D The idrill team iwiongistediyliifi dedicated and i A s They had fC be 215SChO01lsbyst65O0,a4iDi-fiends ,S0metirf1,esffl15icll5,Ihadgw, s, stay after schoQi.lEveryl.,hornegganfiegftliey gigi bought,or L for thef'oo,tbif1'1lPff1YefSli,i 1 ,,,,lli ii 'ii fi lsl S 'Dl,1i'iI1giii3l1,CQSL1IliliII1CI'Q the drill Stearns,attendedlia,icampg'9QS t'li i gi'lil'fjf'j Whklhfhey llll 1'9Q6iVlQd 3 1Si,C1iViSiOnf1fating, Newunifornis A it the Ifldiafl ALBOSSESTA Club GHS YG2Ir,,fG3i113f9lCi0ik9d indice-'Wl6f9Hf6ifiiif,ii!i3? T iefitihe wayitheselgirlsirepresent leurischjoqigell f C ylijf ff Lauri Green - Sponsor Lana Granberry, Leigh Lothridge, Amy Brown - Lieutenants Kristi Young-Captain Drill Team - 145 Ronda Rhodes, Sonja Schoonover Mr. Williams presents Kristi Young and Melanie Dawson with Drill Team. certifioates in honor of being chosen as members of the All-American 146 - CC Compani CC And Compan Stands f ll i KZ? l V 'Q Z 5 if ,Q 5 Bottom Row: Elaine Bradford, Kristi Young, Chris Close, Lisa Villarreal, Karen Currieg Top Row: Diane McBride, Leigh Lothridge, Barbie Steele, Shannon Johnson, Ami Brown. A '4 Q-9' . . Taklng five. X4 5 They Are Unique C.C. and Company is made up of a few select members of the Cherokee Charmers that show a special gift for dancing. Each year they enjoy getting together during the basketball season to mb entertain the fans. All of the girls in C.C. and Company get a chance to show the uniqueness of the drill team. They put a lot of effort and hard work to make each routine the best it can be. Star of C.C. and Company. 'a ,Q I 148 A Organizations ar it Cheerleader Bottom Row: Judi McCullough. 2nd Row: Charlene McCu1lar, Melissa Winn, Kayla Adolf, LeAnn Travis. 3rd Row: Wendy Coday, Beth Banks, Top Row: Misti Winn. anew wweii 'WM-193' VIAKVQTQ -lx me ,M ., M. ' 'l.uA.nl" N E if if my K il We - mmm W av .mu mum is 553 W ei MQXEW W K3 'fm f M gk 'W -1 35, 'X W. A ., ,. as eff ' em42f.ee if ' - - f kk . - . we ' . Build Excitement Misti .W Charlene showing their stuff!! i l,L,:2r' t ' Organizations - 149 Varsity Cheers On Team Spirit Who but the WHS cheerleaders can build up the excite- ment at games with their team spirit? Even though pep- rallies were forbidden during school hours, the varsity cheerleaders managed to pep us up early in the morning for the late afternoon games. The varsity cheerleaders are a team made up of spirit and that team spirit can make even a loss a victory. f --v-ig 150 - J.V. Cheerleaders gif' Af 5 fs J .V. Teams Up For Competitions 'llhe JN. cheerleaders qualitiecl for National Q ' g competitions in Florida, lt was unusual for the team to ' go to this competition and this year was the first. year freshman were allowed on the J.V. squad. The freshman proved to lie bright. additions to the -l.V.. All of the cheerleaders showed much enthusiasm and worked extra hard at competing skills, but that wasn't all, they still managed to sell programs and cheer on the crowds at peprallies, football games, and basketball games. Work and enthusiasm made -l.V. a real team. This Cheer s For You f rt? J.V. Cheerleaders - 151 l Junior Varsity Zottom Row- Carla Englehardt. Second Row- Angee Ford. Third row- Carla Winningham, Jill Chapman, Angela Ramsey, Bambi Martin, Jill llartin. Fourth Row- Laura Denning. Fifth Row- Faye Calhoun, Sixth Row- Traci Cantu. as ' I F W gi. , 2 ' llrl QE' YL ' K X W fl: 5- ,- if . 'film J ? W, S FS-W... ir, lrrlll J W F ' ,i- . , .,- M .La My ' "L ' ,"' --M' ilhfnilrunw . li' I I fs Y and . ., " 4, 7' H 4-4.635 ' I rg If 1 ,, ,. .,.Qf1.,wwM.f,,M ty, CWM to K4 Q. 1, .1 ' :Rf ' J W W I i ' 2' 2 , , - fel V , WM W nl' 3 A ,W 4 . 152 - Cheerleaders They Cheer ith Spirit There's Coach Bentz! wag- e fe., P f-E' H y Bien. -, g rf' Y V Y ' ff:s,2fL',g5g?:1 , 2 2. 'wr ' Wgf' 4 gf ff' 5 A NX 3 5 J 3 As, .. ,Lg 3 fi 5 ,FQ W.. A WLS '-1-mf YQ 1 W W, V when fab Play Misti for me. e he W Wa A. 4 fi? 7 in r K f 3 ,gi Bright faces for a new year. Do the Bird. n in the sun! N he varsity pose. ' ff 1-122315: Z' '- ' A hat's so funny LeAnn? f-4 e is A 252 Q, :lim we aw W S 1 s f 2 Wm 12 353553 Just goofing around. A- Cheerleaders S 153 X X -.7-we:--4 ...,. X re we Y. I-Y: V f. "1 Q Ani.:-' e f frlze -ffl-T-,if'!Ff i9-ff' Alfririvl --'. f 11 ,,. 44' ' .!"' 'sv X u 3 X,, sr, ,. A WHS Pep rally I love to watch the cheerleaders, 154 Y Student Council I Council Serves Students 3 2 ZW' luv Z, Student Council is the governing body of the high school. They sponsor dances and concerts to earn money to buy various things for the school such as trophy cases and murals on the Walls. The Council is made up of representatives from each grade. An applica- tion must be filled out and is then reviewed by select faculty members. One of the most important events sponsored by Student Council is the Homecoming activities. Starting with hall decorations in the morning parade in the afternoon, Homecoming Queen announcement at the foot- ball game and dance following fill up their day and many weeks previous to it. The Council is a fun organization to be in. It opens up a lot of opportuni- ties for many things. But the most important objective is to serve the Indians at Waxahachie High! l Homecoming decoration Student Council - 155 Bottom Row: Sharon Parent - sponsor, Diane Smith - Sponsor, Deana Dickson-Sponsor, 2nd Row: Randy Sargent-Treasurer, Stephen Smith- Historian, Top Row: Taffy Bell- Secretary, Rhonda Rhodes-President, and Ronda Appleton-President. if Il Row: Deana Dickson, Randy Sargent, Ronda Appleton, Rhonda Rhodes, Taffy Bell, Stephen Smith, Dianne Smith, Sharon 2nd Row: Marco Bonetti, Mark Morgan, Steve Robertson, John Kvale, Mike White, Keri McLane, Suzanne Almand, James 3rd Row: Melinda Bratcher, Shelley Clark, Charles Moody, Greg McKeever, Veronica Monreal, Kristin Childress, Alice Fuentes, r Trull' 4th Row' Danna Stewart Darla Pope Carl Englehardt Angela Kelly Renee Smith Tom Youngblood Kathie Hines lie y ' y 1 r y v v v sta Sharp, Stacey Wilson, 5th Row: Dawn Lowe, Julie Robertson, Angie Condor, Debbie Hines, Kevin Mundy, Clyde Melick, Kyle , Doug Pilsg Top Row: Tracy Sullivan, Laura Green, Dana Cox, Andy Johnson, Lori Penner, Tammi Hardaway, Camille Utsey. 156 - Jr. Historians o g ' H1 tory I Our Lme. This is the Vice-President and Secretary of Jr. Historians'?'?? w 1 l 4 J 4 4, 1 G W ,, , Q W J i Front Row: John Farris, Chris Kauffman, Jeremy Angel, Kevin Mundy, Sponsorg Mr. Hancock, Reporterg Suzanne Almand, Presidentg Steve Robertson, Nike Morgan, Sponsorg Mr. Frenchg Top Row: Anthony Cantu, Jason Holsinger, Jay Fudge, Jeff Browning, John Cantu, Vice-Presidentg Clyde Melick, Robert Winzell, Jason Lonan, Ed Harding. .I 3 ' ,gf . ' , oncert Choir-Bottom Row: Aretha Allen, Susan Mayes, Donna Allen, Cherrie handler, Andrea Brown, Lori Fallett, Sandra Duke, Angela Taylor, 2nd Row lay Becks, Veneda Hayes, Maria Rios, Tara Ballard, Cheryl Jefferson, Rachel ox, Sonia Smith, 3rd Row: Michael Davis, Rodney Walker, Jerome Taylor ison Smith, James Williamson, Gerald Flowers, Kenneth Snell, Gerald 'udsong Top Row: Roderick Henderson, Michael Sanders Eric Walker lphonso Hawkins, Byron Davis, Anthony Davis, Anthony Price lcapella Choir-Bottom Row: Kristine Hernandez, Stacy Davis, Jennifer Trull, itacy Noonkester, Mendy Combest, Nicole Hettle, Michelle Locke, Christie effriesg 2nd Row: Elaine Owen, Stephanie Porter, Charlene McCullar, Sandy Iarrington, Krista Tupacz, Sharon Howard, Vicki Holder, Robin Harrison, 3rd low: Maurice Lacy, Melvin Smith, Steven Cooks, Dale Alexander, Hef1Ty vory, David McGuire, 4th Row: Terrance Burns, Garfield Harrison, Darron Edwards, David Jenkins, Tim Gresham, Matthew Moore, Steven Gerald o Two Choirs, One Great Sound There are two choirs at WHS. One is the Acapella choir, the more advanced of the two, and the other is the concert choir. They both give various concerts around the community and WHS is very proud of them. I xx, 4 if I 158 - Yearbook Staff j i -Thisyeans '84-'85-Chief Staff would sincerely like 'to thank Mrs. Anne Phillips forher help and support on our yearbook. Through hard work, determination, and her never ending way of thinking "Welve got to finish! We've got to efinishln, Mrs. Phillips is one of the 3 best advisors weg the staff, know of. vQActually, satis the only one we know'yofJg3'-f KKV. , . This yeansistaff was under the leardership of 'Co-Editors Charlotte Ray and Chrisanna , ' V Simpson. Charlotte was the peppyf one of the staff, always ready to - laugh and sheer up everyone. Chrisanna was the more strict one, alwaysyxnaking sure everyone had theirflayouts ready and prepared to gixieiniit imore. Anthony .Cantu the - not-so-business-ike-business manager' Raquel White Debbie Hines and Gary Nelsonfroonded off their-second year as kind of parent figures giving advise to our newer staff members. The new ones were Senior Jamie 'Winningham who received the fProvine Scholarship Junior John Farris and Sophornores Jill Rominger ReneekSrnith Patrick Felty Liz Shelley and Michele Robinson who all showedthe could learn how to iput a year ook together just as fast as the older members. , Gary Nelson Raquel White Michele Robinson Liz Shelley Patrick Felty Mrs. Phillips Anthony Cantu Jill , i 9 3 7 Y P 7 , 1 Y . ' 5 , 1 , , , - 7 I Rommger, Renee Smith, John Farris, Charlotte Ray, Jamie Winningham, Debbie Hines, and Chrisanna Simpson. The gang decked out in Sweaters. ur Gang The Party Animals show their charm. Yearbook Staff - 159 Staffers learn how to modernize their yearbook. advice. Renee obviously has nothing better to N0 Jamie, We DON'T want your l L., i I NPV' .. -,Ju The camera wasn't focused on purpose, Liz. A L, Spanish Club Estudiemos Espanol Bottom Row: Mr. Solis, Luis Ortiz, Ricky Solis, Jeff Morgan, Jarrett Westman, Tracy Escobar, Ricky Smith, Casey Hughes, Jerry Shipp, Greg McKeever, Damon Borders, Wendy Coday, Patricia West, Jerry Esparza, Jamie Winninghamg 2nd Row: Anneke Tamminga, Liz Kel- ley, Lisa Schaefer, Matt Story, Michele Robinson, Lisa Flores, Olga Munoz, Patsy Castillo, Terry Lomas, Anna Moreno, Melinda Garcia, Jennifer Calvert, Jennifer Lobb, Robby Odomg 3rd Row: Mike Davis, Kristi McLane, Nicole Kitchen, Leslie Clymore, Heather Giles, Robin Harrison, Sandy Harrington, Lucy Alveraz, Linda Solis, Brian Sar- gent, Jon Reese, Mike White, Mike Bell, JoAnn Calhoun, 4th Row: Angie Ford, Angela Kelley, Elizabeth Price, Kathy Hines, Amy Banks, Darla Pope, James Utsey, Wendy Forbes, Maria Rogers, Maria Estrada, Gina Whitehead, Sandra Kelley, Veronica Monreal, Tracy Adkins, Melinda Bratcher, Jose Barragang 5th Rwo: Jay Fudge, Clyde Mellick, Nicole Hettle, Mindy Combest, Tracy Sullivan, Laura Green, Shannon Johnson, Tobin Sokoll, Annette Stack, Rachel Cox, Tracy Kyle, Melissa Jones, Leigh Lothridge, Chris Close, Mason I hate research papers. e Corbin, Lisa Villarreal, Frankie Sanchezg 6th Row: Lori Yocum, Kris tin Jenkins, Doug Pils, Tracy Murphree, Tammi Hardaway, Lor Penner, Andy Johnson, Jeff Gardenhire, Tiffany Mounce, Amj Brown, Beth Banks, Melanie Dawson, Pat Davis, Angie Condor, Deb bie Hines, John Cantu, 7th Row: Mark Ballard, Taffy Bell, Jame Dewitt, Steve Murphree, Anthony Crawford, Charles Moody, Shellej Clark, Rhonda Appleton, Misti Winn, Rheanne Smith, Leanne Trav is, Cary Adkins, Rodney Farris, David Vaughn, Rob Wilson, Heid Morton, Mark DeLeon, Tom Youngblood, 8th Row: Troy Bell, Char lie Campbell, Robert Winzell, Eddie Nunn, Marcie Cooper, Krist Hernandez, Jose Saenz, Danny Ortiz, Steven Lucio, Todd Haney Paul Gonzales, Greg Centilli, Chip Kelley, John Griffith, Brian Lip pey, Darrin Stern, 9th Row: Clay Schoolfield, Stacy Davis, Cloudj Lawson, Barbara Bonner, Thomas Kentzle, Marco Bonnetti, Steven Davis, Sandra Freeman, Tina Ramirez, Gracie Ortiz, Jerry Cuellai Kathy Esparza, Amando Jaramillo, Sara Camarillo, Scot Rogers Mike McCullough, Clint Calvert, Anthony Cantu, Jeff Hughes. 1' X ff N French Club French lub Seniors-Bottom Row: Heidi Morton, Julie Robertson, Christina Streichg 2nd Row: Anthony Cantu, Miss. Murray, Steve Robertson, Mike White, Marco Bonettig 3rd Row: John Farris, Dale Alexander, Chris Gray, James Evans, Mathew Denney. Sophmores-Bottom Row: Heather Thompson, Traci Cantu, Tina Strenght, Becky Hartley, Karen Beatty, 2nd Row: Gaye Shelkofsky, Kim Odom, Suzanne Almand, Carla Winningham, Heather Hensley, Todd Helm, 3rd Row: Stacy Phillips, Laura Denning, Dawn Lowe, Bambi Martin, Tracy Adkins, George Cole, Stephanie Porter, 4th Row: Jimmy Brookhart, Rob Machousky, Byron Davidson, Robin Osborne, Sandra Kelley Toni Brown. Freshman-Bottom Row: Laura Hill, Angela Ramsey, Brenda Esparza, Dana Stewart, Sandy Hunter, Kristi Sharp, 2nd Row: Jana Bridges, Janie Robles, Wendy Forbes, Angie Havard, Jill Martin, Michelle Morgan, Darla Pope, Julie Bumpassg 3rd Row: Lissa Daughtry Michelle Maxwell, Charla Carlot, Kim Luther, Glenda Perryman, Krista Tupacz, Sharon Deytong 4th Row: Beverly Everett, Jennifer Trull. 1 162 Thespians!Art Club 'cAll The and we are merely players performers and portrayers The words of William Shakespeare and the motto of the Thespi ans This is a speclal group of talented 1nd1 vlduals people not afraid to be themselves They are brought together by the love of actmg and opening themselves up to new P unique and special group of people Officers Patricia West Vice Presldent Heather Devron President Karen Currie Reporter orld's A Stage. i' Bottom Row: Heather Devron, 2nd Row: Patricia Westg 3rd Row: Renee Smith, James Evans, Troy Nay, Vaughn Loweg 4th Row: Tobin Sokoll, Karen Currie, Chrisanna Simpson. , , ersonalities. The Thesians are a very : - ' 5 Ars Gratia Artis Front Row: Sarah Kennedy-President of Defense, Todd Helm-President of Immigrantsg Back Row: Annette Alexander-President of Design, Mr. Bryant-Sponsor and three time recipient of the ancient order of Osgood Waller Awardg John Farris- President of Special Effects. Members of the WHS Art Club corne- morated the birthday of Osgood Waller this week. Col. Waller is the founder of the local chapter of "The Society for the Pres- ervation of Conceptual Art." The name was changed to WHS Art Club on April 10, 1902 as part of a gala comemoration of Wallers birthday, April 17, 1486. The dates have become a bit confused through the cons, due to inaccuracies the T.S.F.T.P.C.A. secretary's and the local "hysterical society's" records. Attempts are being made at present to have the third Monday in April declared as Osgood Wa1ler's offical birthdate. That way Waller's age will never be accurate, but, at least we have an extra three day weekend. Newspaper - l Smoke Signals Newspaper reporters are required to do all kinds of things. Ihe W H S Newspaper staff was quite a group this past wear Thex were all hard workers but thex nex er let their quest for detailed and accurate reporting get in the was of having fun Satrting with no money or outside tmanual support they started up the paper at the beginning of the wear n11ed under a new name later in the wear but the staff held it together The newspa per staff is xerw grateful to Mr and Mrs fain fthe sponsors! lonathan Fisher s fa ther tw ho printed some ofthe papers! and Qunk Print which printed the rest! with out whose support the newspaper wouldnt have been posnsble l ' ' . ..'