Woodrow Wilson High School - Crusader Yearbook (Dallas, TX)
- Class of 1976
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' INTRODUCTION 1 I
May of I975 brought much controversy at
Woodrow over an article printed in the
Dallas Times Herald. The story indicated
that race relations and law observance at
Woodrow Wilson were not healthy and
led readers to believe that the situation
Immediately students, parents, and teach-
ers of all backgrounds and races rallied to
refute this report. Petitions were signed,
letters were written, and concern was
expressed by all. Satisfaction was felt at
last, when a retraction was printed by the
An excerpt of the protest petition was sent to the Times Herald
Two Woodrow Students, Juan Alvarado and Ray Castro sign petition, which when completed bore over 900 names.
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The styles of the 1950's are modeled here by Leslie Folsom and Chester Davidson.
Students, dressed appropriately, demonstrate the Bunny Hop, led by Ruth Ann Burton and Joe Sholden.
Nostalgia Runs Rampant on
Special "Fifties Day," Spring '75
The atmosphere of Woodrow was changed for a day last spring as
students portrayed the styles of the l950's. Halls were filled with
teenie-boppers wearing pigtails, letter iackets and slicked-back
hair. Even the teachers participated as the clock was turned back to
Woodrow's former days lot which they had better recollection,
The climax of 50's Day was a sock hop in the girls' gym, which fea-
tured authentic music of the era. All in all, it was acclaimed a very
entertaining day at Woodrow Wilson.
Caught up in the day's activities, Mrs. Graham and
Mr. McCarty revert to their childhood.
STUDENT LIFE 15
Spring Assembly High Point of Year for New Sweethearts
Spring of l975 brought with it once again the excitement of Spring
Assembly, at which the Sweethearts presented their annual per-
formance before the student body. After many long hours of exact-
ing practice and hard work the 75-76 Drill Team was ready to
make its debut.
Students applauded enthusiastically as the Sweethearts performed
by squads, and then retired to the audience to observe the per-
formance of their captains. Several parents were also present to
support their daughters, who were attired in traditional red lipstick
and stiff petticoats under their scarlet uniforms. The audience
expressed general GppI'0VCl GS they watched their Drill TCCITI smile, Sweethearts, Liz Oliver, June Russel and Wicky Stark watch with enthusiasm as fel-
bow, and high-kick their way through another Spring Assembly. low D"ll Team memben p""'de lhmugl' 'he msles'
Members of Squad l demonstrate Sweetheart words: snap, focus, smile and kick at '75 Spring Assembly.
Head captain, Beverly Brin, and captains Ruth Ann Burton and Carolyn Storm stand at attention awaiting their
16 STUDENT LIFE
Students Elect New Council Officers in Spring of '75
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Wide participation was seen in voting for Student Council Officers.
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Josie Gonzalez delivers her campaign speech as students listen attentively.
As the Class of '75 prepared for graduation, the Class of '76 was
busy nominating candidates for the coming school year. Some fif-
teen candidates campaigned zealously for the support of voters,
and halls were filled with posters and signs as the campaign raged.
At the end of the long road of campaigning, candidates for the
offices of president, vice president, and secretary of the Student
Council made their speeches before the student body. Competition
was stiff, and the decision was difficult, but at last, Bruce Phillips,
Ken Sturges and Karen Matney emerged victorious in the voting.
STUDENT LIFE I7
Wildcat Red4Team scores winning touchdown at Red-Gray Game.
Annual lntra-Squad Game,
Sweetheart Show Cheered
On May 24, i975 the Wildcat football team, band, drill team and
cheerleaders gave spectators at Forester Field a preview of the
coming football season. The stands came to life as the crowds wit-
nessed what was believed to be an outstanding demonstration of
After observing the performance of the new football team, the '76
Band and Sweethearts marched onto the field for their first half-
time show. Satisfaction was expressed by all who viewed the show,
and it was believed to have been a fine example of what the
Sweethearts' performance in the coming year would be.
The outcome of the evening was a Wildcat Red-Team victory over
the Gray, but, more important, it was a victory for all the organiza-
tions involved, as all their hard work and effort was finally exhib-
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Wildcats run onto the field in pursuit of a victory,
Cheerleaders lead fans in cheering for both Red and Gray teams at Spring Game.
Wildcat Cheerleaders look on proudly from sidelines as '76 Band and Sweethearts
make their debut.
Graduation, All Night Party End 1975 Class Activities
As happens annually, the spring of 1975 was filled with senior
activities leading up to graduation. These events included: the Sen-
ior Assembly, in which seniors exhibited their talents, Senior
Brunch, given in the girls' gym, the Prom at the Sheraton Hotel, and
the All-Night Party at Bronco Bowl. Their year, and, indeed their
public school life was climaxed by Graduation in the State Fair
The T975 Woodrow Wilson Graduates received the diplomas on
the night of May 28, with Kenny Kurtz as Valedictorian and Eddie
Lyndon as Salutatorian. Superintendent Nolan Estes and Board
Member Nancy Judy were also present. Mrs. Judy gave the com-
mencement address and assisted in the presentation of the diplo-
Coveted diploma in hand, Ginger Ehrhardt is helped The Concert Choir, led by former director, Jerry McKinney, performs at the 1975 Graduation Exercises.
off stage by Bruce Phillips.
Senior men, David Stubblefield, Bill Shearin, Alan Younger and Jimmy Shoemaker express hidden aspiration to
become Sweethearts at Senior Assembly.
STUDENT LIFE 19
Some Wildcats Start School Year Earlier Than Others
Eager to get the 1976 school year rolling, the band and Sweet-
hearts returned to Woodrow in August a week early in order to be
assured sufficient practice for the football season. Sweethearts,
decked out in shorts and T-shirts, perfected high-kicks as the band
accompanied them, playing such tunes as "Saturday in the Park",
"Chico and the Man" and "Theme from Hawaii Five-O."
The sophomores and other new students were the next to appear
after summer vacation. They attended sophomore orientation on
August 15, in which they were introduced to Woodrow's faculty
and warmly welcomed by the cheerleaders and Student Council
officers. They met first in the auditorium for an opening program,
and were then sent to homerooms. School began officially for all
grades on August 18, at 8:30.
Eager to get involved in High School life, sophomores Annie Bates and 1975 76 Bond members plod through their marching routine in the summer sun as Mr Garmon
Joe Alvarado register in the attendance office on August 18. watches from under the nearest shade tree
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Karen Petersen, Miss Teenage America of l 975, shares her views on citizenship with
the student body.
Miss Teenage America Starts
Assembly Season With Thrill
Woodrow's assembly season started off big this year with the
appearance of Miss Teenage America of l975, Karen Petersen.
Karen was enthusiastically received by the student body as she
spoke of her experiences during the M.T.A. pageant and after
being chosen Miss Teenage America.
Following Karen's speech the audience was entertained by the
Navy Country Western Band. This group played tunes from popu-
lar country artists, and students applauded them heartily. Some
students even sang along to such songs as "Okie From Muskogee"
and "Red-neck Mother."
The Navy Band seems to feel at home playing country music before Woodrow's students and faculty.
STUDENT LIFE 21
Junior-Soph Girls Pep Squad
Gives Boost to Assemblies, Games
Excitement and explosive school spirit recurred at Woodrow each
game day during football season, as students and faculty members
gathered to cheer on the Wildcat team. Led by their cheerleaders,
Wildcat fans stuck loyally by their players to the season's end.
There was one new addition to pep assemblies this year, which
consisted of a pep squad made up of sophomore and iunior girls.
This group sat together and aided the cheerleaders in promoting
spirit and enthusiasm. Principal Wayne Pierce called them "The
Voice ofa Thousand."
Sophomores Lisa Johnson, Kelly Vermillion, Emily Sherrill and Diane Gilmour por-
tray the Wildcat players as superior to South Garland's in a pep assembly skit.
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Alan Bietendorf and Grant Wall melt the hearts of sophomore girls as they sing
"Hey Wildcats," wearing their go-go glasses.
Hamming it up in a pep assembly skit, Coach Kelly, Mr. Garmon and Mr. McCarty
"do their thing" in borrowed drill team uniforms.
Life in High School, Community Stimulated by Football Games
The mighty Wildcat cheerleaders are shown in a typical pose before the J. J. Pearce game.
Junior Leslie Rodgers is caught up in the excitement
ofa Wildcat football game.
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Wildcat fans and parents donned warm coats and hats and made a great turnout to support their team at practically every game.
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School, Community, City Thrilled at Lisa's Gift of
Sight, All Contribute to Fund
ln October of '75 Woodrow senior Lisa Clements, blind from birth, underwent maior sur-
gery in Houston in the form ofa cornea transplant. All of the Woodrow student body rallied
to give Lisa and her family financial aid and the support of friendship. The P.T.A., Key Club,
Spanish Club, football team and many other organizations worked to raise money for the
fund. Students also signed a long card which the coaches sent to Lisa in the hospital along
with a football, naming her Sweetheart of the football team.
All of Woodrow was thrilled when news came of the magnificent outcome of Lisa's opera-
f"We're sure that the rest of the school ioins the Crusader staff in congratulating Lisa on her
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Leonardo Torres purchases a raffle ticket from Key Club members Kevin Gallagher, Ken Sturges and Scott Storm in
support of Liso's fund.
Debbie Jones, Dolores Vasquez, Jackie Green, Cindy Swett and Annette Lopes, Lisa is warmly welcomed on her return from the hospital by:
along with Miss Stovall, organize a Christmas bag for Lisa. Kim Fincher, Neila Gozberk, Laura Sheehan and Willie
STUDENT LIFE 25
Nominees for '75 duchess were: Emily Sherril, Dawn Faccilonga, Lynn Ehrhardt, Junior princess nominees were: Alice Freeman, Sandy Hargrove, Kim Ingersoll,
Susan Brady, and Sara David.
Julie McCoy laughs at Steve Edwards' apparent diffi-
culty in pinning on her ribbon.
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Michelle Metzger, Liz Oliver, and Cindy Rodriguez.
"Color My World" was the theme of Woodrow's l7th annual Homecoming Dance, Octo-
ber 24, 1975, sponsored by the Student Council. The Council worked hard selecting a
theme and preparing appropriate decorations for the evening's activities, whick took place
in the school lunch room. Music was furnished by Roxanne.
According to tradition, seniors had nominated eight senior women for queen. Juniors
selected six nominees for princess, and sophomores six for duchess. These young ladies
were escorted to the stage at midnight and the winners were announced. The '75 Home-
coming Court consisted of Queen Shirley Fugitt, Princess Cindy Rodriquez and Duchess
Emily Sherril. These lucky girls then enjoyed a dance in their honor.
Senior women nominated for queen were: Karen Matney, Donna Smith, Julie McCoy, Carolyn Storm, Shirley Fug-
itt, Cindy Fort, Leslie Folsom and lnot picturedl Monica Benoit.
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Everyone is happy for Shirley Fugitt when she is named Homecoming Queen at midnight.
Jerry Williams, Carolyn Williams, Ronnie Lacy and date enioy Dr, Peppers at the '75
Homecoming Dance, as Jackie Green waits for her date to return from the refresh-
The Homecoming Court and their dates danced to "Color My World" in keeping
with the theme of the '75 dance.
The winners of homecoming elections were: Queen Shirley Fugitt lseaiedl, Princess
Cindy Rodriquez and Duchess Emily Sherril.
STUDENT LIFE 27
School Observes Veterans Day in Solemn Ceremonies
A solemn ceremony including the raising
of the flag by the R.O.T.C. and patriotic
music by the Wildcat Band was observed
on Veterans Day 1975. At 11:00 on
November 11, band director Randy Gar-
mon gave the student body a short history
of Veterans Day and an inspirational
speech over the public address system.
After that, students and faculty emptied
onto the front lawn to take part in the
Pledge of Allegiance and the singing of
the National Anthem as the flag was
raised. Veterans Day was observed in simi-
lar ceremonies by most of the schools in
the Dallas Independent School District.
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Lieutenant Colonel Harry Bubeck.
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heads for the memory of departed veterans.
Good Old Emotional Time Had at Sweetheart
Exultant after being named captains of the 1976-77 Sweethearts are Head Captain
l, Melanie Proctor and Captain Squad 2, Gwen Williams.
Janet Thomas, Captain Squad
Head Captain Beverly Brin and Head Manager Gaylin Willard are entertained
along with the rest of the Drill Team as Captains Ruth Ann Burton and Carolyn Storm
read their "Last Will and Testament."
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On the night of December 4, the l975-76
Sweethearts gathered at the Sheraton-Hil-
ton Hotel for their last activity as a Drill
Team. After dinner the girls heard the
reading of the "Last Will and Testament,"
saw skits performed by the iunior squad
members and the presentation of awards.
As always, the banquet was an emotional
affair climaxed by the announcement of
the 1976-77 Sweetheart Captains. They
were: Head Captain Janet Thomas, and
Captains Gwen Williams and Melanie
STUDENT LIFE 29
lt Looked a Lot Like Christmas
in Woodrow the Week Before
Christmas spirit was evident at Woodrow this year in everything
from caroling in the halls to Seasons Greetings cups in the cafete-
ria. Rooms were decorated, trees went up around the school and a
general spirit of the season prevailed, Before school was dismissed
for a two-week vacation, students and faculty witnessed the choir's
traditional Christmas program, directed by the new choral music
teacher, Mrs. Marcal Lee Bircher.
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prepared by the homemaking department.
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Decked out for wintry weather, the choir and Casey Wise lcenterl discover
presentation before the school assembly.
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Newspaper-staffers, Holly Harrington, Karen Matney, and .lack Schwen resort to
hanging candy canes on the room Christmas tree.
Jesus, in their Christmas
Dianna Milton and Georgia Daniels try their hand al' wreath-hanging onthe library In the tradition of giving, Patricia Peavy, Annette Silvas and Donna Fuggitt
bulletin board. exchange Christmas gifts.
The choir, "all smiles," carols through the halls spreading Christmas cheer before school dismisses for vacation.
From behind a fence at Love Field, the annual staff photographer captures the array of umbrellas which shelter
families of Cowboy players from the downpour, as they cheer the team off the plane.
Wildcats Among Eager Fans to
Welcome Defeated Cowboys Home
January of 1976 brought with it another trip of the celebrated Dal-
las Cowboys to the Superbowl, in Miami. On the afternoon of Jan-
uary l l, Cowboy fans remaining in Dallas glued themselves to
their television screens, nibbling fingernails and taking aspirin, only
to observe the ultimate victory of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The fans,
disappointed but unabated in their loyalty, rushed out to Love Field
the following day to turn a rainy, dreary homecoming into a warm
reception for the Cowboys. Woodrow students did their part in the
support of the Dallas team, as many of them united with other fans
in welcoming their favorite team home.
Members of the Woodrow annual staff: Ruth Ann Burton, Carol Conway and Julie
McCoy are wet but loyal fans, as they stand in the rain at Love Field to greet the
32 STUDENT LIFE
Student Body Applauds Air Force "Band ofthe West" in Assembly
The "Band of the West" accompanies their lead singers in "Love Will Keep Us Together," made popular by "Cap-
tain and Teneille."
"Elton" apparently enioys serenading the ladies in the audience during his appear-
ance with the "Band of the West."
One of the many assemblies presented at
Woodrow this year featured the Air Force
"Band of the West" from San Antonio.
They entertained the school with band ver-
sions of popular songs from such artists as
Linda Ronstadt and Elton John. Highlight
of their performance was a surprise
appearance of their own "Elton John."
"Elton," decked out in ostrich feathers,
sequins and goggles, paraded through the
audience flirting with female teachers and
students, and causing uproarious laughter
from the on-lookers. The performance of
the band was highly applauded and
enioyed by students and teachers alike.
One of the more popular tunes of the "Air Force Band" assembly was "Will It Go
Round in Circles," sung here by a lead singer ofthe band.
STUDENT LIFE 33
Cheerleader Aspirants Taste Joy, Dashed Hopes
After many long, hard hours of practice and polishing, 17 very nervous cheerleader finalists
were presented to the student body for viewing before elections. At lunchtime on February
12, the juniors and sophomores voted for eight cheerleaders for the 1976-77 year. The
results were announced to the finalists in Mr. Pierce's office that afternoon, and to the
school immediately afterward. The cheerleaders elected for 1976-77 were: Cindy Rodri-
guez, Yolanda Green, Brenda Parker, Michelle Metzger, Martin Lopez, Willie Morgan, Jack
McDonald, and Mike Becerra.
Cindy Rodriguez presents "The Wildcats Will VWn"
before the school, demonstrating her spirit and enthu-
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in the preliminary iudging.
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after the announcement of the 1976-77 Cheerlead-
ers on February 12, 1976.
cheerleaders and candidates observe.
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As part of their preparations for try-outs before the judges, cheerleader candidates must present their cheers, as
Hearts, Flowers Rule St. Valentine's Day as Organizations' Funds Grow
The Student Council aided in the celebration of St. Valentine's Day
once again, by selling Valentine telegrams. These were delivered
to second period classes on Friday, February 13. The traditional
telegrams brought in about S130 for Student Council use, and they
X promoted the exchange of Valentine greetings among students.
Another contribution to the recognition of Valentine's Day was
made by the Junior Girls, who sold carnations in the lunchroom.
Junior Girls personally delivered the flowers to people in second
period classes. lt was said that they were an attractive addition to
the atmosphere of the school on Valentine's Day, 1976.
Juniors Christy Willingham and Brenda Graham have their hands full delivering Juniors Becky Louton, and Jenny Fugate display their Valentine carnations, and
Valentine carnations on Feburary 13. smile prettily for the Crusader photographer.
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Melba Owens smiles as she receives flowers from her sweetheart, delivered by Michelle Peavy.
STUDENT LIFE 35
For one lost glance, Tollie Miley checks over his draw- Michael McQuinney introduces the next speaker to the student body during the Black History Assembly.
ing of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Public Address Announcements,
Assembly Mark Black History Week
The week of February 7-14 was American Black History Week and
was widely publicized at Woodrow by numerous posters and pres-
entations. Each morning black students presented speeches and
information on black history over the public address system, Pos-
ters recognizing black leaders in history filled the halls. At the con-
clusion ofthe week, an assembly was given, which featured a slide
presentation as well as a speech made by Mark Washington, cor-
nerback of the Dallas Cowboys.
Mr. Pierce looks over Michael McQuinney's shoulder while Mike announces Black
History Week over the public address system.
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Movie Star, Ex-Wildcat, Visits Alma Mater, Thrills Women
Woodrow's honored guest, Burt Gilham, is surrounded by Woodrow women: Nancy
Hardwick, Carolyn Storm, Karen Criswell, and Annette Lopes.
Woodrow was honored this year with the visit of one of her former
students who had "made good." The honored guest was actor Burt
Gilham, a graduate of the Class of '58, who is currently starring
alongside Burt Reynolds in the motion picture "Gator." He had
ports in many other movies, including a bit part in "Paper Moon."
Mr. Gilham took time out of his busy schedule to talk with Wood-
row students, and to display an engraved belt buckle, given to him
by Burt Reynolds while filming "Gator," The actor was, indeed, a
"hit" with female students, and everyone seemed proud to have a
movie star visit Woodrow.
Burt Gilham tells of his life as a movie star as Woodrow females listen aftentively.
STUDENT LIFE 37
Forty One of 52 Aspirants Selected
for New Sweethearts Drill Team
On the afternoon of February 'l8, the atmosphere of the girls' gym
was filled with tension and excitement, and 52 anxious girls tried
out to become members of the Woodrow Wilson Sweethearts. The
candidates learned the tryout routine at the beginning of the week
and spent every spare minute thereafter practicing and perfecting
for the iudging. That night, the 76-77 Drill Team Captains and Sen-
ior members kidnapped 4l lucky girls and initiated them as sweet-
hearts. The first initiation ceremony took place at the home of head
captain Janet Thomas.
While trying out before the iudges Gayla Young and Sylvia Varela prepare to do a
"swish kick" in time with the music.
Drillteam hopefuls Teresa Musgrove, Martha Bogie and Carol Russell nervously execute the tryout routine.
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Lunchtime Wildcat Happy Time,
Cagers Sweeten Fans With Pickles
One part of the day that everyone spends in common is lunch
period. Classes and work forgotten for a short while, administra-
tors, teachers, and students make their way to lunch. A new dimen-
sion to lunch evolved when the basketball team started a "pickle
monopoly." Everyone bought and enioyed the pickles, and the
team earned some much-needed money. Like all good things
though, lunch came too soon to an end, and everyone returned to
the routine of the day.
No sweets allowed! Linda Loworn and Tom Heckman help out the varsity basketball Arbogast, James Cannon, and Alton Lister.
team by purchasing tasty dill pickles in the lunchroom. Vendors include Russell
STUDENT LIFE 39
Musical "Oliver," Based on Dickens Novel, Chosen for Presentation
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According to new choir director, Mrs. Marca Lee Bircher, the
Woodrow Wilson concert choir, and stage craft classes labored
long and hard in preparing for the presentation of the musical "Oli-
ver," in March. Under Ms. Bircher's direction, the stage crew, work-
ing during class periods and on Saturdays, turned out scenery and
props rapidly. Lines were memorized and music was carefully
rehearsed day and night for weeks in order to assure Q good per- Kenyon Hiser and Tom Heckman stand back to ponder their handiwork on the set
Mrs. Bircher checks out scenery material along with Tom Heckman and Carolyn Storm.
40 STUDENT LIFE
Beverly Brin adds final touches to stage props for the
Joe Sholden as Fagin pleads with Nancy, played by Pam Duke, who isn't interested at the moment.
Stage Preparation, Rehearsal for "Oliver" Require Weeks of Toil
Patty Rusk, Carolyn Storm, Danny Best, Tami Wilson and Patrice Moseley listen
attentively while Pam Duke shares her thoughts during dress rehearsal.
Deanna Hicks makes a purchase fr
examines a book that interests her.
om bookseller Patrice Moseley while Tami Wilson
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Late February Finds Cast of "Oliver" Hard af Work af Rehearsals
Oliver, played by Deana Hicks is scolded by Joe Sholden, as Fagin.
seller, porlrayed by Jennifer Lovelace, sells Mr. Brownlow lMark Carrl a rose,
Oliver picks his pocket.
42 STUDENT LIFE
len as Mrs. Sowerberry lakes a rest in an odd place.
Glenn Farmer rehearses his lines after school with Nancy Taylor.
minister in the one-act play, Glenn Farmer
making his point with religious fervor.
Drama Department Presents
"The Mask" in One-Act Competition
On April l, l976, the Woodrow Wilson drama department, under
the direction of Mrs. Marilyn McBride, participated in the University
lnterscholastic League competition. The cast members, Mark Carr,
Nancy Taylor, Glenn Farmer, and Gayla Young presented "The
Mask" by Dorothy Russell Murphree for evaluation at W. T. White
High School. The play concerns two young couples who are striving
to evaluate themselves and their beliefs.
Mrs. McBride gives vital stage directions to Nancy Taylor, Cynthia Drane, assistant director, and Lenis Haley, stage
STUDENT LIFE 43
Woodrow Wilson Pupils, Faculty Take Part in American Bicentennial
The American Bicentennial was celebrated at Woodrow and
throughout the Dallas Community in a number of ways. These
included art exhibits, music and drama presentations, and planting
trees on the school lawn. Woodrow's clubs and organizations
helped to contribute to the Bicentennial activities in different ways.
The Science ClUb planted CI free, The choir QOVE G special Blcerllen- Science Club Vice-President Phil Rolland receives help from Ruth Ann Burton onthe
mol program selection ofa tree to be dedicated in honor of the Bicentennial,
Participating in the program Goals for Dallas, Mr. Carolyn Storm discuss ideas for improving "Big D."
Randy Ratliff, Mr. Sam Holmes, and Woodrow senior
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Needleworkers Pat Perez, Ernadine Miller, Vickie Clay, and Carmen Gonzalez work diligently on a Benington Rev-
olutionary Flag, to be presented to the school.
Mrs. W. L. Burton pins the Daughter of the American
Revolution insignia on her daughter, Ruth Ann.
Mr. Phillip Cook's Art class prepared several posters on
Miller and Donna Walton.
the Bicentennial Theme, which are being admired by Tyron
STUDENT LIFE 45
Key Club members Ken Sturges and Scoh Storm uid in raising money in
prder to help Lisa Ciements with hospircl bills.
Cheerleaders Attend Workshop,
Put Theory lnto Practice
ln November of 1974 Woodrow student body selected eight new
cheerleaders. They were: Jackie Green, Nancy Hardwick, Julie
McCoy, Donna Smith, Alan Bietendorf, Steve Edwards, Terry Par-
ker, and Grant Wall. Their new responsibility was to promote spirit
and enthusiasm among the students and to back their school
teams. After taking a cheerleading course at S.M.U: they returned
to Woodrow prepared to lead their school in cheering at pep
assemblies and games, Weekly they practiced and decorated the
auditorium for upcoming games.
"Hey Wildcats" was a popular song, led here by Alan Bietendorf and Grant Wall.
WILDCAT CHEERLEADERS FOR 1975-76: Julie McCoy, Steve Edwards, Nancy Hardwick, Alan Bietendorf, Donna Smith, Grant Wall, Jackie Green, and Terry Parker.
Sweethearts Important as
Morale Builders for Team
This school year the Sweethearts were led by three captains,
instead of five, as formerly. The Sweethearts also started what was
hoped to be a new tradition by the drill team members in choosing
an outstanding "Sweetheart of the Week" for five weeks only.
Chosen this year were Shirley Fugitt, Nini Kadane, Carol Conway,
Debbie Hirsch, and Cindy Sutton.
The Sweethearts prepared several different surprises for the foot-
ball team members each week to boost their spirit. They made, at
different times, sack lunches, brownies, candy, and ordered a cake
for the team.
New captains, for i976-77, were announced at the drill team ban-
quet, which was held in December at the Sheraton Inn. Ms. Gay
Addington, sponsor, announced the Sweetheart of the year, which
honor went to Shirley Fugitt,
Even though the year ended this spring for all the girls, they spoke
with emotion of the fond, everlasting friendships and memories that
were theirs for having been on the Woodrow Wilson Drill Team.
Carolyn Storm lrightl and Carol Conway wait for the football players to come and
get their sack lunches prepared by the Sweethearts.
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WOODROW WILSON SWEETHEARTS, 1975-76: FRONT ROW: Carolyn Storm,
captain Squad Il, Beverly Brin, head captain and Ruth Ann Burton, captain Squad I.
