Westchester High School - Miacis Yearbook (Houston, TX)

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i w i V i r i r P 1 K l i i I v r 1 i i 1 r t E. . R'-"-ar MIACIS 1972 ' Volume V Wesfchesier High School Housion. Texas 4 - Opening Eagerness engulfed the atmosphere and Senior J As I embarked on This important Year, Filled with So much, l longed to encounter - Q Lite, 3 Love, And learning -- My small part in this i Huge metropolis called Westchester Was everything to me. .wil 1 2 ,JI Bicycles emerged as a new trend this year with the growing popularity of the ten speed. McCorrr i i I l 1 c k s. 'Q X 0 if , tex . fm 7 'Q 1, if fl V N E. qi' 0 '? v .X N A' 0 9 1 ,fe - ff' 1 fag., K .Q Xe -Q W f X 061 N V4 -f-A 4 A fi whqgl INN 107 Fnaswf 3 -r t dm fx u X mf uirnff 9 MD!!! H ' 9 Houston P051 'W' I 6 - Opening This was a time To find myself, Or at least To begin the search. Every action Appeared in Frenzied motion. I watched Tnis whole year Speed by like a Silent movie and I finally realized Hovv time could pass Before me. Growing up Seemed slow Until, Looking back, I vvonder . . . Where did it Go? t t it tttt mp1---.. Above left: Carl Menger helps punt Westchester to its first district title in football. Left: The Wildcats make a run toward victory. Opening Opening My education Cound no longer remain Confined within The walls of Westchester. I realized That before I found Myself completely on my ovvn I must Learn to live. School provided a nucleus Of acquired skills, While nature, VVith it's aura Of glorious subtlety And contrasting exuberance, Showed me The true depth of Life That surges beneath Human generalities. I learned to be Just as I longed to be - Exactly as God intended and Never in moderation. Q, it Opening - 9 10 - Opening ,Q , 1 ' if I zthf Right: Junior Shelly McCoy enjoys the simple art of contemplation while Senior Pat Collins continues to listen to the teacher. A fr RN. X U? s 1 f ' Q, f Q 1 A iii ' 'gf ' A , . rf, ta. if mmm -5 r S il? sw- --""' Troughout the Course of this year l came to the Conclusion That I have Tvvo choices In my life, One is to become A watcher - To be the kind Of person Who watches The World fly By, Always wondering What I can do to Make this Life a Better One. swag: i l it y yttligiyw gill H Steve Schares, freshman, wonders if all seniors act as crazy as Rob Dunbar and Jo Lederer Copposite pag I X 'CSD if .1 ,N , 'Vilas-'f f' irq Ur I can Accept the challenge And join in. By becoming involved In things that are Important to me, And participating, I no longer Have to Wonder. Left: Dave Melton, senior, rests during halftime. Below: Gary Hunt, senior, commands the attention of the Student Council Opemng -Q like X14 4555? , .l E Right: Senior Bob Schick delivers a sermon on the mall H' Below right: Seniors line up for the Senior Class picture in the parking lot Below left: Freshman Bruce Ballard states, "I promise l didn t do it Well . ' ' E 4' l. , ,, , . . if ,, ' gill J , .l H ' i' '- ml' -' , v- -l ' -' ' "Nl flff'-'lf"2 i' NE " fl-ll " i M m m wliwlw- -w,l4Jl,5 r . . Y, , f l :W .4 V, ple ll l. N Y 1 ' '- i fawlff,- ,J alll. i "Im ll J 'fl'flW"llr,lv1ws-dials-P-A ,- i l il H i S-fif'fill 1' l W 'A i f W nfl- , N, .. rJf'ff'n.5LQw,4fgw,ll-:r.W,1Wg!,, l, 1 H gf. U we ' slag! ' L! l-Elini' ' Q' ,af-eqvfi M : fn pf,,,3jg1l1ilil'1'f1' gffg'i,i-,g'f?gjf2eT?251,,saelIAQ-HZ, M5',jW,gT" e 'SFA as i ffy? eff 1, tiff 4 ., .qyewfcfg if-,L 'gi E , i New - . - - H9 ' ' ,gn ,gy -l-1 ,-ll,-,,. 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As vve go Our separate ways, Each in a different Direction, l realize l-lovv much the Whole sphere of Westchester Holds a very special Part of me. 'Xt 2 ',,ti' Senior Ann Hur paints one of many signs that boosted Wildcat spirit, Opening i?' 4 A in a 'f' -'-was Z W r.. s E 3 133.13 ed?" u A 4 ' Q A . Q X, X. K 'M Q 1 x N f x KAN. I ,X I R' iff R If """l- swf' 'n""hhunq...,..., ..-Q-......,. . Q G-0 mi , ix fl ' wr 4--' Q . I l . f 5 I l I 3' ' Academics If through my years of Education. I have achieved a sense ot Well being and belonging, Learned to be at peace Within my world, Found my own special Niche in lite, Set my goals in one direction, and found out why I am - Then all the laughter, joy, Hurt, and tears were well Worth it. I stand ready to face the world Alone. Q But it all these years have Been in vain and I am not Equipped for life Then we have all been wasting a Helluva lot of time. Chris Kelly Q Shannon Cox J ticitnctt ,Cum Dgpufl atq 'J Monov Hffeggwu gn ,L , wx no sn no X Giving 'em the business Preparation And more preparation For vvnat is yet to come. We planned tor tne Future, We learned to spend our money Wisely, To protect ourselves, The consumers, from bad Business deals, And to prepare ourselves for the Outside world. We now know what it takes to go out Alone. Right: Anne Adams and Dickie Demel enjoy the Consumer Bulletin in Consumer Education. 16 - Academics O N Q' gc? AA - A Left: When you have to go out and earn a living . . . "Life is full oi rude awakenings . . Below: Scott Whiperman, junior, manages to type with a broken arm. Academics - 17 We learned to express ourselves wma.-s Susie Lederer, junior, displays her evil traits in Canterbury Tales. Right: Ramona Jernigan and Kathleen Bell listen attentively in class, - Academics High school English Entails so much more Than learning Grammar or punctuation. During the course of my Four years in this department l often wished That mechanics dominated The curriculum. lnsteacj We read the classic. Shakespeare and Mark Tvvair The main objective Hovveve Was no easy tasl We sought t Express ourselve Creatively 'E Q r P 1. ks Ns Right: Bobby Osbourne demonstrates the art of duck hunting in English. w--Q X ' ffjf .J ur ii if N 1. ,ix ,5,, or NT' 3 an Q 'X Q . E SP2 v ,Q 1 Q ove: Tricia Woodard, junior, dances around bubbles in an English preseniation. ght: Alan Morrision and John Bevis decide to forget about reading their English. , , I ww, Z VV glil ,E oiiri V g .ig gg gig E Xml ' siai r riii i 'V i E Q Academics -19 ws nh' 7' N ,ji ,. u' Lefl: Scott Cawley, senior, revives the past in English. Below: Dianne Meushaw. . .A Chicken Delight! Canterbury Tales come alive in Mrs. Fluffs Junior English class. Y Left: Junior Shelly McCoy makes a point to her class, Left: This is the result of hard work, athletics and playing around! Bob Jenkins, Junior, sleeps in class. 5 ,Q I , 4' 1 ,V ' 1 W af Above: Doug Hammond, Freshman, checks his layout in English. Left: Take me to your Leader! Jim Dick, Junior, puts on a new face for English. Academics fi No business like show business I memorized the lines, Went lo all the rehearsals and Gave my speeches and debates in class. l learned the real art of communicating With an audience. l realized the importance of Precise, coherent speaking. Hearing the applause of a lull auditorium, Or even a small class, Was a reward of Accomplishment. F1'ight:Leesa Fons and Susan Wardlaw rehearse fora play in Drama - "Barefoot in the Park" Below: I love it, l love it!!! Frank Moon and Derrill Lawrence clown around during rehearsal. lla. 22 - Academics I LEW Robert Oakes and Kathy Cagley try out for "Barefoot in the Park." Academics - Right: We not only have to know our music, we have to have a The keg to music Rhythm, melody, and harmony Are the keys to music. We carried voice and beauty To listeners throughout the year. I We marched during halftime For cheering crowds of thousands. We were satisfied with our X Accomplishments. I Qfeaf SENSE of dll'6CIlOl1! I .C 24 - Academics Fil .4 Perfectionists produce excellence and superiority with dedicated practice. Q! Left: Band students rehearse numbers in class. Below: Choir members sightread music for concert. X. X Academics A foreign exchange I found a key to a new world. """""'. I discovered a different language. Right: Foreign language students learn to speak and Below: A student concentrates on her listening ability. Reading, writing, and Speaking in a strange tongue. Besides gaining fluency, I absorbed the history and Culture of the countries. listen with the aid of headsets. C 26 - Academics .s Y, " Q7 5 .,,.-. 1, N., so . K., .zfx af Q -yy I? Left: Robert Hadiow and Doug Hammond play around in Miss Susan Koiius' Spanish class. Below: Vera Uiate and Antonio Ponti are Westchester's versions of American Field Service exchange students. Academics - 4' Rebecca Fuge tries to become Susie Homemaker in Homemaking I. if -w.. As +he stomach turns Betty Crocker and Duncan Hines CouIdn't help me - i Rise or fall, Crumbly or gooey, It was mine. My designs weren't from Paris, But they were original. s With a spatula in one hand And pin wounds in the other, ,ss. I learned to create And to be creative. ' K W Q Jody Finch samples her creation. g xg,, Y X 28 - Academics as gg , W ggti fs is W' A ,t.,. mm to to at S9 it I if i ss K ,ti i l Above: Homemaking I class puts into practice the skills they have learned. Karen Yates models the latest in Homemaking fashion. Academics - 29 Brian McAIister does his but for germ warfare, 30 - Academics Brian Cox practices draftir If I were a carpenter lndustrial Arts . . . lt wasn't easy I developed my skill with Machinery and metal l worked with Drafting and mechanical drawing '-It l cut woodg almost as much as Myself lt vvon't help me much now But in my future, lf l were a Carpenter, or a Architect, or a Builder, or a . . . WM! R431 t , tt,tt gi ft Above: Student tests his ability with an Parker .completes a drawing in her predominantly male drafting class. machinery in workshop. Academics 35 ,',, . ' .KW W 'E r ' ll i llil t llli ' A g r , , y r f if l J A,5,1E"'- H" f if ,WWI gn' fi H F'2 , -1 iw X ' ? P Qidiixw fl y' , ? ' ., xx Vkhh ,, J A, X' if - l f """ ll A, f X .. i s vcc ' 'V - A A A 1 'ff, Y ' I yr ,- .LJ I V :fi V. . ' 5- um , Q tvgv 1 V , V I ,:'1 ,, M Math: Mission Impossible There was only one right answer, I couldn't guess from a multiple choice Or a true-false, I understood it or I didn't lt was clear-cut, Black and white. f I knew the answers - Sometimes Above: Algebra class takes a break from work. Below: What are you looking at? Gary Koch is exiled from his class. 32 - Academics r..x 1 X Blood. sweat and fears Gym was a physical challenge . . . I worked hard and played sometimes Or was it I played hard and worked sometimes Anyway, I realized my limitations And strengthened my weaknesses Page Moore feels the impact ot roller skating. Below: Karen Ballard, Sue Lister, and Alison Le Grand go rolling along in gym. -lqk M71 mad' Academics Times for both action and reflection Denise Weber assumes 53 Wranglerette standard L he position. ' Y t. g , 1 t t ! I I ? W tg fl it rf' 'N Academics if I Gym class gets high after lunch with a parachute borrowed from the track 1 Yr 1, 1 L n "' me r " ..,, Q 'U' . H .3 2 .... ' if IQ1 rr rrddr l ir. ,WM1 r Q' , X H , af' rls' gym class does daily exercises. Jove: Edwin Wood and Eric Paulsen take a breather from a rough work out. ra K W f s es. rr I Academics - 35 Through the looking glass I had lessons on life And the physical world about me. It contains amoebas, kinetic energy Craig Robinson is deep in thought over his his work. 36 - Academics And chemical equations. I was intrigued at first But as I learned rnore I was in awe. I 5 ' ,.... molecule float by. 5 s 1 l nf 3 A V l f A .s10ift1""'A'm":in 1 y, I think I've got the hang of it! Terry Brooks displays his sparkling personality in Chemistry to John Lederer. Karen Teinert takes time in Physics to watch a Academics - 37 Profiles in courage Left: Authur Simpson lends a helping hand to his class. It is my world - I did not make it. People, places, dates, Batties, Iavvs, documents . , . These made my vvorld. And I read And I memorized And I Iearned about it. I have come to know my vvorid A little better. Q' 38 - Academics if-I J. Government class listens to a lecture by Mrs. Brand .,,.,Qu-vw 'N an ,R ,. i i W' W f ' in I' I nz , f '14, rs Q ff H"Jf'S L Q ,V gk.. , V or v '- Q ' "', 1 ,A 3 e ' ' ' , ,, X fl 'Q 'Q , s. ,, o ,gf '..w' EIT? 'af' 5... -b ,. rtenant Governor Ben Barnes talked with Government ses. Jve: Alan Morrison makes a new friend in Sociology. Encouniers wiih fhings boih big and small Academics 1 i ' 3 4 2 5 5 if GW. x 1 fi? , N . H " ' N ,. N, N S . .H A K3 . Q' . ,.. A W -sf' , M. . 3' Q 3 - WWW ?5Wx" i21:L::l2i4MEQ:1:Lg,,,H- if Honors They are the top. I respect them For going after What they wanted. They worked hard, They deserve the honors. They are number One, In talent, Personality, And brilliance. Holli Dickinson Janet Lilja B if ' -'ilu 'E .., . ,, .-vm. , . KH v 1 x , i i 5 S .. .J 5 3 E2-pi I Q S rm. 1 Q x 7 l'Estoy numero uno - l'm number one." Garg Graves Outstanding Spanish Student "Mark Twain once said, 'Whenever the literary German dives into a sentence, that is the last you are going to see of him until he emerges on the other side of the Atlantic with his verb in his mouth' " Bob Slagle Outstanding German Student "Latin yields an understanding ot all languages." Mike Minton Outstanding Latin Student "ln the vvords ot Candide, tWe must cultivate our garden' " Karen Teinert Outstanding French Student Honors 43 "Even though I do not intend to majc music, the experience I have receive being involved in the band program provided a base for a sourc "WrangIerettes has been very special to continued enjoyment throughout me because l have learned the value ot Ii working closely with other people and hovv much I value their friendshipft Andg Graf Linda Lodge Outstandir Outstanding Band I Wranglerette Student 1 w Q., f . '44-5-'1 A. at A, 44 - Honors A 'Qc' ly " if 1 1f 599.0 -i -f ., x X 'figs ss! v , 6 I ni y, I 'i ,.' ji ' .1 s -g -. 1 if ,M , J 43. in .. Z' it 3QIf1ffQ?f'f iii- .LA . S iM "The duality of the news media nere is inversely proportional to its ability to function in a real-lite situation." David Risher Ediior of El Gafo "To rne, journalism is tne cornerstone ot the world Chrisiine Fuge Ediior of Miacis UI believe with the 18-year-old vote, the government of the United States realizes the importance of the role ot youth in America." Paul Losch Dutstanding Student Government Below: 'Through my close relationship vvith Mr. Flollo, I have learned that l can accomplish things I don't think are possible," Rick Gillespie Outstanding Drafting Student '4-1+ f ' it-ff' if l"""X 1 i Wai- It 'X . ethyl, t'The knowledge l have gained through the study of homemaking has prepared me for the responsibilities of college, career, and future family life," Cathg LaRue Outstanding Homemaking Student Below right: 'tlvtetal Shop has molded my character." Larrg Dunn Outstanding Metal Shop Student Left: t'lNhen l first signed up for Wood Shop I thought it was a place to buy wood, but look at me now." Brad Buescher Outstanding Wood Shop Student Honors - 47 'I i V fx s fl, -f it - r if si "Participation in any type of sport will always strengthen a persons character." Janet McMillan Outstanding Girl P.E. Student "P.E. has made me a man." Herbert Hollowag Outstanding Bog P.E. Student Right: "Choir nas meant a iot to me because it is an experience I can snare vvitn otner people," Virginia McGovern Outstanding Choir Student 8 - Honors is ,rv iw.. fi "There is intelligent life on earth, but we are just passing through . . .ln the beginning, there was physics, from which sprang chemistryintullvigor . . . Then came biology, the union of them both . . . and then there was man." Brian Kerr Dutstanding Science Student Joe Clement Outstanding Science Student Honors - -uf Above left: "I've never received such satisfaction or enjoyed a subject more." Barbara Marshall Outstanding Art Student Above right: "No entertainment is so challenging as drawing, nor any pleasure so lasting." Felicia Bond Outstanding Art Student Right: "Cosine, secant, tangent, sine, tnree point one four one tive nine." Garg Graves Outstanding Math Student 50 Honors 1 QQI, l I 3 K Far left: t'Sing, play, and dance together. Be joyous." Debbie Barrington Outstanding Orchestra Student Left: "Having been in orchestra, I have learned to better appreciate music and its composers." Dede Tulloch Outstanding Orchestra Student Bottom left: "If God had meant for me to take English, I would have been born with a thesis sentence." Larrg Dickson Outstanding English Student Bottom right: 'II think, therefore I am, CI think . . .j" Roxanne Green Outstanding English Student Honors 52 - Honors VOE nas been a great experience for me." Barbara Bogle Outstanding VOE Student "DE nas given me an insight to the true business vvorld, vvnicn, unfortunately, I will soon become a part of." Ross Nager Outstanding DE Student "I nope to pursue my interests in social studies to enable the principles of our government to be effective in practice as well as in theory." Cathg Blumenthal Outstanding Social Studies Student "Fora government of any form to survive, its citizenry must be educated, and in some cases indoctrinated, to the ways of that government. Mark Gochenour Outstanding Social Studies Student A .,.-1,51 'iiifffiiz JE 25,313 Iq, Y . 'ff-vp .fa- ,.,- f ,-gi lla Y L K nf'-4' I would like to think l could be a mirror of man, r we must always see ourselves more clearly." Stephen Cowie Outstanding Drama Student all 11, 'W Below left: "The history ofthe world is written in the blood of broken hearts and punctuated with the bits and pieces of shattered dreams." Bob Schick Outstanding Debate Student Below right: "Debates pretty good, but de fish ain't biting." Larrg Dickson Outstanding Debate Student Honors - 53 is " r Sv V 3 S 5 34129 U R,Homecon?1ingfQueen X l , 1971 K 'i ' ' M 1 W " , . Q G - AWAA V ,V an 4: ,I , 1' v, 3 - ,X . . , w- mvmwfijf nm -QQM J QQ fair' ' 1 f M- ,f Q, 4 , fan! 361 Q, , mr 'xsimgf Q' . ,, I Mt , . I ,,-0, A W9 4? Q 1 , fm ' Q vw F P 2 , go ,firqif Lg W 5 Q 4? I 51 , ,af V f fwzf .' ' 55438, pang M3 I S 9 A Q, ,K if ,Q V If Q Q W in j, N V gg , Q A v I Lefsos MPAA .-. A V 014 ,.-L . ss, TL Vi V i " ,f . 'V' ' . 5 My W ' . M. - a , ,,,. . Q 'V , - 'V 2 fl' 1 4 V Q f ia 'f' A 9 iw Q I if M ii A L . W, , l W 5 ,.,WY, l H Q M ,, U iA V ,. V f if f -f"' a gf ' i ' lf Q A ff' 5 rf lp lfw f AW 1 Qfvw y aff! ? M 1 V M j -b , M '. , if - M ,wi v in .:,., , 1 'fK',Wf'5 .W 3 I AlNL,' 'W qs' "nr xy? f 1.43 Y' ,, 'M ,uf 5 . fi . 314 A , Q4., 1 x x',k'. Sue Hur Sieve Mr. a'ndfMiss Junior 75 fllf ffl V A X. atv 4 'bf' yn N 1 'Ml' 'L Moo 5 ,431 rf' Anne Adams and Bruce Fincher Mr. and Miss Westchester finalists Finalists The title itself has little consequence, But this honor is very important. ln a school the size ot Westchester, where just being noticed is a problem, it means l've made a lot of friends. Above: Barbara Mudd and Neil Snyder, Mr. and Miss Westchester finalists. Right: Julie Fieiland Csittingj and Linda Letsos, Homecoming Queen tinalists. Honors Below: Dale Prior and Cathy Lischka, Junior finalists if gt! S 1 jx 'rs . lui Above, right: Debbie Albertson, Junior finalist. Bight: Jeff Wakin and Marcella Gray, Sophomore finalists. Next page, top left: Trea Roby and Cindy Feste, Freshman finalists. Top right: Gary Triplett and Mona McMurray, Sophomore finalists. Bottom, left: Bryan Boynton and Kristi Utt, Freshman finalists. Bottom, right: Susan Erwin, Sophomore finalist. 60 - Honors in ml? ., a-I ' ,, 'ig 5 ' if W,,,zh A wi kv 4 n lf. Y, :af Honors - 61 fs -My f,,j' 'sf 1 2. , ff 4 E ri v v I9 1, ' 'fx X ,ar 'Qw- W 1 'Nr . A 35' V ,bfi Activities Participation means Belonging. By joining into life We tried to become A group while clinging To our own individuality. Working, playing, laughing And crying - Through all the activities Cboth organized and spontaneousj I searched to find Myself. Georgann Austin Donna Ramsey 64 - Student l'm new here Orientation represents more than Just learning your classes. Walking through the arches For the first time . . . They really appear to be "Tall and stately." Everything that is old and vvorn To seniors, Excites, thrills and even scares me. Maybe l'm a little naive but After eight years of education I finally have a name - Freshman. Making new friends is an important part of orientation. ' x 11,21 i X3 E , ai I tx ' l l .lv-ya- Left: Students take time out to get acquainted. 5 Q fm 3 i fi ert Hadlow and Doug Hammond, freshmen, gossip about summer adventures. --you didn't even give me time to Say ' cheese!" Tim Austin, Student Life - 65 J -fi , 'W mf? Putting your best foot forward on the first day of school. if fi- 1 'L 6 ff. r N. F' ff-f'+I f-ewQ.,f.,f4 iw., N r ,,, N f '-Your-i f-.- i ,Q A wqfi, 39 , ,Q ' f . ' , Y f 4.1. I it V , ...., s r , if-Wf,...ft n ? , , ti... , rrrr t , rrrr i 'Wk ', , Alf' M it rrr :11 ' ,,r Zagllz ' ' , Qi: - e ?l4Y' h'S' "N . Qld "'e'1f1S9efbackiogeihefagain- Beth Stevens, junior, escapes the over-population of oper i Ronnie McCreight, sophomore, and Kate ' Lawrence, junior. 66 - Student Life August 23, 1971 lt seemed impossible That my whole summer could have Slipped by. This was but the first of many days Brimming with hopes, plans And futures. With so many faces Cold and nevvj Walking beneath the arches The computer seemed lndispensible. And once again I found that I must transcend Becoming just another Number. Left: "But Mrs. Billing, my dress isn't any shorter than yours," ee, you couIdn't get the car today either." Bicycles became permanent fixtures at Westchester this year, Student Life Q fi 5, - 67 ,vi Peace-loving Marcy Williams exhibits her undying enthusiasm. 68 - Student Life Right: Kay Slelzig displays the winning form that won Wranglereltes first place at S.M.U Below: A football player gets ready for that big game ahead Ab. Right: Band members polish skills What do you mean improper school attire?" G , ,. in-wi' Striving for perfection 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 7 - 8. As a new season Creeps nearer, l see preparation Begin. Many long, hard hours Are spent in Grueling practice. When I see the Accomplishments Reaped from the Effort Put forth, I can't help but feel Proud. Student Life - 69 E, ,,,i, , 5 2 ,, sy , 1 ,Q if A 4 f if ri. . , ,f After the Pasadena game Elizabeth McKim, senior, makes a big play for 70 - Student Lite senior Bobby Osbourne. The fever of spirit Almost as a fever, Our Wildcat Spirit is Contagious. We move in unison Toward one constructive objective -- Spirit. lt involves 20 times more than Just a Saturday night Game. The pep rallies, house wrappings And spirit sticks Mean so much more - Action, Excitement, Enthusiasm, And fun. if Tri-Theta girls prepare a big shock for the mailn pw W Left: A test of "true grit" - rain. Below: Cynthia Thurber gives it the old HEAVE-HO while wrapping houses. up it-9133 wma? Student Life - I i t to t t ,V 'A 4 .w ww N Right: V is for victory - motto of the Wildcats. f 1 ' ...f-111 11:-:-ff -V - of v'1.1:2'f'2f.fl'-F' ,ff . .. -':'t's+:-:f f'?ifffAf7 f" ., - , Q5axagw:fs,.:f:1-v-fffA,f f 1, .. ..-4 - -ww. ,. -1 - i .1 1' it . -"" V A I ' fiff- ' t .- V' ' 'V .. Q' -- f' -V' " iff ' -' - " ' 4 'J nt. 1 V Y -'wwf Y- .Y-tc:-wt. 1 effrwttnfn, 'M'-'whvapj-H 1w-- ' -. Y ,WMWVW t,,hg,,!,,,f WMALQ-Y MMI'-Hn ',f4,gg,c55-WM5' W,t? :'f:4eiw.......t un- - , Mr milf-x 1.- ii ff bi fit E5 72 - Student Life ans back cats all the wag Pep rallies were the big excitement on Friday mornings. We stood behind the Wildcats through Thick and thin . . . Sometimes cheering them on to Victoryg Other times consoling them in their Defeat. Above: Senior boys liven up pep rally. Left: Lynn Furber gets in a good yell for the team. Student Life - 73 Right: Paul searches for his mother-in-Iavv's pink pills. Above: Mr. Velasco tries to tempt Mrs. Banks. Right: Frank Moon adds excitement to the role of 74 - Student Life Paul Bratter. Barefooi in ihe Park Corie Bratter ..,., Paul Bratler .... Mr. Velasco ..... Telephone Man .... Delivery Man ...,. Mrs. Banks ,... . , , , .Susie Ater ,.,..Frank Moon . . .Derrill Lawrence . . . . . . .Robert Oakes ..........MikeAlford . . . . . . . . .Cathryn Frangakos Understudles .... ......,..,.. B arbie Speckhard Below: Mr. Velasco urges Paul to try his cooking. Leesa Fons, Kelly Broussard The excitement of opening night As I watched. The lights dimmed, The crowd grew silent, And the actors sprang to life. Barefoot in the Park - Just a story Of a boy and girl And their life Together. Right: Derrill Lawrence as Mr. Velasco captivates his audience. Below: Susie Ater performs in Barefoot in the Park. A drunken husband exhibits unusual bi 76 - Student Life ,J , s. Banks attemps to explain why she spent the night at Mr, Velasco's, Student Life - 77 Katie Luby, senior, accompanies the Chorale in "Go Forth Ye America." Right: A lot of hard work on the part of all the choirs resulted in the success of the concert. 78 - Student Life Right: "Black is the color of my true love's hair?" sings Steve Frederick, junior. Chorale sings out Harmonies, Melodies, i irii its W'-xx. Half notes and whole ones All these things Comprised our Production. We combined all Our talents And ambitions Toward One special goal. We strove to Make this concert The most beautiful of all - The Fall Festival. Above: "Flower of Beauty" 'and "Ezekiel Saw the Wheel" are but a few of the selections led by Mrs. Mary Anderson. Left: Sophomore Gail Murray lifts her voice in song. Student Life - 79 5, W u ! -ISQ. , V, T- EV 1? A- if :F-M. 229 r fx J M 2 QQ ws? '--Was : A3 wif :EY E .WW W .srzlix '3M'n"' e ' 9 rue- ,IQ .Wa ,I Lp. H' , 'Wg 'N , f'l3f 'f Q4 as 1 -' Q Wm, 1 H . h i , f m ,N M X 1 . H K4 M 11 3 Q -1 L Q f , fig 114 W Q gi. W X S , 3 V. Y N X R L, 1. vw ' fi 'W 'S M PM x A ? We Seniors' farewell performance One day I legally skipped homeroom And saw the Senior Talent Show. lt was strange to realize That this was the seniors' Last time to Show oft. Far left: Gary Watkins and his magic water relieve homeroom boredom. Left: Derrill Lawrence serves as MC. I' vs. . . . , ' ' ' 7777? JQL Above: Seniors Salty Thompson and Doug Lacy entertain with "Concorde," Left: Mindy Davis and Elizabeth McKim along with other senior girls are reminiscent of 1950 cheerleaders. Activities - 81 AML , 4, has V . fx' 15+ gr 1 in We Something's burning The stockpile grew As the Senior Boys piled on Tons of wood lFound in the oddest placesl. Finally, all was ready. The suspense mounted And rose to a peak When the bonfire was ignited. Flames blazed into the sky, Then gradually diminished to a Few glowing embers. But even though the fire had died, The spirit and unity surged on, An omen of the forthcoming Victory. Upper left: The bonfire was made possible by the efforts of the Senior Boys Club. Lower left: Robert Oakes and Bobby Walsh, seniors, take time out to goof around. Below: Many personal messages top the stockpile. lb.- WN V ,9 Y, gig ' o I fi X.. 5454 QM . ww U ,Mft-f f '. 43,A,,, K my ' wie? Q pw .Wg ' x sz' fr A Q A This important game accomplished A very unique feat. For once Westchester was United in spirit. People who never cared before Echoed Victory throughout Westchester's longest pep rally. Right: Scott Jenkins, senior, welcomes home Bruce Tough, a returning graduate. Y ' Q rr 3' p , Au, K A . Q Activities - 85 A real occasion to come home fo Above right: Bo Dunphy and Lynn Furber, seniors, congratulate Becky Walker. Right: Band twirlers Iimber up before the half-time performance and Becky's Coronation. Activities Two crowns Were at stake On that Brisk Saturday Night - District and Homecoming Queen, And only one Could win each. The disappointments Could never Dim the Excitement Of such A memorable Game, Filled with A total Atmosphere of Victory. .Q K Left: Becky Walker expresses everyone's enthusiasm with her beaming smile. Below: Finalists, Julie Fteiland and Linda Letsos with their dates, George Benson and Gary Seaback anxiously await Conroe's defeat. 3 'fag Q 1 l Activities t X we 'ff Y -87 Right: Jim Greenfield tries for a basket. Upper left: Gary Koch and Danny Smith seem more interested in the photographer than in the basketball game. Lower left: An anonymous student bundles up against the cold. it r gs 88 - Activities .ta--6 Upper left: Dan Daneff and Sherry Weems pick out a Christmas tree. Below: Derrill Lawrence offers refreshments to the Speech Tournament crowd in January. Lower left: Miss Susan Kolius finds the decisions in the tournament difficult, SSI?- V4 ,fact Welcome winter Winter descended upon us ln bits and pieces. Leaves still clung to the Trees at Christmas - And we were barefoot on New Years Coats and gloves came out At varying intervals Only to be put away again. But by and by lt came, stayed, And dominated our existence With brisk winds and Houston's ever present Winter rains. Activities Thinking Snow Even though our theme of Snow Was hardly realized, A search for fun at the Future l-lomemakers Formal Was shared by all -- No matter what grade, Group, Or mind we were in. This was a great occasion To celebrate Just being alive. Above right: Karen Thorpe, Will Paulsen and Randy Smith, Csophomoresj, enter the formal, Below: Larry Taylor Cpictured Ieftj and Eric Paulsen Crightj take advantage of the slow music. 90 - Activities Right: Cathy LaRue, senior, watches the crowd. ,,,,.-""' Right: Senior Holli Dickinson and Memorial Senior Jim Lowrey contribute to interschool relations. Below: Walt Waldhauser, senior, swoons over Junior Cath Saad, Bottom right: Antonio Ponti dances "American StyIe." f n .i.ic i Activities - 91 f N 7 , r Above right: Mark Gocnenour, Flusty Jackson, Ted Clegg, and Mark Collins show the true spirit of the old west. Above left: Playing cowboys and Indians can be hazardous to your health. Right: "l'm just an old cowhandf' sings Mike Homeyer to Kyle Alexander, 92 - Activities i Head 'em up Donning western gear Straight from the 19th century, We dressed up and "Played cowboy." Hats, boots, jeans and vests Can't make a ranch hand Out of everyone, But these clothes Along with hair styles Out of this time Help bring back a little of The Hgood ole days." "ht Wfli l 5 'O Left: "Big Chief" Nancy Lacy on Western Day smiles like an lnjun. Above: Western dudes Jimmy l-licks and Mark Kobdish size up the photographer. Activities Right: Juniors Steve Cook and Pete Boyd wade through thousands of carnations, Below: Holli Harris, freshman, wonders who her secret admirers are. ww Q- V ins-...H Mx Sophomore Richard Fleetwood receives his 94 - Activities A lil-He bil of love Gnce again The juniors united And convinced our student body, That everyone really could buy Love In the form of their carnations. They were more than glad To supply these Beautiful creations ln great abundance And profusion - For a small price, of course. W., , f 1 I + .ff 1 'G' 'Jeff , ,235 -,F in 'NJ M.. 1 left: Senior Kerri Cobb candidly clutches her colorful carnations, Jve: Juniors Marie Wilmer, Alice Gentry and Peggy Anderson write the 542. ,c .ss g ,,, Nw! K ' " 1 TNT, 3' . . if! if .iff i. 5 ,K V' , .. , t. - i i ,.' S f 1 f A 4 1 . 5 o . - . 3 ' ' T X L. T .,t,., . sw T . ' 4, K 5 names of the lucky recipients. Activities R l Opposite page: Karen Hand, Ellen Burger, Charlene Franklin, and Laura Emery will do anything for carnations Calmostj, Upper left: Susan Hull thinks that carnations are the greatest. Upper right: "lf you were as sexy as l am you'd get carnations, too." Senior Jack Bates. Middle right: It only takes a little to make Michelle Botard happy. Lower right: Junior Ward Starrack sneaks off with the goods. Red. white and pastel 96 - Student Life valentines Day A rainbow of colors Were seen in the hails On February 14th. and Carnation Day - One and the same at Westchester, With happiness For some, Disappointment For others. Student Life K K Right: Junior Judy Wavpotich searches for , her reflection. r Above: Junior John Petruzzi psycnes out ---""""'M over his new purchase. Right Juniors Bob Scheibe and Dave fffq Mansen fight over whose ring is the best. ' , 98 - Student Life we I f 4.1, nn was Mn , J. eg, 'lake wag for seniors '73 ter years of admiring every other senior ring e finally got my ovvn. is is my symbol of accomplishment, tally, being "Upper Class" ith all its traditions, privileges and responsibilitiesj vvithin my grasp. ough we all may have different stones or settings tere is one Congruency ch and every ring says Class of 73", iior Robin Mitchell shows off her new ring to freshman Laurie Blaker. Student Life - 99 ,ii W ' HI hmm U mi- X' wi- H , 'mai 5390899 E Right: Seniors Jackie Baldwin and Dan Daneff clown around -- Student Liie , aviation techniques. defying the laws of gravity. Opposite page left: Part of growing up is saying good-bye. Seniors Steve Carter and Phil Mattalino Left: Bruce Fincher and John M. get some practice in Below: Senior Russell Page kills time until graduation by I+'s onlg the beginning We stand on a threshold Ot experience. Equipped only with Knowledge, eagerness and enthusiasm, We scarcely know what lies ahead. We've grown and matured So much since our first Encounter. Perhaps a lot ot the Innocent naivete is gone, Replaced by sophistication, Assurance, And pride. But we are ready to face it all - Come Hell or High water- Our spirit shines Through our plans and futures. The world awaits, Student Lite - 101 ,A gf, , ,, lk W ,A-.Q lawn HMG. 9 Z +08 'ni iff 33639 3. 55 Qi' , I"'-1 "5- ls. 4 in, Organizations Being involved is the key to Organization. Attendance this year Proved Westchester to Be a school full of Joiners. Our honors abounded As the results of Participation. Whether we were members Ot Miacis, the Band, Wranglerettes Or even the Chess Club We all felt a real Sense of belonging. If clubs are your thing, The Westchester is the Place to do it. Susan Vingoe Chris Graf Wrapping it up . . . Wrapping houses - That's the main thing l'll remember about Tri Theta. All the toilet paper In the trees -- And what a mess for the Football players If it rained! But l'Il also Remember the club Simply because it made My Senior year A little bit better. OFFICERS President. . .Ann Hur Vice-President. , ,Nancy Lacy Secretary. . .Malinn Boswell Treasurer. . .Nancy Dobbs Sergeant at arms. . .Lynell Brand Sponsors. . .Miss Rebecca Basil Mrs. Cathryn Rae wzfgrfff 'A ' 1 ti.. , ,Y ff-"M at-f sq.,-Q-Q OFFICERS: Lynell Brand, Ann Hur, Nancy Dobbs, and Malinn Boswell conduct a typical Tri Theta meeting in the gym. 10 - Organizations H, :H lg Q ,M Q' Q Y I its-W ,rf A L LVZV . ,Z .V y - "'L, LVM' N V x Seniors '72 1972 . . . My senior year . . . Four years at WHS . . , Now, only memories. All that hassle about Setting the example For all the other grades . . lt sure was fun. OFFICERS President. . .Bruce Fincher Cpictured at leftj Vice-Presidents. . .Tres Lorton Vice-Presidents. . .Wally Harris Secretary. . .Keith Weaver Treasurer. . .Dave Grove' Sergeants at arms. . .Allen Morrison .Bob Wall Sponsor. . .Mr. Jack King .Q 3 1 gg Organizations - 105 ,iff 'Q Z Q ,if r, 106 - Organizations 11 1 -I' Band members create spirit during the game. Tony Pucciarello, feature twirler, shows her tal - 3 5 N . . .,......wv4-Q M 5 , ,W ,. M Wildcat Band marches proudly onto the field. The beat goes on . . Tne Wildcat Band. l'll never forget Those after-school Practices. Hot, Humid, But somehow Fun. l guess it's the people . , My friends . . . Making music together. OFFICERS: Drum Major. . ,Andy Graham President. . ,John Thomason Secretary. . .Patsy Montgomery Treasurer. . .Gregory Alexander Librarians. . .Barbara Lewis .Dianne Stewart Sponsor. . .Mr. John Hammerle Organizations .,, , K,,,. as new ., .f 108 - Organizations MILITARY OFFICERS Drum Major, , .Laurie Ives Captains. , .Jane Stanberry Jan Youngman Linda Lodge 1st Lieutenants. . .Barbara Michaels Jaime Naquin Terri Wnaien 2nd Lieutenants. . .Karen Teinert Janet Lindsey Melinda Faggard GeneraI's Aides. . .Fran Prudhomme Sue Stansberry I Drum Major Laurie ives sparkles at halfti 4 F Angthing for kicks Kick, kick, kick . . . SMILE! Heads up . . . SMILE! Sometimes I thought l'd faint Other times I couIdn't stop laughing Or crying. Pep rallies, the games, And the Astrodome. Oh, l'II remember them But I will never forget The fellowship ot 94 ot EXECUTIVE OFFICERS President. . .Linda Lodge Vice-President. . .Laurie Ives Secretary. . .Terri Whalen Treasurer. . .Karen Teinert Reporter. . .Marie Clay Sponsor. . .Mrs. Charlotte McCormick Organizations 109 To laugh, lo org . . . lo create l'm a Thespian - A performer. I like being in front of A lot of people. Barefoot in the Park Was a great production. Laughter of a pleased audience Makes all the hard work Pay oft. OFFICERS President. . .Robert Oakes Vice-President. . .Janie lvletzler Secretary. . .Suzanne Kelly Treasurer. . .Barbie Speckhard Sponsor. . .Miss Sandra Shelton Right: Thespian officers Liz Day, Suzi Kelly, and Barbie Speckhard clown around during a rehearsal. Below: Susie Ater and Derrill Lawrence practice for Barefoot in the Park. H7 I -' gg """' HM. 