. , 5 5 ' S' " .' A, ' ., K . U ' F' , and the paper soon grew. The paper reorga- v ' I K y K . .S . F4 tom Row: Lani Koonce, Marco Bonnetti, Keri McLane, Shelley Clark, Suzanne Almand, Melinda Bratcher, Veronica Monreal, Denise rray, Denise Groves, Top Row: Jacques Brown, Michael Bell, Jon Reese, Mike White, Jonathan Fisher, Randy Sargent-Editor. 16-I - Future Teachers Of America Future Teacher Qf Amerlca In .1 64 L. Li tBoltom Howl Mr. Tommy Simpson, Susan Jones. Aretha Allen, Deana Vcnters, Deana Leake. Cheryl flellerson. Elaine Owens, Niki Morgan, Mrs. Debra lreake. lliack rowl Ricky Solis. Anthony Crawlorcl, Jennifer Calvert. Jimmy Brookhart, Charles Moody. Shelley CV' Iarke. " f E.W. Moore Chapter of the Future Teachers of Arnencas purposeisto pro vide its members with exper iences to develop the quali mes and aptnudes bamc to successful teaching and to assist in gaming an apprecia tion of the contributions that the public schools have made to our Democratic society Members atttend a district and a state convention dur mg the school year I .ll- . , . , - ls sicria . Qefip if ' icsi M crti f Vtr, i i .?"f 5 'rrr t 4' itcr 5 it i,-p ""' "ii J l l T' cation: Julie Vance. Mrs. Bumpass-Secretary. Liz Stevens, Melinda Ayres, Angie vard. is 4 IIN .15 II'l1I1l'.' lst Row: Monica Aulrey, Glenn Sims. Doug Taylor. Juanita Maldonado. Judy ernan. Steven Davis. Sean Wages. and Benton Cain - Librarian Qns Row: Bobby Bay. Sidney Thompson. Shawn Hobbs. David Padgett. Lydia Martinez. Julie ieatley Ilrd How: Mark Howell. Russell Lisinan. Walt Griffith, Dale Wagner. Tommie xchell. Derrick Whitehead. and Darrell McNeal. Office Aides - v Extra- rdinary Aide Office aides go around to every class and pick up absentee slips. They answer phones and take messages. They type and know the latest gossip. Working in the office is not as easy as it sounds because there is a lot of work involved. They get a lot of exercise running messages up and down the halls. 5 .Q Q, r 166 - Academic Decathlon l "Hachie's" Whiz Kids Bottom Row: Mr. Tolar, Shelley Clark, Mr. Simpsong 2nd Row: Marco Bonetti, Charles Moody, Sstephen Smithg Top Row: Charlie Barron, Mike White, Tim Smi John Cantu. l l Bottom Row: Shelley Clark, Mr. Simpsong Top Row: Charlie Barron, Charles Moody, Stephen Smith, Marco Bonetti, Mike White. Herencia Mexicana - Herencia Mexicana brief meeting of Herenica Mexicana. I wonder when the next Herencia Mexicana meeting is. diy! 7 Row: Naomi Hernandez, Celi Sias, Michelle Gonzales, Patsy Castillo, Teresa VanArsdale, Rufus Mejorado, Lawrence Aguilarg Top Mrs. Garza, Maria Robles, Norma Barragan, Andy Sias, Paul Castillo, Sylvia Barragan, Mr. Richard Segura. 168 - FCA l Fellowship Rewards Athletes , Bottom Row: Mike Cooper, Maurice Lacey, Jeff Hughes, Dewayne Volentine, Troy 5 Thompson, Steve Murphree, 2nd Row: Anthony Crawford, Gary Nelson, Greg McKeever, Larry Bates, Steve Smith, Tony Erskin, 3rd Row: Gerald Hudson, Melvir Smith, Von Pigg, John Kyale, Casey Hughes, David Allen, James Williamson, Top: Sponsor, Coach Kazmerski, Craig Stewart, Jerry Shipp, Joe Volentine, Ricky Smith,l Steve Cooks, Thad Trapp, Doug Pils, Officers: Bottom Row: Sponsorg Coach Kazmierski, Captain, Larry Bates, 2nd Row: Co-captains, Doug Pils, Greg McKeever Steve Smith, Steve Murphree. ' i I M ' M.. 5 l 5 i I ,awe-if .swwws , Sponsor, Cynthia Williams, Tracy Murphree, Caren Clark, Kim Ford, Angie Alman Glennette Falani, Tracy Flannigan, Anita Jordan. thletic Hostesses getting ready for a big game. ,Yf lyl ,Tk RA V Q1 YL, N :fe A 3 t A T , , , Q f':. i f ".' f ,Q V ' ,V rj, a A Q ng "- fvili - -fQ Cf ' " , it mx K 4, f W y my ww in f , .-.M :wg-aw 32.355- Athletic Hostesses 1- - -- pg .Six ' " Hin -A .aww 673 1 7 fc! qlzlx b T if I W- 1 -- -W g , 9,5 ,, IM 'L ,.f t ' ' 1 ., 5-J ff: fu, I We X9 S1 ic Hostesses - 169 . 7 ,..',1r',x A- ,:,,-Qwf: .1 -- 'llt ci ttom: Lisa Supanik, Tracy Kyle, Paula Gillespie, Laura Steele, Theresa nArsdale, Patsy Castillio, 2nd Row: Diane Stewart, Laurie Allen, Bobbie Massara, ichelle Vance, Christie Andrews, Courtney Acre, Sponsor, Mrs. Autrey, Top Row: Eren Clark, Christy Thedford, Nettie Crocker, Mackie Martinez, Teresa Whitehead, gina Davis, What t-xzivtly dents the Pliilusuphy 1-lui: flu? Weill. they Iilikililtllll Q-x't-l'f'thiny' 'l'hvre- is imthing on which the-so student- wmft t-xpre-ss their upihiun. Nticlt-air Wzir. tw-iizigv lH'0,EIl1tlllL'y.iilNi Ilui1:ilcl.liw1gtti1 zil- wziys nmktt gmni univt-rsaitiuii. This organi- mtimi vmisists nt' Iiighly inlclligviit flu- delnts who Iiziw at paimsimi for miitruwrhiail imtn-5. hut uma! nt' :ill they like tu talk. r""' .. Mm. r 9' ' f f M 3 - Q AQSF , P " ' Nw vi - - s f 1. 5 -1 kr A... .., is t it , ww Tw W W an is .W n with x X 5 9 flu f 'ka cwfitfigj I tii M fff- 1 ai 1 AQ 4 Q Q by Z M X 5 ii E.. FFA Future Farmers Cf America Britt and Chris load U-lack" to the Ellis Royal Show and Sale if fe 1 I ,, Q, K 5 7 1 HW f f ..-....-.. f ...,...:.,, ,Nw ,, . ,,,.,, W, , , . , W, AQMQHWJ WN W ,r s , 5 , xkf.,,,, . Q' xy X fs Construction Trades lst Row: David Hill, Bryan Lowe, Patrick Ferguson, Lance Miller, Todd Grimes, Bobby Stroud, Glenn Archer. 2nd Row: Travis Street, Kurt Shortes, Jose Garcia, Dwayne Phillips, Jacob Long, Jeff Little, Ronnie Baker, Mr. More ,Gary White, Kyie3fSea1S,f'Lynn ,james Hartis, Ricky Limitone, Armaxidrxfifff 3 Jaramillo, Henry Martinez, Aaron ' ' 'Q iif1Levingston, Richard Gonzales, Lewis, I-"I4Ad,HIIiS0I!, DaVic'fStewart, Kerry Jay, David ' Brannm, 'MKQ,'iSlmm0HS. . johnny? Thornpgeon, Matt Ridgeikiij,-fMarty J unkin,.fSg1ott McDowell, Barry-Crenshaw, And1:e'wQQiiildreSs, Chris Clemens, Jeff Alaniz, Ahklygafgililar, Bobby' Compton. a T T r fi BuildineTrades f Health Occupations Students America Camarillo, Eva Cedillo, Carrie Symens. Camarillo, Debbie Solis. Cosmetology - ia lst Row: Connie Torres, Carmen Cordona, Androde. 3rd Row: Felecia Miner, Brenda Grider, Becky Jackson, Jennifer Robertson, Leslie Wilson, Deatra Jones, Ruth Junkin. lst Row: Stephanie Dunnahue, Tressie Starr, Maria Robles, Lupe Reyes, Maria Wright, Eloisa Carrizales Rios, Debbie Gonzales Pritchett, Jerri Sanders. 2nd Row: Rebecca Perry, Rosalyn Moore, Leah Carnrike Hill, Paula Cahman, Flossie Meskimen, Nancy Willians, Karen McClain, Nettie Crocker, Ru Junkin. ,,.,,..,.-or lst Row: Sharon McMillan, Cheryl Pylant, Judy Freeman, Christina Streich. 2nd Row: Mrs. Horan, Debbie Solis, Karen Toteet, Sara Officers: Karen Poteet, Sharon McMillan, Sara Karen Edwards, Dianna Venters, Tressie Starr. 2nd Row: Donna Detrick, Brenda Willis, Tracy Kyle, Carmen Martinez, Joyce Gardner, Martha th 176 - VOCCTIVOE .OLM1T. Bottom Row: Andrea Brown, Donnie Wesley, Cathy Woodard, 2nd Row: Tracy Vaugh, Valarie Pointer, 3rd Row: Gloria Esparza, Sandra Williams, Ulonda Jackson, 4th Row: Connie Wade, Steve Butler, Caren Reynolds, Danna Polk, Marie Tyler, Yolanda Whitfield, Michelle Carter, 5th Row: Kayla Johnson, Julie Luna, Ray Anderson, David Chadler, Alan Miller, Derrick Dansby, Anthony Lacey, Andrew Reynolds OE- COOP. Bottom Row: Kristen Childress, Melinda Morrison-Historian, Jana Chapman- President, Glenda Boswell-Vice- President, Rhonda Rhodes- Parlimentarian, Barbara Rodriquez, 2nd Row: Courtney Acre, Tracy Bumpass, Elayne Bradford, Kim Moritz, Susan Willis, Angela Condor, Staci Noonkester, Julie Robertson, Christie Andrews, 3rd Row: Dianna Williams, Lorilyn Lyon, JoAnn Jacinto, Lani Koonce, Vickie Smith, Melody Giles, Cynthia Garza, Donna Joslin, Macaria Martinez, Mrs. OE- LAB. Ist Row: Irma Bulnes, Melissa Winn, Leigh Gerron, Jessica Gorman, Tobin Sokol, Elva Carrizalesg 2nd Row: Mrs. Morgan, Karen Andrle, Katherine Dishman, Lori Archer, Julie Arrant, Adele Spence, Becky Mendez, Jolenta Edwards, 3rd Row: Gayla Duncan, Tammie Matthews, Christi Hooper, Tina Markham, Carol Winn, Tracy Adkins. Lash. e f ' '- 4 li., ff Mn. . ,E 'Y Deca!Hero - 177 DECA Bottom Row: Teresa Whitehead, Tracy Nobles, Jodi Loyd, Allison Dennard, Dana Anderson, Jenny Vaughn, Heather Devrong 2nd Row: Mrs. Eschenburg, Belinda Adams, Alice Fuentes, Tammy Peek, Jenny Moon, Michelle O'Daniel, Marty Hill, 3rd Row: Delma Sims, Kelly Beely, Kirk Greenhill, Rodney Farris, Scott Sanders. HERO Bottom Row, 2nd Period: Lynette Whitehead, Susan Mayes, Sherl Davis Janelle Williams, Mrs. JoAnn Gray, 2nd Row: Donna Allen, Stacy Jackson, Chad Barlow, Chrissie Wilson, Kerri Tucker. 9 Bottom Row, 4th Period: Linda Saenz, Michelle Vance, 2nd Row: Jackie Johnson, Regina Webb, Laura Moody, 3rd Row: Cherrie Chandler, Jenny Rector, Anneke Tamminga, Glen Sherwood, Kraig Bowers, Mrs. Joann Gray. 177 178 - WeldingfSmall Engine Repairs elding This class teaches the basic fundamentals of welding with various types of welding equipment. Advance welding, blue prints, and layout tech- nique are included in this course also. Back Row: Eddie Coker, Mark Fincher, Randy Smith, Mark Gass, Brian Davis, Richie Hardaway, Rodney Whitehead, Mr. Hazard, Front Row: James Hill, Darrell Kocian, Ben Barrett, Jeff Sanchez. Back Row: Joel Gwinn, David Hardaway, Chuck Sims, Donald Southerland, David Hyles, Bill Story, Mr. Hazard, Front Row: Dale Clark, Larry Dunn, Mark Brogdon, Gene Dodson, Tim Faulkner, David Evans, Thomas Elmer. s W "ASL '?'i !m fi? . ' ,uf 'HMM if? if . X m Small Engine Repair Small Engine repair provides instruction that is based upon manipulation skills and basic technical theory. Donald Webb, Johnny Usrey, Mr. Roland, Steve French, Chris Gray, Ronnie Cline Chris Jones. Auto Mech.fAuto Paint 8: Body - 179 Auto Mechanics Back Row: Mr. Baker, David Jackson, Chris Russ, Ronnie Burks, Donnie Holand, Greg Pierce, Hector Roblesg Front Row: Eric Dixon, Kevin Woodley. Auto Mechanics is a course that provides the student with technical knowledge and skills nec- essary for andvancement in that occupation. Back Row: Mr. Baker, Chris Harris, Jeff Wilson, Todd Morgan, Vernon Brown, Leonard Moseley, Front Row: Mark Kline, Robert Jiminez, Jesse Luna, Terry Hill, David Bundrick. Auto Paint And Bod Bottom Row: Gary Brown, James Storyg 2nd Row: James Carson, Bobby Sharp, Billy Rios, Mr. Segura, Chris Youngblood, Donald Forbes. Front Row: Terry Williams, Harold Miller, Chuck Scroggins, Vernon Robinson, Antonio Saenz, 2nd Row: Mr. Segura, Michael Porter, Rusty Green, Keith Dickerson, Pauleen Worthington, Robert Usury, Kent Davis, Roy Smith, Back Row: Chase Adams, Nick Palacios, Loyd Helms, David Perez, Randy Helms, Keith Glendeming. Radio Michelle Anderson and Frederick Garrett. Joe Roach and Mr. Shumate. Radio and T.V. is a course that provides train- ing in the fundamentals and principles of maintenance and the service of television recievers and radios and many other electroni- cal devices. .rr 'fs . 31 'X 155 i 1 1 From left to right: Jerome Taylor, Anthony Davis, Randall Clark, Julian Maldonado, Mr. Shumate, Jason Smith, Mike Shows, Louis Melon, Harold E Prather, Earnest Williams. fl R CVAE ICT Front Row: David Jenkins, Rodney Walker, Dane Southerland, Bottom Row: Rick Moritz, Javier Zavala, Armando Sanchez Lemuel Alexander, Lewis Adamson, Rodney Sevier, Van Edward Coker, 2nd Row: Ronnie Moore, Willard Williams, Franks, Back Row: Alan Harris, Edward Davis, Junior Andy Sias, Ronnie Hill, 3rd Row: Richard Hill, Scott Southerland, Daryl White, Chris Morgan, Billy Slaughter, Settlemeyer, Steve Morris, Armando Sanchez, Eddie Coker, Michael Krnavek, Billy Sherman, Shawn Hobbs, Elias Lewis Enlow. Dimburo. Horticulture Horticulture provides the student with a basic understanding of the various areas of horticulture which prepares them for gainful employment. Bottom Row: Mrs. Endicott, Marty King, Greg Adams, Glenda Miller, Gracie Ortiz, Back Row: Katie Stern, Nathan Chapon, Nika Tamminga, Keith Eggleston, Rhonda Smith, Shawn January. From left to right: Arthur Perez, Sam Villarreal, Greg Adams, Joey Saenz, Mrs. Endicott, Donna Holt, Marty King, Norma Luebano. UU VEH Horticulture VEH Horticulture is a class that provides stu- dents with the knowledge of landscaping. This knowledge is put to work by various businesses in Waxahachie. From left to right: Cathy Elmer, Mr. Drueckhammer, Ruby King, Michelle Reynolds, Jimmy Jackson, Lisa Wiles. 182 - FHA - Future Homemakers Of America 5 Q , 'Nr x -fa i it, Bottom Row: Ami Ford-V.P., Kaylene Defoore-Secretary, Sherry Freeman-V.P., f Steele-V.P., Norma Luebano-President, Mevlene Montgomery-V.P., Raquel White, Melna McCutchen-Advisorg Second Row: Rachel Mendez, Elva Carrizales, Tammy Wilf Cloudy Lawson, Debbie Mortiz, Anthony Crawford, Keith Owens, Third Row: Yo Jackson, Sharon Hambric, Debbie Davis, Barbara Rodriquez, Terrance Burns, Sharon J son, Katrina Anderson, Maria Robles, Fourth Row: Cheryl Jefferson, Kristi James, ' McKenzie, Kim Whitehead, Valarie Pointer, Darlene Fisher, Sebastian Williams, Stern, Geralda Pereg Fifth Row: Lori FAllett, Angela Camp Ivey, Cassie Howard, C Clements, Tracy Latoski, Revah Rice, Byron Davis, Tina Ramirez, Gracie Ortiz, l Esparzag Sixth Row: Colette Wettling, Melinda Ayres, Robin Wells, Christy Baker, Be Cabiness, Kayla Johnson, Sheila Maxwell, Becky Giesicke, Lisa Lipsey, Tammy Rar an l .f e I ji. 1 Q ' A o 1, f- 4 W0 ' , w yr 3 .1 ' f iff' I. 'L viii: f - . H . qsnu- . . ...al Z! ff 1-. W , fi!! Vw' V4 ' , f ,.,,gff:LS"'w3" . . , . . . .Xgk,..i.'rfifT-.A K . ,ai 1. f ,- 1 , l,:- , we 1,4mi?'Qg. 1 vi l , w mx. my ag E 186 - Student Life "They are not really friends, they just want to he in the yearbook." "Some guys have all the fun." "They are not really friends, either. 