SECOND ROW: Carol Conway, Brenda Parker, Michelle Peavy, Shirley Fugitt,
Paula Belcher, Gwen Williams, Nini Kadane, Janet Thomas, and Monica Benoit.
THIRD ROW: Ms. Gay Addington, sponsor, Cindy Sutton, Liz Oliver, June Russell,
Camille Gilbert, Sandy Hargrove, Francie Hosltun, Kim Ingersoll, Andrea Harris,
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Melanie Proctor, and Josie Gonzalez, manager. FOURTH ROW: Dorothy Moseley,
manager, Denise Jones, Judy Jones, Michelle Metzger, Evelyn Camp, Karen Peters,
Nancy Taylor, Debbie Hirsch, Susan Shanks, Jody Oliver, Kim Hoffman, Gaylin Wil-
lard, head manager. FIFTH ROW: Tammy Wickersham, Camillia Bell, Kathy
Breitzke, Cindy Hooker, Susan Carroll, Karen Criswell, Sandra Brecheen, Eileen
Hartman, Patty Rusk, Wickie Stark, and Debbie Lundbert, manager.
Ruth Ann Burton, Squad I captain, looks happy after the team's win over Bryan
The Drill Team members and the band perform for the first time during half-time for
the Red and Grey game, in May, 1975.
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The Marching Band stands at the sidelines waiting for
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Band Members are: FRONT ROW: Karen Harper, Cynthia Drane, Betsy Alle.:
an, Mark Howell, Vickie Bogus, and Marilyn Horne. SECOND ROW: Jana Rains
ncher, Jay Jones, Tammy Wolfe, Richard Vincent, Ronny Crawford, Mike Becerra
. THIRD ROW: Alice Freeman, Rosie Campos, Michelle McDowell, Linda Hum
ner, Jimmy Echols, Ricky Austin, Randy Bradley, Pat Mcdowell, Phill Leonard, Ranl
The Wildcat Stage Bond Members are: FRONT ROW: Steve Mann, Nancy neth Jackson, Brian Piper, Laurin Curtis, and Paul Herb. BACK ROW: Deana
Collins, David Fincher, Richard Vincent, Bonnie Crawford, Jay Jones, Tommy l'liClfS, Robert Flores, TONY Wlllfellefldf RC'ndY Bf0dleYi JlmmY Echols, MUN
Wolf, Angela Washington, Carl Ellis. SECOND ROW: Kenyon Hiser, Ken- Herbner, Pat Mcdowell, and Ron Streng. NOT PICTURED: Kellwin Green.
ald Streng, Brian Piper, Laurin Curtis, Paul Herb, Kenneth Jackson, Kenyon Hiser,
Frank Maceda, and David Jakabowski. BACK ROW: Tony Whitehead, Deana Hicks,
Janet Miles, Robert Flores, Wayne Pemberton, and Doris lmhotf. NOT PICTURED:
Kim Rearden, Cheryl Cooley, Rodney Cavaness, Lewis Harve, Vera Perez, Angela
Washington, Mark Carr, Robert Hilton, and Carl Ellis.
Happy Birthday to America
Expressed by Wildcat Band
High point of the Woodrow Wilson Wildcat Band's activities this
year came October 30, l975 when it presented a musical tribute to
America on her 200th birthday. The performance was during half-
time intermission at the Samuell football game at Forester Stadium.
The band was assisted by the R.O.T.C. and the Sweethearts drill
Perhaps the most exciting event for the band members was their
participation in the Fiesta Flambeau parade in San Antonio in
April. To raise money forthe trip the band members sold Christmas
candles and had numerous bake sales.
Other programs and activities of the band included several music
contests, the University of Texas at Arlington Band Festival, Eagles
Parade, and State Fair Parade. They have given Concerts for the
Fowler Home, the PTA, and the Cluster Concerts, Band director was
Mr. Randy Garmon.
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ior member Cynthia Drane. States.
Wildcat Band Chooses Sweethearts, if?
Drum Maiors, Maiorettes Praised
All members of the Woodrow Wilson Band chose Cynthia Drone as
Band Sweetheart for the 1975-76 school year. Cynthia was chosen
for her vitality and personality, according to Carl Ellis, band presi-
dent. Band director Randy Garmon praised drum maior Kenyon
Hiser and assistant Robert Flores, saying they sparked enthusiasm
and a desire for excellence in the band. Working to improve the
band formation and performance was the main point of focus for
Kenyon and Robert, they said. Band maiorettes were chosen by
auditioning before several professional iudges. The three girls cho-
sen were Alice Freeman, Kirby Shaw, and Jana Rains, who have P t
won many awards and honors in twirling contests throughout the
state. They are members of the National Baton Twirlers of America.
The Band Leaders were drum maior Kenyon Hiser and his assistant Robert Flores.
Committee Chairman Steve Edwards lco-chairman of Operationsl, Ruth Ann Burton chairman of Sociall, and Alan Bietendorf lco-chairman of Operationsl get together
lcoechairmon of Sociall, Josie Gonzalez lchairman of Electionsj, Carolyn Storm lco- and talk over the new proiects for the Student Council to undertake.
In the principal's office, it seems that President Bruce Phillips is spoofing his fellow officers Ken Sturges, vice-presi-
dent and Karen Matney, secretary about the seriousness of appearing before Mr. Pierce.
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The Student Council Members are: FRONT ROW:
Tony Reyes, Carolyn Storm, Alan Bietendorf, Julie
McCoy, Mark Moore, Joe Sholden, Josie Gonzalez,
and Bruce Phillips. SECOND ROW: Sergio De La
Garza, Juan Castillo, Carolyn Love, Karen Matney,
Human Relations Committee Members are: FRONT ROW: Rebecca Rodriguez,
Maria Maldonado, Jerry Williams, and Sandy Hargrove. SECOND ROW: Juan Gar-
cia, Bruce Phillips, Alan Bietendorf, and Phil Costello. NOT PICTURED: Steve
Edwards, Sondra Griffin, Denise Jones, Wallace Johnson, and Robert Flores.
Communication Chosen as Theme
for Student Council 1975-76
Sponsoring of the 1975-76 Homecoming with the theme of "Color
My World," launched the Student Council on a busy year. The
dance held on Oct. 24, in the lunchroom climaxed the celebration
of victory that night over the Spruce football team.
The Student Council tried in every way to promote communication
with student and faculty, student and community and with student
and student. The group sponsored several assemblies during the
year, which were enioyed by all the students.
Besides the homecoming activities the student council sponsored a
valentine telegram sale as well as all the elections that involved stu-
dents including Favorites.
This year, instead of dividing the council into three different com-
mittees lSocial, Elections, and Operationsl, President Bruce Phillips
decided to choose only chairmen and let everyone on the council
work together on all proiects for the school.
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Thomas, Alice Freeman, Alan Luecke, and Susan Carroll. BACK ROW: Maria
Cynthia Rodriguez, Dawn Faccilonga, Lynn Ehraardt, Susan Laurea,
Jorge Dominguez, Susan Brady, Joel Bozarth, Robert Wilcox, and
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Uf9e5f R091 Ann Burton, SCmf5lY HGYQYQVEI and Mcggle Puenle- Tl'llRD ROW: Ken Sturges explains to Mark Moore the voting procedure, while Josie Gonzalez
Rollundf -EVelY" Comp' M'l'e McQU'n"'e7' Bruce Wheelessf Gfsg Turner' lElections chairmanl looks on to see if Mark is following directions.
Key Club members are: FIRST ROW: Steve Edwards, Kyle Rains, Larry McCallum,
Ken Sturges, Paul Thompson, Terry Parker, Phil Rolland, and Brent Snyder. SEC
Key Club Elated Over Success
of Fund Drive for Lisa Clements
The Key Club stands for service - service to the school and service
to individuals who need help. This year the Woodrow Wilson Chap-
ter achieved one of its greatest triumphs of service when the mem-
bers entered into a project to raise money for Lisa Clements, a
blind student at Woodrow, who had an eye operation to restore
her vision in one eye. The total amount raised by the club for Lisa
was 5600. The Mystery Wildcat contest was another of the club's
projects during the football season, in which a different person
each week in the school was secretly designated as the "Mystery
Wildcat." Anyone who learned who it was by asking others, "Are
you the Mr. Wildcat," received two free tickets to the game. Mem-
bers also sold refreshments at the B-team games that were played
on the campus.
Under the leadership of sponsors Gary Collett and Alton Hill, the
Key Club met weekly in room 2l6. The East Dallas Kiwanis Club
sponsors the Woodrow Wilson Key Club.
OND ROW: Chuck Farmer, Robbie Holt, Scott Storm, Steve David, Bill Fosmire, andl
Key Club officers are: Ken Sturges, Robbie Holt, Scott Storm, Steve Davis, Terry Par-
ker, Bruce Wheeless, and Kevin Gallagher.
Key Club iunior and sophomore members are: FIRST ROW: Jimmy Echols, Gregg
Turner, and Tom Heckmon. SECOND ROW: Bruce Wheeless, Robert Wilcox, Kevin
Gallagher, Joe Shearin, and David Yates.
Is it Ruth Ann Burton or the creature from the Black Lagoon at the science club
Paul Thompson, Ricky Rodriguez, Steve Edwards, Sergio de la Garza, Terry Parker
and Ruth Ann Burton are waiting expectantly for high water to come at the Science
Club's party at Cedar Creek Lake.
Embryo Scientists Have Fun,
Work on Serious Proiects
At meetings of the Science Club the members would fry to get pro-
iects set up and field trips organized. The members were able to go
to symposiums like the one given at the Baylor Physical Therapy
Club members enjoyed their fall party at Cedar Creek Lake, and
during the winter they had a Christmas party at different members'
The money raising proiects by the club enabled them to pay for all
of their activities. The proiects included bake sales and scrap-paper
The Science Club was open to every student in Woodrow Wilson
who was interested in science-related fields. The members met on
called meeting after 6th period in room 304. Mrs. Nova Evans was
FIRST ROW: Terry Parker, Phil Rolland, Mary Ann Dye, Taffy Erhardt, Gayle Parrish, Breechen, Willie Morgan, Jorge Dominguez, Kenyon Hiser, and Kurt Messerschmitt.
Cindy Rodriguez, Dorothy Moseley, Ruth Ann Burton, Wickie Stark, Teresa Mus- THIRD ROW: Ricky Rodriguez, Mark Moore, Sergio de la Garza, Tony Mihal, Bill
grove, und Lisa Gfumbine, SECOND ROW: Pqfrice Moseley, Dgwn Fqccilonggl Fosmire, Joe Sholden, Michael Dixon, Paul Thompson, Steve Edwards, and Kyle
Nancy Amlin, Annette Silvas, Lynn Erhardt, Roxanne Snyder, Susan Laurea, Sandro Ruins.
Fun, Skill, Healthful Exercise
Object of Woodrow's Largest Club
The largest club in Woodrow Wilson boasted I05 members! The
Ice Skating Club met every Thursday evening at Fair Park Ice Arena
from 8:00 to I0:OO p.m. Membership cards were fifty cents. This
money helped pay the club's expenses. Club Sponsor, Mrs. Martha
Timm, said, "The club's purpose was to have FUN and enjoy a
healthy form of exercise."
Judy Jones, right, and her sidekick Brenda Parker take a breather before another
trip around the rink.
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With a look of grim determination, Mike McQuisten prepares himself for a whirl
around the ice.
Karen Criswell shows off her fancy footwork for the Crusader camera.
The DECA club, or the
DECA Club member Rogene Hyman rests awhile from his iob at Safeway Supermar-
DECA Club Members On the Go
Attending Meetings, Conferences
Distributive Educational Clubs of America
was open to all D.E. students interested in retailing and merchan-
dising business. The DECA members tried to promote citizenship in
the free enterprise system.
Members of the club attended several area meetings and area con-
ferences at Lake Texoma, and Houston. Also, they went on a field
trip to the Apparel Mart.
kello pose lonhe camera' Mr. Joe Barnett assumed the club sponsorship on the death of Mrs.
The DECA members are: SEATED: Toby Shook, Ricky Qualls, Ann Scott, Mary Cone, Leigh Ann Guy, Debra Wall,
Rogene Hyman, David Crouch, and Jenny Barber. STANDING: Shannon Bailey, Jim Lowe, Randy Nichols, Jeff
Irvin, James Todora, Tracy Monzingo, David Hernandez, Robert Ficklen, Reba Gunter, Annette Halford, John Guy,
Shirley Martinez, Kim Glenn, Debra Jones, Glenda Pinson, Yvonne Staggers, and Michael Brown.
The DECA club officers for 1975-76 were Mary
Cone, vice president and Shirley Martinez, secretary.
Not pictured were: Jenny Barber, president and
Rogene Hyman reporter.
Pup Tops Sales-Boosting Prizes
Given by Newspaper Staff
The newspaper staff, with the help of Miss Janis Harbus, sponsor,
published the WILDCAT, the school newspaper, every month in the
iournalism class land during many extra sessionsll. Each newspa-
per was given a different number, and three lucky numbers were
called over the loudspeaker. The lucky persons won either "wads"
of gum, a box of candy, valuable tickets, cash or even a puppy.
Although working overtime for the deadlines, reporting school
events, and selling ads were not easy iobs, Miss Harbus said that
the Wildcat staffers performed their best and came out with an
Cutting out "paper dolls" is an important part of making a newspaper layout. Here, W
Holly Harrington and Johnny Sampson are serious in their efforts.
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the newspaper. a page.
and Greg Harbison. BACK ROW: Mark Duncan and Martin Lopez.
Miss Janis Harbus helps Heidi Cochrane with Heidi's layout and editorial before the newspaper goes to press.
1975-76 Newspaper Staff Members are: FRONT ROW: Cliff Mann, Stacy MacVey, Holly Harrington, and Karen Matney. SECOND ROW: Robin Weatherly, Jack Schwen,
Pam Duke. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Love, Ricky Crouch, Karen Harper, Wickie Stark, Glenda Waddle, Heidi Cochrane, Nancy Lankford, Kenny Roy, Miss Janis Harbus,
VICA Club Members Attend
Mr. John Mitchell, teacher of Woodrow's Industrial Cooperative
Training classes supervised the VICA activities. They included the
election of club officers, planning the club football game and the
employer-employee banquet. Their fund-raising proiect was selling
greeting cards and candy. The purpose ofthe VICA clubs is to pro-
mote leadership and vocational skills. The Woodrow Wilson Chap-
ter is a member of the state and national organizations.
Richard Colbert works on a car at the garage where the VICA Club has placed him.
The first period VICA members are: FRONT ROW: Legrand Kirby, and Donald
Black. SECOND ROW: David Brewer, Michael Nabors, and Calvin Chaffin. THIRD
ROW: Will Carson, Brandon Varquer, David Towns, and Mike Bufanno.
FRONT ROW: Secretary, Robert Flores, Vice President, Alan Mach, Sergeant,
Nolan Thomas, President, Richard Colbert. SECOND ROW: Parliamentarian, John
Erickson, Reporter, Michael Graham, Treasurer, Michael Bifano.
The third period VICA members are: SEATED: Mike Graham, Richard Colbert. SEC!
OND ROW: Nolan Thomas, Alan Mach, Roy Robertson, Mike LaBarba, THIRD
ROW: Robert Flores, John Erickson, Jack Fugitt, Johnathan Mack, David Massey. I
John Erickson works at his iob at the Plastic Factory.
The 1975-76 FCA members are: FRONT ROW: Greg Turner, Kenny Huff, and
Johnny Sampson. SECOND ROW: Bruce Phillips, Glenn Wheeless, Russell Arbo-
Russell Arbogast, Tim Harsberger, and Chuck Farmer enioy themselves after their
gast, Tim Harsberger, and Joe Shearin. BACK ROW: Chuck Farmer, Laurin Curtis,
and David Yates.
Study, Fellowship, Fun Mark
Meetings of Christian Athletes
The FCA or Fellowship of Christian Athletes set the goal this year of
promoting the Christian faith among other athletes and students in
Meetings were held every Tuesday night at different members'
homes. Announcements, messages, discussions, application of
study were among the activities done during meetings. The club is a
member of the National Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Coach
Alton Hill was sponsor.
1975-76 Little Theater members are: FRONT ROW: Mrs. Marilyn McBride, sponsor, Josie Gonzalez, Karen Harper, Teresa Musgrove, Lenis Haley, Gaylin Willard, Vlhckie Stark,
Dorothy Moseley, Karla Healey, Linda Lange, Connie Hough, and Renee Workman. SECOND ROW: Casey Wyse, Deana Hicks, Kyle Rains, Joe Sholdon, Cliff Mann, Mark
Carr, Nancy Cain, Martha Meers, Kathy Hall, Cindy Hoefnagel, and Cynthia Drone.
Little Theater Revived, Plunges
Into Round of Activities
The Little Theater Club came back to Woodrow this year after a
suspension of one year. The members were students interested in
the theatre and drama.
The club's activities included attending plays, going to LLOVE
Entertainment Center at Love Field for a Christmas party, and hav-
ing social gatherings, at different members' houses.
The Little Theatre members met every third or fourth Wednesday of
each month during 7th period in room 2'll. Sponsor of the club
was Mrs. Marilyn McBride.
Little Theater officers were: Deana Hicks, vice president and Joe Sholden president.
Not pictured was Kaye Yarborough, secretary-treasurer.
The Little Theater group makes several excursions and trips. Mrs.
McBride and Rosemary Velosquez discuss plans for one of these activi-
The Red Cross Officers are Nancy Murphree president, lseatedl, Cindy Swett, vice-
president, and Dawn Faccilonga, secretary.
Red Cross Enrollment Tops 5147,
Members Cheer Less Fortunate
The Red Cross members started off the year with service and busi-
ness on their minds. "Enrollment" in this service organization was
counted in dollars and cents, and on enrollment day 5147.30 was
collected from various classrooms. The second period ROTC class
of Sgts. Don Bacon and Alphine Freeman won the first place honor
for contributing the most money. Second place went to Mrs. Wilhel-
mina Blevins' room. Their other activities included making Thanks-
giving placemats for the Veterans' Hospital, Christmas stockings
for Terrell State Hospital, and Easter baskets for the Fowler Chil-
dren's Home. Miss Sarah Stovall has sponsored the club for the
past I9 years.
Winner in the Red Cross competition between second period classrooms was the R.O.T.C. class of Sergeants Bacon and
Freeman. FIRST ROW: Clara Chapa, Joe Cawthon, Geraldine Barbrick, and Jack Edwards. SECOND ROW: Thomas Heck-
man, Robert Bonnett, Paul Parks, and Edward Hilton. THIRD ROW: Timothy Kirkbride, Albert Touwtt, William Rogers, Jav-
ier Vasquez. FOURTH ROW: Robert Hilton, David Coursey, Elisha Martin, and Albert Johnson. FIFTH ROW: Ethel Day,
Kathy Maclean, Harry Bubeck, and Danny Best, SIXTH ROW: Mark Shaw, Dwight Copling, Ronny Lacy, and Ernestine
New Honor Society Members to Be
Chosen After CRUSADER Deadline
Juniors and Seniors with a 3.00181 average for the years in Wood-
row Wilson are automatic candidates for the National Honor Soci-
ety. Besides scholarship, membership is based on leadership, char-
acter, and service. This election of members was a responsibility of
the faculty members, who voted on those who qualified scholasti-
The induction of new members took place the third quarter because
of the limitations presented by the quarter system. For this reason
the new inductees are not included in the 1976 Crusader. Three
percent of the total membership were iuniors, and 1270 were sen-
This year the Honor Society officers made many announcements
over the loudspeaker to inform students how they are able to be
eligible for the Honor Society.
The fall party, one of two held each year, was a dinner at the home
of the sponsor Mrs. Timm. The spring party was a supper and swim-
ming party for the new members.
Honor Society Officers are: Mike Dixon, president, Joe Sholden, Vice-President, and
Ruth Ann Burton, Secretary.
Honor Society second year members are, FRONT ROW: Mrs. Martha Timm, spon-
sor, Beverly Brin, Jeanine Kadane, Linda Lange, Julie McCoy, Marilyn Golden, and
Ruth Ann Burton. SECOND ROW: Bronwyn Rees, Joe Jones, Kenyon Hiser, Joe
Sholden, Bill Fosmire, Mike Dixon, Carter Campbell, Steve Edwards, and Carolyn'
Mr. Pierce holds the microphone for Joe Sholden as he makes an announcement
conceming the Honor Society,
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Annette Lopes, Cindy Swett, and Jackie Green worked on the wreaths for the children at the Fowler Home.
Cheer, Help Others
The Woodrow Wilson Chapter of FHA, or
Future Homemakers of America, began
the year with many proiects in mind. They
sold candles to students to earn money for
the club's expenses, and they made Christ-
mas wreaths for the children at the Fowler
The FHA meetings were held during home-
making class time in room 215. The mem-
bers planned their activities, one of which
was to attend the Area Meeting in Denton
during March and a State meeting in Fort
Worth later in the spring.
One recognition that came to the club this
year was a certificate for helping with the
Muscular Dystrophy Drive.
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Swett, Camellia Bell, and Richard Franco. SECOND ROW: Alan Bietendorf, Mike Dixon, Barry Jordan, Larry McCollum, Mark Dorlacher, O. B. Mathis, Ronny Young, and Eileen
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to Make Appearance on Senior Day
The noforigbigfinidr PUB once again ioined forces with sponsor Mr.
J. W."Br5Wn toprobe into the intimate lives of the '76 Seniors. This
infamous groupnstalked the halls, trash cans and all other places
where Seniors gossip to obtain humorous and embarrassing
information, Meeting on Tuesdays and Thursdays, the PUB staff The PUB group leaders Melissa Donnelly, Dorothy Moseley, Kyle Rains, and Joe
compiled their stories for the Ultimate goal: publication! The PUB Sholden, editor, seem to have fun pulling Mr. J. W. Brown into the 20th century.
was delivered on Senior Day.
The 1975-76 PUB Staffers ore: FRONT ROW: Carmen Esquivel, Joe Sholden, and Kyle Rains. SECOND ROW: Kenyon Hiser, Karen Motney, Melissa Donnelly, Eileen Hartman,
and Tony Reyes. THIRD ROW: Goylin Willard, Tony Whitehead, Victoria Nelson, Leslie Folsom, Kathy Hall, and Dorothy Moseley.
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French Club Learns of French Culture Not Studied in Class
Since there was only one French Class this year some ofthe meet-
ings were held in class period and others were held during seventh
period. The programs featured presentations of reports on French
life and customs, folk songs, films on France and a special program
Realizing that one handful won't be enough, President Alice Freeman reaches for
at Christmastime. Refreshments were served at each after school
meeting. Members sold confections and other items to pay for the
club page in the Crusader. Mr. Paul Allen was club sponsor.
Members of the French Club sing Christmas carols during one of their meetings,
Members ofthe French Club are: BACK ROW: Susan Smith, Juan Castillo, Don Hanes, Emily Sherrill, Sondra Kuyk-
endall, Kirby Shaw, Kim Fincher, and Karen Harper. FRONT ROW: Nancy Amlin, Linda Sale, Sandra Breechen,
Sergio de la Garza, Bruce Phillips, Sarah David, and Carol Norman.
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Executive Committee members are: FRONT ROW: Mrs. Russel Herb, Mrs, Lee Lankford, Mrs. T. N. Musgrave, Mrs. R. C. Russell, Mrs. J. Sholden, Mrs. Gene McCoy, and
L. E. Metzger. SECOND ROW: Mrs. George Jones, Mrs. B. R. Whalen, Mrs. Richard Franco, Mrs. Paul Willingham, Mrs. W. B. Snyder, Mrs. James Hardwick, Mrs. Edmond
Yates, and Mrs. Rachel Hoefnagel. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Willard Rusk, Mrs. Charles Akin, Mrs. Fred Secker, Mrs. Dale Ireland, Mrs. Kay Oliver, Mrs. Ken Varker, Mrs. Gene
ammond, Mrs. Percy Luecke, Mrs. John Holt, Mrs. Alex Cochrane, Mrs. Ward Dixon, and Mrs. Margaret Walker. BACK ROW: Mrs. J. G. Farmer, Mrs. Frank Fugitt, Mrs, Ken
ordon, Mrs. Barney Sherril, Mrs. Wayne Gallagher, Mr. Wayne Pierce, and Mr. Domingo Regalado.
Arts, Crafts Fair - Garage Sale
Underwrites All P.T.A. Expenses
The entire budget for the Woodrow Wilson PTA was met by one
ig Arts, Crafts, and Garage Sale. This included the making of a
lue and white Texas-Star pattern quilt, which was also the bicen-
ennial proiect. The quilt was given as a door prize.
esides fund-raising for yearbooks and other expenses involved in
elonging to state and national organizations, the Woodrow Wil-
on PTA also will sponsor and pay for the Senior Brunch, to be held
uring Senior Week. The local chapter gave two or three annual
N 250 scholarships to college-bound Seniors this past year. They
lso helped raise funds and donated S161 to the Lisa Clements Eye
Meetings of the PTA were held every third Monday at school at l0
.m. and sometimes at 7:30 p.m. "Membership is always open to
ll parents and faculty of Woodrow Wilson for 52.25 per person."
aid Mrs. James Hardwick, president.
During the November visit the PTA City Council observed several senior classes.
Choir Bends Energies Toward Producing Two Outstanding Musicals
Enthusiastic to get under way, the Concert Choir, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Marca Bircher, began the year by selling Christmas
candles to support the school musical.
The holiday season was highlighted by the choir's performing "A
Christmas Happening" to both the school and the PTA. The day
before the release of students tor Christmas vacation, the choir car-
oled the halls, for the enjoyment of all.
On the return from the vacation, the choir began making prepara-
tions for Oliver!, which was presented on March I I and I2. In rec-
ognition of America's Bicentennial celebration, the choir presented
a patriotic program for the school in the late spring which con-
cluded the year's activities.