'H M 110 - Organizations arm . . l i i sl officers Clay Lounsbury, Gina Moreland, Tom Rollins, Bob Schick, Larry son, and Michelle Holland pose with debate trophies. Bob Slagle, Candice Howard, and Jimmy Lawrence simulate a cross-examination debate. Battle of pros and cons National Forensic League . . . Debate - What a year! Winning sweepstakes at Bellaire, Having our own tournament- Trophies in the debate room Prove that winning is not Uncommon To Westchester debaters. OFFICERS President. . .Bob Schick Vice-President. . .Larry Dickson Secretary. . .Gina Moreland Librarians. . .Clay Lounsbury Tom Rollins Historian. . .Michelle Rolland Sponsor, . .Mr. Jim Hull Organizations - 111 Sports writer Paul Smith, feature writer Scott Wipperman, cartoonist Kyle Alexander, and circulation manager Nancy Leisenring plan copy. if E .ace ' Hou :wuz-Y HILL, AQ lun Q, -fr' 'ttr ld tl Feature writers Jane Mange and Sherry Weems, and news writers John Knoblesdort and Becky Mize work to meet a 112 - Organizations deadline. Feature writer Jimmy Lawrence and news writer David Brown obtain quotes from taped interviews. W i B.. ,gi . . Q- . Ns " , --.Q L X . DN.. if T was A fx Dj iv' in Ki- 45 wise A K -145' Q-w-mn-nf Editor David Ftisher and assistant editor Ross Nager discuss topics for a coming issue. New look for el Gato Deadlines and more deadlines. Sometimes I was in the biggest Panic! This year vve had a vvhole New el Gato - That meant more pictures, More pages, And a lot more to do for those Deadlines every other vveek. Sometimes I'd be so nervous About getting a story done - I had to force myself To be creative. The school was really surprised With the new el Gato. In fact, sometimes I vvas just as Surprised with the paper As the school vvas. Above: Advertising manager Margaret Louderback and ad salesmen Susan Klingman and Pat Touchy enjoy the finished paper. Left: Feature editors Larry Dickson and Melinda Mallia, and news editor Lynell Brand workin a relaxed atmosphere. Organizations - 113 f! .N - i -if-gi. fyxi .- -. A f -V .lrr W V: - fi I .- W 47 f 5,15 f N 1' l 4 AY 1 'V ",, Y' f Yearbook staff members include Cseatedj Janet Detamore, Steve Davies, Shannon Cox, Barbara Lester, l-lolli Dickinson, Joel Richardson, Qstandingj Elaine Ellison, Chris Graf, Gayle Conner, Jill Van Ert, Janet Lilja, Susan Vingoe, Kathi Atwood, Lee Morey, Christine Fuge, Chris Kelly, Georgann Austin, Cback rowj Anne Adams, Sue Shaffer, Nanci Lacy, Donna Ramsey, and Kate Lawrence, Not pictured are Michele Henriott and Pat Islas. Miss Judy Gossett, sponsor, is new to Westchester's Journalism Department this year. 114 - Organizations L, i. S Just for the memorg i g Like all journalists, Miacis staff Members were pressured by deadlines, ' Yet I enjoyed it because it pertained To my life at Westchester. I poured over the proof books, Trying to find pictures that were both Funny and sad. Capturing the events of a whole year . an In Westchester life is both an Educational and a sentimental task. I am always just as excited as the Rest of the students because there ls always an aura of suspense Surrounding the yearbook. Above left: Freshman Editor Elaine Ellison serves as counselor to troubled staff members. Below left: Working on Miacis can sometimes be frustrating, illustrates Chris Kelly. MIACIS STAFF Editor . . . Christine Fuge Assistant Editor . . . Lee Morey Academics . . . Chris Kelly Shannon Cox Activities . . . Georgann Austin Donna Ramsey Advertising . . . Anne Adams Kathi Atwood Kate Lawrence Senior Class , , . Pat Islas Nanci Lacy Junior Class . . . Gayle Conner Sophomore Class . . . Steve Davies Freshman Class . . . Elaine Ellison Jill Van Ert Organizations . . . Susan Vingoe Chris Graf Sports . . . Sue Shaffer Janet Detamore Business Manager . . . Michele Henriott Picture Editors . . . Barbara Lester Joel Richardson Advisor . . . Miss Judy Gossett Organizations - I 15 116 - Organizations Print, print. print! Print requests and picture requests By the dozens! Some days I could have Stayed at the school all night, And never have finished Printing up all the pictures. Everyone began to recognize me - With my camera slung over my shoulder, Always eager and hungry for . An interesting picture. Members of the Miacis and el Gato staffs Keep Westchester photographers t'On the spot," PHOTOGRAPHERS Head Photographer . , , Walt Waldhauser flower rightj Photography Staff . . , Butch Mahoney qmiddle rightj Robert Oakes Cupper Ieftj Sue Shaffer Qupper rightj sf! M' A I .. ,X ' . 1,--sg3.i,f-71f,isgr:-1.ss.A.',-1, 1 'if 'fifffvu .. , W ik r me x f -in it N ,ff . les Officers Cathy Blumenthal, Roxanne Green Steve Cowey, and Shelly Palmer manage an active club. True genius I never really pictured Myself as outstanding in English, But English Honor Society Selects only a limited number For the organization. Sometimes l was surprised At my creativity, And I think our literary magazines Turned out vvell. English Honor Society provides An outlet for me to express My ideas in a creative manner. OFFICERS President . . . Steve Cowey Vice-Presidents . . . Roxanne Green Shelly Palmer Treasurer . , . Cathy Blumenthal Secretary , , . Cindy Harper Becky Fricke, junior, enjoys the social aspect of English Honor Society meetings. Organizations - FHA Officers - Cathy La Rue, Jean Parker, Betsy Holder, Amy Wilson, Mary Alice Langford, Donna Adams, Carolyn Brothers, and Katy Adams maintain uniform appearance. A woman's touch I became a Future Homemaker. 118 - Organizations Because I was interested In cooking, sewing, and fun, We sent cookies to the boys In Vietnam, Adopted beaus at a picnic, And our "Daddy Date Night" And FHA formal A Were definitely unsurpassed. i OFFICERS ' 3' A W President . . , Betsy Holder Vice-Presidents . , . Jean Parker r' Carolyn Brothers 'izihi A A Kathy Adams Amy Wilson Secretary , . . Cathy La Ftue Treasurer . . . Mary Alice Langford Good attendance characterizes FHA meetin Historian . , . Donna Adams Sponsor , , . Miss Kari Fuquay i , in L...----'-'Hi Ai 1 Forever in school When l finally get Out of school, I vvant to come back, lt will be my turn To give the tests And the lectures - That's vvhy l joined Future Teachers of America. This year We tutored, Taped for the blind, And enabled our sponsor To go to the state convention ln Dallas. If l really do become A teacher, l'll have some good Background. OFFICERS President . . . Cindy Thurber Vice-Presidents . . . Kay Klotz Janet McDonnold Secretary . . A Jamie Onstot Treasurer , . . Sharon Altwein Parliamentarian . . . Diane Meushaw Historian . . . Sandy Abernethy Sponsors . , . Mrs. Johnetta Scheh Mr. Jim Cotterell Left: Secretary Jaime Onstot listens to a speaker at an FTA meeting, Aboves President Cindy Thurber displays certain goals for her club by means of posters. Organizations - 119 Officers Collins VanNort, Bob Schick, Paul Lonquist, Keith Weaver, and Johnny Walker happliy count money in the club treasury. K I I ,.,,,,,,m,w.-,W. .1 v--,-.-.,,,, Under lock and keg Key Club has always been A popular club at Westchester. The March ot Dimes Drive Was a big project, But we performed service All through the year. The Beauty Walk Always attracts crowds - with Westchestefs prettiest girls At one house. An international club - Continually growing. OFFICERS President . . . Bob Schick Vice-presidents . . . Johnny Walker Collins VanNort Secretary . . . Paul Lonquist Treasurer . . . Keith Weaver Sponsor . . . Mr. Tom Fteveley 120 Organizations Iii. wir 'gin-nk .im X Lf- Girls' paradise is a Key Club . .myx mn faces at a meeting: Beth Shaffer and Kathy Johnson. All smiles are Keyette officers Marybeth Schick, Felicia Bond, Cindy Harper, Malou Henderson, and Sue Magnusson. Female assistance When someone came into my Third period class and gave me A yellow flower, l knew that I had been chosen for Keyettes - A new club at Westchester - Sister organization to Key Club. We are the only chapter in Texas, And we really got something started. We sold square yards of the football Field to promote spirit, held dinners, And helped out those Key Club boys - Willingly, OFFICERS President , . i Cathy Blumenthal Vice-President , . . Cindy Harper Secretaries , , i Marybeth Schick Felicia Bond Treasurer . . , Malou Henderson Chaplain , , i Sue Magnusson Sponsor . . . Miss Noel Nebeker Organizations - 12 Mike Alford, Jessica Wall, Allan Schooley, and Alice Gentry are newly elected officers ot Interact, Action now! A newly formed club, interact has encouraged me To become active. The idealistic qualities Within those of us in the club Urged us to make plans To build a park, We vvant a world tree of pollution And violence, but vve know It isn't completely possible. Yet we strive to make this world A better one. OFFICERS President . , . Mike Alford Vice-President , . . Allan Schooley Secretary . . . Jessica Wall Treasurer . , . Alice Gentry Directors . , . Jett Griffiths David Wilson Barb Weiland Sponsor . . . Mr. Ft. H. Stevens 122 -- Organizations -J E mma Sigma Chi members listen to plans for the monthly project. Officers Carol Solsbery, Anne Solsbery, Jessica Wall, Susan Vingoe, Maribeth Olander, Jane Stanberry, and Sponsor Mrs. Mary Drago, express pleasure at club enthusiasm. To give Providing service for the School and community, Raising money through bake sales, And visiting hospitals, Sponsoring canned good drives And giving parties - As a Gamma Sigma Chi member, l tried to pour myself into Each project so that I Could give a part of myself To someone less fortunate. OFFICERS President . . . Susan Vingoe Vice-President . . . Jessica Wall Secretary . . . Anne Solsbery Treasurer . . . Carol Solsbery Sergeant-at-arms . . . Sue Hur Publicity . . . Maribeth Olander Publicity , , . Jane Stanberry Sponsor . . 4 Mrs. Mary Drago Organizations - 123 Officers Janet Detamore, Paul Lonquist, Elaine Ellison, Melinda Mallia, and Paul Losch plan activities to interest the entire student body. Foreign diplomats American Field Service ls one of VVestchester's Biggest clubs. Everyone knows our Foreign exchange Students, And our variety show Overflovvs the auditorium. We promote club influence Through the Bond Drive And AFS-FHA dinner. AFS has the ability to Capture the interest Of almost every kind of Westchester student. OFFICERS President . . . Elaine Ellison Vice-Presidents . . . Janet Detamore Paul Losch Secretary . . , Melinda Mallia Treasurer , . . Paul Lonquist Sponsors . . . Miss Susan Hamilton Mrs. Joyce Rice 124 - Organizations Antonio Ponti, from Italy, presents roses to Homecoming Queen nominees at the Conroe game W M as we P23 1 ,fir ' 'R Wax .ami .Zi Spanish Club meetings capture the interest of some, while others f sleeping or talking to friends. nm: Officers for the year are Dave Grove, Bruce Campbell, Kristen l, Don Ford, and Terri Fiibelles. That fiesta feeling I never thought a foreign language Club could be so much fun. Spanish Club not only taught me More about Latin American cultures, But also served as a means ot Social escape. We had a Christmas fiesta, A banquet, and various field trips. Sooner or later, we are going to Become part ot a state or national Organization. OFFICERS President . . . Dave Grove Vice-President . . . Bruce Campbell Secretary . . . Kristen Reed Treasurer . . . Terri Ftibelles Sponsor . . . Mrs. Constance Giles Organizations - 125 Chorale members include Cfirst rowj Candy Hibbard, Chris Lewis, Cathy Bryant, David Kastor, Gail Murray, Jackie Baldwin, Robert Ma Cindy Harper, Barbara Mudd, Tom Palmer, Margie Lucas, Mike Dannheim, Kim Herold, Bill Lewis, Sue Ellen Santo, Csecond rowj Lister, Rusty Russy, Nancy Herdman, Susan Soward, Gary Furber, Marsha Albertson, Steve Frederich, Mark Kilkenny, Susie Fox, Dj Nesbitt, Mike Wolpmann, David Jackson, Mindy Davis, Tommy Harrison, Melissa Allison, Doug Belcher, Cthird rowj Charlie Ho Melanie Wilkins, Pat Moore, June Anderson, Peggy Wehmeyer, David Reis, Becky Brown, Gregg Murray, Tom Lodge, Karen Vitek, K Scace, Virginia McGovern, Carolyn Osborne, John McGovern, Michel Vollmarg Clast rowj Mike Danna, Allen Maron, Kim Browr Margaret Winchell, Bruce Campbell, Katie Luby, John Yochum, Erna Charbonneau, Tim Schuetz, Dede Slaydon, Leslie Harris, Jeff Stephanie Olson, Ted Hayes, Cathy Sloan, and David Sch l've got rhglhm l love to sing . . . in a group . . . OFFIC I f - I n. rom of people Om a Stage' President , . . Virginia McGill am cultivating a talent that will always viCa-pfaSiaam , , , Barbara Be a part of rne, and it is amazing to hear SGCVGIHWGS - - - Melissa All The beautiful sound that VVestchester's Jawa Bam' Treasurer . . . Sue L Chorale can Create- Historian . . . Margie LL Sometimes choir programs required Librarian - W - Tim SCH Rehearsal upon rehearsal, but Chapm' ' ' ' Kim Ha There was always something undefinable That made me keep at it. l love music - that's all there is to it! 126 - Organizations nbers of Les Filles Chantantes include Mary Burger, Debbie Albertson, Cheryl Crawford, Leigh Hughes, Susie Ater, Lynn Wallace, en Swanson, and Joyce James, Csecond rowj Other members are Beth l-liginbotham, Libby Fenner, Kathy l-larris, Susie Brown, Julie lerson, Ann Moore, Lisa Dueker, Adrienne Cochran, Vickie Emmott, and Barbara Condon, Cthird rowy Also in the choir are Ceil lham, Myra Sloan, Sally Metzler, Kathy Dring, Roberta Kripp, Beverly Brice, Janet Lennon, Mary Thompson, Sue l-lugley, Lisa Emery, lan Beall, Cfourfh rowj Sandy Brumlow, Sharon Penn, Nancy Victoria, Beth Riggs, Elizabeth Faig, Joanne Fusco, Karen Wright, Cindy sfhetter, Kathy Cagley, Georgie John, Tearie Lindner, and Leslie Grantham. he feminine voice ctly female - there are no boys in s Filles Chantantes. participate in the usual choir programs and ncerts, but we also surprised Westchester h singing telegrams. e female sound is a beautiful one, with lody and harmony as varied and versatile any other choir - just a little more minine. l OFFICERS President . . . Lisa Emery Vice-President . . . Debbie Albertson Secretaries . i . Bevery Berie Beth Riggs Treasurer . , . Sandy Brumlow Librarian , . , Sally Metzler Historian . , . Lisa Dueker Chaplain . . . Susan Beall Sponsor , . , Mrs. Mary Joe Anderson Organizations - 127 Talented freshmen pose in front ot the arches to form the Freshman Mixed Choir. ,Ti v K K , fi? ' ffxf 1.39 nf W V 11? L. L v 128 - Organizations Sunshine Singers is one of the choir departments two all-girl chi lect members of the Triple Quartet are ffirst rowj Steve Fredericks, Melissa Allison, Candy Hibbardg Csecond rowj Leslie Harris, Mike nnheim, Cindy Harper, David Schmidt, Cthird rowj Gregg Murray Cdrumsj, Jill Kitzmiller, Bruce Campbell, Erna Charbonneau, John :Govern, and Susan Soward. A new sound Three choirs - totally new to Westchester, Creating songs through a tone and a Quality that no one has ever heard before. Freshmen come to high school, and are Able to perform their first year as part Of the Freshman Mixed Choir. The Sunshine Singers bring cheer to Those who appreciate music by creating An all-girl sound. The Triple Quartets modern music is A refreshing change to American music. A new sound comes from new, as well as Old, faces to Westchester, And pleases those who care to listen. OFFICERS OF FRESHMAN MIXED CHOIR President . . . Trae Roby Vice-President . . . Sherry Semaan Secretary . . . Janet Jones Treasurer . . . Frank Devine Sponsor . . . Mrs. Mary Jo Anderson OFFICERS OF SUNSHINE SINGERS President . . . Kris McCarney Vice-President . . . Sherie Day Secretary . . . Charlene Franklin Treasurer . . . Aida Pollard Sponsor . . . Mrs. Mary Jo Anderson Organizations - 129 Medical Careers members display cheerful attitudes. Witch doctors? Some people can't picture Me as a doctor or a nurse, But l can. The medical profession is Very important to the world's Future, and new discoveries Are made every day. Medical Careers brought Today's medicine into Focus. My interest is rising. Today, Medical Careers, Tomorrow, Mayo Clinic. OFFICERS President . . . Lauren Grossman Vice-President . . . Susan Jobe Secretary . . . Elaine Bonilla Treasurer . . . Claudia Goodwin Historian . . . Kim Boss Sponsor . . . Mrs. Juanita Doolittle 130 - Organizations f Officers Elaine Bonilla, Lauren Grossman, and Susan Jobe. ai , ,gh 5 V K , , fx 46 5 ,0- fr' r , , ly l is at Top: Representatives make plans for Homecoming. Bottom: Collins Van Nort and Gary Hunt are all business. I' F :gf The power structure Homecoming, Freshman orientation, Awards Night, School elections . . Student Council Controlls them all. Whether we are successful Or not depends solely on The student body. OFFICERS President . . . Gary Hunt Vice-President . . . Collins Van Nort Secretary . . . Sue Hur Treasurer . , . Dave Grove Sponsor . . , Mr. Dale Stafford Organizations - Neil Snyder and Roxanne Green take time out from conducting a German club meeting to have a good laugh. 132 - Organizations Qauerkra ut forever! Another country, Another culture, Another language. German. Keeping up with the New trends, We had our own German Club Sweatshirts. Guest speakers Gave us even better Impressions of Germany. It's a shame, though, That we can only See the world of Germany Through slides. OFFICERS President . . . Roxanne Green Vice-President . . . Neil Snyder Treasurer . . . Bob Slagle Sponsor . . . Mrs, Margaret McCracken gn, . -i"Ql.a.,,,, gggfff .::-: 'K S . 552114 .L .K t ' ggigijfrx X C M, , , X XX Q' I German Club member thoughtfully contemplates sweatshirt iiffif- . ii "" ,fx ma 'WW' rf! 0 l ill and Scroll member from el Gato are fstanding in backj Lynell Brand, Boss ger, Nancy Lesienring, Larry Dickson, Jimmy Lawrence, Kyle Alexander, tingj David Brown, Melinda Mallia, Scott Wipperman, Sherry Weems, and vid Fiisher. Not pictured is Doug Mann. Quill and Scroll members from Miacis are Susan Vingoe, Pat Islas, Michele Henriott, Christine Fuge, Janet Detamore, Janet Lilja, Chris Graf, and Donna Ramsey. Not pictured are Jill Van Ert, Chris Kelly, Georgann Austin, and Shannon Cox. Journalists unite! We started Another honor society, but this Time for journalists. We had to have certain Qualifications to get into it - Like being in the upper third Of our class, and Being on either the newspaper or Yearbook staff, We got little pins to show that We belong, But the best thing about being ln Quill and Scroll is that lt looks great on my college Record! Organizations - 133 Officers Cynthia Ftosewall, Marybeth Shick, and Mary Kent. Hit-ling the slopes The thrill of skiing - Of the wind in your face, Snow under your feet, And the beauty of it all Quickly passing by as You move with tremendous Speed. In Ski Club, we exchange Experiences of hitting the slopes. We had a fashion show of ski Clothes this year, and showed Movies, which made us want to Take a trip to New Mexico. Skiing is something everyone Should take an interest in. OFFICERS President , . . Cynthia Rosewall Vice-President . . , Brad Britt Secretary . . . Marybeth Shick Treasurer , . . Mary Kent Sponsors . , , Miss Susan Taylor Mrs. Ruth Casci 134 - Organizations K if A Q -fx ' if if i Ski Club members enjoy pleasant evenings talking about past experiences on slop fi V' zQa , W Bible Club members get inspiration and thoughts for editation at the meetings. In the beginning . . . Was the Bible Club. People hear this club's announcements Frequently because it meets almost Once every week. lt's a good club, too, for those Who want to find out more about Themselves, About God, And about religion and beliefs. Sometimes the speakers provided Me with thoughtts for meditation. Sometimes I went away doubting My ovvn security ofl what l believe. Bible Club makes a person think, And that's a start for a better world. OFFICERS President . . . Debbie Murray Vice-President . . . Sue Gallagher Secretary . . . Patti Hickox Sponsor . . . Mr. Charles Low x French Club members join in pleasant conversation before departing il ' I r I i fora visit to the Alley Theater. l Viva la france ttlVlontmartre" French Club. lt's interesting to see how many People are interested in The culture, The language, And the country. It's not merely an educational club. Going to the Alley Theater to see "A Flea in Her Ear" is a fun Activity. The members share a common interest, And it has developed successfully Throughout the year. OFFICERS President , , , Cindy Harper Vice-President . . . Liz Nagle Treasurer . . . Nell Evans Program Chairman . . . Norman Luke Secretary . . . Elaine Bonilla Sponsor . . . Miss Sandra Mills 136 - Organizations 'Y KE '5 A an Seated in front of the arches are officers Nell Evans, Liz Nagle Norman Luke, and Cindy Harper Q Casually seated are National U-M.. A A .1 ,, 3195 rl I,-.'2Q?,r " 'iiggt-H S ' r ffl FQ: 1 fa,-.. 4, mu Manu? if..-r fa., .kL4'fyg17k,-,' - A " Q rw? .av f1"Q5..,wfr av ' ' 'L . , K , W2 'iq i . or , avr V 1' ,G . .W it 1 J' ' .gf f f . S -1 '. , af I' 'f 1- iff, g 17' ' , , ' 1 .v Honor Society officers Michelle Holland, Bob X Slagle, Neil Snyder, David Flisher, and Ann Allison. Honorable mention To be a member of National Honor Society ls perhaps one of the greatest honors A high school student can achieve. To belong, a person is chosen for Outstanding qualities of leadership, Character, service, scholarship, and integrity. Sometimes I wonder it l really live up To my reputation. Many people in the club have been Recommended for scholarships, And some have proven to be very Brilliant people. OFFICERS President . , . Bob Slagle Vice-President . . . Neil Snyder Secretary . . . Michelle Holland Treasurer . . . Ann Allison Reporter . , , David Risher Sponsors . . . Mrs. Sharon Boss Miss Janice MacPhillimy Karen Teinert was one of two NHS members chosen for competition for two nationally granted scholarships. Organizations - 137 tim Boys on the bass violas take tips on creating a good sound, No liddling around Winning superior ratings at Contest Has brought Westchester honors ln yet another aspect of its Music department. Orchestra is a small group, But it makes a big sound. We always sell candy for An annual tour. The concerts and the contests Give us an opportunity to Make a melodious sound for An appreciative audience. OFFICERS President , . . Mark Humbert Vice-President . . . Dede Tulloch Secretary . . . Debbie Barrington Sponsor . . . Mr. Griffith Miller 138 - Organizations if num' 5 :rm if eq 'f ,S E' if' is if-4 ., .. Qin ilu. tt,, 'Ubi , 'Q' Mr. Miller winces as a violin screeches on a sour ,f i I I Q I 1, -V I 33:1 .. la ,w , '. If ' gf x E 1 f I in Q. I It appears that most of the DECA members are oft to work, lleaving only a few members in the T-shacks. Young businessmen DECA is an organization for promoting Distributive education. As a member, I feel that somebody is Really interested in preparing me For leadership in marketing. Not only do we work, but we Participate in carnivals, national Contests, and certain service projects For orphans and employers. DECA brings a successful future to A doubting, uneducated, naive Consumer. In other words, I have become a part Of the business world. OFFICERS President . . , Dan McAIister Vice-President . . . Carol Willis Secretary . . . Jo Ann Andry Treasurer . . . Ross Nager Historian . . . Terri Gubera Reporter . . . Patti Rosebrugh Sponsor . . , Mrs. Mary Ann Cole Organizations - 139 VOE officers are ffronf rowj Heidi Gudelman, Margaret Perry. Kathy Powell, Barbara Boyle. Pat Thomasg fback rowj Pam Stovall, Betsy Holder, Tricia I A McGouldrick, Sue Morgan, and Wendy Scott. The working gang Vocational Office Education Gave me an opportunity to work And earn money for a grade. I think an education which extends To the business world rounds out A person so that he can successfully Handle the situations of life That will face him when he graduates. We enter contests on various levels, Have candy sales, parties, and Banquets. lt's a good opportunity for me To learn the courtesies of Succeeding in the world of business. OFFICERS President . . , Pat Thomas Vice-Presidents . . . Kathy Powell Tricia MCG-iouldrick Secretary . . . Barbara Boyle Treasurer . . . Margaret Perry Historian . . . Sue Morgan Fieporters . . . Heidi Gudelman Pam Stovall Sergeant-at-arms . , . Wendy Scott Sponsor . . . Mrs. Darla Meadows - Organizations Since most VOE jobs for girls are secretarial, a little practice can be help Lk, .. Super Club officers Paul Ross, Rick Johnson, and Andy Graham pose with some modern scientific N, equipment. 'ovocative ideas are expressed and discussed at certain Super Club eetings. Just super! At the beginning of the year, Everyone was seeing signs for Super Club . . . That phenomenal organization For anyone interested in science, Math, ecology, geology, Astronomy, biology, Oceanography, Or maybe even aviation. I don't consider myself a brain, But I think Super Club has broadened My range of knowledge. At least I feel more intelligent. OFFICERS President , . , Andy Graham Vice-President . . . Rick Johnson Treasurer . , . Paul Ross Organizations - 141 Newly-elected ofticers for the 1972 year are Collins VanNort, Floss Underhill, and Morgan Copeland, pictured with David Lombard, football chairman for 1971 Csecond from the lefty. Good sports Fellowship ot Christian Athletes ls a pretty well-known club. lt's important to those of us Who get to take part in all The activities - like the Banquets where we listen To speakers Cincluding the Dallas Cowboys - no lessj, Or in the several money-making Projects for sending boys To summer athletic camp in Arkansas. None ot the money made is Really used for the club, But it goes to some boy Who really deserved a trip To the camp to promote his Future in athletics. OFFICERS President . . . Bo Dunphy Sec.-Treasurer . . , Collins VanNort Football Chairman . . . David Lumbard Track Chairman . . . Mark O'Brien Baseball Chairman . . . Danny Smith Golf Chairman . , , Elroy Marti Sponsors . . . Mr, Charles Hurst Mr. Charles Dexter 142 - Organizations i fi WM ' t ,E Coach Cripps talks to Fellowship of Christian Athlete memba L Q AII, Q. TYLCN A f ling like a stimulating game ot chess to liven up an evening: the Tuesday t chess games at WHS. Mr. John Hammerle joins two Chess Club members in some friendly competition. Concentration No many people knovv how to play Chess, much less to play it well. But I enjoy the game, and it Helps for a school to have a Club CLike Vvestcheste-r's Chess Clubb so that people like Me with this unusual interest Can compete with each other. Westchestefs branch ot the club Sponsors a district tourney Which really separates the Men From the Boys. OFFICERS President . . . Brian Kerr Vice-President . . , Dean Turner Secretary . , . Chris Lewis Sponsor . . A Mr. John Hammerle Organizations - 143 xr' ,i, T'- 3 gg 4 .4-V an Q f-.., X .M "?5 'q, Q! " if, 'F , , ' -,,. in 1 Q, - V -4 I 1 ,,, , Q 3 x W " 4 , , , , , , V V V ---' ' ., , '...,A A 3 ,gf , A x V ,V Q M--.V Vwfa- . .:,. f, V , K K . .V ' - V, ,, w K ' g ui: --- W V'- ' 'f Nfl 'V g K 'W' VV ff V 117 ' ,,' 1 ., . L , F , 5 W ,V A V VV - alumna fi? W . ,Vg 51.. 'fihh 'V Lxwvk 5 W "" " K H V 'Saw L - ., ,lr ,E ,, ,.,,. ,,,., , - 'Sw-, , . , by . A V A 1' ' k"' - W., W 1, t I ., '41 vm Hz V , V w V, VV, I , I In , H ' VV V'V --VV '1 VV,. , LV pw .,,,,F2, ,, . , V.,,,. A V V V , W ' tk ,ggi ,V V A MM l V 7 V V,,, , , , wwe, ,, V,VG V, I ' ' W H A 1 'N X ' W V , VU' V4 iii V f " f 7 V, H5 A ,HW-wamaip an ' V as Sports I approached each season With varied emotions - High expectations of Each team's capabilities, Victories, - and Fears of defeat. I held Hopes of good health For all athletes involved. I engaged myself in each Season with devotion to Our Wildcats. Bustling to pep rallies, Sweating through games, Taking in the glories of Hard-won victories, Suffering the pains of Hard-fought defeats, l'll look back on each season With pride. Sue Shaffer Janet Detamore While cal's awag kittens will plag Our sports year vvent great. The mighty Wildcats roared on to victory after victory in every sport. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Volleyball, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, and intramurals were all included. Right: Finn Langerud and Rex Landrey speed around the track during our bicycle races. with Above: Cheerleaders spurred us on to victory. fleft to rightj Becky Walker, Bruce Eaton, Mindy Davis, Tim Schuetz, Lynn Furber, Neil Snyder, Buz Jochetz, Marcy Williams, and Mascot, Alan Schooley. 146 - Sports -U' I X .. fi NU' S fx x Above: Mark Adams C363 and Doug Shotwell C533 watch on intently, as we beat Galveston Ball 21-O in scrimmage play. Left: Cindy Evans and Sue Shaffer volley during tennis practice. 1 x i 2 ,Q.. .,.-fo-s.,,,-,,,,,,., - aus., x, ,.g.5,,,.,,v. k . ."".Ms -w....,,.,, .- Sports -- Wishbone-T vvas the pian tor the nevv year. We earned the reputation of baby Texas University, and the state ranking to match it. we an -my I f , - 1 i .- .. J W A 'W' 'M if L4-w7f,fQ'i ' 'ASW , 957, .t,,, rkrk W K V x ,.,,, Mc, S ..:" A i .W y t , " W L,,, . ,," yyy V W, .,,., ,, V , H ,, 1' ra, , '-M' . -1 tem' W?VkV V, g ,,,, 0 H H If :I ., ,fi . KA, mzgg,i:11,,,, f X' , ,,,, t s , ,,.. V .::, r M K y,,, ffffff , Top right: The boys do some of the everyday warm-up exercises. Above: Bo Dunphy practices his running game. Right: Offense pushes up the field in Galveston scrirnrnage, 148 - Sports r ,Q we 1' yfqfg, ' . ' 5536 A ., ,, A. X f A 'f n 3 4 v Sq wt K 4 si,- , ,Xt X gy :Af .xv ,th , mmf and X- ,- .. ,. .. . 4 iv 45' A X ix Q 533' 5. Q Q Q A fm it eq. it A e ,U 2 , Q t 1,45 .1 15, X-L, ki, f . tv Q7' Wt fQ1StRi1i?'t f ,12'W s Q 5 s J-XH35'f3Hgy'f1 . Y 4 we 5 t, Mx ,W i t Q Q Q t Sr xi 4 f, .... M ..,. K .ai E: T W New offense plans for gear Below: Waily Harris and Bob Jenkins play patty-cake, L I ,rr -sr-m,g,,-s, , K. V A I sul f .,,-Q, Y ,,,., . s . . W .. H ' Y ' .R fsAa.a,qg,'A-1, K A S M gg, ,kL' W f li .LM51q,f,g3!'-P V7 qi, ,M . I V , I ' , W , , Q f - X-4' ur ' - ' 1' w igfwffg L93 . "-.L . A ll' ' 'eei 5' A iigey ' FI " 'iff A ' 1 L 'M 'lbw-vs Q ' ,..,, V "'- ' ' ' 'gg if w7,,..:r1c-'3v1igx,iwisg,f'4l 'fx ,sk g A A ' Y C 'ye . - V ,. s ss. ,f .s e '5f'L,1v.,--mfdf' ,fvi f.f'f'f2' 'fi XP" '5 il 'vm 52 ' ' RS' ' . ' 7lL5' "" 4, e . v - A - V' A -N. .x.. M - ' , 1 fi ..- , N L... A , . W A E A A , .,.t ,.. Q Ak e V Ql3.an.1-'dere-A-f,.nQ-s.lgs.1 A , ,,-. .4911 'ya-us,,,g,g,.. . i-gg ' f .. - N - 1 L i ' .. A s ,N x W 5 K f Ve, ,.. h ,M 'E Mk ' K e Q 7, -, Lf i , . . f , - 'X 3 in fs 'Sf' ' J ! i i S, Q '? 1 Left: Bobby Williams C213 takes a breather. Sports - 14 'Cats squeak bg Raiders Doug Shotvvell C535 saved the Through wind and rain leftover Qfime with 3 33 Yafd field QO3l in from the hurricane, we brought the last 19 seconds ofthe game. the Baytown Raiders to their first defeat of 10-9. Q L its Above: Carl Menger C35 calls signals to Ralph Devine C505. Right: Mark Horner C405 blocks for pass coverage. PLAY OF THE VVEEK - Doug Shofvvells 33 yard field goal OFFENSIVE PLAYER - Mark Horner, 62 yard carry DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Dave Melton C315 12 first rnan tackles, Louis Jones C855 'fl' , ik 150 - Sports Eagles fall lo defense After losing to the Pasadena Eagles last year, the Wishbone-T led by Carl lvlenger C33, gained 37 points, vvhile the defense held the Eagles scoreless in the return scuffle this year. The only threat ofthe night was stopped by Bobby Osborne's C653 interception. if . if Q A 'fin ' a A yy? . Q A ' , ' . C.: s- M iz C Above: Sophomore Kirk Leatherwood C253 shows his Varsity capabilities. Above right: Coach Dexter questions his defense, PLAY OF THE WEEK - Bobby Osborne's C653, interception OFFENSIVE PLAYER - Mark Covey C433 and Alan Morrison C773 DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Doug Shotvvell C533 Sports - 5 ! 'Cals rack up another Our visit to Victoria proved vvortnvvnile, as vve defeated Strornan 17-O. So far the defense nas only led by nine pointsg the defense is going to be a strong one tnis year. Above: Wildcats run through victory sign. Right: Mark Covey 1435, sophomore, finds an opening in the line. PLAY OF THE WEEK - Mark Covey C433 OFFENSIVE PLAYER - Bo Dunpny C845 and Carl lvlenger C35 DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Jimmy Cove i825 and Bob Wall C323 152 - Sports any 'bw C A7 L, 1 i 1 L... 1 1 A, A is IAI ,. d LLLL A L' 1.4.11-N. .L or A A Mellon makes a record For the tirst time in Wildcat history, a TD was made on an interception. Dave Melton C323 was the nero ot this incident. Aldine was to be alittle harder game than we had run into so far. The magnificent team vvon though, 35-17. PLAY OF THE WEEK - Dave lvleltong pass interception, ran tor TD, first TD on interception. OFFENSIVE PLAYER - Wally Harris C303 DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Mark Adams C365 Left: Wally Harris CBOJ, noses forward for those extra couple yards. Sports - Eat 'em up! Eat 'em up! Carl IVlengerC3jconnected on a 46-yard pomp to Bo Dunpny C845 to aid in our fiftn victory of tne season. Spring Brancns defense, designed especially to combat the famous Wildcat Wishbone-T, allowed us 27 points, to the Bears 6 points, PLAY OE THE WEEK - Bo Dunpny C841 - 41 yard TD recption OFFENSIVE PLAYER - Tres Lorton C643 and Carl Menger C33 DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Mark Gocnenour C225 - 55 yard run on interception Right: Doug Snotvvell C533 shows champion kick-off form during Spring Brancns defeat, Rah! Rah! Rah! fx I yn' ,O 7,lg nf: O f 154 - Sports af' if if Defense shows their stuff Westchester fans viewed defense at it's best, as we beat Spring Woods 21 -O. As the defense ignited, Mark Gochenour C225 returned an interception 16 yards, and Mark Velten C755 recovered two fumbles. PLAY OF THE WEEK - Mark Gochenour C225- interception returned 16 yards DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Mark Velten C755, Jim Eckhart C735, and Chris Quinn C685 OFFENSIVE PLAYER - Bo Dunphy C845 Top left: Mark Gochenour C225 successfully defends our end zone, Top right: Bo Dunphy C845, Randy Gordon C335, and Coach Ftiddell contemplate the game. Sports - 155 Harris shakes Bobcats defense Wally Harris C301 shot dovvn the field for a 72 yard touchdown the first play of the game, For the 18-0 Win, Doug Shotvvell C531, Mark Velten C751 and Louis Jones C851 were outstanding in defense. PLAY OF THE WEEK - Wally Harris C301 - 72 yd. TD run OFFENSIVE PLAYER - Wally Harris C301 and Ralph Devine C501 DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Doug Shotvvell C531 Mark Velten C751 and Louis Jones C851 Top: Our defense batters the Bobcats. Middle: Carl Menger C31 and Ralph Devine C501 push for our offense. Right: Offense clears the way for Menger, 156 - Sports af X, .i fn fps? i .nbsp M si. "' f ,H-.li V ,.,y gqlr . 'C ,A "f """ ,L 1 1 Y at 1 V ,1 -A , +,., , I - N ,, 1,4 ,Wg , an K' I I Q ,Aw-r by i,I,:, ff, X I 'hw , A , nk' MMM N W. , ww? 4 6 4 ' ,.,. Y .V Menger mutilaies MacAr+h ur Larry Enis finally put a score on the board with 21 seconds remaining in the game to make the score 7-0, and to vvin our seventh victory of the season, Carl Menger C35 connected on a 37 yard pass to Enis C805 for the score. Mark Velten C755, Jim Dick C205, and Bob Wall C325 led the defense for the nignt. ll . mls: 4 Avid, C f ' 5 f :Fir-" ' WT5m-ffm it ' 7 wil ,N M, 7 W' ,, ,,,wo , W - M".-fr. C .fha - 35 , 7 'ze In '- -f f- rua in - ff ' C M-, 5 Q7 PLAY OF THE WEEK - Larry Enis C805 - TD reception OFFENSIVE PLAYER - Carl Menger C35 and Bo Dunpny C845 DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Mark Velten C755, .Jim Dick C205, and Bob Wall C325 Top: Steve Ramsey C55, Bobby Osborne C655 and Doug Shotwell C535 relax on the sideline. Middle: Mark Adams C365 and Mark Velten C755 move in on the ball. Sports - We're number one! Hopes and fears of 20,000 fans and newsmen were all resting on Doug Shotvvell C53J, with 10 seconds remaining in the game and the score 7-7. Shotvvell kicked a field goal against a cold wind, which provided our 10-7 victory over Conroe, and assured VVestchester's district championship. This homecoming game, the biggest game of the season, qualified us tor Bi-District playoffs. 158 - Sports if it 5 3 gg M E W i 15 vie PLAY OF THE WEEK - Doug Shotvveil's 36 y field goal with 10 seconds remain DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Bob Wall C OFFENSIVE PLAYER - Jim Eckhart C735 and 0 Menger Left: Dave Melton C313 blitzes Conroes b Top: Carl Menger releases a long p Middle: Bruce Eaton whizzes throi We ate 'em up! Westchester beat Memorial 27-14, to erase the memories of our last year's defeat to our neighborhood rivals. Play ot the night came when Jack Bates C763 recovered a kick-oft tumble which set up our first touchdown. Our regular season ended with the Wildcats undefeated and awarded us with the Chris Gilbert award tor the second year in a row. bg 4- .74 'ln L .-AL "' 1 u-17-7 Above: Kirk Leatherwood snags the ball. PLAY OF THE NIGHT - Jack Bates - fumble recovery DEFENSIVE PLAYER - Jack Bates C763 OFFENSIVE PLAYEB - Jim Eckhart C733 and lvlark Horner C403 Immense Wildcat spirit overcome bg Killeen Senior girls' wrapping houses, all-day pep rallies, good luck telegrams from Conroe, Spring Woods, and Memorial, all put together, created a special atmosphere for Westchester's first and only trip past district competition. As Wildcat buses rolled into College Station - Kyle Field, both teams and their fans were filled with high expectations for their Bi-District skirmish. One team was to feel the disappointment of the loss, Unfortunately for us, the Wildcats were defeated 28-18. Killeen scored on along run dovvn the field on the third play of the game. By half-time, we were trailing 28-6. On a long pass from Carl Menger C33 to Bo Dunphy C841 6 points were added to our score, but the team was only able to get 18 points by the end of the fourth quarter. The team ended its season 10-1 and left Westchester fans proud of the Wildcats. Right: Chester West C!