'tl think Mr. Hancock has gone to sleep .J wiwsw K x r "What a nice day for a snack." Look at Johnna go! Student Life - 18 "School's Cool," says Jimmy. Outside classes have all the fun. '1 YW! mf -4: ,umm if -R-Q 190 Student Life Student Vs. Facult The most memorable game of the year was the Seniors vs Faculty match. The game was highlighted by some spectacular shots from Tony Erskine, Chris Clem, and basketball "hotshot", Randy Ford. Though the Seniors did well, the Faculty had a secret weapon of their own - "The Aggressive Aggie", Coach Jim Kazmierski, who was the team's leading scorer. In a second quarter tip-off between Rheanne Smith and Mr. George Solis, the Faculty took charge as Coach Sargeant hit the hoop for two. Then, in the third quarter, Coach Forgeson tackled Erskine, and the Seniors, led by Mason Corbin, ran on to the court and exacted their revenge. - K - prepared' Anthony Cantu Next year, Faculty, BEWARE! The Seniors of '86 will be Pretty-boy Price takes his shot. The Seniors took care of Coach Forgeson. The final score tells the story. The tip-off between Senior Faculty Wisitorsj over the Solis and Rheanne Smith. Seniors. ,I "'i "Aww, Man!" l'd rather be playing Scrabble. Six 5 Turn the camera around and then smile, Patricia. Mike has that confident look. St ent Life 191 rw K if i, rf' 'Ask . . , Ay J.: Nw , --.. , .. 4 3 . Q M A453 Q., 192 - Sports Maiden Mania! Look at that crowd. Your out! Oh, wrong sport. QQ Angie shoots for two -Qin? CQ S IND 194 - Varsity Volleyball Together e Strive WAX. SCORE Wax. 15 Wax. 15 Wax. 14 Wax. 14 Wax. 10 Wax. 15 Wax. 11 Wax. 13 Dist. only OPP. W. Mesquite Corsicana DeSoto Lancaster W. Mesquite Corsicana DeSoto Lancaster SCORE 10 11 16 16 10 6 15 15 Our Morning viewl Raquel White, Patricia Montgomery, Lean Montgomery, Coach Williams. Are you angry? Hard Hitter! I l, - , ., . M.. ,.,, .-. - Varsity Volleyball A Rocky Road Season Our season this year got off to a bumpy start. The moment we hit the court for the first time, it was like we had never played volleyball before. Everyth- ing seemed to be at our disadvantage, nothing was in our favor. As time passed we experienced everything it takes to be a winner. We experienced the agony of defeat and the excitement of a victory. The feeling of a victory seemed to be exciting to the team, and we began winning. So, our season wasn't so bumpy after all. -Raquel White- t Row: Patricia Montgomery, Sandra Jeffersong 2nd Row: Andrea Brown, Lean Montgomeryg Back Row: Raquel White, LaSonya on, Kay Becks. 196 - Varsity Volleyball The Price Of Excellence . Mental Toughness It is not a trite saying that a man who wonit be defeated, cannot be defeated. Unfortunately, most athletes say that they will not be defeated, but they are not willing to make the sacrifices to make their words come true. It takes more practice to acquire mental toughness. What is mental toughness? It is the ability to concentrate on every play of every game of every match. It is the ability to make the right play under the greatest pressure. It is the ability to put pressure on your opponent when you are behind. It is the ability to overcome insurmountable odds to win a victory. An athlete acquires mental toughness by concentrating on perfection of execution in practice over a longer period of time than he would be expected to perform during competition. If your opponent knows that you will not lose, he has admitted defeat before the competition begins and you can promptly relegate him to the sidelines. The sidelines are crowded with losers but there is always room on the court for a champion. THE CHAMPION MUST BE MENTALLY TOUGH 5 J.V. Volleyball- 197 ha punching the bag out l c'Getting Ready" Going For The V This year the J.V. Volleyball team has practiced numerous hours, getting ready to become part of the varsity team next year. The J.V. has exper- ienced the hard work and determination of what it takes to meet the qualifications of a varsity player. They have learned the basics and will be prepared for the "BIG VU next year. -Raquel White r I L T.. Bottom Row: Bobby Flowers, Tracey Vaughn, Valerie Pointerg 2nd ! Row: Raquel Harris, Tracy Flanigan, Monica Jefferson, Kim Kelly, Sharon Jefferson, Debbie Davis, Sharon Hambric, Dana Curry, Bernita Harris, Caren Reynolds, Dana Polk. 198 4 Tennis The Might Indian This year our Indians experienced a number of changes and hards that would have dampened the spirits of any other team. The uni school pep ralliesn rule damaged many schools' enthusiasm but remained intact. A serious car crash early in the year all but endec season for one of our senior Tribesmen, Thad Trapp. However, Indians tried that much harder, driven by their concern for 1 injured friend. Finally, three heart-breaking losses near the clo: the season ended any hopes of playoffs the Indians may have Even that could not scratch the undying pride and spirit that is always will be the Waxhachie Indians. Larry Bates drops back to pass. Rip 'em up, Indians. Indians knock out the opposition, Defend Their Home Nz ,E milf, M .Q n 1,984 T . 71340 Khin rlbe R800 0 effell ey rd Wjlnesville H8000 I2'7 En F' Jefnfw 28-13 W IHS Ogre 0-13 est M 2 gvrsicanesquige 41-Q8 L 6S0tO '9 20-151 Gllcastel, 057 7-28 27,28 23,0 Down! set: , , W . Ball Boy: Justin McLemore, Bottom Row: Darren Donalson, Gerald Flowers, Steven Cooks, Kieth Massey, Tracy Escobar, Allen Miller, Dean Splawng Second Row: Danny Ortiz, Larry Bates, Greg Centilli, James Williamson, Rodney Williams, Jimmy Ensinia, Derrick Dansby, Alan Grubbsg Third Row: Mike Cooper, Gerald Huson, Kenneth Parks, David Jenkins, Kris Lamb, Aaron Livingston, Jerry Shipp, David Chandler, Jerry Hopgoodg Fourth Row: Richard Donalson, Tony Erskin, Jeff Gardenhire, DeWayne Volentine, Farret Westman, Mason Corbin, David Hreha, Eric Hartis, Fifth Row: Vincent Sapolio, Kenny Heflin, Jeff Morgan, Chip Kelley, Matt Story, John Griffith, Craig Stewart, Mark Morgan, Sam Witteng Sixth Row: Steve Larry, Jeff Schaeffer, Joel Nash, Nick Hester, Kieth Owens, Andy Johnson, Cary Jay, Clint Calvert, Seventh Row: Thad Trapp, Timothy Roberts, Steve Lowe, Doug Pils, Jerry Esparza, Robby Odom, Eighth Row: Gary Nelson, Tracy Murphry, Jessica Gorman, Debbie Moritz, Christina Streich, Kim Moritz, Brian Lippeg Top Row: Jerry Orr, Jim Price, David Yowell, Jerry McLemore, Jim Kazmerski, Benji Arnold, Randall Forguson. 200 - Football I Runningbacks take time-out. - Allan gets psyched-up. Kaz takes charge. Go, Might Il- Football I Indians, Go Hopgood makes the tackle. "Your mouth is next, Janet." Esparza watches with concern. Freshman nd , -- - -,rf 3 , K - , Q1 1 " . X i , e . - 1 .. .. ' mt., . , . , . , we if . A- -Laffy ,. . , . , or ' A " . v -f x H ' ,preset i , 3' .K 1 we X ' , - I , , .. ..,. , 'F' S' . f ale f ii 'E rs- if-. i " ' . .. . . , . ,.., , i i ,. , , -. 5 ,V .N r 55 R ... . lisa'-Q1 it ,E . 'L 1 A ' ' , XL,b 11, 1 A X o 1 if , -, i, -We is , . -A v 1 , SV ,, , 2. sg, , , I I, g . 5 ' T r s f -r - Q. 4 Q? as , 5 fi' X ....n IS". .ina-I'ic. Q - f 1 - ' Bottom Row: Tres Atkins, Darren Stern, Steve Murphry, Joe Volentine, Joe Prcin, Phil Garvin, Kennneth Webb, Jeff Hughes, Steve Struggsg 2nd Row: Todd Fuller, Leighton Ainsley, Davis Horan, Perry Braxmier, Brent Wheatley, Russell Phillips, David Woodard, Jerry Hayes, Maurice Lacey, Jed Shook, 3rd Row: J.J. Scott, Melvin Smith, Byron Davis, Darren Edwards, Henry Ivory, Taras Henderson, Sebastian Williams, Jose Garcia, Sammy Camacho, 4th Row: Mike McCullough, Clyde Melick, Hayes Atkins, Alfonso Hawkins, Kenneth Seabolt, Garfield Harrison, Randy Washington, Sammy Edwards, Clint Huskinsg 5th Row: Derrick Townley, Willie Taylor, David Padgett, John Powell, Heath Gardner, Troy Thompson, Kenneth Woodward, Josh Kellum Top Row: Coach Billy Bentz, Coach Steve Westmoreland, Coach Charlie Carmichael, Coach Bill Midkiff, J The ,fresiainan team ,had a very good year, and with the freshmen' moving to tlieiflryf, ,arid varsity level next year would definately improve both teamsifi r g , g W V Football l . . I' 1 9 H1 9 I1 l , , ,, , --11 .. s , I .-t i if?ff'L'5'53! I Tips . 1.31 " ' af f-F'ifKf V if' MKRS. Q i. ffl., J 'Q "'- ., , ' r . i ' 1 .K ,,--if Q. , ff 11- , , M , 'a A , ' V. , if , L. A uf' 1 ,, K J ,K K -i A , I ,, is 1' , , A .4 v ,gas . QW v , ' -. H C ,eh i ,:,- - 'S ,Sl A , 'il ,, ' - - ' , ' F Q, 4 v ' Ab . . S . el J ' Q :f- R . , . y 4 I .- w S ' . W Q4 A Q mf, . A ,' , - . M ' f 1, e f .. 1 S - A -.5 - . i 7 i 'M , . -of 7543" fl T In - Q xv X ,,-is rs: ' ' - f 4,3 , Q. 1 L 1 5, " C35 if t r ,ii 2" if ' F fir A f h . ,S t , f Y sf S AU, ix HW . f '- W i e ' C' . J . f r lf L I 1- , I : 4 I J A . V V , Qakgqgwfs VN" 5 I it j,,.,., ,r ii f z K fini S - , bu qi , C , ,,,, ' I , . 1 e ,-,, -V-, ....1n....' A , -5 J 1 it i 1 any W 4 V 2 ,- 4. , ... 15,-gs., H ' , ' Q , gg ,L-.35 "M P fl't'f' wwggvilw :Ib J Ffa- 'A -1 41 7 :-ff' gg, in Q.-Q in Kline.-ii m... -I ,sf sign ifiv gf .Q Bottom Row: Jimmy Ensinia, Mike Rich, Jimmy Villarreal, Clay Schoolfield, Kirk Davis, Jason Walker, Byron Davidson, Chris Kelley, Scott Rogersg 2nd Row: Marcus Clem, Gary Dollar, John Rutherford, Steven Mott, Mickey Owens, Mark Hester, Rob Machovsky, Paul Gilson, Rodney Duling 3rd Row: Chris Marrs, Todd Campa, Daniel Solis, Y.K. Light, Terry Smith, Patrick Felty, Brad Norris, Darryl White, Jason Englishg 4th Row: David Schwartz, Travis Street, Darren Tapp, Jackie Whitt, John Majors, Chet Lewis, Demetrius Dansby, Carey Crane, Greg Praterg Top Row: Coach Billy Bentz, Coach Steve Westmoreland, Coach Charlie Carmichael, Coach Bill Midkiff. There are a lot of signs in the field house. This sign mean lot to a group of young men, and that group is the Junior Varsity team. The J.V. team didn't have a good season this year. The reason for this is that some of the players were moved up to the Varsity level. This move of players was mainly to improve the Varsity team, and of course it did. Steven Mott works while everyone else has gone home. J.V. linemen work hard on learning their plays. Ml .. 4. S 8 204 - Sports Ennis W. Mesquite Corsicana DeSoto Lancaster Ennis W. Mesquite DeSoto Lancaster Corsicana 118, 1111 1115 1118 1122 1125 1129 26 125 2112 1- 49 M 'fx oo U' Q rn CY 2. Si ID rs IJ' cn CL C ..- cu Sirrirri 1-'E Running Indian 69-68 63-84 51-70 64-55 62-63 61-63 70-67 74-66 77-73 52-69 For the Running Indians this year was one of our most exciting yet. Finishing the season with a 5 win-5 loss District record, the Indians missed a playoff chance by just a few goals in the last game. Had they beaten Corsicana in this season finale, the Indians would have been locked in a three-way tie to be broken by a single coin toss fwe all know about season-ender coin tosses from the '83- 84 football seasonj. All was not lost, however. This season showed that with the guidance of Coach Nichols and the skill of eleven remaining ju- niors, this team will be ready for anything next year. Front Row: Steven? Cooks, Gerald Flowers, Maurice Alexander, Steve Butler, Reginald Davisg Back Row: Randy Ford, Ricky Smith, Daryl Overton, David Jenkins, Marcus Finley, Keith Owens, Greg Centilli, Casey Hughes. 'viii f 2 zfmw-1 My ,, ,YL, if , .se -,4 ffafyf. K, ' A mf gf f - 2,13 ,Lg n,, 206 - FreshmenfJV Basketball The Strive Freshmen Team: Bottom Row: Kyle Cox, Henry Ivory, Darrin Stern, Chance Blythe, Kurt Spitzer, Top Row: Phil Garvin, Joe Volentine, Byron David, Jose Garcia, Melvin Smith, Garfield Harrison. Coach Nickols gives the JV a few pointers. The title they all strive for. l "N arf' is JV Team: Bottom Row: Rickie Burnal, Casey Hughes, Greg McKeiverq Top Row: Joe Coach Bentz watches the practice. Volentine, Billy Slaughter, Scott Rogers, Andrew Reynolds. Basketball - " 1' Excellence Ford puts the ball up. YQ xy X 4, 4 X. G 'A L ,. ? , S- 1. X, , if :gi '- H X K., Z' Kathy Woodard shoots during practice. ,tom Row: Wannessa Bradleyg Top Row: Coach Jim Price, D.T. Garcia, Kelly Spears, Anita Jordan, Tracy McKenzie, Raquel Harris ta McGowan, Sandra Williams-Manager. 208 - Varsity Basketball The Lacked In ins But ot In Spirit Angie Almand shoots for two. All hands go for the rebound. X The Girls Varsity Basketball team lacked in wins but not in teamwork and spirit. Although they only won one game they never gave up and played each game with their fullest ability The girls J.V. and Varsity teams would like to thank two very special people, Rheanne Smith and Sandra Duke, for helping them throughout the year. Basketball Rheanne Smith-M.V.P. and Team Captain. Rheanne Smith breaks away from Liz Shelley and DeSoto's Lisa Christopher. Kelly Spears-Most Improved Player. W ff" ' n v ' f lilf .,,2, C y s Bottom Row: Rhearme Smithg Top Kim Ford, Stacy Phillips Mgr. Row: Coach Jim Price. Stephanie Sullins. Liz Shelley, Dana Curry, Caren Clark, Angie Almand zz xx N . Q Q Q, . ..:,, i1 E B L 3 A e. F? 5 Y N?aQQ"-if Waxa. 3 1 Waxa. 10 Waxa. 2 Waxa. 3 Waxa. 8 Waxa. 14 Waxa. 2 Waxa. 6 , Waxa. 10 Waxa. 14 Waxa. 7 Waxa. 11 Waxa. 4 Waxa. 2 Waxa. 11 Waxa. 7 ' Waxa. 2 Waxa. 3 Waxa. 14 Waxa. 3 Waxa. 10 Waxa. 1 L Waxa. 10 l J Burlson Cedar Hill Allen Mansfield Fort Worth North Side Dallas Kimball Lewisville Fort Worth Western Hills North Dallas Waco Richfield Ennis Allen Allen West Mesquite Corsicana South Grand Prairie DeSoto Lancaster Ennis West Mesquite Corsicana DeSoto Lancaster Anthon Y What a neat trick David. Baseball - 211 The team takes a rest before the game. o tv .I I 4 JL' . an -'a ' Mmm lun vnu Ml? A A me -Wwllaisw liifw 'E' A in W 1 w S W K W mg H Nfl' ' ll W 'faire ilii 1 Q Jr 'l gl from i If , if X 4 if N I A m ,M fi Vi 1 f' XS wwf' fi WW' W 5 l Bottom Row: David Schwartz, Alan Daughtry, Vhad 'l'he-dford, Stephen Moll, David Woodward, Ke-ith Eggleston. Todd Tampa: Top Row: Coach Forgnson, .lohn Rutherford. Rodney Dulin, Gary Dollar, Chris Marrs, Daniel Solis, Paul Gonzales, Hickv Bernal. Clary Dollar dives lor the haue. 