Student director, Beverly Brin, confers about alterations in the program with Mrs. l
Members of the Concert Choir are: FRONT ROW: Alan Reno, Gwen Williams, Chrie
Bynam, Liz Oliver, Susgwn Laurea, and Mrs. Marco Lee Bircher, SECOND ROW: Kyle
Rains,f?lQ,gafQligQifi3JBeverly Brin, June Russell, Kim Hoffman, Tim Costello, Lex
Berlin, Phil Costello:YTHIRD ROW: Tom Rusk, Debbie Taylor, Kim Ingersoll, Roxanne
Snyder, and Diane Gilmour. FOURTH ROW: William Neikirk, Eileen Hartman, Kristi
Willingham, Elizabeth Rice, and Judy Jones. FIFTH ROW: Lenis Haley, Linda Love-
loce, Donna Fugitt, Nancy Amlin, Teresa Allen, Patrice Moseley, Jody Oliver, Doro-
thy Moseley, and Heidi Cochrane. UPPER RIGHT FROM TOP: Carol Norman, Sarah
David, Monica Hartman, Patty Rusk, Carolyn Storm, Sandra Breechen, and Cindy
Gwen Williams prepares to sing of the First Christmas in the musical "A Christmas
One can almost hear the harmony eminating from Nancy Amlin, Jennifer Lovelace,
Teresa Allen and Roxanne Snyder, all giving close attention to their director.
Mrs. Bircher supervises Kyle Rains and Joe Sholden, accompanied by Bryan Piper,
as they prepare for the Bicentennial program.
Pan American Group Excited
Over Many Proiects, Proposed Trip
There was never a dull meeting in the Pan American Student
Forum, more commonly known as the Spanish Club. Twenty of the
thirty-five members were initiated at a formal dinner at Ruth Ann
Burton's home in September.
The club's annual service project was a Christmas party for the
young children at Elmer Scott Recreation Center in West Dallas.
Christmas was also celebrated by the club at a Mexican style din-
ner at the home of Kathy Shoemaker, followed by caroling
throughout the area.
Throughout the year, members participated in fund-raising activi-
ties, such as bake sales, newspaper drives, and inventory work at a
Dallas department store. By working they tried to qualify for
attendance at the state convention in San Antonio, which was held
February 26, 27, 1976.
Under the direction of Miss Betty Parrett, this year's Spanish Club
surpassed all previous Woodrow PASF clubs in the amount of
money obtained through fund-raising activities. This truly was a
busy year for PASF.
SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: BACK ROW: Kyle Rains, Vice President, Joe Sholden, 3
President. FRONT ROW: Steve Edwards, District Vice President, Ruth Ann Burton, lx
Historian, Beverly Brin, Secretary, Tim Costello, Treasurer. I
MEMBERS OF THE SPANISH CLUB: BACK ROW: Robert Wilcox, Phil Roland, Patrice
Moseley, Nancy Amlin, Cindy Hooker, Gaylin Willard. SECOND ROW: Jeri Coats,
Kathy Shoemaker, Annette Silvas, Taffy Ehrhardt, Theresa Musgrove, Martin Lopez,
Melanie Proctor. FRONT ROW: Janet Thomas, Julie McCoy, Karen Harper, Jana
Rains, Kirby Shaw, Paula Belcher.
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Office Education Club
Students in the Vocational Office Educa-
tion program were also members of the
O.E.A., which is a chapter of the Office
Education Association of Texas. In the
club, members were able to explore and
discover the opportunities in a career in
Members of the O.E.A. participated in
office related contests in the spring with
district, area, statefwide competitions, and
leadership conferences in McKinney,
Texas, and the annual employer-employee
dinner in the spring.
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Members of the fifth period class of O.E.A. are: BACK ROW: Teresa Jiminez, Leticia Alvarez, Sandy Castahon,
Sophia Cordova. MIDDLE ROW: Michael McQuinney, Karen Griffin, and Billie Robertson. FRONT ROW: Debra
Bell, Jann Chapman, Niela Gozberk, and Barbara Williams.
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President Tracey Whitley conductsa meeting ofthe O.E.A. Members of the first period O.E.A. club are Rosalyn Shelton, Ruth Ann Wilson,
Susie Fuller, Tracey Whitley, Shirleen Doeden, and Harry Bubeck.
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Torres, Tracey Whitley, Linda Hopkins, Kathryn Graves, Patricia Ramos, and Diane ton, Diana Garza, and Emma Cordova,
Members of the Fourth Period O.E.A. club are: Rachel Trevino, Juanita Jaurequi, Connie Crawford, Ruth Aguilar, and Mrs. Ruth Struble. Seated are Maggie Puente
Janet Fugitt, Martha Billie, Olga Lopez, Doris Hooper, Brenda Graham, Robin Trent, and Donna Young.
CVAE Classes Organize Club to
Aid in Preparing for World of Work
The VOCT Club, a local chapter of Vocational Opportunities Clubs
of Texas, began its first year at Woodrow in l975. The sponsor,
Mr. Floyd Malone, said, "The club motto is 'preparing today for the
world of work'." The club consists of 35 students, 32 of whom have
been placed in training stations, with 20 different employers. The
students attended school half the day, and had the opportunity to
work the other half of the day. Meetings were held during the first
and second period classes of C.V.A.E. The clubs activities consisted
of outings, and a regional VOCT contest in March.
V.O.C.T. Club Officers are: Jewell Townsend, Reporter, Donna Nickleberry, Secre-
tary, Martha Giron, Treasurer, Mike Roach, Parliamentarian, Tim Corder, President,
Charles Bradley, Sgt.-at-Arms, NOT PICTURED: Robert Coburn, Vice-President.
Hard at work in their C.V.A.E. classes are Verna Jackson, Martha Giron, and Dean
BACK ROW: Mike Roach, Dean Ieppert, Tony Ballard, David McGee, Dennis Ger
ron, Johnny Jones, William Hael, Charles Bradley. SEATED: lngrid Fergerson
Donna Nickleberry, Wesley Israel, Vera Jackson, and Martha Giron.
STANDING: Lewis Harge, Margaret Towmsend, Johnny Marteniz, Dewayne
Rouwtt, Robert Coburn, David Evert, George Howard, Alice Moser, Loyd Dozier'
and Steve Mann. SEATED: Yolanda Escobar, Steve Ieppert, Tamra Wolfe, Tim Cor
dor, Raymond Tindell, and Wayne Pemberton.
Drafting Club officers are: CLOCKWISE FROM THE
BOTTOM: Mary Anne Dye, Sweetheart, Lynn
!Ehrhardt, vice-president, Kyle Rains, treasurer, Philip
'Patton, recorder, Dawn Faccilonga, secretary, O. B.
New Drafting Club, TIASA, Organized
to "Learn to Live in a Technical World"
The Drafting Club, officially named the
Texas Industrial Arts Student Association
began its first year at Woodrow Wilson.
The local club is a chapter of a state
organization, whose motto is, "Learning to
live in a technical world." The sponsor Mr.
Bob Cargile said, "The organization's pur-
pose is to familiarize members with a mod-
ern industrial world." The club was made
up of sixteen members who held their
meeting during the seventh period in the
drafting classroom. Special activities for
the group consisted of field trips to indus-
trial plants, and selling pencils and erasers
as a fund-raising proiect.
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Members of TIASA are: STANDING: Randy Baldwin, O. B. Mathis, Cliff Mann, Philip Wheeler, .lon Mack, Eddie Richardson, Philip Patton, Richard Trevino, Mr. Bob Cargile,
sponsor. SEATED: Kyle Rains, Lynn Ehrhardt, Mary Anne Dye, Dawn Faccilonga, Charlie Riboni.
TAHOS Club Members Excel in Health Work in Dallas
The Texas Association of Health Occupa-
tion Students met every Wednesday with
Mrs. Peggy Jones. The purpose of the club
was to provide leadership and opportunity
for intelligent career choices in health
occupations. Many of these students
obtained iobs in nearby clinics and hospi-
tals. At club meetings they planned to
have guest speakers from the American
Lung Association speak on respiratory
therapy, and also speakers from the Fire
Department on safety. An open house was
held in February for students and faculty.
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Vaughn, Debbie Hirsch, and George Daniels.
Members of the TAHOS club are: FRONT ROW: Melva Nicholson, Teresa Harper, Evelyn Camp, Sheila Turner, Arlillian Dickens, and Maxine Ortega. SECOND ROW: Leslie
Rogers, Sally Pesina, Barbara Cooper, Ruth Taylor, and Carolyn Williams. THIRD ROW: Clara Chapa, Hazel Petros, Carol Breault, Nancy Hardwick, Terry Brown, Kenneth
Jackson, and Linda Corbin.
Growing Cadet Corps Receives Recognition and Awards
Officers for this year's ROTC are Captain Magdalena Puente, Maior Harry Bubeck, Lt. Colonel Tony Mihal, Cap-
tain Kenyon Hiser, and Captain Danny Best.
At the beginning of this year the
J.R.O.T.C. at Woodrow Wilson had an
enrollment of 154 students, which was the
1370 ofthe total enrollment of the school.
The 1975-76 Corps achieved recognition
in many areas and won many awards. The
cadets took first place in the State Fair of
Texas drill competition, winning after com-
peting with 47 schools in the East Texas
area. They also won J.R.O.T.C. recruiting
award, and second place in the Trinity
Rifle Range firing match. The latter
includes schools from all of greater Dallas,
including schools from Highland Park,
Plano, and Duncanville.
TheiColor Guard presented the colors at
many school and social functions in the
city, including school football games, PTA
meetings and pep assemblies, and
recently at the annual PTA life membership
luncheon, held at the Apparel Mart.
Distinguishing themselves by ranking second in the Trinity Annual Rifle Match are members of the J.R.O.T.C. Rifle Team: STANDING: M.Sgt. Alphine Freeman, Michael Spur-
lock, Rosie Campo, Tina Wilson, Tammy Wilson, Paul B. Parks, Leroy Jackson, Clara Chapa, Joe Cawthon. PRONE: Lou Cawthon, Mary Davis, Britt Wages, Rachel Hernandez,
Steve Ieppert, George Mendez.
Four R.O.T.C. Companies Have Generous Sprinkling of Girls
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Trevino, Charles Kirkbride, Mireya Juarez. THIRD ROW: James Davis, Debra Fra
zier, Tammy Wilson, Bonnie Hollins, Charles Abercrumbia, David Neria.
COMPANY A: Ruth Aguilar, Paula Kirb, Yolanda Green. FIRST ROW: David Flores,
Lucy Mills, Debra Brown, Stephanie Fuasblen, Mary Davis. SECOND ROW: Glenn
Hunter, Yolanda Escobar, Jessie Thomas, David Murphy, George Mendy, Rachel
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, . - ic ae ecerra, Ernestine Chavez, William Rogers, Edward Hilton. THIRD ROW:
Heckman, Jose Alvarado, Ed Mullin, Larry Rouwtt. SECOND ROW: Mark Shaw, Joe William Johnson, Cythia Early, Jack Edwards, Elisha Martin, Paul Parks, Cathy
Cawthon, Robert Bonnett, Leroy Jackson, Winfred Cameron, Geraldine Barbarick, Maclean, Alb tR E h ' '
er ouwtt, t el Day, Dwight Copland, Ronald Lacy, David Coursey.
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COMPANY C: Rachel Hernandez, Dilly Moser. FIRST ROW: Juan Alvarado, Latisha Thomas Darr, Frank Cravatt, Michael Spurlock, Keith Moseley, Raymond Abercrum-
Alvarez, Teresa Borragan, Salvador Garcia, Joel Lucas. SECOND ROW: Timothy bia, Bennett Wyse, David Littleton, Eddie Richardson, Britt Wages, Steve Ieppert.
Johnson, Sherman Turner, Joe Castro, Tina Wilson, Joey Moseley, Richard Garcia,
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Sergio de la Garza is getting ideas from another
annual for the Sports section.
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Conway, Kathy Shoemaker, Julie McCoy, and Ruth Ann Burton. SECOND ROW: Steve Edwards, Paul Thompson,
Mike Dixon, Scott Storm, Alan Reno, and Phil Rolland.
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Photographers Joel Lucas, Kurt Messerschmitt, and Juan Castillo look at a proof
sheet before printing a picture.
The 1976 Crusader Staff co-editors were Steve Edwards and Ruth Ann Burt
Sponsor, for the 29th year, was Paul Allen.
Staffers Receive Academic Credit,
Yearbook Page-Size Enlarged
The choosing of the staff for the 1976 Crusader was completed in
the fall of 1974, and shortly afterward faculty advisor Mr. Paul
Allen began having early-morning and after-school classes in the
basics of yearbook production.
One of the subiects stressed was the choosing of a yearbook theme
and the 1976 Crusader staff began the search for new ideas for
the yearbook's unifying motif. Also, they studied other yearbooks
to get ideas for the upcoming edition. ln May, Mr. Allen named
Ruth Ann Burton and Steve Edwards co-editors-in-chief, and section
editors were chosen.
The SMU summer workshops proved to be beneficial to those stu-
dents who could participate in it. Four staff members attended and
brought back a wealth of ideas to be used for their yearbook.
For the first time ever, the staff received graduation credit for the
yearbook class, called "Annual Journalism 11," but some mem-
bers came after school for non-credit. One of the more exciting
improvements this year was the enlarging of the page size to SV2
X 11 inches, as compared to the 73A X 1OVz inches of previous
Members of the Faculty section Paula Belcher and Mike Dixon, work diligently rearranging the teocher's pictures, while Phil Rolland is stunned by the photographer.
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Pearce Squeaks by Wildcats,
WW Loses to South Garland
Friday, September 5, saw Woodrow Wilson in the first pre-season
game against the J. J. Pearce Mustangs of Richardson, at Franklin
Field. The Wildcats lost a close one, 12-8. Woodrow opened the
scoring in the first period with a safety by Jackie Brittingham. Late
in the fourth period with the Cats scoring on a swing pass from
Bruce Phillips to David Allen, but it was not enough to save the
Wildcats from defeat.
The following Friday the South Garland Colonels dissolved the
Wildcats' dream of a victory at Memorial Stadium in Garland. The
Wildcats started out to a 6-0 early lead in the first quarter with a
five yard run by Bobby Hicks. The lead climbed to 'l2-O when Ken-
neth Davis burst over from two yards out. The Wildcats held onto
the lead until the second quarter, when the Colonels intercepted a
Wildcat pass, bringing the score to 12-12 at the half. The Colonels
went on to win, 26-12.
Cause for a special dance is any touchdown, and Bruce Phillips lwith footballl leads
Joel Akin, Greg Turner, and Danny Harris in celebrating his TD in the South Garland
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over the line.
Cats Lose Defensive Battle to Skyline, Jefferson Takes Game Four
Good protection by Robbie Holt C771 and Joel Akin C651 allows Kenny Huff ll 11 to throw a successful pass. Offensive guard Kevin Huff watches intently as the
Wildcats' defense does its thing.
The Wildcats lost a tough defensive battle to Skyline, Friday Sept.
19, at Pleasant Grove Stadium. Woodrow allowed Skyline to score
only once, midway through the first quarter. Defense was the ruling
factor for the rest of the game for both teams. Defensive standouts
in the game were Bruce Wheeless and Kenny Huff. Fumbles, penal-
ties, and drizzling rain terminated anyoffensive drives for the Wild-
cats during the game. The final score was Skyline 7, Woodrow Wil-
Friday, September 26, the Woodrow Wilson Wildcats played the
Thomas Jefferson Patriots at Franklin Field, and, it was clear to all
that severe breaks contributed to the Wildcats' defeat. Woodrow's
scoring drives were stopped near the goal line. One of the high-
lights of the game was a 28 yard scramble for a touchdown by
quarterback Ken Huff, which made the score seven to six at the
half, in T.J.'s favor. Wildcats' six-back David Allen had kickoff
returns of 63, 21, and 80 yards. The final score was Thomas Jeffer-
son 33, Woodrow 12.
WOODROW WILSON WILDCAT FOOTBALL TEAM 1975: FRONT ROW: Harry
Crawford 1591, Juan Garcia 1311, Greg Turner 1551, Joel Akin 1651, Robbie Webb
1681, Bruce Phillips 1121, Bobby Hicks 1101, John Sampson 1251, Richard Franco 1521,
Mike Apple 1261. SECOND ROW: Manager Tom Heckman, Kevin Huff 1631, David
Scott 1571, David Allen 1421, Don Owen 1271, Scott Alford 1731, Robbie Holt 1771, O.
B. Mathis 1331, Kenny Huff 1111, Chester Davison 1501, Manager Jack Schwen.
THIRD ROW: Kim Kimbrell, Steve David 1871, Jackie Brittingham 1621, Joe Shearin
1721, Wallace Johnson 1701, Laurin Curtis 1751, Charles Taylor 1661, Russell Arbogast
1761, Kyle Willingham 1371, Danny Harris 1881, Tim Harshburger 1791. BACK ROW:
Coach Ken Kimbrell, Kenneth Burleson 1781, Bruce Wheeless 1401, John Danielson
1741, David Yates 1711, John McLain 1821, Coach Alton Hill, Coach Gary Collett. Not
Pictured are Phil Rolland 1manager1, Joe Owens, Robert Hilton, and Kenny Davis.
Klmbrell Praises Varsity Players Despite 3-7 Record 1
WOODROW WILSON WILDCATS
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WW ........ 12 S. Garland ......... 26
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WW ........ 14 Thomas Jefferson ..... 33
ww ........ 14 w. T. wnne ......,.. 24 ' 1 .
WW ........ 12 Hillcrest ............ 13 S E 6 . '
WW ........ 14 BryanAdams ........ 0 ' ,
ww ........ 21 Grady Spruce ....... o W 1
ww ........ 12 W.W.SamuelI ...... 15' fi X 1'
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Varsity Football coaches are:
coach, Alton Hill, line coach.
Gary Collett, backfield coach, Ken Kimbrell, head
Wildcats Gain Honors on Mythical Teams of Dallas Newspapers
"This group of young men has overcome more obstacles than any
group of young men l've had in a long time," said head coach Ken
Kimbrell after the completion of the i975 football season. Some of
the barriers the team had to overcome included a car accident
iniuring six varsity starters, and other iniuries throughout the sea-
son. The Wildcats finished the season with a 3-7 record.
Members of the team receiving recognition from the two Dallas
Daily Newspapers were: First Team, David Allen, halfback and
split end, Second Team Kenny Huff, linebacker, Jackie Brittingham,
linebacker, Bruce Wheeless, defensive end, and O. B. Mathis, nose
guard. Captains for the football team this year were seniors Danny
Harris and O. B. Mathis. The sole member of the team receiving
honorable mention on the All-Metro team was David Allen, as a
White Crushes Wildcat Hopes,
Cats Lose Hillcrest Heartbreaker
The Wildcats lost all hope for a winning season, when they lost to
the W. T. White Longhorns at Forester Field on Thursday, October
2. ln the third quarter, iunior Bruce Wheeless scored with a 35-yard
run, resulting from an intercepted Longhorn lateral. In the fourth
quarter' the Wildcats mounted an offensive drive, completing four
of seven passes for 65 yards. The Cats finally scored on a seven
yard pass from Phillips to David Allen. The two point conversion
was scored on a repeat of the touchdown play. Final score was 24-
14 in the Longhbrns' favor.
On Friday, October 10, the Woodrow Wildcats played a tough,
exciting game against the Hillcrest Panthers and the game truly
belonged to Woodrow, as they scored twice on drives of 90 and
59 yards. David Allen rushed 40 yards in one series for the first
score in the first quarter. With only 14 seconds left in the first half
quarterback Phillips hit Danny Harris from the two for six points.
After both touchdowns the extra point try failed. Offensive leaders
for Wilson were Bobby Hicks, rushing 83 yards on 22 carries and
David Allen, who ground out or bulldozed 15 yards in three carries
and caught five passes for 76 yards. Final score was Woodrow 12,
Displaying the ball to the spectators, David Allen leaves no doubt that he had pos-
session when he crossed the goal line, in the game with W. T. White.
Manager Tom Heckman looks pessimistic as to the results of his ice treatment f
quarterback Kenny Huff's iniured hand. W
On his way for a long-yardage gain, Wildcat Bobby Hicks out distances the Hillcres
defensive player. l
Danny Harris l88l and Bruce Phillips ll2l are wild less'
with ioy with this TD that clinches the first Homecom-
ing Game win in six years.
Did he get him? The record shows he did not. Quarterback Bruce Phillips went on to
pay dirt to make the score I4-O for the Wildcats' first win.
, In October Wildcats Taste Sweet Victory:
Defeat Bryan Adams, Spruce Consecutively
If you miss his legs, grab his iersey says the BA tackle to himself as he tries to stop Wildcat fullback Bruce Whee-
Woodrow Wilson tasted its first victory of the season Thursday
night, October lb, at Forester Field, and it will never be sweeter.
Through the first half the Wildcats fought a tough defensive battle
with the Bryan Adams Cougars. Midway in the second quarter,
B.A. punted to Kenneth Davis, who returned 23 yards to the Cou-
gar 28 yard line. The Cats moved to the 5, and Bruce Wheeless
scored, only to have it called back because of a motion penalty.
On the next play quarterback Bruce Phillips bootlegged around the
left end to score, but this TD was also nullified by a penalty. In the
third and fourth periods, Phillips scored on quarterback-sneak from
one yard out. Bryan Adams had 62 yards offensively to
Woodrow's l93. The final score was Woodrow l4, Bryan Adams
On Oct. 24 at Forester Field, the Woodrow Wilson Wildcats
pounded the Spruce Apaches with a score of 2l-O. Wildcat full-
back Bruce Wheeless accounted for two of the Wildcats' three
touchdowns on runs of four and five yards. He also ran for l52
yards on 32 carries. The Wildcats scored their final touchdown
after blocking a punt on the Apaches' 30 yard line. On fourth
down and seven yards to go, quarterback Bruce Phillips found half-
back David Allen open for what proved to be a 27 yard touchdown
pass. Scott Alford kicked all three extra points. The Wildcats'
defense held Spruce to only 21 yards rushing and one first down in
the first half. Outstanding offensive linemen were Joel Akin, Scott
Alford, Kevin Huff, O. B. Mathis, and Danny Harris.
Cats Drop Two Final Close Games:
Samuell, 15-12, Spruce, 15-8
On Thursday, Oct. 30, the Woodrow Wilson 'Wildcats played the
Samuell Spartans. The Wildcats took the kickoff and drove 52
yards in ten plays. Finding themselves in a fourth and 14 situation
on the 19-yard line, Bruce Phillips connected to David Allen over
the middle for a 19-yard T.D. pass. The Spartans led until the last
play of the first half when Bruce Phillips again hit Allen, who ran 71
yards for the T.D. The extra-point try failed. Final score Samuell 15,
For the final game of the season the Wildcats met the Lincoln Tigers
at Pleasant Grove Stadium on Friday, November 14. The Tigers
scored early in the second quarter, but Woodrow came back later
in the same period to score on a 20-yard TD pass from Phillips to
tight-end Danny Harris. Phillips passed to Harris again for the two-
point conversion, making the score 8-6 in the Wildcats' favor. Both
teams' defenses held until late in the 4th quarter, when Lincoln,
with 33 seconds left, scored from the three-yard line. The final
score was Lincoln 13, Woodrow 8. The Wildcats closed the season
with 3 wins and 7 losses.
lt's a one-on-one situation for running back Kenneth Davis in this left-end sweep
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defensive Lincoln player.
Bruce Wheeless, fullback, makes a few yards before taking a fall in the game
against the Lincoln Tigers.
iWOODROW WILSON B-TEAM MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Randall Wauson 1371, Ricky Sampson 1201, Jon Newman 1601, Howle Hammond 11 11, Michael Waidowic1 1, Phillip
Patton 1161. SECOND ROW: Eddie Garcia 1311, Joel Bozarth 1421, Mike Pemberton 1861, Kenneth Castleberry 1261, John Staton 1661, Jeff Jones 1891, David Fugitt 1631, Everett
Copling 1621, Alan Luecke 1331. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Townsend 1401, James Castleberry 1461, Haskell Stricklen 1711, Greg Irvin 1651, Kevin Gallagher 1881, Jimmy Hollings-
worth 1641, Robert Strawn 1761, James Parker 1821, George Taylor 17 1. BACK ROW: Coach Roger Zachary, Matt Willingham 1851, Jack Hood 1501, Holley Cole 1101, Thomas
llewis 1801, Philip Wheeler 1871, Vincent Lopez 1271, Charles Secker 1221, Coach Lucious Newhouse. NOT PICTURED: Frank Cravatl 1191, Eddie Garcia 1311, Robert King 1741,
Julius Session 1351, Billy Williams 1841.
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B-team coaches Roger Zachary and Lucious Newhouse.
Win-Loss Record Disappointing
for B-Team, Packed With Talent
The Woodrow Wilson Wildkitten football team posted a disap-
pointing 3-4-2 record. In spite of their won-loss record, they dem-
onstrated an abundance of talent. Some players cited for their
offensive playing were Iinemen David Fugitt, Jack Hood, George
Taylor and backs Joel Bozarth, Vincent Lopez, Alan Luecke, and
Defensive standouts were Everett Copeland, Greg Irvin, Vincent
Lopez, and Charles Seeker. Players of the year were Joel Bozarth
and Kenneth Townsend for offense and Greg Irvin for defense. The
coaches chose Kevin Gallagher as the most valuable player both
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Howle Hammond is back trying to find an open receiver.
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1975-76 WOODROW WILSON WILDCAT VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT rumbia, Alton Lister, David Hall, Michael Byers, Vernon Smith, David Turner, James
ROW: Head Coach Steve Scott, Assistant Coach Alton Hill. SECOND ROW: Man- Cannon.
ager Sherman Turner, David Allen, Kenneth Davis, Chuck Farmer, Raymond Aberc-
Best Cage Team Since 1958 Emerges With 10-1 Zone Record
Alton Lister gets a high pass as he eludes a mass of hands.
Coach Steve Scott's basketball players completed the best district
record since 1958 with a 21-8 season.
Early in the season, Woodrow started rather slowly, but gained
experience and momentum as they played.
Woodrow won the North Zone title with an almost undefeated
record of 10-1. As the Crusader goes to press, the schedule calls
for a district match game against Samuell for the 1 1-AAAA district
championship. Coach Steve Scott looks forward to playing against
South Oak Cliff H.S. for the City Championship. Winning the city
title would advance the Wildcats to the State meet in Austin in
Six-foot ten inch captain Alton Lister was the Wildcat's leading
rebounder, who averaged 22 points per game. Captain David
Allen showed great skill piling up 13 points per game. Other out-
standing players were Raymond Abercrumbia, who averaged 12
points per game and Michael Byers, with a 10 point average.
Cagers' Teamwork Yields Payoff in Season Record
Surrounded by white ierseys, Raymond Abercrumbia, 23, came out of this one with a pass to Alton Lister, 33.
Alton Lister, making use of his 6 feet 10 inches, makes two more points.