-Xian Schooleyj helps the cheerleaders set the mood. Below: Defense topples Killeen player during Bi-District defeat. 1 ' srr we Tl x f 5 ,, ,, ,M W. Q, ,ff 5 gig K gba -f E 3 r Sl E ending. gif gs' Left: Mark Gochenour C225 and Jimmy Covey 6825, grasp for Killeen. Below: George Burger falls asleep during one of our pep rallies. ,Wig , 2 1 ,4 iv JY, A 2 Q , i i ,.yf. WkVVN 'gill ' , ,, ii T i 4 i i ll le.. t g S Ass gy . li, , V rr T i s it 2 A I V--..-1 ' tkgil . . A . F -'i, ' -A w 'i , L , - ,--a, T l -,-a. S T l f fi- Q I ,,. ,,.gMgg,,w, r tht: Tim Schuetz rings the district victory bell. The bell was rded the Wildcat Football Team for the district championship, ve: Steve Ramsey C53 returns a kick-off, with Bob Wall C323 .Sgt .mm as ., 'kt A Sports - 162 1972 W.H.S. 10 .... 37 .... 17 21 27... 18 .... 28 7... 1O .... 28... Carl Menger . . . Steve Ramsey .,.. Danny Smith . . . Jimmy l-luie .... Eric Paulsen . . . Jim Dick ...... Bobby Williams .... Mark Gochenour. . . Gary Koch ...... Kenny Effinger . . . Edwin Wood ...... Kirk Leatherwood Pete Scholl ..... Wally Harris ..... Dave Melton . . . Bob Wall ...... Randy Gordon . . . Bob Jenkins ..... Mike Boudreaux . . . Mark Adams . . . Mark Horner . . . Mark O'Brien . . Mike O'ShieIds . . . Mark Covey . . . Ralph Devine . . Andy Koebel . . . Glenn Byers . . . Doug Shotvvell . . . Bill VanLoozen . . . Dave Lombard . . . Brad Britt ..... Mike Homeyer .... Tres Lorton ....... Bobby Osborne . . . Chris Ouinn ..... - Sports The first in District OPPONENT . . . . .Baytown 9 . . . .Pasadena O . . . . . . .Victoria O .Spring Woods O .Spring Branch 6 ......Cy-Fair O .....Aldine 17 . . .MacArthur O ......Conroe 7 . . . .Memorial 14 ....3 ....5 ....7 ....9 ....11 ....2O ....21 ....22 ....23 ....24 ....24 ....25 .....26 ....3O ....31 ....32 ,...33 ....34 ....35 ....36 ....4O ....41 ....42 ....43 ....5O ....51 ..,.52 ....53 ....6O ....61 ....62 ....63 ....64 ....65 ....66 S if 2 . . . . si X f 31" fp'-l'f"?t. 5' V - ff -f X .,, K. .1 U ,.. 4 i-.. it .. X si'-'wi ' 'si . . iff X R ts X. fig 4 M at ..,....4"" Head Coach Charles Dexter. 'fivil' 5da?.P -' M I- Hank Kremers . . . . . . .67 George Burger .... .... 7 O Buddy Urech .... .... 7 1 Steve Pearson . . . . . . .72 Jimmy Eckhart . . .... 73 Jim McCollum . . . . . . .74 Mark Velton .... .... 7 5 Jack Bates .... .... 7 6 Alan Morrison . . . . . . .77 Bo Dunphy .... .... 8 4 Louis Jones .... .... 8 5 Jimmy Covey . .. ... .82 Bobby Reese .... .... 8 3 Larry Enis ..... .... 8 O David Cook .... .... 8 1 Left: Chosen this year as captains were: Doug Shotwell 1535, Bob Wall 1323, Louis Jones C851 and Wally Harris CSOJ. Sports - The making of our team Aside from the regular season of games, our football team had N""""m"' many, somewhat hidden, aspects. Without coaches who steered us in the right direction, we would have been lost. Without our trainers to help individual problems, we would have had trouble keeping up. Without our All District best players to show us the best methods, we would never have attained the District Championship. All of these elements pulled together with an all-around great group of players, made us the best team in District. , To assure good will between the student bodies of the rival teams, Good Sporstmanship League composed of four members, exchanged gifts with every District contender before each game. Westchester's Good Sportsmanship League, chosen on personal merit, consisted of Bob Schick, senior, Pam Hadlow, juniorg Sue Gallager, sophomoreg and Jack Schubert, freshman. Top left: Trainers Cfirst rowj Mark Baxmann, Wes Thompson, Csecond rowj Tom Slagle, and Mike Austill. Top right: Coaches Cfirst rowj Oscar Cripps, Charles Dexter, Lonnie Riddell, Csecond rowj Ben Trcalek, Roger Anderson, Allen Berger, Steve Lineweaver, Robert French, and Jimmy Allred. Bottom right: All District Cfirst rowj Bob Wall, Doug Shotwell, Mark Velten, fsecond rowj Jimmy Eckhart, Bo Dunphy, Carl Menger, and Mark Gochenour. 164 - Sports Q-nr W 3 A f N., 5 Q 7 . 4, eff ,wr N9 1 4 4? ,. gan fin an ' 'h . 4? 4, ,AL, uv f4G,, +V, Q ' 2 f 4, 7 W x 'K lf:-wi pam 'X M as H, gd , ff"' 1' ,,. .X ,fs K L, ii x WMV 'LH Q if , . If . 1 Q? ' if . 1 ,Misa yn'-A., 5, J.V. takes District title Led by Matt Pace and Bobby McConnell, captains, the Junior Varsity ran oft with the District title and just "overall did a spectacular job," in the words of Coach Roger Anderson. A season record of 6-2, combined with a close race against Spring Woods, won District for a team that just last year had a 3-7 record. Top: Memorial proved to be a tough rival but the Wildcat J.V. came through to win district. Above: Clast names onlyj Cfirst rowj Hayes, Hippard, Meeks, Gay, Pace, McConnell, Csecond i Cross, Ousterhout, Menger, Francis, Alley, Floyd, Cthird rowj Gurley, Law, Smith, Denkler, Undel Copeland, ffourth rowj Starrak, Fleetwood, Wakin, Crawford, Koehler, Glenng Ctifth rowp La Conway, Jones, Lee, Shannon, Graukep Clast rowj Buist, Spence, Hand, Wo 166 - Sports l low: Clast names onlyj Cfirst rowj Holland, Gentry, Wells, Gatchell, Muse, fsecondj Thurber, ndry, Anderson, Hadlowg Cthirdj Sackett, Doughty, Jones, Booth, Aclamog ffourthj Oliphant, mmey, Severson, Rupert, Larkin, Cfifthj Harvey, Krause, Dur1phy,Wilson, Graham, fsixthj aypool, Taylor, Smolen, DuBois, Bryan, Cseventhj Kilkenny, Pouncey, Devine, Talley, Browder st rowj Neeley, Taylor, Nuell, Weaver. Qmfflfff J r i , , ff A- ., u gp! 'I 'U gtk ' iffw-if" " ? ' sw 1 A Xliwv b T T ' ,g f . le t . , f, r l , Q A fwfr 54 1 v- -, .t i 'pl 1, ., bfi, ,V,, l, ,' g ' ' U ' ' ' K 9 V . . it 4 L V h' aosfr. . - e zzz 0 ' f wg- K V, ' K . , ,Q R U 7 x ' , ' N' if :,, , ,' - V -,wr 1, Q ,5 ' , U T f ',l, . KV I "" . T 1 - ' ,. I ' T ,Z I at I , U 7 4 u , M ' f W 1, ' ' 7? 'EL ' 1 rf" 8 5 ' J N 4. . ...t my 1. - - jg 1, 5 - 5 ', t ' , V A X T' f 7, . . ,Q ' ' 'E Y . . T ' A A 1, Q ' " , Y fl' " 1 Aw. ,H I , Ya? 'M 1 A li 'MQ f ' W is W xv, If . Q, Qt 3 ' lx g ' , ' 3 ,Q 24 Q 6 ,, , ft, if . qv A , -:. Lv A Aa. ik Q1 l I -an 1 W , N v Vf , T VN - . A i- 4 3 ' " 'Mrk f , S ,X , ' , I Qmkxlffgwax px 1, xx' qw, , -f, 4 Q jk Qi lg A. . at 'V 1 "-1 ' 'ilbffw , 5. S. A if ' ' f - . v,,, an ,." , I - '-it '- 1--, , 2 un 1 "f 'ls' , D ,-r, , t Z I 'lrl , h"'W" . ' F ' l V "' I , " lu... I J 1 Sophomores show good record. 5-4 With many Sophomores on J.V., the Sophomore team was low on manpower but high in ability. They surprised many by ending up with a winning season of 5-4. Captains Mike Wells, Paul Adamo, Sheldon Graham, and Bill Harvey were the outstanding players. The team was coached by Roger Anderson and Ben Trcalek. Below: Sophomores show well executed, well planned plays. Sports - 6 L an 4 5 . fav' 'V ,,.,, Q3 Q . f ', Y xr, , ' ,,,,2' f N ,W 2 'Z' 'Q Q. ?, " . F4 ' I f- 'ev a I fe A M , Q E' ,J i s A l i f' 9 1 mf A or Top left: Four Spring Woods' Freshmen try to pull down one Wildcat Freshman. Top right: Andy Anderson C33 evades, two oi Spring Woods' Freshmen. 168 - Sports X rrW,A uw . ,.., FRESHMAN A TEAM: Clast names onlyj Cfirst rowj Myers, White, Vela, Schubert, Novo Csecondj Biedsoe, Brandom, Roby, Anderson, Hammond, Qthirdj Parish, Aaronson, M Casey, Broadnaxg Cfourthj Shortridge, Burke, Holzinger, Pigue, McRae, Cfifthy Payne, Hug Wilson, Shannon, Brooks, Csixthj C. Smith, Landers, Black, J. Smith, Wofford, Cseventhj Bur Harris, Jernigan, Wilkerson, Bays, Ceighthy Evetts, Parkerg Clast rowj Read, Spence, O'Coni Cnot picturedj Keith Evans, and Scott Jon lf M Freshmen follow with F""! - O , G 1,1 Wishbone-T offense 45 T I ' A difficult Wishbone-T offense and several cliffhanger losses A 'N A 'ts marked the season play ofthe Freshman team. Although the if 1 2 V' I team record was not impressive, 2-7, and 2-5 for the A and B js l , teams respectively, Coach Allen Berger was visibly impressed ' , ilt lil , with the spirit shown by his players. "A" team captains were lg 'Q I T Mike Wilson, Jerry Smith, and Jamie Brooks, and David Vela, t TW -.., M Mark Alvers, and George Cowan were voted captains for the 'R 'M W , "B"team. Q , at g ' Q Left: Bob Broadnax C253 and Richard Parker C775 rush tor Freshman "A"Team , scoring. M C11 .t S t , A ' we , . .K i A t si lp, in t t l. ' C is ', , . , gi ' A V 51 e ,1 M X! rf ' 5 5' . sf for - f' g . J' , A G A 2 SSL? kg in ittt Ssgyllggxiw wt, , ' 4' 'J H595 Q 5, Q . v f was A " C BE? S' Q .sig X:-I-tg "' A ESHMAN B TEAM: Clast names onlyj Cfirst rowj Farmer, Franklin, Lamb, Brown, Hughes, Gayle, Reed, emang Csecondj Hamilton, Duryea, Hurst, Mai, Thomas, Walz, Smith, Ruhling fthirdj Hoover, Cowan, frmann, Watson, Flamsey, Lawrence, Rusch, Alleyp Qfourthy Steadman, Billings, Huffman, Vollmar, son, Stevens, Rollins, Cflfthj Boynton, Hull, Lineberry, Hallaron, Kinsel, Clements, Shoupg fsixthj 1ger,Wessels, Albers, Gray, Miller, Ackerman: Cseventhj Witt, Reed, Brophy, Ceighthj Read, Mgr., ence, Trainer, and McConnell, Mgr. Sports - 170 - Sports Above: Becky Walker and Bruce Eaton Right: Mindy Davis and Tim Schuetz Cheerleading: a gear of unusual enthusiasm Unusual enthusiasm encompassed the student body at Westchester and kept our school in uncontrollable excitement for each sports season. Our cheerleaders for the year 1972 were met face-to-face with the most spirit every seen at Westchester. Dealing with this spirit involved pep rallies, poster contests, wrapping houses, and yelling tonsils out at games. All together, our cheerleaders under the supervision of Mrs. Ftose Lewis did a great job. Top left: Lynn Furber and Neil Snyder. Top right: Marcy Williams and Buz Jochetz. Left: Sponsor Mrs. Rose Lewis is surrounded by the cheerleaders. Sports - 171 593 A 3. fi 'x 5' . as ,- Q X 1' e 1 3 , Q- A 5 I A L.: K 4 SPP' 1 we -ff v Spring sports arrive with new interest l entered each Spring Season with a new type of optimism. Concentration, execution, and personal fulfillment gave me the drive to pull through each game successfully. Since one semester had gone with great accomplishment, All i could endure was new hopes for the spring. aarr u u 3 r. f ' 'Q it J el gg, W 12 2 Q .1- , gh. Q 3 ,Q ,gf t 5 ff 5 ya Z I . " 4-: A Q ,zztfwfys-f H , f 1 W. Wg, 'mf'-' ' ""'f" .ffl , " ' 5 f., ,A ?5.,'?g,,,p-3, ,L , ., , -,- ,...,Zt Middle right: A perfect spike is executed by Shannon Woodward against Galena Park. Above: Buz Jochetz exhibits his nautral basketball poise. Bottom: Elroy Marti demonstrates a special technique shot. Sports fax ef, S ' Q M , J A ,Q ,., fo. N' ll ' -V , , tim My ' Tennis teams Both Girls' and Boys' tennis teams had a good year by l-louston's All-Conference games. Miss Sissy Skinner was the coach forthe winning teams. Janet MacMillan and John Yochum served as this year's maintain cilg lead ,,r'- maintaining first place in captains. 'ff mp: 2 2?-mei Above: BOYS' TEAM: ffront rowj Mike Bowdoin, Steve Shelby, Gregg Evans, Dave Wilson, Jeff VanWort, Richard Andersen, Geo Jochetz, Mike Moss, Qsecond rowj Reed Jordan, Trey Blair, Doug Vingoe, Kent Secker, John Spafford, Dickie Warfield, Bruce Eatong Ctl 174 - Sports rowj Jeff Crosson, Bob French, Doug Crosson, Dan Sullivan, John Yochum, James Fleed, and David Mo ,Vs In in ff in fa ,A if "ff: 35.95 -. L7 '54 4 145' 4195? ., + 93. iigiii? ve: John Yochum and Janet MacMillan chosen captains by ' f63I'Tl ITTBIGS. right: Miss Sissy Skinner, coach of both teams. W .1""""i' A Top left: GIRLS' TEAM: Qfront rowj Nike Roberts, Nancy Stark, Betty Durgin, Donna Tommey, Charlene Lloyd, Tracy Kahn, Csecond rowp Debra Lamb, Linda Burke, Lucy Cobb, Betsy Cox, Shannon Woodward, Becky Walker, Jan Newman, Larie Toomey, Janet MacMillan, Sherilyn Shaffer qmanagerj, Cindy Evans. Above: Dave Wilson stretches to return a serve. Sports - 175 Last gear's Junior Varsity forms Varsity Below: Byron Bateman C003 springs high for two points against the Tigers. 'Eg o,oo I wary 54"'Q: LA -, V V' , - 5 ,Q lSlTx... M Above: Byron Bateman goes for two points well needed. 176 - Sports Left: Dirk Hoyt C323 reaches for the ball in a tip-off. Below: Page Willis C303 shoots in a non-district game, Bottom: Page Willis passes two MacArthur players. 9' A l,ii.iii 3 ll .1 Back up men keep the team togethe Aside from the players who are always making points, always being seen, there are also those players who do not get in the spotlight, but without them, the team would cease to exist. For example, Mark Doran, senior, was a great rebounder, a versatile basketball player, yet his Below: Tommy Crain C205 shoots by a Spring Woods Tiger name was seldom heard. Brien O'Brien, Dax Wood, David Clyde, and Steve Smith work' hard in each game, yet they were seldo acknowledged. Jim Lassiter was seen stealil the ball about four times during the 104 po f,f, ,zf- I ' """"N tii , if arg, ff -if liffvgi'- E 2.4.4 25 eg tW?ff, if iw? W? game with Aldir v ' 'Q ' 3, ,f Q16 -in mi fn. ll, 'nl--1 g J'L Left: Team watches the game. V mf":?A Below: Jim Greenfield C525 and Jeff Swanson 1503! 44 for rebound. 'E' VanNort and Greenfield compete on the Varsilg Collins VanNort and Jim Greenfield are two good examples of Junior Varsity members who moved up to be active members of the Varsity. Jim Greenfield, who was moved up in mid-season, broke the individual scoring record for a Junior Varsity player. He scored 43 points against Port Arthur. VanNort was described by Coach Holloway as "a great competitor and an outstanding rebounderf' VanNort was seen many times on the starting lineup. Below: Dirk Hoyt C325 shoots for two. , W i . .... . - 180 - Sports NN ,M "N -f-36 f, ,,1,f,1.i,,.V qw f ,,,L,,, Q ,, ,M 3 E 5 fr ,jf Left: Steve Smith Q12jSprings high for two. Left: Hoyt fights off a Tiger, Above: Coach Holloway talks to Jim Lassiter 043. Sports - ir Hogfs coming back Dirk Hoyt C325 was the only Sophomore on the Varsity this year. He was named to the All-Tournament team in the Beaumont Tournament and could jump higher than almost anyone on the team. ff' 'nu ...fi-3... Above: Jim Lassiter C147 makes a lay-up in MacArthur game. Right: Dave Wood C445 served as a fine back-up man. 182 - Sports ,,.,.v-H' Left: Hoyt C325 rushes the Tigers. 4 x F Q' 5' i 2 1 fig Q r 3 i f Q ' ylx' A, .A IW ,if YQ M 41 9 J' M" """R gig , 4- ' if ' V eggs: VZVZJ Above: Jeif Swanson C503 reaches for a ,W - , rebound. 5 1b 4, ' V if Left: Page Willis 1303 talks to Coach Holloway. Sports - 183 Mishaw and Willis prove to be good Cliff Mishaw was a one yearmhennmwwhointhe words of Coach Holloway was "a great rebounder and a very consistent player." Page Willis was anothergreatbasketbaH player who lettered two yearsandxwastheteanfs numberonedemnswe player. Right: Cheerleaders cheered through each time out. ,.o"" I ..,,, t 2 X 184 Sports Above: Cliff Mishaw C543 rebounds against Conroe. Left: Page Willis C305 warms up before Varsity play. ll ' 14, V. KkV,,l, I wr ,, , Above: Tommy Crain C205 pushes his way to the basket against Spring Branch. Left: Crain pours on the points while Byron Bateman C005 watches on. ' mst. but certainlg not least - Tommg Crain nmy Crain was voted by his coaches to be the most valuable player. He was a two year letterman forthe sity, and was also on the Freshman and Junior Varsity teams. He set a new scoring record by an individual fer of 35 points against Aldine MacArthur and tied it with 35 points in the Spring Branch game. Other ors he received were being named to the All-Tournament teams in Beaumont and Nederland. Sports - 186 - - Sports Varsilg achieves winning record Coaching the basketball team for 1972 was Coach Randall Holloway. He was quite often seen out of his seat, shouting encouragement to his players. Coach Ron Schoenwolf assisted Coach Holloway. Collins Van Nort .... ............ 1 0 Steve Smith .... .... 1 2 Jimmy Lassiter . . . . . . .14 Tommy Crain .... .... 2 O Byron Bateman. . . . . . .22 David Clyde . . . . . . .24 Page Willis ... . . . .30 Dirk Hoyt ..... .... 3 2 Brien O'Brien . . .... 34 DaveWood... ....44 Mark Doran .... .... 5 O Jim Greenfield . . . . . . .52 Clifford Mishaw, . . . . . .54 Below: Head Coach Randall Holloway flares up during a game. K, .- .. , . f K : 4,sfis5ff.f,x-3-gs' , - .. J. .--Q-..s.sf. .- .aa ,J QQ, -,E .mil 4245 My 1 H., ,,,,,.-W -N Q ' Nil' !.,""'l":,, T, .Q , EA Q i1g5 f ,, 1.3, I! -Q J.V. - District champs! This year's Junior Varsity, coached by Flon Schoenwolt, won district with a 12-1 district record. They also came in second in two Varsity tournaments: Spring, and Dickenson. When asked why the Junior Varsity competed in Varsity tournaments, Coach Schoenwolf commented that it was good practice and beside they competed well against the other teams. He also stated that the J.V. showed good team work, rebounding, and had a good shooting percentage. Right: Stewart McGregor 4203, takes a shot from back court. L B... JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM: ffront rowj Sam Brown, Joey Miller, Mark Adams, Stewart McGregor, Jeff Hayes, Bill Undenlvood, Bob Tie Ryan Liles, L. Fl. Vela, Ftodney Ambrose, fback rowj Jack Hanlon CManagerJ, Sam Bartley, Steve Holstead, David Phillips, Ken J Gerry Kiel, Glen Louderbeck, Jeff Swanson, Gary Durries, Ben Crowell, Kevin Holyfield, Ken Gibbs, Coach Ron Schoen 188 - Sports xsuwwkw Left: L. R. Vela 1123, a small, quick piayer, iays one up, K 'Q-...,N Jeff Hayes C223 shoots tor two against the Baytown Rangers. MM i Leif: Gerry Kiei C311 battles his opponent to gain two points, Sports - 189 Freshmen end as District champs The Freshman basketball teams ended as district winners, with a 27-5 record over all and 13-O record in district. Right: Coach Stephen Lienweaver helped to lead the 'Cats to great victories. we-ffi our """'-- - ,- ,,. E. -- Q 44 Q Q , K J, 32? ve: FRESHMAN A TEAM: Uront rowj Tom Webb, Teddy Lapon, Mark Kelting, Andy Anderson, Cback rowj Micky Walker, Craig van, Jeff Woodward, Jim Huffman, Eric Harris, Cnot picturedj David Black and Flobert Walker. rosite page: FRESHMAN B TEAM: Cfront rowj Austin Camaron, Jim Black, Doug Swydon, Wally Saad, Vae Fowlerg Cback rowj George zcio, Kyle Maxie, Jeff Harris, David Reed, Jim MacDowellp Cnol picturedj Mark Singleton. Sports - 191 Making tracks in 197 . .,,,,w. ,,.. I I A Above: Kirk Leatherwood, David Brown, Tommy Floyd, Bill Roberts, Herbie Eubanks, Bruce Roberts, Jay Weinzenreid, Chip Ruther, Tim Harrington: Csecond rowj Mark O'Brien, Bob Jenkins, Steve Thorington, Mike Parchman, Bruce Kelly, Keith Weinzenreid, David Cook, Rick Brennemanp Cthird rowj Lloyd Brown, Kirk Seiss, Steve Pearson, Bill Dalheim, Robert Foreman, Mark McCollum, fback rowj Eric Sandvich, Ted Hayes, Jim Dick, Right: Ben Trcalek, Varsity Track Coach. Right below: Roger Anderson, Junior Varsity Track Coach. 192 - Sports U 5 it E X P in Y? 5: ...idiih -a....,,, , . Left: Steve Pearson was probably one of the best discus throwers in district. Above: Long distance runners practice after school. Below: FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM: Coached by Coach Allen Berger. Ctront rowj Richard Matthew, Jerry Novotny, Keith Evans, Scott Huffman, Ricky Lane, Jack Schubert, Trey Roby, Bobby Gale, Roger Hurst, Joe Thomas, Mike Hamelton, Frank Miller, Csecond rowj Jamie Brooks, Dave Perish, John Beasley, Richard Parker, Don Myers, Steve McRae, Tim Burke, David Shappiro, David Hull, Mark Abbruscato, Mike Wilson, Eric Jernagang Cthird rowj Mark Payne, Jim Wilkerson, Scott Jones, Joe Bays, Eric Harris, Randy Landrums, John Hickox, Kelly Stevens, Chip Blitsog Cnot picturedj Andy Anderson, David Black, Bob Broadnax. n I Jun. Top left: Graciela Alderete cracks a smile Top right: Becky Hopson leaps for a spike to crush first in state-Beaumont Right: Team captain Vicky Stephens 194 - Sports Vollegballers beai French .492 K at 3 passing COI'T1fT1ef'lf. French. shows off. "WQ,ff'lP5ifi'93fW'?i3ZiWDi ' if 9' W W 44. 9 . Huamyeafscompmhmnjheonwtemnabm to beat our volleyball team was Beaumont French, who went on to vvin State. One of our most fulfilling wins of this season was beating Beaumont French. We only had three returning Varsity members: Tammy Jurasin, Becky Hopson, and Captain Vicki Stephens. Left: Janie Wolfe proves that she's a brute. Bottom: VARSITY TEAM: Barbara Bozeman, Judy Doty, Shannon Woodward, Janie Wolfe, Tammy Jurasin, Cindy Laney CManagerJ, Becky Hopson, Janet McNeil, Vicki Stephens, Susan Shoptaw, and Michele Gerard. xXx - VV sw : I .5 f 'tt . If-fi. M 'f' Sports 195 'L- Freshmen and J.V. return with good SBHSOD Junior Varsity and Freshman teams returned with drive after winning District Championships last year. Both teams doubled in size and almost doubled in ability. Returning for the Junior Varsity were Robin Owens, P. J. Curtis, and Leslie Scruby. Captains were Robin Owens for J.V., and Donna Grove for the Freshmen. Top: Junior Varsity Qtrontj Joan McDanielsg fmiddlej Suzie Driskell, Suzanne Hargrave, Cathy Thompson, Cindy Hopson, Karen Pederson, Leslie Scrubyg flastj Brenda Perry, Robin Owens, Nancy Victorin, Terry Still CManagerj, Marcy Copeland, and P. J. Curtis. Right: Robin Owens does a backward bump during Junior Varsity Volleyball action. 196 - Sports 'M 4 Q i i 5 l Y , W., m I Q79 944 , ll ..l ,eu-Kvljr 24 J 4, , ,, I K 1, J, ive: FRESHMAN TEAM: Cleft rowj Shelly Comer, Cindy Cremona, Terry Brennan, Julie ck, Martha Goodhart, Donna Gove, Sandy Gartlgg fright rowj Teresa McGovern, Janet es, Nancy Scott, Julie Wood, Ann Franz, Carol Gartig. Top: Becky Hopson controls the ball to evade a blocker. Above: Shannon Woodward spikes the ball. Sports - 197 Q Golf team swings into action Above: Coach Jim Allred. Right: Jim Reed bends over backward to place his shot. Bottom: Robert Hoyt says "maybe a four-iron" wondering what to do. N-,, " 4. r1:t,,,, --.f 1,. 2" , E4 in ,w 3 4:,z:,+ if ' A' .rsrr r at h :Aim . N' .Y , 198 - Sports , sv, ,PW 019 Top left: Captain Elroy Marti shows his form, Top right: Greg Hedley swings Left: GOLF TEAM: Elroy Marti, Jim Brooks, Doug Dixion, Gregg Hedley. Clay Kinnairo, Robert Hoyt, Brad Framer, Jim Reed, Ricey Brooks, and Brian Smithg fnot picturedj Dan Goble and Don Goble. Sports - Above: BASEBALL TEAM: Cback Mark Covey Bobby Williams Bobby Reese, Tommy Crain, Dave Clyde Mike Whitfield Glenn Huffman, Pete Scholl, Jeff Hayes Hank Kremers Mike Boudreaux Jim Lassiter Steve Ramsey Jim Covey' qlrontj Mike Wells Mark Horner Mike O Shields Danny Smith. Right: Coach Bob French discusses some strategy with Dave Clyde, Pele Scholl, Jeff Hayes, Bobby Williams, and Hank Kremers. BRN 3'- 2O0 - Sports , M f A 3... yey L L, ""- t A if Q . ., H E-ml ? tl iv: , t, ' ' I f .nt -",, , - t . H C ., , i ,, 4,..,f fgs.i ., 'X V 1 ' - ' sr, wbyy ,Q ,,,' m 2, ,,x,w --" W-'uf , .t L ft , 'S H M. G 'LV' Baseball 1972 - sliding to victorg Below: Steve Ramsey takes a swing for a base hit. .www Left: Jim Lassiter makes a good play at third, Below: Steve Ramsey makes a double play with assistance from Danny Smith. More than halt of the team were returning Iettermen. All District players returning this year were Tommy Crain, Steve Ramsey, and Dave Clyde. New faces were Mark Covey, Jett Hayes, Mark Horner, Jim Lassiter, and Bobby Reese. Sports - 201 1: aff' - Hi 5 M 'Lhk' Q-5 RQ, ,K 7 3 fir if J- A , -.sw - e 5, 2' 51 , 5 202 - Sports Opposite pages Mike Whitfield catches in practice. Left: David Clyde proved to be one of the best pitchers in the city of Houston. Bottom left: Bobby Williams shags in practice. Bottom right: Pete Scholl practices his pitching, Sports - ez A M Seniors Life supplied us With so many activities - Diversions, and decisions - Some thrilling and Some disappointing, Everything that Occurred combined to form My senior year. 1972 Held more than expected. With a whole Great world Just around the corner, I wouldn't trade it for Anything! Pat Islas Nanci Lacy 20 'iff' 3h , John Lederer Execuiive Commifreeman Psrilsgjjjsh Roberi Thomas h Vice-Presideni Debbie Rolled oem a Dav Treasurer Secrefarg 206-S' Seniors Abercrombie, Jodie Abrams, Shelley Ache, John Adams, Anne Albers, Barbara Albertson, Marsha Alexander, Paul Alford, Mike Allaire, Steve Allison, Ann Andersen, June Anderson, Kathy Ater, Susie Austill, Mike Austin, Georgann Baldwin, Jackie Barham, Gail Barrington, Debbie Bartholomew, Stephen Bartus, Don Bartus, Stacy Bateman, Byron Bates, Jack Bauries, Glenn Seniors 207 "Gee, guys, lcan't help it if I'm beautiful." Charming Ronald Wardell smiles for the benefit Beale, Jimi Bean, Barbara Beggins, Patricia Behrmann, Estelle Beirs, John Bell, Belinda Bell, Randy Belsley, Michael Bennett, Vicky Benson, George Berg, Nancy Berkemeir, Bicky Bevans, Larry Billings, Bill Bishop, Katy Bittles, Bill 208 Seniors of all. Blackstone, Brad Blandford, William Bliss, Jean Blumenthal, Cathy Bolton, Manley Bond, Felicia Boren, Cheryl Borg, Greg Boswell, Malinn Boudreaux, Mike Boyle, Barbara Bradford, Bert Brand, Lynell Breaux, Joe Brennan, Nancy Brewer, Dolly X l Seniors Smiley over there thinks he s going to Texas Carl Whitmlre and George Benson discuss college. Breyley, Sail Brinkman, Pamela Brinks, Scott Britt, Brad Look ma, no chocolate mess spits out Carla McCullough Brodie, Dana Brooks, Terry Brothers, Cliff Broussard, Scott Brown, Becky Brown, Colleen Brown, Dorothy Brown, Evelyn 210 Seniors Brunsting, Carol Bruun, Marla Bryan, Sonny Bryant, Cathy Buescher, Brad Bugner, Nancy Burgess, Gayle Burns, Jay Burroughs, Marilyn Byers, Glenn Caldwell, Dave Campbell, Keith Cantrell, Judy Cardus, Hellena Carlson, Joanne Carpenter, Sherry Carswell, Susan Carter, Steve Cartwright, Stewart Cavender, John Chamberlin, Jill Chatham, Joe Cheatham, Britt Chew, Cyndi Childs, Donna Childs, Karen Chonko, Mark Christian, Kathy Seniors Cizik, Robert Clarke, Janet Clay, Marie Clegg, Ted Clement, Joe Clemons, Linda Clopton, William Cobb, Kerri "Shhh, he says he s the Easter Chicken." Anne Adams questions phone Cogdell, Blake Collins, Mark Collins, Pat Colpoys, Patrick Seniors Commerton, Tommy Concklin, Wes Conner, Gayle Cook, David Cooney, Mike Cordes, Linda Corlee, Dan Costis, Dean Covington, Linda Cowie, Stephen Cox, Ken Cox, Shannon Crane, Richard Critchlow, Jan Crooper, Keele Crowe, Linda Crowell, Brad Cudd, Sharon Culver, Merrill Curry, Kathy Dagley, Eric Dailey, Michelle Daneff, Dan Daniel, Valerie Davis, Centha Davis, Jack Davis, Mindy Davis, Tracy Seniors - DeLancey, Meg DePierri, Patti Desadier, Gale Detamore, Janet Dickerson, Donna Dickinson, Holli Dickson, Larry Dishroon, Brenda Dobbs, Nancy Donner, Gwen Dopt, Alan Doran, Mark Downey, Mike Drakos, Kathy Dubois, Amy Dudley, David 214 Seniors "Look into my crystal bubble," entrfes Jackie Baldwin Dunbar, Debra. Dunbar, Ftobert Dunphy, Bo Eaton, Bruce Eckhardt, Jim Edward, Teresa Effinger, Kenny Eglight, Henry Eiserman, Dale Ellison, Elaine Elms, Jett Elstad, Nancy Enroth, Lawrence Erwin, John Eubanks, Sara Evans, Nell Evers, Patty Faggard, Melinda Farris, Jim Fehrenkamp, Debbie Felker, Martha Ferguson, Ftobert Ferris, Debbie Fincher, Bruce Flatt, Paula Flowers, Colette Fowler, Diane Fox, Martha Seniors - Frasure, Randy Frederick, Lydia Frey, Theresa Frizzell, Dominique Fuge, Christine Furber, Lynn Gabig, Tom Gaos, Marcela Gardiner, Bill Gibbs, Janice Giffin, Debbie Glass, Becky Glenn, Jaimie Gochenour, Mark Goerner, Pam Goerner, Pat Goodhart, Gail Goodwin, Olivia Gould, Dawn Gould, Sharon Grady, John Graham, Andrew Graham, Neil Graham, Woody Graves, Gary Gray, Sharon Green, Roxanne Greenfield, Annette 216 Seniors r - 1-,, weasel' W., M, ..,. ,,u'+.,W--1 , V: , - nz f - --1-li ' rf, ' ' 3 5 4: , my 'L ,ff,a1g A , f :ii " . "-,,x fifigi A .. vt ' . 1 ,G 1, 1' vw . 4 , 'ri 1 H 4 2, 4 I 1 2 ,N M ,, U,.W,w ,,., .,,, 1 il if , i . lm, gym Vg "My what pretty eyes you have." Mike Boudreaux llirts with Mark Adams, junior. Gresser, Cheryl Griess, Jennifer Griffin, Donna Grigsby, Robert Grossman, Cary Grove, Dave Grove, Taylor Gubera, Theresa Gudelman, Heidi Guerin, Gail Guerra, Charles Haddox, Terry Seniors Byron Bateman and Page Willis exhibit the new basketball form. ,, ' 49 iii' Hafer, Jim Hairston, Dorothy Hajek, Sueanne Hall, Brad Hamby, Jay Hancock, Sherri Hand, Kimberly Haning, Mary 218 - Seniors ,V 3 N H Hanlon, Larry Hargrove, John Harper, Cindy Harper, Mike Harpold, Jennifer Harris, Lori Harris, Wally Hart, Holly Hayes, Mike Haynes, Leslie Hays, Ginny Hays, Steve Healey, William Heaney, Mary Ann Hebert, Linda Hedley, Gregg Heeter, Warren Henderson, Heather Herdman, Nancy Herold, Kimberly Herter, Vicki Hibbard, Candy Hicks, Jimmy Hicks, Lyn Higinbotnam, Jeff Hill, Flick Hirsch, Chris Hogge, Michael Seniors "Wranglerettes with dandruff? Never!" exclaims Lynn Hicks while Brad Britt doesn't even notice Holder, Betsy Holland, Michelle Holland, Sharon Hollenberg, Brad Holloway, Herbert Holmes, Craig Homeyer, Mike Hopson, Rebecca Hornsby, Gail Howell, Jill Hoyt, Robert Huffman, Glenn Seniors l-luie, Jim Humbert, Mark Humble, Sue Hunkins, Danette Hunt, Gary Hur, Ann Husemann, Mary Huyser, Greg Islas, Patricia Ives, Laurie Jacks, Mark Jackson, David Jackson, Jett Jackson, Russell Jacoby, David Jacoby, Ralph James, Becca James, Bruce James, Joyce Jenkins, Scott Jensen, Kim Jochetz, George Johanson, Cynthia John, Stuart Johnson, Janette Johnson, Steve Johnston, Cathy Jones, Barbara Seniors Jones, Bryan Jones, Dennis Jones, James Jones, Janet Jones, Louis Jurasin, Tammy Kabine, Karen Kadell, Elaine Kaltenbach, Julie Kaltvvasser, Daryl Kamp, Michael Kappler, Sherry Kearney, Sheryl Keene, Carole Kelly, Bruce Kelly, Chris 222 Seniors Hmmphl My kicks are higher than hers." Ann Yelich sizes up the competition. Kelly, Suzi Kellog, Leigh Kepner, Kathy Kerr, Brian Kessler, Karen Kibler, Lisa Kirkpatrick, Vicki Kishego, Mark Kitowski, Beth Klein, Benjamin Klotz, Kay Kluthe, D'Anne Seniors 223 Knobelsdorf, John Knoeller, Craig Kobdish, Mark Koch, Gary Koecher, Eileen Kratochvil, Glen Krause, Barb Kause, Kim Kremers, Hank Kupka, Jane Lacy, Doug Lacy, Nanci Laird, Sally Lake, Audrey Land, Linda Landry, Terry LaRue, Cathy Lathum, Jeri Lathum, Teri Lawler, Rick Lawless, Richard Lawrence, Derrill Lawrence, Jane Lawson, Jimmy Leach, Robert Leavitt, Lewis Lederer, John Leisenring, Nancy 224 Seniors Leiss, Susan Lerner, Debbie Lemieux, Denise Lester, Barbara Letsos, Linda Leverick, Ric Lewis, Gary Lieb, Gaylynn Ligon, Evlyn Liija, Janet Lister, James Lodge, Linda Seniors Loe, Mary Kay Lombard, David Lorton, Arthur Losch, Paul Louderbach, Margaret Lounsbury, Clay Low, Sigrid Luby, Katyie Lucas, Margie Lukeman, Robert Lynn, Terry MaoClennan, Colleen Madden, Peggy Mahoney, Butch Mahoney, Margy Mallett, .Janet Mallia, Melinda Mange, Jane Manry, Fred - Seniors "What does she have that I don't have?" asks Kay Rounsaville ,..... e tn' 'Hia , ,uirivrf ,. L., S 3 Marlowe, Frank Marshall, Barbara Marti, Elroy Martin, Linda Martin, Pat Matocha, Becky Mattalino, Philip Maxcy, Allen May, Maureen Maybin, Dana McAlister, Dan McCollum, Jim McConnell, Lyn McCormack, Tricia McCormick, John McCrocklin, Martha McCullough, Carla McCullough, Joanne McDaniel, Linda McDonnoId, James McElroy, Mark McElveen, Gail McGihon, Charley McGIasson, Van McGouldrick, Tricia McGovern, Virginia McGuire, Dennis McKim, Elizabeth Seniors - 227 McKinley, David McMillan, Janet McMillen, Mark McRoberts, Margaret McSorley, Sam Meek, Ann Melton, David Metzier, Janie Miller, Betty Miller, Camille Miller, Cecilia Miller, Kerry Miller, Mark Miller, Mel Miller, Phil Millican, Mary Minahan, Marc Mishaw, Clifford Moffett, Chris Moffit, Don Mokwa, Lyn Mondelli, John Montgomery, James Montgomery, Pamela Montgomery, Patricia Moon, Frank Moore, Holly Moore, Pat 228 - Seniors Moore, Tina Moreland, Gina Morey, Lee Morgan, Sue Morris, Pam Morrison, Alan Morrison, Doug Morrison, Greg Moulton, Catherine Mourglia, Meredith Mudd, Barbara Muller, Cindy Murray, Debbie Myers, Phillip Nager, Floss Nagle, Liz Seniors 229 Naquin, Jaime Nations, Frank Neisch, Linda Newitt, Patty Newland, Earline Newton, Phil Nicholson, Leah Nickerson, Ellen Nigh, David Nordquist, Vicki Norwood, John Oakes, Robert O'KeIley, David Oliver, Lawrence Olsen, Susan Olson, Stephanie 230 Seniors 'FW 'Y-,Q N16 wail' 2 1 9' "Believe in me and we'll rule the worId." Gary Koch speaks to hi: CIGSS Osborne, Bobby O'Shields, Mike Pace, Janie Page, Russell Palmer, Robin Palmer, Shelley Parker, Charlotte Parker, Jean Parker, June Patey, Kathleen Paul, Pat Paulsen, Eric Pechal, Stephanie Peklenk, Steve Penn, Larry Perdue, Robert Perricone, Sharolyn Perry, Jim Perry, Margaret Persons, Paul Peterson, Mark Petursson, Birna Pfeiffer, Richard Pfeiffer, Robert Phillips, Julie Pike, Johnny Plummer, John Polstra, John Seniors Ponti, Antonio Poole, Jim Porter, Holly Powell, Kathy Ouire, Valerie Rainey, Frank Ramsey, Donna Read, James Reed, Beth Reed, Kristen Reese, Bob Reese, Steve Reiland, Julie Reynolds, Darcy Reynolds, Donna Ribelles, Terri Richardson, Bob Richardson, William Riddle, Becky Risher, David Roberts, Bill Roberts, Bruce Roberts, Jim Robinson, Craig Robinson, Janice Robinson, Jude Robison, Ann Rogers, Kevin 232 Seniors ,gg Z r ,S Na Q' .Mi J 2,-5 f:' 'SEA in K . ' -.sf A 'Su ...iw i s.X.,fQS-' -,Q f--fff, 1.a,,.gA , w ian -X as XJ g...,:QL, S' M4036 S 1 A3 stem 515-af-4 - .- ze :IK J" 'Q , gf A V In - i ---f 5 f tv., H.. . i .M tt... , Mark Velten recalls after game fun. Vioher, Karen Rollert, Debbie Ftosebrugh, Patti Bosei, Joan Ross, Paul Fiosser, Pam Rounsaville, Kay Rovelio, Debbie Busch, Stephen Russell, Betty Ftutner, Herbert Fiutrough, Marc Sams, Bob Sandland, Bob Sartorius, Tom Schares, Torn Seniors 233 I Schick, Robert Schitani, Lisa Schmitt, Barry Schneider, Heidi Scholl, Peter Schooley, Alan Schuetz, Tim Scott, Becky Scott, Wendy Seaback, Gary Seba, Barbara Shaffer, Sue Shanks, Galen Shapiro, Debbie Shelby, Dave Shipman, Nancy 234 Seniors "Are you saying l'm pigeon-toed'?" Doug Shotwell glaresz SCC Short, John Shotvvell, Doug Simpson, Arthur Simpson, Marsha Singleton, Martha Skaggs, Robert Slagle, robert Slaydon, Dianne Small, Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Nancy Becky Bob Clark Danny Jeremy Kim Mary Lou Reed Steve Suzanne Tres Smolen, Gary Snyder, Neil Sossaman, Dana Spears, Martha Specht, Gary Stallcup, Robert Stanley, Brenda Stark, Nancy Seniors Steed, Linda Stephens, Jan Stephens, Mark Stephens, Vicki Stewart, Dianne St. Laurent, Monique St. Martin, David Stone, Mary Stovall, Pam Stover, Fritz Strutz, Marcia Stubbs, Sandy Sutton, Nancy Swanke, Stephen Swanson, Randy Swearingin, David Sweeney, Patrick Tackett, Charles Taylor, George Taylor, Jan Taylor, Larry Taylor, Laura Teinert, Karen Thelen, Mark Thoms, Pat Thomas, Robert Thomason, John Thompson, Rita 236 - Seniors Dave Grove, Bruce Fincher, Wally Harris, Tres Lorton, Alan Morrison, and Keith Weaver pick over senior shirts. " Juv -ek 46 i F. v-'V ft Thompson, Scotl Thurber, Cindy Todd, Pam Touchy, Patricia Touring, Susan Tovar, Paula Towell, Brenda Tulloch, Dede Ulate, Vera Vague, David Van Ert, Jill Van Leuvan, Jane E Ji I Nl .gi ,ti-,,g,,,+zt5'ze1z'2z,. ' , zfafawm. Seniors Viscarde, Dina Vitek, Karen Vollmar, Michel Walker, Becky Walker, John Wall, Bob Walling, Diane Walls, Debbie Van Loozen, Bill Varney, Tomine Vaughn, Mike Velten, Mark Villwock, Jeff Vingoe, Susan Maybe if we wrap ourselves with paper, they won't find us." Nancy Shipman, Anne Adams, Tricia McGouIdrick, Ann Hur, and Seniors Breyley take a 'Crazy? No, I always dress this way." John Mondelli exhibits the newest style in dress. Walsh, Bobby Walz, Anne Wardell, Ronald Warden, Dan Wardlaw, Susan Warlick, Estella Watkins, Garry Watkins, Karen Watson, Konnie Watts, Cheryl Watts, Gerry Weaver, Keith Webster, Shirley Welch, Steve Welsh, Betsy Werner, Beth Seniors White, Vicki Whitmire, Carl Wilkerson, Anita Wilkerson, Lynn Wilkins, Melanie Willet, Emily Williams, Herbert Williams, Marcy Seniors Whalen, Terri Whitaker, Russell White, Gary "Cha cha cha, ole!" Gail McElveen clowns around in class. 