'Fudd keeps the hooks. Ricky gets down low to catch the hall. 214 - Tennis Tenni , An one? Front Row Belmda Cabmess Stephen Smlth Glennette Falam Chrls Kauffman Angle Havard Angela Kelley Back Row Eddle Nunn Josh Kellam Mark Howell John Farms Gary Nelson Clyde Melrck Jon Reese Coach Cynthla Wlllrams Not Plctured Tom Youngblood R1Cky Solrs Mrckey Clark and Charla Carlat l ' y v v v v v ' 1 1 v r 1 1 1 ' ' - 9 : v 4 Glennette Falani keeping her eye on the ball. wwwefw 5' Q16 216 f Golf Golfers Go For GTD rabwss iw af, We f T T o 'iffiliil VQ T ' or ' " ' ' 5 e BOf?iiifX1.R0W1jSC0tf Plfafisantsg-Clint 'Fikesgvgliiflike Jones, CoryiSix, Chance Blytheg Top S Kevin Sixgi No John, you didn't hit it over the green. Fore! Make Way For The WHS Golf Team The golf team finished the 84-85 season fifth in the Regional Tournament held at NTSU. John Kvale led the team with a two day total of 159. For his effort this year, Kvale was named the outstanding golfer of the W.H,S. Indian golf team. Other leading golfers were Kevin Six, Von Pigg, Scott Pleasants, Clint Fikes, and Cory Six. The team finished strong at several tournaments this year. They finished first at Keller and Grandbury, and had second plac rounds at Waxahachie and the District Tournament held at Country Gold. Even though golf doesn't get the recognition it deserves, we are proud of our team and its great showing this year. ww 218 - Girls Track Running track is a sport that requires dedication. After practice some of the girls can be seen running around the track. With dedication like that, it is a wonder why the team isn't state champions. The girls that are in the field events are equally determined to go the distance. Bottom Row: Raquel Whiteg 2nd Row: Coach Westmoreland, Yolanda Woods, Angela Taylor, Kim Whitehead, Marlene Thompsong 3rd Row: Bobbie Flowers, LaJuan Whitfield, Stephanie Flemming, Sandra Williams, Tracy Flannigang 4th Row: O.T. Garza, Kelly Mcrae Mindy Combest, Krista Tupacz, Sandie Harringtong 5th Row: Anita Jordan, Tracy Murphree, Rheanne Smith, Christina Streich, Karen Beatty. l February March March March March April April April April April May May Scoreboard 22 2 9 22 30 4 5 12 20 27 3- 4 10-11 Triangular Meet Panther Relays Ft. Worth Girls' Invit. Indian Maiden Relays North-Tex Relays Triangular Meet Wildcat Relays Ft. Worth Invit. District Meet Regional Meet Reional Meet State Meet Go For The Gold This is someone everybody can look up David strives for the gold. Feb. 21 Feb. 26 March 2 March 9 March 23 March 30 April 6 April 13 April 20 May 3-4 May 10-11 Triangular fEnnis, Lancj Dual fGrand Prairiej Texoma Relays Tiger Relays Adamson Relays DeSoto Invitational Hornet Relays "BIG GREEN" Relays District IOAAAA Meet Region II Meet State Meet Indian Schedule Steven tries his best in the 300 meter intermediate hurdles. Track - 221 A 'irre I ' " ' ' .:,...Q.5-'eva I F I A., jf? 4 . 5 . fe. te,' EE if - rrf. ef'i ,-'-L ' if I 5-li 1.E.fiQ gQf 1 f M'., .H , , ' 3 c liff 3 inf . , .swf-,A . I 'f3"552i f" g-37121: ' ' - 1 . f-7126219 '-N 'f -:wisp V, ' .. - .. ,,,,, -YY -, - WH" f ' "+ : Qff V M i' ' ' -FZ: . ' 511' -5 I " ir.- , ' ma 8- am K Y If I I W .rw X :' fk , 6 5: p. 6 A., R! fi' F" if 'W 1 James breaks his record again this year. 222 - Year In Sports Mark Howell placed third in District Tennis The Yea Varsity Basketball tied for second in the Zone. Indian Athleticsg Committed to Excellence. Varsity Baseball tied for second in the District. In port Year In Sports - 223 The Golf team placed fifth in the Region. John Kvale was named WHS's Larry Bates was honored as Waxahachiets Best All-Around Athlete. Outstanding Golfer- '7mQwf" QM-I , ll'Q. iff ,! E ' Q' as I 1:' Y , Indians, we,re proud of you. ir 'Qi I 1 QLQLQQ 324 - Student Life ' - IAQQIFOW ' What? no g"'?f'53 , f::: ,M . ,g, W W K ,,kL t Y W ,. 4 F5152 H M ,pg palm: 3 fi A ' Mill ii 5 'fffi if f as 1 , ' w i . .. A fNmmymwmW0qZM,mW,,v,,,A.vW,... ,.,.,,, N L, -ffhabawiuwpwmwmwaqmsm -fy L' V. MVN: , VVWMMZ- BZ'1'3LZ'ii5E555Y5 v,,. h,,,,,wM..M,,,, ,Ah. .W NNNh,, ,, f , , . M zifw fm vf Q:?w:z:: 22 ,W 'Mm-HM Y Wm dwgw 1-www pg. gpgggemsf ,MVWM V fffjfmZx,,,ffm-ff-v3 ?4'?fw! Mfz" ff f ggg3Q1 Mgmm :ii K Student I le 771 r,,w 5 X L ,Lm. .. . fr Are these really football e-players? Many different personalities can be found at school,y5but that is what makes people unique. Some stuclentse actually use the library to study, while others goof off there and everywhere else. Oth- ers pay tribute tothe past year of they just sit aroundand lettthe year pass by. These diverse personalities make up the complex World of the STUDENT. s ,QA M No Larry, that isn't a computer, it is a microiishl I look so pretty today! Brooke Shields look out! 226 - Student Life 3 S sure turning gray early nw 1'-M -' Wm:-Q Q- K ' 4 ,QW x ,QAM STUDENT LIFE - 228 WH u Dances The WHS dances are some of the best memories of high school years. Sometimes they can be B 311 Chip likes to slow dance Student Life Hairstyles come and go, but one style that seems to have been around forever is the Bob. There are many dlfferent k1nds of Bobs Stralght Bobs orlglnal CHD 230 - Student Life Mark takes a break after listening to Mr. Cain. This is what we learn in Chemistry. We know we're cute! Student Life - 231 Where's the bacon? Mrs. Adams, is it really that funny! A fine example of our artistic students. 232 f Student Life Smile fm' the bridie Y I 5ll ICICIH Life -- 2 Who is that in front of me? 'Nm .3 1 5 , f 5' K .Ip 1 if s XX v .33-4 1 5 ' I vi fix The lovely Robin. X Honors Co-queen. Four years of high school maybe, but . . , Here comes Mr. Cain, act like your working. , -gi in, ,inf-li'-ff:-12, ,J Y' jaw " N 1532? ' .bx --'EQQVNSQV f ff?-s3!f'? '55i5?'!e2ff - ? 4 Ja wwfg -135' A ? : ,' x " T?- f' f- WJ ' E YNY? 'f""F" if E33-1l5?.3l2Ji?,1 Q 1 f 5 5? i' 'L".".Ii:Qr!!:u111 'xx - ?i 4: ww Mun QM. . H , 'f f-fn ' ii Q FRI". Vfilg l: 4 l H7 :ff J' - - 1 - -1 :- 4 . , - ,fl I li-. , . -LW ., : I 3 ,-:f ' -fl! -'L 9 IAE 'Jef' x ' Q 5--f:"""'g f 1 gin 9,31 .N , N. ., ,S an Nw ' -Q Wits: 1 A, f adv .x Q .,A ' -23 -23:52 I 1 Q iftl 4, ,gn , w z gin ,, 9. my, A fx gh .W f Y ff ,A ff' 5762 AZN 4 ,,,.,,, , ,Q Q11 ' 5, If .ggi mg ,ami 25' ' W, " '73"'E ' ff M J ' -- 40.043512 K ffl 2, QV X ,ke 7, A 4 ff fiffff ,,,,.,..--" f 3? 236 - Homecoming Doubling The Homecormng Bringing Home The , Excitement Homecoming becomes more exciting every year. There are Homecoming Queen nominees to elect and vote for, parades to attend, decorating the class halls, dancing at the annual Student Council Homecoming dance, and watching or participating in the Homecom- ing football games. When the time finally arrived at W.H.S., excitement was at its best. Two girls tied for I Homecoming Queen, the first year ever! The Senior Class won first place in the hall decorating contest, and the Varsity football team took victory against Ennis at Homecoming. The Student Council Homecoming dance made a great turnout along with their annual parade. The 85-85 Homecoming was exciting and filled every high school students mind with what Homecoming is really about. Diane McBride escorted by Stephen Smith and Sonja Schoonover won Cherokee Charmer of the Year. Seniors take the prize for Homecoming spirit Tiffany and Leann, nervous? Beat Ennis!!! Excitement In C847 Homecoming - 2 1 '5 Leading on the parade. ,, 5 f , Hey kid. want some candy? Double Homecoming Queens! Where are the marshallows7 ,, ,.. NE: ' Bull, ,Ire Now girls, no shoving 238 - Homecoming Two Queens . . . Jana and Leanne are escorted off the field by Mr. Martin. Clockwise from top left corner: Glenda Boswell, Andrea Brown, Misti Winn, Jana Chapman, Kayla Adlof, Leanne Travis Tiffany Mounce, Sandra Duke. ' National Honor Society - 239 t's An Honor iew members: Bottom Row: Mrs. Aday, Leigh Lothridge, Dawn McMullan, Jennifer rown, Taffy Bell, Susan Henley, Karen Currie, Chrisanna Simpson, Mrs. Davis, 2nd pw: Charlene McCullar, Clint Calvert, Greg McKeever, Michael Bell, Eddie Nunn, ewayne Volentine, Erick Beck, 3rd Row: Susan Willis, Katherine Dishman, Debbie loore, Ricky Smith, Jennifer Lobb, Charlie Barron, Elayne Bradford, Top Row: parles Moody, Christina Streich, Angie Condor, Ronda Appleton, Julie Robertson, lelodie Black, Lani Koonce. ..-...n.a 6 I. ational Honor Society 2 2 Old members: Bottom Row: Mrs. Davis, Mike White, Misti Winn, Kayla Adlof, Damon Borders, Mrs. Aday, 2nd Row: Andrea Grygar, Glenda Bos- well, Lea Crossley, Jamie Winningham, Patricia West, Carrie Morris, Rheanne Smith, Ami Defoore, Wanda Wilkie, 3rd Row: Lynda Solis, Kristin Childress, Jana Chapman, Melinda Morrison, Amy Brown, John Kvale, Mathew Denney, Sarah Kennedy, 4th Row: Heather Watson, Barbara Moyers, Kristina Young, Leanne Travis, Larry Bates, Jeff Gardenhire, Ke- vin Six, Mimi Brown, 5th Row: Robin Everett, Steve Robertson, Steve Smith, Mark Morgan, Jerry Hopgood, Doug Pils, Jose Barragin,, Top Row: Tracy Bumpass, Wendy Whitehead, Judi McCullough, Randy Sargent, Von Pigg, Ricky Finley, Richard Turnure, Jon Reese. Superlatives -we fi, i -Best Dressed W r Biggest'F1irts In ' Randy 'Ford Damon Borders W Tiffany 'Mounce ,.:...iv, : Am Cutest . Chris Clem A Carla Winningham Charles Moody -7- l ' 5. 1 ll Jamie Winningham 'K 1 11ff'v55Q"'+:"itil V e, C l' i li is 1"r ' ' - -1 fn- . Img K A Amwl - i gg , 75 - -e i ff 1 QM QSKS Q A , X I 5 - . , f i ' -f E w1 sig? is A Q i . , ,r, .:,: f.. , 1 tg ,ei ssl if , gl if :f . ,. 3 4 xi 4 A . w S X S bi .. uw ,, sehr ssar bfzlu 0 N i i-af.sM H , ' X Q ,MQTR riendliest f A Taffy Belll A A Most Athletic A Most Bashful Gerald Hudson Rheanne Smith Larry George - Judi McCullough -- . is z Most Likely To ,Larry Bates f Most Casey Hughes - williams l Kayla Adlof I 1 i Most SchoO1 Spirit Chris Green Rheanne Smith W ,el Superlatives Most Courteous David Allen Charlene McCullar Most Scholastic 1 Randy Sargent Misti Winn V , . Zaniest I Milie White S A , ' Heather Devron Desirable ' Want to go out? . . Thad Trapp - Kayla Atflhf Superlatives The Ideal Senior Would Have . 1 The Body Of . . . Q - The Eyes Of . . . luis Clem Leanne Travis Kenny Sigler Misti Winn ff, The Hair Of . . . The Legs Of . . . lteve Robertson Jana Chapman Lana Granberry Damon Borders are assigns? . The Manners Of . . . The Smi1eiOf . . . David Allen' Glenda Boswell Nick Hester Tiffany Mounce 244 - Honors U Beauties And S e n i 0 1' S Jeff Gardenhire Misti Winn J ll I1 i O I' S Clint Calvert Chrisanna Simpson Honor 245 XJ Handsomes Rob Machovsky S 0 P h 0 m 1' C S Elva Carrizales Elias Dimberu F I' 9 5 7 h II1 3. I1 Angela Kelley X-f 946 Sr. Honor Students Twill alatendethe United.States Miliiary Academyat West Point. I glen to major W f in L political, science or economies. flim ,gg1o3l,epro11d,of being selected as Best ,Allg5A1f0l11flCl 'Athlete and? servingll- as Qreeideniii of the Fellowshipeof Chris- itiiatikthletes. , L K, , . . i i G, TL31SryEB3fe3f MARCO BONETTI After graduating gfromg Waxahachie fiiiiu my fiveyeali highgschool in Rome, L from which I will graduate iagainiin 1, Then, lqwill attend? either an itala I Q, ian-'or 'ahiianierlcaii collegeg depending e 8lS3lQ7f2Dkl186JiiI woulclglove,-to ate leasig filspendcsome gnqreouxinle in :he:AUffS. Y ,. ,N ei i -Magee Bonettxf i ,, ii ,gym is Sr. Honor Student a wKAYLA1ADI9QF o I will attenclKBaylor University in the fall.,There lhope to major in either .law oi sports ,medicine or someday malge 3, lot of moneyflfmamost proud of being Co-Captain of ,themyarsiigy cheerleadere and senior class p1'esidei1t.f 'f M " 4 -KaylafAdlofa, i RANDY SARGENTi 'High School,-I willspemlmy nexigyeari 'Q ' ' . - i , . A L ifl'rh going to attend Massachueecte Q vstitute of Technology in the fall. Imay " 'A g majog ig Gomputei' Science or Electrk 5 ical Engineeringj Iiam most proudxofc if oh gheiamioxintfzofimoney thatll will be: 'el' being tlfie edigofiofithe school anewsoafea ei N, 'per' , . A V A i ce ce f ie e -Rw1Y5argeet6g I will attend Texas ilTeeh"fUi1iversi1 and major id, Architectuie. ll Hamimo proud ofi receiving the Lluizstandir Diaftsmani Award' for fthe Dasig, cv years asnclibeing on the golf tgeam thi went to the regional playoffs this yea 'if ' f, xi " ,g Q, If JoN ill plariito attend Rice University whe 1I'llV probably majozuiri, Cqmputfer S4 5 efence.-I am most proud of not ever cm: 1inglFerris. at 11:0Q,on',a Fridayfnight ai got' winning state1inithe'TCEA col puleg preblienhsolviiig 1 competition. ic ii 1 1 ,r ,Jon Rees In Trouble Again. STEPHEN SMITH My immediate plans for the future in- clude attending Austin College in Sher- man where I will major in political sci- ence in pursuit of law school. As a stu- dent at Waxahachie high School I am most proud of having the opportunity to represent the school both acamdemi- cally and athletically. -Stephen T. Smith- MIKE WHITE I am going to attend S.M.U. where I plan to major in business law. I also have plans to attend the S.M.U. law school and later specialize in security exchange law. -Mike White- MISTI WINN I plan to attend Baylor University and become and attorney, I am proud of be- ing Co-Captain of the varsity cheer- leading squad, but most of all, Fm proud of being a member of the Class of '85 ' -Misa Winn- Sr. Honor Students 941 RICHARD TURN URE I plan to attend UT at Austin in the fall where I want to major in pre-law. I'm most proud of being named a National Merit Finalist. -Richard Turnure- sta A Sr. Honor Students go over the edge again! Ns rgwrt,-. I - 5 . K-is . . 3 , ' :Ng X i 1 1 4 l tt ' The , rs, X-we I A Mk sv. . t 'f-ii ., If . 5 .W l vw X I 5' I ibeisrwf' , K ,.f. . ,.... gsm K 44 fs e I as t to IWH Chrxs Clem Mr WHS IS currently the mascot at Waxahachle Hlgh bchool He moved to Waxahachne hrs Junlor year and played football and was a member of the Qpamsh Club Well what can I say I m eighteen years old 5 10 and 180 pounds My hobbles are sxngmg hunting flshlng bodybulldmg and glrls I plan on attendlng college at Belmont m Nashvrlle After graduatmg I plan to become a professional smger nn the fnelds of contemporary Chrlstxan muslc I m very pleased that the students of WHS have chosen me as thls year s Mr WHS for this IS a great honor Thanks a mllllonl Chns Clem W. e A055 '19 I an .Q., f G fs: f MISS W Kayla Diane Adlof, Miss. WHS, is currently Co-Captain of the Varsity Cheer- leaders. She has been a cheerleader for three years and she has also been class favorite for three years. Kayla was President of her class both her Junior and Senior years. She received the Citizenship Award and is Secretary of the National Honor Society. She was also chosen as a Senior Honor Student. Kayla is very proud to have been chosen as Miss. WHS. I' E is S Z f fx "Renee, Vou look beautiful!" XX hatcha lookin' at Chrisanna? Prom g 2 Mother of' the Junior class. "Tracy, let's dance." 'ANol" Her dress looked like whose? l "Where's my date?" Matthew, they're watching you! 5 x x Graduation Q 'M 'LM Wm ' ,....... .... A gi x, ..: " ""- fx sy M V... . . ........ A ....,., , ,. 