12, eludes a Patriot's defense, making a quick pass to David Turner
T Alton Lister, 33, rising above his opponents, puts Woodrow on the score board, as David Allen, l l, David Turner,
25, and James Cannon, 12, watch.
' as Michael Byers, 22, makes known his position. David Turner oufiumps Q TJ.
Basketball Sweetheart, Joyce Allen, poses next to the
trophy Woodrow won at the Garland Invitational
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defender to get off his shot, as Alton Lister watches for
Wildcat Roundballers Improve After Early Tournaments
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Raymond Abercrumbia gets a low pass from James Cannon, as David Allen makes his move toward the basket.
The basketball team listens to Coach Scott, during halftime, as he explains some new game plans forthe second half. 1
Wildcats End Cage Season With
District Playoff Loss to Samuell
Alton Lister savagely blocks a desperate shot by one of his opponents.
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At almost half time, it is David AIlen's intent to put Woodrow ahead on the score-
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Second Team Cagers Suffer From Junior High Transfers to Skyline
B-TEAM BASKETBALL: FRONT RCW: Coaches Alton Hill and Steve Scott. BACK Cunningham, Kevin Gallagher, James Hardwick, Shawn Bell, Steve Haynes, Ken
ROW: Kenneth Green, Kenneth Castleberry, James Parker, Kenneth Nichols, James
The Woodrow Wilson B-Team finished with a disappointing season
record of 4 wins and lo losses. One of the problems ofthe season
was that most of the hoped-for starters from Long Junior High
attended Skyline High School instead of Woodrow. Also hindering
the team was the fact that only tour members had played together
before this season. Coach Alton Hill named sophomores Kevin Gal-
lagher and Kenneth Townsend as outstanding players for the year.
Promising newcomers were James Hardwick and Shawn Bell.
neth Townsend, Julius Sessions.
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Shawn Bell 1201, James Hardwick 1321, and Steve Haynes 1151, get in rebound posi-
tion in the Wildkittens basketball game with Thomas Jefferson.
As Shawn Bell 1201 strains to get the center tip, Kevin Gallagher 1421 and Kenneth
Townsend 1l41tenseIy prepare to receive the ball.
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Girl Cagers' Wins,
Losses Almost Even
The Woodrow Wilson Girls' basketball
team, led by Captain Susan Ramirez, fin-
ished with a 5-6 season. Susan was the
lead scorer, with a 33 points per game
average, and in two games she scored 50
points. Coach Gay Addington told the
Crusader that among the other girls on the
team, Sheila Turner was chosen the team's
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teammate before Hillcrest No. 3 intercepts.
Boosting prospects for a Wildcat victory, Susan Rami-
rez shoots another basket.
W. W. GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: BACK ROW: Miss Gay Addington, coach, Sheila Turner, Brenda Harper, Rob-
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Bradley, Donna Robison, Susan Ramirez, captain, Denise Jones, Kelly Vermillion, Melissa Dannelly, manager.
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With a flip of the wrist Susan Ramirez lets the ball fly at the free throw line.
l As teammates stand ready, Susan Ramirez hits the ball in Woodrow's favor.
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Getting around her T.J. guard seems to be no problem for forward Brenda Harper.
Captain Susan Ramirez makes a iump shot with grace and ease.
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1975-76 WOODROW WILSON TENNIS TEAM: FRONT ROW: Annette Lopes, Brenda Graham, Michelle Mock, Cathi Machi, Neila Gozberk, Cindy Rodriguez. SECOND ROW
Coach Dave McCarty, Kelly Smith, Ricky Sampson, Martin Lopez, Debra Taylor. THIRD ROW: Grant Wall, Robert Wilcox, Don Hoefnagel, Leigh Hyde, Mark Moore. NO'
PICTURED: Jenny Fugate, Kathy Shoemaker, Susan Laurea, and Gary Blum.
Wildcat Tennis Teams Win Early Match Against Skyline
The Woodrow Wilson Tennis Team started
the season swinging against Hillcrest,
Bryan Adams, and Skyline. As the Q
sq!-cg final deadline approached, Wood-
row played Skyline and won in girls' and
boys' singles, and boys' and girls' dou-
bles. Generally, Woodrow was repre-
sented in the matches by: Kelly Smith,
boys' singles, Jenny Fugate, girls' singles,
Mark Moore and Grant Wall, boys' dou-
bles. ln the girls' doubles, Susan Laurea,
Cindy Rodriguez and Annette Lopes
rotated as players.
Even though the tennis team had a slow
start, they hope to finish at the top slot in
the city championship, according to Coach
Coach Dave McCarty and Kelly Smith, taking advantage of the February sunshine, rest a spell before a motcl'
against Bryan Adams.
Kelly Smith shows firmness in his forehand return.
Jenny Fugate practices her serve as she tries to per-
fect her style.
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Pity the poor opponent of Susan Laurea, who seems
ready to wham a bullet drive.
Susan Laurea prepares to serve an ace, as Annette Lopes looks on. Is Annette doubtful or has she sun-grins? A very confident look by Grant Wall demonstrates
his readiness for the return from his B.A. opponent.
WOODROW WILSON WILDCATS TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: Joe Owens, Frank Cravatt, Wendell Campbell, Ray Gibson. SECOND ROW: Tollie Miley, Mike Spurlock,
Holley Cole, Tony Miltenberger, Donald Cox, and head coach Lucious Newhouse.
After Difficult Start, Track and Field Gets Going
The Wildcat track team started the season with an incomplete
squad. Several members of the track team participated in several
other athletic 'events at school as basketball, baseball, football,
and swimming. This made it difficult for the Crusader photogra-
phers to get a group picture of the complete track and field squad.
Coach Lucious Newhouse is expecting a team of at least thirty run-
ners. The cindermen participated in several meets, in events such as
the IOO-yard dash, 440-yard relay, l20-yard high hurdles, 440-
yard dash, 330-yard hurdles, 220-yard dash, 880-yard run, one
mile run, and one mile relay.
Some distinguished runners were Joe Owens, Donald Cox, Bobby
Hicks, O. B. Mathis, Tolie Miley, and Robin Weatherly.
Coach Lucious Newhouse gives advice to Donald Cox before a 440-yard dash.
Cross-Country Track Team Looking Good,
Wilh One Girl Member, Looks Even Belief!
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WILDCATS CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: Tony Milfenberger, Bonnie Crawford, Charles Secker.
SECOND ROW: Holley Cole, Harry Crawford, Juan Garcia. THIRD ROW: Robin Weatherly and Donald Cox.
ing his own record.
Pole vaulter Joel Akin clears the bar at l3 feel, beat-
March 6 Hollie Relay
March l2, I3 Fl. Worth
March 20 Kimball Relay
March 25, 27 Loos
April 3 Open
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Repeaters From 1975
Bolster Track Squad
In 1975, Joel Akin, a pole vaulter, estab-
lished the sophomore district record, rating
third in regular competition in the district.
Joe Owens, a junior, was a valuable man
on the '75 440 relay team, which placed
high in the district meet, and he is
expected to repeat this year. He placed
first in district in the 220-yard dash and
also ran impressively in the mile relay. At
the present time, he is the best man on the
track, said Coach Lucious Newhouse. Joe
has an unofficial 9.8 time in the 100-yard
dash and 22.8 in the 220.
"O, B. Mathis, track captain, is capable of
running any race on the track," the coach
Seniors on the squad are Bobby Hicks, O.
B. Mathis, Donald Cox, .luan Garcia, and
Joel Akin. Coach Newhouse said he is
expecting superior effort from these sen-
On his first 100 yards of the 440-dash, O. B. Mathis
is well ahead of his opponents.
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Anchor man ofthe 440-Relay Joe Owens beats, by a fraction at a second, a Stillwater, Oklahoma, trcckster.
Unusually Cold Winter Drives
, Girl Runners Inside for Practice
This winter, the girls' track team could be found running in the halls
on the second floor because of the extreme cold outside. When
spring arrived, however, the girls were out running around the foot-
' ball field with the boys. The girls practiced seventh period and after
school under the supervision of Miss Gay Addington. The track
i meets began in March and continued into April. In December, Bon-
, , nie Crawford qualified to compete on the cross-country team, in the
In background Bonnie Crawford and Dena Hicks are holding their own in a qualify- regional meet, She was the first girl from Woodrow to qualify for
'ng 'ace Q' wlme Rock' this event, which previously had included only male participants.
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Out practicing after school, Bonnie Crawford pre-
pares herself for the track regionals.
,THE WOODROW WILSON GIRLS TRACK TEAM: BACK ROW: Mary Anne Dye, Mgr., Alice Freeman, Jody Oliver,
Melissa Dannelly, Gayle Parish, Miss Gay Addington. FRONT ROW: Bonnie Crawford, Donna Williams, Taffy
,Ehrhardt, Kim Hoffman, Jamie Patterson, Martha Bogie. NOT PICTURED: Robin Trent.
ATHLETICS I I3
Soccer Team, Mostly Sophomores,
Has Good Outlook for Next Season
When Coach James Kelly was asked his opinion of this year's soc-
cer season he commented, "We had a pretty good season since
the majority of the team were sophomores. We had improved last
year's record, and l hope we can improve it more next year. Minor
injuries hurt the team early in the season, but because of several
victories we went up a hundred percent."
Woodrow started competing in 1973, and today's overall record is
23-23-3. This year, after having a disappointing season last year,
Woodrow had a 3-4-I conference record, and 9-8-2 overall record
finishing in fifth place in district plays. Lead scorer was Eddie Gar-
cia followed by Tony Reyes, Sergio De La Garza, and Leonardo
Torres. Outstanding defense players were: Luis Jasso, and Frank
Cravatt. This year's captains Juan Castillo and Sergio De La Garza
were the only two 3-year lettermen.
Missed it! But not without great effort by defensive back Jesse Molina. Juan Castillo
comes in to assist him.
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WOODROW WILSON 1976 SOCCER TEAM. FRONT ROW: L. Jasso, D. Tat-
lock, T. Reyes, P. Patton, E. Reyes. SECOND ROW: F. Cravatt, E. Garcia, J.
Molina, L. Torres, C. Riboni, A. Sobrevilla, Mgr. E. Perez. BACK ROW: Coach J.
Eddie Reyes, making sure to get the ball out of the danger zone, gives it a power
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Kelly, J. Castillo, S. De La Garza, mgr. T. Lopez, goal guard M. Spyrlock, R. Torres, R.
making a quick move toward the goal
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Girls' 1975 Soccer Record Okay,
Schedule Full for Spring, '76
The girl's soccer season started February l l. The girls played with
great enthusiasm, but lost a close game against W. T. White High
Last year's season was very satisfying to players, coach, and fans.
Woodrow had a 4-O-4 record which placed them in third place. The
girls played two games against Eastfield College and won both
games, 7-O and 5-O.
At press time, games remaining to be played included matches J
against Samuell, Hillcrest, Skyline, Bryan Adams, and Thomas Jef-
Thig yeqr only five experienced plqyerg returned, Seniors Susan Kelly Vermillion and Mireya Juarez struggle against a Hillcrest defender for posses-
Ramirez and Rachel Hernandez were the leaders of the team. Sion ofthe soccer ball'
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Mary Turner, Kelly Vermillion, Darlene Cecil and Mireya Juarez. THIRD ROW: Coach James Kelly, Rachel Hernendez, Rubi Davids, Matilda Tiierina, Janet Fugitt, and manager
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Golfers Face Tough Schedulep Coach Cargile Sees Good Outcome
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THE 1976 GOLF TEAM: FRONT ROW: Ricky Rodriguez, Stacy McVey, Alan Reno, and LeRoy Wickersham. BACK ROW: Bob Cargile, Coach Mike McQuiston, Kenny Huff, .lay
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The I976 Golf Team started out the sea-
son winning four of their first five meets.
The wins were against Thomas Jefferson,
Skyline, Bryan Adams, and Samuell,
Returning lettermen were Ricky Rodriquez,
Stacey McVey, and Mike McQuiston. This
was Mr. Bob Cargile's first year as coach
of the Golf Team. Only the top four play-
ers trom an intersquad meet held each
week competed in the matches. This year's
captain was iunior Stacey McVey.
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Girl Swimmers Repeat! Win Third Straight District Championship
GIRLS SWIM TEAM: FRONT ROW: Nancy Lankford, Manager, Robin Trent, Genie Russell, Gwen Williams, Tressie Ireland. BACK ROW: Nancy Taylor, Holly Harring-
Degenhart, Lynn Ehrhardt, Cynthia Lopez. SECOND ROW: Miss Janis Harbus, ton, Monica Benoit, Susan Carroll, Lisa Johnson, Sandra Woods, Coach Robert
Assistant Coach, Laura Pearson, Manager, Diane Gilmor, Connie Crawford, Carol Green.
Skyline ....... WW
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spruce ...... 58 ww . .102
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In a meet with Seagoville, Genie Degenhart appears calm in the final strokes of the 500 meter freestyle race, in
which she placed first.
The girls' swim team completed its third unbeaten season and third
consecutive district championship, under the leadership of Coach
Bob Green. Monica Benoit led the team with 62 points for the sea-
Seven swimmers received letters in I976. These included two sen-
iors, Monica Benoit, Genie Degenhart, three iuniors, Holly Harring-
ton, Nancy Taylor, Robin Trent, and two sophomores, Diane Gil-
more and Lynn Ehrhardt.
Two divers ranked in the top ten in the North Texas District. These
were juniors, Tressie Ireland and Robin Trent. In the district meet,
team captain Genie Degenhart broke the school record in the 500-
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catches his breath for cz few minutes. are Brent Snyder, Joe Shearin, Charles Secker.
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BOYS SWIM TEAM: FRONT ROW: Richard Romero, Charles Secker, James Lecour, Snyder, Josh Armstrong, Rob Holt, Steve David, Joe Shearin, Bill Fosmire, Alan
Jeff Lackey, Harry Crawford, Joel Akin. SECOND ROW: Alan Dietendort, Peter Luecke, Robert Green, Coach. NOT PICTURED: Robert Whalen, Manager.
only, Tony v qnce , Jack McDonald, Donald Hanes, Joe Jones. BACK ROW: Brent
BOYS' SWIM TEAM
Hillcrest ............ 96 WW ....... 149
Adamson ........,.. 33 WW ....... 1 13
Spruce ......,...... 50 ww ....... 117
Seagoville .......... 55 ww ........ 95
Skyline ............ 54 WW ....... 101
Carter ............. 24 WW ....... 133
Sunset. .. ........ 31 WW 119
Boys' Swim Team Takes District,
Win Seven Meets in Seven
Woodrow's boy's swim team finished first in the district, winning all
seven of their meets. Senior captain Brent Snyder led all other
entrants with a score of 65 points forthe season.
Seniors who lettered were Joel Akin, Steve David, Billy Fosmire,
Joe Jones, James LeCour, and Brent Snyder. Two juniors, Josh
Armstrong and Jack McDonald, earned letters, and sophomores
Peter Doty, Alan Luecke, Joe Shearin, and Tony Vance also let-
tered. Coach Bob Green was pleasantly surprised to have new-
comer, Jack McDonald, a iunior, to ioin the team this year. "He did
a very good iob in the sprints and relays," said Coach Green, "and
he lettered easily with 53 points." Hopefuls for next year are Alan
Luceke and Joe Shearin,
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Connie Crawford appears doubtful over the fate of
the Woodrow representative in a race at the District
Meet at White Rock Pool.
After a brief warmup thoroughly accustomed to the water the swim team members await the coach s orders to begin practice laps.
Coach Zachary Names Players for I976 Baseball Season A
Baseball is a sport whose season is never completed before the
Crusader goes to press. The season record for last year was 5-I 5.
When the Crusader went to press this year, the baseball season
was iust getting under way. The team had played three scrimmage
games, winning one and losing two.
Coach Roger Zachary gave the Crusader some predictions for the
Iseason line-up, they were: outstanding pitchers: Sturges, Le Cour,
Phillips, and Bozarth. Probable infield starters: Lopez as catcher,
Cannon and Hammond at shortstop, David and Lewis at third,
Owen and Bello at second, and Campbell and Holt at first. Proba-
ble outfield starters: Le Cour in left field, Arbogast in right field,
and Bozarth in center field. Additional outfielders: Patton,
Wheeler, Phillips, and Sturges. The coaches expect a good season
from seniors David, Cannon, Le Cour, Phillips, Arbogast, and
Sturges. Sophomores with strong potential are: Bozarth, Lopez,
"Due to senior experience and good sophomores, I expect a much
better season. Since the purchase of our new pitching machine,
there has been much improvement in our hitting. I expect a much
improved season for the Wildcats this year, and if everything falls
into place we could produce a winning season," stated Coach
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lames Cannon Carter Cam bell, Robbie Holt, Steve David, Russel Arbo ost, Bruce ton, Richard Bello, and mana er Tom Heckman.
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practice, while Holt, Lewis, and Campbell lust stand around watching everyone else work. ,
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Girls' Volleyball in Second Year at WW
Compete in District Tournament, Finish Low
Under the supervision of Miss Gay
Addington, the Woodrow Wilson Girls'
Volleyball team completed its second sea-
son at Woodrow Wilson. This year's cap-
tain was Susan Ramirez. The girls com-
peted in eight season games with a l-7
record. The district tournament, consisting
of matches against W. T. White and
Thomas Jefferson High Schools, deter-
mined Woodrow's placement in the dis-
trict. The Wildcats finished 0-2 in the dis-
trict for the 1975 season.
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ball. Maria Fugitte stands ready to catch a possible
FRONT ROW: Melissa Dannelly, Alice Freeman, managers, Karen Abrams, Kelly Ramirez, Barbara Williams, and Coach Gay Addington. NOT PICTURED: Maria Fug-
Vermillion, Cherie Bynum, Martha Teer, Edilia Juarez. BACK ROW: Gayle Parish, itte, Tammy Patterson, and Shelia Turner.
Genell Bradley, Karen Peters, Patrice Mosley, Carolyn Dupree, Denise Jones, Susan
O. B. MATHIS AND DANNY HARRIS - FOOTBALL CAPTAINS. BRENT SYNDER AND GENIE DEGENHART - SWIMMING CAPTAINS.
I976 Sports Coptoins
Chosen by Teommotes
A For Position of Honor
DONALD COX STACY McVEY
TRACK CAPTAIN GOLF CAPTAIN
ALTON LISTER, DAVID ALLEN, SUSAN RAMIREZ AND JAMES CANNON
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- SOCCER CAPTAINS
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As our counlry advances, our pvoblems of democracy also Increase, Here
Mr. Gary Collet? discusses the nohon's problems wiih his P,O.D. class.
FACULTY I 29
Desegregation Occupies Bulk
of Administration Agenda
Another historical year was recorded in 1975-1976 for superin-
tendent Dr. Nolan Estes and the Dallas Independent School Dis-
trict. This was the year that firm action had to be taken on the
desegregation of Dallas Schools and adiustments made to institute
the new state-required quarter system for dividing the school year.
The Fifth Circuit Federal Court at New Orleans, after demanding a
desegregation plan, was given one by the school board on Sep-
tember 10, 1975. There were rumors that this plan involved the
closing of some schools, among which was Woodrow Wilson. The
students of Woodrow exhibited their deep concern in this matter by
signing a petition and taking part in a demonstration at the School
Administration Building. The Dallas School Board plan was reiected
by Judge William Taylor. Another plan was prepared and brought
to Taylor by October 15, 1975.
A new school district policy this year required every sophomore to
have the ability to swim before graduating. For those unable to
swim, a special course was set up to teach them. Despite the many
maior problems confronting the DISD administration, they were still
able to continue to operate the school sufficiently.
Visitors to Superintendent Dr. Nolan Estes' office are welcomed with a smile
Careful study is necessary before the school board makes an important decision.
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Wayne C. Pierce in his sixth year as Woodrow Wilson principal.
Pierce Pleased With Students,
Likes New Quarter System
Despite the many problems facing Woodrow Wilson this year, prin-
cipal Wayne Pierce still showed interest in faculty-student and stu-
dent-student relations. "Everyone is more equal," Mr. Pierce said,
adding that a happy medium has been reached between seniors,
iuniors, and sophomores. Mr. Pierce also expressed the opinion
that student relationships and attitudes along with the overall
atmosphere in the school were outstanding.
Commenting on the new quarter system at Woodrow and all state
schools, Mr. Pierce stated that he liked the system because he
believed the students would work harder for the reason that they
would receive only one grade per twelve-week quarter. He also
favors the present exemption plan for students who are absent a
bare minimum of days each quarter and considers it a "reward"
for loyal attendance and for passing the course. "lt gives some stu-
dents a few extra days off," he explained.
Mr. Pierce is acclaimed by his faculty and patrons as one of the dis-
trict's outstanding high school principals. He was vice-principal at
Woodrow Wilson from 1964 to 1969 and is now completing his
6th year as principal.
Excellence in lounge reporting earned for Mrs. Verline White a "spoof" award from
principal Pierce at the last faculty meeting.
FACULTY 1 31
Gain New Responsibilities
Both Assistant Principal Domingo Regalado and Resource Adminis-
trator Joel Haden said that the newly-imposed quarter system, with
its new minimum attendance requirements, has reduced absences
and tardies and that it will eventually become a better system than
the old semester plan. ln terms of disciplinary problems, Mr. Rego'
lado said he felt that this was "the best year" he has seen since he
came to Woodrow in 1973.
Mr. Haden's official title this year, Resource Administrator, carries
with it the responsibility of being the school registrar as well as
assistant principal. Mr. Regalado holds a new position with the
DISD also. He is in charge of the Biology Baseline, a new science
Resource Administrator Joel Haden emphasizes the need of being present at school
to an unidentified student.
DOMINGO REGALADO - B.S., M,Ed., Assistant
JOEL HADEN - B.A., M.A., Administrator's
certificate, Resource Administrator
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Mr. Regalado, having solved one problem with Mr. Pierce, seems to be encounter-
ing another iust outside the office.
MRS. MOZELLE NEWTON - B.S., M.A., Advisory
and Guidance Counselor
MRS. MARGARET WALKER - B.S., M.S.g Advisory
and Guidance Counselor
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MRS. HELEN BLAND - B.S.C.g Counselor's Clerk
MRS. DORIS GRAMMER - Counselor's Clerk
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ln a rare moment before the school day begins, counselors'Wolker and Newton and clerks Grammer and Bland
relax and enjoy a "humorous story."
New System Increases
With the loss this year of counselor Mary
Ann Thomas, the job of counseling stu-
dents was left to Mrs. Mozelle Newton
and Mrs. Margaret Walker. This loss, plus
the addition of the quarter system, placed
a greater work-load on the two remaining
counselors. Course requirements formerly
were counted in semester units, but under
the new plan they are measured by quar-
ters. The normal school year is three quar-
ters, since the summer quarter is optional.
Mesdames Newton and Walker confessed
that it was no easy matter translating the
old semester units into quarter equivalents.
However, they said they felt, along with
many other faculty members, that the
quarter system will be iudged an excellent
system because of its advantages for both
students lsuch as exemptionsl and teach-
ers lbetter planned work schedulesj.
Mrs. Mozelle Newton helps Barbara Williams plan her courses for this school year. It seems that senior Karen Matney cannot decide upon a course option that counse-
lor Margaret Walker offers her.
Attendance Responsibilities of
Staff Divided by Grade Levels
As in the past years, the attendance office was still in close cooper-
ation with Mr. Haden's and Mr. Regalado's offices. The primary
activities in this office included keeping check on the school's daily
attendance and the attendance of each pupil by periods. Permits
for leaving and returning to school were issued. Responsibilities for
each grade level were assumed by the staff. Mrs. Mary Ellis had
charge of the tenth grade, Miss Gloria Foley the eleventh grade,
and Mrs. Doris Erickson kept records on the twelth grade.
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Attendance Office helpers are: FRONT ROW: Martha Teer, Michelle Peavy, Gayle Wlllflfdf -l0Ck Schwen-
Parrish, Richard Franco, Geneva Degenhart. BACK ROW: Cheri Bynum, Gayland
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MRS. PHYLLIS WEGHORST
MRS. MARY ELLIS -f
Clerk, Attendance Office
Clerk, Attendance Office
MRS. BETTY JONES -
Data Processing Office
MISS GLORIA FOLEY -
Clerk, Attendance Office
Secretary Mrs. Weghorst works diligently to answer the needs of the students.
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Mns. ELAINE GREER- I - , '
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Woodrow Wilson "Delightful"
June I 975, marked the beginning of the first full year for Mrs. Phyl-
lis Weghorst as building secretary of Woodrow Wilson. She was
"Girl Friday" for Principal Wayne Pierce and general helpmate for
the entire school. Mrs. Greer was in charge of bookkeeping and
mimeographing for the school, and Mrs. Betty Jones' duties
included data processing.
Mrs. Weghorst said she feels that she has the best combination of
faculty and students possible. "This is the only school that is small
enough that you can know the names of every student." Mrs.
Weghorst also stated that she really enioys her work and is behind
the Wildcats all the way.
Mrs. Elaine Greer, office bookkeeper and cashier for five and a
half years, retired at the end of I975. Mrs. Nelda Kirk came in Jan-
uary to replace Mrs. Greer.
Every period of the day one or two stu-
dents came to the visual-aids office to
assist Mrs. Virginia Rogers perform the
many duties of the department. These
activities included ordering and receiving
films, setting up proiectors for teachers,
repairing machines, and the like. More
teachers used films this year to assist them
in their teaching, according to Mrs. Rog-
ers. Woodrow used pixmobiles lself-con-
tained screens and proiectorsl, whereas
most other schools use a special room for
viewing films. This practice has proved to
be very convenient and is welcomed by all
Proiectionist Workers are: FRONT ROW: Danny Harris, Anita Zapata, Vicki Deweese, Cindy Rodriguez, Robert
Whalen. BACK ROW: Scott Alford, Kevin Huff, Mrs. Rogers, Mr. Collett, Mr. Pierce.
Counselors' Workers are: FRONT ROW: Nancy Lankford, Carolyn Love, Jackie Green. MIDDLE ROW: Martin Lopez, Barbara N. Williams, Cindy Swett, Donna Williams,
Columbus Williams. BACK ROW: Kenyon Hiser, Lee Hyde, Cathy Calverley, Jerry Williams, Cliff Mann.
New Nurse, Aide Run Clinic, Study Hall Tutoring Successful
The clinic went through a few changes this
year. Mrs. Gwendlyn Diaz, the present
nurse, replaced Mrs. Gertrude Matsick,
who resigned last year. Her aid was Mrs.