'TJ' 4 ,ay 4-uk, 2'11r WL .L flswlbhk l "Well, l'm along, taIlTexan," Dennis Jones sits a-ponderini Williams, Mark Willis, Carol Willis, Page Wilson, Judy Winzenreid, Jay Wiseman, Kurt Witmer, Nancy Wolf, Debbie Cf' Seniors - 241 Wolfe, Mike Wolff, Jim Wood, Edwin Wood, Lynda Woodard, Dale Woods, Cathy Woodward, Nancy Yelicn, Ann Youngman, Janet Yount, Paula Zarker, Larry Zooh, Walter Garry Watkrns practices has magic W' . . , ff zrr. 421 , 25 H T C sleeping truck. rraa W ,, ,Vg' x X rv rrrr Q ,1 242 - Seniors Zz ,Q s' ,WX Wx Z! i Parker and Bob Wall stroll off into sunset - wearing their Senior Shirts. iw 5121 I Seniors - 24 wxf' WS fri , K W, Q L? ,t , I s I U . I , K5 Juniors I am number Trying harder two and Finally growing up just A little bit. Now they let usssell Things like flowers. No longer on the Bottom, but not Yet on the top. But now there are Two classes Below me. I am really getting Up there now. The class of 73! Gayle Conner ar- f -H ry 'Q 41, Y' Kuri Siess - Execuiive Commiiieeman Bob Jenkins - Presideni Janei McNeill - Secreiarg Susan Barnes - Treasurer Chris Quinn - Vice Presideni 246 - Juniors .47 ,ff Abrams, Anne Adams, Mark Albertson, Debbie Alexander, Gregory Alexander, Kyle Alford, Terri Alday, Mary Allen, Barbara Alley, Phil Allison, Melissa Althaus, Bess Anderson, Colette Anderson, Peggy Anderson, Steve Andry, Jo Ann Ater, Janie Atwood, Kathi Aubin, Paul Aubin, Pete Austermiller, Michael Ayala, Georgia Bahm, Barbara Baiamonte, Judy Jo Baker, Brad Baker, Darlene Baker, Ftobert Baker, Sandy Baldree, Mark Baldwin, Scot Ballard, Brice Ballard, Karen Balthasar, Miguel Barb, Daniel Barnes, Susan Barr, Gretchen Bartley, Newton Baxmann, Mark Beard, Brad Becker, Bill Bee, Kathy Beggins, Margaret Bell, Bonnie Bell, Kathleen Bell, Bob Bennett, Janie Benson, Chuck Benson, Margaret Beson, Jane Bighouse, Robert Birdsong, James Bixler, Becky Black, Susan Blackmore, George Bogan, Susan Juniors 4 Bond, Jay Bonilla, Elaine Booth, Stephen Borowiak, Mike Boyd, Pete Bozeman, Barbara Brenneman, Rick Brenls, Brenda Bridgen, Susan Brooks, Jim Brophy, Peggy Broussard, Brenda Broussard, Jules Browder, Lenora Brown, Barbara Brown, David Brown, Kathey Brown, Robert Brown, Stephen Browning, Kim Bruder, Kim Brumlow, Sandy Buist, Leslie Burckle, Jill Burdltt, Deanna Burger, George Burger, Mary Burke, Linda Burnham, Doug 248 Juniors "Don't look behind you now, Judy, but . . Janice Stewart, JL Musslewhite, and Barbara Bozeman roller skate in gym cla . V .. ...A .ie 21 - r f " . X I "" f.f'f:s . , , in , , , nf "' ff' Q: rl fdi ,F A n-,I K , wi- l Y 4 pgs 1 x I ff -L' titl i L iilr i fill ,am Burns, Susan Butcher, Anna Butler, Susan Campbell, Bruce Campbell, Richard Carley, Dave Carpenter, Lynn Carrillo, Louis Carroll, Sally Carter, King Carthey, Stacey Casterline, Kim Charbonneau, Erna Charlesworth, Rich Chenault, Cindy Chenoweth, David Childers, Robert Chou, Ernest Christman, Ruth Anne Clair, Lynne Clark, Steve Clark, Susan Clem, Lark Clopton, Patty Clyde, David Cochran, Adrienne Cole, Linda Coleman, Dale Colpoys, Mike Comer, Chris Conant, Terri Conger, Lisa Connor, Debbie Cook, Butch Cook, Stephen Copeland, Morgan Coppedge, Mitch Corona, Louis Cousins, Peggy Covey, Jim Covington, John Cox, Kellen Cozad, Terry Craddock, John Cramer, Nancy Crandell, Roberta Cravens, Logan Crawford, Cheryl Crittenden, David Cross, Ed Crosson, Jeffrey Crowson, Diane Culver, Cathy Cummings, Susie Juniors 249 Cunningham, Kay Dahmen, Peter Daigle, Patsy Daily, Sharon Daily, Sheila Dale, Keith Dalrymple, Laurel Davenport, Larry Davenport, Theresa Davidson, Richard Davies, Vivian Davis, Barbara Davis, Jimmie Day, Liz DeBord, Jean DeLaney, Tom DeLay, Tena Denison, Julie Denkler, Keith Denning, Bill DeSaIvo, Joe DeStena, Donna Devier, Becky Devine, Ralph Dick, Jimmy Dinges, David Dingman, Angel Dixon, Doug Dobrey, Richard Doty, Judy Dougherty, Mike Douthit, DeAnn Downey, Connie Drake, Tom Drechsel, Tom Dreyer, Craig Dring, Kathy Drummond, Deidre Drummond, Meredith Dueker, Lisa Duerr, John Duff, Sue Duke, Cheryl Duke, Kathy DuPriest, Mike Durham, John Eckhart, Brian Egger, Caroline Edwards, Jeff Emery, Lisa Ehis, Larry Erwin, Patty Essig, Diane Evans, Cindy 250 Juniors :ff if 'lv i " ' ,.,,, r 'Y' i I M I i, ,AV s W Uh 'Um Mi X W9 2+ teiil 1 no ' ai' Quill 3' .i it W ieet i 1 . , - . ix f , aj M' 71 5' nw, 1 '99 an ii f L .1 .. in :gg f tl ve heard of playing Follow the Leader . . . but in these outfits? Kurt Siess I Randy Otting act out Macbeth. A .W L 1' ay , K l L it 1- if ,, I' Q . -9 I it f 2, .Inv View ,Wx ' i 'ful 1 , oft , gf 2 A e e ll' ZS Evetts, Lynda Ewing, Beverly Faig, Elizabeth Fain, Mark Fedder, Selinda Feehan, Katie Fekete, Joyce Fenner, Libby Fickert, Karen Fifield, Tommy Finch, Joby Finn, Claire Finstad, Suzanrv Fisher, John Fisher, Valerie Fleming, Petey Fletcher, Curt Floyd, Tom Fogleman, David 8 Juniors Folk, David Fons, Leesa Ford, Don Foreman, Robert Foulk, Richard Fox, Craig Framel, Cindy Francis, David Frangakos, Cathryn Franknecht, Robert Frederick, Stephen Fricke, Becky Friedrichs, Lee Fry, Suzan Fusco, Joanne Fuge, Rebecca Galatian, Steve Gallimore, John Ganslen, Beth Gairrett, Jonelle Gartig, Diane Gavin, Richard Gay, Robert Gaynor, John Gentry, Alice Gerard, Michele Geyer, Diana Gibson, Todd Giese, Betsy Gillespie, Lou Ann Glanville, Marian Glauber, Russell Godshalk, Sharon Goldman, Betsy 252 Juniors Goltermann, Kim Goodson, Janet Gordon, Randy Graf, Chris Graham, Ceil Graham, Kathy Green, Donna Greene, Carolyn Greenfield, Jim Griffin, Connie Griffin, Jana Griffiths, Jeffrey Gubera, John Guerra, Lynne Gurley, Greg Hadlow, Pam Hager, Hilja Hager, Matt Hall, Brett Haller, Susan Hamill, Martha Hand, Brian Hand, Lynn Handwerk, Chris Haney, Amy Harbour, Meleah Harper, Robert Harrington, Tim Harris, Kathy Harris, Sandra Hartl, Loyce Haws, Brenda Hayes, Ted Haynes, Chris Healy, Flick Heaney, Liz Heath, Bob Heck, Terry Helweg, Gretchen Henckel, Bud Henderson, Irma Henriott, Michele Hensley, Don Herrington, Carol Herrington, Ilene Hewgley, Sue Hickox, Patti Hicks, Paul Hicks, Steve Hippard, Claude Hold, Debra Hole, Barbara Hole, Ronald Holloway, Bob Juniors 253 Holstead, Steve Holinger, Andrea Hopkins, Pepper Horne, Amy Horner, Mark Hornsby, David Horstketter, Cythia Howard, Candice Howard, Gail Howard, Lynn Howard, Victor Hudgins, Sally Hudson, Susan Hull, Terri Huffman, Hollie Hughes, Leigh Hull, Jane Humbert, Gail Humke, Kara Hur, Sue Hurst, Elizabeth Hutson, Eric Hyder, Mary lhlanfeldt, Susan lnce,'Tina Inglis, John lngraffia, Russell lserhardt, Bill lzzard, Randy Jankovsky, Paul Jaudon, Janice Jenkins, Bob Jenkins, Susie Jernigan, Ramona Jobe, Susan Johnson, David Johnson, Gary Johnson, Karen Johnson, Kathy Johnson, Richard Jones, Cathy Jones, Craig Jones, Laurie Jones, Bruce Jordon, Jeff Judson, Lisa Kaiser, Marc Kadell, Kathleen Kajander, John Kasmer, Bob Kean, Jack Keith, Gail Keith, Su Kelly, Bob 254 Juniors fi ' ' 'M wif gb L ACN., i-Hr vga 5 w .Wm-J . 1, sf L gem 7, ,,,, -Ha ,S 1 3455658 , .. 2 1 L . I, , ,V ' Q2 i 'M g Q r W f ,.--ewzrs T ley queries. 4 if ,J ou really want lo know what I did last night? Richard , ""'w.i.,,. . idii ' i iii dr ei 1 K i 1 'ive ' ri 'if ii? 5 5 F" i 'b Y! vi J V4 Kelting, Doug Kemp, Paul Kennedy, Karen Kennedy, Patrick Kenny, Bill Kent, Debbie Kent, Mary Kessler, Neale Kiel, Jerry King, Gary Kingsley, John Kirby, Carrie Kirkpatrick, Linda Kirkpatrick, Terri Kitowski, Gail Klorer, Jeff Knight, Tom Knobelsdorf, Karl Koebel, Andy Kraft, Steve Kremers, Diane Krenek, Joan Krueger, Susan Lamb, Debra Laney, Harriet Langley, Pam Lassiter, Jimmy Laughlin, Cindy Laughlin, Jackie Law, David Juniors 255 Lawless, Gary Lawrence, Kate Lawson, David LeGrand, Alison Lee, Larry Leehey, Maureen Leflar, Dick Lehman, Mark Leonard, Scott Lewis, Barbara Lewis, John Lewis, Robert Lewis, Trudy Lewis, Bill Lewis, Eugene Liles, Fiyan Lindsey, Janet Lischka, Cathy Lister, Sue Littlejohn, Suzanne Logan, John Lohec, Phyllis Long, David Lonquist, Paul Lottman, Bill Low, Jeff Luehrmann, Jo Anne Luflel, Tommy Luke, Norman MacKinnon, Rebecca Madden, Patty Magnusson, Sue Malone, Dawnelle Manchester, Craig Mann, Dave Mann, Douglas Mansen, David Mapes, Mike March, Dale 256 Juniors ' WY ,119 as L .44 ui ' an gf ' .r W? . I -it a 2 ? i A , it W I Q ,V A ,173 mg , .. M, 42, 2 , f ', Y' M A i ' , I? ,i J v , , -,yy 4-. 4: ' . ' - its I wi X , .iva n ,Q 2iS:af?f,ii'mi9: 4 'f S g if .., 5. ' f f "., Tres, your M 8 Ms Shatter and Tres Mc tt., I it an on me! Beth after game dance. I ,fi 'jf- is ,R K if 'O 2 -my , 1.7 5 Q is .J VW. Markley, Gary Maroney, Rick Marshall, Becky Martin, Karen Martin, Lynn Mathews, Holly Mathis, David Mathis, Julie Mattalino, Mike Mattina, Deborah Maxwell, Fred May, Patrick McAlister, Peggy McAvoy, Scott McCarthy, Lisa McClintock, Cathie McCIusky, Moira McCollum, Mark McConnell, Bobby McCoy, Shelly McCreary, Charles McCreary, Mark McDonald, Marianne McDonald, Janet McElroy, Mike MCG-inness, Susan McGovern, John McKinley, Bill McLinden, Rick McMillan, Michael McMillan, Travis McNamara, Sharon McNeill, Janet McNelis, Marilyn McNeme, Tom McRae, Margaret McWilliams, Dan Masor, Randy Meagher, Jana Juniors Meeks, Michael Mellard, Connie Menger, Carl Meushaw, Dianne Michaels, Barbara Miller, Julie Miller, Kathy Minton, Mike Mitchell, Chuck Mitchell, Melody Mitchell, Robert Mitchell, Robin Mize, Becky Monday, Cheri Mondelli, Chris Montgomery, Debbie Moody, Paul Moore, Paige Morgan, Trent Morris, Bryan Moseley, Joanna Mosley, Candy Mott, Robert Mudd, Pam Muhleman, Rick Muilenburg, Ted Mulligan, Hester Murnane, Marsha Murray, Greg Murray, Karen Juniors , " if if l i if z F 4 M ,ax ,M , , EE , 5 , "I'm FIN-ished," Holly Mathews dresses up for Cantert Ta i i i 3, 1 L," gi if ' to 9 A ,Q ,X pu 2, ti ' x Rmb W, xg 3 i if if in Murray, Lucy Murray, Susan Musslewhite, Judy Nesbitt, Donna Neuhom, Greg Newton, Wendy Ng, Brian Nicholas, Angela Nigh, Danny Ngufer, Steve O'Brien, Shannon Olander, Maribeth Gliver, Paul Omo, Cecile O'Neill, Kathy Onstot, Jamie Osborn, Lisa Osborne, Carolyn Ousterhout, David Pace, Matt Paget-Clarke, Jane Parker, Georgianne Parker, Robert Parrish, Mark Partch, Candy Paseman, Dirk Peeler, Jim Pepas, John Percival, Dave Petruzzi, John Pearson, Steve Peyton, Sherry Pfluger, Dave Phillips, Corky Phillips, Mike Phillips, Susan Y gf Pickens, Diane Pippin, Alan Pliszka, Steven Polsfoot, Sally Potts, Betty Pratka, Melissa Price, Linda Prudhomme, Fran Pruitt, Julie Pugh, Carol Pullara, Phyllis Pursley, Flichard Quinn, Chris Ralf, Mark Flaiffeisen, Carol Ramey, Gayle Ramsey, Mark Ramsey, Steve Juniors 59 RUN!-1 .-Ju... , s Rashick, Jack Reynolds, David Rhodes, Gary Ribelles, Elisa Rice, Melissa Richard, Elizabeth Richardson, Joel Richmond, Mark Ries, David Riesen, Robin Riggs, Beth Ringland, John Roberts, Doug Roberts, Eddie Roberts, Murphy Roberts, Randy Rae, Randy Rice, Steve Robinson, Todd Robinson, Tally Roe, Brian Rollins, Tom Ross, Corina Rothaus, Leslie 260 Juniors Katie Freehan struggles over a silly millimeter in drafting c S Qs' 7 sys' 1 - v 4 i ,ae K 2 mis' ls,- 1 ff -R 4 1 SK 55- 'W .2 ky' 5 -i fx 9 ,., ffiixl w'fQ: time .1 , ,QQ ., f' j- IT, 1, -i , ,I -V L f K:,.- '1" i , we as ,X I T5 ll "-Kiififii, . fi -my -1 Q ' .5 Ps it 9 t W, if K1 R rfggxwlfrt F.. i I W , ,,h.. i, x A' ' ggx ., . 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' ,r ill. f 'f' -S Q i' , 1 ,' ,gi , . 4 , A ,swf I W. , fl- I A 1 '13 , , F" ,Yang -X i gl, 1, A . , 4 ., . my Rovengo, Jane Rowe, Sharon Rudolphy, Chuck Ruhlin, Kathy Rusche, Steve Russell, Mary Lynne Russell, Jeanie Ryan, Robert Saad, Katherine Sablatona, David Sams, Larry Sandvik, Terri Santo, Sue Ellen Saville, Jack Savit, Judith Schaefer, Kim Schaeffer, Sean Scharnberg, Donna Schauer, Alan Scheirman, Bob Schenck, Greg , Scheppke, Thomas Scherrnerhorn, Peter Schmidt, David Schnittker, Doug Schreiner, Leslie Dale Schultz, Chris Schwartzkopt, Lee Schwartzkopt, Lois Scott, Brad Scott, David Scott, Jennifer Scruby, Beth Sellers, Susan Shaffer, Beth Shaffer, Sherilyn Shanks, Diana Sharpe, Janet Sherman, Sherri Shetler, Dave Shetler, Linda Shilling, Steven Shoptaw, Debbie Shuler, Wiley Siemers, Mickey Siess, Kurt Simon, Larry Simonini, Riccordo Sinderson, Terry Siney, Sonia Skidmore, Linda Skinner, Amy Skladzien, Lorrie Slagle, Tom Juniors 261 Slattery, John Sloan, Cathrine Sloan, Myra Smith, Brenda Smith, Courtney Smith, Doug Smith, Ellen Smith, George Smith, Kim Smith, Ken Smith, Nick Smith, Paul Smith, Susan Solsbery, Anne Solsbery, Carol Spain, Steve Speckhard, Barbie Spence, Mike Sprague, Jeffrey Sprott, Tom Stanbery, Jane Stansberry, Sue Stark, Sandra Starrak, Ward Stelzig, Kay Stephens, Allison Sterkx, Suzanne Stevens, Beth Stevenson, Bob Stewart, Donna Stewart, Janice Stewart, Steven Still, Tim Stinson, Janyce Stone, Debbie Story, David Sublett, Susie Sullivan, Dan Taylor, Timothy Teinert, Steve Thomas, Janet Thomas, John Thompson, Jeff Thompson, Mike Thompson, Wes Thompson, David Thorton, Lisa Tierney, Bob Toomey, Laurie Tracy, Karen Trantham, Claire Troscinski, Mark Trujillo, Jorge Tucker, Kit 26 Juniors if J if i i , .- ., ,, ,, ,Y Q, , ,xx x ni F if ff 1,1 if f-,Tu if ,W 2 't 1 -J is fr if Q . 'Sm ,, ' Q. r , JV , L F t its et f G 152 ,i I ,K 'V t, ' , -rwi:,si W X i IPX f' Y f- 430' ,TINA ff P1 VJ . we dl 'fl '-1. ,img 1.4. ff JA V N , fn K, , l., W 5 , ff, vi r 4- 7 6 lyk 9' 'l l if 1 i 5 1 I' -s 5 ' 5 ' 1 Y 9 ,F h as Q ? if ' A VVV xy' 'D' ,,,,,,lf J V ,Q ' Y V f 4, L S Q, ., if 9 X 5 ' ra f X 2 ij it ' lf' , 5 ' A- r 6 .fe 'K f' ,, ' ' -- y t or l ' . i l: 3 -' 7 9' ' Q i , limit V vw, nf . i J f 31 ' K J - . '-iff? -E -5- st love to do homevvork!", says Susan Bridgen with a smile on her face as studies in school. Turner, Dinah Tuttle, Robin Underhill, Ross Underwood, Bill Unger, Susan Urech, Buddy Utt, Kim Valenzvela, Carmen VanNort, Collins VanSant, Ann Vela, Sonia Vicklund, Sara Waggoner, Jayme Waite, Mike Waldhauser, Robin Wall, Jessica Wallace, Lyn Wallace, Nancy Walsh, Maryjane Wantschek, Loretta Wardlaw, Tessa Warfield, Dickie Warnock, Curt Warren, Diane Washburn, Brenda Watkins, Greg Watson, Kathryn Wavpotich, Judith Way, Cathy Weber, Dianne Weddle, Linda Weeks, Barbara Weems, Sherry Wehmeyer, Peggy Juniors 263 Welch, Shelby Welsh, Mary West, David West, Robert Westmoreland, Barbara Wheatley, Toni White, John White, Phil Whitfield, Mike Weland, Barbara Wilhelm, Mike Wilkin, Mark Wilkinson, William Willett, Emily Williams, Linda Williams, Bobby Willis, Kyle Wilson, David Wilson, Debi 264 - Juniors ri tartar "' ' ,L S E , it V i Y ,gi j v ig ' 1 if - .- - A 1 Avi I ' qt- gygz r- tru: at Q., .575-E 1 -5 V Q.. ! i ,, ' l W P '-'iigl L '4 'Smell - , ' "The Intellectual Jock" Larry Enis enjoys .s 'gf f , l you have to do is stick your hand there and grab it!" Mrs. Madelen y shows Chemistry I class how to work the plumbing. W, 'N 999 -2 J una 1 'wf74Kl'fa',d 4,45 4 an-:Q lil .vzi 1 K... --,. 1 1' .,k y,-Q 1 iii , K ,vt . A , - K , r.-rf " Q 4 S . I t 2 i 155 1 X 4 5, .a ' pi. N- 1 y -' h, i ri 4 1 2 ---- - 1. i. ' er.- . " Y- . ' tk f 'str Q " i f - i f s' 1 ,' . Vifv- Y 5 5. k N?3,L2::,1,KQQ1X'.ai.s 1 V n .. jixi,,.Q - ' , if lv ' L ' -r--- L2'g"'h 1 . dm f ,J hL"i . at iii! ' A "i Q Q " M. S xi I f ii-:- 1 ,V , :ft i K tw if X T Z , - Romair' K J 11 ,LLV f X ' A L 'A' J rrre - -K .pk 1- K 6 'L.. f, sq Y so ' X it yi -v Y. Y .Q A my H Zeh, Doreen " zocn, David Wilson, Bill Winzenried, Keith Wipperman, Scott Witmer, Marie Witt, Charlotte Womack, Ken Woodard, Tricia Woodward, Linda Woodward, Shannon Woolte, Janie Wooltolk, Mel Wooten, Wendy Worrell, Randy Wright, Lily Ann Wright, Melinda Wyman, Richard Yates, Karen Yates, Susan Yeager, Tracee Yeagin, Pam Yochum, John York, Jennifer Yost, Fred Young, Virginia Juniors ll? rx 'QQ 'f Qkx Qophomores The class of 74. I am not a stranger Here anymore. I feel-like I am in the Bottom middle of this Mass of people in this School. Not the youngest anymore, But not the oldest yet Either. Still two more long years Ahead. I will probably look back On it in the future and Long to be here again. But right now'I wish I Were a Senior. Steve Davies at- Julie Baldree. Mike Thibodeau, Secreiarg Presideni Susan Erwin, Melissa Wooldridge. Treasurer Execuiive-Commiiieeman Gug Lag. Vice-Presideni 268 - Sophomores T: Wiz? t i Y V? f Y ,Y r 'ttyl Abernethy, Sandra Abrams, Susan Ache, Paul Adamo, Paul Adams, Donna Adams, Kathy Adams, Mark Adams, Joan Aiden, Bob Allinson, Sidney Altenbern, Dave Altwein, Sharon Ambrose, Rodney Andersen, Richard Anderson, Gregg Anderson, Julie Andress, Russell Andrews, John Antill, Robert Aratoon, Cari Arnott, Thomas Arts, Alex Aston, John Atwood, Brian Austermiller, Liz Aven, Bill Avery, Rick Bahm, Jerry Baker, Danny Sophomores 269 Baker, Philip Baldree, Julie Balfour, Yvonne Ballard, Bruce Barker, Michelle Barr, Tom Bartlett, Cindy Bartley, Patti Bartley, Sam Battaile, David Bayer, Jeff Beall, Susan Beard, Lance Becker, Bart Beerbovver, John Beghtol, Karl Bell, Becky Bell, Janie Bell, Lynn Bell, Sue Belsley, Kevin Benson, Marilyn Berkemeier, Keith Berry, Becky Bircher, Doug Birkelo, Glynis Bishop, Dana Bishop, Margaret Bishop, Marion Blackmore, Stephanie Blaine, Dean Blakemore, Beverly Blaker, April Blankenship, Julie Blanton, Keith Blaschke, Bill Blumenshine, Jody Blundell, Candle Blundell, Pamela Bockstahler, David Boehmer, David Bomke, Amy Bond, Irene Bond, Karen Bonham, Debbie Booth, Parker Boren, Susan Boss, Kim Botard, Michelle Botts, Dana Bower, Michele Boyd, Doug Boyd, John Breaux, Michelle 270 Sophomores , J , . 72 2 3 4 ' ' 'R ti ww ,, , gl. 'l l, . i, E2 ' '97 f Q S ,I A 1 ff' Brennan, Peter Brenneman, Kent Bres, Vaughan Brooks, William Brooks, Derek Brooks, Neil Brothers, Carolyn Broussard, Kelly Browder, Rick Brown, Georgia Brown, Kathy Brown, Keith Brown, Lloyd Brown, Sam Brown, Suzy Brumlow, Jan Bryan, Kay Bryan, Flobert Bryant, Jim Buchanan, James Bucholz, Brad Bule, Beverly Buist, John Burgdorl, John Burgher, Ellen Burns, Jan Burton, Lee Butcher, Butch Butler, David Byrd, Richard Byrne, Terry Cagley, Kathy Cairnes, Wade Callahan, Robin Camp, Carol Campbell, James Campbell, Joan Cannata, Jack Canterbury, John Carle, Robin Carney, Kathy Carroll, Ann Carter, Sabra Casey, Dona Casey, Linda Champagne, Liz Chaplin, Beverly Chapman, John Charleson, Donna Chenoweth, Flicky Christopher, Paula Clark, willy Claypool, Kent Clement, Glngel Sophomores Clifford, Toni Cligrow, Chris Cline, Mary Cobb, Lucy Cochran, Kevin Coffman, Bruce Colburn, Ftyan Cole, Jim Coleman, Cathy Collins, Diana Collum, Cindy Combs, Judy Conoelman, Drew Condon, Barbara Confer, Craig Conway, Scott Copeland, Marcie Corolla, Frank Corrigan, Don Covey, Mark Cox, Brian Cox, Laura Crafton, Stephanie Crawford, David Crawford, Sharon Crim, James Critchlow, Carey Crocker, Mike Crockett, Keith Cropper, Mike Crosson, Doug Crowe, Chris Crowell, Benson Cudd, Donna Cunningham, Susan Curry, Rusty Curtis, P.J. Dalheim, William 272 Sophomores ' Q .,,,4-vi --i vzmwg, 's 1 ix ,L , , .,,, .. 'V 0, W J" 4 ,ge .gf 55, 04:1 '-Y X -. nv "3 1 x , l Qx,71L!.lff . rf I , . , M so WJ A I is -,in M2 J 'H ff, i. 7? wt A i "'---....,,,- Corrigan finds Geometry Tun, Wy: W Tn Q. ' if s r r , ii, MW' v M C 'ff Q ii. Daneff, Paul Danna, Michael Dannheim, Mike Daugherty, Hubert Davies, Shari Davis, Clifford Davis, Craig Davis, Sara Dearman, Gregg DeBenedictis, Alan DeBenedictis, Dean Delaney, Joanne Deluca, Laurette Demel, Laura Dencer, Tay! Dennis, Jacque Dennis, Jacque Lee Dennis, Mark DePierri, James Derry, Copper Desadier, Chris DeStena, Andrew Detamore, Dennis Diilard, Cathy Dillow, David Dinges, Nancy Dishroon, Karen DiStefario, Chris Doerries, Gary Doggett, Corby Doig, Kacy Dovonan, David Dorcneus, Nancy Doty, Diane Sopnomores 273 Doughty, David Draper, David Draper, John Driskell, Nancy DuBois, Doug Dufrane, Amy Dudney, Jenny Dumas, Melanie Duncan, Scott Dunphy, Brian Dutton, Robert Dykes, Dawn Edinger, Cyndi Ehlers, Stephen Einkauf, Oscar Elms, Marsha Emery, Laurie Emmert, Jane Emmott, Mike Emmott, Vicki Enis, Terri Erwin, Susan Essig, Cheryl Eubanks, Herb Everingham, Joy Fabling, David Faggard, Bill Farmer, Brad Farmer, Chris Farnsworth, Randy Farrell, Missy Ferguson, John 274 Sophomores 'IV See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil lat ,fzffifi fi if -- . --2:35 Q ' f -nwi F Qfil , 4 N lzlf we , . -3, tai its 'y if at it v,-in f Fertitta, Jay Filer, Jere Finlay, Lisa Finney, Dee Finney, Harold First, Brad Fitts, Anita Fleetwood, Richard Fleming, Vickie Flora, Richard Folk, Stephen Ford, Pat Forsyth, Katherine Foster, Judi Fox, Randy Fox, Susie Framel, Curl Franklin, Charlene Franknecht, Karen Franz, Richard Frazee, Thomas French, Robert Frey, Tom Friedmann, Pam Fuller, Karen Furber, Gary Gables, Margaret Gallagher, Sue -Gatchell, Jeff Gayle, Richard Geer, Mark Gentry, Baxter Sophomores 275 Gibbs, Ken Gibson, Sallie Gifiin, John Gillespie, Gregg Giovannini, Tom Glass, Cindy Glenn, Jan Goble, Dan Goble, Don Goff, Carole Golden, Elizabeih Goldman, Nancy Goodman, Tom Goodwin, Claudia Gowan, Manha Grace, John Graham, Candy Graham, Gail Graham, Mary Graham, Seldon Grantham, Leslie Grauke, Chad Graves, Larry Gravett, Lauri Gray, Joyce Gray, Marcella Greenfield, Mary Gregg, Debbie Gribben, Becky Grice, Charles Gripp, Cheryl Grossman, Lauren Gubera, Tom Gudelman, Mark Gulledge, Gerald Guzman, Lorene Hagen, Mike Hairston, Carla Hajek, Peter Hale, Linda Hamilton, Bobby Hand, Karen Hanlon, Michael Hargrove, Melanie Harper, Kenneth Harris, Gary Harris, Kathy Harrison, Tom Harsha, Richard Hart, Sylvia Harvey, Bob Harvey, Frank Harvey, Sandy Hasker, Jerry 276 Sophomores Mark Gudelman contemplates his fate. ,f ,fn Haupt, Jim Hawver, Anne Hayes, Jim Hays, Jeff Hedge, Laura Hedrick, Bill Helmers, Ray Henderson, Carolyn Henderson, Cathy Henrion, Lynne Heptig, Phil Hickman, Lyn Higgins, Molly Higinbolhan, Beth Hill, Bryan Hill, Patricia Hodge, Hunt Hoofling, Pam Hogg, Cathy Holland, Bill Holland, John Hollenberg, Ftandy Holloway, Debbie Holyfield, Kevin Holzinger, Jan Hooper, Sandy Hopkins, Robert Hopkins, Thomas Horne, John Horner, Busty Howard, David Howard, Judy Sophomores 277 Howell, Joan Hoyt, Dirk Hudson, Janet Hudson, Missy Huff, John Huffman, Hal Huffman, Laurie Hulsey, Tom Hur, Nancy Husmann, Steve Hyman, Jimmy lmhoff, Bill Inglis, Scott lnglish, Jim Ingram, Tim lsham, Kim lsom, Charlie Jackson, Andrew Jackson, Anne Jackson, Jay Jackson, Judy Jackson, Judy Jamail, Shawn James, Linda Jatka, Fioyce Jaudon, Karen Jeffery, George Jelson, Dianne John, Georgie Johnson, Brian Johnson, Debbie Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Kerry Johnson, Ty 278 Sophomores ul? 4 ,,,,, r.. 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" A A ' -Q-sum K' 'V J 5' m'fM viii' mmwww - J " Denise Weber enjoys Geometry Q vl ' 5 - -r ASA ' ff:Q4..g+e+.. , ,ff ,tj .5 A 1 'L WI f I 5 'iw Jones David Jones Jonathan Jones, Kenny Jones, Randy Jones Scott Jones, Tom Jordan, Michele Jordan, Scott Jorgensen, Jett Kaltwasser, Linda Kamp, Nancy Kansas, Mary Kastor, David Katopodis, Susie Kee, Chip Keeney, Paul Kefauver, Walter Kelley, Kevin Kellogg, Kathy Kelly, Colleen Kelly, Martha Kemp, Kevin Kennedy, Jeff Kent, Helen Kent, Peter Kern, Linda Kerr, Ginny Kibler, Rick Kilkenny, Mark Kimmey, Kim Kimmey, Mike Kitzmiller, Jill Klausmeyer, Kathy Knight, Sidney Knoeller, Susan Kobdish, Donald Koecher, Kevin Koehler, Doug Kraft, Linda Kramer, Mike Kranz, Richard Krause, Brian Kripp, Roberta Kullberg, Richard Kupka, Nancy Lackey, Susan Lae, Joanna Lattoon, Kyle Lagle, Beth Lambert, Melissa Landry, David Landry, Monica Landtroop, Loretta Landtord, Mary Alice Sophomores Langlois, Mike Lanoue, Marc Lanoue, Mike Larkin, Jim Lasiter, Shawna Lassere, Jimmy Laverty, Lynn Lay, Guy Le Blanc, Lisa Leatherwood, Kirk Lee, Jeff Lee, Henry Lee, Ryan Lendot, Joey Lennon, Janet Lenox, Gladden Lester, Sam Leverick, Randy Lewis, Chris Lewis, Laura Lewis, Leeann Liles, Sally Lindner, Terry Lipon, Elaine Little, Jenni Lloyd, Charlene Lodge, Tom Loe, Joanna Lombard, Christy Longstafl, Betty Losch, Larry Louderback, Glen Loughnane, Kevin Lovingfoss, Debbie Low, Margi Luedemann, Tommy Lundblad, Jeff Lynn, Greta 280 Sophomores Eating a Pen by Mike Kimbel V I f - f , . W3 : iw , N , , , , Ji, , fy it l, W i W a .-i t . ge-f f sw ,X i w A f , s qi r 1,5 1 A if PL at , gl tg? f f 2 ,Af 4: hi v 5 ,irrt K M, trg ,, .VV ,fr rig' I' A l If "' , gbffeu 5' 'H .LQ 8 If ,jg 5 55 f' M fx I 1 2 , 53 Z , 5, . x ' 1 i ' Y 'Q- I , l 3 gf' "Daydreaming," by Missy Farrell. fa ' ri 4? YM-at MacPherson, Mary Mallia, Mark Maluski, Toni Manchester, Mike Mange, Helen Mangold, Sabrina Manning, Brenda Mannix, John Marback, Kevin Marichal, Meredith Marling, Robert Marlowe, Connie Marquis, Bobby Marshall, Clint Marti, Sherry Martin, Cherry Martin, David Martin, Don Mathieu, Sandy Matina, Judy Matocha, Susan Mattes, Brad Matthews, Scott Mattina, Pam Maurer, Steve McAndrews, Jack McClain, Michael McConnell, Jim McCoy, Sherry McDaniel, Joan McDonald, Ho McElligott, Patty McEwan, Laura McGlasson, Paul McGinon, Cathi McGregor, Stewart Mclntyre, Suzanne McKim, Steve Sophomores 281 McMurray, Mona McNeme, Patti Mclfloberts, Alan McWilliams, Marc Melancon, Paul Menger, Marek Mershon, Jack Mertz, Janet Metzler, Sally Meyers, Mark Middlebrooke, Patti Mitsud, John Miller, Dana Miller, James Miller, Joseph Miller, Mark Minahan, Gary Moffitt, Jay Moon, David Moore, Ann Moore, Eric Moran, Siobhan Moreland, Kathy Morrison, Rebecca Morton, Janet Moulton, Mark Mudd, Deborah Muller, Darlene Murnane, Joe Murphrey, Tim 282 Sophomores 'f ,f " fl 'f if -, Nt '-1115. :,, f Y K ,uf K? M N .K i r,l'r ,g 0 ' .' 2 'Q it 1 fir J 4 NTS , , ,,Vli y : mx + b , . .Jim McConnell r - -.'. r , Georgianna Parker found her niche. 4-J' as Murray, Gail Mustian, Trey Myers, Margaret Nagle, Mark Nations, Mary Ann Nealy, Joyce Neeley, Ed Neighbour, Rodney Neil, Lisa Neisch, Dan Nettles, Jane Newland, Ronnie Newman, Jan Neyland, Syndy Norwood, Nancy Nuell, Irving O'Brien, David O'Brien, Regina O'ConneII, Mary O'Neil, Dave O'NeilI, Pat O'Neill, Kirk Oddo, Ben Oliphant, Craig Olive, Lindy Olivier, Lance Olsen, Ken Olson, Jackie Orr, Charles Osborn, Debbie Olting, Sherilyn Page, Judy Palmer, John Palmer, Tom Sophomores 283 Tony Geotis dreams about his next shave Parchman, Mike Park, Sam Parrish, Richard Parsons, Russell Pash, Bob Paulsen, Burford Pease, Greg Peddicord, Martha Pederson, Cindy Pederson, Karen Penn, Sharon Perini, Par Perkins, Flycca Perrenod, Matt Perry, Brenda Perry, Paul Perry, Sandy Peterson, Sarah Phillips, David Phillips, Bill Pierson, Pam Pipe, Michael Poe, Mimi Pollard, Garth Pollok, Patti Porter, Bruce Posey, Lee Powers, Evelyn Price, Laura 284 Sophomores Us , 14 i f Q5 X a ww, . Connie Downey, Eric Hutson, and others defend glasses Price, Nancy Price, Sue Propps, Greg Prudhomme, Elaine Pucciarello, Toni Rabbitt, John Raiffeisen, Jack Rairigh, Jim Randolph, Susan Rascoe, Garry Rasnick, Richard Ray, Laura Read, Kevin Reeber, Chuck Reese, Anne Reilly, Debbie Reimers, Terri Reine, Linda 286 Sophomores ,e,"'. , Reynolds, Beth Ribeiles Laura Rica Juanita RW so . 1' 1,jg"j' f. .WE i ,Q w 04 Richardson, Paul Richey, Chester Riddle, Stephanie Ries, Jennifer Rigo, Stefania Rivers, Wooly Rix, Charles Rizley, Max Roberts, Bill Roberts, Jane Roberts, Mary Roberts, Nicki Rodell, Leonard Rollert, Kathy Rosewall, Cynthia Rostron, Jeff Ruhlin, Kristy Rundle, Lois Rupert, Greg Russell, Jim Russell, Julian Russey, Rusty Ryan, Kenneth Sablatura, Joy Sackett, Matt Salmon, Mark Sandvik, Erik Saxe, Cyndy Saxon, Meredith Scace, Kevin Schaetti, Margery Scheffer, Ronald Scheppke, Sue Schick, Marybeth Schmalhausen, Jodee Scott, Judy Scruby, Leslie Seely, D'Anne Seggerman, Diane Seibert, Mary Kay Seigler, Max Selby, Morgan Semaan, Patty Seman, Anne Severson, Keith Shannon, Jerry Sheriff, Susan Shinn, Mary Shoptavv, Susan Shumway, Lee Sicking, Susan Sims, Hal Sims, Margaret Singleton, Anne Sophomores Siragusa, Carolyn Sisk, Jay Sisk, John Skinner, Jay Slattery, Joe Sledge, Sandy Smith, Babs Smith, Barbara Smith, Brad Smith, Carol Smith, Charlotte Smith, Diane Smith, Laurie Smith, Pam Smith, Randy Smith, Rosemary Smolen, Brad Smyth, Scott Snakenberg, Helen Snelling, Lynda Snider, Melody Snyder, Robert Sobocinski, Deborah Sontag, Gale Sorgini, Janet Sossaman, Jan Speight, Brian Sprowls, John Stabler, Susan Standish, Scott Stark, Janet Steele, Parker Steinmeyer, Paula Stengel, Gregg Stephens, Rebecca Stevens, Bill Stillwell, Nancy Story, Sherry 288 Sophomores F in 3 .,, 1' , we it limi, , i A ggy i ,,,, 5. , fi 'f""'--f 3' Candy Graham frightj a 3' P Y it . ix 1 Ht.: it Y Mm. discuss coitteurs. Straub, Wendy Sublett, Judy Sutton, Mike Swanke, Sunny Swanson, Jeff Swanson, Karen Sweeton, Marsha Sweeton, Melissa Symon, Beth Tableman, Mark Talley, Steve Tallman, Robin Tapscott, Steve Taylor, Brian Teague, Cindy Teer, John Tharpe, Karen Thegze, Anne Thibodeaux, Michael Thomason, Ronnie Thompson, Charles Thompson, Mary Thorington, Stephen Thurber, Steve Thurman, Terri Tibbets, Harold Tobin, Mary Tonking, Randy Touchy, Cindy Touring, David Town, Dave Triplett, Gary Troscinski, David Tully, Gary Turner, Dean Tuthill, Pam Tyson, Chris Uhr, Bill Sophomores 289 Unger, John Unger, Linda Uniake, Brian Vague, Richard Valenzuela, Marisol Van Osselaer, Tom Van Sickle, Kaycia Van Steenburg, George Vargo, Brian Vega, Marta Vela, L. R. Velten, Terry Verner, Denise Victorin, Nancy Vincent, Guy Viscarde, David Vitek, Sherri Wakin, Jeff 290 - Sophornores .QM ' ii7 i i"X? be ii, e i . I Y ' 4" ii QF' V . ' ,,, . Sf, 'Qfreii N x in Y Q ,A ' I if f iii-14,5 A . ' L Walker, Pam Walker, Tammy Wallace, Janet Walling, Jeff Walls, Betsy Walsh, Dennis Walstad, David Walz, Ftandy Wardell, Shelly Warden, Jenny Wardlaw, Jim Warfield, Vicki Warren, Craig Watkins, Laura Watson, Carol Weaver, Scott Weber, Denise Weigel, Susie Weiler, Don Wells, Gary Wells, Mike Welter, Patty Werner, Danny West, Linda West, Ronald Westbrook, Cherie Westbrooks, David Wheeler, Brian White, David Whiteman, Judy Whitley, Bill Whitman, Camille Whitney, David Wichlep, Yvonne Wiggs, Jay Wightman, Kathy Wilbur, Teresa Wilkerson, Susan Wilkes, Scott Williams, Lee Williams, Leslie Wilson, Amy Wilson, Joey Wiseman, Kim Wolf, Patricia Wood, Lauren Wood, Nancy Wooldridge, Melissa Wright, Karen Yasoni, Bruno Zeid, Rusty Zeitz, Art Zimmerman, Carol Zirker, Tom Sophomores Avis. 94 ...AL-3' ' ' an W R ,.. ., . N: I LZZZ' zz: is A S Q X vi , xi' ' 'X fb? W Q ii i :..L iw sih-ati Il i xx an 4 53' -l A I i . 2 if , 4 " ' M"i V , 49" ji vm w x H ilfiii- A ' Q13 ZW' - 1' .2.f 'q.- H355 ,r 7: v - w hflwzr .3 --:k..:. : ' Freshman At the bottom of the ladder Again, We climbed our way through This year. lt marked a lot of Growing up and also out. No other class has numbered So many as this Glorious class of 75. I thought I'd be a Freshman forever until, With some regret, We had to say our last Freshman Battle Cry! Jill Van Ert Elaine Ellison Q, Q.. 143 w rr sl 5 ir - in f 2i "'W rm " I , ,'-.1 Q A tgvufff Sharla Shaffer Jeannine Menger Treasurer Qecrefarg Brian Bognion Jerrg Novoing Nancy Adams ViCe-Presidehf Presideni Execuiive Commiiieema 294 - Freshmen 2 ff" , -l Q E of I fit, y ' r Q 7 ' ,, , , ' at fs, , , .1 a we , 151 si ft' ' 'iff - l'1'-'-Z-Zi-.'-'Z-'Z-ZA1-1-323' .fi f . ..,...,.. , , ,.,., . , . 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Aaronson, Rory Abbruscato, Mark Abramson, Kim Ackerman, Tom Adams, Jean Adams, Lisa Adams, Lynn Adams, Nancy Adams, Rusty Adamson, Leslie Aiken, Beverly Albers, Mark Alexander, Mark Allen, Michael Allender, James Alley, Steve Anderson, Grace Allinson, Roger Althaus, Ellen Ames, John Anderson, Andy Anderson, Laurie Anderson, Susan Arbaugh, James Arens, Dennis Arps, Cindy Ashton, Candy Aston, Peter Atwood, Pam Atwood, Susie Austin, Bill Austin, Tim Avitts, Ellen Ayers, Donna Bahitzke, Kristi Bailey, Ann Bailey, Bud Baker, William Bannon, Pat Barksdale, Howard Barr, Bill Barr, Michael Bartholomew, Jim Bartholomew, John Bartlett, Chuck Bartlett, William Bartus, Jamee Bateman, Jack Baxter, Blake Bayes, Ronni Bays, Joe Beall, Brooks Bean, Jerry Beasley, Barbara Freshmen 295 Beasley, John Beckwith, Mike Beeman, Arthur Behling, Laura Behrmann, Jim Bell, Cheryl Benefiel, Lynn Berry, David Biggs, Ken Bighouse, Joan Bila, Sandy Billings, David Bishop, Susan Black, David Black, Jim Blair, Trey Blaker, Laurie Blandford, Rick Blankenship, Kyle Bledsoe, Murff Bond, Roger Bonham, Janet Bonham, Jean Bonny, Allen Borowiak, Mary Bosien, Brian Bouchard, Sherry Bourgeois, Quelita Bowdoin, Mike Bowling, Pattie Boyce, Brad Boyd, Ellen rf' ff Q I V V Q f I it we fx f ' i A - F J, I ,,.i t ,,, 125'-4A f I x ,Q T I' 4 1 ., L ix, , eh ' A f , I fa iz , . g- ,fr 1 f i!J?'X,2, .. , L, Hop, Hop, hop . . 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I gg V t it ff b H ' Brinkman, Debbie Brinks, TJ Broadnax, Bob Brooks, James Brophy, David Brower, Marla Brown, Steve Brownlee, Jane Brunsting, Carl Bryan, Susan Bryant, Lee Buchanan, Mike Buckley, Chip Burkle, Lee Burger, Mark Burke, Tim Burnham, Bonnie Bush, Peggy Butler, Jody Cagle, Cindy Calhoun, Dan Cameron, Alston Campbell Lee Campbell Patricia Campbell Scott Campbell, Virginia Cannon, Theresa Carle, Karen Carley, Mark Carrillo, Edna Carroll, David Carroll, Nancy Carter, Cathy Carter, Donna Case, Nancy Casey, Jay Casey, Jim Castelow, Mike Castro, Vicki Chadwick, Guy Chance, Suzanne Cheatham, Brady Chester, Nancy Christian, Fred Christman, Sheila Church, Shauna Ciaccio, George Cizik, Paula Clark, Eileen Clark, Jim Clark, Milton Clay, David Clay, Donarl Clayborne, Terry Freshmen 297 Karla Field "Blows it Clements, Jim Clingman, Paula Cobb, Mary Jo Cobb, Sarah Cochrane, Lynn Cofield, John Cogdell, Dan Coleman, Karan Collingwood, Sue Collins, Bryan Colpoys, Cathy Comer, Shelly - Freshmen fl f- x, 1 ,rf QV Q fy x xg, - A f N If lg? lfrglf ' --1llL.' 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'ni' 3 Q4 ' a' 'r as mfg. , 'iftfgf' S M- " f tlel . vc' 1 55 wr Conant, Karen Concelman, Tim Conger, Don Connor, Lisa Cook, Nancy Cook, Ocie Cornell, Dan Cowan, George Cox, Elizabeth Craig, Jim Crandell, Cathy Crawford, Gene Crawford, Jeff Crawford, Steve Creedon, Maureen Cremona, Cindy Crim, Cindy Cross, Paula Cross, Susan Crowe, Craig Crowe, Georgia Crowson, Debbie Culver, Carolyn Cummings, David Cunningham, Richard Curtis, Laurie Daniel, Jim Davenport, Robby Davidson, Martha Davis, Cindy Davis, Jim Davis, Kevin Day, Sheree Deavel, Lisa Dencer, Beverly Denicola, Mike Denison, Mark Devine, Frank Devine, Theresa Dickinson, Stuart Dimaria, Dennis Dinges, Barbara Dlvita, Eva Doane, Charles Doctors, Denice Doegen, Chip Dorrah, Kim Dorsey, Dianne Doty, Robby Douglas, Cathy Douglas, Nancy Downey, Janet Drakos, Richard Driskell, Susie Freshmen 299 Dryden, Linda Duerr, Thomas Duffy, James Duffy, Keith Duke, Debbie Dun, Diane Dun, Merrilee Dunsire, Elizabeth Duryea, Jell Earl, Jim Effinger, Jill Eiser, Bill Emberg, Flee Emmerich, Melanie Emmert, Judy Enloe, Molly Enroth, Rinda Erwin, Jess Erwin, Mark Etnyre, Phil Evans, Greg Evans, Keith Evetts, Mark Fahey, Robyn Faig, Steve Fain, Mina Farmer, Mike Farris, Madeline Fehrenkamp, Kristi Fellows, Laura Feltner, Ellen Fenske, John Ferguson, Terese Fertitta, Cindy Feste, Cindy Fix, Madeline Flatt, Melissa Folk, Barbara 300 Freshmen M3 Q x i , , ,v ,i ,. . vm F ' 7 3 at il i 1 'F is t ' i W Q f , Q i , 43x"v5. ,F fa ' A S 1 1 1 Mgr Ci, ,E ? i l A Qi1 , ' ' 1 12 ,W f22Q+f122 F V, ,f F fm y 1- . V 2 Jig 3. t Q r K li " , lf 3 l : iv ft, li 1, M4 fc ,, w i 1 in .lily - f Folse, Dee Fontenot, Michelle Forsyth, Ellen Foulk, Susan Fowler, Bal Fox, Clayton Franklin, Chuck Frans, Annie Maria Frion, Mare Fritz, Rodney Frizzell, Robert Frost, Martha Galatian, Kenny Garrett, Mary Gartig, Carol Gartig, Sandy Gatton, Jamie Gay, Nanette Gayle, Robert Gearner, Geoff Geotis, Tony Gibson, Craig Glenn, Candy Goerner, Gary Goodhart, Martha Gould, Timmy Graham, Barbie Grana, Victor Granero, Horace Gray, Cary Gray, Kevin Gray, Lisa Green, Karen Green, Rex Greene, Patti Gregory, Brad Gregory, Rusty Griffin, Debbie Freshmen Griffin, Scott Griffith, Susan Grimsby, Ken Grootemaat, Karen Grossheim, Mary Grove, Donna Above: Freshmen learn how to speak effectively. Right: Eat em up, Eat 'em up - rah, rah, rah! Cindy Davis enjoys freshman lunch. Guerin, Robert 4., K 4 e. Hadlow' Robert ., .,.. ,:,, .-,.- 1 Q-, t 1 ,,,.. . Hagedorn, Angela i'f V G 15131 Hailaron, Dennis fi --rfr. A Hamby, Varal if , e Hamilton, Mike ,Q f 'ai SJ Hamlin, Mary Anne Ni i Hammons, Gene 535 . Freshmen Keith Duffy waits eagerly in the office to see his counselor. ' h Hanlon, Jack Hansen, Keith Hansen, Fion Hanzelka, Kathy Hargrave, Suzanne Haring, Scott Harper, Carol Harper, Julie Harpold, Trey Harrington, Shannon Harris, Holly Hambrick, Lynn Harris, James Harris, Jett Harris, Kevin Harris, Martin Hartley, Henry Hayes, Melissa Hayes, Susie Haynes, Margot Hayre, Lali Headrick, Charles Healy, Tim Hearne, Kathy Heath, Leslie Heath, Melinda Heckman, Mary Anne Hedrick, Tom Heiser, Amy Henrion, Grey Henry, Billy Heptig, Taina Herdman, Bill Hering, Greg Herndon, Liz Hickox, John Freshmen 303 Higgs, Jennifer Hill, Ann Hill, Diane Hill, Gregory Hinkle, Susan Hirsch, Steve Hodde, Sharron Hodges, Heidi Hoffman, Judy Hoglund, Kelly Holland, Cindy Holland, Jim Hollenberg, Donna Hollowell, Jay Holmes, Merry Holmes, Wendy Holzinger, Rick Homeyer, James Hoover, John Hopkins, Ashley Hopson, Cynthia Horn, Lorna Howell, Tracy Huber, Howard Huges, Charlie Huebner, Laura Huffman, Brandon Huffman, James Hughes, Greg Hughes, Linda Hull, David Hull, Helen Hull, Suzy Hulsey, Bob Humbert, Beth Hurst, Nancy Hurst, Roger Hutcheson, Vicki Hyder, Kathy Jackson, Linda Jakle, Dawn Jamieson, Marion Jankousky, Julie Jaudon, Craig Jernigan, Eric Jicha, David Johnson, Beth Johnson, Brenda Johnson, Charlotte Johnson, Gayle Johnson, Judy Johnson, Linda Johnson, Paul Johnston, David 304 Freshmen ,,-.., ,J is ,f ei 0- M, ,xl , ,, , W -. ,EITQQQQZ . Q f, r? P Johnston, Peter Jones, Janet Jones, Jeanne Jones Karen Jones Melanie Jones Margaret Jones, Scott Jones, Tracy Jordan, Reed Jorgensen, Chuck Jurasin, Greg Kabine, Pam Patty Cake, Patty Cake . . Judy Emmert and Nancy Hurst groove at the pep rally. Freshmen 305 Kahn, Tracey Kaltenbach, Todd Kansas, Debbie Karbach, Tricia Kean, Steve Keesecker, Kent Kellogg, Mary Kelly, Debbie Kelly, John Kelly, Tom Kelting, Mark Kennedy, Kathy Kent, Bob Kidd, Tommy Kietzrnan, Lorrie King, Patton Kinnaird, Clay Kinnaird, John Kirby, Leslie Kirpatrick, Patti Knapp, Linda Koch, Denise Kocian, Karen Konstas, George Koons, Robert Kosrnoski, Mark Koury, Mason Kowalsky, David Krenek, Diana Kripp, Laurie Kullberg, Cynthia . . ,K 2, l Q E 4 . A 'r pp , A f X u. ..,, 1 + M -. ' ' . ' -fl 'ff A "", , U' , ffzfi -,,it., 'Mi' A - if ,wr r, 1 , rg' ,.4rfLZ,,,i.,,.,. ,.,.f.wg?l tx-A ,J A .g f, Saw :V ff.-:nw ..,.., ,,,..1f v 1 ? -rx. r -2 gg 3 kg! , y Y an , ' , diigxgw, ll ' ' WX if is , , , it H45 3 V 319,14 ,,g.,v,fg,q i, we wig' im? 1' ' aes? ' ,i ga, 5 i r ll ,, Lafave, Janet ig. Lake, Susan , r ,yri , tg 'I'll tell you if you really want to know." 306 Freshmen .L .gtk ' ,Q K L, ,Www .w ' HAPFINESS I5 Yolinj YHRD ,0H, , FRISNHAX VlCE 985530557 nion "All right, stick 'em up!" A violent freshman lets loose his frustrations. 