52:2 5 .,,, J W 2, I ,E , ' ,ia gl A N ' 1 ' Ia? 15752 :Age 51255 K f 5 ,U 126 242 3, , xr 511 if W. 5 x X Q --f- ---- 5 I .AEA gg 5 1 Q A gg E ie :X gig S Q ,Aga X 45 Q 52 Q an E53 J 3 51 ff' J 5 3 2 , ij' E 95' IRES gy m' "Qian "' 'N ' 9, '55 Z H Q V0 ip. 5 ,...A . , , ,A eam wis ,arf .... iz, ., .. .::w::-:we Randy Sargeant was named Valedictoriau. Larry Bates was named Salutatorian. The lone senior. Mother DeVore looks beautiful! It has been said that one's life passes before Ends eyes just before death. This is also true just efore the graduate receives his diploma. On May 24, 1985, the Class of '85 shared the ears of the future, tears for the past, and kleenex or the present. As the memories soared from per- on to person, from year to year, each graduate emembered their first day of school and tried to eal with their memory of the last day. We gathered together at the end of the hall and ang our Alma Mater for the last time. As we alked away from twelve years of friendship, the nderclassmen, our friends watched us go from he past to the future with a tear in their eye. Even hough we've gone, our voices will still echo hrough the halls, and our memory will linger in HS forever. "Memories, may be beautiful and yet, What,s too painful to remember We simply choose to forget. So it's the laughter we'll remember, Whenever we remember .... The Way We Weref' As the class of 1985 goes forth to greet the world, ve will remember forever, The Way We Were! . 'Wx xl-X V l Q .eq ek :rf i' Ja l l v ,:w.y.gX5'9'X:i'm' -el lj flaws--+ 'U .xycxfxv-" Ns X 254 - Graduation Greets New Wait for usl Party Animals? 6 Kevin, I love your ponytail! Could these be Bradford grads? Horizon x Well .... lt's OVER! f' Z'-5 Graduation - 255 g? f? Look Mom, lt's mel Good-bye old friend. CYWQ YXXGXA XN Www 'S ' 256 - Advertisements S if 3 S Q E r- A , ,, Km' ' 'fig fQQ'Z"4fff- .fi 32114. 1.32.5 M ., I 4, il L. W' -'Wi'-iw , 22 A Hard Team To Beat 9FaQtast1'c Saul? the Orlgnnal Famlly Halrcutters And WAXAHACHIE INDIANS Kroger Plaza 7 7 Nb Z 9 'L W il 51 Z ll ' asa- .ws ms Wing" 431571 -1 im ' SQA? 55. ff9'C?"2swx ' www wwf 8 fi -Q xx j gr, M3 Ferris Avenue Wnxuhuchlc. Texas 75165 937-5945 Dallas - 223-6343 Congratulations Seniors From NAPA AUTO PARTS SL POOL Makeit 937-3010 DAISY'S BAKE SHOP 1150 S. 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"323.c. , All Types Small Englne I 6 L Aura -ktmlk Repair 401 Cantrell sneer 0 Phone 214x937-7122 Waxahachie, Texas 75165 Briggs 8: Stratton-Lawn Boy-Lauson-Tecumseh ELECTRICAL Q ALTERNATORS Q STARTERS "We Service What We Sell" PHILLIP LUCKIE 2141937-6165 5,-A IO. ', sm . . l ' JOHN CHBUCKWALTER PLANT CONTROLLER AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MANAGER 1510 W. Main Waxahachie Texas FOSTER-FORBES GLASS olvnslon ' P o Box e77,zNr:ns'rATz as E 7 5 1 WAXAHACHIE,TX 75:65 C2l4l937'3430 D.R. GEORGE Bus. 937-2701 We Are Building The Future Together -ff' 3331?- , gg- I' f, . ' ,ww 1 ,ggi ,2-riff Eitxgxfx ef. ag If Time moves forward, nd it ear- ries us all along with it. And th best Way to face tomorrow is with a friend you can depend on. 7" N.-'TW-u WJ 'M'l+55f" wwlffwfxlf ""'W'YYlQl'Zl'PWf'ET' 'l ".'2"Tl"""lV" 1 'wifi 'L WJ - Quwffxsiff' f . ,ff::,,'ag1N-251-, aww: - . f - '- .1 v, W' X -M.-M Hr: LM- llywagdm.-vi",E5'W1ii+. 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Affiliate" Owned 8z Operated By The Roberts Family 106 Jackson St. Waxahachie, TX. 214!937-2890 ,- ,wif mQ 'ff 5 RESPIRATORY THERAPY AND PATIENT AID EQUIPMENT RENTALS-SALES-SERVICE MEDICAL RENTAL SERVICE 1400 W. JEFFERSON WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS 75165 937-6350 fl l Mg MIZELL TYPEWRITER 8 OFFICE SUPPLY 108 Dallas Highway Olivetti Rubber Stamps IBM Business Cards Office Furniture Copies Made Computer Ribbon 8: Paper Garry D. Mizell 12141 937-7835 RILLA'S GIFT SHOP Lenox China and Temperware Crystal Gorham China and Stainless Crystal Mikosa and Noritake Franciscan-Pfaltzgraff Bridal Registry-Free Gift Wray X 1 'r 7 I O u .fi Anstatea A "" 'E Ere? H All DHNA R E 105 Jefferson 937-2420 East Side Of Square Waxahachie, Texas 75165 214-937-9575 AL BRATCHER Agent Sears, Roebuck and Co. Building 158 Northgate Center, Waxahachie, TX 75165 Bus. 937-7010 ' Res. 937-4480 530512999 Cpnmtimg Since 1899 . . . Your 0FFICE SUPPLY Store 108 North Rogers I 937-1531 W'axahaehle TRINITY COWARD PHARMACY PAINT 209 211 W Franklln 100 W Mam 937 1711 Waxahachle Texas 937 4710 ones Blau' 4 t, Cheeves Brothers BUSY BODY S TANNINC DEPARTMENT SALON STORE Featurlng The Wolff System 101 S th Colleg S 10 Place Wa ahach T as 120 Ama da La e 75165 937 1980 937 5090 Dallas-223-4242 is-Chalmer D a er Duncan and Goff' Pmms FARMS BROOKSIDE ROAD CERAMICS SUPPLY Grecn M orc, F' Mg Cvfrs ':iI.E:k DOROTHY YWLRRAX f fx 3 'fl '. 301 S. C Ilege ' 4 93'-' .' " " ' ' ,"cx':'F T Wa ah h'e Te 75165 BROOKSIDE ROAD 937-5283 CERAMICS CURT'S LUMBER CO. 410 South Rodgers Waxahachie, Texas 75165 "Your Hometown Lumber Yard" Phone: 937-6444 THE HAIR HOUSE KLBOUTIQUE Y Q W213t'312,2's, exits HAIR HOUSE If" XJ JOHNSTON DEVELOPMENT 106 Amanda Lane 937-3100 Waxahachie, Texas 75165 LYNN LASSWELL HARDAWAY'S CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 105 S. College 937- 10 Supported 38 fx J la-Q' Indians ' if A t l 'ff 7" NORTHGATE llnln DlESlGN In 83-84 , Professional Hairsiyling All HR S B R James Hardaway Howard Rd. 937-5924 Waxahachie, TX. WOM Fern pi O ser st 937-0212 Doyc aonn Ml A .2,. Q .1 5 ,,.-r"'f I, I ' . wxqkx f n We . Ill' . 1 +- ' dy P.O.E3ox 605. 4233 College Street Waxahachle, Texas 75165 'M G IC tractors lor Deslgn. Englneerlng and constructlon ol -Gra St g nd Drylng Systems, F d lVl ll and Feed Nllll lvlodernlzatlon. Seed Cleanlng Plants. Te I d Elevator Sy tems Phone - 2141937-1652 Dallas 2110826-5365 Metro - 299-5673 DICK CURRY SONY APPLIANCE oAvlo Husreo 'And' CURRY'S CAR WASH ,a,,,,,-, 102 Dallas Hwy 937 3770 E if Jfizva fa? H SALES . SERVICE C210 937-4510 408 WATER ST wAxAHAcHue TX 75165 01135527558 1309 W Marvm Waxahaclue Texas 'ff SHARP D0l.LAR 8 ROGERS CONS'l'RUCTl0N C0 Waxahachle Texas Phone 9371140 I DOLLARSQ ROGERS h ' ' ' E.. LH. D 'g 912 mf' RANEY FURNITURE, CARPETS, SHANK INSURANCE AGENCY Complvle Insurance Service W- Ma-in North Side Of Square 937-1991 I Howard And Dorothy Raney JAMES S. SHANK 1 - F ' 'O 9 I 1 X-ff-'xi fr 3 WAXAHACHIE f 1 Q 1 1' me S A u--W ee o-99 .V V i g-g2z21'a2qm-1-1,-E,-f- i s -w9iMT'T' 1 CENTER 1 gnupg? Jill!!! o r 9 9 1826 W Main Ml! f' - 5 A9 '- Y' -f 'pw'-pwM'f4'M'zf X V ?-1,5 X' I VZ 'Q-1 ' , il an Ili' 4 192.551 ' iff ' 'S 9 un ' 353335 - 9 9,9 9 999 1... gg 511219, 9 Q .9 if- Giant Video Screen ,, 9 9. Wlth All Current Tapes 9 ' 'V f . . w,.' E 9999 99 9 Self Servo Gasoline P CH1'1'l'laI1 BLU1-:BELL X Oil 8: L P Gas, Inc Ivwmm PO Box 158 0m""m""'d 101 Waco Highway CUNY 503 F Waxahachle TX 937 2901 2 14j937 195 1 ICE' "W" ll I Ferris Avo XNB Q' QISKQNS 45 Congratulates E Y W ahah T 65 Semors W h 214 937 8460 1 5 is EL Q 555: -M., fi? 4 if vw-.1 , f 5 z .fri in l 5 T lirii if J , 4 J , A Whit ,I , r l Bottom Row: Gaye Shelfkosky, Taffy Bell, Darla Pope, Theresa Havard, Marla Wright, Donna De- trich, Christi Andrews, Dawn McMahang 2nd Row: Tammy Matthews, Johnna McCutchen, Danna Stewart, Nettie Crocker, Julie Loggins Ward, Ann Kurtz, Jana Chapman, Delma Sims, 8rd Row: Tim Gresham, Alan Willis, Kevin Woodley, Troy Bell, Chris Pevehouse, Sammy Edwards, Scottie Butler, Greg Prater, Top Row: Billy Crocker, David Allen, Glen Bryant, Mark Ballard, Jonny Wilson, Robby Odom, Walt Grif- fith, Kyle Butler. fi' im , W . ,, i"'r 6 Daw og! r ie B' CxXerx Bw ant, X49 K mama Chapman' PAXQD 1 Congratulatmns Seniors '85 page SMQJW Cam E. 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McDaniel Alan Rogers Music-Education Pastor Youth QC Larkin Division Petroleum Equipment Group JOY MANUFACTURING COMPANY Waxahachie, Texas An Industry Leader In The Manufacturing Of Oil Equipment Congratulations to the Graduating Seniors of 1985 C'Box Pl' tin 1 O agbrtlglng 2141f937 1971 111 NORTH COLLEGE WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS 75165 A , -fx' v A Egg Amwavs maven. snwlce ik LINDA JONES Travel Consultant 2141937-0272 104 NORTH COLLEGE WAXAHACHIE TEXAS 75165 ,sf-mm - - 9 Dallas 312-Zig-1538 A4523 9 tim . sm: 900 Ferns Pave Egg wb, W3X3h3Ch16, EUBANK FLORIST ' 1 on gf Texas fsf':::,1"t 5 5' 75165 K ' Woxczhachie, Texas 75165 FH-I 937-5482 , 1 H - Bobbie 8 Barney Taylor, Owners 0 'flyorls 'gl,l1oy ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 400-C KROGER PLAzA WAXAHACHIE, TEXAS 75165 LINDA DODWELL Phone Alarmgvr 2l4f937-6815 BlLL'S LAWN MOWERS The Sign of w haogfegf 75165 Ouamy axgsjslgi-aszo BILL SAPOLIO A For Case Quality Products Q ,, 0 SM l'l'TY'S Pro-Qxvricd Vehicles 110 Dallas Hwy 2141957-8182 RAYMOND lR.n'p SMITH 214!957-5784 JOE'S BEST BURGER Drive In Good Italian Cooking Waxahachie 937-6316 HWY 287 WHITE HOUSE BARBER SHOP And CASABLANCA SALON 1-214-937-5502 1075 College Waxahachie, TX . H N5 Z 9 I A 1879 TOWNHOUSE RESTAURANT Good Home Cooking E. Side Of Square Open 6:30 - 9:00 7 Days K 7 , We wr I 937-7261 TJ' Advertisements WAL-MART Training Students For A Better Comm unity Hwy 77 937-8768 A Regional Family Shoe Store THRIFTY 1 ' SHOE S 2141299-5665 I I AHACHlE,TEXAS 75165 2141937-3215 More Shoe For Less c2145 937-5735 J H P Iron Sz Metal Salvage . . ruett O Highest Prices Paid For Wflel' 301 Elm S t 1 Waxahachie, Texas 75165 Crap e a ' Copper ' Brass ' Aluminum Jack Winningham, Gwner Southwest S Route 4 - cE1ifiJ1?9f?7a2Zg0WaXa, TX WAXAI-IACHIE DIVISION 400 Ferris Ave. THE WRIGHT Post Office Box 797 STUDIO- Waxahachie Texas 12145 937-4567 Zggiggqg Waxahaehie, Texas 937-2321 2 10 W Franklin ,Q ,wif , 3 1 I a 1 A 532 I i 4 i I 3 . 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An arwas 700 Dallas Hwy. 937-1781 QUICK STOP 407 E. Main 937- Open 24 Hrs. 7 Days A Week Kougrafulafious 611155 Of '85! One Stop Grocery d C h Ts ..-fi?-4??+-.si -5 .5 5' .E- --:-'-1 a 5's'1a: af -55555532552 ga V! Jeep l l 0 A .42 -I ,,-,-- - A L 5: 3555 1 11 N G- .cAlu.l-s.l..z.. ' V7A'X'RFlWCilTE7"T'EXW'S' Save ?vr A Sunny Day outhwest Savings WAXAHACHIE DIVISION 400 Ferris Avenue ' 12145 937-4567 Waxhachme, Texas 75165 Diamonds 0 14K G ld 0 F Wat h C y t 1 8: China Metro 223-7213 SIMMONS JE EALEQRS +- "We Sell Art Carved Class Ringsv 903 F errls 214-937-6431 Waxahachie 75165 Advertisements 'WWSQSQ Y of 286 - ElectionfAdministration Four More Years. Mondale's campaign left a bad taste in the pub1ic's mouth. He promised the nation that he would raise taxes and that President Reagan would never be able to maintain his oath not to raise taxes. Mondale tried to win the votes of every minority and special interest group, and destroyed his chances of getting the vote of the majority groups. His choice of Geraldine Ferraro as the first female, and the first Italian-American Vice-Presidential candidate got Mondale into the history books, but farther away from the Presidency. People felt that the uncharismatic and often boring Walter Mondale was being carried by the aggressive Geraldine. In the end, the weight proved to be too much. The beating Mondale took from Gary Hart and Jesse Jackson in the Democratic primary and from President Reagan, was more that any candidate can take and win. Throughout his campaign, Ronald Reagan asked the American voters the same question, "Are you better off today than you were four years ago?" The question was answered on November 6th with a resounding, "YES" . , -John Farris President Ronald Reagan dministration l i Max Simpson, Assistant Superintendent. ,WN l Shirley Williams - Thank you for your years of hard work. Billy Bates, Superintendent Frank McCoy, President, Board of Trustees. Congratulations Seniors 385 From THE CHIEF STAFF 288 - Band Banquet Band arches To A Different Tune Banquet Is Another Success On May 17 1985 at 7 00 p m the band banquet began The president of the band Sarah Kennedy began her opemng speech and seniors willed slots and instruments to the lower bandsmen Many awards were given to the outstanding band students. New officers for the 85-86 year were announced and also assistant drum major. The banquet made quite a success and each band member felt a sense of new friendship and closeness that being in the band provides. Sarah tells the latest band gossip Jennifer interupts with a commercial break. Dawn tells all Dale gives his full attention to the floor. Me of sound mmd'7 Amateur Chemists Take Pride In Their Work Aday hides from her class. Chemistry is a ,fascinating subject in school. Where else can you find out about KCLO3 and the use of wood in chemical experiments? Itls an exciting world and its teacher is a great person. Mrs. Kathryn Aday, come on down! Mrs. Aday, who's been teaching chemistry at WHS for 5 years, is one of the schools most favorite teachers. Fearless, witty, and a bit I overbearing, Mrs. Aday continues her ongoing war against "Chemical Ignorance." With her motto, "More is better," Mrs. Aday conducts her experiments, and though most of 1 them fail, the ones that turn out are really spectacular sights to see. And even though the work is plentiful, and sometimes difficult, the class generally has a good time. I g n i i Chemistry - 289 lima vo Leigh has been in the chemicals again. Jeff and Robby conduct their experiments. Karen and Jennifer are stumped on a problem. 290 .. Student Life Miss Waxahachie Lana Jo Granberry is being crowned Miss Waxahachie 1985 by JAMIE MELANIE E , Miss Texas, Tamara Hext, and Miss Waxahachie 1984, Cindy LaSoya. Miss Granberry later gave up her crown to Miss Rhonda Rhodes. Congeneality, Lana Granberry-Miss Waxahachie, Melanie Dawson-Second Runner Up, Rhonda Calhoun, and Deborah Price. l E l i Michelle Johnson, Jamie Winningham, Rhonda Rhodes-First Runner-Up and Mis: Seniors f '85 Student Life Q. oel, wake up! You're still in school! 2 1 I 1 I 4 Z 1 Q I F i ig Y ! s A E 3 s Q I a , 3 -1 .. K1 1 Y E .-! 5 F WHS Construction - 293 Gets A Face Lift I The making of Waxahachie High School. ! l a 5 E. ,, 1 f k vm. 4 i , This is Mr. No mans room. Mrs. Davis you've got to control your temper. What A Weight To Go Now this is a cinch! Jane Fonda's workout is tougher than Illl pretend I'm really working out you thought, huh? , Lifting Their Spirits I After a good football season is over, what else is there to do but lift weights? Lifting weights gives a good workout to the football players and keeps them in shape for the next football season. There N - tummies get trimmed and muscles get thickened, what better way to start off a I season, and from the looks of these pictures, it's paying off. I didn't mean it Jeff, really, I'm sorry. ? 