Irene Molina. Mrs. Diaz worked with both
J. L. Long Jr. High and Woodrow and was
in the Woodrow clinic only three days per
A number of students who excelled in one
or more courses worked in Mrs. Connor's
study hall, tutoring others who needed
help. This system worked well this year,
Mrs. Connor said, as there were 29 stu-
dents tutoring and some 26 students being
tutored in subiects varying from English to
Mas. GLORIA coNNER- C
MRS. MARTHA NELSON -
MRS. GWENDLYN DIAZ -
BSN, RN, School Nurse
MRS. VIRGINIA ROGERS -
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NOT PICTURED: Lisa Jackson.
Which one should speak? Panel member Mike Dixon, tc whom Kenny Sturges is
pointing, or the unseen person in the Advanced Placement English class signaled by
Classics Called Must Reading,
New Workbooks Aid to Grammar
Classics such as SILAS MARNER, THE SCARLET LETTER, and IVAN-
HOE are essential reading for high school students, according to
Miss Marlene Mallewick, chairman of the English department.
Sophomore and iunior classes studied more grammar than litera-
ture, with the help of new workbooks. Senior English classes
included units on Greek drama and preparation for college-level
The grading system this year has been definitely affected by the
quarter system. "lt's a whole new experience and we don't have
any idea how it will turn out," said Miss Mallewick.
But the teachers did look forward to the evaluation, which takes
place every ten years by the Southern Evaluation Association of
Colleges and Schools. An outside team came to Woodrow April
21, to visit the classes and ask questions for a week.
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Ruth Ann Burton? Chuck Farmer, lleftl and Joe Jones, lcenteri are also on the panel
of poetry experts.
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Good communication is a goal ofthe English class in the Special Education room. April l
Dabney and Mrs. Lupo are role-playing in conducting an interview by telephone.
- MISS JUDY EPPRIGHT - B.A., M.Ed., Reading
I MRS. BARBARA HILL - B.A., M.Ed., English
Student Council Sponsor
l Placement English, Reading
Skating Club Sponsor
IProud of their Christmas edition, members of the sixth period iournalism class take
time out from their Christmas party to admire it.
MRS. MARGARET DUNLAP - B.A., M.A., English,
MISS HELEN ECKELMAN - B.A., M.A.g English,
MISS JANIS HARBU5 - B.A.g English, Journalism,
WILDCAT Adviser, Assistant Swim Coach
MISS MARLENE MALLEWICK -- B.S., M.S.g English,
MISS ANN McSPADDEN - B.A., M.A.7 Advanced
MRS. MARTHA TIMM - B.A., M.L.A., Senior
English, National Honor Society Co-Sponsor, Ice
Dramatizing Macbeth in class makes it more interest-
ing. Carla Healy, as one of the witches, seems to be
putting a curse on an unlucky classmate.
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Following the script while they listen to a recorded story, Victor Young and Kenneth
Castleberry, in reading class are improving their ability to listen and understand.
MRS. WILHELMINA BLEVINS - B.A., M.L.S.,
MR. J. WILLIAM BROWN - B.A., M.A., Honors
Mathematics, Senior Publication Sponsor
MR. HENRY CRENSHAW - B.A., M.S., Introduction
to Algel-WG, Physics, Chess Club Sponsor
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MR. DAVE MCCARTY - B.A., F.O.M., Algebra,
MR. STEVE SCOTT - B.A.f F.O.M., Mathematics,
MR. JAMES C. RILEY - B.S., M.Ed., Mathematics
.Iimmy Cunningham, Kathy Hall, and Tressie Ireland help make their Algebra bulle-
tin board more artistic.
Mrs. Lupo, Special Education instructor, supervises April Dabney in the use of blocks Calculators are the answer lor have the answerll for David Scott and Don Owen ir
for solving math problems. Mr. Brown's second period Trigonometry class.
Mutual help is legal in Mr. Riley's Algebra class. Here Cindy Rodriguez and Stacy
McVey put their heads together on a difficult problem.
Colorful folding rulers are used by Marco Reyes, Jimmy Echols, Doan Thi Tran,
students really know their polygons.
Quarter System, Calculators Affect
Math Grading, Instruction
With the new quarter system, the mathematics teachers over the
Dallas Independent School District began this year by deciding to
plan a "Baseline Curriculum" in math to assure continuation of
courses for students who were transferred within the district.
Students had a great deal of help from the use of calculators,
which affected mathematical activities. The use of the slide rule has
been dropped from the advanced courses, since calculators are
more accurate and faster. Mr. J. William Brown and Mr. James C.
Riley were asked if they had any obiection to students using the
calculators. They had none, but still insisted on the pupils' learning
the basics of math for both users and non-users of calculators.
"Some of the advanced students are taking night courses in com-
puter skills," Mr. Brown said.
No units or program has been developed for introducing the metric
system as yet. This will filter upward from the elementary mathe-
matics classes, the instructors said.
A new teacher was added to the mathematic staff this year, Mr.
Steve Scott, who teaches fundamentals of mathematics. Chairman
of mathematics is Mr. Brown, and other teachers are Mrs. W. Blev-
ins, Mr. H. Crenshaw, Mr. D. McCarty, Mr. S. Scott, and Mr. J.
Cheryl Williamson, and James Hardwick to demonstrate to Mrs. Blevins that the
Science Classes Have Access to Lab Materials in Classrooms
MRS. NOVA EVANS - B.S,, M.A., Biology,
Chemistry, Science Club Sponsor
MR. ROBERT GREEN -- B.S., M.Ed.g Biology,
Swimming Coach, Football Scout
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MR. JAMES KELLY - B.S., M.Ed., Biology, World
History, Soccer Coach, Student Council Sponsor
MRS. DAPHRENE MARTIN - B.A., M.A., Biology
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Posing as a biological problem, the grasshopper model is the center of interest to Cynthia Freeman, Mary Reyes,
and David Jackobowski.
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The advanced chemistry class intently observes the rapid oxidating magnesium as Mrs. Evans smiles through the smoke.
Mr. Green finds his wet pets good company during his off periods.
Science Teachers Concentrate on
'Baseline Document' Preparation
ln science classes, most of the '75-'76 school year was spent in
study and preparation of the Secondary Science Baseline, a new
science program to be introduced next year. A few of the ideas to
be stressed by this program are the uniformity of teaching methods
lteaching basically the same units at the same time throughout the
districtl and providing for more experiments in science classes. A
series of "mini-courses" will also be submitted to the school board
for consideration for use in all schools. Woodrow had many select
students in the advanced chemistry and physics classes. Several of
these students plan to take advance-placement tests to receive col-
Classroom instruction was not the only means by which students
learned science this year. Many students attended science symposi-
ums at Dallas' Bryan Adams and Kimball High Schools. Some stu-
dents also entered proiects in the county-wide Science Fair. Entries
from Woodrow Wilson were sponsored by the Science Club. Enter-
ing the fair was strictly voluntary.
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spring oscillations in physics lab experiment.
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in Social Studies Courses Length
Motivational activities were popular in social studies classes. Some
teachers used "question bee" team games and charades to teach
history. Others participated in discussion panels, field trips, and
special proiects. Mr. Bill Turner, department chairman was assigned
the responsibility of planning activities for the celebration of the
American Bicentennial. Several departments cooperated in making
various items such as a replica of the first United States flag, by the
homemaking department. The art department planned a program
of American music.
The introducing of the quarter system had its effect on the social
studies classes. The civics or American government courses this
year consisted of 24 weeks ltwo quartersl instead of I8 weeks lone
semesterl. The Texas history and Problems of Democracy classes
were cut to 12 weeks instead of the former length of one semester.
In order to take care of students who needed another quarter unit
or so, two new classes were created, taught by Mr. Paul Allen.
They were Urban Development and Latin American history.
Students enioy American history as taught by Mr. Lucious Newhouse. The contented
ones here are Bobbye Parker and Chuck Kirkbride.
Doon Tran, standing, a new student from South Vietnam, makes history, and geog-
raphy, more interesting for Joel Richerson, Vera Jackson, and Debora Maria Bell.
In Mrs. Bryant's sixth period World history class the pupils learn by playing Pass- l
word, Reading clockwise, they are: Elizabeth Landa, Dawn Faccilonga, Darryl Stew-
art, Kenneth Green, Vicki Bogus.
MRS. ETTA BRYANT - B.S., American History
MR. GARY COLLETT - B.S., M.L.A., American
History, P.O.D., Coach Varsity Backs, B-Team
Baseball, Key Club Sponsor
MR. ALTON HILL - B.S., M.Ed., World History,
Varsity Line Coach
MR. KEN KIMBRELL - B.S., Texas History, Head
MRS. MARILYN MCBRIDE - B.S., World History,
Psychology, Drama, Senior Sponsor
MR. LUCIOUS NEWHOUSE - B.S., M.S.,
American History, Physical Education, B-Team
Football, Head Track Coach
MR. DOYLE SMITH - B.A., M.A.p American
MRS. DORIS STRATTON - B.A., Latin, World
MR. WILLIAM TURNER - B.S., M.Ed., American
History, American Government
One proiect in the new Urban Development class was to study early Dallos - Larry Phinisee is shown displaying a map of the early village of Dallas to the class.
FACULTY I 45
New Fine Arts Teachers Join
Colleagues in Successful Proiects
Woodrow welcomed two new teachers to the faculty this year. Mr.
Phillip Cook replaced Mrs. Geraldine England in the art depart-
ment and Mrs. Marca Lee Bircher filled the position in the music
department vacated by Mr. Jerry McKinney.
Mr. Cook who taught formerly at Fred Florence Junior High School
in Dallas, teaches Art l, Il and Art Awareness. The creative depart-
ment head, Mrs. Lollie Tompkins, worked with students on Bicenten-
nial proiects, including the making of posters and paintings.
Mrs. Bircher came to Dallas from Abilene Christian College Metro-
center lDallas Campusl. She produced the Christmas choir pro-
gram, the musical "Oliver," and Bicentennial Music program. Band
director Randy Garmon stated that he had a very successful year
with the band and stage band. These two organizations performed
at the halftime of the football games and assisted in the assem-
blies. This year the band participated in the Fiesta Flambeau
Parade in San Antonio in April.
Skill and ability is what Carmen Esquivel has to have to hollow out her sculpture, as
Mrs. Tompkins looks over and supervises.
I 46 FACULTY
During a band rest period sophomore Paul Parks gets a close-up view of the gridiron
During their performance for the PTA, the stage band prepares for the next number.
Talented Students Flock to Art, Music Classes
MRS. MARCA LEE BIRCHER - B.S., M.M.E.p Choral
Music, Stogecraft, Music Theory
MR. PHILLIP COOK - B.5.g Art l, ll, Art Awareness
MR. RANDY GARMON - B.M.E.g Band, Marching
Band, Stage Band, Music for Today
MRS. LOLLIE TOMPKINS - B.F.A., M.A.g Art, Art
Choir members listen intently while Mrs. Bircher gives instructions for performing a scene in the Christmas musical, "A Happening."
MISS HELEN ECKELMAN - B.A., M.A.g Speech,
MRS. MARILYN McBRIDE - B.S., World History,
Psychology, Drama, Senior Sponsor, One-Act Play
MISS SARA STOVALL - B.S., M.A., Homemoking,
Red Cross Youth Sponsor
MRS. NANCY WILKINSON - B.S., Homemaking
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I 48 FACULTY
In Mrs. McBride's psychology class, Kevin Huff and Bruce Phillips try their coordina- tion in a reflex reaction quiz as Steve David and Chuck Farmer await their turn.
Drama, Stage Craft,
Students in the drama classes performed
scenes from classical plays, including some
Christmas plays and duet scenes. Psychol-
ogy, as was drama, was taught by Mrs.
Marilyn McBride. The students participated
in open discussions with outside speakers
of the SPARK Volunteer Program. This is a
special program for Additional Resources
of Knowledge. They covered such topics
as mental retardation, psychoanalysis,
and Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs.
ln homemaking this year, students were
involved with a Bicentennial program, in
which they made a replica of the Revolu-
tionary flag. The department acquired
several new sewing machines during the
year. Miss Sarah Stovall taught clothing
and family life and Mrs. Nancy Wilkinson
has the classes in foods and nutrition.
Stagecraft this year, was busy with the sets
for the musical "Oliver!" and with learning
special theater techniques. This popular
course lasted the full three quarters and
was taught by Mrs. Marca Bircher.
Making a backdrop for the musical is like painting on a ten-league canvas. These second period stage crew mem-
bers, Carla Healy, Tami Winchester, Melody Higgins, Kathy Hall, and Renee Workman have accepted this respon-
Two New Programs to Meet Students' Needs Added to Curriculum
MRS. HELEN ARDREY - B.A., M.A., Distributive Education,
DECA Club Sponsor
MR. ROYCE BULLARD - B.B.A., M.E., Vocational
MRS. MARYHELEN FEELEY - B.S.g Vocational Office
Education, Office Education Association, Sponsor
MRS. VELMA LUPO - B.S., Special Education
MRS. PEGGY JONES - B.S., HOCT Coordinator
MR. FLOYD MALONE - B.S.E., M.Ed.p Coordinated
Vocational Academic Education
MR. JOHN MITCHELL- B.S., M.Ed., Industrial Cooperative
MRS. RUTH STRUBLE - B.B.A., M.L.A.g Vocational Office
Education Lab, Office Education Association, Sponsor
A new class to assist the vocationally
handicapped was added to the Woodrow
Wilson curriculum in 1975. Mr. Royce Bul-
lard, coordinator, has classes in Voca-
tional Adiustment both at Woodrow and
Hillcrest. Some students in this course
attended a personal, social and work
adiustment class part of the day, and they
worked at a iob part time. Others were
involved in full-time employment. These
students will receive high school diplomas
when they satisfy the full-time work
ln its first year as a course at Woodrow,
the Special Education class was designed
to encourage the utilization of any instruc-
tional arrangement that would meet the
educational needs of individual students.
Under the course plan, the students in the
class remained in the same classroom all
day, where Mrs. Velma Lupo taught all
subiect areas. Eight of the I7 students
originally enrolled in the program were
moved to regular high school classes by
the year's end.
From the new Vocational Adiustment Class, Elizabeth Gayle Prince works 05 0 llCef1S9f-l b9f1U7'C'0n l
Heads and Threads," working on both human heads and on wigs
Slicing beef cuts appears to keep Dean leppert busy at Minyard's Grocery Store.
ln office education lab, Debra Marie Bell knows how to cut a mimeograph stencil
land also how to correct an errorl. Sophia Cordova and Tressie Ireland are picking
up some pointers.
Full Schedule Vocational Courses
Offered at Woodrow Wilson
Cooperative courses maintained a full schedule at Woodrow Wil-
son this year. These courses included Health Occupations Coopera-
tive Training lHOCTj, Vocational Office Education lVOEl, Industrial
Cooperative Training llCTl, Distributive Education iDEl, and Coordi-
nated Vocational Academic Education lCVAEl. ln these classes,
students would work half a day, after attending a theory voca-
tional class and other academic classes for half a day.
Students involved in HOCT were sent to hospitals, clinics, doctor's
offices, and other places dealing with health occupations. Mrs.
Peggy Jones coordinated this class.
For the second year, iuniors were placed in a preparatory class in
Vocational Office Education. These students, taught by Mrs. Ruth
Struble, will be ready to work in office situations next year. The
seniors, under the supervision of Mrs. Maryhelen Feeley, worked in
private offices, banks, secretarial pools, and the like.
Industrial Cooperative Training classes involved students working in
shop and construction skills. These students were sent by Mr. John
Mitchell, instructor, to plastic shops, automobile, and other shops.
This class also entered students in skills contests at district and
Following the death of D.E. instructor Mrs. Helen Ardrey in Janu-
ary, Woodrow Wilson acquired Distributive Education instructor,
Mr. Joseph Barnett. He came to Woodrow from Dallas' Carter High
School and was in business-personnel work before he became a
teacher. The DE students attended school classes in the mornings,
and in the afternoons, worked in department stores and shops.
These places of employment were newly entitled "training
stations" this year. The students under Mr. Barnett also operated a
school store in the front hallway of Woodrow during the last quar-
ter. The store offered for sale school supplies to the students.
Taught by Mr. Floyd Malone, the Coordinated Vocational Aca-
demic Education program entered its third successful year. This pro-
gram's plan was to assist students in finding iobs, such as restau-
rant help, building maintenance, and other services requiring less
skill than the other cooperative courses. There were two classes,
from which 32 students were employed in twenty firms in the Dallas
Attorney General's Ruling Upsets School Board Finances
Texas Attorney General John Hill ruled in
the fall of 1975 certain fees charged by
MS. GAY ADDINGTON - B.S., M.Ecl,, Physical
Education, Drill Team, Cheerleader Sponsor, Girl's
Volleyball Coach, Girl's Basketball, and Track Coach
public schools were unconstitutional
according to the Texas Constitution.
Among these fees were uniform, towel,
and lock fees for P.E. students. Students of
physical education were therefore, not
required to suit out in uniforms or to take
showers. Thus, it was conceivable for a girl
to participate in P.E. while wearing a long,
formal dress, although no unusual inci-
dents were reported.
Few changes occurred in Ms. Addington's
gym classes this year. There was the con-
tinuation of intramural sports which con-
sisted of basketball, volleyball, gymnas-
tics, tennis, and badminton.
Boy's P.E. was mostly a carryover from
last year with the "self-awareness for fit-
ness" program a dominant activity. New
additions to the P.E. curriculum were intra-
class flag-football and basketball tourna-
ments. A spring recreation program involv-
ing activities such as golf, tennis, weight-
lifting, and soccer followed the winter
activities itumbling, wrestling, and gym-
MR. ROGER ZACHARY - B.S., M.S., Boy's Physical
Education, American History, Coachg B Football and
In Coach Zachary's 4th period P.E. class, Darrell Stewart shows his classmates how to do a dive over four others.
Renee Workman and Carla Healy do not appear excited enough to be bowling for
dollars as they peer down their respective lanes in preparation for their effort.
ln an effort to balance herself on the uneven bars, E
Addington's assistance and direction.
lizabeth Rice requires Ms
l More Students Using Library Facilities
Striving to create an atmosphere of learn-
ing and creativity is still one of the library's
main concerns. Mrs. Mary Brown and her
assistant, Mrs. Doris Pierce, conducted
another successful Book Fair. According to
Mrs. Brown, the Book Fair has served two
purposes: To make money for the library
and to create a high interest in the library
This year the sales were most gratifying,
she added. This year the library also
ordered and received some new volumes,
ranging in subiect matter from insects to
auto mechanics. In Mrs. Brown's opinion,
more people used the library this year,
thanks to the availability of these and
other books and to the encouragement by
Library Workers are: Debra Lunberg, Suzanne Taylor, Donna Young, Sandra Woods, Linda Todd, Dianna Melton,
Mike McQuinney, Thomas Heckman, and Georgia Daniels. NOT PICTURED are: Raymond Abercrumbia, and Car-
MRS. MARY BROWN, B.L.S., Librarian
MRS. DORIS PIERCE -
Mrs. Pierce is glad to assist a student in checking out
Youth Action Center Staff Gives
Valuable Aid to Students, Families
The Youth Action Center was concerned with delinquent attend-
ance of students. The center worked closely with Jerry Johnson of 5.7-
The Dallas County Juvenille Department and Officer Bob Jones of
the Dallas Police Department. "To encourage good school attend-
ance, good behavior, and happy students is our goal," said Mr.
Billy Barnes, director.
The center also counseled students who were in trouble with the
police department. The staff helped to provide food and or clothing
Youth Action Center staff is from left to right: Officer Bob Jones, Mr. Jerry Johnso
with Mr. Barnes are Bob .lOrteS, Jose Servlrt, Gnd Jerry Johnson. counselor, and Mr. Billy Barnes, director. Not Shown: Mr. Jose Servin, counselor.
for needy families in the Woodrow Wilson area. Others working nl
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Mr. Jerry Johnson prepares reports on Woodrow Stu- Mr. Billy Barnes counsels with Chumley "Buck" Sessions about a problem.
dents in the youth action center.
I 54 FACULTY
Some Teachers Like to Travel,
Others Collect, Build Things
Woodrow Wilson teachers vary greatly in their choice of hobbies.
They range from Mr. James Kelly's dune buggies to Mr. J. William
Brown's antique book collection. Many teachers have an affinity
Woodrow's popular History instructor, Mr. William Turner twith a beard, yetlt, for world travel, Mrs, Martha Timm'5 recent visit to Austrqliq Qnd
proves he is a world traveler by posing in the Dolomite Mountains of Northern Italy. Miss Behy Parrenvs trip to Spain are examples
One of Woodrow Wilson's globe trotters is Mrs. Doris Stratton, right, shown here with her husband and others
having tea in a castle in Ruthin, Wales. The Strattons were named King and Queen for the evening.
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Mrs. Betty White instructs Philip Patton on how to set his margins correctly.
1 56 FACULTY
The students in Mrs. Verlene White's typing class rarely ever had a
boring day. Mrs. White planned numerous enioyable activities,
such as typing by music, mystery games, and typing games. The
students also worked hard to try to be Typist-of-the-Week. Mrs.
White was chosen an Outstanding Secondary Educator of America
for i975 and was placed in the T975 Outstanding Secondary Edu-
cators of America Yearbook for 1975. The typing classes this year
also received new equipment. Mrs. Betty White's typing class
received T5 new electric typewriters, and Mrs. Verlene White'sN
class received 14. Mrs.'Betty White stated that one of the goals this
year was to have two all-electric typing rooms, and this obiectivex
has almost been realized.
ln Mr. Bob Cargile's general and technical drafting classes, the stu-1
dents participated in the statewide Texas ASM drawing contest.'
Not only were the students interested in their regular class work,l
but they also found time to participate in the Young Designers'
Competition in January, sponsored by the Home and Apartment.
Builders Association. l
Senior Debbie Taylor works diligently to finish her typing assignment.
MRS. VERLENE wi-me - e.s., M.s., Typing
MRS. BETTY WHITE - B.S., M.L.A.p Typing I,
MRS. LENA ANDERSON 1 B.A., M.A.g Shorthand,
'Q' MR. BOB CARGILE - B.S., M.E., Drafting, Golf
Coach, Drafting Club
Jon Mock works on his entry in the Young Designers contest.
Students in 1 st period drafting work hard to finish their ossignment on time.
FACULTY I 57
Parking Lot, Custodial Staffs Make Work Schedule Changes
With the death of parking lot attendant Mr. Buster Coats, the park-
ing lots were faced with a problem situation this year. lt was solved
by having the east parking lot, originally under the supervision of
Mr. Coats, closed at 8:30 a.m., allowing the west lot to accept all
of the cars of people who came after first period. As a result,
attendant Mr. R. O. Stephenson often had an overflow of automo-
biles in his lot.
The custodians' shifts were slightly different from last year. The
morning shift worked from 7:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and the night
shift, from 2:30 p.m. ta ll:OO p.m. The morning shift was super-
vised by Mr. Grady Power, head custodian. The night shift supervi-
sor was Mr. Audie Horn.
Joe Willie Mitchell, custodian on the night shift, cleans up the hall for the umpteenth
time that day.
Preparing to begin the day's work, Mrs. Mary Parks reaches into her supply room
School Custodians are: STANDING: Mr. Grady Mr. Andrew Hernandez, and Mr. Joe Willie Mitchell
Power, head custodian, Mrs. Mary Parks, and Mr. BACK ROW: Mr. R. O. Stephenson, Mr. Willie
Audie Horn, night foreman. SEATED, FRONT ROW: McBride, Jr., and Mr. A. E. James.
Mrs. Reba Tenny, school dietitian, calculates the food budget for the day.
Inflation Takes Lunchroom Toll,
Dessert Removed from Plate Lunch
Desserts were made a separate item from the regular plate lunch
this year because of last year's price hike of sugar. Also, more milk
was sold in the cafeteria since the items sold in the vending
machines were sugar free. Inflation caused the price of the plate
lunch to be increased ten cents, from 456 to 556, with various
increases in other items also.
Pastry cook Mrs. Georgia Lewis prepares a day's dessert.
year's lunchraom staff is: lclockwise from leftj Ruby Williams, Irene ,Torrez,
Clitt, Linda Choice, Beulah Pryor, Mary Ellen Bailey, Reba Tenny ldietitianj,
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vogether in peaceful protest. Our school was not closed
needed solving. We've come cz long way: yet much remains to be done.
I 62 SOPHOMORE FAVORITES
Jorge Dominguez Greg Irvin
Lynn Ehrhordr Susan Loureo
Sophomores Get Into Everything
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Carol Norman, Diana Samudio, Shirley Matthews, and Sarah David try out for the 1976-77 drill team in the girls'
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David Fugitt, David Cunniff, and Lonnie Bransford
are reminded too many tardies will force them to stay
7th period in detention.
Sophomores in Mr. Allen's French class discuss each other's schedule.
Clapping enthusiastically Kelly Vermillion, Diane Gilmour, and Elizabeth Rice cheer the Wildcats
on in the weekly pep assembly.
Pep Assemblies Not Complete Without Sophomore Talent
Sophomores Annette Silvas Kelly Vermillion Jeanne Dolan and Lisa John
son await the starting gun before they begin their football battle on stage
with other eager participants
Absent Sophs, cmd Some Who Blinked, Go to J. L. Long for Pictures
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Mrs. Betty White instructs Philip Patton in how to type while reading from the typing book
instead of watching his keys as he types.
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at senior Louis Jasso. Monica Hartman and Carol Norman.
The Sophomore Honors English class takes interest in a film that Miss Mallewick has scheduled.
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Terron Jefferson finds fifth period D-company R.O.T.C. in conflict with his afternoon nap.
Bobbie Parrish completes the payment on the '76
Crusader. Mrs. LaNelda Kirk, the new school book-
keeper, is issuing the receipt in the principal's office.
Juniors Learn Ins and Outs ofthe Human Species
Brenda Graham and Judy Jones really know how to take you apart
Fugitt, Jack V
Juniors Yield to None in Loyalty to Wildcat Teams
Rodriguez, Cynthia A.
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Glenda Waddle has learned one of the cardinal rules of hall traffic: Watch that door! Gwen Williams is the young
lady in a rush.
Some Juniors Go Bock to Long Junior High for Make-up Pictures
Clutching a hall pass, Janet Fugitt has the freedom to
walk the halls during class along with her friend
Because ofa shortage of chemistry books, Nancy Taylor and Michelle Mock use the
same text to complete their assignment.