0 vu Ns f t,ss -if it A if L , - , . - ' If 1 f WX 1' YI, ' , A . I JY., , : '2esfg:r.fg.s:,:a' ,- ,Miz f f m,M,f,-,g-' -1.4, .1 ,. if and Jsivfv 11 if sf 4 fi , , e q , , A 'F it e-1Z? f , L ' :U V. I "Now that I think about it, this may Boynton surveys his poster. Lamb, Brian Lamour, Kenneth Landers, Randy Landholt, Carolyn Lane, Ricky Laney, Cindy Langerrud, Finn Langston, Denise be a little corny." - Bryan Lappin, Mark Larkin, Lynn Lasley, Shelley Lauterbach, Becki Lawless, Leann Lawrence, John Lawrence, Nancy LeBlanc, Patrice Lee, Brenda Lee, David Lee, Jan Lee, Martha Leehey, Colleen Legge, Glenn Leiss, Karen Lemer, Ronald Letsos, Rocky Levy, Carey Freshmen 307 Lewis, Bill Lewis, Jere Lewis, Teri Lewis, Todd Liddell, Leslie Lien, Mark Lineberry, Fiusty Lipon, Teddy Lohec, Marsha Lounsbury, Clif Love, Linda Lucas, Starla Luecke, Gerald Lupin, Leigh Maby, Monica MacAlIister, Craig Mace, Clark Mackin, Carol MacLennan, Ron MacPherson, Jeanne Maddox, Mark Maddox, Patti Mahoney, Betsy Mai, Martin Malone, Ada Mann, Laura Marry, Margaret March, Todd Marchant, Kevin Marks, Carolyn Marquis, Phyllis Marshall, Kyle Marti, Kathy Martin, Debbie Martin, Debra Martin, Garry Martinez, Aida Martinez, Curtis Masterson, Holly Matocha, Annie Matthew, Debbie Matthews, Charles Matthews, Flichard Matuszewski, Lenny Maurer, Karen Maurer, Sharen Maxcy, Kyle May, Michael Mayne, Judy McCarney, Kris McCarthy, John McColIough, Debbie McCown, Jim McCoIlough, Janet 308 Freshmen lm3,yK,4',.,1,f'..,mw .,,fif.,,5, P ww , rzj... Q 'Z' 5 2: 1 'Ok Sw sl H k K fi Z rv 1 Q V? i if i W. 3 . if L, 4 at l 4 ,.,, , ,. EJ, . . - f iv "K Q f fu 'H' , , 1 W . ,V i ,L 5 ' E 4 if l' . 1 sg 2 i .. in W fr J V Y' il fly' I 1 A Q., r ' K 1 i Q, 'writ' H f it if wrt..-am Xe- 'fr We 1 if ' gamma sy- 5 'r rt, fg , 4, JP"' I ll!! f ' - I WFS' V- Ann it ' usa L I X t . i, Q ir fnijgyrflt if 'X . " -5 Y ? li i t li g 1 1 3. C25 V5 vyir Ml 3 I I I 'S- Vi ,aw fs- rf' K-rf.. 7 rx 1 N.. fi t i, ir 3 M,-aan it e, V Q 3: 1 i i if , ' i f -so ii 155 McCurdy, Mike McDade, Scott McDonald, Kim McDowell, Jim McEIRoy, Brian McEIveen, Cindy MCC-ehee, Kevin McGreight, Mike McGIasson, Robert McGovern, Teresa Mclntyre, Kathy McKnight, Marsha McLane, Mark McNeill, Anita McNeIis, Bobby McWhorter, Ronny Metter, Barbara Menger, Jeannine Meyer, Ricky Merriott, Kevin Michaels, Linda Mifflin, Ken Mifsud, Tom "Get your hands oft me, you devil you!" Cindy Doctors and Mark Novosad romp in the mall Freshmen 309 Miller, David Miller, Dinah Miller, Frank Miller, Ken Millican, Becky Minton, John Mitchell, Carol Mitchell, Debbie Mitchell, Erin Mitchell, Philip Moher, John Molish, Carol Montfort, Ralph Moore, Nalda Moorman, Mary Ann Moreland, Amy Moreman, Bobby Morey, Nelms Morgan, Melanie Morris, Linda Morrow, Johnny Morton, Melinda Moseley, Phil Moulios, Karen Mudd, David Mudd, David Mullane, Mike Murphy, Jane Murray, Priscilla Muse, Pete Musgrove, Kari Myers, Don Myers, Mark Myers, Ron Nancarrow, Leslie Naquin, Jody Neal, Linda Neal, Mark Neel, Ama Neeley, Tedi Neff, Donna Neff, Richard Nelson, Mark Nelson, Nancy Newitt, Barbara Newlin, Stephen Newman, Barbara Newton, Phyllis Nichols, Bill Noble, Roger Norman, Travis Noufer, Glenn Novosad, Mark Novotny, Jerry 310 Freshmen -el N4 R :M 1 V: I , , i ri J fi- h xi i ,. s-,f w:,,-,..4e,,,,, ,ru N, . is 1, X i 1E 'R ,lf -is Qi 'l'1s"v.1- , di? '1 M E ,VV ,, h Hn ilf , 2f,l, l -In h L ig An , ,sr ,"' i" , 4 2, , , f A . r 4. , ' -' , "H ' Q., ' .A id' k h ' f KH ' my t it .y , i g f H A 'Q l P 'N XM 43? A , P, .: .vv-Qgrlfi--1 I 5 f, , A' I -'ggmyltzz-1 f 5 5' K.J A J ,T it P' 53 J, ' 'iv fi l Nuell, Kathy Nutt, John Oakley, Dawna O'ConnelI, Dan Oddo, Mike Ogden, Carol Oldreive, Debbie Oliver, Elizabeth Oliver, Jana Oliver, Jean Oliver, Mark O'NeiII, Kyle , "It's mine . A . mine, mine-all mine." Osborne, Kathy O'Shields, Sally Ostrofsky, Keri Otting, Angela Owen, Greg Ozkardesh, Kent Page, Denise Parker, Jack Parker, Joni Parker, Richard Parrish, David Patterson, Darlene Paul, John Payne, Mark Payton, Cheryl Pearson, Beth Pease, Leslie Peddicord, Howie Freshmen - 311 Perilloux, Jane Persons, Nathan Peter, Nance Petersen, Barbara Petersen, Vicki Peterson, Sharon Petursson, lnguar Phares, Edith Phillips, Sandra Pickens, Sandra Pickett, Holly Pique, Mike Pollord, Aida Pollak, Linda Polstra, Dave Potts, Nancy Powers, Mark Prather, John Purzer, Mary Quinn, Susan Ralls, James Ramsey, Craig Rand, Greg Randolph, Mark Ransleben, Elaine Rascoe, Sheri Rasnick, Trisha Read, Tim Reed, Barbara Reed, David Reed, James Reese, Tina Reid, Carla Reppond, Paul Rexrode, Becky Reynolds, Robin Rhodes, Patti Rhodes, Tim Rice, Leslie Ridley, John Riedel, Ralph Ringwald, Mark Ritley, Ted Roberts, Steve Robinson, Bill Robinson, Steve Roby, Trae Rodgers, Patricia Roeder, Konrad Roehm, Monica Rollins, Ted Roman, Jill Rosel, Jay Rothaus, Pam 3 2 Freshmen f il I' WW if .i vw W la-st., '57 ,J ,,, .. .. lqfl f ii l iisr cf", if i x vt X lv. , ,gg , i ff, i fg alfif 1 xx' Royal, Terri Royse, Liz Ruhlin, Bruce Busch, Mark Russell, Mark Rutledge, Dorothy Ryall, Donna Ryan, Patti Saad, Walter Sackett, Lisa Sales, Mark Salmon, Cindy Sanders, Julie Sanderson, Susie Satterfield, Jackie Schaeffer, David Schares, Steve Scheibe, Richard Schick, Patty Schomoker, Bob Schneider, Hans Scholl, Susan Schubert, Jack Schubert, Jack Schwenk, Jim Scott, Linda Scott, Nancy Seaback, Joey Seaback, Johnny Seibert, Buddy Self, Linda Semaan, Sherry Sewell, Jay Schaffer, Sharla Shapiro, Doug Shaw, Lauren Shelby, Diane Shelby, Steven Shepherd, Callie Shockley, Cleve Shortridge, Lee Shoup, David Shropshire, Bill Sicking, Matt Simmons, Mark Sirragusa, Janet Sistare, Pam Skaggs, Melody Skelly, Blair Skiadzien, Raye Ellen Sloan, Richard Smith, Brian Smith, Craig Smith, David Freshmen Smith, Jerry Smith, Kim Smith, Krista Smith, Mike Smith, Russ Smith, Steve Smith, Tracy Sobociniski, Roxanne Sontag, Zana Sorrells, Richard Spatford, John Sparkman, Sandra Spence, Doug Spence, Sandy Sproston, Greg Sprott, Herbert Stark, Tracy Staulfer, Leslie Stadman, Jett Stewart, Chuck Stewart, Craig Stiles, Jay Still, Tere Stinson, Russell St. Laurent, Lisa Stites, l-larold Stokes, Beverly Stuart, David Sturdy, Karen Sullivan, John Sullivan, Stuart Sutton, Leslie Svvanstrom, Briam Swyden, Doug Templeton, Shirley Terrell, Marcy Thibodaux, Steve Thienes, Brenda Thomas, Joe Thomas, Susan Thompson, Cathy Thompson, Cathy Thompson, DiDi Thomson, Dan Timmis, Chris Tinkham, Jell Toomey, Susan Trantham, Elaine Trumble, Reid Tulinski, Mary Tully, Terri Tuthill, Bill Tyler, Tena Tynan, Kelly 3 Freshmen 9- v 'Y if is f .p ' N , 1, 1 d:,--""' i 4 'I 3 pf f if r get f A it fawtfi-4 .V i 199' , in t 1 il , , zvif ggs, 1 1 3 ' ll if E Qt f 3 , - I W' If -ll 4 Q f I 5 1 1 ii Q 1 ll X ' if 'i 'l 2 35 1 fb"-wqhnw NN ws. , Z xhL r 5. , L g 3-is ...,, lr! , , 119 in V , V" W5 - Tyson, Kim W B i ,QL i W 4 Underhill, Cathy ly ' , W B ,ZZAV l 2 Underwood, Bobby H4 1 5 ll ' yy. , Underwood, Bobby If fxlx ffx ally' vale-mine, Wendy f 4 lla 'ill rilwx. B Van Delinder, Brett VL Va QQ., Nm, Van Ormer, Kurt -5 f ,+ ffy , x 'l A Van Steenburg, Michael r Q, .. -e V A if . he ll Vela, David ii A-32' AE Q r ' -, vickiund, Susan ., i,jggLggC?2jAg Villwork, Diane rr Mill ,iQ?prg2ggg aaiE,i,qg'f1q1 i FW -ea. , rv -, 1 ., 7: Q -sl VUWCGDT, Tim Vingoe, Doug Virgandamo, Cheryl Viscarde, Dan Vitek, Marilyn Vollmor, Bill Vrinds. Jacqueline Freshmen -31 5 Vyas, Marla Vyas, Meeta Wachendorfer, Kim Waddell, Luniece Wade, Susan Wadle, Lanny Walker, Connie Walker, Flobert Walz, Mark Walsh, Kelly Wardell, Dana Warnock, Tina Warren, Terri Waters, Kathy Watkins, Becky Watkins, John Watson, Charles Watson, Janet Watson, Karen Watson, Kevin Watson, William Watts, Pam Webb, Tom Webber, Danny 316 Freshmen Youngling, Peggy Zachary, Tim 4' if Yates, Steven Weddle, Patti Wedemeyer, Ken Weems, Mary Wehmeyer, Deena Welch, Mary Wells, Kevin Weller, Mark Werner, Allen Wesley, Richard Wessels, Don Westmoreland, Bob Whatley, Beth White, Bari White, Cynthia White, Dan White, Gerald White, Louis White, Scott Whitman, Shawn Whittenburg, Russell Wieland, Thomas Wilcox, Lou Wilkerson, Jim Williams, Julie Wilson, Greg Wilson, Jeff Wilson, Jeff Wilson, Katie Wilson, Mike Winborne, Dewey Wise, Jonell Whitmer, Cynthia Witt, William Wolford, Ftobert Womack, Joan Wood, Debbie Wood, Julie Wood, Lou Wood, Tami Woodward, Jeff Wylie, Lesa Yarborough, Debbie Yochum, Beverly Yoder, Jim Young, Cary Young, Carey Freshmen 317 www... Q f! w W2 Y f' if QM, .Q ,, . gg .agfl X-4 V 7 4--r Q? fr .2 .WW , wb, '? ,M J, is. I P Ya X 55 4 NV if ' E' gg E, n s 'Sf I 4 1 2 Q. JW . J w I, 5' uf -if 3,4 f ,G 4 , ' ,Ve Q.. Q 4 1' If-f' 4, ,, My V1 ,W E A. 2, ,Y A X Q ik fa f y 924: ll., f , , W 6 X ,W W , , 4 F f' .51v',?' ,5J, ' .fm' , ' J' wwf" ,, :'7 ... 'LAW M ., ,25 7 V'V V . l Faculty More than just teachers To me - At times even my friends. Sometimes Having more fun than Us kids. Spirited and lively, They certainly Made a year More enjoyable! lt seems like All the old, mean, Ladies that used to Teach school Never came to Westchester Chris Kelly Shannon Cox Mind molders Ourtacuhy werent Authorhy Hgures Orjustteachers They werefnends They came to all the Pepramesandgames Put on skits, Helped us through ourbontire, Laughed and acted crazy with us, And listened when we asked them to. A friend is someone who cares - They cared. Mrs. Henrietta Farmer enjoys a pep rally, Miss Gracielea Alderette Mrs. Mary Anderson Mrs. Jancy Bash Miss Rebecca Basil 1 Mrs, Sandra Behrens Mrs. Sherry Billing Mrs, Marjorie Boswell Mrs. Elizabeth Brand Mr. Lawrence Breazeale Mrs, Charlene Brothers Mrs. Jane Bruns Miss Joan Burton Faculty Casci, Mrs. Ruth Cerwenski, Miss Marinel Cole, Mrs. Mary Ann Craig, Mrs. Davis Crawford, Mrs. Norma Crews, Mrs. Sharon Crypps, Mr. Oscar Daniels, Mrs. Betty Davis, Miss Diane Davis, Mrs. Michele Davis, Mrs. Mildred Derr, Mrs. Hallie 1' Faculty 321 Doolittle, Mrs. Juanita Drago, Miss Mary Gail Driscoll, Mrs. Jeanie Dunaway, Mrs. Jane Edwards, Miss Alice Espensen, Mrs. Ava Gay Etzler, Mr. Arthur Farley, Mrs. Joyce Farmer, Mrs. Henrietta Figari, Mr. Dave Florence, Mrs. Carla Forister, Mrs. Jean "Y'aIl are so sweet. I thank you and the Baylor Bears thank you." Miss Judy Gossett talks to Miacis staff. 322 - Faculty LA- Francis, Mr. Tommy Franklin, Mr. William Frels, Mrs. Carmela Gatchell, Mrs. Mary l George, Mrs. Jeanette Giles, Miss Constance Giles, Mrs. Linda Glazer, Mrs. Elizabeth Glenn, Mrs. Nayer 1 l Gochenour, Mrs. Sue ...Q--' ' 9 Weis Gossett, Miss Judy gas! Graham, Miss Gene l Miss Susan Schmidt leads the teachers in spirit. Faculty - 323 Graves, Mrs. Joan Greene, Mrs. Susan Gremillion, Mrs. Shelia Holloway, Mr. Randall Hamilton, Miss Pamela Hamilton, Miss Susan Hammerle, Mr. John Hanson, Mrs. Garnet Hardy, Mrs. Marilyn Sue Hattield, Mrs. Helen Haymes, Miss Pamela Henderson, Mrs. Tommie Hill, Mrs. Marilee Hinds, Mrs. Lilly Holland, Mrs. Naomi Holsomback, Mrs. LaVerne Hull, Mr. James Islet, Mr. Kirby 324 Faculty 19 Jackson, Mr. Joe James, Mrs. Altha Keefer, Mrs. Deane King, Mrs. Patsy King, Mr. James King, Mr. Jimmy Koluis, Miss Susan Kraft, Mrs. Joyce Kubecka, Miss Martha Ann Laughrun, Mrs. Joan Leal, Mrs. Emily Lewis, Mrs. Dorthye General John Hammerle "Patton" leads his troops at pep rally. Faculty Lewis, Mrs. Marilyn Lewis, Mrs. Flose MacPhilIimy, Miss Janice Magness, Mrs. Judith Kay Marquis, Mrs. Jeanette Mason, Mr. Stuart Mayfield, Mrs. Juli Ann McCormick, Miss Charlotte McCraken, Mrs. Margaret McLennan, Mr, Kenneth McMackin, Mrs. Sharon Meadows, Mrs. Darla Metzger, Mrs. Clarissa Meyer, Mr. Gary Miller, Mrs. Jenny Miller, Mr. Griffith 326 - Faculty Mr. Joe Jackson educates his students about the wonders of Biology. "Frankly Mr. Wood, I couIdn't care less what you do." Mrs. Norma Crawford expresses her opinion to a student. . .3 .CE Mills, Miss Sandra Moore, Mr. Kenneth Moreland, Mrs. Evelyn Mozingo, Mrs. Peggy Murphree, Mrs. Patricia Murray, Mrs. Marsha Myers, Miss Susan Faculty - 327 Nebeker, Miss Katherine Nolan, Mrs. Elizabeth Orr, Mrs. Rebecca Palmer, Mrs. Evelyn Partridge, Mrs. Laura Patterson, Mrs. Jean Petruzzi, Mrs. Francine Polk, Mrs. Mary Poythress, Miss Deborah Pratt, Mrs. Amanda Prickette, Mrs. Carol Ann Rae, Mrs. Cathryn Reese, Mrs. Eleanor Regin, Mrs. Marie Revely, Mr. Tom Rey, Mrs. Madelen Riddle, Mr. Lonnie Roberts, Mrs. Dian Robertson, Miss Linda Rodgers, Mrs. Janie Rollo, Mr. Robert Ross, Mrs. Sharon Ruft, Mrs. Ann Scheh, Mrs. Johnetta Schermer, Mrs. Joyce Schmidt, Miss Susan Schoenewolf, Mr. Ronald Shelton, Miss Sandra Ann 328 - Faculty ht: Miss Pamela Haymes "lets it all hang out." low: Mr. Robert Strevell and Mrs. Joyce Kraft play their talents during pep rally. low right: Mr. John Williams, a number one dcat supporter, gives a pep talk during pep rally. r wmgiwra win: FA f 5 jf , a " -, 1' . V :gm Zi f 1 ,.--1 ..f f Shelton, Mr. Robert Simmons, Mrs. Catherine Skinner, Miss Mary Francis Slagle, Mrs. Maxine Smiley, Mrs. Glenda Snyder, Miss Catherine Saftord, Mrs. Betty Stafford, Mr. Dale Stevens, Mr. Fl. H. Steverson, Mrs. Loni Strait, Mrs. JoAnn Strevell, Mr. Robert "And believe me, l'm gonna get ya." Miss Basil, English teacher, speaks to an office attendance girl. Swanson, Mrs. Helen Taylor, Miss Susan Utz, Mr. Gordon VanNort, Mrs. Marjory Ward, Mrs. Donna Warmack, Mrs. Gloria Waterfield, Mrs. Becky West, Mr. Robert White, Mr. William Wiggins, Mrs. Marion Wilkerson, Mr. Wiley Winters, Mrs. Judy Woodall, Mr. Darrell Wooldridge, Mrs. Iva Yancey, Miss Cynthia Yoksh, Mrs. Carol Mrs Jeanie Driscoll contemplates a serious Faculty 331 332 - Faculty . .,.w1"Y"N-N ' ,f J Mr. Dave Figari Principals interested in students I didn't want the job To be popular Or admired I'm interested in kids. I want to have a hand In preparing today's youth For the long road Ahead . . . Life. Mr. Dale Stafford 3 Lk I ...,,..,....l.w"""""' ' 41" 1 CL 7? Mr. Kirby Isell . . . Junior Principal Grade level principals Above left: Mrs, Sherry Billing . . . Senior Principal Above right: Mr. Robert West . . . Freshman Principal Left: Mr. Robert Shelton . . . Sophomore Principal Faculty -- 333 Counselors calm confusion l've tried, Heaven only knows I-low hard l've tried. The computers drove me crazy - Almost as much as the kids. And their schedules! But through the maze of Confusion I felt a sense of Accomplishment. Senior Counselor . . . Mrs. Marie Regin -ans ,A U 'Q .5 l Left. Sophomore Counselor . . . Mr. Jimmy King Above: Sophomore Counselor . . . Mrs. Deane Keeler Right: Junior Counselor . . . Mr. Darrell Woodall 334 - Faculty -22 ,f rf Wwe! , s. .,,I' Qi? H . wk ,Mak E M - , ,, eq, Senior Counselor . . . Mrs. Jean Forister Junior Counselor . . . Mrs. Eleanor Reese The students have Many decisions ahead And I must help them make The right ones. It's hard to know what to say Sometimes - but My job is rewarding And so are my kids. Freshman Counselor . . . Mrs. Joan Graves Faculty - 335 Office workers have hecfic gear Mrs. Garnet Hanson Mrs. Judy Winters Mrs. Charlene Brothers XE 336 - Faculty .Z as :Sirk- 4-58- vm ,Aura Mrs. Sue Gochenour Left: Mr. James King . . . Registrar E2 all Ililmm . Mrs. Hallie Derr . x I "-Q. ! 'wk 1. 9 ' .,..M...,4,.,.L....4..,.f,.,..4.'-..,.,,.,..k f - .,. 4. Mrs. Maxine Slagle Mrs. Lillan Stanley Mrs. Mary Gatchell Mrs. Altha James x. XX 'X Ml? '. ..U.4.....L,. .N Left: Mrs. lva Wooldridge Facuhy iw 338 - Faculty School Board Members of the Board from left lo righ are Mr. John Holloway, Mr. Charles Meeks, Mr. Earl Gilbert, Mr. Joe Flackl Mr. Arthur LeBlanc, Mr. Bill Davis, and Mr. Denton Murphy. gif f HW,-,J :neva W 5, X ,. 5 f N 5 fa 1' px K N... , 5 -S . -N, Q SS? - .1 5, -4? 5 . 4 4 Li?-W , A M M ..,,p.,.k .5 .h - , - .-..,,- -... .,.,.. ,- -f' if .Q iz, 3-u. ni Q A Q,-....f'N1Q.,..-. .. at-.L5,s. N .fi xt - A S+ in Q 353' vi I H3 PINK ini .L A .W . xh-f 1 . f Wggwgwknxfmfvia mf -','. , 'L--- -.Y - L- L--- m,,- f. L . L.Ah ',,L. 3 1 ? s Y' 3 Q ff f ' it me-at-iss , , V, . V r BX 5" ea. Ev A F" 1 4.0. A wr 5 Q 1 , - A T ' wg 1 .f zwa .ta 4 , .. ,.,. M., . , .. , .. eg 12.--2-V -' 155-wi.,-2 .9.1..,:-,fi ,gh wt : , Q I or ,, W n Advertising and Index These are the patrons Of our school. 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Alderett, Miss Gracielea, 320, 194 Allred, Mrs, Jimmy, 164, 198 Anderson, Miss margaret, 320 Anderson, Mr. Rodger, 167, 166, 164 Bash, Mrs. Jancey, 320 Basil, Miss Rebecca, 321, 330, 140, 320 Behrems, Mrs. Sandra, 320 Berger, Mr. Allen, 169, 164 Billings, Mrs. Sherry, 320, 333 Boswell, Mrs. Marjorie, 320 l Brand, Mrs. Elizabeth, 324 l Breazeale, Mr. Lawrence, 320 l Brothers, Mrs. cnariene, 320, sae Bruns, Mrs. Jane, 320 Burton, Miss Joan, 320 Casci, Mrs. Ruth, 321, 134 Cerwenski, Miss Marinel, 321 Cole, Mrs. MaryAnn, 321, 139 Cotterell, Mr. William, 119 Crawford, Mrs. Norma, 321, 327 Crews, Mrs. Sharon, 321 Cripps, Mr. Oscar, 321, 164, 142 Daniels, Mrs. Betty, 321 Davis, Mrs. Betty, 321 Davis, Mrs. Michele, 321 Derr, Mrs. Hallie, 321, 339 Dexter, Mr. Charles, 164, 142, 162 Doolittle, Mrs. Juanita, 322, 130 Drago, Mrs. Mary Gail, 322, 123 Driscoll, Mrs. Jeanie, 322, 331 Dunaway, Mrs. Jane, 322 Edwards, Mrs. Alyce, 322 342 - Advertising Facultg Index Espensen, Mrs. Ava Gay, 322 Etzler, Mr. Arthur, 322 Farmen, Mrs. Henrietta, 322, 320 Figari, Mr. Dave, 332, 322 Florence, Miss Carla, 322 Forister, Mrs. Jean, 322, 335 Francis, Mr. Thomas, 323 French, Mr. Robert, 164 Fuquay, Miss Carolyn, 118 Gatchell, Mrs. Mary, 323, 339 George, Mrs. Jeanette, 323 Giles, Miss Constance, 323 Giles, Mrs. Linda, 323, 125 Glazer, Mrs. Elizabeth, 323 Glenn, Mrs. Nayer, 323 Gochenour, Mrs. Sue, 323, 336 Gosset, Miss Judy, 322, 323, 384 Graham, Miss Gene, 323 Graves, Mrs. Joan, 324, 335 Greene, Mrs. Joan, 324, 335 Gremillion, Mrs. Sheila, 324 Hamilton, Miss Pamela, 324 Hamilton, Miss Susan, 324, 124 Hammerle, Mr. John, 324, 325, 10 Hanson, Mrs. Garner, 324, 336 Hardy, Mrs. Marilyn Sue, 324 Hatfield, Mrs. Helen, 324 Haymes, Miss Pamela, 324, 329 Henderson, Mrs. Tommie, 324 Hill, Mrs. Marilee, 324 Hinds, Mrs. Lily, 324 Holland, Mrs. Naomi, 324 7, Holloway, Mr. Randall, 324, 183, 11- 186 Hull, Mr. James, 324, 111 lselt, Mr. Kirby, 324, 333 Jackson, Mr. Joe, 325, 326 James, Mrs. Altha, 325, 339 Keefer, Mrs. Deane, 334 King, Mr. James, 325, 336 King, Mr. Jimmy, 325, 334 King, Mrs. Patsy, 325 Kolius, Miss Susan, 325, 27, 89 Kraft, Mrs. Joyce, 325, 329 Kubecka, Miss Martha Ann, 325 Laughrun, Mrs. Joan, 325 Leal, Mrs. Emily, 325 Lewis, Mrs. Dorthye, 325 Lewis, Mrs. Marilyn, 326 Lewis, Mrs. Rose, 326, 171 Lineweaver, Mr. Charles, 164 Low, Mr. Charles, 135 MacPhilIimy, Miss Janice, 326, 137 Magness, Mrs. Judith Kay, 326 Marquis, Mrs. Jeanette, 326 Mason, Mr. Stuart, 326 Mayfield, Mrs. Jull Ann, 326 McCormick, Miss Charlotte, 326, 10 McCraken, Mrs. Margaret, 326, 132 McLennan, Mr. Kenneth, 326 McMackin, Mrs. Sharon, 326 Meadows, Mrs. Darla, 326, 140 Metzger, Mrs. Clarissa, 326 Meyer, Mr. Gary, 326 9' liller, Mrs. Jenny, 326 liller, Mr. Griffith, 326, 138 tills, Miss Sandra, 327, 136 ioore, Mr. Kenneth, 327 loreland, Mrs. Evelyn, 327 lozingo, Mrs. Peggy, 326 lurphree, Mrs. Patricia, 327 Iyers, Miss Susan, 327 lebecker, Miss Katherine, 328 olan, Mrs. Elizabeth, 328 Irr, Mrs. Rebecca, 328 almer, Mrs. Evelyn, 328 artridge, Mrs. Laura, 328 atterson, Mrs. Jean, 328 etruzzi, Mrs. Francine, 328 olk, Mrs. Mary, 328 oythress, Miss Deborah, 328 ratt, Mrs. Amanda, 328 rickette, Mrs. Carol Ann, 328 ' e, Mrs. Cathryn, 328, 104 ese, Mrs. Eleanor, 328, 335 gin, Mrs. Marie, 328, 334 vely, Mr. Tom, 328, 120 y, Mrs. Madelen, 328 ce, Mrs. Joyce, 124 ddell, Mr. Lonnie, 328, 164, 155 berts, Mrs. Dian, 328 bertson, Miss Linda, 328 gers, Mrs. Janice, 328 llo, Mr. Robert, 328 ss, Mrs. Sharon, 328, 137 uft, Mrs. Ann, 328, 20 heh, Mrs. Johnetta, 328, 119 hermer, Mrs. Joyce, 328 hmidt, Miss Susan, 328, 323 hoehewolf, Mr. Ronald, 328, 186 elton, Miss Sandra Ann, 328, 110 elton, Mr. Robert, 330, 333 immons, Mrs. Catherine, 330 kinner, Mrs. Mary Francis, 330, 174, 175 Iagle, Mrs. Maxine, 330, 339 Etiley, Mrs. Glenda, 330 yder, Miss Catherine, 330 taftord, Mrs. Betty, 330 taftord, Mr. Dale, 330, 131, 332 tanley, Mrs. Lillan, 339 teverson, Mrs. Lani, 330 lrevell, Mr. Robert, 329, 330 anson, Mrs. Helen, 331 ylor, Miss Susan, 134 calek, Mr. Ben, 167, 164 n Nort, Mrs. Mariory, 331 lard, Mrs. Donna, 331 larmack, Mrs. Gloria, 331 laterlield, Mrs. Becky, 331 lest, Mr. Robert, 331, 333 lhite, Mr. William, 331 liggins, Mrs. Marion, 331 lilkerson, Mr. Wiley, 331 linters, Mrs. Judy, 331, 336 Ioodall, Mr. Darrell, 331, 334 Voomage, Mrs. Iva, 331, 339 ancey, Miss Cynthia, 331 oksh, Mrs. Carol, 331, 339 Benior Credits BERCROMBIE, JODIE: Orchestra 9, 10, I, Secretary 12, Wranglerettes, 10, econd Lieutenant 11. BBOTT, NORMAN. 1-1: refs- sg, -- ,eps Wt.. , . litt- 1 L IO RILO 'H 5 I .,, as BILAO'S DEPT. STORE HO 8-4321 ' 8719 Katy Road "Why don't you come up and see me sometime?" suggests Wranglerette Q73 Bruce Fincher. Advertising - 343 344 ABFIAMS, SHELLY1 FHA 9, 10. ACHE, JOHN: Football 9, 103 Debate 9, 103 NFL 9, 103 SIMS 113 Senior Boys 12. ADAMS, ANNE: Bible Club 11: FHA 123 MIACIS Junior Editor 11, Advertising 123 Tri-Theta 12: Miss Westchester Finalist 12. ALBERS, BARBARA: Volleyball 9, Cap- tain of B Team 103 FHA 10, 11, 123 Tri- Theta 123 Keyettes 12. ALBERTSON, MARSHA: Transfer from Kansas City, Missouri: Las Cantatas 10, Chorale 11, 12, Wranglerettes 113 Tri- Theta. ALEXANDER, PAUL. ALFORD, MIKE: Transfer from Shreve- port, La,3 Senior Boys 123 Interact, Presi- dent 12, ALLAIRE, STEVE: Soccer Club 9, 103 Spanish Club 11: Spanish Honor Society 11. ALLISON, ANN: Transfer from Sharps- town High3 Marching Band 10, 11, Sym- phonic 10, 11, All City 10, All District 103 All City Orchestra 103 English Honor So- ciety 1O, 11, 123 Medical Careers 10, 11, 123 FTA 103 National Honor Society 11, Treasurer 123 Debate 11, 123 NFL 11, 12. ANDERSEN, JUNE: Tennis 93 Miss Freshman 93 Gallery Representative 9, 10, 113 Snowball Queen Finalist 93 AFS 9, 123 Gamma Sigma Chi 10, 12, Miss Sophomore Finalist 103 Las Cantatas 10, 113 Wranglerettes 11: Chorale 123 Tri- Theta 123 Keyettes 12. ATER, SUSIE: Transfer from Abilene, Texasg FHA 113 FTA 11, Tri-Theta 12, Thespian 12, Choir 12. ATWOOD, PAT. AUSTILL, MICHAEL: Transfer from Nor- walk, Conn.3 Varsity Football Trainer 11, 123 Varsity Basketball Trainer 11, 12. AUSTIN, GEORGANN: English Honor Society 10, 113 Student Council 10, Gal- lery Representative 113 MIACIS Advertis- ing 11, Activities Co-Editor 123 Trl-Theta 123 FHA 123 Quill and Scroll 12 BAILEY, 113 AFS 113 Senior Boys 12 BRAD Marching Band 9 10 BAKER, Woods. BRAD: Transfer from Spring BALDWIN, JACKIE: Chorale 9, 10, Histo- rian 11, Corresponding Secretary 123 BARHAM, GAIL: Transfer from Connecti- CU1. BARRINGTON, DEBRA: Orchestra 9, 10, 11, Vice-President 12, Outstanding Or- chestra Student 12, All District Orchestra 9, 10, 11, BARTHOLOMEW, STEVE: Transfer from South Pasadena, California. BAFKTUS, DON. BARTUS, STACY: Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Senior Boys 12. BATEMAN, BYRON: Football 93 Baske ball 9, 10, Varsity 11, 12. BATES, JACK: Football 9, 10, Varsity 1 12. BAUFNES, GLENN: Track 10, 113 lrttr mural Basketball 12, Ecology Club 1 Senior Boys Club 123 Debate 12, Moy Club 12. BEALE, JIM. BEAVER, FRANK: Transfer from Ne York. Sgt Here we are at the annual meeting of the Dave Figari fan club. A BOYD'S FLOWER SHOP MUMS - NOSEGAYS CORSAGES 1 513 Gessner 464-3057 BACON,WALTER, i E Canterbury Pilgrimage 103 AFS 10, 113 Gallery Representative 12, Tri-Theta 123 Gamma Sigma Chi 12. - Advertising IGGINS, PATRICIA: Transfer from Bat- Creek, Mich. IHRMANN, MARIE: Transfer from Red nk, New Jersey: Tri-Theta 12. ILL, RANDY: Transfer from New Or- ins, La. ILSLEY, MIKE: English Honor Society ,11, 12: Concert Band 10, 11, 12, irching 10, 11, 12: Science Club 12. NNETT, VICKY: Transfer from Dickin- fi, Texas: French Club 12: FHA 12: A 12: Tri-Theta 12. NSON, GEORGE: Football 9: Junior ass Vice-President. VANS, LARRY: Transfer from Rich- ds, Texas. .VlS, JOHN: Transfer from San Fran- co, Calif. BSETT, KIM: Transfer from Denton, xas: Tri-Theta 12. TTLES, BILL: Transfer from Ramapo gional High School. BLACKSTONE, BRAD: Gallery Repre- sentative 11. BLANDFORD, BILL: Football 9, 10. BLISS, JEAN: AFS 10: Gamma Sigma Chl 10: Tri-Theta 12. BLUMENTHAL, CATHY: Transfer from Fairfax, Va.: French Club Treasurer 11, 12: English Honor Society 11, Treasurer 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Amer- ican History Award 11: Keyettes Presi- dent 12: Outstanding Social Studies Award 12: National Merit Letter of Com- mendation 12. BOLTON, MANLY: Football 10. BOND, FELICIA: Art Club 9: Outstanding English Student 9: English Honor Society 10, 11, 12: French Club 11, 12: Art Award 11: Keyettes Secretary 12: Out- standing Art Student 12. BOREN, CHERYL: Wranglerettes 10, 11: English Honor Society 10, 11: Tri-Theta 12. BOSWELL, MALINN: Gallery Represent- ative 9, 10, 12: AFS 9, 10, 11, 12: Tri- JOE PRICHARD'9 COURTESY CHEVROLET I I 1 I Theta Secretary 12. BOUDREAUX, MIKE: Football 9, 10, 11, 12: Track 9: Baseball 10, 11, 12: Folk Club 10: Senior Boys 12. BOWER, JAY: Football 9, 10, 11: Track 9: Outstanding German ll Student 9: Bas- ketball 10: Golf 11, 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: English Honor Society 11, 12: Key Club 11: German Club 11: National Merit Semi-Finalist 12. BOYLE, BARBARA: Wranglerettes 10, 11: Sophomore Representative for Gamma Sigma Chi: VOE Secretary 12: Tri-Theta 12: FTA Representative 12. BRADFORD, BERT: Transfer from Wes- ton, Conn. BRAND, LYNELL: Student Council 9, 10: Tennis Team 9: Gamma Sigma Chi 9: Wranglerettes 10, 11: Gallery Represent- ative 11, 12: News Editor - EL GATO: FHA 12: National Honor Society 12: Quill 8 Scroll 12: Sergeant at Arms of Tri- Theta 12. BRENNAN, NANCY: Transfer from Nash- ville, Tenn.: Wranglerettes 10, 12: Tri- Theta 12. BREYLEY, SALI. BRINKMAN, PAM: Las Cantatas 11: Tri- Theta 12. BRINKS, SCOTT: Senior Boys 12. BRITT, BRADLEY: Key Club 9, 10, 11: Football 9, 10, 11, 12: Track 9: Canter- bury Pilgrimage 1O, 11: English Honor Society 10, 11, 12: Outstanding Ameri- can History Student 11: Senior Boys 12: Vice-President of Ski Club 12: National Honor Society 12. BROOKS, TERRY: Football 9, 10, 11: Track 10: Outstanding World History Stu- dent 10: French Club 11: National Honor Society 11, 12: Senior Boys Club 12: Ski Club 12: National Merit Letter of Com- mendation 12. BROTHERS, CLIFF. BROUSSARD, RICHARD. BROWN, COLLEEN: Wranglerettes 10, 11: Tri-Theta 12. BROWN, DOROTHY. BROWN, EVELYN: Transfer from Ran- dolph, New York: Tri-Theta 12. BROWN, BECKY: English Honor Society 10, 11, 12: Las Cantatas 9: Chorale 10, 11, 12: Tri-Theta 12. BRUNR, MARK: Track 9. BRUNN, MARLA: FHA 9, 11, Tri-Theta 12. Advertising - 345 346 BRYAN, SONNY. BRYANT, CATHY: German Club 10, 11, 12: Las Cantatas 11: Tri-Theta 12: Cho- rale 12: National Merit Commended Scholar 12. BRYZA, RANDY. BUESDER, BRAD. BUFFINGTON, FORREST G.: Transfer from Franklin Lakes, New Jersey: Senior Student Council 12. BUGNER, NANCY: Transfer from North- brook, Ill.: Tri-Theta 12. BURNS, JACK: Art Award 11: Senior Boys 12. BYERS, GLEN: Football 12. CALDWELL, DAVID: Football 9: Basket- ball 9: Band 9. CALDWELL, DIANE. CAMPBELL, KEITH: Football 9: Drama 9: Soccer Club 12. CANTRELL, JUDY: Tri-Theta 12. CARDUS, HELLENA: English Honor So- ciety 10: Chess Club 11: National Honor Society 11, 12: Tri-Theta 12: AFS 12: French Club 12. CARPENTER, SHERRY: French Club 9: AFS 11: Tri-Theta 12. CARSWELL, SUSAN: Volleyball 9, 10: FHA 11: Tri-Theta 12. CARTER, STEVE: Football 9, 10, 11. CARTWRIGHT, STEWART: Transfer from La Marque, Texas. CAVENDER, JOHN: Football 9. CESAH, RONALD. CHATHAM, JOE: Football 9: Track 10. CHEW, CYNDI: Band 9, 10, 11, 12: French Club 10: Concert Band Rep. 12: Tri-Theta 12. CHILDS, DONNA. CHILDS, KAREN. CHONKO, MARK: Transfer from New Jersey: Band 10, 11, 12: Key Club 12: Astronomy Club 12: Senior Boys 12. CHRISTIAN, KATHY: Transfer from Beaumont, Texas: FHA 12: Tri-Theta 12: Drama Club 12. CIZIK, ROBERT: Football 11, 12: Base- ball 12: Soccer 12. - Advertising MOODY-RAMBLIN INTERESTS 4615 Post Oak Place 626-5900 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS OUR DEVELOPMENTS INCLUDE: RIVERHOLLOW TOWNHOUSE SUBDIVISION NUMBER ONE POST OAK PLACE TOWN AND COUNTRY OFFICE PARK .ARKE, JANET: Transfer from Lafay- e, La.5 Tri-Theta 12. ,AY, MARIE: Gallery Representative 9, 5 Wranglerettes 10, 11, Reporter 125 glish Honor Society 10, 11, 125 Na- nal Honor Society 11, 125 Tri-Theta 125 idical Careers Club 12. EGG, TED: Football 9, 105 English nor Society 115 MAO 115 Spanish nor Society 115 Senior Representative Student Council. EMENT, JOSEPH: National Honor So- ty 115 Outstanding Science Student Senior Boys Club 12. EMONS, LINDA: Gallery Representa- e 9. INGMAN, SUSAN: Transfer from Cor- : Christi, Texas: EL GATO 125 Tri- eta 12. BB, KERRI: English Honor Society 10, 125 Gamma Sigma Chi 105 Choir 115 :ional Honor Society 125 Tri-Theta 125 nch Club 12. GDELL, BLAKE: Football 105 Senior IS 125 Ski Club 125 AFS 12. LLINS, PAT: English Honor Society COLPOYS, PAT: Chess Club 9, 105 Con- cert Band 9, 10, 11, Symphonic 125 EL GATO 11, 125 Key Club 125 Senior Boys 12. I COMMERTON, TOM: Transfer from Met- uchen, New Jersey: Football 11, 125 Baseball 125 Soccer 125 Mr. Westchester Finalist 12. CONNER, GAYLE: FHA 95 FTA 10, Sec- retary 115 MIACIS Junior Editor 125 Tri- Theta 12. COOK, DAVID: Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Track 9, 10, 11, 125 English Honor Socie- ty1O,11,125MuAlphaTheta10,11,125 Leo Club Secretary 10, 11, Director 125 FCA 11, 125 Outstanding Chemistry IK Student 115 Tri-Theta Academic Award 12. COON, DORITHY HAIRSTON. CORDES, LINDA: Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Tri-Theta 125 AFS 12. CORLEE, DAN: Senior Boys 12. COSTIS, TERRELL: National Merit Letter of Commendation 12. COUOTER, JOHN: Transfer from Hatties- burg, Mississippi. if eil... Katy Luby, Lynn Furber, Dave Melton, and Craig Robinson tell dirty jokes during lunch. SPRING BRANCH BANK MEMBER F.D.l.C.. The FREEway Bal-uk 8800 KATY FREEWAY 464-8321 Advertising - 347 348 COWIE, STEPHEN: Soccer Club 9, 10, English Honor Society 10, 11, Publicity Head, President 12, Ecology Club 11, Prep Bowl Alternate 11, Prep Bowl 12, Thespians 12, Outstanding Drama Stu- dent 12. COX, KEN: Senior Boys 12, COX, SHANNON: AFS 9, 10, 11, Senior Representative 12, FHA 9, Gallery Repre- sentative 9, 10, 11, 12, English Honor Society 10, Miss Sophomore 10, Ouill 8. Scroll 12, Gamma Sigma Chi 12, Tri- Theta 12, Keyettes 12, MIACIS - Facul- ty Co-Editor 12. CRADDOCK, BARBARA: Transfer from Robert E. Lee Senior High School, Hous- ton, Texas. CRANE, RICHARD: Student Council 9, Thespians 11, NFL 11, English Honor Society 12. CROWE, LYNDA: FHA 11, Trl-Theta 12, OEA 12. CRAWELL, BRAD: Transfer from New Jersey, Basketball 10, 11, Senior Boys 12. CUDD, SHARON, Choir 9, AFS 10, FTA 11, Tri-Theta 12. CULVER, MERRILL. CUTHART, DAN. DAGLEY, ERIC: Transfer from New Jer- sey, Soccer 10, Student Council Award 11, Ecology Club 11, Math Club 11, Sen- ior Boys Club 12, Ecology Club 12, Eng- lish Honor Society 12. DAILY, MICHELLE: FTA 11, 12, AFS 11, 12, Tri-Theta 12. DANEFF, DAN: Track 10, Debate 10, Band 10, Ecology Club 11, English Honor Society 11, Math Club 11, Drama Club 11, 12, Marching Band 11, Senior Boys Club 12, Key Club 12, Swim Team 12. DAVIS, CENTHA: French Club 10, 11, 12, English Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Junior Class Treasurer, Senior Class Treasurer, Tri-Theta 12, National Honor Society 12. DUDLEY, DAVID: Freshman Football 10, Baseball 11, 12, Senior Boys Club 12. DAVIS, JOHN: Ecology Club 11, Super Club 12, Senior Boys Club 12. DAVIS, MINDY: Gamma Sigma Chi Freshman Officer, 10, Volleyball 9, FHA 9, Gallery Representative 9, 10, Las Can- tatas 1O, 11, Chorale 12, Tri-Theta 12, Cheerleader 12. DAVIS, RICK: Track Team 9, Basketball 9, - Advertising DE LANCE, MEG: Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12, Russian Club 10, 11. DEMEL, DICKIE: Baseball 11. DE PIERFII, PATTIE: FHA 10, 11, Tri- Theta 12, DESADER, GALE: Transfer from Midland, Texas. DETAMORE, JANET: AFS 9, Hospitality Chairman 10, Junior Representative 11, Vice-President 12, Gamma Sigma Chi Freshman Representative, 10, Medical Careers Club 9, 10, Spanish Club 10, Volleyball 10, MIACIS Sports Editor 12, Tri-Theta 12, Ouill 8 Scrolk12, DICKINSON, HOLLI: Snowball Oueen 9, Student Council 9, 10, Gallery Repre- sentative 11, Wranglerettes 10, 11, Key Club Sweetheart 11, MIACIS - Ads 11, Honors Editor 12, Tri-Theta 12, Keyettes 12, English Honor Society 12. DICKSON, LARRY: Chess Club 9, Out- standing Debate I Student 10, Prep Bowl 11, 12, Outstanding Boy Debater 11, Key Club 11, Student Council 11, English Honor Society 11, NFL 11, Vice-Presi- dent 12, Outstanding Debate Student Outstanding English Student 12, Natio Honor Society 12, EL GATO - Feati Editor 12, Ouill 8. Scroll 12, DISHFOON, BRENDA: FHA 9, 10, A 10, FTA 11, 12,Tri-Theia12. DOBBS, NANCY: FHA 9, 10, Gall Representative 11, Las Cantatas 11, ' Theta Treasurer 12. DOPH, ALAN: Transfer from Orad New Jersey. DORAN, MARK: Basketball 9, 10, 11, German Club 9, 10, English Honor Sd ety10, 11, Key Club 12. DOWNEY, MIKE: Band 9, 10, 11, 12. DRAKOS, KATHY: Transfer from N Providence, New Jersey. DU BOIS, AMY: Spanish Club 9, Engl Honor Society 11, Mu Alpha Theta ' Tri-Theta 12. DUKE, CHARLES. I DUNPHY. BO: Transfer from Springfien KATY ROAD TOYOTA INC. " .A .,.,,,:- E. i 2: Ein? .Rip New-usEo SALES-sEevicE 1000 Campbell Road you for the Westchester Football team cries Principal Figari. Ill.: Basketball 10, 11: Track 10, 11: Foot- ball 11, 12: FCA President 12. DUNBAR, DEBBY: Transfer from New Canaan, Conn. DUNBAR, ROB: Transfer from New Ca- naan, Conn.g French Club 12, Diving Club 12. DUNN, LARRY. EASTERLING, BILL: Transfer from Longview High School. EFFINGER, KENNY: Football 9, 10, 11, 12: Track 9: Chorale 10, 11: Senior Boys 12. EGLIGT, HANK: Senior Boys 12. EISERMAN, DALE: DECA 11, 12. EDWARD, TERESA: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12: Majorette 10, 11, 12: Tri- Theta 12. ELLISON, ELAINE: AFS 9, 10 QSopho- more Representativeb, Treasurer 11, President 12: EL GATO 11: MIACIS Freshman Editor 12. ELMS, JEFF: Senior Boys Club 12. ELSTAD, NANCY: Transfer from Moraga, Calif. ENROTH, LARRY: Chess Club 9, 12: English Honor Society 10, 12. EVANS, NELL: French Club 9, 10, 11, Treasurer 12: Gallery Representative 10, 11: Mu Alpha Theta 11: National Honor Society 12. EVERS, PATTY: Gamma Sigma Chi 9, 10: Spanish Club 9: Bible Club 10, 11: Folk Club 10, 11. EUBANKS, SARA: English Honor Society 10: Wranglerette Twirler 10, 11: FHA 12: Tri-Theta 12. FAGGARD, MELINDA: Las Cantatas 9, Section Leader 10: Wranglerettes 10, Master Sergeant Co. C. 11, Second Lieu- tenant Co. C: Tri-Theta 12: National Honor Society 12: AFS 12: FTA 12: French Club 12. FARRIS, JIM: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Eng- lish Honor Society 11, 12: Orchestra 12. FEHRENKAMP, DEBRA. FERGUSON, ROBERT. FERRIS, DEBBIE: DECA 12. FINCHER, BRUCE: Football 9: DECA 11: Senior Boys Club 12 President. FLATT, PAULA: Transfer from Leysin, Switzerland, Advertising - 349 FLOWERS, COLETTE: Transfer from Mt. Vernon, Ohio: French Club 10: Medical Careers 11: DECA 12, AFS 12: Tri-Theta 12. FOWLER, DIANE: Wranglerettes 10. FOX, MARTHA: Transfer from St. Louis, Mo.: Spanish 10, 11. FRASURE, RANDY: Football 9, 10, 12. FREDERICK, LYDIA: English Honor Soci- ety 9, 10, 11: Band 9, 1O,11, 12: Keyettes 12: National Honor Society 12. FREY, THERESA: Transfer from Edison, New Jersey: Tri-Theta 12. FRUZZELL, DOMINIOUE: Transfer from Cherry Hill, New Jersey: Mu Alpha Theta 11: Intramural Track, Basketball, Track and Volleyball 11: Chess Club 11: Na- tional Merit Finalist 12g National Honor Society 12: Super Club 12. FUGE, CHRISTINE: Transfer from Beau- mont, Texas: Latin Club 11: MIACIS Fac- ulty Editor 11, Editor 12: National Honor Society 12: Quill 8. Scroll 12: Tri-Theta 12: Outstanding Journalism Student - MIACIS 12. FURBER, LYNN: Student Council 10: Wranglerettes 10, 11: Tri-Theta 12: Cheerleader 12. GABIG, TOM: Transfer from Scarsdaie, New York. GAOS, MARCELA: Medical Careers 10, 11: AFS 10, 11: Tri-Theta 12. Skiing Club 12. GARDINER, WILLIAM: Senior Boys Club 12. GATTON, KELLY: Transfer from Spring Woods. GEORGE, RICK. GIBBS, JANICE: Transfer from New York: Spanish Honor Award. GIFFIN, DEBBIE: Transfer from Calgary, Canada: Tri-Theta 12. GILLESPIE, RICHARD: Football 9, 10: Outstanding Drafting Student 12: Base- ball 12. GLASS, BECKY: Transfer from Connecti- cut. GOCHENOUR, MARK: Transfer from New Jersey: Football 11, 12: Russian Club 11: Outstanding Algebra ll Student 11: Outstanding Chemistry Student 11: Outstanding Russian Ill Student 11: Out- standing World History Student 11: Sen- ior Boys Club 12: National Honor Society 12: Outstanding Social Studies Student 12 350 - Advertising GOODHART, GAIL: FHA 10: DECA 12: Tri-Theta 12. GOODWIN, OLIVIA: AFS 10: English Honor Society 10, 11, 12: National Honor Society 12: Tri-Theta 12. GOEFINER, PAM: DECA 12: Tri-Theta 12. GOERNER, PAT: Tri-Theta 12. GOULD, DAWN: Transfer from Ni York. GRADY, JOHN: Senior Boys Club 12. GRAHAM, ANDY: Transfer from India apolis, indiana: National Honor Socie 11, 12: Spanish Honor Society 11: Spa ish Honor Award 11: Physics Hon Award 11: English Honor Award 11: N tional Merit Letter of Commendation 1 WAY, Wi The football team applauds Carl Menger Sr. at the 1971-72 foot banquet. VERNON 8: HAROLD'S APPLIANCES SALES - SERVICE 9729 Katy Road HO 4-1266 Houston, Texas Frigidaire fNI7'4y H. D. GOSS - Owners ' 4 f 1 the future businessman and woman's bank. 1010MiIam!TennecoBIdg.!memberFDlC Kyle Alexander produces a sample of her award winning Ultra- Brite smile. Senior Boys 12: AFS 12: Science-Math Club Treasurer 12: Outstanding Band Student 12: Marching Band 11, Drum Major 12, Symphonic 11, 12, Stage 11, 12, All District 11, 12, All Region 11, 12: Orchestra 11, 12. GRAHAM, NEIL: Chess Club 10. GRAHAM, WOODY: Chess Club Treasur- er 9: Soccer 10: Senior Boys 12. GRAVES, GARY: E.A. Award 11: Spanish IV Award 11: Spanish Honor Society 11, 12: Outstanding Math Student 12: Out- standing Spanish Student 12g National Merit Semi-Finalist. GRAVES, JIMMY. GRAY, SHARON: Tri-Theta 12: DECA 12. GREENE, ROXANNE: Transfer from Pen- sacola, Fla.: English Honor Society 11, Vice-President 12: German Club 11, President 12: Student Council English Award 11: National Honor Society 12: IBID Editor 12: Co-President Latin Club 12: National Merit Semi-Finalist 12: Stu- dent Council Representative 12. GREENFIELD, ANNIE: Transfer from Alvin, Texas: Tri-Theta 12. GREENLAW, CASEY: Transfer from St. Lous, Mo. GREGORY, SHARON: Transfer from Waltrip Sr. High, GRESSER, CHERYL: Transfer from Arca- dia, Calif.: National Honor Society 11: Physical Science Award 11: National Merit Semi-Finalist 12. GRIFFIN, DONNA: Tri-Theta 12. GRIGSBY, BOBBY: Football 9: Soccer 10, 11: Diving Club 10, 11, 12. GROSSMAN, CARY. GROVE, DAVE: Transfer from Amarillo, Texas: Basketball 10: NFL 10, 11: De- bate 1O: Spanish Club Vice-President 11, President 12: Ecology Club 11: Student Council 12 Treasurer: National Honor Society 12, English Honor Society 12: Senior Boys Club Treasurer 12: Science- Math Club 12: Astronomy Club 12. GROVE, TAYLOR: Transfer from Lafay- ette, La. GRUBB, HOLLY: Transfer from Red Bank, New Jersey: AFS 12. GUERRA, TERRIE: DE Historian 12: ' Theta 12. GUDELMAN, HEIDI: English Honor Sc ety 11, 12: FTA 11: National Honor Sc ety 12: VOE 12: Tri-Theta 1. GUERIN, GAIL: Transfer from Lc Island, New York: Tri-Theta 12. GUERRA, CHARLES. HADDOX, TERRY: Tri-Theta 12. : HAFFER, JIM: Transfer from Pittsbur Football 9: Basketball 9: Track 9: Se 'I Boys Club 12. ' HALL, BRAD: Marching Band 9, 10, 12: Senior Boys Club 12. HALL, DEBRAH: Choir 9, 10, 11: V 12: Tri-Theta 12. HANBN, LARRY: Senior Boys Club 1 HANCOCK, SHERRIE. HAND, KIMBERLY: DECA 11, 12: ' Theta 12. HANING, MARY: Wranglerettes 10. HARGROVE, JOHN: Senior Boys C 12. HARPER, CINDY: AFS 9, 10, 11: Frer Club 9, 10, Secretary 11, President English Honor Society 10, 11, Secret 12: Las Cantatas 11: National Honor 1 ciety 12: Tri-Theta 12: Chorale Sect Leader 12: TO 12: Keyettes Vice-Pre dent 123 Alternate Cheerleader 12. HARPER, MIKE: Transfer from Port , thur, Texas: German Club 12: Chi Club 12: Senior Boys Club 12. HARRIS, LESLEY, Las Cantatas 10, FHA 10, 11, 12: TO 12: Chorale 12: ' Theta 12. HARRIS, LONI: FHA 9: Las Cantatas ' 11: Tri-Theta 12. MR. AND MRS. R. C. LAWRENCE Congrafulate the Wildcats on a Good Year!! GOOD LUCK NEXT SEASON 352 - Advertising M V .Vi S 9622 30 ED ' 11625 Katy at Kirkwood . . . 