2001, 2002, 2003 . . . I dare ya to knock this off. 'miwf N44 wg, F1 , T1 1 aw v 2 -.J L...wmWS 'Z i AQ ,af N, 5? 5 .fm ,5 , Z ff f he f , , 152 -f 1 A 1 ww Hr . 9? ,ff gf ,. Y' N111 W V JA' L- X - in , ,px Q- . N V.-Y 5 ,, ' 'weigh .f mm - 'W "' - , of 4, f Z fl: A ai? if f , 'wi J ' 5:1 f-JS55Qf5W.l4?II' i1'9f :Z ffm? , fm f 1 X V, W, ,KL V uw ?f,I'5,gp-,W, Ml,-,pf My yy f, 571' ff Navi' gf Ace Hardware-264 Airwats Travel Agency-273 Allstate-264 Art's Alley-264 Band Boosters-282 B and B Farm Supply-265 Bayless Office Supply-264 Best Burger-260 Betty Venable Realators-260 Bill's Lawnmowers-260 Boyd Insurance-258 Box Printing and Advertising-273 Brookside Ceramics-265 Busybody Tanning Salon-265 Carlisle-284 Casa Blanca Salon-260 Cheeves Bros.-265 Citizen's National Bank-281 City Bicycle Shop-261 Coward Paint-265 Curry Appliance-267 Curt's Lumber Company-265 Daisy's Bake Shop-258 Danny's-259 Dawson Cleaners-267 Deeya's Gifts and Cosmetics-260 Dollar and Rogers Construction-267 Du-all-267 Ellyson and Kelley P.C.-258 Eubank Florist-273 Fantastik Sam's-258 First Baptist Church-275 First Methodist Church-285 Foster-Forbes Glass-261 Franks-259 Hardaway-266 Johnston Development-266 Joy Larkin-272 Lasswell Insurance-266 LSLL Auto Repair-261 Mac's Upholstery-258 Maxwell Jewelry-261 McLane Tire-261 Medical Rental-264 Mizell-264 Napa Auto Parts-258 Nay Co.-266 Nelson 8z Son-259 Northgate-Hair Design-266 Owen's Corning Fiberglass-266 Pearman Oil-267 Prescription Shop-261 Quality Cleaners-258 Rainbow Aprons-267 Raney Furniture-267 Rilla's-264 Shank Insurance-267 Sherwin Williams-273 Sirnmon's Jewelry-284 Skate Center-267 Smitty's-274 Southern Grouts 8a Morters-281 Southwest Savings-284 Sport's Shop-274 Style Plus Outlet-258 Thrifty Shoe Mart-277 Tiger Mart-280 Trinity Abstract-265 Waxahachie Bank dz Trust-262 Winningham Iron 8z Metal-277 Woodward Office Supply-259 Wrighy Studio-277 Business Index - 297 298 - Teacher's Index Donna Adams-72, 116, 231 Katheryn Aday-112, 115, 239 Ronald Appleton-122, 173 Benji Arnold-14, 116, 199 Monica Autrey-124, 165, 169 John Baker-122, 179 Ruth Ballard-118 Kevin Barnes-120 Billy Bates-286 Billy Bentz-115, 152, 203 Mike Bryant-120, 162 Joy Bumpass-165 Maureen Butler-124 Benton Cain-124, 165 Wanda Cain-118, 119 Charles Carmichael-48, 116, 117, 203 Bill Centera-120, 139 Charlene Cope-114 Blynthia Davis-121, 239 Ruth Devore-14, 39, 70, 116 Deana Dickson-155 Bob Drueckhammer-122 Clotea Dyer-121 Cindy Eschenburg-122,177 Randall Forguson-199, 212 Gaylord French-116, 156 Carmen Garza-168 JoAnn Gray-122, 177 Laurie Green-147 Billy Hancock-116, 117, 156 Ted Harris-114 Doc Hastings-115, 136, 170, 171 John Hauser-112, 114, 124 Joseph Hazard-122, 178 JoAnna Herod-122 Beverly Hettle-120, 157 Lona Hobbs-118 Ann Horan-122, 175 Ruth Junkin-175 Jim Kazmerski-14, 199, 200 Doug Keese-10, 46, 114, 116, 296 Kitty Kvale-124, 165 Debbie Leake-48, 118, 164, 251 Jimmy Lofland-117 Melna McCutchan-122,182 Berlyn McKnight-122 Jerry McLemore-199 Tommy McLemore-40 Rick McMichael-122 Bill Midkiff-203, 210 Jim Moore-122, 174 Isaiah Moreland-114 Melissa Morgan-122 Dorothy Mullican-72, 114 Terri Murray-118, 119, 161 Barbara Nickols-115 John Nickols-205 Jerry Orr-199, 220 Sharon Parent-155 Anne Phillips-118, 158 Mickey Pickett-120, 138, 140 Jim Price-199, 209 Richard Segura-122, 168 Ronald Shumate-122, 180 David Simmons-122, 174, 183 Max Simpson-286 Tommy Simpson-112, 124, 166 Max Smesny-122 Diane Smith-14, 155 George Solis-43, 118, 119, 160 Lynn Stockman-48, 118, 279 Juanita Stoffergen-122 Marilyn Thornhill-122 Glen Tolar-118, 119, 166 Bill Travis-122 Ernest Villarreal-118 Virginia Wade-124, 165 Steve Westmoreland-114, 218 Cynthia Williams-214 Don Williams-124 David Wyer-122 David Yowell-199 Lonon, Jason I 93 95, 138, 156 Acuna, Martin I 93 89 Adams, Gregory I 93 89, 181 Aguilar, Angelica I 93 89, 139 A uilar, Lawrence I 93 89, 167 Afexander, Angela I 93 89, 138 Alexander, Lemuel I 93 89, 180 Allen, Lisa I 93 89, 165 Amick, William I 93 89 Anderson, Katrina I 93 89, 182 Andrle, Michael I 93 89, 139 Angel, Jeremy I 93 89, 139, 156 Ansley, Johnathan I 93 96, 182 Archer, Cecil I 93 97 157 Smith, Toni I 93 Bratcher, Melinda I103 69, 73, Archibald, Kimberly I 93 97, 139, Arizpe 182 Mercedes 9 89 , I 3 Atkins, Aaron I 93 89 Atkins, Hays I 93 89 Baker, Baker, Cristy I 93 89, 182 Ronnie I 93 89, 174 Banks, Amy I 93 89, 160 Barnhill, Jim I 93 89 Bartel, Sharilyn I 93 89 Baughtry, Lissa I 93 Baze, Monty I 93 89 Wilson, Stacey I 93 100, 101, Bearden, Chris I 93 89, 187 Becks, Shirley I 93 90 Bell, Troy I 93 90, 138, 160, 172, 173, 271 Bergaavides, Deena I 93 90, 93, 1 Benson, Timothy I 93 ' Betta, Kim I 93 90 Big ers, Carlton I 93 90 Bigiam, Scott I 93 Blackstock, Sandra I 93 90 Blythe, Chance I 93 90, 206, 216 Boehler, Frank I 93 90, 135, 172 Borden, Gilbert I 93 90 Bradley, Wanessa I 93 90 Braxmier, Perry I 93 90 Brazier, Tammy I 93 90 Bridges, Jana I 93 90, 139, 143, 161 Briles, Robin I 93 90, 165 Brown, Bryant I 93 90 Brown, Jacques I 93 90, 138, 142, 163 Brown, Milton I 93 Browning, Jeff I 93 40, 135, 139, 156, 268 Bryant, Joseph I 93 90 Bryson, Wally I 93 Bumpass, Julie I 93 90, 161 Butler, Scottie I 93 90, 271 Cabaniss, Belinda I 93 90, 182, 214 Caldwell, Michael I 93 90 Camacho, Samuel I 93 90 Campbell, Charles I 93 160, 172, 292, 293 Canady, Kathy I 93 Card, Wendy I 93 90 Carlat, Charla I 93 88, 90, 161, 214, 215 Carrington, Robin I 93 Casares, Elizabeth I 93 Castillo, Paul I 93 167 Castleberry, Connie I 93 90 Chambers, Mike I 93 90 Champion, Nathan I 93 90, 172, 181 Chance, Marvin I 93 91 Chapman, Brenda I 93 91 Claiborne, Preston I 93 91, 172 Clark, Mickey I 93 91, 172, 214 Clymore, Leslie I 93 91, 160, 268 Cochran, Marcella I 93 91 Combest, Mendy I 93 91, 157, 160, 218 Cooke, Lavonne I 93 91, 165 Cooks, Stefanie I 93 91 Cooper, Marcia I 93 91, 139, 160, 187 Cotton, Patricia I 93 91 Cox, Kyle I 93 91, 155, 206 Crenshaw, Stuart I 93 91 Crumley, Charles I 93 91 Cuella Curry, r, Cindy I 93 Dana I 93 91, 197, 209 Davis, Byron I 93 91, 157, 182, 206 Davis, Debbie I 93 91, 182, 197 Davis, Layfayette I 93 91 Davis, Michael I 93 157 Davis Patrick I 93 91 160 Davis: Stacy I 93 157,l160 Dayton, Sharon I 93 91, 161 Deal, Brandon I 93 91, 172 Defoore, Teri I 93 91, 138, 142, 165 Del Bosque, Fabian I 93 Del Bosque, Fred I 93 Dellinger, Albert I 93 Dellinger, Anita I 93 DeWitt, James I 93 91, 160 Dimberu, Elias I 93 91, 180, 245 Dodson, Jodie I 93 91 Douthit, Crickett I 93 91 Duty, Patrick I 93 91 Edwards, Darron I 93 91, 157 Edwards, Samme I 93 92, 271 Elmer, Cathy I 93 91, 172, 181 Englehardt, Carla I 93 151, 155 Esparza, Brenda I 93 92, 161 Estrada, Maria I 93 92, 160 Everett, Bev I 93 92, 139, 161, 268 Fallett, Loretta I 93 92, 157, 182 Fallett, Sandra I 93 92 Farris, Kirk I 93 92 Ferguson, Patrick I 93 174 Fisher, Jonathan I 93 92, 138, 141, 142, 163, 170, 171, 268 Flangin, Tracy I 93 92, 168, 197 218 Forbes, Wendy I 93 92, 101, 160, 161, 170, 171, 229, 268 Ford, Angee I 93 92, 151, 160, 186, 228 Freeman, Sandra I 93 160 Fudge, James I 93 92, 139, 156, 160 Fuller, Todd I 93 92 Gann, Scott I 93 92 Garcia, David I 93 92 Garcia, Jose I 93 92, 174, 206 Garcia, Melinda I 93 88, 92, 160, 165 Gardner, Heath I 93 92 Garvin, Phillip I 93 92, 206 Garza, Ortencia I 93 92, 218 Giesecke, Becky I 93 92, 182 Giles, Heather I 93 92, 160 Ginn, Warren I 93 Gipson, Milton I 93 92 Goday, Ricky I 93 Gonzales, Angeline I 93 92, 93 Gonzales, Michelle I 93 92, 167 Gooding, Jeff I 93 92 Gordon, Donna I 93 93 Graham, Kim I 93 93 Green, Garry I 93 172 Grimes, Lonnie I 93 93, 172 Hambric, Sharon I 93 93, 182, 197 Hamilton, Kevin I 93 Haralson, Philip I 93 Harding, Edwin I 93 93, 156 Harris, Paul I 93 93 Harris, Raquel I 93 93, 197, 207 Harrison, Garfield I 93 93, 157, 206 Haslam, Joanne I 93 93 Havard, Angela I 93 88, 93, 161, 165, 214 Hawkins, Alphonso I 93 93, 157 Hayes, Jeremiah I 93 93 Henderson, Taras I 93 93 Hernandez, Juan I 93 93 Hernandez, Kristie I 93 93, 157, 160 Hettle, Nicole I 93 93, 138, 157, 160, 268 Hill, Laura I 93 88, 93, 161 Hines, Kathie I 93 93, 155, 160 Hinsley, Marshall I 93 93 Hobbs, Billy I 93 93 Hocutt, Daryl I 93 93 Holley, Brian I 93 93 Holsinger, Jason I 93 93, 139, 156, 170, 171 Horan, James I 93 93 Hormell, Bressa I 93 93 Howard, Brian I 93 93 Hughes, Jeff I 93 93, 139, 161 Hunter, Sandi I 93 94, 139, 161 Huskins, Charles I 93 94 Huskins, Randy I 93 94 Hussett, Michael I 93 94 Ingalls, Heather I 93 94 Ivory, Henry I 93 94, 157, 206 Jackson, Diana I 93 James, Kristi I 93 94, 139 January, Sean I 93 94, 181 Jefferson, Monica I 93 94, 197 Jefferson, Sharon I 93 94, 182, 197 Jeffries, Christie I 93 94, 157, 172 Jenkins, Christiane I 93 94, 160 Jennings, Vickie I 93 94 Jerkins, Sandi I 93 94 Johnson, Corey I 93 94 Johnson, Leonard I 93 Johnson, Natorsha I 93 Jones, Christopher I 93 94 Jones, Susan I 93 94, 164, 165 Jordan, Leo I 93 94 Jordan, Michael I 93 94 Joslin, Terri I 93 94 Jurgens, Ronnie I 93 94, 139 Kauffman, Chris I 93 94, 138. 141, 156, 170, 214, 215, 304 Kellam, Josh I 93 94, 214 Kelley, Angela I 93 94, 155, 160, 165, 186, 214, 245 Kelley, Kimberly I 93 94, 197 Kelley, Liz I 93 94, 160 Kester, Stacy I 93 94, 134 Kientzle, Gordon I 93 94 Kinchen, Nicole I 93 94, 160 King, Gina I 93 94 King, Martin I 93 172, 181, 194 Kivlehen, Raymond I 93 95 Kline, Robbie I 93 95 Koonce, Jason I 93 95, 139 Krnavek, Michael I 93 95, 180 Kurtz, Ann I 93 95, 271 Lacy, Willie I 93 95 Lamorgese, Linda I 93 95 Lamp, Julie I 93 165, 172, 292, 293 I Lane, April I 93 95 Lawson, Cloudy I 93 95, 160, 182 Lawson, Dusty I 93 95 Leake, Dina I 93 95, 164, 172, 173 Lipsey, Marnie I 93 95, 182 Lisman, Russell I 93 95, 165, 172, 292, 293 Locke, Michelle I 93 95, 157 Long, Henry I 93 95, 174, 292, 293 Lopez, Robert I 93 Martin, Jill I 93 6, 88, 95, 151, 161 Martinez, James I 93 95 Martinez, Lydia I 93 95, 165 Massey, Britton I 93 Maxwell, Michelle I 93 95, 161, 172 Maxwell, Shelia I 93 182 Mays, Peggy I 93 95 McBay, Bobby I 93 95, 165 McClain, Stacey I 93 95 McCowan, Anita I 93 McCullough, Mike I 93 95, 160 McCully, Kimberly I 93 95, 139 McGuire, David I 93 95, 157 McKenzie, Tracy I 93 95, 182, 207 McNeal, Darrell I 93 95, 165, 172 Mejorado, Rufus I 93 95, 167 Melick, Clyde I 93 96, 135, 155, 156, 160, 214, 215, 304 Melton, Kristina I 93 96, 139 Melvine, Montgomery I 93 Mendez, Rachel I 93 182 Mershon, Gerald I 93 Miller, Glenda I 93 96, 165, 181 Miller, Lance I 93 96, 174 Miller, Shane I 93 96 Mitchell, Patricia I 93 Montgomery, Mevline I 93 96, 182 Montgomery, Tammy I 93 96, 143 Moreno, Jose I 93 96 Morgan, Michele I 93 96, 161, 0 Morgan, Niki I 93 96, 127, 139, 143, 156, 164 Morgan, Robert I 93 Moritz, Deborah I 93 96, 182, 232, 299 Mortiz, Deborah I 93 Mundy, Kevin I 93 96, 155, 156 Murphree, Steve I 93 96, 160, 168 Murray, Wendy I 93 96, 139 Musick, John I 93 96 Nay, Terry I 93 96, 139 Newcomb, Linda I 93 O'Daniel, Melissa I 93 Odom, Bret I 93 172 Ortiz, Gracie I 93 181, 182 Padgett, Davie I 93 96, 165 Parks, Arthur I 93 Parks, Ladonna I 93 Parra, Ronald I 93 96 Perez, Arthur I 93 Perez, Geralda I 93 96, 182 Perryman, Glenda I 93 138, 161 Pevehouse, Chris I 93 96, 271 Phillips, Lesly I 93 Phillips, Russel I 93 96 Phillips, Traci I 93 96 Pierce, Kenneth I 93 96 Pike, Deana I 93 96 Pitts, Jerry I 93 Pollon, James I 93 96 Pope, Darla I 93 96, 155, 160, 161, 271 Pope, Linda I 93 96 Porter, Don I 93 96 Porter, Gary I 93 Potter, Shelley I 93 96 Powell, John I 93 97 Praslicka, Karen I 93 97, 138, 296 Prcin, Joe I 93 41, 97 Price, Elizabeth I 93 97, 160, 186 Ramsey, Angela I 93 6, 97, 151, 161 Ramsey, Tammy I 93 165, 182 Ranton, Jason I 93 97, 138 Redd, Wayne I 93 97 Reese, Scott I 93 97, 170, 171 Regalado, Ann I 93 97, 167 Reynolds, Michelle I 93 97, 181 Rhoades, Lisa I 93 97 Rice, Donna I 93 Rice, Revah I 93 182 Rice, Rivah I 93 97, 139, 182 Richardson, Susan I 93 97, 138 Rios, Mary I 93 97, 157 Rios, Ruben I 93 97 Rivera, Peter I 93 97 Rizzo, Debbie I 93 97 Rizzo, Debra I 93 Robbins, Thomas I 93 Robles, Janie I 93 97, 161 Rodriquez, Steven I 93 Rodriquez, Vivian I 93 97 Rogers, Maria I 93 97, 160 Rogers, Paul I 93 97 Ross, Cynetha I 93 97 Ross, Rigina I 93 97 Salazar, Erma I 93 97 Sam, Roger I 93 97 Sanders, Jerri I 93 97, 175 Saum, Karolyn I 93 97, 139 Savala, Christopher I 93 97 Schaefer, Lisa I 93 97, 160 Scott, Joe I 93 98 Seabolt, Kenneth I 93 98 Settlemyer, Cylinda I 93 98, 138, 142, 165, 268 Sevier, Rodney I 93 98, 180 Sharp, Krista I 93 93, 98, 139, 155, 161, 268 Shead, Anthony I 93 Sherman, Virginia I 93 98 Sherman, William I 93 98, 180 Shook, Jed I 93 98, 0, 0 Sims, Glenn I 93 98, 165, 172, 173, 292, 293 Smith, Melvin I 93 98, 157, 168, 206 Smith, Sonya I 93 56, 81, 86, Southard, Junior I 93 Southerland, Dane I 93 98 Spitzer, Larry I 93 98 Stern, Darrin I 93 98, 182 Stern, Jeffrey I 93 Stevens, Elizabeth I 93 98 Stewart, Danna I 93 98, 155, 161, 165, 271 Stroope, Brandie I 93 98 Stroud, Robert I 93 98 Struggs, Steven I 93 98 Sutton, Tammy I 93 98 Tadlock, Diane I 93 98 Tamminga, Nancy I 93 98. 181 Taylor, Doug I 93 98 Taylor, William I 93 98, 172 Thomason, Teri I 93 98 Thomasson, Stephanie I 93 98 Thompson, Maulene I 93 98 Thompson, Sidney I 93 98 Thompson, Troy I 93 98 Tittle, Jeff I 93 98, 172 Todd, Suzanne I 93 98, 172, 173 Townley, Derek I 93 99, 172 Trammell, Rodney I 93 99, 139 Trull, Jennifer I 93 55, 99, 100, 139, 157, 161,268 Tupacz, Krista I 93 99, 138, 157, 161, 218 Turbeville, Ronald I 93 99 Ubelecker, Jason I 93 Vanarsdale, Daniel I 93 99 Vance, Julie I 93 99 Vaughn, Charles I 93 99 Velez, Mark I 93 99 Venters, Shari I 93 99 Vicks, Tina I 93 99 Villarreal, Melissa I 93 99 Villarreal, Sophia I 93 99 Volentine, Joe I 93 41, 99, 168, 206 Wade, Calvin I 93 Wade, Connie I 93 176 Wagner, Dale I 93 99, 165 Walker, Rodney I 93 99, 157, 180 Washington, Randy I 93 99 Webb, Kenneth I 93 99 Wells, Robin I 93 99, 182 Wenzel, Robert I 93 99, 156, 160 Weyer, Victoria I 93 99 Wheatley, Jason I 93 99 Whitson, Karen I 93 99, 165 Wiles, Lisa I 93 99, 172, 181 Wilkerson, Jessica I 93 99 Williams, Chuck I 93 Williams, Franklin I 93 99, 134 Williams, Sebastian I 93 99, 182 Williams, Sheilithia I 93 100, 188 Williams, Tammy I 93 182 Willis, Howard I 93 100, 172. 