The photographer taking make-up pictures is doing his best to evoke a smile from
William Johnson, to no avail, it seems.
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1976 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Ken Sturges Mike Dixon Carlo Healy
Vice-President President Secretory
Bruce Phillips seems to have trouble with his cap and Kyle Rains comes to his aid by
making necessary adiustments.
Senior Committee Chosen to Plan
End-of-Year Activities for Grads
Preparing for the many activities planned for the graduating class
was a maior task of the Senior Committee for I976. The first of
their many important decisions concerned the selection of the grad-
uation invitations. Next on their busy schedule was the discussion
relating to the location of the baccalaureate ceremony. Equally
important on their agenda was the choice ofthe band which was to
perform for the long-awaited Senior Prom, which was held May 20,
1976, at Sheraton-Dallas Hotel.
SENIOR COMMITTEEMEN: Josie Gonzalez, Kyle Rains, Carolyn Storm, Mike Dixon, MVS- MC8"lde di5CU5595 PVOSPECTS for 0 band for the Pfom to be held MGY 20.
Bruce Phillips, Joe Sholden, Carla Healy, Ruth Ann Burton, Ken Sturges listen as
The Crusader would like to congratulate
the students presented in the following
pages for distinguishing themselves by
receiving certain awards and honors.
These students were honored by organiza-
tions not officially connected with the Dal-
las Independent School District.
chosen to perform in the Dallas Civic Ballet
SCOTT STORM TRACEY WHITELY
Chosen for inclusion in Who s Who in American High Schools Dallas Chapter Executive Secretary s Nominee
Drum Maior chosen for Dallas all-city
Bicentennial marching band. He also
received a PSAT letter of commendation.
184 WHO'S WHO
Chosen by Dallas Music Education Associ-
ation to be on the All-City High School
Won numerous top ratings in Dallas solo
and ensemble contest.
The single exception to the rule of includ-
ing in Who's Who only honors awarded
outside the Dallas School District is the
Executive Assistants program. They were
relieved from classes to assist various
executives in the city for one semester.
They included JOHN RIVARD, STEVE
EDWARDS, CARTER CAMPBELL, JOSIE
GONZALES, MARK MOORE, and PAUL
RUTH ANN BURTON
Was chosen to represent the Jane Douglas
Chapter of the Daughters of the American
Revolution in State Competition. She also
represented Woodrow Wilson in the
Exchange Club Competition.
Selected in lnterscholastic League Vocal competition were PAM
DUKE and LENIS HALEY for solo and DEANA HICKS, PAM DUKE,
and LENIS HALEY for ensemble competition. These people received
the highest rating possible. DEANA HICKS was presented a special
citation by the National Association of Jazz Educators for Out-
standing Musicianship and also participated in the vocal U.T.A.
Jazz Band Festival. LENIS HALEY was chosen for induction in
Who's Who Among American High School Students.
Music Department Honorees
Among the students in the Woodrow Wilson music department
were these who made Who's Who in American High Schools. They
were CAROLYN STORM, JOE SHOLDEN, and BEVERLY BRIN.
CAROLYN STORM received highest ratings in interscholastic
League vocal competition for ensemble. She also represented
Woodrow Wilson at Texas Girls' State. JOE SHOLDEN partici-
pated in the American Citizenship seminar and represented Wood-
row Wilson in Exchange Club Competition.
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BRONWYN REES and
Chosen for their scholastic ability and genuine interest in Biology
to participate in the Field Biology Program, sponsored by the
Dallas Museum of Natural History at Fair Park.
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Selected by Woodrow Counselors, PHIL
ROLLAND, CRIS COLBURN, MIKE
MCQUISTON, SERGIO DE LA GARZA,
KYLE RAINS, and JUAN COSTILLO
attended the American Citizenship Semi-
nar in Arlington. This seminar offered vari-
ous lectures in problems of democracy.
Was selected to attend the Texas Nuclear
Science Symposium in Austin. He was
sponsored by Dallas Power and Light
l86 WHO'S WHO
O. B. MATHIS
Was selected for the All-District Football
Team lFirst Team in l974I all three years
at Woodrow. He was also chosen as Run-
ner-up Sophomore of the Year in District
I2-AAAA, as well as First Alll-Metro Team
as a iunior.
Was selected Second Team All-District
Linebacker in 1975, by a Dallas Newspa-
Champion Speed Skater for Muscular Dystrophy
KEN STU RG ES
Y, Second Team All-District pitcher, chosen by Dallas Morning News
Chosen for All-Region Choir, through lnterscholasiic League
WHO'S WHO 187
ADAMS, DIANA SUE, June 14, 1958, Dallas, Texas. Mathematics, English,
Social Studies, Business. Office Education Association, Concert Choir, 3
years, Musicals. - AIMO, PATRICIA ANN, October 14, 1957, Dallas,
Texas. Mathematics, Business. Rifle Team Award, Service Award, Band Rib-
bon, Year Ribbon, Health Careers Club, Vice-President, Junior Achievement,
Vice-President, CounseIor's Office Helper, Library Council, Sweethearts,
WILDCAT Staff, Band. - AKIN, JOEL B., March 14, 1958, Dallas, Texas.
English, Mathematics, Science, Latin, Social Studies. Football Varsity and B
Squad, 2 Letters, Track Team, 2 Letters, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Ice
Skating Club, HAAG English, Harvard Proiect Physics, Completed Honors in
ALFORD, DON SCOTT, January 3, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Social
Studies, Vocational. Football, Varsity and B Squad, 1 Letter, Track Team,
Future Homemakers of America, Ice Skating Club, Office Education Associa-
tion, Visual Aid Office Helper, Sophomore Favorite Finalist, Junior Favorite
Finalist, Senior Favorite. - ALLEN, JOYCE. - ALVAREZ, LETICIA GARCIA,
January 29, 1958, Dallas, Texas. Second Lieutenant, Director of Army
Instruction Award, Senior Army Instruction Award, Drill Team Award, Serv-
ice Award, Academic Excellence Award, Academic Achievement Award.
ARBOGAST, RUSSELL MARTIN, May 8, 1958, Dallas, Texas. Social Studies,
Mathematics, English. Baseball, Varsity 2 Letters, Basketball, B Squad, Foot-
ball, Varsity and B Squad, 1 Letter, Track Team, 1 Letter, Future Homemak-
ers of America, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Rodeo Club, Visual Aids
Office Helper. - BAILEY, JOHN SHANNON, December 21, 1957, Dallas,
Texas. English, Mathematics, Foreign Language. DECA, Ice Skating Club. -
BALLARD, FRANCE. - BARBER, JENNY KAYE, September 12, 1957,
Frankfort, Kentucky. English, Social Studies, Commercial. Distributive Educa-
tion, Secretary, Treasurer. - BENAVIDEZ, HERBERT.
BENOIT, MONICA LOUISE, July 15, 1958, San Antonio, Texas. English,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies. Swim Team, 3 years, Future Home-
makers of America, HAAG English, Sweethearts, Ice Skating Club. - BEST,
DANNY DAVID, September 28, 1957, Albuquerque, New Mexico. English,
Science, Mathematics. Maior, Director of Army Instruction Award, Senior
Army Instructor Award, Drill Team Award, Rifle Team Award, Service
Award, Superior Cadet Award, Academic Excellence Award, Academic
Achievement Award, Scholastic Award, Pan-American Student Forum, Con-
cert Choir, All-School Play lStage Crewl, Musicals, 2 years - BIEN, KATHY.
Three Hundred Seniors Hopefully
Enter Woodrow for Last Year
BIENTENDORF, GUY ALAN, December 23, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies. Football, B Squad, Swim Team, 3
years, 1 Letter, Future Homemakers of America, Vice-president, Key Club, 3
years, Ice Skating Club, Harvard Proiect Physics, Cheerleader, Student
Council Representative, 3 years, Chairman, Human Relations, Junior Favor-
ite Finalist: Senior Favorite Finalist. - BLACKMON, JEFF. - BORDEN,
ELIZABETH ALLEANE, October 29, 1958, Galveston, Texas. English. Ice
BRADLEY, RANDY WAYNE, September 30, 1957, Dallas, Texas. Art, Eng-
lish, Science, Mathematics. Band, 2 years, Stage Band, 3 years, Dallas All-
City Marching Band. -- BREAULT, CAROL MARIE, June 24, 1958, Dallas,
Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science. Ice Skating Club,
TAHOS. - BREITZKE, CATHERINE F., May 28, 1958, Milwaukee, Wiscon-
sin. English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Vocational Office Education. Swim
Team, Manager, Future Homemakers of America, Office Education Associa-
tion, Ice Skating Club, Sweethearts.
BRIN, BEVERLY, August 7, 1958, Dallas, Texas. Spanish, English, Pan-Amer-
ican Student Forum, Secretary, Spanish, Mathematics, Science. Completed
Honors in English, National Honor Society, 2 years, Sweethearts, 2 years,
Head Captain, Concert Choir, 3 years, Accompanist, Musicals, 3 years,
Sophomore Favorite, Junior Princess Finalist, Senior Favorite Finalist. -
BROWN, TERRIE LYNN, November 7, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Social
Studies, Mathematics. Future Homemakers of America, Red Cross, Secre-
tary, Health Careers Club, Health Occupations Cooperative Training -
Area III Secretary, Clinic Office Helper. - BUBECK, HARRY LEROY, Janu-
ary 14, 1957, Princeton, New Jersey. English, Social Studies, Business, Sci-
ence. Lieutenant Colonel, Director of Army Instruction Award, Senior Army
Instructor Award, Drill Team Award, Service Award, Superior Cadet Award,
Academic Excellence Award, Academic Achievement Award, Scholastic
Award, Office Education Association, 2 years.
BURLESON, DEBRA RUTH, October 1, 1957, Madisonville, Texas. English,
History. Office Education Association, 2 years, Ice Skating Club, 2 years. -
BURTON, RUTH ANN, November 21, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies, Science. French Club, Pan-American Student Forum
Historian, 2 years, Science Club secretary-treasurer, Ice Skating Club, Pan-
American Student Forum Convention Delegate, 2 years, Life Leadership Lab,
Office Helper, Attendance, Honors Physics, Library Council, National Honor
Society, Secretary 2 years, Bible Award, 2 years, Sweethearts, 2 years,
Captain, Student Council Representative, Chairman, 2 years, Crusader
Staff, 2 years, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Concert Choir, I year, Musical, 1 year,
Senior Committee, Completed Honors in Math, Chemistry, English, S.M.U.
High School Journalism Workshop, Senior Favorite Finalist. - BUTLER,
CAIN, NANCY, May 15, 1958, New Orleans, Louisiana. English, Social
Studies, Mathematics, Science. Swim Team, Little Theatre, Clinic Helper, Ice
Slgating Club, Office Helper, Concert Choir, 2 years, Musical. - CAMPBELL,
FRANKLIN CARTER, March 20, 1958. Austin, Texas. English, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies, Latin. Key Club, HAAG English, National Honor
Society, Executive Assistant Program. - CLEMENTS, LISA ANNE, Septem-
ber 11, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies. Future
Homemakers of America, Office Helper.
SENIORS 1 89
COATS, PAM. - COLBERT, RICHARD ALAN, January 6, 1958, Dallas,
Texas. English. Sergeant, Director of Army Instruction Award, Senior Army
Instructor Award, Rifle Team Award, Service Award, Academic Excellence
Award, Academic Achievement Award, VICA Club, President, English Hon-
ors Class. - COLBURN, CHRISTOPHER BINGHAM, March 17, 1958, Dal-
las, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Business, Science. Chess
Club, 2 years, President, Library Helper, HAAG English, Harvard Proiect
CONE, MARY JEAN, May 25, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Social Studies.
Future Homemakers of America, Red Cross, DECA Club, 2 years, Bible
Award, 2 years, Program for PTA. - COOPER, BARBARA. - CONWAY,
CAROL ANN, December 26, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics,
Social Studies, Science. Ice Skating Club, 2 years, HAAG English, Library
Council, Sweethearts, 2 years, Outstanding Sweetheart of the Week,
Crusader Staff, Senior Favorite Finalist.
CORDER, TIMOTHY. - COSTELLO, CYNTHIA DEANNE, October 15,
1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Social Studies. Basketball, 2 years, Tennis
Team, OEA. - COSTELLO, PHILIP, R., October 15, 1957, Dallas, Texas.
Social Studies. Choir, Concert Choir, 3 years, Musicals, 3 years.
COSTELLO, TIMOTHY PAUL, October 15, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English,
Mathematics, Social Studies, Science. Tennis Team, Pan-American Student
Forum, Treasurer, Ice Skating Club, Cheerleader Finalist, Concert Choir, 3
years, Musicals, 3 years. - COX, DONALD EARL, September 18, 1957,
Dallas, Texas. English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Latin. Track
Team, 3 years, 3 letters, Ice Skating Club. - CRISWELL, KAREN ANN,
November 14, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Science, Mathematics, Social
Studies. Counselors Office Helper, Gym Office Helper, Completed Honors in
Mathematics, Cheerleader Finalist, Sweethearts, Ice Skating Club.
DANNELLY, MELISSA LANE, April 16, 1959, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies. Basketball, Manager, Track Team, 1 Letter, Volley-
ball, Manager, Ice Skating Club, Gym Office Helper, HAAG English, SEN-
IOR PUBLICATION Staff. - DAVID, STEVEN ANTOINE, July 11, 1958,
Austin, Texas. English, Social Studies, Mathematics. Baseball, Varsity, 3 Let-
ters, Football, Varsity and B Squad, 1 Letter, Swim Team, 3 years, 1 Letter,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, French Club, Vice-President, Key Club,
Treasurer, Senior Favorite Finalist. - DAVISON, CHESTER LEE, September
18, 1957, Dallas, Texas. Mathematics, English, Social Studies, Business.
Basketball, B Squad, Football, Varsity and B Squad, 2 Letters, Future Home-
makers of America, OEA, Visual Aid Helper.
Civics Classes Required Study,
Prove Great Leveler for Seniors
DEES, THERSEA LUWYNDA, June 15, 1958, Ft. Worth, Texas. English,
Social Studies, Science, Art. TAHOS, Historian. - DEGENHART, GENEVA
MARIE, April 22, 1958, Phoenix, Arizona. English, Social Studies. Swim
Team, Captain, 2 Letters, Attendance Office Helper, HAAG English. - DE
LA GARZA, SERGIO RODRIGUEZ, October 2, 1956, Reynosa, Tamaulipas,
Mexico. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Spanish. Maior,
Director of Army Instruction Award, Senior Army Instructor Award, Drill
Team Award, Service Cadet Award, Academic Excellence Award, Academic
Achievement Award, Scholastic Award, Color Guard, Soccer Team, Cap-
tain, 3 Letters, French Club, 2 years, Science Club, American Citizenship
Center Seminar, ESAA, Big Bend Tour, Life Leadership Lab, Student Council
Representative, Crusader Staff, Sports.
DE WEESE, VICKI LYNN, July 4, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Social Stud-
ies, Mathematics, Business. FHA, Ice Skating Club, Sophomore Favorite
Finalist, Cheerleader Finalist, Homecoming Duchess Finalist, Homecoming
Princess Finalist, Visual Aids Helper, 2 years, Senior Favorite Finalist. --
DIXON, MICHAEL DREW, March 3, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies, Science. FHA, French Club, President, Science Club, 2
years, Harvard Proiect Physics, Completed Honors in English, Mathematics,
Science, National Honor Society, 2 years, President, Crusader Staff, Aca-
demics Editor, Senior Committee, Senior Class President, Sophomore Favor-
ite, Junior Favorite Finalist, Senior Favorite, Advanced Placement English,
Mathematics. - DOEDEN, SHIRLEEN.
DORLACHER, MARK. - DUKE, PAMELA JUNE, October 5, 1957, Augs-
burg, Germany. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Drafting. Little Thea-
tre, Pan-American Stu. Forum, State Convention, Health Careers Club,
HAAG English, Winner, Solo and Ensemble Contest, Sweethearts, Stu.
Coun., WILDCAT Staff, Concert Choir, 2 years, Madrigals, Musicals, 3
years, Ice Skating Club, Homecoming Princess Finalist, ESAA, 2 years. -
EDWARDS, STEPHEN EARL, September I9, 1957, Lawton, Oklahoma. Eng-
Iish, Math, Spanish, Science. Pan-American Stu. Forum, 3 years, State
Conv., 3 years, Dallas PASF, Rep. and V. Pres., Key Club, Science Club, 2
years, Completed Honors in English, Math, Science, Spanish, Harvard Pro-
iect Physics, Nat. Hon. Soc., 2 years, Cheerleader, Stu. Coun. Rep., 3 years,
Operations Comm., Chrmn, Crusader Staff, 2 years, Co-Ed.-in-Chief, Soph.
Fav. Finalist, Jr. Fav., Life Leadership Lab, Human Relations Comm., Adv.
Placement English, Exec. Asst. Prog., Adv. Placement Math., Sr. Fav. Final-
ENDEL, ELIZABETH. - FACCILONGA, NANETTE, July 9, 1958, New York,
New York. Social Studies, English, Science. Future Homemakers of America,
2 years, Health Careers Club. - FARMER, JAY CHARLES, July 7, 1958,
Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science. Baseball, Var-
sity, 1 Letter, Basketball, Varsity, 2 Letters, Football, B Squad, Track Team,
FCA, French Club, Key Club, Completed Honors in English, Mathematics,
Advanced Placement, English, Mathematics.
FERGUSON, INGRID EILENE, Feburary 9, 1958, Frankfurt, Germany. Eng-
lish, Social Studies, Homemaking. Volleyball, 1 Letter, Future Homemakers
of America, 3 Years, CVAE, Library Helper. - FICKLEN, ROBERT FIELDING,
February 8, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics. DECA Club, HAAG
English. - FLORES, ROBERT VERDIN, January 19, 1958, Robstown, Texas.
English, Social Studies, Mathematics. Sergeant First Class, Director of Army
Instruction Award, Senior Army Instructor Award, Service Award, Band Rib-
bon, Academic Excellence Award, Academic Achievement Award, ESAA,
DISD Solo, 3 years, Tri-State Solo, Student Council Representative, Human
Relations Committee, Band, Assistant Drum Maior, Musicals, Orchestra,
Stage Band, 2 years, Marching Band,,3 years, Concert Band, 3 years.
FOLSOM, LESLIE MARION, August 12, 1958, Wichita Falls, Texas. English,
Mathematics, Social Studies, Foreign Language. Swim Team, Manager, Ice
Skating Club, 2 years, Attendance Office Helper, HAAG English, SENIOR
PUBLICATION Staff, Homecoming Queen Finalist. - FORT, CYNTHIA
JANE, June 24, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies,
Homemaking. Future Homemakers of America, 3 years, Red Cross, Youth,
Proiect Chairman, Health Careers Club, Junior Achievement, Attendance
Office Helper, Homecoming Queen Finalist. - FRANCO, RICHARD JR.,
September 24, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
Football, Varsity and B Squad, 1 Letter, Future Homemakers of America,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes, OEA, Attendance Office Helper, Musicals,
FRAZIER, DEBRA. - FUGITT, SHIRLEY ELAINE, April 2, 1958, Leonard,
Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Latin, Business. Future Home-
makers of America, Homecoming Queen, Attendance Office Helper, HAAG
English, Sweethearts, 2 years, Outstanding Sweetheart of the Week, Out-
standing Senior Sweetheart, Red Cross Representative. - FULLER,
SUSANNA, January 16, 1958, Beaumont, Texas. English, Mathematics,
Social Studies, Science. Ice Skating Club, OEA, HAAG English.
GARCIA, JUAN FLORES, April 22, 1957, Harlingen, Texas. English, Mathe-
matics, Science, Social Studies. Football, Varsity and B Squad, 1 Letter,
Track Team, 2 years, 2 Letters. - GARZA, DIANA, January 22, 1958,
Edinburg, Texas. Social Studies, Spanish, Art, English. Soccer Team, OEA.
- GILBERT, VIRGINIA CAMILLE, September 23, 1957, Dallas, Texas. Eng-
lish, Social Studies, Business. Health Careers Club, Clinic Helper, Bible
Award, Sweethearts, 2 years, Ice Skating Club, 2 years.
GOLDEN, MARILYN, March 1, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics,
Social Studies, French, Science. Counselors Office Helper, English, Mathe-
matics Science Honors Classes, Completed Honors in English, Mathematics,
Science, National Honor Society, 2 years. - GONZALEZ, JOSEFINA,
March 19, 1958, Havana, Cuba. English, Social Studies, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science. Little Theatre, 2 years, Science Club, Life Leadership
Lab, HAAG English, Library Council, Sweethearts, Manager, Student Coun-
cil Representative, 3 years, Election Committee Chairman, Crusader Staff, 2
years, Editor of Organizations, Executive Assistant Program, Senior Commit-
tee. - GRAHAM, MIKE.
Seniors Play Important Part at Games,
Sometimes Pulling Prize Boners
No, Kenyon Hiser did not eat the "whole thing." Instead, he
displays the boner award he "won" during a half-time per-
GRAVES, KATHRYN SUE, July 16, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Social
Studies, Spanish, Business. Office Education Association, 2 years. -
GREEN, JACGUELINE, DENISE, August 28, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English,
Social Studies. Future Homemokers of America, Attendance Helper, Counse-
lor Helper, HAAG English, Cheerleader, Red Cross, publicity chairman,
Band. - GRIFFIN, SONDRA KAY, November 24, 1957, Dallas, Texas.
English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies. Swim Team, 2 years, Ice
Skating Club, OEA.
GRUMBINE, LISA. - GUNTER, RIVA ANN, December 11, 1956, Dallas,
Texas. English, Math, Social Studies. Future Homemaker of America, 2
years, Red Cross, DECA Club, Choir, 3 years, All-School Play, Musicals, 2
years. - GUY, LEIGH ANN, February 6, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English,
Mathematics, Social Studies. DECA Club, 2 years.
HALEY, LENIS CARL, December 2, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathemat-
ics, Social Studies. Little Theatre, Ice Skating Club, lnterscholastic League
Vthnner, Solo and Ensemble, 1st Rating, Concert Choir, 3 years, Musicals, 3
years. - HALL, KATHY, August 6, 1958, Baltimore, Maryland. Little Thea-
tre, TAHOS, Ice Skating Club, SENIOR PUBLICATION Staff, Musical, Stage-
craft. - HALL, REBECCA.
SENIORS 1 93
HARDWICK, NANCY LOUISE, November 1 1, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English,
Social Studies, Science. Little Theatre, French Club, Health Careers Club,
English, Science, Mathematics Honors Classes, Library Council, Cheerleader,
Student Council Representative, Crusader Staff, Sophomore Favorite Final-
ist, Homecoming Duchess Finalist, ESAA. - HARSHBARGER, TIMOTHY
DEAN, August 28, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Social Studies. Football,
Varsity and B Squad, 1 Letter, Visual Aids Helper. - HARRIS, DANIEL
WADE, July 29, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Social Studies. Basketball, B
Squad, Football, Varsity and B Squad, 2 Letters, Team Captain, Future
Homemakers of America, OEA, Visual Aid Helper, Ice Skating Club.
HARTMANN, EILEEN MARY, June 21, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies. FHA, 2 years, Red Cross, Ice Skating Club, Sweet-
hearts, SENIOR PUBLICATION Staff, Concert Choir, Musicals. - HEALY,
CARLA, September 15, 1958, Dallas Texas. English, Social Studies. Scho-
lastic Award, Little Theatre, HAAG English, Concert Choir, Musicals, Stage-
craft, Senior Class Secretary, Senior Committee, Student Directory Cover
Design. - HENDERSON, DAVID.
HICKS, DEASAL LYNN, September 25, 1958, Omaha, Nebraska. English,
Spanish, Social Studies. Little Theatre, Vice-President, Pan-American Student
Forum, Health Careers Club, Secretary and President, 2 years, English Hon-
ors Class, Band, 2 years, Concert Choir, 3 years, Musicals, 3 years. - HILL,
CHARLES A. - HIRSCH, DEBORAH LOUISE, August 26, 1958, Aspen, Col-
orado. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science. Little Theatre, Health
Careers Club, TAHOS Club, ESSA, Spanish, English Honors Classes, Library
Council, Cheerleader Alternate, Sweethearts, Crusader Staff, Sophomore
HISER, JAMES KENYON, August 8, 1958, Indianapolis, Indiana. Science,
English, Mathematics, Social Studies. Director of Army Instruction Award,
Senior Army Instructor Award, Drill Team Award, Service Award, Band Rib-
bon, Superior Cadet Award, Academic Excellence Award, Academic
Achievement Award, Scholastic Award, Chess Club, Ice Skating Club, Coun-
selors Helper, Completed Honors in Mathematics, English, Science, Harvard
Proiect Physics, National Honor Society, 2 years, SENIOR PUBLICATION
Staff, Band, Orchestra, Concert Choir, 2 years, Musicals, 2 years, Drum
Maior. - HOEFNAGEL, CINDY CHEREE, February 23, 1958, Dallas,
Texas. English, Social Studies, Art. Little Theatre, Ice Skating Club. -
HOFFMAN, KIMBERLY JEAN, October 26, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English,
Mathematics, Social Studies, Science. Track Team, French Club, Health
Careers Club, Sweethearts, Concert Choir, 3 years, All-School Play, Musi-
cols, 2 years.
Seniors Led by Energetic Officers,
Spring Activities Require Much Planning
Class president Mike Dixon contemplates possible plans for spring activities.
HOLSTUN, FRANCES ANNE, April 17, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Social
Studies, Business, Science. Track Team, Ice Skating Club, 2 years, Sweet-
hearts, 2 years. - HOLT, ROBERT HENRY, November 10, 1957, Dallas,
Texas. English, Mathematics, Science. Football, Varsity and B Squad, 1 Let-
ter, Swim Team, 2 years, Key Club, 3 years, Vice-President, HAAG English,
Student Council, Advanced Chemistry. - HOPKINS, LINDA GAY, July 23,
1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Social Studies, Art, Mathematics. Office Edu-
HOUGH, CONSTANCE LEA, January 12, 1958, Weisbaden, Germany.
English, Social Studies, Art. Little Theatre, Ice Skating Club. - HUFF, KEVIN
CLARK, November 5, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, History, Mathematics,
Business. Baseball, Varsity, 2 years, 2 Letters, Football, Varsity and B
Squad, 1 Letter, Future Homemakers of America, OEA, Ice Skating Club,
Visual Aid Office Helper, Sophomore Favorite Finalist, Senior Favorite Final-
ist. - HUGHES, DONALD.