497-4070 IARRIS, WALLY: Football 9 Captain, 10 Daptain, Varsity 12, Captain 122 Track 9, 1: Baseball 10, Mr. Sophomore Finalist 0: Mr. Junior Finalist 11: Vice-President ienior Boys Club 123 All District Running tack. IART, HOLLY: Transfer from Connecti- ut. iAWORTH, MARK. IAYES, MIKE: Band 9, 10. IAYS, GINNY: Tennis Letterman 9, 10, 1:AFS9,1O,11,12:FTA9,10,11,123 nglish Honor Society 10, 113 National lonor Society 12: Tri-Theta 12: VOE 12. iEALY, BILL: Senior Boys Club 12. IEANEY, MARYANN: Transfer from ulsa, Okla,3 Latin Club 103 French Club 1: FTA 11, 123 English Honor Society 1, 12: Tri-Theta 12, IEBERT, LINDA: Gamma Sigma Chi 9: ilranglerettes 11, 12: Tri-Theta 12. IEDLEY, GREG: Golf Team 11, 12. IEETER, WARREN: Senior Boys Club 32. I IENDEFISON, HEATHER: French Club it, Tri-Theta 12. lEROLD, KIM: Transfer from Columbus, Ihio: Thespians 10, 11, 123 English onor Society 10, 11, 12: World History ward 103 Chorale 11, Chaplain 12. s. HERTER, VICKY: Las Cantatas 9, Vice- President 103 Latin Club 11: Wrangler- ettes 11, 123 Gallery Representative 11: Tri-Theta 12. HIBBARD, CANDY: English Honor Socie- ty 10, 11, 12Q Las Cantatas 11: Tri-Theta 12: National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion 12: Chorale 123 TO 12. HICKS, LYNN: Transfer from Harrington Park, New Jersey: Wranglerettes 11, 12, FHA 12: Tri-Theta 122 Gamma Sigma Chi 12: AFS 12. HICKS, JIMMY: Senior Boys Club 12. HILL, RICK: Gallery Representative 12. HIRSCH, CHRIS: Senior Boys Club 12. HOGGE, MIKE: Transfer from Dobbs Ferry, New York: American History Award 113 French Club 11, 123 Senior Boys Club 12. HOLDER, BETSY: Student Council 9, 10: Volleyball 9: FHA Junior Representative 11, President 123 Tri-Theta 123 VOE Par- liamentarian 12. HOLLAND, MICHELLE: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, Cadet 12: Thespians 9, 103 English Honor Society 10, 11: AFS 10, 11, 12, NFL 11, Historian 122 National Honor Society Secretary 12. HOLLAND, SHARON. HOLLAWAY, HERB1 Transfer from Hous- ton, Waltrip: Oceanography Club 12: Div- ing Club 12: PE Award 12: Senior Boys Club 12. HOLMES, CRAIG, Soccer 113 Senior Boys Club 12. HOPSON, BECKY: English Honor Socie- ty 9, 103 Volleyball 10, 11, 12: FHA 11, 12: National Honor Society 123 Tri-Theta 12: Gallery Representative 12. Mr. C. L. Low's math class eagerly awaits the bell to begin the period Advertising - 35 HORNSBY, GAIL: Art Club 95 English Honor Society 10, 115 Art Gold Key Award 11. HOUSER, CHRISTI: Transfer from Lon- don, England, HOWELL, JILL: Student Council 95 FHA 9: Wranglerettes 105 Choir 11. HOYT, ROBERT: Transfer from Arlington Heights, Fort Worth5 Golf Team 12. HUDMAN, NANCY: Las Cantatas 115 Chorale 125 Tri-Theta 12. HUFFMAN, GLENN: Transfer from Los Alamos, Calif. HUMBERT, MARK: English Honor Socie- ty 9, Mu Alpha Theta 95 Orchestra 9, 10, 11, President 125 National Honor Society 125 National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion 12. HUMBLE, SUSAN: English Honor Society 9, 105 French Club 10, 11, 125 VOE 125 Tri-Theta 125 National Honor Society 12. HUNT, MIKE: Transfer from Horgieville, Penn.: Football 115 Baseball 115 English Honor Society 115 National Honor Socie- ty 12, Debate 125 Ecology Club 12, HUR, ANN: Wranglerettes 10, Lieutenant Junior Grade 115 Tri-Theta President 12. HUSEMAN, MARY: Volleyball Team 9, 10, 11. ISLAS, PAT: MIACIS Organizations Co- Editor 11, Senior Editor 125 Ouill 8t scroll 12, IVES, LAURIE: AFS 9, 10, 11, 125 FHA 95 Wranglerettes 10, Lieutenant Jr. 11, Drum Major 12, Vice-President 125 Na- tional Honor Society 125 Tri-Theta 125 Gallery Representative 12. JACKS, MARK: Soccer 9, 10, 11, 125 Diving Club 11, 125 Spanish Club 9. JACKSON, DAVID: Chess Club 95 Cho- rale 1O, 11, 12. JACKSON, JEFF: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 125 English Honor Society 10, 115 National Honor Society 125 Senior Boys 125 All District Band 12. JACKSON, RUSTY: Basketball 9, 105 Senior Boys 12. JACOBY, DAVID: Transfer from Baton Rouge, La.5 Diving Club 12, JACOBY, RALPH: Transfer from Baton Rouge, La.5 Diving Club 12. JAMES, BECCA: Transfer from New Or- leans, La.5 Wranglerettes 115 English Honor Society 11, 125 Tri-Theta 125 Na- tional Honor Society 125 Spanish Club 12: Spanish Honor Society 12. JAMES, BRUCE: Football 9, 105 Out- standing Woodshop Student 95 Out- standing Sophomore Boy 10. JAMES, JOYCE: Transfer from St. Louis, Mo.5 Tri-Theta 12. JENKINS, SCOTT: Senior Boys Club 13 JENSEN, KIM: Transfer from Los A geles, Calit.5 National Honor Society 1 Tri-Thet a12. JOCHETZ, BUZ: Basketball 9, 105 En lish Honor Society 9, 10, 115 Cheerlead 125 Ten JOHN, nis 125 Senior Boys Club 12. STUART: Thespians 105 Seni Boys Club 12, JOHNSON, GAYLE: AFS 9, 10, 11, 1 French Club 9, 10, 115 Las Cantatas Chorale 10, 11, 125 Keyettes 12. JOHNSON, JANETTE: Marching Band 10,11, 12, District 10, 11, 12, Region 1 125 Tri-Theta 125 VOE 12. JOHNSTON, CATHY: AFS 9: Volleyb 105 English Honor Society 10, 115 T Theta 12. JONES, DENNIS: Band 95 Senior Bo 12. JONES, JIM: Transfer from Memorial S High. JONES, JANET: Transfer from Hur Texas5 English Honor Society 10, 1 AFS 115 Tri-Theta 12. JONES, LOUIS: Football 9, 10, 11, Ca tain 125 Track 95 Golf 10. JONES, MIKE: Transfer from Scituat Mass. 0 l l I l li l I 54 YOU CAN'T FEEL GOOD UNLESS . . YOUR HAIR FEELS FINE!!! ANDRE'S 4 - Advertising I XIURASIN, TAMMY: Student Council PE Eonor Award 95 Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 125 nglish Honor Society 95 Tri-Theta 12. QABINE, KAREN: Transfer from La Porte, 'exasg Gamma Sigma Chi 12. CABELL, ELAINE: Orchestra 9, 10, 11, i25 Tri-Theta 12. CAHN, DON. iALTWASSER, DARYL: Transfer from Sam Houston High School. ZAMP, MICHAEL: Intramural Basketball 1, 12. ZAPPLER, SHERRY: Volleyball 105 Eng- sh Honor Society 105 MIACIS Freshman iditor 115 National Honor Society 12. lELLY, BRUCE: Transfer from Clark- town, New York5 Track 11, 125 Senior toys 125 Interact 125 Diving Club 125 ln- 'amural Basketball 12. ZELLY, CHRIS: AFS 95 Freshman Class iecretary 95 Miss Freshman Finalist 95 iophomore Class Secretary 105 Finalist or Key Club Sweetheart 105 Wrangler- ttes 10, 115 Miss Sophomore Finalist 105 tlAClS Co-Organizations Editor 1 1, Fac- lty Editor 125 Finalist for Key Club tweetheart 115 Miss Junior Finalist 115 ri-Theta 125 Quill 8. Scroll 12. KELLY, SUZANNE: English Honor 10, 11, 125 Thespians 11, Secretary 125 Stu- dent Council 11. KEPNER, KATHY: Band 95 English Honor Society 10, 11, 125 Volleyball 105 AFS 115 Medical Careers Secretary 115 National Honor Society 125 Tri-Theta 12. KERR, BRIAN: Chess Club Vice-Presid- net 11, President 11, 125 Student Council Algebra ll Award 115 National Honor So- ciety 125 National Merit Semi Finalist 125 Outstanding Science Student 12. KESSLER, KAREN. KIBLER, LISA: Transfer from Evansville, lndiana5 Tri-Theta 12. KIRKPATRICK, VICKI. KLOTZ, KAY: Varsity Tennis 9, 10, 115 FHA 9, 105 FTA 11, Vice-President 125 Outstanding Typing Student 115 Tri- Theta 125 National Honor Society 125 Gallery Representative 12. KISHEGO, MARK: Senior Boys 12. KITOWSKI, BETH: FGA 9, 105 Tri-Theta 12. KLIEN, BEN: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Symphonic 9, 10, 11, 12, District 95 Memorial Electronics Student Society CMESSJ 11, 125 Super Club 125 Comput- er Club President 125 Medical Careers 125 Aviation Club 125 Senior Boys 125 National Honor Society 12. KLUTHE, D'ANNE: English Honor Socie- ty 10, 115 AFS 115 Tri-Theta 12. KNOBELSDORF, JOHN: Senior Boys 125 EL GATO Staff 12 KNOELLER, GRAIG: English Honor Soci- ety 9, 105 Basketball 95 MAO 10, 11, President 125 Science Honor Society 11, 125 Key Club 11, 125 Senior Boys 125 Na- tional Merit Letter ot Commendation 12. KOBDISH, MARK: Transfer from Tulsa, Oklahoma: Gallery Representative 105 Football 11. KOECHER, EILEEN: Transfer from Beau- mont, Texas. KRATOCHVIL, GLEN: Radio Club 105 DECA 11, 12. KRAUSE, BARB: Transfer from Glen- brook North High School: National Honor Society 11, 125 English Honor Society 11, 125 Keyettes12. KRAUSE, KIM: FHA 125 Tri-Theta 12. KRUTE, DAVID. SOME 0F OUR BEST FRIENDS ARE TEACHERS . . So we give them a Special ser- Students: Free Checking Account. Clt Jice charge rate. lt's the least we can your family banks with us.j do tor our friends. ' Ia cnwtml mam 935 Gessner X P.O. Box 19485, Houston, Texas 77024 C7131 464-4641 X Member F.D I C Advertising - 355 KUPKA, JANE: Transfer from London, England, Bible Club 12, French Club 12. LACY, DOUG: Symphonic Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Chorale 10, 12, Football 10. LACY, NANCY: Sophomore Class Vice- President1O, FHA 10, 11, 12, Finalist for Miss Junior 11, MIACIS Senior Class Edi- tor 12, Tri Theta Vice-President 12. LAKE, AUDBEY: Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 9, AFS 11, National Honor Society 11, Tri-Theta 12. LAIBD, SALLY: Transfer from Ma- plewood, New Jersey, Tri-Theta 12, LAND, LINDA: National Merit Letter of Commendation 12. LANDBY, TERRY: Transfer from Florida, Wranglerettes 11, 12, Tri-Theta 12, FHA 12, Gamma Sigma Chi 12. LANE, BOB: Football 9. LABUE, CATHY: FHA 9, 11, Secretary 12, English Honor Society 10, 11, Span- ish Honor Society 11, Tri-Theta 12, Na- tional Honor Society 12g Outstanding Homemaking Student 12, LATHLJM, JEBI: Transfer from Amarillo, Texas. LATHUM, TEBI: Transfer from Amarillo, Texas. LAWLEFZ, FZICK: Football 9, 10, 11, 12. LAWRENCE, DEFlFllLL: Senior Boys 12. LEACH, BOB: Transfer from Birming- ham, Mich., Intramural Basketball, Intra- mural Volleyball, Track 11, 12, Alternate to Washington for Bill Archer 12, Senior Boys Club 12, National Honor Society 12, Super Club 12, Astronomy Club 12, English Hcnor Society 12. N LEAVITT, LEVVlS A, LEDEBER, JOHN: Transfer from Ftogei Football 10, Mu Alpha Theta 10, 1 Latin Club 10, Intramural Basketball 1 12, Intramural Volleyball 11, Gallery Ft resentative 11, National Honor Socii 12, National Merit Semifinalist 12, Seni Boys Club 12, Senior Class Executi Committeeman 12. LEISENBING, NANCY: Las Cantatas 1 AFS 10, 11, Publicity Chairman 12, El GATO Exchange Editor 12, Quill 8 Scri 12, Tri Theta 12. LEISS, SUSIE: AFS Club 10, Tri-The 12. LEMEB, DEBBIE: Transfer from Sharp town, Tri-Theta 12. 356 - Advertising J 2 1 Qi . rw w W! M 'graham ,S .lyk :utr .357 .V ..rr V Vrrik- W WMM: rykk V, in .V ggyk ...I , -ff E ZMIEUX, DENISE: Transfer from Som- erville, New Jersey. ISTER, BARBARA: Volleyball 9, 10: ACIS Picture Editor 11, 12: Tri-Theta ETSOS, LINDA: Wranglerettes 10, Twir- 11: Homecoming Queen Finalist 123 inior Boys' Sweetheart 12: Tri-Theta EWIS, GARY: Football 9: Senior Boys' ub 12. EB, GAYLYNN: Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12: 'anglerettes 12: Ski Club 123 English mor Society 12. GON, EVELYN: AFS 103 FHA 11, 12: 'anglerettes 11, 12: English Honor So- ety 11, 12: Tri-Theta 12. -JA, JANET: FHA 10: Gamma Sigma ii 10: Wranglerettes 11: AFS 121 MIA- S Honor's Editor 12. BTER, JIM: Transfer from Odessa: iotball 9, 10, 11: Intramural Basketball E: Ski Club 12: Senior Boys Club 12. EDGE, LINDA: Wranglerettes 10, Mas- Qf-Sergeant 11, Treasurer 11, Captain ig President 12: English Honor Society FQ 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: rgrheta 12. MARY KAY: Transfer from Long each, Calif.: Volleyball 11, 12: Tri-Theta DNG, MIKE: Transfer from Sam Ray- irn, Pasadena. DRTON, TRES: Symphonic Band 9, 10: iotball 10, 11, 12: Orchestra 10: Key ub 10, 11, Vice President 12: Senior lays Club 12. DSCH, PAUL: Transfer from Strake, suit: Chess Club 10: Spanish Club 10, , 12: Thespians 10, 11: National Honor iciety 11, 12, English Honor Society , 12: Spanish Honor Society 11: NFL 3 Student Council Representative 11: ES 11, Vice-President 12: Spanish nor Award 11: Senior Class President E: Key Club 12: Senior Boys Club 12: Jtstanding in Student Government 12. UDERBACK, MARGARET: English nor Society 10, 11, 12: Choir 11: EL TO Advertising Manager 125 W, SIGRID: AFS 9, 10, 11: Spanish nor Society 10, 11: Spanish Club 9, I: Spanish ll Award 9: English Honor ciety 10, 11: French Club 11: Out- nding French I Student 11: National nor Society 12. ICAS, MARGIE: Las Cantatas 9, 10, : Folk Club 9: EL GATO Photographer I, 11: MIACIS Photographer 11: Cho- e Historian 12: Bible Club 12: Tri- ieta 12. LYNN, TERRY. LUBY, KATIE: Wranglerettes 10, 11: Keyettes 12: Chorale 12: Tri-Theta 12. MacMURROUGH, JOHN. MADDEN, PEGGY: German Club 9: Tri- Theta 12. MAHONEY, BUTCH: Transfer from Baton Rouge, La.: MIACIS Photographer 12: Key Club 12: Senior Boys 12: Interact 12. MAHONEY, MARGY: Art Award 11. YW 7. L .,, , , YY MALLIA, MELINDA: Marching Band 9, 10, 11: Symphonic Band 9, 10, 11: Dis- trict Band 10, 11: Region Band 10, 11: AFS 10, 11, Secretary 12: FHA 10: EL GATO Feature Editor 12: Quill 6 Scroll 12. MANGE, JANE: FHA 9, 10: English Honor Society 10: Las Cantatas 11: Tri- Theta 12: EL GATO Feature Writer 12. MANN, JOAN: Volleyball 9. MANRY, FRED: Chess Club Treasurer 9, Vice-President 10: Soccer Club 10, 11. Miss Kari Fuquay and Mrs. Elizabeth Baldwin keep the Home Ec De partment busy. Blue Water Diving School 6838 Long Pr. or. - 644-9662 10841 Katy Freeway - 464-7370 Advertising - 357 if la , , , JW S Pete Sublett 8a Company, full line distributors of drill pipe, tubing and easing for the oil field, congratulates the Westchester High Sehool's Class of 1972 358 - Advertising 1ARON, ALLEN: Choir 9, 10, 11, 12: occer 9. IARSHALL, BARBARA: Algebra I Award :: Physical Science Award 9: Latin l .ward 10: Art Club 10: Algebra Il Award 1: Cheerleader Assistant Letter 11: nglish Honor Society 11: Latin Club 11: lutstanding Artist 12: National Honor ociety 12: Tri-Theta 12. IARTI, ELROY: Varsity Golf 9, 10, 11, Zaptain 12: Outstanding Golfer of the ear 11. 1ATOCHA, BECKY: FHA 12, Tri-Theta 2. IATTALINO, PHIL: Football 9, 10, 11: enior Boys Club 12. IAXCY, ALAN: Basketball 9: Mu Alpha heta 11: lntramural Basketball 12. 'lAY, MAUREEN: Transfer from Norfolk, a. IAYBIN, DANA: DECA 11: Tri-Theta 12, ICALISTER, DAN: Senior Boys 12: 'ECA President 12, 1cCANN, TED: Transfer from Tulsa, lklahoma. icCOLLOM, JIM: Football 9, 1O,11,12. lCCONNELL, LYNN. ICCULLOUGH, CARLA: Marching Band , 10, 11, 12, Concert 9, Symphonic 10, 1, 12, Maiorette 12: AFS 9, 10: Tri- beta 12. ICCOLLOUGH, JOANNE: Transfer from 'roton, New York: Biology ciuo 9, 10, panish Club 9, 10: English Honor Soci- ty 12. ICDANIEL, LINDA: Transfer from pringwoods: National Honor Society 11, 2: FHA 11: Wranglerettes 12: Tri-Theta 2. MCELROY, MELINDA: Wranglerettes 10: Gallery Representative 10, 11: Tri-Theta 12: FHA 12. MCELVEEN, GAIL: English Honor Society 10, 11, 12: Outstanding Athletic Award 11: Tri-Theta 12. MCGIHON, Cl-IARLEY: Transfer from Cal- ifornia: Golf 11: Senior Boys 12: lntramu- ral Basketball 12. MCGLASSON, VAN: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Concert 9, Symphonic 10, Treasurer 11: English Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12: SAPS 10, 11: MAO 10, 11: National Honor Society 11, 12: Astrono- my Club President 12. MCGOVERN, VIRGINIA: Transfer from Shawnee Mission, East Kansas: AFS 11: Thespians 11, 12: Chorale 11, President 12: Tri Theta 12. MCGUIRE, DENNIS: French Club 10: Senior Boys Club 12. MCKIM, ELIZABETH: Transfer from Char- lotte, North Carolina: Wranglerettes 10, 11, 12: Las Cantatas 11: FHA 12: Tri Theta 12: Gallery Representative 12. MCKINLEY, DAVID: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Concert 9, Symphonic 10, 11, 12: Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11: SAPS 10: Science Club 11, 12: Key Club 11, 12: National Merit Letter of Commendation 12. MCMILLAN, JANET: English Honor Soci- ety 9, 10: Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12: FTA 9: Gallery Representative 9, 10: National Honor Society 12: Tri-Theta 12: Keyettes 12: Outstanding PE Girl 12. MCMULLEN, MARK: Transfer frorn Ar- lington, Virginia. MCROBEHTS, MARGARET: FHA 9: Gamma Sigma Chi 11, 12: Tri-Theta 12. MCSORLEY, SAM: Transfer from Bloom- field Hills, Michigan. . .,, I 4? , y .ff ,q,. A iisrs r I X I i , 1, ' '+- 1cDONALD, JIM: Band 9, 10, 11, 12, ZX . ti ICELROY, MARK' My mother never did that exclaims Lee Morey as she finds out about the birds and bees. 61, beats a j cookie g 4. 1 jar 71 x gy A i I I I Y, A. Q game f if AMERICAN SAVINGS Member FDIC 602 Memorial City - 464-1616 ,V I, 'A' A , U 14606 Memorial Q Dairy Ashford - 497 4364 Other Locations: 1947 West Gray - 421 Main ' 7080 Southwest Frwy 360 - Advertising ATVVDDD DCEANICS, INC. 103 Town 8 Country Village Atwood Oceanios has always supported Westchester activities including students non-school activities such as sponsoring the 'Kiwisf a softball team of Westchester Girls. sf i1' ::5'5 if f 1:31 x . 362 . " K 1 Q Derrill Lawrence leads the senior boys spirit at pep rallies. Meek, ANN: English Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12, AFS 9, 10, 11, 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, Keyettes 12, Tri- Theta 12. MELTON, DAVE: 9, 10, 11, 12: Track 9, Gallery Representative 9, Concert Choir 9, FCA 10, 11, 12, Senior Boys Club 12, All District Football 12. METZLER, JANE: Thespians 9, 10, Sec- retary 11, Vice-President 12, Drama Award 10, DECA 12. MILLICAN, MARY: Transfer from Memo- rial, Tri-Theta 12.' MILLER, CAMILLE: Transfer from San Marina, Calif., Art Club 10, French Club 10, English Honor Society 11, 12, AFS 11, Terrence Staff 11, National Honor Society 12, FTA 12, Tri-Theta 12. MILLER, CELIE: Volleyball 9, Gamma Sigma Chi 10, 11, 12, Wranglerettes 11, English Honor Society 11, Latin Club 11, Tri-Theta 12. MILLER, ELIZABETH: FHA 9, 10, 11,12, Gamma Sigma Chi 9, 11, Tri-Theta 12. MILLER, LINDA: Transfer from Minneton- ka. - Advertising MILLER, KERRY: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Concert Band 9, 10, Symphonic 11, 12, Majorette 11, 12, AFS 9,1O,11, 12, Latin Club 10, National Honor Socie- ty 11, 12,Tri-Theta12. MILLER, MARK: Transfer from Denver, Colorado, Soccer 10, Football Trainer 11, Intramural Volleyball 11, Senior Boys Club 12, Intramural Basketball 12. MILLER, MEL: Transfer from New Or- leans, La. MILLER, PHIL: Marching Band 9,1O,11, 12, Concert 9, Symphonic 10, 11, 12, All District Band 11, 12. MINAHAN, MARC. MISHAW, CLIFF: Transfer from Pleasant- ville, New York, Basketball 11, 12, Na- tional Honor Society 12. MOFFITT, DON: Transfer from Okemos, Michigan, Marching Band 10, 11, 12, Symphonic 10, 11, 12, EL GATO Car- toonist 12, All District Band 11, 12, All Region Band 12. MOFFETT, CHRIS. MOKWA, LYNN: Transfer from Spring Branch, FHA 10, 11, 12, AFS 12, Tri- Theta 12. MONDELLI, JOHN: Transfer from Suf- fern, New York, Senior Boys Club 12. MONTGOMERY, JIM: Band 9, 10, 11, Concert 9, Symphonic 10, 11, All Debate 12, NFL 12. MONTGOMERY, PAM: Trl-Theta 12. MONTGOMERY, PATSY: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Concert 9, Symphonic 10, Librarian 11, Secretary 12, All Region 11, 12, All District 12, AFS 9, 10. MOON, FRANK: Transfer from Galves- ton, Texas, National Honor Society 12, National Merit Semi-Finalist 12, Thespian 12. MOON, VAN: Transfer from Strake Jesu- it. MOORE, TINA: AFS 9, 10, Wranglerette 11, 12, Tri-Theta 12, FHA IO. MOORE, HOLLY: Gamma Sigma Chi 10, AFS 10, Tri-Theta 12. MOORE, JAMES. MORELAND, GINA: English Honi Award 9, English Honor Society 10, 1 NFL 11, 12, Outstanding Girl Debater 1 MOREY, LEE: MIACIS Sophomore Cla: Editor 11, Assistant Editor 12. MORGAN, SUE: Mu Alpha Theta 10, Tl Theta 12, VOE 12. MORRIS, PAM. MORRISON, DOUG: Football 9, 10, Ba ketball 9, 10. MORRISON, GREG: Football 9, Baske ball 9, 10, Track 9, MOULTON, KITTY: Tri-Theta 12. l MUDD, BARBARA: FTA 9, 10, AFS ' Chorale 10, Treasurer 11, Vice-Preside 12, English Honor Society 10, 11, Junii Class Secretary 11, Tri-Theta 12, Nation al Honor Society 12, Student Council I2 National Merit Semi-Finalist 12. MULLER, CINDY: Student lnternation Meditation Society 11, 12, Tri-Theta 12 MURRAY, DEBBIE: Spanish Club 1 Namos Dei 11, English Honor Society 11 Tri-Theta 12. MYERS, PHIL. NAGER, ROSS: Transfer From Moraga Calif., Outstanding Speech and Accoun ing Student 11, EL GATO 11, Assistai Editor 12, Outstanding DE Student 11 DECA Treasurer 12, National Merit Ser Finalist 12, Quill 81 Scroll 12. I NAGLE, LIZ: FHA 9, 10, English Hon Society 10, French Club 11, Ecolo Club 11, Vice-President French Club 1 National Merit Letter of Commendatio 12, National Honor Society 12. NAOUIN, JAIME: English Honor Socie 9, 10, 11, 12, Wranglerettes 10, Mast I 'rgeant 11, 1st Lieutenant 12: National nor Society 11, 12: FTA 12: Tri-Theta ITIONS, FRANK: World History Award English Award 11. EISCH, LINDA: Transfer from Chicago, FHA 10, 11. iWITT, PATTY: FHA 11. 5WLAND, EARLINE: Transfer from Mid- Id, Texas: Tri-Theta 12: OEA 12: Na- nal Honor Society 12. EWTON, PHIL: Football 9: Track 9: nior Boys Club 12. CHOLSON, LEAH: Transfer from Dal- :, Texas: National Honor Society 12. CKERSON, ELLEN: Spanish Club 9, : Tri-Theta 12. GH, DAVIS: Basketball 9, 10: Senior nys Club 12: Key Club 12. DRDOUIST, VICKI: Tri-Theta 12. DRWOOD, JOHN: Football 9. AKES, ROBERT: Transfer from Memori- Thespian 10, President 12: DECA Par- mentarian 12: Senior Boys Club 12. KELLY, DAVE: Transfer from London, igland. -IVER, LARRY: Transfer from Dallas, lxas: Bible Club 12. SEN, SUE: Transfer from Cherry Hill, EW Jersey: FTA 11, Tri-Theta 12: Na- ynal Honor Socity 12. SON, STEPHANIE: Transfer from Emsey, New Jersey: Ecology President : English Honor Society 11, 12: Na- inal Honor Society 12: Chorale 12. OSBORNE, BOBBY: Football 9, 10, 11, 12: Track 9: Key Club 10, 11, 12: Senior Boys 12. O'SHlELDS, MIKE: Football 9, 10, 11, 12: Baseball 10, 11, 12. PACE, JANIE: Wranglerettes 11, 12: Tri- Theta 12. PAGE, RUSSEL: Concert Band 10, 11, Symphonic Band 12. PALMER, ROBIN: FHA 12: Tri-Theta 12. PALMER, SHELLY: Latin Club 10, 11, Treasurer 12: English Honor Society 10, 11, Vice-President 12: English Honor Award 11: Latin Honor Award 11: NAMOS DEI Councilman 11: National Honor Society 12. PARKER, JEAN: Volleyball 9: AFS 10, 11: FHA 11, Junior Representative: Gal- lery Representative 11: Tri-Theta 12. PARR, TIM. PATEY, KATHY: Transfer from Wayne, New Jersey: Ecology Club 11: English Honor Society 12: Keyettes 12: IBID Staff 12. PUAL, PAT: Tennis 9, 10: Tri-Theta 12. PULSEN, ERIC: Basketball 9: Football 10, 11, 12: Senior Boys Club 12. PECHAL, STEPHANIE: FHA 9, 10. PEKLENK, STEVE: Basketball 9. PERDUE, ROBERT: Transfer from Beau- mont, Texas: Senior Boys Club 12. PERRICONE, SHAROLYN: English Honor Society 10, 11: National Honor Society 12: Keyettes 12: Gallery Representative 12: Tri-Theta 12. PERRY, MARGARET: Tansfer from Mid- land, Texas: Tri-Theta 12: VOE Treasurer 12: FHA 12. PERRY, JIM: Transfer from San Juan, Puerto Rico: Spanish Honor Society 11: Senior Boys 12. PERSONS, PAUL: UFO Club 9: Concert Band 9, Symphonic 10, 11, 12, Stage 12: Latin Club 10, 11: Orchestra 10, 11, 12. PETERSON, MARK: Transfer from Sioux Falls, South Dakota: German Club 10, 11. PETURSSON, BIRNA: Transfer from Lee High School, Houston: Spanish Honor Society 11: National Honor Society 11, 12: English Honor Society 12: Outstand- ing Junior Girl 11: Keyettes 12: lbid 12: Tri-Theta 12. PFARDUSHEFI, SUZANNE: DECA 12, PFEIFFER, RICHARD: Varsity Football Manager 9, 10, 11. PFEIFFER, ROBERT. PIPES, JEFF: Basketball 9. POLSTRA, JOHN: Transfer from Spring- field, Ohio: Chorale 10, Section Leader 11, Chaplain 12: All Region Choir 11: SAPS 11: Outstanding Chemistry Stu- dent 11: National Merit Semi-Finalist 12. PLUMMER, JOHN: Band Concert 9, Symphonic 10, 11, Vice-President 12: Stage Band 11: National Honor Society 12: AFS 12: Senior Boys Club 12. POOLE, JIM: Marching Band 9, 10, 11. PORTER, HOLLY: FHA 11: Tri-Theta 12. POUTI, ANTONIO: Exchange Student from Torino, Italy: AFS 12: Soccer 12: Track 12: Senior Boys Club 12: Chess Club 12. COME SEE HONDO AT COUNTRY STYLE BAR-B-Q Old Katy and Wilcrest KIRBY ISE LT Wishes the Class of '73 a Good Summer Advertising - 364 POWELL, KATHY: Volleyball 9, 10: Wranglerettes 10: VOE Vice-President 12. QUELL, SUSAN: Transfer from New York. OUIFIE, VALERIE: VOE 12. RAINEY, FRANK: Transfer from Cleve- land, Ohio. RAMSEY, DONNA: English Honor Socie- ty 10: Wranglerettes 11: MIACIS Activi- ties Co-Edifor 12: Quill 81 Scroll 12: Tri- Theta 12. READ, JAMES: Chess Club 9: Football 9, 10: Tennis 11, 12: FCA 11: Senior Boys Club 12, REED, BETH: Art Club 10: AFS 11, 12: Tri-Theta 12: English Honor Society 12, REED, JIM: Transfer from Dallas, Texas: Basketball 9: Football 9: Golf 10, 11, 12. REED, KRISTEN: AFS 10: Spanish Honor Society 11: Spanish Club 11, 12: English Honor Society 12: Tri-Theta 12: Wran- glerettes 12: National Honor Society 12. REESE, BOB: Football 9, 10, 11, 12: Baseball 11, 12: Track 10: Mr. Sopho- more 10: Senior Boys Club 12. REESE, STEVE. REEVE, BOB: Gallery Representative 9: DECA 11. REILAND, JULIE: Miss Junior 11: Finalist for Homecoming Queen 12. REYNOLDS, DARCY: Transfer from Calif.: Orchestra 9, 10, 11: Gallery Rep- resentative 11, 12. REYNOLDS, DONNA: Transfer from New Providence, New Jersey: Tri-Theta 12: National Honor Society 12. RIBELLES, TERI: English Honor Society 10: Spanish Honor Society 11: AFS Jun- ior Representative 11: Spanish Club 12: National Honor Society 12. RICHARDSON, BOB: Transfer from Has- brouck Heights, New Jersey: Senior Boys Club 12. RICHARDSON, BILL: Transfer from Has- brouck Heights, New Jersey: Senior Boys Club 12. RIDDLE, BECKY: Transfer from Doyles- town, Pennsylvania, RISHER, DAVID: Chess Club 9: Football 10: English Honor Society 11: IBID Make-up Editor 11: Ecology Club 11: EL GATO Associate Editor 1 1 : Editor 12: De- bate 11, 12: National Honor Society 12: Outstanding Journalism Student 12: Stu- dent Council 12: Quill 8 Scroll 12: NFL 12. - Advertising ROBERTS, BRUCE: Transfer from Con- necticut. ROBERTS, JIM: Transfer from Orlando, Florida: Band 11. ROBERTS, BILL: APs 11, 12: senior Boys Club 12. FZOBISON, ANN: Tri-Theta 12: DECA 12. ROBINSON, CRAIG: Football 9, 10, 11: Track 9, 10, 11: Chorale 10: Senior Boys Club 12. ROBINSON, JANICE: Transfer from North Hollywood, Calif.: Thespians 11: Tri-Theta 12: OEA 12. ROBINSON, JUDE: Transfer from Map- lewood, New Jersey. ROLLERT, DEBBIE: Gamma Sigma Chi 11 : Class Secretary 12: Keyettes 12: Gal- lery Representative 12: Tri-Theta 12. BOSEBRUGH, PATTI: Bible 11, 12. ROSEL, JOAN: Transfer from St. Louis, Missouri: Tri-Theta 12. ROSS, PAUL: Transfer from Shreveport, La.: Math Club 10, 11, President 12: Latin Club 10: Science Club 11: Key Club 11. ROSSER, PAM: Transfer from Shreve- port, La.: Medical Careers Club 10: AF 11: Tri-Theta 12: National Merit Letter 1 Commendation 12. ROHER, KAREN: AFS 9, 10, 11, 11 Gamma Sigma Chi 9, 10: Art Club 9, 11 Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: Bible Club 11 Soccer 11: English Honor Society 12. ROVELLO, DEBBIE: AFS 9: Las Cantata 11: Tri-Theta 12. RUSCH, STEVE: Transfer from New Je sey: Geometry Award 10: Biology Awar 10: English Honor Society 10: Latin Clu 10: Senior Boys Club 12: National Mer Semi-Finalists 12. RUTHER, HERBERT: Transfer from Pall tine, Ill.: Basketball 10: Track 11, 12: li tramural Basketball 11, 12: lntramur Volleyball 11, 12: Senior Boys Club 12 RUTROUGH, MARC: VICA Secretary 12 Senior Boys Club 12. RUSSEL, BETTY: English Honor Socie' 10, 11: Tri-Theta 12. SAMS, BOB. SANDERS, STEVE: Transfer from Beat mont, Texas. SANDLAND, BOB: Band 9: Senior Boy Club 12. 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CHOLL, PETER: Transfer from Lafay- tte, La.: National Honor Society 11, 12: taseball 11, 12: American History Honor .ward 11: Football 12: Intramural Bas- etball 12. CHOOLEY, ALLAN: NAMOS DEI Soph- more Representative 10: AFS 11, 12: iteract Vice-President 12: Chester-West lascot 12: Alternate Cheerleader 12: Chorale 11, 12. CHUETZ, TIM: Football 9, 10: Chorale , 10, 11, Librarian 12: Canterbury Pil- rimage 10: Key Club Junior Director 11 , enior Director 12: English Honor Socie- f 11, 12: National Honor Society 12: Iheerleader 12: Senior Boys Club 12. SCOTT, BECKY: Tri-Theta 12: VOE 12. SCOTT, WENDY: Transfer from Park Ridge, New Jersey: AFS 11, 12: Girls Soccer Club 11: English Honor Society 12: National Honor Society 12: Ski Club 12: VOE Sergeant at Arms 12: Tri-Theta 12. SEBA, BARBARA: Tri-Theta 12: VOE 12: Ski Club 12. SHAFFER, SUE: Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12: Choir 10: Gamma Sigma Chi 11, 12: MIACIS Sports Editor and Photographer 11, 12: EL GATO Photographer 11, 12. SHANKS, GALEN: Transfer from Merritt Island, Florida: Senior Boys Club 12. SHAPIRO, DEBBIE. SHELBY, DAVE: Transfer from Chicago, Ill.: Football 10, 11: Chess Club 12. SHOTWELL, DOUG: Transfer from Huntsville, Texas: Football 10, 11, Cap- tain 12, All District Def. Nose Guard, All District Kicker, All District Most Valuable Player 12. SINGLETON, MARTHA JANE: Transfer from Baton Rouge, La.: Tri-Theta 12. SIMPSON, ARTHUR: Senior Boys Club 12. SIMPSON, MARSHA: FHA 10, 12: Tri- Theta 12. SKAGGS, BOB: Transfer from Battle Creek, Michigan: Track 10, 11: National Honor Society 12: Alternate Gallery Rep- resentative 12. SKIDMORE, LARRY: American History Award 11. SLAGLE, BOB: Thespians 9, 10: NFL 9, 10, 11, 12: German Club 9,1O,11,12: English Honor Society 9, 10: Key Club 10, 11: Gallery Representative 10: Ger- man lll Award 10: Executive Committee- man 11: Prep Bowl 11, 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Outstanding Ger- man Student 12: National Merit Semi-Fi- nalist 12: National Honor President 12. SLAYDON, DEDE: Las Cantatas 9: Class Vice-President 9: English Honor Society 9, 10: AFS 9, 10: Executive Committee- man 10: Student Government Award 10: Wranglerettes 10, 11: Chorale 10, 11, 12: Canterbury Pilgrimage 10: Student Council 11, 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Miss Junior Finalist 11: Tri-Theta 12: NFL 12: Debate 12. SLOAN, MARK: Band 9: DECA 11. SMITH, BECKY: Transfer from Galves- ton, Texas: English Honor Society 11: Al- gebra ll Award 11: National Honor Socie- ty 12. SMITH, CLARK. SMITH, DANNY: Football 9, 10, 11, 12: Basketball 9: Golf 10: Baseball 11, 12: FCA Vice-President 1 1 : Senior Boys Club 12. SMITH, MARY LOU: Tennis 9: Volleyball 9, 10. SMITH, REED: Transfer from Corpus Christi King: Scuba Club 11. SMITH, TRES. of 'Nl I I N FARMER'9 MARKET BAKERY Wx 467-4121 Advertising - 365 total capabilities through marine techmalogy ATVVDDD DCEANICS, INC I I lnsfer from Columbus, Ohio. YDER, NEIL, Transfer from nnsburg, Pa.: Gallery Representative I Student Council 11: Soccer 11, 12: rman Club 11, 12: English Honor So- ty 11, 12: Outstanding Junior Boy 11: tional Honor Society 12: Cheerleader ITH, JAMES: Basketball 11, 12. I IITH, BOB: Transfer from Denver, Col- ido: Latin Club 11: Ski Club 12: Senior :ys Club 12: AFS 12: National Honor ciety 12. IOLEN, GARY: Transfer from Scotch Ins, New Jersey. iSSMAN, DANA: DECA 11, 12. ECHT GARY: Transfer from Albert Fid- J Johnston High School: Basketball 9: llery Representative 11, 12: Intramural sketball 11, 12: Intramural Volleyball 12: Westchester lnter-Communlca- 1 Council 113 Aviation Club 12: Senior ys Club 12. I ECHT, SUSAN: Volleyball 10: DECA EIGHT, HOWARD: Transfer from Palos 'ders Peninsula, Calif.: German I 'ard 11: National Honor Society 11, ALLCUP, ROBERT: Transfer from ico, Texas: Soccer 10, 11, 12. EED, LINDA. EPHENS, JAN: Marching Band 9, 10, r 12, Symphonic 9,1O,11,12, PHENS, MARK. PHENS, VICKI: FHA 9: Volleyball 9, 11, 12: Tri-Theta 12. WART, DIANNE: Band 9, 10, Librar- 11, 12: FHA 9: AFS 10: Tri-Theta 12. ST. LAURENT, MONIOUE: Drama 9, 10, 11: Tri-Theta 12. ST. LAURENT, PAUL: Transfer from San Antonio, Texas. STONE, MARY: Gamma Sigma Chi 9: Las Cantatas 10: Tri-Theta 12. STOVALL, PAM: Transfer from Dallas, Texas: VOE 12: Tri-Theta 12. STOVER, JIM: Transfer from Dallas, Texas STRUTZ, MARCIAZ Transfer from New Canada, Conn.: Drama 12: Tri-Theta 12. STUBBS, SANDRA: Marching Band 9, 10,11,12:AFS11,12:Tri-TI1eta12. SUTTON, NANCY: AFS 11: Tri-Theta 12. SWANSON, RANDY: Soccer 93 English Honor Society 12, SWEARINGIN, DAVID: Transfer from Shreveport, La.: Senior Boys Club 12. SWEENEY, PATRICK: Transfer from Conn.: Soccer 10, 11: Russian Club 10: Mu Alpha Theta 11, 12: SAPS 12: Key Club 11, 12: Ski Club 12. TACKETT, CHARLES: Transfer from Cor- pus Christi, Texas. TAGGART, STEVEN: Transfer from Mid- land, Texas: German Club 11: Ecology Club 11: Intramural Basketball 11: De- bate 12: Senior Boys Club 12. TAYLOR, GEORGE: Transfer from New Jersey: Diving Club 11, 12. TAYLOR, LARRY: Football 11, 12: Key Club 12: Senior Boys Club 12. TAYLOR, JANICE: Transfer from Baton Rouge, La.: English Honor Society 9, 10: Physical Science Honor Award 9: Biolo- gy IK Honor Award 10. TEINERT, KAREN: Transfer from Hol- land: Outstanding World History Student 10: Outstanding French IV Student 11: French Club 11, 12: Wranglerettes 11, Second Lieutenant and Treasurer 12: Outstanding French V Student 12: Na- tional Merit Semi-Finalist 12: Tri-Theta 12. THOMAS, PAT: VOE President 12: Tri- Theta 12. THOMASON, JOHN: Marching Band 9, 10, Vice President 11, President 12: Out- standing Sophomore Boy Band Member 10: Canterbury Pilgrimage 10: Senior Boys Club 12: AFS 12: English Honor Society 12, THOMPSON, JILL. THOMPSON, RIKA: Transfer from Dur- ham, North Caroiina: Tri-Theta 12. THOMPSON, SCOTT: Football 9, 10. THURBER, CYNTHIA: Transfer from Ventura, Calif.: Spanish Club 10: FTA 11, President 12: National Honor Society 11, 12: Spanish Honor Society 11, 12: Tri- Theta 12. TOUCHY, TRISH: Chorale 11, EL GATO 11, 12: Tri-Theta 123 FHA 12. TOURING, SUSAN: Transfer from New Jersey: German Club 10: Art Club 11: Volleyball 11, TOVAR, PAULA: Transfer from Robert E. Lee, Houston, Texas: Thespians 11, 12: Tri-Theta 12. TOWELL, BRENDA: Orchestra 9, 10, 11: English Honor Society 10, 11, 12: Gamma Sigma Chi 10: National Honor Society 12: Tri-Theta 12. Advertising - 7 WALLS, DEBBIE: Transfer from Evans- TULLOCHM, DEDE: Orchestra 9, 10, 11, Treasurer 12: All District Orchestra 10, 9, 12: Tri-Theta 12. UHR, MARK. VAN ERT: JILL: Typing Award 9: March- ing Band 9, 10, 11, Symphonic 9,1O,11, 12, All District 9, 10, 11, 12, All Region 10, 11, 12, All Area 12: Orchestra 10, 11, 12, All District 10, 11, 12: Student Coun- cil Music Award CBandJ 11: Tri-Theta 12: Gamma Sigma Chi 12: MIACIS Freshman Co-Editor 12. VAUGHN, MIKE. VAN LEUVAN, JANE: Las Cantatas 10: Tri-Theta 12. VARNEY, TOMMIEI Volleyball 9, 10: AFS 9, 10. VILLWOCK, JEFF: Transfer from High- land Park, New Jersey: Varsity Tennis 12. VINGOE, SUSAN: Transfer from Dallas, Texas: Gamma Sigma Chi 11, President 12: AFS 11: National Honor Society 11, VITEK, KAREN: English Honor Society 10: Las Cantatas 11: German Club 11: National Honor Society 12: Chorale 12: Tri-Theta 12: National Merit Letter of Commendation 12. VOLLMAR, MICHEL: Transfer from Tulsa, Oklahoma: Tri-Theta 12. VOR DA, PATTY. WALDHAUSER, WALT: Astronomy Club 10: Soccer Team Captain 11: Head Pho- tographer of MIACIS and EL GATO 11, 12: Aviation Club 12: Senior Boys Club 12. WALKER, CRAIG: Transfer from Lisle High School: Intramural Basketball 12: Intramural Volleyball 12: Senior Boys Club 12. WALKER, JOHN: Band 9, 10, 11, 12: Key Club 11 12 Vice-President: Latin Club 11, Beekeeper 11: Senior Boys Club 12, Bonfire Committeeman 12, WALLING. DIANE: Drama 11. 