271 155, 165 Woodard, Greg I 93 100 Woodard, Kenneth I 93 100 Woodcock, Marc I 93 100 Woodward, David I 93 100, 121, 210 Young, Stephen I 93 100, 138, 141, 142 Zavala, Mag ie I 93 100 Acevedo, Elsa I103 Adams, Chase I103 73, 179 Adkins, Tracy I103 73, 160, 161, 176 Alaniz, Jeff I103 73, 174 Alexander, Maurice I103 73, 204, 205 Allen, Aretha I103 157, 164 Allen, Laurie I103 73, 169 Almand, Angie I103 41, 73, 111. iss, 172, 192, 208, 209, 302 Almand, Suzanne I103 68, 73, 134, 144, 155, 156, 161, 163, 170, 171, 227, 230, 278 Anderson, Mitchell I103 Anderson, Ray I103 73, 138, 176 Archer, Lori I103 73, 176 Archibald, Steve I103 73 Bailey, Clay I103 '73 Bailey, Darren I103 Ballard, Deana I103 Ballard, Mark I103 73, 160, 172, 271 Ballard, Tara I103 73, 157, 172 Barragan, Norma I103 167 Barrett, Ben I103 73 Bazan, Rosanna I103 50 Beatty, Karen I103 73 Beets. Tony I103 73, 77, 139 Bernal, Ricky I103 73 Betts, Kim I103 69, 73, 138, 141, 155, 160, 163, 171, 268, 295 Bird, Stacey I103 73, 175 Boehler, Phillip I103 73 Bonner, Barbara I103 73 Boon, Valerie I103 174 Boone, Valerie I103 73 Boyd, Jon I103 73 Boyd, Jon I093 Bradley, Tamatha I103 Branum, David I103 73, 292, 293 138, 141, 155, 160, 163, 171, 268, 295 Bravo, Lupe I103 73 Brogden, Mark I103 73 Brookhart, Jimmy I103 73 Brown, Gary I103 Brown, Milton I103 73 Brown, Toni I103 73, 139. 161 Bynum, Jimmy I103 Byrd, Kenneth I103 74 Calhoun, Faye I103 51, 74, 165 Campa, Todd I103 74, 121, 203, 220 Cantu, Traci I103 74, 151, 161 Carrizales, Elva I103 74, 101, 176, 182, 245 Carson, Leveta I103 74 Carter, Michelle I103 74, 176 Casey, Kim I103 51 Castillo, Gilbert I103 74 Castillo, Noel I103 74 Centil 204, li, Greg I103 74, 160, 199, 220, 223 Channon, Mike I103 74 Chapman, Jill I103 74, 127, 151 Chris ian, April I103 74 I Clark, Dale I103 74 Clark, 172 , 230, 259 Clem, Marcus I103 74, 172, Tammy I103 68, 74, 144, 203, 292, 293 Clemens, Chris I103 74, 174 Cole, George I103 6, 86, 128, 138,141, 142, 161, 170, 171 Conner, Carolyn I103 Cook, Zachary I103 74 Cox, Dana I103 66, 74, 144, 155, 172, 173 COX, Rachel I103 74, 157, 160 Crane, Carey I103 74, 203 Crocker, Billy I103 74, 271 Crueger, Janis I103 77 Cuellar, Jerry I103 74 Daniel, Matthew I103 74 Daniels, Robert I103 74 Dansby, Demetris I103 Daughtry, Alan I103 74, 80, 84, 138, 212 Daughtry, Cynthia I103 53 Davidson, Byron I103 73, 74, 105,127, 161,203 Davis, Anthony I103 226 Davis, Billy I103 Davis, Edward I103 74, 180 Davis, Kirk I103 74, 127, 203, 228 Davis, Melanie I103 75 Davis, Michael I103 75 Davis Rodney I103 75 Davis: steven I103 75, 160, 165 Defoore, Kaylene I103 74, 75, 182 Delagrange, Dawn I103 75 Denning, Laura I103 6, 75, 127, 128, 150, 151, 161, 165, 229 Dillon, Rhonda I103 75 Dollar, Gary I103 75, 121, 126, 203, 210, 285 Draper, Bryan I103 75, 139, 172 Duggan, Diane I103 75, 144 Dulin, Rodney I103 75, 121. 203, 210 Easley, Kenneth I103 Edwards, Susan I103 75 Eggleston, Keith I103 75, 168, 172, 181 Ellis, Diane I103 75 Ellis, Dianne I103 Ellis, Rory I103 75 English, Jason I103 75, 203 Ensinia, Jimmy I103 75, 187, 199, Escob 203 ar, Irene I103 Esparza, Gloria I103 Espggza, Kathy I103 75, 160, 1 Evans, David I103 Falani, Glennette I103 75, 168, 214 Felty, Patrick I103 1, 75, 158, 203 , 232 Fikea, Clint I103 75, 216, 217 Fikes, Tommie I103 75, 139 Fisher, Darlene 1103 75, 182 Flores, Lisa 1103 160 Flowers, Bobbie 1103 51, 75, 197, 218 Fmartinez, Henry 1103 174 Forber, Donald 1103 75 Ford, Ami 1103 75, 182 Ford, Kim 1103 75, 168, 209 Franks, Jimmy 1103 75, 180 Frazier, Leron 1103 75 Freeman, Matt 1103 76 Freeman, Sherry 1103 74, 76, 182 Frisch, Susan 1103 76 Gage, Tammi 1103 76 Gass, Mark 1103 76 Gillespie, Paula 1103 76, 169 Gilson, Paul 1103 76, 203 Goday, Ricky 1103 76 Gonzales, Angel 1103 Gonzales, Cynthia 1103 76 Gonzales, Paul 1103 76, 121, 160, 230 Gorman, Jessica 1103 7, 76, 80, 135, 176, 199 Green, Laura 1103 66, 76, 155, 160 Green, Pam 1103 76, 132 Gregory, Jame 1103 73 Grider, Brenda 1103 76, 175 Griffith, Walt 1103 76, 265, 271 Groves, Denise 1103 41, 76, 138, 163, 279 Hagger, Danny 1103 76 Hamilton, Kevin 1103 76 Haney, Todd 1103 76, 160 Hanna, Joe 1101 76, 138 Haralson, Phil 1103 76 Hardaway, Richie 1103 76 Hardaway, Tammi 1103 47, 76, 144, 155, 160 Harris, Bernita 1103 76, 197 Harris, David 1103 76 Hartis, Eric 1103 76, 174, 199 Hartley, Becky 1103 76, 144, 161 Hays, Tommy 1103 76, 138, 268 Helm, Todd 1103 76, 139, 161, 162 Henderson, Roderick 1103 76, 156 Henry, Mike 1103 77, 101 Hensley, Heather 1103 68, 77, 144, 161, 172 Hernadez, Barbara 1103 Hernadez, Patricia 1103 73, 77, 139 Hernandez, Barbara 1103 Hernandez, Julio 1103 77 Hernandez, Luis 1103 77, 172 Hernandez, Patricia 1103 77 Hester, Mark 1103 77, 203 Hill, David 1103 77, 174 Hill, James 1103 Hodges, Jeff 1103 Holt, Ronda 1103 77, 139 Hough, Danny 1103 Hug es, David 1103 77 Ivy, Lucy 1103 77 Jackson, Becky 1103 175 Jackson, Bryan 1103 77 Jackson, Ulonda 1103 77, 139, 176, 182 James, Gregory 1103 139 Jefferson, Cheryl 1103 157, 164, 182 Johnson, Lenny 1103 77 Johnson, Shannon 1103 66, 76, 77, 146, 147, 160, 185, 230 Jones, Deatra 1103 Jones, Detra 1103 73, 175 Jones, Jeri 1103 77 Jones, Michael 1103 77, 216 Jordan, Anita 1103 77, 168, 207, 218 Junkin, Marty 1103 77, 174 Kelley, Chris 1103 77, 172, 203 Kelly, Leonard 1103 77 Kelly, Sandra 1103 77, 160, 161, 165 Kelly, Sheila 1103 77 Kelly, Steven 1103 King, Glen 1103 77 Knepper, Bethany 1103 77 Knox, Paul 1103 77, 81 Kujawa, Cassie 1103 56, 182 Kyle, Tracy 1103 77, 160, 169, 174 Lacey, Wesley 1103 77, 100 Larey, Larry 1103 73 Larey, Steve 1103 77, 127, 199, 220 Larkin, Gretta 1103 78 Latosky, Keith 1103 78 Latson, Jeff 1103 78, 172, 292, 293 Lewis, Chet 1103 78, 203 Lewis, Rochelle 1103 78 Light, Chuck 1103 78, 203 Limetone, Ricky 1103 73 Limitone, Ricky 1103 78, 172, 174 Lisa, Luttrall 1103 78 Loftis, Jason 1103 78, 172 Lomas, Terry 1103 78, 139, 160 Lowe, Brian 1103 78, 161, 174 Lowe, Dawn 1103 78, 80, 82, 144, 155, 268 Lucio, Steven 1103 70, 78, 160 Luttrall, Lisa 1103 127, 144 Lyon, Lona 1103 78 Machovsky, Rob 1103 78, 161, 203, 245 Majors, John 1103 78, 203 Maldonado, Jose 1103 Maldonado, Julian 1103 180 Markham, Christina 1103 78, 176 Marrs, Chris 1103 78, 110, 121, 203 Martin, Bambi 1103 72, 78, 82, 128, 135, 150, 151, 161, 165, 259, 268 Martinez, David 1103 78, 139 Martinez, Henry 1103 McCutchen, Johnna 1093 McCutchen, Johnna 1103 78, 144, 172, 173, 187, 271 McCutchen, Johonna 1103 McLane, Keri 1103 78, 102, 136, 155, 163, 170, 171 McLane, Kristi 1103 40, 78, 160, 170, 171, 295 Mendez, Becky 1103 78, 176 Miller, Jerry 1103 78 Miller, Lee-Ann 1103 78 Monreal, Veronica 1103 78, 155, 160, 163, 170, 171 Moon, Lori 1103 78, 135 Moore, Matthew 1103 78, 139, 157 Moore, Rosalyn 1103 78, 175 Morales, Eugene 1103 79, 167, 172 Moreno, Anna 1103 79, 160, 165 Moreno, Guillermo 1103 79 Morgan, Chris 1103 79, 180, 292, 293 Mosley, Leonard 1103 1, 79, 179 Mott, Steven 1103 79, 168, 172, 203, 220 Munoz, Olga 1103 79, 84, 160 Murphree, Tracy 1103 79, 160, 168, 172, 173, 199, 218 Musick, John 1103 79 Neal, Lisa 1103 79 Nelson, Robert 1103 79 Nelson, Susan 1103 79 Nobles, Doretha 1103 79 Norris, Brad 1103 79, 127, 203 O'Daniel, Cody 1103 79, 172, 216 O'Daniel, Mike 1103 79 Odom, Kim 1103 79, 102, 144, 161 Ortiz, Gracie 1103 79, 160 Ortiz, Josie 1103 79 Osborn, Robin 1103 79, 135, 161 Owens, Mickey 1103 79, 203 Payton, Matt 1103 79, 138 Peatross, William 1103 Peel, Patricia 1103 79 Peeler, Julia 1103 79 Penner, Lori 1103 79, 155, 160 Phillips, Stacy 1103 79, 84, 161, 209 Phillips, Tammy 1103 79 Pointer, Valarie 1103 79, 176, 182, 197 Polk, Danna 1103 80, 176, 188, 197 Porter, Stephanie 1103 80, 139, 157, 161 Prater, Greg 1103 79, 203, 220, 271 Prather, Harold 1103 79, 180 Ramirez, Griselcla 1103 9, 80, 165 Reynolds, Caren 1103 41, 80, 84, 176, 197 Rice, Dale 1103 80, 138, 141, 142, 288 Rich, Mike 1103 80, 203 Ridgeway, Matt 1103 80, 174 Rios, Martin 1103 80, 220 Rivas, Gin er 1103 80 Rivera, Gaiino 1103 Robinson, Michele 1103 75, 80, 144, 158, 159, 160 Robinson, Vernon 1103 179 Robles, Maria 1103 80, 167, 175, 182 Rodriquez, Teresa 1103 80 Roe, Mike 1103 80, 172, 292, 293 Rogers, Scot 1103 80, 160, 172, 203, 206 Rominger, Jill 1103 80, 82, 158, 159, 230 Rutherford, Gordon 1103 80 Rutherford, John 1103 80, 121, 203 Saenz, Jose 1103 79, 80, 160, 172, 181 Sanders, Michael 1103 80, 157 Sargent, Brian 1103 80, 138, 160, 170, 171, 185 Schoolfield, Clay 1103 80, 160, 172, 203 Schreiber, Tammy 1103 80 Schwartz, David 1103 80, 203, 212, 220 Seals, Kyle 1103 80, 174 Shelkofsky, Gaye 1103 68, 72, 80, 128, 144, 161, 259, 271 Shelley, Liz 1103 5, 80, 158, 159, 209, 259 Shortes, Kurt 1103 80 Sias, Celi 1103 80, 84, 165, 167 Sides, Gina 1103 80, 230 Sims, Britt 1103 81, 172, 292, 293 Six, Cory 1103 81, 216, 217 Slaughter, Billy 1103 81, 180, 206 Smith, Jason 1103 81 Smith, Renee 1103 81, 155, 158, 159, 162, 251 Smith, Sonya 1103 56, 81 Smith, Terry 1103 75, 81, 203 Sokoll, Tobin 1103 7, 80, 81, 160, 162, 176, 224, 229 Solis, Daniel 1103 81, 121, 203 Solis, Ricky 1103 66, 81, 119, 164, 189, 214, 215, 60 Spears, Kelly 1103 72, 81, 207, 209 Spence, Adele 1103 81, 176 Stack, Annette 1103 81, 144, 160 Starr, Eddie 1103 81 Steele, Laura 1103 81, 169, 182 Stern, Katie 1103 181 Stewart, Diane 1103 81, 169 Stone, Jason 1103 81 Story, Lenoris 1103 81 Story, Matt 1103 81, 160, 199 Street, Travis 1103 81, 174, 203 Strength, Tina 1103 81, 144, 161 Sulggis, Stephanie 1103 81, 83, 2 Sullivan, Tracy 1103 76, 81, 155, 160 Supanik, Lisa 1103 169 Tapp, Derron 1103 81, 172, 203 Taylor, Angela 1103 157, 218 Thedford, had 1103 81, 121 Thompson, Heather 1103 45, 81, 127, 161, 165, 186, 224 Tijerina, Julian 1103 81 Tyler, Marie 1103 81, 139, 176 Utsey, James 1103 81, 100, 138, 155, 160 Vance, Candace 1103 82 Vann, Glenn 1103 82 Vaughn, Tracy 1103 41, 82, 84, 127, 176, 193, 197 Venters, Deana 1103 82, 139, 164, 175 Villarreal, James 1103 82, 203 Villarreal, Joe 1103 74, 82 Voner, Joseph 1103 Walker, Eric 1103 82, 157 Walker, Jason 1103 82, 203 Wallace, Cami 1103 82, 165, 186 Washington, Jarrod 1103 Washington, Rodney 1103 82 Washington, Wendell 1103 82 Watkins, Douglas 1103 Watson, Bob 1103 82, 138, 140, 142, 216, 217 Watson, Brian 1103 73, 292, 293 Webb, Donald 1103 82 Wesley, Donnie 1103 82, 176 Wheatley, Julie 1103 82, 165 White, Darryl 1103 82, 180, 203, 230 White, Lisa 1103 Whitehead, Derrick 1103 165 Whitehead, Gina 1103 82, 160, 165, 232, 233 Whitehead, Kim 1103 82, 182, 218 Whitehead, Tonya 1103 144 Wgiitgield, Lajuan 1103 82, 218 1 Whitt, Jackie 1103 82, 203 Williams, Margy 1103 82, 128, 165 Williams, Mark 1103 82, 176 Williams, Rodney 1103 105, 199 Winn, Carol 1103 82, 176 Winningham, Carla 1103 6, 72, 73, 82, 135, 151, 161 Woodard, Bill 1103 Wright, Marla 1103 82, 175, 271 Yoakum, Tamara 1103 82 Yocum, Lori 1103 82, 160 Abney, Kevin 1113 49 Acre, Courtney 1113 49, 169, 176, 237 Adamson, Dennis 1113 Adamson, Lewis 1123 174, 180 Adamson, Lewis 1113 49, 174, 180 Adkins, Cary 1123 64, 160, 186, 220 Adkins, Cary 1113 49, 64, 160 Aguilar, Andy 1123 174 Aguilar, Andy 1113 49, 174 Alexander, Dale 1113 139, 157, 161 Alexander, Keith 1113 172 Allen, Susie 1113 Alvarez, Lucy 1113 49, 160 Andrews, Christi 1113 49, 169, 176, 271 Appleton, Ronda 1113 49, 51, 52, 143, 155, 160, 165, 172, 239 Arizpe, Erendida 1113 49 Ayres, Melinda 1113 49, 165, 182 Baker, Kevin 1113 49 Barnes, Sarah 1113 50 Barragan, Silvia 1113 48, 50, 167 Barron, Charlie 1113 41, 48, 50, 138, 166, 170, 171, 239 Bazan, Rosanna 1113 50 Beck, Erick 1113 50, 170, 171, 239 Beck, Kellie 1113 Bell, Mike 1113 50, 160, 163, 170, 171, 239 Bell, Taffy 1113 12, 48, 50, 138, 142, 143, 155, 160, 238, 271, 288, 303 Benson, Gary 1113 50 Bishop, Greg 1113 50, 55, 210, 304 Black, Melodie 1113 46, 50, 144, 239 Blair, Curtis 1113 Borders, William 1113 50, 134 Bradford, Elayne 1113 50, 53, 65, 135, 144, 146, 176, 239 Bradley, Franklin 1113 Bradley, Lin 1113 50, 174 Brown, Gloria 1113 50, 188 Brown, Jennifer 1113 41, 51, 86, 102, 138, 142, 227, 239, 288, 289 Bryson, Wally 1113 51 Burks, Ronald 1113 90, 179 Burns, Donna 1111 51 Burns, Terrance 1113 51, 139, 157, 182 Butz, John 1113 51, 55, 184, 304 Calhoun, Joann 1113 51, 160 Calvert, Clint 1113 48, 51, 127, 160, 172, 199, 239 Calvert, Jennifer 1113 51, 160 Camarillo, Sara 1113 51, 65, 134, 160, 175 Cantu, Anthony 1113 51, 104, 556, 160, 161, 170, 171, 185, 11 Carrizales, Eloisa 1113 51, 175, 0 Carson, Laveta 1113 74 Casey, Kim 1113 51 Castillo, Gracie 1113 51, 237 Cedillo, Freddy 1113 51 Cervantes, Johnny 1113 52 Chandler, David 1113 52, 176, 199, 220 Childress, Andrew 1113 52, 174 Clark, Caren 1113 52, 168, 169, 209 Clark, Shelley 1113 52, 155, 160, 163, 165, 166 Close, Chris 1113 52, 102, 104, 134, 144, 146, 147, 160, 164 Clymore, Laura 1113 52, 56, 83, 127, 144, 170, 171, 268 Coday, Wendy 1113 4, 52, 104, 148, 160, 225, 263 Coker, Eddie 1113 52, 180 Condor, Angie 1113 52, 144, 155, 160, 176, 239 Cooks, Steven 1113 52, 157, 168, 189, 193, 199, 204, 220 Cooper, Mike 1113 52, 64, 126, 168, 199, 278 Coulson, Rona 1113 52 Crawford, Anthomy 1113 87, 174, 199 Crawford, Anthony 1113 52, 87, 160, 164, 168, 182 Crenshaw, Barry 1113 53, 174 Crocker, Nettie 1113 53, 169, 175, 271 Cuellar, Jerry 1113 160 Currie, Karen 1113 53, 128, 129, 144, 146, 162, 239, 289 Davis, Anthony 1113 53 Davis, Laura 1113 53, 138, 143 Davis, Regina 1113 53, 169 Davis, Reginald 1113 53, 204 Detrick, Donna 1113 53, 271, 275 Dickerson, Keith 1113 53, 179 Dimberu, Corky 1113 53 Dishman, Katherine 1113 53, 176, 239 Dixon, Eric 1113 53 Dodson, Gene 1113 53, 292, 293 Donalson, Richard 1113 54, 199 Easley, Shirylon 1113 54 Edwards, Jolenta 1113 54, 176 Eggleston, Jackie 1113 172 E mer, Ricky 1113 54 Escobar, Dana 1113 54 Escobar, Tracy 1113 54, 160, 185, 199, 210, 251 Evans, James 1113 54, 138, 142, 161, 162 Farris, John 1113 7, 54, 60, 104, 156, 158, 159, 161, 162, 170, 171, 185, 214, 232 Farris, John 1 13 Faulknor, Timothy 1113 Fincher, Mark 1113 54, 65, 133, 230, 292, 293 Finley, Marcus 1113 54, 70, 193, 204, 220, 223 Fleming, Stephanie 1113 54, 218 Flowers, Gerald 1113 54, 157, 199, 204, 223 Forbes, Donald 1113 179 Garrett, Frederick 1113 54, 180 Garza, Cynthia 1113 58, 176 George, Larry 1113 59, 225, 268 Gerron, Leigh 1113 62, 176 Giles, Melo y 1113 64, 144, 176 Gilham, Donna 1113 64 Gish, Sam 1113 53 Gish, Samuel 1113 65 Gonzales, Debbie 1113 53, 175 Gonzales, Richard 1113 53, 174 Gonzales, Vincent 1113 55 Gray, Chris 1113 161 Green, Jimmie 1113 Gresham, Timothy 1113 55, 138 157, 271 Griffith, John 1113 55, 160, 199 220, 260 Gwin, Joel 1113 55 Hardaway, David 1113 55, 172, 178 Harrington, Sandy 1113 55, 