HUGHES, MIKE. - IMHOOF, NELL. - HERNANDEZ, RACHEL, February 6,
1958, Kaufman, Texas. English, Social Studies, Art. Director of Army
Instruction Award, Rifle Team Award, Athletic Ribbon, Academic Excellence
Award, Academic Achievement Award, Scholastic Award, Soccer Team, 2
years, Future Homemakers of America, 2 years, Red Cross, 2 years.
IRVIN, JEFF PATRICK, May 19, 1958, Clarksville, Tennessee. English. DECA
Club. - JACKSON, BONNIE ANN, September 28, 1957, Dallas, Texas.
English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Latin, Science. - JACKSON, KEN-
NETH DALE, January 11, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social
Studies. TAHOS Club.
JASSO, LUIS, June 21, 1957, Monterrey, N. L., Mexico. English, Mathemat-
ics. Soccer Team, 1 Letter. - JOHNSON, ALBERT S. - JOHNSON, WAL-
LACE JR., December 8, 1957, Dallas, Texas. Football, Varsity, 2 Letters,
Track Team, 1 Letter.
JONES, JOE DEGANLEY, November 14, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English,
Mathematics, Social Studies, Spanish, Science. Swim Team, 3 years, 2 Let-
ters, English, Mathematics, Spanish, Honors Classes, Completed Honors in
English, Mathematics, National Honor Society, 2 years. - JONES, LINDA
KAY, November 25, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social
Studies. Ice Skating Club, Counselors Office Helper, Clinic Helper, Band. -
KADANE, JEANNINE, May 30, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics,
Science. HAAG English, National Honor Society, 2 years, Outstanding
Sweetheart of the Week, Sweethearts, 2 years.
LANGE, LINDA ANNE, August 24, 1958, Bayonne, New Jersey. English,
Social Studies, Art. Little Theatre, Ice Skating Club, HAAG English, National
Honor Society, 2 years. -- LEON, CATHY. - LONG, ROYCE GLENN,
November 2, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Science, Social
LOPES, ANNE1'I'E, July 8, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social
Studies, Science. Tennis Team, 2 years, Future Homemakers of America, Red
Cross, Project Chairman. - LOPEZ, CYNTHIA, May 24, 1957, Dallas,
Texas. Spanish. Swim Team, 3 years, 1 Letter, Soccer Team, 2 years, Health
Careers Club. - LOVE, CAROLYN DENISE, October 12, 1957, Linden,
Texas. English, Social Studies, Art, Mathematics. Basketball, Counselors
Office Helper, 2 years, P.E. Office Helper, Student Council Representative, 3
years, WILDCAT Staff.
Seniors Triumphantly Take Over
Auditorium Balcony at Assemblies
LUNDBERG, DEBRA ANN, November 6, 1957, Douglas Wyoming. English,
Spanish, Science, Social Studies, Math. Ice Skating Club, Library Helper,
HAAG English, Field Biology, Sweethearts, Manager. -MCCALLUM,
LARRY BYAN, March 10, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social
Studies, Science. Future Homemakers of America, Key Club, Honors Class,
Mathematics. - MCCOY, JULIE MARIE, August 14, 1958, Dallas, Texas.
English, Mathematics, Spanish, Social Studies. Pan-American Student
Forum, 2 years, HAAG English, National Honor Society, 2 years, Cheer-
leader, Student Council Representative, 2 years, Crusader Staff, Musical,
Junior Favorite Finalist, Junior Homecoming Princess, Senior Queen Finalist,
Senior Favorite Finalist.
MCQUISTON, MICHAEL CHRIS, November 12, 1958, Ft. Worth, Texas.
English, Mathematics, Latin, Science, Social Studies. Golf Team, 3 years, 2
letters, Chess Club, 3 years, Vice-President, Treasurer, Allied Youth, 2 years,
Ice Skating Club, Counselor Helper, HAAG English, 3 years, Completed
Honors in Math. - MACH, HENRY ALLEN, April 23, 1957, Dallas, Texas.
Vocational. Football, B Squad, 1 Letter, VICA Club, Vice-President. -
MACK, JONATHAN NEAL, December 16, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English,
MANN, CLIFTON RAY, October 14, 1957, Ft. Worth, Texas. Little Theatre,
Industrial Arts, Ice Skating Club, 2 years, Counselor Helper, WILDCAT Staff,
Concert Choir, 3 years, Musical. - MANN, STEVEN L., September 9,
1958, Athens, Texas. English, Social Studies. Band, Stage Band, Concert
Band, 3 years, Concert Choir, 2 years, Musicals, 2 years. - MATNEY,
KAREN RUTH, February 18, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics,
Social Studies. Ice Skating Club, Student Council Representative, 2 years,
Secretary, WILDCAT Staff, SENIOR PUBLICATION Staff, Concert Choir, 3
years, Musicals, 3 years, Junior Favorite, Senior Class Favorite.
MEERS, MARTHA. - MESSERSCHMITT, KURT J., July 10, 1958, Fort Col-
lins, Colorado. English, Mathematics, Science. Science Club, Ice Skating
Club, Crusader Staff, Photographer. - MIHAL, ANTHONY DAVID, May
12, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science.
Director of Army Instruction Award, Senior Army Instructor Award, Service
Award, Superior Cadet Award, Academic Excellence Award, Academic
Achievement Award, Scholastic Award, Year Ribbon, Science Club, HAAG
English, Harvard Proiect Physics.
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MILTENBERGER, GEORGE. - MOORE, JOHN MARK, February 19, 1958,
New Orleans, Louisiana. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science. Ten-
nis Team, 3 Letters, Future Homemakers of America, Science Club, Ice Skat-
ing Club, HAAG English, Student Council, Concert Choir, 2 years, Executive
Assistant Program, Tutoring Program. - MOORE, LOU ANN, January 3,
1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies. Swim Team, 1
Letter, French Club, Secretary, OEA, Ice Skating Club, Sweethearts, Senior
Favorite Finalist. - .
MORA, J. RICHARD, October 13, l958, Alexandria, Louisiana. Social Stud-
ies, Mathematics, English. First Lieutenant, Director of Army Instruction
Award, Senior Army Instructor Award, Service Award, Academic Excellence
Award, Academic Achievement Award, Ice Skating Club, TAHOS, President,
First Place Area TAHOS Skills Contest, Student Council. - MORRISON,
RICHARD WAYNE, January 22, 1958, Sulphur Springs, Texas. English,
Social Studies, Art. Football, Varsity and B Squad, Future Homemakers of
America, VICA Club, Harvard Proiect Physics, Red Cross Representative. -
MORGAN, LISA. -MORTON, DAVID, April 20, 1958, Dallas, Texas. Eng-
lish, Social Studies. - MOSELEY, DOROTHY HELEN, July 29, 1958, Dallas,
Texas. English, Spanish, Mathematics, Social Studies. Little Theatre, Pan-
American Student Forum, 3 years, Science Club, Ice Skating Club, English,
Spanish, Science Honors Classes, Completed Honors in English, Sweet-
hearts, Manager, SENIOR PUBLICATIONS Staff, Chairman, Concert Choir,
3 years, Musicals, 3 years.
lrked at the furniture movers, Melissa Dannelly is determined to finish her assignment, using
the floor as the only table available.
Seniors Are a Determined Lot,
Some Even Insist on Working
MOSSEY, DAVID. - MURPHREE, NANCY G., June 6, 1958, Dallas, Texas.
Mathematics, English, Social Studies. - NEIKIRK, JOHN WILLIAM, June 8,
allas, Texask .., Jvvskjvll
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NELSON, VICTORIA. - OLIVER, JAMES. - OLIVER, JO DELL, January
13, 1959, Waco, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Spanish, Sci-
ence. Sweethearts, Concert Choir, 3 years, Musicals, 2 years.
OWEN, DONALD HALLIDAY, November I, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English,
Mathematics, Social Studies, Science. Baseball, Varsity, 2 Letters, Football,
Varsity and B Squad, 2 Letters, French Club. - OWENS, LINDA MARIE,
November 3, 1956, Commerce, Texas. English, Mathematics, Business,
Social Studies, Science. - PARKER, JAMES TERRY, March 1, 1958, Dallas,
Texas. Science, English, Social Studies, Mathematics. Future Homemakers of
America, Secretary, Key Club, 2 years, Senior Board Director, Science Club,
2 years, President, Executive Assistant Program, Ice Skating Club, HAAG
English, Completed Honors in Chemistry, Cheerleader, Athletic Trainer, Life
Leadership Lab, Tutoring Award, 2 years.
PATTERSON, TAMMY KAY, February II, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English,
Social Studies, Science. Track Team, I Letter, Volleyball Team, 3 Letters,
TAHOS Club, Concert Choir, Musicals. - PESINA, SALLY. - PAVEY,
DAVID S., October 2, 1954, Dallas, Texas. Vocational.
PEIROS, HAZEL BEATRICE, December 20, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English,
Social Studies, Health Occupations. TAHOS Club, 2 years, Volunteer of the
Year for 1975. - PHILLIPS, BRUCE EDWARD, June 16, 1958, Dallas,
Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science. Baseball, Varsity, 2
Letters, Football, Varsity and B Squad, 2 Letters, Track Team, 1 Letter, Fel-
lowship of Christian Athletes, President, French Club, 2 years, Science, Eng-
Iish, Mathematics Honors Classes, Harvard Proiect Physics, Completed Hon-
ors in Mathematics, English, Student Council, President, Advanced Place-
ment Mathematics, Senior Committee. - QUALLS, RICKY.
SENIORS 1 99
RAINS, JAY KYLE, March 11, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Social Studies,
Art, Architectural Drafting, Mathematics. Little Theatre, Program Committee,
Pan-American Student Forum, 3 years, Vice-President, Delegate to State
Convention, 3 years, Key Club, Science Club, Ice Skating Club, Texas Indus-
trial Arts Students Association, Treasurer, Steering Committee, Completed
Honors in English, Solo and Ensemble Contest, Cheerleader Finalist, SENIOR
PUBLICATION Staff, Chairman, Concert Choir, 2 years, Musicals, 2 years,
Senior Committee Advanced Placement English, American Youth Citizenship
Seminar, North Texas Freedom Forum, Senior Favorite Finalist. - RAMI-
REZ, AMELIA MUSQUIZ, August 20, 1957, Robstown, Texas. Art, Social
Studies, Mathematics, English, Spanish. - RAMIREZ, ANTHONY ANTO-
NIO, February 12, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Drafting.
RAMIREZ, SUSAN MARY, January 8, 1958, San Angelo, Texas. Basketball,
2 Letters, Soccer Team, 2 Letters, Volleyball, 1 Letter, P.E. Office Helper, 2
years. - RAMOS, PATRICIA, August 3, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English,
Homemaking, Social Studies. Future Homemakers of America, Office Educa-
tion Association. - REES, BRONWYN, September 13, 1957, Dallas, Texas.
English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies. Science Club, English, Mathe-
matics Honors Classes, Field Biology, National Honor Society, 2 years, Con-
cert Choir, Musicals, Ice Skating Club, 2 years.
REYES, TONY A., June 12, 1957, Guatemala City, Guatemala. Mathemat-
ics, English, Social Studies, Architectural Drafting. Soccer Team, 2 Letters,
Pan-American Student Forum, Student Council, SENIOR PUBLICATION
Staff, Band, Life Leadership Lab, Stage Band. - RIVARD, JOHN MARK,
March 21 , 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
HAAG English, WILDCAT Staff, Sports Editor, High School Executive Assist-
ant Program. - RODRIGUEZ, RICKY, March 3, 1958, Dallas, Texas. Eng-
lish, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Foreign Language. Golf Team, 3
Letters, Pan-American Student Forum, Science Club. Allied Youth Program,
President, Ice Skating Club, 2 years, Attendance Office Helper, HAAG Eng-
lish, Completed Honors in Mathematics, Concert Choir, 2 years, Accumation
Program, Executive Assistant Program.
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Graduated in 1975, John Bryant, was a familiar and pleasant sight in the halls of
Woodrow, negotiating his wheel chair. His senior picture was accidentally left out of
the 75 Crusader.
ROLLAND, PHIL, February 2, 1958, Jacksonville, Texas. English, Mathemat-
ics, Social Studies, Latin, Science. First Sergeant, Director of Army Instruc-
tion Award, Senior Army Instructor Award, Service Award, Academic Excel-
Ience Award, Academic Achievement Award, Scholastic Award, Football,
Manager, Pan-American Student Forum, Health Careers Club, Key Club, Sci-
ence Club, Vice-President, HAAG English, Honors Physics, Completed Hon-
ors in Science, Mathematics, Student Council, Crusader Staff. - RUSK,
THOMAS. - RUSSELL, MATTHEW LEE, March 10, 1958, Dallas, Texas.
English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Art. DECA, HAAG English, Band, 3
SCHNITZIUS, GREGORY. - SCHWEN, JACK ARTHUR, October 10, 1957,
Toledo, Ohio. English, Mathematics, Social Studies. Football, Athletic
Trainer, B Squad, Ice Skating Club, Attendance Office Helper, WILDCAT
Staff, Page Editor, Concert Choir, 2 years, Musicals, 2 years. - SCOTT,
CYNTHIA ANN, January 21, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics.
DECA Representative, Mathematics, English Honors Classes, Program for
the Talented and Gifted.
SCOTT, DAVID RAY, September 16, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies. Football, Varsity and B Squad, I Letter, Future Home-
makers of America, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Ice Skating Club,
HAAG English, Band. - SEGURA, DORIANA. - SHANKS, SUSAN FRAN-
CES, February 26, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Social Studies, Business.
Bible Award, 2 years, Sweethearts, Concert Choir, 2 years, Musicals.
SHAW, MARK CLIFFORD, January 17, 1958, Davenport, Iowa. - SHEL-
TON, ROSALYN SHANNETTE, February 2, 1958, Gregg County, Texas.
English, Social Studies, Business. - SHOLDEN, JOSEPH KANE, January
10, 1958, Dallas, Texas, Mathematics, English, Spanish, Social Studies, Sci-
ence. Little Theatre, President, Pan-American Student Forum, 3 years, Trea-
surer, President, Delegate to State Convention, 3 years, Science Club, 3
years, Vice-President, Ice Skating Club, 2 years, Mathematics, English, Sci-
ence, Spanish Honors Classes, Completed Honors in Mathematics, English,
Chemistry, National Honor Society, 2 years, Vice-President, Cheerleader
Finalist, Student Council, 2 years, SENIOR PUBLICATION Staff, Editor, Con-
cert Choir, 3 years, Madrigals, All-School Play, Musicals, 3 years, Junior
Favorite, Senior Committee, Advanced Placement English, Senior Favorite
SHOOK, TOBY LLOYD, December 29, 1957, Dallas, Texas. Social Studies,
English Mathematics DECA Club Ice Skatin Club HAAG En Iish
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SMITH, DONNA LYNN, September 4, 1957, Ft. Worth, Texas. English,
Social Studies, Business. Ice Skating Club, Visual Aids, 3 years, Cheer-
leader, Student Council, Homecoming Duchess, Princess Finalist, Queen
Finalist, Sophomore Favorite Finalist, Junior Favorite Finalist, Senior Favor-
ite. - SNYDER, BRENT, August 31, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies, Science. Swim Team, Captain, 2 Letters, Key Club,
Ice Skating Club, Musical, Stage Manager.
STARK, HELEN WICKIE, September 13, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Math-
ematics, Social Studies. Little Theatre, Pan-American Student Forum, Science
Club, Allied Youth, Ice Skating Club, P. E. Helper, PrincipaI's Helper, 2
years, HAAG English, 4 years, Sweethearts, 2 years, WILDCAT Staff, News
Editor, Exchange Editor, Cartoonist, 2 years, Quill and Scroll Society, Dele-
gate, Southwestern, Journalism Conference, 2 years. - STEFANOS, NIKI
JO, November 27, 1957, Chickasha, Oklahoma. English, Mathematics,
Social Studies, Latin, Science. Ice Skating. - STORM, CAROLYN, August 5,
1958, Dearborn, Michigan. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science.
Senior Committee, HAAG English, 3 years, Solo and Ensemble Contest Win-
ner, National Honor Society, 2 years, Sweethearts, 2 years, Captain, Stu-
dent Council, 3 years, Co-Chairman, Concert Choir, 3 years, President,
Musicals, 3 years, Ice Skating Club, Junior Favorite Finalist, Homecoming
Queen Finalist, Senior Favorite Finalist.
STORM, SCOTT HOWARD, August 5, 1958, Dearborn, Michigan. English,
Mathematics, Social Studies, Science. Future Homemakers of America, Fel-
lowship of Christian Athletes, Key Club, President, Secretary, 3 years,
HAAG English, 3 years, Harvard Proiect, Crusader Staff, Sports, Editor, Y-
Teens, Allied Youth Education Proiect, Tutoring Award. - STURGES, KEN-
NETH RICHARD, August 15, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics,
Latin, Science. Baseball, Varsity, 3 Letters, Fellowship of Christian Athletes,
Key Club, Treasurer, President, 3 years, Science Honors Class, Harvard Pra-
iect Physics, Completed Honors in Math, English, Bible Award, Cheerleader
Finalist, Student Council, 2 years, Vice-President, Advanced Placement Eng-
Iish, Ice Skating Club, Advanced Placement Mathematics, Senior Committee,
Senior Class Vice-President. - SWETT, CYNTHIA DIANE, December 21,
1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Homemaking.
Future Homemakers of America, Vice-President, Red Cross, Vice-President,
Office Helper, Counselor. HAAG English, Red Cross Representative.
TAYLOR, DEBRA LYNN, March 1, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Mathemat-
ics, Social Studies. Tennis Team, Future Homemakers of America, Ice Skat-
ing Club, Concert Choir. -TAYLOR, RUTHIE ARCHIE, June 3, 1958, Dallas,
Texas. English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Future Homemakers of Amer-
ree, 2 years, TAHOS. -THOMAS, RICHARD.
THOMPSON, PAUL MCINNIS, October 16, 1958, Atlanta, Georgia. Eng-
Iish, Mathematics, Latin, Science, Key Club, 2 years, Science Club, 2 years,
Harvard Proiect Physics, Completed Honors in English, Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Crusader Staff, Classes Editor, High School Executive Assistant Pro-
gram, Advanced Placement English, Mathematics. - TORRES, MARIA. -
TOWNES, DAVID LEE.
TREVINO, AURELIA, October 28, 1957, Dallas, Texas. English, Art. -
VASQUEZ, DOLORES GARCIA, December 8, 1957, Dallas, Texas. Future
Homemakers of America, Red Cross. - VAUGHAN, LISA JEAN, Septem-
ber 26, 1958, Denison, Texas. English, Social Studies, Science, Spanish,
Texas Association of Health Occupations.
VAUGHAN, MICHELLE DIANE, December 9, 1957, Paris, Texas. English,
Social Studies. Swim Team, Manager, Office Education Association. -
WALL, WILLIAM GRANT, February 26, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Math,
Spanish, Social Studies. Tennis Team, Varsity, 2 Letters, Ice Skating, HAAG
English, Bible Award, 2 years, Cheerleader, Junior Favorite. - WEAVER,
GALE ANNETTE, March 24, 1958, Kerens, Texas. English, Mathematics.
Social Studies. Squad Leader, Director of Army Instruction Award, Senior
Army Instructor Award, Service Award, Academic Excellence Award, Aca-
demic Achievement Award, Basketball, Varsity, 1 Letter, Track Team, Var-
sity, 2 Letters, Future Homemakers of America, Bible Award, 2 years.
WHALEN, ROBERT RAY, May 7, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Math, Social
Studies. Football, B Squad, Swim Team, Manager, Future Homemakers of
America, HAAG English, Proiectionist, HAAG Algebra, Geometry. - WHI-
TEHEAD, TONY MAX, July 1 1, 1958, English, Science, Mathematics, Social
Studies, Music. Chess Club, 3 years, HAAG English, Harvard Project Physics,
SENIOR PUBLICATION Staff, Band, Stage Band, 3 years, Band Council,
Musicals, 2 years, Orchestra, All-City Concert Band, ESSA. - WHITELY,
TRACEY LOUISE, March 23, 1958, Memphis, Texas. English, Social Studies,
Math, Business. Health Careers Club, 2 years, Office Education Association,
President, 2 years, Girls Choir.
WICKERSHAM, TAMMY DIANE, December 7, 1957, Dallas, Texas, English
Social Studies, Homemaking, Future Homemakers of America, Counselors
Office Helper, Sweethearts, Manager, WILDCAT Staff, page editor. - WIL-
LARD, GAYLIN ANN, December 12, 1958, Dallas, Texas, English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies, Spanish, Science. Little Theatre, Pan-American Stu-
dent Forum, Attendance Office Helper, HAAG English, Sweethearts, head
manager, SENIOR PUBLICATION Staff. - WILLIAMS, CAROLYN
EVONNE, March 16, 1957, Sweetwater, Texas. Health Occupations,
WILLIAMS, JERRY MICHAEL, October 31, 1957, Dallas, Texas, Counselors
Officer Helper, Concert Choir, Musicals. - WILLIAMS, JEWELL. - WIL-
WILLINGHAM, KYLE DAVID, November 23, 1957, San Antonio, Texas.
English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Business, Football, Varsity B Squad, 2
letters, Future Homemakers of America, Y-Teens, OEA, Ice Skating Club,
Proiectionist, Math, Science, Honors Class. - WINCHESTER, TAMI. - WIL-
SON, RUTH ANN, December 19, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Social Stud-
ies, Science, Future Homemakers of America, Health Careers Club, OEA
Club, HAAG English, 4 years.
Royce Long and Eddie Lightsey take the beginning position trom which all wrestling
holds occur, they await the stoning signal.
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Know Seniors Who Excelled in Wrestling!
Alvarado, Juan J.
Anaya, Rosa R.
Barrientos, Mide R.
Becerra, Roy L.
Black, Donald P.
Blum, Gary L.
Bourguin, Rita K.
Bracamonite, Walter H.
Brafford, Richard P.
Brittingham, John G.
Brooks, Jr. Fred T.
Burleson, Jr. Kenneth R.
Caldwell, Rsie M.
Camp, Rick D.
Cannon, James L.
Cantrell, Friena L.
Carrillo, Javier R.
Cason, Wilburn R.
Chaffin, Clavin D.
Chopo, Julietaa J.
Coburn, Jr. Robert W.
Conley, John E.
Connell, Kimberly J.
Copling, Dwight D.
Davis, Vincent D.
Dickens, Gerald W.
Dowell, William M.
Eli, Lonar Lee N.
Ellis, Karl M.
Ellis, Shirley S.
WOODRUFF, ROBERT. - WORKMAN, RENEE YVONNE, August 28,
l958, Dallas, Texas. English, Math, Social Studies, Little Theatre, Ice Skat-
ing Club, HAAG English, Musicals, Stagecraft. -YARBROUGH, KAY.
ZAPATA, ANITA, July 21, 1958, Dallas, Texas. English, Art, Social Studies.
Ice Skating Club, Visual Aid Helper, Cheerleader Finalist, Student Council,
Homecoming Duchess, Princess Finalist. - CASTILLO, NORIEGA' JUAN
CARLOS, January 6, 1957, Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. English, Mathemat-
ics, Social Studies, Languages, Sciences. French Club, Student Council Rep-
resentative, Crusader Staff, Photographer, E.S.A.A. - ELLIS, KARL M.
Erickson, John S.
Evans, Lawrence V.
Fosmire, William P.
Freeman, Cassandra W.
Garcia, Richard C.
Gilbreath, Larry D.
Gomez, Steve A.
Gunter, William F.
Harrell, David E.
Hawkins, Carolyn N.
Hicks, Bobby L.
leppert, Dean P.
Ingham, Mark V.
Jackson, Vernon D.
Jones, Debra H.
Latzer, Brian L.
Lecour, James M.
Lindsey, Rebecca A.
Lister, Alton L.
Locke, Tracy K.
Lopez, Antonio C.
Lynn, Lyric L.
Maclean, Cathy A.
Mathis, O. B.
McElyea, Lester L.
McGovern, Alice M.
Morris, James H.
Nichols, Randall M.
Nichols, Robert D.
Odell, Andy R.
Pace, Mark E.
Person, Diana D.
Pinson, Glendia S.
Post, Lisa A.
Prestwood, Margaret J.
Rhodes, Joe H.
Richardson, Eddie R.
Roach, Michael J.
Roark, Ricky G.
Robertson, Ray N.
Robertson, Robert L.
Sutton, Cynthia L.
Sword, Steven D.
Taylor, Charles E.
Taylor, Debra L.
Torres, Leonardo P.
Townsend, Margaret A.
Turner, David E.
Turner, Dorothy J.
Wall, Debra A.
Webb, Robert E.
Whitley, Tracey L.
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M ber F.D.l.c.