12: Tri-Theta 12: Wranglerettes 12: Eng- lish Honor Society 12: Quill 81 Scroll 12: MIACIS Organizations Co-Editor 12. ville, Indiana: FHA 10: Tri-Theta 12: Wranglerettes 12: Gamma Sigma Chi 12. WALSH, BOBBY: FO0tball 9, 10: Senior VISCARDE, DINA. sims 12: Tri-Theta 12. Boys Cm 124 -- ml? :,, -.fgf V I filllll' If l Y If N f ' F , x vb g m iii 'in-Xvsvsfe A Sgt X A I A ITF S , , I ll Q! t eq .1 A f E3 ii, it In ,- I ,,W!Ng S Why do so many students select a ring: from Tl1omason's? Could il' be the quality design, ser- vice and price? Yes-a combination of all these' features! XXKRHD'-3 ess .EL X, I 7E A Thomason s .s 1 I I Jewelry I X' 'ff 'ft 7934 Long Point' HO 5-I864 368 - Advertising WHALZ, ANNE: Tennis 9: Orchestra 10: Las Cantatas 10: Chorale 11: ' Theta 12. WARDELL, RONALD: Football 9, 10, English Honor Society 9: Senior Bm Club 12. WARDEN, DAN: Transfer from Anch age, Alaska: Football 11. WARDLAW, SUSAN: Transfer fr Vandalia Butler High School, FTA AFS 10, 11,: EL GATO Business Man er 11, 12: French Club 11, 12: Tri-Th 12: Drama 12: Bible Club 12: Thespi: 12. ULATE, VERA: Exchange Student fr Costa Rica: Wranglerettes 12: AFS Spanish Club 12: Tri-Theta 12. WATKINS, GARY: Transfer from Calii nia: Marching Band, 10, 11: Drama 11, 12: Medical Careers 11, 12: The: ans 11, 12: Student Council 12: Ser Boys Club 12. WATKINS, KAREN: AFS 9, 10: Algeb Award 9: English Honor Society 10, Scuba Club 11, 12: Tri-Theta Keyettes 12. WATSON, LONNIE: Speech Award Bible Club 11: National Merit Letter Commendation 12. WATTS, CHERYL: Choir 9, 10: SIMS 12: Tri-Theta 121 FHA 12. WATTS, GERYLYN: Transfer from Tok Japan. WEAVER, KEITH: Basketball 9: Gern Club 9, 10, 11: AFA 10: English Ho Socity 10, 11,: Key Club 11, Treasl. 12: Algebra Il Award 11: Senior Bl Club Secretary 12: National Honor Sc ety 12: Astronomy Club 12. WELSH, BETSY: FHA 9: Medical Care 10, 11 WERNER, BETH. WHALEN, TERRI: English Honor Soci 9,10,11,12:WrangIerettes10,11,S retary 12, First Lieutenant 12: Natio Honor Society 12: Tri-Theta 12. WHITAKER, RUSSELL. WHITE, VICKIZ FHA 9: VOE 12. WHITEMIRE, CARL: Football 9: Basi- ball 9, 10: Senior Boys Club 12. WILKERSON, ANITA: FHA 9: Outsta ing German ll Student 11: German C 11: Tri-Theta 12. WILKINS, MELANIE: Concert Band Symphonic 10, 11, 12: All Distrcit 10, 12, All Region 11, 12, All Area 12: ' Theta 12, National Honor Society Chorale 12. NZENRIED, JAY: Transfer from Cor- DLFF, JIM: Soccer 9, 10, 11: Senior l ELLIAMS, CHARLES: Transfer from Sli- .ll, La, ILLIAMS, HERBY: EL GATO 11: Senior oys Club 12. lLLlAMS, MARCY: Volleyball Captain FHA 11, 12: Cheerleader 12: Tri-Theta l ILLIAMS, MARK: Band 9, 10: Chess ub 10. ILLIFORD, MIKE. ILLIS, PAGE: Football 9: Basketball 9, i, 11, 12. ILLIS, CAROL: Choir 10: DECA 11, ce-President 12. lLSON, JUDY: Transfer from Oklahoma ty, Oklahoma: AFS 10: Wranglerettes : Tri-Theta 12. s Christi, Texas: Football 11: Track 11, : National Honor Society 11: Key Club SEMAN, KURT: Senior Boys Club 12: 'S 12. TMER, NANCY: Orchestra 9, 10, 11: glish Honor Society 10, 11, 12: Span- i Honor Society 11: Tri-Theta 12. ys Club 12. DLFE, MIKE. PODS, CATHY: Gamma Sigma Chi 9: Theta 12. EOD, DAVID: Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12: ior Boys Club 12. DOD, LYNDA: Orchestra 9, 10. WOODARD, DALE: Transfer from Cullen: Russian Club 10, 11: Student of the Year 12. WOODWARD, NANCY: Transfer from Rolling Hills, Calif.: AFS 11: FHA 12: Tri- Theta 12. YEASEL, KARL: Transfer from Memorial Senior High. YELICH, ANN: Medical Careers 9: Wran- glerettes 11, 12: Latin Club 11: Tri-Theta 12: National Honor Society 12. YOUNGMAN, JAN: Transfer from Down- ers Grove, III.: AFS 11: Wranglerettes 11, Captain 12: National Honor Society 12, YOUNT, PAULA: Band 9, 10, 11, 12: AFS 9, 10: Trl-Theta 12. ZACHARY, LALA. ZAEKER, LARRY: Transfer from Wyckoff, New Jersey: Soccer 11, President 12: National Honor Society 12: Senior Boys Club 12: Science Club 12: Medical Ca- reers Club 12: Scuba Diving Club 12. ZOCH, WALTER: Track 10, 11. Student Index 9 Aaronson, Rory, 295, 168 9 Abbruscato, Mark, 195, 193 12 Abercrombie, Jodie, 207 10 Abernethy, Sandra, 269 11 Abrams, Anne, 247 10 Abrams, Susan, 207, 269 9 Abramson, Kim, 295 12 Ache, John, 207 10 Ache, Paul, 269 9 Ackerman, Thomas, 295, 169 10 Adamo, Paul, 269, 167 Adams, Anne, 114, 207, 210, 59, 238 Adams, Donna, 118, 269 Adams, Jean, 295 Adams, Joan, 269 Adams, Kathryn, 118, 269 Adams, Lisa, 295 Adams, Lynn, 295 Adams, Mark, 247, 147, 217, 157, 131 Adams, Nancy, 295, 294, 162 Adams, Ouintan, 269 Adams, Russell, 295, 188 Adamson, Leslie, 295 Aiken, Beverly, 295 Aiken, Robert, 269 Albers, Barbara, 207 Albers, Mark, 295, 169 Albertson, Debra, 60, 247, 127 Albertson, Marsha, 126 Alexander, Gregory, 247 Alexander, Kyle, 92, 133, 112, 247 Alexander, Mark, 295 Alexander, Paul, 207 Alford, Michael, 122, 207 Alford, Terri, 247 Allaire, Steve, 207 Allday, Mary, 247 Allen, Barbara, 247 Allen, Michael, 295 Alley, Philip, 247, 166 Alley, Stephen, 295, 169 Allinson, Roger, 295 Allison, Ann, 207, 137 Allison, Melissa, 247, 126, 129 Altenberri, David, 269 Althaus, Elizabeth, 247, 100 Althaus, Ellen, 295 Altwein, Sharon, 269 Ambrose, Rodney, 188, 269 Ames, John, 295 Andersen, Grace, 295 O'NEAL- ANDERSON HHouse 011001 CHHSH Advertising -- 369 Andersen, June, 126, 207 Anderson, Richard, 269, Barkley, Gregory Beirs, John, 208 95 171 Anderson, Andy, 193, 191, 295, 168 11 Anderson Colette, 247 10 Anderson Gregg, 269 10 Anderson , Julie, 127, 269 12 Anderson Kathy 207 9 Anderson Laurie, 295 11 Anderson Peggy, 247, Barksdale, Howard, 295 Bell Barnes, Susan, 246, 247 Bell Barr, Gretchen, 247 Bell Barr, Mike, 295 9 Bell Barr, Thomas, 270 10 Bell Becky, 270 Belinda, 208 Bonnie, 247 Cheryl, 296 Janie, 270, 109 11 Anderson, Steve, 247 9 Anderson, Susan, 28 10 Andress, Russell, 269 10 Andrews, John, 269 11 Andry, Joann, 247 10 Antill, Robert, 269 10 Aratoon, Cari, 269 9 Arbaugh, James, 295 9 Arens, Dennis, 295 10 Arnott, Thomas, 269 9 Arps, Cynthia, 295 10 Arts, Alex, 269 9 Ashton, Andrea, 295 10 Aston, John, 269 9 Aston, Peter, 295 12 Ater, Kimberly, 110, 127 11 Ater, Sandra, 247 10 Atwood, Brian, 269 11 Atwood, Kathy, 247, 114 9 Atwood, Pamela, 295 9 Atwood, Susan, 295 11 Aubin, Paul, 247 11 Aubin, Peter, 247 Barr, William, 295 11 Bell Kathleen, 18, 247 Barrington, Debra, 138, 10 Bell Lynn, 270 51, 207 11 Bell Robert, 247 Bartholomew, James, 10 Bell, Suzanne, 270 295 12 Belsley, Michael, 208 Bartholomew, John, 295 9 Benefiel, Lynn, 296 Bartholomew, Stephen, Bennett, Janie, 247 207 Bennett, Vicky, 208 Bartlett, Charles, 295 Bartlett, Cynthia, 270 Bartlett, William, 295 Bartley, Newton, 247 Bartley, Samuel, 270, 188 Bartus, Don, 207 Bartus, James, 295 Bartus, Stacy, 207 Bateman, Byron, 207, 218, 176, 185 Bateman, Jack, 295, 169 Bates, Jack, 207, 162, 196 Battaile, David, 270 Bauries, Glenn, 207 Baxmann, Mark, 247, 164 Baxter, Blake, 295 Bayer, Jeffrey, 270 Bayes, Ronni, 295 Bays, Joe, 295, 167, 193 Beale, Jim, 208 Benson, Charles, 247 Benson, George, 208 209, 89 Benson, Margaret, 247 Benson, Marilyn, 270 Berg, Nancy, 208 Berkmeier, Ricky, 208 Berkmeier, Keith, 270 Berry, Becky, 270 Berry, David, 296 Beson, Jane, 247 Bevans, Larry, 208 Bevis, John, 19 Biggs, Kenner, 296 Bighouse, Joan, 296 Bighouse, Robert, 247 Bila, Sandra, 296 Billings, David, 296, 169 Billings, Lloyd, 208 Bircher, Douglas, 270 Birdsong, James, 247 Austermiller, Liz, 269 Austermiller, Michael, 247 Austill, Michael, 207, 164 Austin, Georgann, 114, 307, 133, 384 Austin, Timothy, 295 Austin, William, 295 Beall, Brooks, 295 Beall, Susan, 127, 109 Bean, Barbara, 208 Beon, Jerry, 295 Beard, Bradley, 247 Beard, Lance, 270 270, Birkelo, Glynis, 270 Bishop, Dana, 270, 109 Bishop, Katy, 208 Bishop, Margaret, 270 Bishop, Marion, 270 Bishop, Susan, 296 Bittles, William, 208 Aven, William, 269 ,10 Avery, Richard, 269 9 Avitts, Ellen, 295 11 Ayala, Georgia, 247 9 Ayers, Donna, 295 9 Babitzke, Kristi, 295 11 Bahm, Barbara, 247 10 Bahm, Jerolyn, 269 11 Baiamonte, Judy, 247 Beasley, Barbara, 295 Beasley, John, 296, 193 Becker, Bart, 270 Becker, Bill, 247 Beckwith, Michael, 296 Bee, Kathy, 247, 109 Beeman, Arthur, 296 Beerbower, John, 270 Beggins, Margaret, 247 Beghtol, Karl, 270 Bixler, Rebecca, 247 Black, David, 296, 191, 193 Black, Lawrence, 296, 191 Black, Virginia, 247 Blackmore, George, 247 Blackmore, Stephanie, 270 Blackstone, Brad, 209 9 Bailey, Ann, 295 9 Bailey, Bud, 295 11 Baker, Bradley, 247 10 Baker, Danny, 269 11 Baker, Darlene, 247 10 Baker, Phillip, 270 11 Baker, Robert, 247 11 Baker, Sandy, 247 9 Baker, William, 295 10 Baldree, Julie, 270, 268 11 Baldree, Mark, 247 12 Baldwin, Jackie, 100, 124, 207, 214 11 Baldwin, Scott, 247 10 Balfour, Yvonne, 270 11 Ballard, Brice, 247 10 Ballard, Bruce, 270 11 Ballard, Karen, 247, 109 Behling, Laura, 296 10 Blaine, Dean, 270 Behrmann, James, 296, 9 Blair, Harry, 296, 174 169 - 10 Blakemore, Beverly, 270 Behrmann, Estelle, 208 10 Blaker, April, 270 Belcher, Doug, 126 9 Blaker, Laurie, 99, 196 A l l t --ui .- -im vi- Q y I I 'fi Balthasar, Miguel, 247 Bannon, Patrick, 295 Barb, Daniel, 247 Barham, Gail, 207 Barker, Michelle, 270 370 Advertising Butch Mahoney and Gary Watkins console a friend who is a v tim of the cateteria. Brodie, Dana, 210 Blandford, Bill, 209 Blandford, Richard, 296 Blankenship, Julie, 270 Blankenship, Kyle, 296 Blanton, Keith, 270 Blaschke, William, 270 Bledsoe, Murff, 296, 168 Bliss, Jean, 209 Blumenshine, Jody, 270 Blumenthal, Cathy, 52, 116, 209 Blundell, Pamela, 270 Bockstahler, David, 270 Boehmer, David, 270 Bogan, Susan, 247 Bolton, Manly, 209 Bomke, Amy, 270 Brents, Brenda, 248 Bres, Vaughan, 271 Brewer, Dolly, 209 Breyley, Robert, 296 Breyley, Sali, 210, 238 Bridgen, Susan, 248, 263 Brinkman, Deborah, 297 Brinkman, Pamela, 210 Brinks, Scott, 210 Brinks, T. J., 297 Britt, Bradley, 162, 134, 210, 220 Broadnax, Robert, 193, 297, 168 Bond, Felicia, 121 2 50 Bond, Irene, 270 Bond, Karen, 270 Bond, Oliver, 248 Broock Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks s, William, 271 , Derek, 271 , James, 297, 168 , James, 248, 193 , Neil, 271 Brooks, Terry, 210 Brophy, David, 297, 169 Browning, kim, 248, 126 Cannata, Jack' 271 Bond, Roger, 296 Bonham, Deborah, 270 Bonham, Jean, 296 Bonham, Janet, 296 Bonilla, Elaine, 248, 130, 136 Bonny, Alan, 296 Booth, Parker, 270, 167 Booth, Stephen, 248 Boren, Cheryl, 209 Boren, Susan, 270 Borg, Greg, 209 Borowiak, Mary, 296 Borowiak, Michael, 248 Bosien, Brian, 296 Boss, Kim, 270 Boswell, Malinn, 104, 209 Botard, Michelle, 270, 96 Botts, Dana, 270 Bouchard, Sherry, 296 Boudreaux, Mike, 162, 209, 217 Bourgeois, Ouelita, 296 Bowdoin, Paul, 296, 174 Bower, Michele, 270 Bowling, Patricia, 296 Boyce, Richard, 296 Boyd, Douglas, 270 Boyd, Ellen, 296 Boyd, Joe, 270 Boyd, Peter, 248, 131, 94 Boyett, Kimberly, 296 Boyle, Barbara, 209, 52, 140 Boynton, Bryan, 169, 60, 296, 294, 307 Bozeman, Barbara, 248, 195 Bradford, Bert, 209 Bradford, Bruce, 296 Brand, Lynell, 104, 113, 209 Brandom, Bob, 296, 168 Breaux, Henry Joe, 209 Breaux, Michelle, 270 Brennan, Nancy, 209, 109 Brennan, Peter, 271 Brennan, Terri, 296, 197 Brenneman, Kent, 271 Brenneman, Rick, 248, 192 Brophy, Peggy, 248 Brothers, Carolyn, 118, 271 Brothers, Cliff, 210 Broussard, Brenda, 248 Broussard, Jules, 248 Broussard, Kelly, 271 Broussard, Richard Scott, 210 Browder, Frederick, 167, 271 Browder, Lenora, 248 Brower, Marla, 297 Brown, Barbara, 248 Brown, Colleen, 210 Brown, David, 112, 248, 133, 192 Brown, Dorothy, 210 Brown, Evelyn, 210 Brown, Georgia, 271 Brown, Kathey, 248 Brown, Kathy, 271, 109 Brown, Keith, 271 Brown, Lloyd, 271, 192 Brown, Rebeca, 126, 210 Brown, Samuel, 271, 88 Brown, Stephen, 248 Brown, Steven, 297, 169 Brown, Suzanne, 127, 271 Brown Robert Jr., 248 Buescher, Brad, 211, 47 Bugner, Nancy, 211 Buie, Beverly, 271 Buist, John, 271, 166 Buist, Leslie, 248 Burckle, Jill, 248 Burckle, Lee, 297 Burditt, Deanna, 248 Burgdort, John, 271 Burger, George, 248, 70 Burger, Mark, 297, 168 Burger, Mary, 248, 127 Burgess, Gayle, 211 Burgher, Ellen, 271, 96 Burham, Bonnie, 297 Burke, Linda, 248, 175 Burke, Tim, 297, 168, 193 Burnham, Doug, 248 Burns, Jack, 211 Burns, Janice, 271, 109 Burns, Susan, 249 Burroughs, Marilyn, 211 Burton, Lee, 271 Bush, Peggy, 297 Butcher, Anna, 249 Butcher, Kenneth, 271 Butler, David, 271 Butler, Joseph, 297 Butler, Susan, 249 Byers, Glenn, 211, 162 Byrd, Richard, 271 Byrne, Terry, 271 Cagle, Cynthia, 297 Cagley, Katherine, 23, 127, 271 Cairnes, Wade, 271 Caldwell, David, 211 Calhoun, Daniel, 297 Callahan, Robin, 271 Cameron, Alston, 297, 191 Camp, Carolyn, 271, 109 Campbell, Bruce, 125, Carswell, Susan, 211 Carter, Cathleen, 297 Carter, Donna, 297 Carter King, 249 Carter, Sabra, 271 Carter , Steve, 101, 211 Carthey, Stacey, 249 Cartwright, Stewart, 211 Case, Nancy, 297 Casey, Dona, 271 Casey, James, 297 Casey, Jay, 297 Casey, Linda, 271, 109 Castelow, Mike, 297 Casterline, Kim, 249 Castro, Victoria, 297 Cavender, John, 211 249, 126, 129 Campbell, James, 271 Campbell, Joan, 271 Campbell, Keith, 211 Campbell, Lee, 297 Campbell, Patricia, 297 Campbell, Richard, 249 Campbell, Scott, 297 Campbell, Virginia, 297 Brownlee, Jane, 297 Bruder, Kim, 248 Brumlow, Jan, 271 Brumlow, Sandra, 248, 127 Brunsting, Carl, 297 Brunsting, Carol, 211 Bruun, Marla, 211 Bryan, Sonny, 211 Bryan, Kay, 271 Bryan, Robert, 271, 167 Bryan, Susan, 297 Cannon, Theresa, 297 Canterbury, John, 271 Cantrell, Judith, 211 Cardus, Helen, 211 Carle, Karen, 297 Carle, Robin, 271 Carley, David, 249 Carley, Mark, 297 Carlson, Joanne, 211 Carlton, Jayne, 109 Carney, Kathleen, 271 Carpenter, Lynn, 249 Cawley, Scott, 20 Chadwick, Guy, 297 Chamberlin, Jill, 211 Champagne, Elizabeth, 271 Chance, Suzanne, 297 Chaplin, Beverly, 271 Chapman, John, 271 Charbonneau, Erna, 249 126, 129 Charleson, Donna, 271 Charlesworth, Richard, 249 Chatham, Joe, 211 Cheatham, Brady, 297 Cheatham, Britt, 211 Chenault, Cynthia, 249 Chenoweth, David, 249 Chenoweth, Richard, 271 Chester, Nancy, 297 Chew, Cynthia, 211 Childers, Robert, 249 Childs, Donna, 24 Childs, Karen, 211, Chou, Ernest, 249 Christian, Fred, 297 Christian, Kathleen, 211 Christman, Ruthanne, 249 Christman, Sheila, 297 Christopher, Paula, 271 Church, Shauna, 297 Ciaccio, George, 297, 191 Cizik, Paula, 297 Cizik, Robert, 212 Clair, Lynne,249 Clark, Bob, 271 Clark, Eileen, 297 Clark, James, 297 Clark, Milton, 297 Clark, Steven, 249 Clark, Susan, 249 Bryant, Catherine, 126, 211 Bryant, James, 271 Bryant, Leland, 297 Buchanan, James, 271 Buchanan, Michael, 297 BuChholz, Bradley, 271 Buckley, Hugh, 297 Carpenter, Lynn, 249 Carpenter, Sherry, 211 Carrillo, Edna, 297 Carrillo, Louis, 249 Carroll, Ann, 271 Carroll, David, 297 Carroll, Nancy, 297 Carroll, Sally, 249 Clarke, Janet, 212 Clay, David, 297 Clay, Donald, 297 Clay, Marie, 212, 109 Clayborne, Terry, 297 Claypool, Kent, 271, 167 Clegg, Theodore, 212, 92 Clem, Lark, 249 Clement, Joe, 44, 212,49 Clement, Virginia, 271, Clements, James, 298, 169 Clemons, Linda, 212 Clifford, Toni, 272 Advertising - fj Cligrow, Chris, 272 Daigle, Patsy, 250 Linda Clemons at a serene moment. Cline, Mary, 272 Clingman, Paula, 298 Clopton, Bill, 212 Cook, Nancy, 299 Cook, Ocie, 299 Cook, Stephen, 249 Cook, Steven, 249, 94 Cooney, Mike, 213 Copeland, Martha, 272, 196 Copeland, Morgan Jr., 249, 166, 142 Coppedge, Mitchell, 249 Cordes, Linda, 213 Corlee, Dan, 213 Cornell, Daniel, 299 Corolla, Frank Ill, 272 Corona, Louis, 249 Corrigan, Donald, 272, 273 Costis, Dean, 313 Coulter, John Cousins, Peggy, 149, 109 Covey, James, 249, 162 Covey, Mark, 272, 152, 162 Covington, John, 249 Crowell, Benson, 272, 188 Crowell, Bradley, 213 Crowson, Deborah, 299 Crowson, Diane, 249 Cudd, Donna, 272 Cudd, Sharon, 213 Culver, Carolyn, 299 Culver, Catherine, 249 Cummings, David, 299 Cummings, Lynn Cummings, Susie, 249 Cunningham, Kay, 250 Cunningham, Richard, 299 Cunningham, Susan, 272 Curry, Kathy, 213 Curry, Samuel, 272 Curtis, Lauraleen, 299 Curtis, Patricia, 272, 196 Dagley, Eric, 213 Dahmen, Pieter, 250 Clopton, Patricia, 249 11 Clyde, David, 249, 178 12 Cobb, Kerri, 212, 95 10 Cobb, Lucy, 272 9 Cobb, Mary, 298 10 Cobb, Sarah, 298, 272 11 Cochran, Adrienne, 249 127 1O Cochran, Kevin, 272 9 Chocrane, Lynn, 298 10 Coffman, James, 272 Cofield, John, 298 Covington, Linda, 213 Cowan, George, 299, 169 Cowie, Stephen, 117,213 Cox, Brian, 30, 272 Cox, Carolyn, 249 Cox, Elizabeth, 299, 175 Cox, Cox, Cox, Ken, 213 Laura, 272 Shannon, 114, 213, 133 Cozad, Terence, 249 Craddock, John, 249 Crafton, Stephanie, 272 12 Cogdell, Blake, 212 Cogdell, Dan, 298 Colburn, Ryan, 272 Cole, Jimmy, 272 11 Cole, Linda, 249, 109 10 Coleman, Catherine, 272 9 Coleman, Karen, 298 11 Coleman, Phillip, 249 9 Collins, Bryan, 298 10 Collum, 9 Collingwood, Suellen 298 10 Collins, Diana 272 12 Collins, Mark, 212, 92 12 Collins, Patricia, 212 Cynthia, 272 Craig, James, 299 Crain, Tom, 185, 178 Cramer, Nancy, 249 Crandell, Catherine, 299 Crandell, Roberta, 249 Crane, Richard, 213 Cravens, Logan, 249 Daily, Michelle, 213 Daily, Mary S. 250 Daily, Sheila, 250 Dale, Keith, 250 Dalheim, William, 272 Dalrymple, Laurel, 250 Daneff, Daniel, 89, 100, 213 Daneff, Paul, 273 Daniel, James, 299 Daniel, Valerie, 213 Danna, Michael, 126, 273 Dannheim, James, 126, 129, 192, 273 Daugherty, Hubert, 273 Davenport, Larry, 250 Deaver, Lisa, 299 Colpoys, Cathleen, 298 Colpoys, John, 249 Colpoys, Patrick, 212 Combs, Judith, 272 Comer, Chris, 249 Comer, Shelly, 298, 197 Commerton, Thomas 213, 55 Conant, Karen, 299 Conant, Terry, 249 Concelman, Drew, 272 Concelman, Tim, 299 Davenport, Robert, 299 Davenport, Theresa, 250 Davidson, Martha, 299 Davidson, Richard, 250 Davies, Shari, 273 Davies, Stephen, 114 Davies, Vivian, 250, 109 Crawford Cheryl, 249, 127 Crawford David, 272 Crawford, Gene, 299 Crawford, Jeff, 299 Crawford Mark, 166 Crawfrod Sharon, 272 Crawford, Steven, 299 Creedon, Maureen, 299 Cremona, Cynthia, 299, 197 12 Concklin, Wesley, 213 10 Condon, Barbara, 127 272 10 Conter, Craig, 272 9 Conger, Don, 299, 169 11 Conger, Lisa, 249 12 Conner, Gayle, 114, 213 11 Connor, Debra, 249 1 Crim, Cindy, 299 Critchlow, Carey, 272 Critchlow, Jan, 213. Crittenden, David, 249 Crocker, Michael, 272 Crockett, Keith, 272 Cropper, Keefe, 213 Cropper, Michael, 272 Cross, Edward, 249, 166 Cross, Paula, 299 Cross, Susan, 299 Crosson, Douglas, 272 174 Davis, Barbara, 250 Davis, Centha, 206, 213 Davis, Craig, 273 Davis, Cynthia, 299, 302 Davis, James 250 Davis, James, 299 Davis, John fJackJ, 213 Davis, Kevin, 299 Davis, Mindy, 126, 146, 213, 170 Davis, Sara, 273 Davis, Tracey, 213 Day, Elizabeth, 110, 250 Day, Sheree, 299 Dearman, Greg, 273 v v 10 Conway, Scott, 272, 166 12 Cook, David, 213, 162, 192 372 - Advertising Crosson, Jeffrey, 249 174 Crowe, Chris, 272 Crowe, Craig, 299 Crowe, Georgia, 299 Crowe, Linda, 213 DeBenedictis, Dean, 273 DeBord, Jean, 250 Delancey, Meg, 214 Delaney, Joanne 273 Delaney, Thomas, 250 Delay, Tena, 250 Deluca, Laurette, 273 Demel, Laura, 273 Dencer, Beverly, 299 Dencer, Frederick, 273 Denicola, Mike, 299 Denison, Julia, 250 Denison, Mark, 299 Denkler, Keith, 250, 166 Denning, William, 250 Dennis, Jacque, 273 Dennis, Jaque,i273 Dennis, Mark, 273 Depierri, James, 273 Depierri, Patti, 214 Derry, David, 273 Desadier, Chris, 273 Desadier, Gale, 214 DeSalvo, Joseph, 250 Destena, Andrew, 273 Destena, Donna, 250 Detamore, Dennis, 273 ' Detamore, Janet, 111 124, 133, 145, 211 384 Devier, Rebecca, 250 Devine, Frank, 299 Devine, Ralph, 150, 161 156, 250 Devine, Theresa, 299 Dick, James, 21, 251 162, 192 Dickerson, Donna, 214 Dickinson, Holli, 111 214, 91 Dickinson, Stuart, 299 Dickson, Larry, 51, 51 111, 113, 213 Dillard, Mary, 273 Dillow, David, 273 DiMaria, Dennis, 299 Dinges, Barbara, 299 Dinges, Nancy, 273 Dinges, Robert, 250 Dingman, Angelec, 250 Dishroon, Brenda, 214 Dishroon, Karen, 101 273 Distefano, Christoph, 27 Divita, Eva, 299 Dixon, James, 250 Doan, Charles, 299 , Dobbs, Nancy, 104, 2111 Dobrey, Richard, 250 Doctors, Denice, 299 Doegen, Gene, 299 Doerries, Gary, 273 Doggett, Corby, 273 Dohner, Gwen, 214 Doig, Kacy, 273 Donovan, David, 273 Dopf, Alan, 214 Doran, Mark, 214, 186 Dorcheus, Nancy, 273 Dorroh, Kim, 299 Dorsey, Diane, 299 Doty, Diane, 273 Doty, Judith, 250, 195 Doty, Robert, 299 Dougherty, John, 250 Doughty, David, 274, 16' Douglas, Kathryn, 299 Douglas, Nancy, 299 Douthit, Deann, 250, 10 Downey, Constance, 251 286 Downey, Janie, 299 Downey, Michael, 214 Drake, Tommy, 250 Drakos, Kathryn, 214 Drakos, Richard, 299 Draper, David, 274 Draper, John, 274 Drechsel, Thomas, 250 Dreyer, Craig, 250 Dring, Kathleen, 250, 127 Driskell, Nancy, 274 Driskell, Susan, 299, 196 Drummond, Deidre, 250 Drummond, Meredith, 250 Dryden, Linda, 300 DuBois, Douglas, 274, 167 DuBois, Amy Jo, 214 Dudley, David, 214 Dudney, Jenny, 274 Dueker, Lisa, 250, 127, 109 Duerr, John, 250 Duerr, Tom, 300 Duff, Sue, 250 Duffy, James, 300 Duffy, Keith, 300, 303 DuFrane, Amy, 274 Duke, Cheryl, 250 Duke, Deborah, 300 Duke, Kathy, 250 Dumas, Melanie, 274 Dunbar, Debra, 215 Dunbar, Robert, 215 Duncan, Scott, 274 Dunn, Diane, 300 Dunn, Larry, 47 Dunn, Merrilee, 300 Dunphy, Brian, 274, 167 Dunphy, Robert, 148, 215, 88, 164, 162 Dunsire, Elizabeth, 300 Dunpriest, Michael, 250 Durgin, Betty, 175 Durham, John, 250 Duryea, Jeff, 300, 169 Dutton, Robert, 274 Dykes, Dawn, 274 Earl, James, 300 Eaton, Bruce, 146, 215, 158, 174, 170 Eckhart, Brian, 250 Eckhart, Jimmy, 215, 162, 164 Edinger, Cynthia, 274 Edward, Teresa, 215 Edwards, Jeffery, 250 Effinger, Jill, 300 Effinger, Kenneth, 215, 162 Egger, Caroline, 250 Ehlers, Stephen, 274 Einkauf, Oscar, 274 Eiser, Howard, 300 Eiserman, Dale, 215 Ellison, Elaine, 114, 115 Elms, Jeff, 215, 124,l215 Elms, Marsha, 274 Elstad, Nancy, 215 Emberg, Ree, 300 Emery, Lisa, 250, 127, 109 Emery, Margaret, 109, 274, 96 Emmerich, Melanie, 300 Emmert, Jane, 274 Emmert, Judith, 300, 305 Emmott, Mike, 274 . Emmott, Victoria, 274 Enis, Larry, 250, 162 Enis, Teresa, 274 Enloe, Molly, 300 Enroth, Lawrence, 215 Enroth, Rinda, 300 Erwin, Jess, 300 Erwin, John, 215 Erwin, Mark, 300 Erwin, Patricia, 250 Erwin, Susan, 268, 274 60 Essig, Cheryl, 274 Essig, Diane, 250 Etnyre, Phillip, 300 Eubanks, Herbert, 274 192 Eubanks, Sara, 215 Evans 175 Evans Evans 193 Evans , cindy, 250, 147 , Greg, 300, 174 , Keith, 300, 168, , Sarah CNellJ, 215, 127, 136 Everingham, Joy, 274 Evers, Patricia, 215 Evetts, Mark, 168 Ewin, Beverly, 251 Fabling, David, 274 Faggard, Melinda, 215, 109 Faggard, William, 274 Fahey, Robyn, 300 Faig, Elizabeth, 251, 177 Faig, Steven, 300 Fain, Mark, 251 Fain, Mina, 300 Farmer, Bradford, 274 Farmer, Chris, 274 Farmer, Michael, 300, 169 Farnsworth, Randal, 274 Farrell, Missy, 109, 274 Farris, James, 215 Farris, Madeline, 300 Fedder, Selinda, 251 Feehan, Catherine, 251, 260 Fehrenkamp, Debra, 215 Fehrenkamp, Kristi, 300 Fekete, Joyce, 251 Felker, Martha, 215 Fellows, Laura, 300 Feltner, Ellen, 300 Fenner, Lizbeth, 251, 127 Fenske, John, 300 Ferguson, John, 274 Ferguson, Robert, 215 Ferguson, Terese, 300 Ferris, Debbie, 215 Fertitta, Cindy, 300 Fertitta, Joe, 275 Feste, Cindy, 300, 60 Fickert, Karen, 251 Fifield, Thomas, 251 Finch, Joby, 28, 251 Fincher, David, 101, 105, 215, 59, 237 Finlay, Alison, 275 Finn, Claire, 251 Finney, Doris, 275 Finney, E. H., 275 Finstad, Suzanne, 251 First, Bradford, 275 Fisher, John, 251 Fisher, Valerie, 251 Fitts, Anita, 275 Fix, Madeline, 300 Flatt, Melissa, 300 Flatt, Paula, 215 Fleetwood, Richard, 275, 94, 166 Fleming, Alison, 251 Fleming, Vickie, 275 Fletcher, David, 251 Flora, Richard, 275 Flowers, Colette, 215 Floyd, Tomas, 251, 166, 192 Fogleman, David, 251 Folk, Barbara, 300 Folk, David, 252 Folk, Stephen, 275 Folse, Don, 301 Fons, Leesa, 22, 252 Fontenot, Michelle, 301 Ford, C. D., 125, 252 Ford, Patricia, 275 Foreman, Robert, 252, 192 Forsyth, Ellen, 301 Forsyth, Katherine, 275 Foster, Judith, 275 Foulk, Richard, 252 Foulk, Susan, 301 Fowler, Diane, 215 Fowler, Val, 301, 191 Fox, Clayton, 301 Fox, Craig, 252 Fox, Martha, 215 Fox, Randolph, 275 Fox, Susan, 126, 275 Framel, Curtis, 275 Framel, Cynthia, 252 Francis, David, 252, 166 Frangakos, Cathryn, 252 Franklin, Charlene, 275, 96 Franklin, Charles, 301, 169 Franknecht, Karen, 275 Franknecht, Robert, 252 Franz, Anne, 301, 197 Franz, Richard, 275 Frasure, William, 216 Frazee, Thomas, 275 Frederick, Lydia, 216 Frederick, Stephen, 126, 129, 252 French, Robert, 275, 174 Frey, Theresa, 216 Frey, Thomas, 275 Fricke, Rebecca, 117, 252 Friedmann, Pamela, 275 Friedrichs, Lee, 252 Frion, Mare, 301 Fritz, Rodney, 301 Frizzell, Dominique, 216 Frizzell, Robert, 301 Frost, Martha, 301 Fry, Suzan, 252 Fuge, Christine, 114, 216, 133, 115, 45 Fuge, Rebecca, 28, 252 Fuller, Karen, 275 Furber, Gary, 126, 275 Furber, Lynn, 146, 216, 88, 171 Fusco, Joanne, 252, 127 Gabig, Thomas, 216 Gables, Margaret, 275 Galatian, Kenneth, 301 Galatian, Steve, 252 Gallagher, sue, 135, 275 Gallimore, John, 252 Ganslen, Beth, 252 Gaos, Marcela, 216 Gardiner, Bill, 216 Garrett, Jonelle, 252 Garrett, Mary, 301 Gartig, Carol, 301, 197 Gartig, Diane, 252 Gartig, Sandra, -301, 197 Gatchell, Jeffrey, 275, 167 Gatton, Jamie, 301 Gavin, Richard, 252 Gay, Bob, 252 Gay, Nanette, 301 Gay, Robert, 166 Gayle, Richard, 275 Gayle, Robert, 301 Gaynor, John, 252 Gearner, Geoffrey, 301 Geer, Mark, 275 Gentry, Alice, 122, 252, 95 Gentry, Baxter, 275, 167 Geotis, Tony, 301, 284 Gerard, Michele, 252, 195 Geyer, Diana, 252 Gibbs, Janice, 216 Gibbs, Robert, 276, 188 Gibson, Craig, 301 Gibson, Sallie, 276 Gibson, Todd, 252 Giese, Elisabeth, 252 Giffin, Connie, 253 Giffin, Debbie, 216 Giffin, John, 276 Gillespie, Gregg, 276 Gillespie, Lou, 252 Gillespie, Richard Ill, 46 Giovannini, Tommy, 276 Glanville, Mary, 252 Glass, Cynthia, 276 Glass, Rebecca, 216 Glauber, Russell, 252 Glenn, Candace, 301 Glenn, Jaime, 216 Glenn, Jan, 276 Goble, Dan, 276, 199 Goble, Don, 276, 199 Gochenour, Mark, 216, 52, 164, 162, 155, 92 Godshalk, Sharon, 252 Goerner, Gary, 301 Goerner, Pam, 216 Goerner, Patricia, 216 Goff, Carole, 276 Golden, Elizabeth, 276 Goldman, Elizabeth, 252 Goldman, Nancy, 276 Goltermann, Kimberly, Advertising Wx iii 1 El Gato Sports Editor Paul Smith gazes intently during a tense moment of a football game. 253, 109 Goodhart, Gail, 216 Goodhart, Martha, 301, 197 Goodman, Robert, 276 Goodson, Janet, 253 Goodwin, Claudia, 109, 276 Goodwin, Olivia, 216 Gordon, Randy, 253, 155, 167 Gould, Dawn, 216 Gould, Sharon, 216 Gould, Timmy, 301 Gowan, Martha, 276 Grace, John, 276 Grady, John, 216 Graf, Chris, 114, 253, Greenfield, James, 253, 88, 179, 180 Greenfield, Mary, 276 Gregg, Debbie, 109, 276 Hager, Hilja, 253 Hager, Paul, 253 Hairston, dorothy, 218 Hajek, Peter, 276 Hajek, Sueanne, 218 Hale, Linda, 276 Hall, Brad, 218 Hall, Brett, 253 Hallaron, John, 302, 169 Halter, Susan, 253 Hamby, Jaral, 302 Hamby, Jay, 218 Hamill, Martha, 253 Hamilton, Mike, 302, 169, 193 Hamilton, Robert, 276 Hamlin, Mary, 302 Hammond, Doug, 24, 21, 168 Hammons, Gene, 302 Hamrick, Lynn, 303 Hasker, 'Nilliam, 276 Haupt, James, 277 Haws, Brenda, 253 Hawver, Anne, 277 Hayes, David, 253, 166 Hayes, James, 277 Hayes Hayes Hayes Melissa, 303 , Mike, 219 , Susie, 303, 219 Haynes, Margot, 303 Haynes, William, 253 Hayre, Lali, 303 Hancock, Sherry, 218 Hand, Brian, 253, 166 Hand, Karen, 276, 96 Hand, Kimberly, 218 Hand, Lynn, 253 Gregory, James, 301 Gregory, William, 301 Gribben Cheryl, 217 Gresser, , Becky, 276 Grice, Charles, 276 Griess, Jennifer, 217 Griffin, Debra, 301 Griffin, Donna, 217 Griffin, Gary, 302 Griffin, Jana, 253, 109 Griffith, Griffith, Michael, 122 Susan, 302 Griffiths, Jeffrey, 253 Grigsby, Robert, 217 Grimsby, Ken, 302 Gripp, Cheryl, 276 Handwerk, Chris, 253 Haney, Amy, 253 Haning, Mary, 218 Hanlon, Jack, 303, 188 Hanlon, Larry, 219 Hanlon, Mike, 276 Hansen, Keith, 303 Hansen, Ronald, 303 Hanzelka, Kathy, 303 Harbour, Meleah, 253 Hargrave, Suzanne, 303, 196 Hargrove, John, 219 Hargrove, Melanie, 276 Haring, Scott, 303 Harper, Carol, 303 Harper, Cynthia, 121, 109, 131, 133 Graham, Andrew, 216, 44, 191 9 Graham, Barbara, 301 10 Graham, Candy, 288, 276 11 Graham, Cecilia, 253 10 Graham, Gail, 276 12 Graham, Wood, 216 11 Graham, Katherine, 253 10 Graham, Mary, 276 12 Graham, Neil, 216 Grootemaat, Karen, 302 Grossheim, Mary, 302 Grossman, Cary, 217 Grossman, Lauren, 130 124, 219, 129, 136 Harper, Julie, 303 Harper, Kenneth, 276 Harper, Michael, 219 276 Grove, David, 105, 124 217, 237 Grove, Donna, 302, 197 Grove, Taylor, 217 Graha, Seldon, 276, 161' Grana, Victor, 301 Granero, Horacio, 301 Grantham, Leslie, 127, 276 Grauke, Chad, 276, 166 Graves, Gary, 216, 50, 43 Graves, Lawrence, 276 10 Gravett, Lauri, 276 9 Gray, James, 301, 169 10 Gray, Joyce, 276 9 Gray, Kevin, 301 9 Gray, Lisa, 301 10 Gray, Marcella, 276, 60 12 Gray, Sharon, 216 11 Green, Donna, 253 9 Green, Karen, 301 9 Green, Rex, 301 12 Green, Roxanne, 117, 216, 132, 51 11 Greene, Carolyn, 253 9 Greene, Patricia, 301 12 Greenfield, Annette, 216 374 - Advertising Gubera, John, 253 Gubera, Theresa, 217 Gubera, Thomas, 276 Gudelman, Heidi, 217 140 Gudelman, Mark, 276 277 Guerin, Gail, 217 Guerin, Robert, 302 Guerra, Charles, 217 Guerra, Lynne, 253 Gulledge, Gerald, 276 Gurley, Gregory, 253, 166 Guzman, Lorene, 276 Haddox, Terry, 217 Hadlow, Pamela, 253 Hadlow, Robert, 27, 302, 167 Hafer, Jim, 218 Hagedorn, Angela, 302 Hagen, Michael, 276 Harper, Robert, 253 Harpold, Jennifer, 219 Harpold, Roy, 303 Harrington, Shannon, 303 Harrington, Tim, 253, 192 Harris, Gary, 276 Harris, Holly, 303, 94 Harris, James, 303 Harris, Jeffrey, 303, 168, 191 Harris, Kathryn, 253 Harris, Kathy, 276 Harris, Kevin, 303 Harris, Lesley, 126, 129 Harris, Lori,r219 Harris, Martin, 303 Harris, Sandra, 253 Harris, Walter, 105, 149, 183, 219, 237, 162 Harrison, Thomas, 126, 276 Hart, Holly, 219 Hart, Sylvia, 276 Hartl, Loyce, 253 Hartley, Henry, 303 Harvey, Frank, 276 Harvey, Sandra, 276 Harvey, William, 167 Hays, Ginny, 219 Hays, Jeffrey, 277, 188, 189 Hays, Steve, 219 Headrick, Charles, 303 Healy, Richard, 253 Healy, Tim, 303 Healy, William, 219 Heaney, Elizabeth, 253 Heaney, Mary, 219 Hearne, Kathleen, 303 Heath, Leslie, 303 Heath, Melinda, 303 Heath, Robert, 253 Hebert, Linda, 219, 109 Heck, Terr, 253 Heckman, Mary, 303 Hedge, Laura, 277 Hedley, Gregg, 219, 199 Hedrick, Thomas, 303 Hedrick, William, 277 Heeter, Warren, 219 Heiser, Amy, 303 Helmers, Ray, 277 Helweg, Gretchen, 253 Henckel, Kenneth, 253 Henderson, Carolyn, 109, 277 Henderson, Cathy, 277 Henderson, Heather, 219 Henderson, lrma, 121, 253 Henrion, Gregory, 303 Henrion, Lynne, 277 Henriott, Michele, 253, 133 Henry, Billy, 303 Hensley, donald, 253 Heptig, Philip, 227 Heptig, Taina, 303 Herdman, Nancy, 126, 219 Herdman, William, 303 Hering, Gregory, 303 Herndon, Elizabeth, 303 Herold, Kimberly, 26, 219 Herrington, Carol, 253 Herrington, Ilene, 253 Herter, Victoria, 219, 109 Hess, Jane, 277 Hewgley, Sue, 253, 127 Hibbard, Candace, 126, 219, 129 Hickman, Lyn, 109, 277 Hickox, John, 303, 193 Hickox, Patti, 253, 135 Hicks, Jimmy, 219, 93 Hicks, Mary CLynnJ, 219, 220 Hicks, Paul, 253 Hicks, Steve, 253 Higgins, Molly, 277 Higgs, Jennifer, 304 Higinbotham, Jeff, 219 Higinbotham, Beth, 127, 277 Hill, Ann, 304 Hill, Bryan, 277 Hill, Diane, 304 Hill, Gregory, 304 Hill, Patricia, 277 Hill, Richard, 219 Hinkle, Susan, 304 Hippard, Claude, 253, 166 Hirsch Hirsch , Stephen, 304 Hodde, Hodge, Chris, 219 Sharron, 304 Richard, 277 Hodges, Heidi, 304 Hoefling, Pamela, 277 Hoffman, Judy, 304 Hogg, Cathy, 277 Hogge, Michael, 219 Hoglund, Kelly, 304 Hold, Debra, 253, Holder, Betsy, 118, 220, 140 Houck, Julie, 197 Howard, Candice, 111, 254 Howard, Charles, 126 Howard, David, 277 Howard, Gail, 254, 109 Howard, Judith, 277 Howard, Lynn, 254, 109 Howard, Victor, 254 Howell, Jill, 220 Howell, Joan, 278 Howell, Tracy, 304 Hoyt, Dirk, 278, 177, 182, 183, 180 Hoyt, Robert, 220, 172, 198 Huber, Howard, 304 Hudgins, Sally, 254 Hudson, Donald Hudson, Janet, 278 Hudson, Mliss, 278 Hudson, Shernita, 254 Hudson, Susan Huebner, Laura, 304 192, 149, 131, 254 Hole, Barbara, 253 Hole, Ronald, 253 Holland, Cynthia, 304 Holland, James, 304 Holland, John, 277 Holland, Michelle, 111, 220, 137 Holland, Sharon, 220 Holland, William, 277 Hollenberg, Brad, 220 Hollenberg, Donna, 304 Hollenberg, Randall, 277 Holloway, Debra, 277 Holloway, Robert, 253 Holloway, Herbert Jr,, 220, 48 Hollowell, Jay, 304 Holmes, Craig, 220 Holmes, Merry, 304 Holmes, Wendy, 304 Holstead, Stephen, 254, 188 Holyfield, Kevin, 277, 188 Holzinger, Andrea, 254 Holzinger, Jan, 277 Holzinger, Richard, 168, 304 Homeyer, James, 304 Homeyer, Michael, 220, 92, 162 Hooper, Sandy, 277 Hoover, John, 304, 169 Hopkins, Ashley, 304 Hopkins, Harriet, 254 Hopkins, robert, 277 Hopkins, Thomas, 277 Hopson, Cynthia, 304, 196 Hopson, Rebecca, 220, 194, 195, 197 Horn, Lorna, 304 Horne, Amy, 254 Horne, John, 277 Horner, Charles, 277 Horner, Mark, 150, 162 Horner, Thomas, 254 Hornsby, David, 254 Hornsby, Gail, 220 Horstketter, Cynthia, 254, 127 Hutt, John, 278 Hutt, Theresa, 254 Huffman, Brandon, 304 Huffman, Glenn, 220 Huffman, Hal, 278 Huffman, Hollie, 254 Huffman, James, 304, Ingram, Timothy, 278 lserhardt, William, 254 lsham, Kimberly, 278 Islas, Patricia, 221, 133 lsom, Charles, 278 Ives, Laurie, 108, 221 lzzard, Randolph, 254 Jacks, Mark, 221, 222 Jackson, Belinda, 304 Jackson, David, 126, 221 Jackson, Jay, 278 Jackson, Jeffrey, 221 Jackson, Judith, 278 Jackson, Judith, 278 Jackson, Russell, 221 Jacoby, David, 221 Jacoby, Ralph, 221 Jakle, Dawn, 304 Jamail, Sharon, 278 James, Bruce, 221 James, Joyce, 177, 221 James, Linda, 278 James, Rebecca, 221 Jamieson, Marian, 304 Jankovsky, Paul, 254 Jankovsky, Julie, 304 Jatko, Royce, 278 Jaudon, Craig, 304 Jones Jones Jones 109 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Barbara, 221 Bryan, 222 Catherine, 254 Craig, 254 David, 279 Dennis, 222, 241 James, 222 Janet, 222 Janet, 305, 197 Jeanne, 305 Jonathan, 279 Karen, 305 Kenneth, 279, 188 Laurie, 254 Louis, 222, 162 Margaret, 305 Jones, Melanie, 305 Jones, Randall, 279 Jones, Robert, 254 Jones, Scott, 279, 168 Jones, Scott, 305, 193 Jones, Thomas, 279 Jones, Tracy, 305 Jordan, Jeffrey, 254 Jordan, Michele, 279 Jordan, Reed, 305, 174 Jordan, Scott, 219 Jaudon, Janice, 254 Jaudon, Karen, 278 169, 193, 191 Huffman, Laurie, 278 Jeffery, George, 278 Jelson, Dianne, 278 Jorgensen, Charles, 305 Jorgensen, Jeffrey, 279 Judson, Lisa, 254 Jurasin, Gregory, 305 Jurasin, Tamera, 222, Hughes, Charles, 304 Hughes, Geary, 254 Hughes, Georgia, 177 Hughes, Gregory, 304 Hughes, Linda, 304 Huie, James, 221, 162 Hull, David, 304, 109, 193 Hull, Helen, 304 Hull, Jane, 254 Hull, Suzy, 304, 96 Hulsey, Robert, 304 Hulsey, Thomas, 278 Humbert, Beth, 304 Humbert, Gail, 254 Humbert, Mark, 221, 138 Humble, susan, 221 Humke, Kara, 254 Hunkins, Dannette, 221 Hunt, Gary, 221, 131 Hur, Ann, 104, 221, 238 Hur, Nancy, 278 Hur, Susan, 254, 56 Hurst, Elizabeth, 254 Hurst, Nancy, 304, 305 Hurst, Roger, 304, 169, 193 Husemann, Mary, 221 Husmann, Steve, 278 Hutcheson, Vicki, 304 Hutson, Eric, 254, 286 Huyser, Greg, 221 Hyder, Kathy, 304 Hyder, Mary, 254 Hyman, Jimmy, 278 lhlanfeldt, S1-san, 254 lmhott, Willard, 276 lnce,'Tina, 254, 109 Inglis, Charles, 278 Inglis, John, 254 lnglish, James, 278 lngraffia, Russell, 254 Jenkins, Robert, 21, 246 Jenkins, Scott, 221, 87, 162 Jenkins, Susan, 254 Jensen, Kim, 221 Jernigan, Eric, 304, 167 193 Jernigan, Ramona, 18, 11 254 Jicha, David, 304 Jobe, Susan, 254, 130 Jochetz, George, 146, 10 221, 174, 171 Johanson, Cynthia, 221 John, Georgann, 127 278 John, Stuart, 221 195 Kabine, Karen, 222 . 