56, 157, 160, 218 Harris, Chris 1113 55, 179 Havard, Theresa 1113 56, 271 Hayes, Veneda 1113 157 Henley, Susan 1113 56, 135, 138 143, 239, 268 Hernandez, Noemi 1113 56, 167 Herrara, David 1113 56 1 Hill, Terry 1113 77, 179 Hill, Vernon 1113 Hines, Debbie 1113 56, 155, 158 159, 160 Hollingsworth, Michael 1113 175 Hollinsworth, Michael 1113 56 Hog, Donna 1113 56, 172, 181, 3 3 Hooper, Cristi 1113 176 Hop ood, Gloria 1113 Hopiins, Charles 1113 Hopkins, Chuck 1113 56, 84 Howard, Brigette 1113 56, 144 Hreha, Davi 1113 199 Hudson, Gerald 1113 50, 56, 157, 168, 199, 220 Hudson, Neil 1113 56, 58, 59 1 Hughes, Casey 1113 56, 66, 160,' 168, 204, 205, 206, 234 Huskins, Danny 1113 56, 172 Hyles, David 1113 57, 172, 292, 293 Jackson, Daryl 1113 Jackson, David 1113 57, 179 Jaramillo, Amando 1113 57, 160 174 Jay, Kerry 1113 57, 199, 220 Jenkins, David 1113 57, 157, 174, 180, 193, 199, 204 Jimenez, Robert 1113 57, 179, , 210, 304 Jones, Jimmy 1113 57 Jones, Melissa 1113 54, 57, 127,, 160 Joslin, Donna 1113 57, 176 Kelley, Chip 1113 57, 160, 199, 220, 228 1 Kientzle, Tom 1113 2, 57, 160 Kline, Mark 1113 57, 179 Koonce, Lani 1113 57, 139, 163, 176, 239, 279 Lassetter, Donny 1113 51 Levingston, Aaron 1113 87, 174, 199 Lippe, Bryan 1113 64, 160, 199 Lobb, Jennifer 1113 58, 160, 170, 239 Lobb, Jennifer 1123 174, 180 Loggins, Julie 1113 58, 74, 143, 165, 271 Loggins, Julie 1123 64, 160, 186, 220 Lothridge, Leigh 1113 6, 48, 58, 65, 126, 144, 145, 146, 147, 160, 239, 289 Lothridge, Leigh 1123 174 Lusk, Charles 1113 58, 160, 170, 239 Maldonado, Juanita 1113 58, 74 143, 165, 271 Martinez, Jose 1113 6, 48, 58, 65, 126, 144, 145, 146, 147, 160, 239, 289 Martinez, Mary Anne 1113 59, 138 Matthews, Tammie 1113 58, 176, 271 Maxwell, Jackie 1113 Maxwell, Jody 1113 58, 172 McBride, Bobby 1113 58, 172 McClain, Cristie 1113 58 McCullar, Charlene 1113 48, 49, 56, 58, 104, 132, 148, 149, 157 239 McKeever, Greg 1113 59, 155, 160, 168, 172, 173, 189, 206, 239, 268, 269 McMahan, Dawn 1113 59, 138, 271, 288 McMillian, Steven 1113 McMurtry, Amy 1113 59 Melin, Louis 1113 59, 180 Michener, Renee 1113 59, 138 Montgomery, Leateanetta 59, 195 Montgomery, Patricia 1113 59, 195, 196 Moody, Charles 1113 48, 49, 59, 129, 138, 141, 155, 160, 164, 166, 184, 239 Moore, Deborah 1113 59, 239 Moore, Ronnie 1113 59, 180 Morgan, Jeff 1113 59, 61, 160, 199, 220 Morgan, Michael 1113 59, 179 Morris, Stephen C111 180 Morrow, Kelly C111 59, 138 Morton, Heidi C111 60, 126, 144, 147, 160, 161 Murray, Denise C111 60, 165 NziygbTroy C111 60, 139, 142, Nelson, Gary C111 60, 158, 159, 168, 199, 214, 232 Nelson, Mark C111 172 Nobels, Doretha C111 Nciolrgkester, Staci C111 60, 157, Nunn, Eddie C111 60, 75, 115, 136, 160, 170, 171, 214, 215, 239 Odom, Robby C111 60, 70, 160, 172, 199, 230, 271, 289 Ortiz, Daniel C111 60, 160, 199 Overton, Daryl C111 60, 198, 204, 222 Owen, Elaine C111 157, 164 Owens, Keith C111 182, 199, 204, 220 Palacios, Nick C111 60, 179 Parks, Kenneth C111 60, 199 Patterson, Katrina C111 165 Perez, David C111 61, 179, 268 Perley, Emmit C111 61 Petty, Ted C111 61, 172 Pierce, Gre C111 61, 179 Pleasants, Scott C111 61, 216, 217, 268 Portgr, Michael C111 60, 172, 1 Price, Anthony C111 61, 157 Quintana, Edward C111 61 Ramirez, Tina C111 80, 160, 182 Ray, Charlotte C111 61, 65, 138, 143, 158, 159, 230, 304 Rector, Jennifer C111 61, 177 Reese, Lynnette C111 61 Regalado, Alfred C111 61 Regfoigolds, Andrew C111 61, 176, Rieper, Anthony C111 61, 172 Rios, Billy C111 179 Roberts, Timothy C111 62, 199, 220, 223 Robertson, Julie C111 61, 155, 161, 176, 239 Robles, Hector C111 62, 179 Rodriquez, Gabriel C111 61 Roepke, Sharl C111 62 Saenz, Antonio C111 62, 179 Sampley, Tammy C111 62 Sanchez, Armando C111 62, 180 Sanders, Scott C111 62, 177 Sapogio, Vincent C111 62, 199, 22 Schaefer, Jeff C111 62, 70, 199 Sharp, Bobby C111 62, 179 Shipp, Jerry C111 62, 160, 168, 199 Shows, David C111 Simpson, Chrisanna C111 7, 62, 129, 142, 158, 159, 162, 170, 171, 239, 244, 251, 309 Sims, Charles C111 63 Smith, Jason C111 157, 180 Smith, Ralpheal C111 63 Smith, Ricky C111 63, 160, 168, 204, 215, 239 Snell, Kenneth C111 63, 157 Souggierland, Donald C111 62, 1 Splawn, Dean C111 63, 199, 210 Steele, Barbara C111 57, 63, 65, 144, 146 Stewart, Craig C111 63, 168, 199, 220 Story, Billy C111 63 1Story, James C111 63, 179, 188 Storz, Curtis C111 Streich, Christina C111 63, 161, 175, 199, 218, 239 'Symens, Carrie C111 'Tamminga, Anneke C111 63, 160, 172, 177 Tayggr, Gerome C111 63, 157, 1 Thedford, Christie C111 63, 169 Thompson. Jeffery C111 Thompson, Johnny C111 63, 138, 174, 183 Torres, Connie C111 64, 175 Usry, Robert C111 64, 179 Vaughn, Davie C111 160 Villarreal, Lisa C111 64, 65, 126, 134, 144, 146, 160, 227 Villarreal, Sammy C111 64, 181 Volentine, Jackie C111 64, 168, 199, 220, 223, 239 Waddy, Donna C111 64 Wade, Calvin C111 64, 160, 199 Walker, Chris C111 64 Webb, Regina C111 64, 177 Westman, Jarrett C111 8, 64, 70, 160, 186, 199, 201, 220 Wheaton, Ladonna C111 64 White, Raquel C111 64, 158, 159 182, 195, 196, 218, 227 Whitehead, Lynette C111 Whitehead, Teresa C111 169, 177 Williams, Latonia C111 Williams, Mark C111 Williams, Sandra C111 64, 176, 207, 218, 223 Willis, Susan C111 48, 64, 176, 239 Wilson, Chrissie C111 65, 177 Wilson, Jonathon C111 65, 172, 271 Winn, Melissa C111 48, 65, 148, 176, 237, 263 Witten, Sam C111 65, 172, 199 Woodley, Kevin C111 65, 130, 179, 271 Youngblood, Tom C111 65, 127, 155, 160, 214, 215, 228, 234 Adams, Belinda C121 15, 177 Adlof, Kayla C121 14, 15, 104, 148, 149, 225, 235, 237, 238, 239, 246, 247, 249, 295 Alexander, Annette C121 15, 139, 162, 282 Alexander, Dale C121 15, 28, 288 Allen, David C121 4, 14, 15, 71, 105, 128, 168, 210, 211, 228, 243, 271 Allen, Donna C121 15, 157, 177 Anderson, Dana C121 16, 177 Andrle, Karen C121 16, 139, 176, 282, 288 Annis, Donnie C121 16 Arrant, Julie C121 16, 138, 143, 176, 268, 282 Babovec, Kim C121 16, 172, 173 Banks, Beth C121 16, 148, 160, 210, 250 Barlow, Chad C121 16, 177 Barragan, Jose C121 16, 160, 239 Bates, Larry C121 16, 168, 198, 199, 220, 223, 239, 246, 247, 295 Becks, Carolyn C1 0, 0 Bonetti, Marco C121 17, 155, 160, 161, 163, 166, 170, 171, 246, 247, 296 Borders, Damon C121 14, 17, 103, 160, 239, 243, 268 Boswell, Glenda C121 14, 17, 176, 238, 239, 243 Bowers, Kraig C121 177 Braxmier, Rhonda C121 17 Brigman, Stephen C1 0, 0 Brown, Amy C121 5, 17, 65, 126, 533, 144, 145, 146, 147, 160, Brown, Andrea C121 17, 157, 165, 176, 195, 238 Brown, Mimi C121 17, 69, 138, 162, 171, 225, 239, 268, 282 Brown, Vernon C121 3, 18, 86 Bryant, Glen C1 0, 0 Bryant, Glenn C121 18, 271 Bulnes, Irma C121 18, 176 Bumpass, Tracy C121 18, 176, 239, 282 Burton, Brent C121 18, 172 Butler, Kyle C121 18, 172, 271, 292, 293 Butler, Steve C121 18, 176 Butler, Steven C1 0, 0 Cabrera, Anna C121 14, 19, 176, 237, 238, 239, 243, 271 Cabrera, Anna C 21 23 Camp, Angela C121 24, 80, 115, 127, 131, 199, 200 Cantu, John C121 18, 156, 160, 166, 170, 171 Cardwell, Craig C121 19 Carrington, Daniel C121 28, 139, 157, 177 Carson, James C121 179 Castillo, Patsy C121 23, 65, 144, 145, 165, 243, 290 Cedillo, Eva C121 19, 175 Chzradler, Cherrie C121 19, 157, 1 Chapman, Jana C121 14, 19, 176, 237, 238, 239, 243, 271 Childress, Kristen C1 0, 0 Childress, Kristin C121 19, 155, 176, 239 Childress, Robin C121 19 Clark, Randall C121 19, 180 Clem, Chris C121 19, 104, 225, 234, 237, 243, 248, 249, 304 Clemens, Scott C121 20 Clements, Cheryl C121 20, 182 Compton, Bobby C121 20, 172, 1 4 Corbin, Mason C121 20, 160, 199 Crocker, Melvin C121 Crossley, Lea C121 20, 185, 239 Dansb 199 Davis, 180 Davis, Davis, y, Derrick C121 20, 176, Anthony C121 105, 157, Brian C121 20 Evelyn C121 20 Davis, Michael C1 0, 0 Davis, Davis, Davis, Dawso 144, Mike C121 20, 160, 210 Sherl C121 21, 177 Tony C121 21 n, Melanie C121 21, 127, 145, 147, 160, 290 Defoore, Ami C121 21, 45, 138, 143, 239, 282 Degfgn. Mark C121 21, 126, 160, Denard, Allison C121 177 Denna rd, Allison C121 Denney, Matthew C121 21, 239 Devron, Heather C121 21, 40, 162, 170, 171, 177 Donalson, Darren C1 0, 0 Donalson, Demon C121 21, 188, 199 Duke, Sandra C121 21, 132, 157, 208, 238 Duncan, Gayla C121 22, 176 Duvall, Angela C121 19, 155, 176, 239 Easley, Roshann C121 28, 169, 176 Ellis, Stacy C121 31, 177 Elgnggr, Thomas C121 31, 188, Erskine, Tony C121 32, 176, 182 Esparza, Jerry C121 33, 180 Everett, Robin C121 34, 47, 71, 15, 166, 168, 170, 171, 214, 215, 236, 239, 247, 263 Farris, Rodney C121 34, 176 Firliggy, Rick C121 35, 160, 239, Ford, Randy C121 36, 177, 184, 210, 228 Fowler, Tracy C121 Freeman, Judy C121 17, 210 Fuentes, Alice C121 4 Gardenhire, Jeff C121 45, 244 Granberry, Lana C121 Grandberry, Lana C121 23, 65, 144, 145, 165, 243, 290 Grandberry, Lana C 21 23 Green, Chris C121 23, 66, 105, 185, 210 Greenhill, Kirk C121 23, 177 Griffin, Paula C121 24 Grubbs, Alan C121 24, 80, 115, 127, 131, 199,200 Grubbs, Roy C121 Grygar, Andrea C121 6, 10, 24, 138, 142, 143, 239, 282 Hall, Brian C121 24 Harris, Kim C121 24 Harrison, Robin C121 24, 157, 160, 233 Hatton, Gary C121 24 Heflin, Kenny C121 24, 199 Hernandez, Oscar C121 24 Hester, Nick C121 25, 199, 243 Hill, Marty C121 25, 177 Hill, Richard C121 25, 180 Hill, Ronnie C121 180 Hodge, Darla C121 25, 282 Hodges, Joel C121 25, 291 Hopgood, Jerry C121 25, 199, 201, 239 Howard, Sharon C121 25, 138, 157, 282 Howell, Mark C121 25, 165, 214, 222 Hughes, Dan C121 Jacinto, Joann C121 26, 176 Jackson, Stacy C121 26, 177 Jefferson, Sandra C121 26, 95 Johnson, Andy C121 26, 45, 68, 126, 155, 160, 199 Johnson, Jackie C121 26, 177 Johnson, Kathy C121 26, 45, 138, 143, 282, 296 Johnson, Kayla C121 26, 176, 182 Jones, Randy C121 Joyyner, James C121 Kennedy, Sara C121 Kennedy, Sarah C121 26, 41, 138, 143, 162, 239, 268, 282, 2 8 Kvale, John C121 27, 110, 150, 155, 168, 170, 216, 223, 239 Lacy, Anthony C121 176 Lamb, Kris C121 27, 199 Latoski, Traci C121 27, 182 Ledbetter, Denise C121 27 Love, Steve C121 27, 199 Lowe, Jerry C121 Lowe, vnngnn C121 27, 136, 162, 163, 268, 282 Loyd, Jodi C121 27, 177 Ludebano, Norma C121 19, 175 Luebano, Norma C121 27, 172, 181, 182 Luna, Julie C121 28, 176 Lyon, Lori C121 28, 135, 176, 268 Martinez, Mac C121 28, 169, 176 Massara, Bobbie C121 28, 169 Massey, Keith C121 28, 199 Mayes, Susan C121 Mays, Susan C121 28, 139, 157, 177 McBride, Dianna C121 28, 126, 146, 236, 263 McCage, Evra C121 179 MCC e, Vera C121 McC6l1ough, Judi C121 28, 104, 148, 149, 239, 263, 268 McKenna, Lynnette C121 29 McMullan, Dawn C121 29, 138, 143, 239, 282, 288, 296 Meazell, Marlene C121 29 Medlock, Pam C121 29 Miller, Alan C121 29, 176, 199 Miller, Harold C121 29, 179 Mitchell, Leonard C121 Mitchell, Tommie C121 Mitchell, Tonnie C121 Montgomery, Bobby C121 29 Moody, Laura C121 29, 177 Moon, Jenny C121 29, 177 Morgan, Mark C121 30, 41, 155, 199, 239 . Moritz, Kim C121 30, 176, 199 Moritz, Rick C121 30, 87, 180 Morris, Carrie C121 30, 68, 239 Morrison, Melinda C121 30, 176, 239 Mounce, Tiffany C121 30, 160, 236, 238. 243 Moyers, Barbara C121 30, 172, 239 Muirhead, Rodney C121 30 Nash, Joel C121 30, 199 Nelson, La Sonya C121 31, 195, 196 Nobles, Tracy C121 31, 177 O'Daniel, Michell C121 31 O'Daniel, Michelle C121 31, 177 Ortiz, Luis C121 160 Peek, Tammy C121 31, 177 Pesina, Adam C121 Pigg, Von C121 31, 115, 133, 168, 170, 171, 216, 217, 231.239, 295 Pils, Doug C121 31, 155, 160, 168, 199, 220, 239 Porter, Tammy C121 31, 172 Price, Debbie C121 31, 188, 290 Pylant, Cheryl C121 31, 175 Reaves, Deborah C121 32 Reese, Jon C121 32, 136, 160, 163, 170, 171, 214, 215, 239, 246, 247 Rhodes, Ronda C121 14, 32, 144, 145, 155, 176, 290, 303 Roach, Joe C121 32, 180 Robertson, Steve C121 32, 71, 138, 141, 155, 156, 161, 239, 243, 282, 296 Rodriquez, Barbara C121 32, 176, 182 Saenz, Linda C121 32, 177 Sanchez, Franky C121 22, 32, 160, 210, 222 Sargent, Randy C121 32, 68, 83, 86, 102, 155, 163, 170, 171, 239, 246. 247, 295 Schoonover, Sonja C121 33, 144, 145, 236, 263 Schreiber, Jody C121 33 Scroggins, Tracy C121 Seabolt, Jody C121 33, 87, 172 Seals, Kevin C121 33, 174 Settlemeyer, Scott C121 33, 180 Settlemyer, Scott C121 33 Sharon, Howard C1 0, 0 Sherwood, Glennis C121 177 Shortes, Kim C121 33 Sias, Andy C121 33, 167, 180 Sigler, Kenny C121 33, 131, 172, 243 Sims, Delma C121 33, 177,271 Six, Kevin C121 34, 170, 185, 216, 217, 246, 247 Smith, Randy C121 34, 172 Smith, Rheanne C121 34, 160, 184, 209, 210, 218, 228, 239, 296, 302 Smith, Rhonda C121 34, 181 Smith, Stephen C121 34, 47, 71, 155, 166, 168, 170, 171, 214, 215, 236, 239, 247, 263 Smith, Tim C121 34, 69, 134, 166, 170, 171 Smith, Vickie C121 34 Solis, Debbie C121 34, 175 Solis, Linda C121 35, 160, 239, 282 Starr, Tressie C121 35, 175 Street, Ray C121 35 Streich, Markus C121 35, 170 Stroope, John C121 35, 172 Symens, Carrie C121 35, 175 Taylor, Michael C121 35, 210, 285 Tracy, Bumpass C121 19, 157, 177 Trapp, Thad C121 35, 75, 105, 168, 199 Travis, Leanne C121 14, 35, 45, 148, 153, 160, 210, 234, 236, 237, 238, 239, 243 Tucker, Kerri C121 36, 177 Tuerk, Donald C121 36 Turnure, Richard C121 36, 170, 171, 239, 247 Utsey, Camille C121 36, 138, 142, 155, 282, 296 Vanarsdale, Theresa C121 36, 167, 169 Vance, Michelle C121 36, 169, 177 Vann, Michael C121 Vaughn, Jenny C121 36, 177 Vaughn, Virginia C121 36, 177, 184, 210, 228 Vick, Don C121 Vickie, Smith C121 34, 176 Villarreal, Mike C121 139 Villarreal, Steve C121 36 Watson, Heather C121 9, 36, 86, 110, 127, 138, 142, 170, 171, 239, 282 West, Patricia C121 36, 68, 84, 160, 162, 185, 239 Wettling, Colette C121 37, 182 Wheaton, Dale C121 37 White, Damon C121 37 White, Gary C121 37, 68, 174 White, Mike C121 37, 70, 135, 155, 160, 163. 166, 170, 171, 184, 185, 234, 239, 247 Whitehead, Lynette C121 37, 177, 188 Whitehead, Rodney C121 Whitehead, Wendy C121 37, 239 Wilkerson, Debbie C121 37 Wilkie, Wanda C121 38, 172, 173, 223, 239 Williams, Dianna C121 38, 143, 176, 268, 282 Vlggizams, Ernest C121 38, 180, Williams, Janell C121 38, 177 Willgams, Willard C121 38, 180, 18 Williamson, James C121 157, 168, 199 Wilson, Rob C121 38, 160 Winn, Misti C121 8, 14, 38, 104, 149, 152, 160, 224, 238, 239, 243, 247, 249, 295 Winningham, Jamie C121 38, 68 115, 158, 159, 160, 189, 239, 290, 291 Woodard, Cathy C121 38, 132, 176 Woods, Yolanda C121 39, 218 Worley, Kevin C121 Yoakum, Jolanda C121 39 Young, Kristi C121 39, 46, 65, 70, 126, 144, 145, 146, 239 Youngblood, Chris C121 39, 179 Zavala, Javier C121 39, 180 302 - Closing Congratulations Randy! 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