9 , 9 10 Johnson, Brenda, 304 Johnson, Brian, 278 Johnson, Charlotte, 304 Johnson, David, 254 Johnson, Debbie, 278 Johnson, Elizabeth, 304 Johnson, Gary, 254 Johnson, Gayle, 304 Johnson, Janette, 221 Johnson, Judy, 304 Johnson, Karen, 254 Johnson, Kathleen, 121 254 Johnson, Kenneth, 278 Johnson, Kerry, 278 Johnson, Linda, 304 Johnson, Paul, 304 Johnson, Rhonda Johnson, Richard, 254 191 Johnson, Steven, 221 Johnston, Cathy, 221 Johnston, David, 304 Johnston, Peter, 305 Kabine, Pamela, 301 Kadell, Elaine, 222 Kadell, Kathleen, 254 Kahn, Tracey, 306, 175 Kaiser, Marc, 254 Kahander, John, 254 Kaltenbach, Julie, 222 Kaltenbach, Todd, 308 Kaltwasser, Daryl, 222 Kaltwasser, Linda, 279 Kamp, Michael, 222 Kamp, Nancy, 279 Kansas, Debra, 306 Kansas, Mary, 279, 57 Kappler, Sherry, 222 Karbach, Patricia, 306 Kasmer, Bob, 254 Kastor, David, 26, 279 Katopodis, Susan, 279 Kean, Jack, 254 Kean, Steven, 306 Kearney. Sheryl, 222 Kee, Allan, 279 Keene, Carole, 222 Keeney, Paul, 279 Keesecker, Kent, 306 Kefauver, Walter, 279 Keith, Gail, 254 Keith, Susan, 254 Kelley, Kevin, 279 Kellogg, Kathy, 279 Kellogg. Leigh, 222 Kellogg, Mary, 306 Kelly, Bruce, 222, 192 Kelly, Chris, 114, 115, 222, 133 Kelly, Colleen, 279 Kelly, Debra, 306 Kelly, John, 306 Advertising Kelly, Martha, 279 Kelly, Robert, 254 Kelly, Suzanne, 110, 223 Kelly, Tom, 306 Kelting, Mark, 306, 191 Kelting, Paul, 255 Kemp, Kevin, 279 Kemp, Paul, 255 Kennedy, Jeffrey, 279 Kennedy, Karen, 255 Kennedy, Kathy, 306 Kennedy, Patrick, 255 Kennedy, William, 255 Kent, Deborah, 255 Kent, Helen, 279 Kent, Mary, 255, 134 Kent, Peter, 279 Kent, Robert, 306 Kepner, Kathryn, 223 Kern, Linda, 109, 279 Kerr, Brian, 223, 49 Kerr, Virginia, 279 Kessler, Karen, 223 Kessler, William, 255 Kibler, Frederick, 279 Kibler, Lisa, 223 Kidd, Thomas, 306 Kiel, Gerlad, 255, 188, 189 Kietzman, Lorrie, 306 Kilkenny, Mark, 126, 279, 167 Kimbel, Michael, 279, 280 Kimmey, Kim, 279 Kimmey, Michael, 279, 167 King, Gary, 255 King, Patton, 306 Kingsley, John, 255 Kinnaird, John, 306 Kinnaird, Clay, Jr., 306, 199 Kinsel, Ronald, 169 Kirby, Carrie, 255 Kirby, Leslie, 306 Kirkpatrick, Linda, 255 Kirkpatrick, Mary, 255 Kirkpatrick, Patricia, 306 Kirkpatrick, Vicki, 223 Kishego, Mark, 223 Kitowski, Elizabeth, 223 Kotowski, Gail, 255, 109 Kitzmiller, Jill, 129, 279 Klausmeyer, Kathleen, 279 Klein, Benjamin, 223 Klingman, Susan, 113 Klorer, Jeffery, 255 Klotz, Susan fKayJ, 223 Kluthe, Danne, 223 Knapp, Lynda, 306 Knight, Sidney, 279 Knight, Tom, 255 Knobelsdorf, John, 112, 224 Knobelsdorf, Karl, 255 Knoeller, Craig, 224 Knoeller, Susan, 279 Kobdish, Donald, 279 Kobdish, Mark, 224, 93 Koch, Denise, 306 Koch, Gary, 32, 224, 230, 88, 162 376 Advertising Kocian, Karen, 306 Koebel, Andrew, 255, 162 Koecher, Eileen, 224 Koecher, Kevin, 279 Koehler, Douglas, 279, 166 Knostas, George, 306 koons, Robert, 306 Kosmoski, Mark, 306 Koury, Mason, 306 Kowalsky, David, 306 Kraft, Linda, 279 Kraft, Stephen, 255 Kramer, Michael, 279 Kranz, Richard, 279 Kratochvil, Glen, 224 Krause, Barbara, 224 Krause, Brian, 279, 167 Krause, Kimberley, 224 Kremers, Diane, 255 Kremers, Hank, 224, 162 Krenek, Diana, 306 Krenek, Joan, 255 Kripp, Laurie, 306, 127 Kripp, Roberta, 279 Krueger, Susan, 255 Kullberg, Cynthia, 306 Kullberg, Richard, 279 Kupka, Jane, 224 Kupka, Nancy, 279 Lackey, Susan, 279 Lacy, Doug, 224, 81 Lacy, Nancy, 114, 224, 93 LaFave, Janet, 306 Laftoon, Kyle, 279 Lagle, Beth, 279 Laird, Sally, 224 Lake, Audrey, 224 Lake, Susan, 306 Lamb, Brian, 307, 169 Lamb, Debra, 255, 175 Lambert, Melissa, 279 Lamour, Kenneth, 307 Land, Linda, 224 Landers, Randall, 193, 307, 168 Landholt, Carolyn, 307 Landry, David, 279 Landry, Monica, 277 Landry, Rex, 146 Landry, Terry, 224, 109 Lane, Richard, 307, 193 Laney, Cindy, 307, 195 Laney, Harriet, 255 Langerud, Finn, 146, 307 Langford, Mary, 118, 279 Langley, Pamela Langlois, Michael, 280 Langston, Doris, 307 LaNoue, Marc, 280 Lappin, Mark, 307 Larkin, James, 167, 280 Larkin, Lynn, 307 LaRue, Catherine, 224, 90, 46 Lasiter, Shawna, 280 Lasley, Shelly, 307 Lassere, James, 280 Lassiter, James, 255, 182, 178, 181 Lathum, Jeri, 224 Lathum, Teri, 224 Laughlin, Cynthia, 255 Laughlin, Jacquelin, 255 Lauterbach, Beoki, 307 Laverty, Lynn, 280 Law, David, 255, 166 Lawler, Richard, 224 Lawless, Leann, 307 Lawless, Richard, 224, 81 Lawrence, 22, 110, 99, 81 1 1 Lawrence, James, 1 1 1, 9 112, 133 Lawrence, John, 307, 1 69 9 Lawrence, Kate, 114, 256 11 Lawrence, Nancy, 307 Lawson, David, 256 Lawson, Jimmy, 224 Lay, Guy, 268, 280 Leach, Robert, 224 Leatherwood, Kirk, 151, 159, 192, 280, 162 Leavitt, Lewis, 224 LeBlanc, Lisa, 280 LeBlanc, Patrice, 307 Lederer, John, 206, 224 Lederer, Susan, 18 Lee, Brenda, 307 Lee, David, 307 Lee, Henry, 280 Lee, Janet, 307 Lee, Jeffrey, 280 Lee, Larry, 256 Lee, Martha, 307 Lee, Ryan, 280 Leehey, Colleen, 307 Leehey, Maureen, 256, 109 Leflar, Richard, 256 Legge, Gleen, 307 LeGrand, Alison, 256 Lehman, Mark, 256 Leisenring, Nancy, 112, 224, 133 Leiss, Karen, 307 Leiss, Susan, 225 Lemer, Deborah, 225 Lemer, Ronald, 307 Lemieux, Denise, 225 Lennon, Janet, 127, 280 Lenox, Gladden, 280 Leonard, Donald, 255 Lester, Barbara, 114, 225 Lester, Samuel, 280 Letsos, Eugene, 307 Letsos, Linda, 225, 89, 55, 59 Leverick, Randal, 280 Leverick, Richard, 225 Levy, Carey, 307 Lewis, Barbara, 256 Lewis, Christoph, 126, 280 Lewis, Gary, 225 Lewis, Jere, 307 Lewis, John, 256 Lewis, Laura, 280 Lewis, Leeann, 280 Lewis, Robert, 256 Lewis, Teresa, 307 Lewis, Todd, 307 Lewis, Trudy, 256 Lewis, William, 126, 256 Lewis, William, 307 Lewis, Eugene, 256 Liddell, Leslie, 307 Lieb, Gaylynn, 225 Lien, Mark, 307 Ligon, Evlyn, 225, 109 Liles, Ryan, 256, 188 Liles, Sally, 280 Lilja, Janet, 114, 225, 133 Lindner, Terry, 127, 280 Lindsey, Janet, 256, 109 Lineberry, Steven, 308, 169 Lipon, Elaine, 280 Lipon, Teddy, 308 Lischka, Cathy, 256, 131, 60 Lister, James, 225 Lister, Sue, 126, 256, 109 Little, Jennifer, 280 Littleiohn, Suzanne, 256 Lloyd, Charlene, 280, 175 Lodge, Linda, 225, 109, 44 Lodge, Thomas, 126, 280 Loe, Joanna, 280 Loe, Mary, 226 Logan, John, 256 Lohec, Marsha, 308 lohec, Phyllis, 256 Lombard, Christy, 280 Lombard, David, 226, 162 Long, James, 256 Longstaff, Elizabeth, 280 Lonquist, Paul, 120, 124 256 Lorton, Arthur, 105, 256, 162 Losch, Lawrence, 280 Losch, Paul, 124, 206, 226, 46 Lottman, William, 256 Louderback, Glen, 280, 188 Louderback, Margaret, 1 13 Loughnane, Kevin, 280 Lounsbury, Clay, 111, 226 Lounsbury, Clifton, 308 Love, Linda, 308 Lovingfoss, Debbie, 280 Low, Jeffrey, 256, 126 Low, Margaret, 280 Low, Sigrid, 226 Luby, Katie, 126, 226 Lucas, Margie, 126, 226 Lucas, Starla, 308 Luecke, Gerald, 308 Luedemann, Tommy, 280 Luehrmann, Joanne, 256 Lutfel, Tommy, 256 Luke, Norman, 256, 136 Lukeman, Robert, 226 Lundblad, Jeffrey, 280 Lupin, Leigh, 308 Lynn, Greta, 280 Lynn, Terry, 226 Maby, Monica, 308 MacAllister, Craig, 308 Mace, Clark, 308 Mackin, Carol, 308 MacKinnon, Rebecca, 256 MacLennan, Colleen, 226 MacLennan, Ronald, 308 MacMurrough, John, 226 MacPherson, Jeanne, 308 MacPherson, Mary, 281 Madden, Margaret, 226 Madden, Patricia, 256 Maddox, Mark,308 Maddox, Patricia, 308 Magnusson, Susan, 121, 256 Mahoney, Betsy, 308 Mahoney, Margaret, 226 Mahoney, Francis Jr., 116, 384, 226 Mai, Martin, 308, 169 Mallett, Janet, 226 Mallia, Mark, 281 Mallia, Melinda, 113, 124, 133, 226 Malone, Ada, 308 Malone, Dawnelle, 256 Maluski, Tony, 281 Manchester, Craig, 256 Manchester, Michael, 281 Mange, Helen, 281 Mange, Jane, 112, 226 Mangold, Sabrina, 281 Mann, David, 256 Mann, Douglas, 256 Mann, Joan, 226 Mann, Laura, 308 Manning, Brenda, 109, 281 Mannix, John, 281 Manry, Fred, 226 Manry, Margaret, 308 Mansen, David, 98, 256 Mapes, Mike, 256 Marback, Kevin, 281 March, Dale, 256 March, Todd, 308 Marchant, Kevin, 308 Marichal, Meredith, 281 Markley, Gary, 257 Marks, Carolyn, 308 Marks, Robert, 226 Marling, Robert, 126, 281 Marlowe, Constance, 281 Marlowe, Frank, 227 Maron, Allen, 126 Maroney, Richard, 257 Marquis, Phyllis, 308 Marquis, Robert, 281 Marshall, Barbara, 227, 50 Marshall, Clint, 281 Marshall, Kyle, 308 Marshall, Rebecca, 257, 50 Marti, Kathy, 308 Marti, Sherry, 281 Marti, Elroy Jr., 227, 173, 199 Martin, Cherry, 281 Martin, David, 281 Martin, Debbie, 308 Martin Debra, 308 Martin, Don, 281 Martin, Garry, 308 Martin, Karen, 257, 109 Martin, Linda, 227 Martin, Lynn, 257 Martin, Patricia, 227 Martinez, Aida, 308 Martinez, Curtis, 308 Mason, Randall, 257 Masterson, Holly, 308 Mathews, Holly, 257, 258 Mathieu, Sandra, 281 Mathis, David, 257 Matocha, Annie, 308 Matocha, Rebecca, 227 Matocha, Susan, 281 Mattalino, Michael, 257 Mattalino, Philip, 101, 227 Mattes, Bradford, 281 Matthew, Debra, 308 Matthews, Charles, 308 Matthews, Richard, 308, 193 Matthews, Scott, 281 Mattlna, Deborah, 257 Mattlna, Pamela, 281 Matuszewski, Leonard, 308 Maurer, John, 281 Maurer, Karen, 308 Maurer, Sharen, 308 Maxcy, Allen, 277 Maxcy, Kyle, 308, 191 Maxwell, Frederick, 257 May, Maureen, 227 May, Michael, 308 May, Patrick, 257 Maybin, Dana, 227 Mayne, Judy, 308 McAlister, Brian, 30 McAlister, Daniel, 227 McAlister, Peggy, 257 McAndrews, Jack, 281 McAvoy, Scott, 257 McCarney, Kris, 308 McCarthey, John, 308 McCarthey, Lisa, 257 McClain, Michael, 281 McClintock, Jeana, 257 McClusky, Moira, 257 McCollough, Debbie, 308 McCollum, Jim, 227, 162 McCollum, Mark, 257, 192 McConnell, Bobby, 257, 166 McConnell, James, 282, 169, 281 McConnell, Marilyn, 227 McCormack, Patricia, 227 McCormack, John, 227 McCown, James, 308 McCoy, Shelly, 20, 257 McCoy, Sheryl, 281 McCreary, Charles, 257 McCreary, Mark, 257 McCrocklin, Martha, 227 McCullough, Carla, 227, 210 McCullough, Janet, 308 McCurdy, Michael, 309 McDade, Scott, 309 McDaniel, Joan, 281, 196 McDaniel, Linda, 227, 109 McDonald, Kim, 309 McDonald, Marianne, 257 McDonald, Rose, 281 McDonald, James, 227 McDonnold, Janet, 257 McDowell, James, 309, 191 McEachern, Jim McEIligott, Patricia, 281 McElroy, Brian, 309 McElroy, Mark, 227 McElroy, Melinda, 227 McElroy, Michael, 257, 227 McElveen, Cynthia, 309 McElveen, Gail, 227, 240 McEwan, Laura, 281 McGehee, Kevin, 309 McGihon, Charles, 227 McGihon, Kathryn, 281 McGinness, Susan, 257 McGlasson, Paul, 281 McGlasson, Robert, 309 McGlasson, Van, 227 McGouldrick, Tricia, 227, 140, 238 McGovern, John, 257, 126, 129 McGovern, Teresa, 309, 197 McGovern, Virginia, 126, 48, 227 McGregor, Robert, 281, 188 McGreight, Mike, 309 McGuire, Dennis, 227 Mclntyre, Kathleen, 309 Mclntyre, Suzanne, 281 McKeehan, Richard, 81 McKim, Elizabeth, 227, 109 McKim, Stephen, 281 McKinley, David, 228, 229 McKinley, William, 257 McKnight, Marsha, 309 McLane, Mark, 309 McLinden, Richard, 257 McMillan, Janet, 228, 48, 174, 175 McMillan, Michael, 257 McMillan, Travis, 257 McMillen, Mark, 228 McMurray, Mona, 282, 60 McNamara, Sharon, 257 McNeill, Anita, 309 McNeill, Janet, 246, 257 McNelis, Marilyn, 257, 195 McNelis, Robert, 309 McNeme, Patricia, 282 McNeme, Thomas, 257 McRae, Margaret, 257, 109 McRae, Steven, 168, 193 McRoberts, Alan, 282 McRoberts, Margaret, 228 McSorley, Samuel, 228 McWhorter, Ronny, 309 McWilliams, Marc, 282 McWilliams, Robert, 257 Meagher, Jana, 257 Meek, Ann, 228 Meeks, Michael, 258, 166 Melancon, Paul, 282 Mellard, Connie, 258 Melton, David, 228, 158, 162 Menger, Carl, 150, 258, 156, 164, 162,158 Menger, Jeannine, 294, 309, 58 Manger, Marek, 282 Merriott, Kevin, 309 Mershon, Jack, 282 Mertz, Janet, 282 Mettler, Barbara, 309 Metzler, Jane, 228 Metzler, Sally, 127, 282 Meushaw, Dianne, 20, 258, 109 Meyer, Richard, 309 Meyers, Mark, 282 Michaels, Barbara, 258, 109 Michaels, Linda, 309 Middlebrooke, Patricia, 282 Mifflin, Kenneth, 309 Mifsud, John, 282 Mifsud, Tom, 309 Millar, Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Camille, 228 Cecilia, 228 Dana, 282 David, 310 , Dinah, 310 , Elizabeth, 228, 109 Frank, 310 James, 282 Joseph, 282, 188 Julie, 258 Katherine, 258 Kendrick, 310 Kerry, 228 Mark, 228 7, l l They're coming to take me away! exclaims Mrs. Billing to Coach Dexter, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Basilp and Mrs. Forrister Advertising 377 , Robert, 258 10 Miller, Mark, 282 12 Miller, Meleene, 228 12 Miller, Phillip, 228 9 Miller, Thomas, 169 12 Millican, Mary, 228 9 Millican, Rebecca, 310 10 Minahan, Gary, 282 12 Minahan, Marc, 228 9 Minton, John, 310 11 Minton, Mike, 258, 43 12 Mishaw Clifford, 228, 184 9 Mitchell, Carol, 310 11 Mitchell, Charles, 258 9 Mitchell, Deborah, 310, 316 9 Mitchell, Erin, 310 11 Mitchell, Melody, 258 9 Mitchell, Philip, 310 1 1 Mitchell Moseley, Philip, 310 Mosley, Candace, 258, 109 Moss, Michael, 172, 174 Mott, Robert, 258 Moulios, Karen, 310 Moulton, Catherine, 229 Moulton, Mark, 282 Mourglia, Meredith, 229 Mudd, Barbara, 126, 229, 59 Mudd, David, 310 Mudd, David, 310 Mudd, Deborah, 282 Mudd, Pamela, 258, 109 Muhleman, Richard, 258 Muilenburg, Ted, 258 Mullane, Michael, 310 Muller, Muller, Cynthia, 229 Darlene, 282 310,193,168 11 Mitchell, Robin, 99, 258 Mize, Becky, 112, 258 Moffett, Chris, 228 Moffit, Donald, 228 Moffitt, Jerrell, 282 Moher, John, 310 Mokwa, Lynn, 228 Molish, Carol, 310 Monday, Cheryl, 258 Mondelli, Chris, 258 Mondelli, John, 228, 239 Montfort, Ralph, 310 Montgomery, James, 228 Mulligan, Hester, 258 Murnane, Joseph, 282 Murnane, Marsha, 258 Murphrey, Timothy, 282 Murphy, Jane, 310 Murray Mu rray , Debbie, 229, 135 , Gail, 126, 283 Murray, Greg, 258, 126, 129 Murray, Karen, 258 Murray, Lucy, 259 Murray, Priscilla, 310 Murray, Susan, 259 Muse, Pete, 310, 167 Musgrove, Kari, 310 Musslewhite, Judy, 248, 259 Mustian, William, 283 Newitt, Patty, 230 Newland, Earline, 230 Newland, Ronald, 283 Newlin, Stephen, 310 Newman, Barbara, 310 Newman, Jan, 283, 175 Newton, Phillip, 230 Newton, Phyllis, 310 Newton, Wendy, 259 Neyland, Synthia, 109 283 Ng, Brian, 259 Nicholas, Angela, 259 Nichols, Bill, 310 Nicholson, Leai. Nickerson, Ellen, 230 Nigh, Danny, 259 Nigh, David, 230 Noble, Roger, 310 Nordquist, Vicki, 230 Norman, Travis, 310 Norwood, John, 230 Norwood, Nancy, 283 Noufer, Glenn, 310 Noufer, Steven, 259 Novosad, Mark, 310 Novotny, Jerome, 294, Nuell, Irving, 283, 167 Nuell, Kathryn, 311 Nutt, John, 311 Oakes, Robert, 23, 116, 230 Oakley, Dawna, 311 O'Brien, Brien, 178 O'Brien, David, 283 Osborne, Bobby, 19, 131, 157, 162 Osborne, Carolyn, 259, 126 Osborne, Kathleen, 311 O'Shields, Michael, 231, 162 O'Shields, Sally, 311 Ostrofsky, Keri, 311 Otting, Angela, 311 Otting, Randall, 251 Otting, Sherilyn, 283 Ousterhout, David, 259, 166 Owen, Gregory, 311 Owens, Robin, 196 Ozkardesh, Kent, 311 Pace, Janie, 231, 109 Pace, Matt, 259, 166 Page, Denise, 311 Page, Judy, 283 Page, Russell, 101, 231 Paget-Clarke, Jane, 259 Palmer, John, 126, 283 Palmer, Robin, 231 Palmer, Shelley, 117, 231 Palmer Thomas, 126, 283 Parchman, Michael, 284, 192 Park, Sam IV, 284 Parker, Charlotte, 231 Parker, Georgiann, 259, 283 Parker, Jack, 311 Parker, Joni, 311 O'Brien, Mark, 162, 142, Parker, June, 119, 231 10 Moore, Eric, 282 Montgomery, Debra, 258 12 Montgomery, Pamela, 228 12 Montgomery, Patricia, 228 Moody, Paul, 258 10 Moon, David, 282, 174 12 Moon, Frank, 22, 228 10 Moore, Ann, 127 12 Moore, Christina, 229, 109 12 Moore, Holly, 228 9 Moore, Nalda, 310 11 Moore, Paige, 258 12 Moore, Pat, 228 9 Mooreman, Mary, 310 10 Moran, Siobhan, 282 9 Moreland, Amy, 310 Myers, 193 Donald, 31 O, 168, Moreland, Gina, 111, 229 Moreland, Kathleen, 109, 282 Moreman, Robert, 310 Morey, Carol, 114, 229 Morey, William, 310 Morgan, Melanie, 310 Morgan, Sue, 229, 140 Morgan, Trenton, 258 Morris, Bryan, 258 Morris, Linda, 310 Morris, Pamela, 229 Morrison, Alan, 19, 105, 229, 162, 237 Morrison, Doug, 229 Morrison, Greg, 220 Morrison, Rebecca, 282 Morrow, John, 310 Morton, Janet, 282 Morton, Melinda, 310 Moseley, Joanna, 258 378 Advertising Myers, Margaret, 2,83 Myers, Mark, 310 Myers, Phil, 229 Myers, Ronald, 310, 168 Nager, Ross, 113, 229, 52, 133 Nagle, Elizabeth, 229, 136 Nagle, Mark, 283 Nancarrow, Leslie, 310 Naquin, Jaime, 230, 109 Naquin, Jody, 310, 316 Nations, Frank, 230 Nations, Mary, 283 Neal, Linda, 310 Neal, Mark, 310 Nealy, Joyce, 283 Neel, Ama, 310 Neeley, Edward, 282, 167 Neeley, Tedi, 310 Neff, Donna, 310 Neff, Richard, 310 Neighbour, Rodney, 283 O'Brien, Regina, 283 O'Brien, Shannon, 259 O'Connell, Daniel, 311, 168 O'Connell, Mary, 283 Oddo, Ben, 283 Oddo, Michael, 311 Ogden, Carol, 311 O'Kelley, David, 230 Olander, Maribeth, 123, 259, 109 Oldreive, Deborah, 311 Oliphant, Craig, 167, 283 Olive, Delinda, 283 Parker, Jean, 31, 231, 243 Parker, Richard, 311, 193 Parker, Robert, 259 Parrish, David, 311, 168 Parrish Mark, 259 Parrish Richard, 284 Oliver, Elizabeth, 311 Oliver, Jean, 11 Oliver, Lawrence, 230 Oliver, Mark, 311 Oliver, Paul, 259 Oliver, Jana, 311 Olivier, Lance, 283 Olsen, Kenneth, 283 Olsen, Susan, 230 Olson, Jacquelin, 283 Olson, 230 Stephanie, 126, Neil, Lisa, 283 Neisch, Dan, 283 Neisch, Linda, 230 Nelson, Mark, 310, 169 Nelson, Nancy, 310 Nesbitt, Donna, 126, 259 Nettles, Jane, 283 Neukom, Gregory, 259 Newitt, Barbara, 310 Omo, Ann, 259 O'Neill, Kathleen, 259 O'Neill, Kyle, 311 O'Neill, Patricia Onstot, Jamie, 119, 259, 109 Orr, Charles, 283 Osborn, Deborah, 283 Osborn, Lisa, 259 Parsons, Russell, 284 Partch, Candy, 259 Paseman, Dirk, 259 Pash, Robert, 284 Patey, Kathleen, 231 Patterson, Darlene, 311 Paul, John, 311 Paul, Pat, 231 Paulsen, Eric, 231, 90, 162 Paulsen, Will, 90, 284 Paynce, Mark, 311, 168 Payton, Cheryl, 311 Pearson, Elizabeth, 311 Pearson, Steven, 259, 163, 193, 192 Pease, Gregory, 284 Pease, Leslie, 311 Pechal, Stephanie, 231 Peddicord, Howard, 311 Peddicord, Martha, 109, 284 Pederson, Cynthia, 284 Pederson, Karen, 284, 196 Peeler, James, 259 Peklenk, Steve, 231 Penn, Larry, 231 Penn, Sharon, 127, 284 Pepas, John, 259 Percival, David, Perdue, Robert, Perilloux, Jane, Perini, Patricia, Perkins, Rycca, Perrenod, Matt, 259 231 312 284 284 284 Perricone, Sharolyn, 231 Perry, Brenda, 284, 196 Perry, James, 231 Perry, Margaret, 231, 140 Perry, Paul, 284 Perry, Sandra, 284 Persons, Nathan, 312 Persons, Paul, 231 Peter, Nance, 312 Petersen, Barbara, 312 Petersen, Vicki, 312 Peterson, Mark, 231 Peterson, Sarah, 284 Peterson, Sharon, 312 Petruzzi, John, 98, 259 Petursson, Birna, 231 Petursson, lngvar, 312 Peyton, Sherry, 259 Pfeiffer, Richard, 231 Pfeiffer, Robert, 231 Ptluger, David, 259 Phares, Edith, 312 Phillips, Carole, 259 Phillips, David, 284, 188 Phillips, Julie, 231 Phillips, Michael, 259 Phillips Phillips , Sandra, 312 Susan, 259 Roberts Phillips, William, 284 Pickens, Diane, 259 Pickens, Sandra, 312 Pickett, Holly, 312 Pierson, Pamela, 284 Pigue, Mike, 312, 168 Pike, Johnny, 231 Pippin, Alan, 259 Pliszka, Steven, 259 Plummer, John, 231 Poe, Mimi, 284 Pollard, Aida, 312 Pollard, Garth, 284 Pollok, Linda, 312 Pollok, Patti, 284 Polsfoot, Sally, 259 Polstra, Dave, 312 Polstra, John, 231 Ponti, Antonio, 27, 124 Poole, James, 232 Pope, Michael, 284 Porter, Bruce, 284 Porter, Holly, 232 Posey, Lee, 284 Potts, Elizabeth, 259 Potts, Nancy, 312 Pouncey, Clarehce, 167 Powell, Kathy, 232, 140 Propps, Gregory, 286 Prudhomme, Elaine, 109, 286 Prudhomme, Frances, 259, 109 Pruitt, Julia, 259 Pucciarello, Toni, 106, 286 Pugh, Carol, 259 Pullara, Phyllis, 259, 109 Pursley, Richard, 255, 259 Purzer, Mary, 312 Quinn, Cris, 246, 259 131, 162 Quinn, Susan, 312 Quire, Valerie, 232 Rabbitt, John, 286 Raif, Marcus, 259 Raiffeisen, Carol, 259 Raiffeisen, Charles, 286 Rainey, Frank, 232 Rairigh, James, 286 Ralls, James, 312 Ramey, Gayle, 259 Ramsey, Craig, 312, 169 Ramsey, Donna, 114, 232, 133 Ramsey, Steve, 56 Ramsey, Mark, 259 Ramsey, Steven, 259, 137, 161, 162 Rand, Gregory, 312 Randolph, Mark, 312 Randolph, Susan, 286 Ransleben, Elaine, 312 Rascoe, Garry, 286 Rascoe, Sheri, 312 Rasnick, Jack, 260 Rasnick, Patricia, 312 Rasnick, Richard, 286 Ray, Laura, 286 Rea, James, 260 Read, James, 232 Read, Kevin, 286, 169 Read, Timothy, 312, 168 Reeber, Charles, 286 Rhodes Patricia, 312 Rhodes, Timothy, 312 Ribelles, Elisa, 260 Ribelles, Laura, 286 Ribelles, Terry, 125, 232 Rice, John, 260 Rice, Leslie, 312 Rice, Melissa, 260 Richard, Elizabeth, 260 Richardson, Joel, 114, 260 Richardson, Paul, 287 Richardson, Robert, 232 Richardson, William, 232 Richey, Chester, 287 Richmond, Mark, 260 Riddle, Rebecca, 232 Riddle, Stephanie, 287 Ridley, John, 312 Riedel, Ralph, 312 Ries, David, 260 Ries, Jennifer, 287 Rosel, Joan, 233 Rosewall, Cynthia, 287 Ross, Corinna, 260 Ross, Paul, 233, 141 Rosser, Pam, 233 Rostron, Jeffrey, 287 Rothaus, Leslie, 260 Rothaus, Pam, 312 Rounsaville, Kay, 233 Rovegno, Jane, 261 Rovello, Debbie, 233 Rowe, Sharon, 261 Royal, Teresa, 313 Royse, Elizabeth, 313 Rudolphy, Charles, 261 Ruhlin, Bruce, 313, 169 Ruhlin, Kathlen, 261 Ruhlin, Kristina, 287 Rundle, Lois, 287 Rupert, Gregory, 287, 167 Rusch, Mark, 313, 169 Riesen, Robin, 260 Rusche, Stephen, 261 Riggs, Beth, 260 Rigo De Righi, Stefania, 287 Ringland, John, 260 Ringwald, Mark, 312 Risher, David, 113, 232, 45, 137 Ritley, Ted, 312 Rivers, William, 287, 57 Rix, Charles, 287 Rlzley, Max Jr., 287 Roberts, Bruce, 232, 192 Roberts, Douglas, 260 Russell, Betty, 233 Russell, James, 287 Russell, Mark, 313 Russell, Mary, 261 Russell, Valerie, 261 Russey, Edward, 126, 287 Ruther, Herbert, 233, 192 Rutledge, Dorothy, 313 Rutrough, Marc, 233 Ryall, Donna, 313 Ryan, Kenneth, 287 Ryan, Patricia, 313 Reed, Barbara, 312 Reed, David, 312, 191 Reed, Elizabeth, 232 Reed, James, 312, 169 Reed, James, 174, 198 Reed, Kristen, 125, 232 109 Reese, Bob, 232, 163 Reese, Elizabeth, 286 Reese, Steven, 232 Reese , Tina, 312 Reid, Carla, 298, 312 Reiland, Julie, 232, 89, Reilly, Debbie, 286 Reimers, Terri, 286 59 Roberts, Edwin, 260 Roberts, James, 232 Roberts, Jane, 287 Roberts Mary, 287 Roberts Murphy, 260 Roberts, Nicole, 287, 175 Randall, 260 Roberts, Steven, 312 Ryan Robert, 261 Saad Katherine, 261, 91 Saad Walter, 313, 191 Sablatura, David, 261 Sablatura, Joy, 287 Roberts, William, 287, 192 Roberts, William, 232 Robinson Bill, 312 Robinson, Craig, 232 Robinson, Geoffrey, 260 Robinson, Janice, 232 Robinson, Jill, 232 Robinson, Judith, 232 Robinson, Steven, 312 Robinson, Talty, 260 Robison, Ann, 232 Roby, Trae, 312, 60, 168 193 Rodell, Leonard, 287 Rodgers, Patricia, 312 Roe, Brian, 260 Roeder, Konrad, 312 Roehm, Monica, 312 Rogers, Kevin, 232 Powers, Evelyn,'284 Powers, Mark, 3 2 Prather, John, 3 l Pratka, Melissa, 2 9, 109 Price, Laura, 284 Price, Linda, 259, 127 Price, Nancy, 286 Price, Susan, 286 Prior, Dale, 60 Reine, Linda, 286 Reppond, Paul, 312 Rexrode, Rebecca, 312 Reynolds, Beth, 286 Reynolds, Darcy, 232 Reynolds, David, 260 Reynolds, Donna, 232 Reynolds, Robin, 312 Rhodes, Gary, 260 Roher, Karen, 233 Rollert, Deborah, 206, 233 Rollert, Sarah, 287 Rollins, Ted, 312, 169 Rollins, Tom, 111, 260 Roman, Jill, 312 Rosebrugh, Patti, 233 Rosel, Jay, 312 Sackett, Lisa, 313 Sackett, Matthew, 287, 167 Sales, Mark, 313 Salmon, Cynthia, 313 Salmon, Mark, 287 Sams, Larry, 261 Sams, Robert, 233 Sanders, Julie, 313 Sanderson, Susie, 313 Sandland, Bob, 233 Sandvik, Erik, 287, 192 Sandvik, Terri, 261 Santo, Sue, 126, 261 Sartorius, Tom, 233 Satterfield, Jackie, 313 Saville, John, 261 Savit, Judith, 261 Saxe, Cynthia, 287 Saxon, Meredith, 287 Scace, Kevin, 126, 287 Schaefer, David, 313 Schaefer, Kim, 261 Schaetti, Margery, 287 Schaffer, Sean, 261 Schares, Steven, 313 Schares, Thomas, 233 Scharnberg, Donna, 261 Schauer, Alan, 261 Scheffer, Ronald, 287 Scheibe, Richard, 313 Advertising Mark Jacks and Ann Meek crowded hall problem. 9 Scheibe, Robert, 98 11 Scheirman, Robert, 261 11 Schenck, Gregory, 261 10 Scheppke, Sue, 287 11 Scheppke, Thomas, 261 11 Schermerhorn, Peter, 252, 261 10 Schick, Mary, 121, 287 134 9 Schick, Patricia, 313 12 Schick, Robert, 111, 120 234, 53 12 Schifani, Lisa, 234 Schmalhausen, Jodee 287 Schmidt, David, 261, 126 129 Schmitt, Barry, 234 Schmoker, Robert, 313 Schneider, Hans, 313 Schneider, Heidi, 234 Schnittker, Douglas, 261 Scholl, Peter, 234, 162 Scholl, Susan, 313 Schooley, Charles, 122 146, 160, 234 Schreiner, Leslie, 261 Schubert, Jack, 313, 57 193, 168. Schuetz, Timothy, 146 126, 161, 313, 234 170 Schultz, Christine, 261 Schwartzkopf, Lee, 261 Schwartzkopf, Lois, 261 Schwenk, James, 313 Scott, Bradley, 261 Scott, David, 261 Scott, Jennifer, 261 Scott, Judy, 287, 109 Scott, Linda, 313 Scott, Nancy, 313, 197 Scott, Rebecca, 234 Scott, Wendy, 234, 140 Scruby, Beth, 261 Scruby, Leslie, 287, 196 Seaback, Gary, 234, 89 Seaback, Joey, 313 Seaback, John, 313 Seba, Barbara, 234 Seely, Anne, 287 Seggerman, Diane, 287 Seibert, Buddy, 313 Seibert, Mary Kay, 287 380 Advertising watch as John Bevis solves the Seigler, William, 287 Selby, Carroll, 287 Self, Linda, 313 Sellers, Susan, 261 Semaan, Patricia, 287 Semaan, Sherry, 313 Severson, Keith, 287, 167 Sewell, Jay, 313 Shaffer, Elizabeth, 121, 257, 261 Shaffer, Sharla, 294, 313 Shaffer, Sherilyn, 261, 175 Shaffer, Sue, 114, 116, 234, 147 Shanks, Diana, 261 Shanks, Galen, 234 Shannon, Gerald, 287, 166 Shannon, Walter, 168 Shapiro, Debra, 234 Shapiro, Douglas, 313, 193 Sharpe, Janet, 261 Shaw, Lauren, 313 Shelby, Dave, 234 Shelby, Diann, 313 Shelby, Steven, 313, 174 Shepherd, Callie, 313 Sheriff, Susan, 287 Sherman, Sherri, 261 Shetler, David, 261 Shetler, Linda, 261 Shilling, Steven, 261, 135 Shinn, Mary, 287 Shipman, Nancy, 234, 238 shockley, Cleve, 313 Shoptaw, Debra, 261 Shoptaw, Susan, 287, 195 Short, John, 235 shortridge, Lee, 313, 168 Shotwell, Douglas, 147, 154, 157, 235, 234, 162, 164 Shoup, David, 313, 169 Shropshire, Bill, 313 Shuler, Wiley, 261 Shumway, Edward, 287 Sicking, Matthew, 313 Sicking, Susan, 287 Siemers, Michael, 261 Siess, Kurt, 246, 251, 261, 192 Simmons, Mark, 313 Simon, Lawrence, 261 Simonini, Riccardo, 261 Simpson, Arthur, 235 Simpson, Marsha, 235 Sims, Harris, 287 Sims, Margaret, 287 Sinderson, Terry, 261 Sinex, Sonja, 261, 109 Singleton, Anne, 287 Singleton, Mark, 191 Singleton, Martha, 235 Siragusa, Carolyn, 288 Siragusa, Janet, 313 Sisk, James, 288 Sisk, John, 288 Sistare, Pamela, 313 Skaggs, Melody, 313 Skaggs, Robert, 235 Skellie, Blair, 313 Skidmore, Linda, 261 Skladzien, Lorrie, 261 Skladzien, Raye, 313 Slagle, Robert, 111, 235. 43, 137 Slagle, Thomas, 261, 164 Slattery, Joe, 288 Slattery, John, 162 Slaydon, Dianne, 126, 235 Sledge, Sandra, 288 Sloan, Cathy, 262, 126 Sloan, Myra, 262, 127 Sloan, Richard, 313 Small, Nancy, 235 Smith, Barbara, 288 Smith, Becky, 235 Smith, Bradley, 288 Smith, Brenda, 262 Smith, Brian, 313, 199 Smith, Carol, 288 Smith, Charlotte, 288 Smith, Clark, 235 Smith, Courtney, 262 Smith, Craig, 313, 168 Smith, Danny, 235, 162, 88 Smith, David, 313 Smith, Diane, 288 Smith, Douglas, 262 Smith, Ellen, 262, 109 Smith, Jeremy, 235 Smith, Jerry, 314, 168 Smith, Karen, 262 Smith, Kenneth, 262 Smith, Kim, 314 Smith, Krista, 314 Smith, Laurie, 288 Smith, Mary, 235 Smith, Mike, 314 Smith, Nicholas, 262 Smith, Pam, 288 Smith, Paul, 112, 262 Smith, Randall, 288, 90 Smith, Reed, 235 Smith, Robert, 235 Smith, Rosemary, 288 Smith, Russell, 314 Smith, Steven, 235, 178, 181 Smith, Susan, 262, 109 Smith, Suzanne, 235 Smith, Tracy, 314 Smith, Tres, 235 Smolen, Bradley, 288, 167 Smolen, Gary, 25 Smyth, Scott, 288 Snakenberg, Helen, 288 Snelling, Lynda, 288 Snider, Melody, 288 Snyder, Neil, 146, 235, 132,171,59,137 Snyder, Robert, 288 Sobocinski, Deborah, 288 Sobocinski, Roxanne, 314 Solsbery, Anne, 123, 262, 109 Solsbery, Carol, 123, 262 Sontag, Zena, 314 Sorgini, Janet, 288 Sorrells, Richard, 314 Sossaman, Dana, 235 Sossaman, Janice, 288 Soward, Susan, 126, 129 Spafford, John, 314, 174 Spain, Stephen, 262 Sparkman, Sandra, 314 Spears, Martha, 235 Specht, Gary, 235 Speckhard, Barbara, 1 10, 262 Speight, Brian, 288 Spence, Douglas, 314, 168,169 Spence, Michael, 262, 166 Spence, Sandy, 314 Sprague, Jeffrey, 262 Sproston, Greg, 314 Sprott, Charles, 262 Sprott, Herbert, 314 Sprowls, John, 288 Stabler, Susan, 288 Stallcup, Robert, 235 Stanbery, Margaret, 123, 262 Standish, Scott, 288 Stanley, Brenda, 235 Stanley, Jimmy Stansberry, Sue, 262, 109 Stark, Janet, 288 Stark, Nancy, 235, 175 Stark, Sandra, 262 Stark, Tracy, 314 Starrak, Ward, 262, 166, 96 Stauffer, Leslie, 314 Steadman, Jett, 314, 169 Steed, Linda, 235 Steele, Parker, 288 Steinmeyer, Paula, 288 Stelzig, Marsha, 262, 109 Stengel, Gregg, 288 Stephens, Allison, 262 Stephens, Jan, 236 Stephens, Mark, 236 Stephens, Rebecca, 288 Stephens, 194, 195 Sterkx, Suzanne, 262 Stevens, Beth, 262 Stevens, Thomas, 169, 193 Stevens, William, 288 Stevenson, Robert, 262 Vicki, 236, Stewart, Charles, 314 Stewart, Craig, 314, 384, 191 Stewart, Dianne, 236 Stewart, Donna, 262 Stewart, Janice, 248, 262 Stewart, Steven, 262 Tharpe, Linda, 289, 90 Thegze, Anne, 289 Thelen, Mark, 236 Thibodeaux, Michael, 289, 268 Thibodeaux, Steven, 314 unr, William, 289 Wacheftdoffeft Vargo, Brian, 290 Stiles, John, 314 Still, Teresa, 314, 196 Still, Timothy, 262 Stillwell, Nancy, 288 Stinson, Janyce, 262 Stinson, Russell, 314 Stites, Harold, 314 St. Laurent, Lisa, 314 St. Laurent, Monique, 236 St. Martin, David, 236 Stokes, Beverly, 314 Stone, Deborah, 262 Stone, Mary, 236 Story, David, 262 Story, Sharon, 288 Stovall, Pamela, 236, 140 Stover, James CFritzJ, 236 Straub, Wendy, 289 Strutz, Marcia, 236 Stuart, David, 314 Stubbs, Sandra, 236 Sturdy, Karen, 314 Sublett, Judy, 289 Sublett, Mary, 262 Sullivan, Daniel, 262, 174 Sullivan, John, 314 Sullivan, Stuart, 314 Sutton, Herbert, 289 sutton, Leslie, 314 Sutton, Nancy, 236 Swanke, Stephen, 236 Swanke, Susan, 289 Swanson, Jeff, 289, 183, 179,188 Swanson, Karen, 127, 289 Swanson, Randall, 236 Swanstrom, Brian, 314 Swearingin, David, 236 Sweeney, Patrick, 236 Thienes Brenda, 314 Thomas, Janet, 262 Thomas, Joe, 314, 169, 193 Thomas, John, 262 Thomas, Pat, 235, 140 Thomas, Robert, 206, 236 Thomas, Susan, 314 Thomason, John, 236, 81 Thomason Ronald, 289 Thompson, Catherine, 314 Thompson Cathy, 314, 196 Thompson Charles, 289 Thompson, Didi, 314 Thompson, Jeffrey, 262 Thompson Mary, 127 289 Thompson, Mike, 262 Thompson Nathaniel, 164 Thompson, Rita, 236 Thompson, Scott, 237 Thompson Steve, 262 Sweeton, Mary, 289 Sweeton, Murriel, 289 Swyden, 190 Douglas, 314, Thomson, Dan, 314 Thomson, David Ill, 262 Thorington, Stephen, 192, 289 Thornton, Lisa, 262 Thurber, Cynthia, 119, 237 Thurber, Stephen, 289, 167 Thurman, Terri, 289 Tibbets, Harold, 289 Tierney, Bob, 262, 188 Timmis, Christine, 314 Tinkham, Jeffrey, 314 Tobin, Mary, 289 Todd, Pamela, 247 Wardlaw, James, 291 Symon, Elizabeth, 289 Tableman, Mark, 289 Tackett, Charles, 236 Talley, Stephen, 289, 167 Tallman, Robin, 289 Tapscott, Steven, 289 Taylor, Brian, 289 Tonklng, Randy, 289 Toomey, Donna, 175 Toomey, Laura, 262, 175 Toomey, Susan, 314 Touchy, Cynthia, 289 Touchy, Patricia, 113, 237 Touring, David, 289 Touring, Susan, 237 Tovar, Paula, 237 Taylor, George, 236 Taylor, James, 7 Taylor, Jan, 236 Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Laura, 236 Larry, 236, 90 Timothy, 262 Teague, Cindy, 289 Teer, John, 289 Teinert, Karen, 236, 109, 43 Teinert, Steve, 262 Templeton, Shirley, 314 Terrell, Marcella, 314 Towell, Brenda, 237 Town, David, 289 Tracy, Karen, 262 Trantham, Claire, 262 Trantham, Elaine, 314 Triplett, Gary, 289, 60 Troscinski, David, 289 Troscinski, Mark, 262 Trujillo, Jorge, 262 Trumble, Reid, 314 Tucker, Kitty, 262 Tulinski, Mary, 314 Tulloch, Donna, 237, 51, 138 Tully, Gary, 289 Tully, Terri, 314 Turner, Dinah, 263 Tuthill, Pamela, 289 Tuthill, William Ill, 314 Tuttle, Robin, 263 Tyler, Tena, 314 Tynan, Kelly, 314 Tyson, Chris, 289 Tyson, Kimberly, 315 Ulate, Vera, 27, 124, 237 Underhill, Cathleen, 315 Underhill, Ross, 263, 166, 142 Underwood, Bobby, 315 Underwood, William, 263, 188 Unger, John, 290 Unger, Linda, 290 Unger, Susan, 263 Uniacke, Brian, 290 Urech, Arthur, 163, 162 Utt, Kimberlee, 263 Utt, Kristi, 60 Vague, David, 237 Vague, Richard, 290 Valentine, Wendy, 315 Valenzuela, Carmen, 263 Valenzuela, Maria, 290 Van Delinder, Brett, 315 Van Ert, Jill, 114, 237, 133 Van Leuvan, Jane, 237 Van Loozen, Bill, 238, 42 Van Nort, Collins, 263, 131,172,187,18O Van Ormer, Kurt, 315 Van Osselaer, Thomas, 290 Van Sant, Ann, 263 Van Sickle, Kaycia, 290 Van Steenburg, Michael, 315 Varney, Tomine, 238 Vaughn, Michael, 238 Vega, Marta, 290 Vela, David, 315, 168 Vela, Sonia, 263 Vela, Luis Jr., 290, 188, 189 Velten, Mark, 238, 233, 157, 164, 163 Velten, Theresa, 109, 290 Verner, Denise, 290 Vicklund, Sara, 263 Vicklund, Susan, 315 Victorin, Nancy, 127, 290, 196 Villwock, Diane, 315 Villwock, Jeffrey, 238 Vincent, Guy, 290 Vincent, Timothy, 315 Vingoe, Douglas, 315, 169 Vingoe, Susan, 114, 123, 238, 133 Virgadamo, Cheryl, 315 Viscarde, Daniel, 315 Viscarde, David, 290 Viscarde, Dina, 238 Vitek, Karen, 126, 238 Vitek, Marily, 315 Vitek, Sherri, 290 Vollmar, Michel, 126 Vollmar, William, 315, 238, 169 Vrlnds, Jacquelin, 315 Vyas, Mala, 316 Vyas, Meeta, 316 Kimberley, 316 Waddell, Luniece, 316 Wade, Susan, 316 Wadle, Lanny, 316 Waggoner, Jayne, 263 Waite, Michael, 263 Wakin, Jeffrey, 290, 166, 60 Waldhauser, Robin, 263, 109 Waldhauser, Walter, 116, 91 Walker, Becky, 146, 238, 54, 175, 88, 89 Walker, Connie, 316 Walker, John, 100, 238 Walker, Michael, 191 Walker, Pamela, 291 Walker, Robert, 316, 19. Walker, Tamara, 291 Wall, Bob, 105, 238, 243, 164, 162, 161 Wall, Jessica, 122, 123, 109, 263 Wallace, Janet, 291 Wallace, Lyn, 263, 127 Wallace, Nancy, 263 Walling, Dianne, 238 Walling, Jeff, 291 Walls, Betsy, 291 Walls, Deborah, 238, 109 Walsh, Bobby, 239 Walsh, Dennis, 291 Walsh, Kelly, 316 Walsh, Mary, 263 Walstad, David, 291 Walz, Anne, 239 Walz, Mark, 316, 169 Walz, Randall, 291 Wantschek, Loretta, 263 Wardell , Dana, 316 , Ronald, 239, 208 Wardell Wardell, Shelly, 291 Warden, Daniel, 239 Warden, Jenny, 291 Wardlaw, Susan, 22, 239 Wardlaw, Tessa, 263 Warfield, Richard, 263, 124 Warfield, Vicki, 291 Warlick, Estelle, 239 Warnock, Curtlon, 263 Warnock, Tina, 316 Warren, Craig, 291 Warren, Diane, 263 Warren, Terri, 316 Washburn, Brenda, 263 Waters, Kathryn, 316 Watkins, Garry, 239, 242, 81 Advertising Watkins, Gregory, 263 Watkins, John, 316 Watkins, Karen, 239 Watkins, Laura, 291 Watkins, Rebecca, 316 Watson, Carol, 291 Watson, Charles, 316 Watson, Janet, 316 Watson, Karen, 316 Watson, Kathryn, 263 Watson, Kevin, 316 Watson, Konnie, 239 Watson, William, 316 Watts, Cheryl, 239 Watts, Geralyn, 239 Watts, Pamela, 316 Wavpotich, Judith, 98, 263 Way, Cathy, 263 Weaver, Keith, 105, 237 Weaver, Scott, 239, 120, 167 291, Webb, Tom, 316, 191, 278 Weber, Daniel, 316 Weber, Denise, 109, 291 Weber, Dianne, 263 Webster, Shirley, 239 Weddle, Linda, 263 Weddle, Patti, 317 Wedemeyer, Ken, 317 Weeks, Barbara, 109 Weems, Beth, 317 Weems, Sherry, 112, 133 89 Wehmeyer, Deena, 317 Wehmeyer, Margaret 263, 126 Weigel, Susanna, 291 Weiland, Barbara, 122 Weiler, John, 291 Weland, Barbara, 264 Welch, Shelby, 264 Welch, Mary, 317 Welch, Steven, 239 Wells, Gary, 291 Wells, Joseph, 291, 167 Wells, Kevin, 317 Welsh, Betsy, 239 Welsh, Mary, 264 Welter, Mark, 317 Welter, Patricia, 291 Werner, Allen, 317 Werner, Beth, 239 Werner, Dan, 291 Wesley, Richard, 317 Wessels, Donald, 317, 169 West, David, 264 West, Linda, 291 West, Robert, 264 West, Ronald, 291 Westbrook, Cheryl, 291 Westmoreland, Barbara, 264 Westmoreland, Bob, 317 Whalen, Terri, 240, 109 Whatley, Myra, 317 Wheatley, Toni, 264 Wheeler, Brian, 291 Whitaker, Russell, 240 White, Bari, 317 White, Cynthia, 317 382 Advertising White, Dan, 317 White, David, 291 White, Gary, 240 White, Gerald, 317 White, John, 264 White, Lois, 317 White, Phillip, 264 White, Scott, 317 White, Vicki, 240 Whiteman, Judy, 291 Whitfield, Michael, 264 Whitley, William, 291 Whitman, Camille, 291 Whitman, Shawn, 317 Whitmire, Carl, 240, 209 Whitney, David, 291 Whittenburg, Russell, 317 Wichlep, Yvonne, 291 Wieland, Thomas, 317 Wiggs, Jay, 291 Wightman, Kathleen, 291 Wilbur, Teresa, 291 Wilcox, Lou, 317 Wilhelm, James, 264 Wilkerson, Anita, 240 Wilkerson, James, 317, 167, 193 Wilkerson, Lynne, 240 Wilkerson, Susan, 291 Wilkes, Scott, 291 Wilkin, Mark, 264 Wilkins, Melanie, 126 Wilkinson, William, 264 Willett, Emily, 264, 240 Williams, Herbert, 240 Williams, Julia, 317 Williams, Lesli, 291 Williams, Linda, 264 Williams, 240, 171 Williams, Mark, 241 Williams, Robert, 264, 162, 149 Willis, Carol, 241 Willis, Kyle, 264 Marcy, 146, Witt, Mary, 265 Wofford, Robert, 317, 168 Wolf, Debbie, 241 Wolf, Patricia, 291 Wolfe, Michael, 242 Wolfe, Janie, 195 Wolfe, Jim, 242 Wolpmann, Michael, 126 Womack, Joan, 317 Wommack, Ken, 265 Wood David, 182, 178 Wood Debra, 317 Wood, Edwin, 242, 162 Wood, Julie, 317 Wood Lauren, 291 Wood Lou, 317 Wood Lynda, 242 Wood, Nancy, 291, 197 Wood, Tamara, 317 Woodard, Dale, 242 Woodard, Patricia, 19, 265 Woods, Cathy, 242 Woodward, Jeffery, 317, 191 Woodward, Linda, 265 Woodward, Nancy, 242 Woodward, 265, 1 75 Shannon, 173, 195, 197, Willis, Page, 218, 241, 177, 184, 183 Wilson Amy, 118, 291 Wilson David, 122, 174, 264, 175 Wilson Debbie, 264, 109 Wilson Greg, 317 Wilson, Jeff, 317 Wilson, Jeffrey, 317 Wilson, Judy, 241 Wilson, Kati, 317 Wilson, Michael, 317, 193 Wilson Wilson, Walter, 291, 167 William, 265 Winburne, Dewey, 317 Winchell, Margaret, 126 Winzenried, Jay, 241, 192 Winzenried, Keith, 265, 192 Wipperman, Scott, 17, 112, 133, 265 Wise, Jo, 317 Wiseman, Kim, 291 Wiseman, Kurtis, 241 Witmer, Cynthia, 317 Witmer, Marie, 265, 95 Witmer, Nancy, 241 Witt, Bill, 317, 169 Wooldridge, Melissa, 291, 268 Woolfe, Janie, 265 Wooliolk, Jay, 265 Wooten, Wendy, 265 Worrell, Randy, 265, 166 Wright, Karen, 127, 291 Wright, Lily, 265 Wright, Mary, 265, 109 Wylie, Lesa, 317 Wyman, Richard, 265 Yarbrough, Debra, 317 Yasoni, Bruno, 291 Yates, Karan, 29, 265 Yates, Steven, 317 Yates, Susan, 265 Yeager, Tracee, 265 Yeagin, Pamela, 265 Yelich, Ann, 223, 242, 109 Yochum, Beverly, 317 Yochum, John, 265, 126, 174, 175 Yoder, James, 317 York, Jennifer, 265 Yost, Fred, 265 Young, Carey, 317 Young, Cary, 317 Young, Virginia, 265 Youngling, Peggy, 317 Youngman, Janet, 242, 109 Yount, Paula, 242 Zachary, Timothy, 317 Zarker, Larry, 242 Zeh, Doreen, 265 Zeid, Russell, 291 Connor Todd Pai-h Spears 5 f .4 1 f Yi wk 7? 1-, As this school year ends We will go our separate ways - Some of us to coiiege, The rest of us to Westchester. But each of us will retain our own Unique impression ot the year 1972, The year we found the true meaning Ot the word ri' rv Special thanks to Miss Judy Gossett Mr D eon Priest Craig Stewart Mr. Steve Stone ' Georgann Austin Butch Mahoney Janet Detamore


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