Abercrumbia, Charles - 84
Abercrumbia, Raymond - 85,
99, 100, 102
Abrams, Karen - 126, 164
Adam Paint Center - 21 1
Adams, Diana - 79, 188
Addington, Gay - 50, 106,
Aguilar, Ruth - 79
Aimo, Patricia - 188
Akin, Joel - 91, 92, 121, 122,
188, 1 1 1
Alford, Scott - 92, 136, 188
Allen, Betsy - 164
Allen, David - 91 , 92, 94, 99,
101, 102, 127
Allen, Joyce -101,188
Allen, Paul - 87, 72, 103
Allen, Theresa - 42, 52, 74, 82,
Alvarado, Joe - 20, 84
Alvarado, Juan - 14, 85
Alvarez, Leticia - 78, 85, 188
Alvarez, Rena - 61
Amlin, Nancy - 59, 72, 74, 76,
Anderson, Lena - 157
Apple, Mark - 172
Apple, Michael - 92, 172
Aquilar, Ruth - 84, 172
Arbogast, Russell 4 93, 65,
123, 124, 188
Ardrey, Helen - 150
Armstrong, Joshua - 121 , 172
Armstrong, William - 85
Artega, Maxine - 61
Austin, Ricky - 52
Austin Jewelers - 212
Bailey, Shannon - 61, 188
Baldwin, Randy - 81, 164
Ballard, Francis - 188
Band - 52
Barbarick, Gerrie - 172, 67, 84
Barber, Jenny - 61, 188
Barnett, Liz - 164
Barraco's - 208
Barragan, Teresa - 85, 164
Baseball - 123
Basketball - 99
Batchelor, Russell - 164
Bates, Annie - 20, 164
Bell, Debra - 78
Bell, Shawn - 104, 105
Becerra, Mike - 52, 84
Belcher, Paula - 50, 76, 77, 86
Bell, Camellia - 50, 69
Bell, Debra -144, 151
Bello, Richard --123, 125, 172
Bell Wooden Products - 214
Benavidez, Herbert - 188
Benoit, Monica - 26, 50, 1 19,
Berlin, Gordon - 74, 164
Bernardo's -- 208
Best, Danny - 41, 67, 83,188
Bien, Kathy - 188
Bitendorf, Alan - 22, 48, 49,
56, 57, 69,189,121,180
Billie, Martha - 79, 172
Bircher, Marca Lee - 40, 74, 75,
Blackman, Jeff - 189
Black, Don - 64
Bland, Helen - 133
Blevins, Wilhelmina - 140
Bogie, Martha - 38, 1 13, 164
Bogus, Vickie - 52, 144, 164
Bonnett, Robert - 84, 67
Borden, Elizabeth - 189
Bozarth, Joel - 57, 97, 123,
Bradley, Genell - 106, 126
Bradley, Randy - 52, 53, 189
Brady, Susan - 26, 57, 106,
Bransford, Lonnie - 164
Breault, Carol - 61, 189
Brecheen, Sandra - 50, 59, 72,
Breitzke, Catherine - 50, 79,
Brewer, David - 64, 172
Brin, Beverly -16, 40, 50, 51,
29, 68, 74, 76, 77, 189
Brittingham, Jack - 92
Brown, Debra - 84, 164
Brown, J. W. - 70
Brown, Mary - 153
Brown, Michael - 61
Brown, Terrie - 61, 189
Bryant, Etta - 145
Bryant, John - 200
Bryant, Steve - 164
Bubeck, Harry - 28, 67, 78, 83,
Bufanno, Mike - 64
Bullard, Royce - 150
Burleson, Debra - 79, 189
Burleson, Kenneth - 93
Burleson, Lois - 164
Burton, Ruth Ann - 15, 16, 29,
32, 44, 45, 50, 51, 56, 57,
59, 68, 76, 77, 86, 87, 138,
Butler, Bobbie - 189
Byers, Michael - 99, 100, 172
Bynum, Cherie - 74, 126, 134,
Cain, Nancy -189
Calverley, Stephen - 136, 164
Cameron, Winfred - 84
Camp, Evelyn - 50, 57, 61
Campbell, Carter - 58, 68, 123,
124, 125, 189
Campbell, William -110, 164
Campos, Rosie - 83, 164
Cannon, James - 99, 100, 101,
123, 127, 182
Cantrell, Jamie -172, 175
Cargile, Bob - 157
Carr, Mark - 42
Carrllo, Susan - 50, 57, 119,
Cason, Wilburn - 64
Castanon, Sandy - 78
Castillo, Juan - 57, 72, 86,
1 14, 127, 205
Castleberry, James - 97
Castleberry, Kenneth - 97, 104
Castro, Joe - 85
Castro, Ray - 14
Castro, Rosemary - 52, 172
Cavaness, Rodney - 164
Cawthon, Joe - 64, 67, 83, 84
Cawthon, Lau - 83, 85, 164
Cecil, Georgia -116
Chaffin, Calvin - 64
Chapa, Clara - 83, 84, 61, 67
Chapman, Sheila - 78, 172
Chavez, Earnstine - 67, 84,
Cheerleaders - 48
Choir - 74
Cifuentes, Felix - 164
Clay, Vickie - 45
Cochrane, Heidi - 62, 63, 74,
Colbert, Richard - 64, 140
Colburn, Chris - 190
Cole, Holley - 97, 110, 111,
Collett, Gary - 92, 93, 123,
Collins, Nancy -52, 53, 172
Compos, Rosie - 52
Cone, Mary - 61, 190
Conner, Gloria - 137
Conway, Carol - 32, 50, 86,
Cook, Phillip -147
Cooley, Cheryll - 79
Cooper, Barbara - 61, 190
Copling, Dwight - 67, 84
Copling, Evertt - 97
Corder, Timothy - 190
Cordova, Emma - 79
Cordova, Sophia - 78, 151,
Cosby, Susy - 164
Costello, Cynthia -190
Costello, Philip - 57, 74, 190
Costello, Tim - 74, 76, 77, 190
Coursey, David - 84, 67, 173
Cox, Donald -110,111,127,
Cox, Jimmy -173
Crabtree, Donna - 168
Crail, Julie -164
Cravatt, Frank - 85, 97, 1 10,
1 14, 164
Crawford, Bonnie - 52, 53,
11 1, 1 13, 173
Crawford, Connie - 79, 86,
1 19, 122, 173
Crawford, Harry - 92, 1 1 1,
Crenshaw, Henry - 140
Criswell, Karen - 37, 50, 51,
60, 143, 190
Criswell, Kendra -- 164
Crouch, David - 61
Crouch, Ricky - 63, 173
Crowe, Camille - 173
Crowe, Shirlene - 69, 168, 173
Cunniff, David - 164
Cunningham, James -104,
Curtis, Laurin - 52, 53, 65, 93,
Dabney, April - 1 38, 140
Dads and Lads - 210
Dallas Fence Co. - 210
Daniels, Georgia - 31, 61, 153
Danielson, John - 93, 173
Dannelly, Melissa -- 70, 71,
Darr, Thomas - 164, 85
David, Sarah -164, 72, 74
David, Steve - 58, 92, 121,
Davis, James - 84
Davis, Kenneth - 93, 96, 99
Davis, Mary - 69, 83, 84
Davis, Paul - 85
Davis, Ruby -69, 116, 168
Davison, Chester -15, 92, 181 ,
Day, Ethel - 67, 84
DECA -- 61
Dees, Theresa - 61, 191
Degenhart, Geneva - 1 19, 127,
De La Garza, Sergio - 57, 59,
72, 85, 86,115,127,191
Delmanharst, Tom - 164
Dent, Pam - 164
DeWeese, Vicki - 136, 137,
Diaz, Gwendlyn - 137
Dickens, Arlillian - 61
Dickens, Gerald - 85
Dickens, Robin - 164
Dixon, Mike -- 59, 68, 69, 86,
Doeden, Shirleen - 78, 191
Dolan, Jeanie -164, 166
Dominguez, Jorge - 57, 59,
Dominguez, Maria - 173
Dorlacher, Mark - 69, 191
Doty, Peter - 121, 164
Dowell, Sheri -- 164
Dowell, Terri - 164
Downs, Wanda - 164
Dr. Pepper - 217
Drafting Club - 81
Drane, Cynthia - 52, 54, 173
Drill Team - 50
Dupree, Carolyn - 106, 126,
Duke, Pam - 41, 63,191
Duncan, Mark - 63
Dunlap, Margaret - 139
Dye, Mary Ann - 59, 81,113,
Early, Cynthia - 84, 164
East Dallas YMCA - 214
Echols, Jimmy - 52, 53, 141 ,
Eckleman, Helen -139, 148
Edwards, Jack - 67, 84
Edwards, Steve - 26, 48, 56,
59, 68, 76, 86, 87,191
Ehrhardt, Ginger -19
Ehrhardt, Lynn - 26, 57, 59,
1 19, 162, 164
Ehrhardt, Taffy - 59, 76, 1 13,
Ellis, Karl- 52, 53
Ellis, Mary -135
Endel, Elizabeth -191
Ennins Barber Shop - 215
Judy - 139
John - 64
Doris - 135
Escobar, Yolanda - 84
Esquivel, Carmen - 70, 71, 146
Estes, Nolan - 19, 130
Evans, Nova - 142, 143
Faccilonga, Dawn - 26, 57, 59,
67, 144, 164
Faccilonga, Nanette - 67, 81,
Farmer, Chuck - 58, 65, 99,
134, 149, 191
Farmer, Glen - 164
FCA - 65
Feeley, Maryhelen - 150
Felon, Irma - 164
Ferguson, Ingrid - 192
FHA - 69
Ficklen, Robert- 61, 192
Fincher, David - 52, 53, 146,
Fincher, Kimblery - 25, 72, 173
Flores, David - 84
Flores, Robert- 52, 53, 54, 64,
Foley, Gloria -134, 135
Folsom, Leslie - 15, 26, 70, 71,
Forgey, Suzanne - 173
Fort, Cindy - 26, 180, 192
Fosmire, Bill- 58, 59, 68, 121
Fox, Mark - 164
Franco, Richard - 69, 92, 134,
Franklin, Stephanie - 164
Frazier, Debra - 84, 192
Freeman, Alice - 26, 52, 55,
57, 72, 106, 113, 126, 173
Freeman, Cynthia - 52, 142,
Freeman, Gary - 168
French Club - 72
Fuasblen, Stephanie - 84
Fugate, Jenny - 35, 109, 173
Fugitt, David - 97, 165
Fugitt, Donna - 31, 74, 165
Fugitt, Jack - 64, 173
Fugitt, Janet- 79, 1 16
Fugitt, Maria - 126
Fugitt, Shirley - 26, 27, 50, 51 ,
Fuller, Suzanne - 78, 192
Gallagher, Kevin - 25, 58, 97,
104, 105, 165
Garcia, Anna - 85, 165
Garcia, Blanca - 168
Garcia, Eddie - 97, 114, 115,
Garcia, Juan - 92, 111, 190,
Garcia, Richard - 85
Garcia, Salvador - 85
Garmon, Randy- 20, 22, 30,
Garza, Diana - 79, 192
General Auto Repair and Foreign
Car Service - 212
Gerron, Dennis - 173
Gervers, Tammi - 165
Gibson, Ray- 1 10
Gilbert, Camille - 50, 192
Gilbert, Darcy - 165
Gilham, Burt- 37
Gillon's Beauty Supply - 208
Gilmour, Diane - 22, 74, 165,
I 19, 169
Glenn, Kimberly - 61
Golden, Marilyn - 68, 192
Golf - 1 17
Gomez, Mary Lou - 173
Gonzalez, Josefina - 17, 50,
56, 57, 179, 192
Gonzalez, Carmen - 45, 116
Gordon, Steve - 165
Gozberk, Neila - 25, 78, 108,
Graham, Brenda - 35, 79, 108,
172, 173, 35
Graham, Michael- 64, 192
Grammer, Doris - 133
Grant, Dwight- 165
Graves, Kathy - 79, 193
Green, Bob- 1 19, 120, 121,
Green, Jacqueline - 25, 27, 48,
49, 69, 136, 193
Green, Kenneth - 104, 144
Green, Yolanda - 84
Greer, Elaine - 135
Griffin, Chesley - 165, 85
Griffin, Karen - 78, 173
Griffin, Sondra - 79, 193
Grumbine, Lisa - 59, 193
Gunter, Reba - 61, 193
Gutierrez, Jesse - 165
Guy, John - 61
Guy, Leigh Ann - 61, 193
Haden, Joel - 23, 132
Haley, Lenis - 74, 193
Halford, Annette - 61, 173
Hall, David - 99
Hall, Kathy- 140, 193
Hall, Kathy - 70, 71, 173,149
Hall, Rebecca -193
Halliday, Mike -173
Hall's Variety - 215
Hammond, Howle - 97, 98,
123, 125, 165
Hanes, Don - 72, 121
Harbison, Craig - 63
Harbus, Janis - 62, 63, 119,
Hardwick, Jim- 104, 105, 141,
Hardwick, Nancy - 37, 48, 61,
Hargrove, Sandy - 26, 50, 57,
Harper, Brenda - 106, 107
Harper, Karren - 52, 63, 72,
Harrell, Loia -165
Harrington, Holly - 30, 62, 63,
1 19, 173
Harris, Andrea - 50
Harris, Daniel- 93, 95, 136,
Harshbarger, Tim - 65, 93, 194
Hartmann, Eileen - 50, 69, 70,
71, 74, 169
Hartmann, Monica - 74, 165,
Hawkins, Linda - 85
Haynes, Stephen - 104, 105
Healy, Carla - 139, 152, 149,
178, 179, 194
Heckman, Tom - 40, 58, 67,
84, 92, 94,123,153,173
Henderson, David - 194
Henderson Hardware - 208
Hendler, Thomas -173
Herb, Paul- 52, 53
Herbener, Matthew - 52, 53,
Hernandez, Andrew - 158
Hernandez, David - 61
Hernandez, Rachel- 83, 85,
1 16, 127, 195
Herrera, Sylvia - 165
Heyler, Thmara - 173
Hicks, Bobby - 92, 94, 96, 11 1,
Hicks, Deana - 41, 42, 52, 53,
1 13, 194
Higgins, Melody - 74, 149
Highland Park Cafeteria - 21 1
Hill, Alton - 93, 104, 145
Hill, Barbara -139
Hill, Charles -194
Hill, Rebecca - 165
Hilton, Edward - 67, 84, 165
Hilton, Robert- 67
Hirsch, Debbie - 50, 61, 194
Hiser, Kenyon - 23, 40, 52, 53,
53, 59, 68, 70, 71, 83, 136,
193, 194, 83
Hoefnagel, Cindy - 194
Hoefnagel, Don - 108, 109
Hoffman, Kim - 50, 74, 131,
Holiday Cleaning - 212
Hollingsworth, Jimmy - 97, 168
Hollins, Bonnie - 84
Holstun, Francie - 50, 195
Holt, Robert- 58, 91 , 92, 122,
Holt's Florist- 216
Hood, Jack - 97, 163
Hooker, Cindy - 50, 74, 76, 77,
Hooper, Doris - 79
Hopkins, Linda - 79, 195
Horn, Audie - 158
Horne, Marilyn - 52
Howell, Mark - 52, 174
Huff, Kenny - 91 , 92, 94, 65,
Huff, Kevin - 91, 92, 136, 149,
Hughes, Donald - 195
Hughes, Michael- 195
Hughes, Sherry - 85
Humphreys, Linda - 52, 174
Hunter, Glen - 84
Hyde, Leigh - 108, 136, 165
Hyman, Rogene - 61
Ice Skating Club - 60
Ieppert, Dean - 151
Ieppert, Steve - 83, 85, 174
lmhoff, Doris - 52, 165
lmhoff, Nell- 195
Ingersoll, Kim - 26, 50, 74,
Ireland, Tressie - 119, 140,
Irvin, Greg - 97, 162, 165
Irvin, Jeff- 61,196
Jackson, Bonnie Ann - 196
Jackson, Kenneth - 52, 53, 196
Jackson, Leroy - 83, 84
Jackson, Lisa - 25, 85, 131
Jackson, Vera - 144
Jakaboski, David - 52, 142
James A. E. - 158
James Hair Fashions - 212
Jasso, Luis -114, 169, 196
Jaurequi, Juanita - 79, 174
Jefferson, Terron - 85
Jimenez, Teresa - 78
Johnson, Albert- 67, 84, 196
Johnson, Cora - 168
Johnson, Lisa - 22, 119, 165,
Johnson, Timothy - 85, 165
Johnson, Wallace - 197
Johnson, William - 84, 174
Johnson, Zelda - 69
Jones, Betty - 135
Jones Debbie - 25
Jones Debra - 61
Jones, Denise - 50, 106, 126
Jones, Donald - 165
Jones, Jay - 52, 53, 165
Jones, Jeff- 97, 165
,Judy - so, co, 74, 147,
Jones, Linda - 137, 197
Jones, Peggy - 61, 150
Jordan, Barry - 69
Juarez, Edilia - 126
Juarez, Mirya -165, 84, 116
Judy, Nancy - 19
Judy's Beauty Salon - 212
Kadane, Jeannine - 50, 68,
Kelly, James - 22, 114, 116,
Key Club - 58
Kimbrell, Ken - 92, 145
Kimbrell, Krista - 148
King, Robert - 97
Kirb, Paula - 84
Kirby, LeGrange -64, 174
Kirk, Paulette - 165
Kirkbride, Charles - 84
Kirkbride, Tim - 67
Kuykendall, Sondra - 72, 165
Labarba, John -165
Labarba, Mike - 64, 174
Laceky,Jeff- 121, 165
Lacy, Ronald - 27, 67, 84, 147,
Lakewood Bank - 219
Lakewood Florist - 21 1
LaLobe - 208
Lankford, Nancy -63, 1 19,
Landa, Elizabeth - 165
Lange, Linda - 68, 196
Lankston, Lisa - 174
Laurea, Susan - 57, 59, 74,
108, 165, 162
Le, Tien Mana - 168, 174
Leon, Cathy - 196
Leonard, Phill - 52, 165
Lewis, Tommy - 97, 123, 124 7
Lightsey, Eddie - 204
Lister, Alton - 100, 101, 102,
Little Theater - 66
Littleton, David - 85
Long, Royce - 124, 196, 204
Lopes, Annette - 25, 37, 69,
108, 109, 196
Lopez, Cynthia - 196
Lopez, Linda - 166
Lopez, Martin - 63, 76, 108,
Lopez, Olga - 79, 174
Lopez, Tony -114, 116
Lopez, Vincent - 97, 123, 125
Louton, Becky - 35, 86, 77, 174
Love, Carolyn Denise - 57, 63,
Lovelace, Jennifer - 42, 75
Lovelace, Linda - 74
Lovvorn, Linda - 34, 174
Lowe, Jim - 61
Lucas, Joel - 85, 86, 174
Lueke, Alan - 57, 97,121,166
Luis, Tom - 166
Lunberg, Debra - 50, 153, 197
Lupe - 1 40
Lupo, Velma - 150
Lymn, Bryan - 85
McBride, Marilyn - 145, 179
McBride, Willie Jr. - 148, 158
McCallum, Larry - 58, 69, 197
McCarty, Dave - 15, 108, 140
McCoy, Julie - 26, 32, 48, 49,
57, 68, 86, 76, 197
McDonald, Jack - 121
McDowell, Michelle - 52, 174
McDowell, Patrick - 52, 53,
McGee, David - 174
McKinny, Jerry - 19
McLain, John - 93
MacLean, Cathy - 84
McQuinney, Michael - 57, 78,
McQuiston, Michael - 60, 197
McSpadden, Ann - 139
McVey, Stacy - 63, 127, 141,
Maceda, Frank - 52, 174
Mach, Henry -197
Machi, Caterina - 108
Mack, Jonathon - 64, 81 , 197
Maldonado, Maria - 57, 166
Malinasky, Stephen -174
Mallewick, Marleen - 30, 139
Malone, Floyd - 150
Mann, Cliff- 63, 81 , 136, 197
Mann, Steven - 52, 153, 197
Martin, Elisha - 67, 84
Marintez, Mary - 166
Martinez, Shirley -61
Massey, David - 64
1 12, 127
Matney, Karen - 26, 30, 56,
57, 63, 70, 71, 133,182, 197
Matthews, Shirley - 166
Max, John - 157
Meers, Eddie - 174
Meers, Martha - 197
Melton, Dianna -153, 174
Mendez, Jorge - 83, 84
Merchant's State Bank - 216
Merrill, Wendy - 166
Messerschmitt, Kurt - 59, 86,
Metzger, Michelle - 26, 50
Midtown Piano and Organ -
Mihal, Anthony - 59,83, 197
Miles, Jan - 52, 166
Miller, Ernadine - 45
Mills, Lucy - 84, 140
Miltenberger, Anthony - 1 10,
1 1 1
Miltenberger, George - 198
Milton, Dianna - 31
Mitchell, Joe Willie - 158
Mitchell, John - 64, 150
Mock, Alan - 64
Mock, Mary -108, 174
Molina, Jesse - 114, 169
Monzingo, Tracy - 61
Moore, Beverly - 85, 174
Moore, Mark - 57, 59, 108,
Moore, Louann - 198
Mora, Richard - 61 , 198
Morales, Irene - 85, 116
Morgan, Debbie - 198
Morgan, Lisa - 198
Morgan, William - 59, 174
Morrison, Richard - 198
Morton, Daphrene - 142
Morton, David - 198
Moseley, Alvin - 140
Moseley, Dorothy - 50, 59, 70,
71 , 74, 198
Moseley, Patrice - 41, 59, 74,
Mosley, Joey - 85, 166
Mosley, Keith - 85
Moser, Billie - 85
Mossey, David - 199
Moyer, James - 166
Mullin Flower Shop - 215
Mullin, Ed - 84
Murphy, David - 84
Murphree, Nancy - 67, 199
Musgrove, Teresa - 38, 52, 59,
76, 86, 174
Nabors, Mike - 64
Nadine's Poodle Salon - 215
National Honor Society - 68
Neikirk, John - 74, 99, 74
Nelson, Martha - 39
Nelson, Victoria - 70, 71 , 199
Neria, David - 84
Newhouse, Lucious - 97, 1 10
Newman, Jon - 97, 166
Newspaper - 62
Newton, Mozelle - 133
Nichols, Kenneth - 104
Nichols, Randall - 61
Nicholson, Hardie - 216
Nicholson, Melva - 174
Norman, Carol - 26, 74, 72,
Norman, Merle Cosmetic Studio
OEA - 78
Oliver, Elizabeth - 16, 26, 50,
Oliver, James - 199
Oliver, Jody - 50, 74, 1 13,
Oliver, Liz - 147
Owen, Don - 92, 123, 125,
Owens, Joe- 1 10, 1 12
Owens, Linda Marie - 199
Owens, Melba - 35
Pacina, Sally - 61
Parish, Carletta - 59, 1 13, 126,
Parker, Bobbye - 144
Parker, Brenda - 50, 60, 174
Parker, James - 97, 104
Parker, Terry - 48, 58, 59, 199
Parks, Mary -158
Parks, Paul - 52, 67, 83, 84,
Parrish, Bobby - 175
Party Parlour - 215
Patterson, Tammy - 61 , 1 13,
Patton, P11111ap - 81, 97, 114,
123, 166, 168
Pavey, David - 199, 202
Pearson, Laura - 1 19, 120, 166
Peavy, Michelle - 35, 50, 76,
Peavy, Patricia - 31, 166
Pemberton, Michael - 97, 175
Pereyda, Frances - 175
Perez, Elvira - 1 14, 1 16, 166
Perez, Gladya - 1 16, 175
Perez, Patricia - 45, 168
Perry, Loretta - 166
Pesina, Sally - 199
Petal Shop - 215
Peters, Karen - 50, 126, 175
Petros, Hazel - 61, 199
Phillips, Bruce - 19, 56, 57, 72,
92, 95,123, 149,179,199
Phillips, Gwen -166
Phinisee, Larry - 145
Pierce, Doris - 153
Pierce, Wayne - 68, 131, 136
Pike, Robert- 170
Pimberton, Wayne - 52
Pinson, Glenda - 61
Piper, Brian - 52, 53, 75, 166,
Pomeroy, Catheryne - 166
Power, Grady - 158
Prince, Elizabeth Gayle - 150
Procter, Melanie - 29, 50, 137,
PTA - 73
PUB - 70
Puente, Magdalena - 57, 79,
83, 85, 79, 175
Qualls, Ricky - 61 , 199
Rainey, Larry - 175
Rains, Jana - 52, 55, 76, 166
Rains, Kyle - 13, 47, 58, 59,
60, 70, 71, 74, 75, 76, 81,
Ramirez, Amelia - 200
Ramirez, Anthony - 200
Ramirez, Susan -16, 106, 107
126, 127, 200
Ramos, Patricia - 79, 200
RCA - Zenith - Quasar -
Rearden, Kim - 166
Red .Cross - 67
Rees, Browyn - 68, 200
Regalado, Domingo - 132
Reno, Alan - 74, 86,175
Reyes, Edgar - 1 14, 166
Reyes, Marco - 141
Reyes, Mary - 142
Reyes, Tony - 57, 70, 71 , 114,
Reynolds, Debbie - 166
Riboni, Charlie - 81 , 85,114
Rice, Elizabeth - 74, 152, 165,
Richardson, Eddie - 81 , 85
Richardson, Joel - 144
Richardson, Robbie - 106, 166
Richardson, Shirley - 148
Riley, James - 140, 141
Rivard, John -63, 200 ,
Robertson, Billie - 78
Robertson, Ray - 64
Sugar Lips - 210
Robison, Donna -106
Rodgers, Kathy - 166
Rodgers, Leslie - 24, 175
Rodriguez, Cindy - 26, 27, 34,
41, 59, 77, 108,136, 141,
Rodriguez, Cynthia - 57, 175
Rodriguez, Rebecca - 57, 166
Rodriguez, Ricky - 59, 200
Rogers, Virginia -136, 137
Rogers, William - 67, 84
Rolland, Angela - 57, 166
Rolland, Phil- 44, 58, 59, 76,
86, 87, 201
Romero, Richard - 121, 178
ROTC - 83
Rowerh, Albert - 67
Rouwtt, Albert - 84
Rouwtt, Larry - 84
Roy, Kenny - 63
Rusk, Patricia - 41, 50, 175,
Rusk, Thomas - 74, 201
Russell, Carol - 38, 119, 175
Russell, June - 16, 50, 74, 170,
Russell, Matthew - 201
Sale, Linda - 72, 166
Sampson, John - 62, 92, 175
Sampson, Ricky - 97, 65, 108
Samudio, Diana -168
Satterwhite, Karen - 166
Schmitz, Charles - 175
Schnitzius, Gregory - 201
Schwen, Jack - 30, 63, 92,
1 34, 201
Science Club - 59
Scott, Cynthia Ann - 61, 201
Scott, David - 92, 140, 201
Scott, Steve - 102, 104, 140
Secker, Charles - 97, 1 1 1, 120,
Segwa, Davie - 201
Session, Julius - 97, 104, 154
Seven Seas Restaurant - 212
Shanks, Susan - 50, 201
Shaw, Kirby - 52, 55, 72, 76,
Shaw, Mark - 67, 84, 201
Shearin, Bill -
Shearin, Joe - 57, 65, 93, 120,
Sheeds, Jay -
Sheehan, Laura - 25, 166
Shelton, Rosalyn - 78, 201
Sherrill, Emily - 22, 26, 27, 57,
Shoemaker, Jimmy - 19
Shoemaker, Kathleen - 76, 77,
Sholden, Joe - 15, 41, 42, 57,
59, 68, 70, 75, 76, 77, 179,
Shook, Toby - 61, 202
Shuttles, Shelly -166
Silvas, Annettee - 30, 59, 76,
Simmons, Laura - 167
Simmons, Richard - 175
Smith, Darrell - 175
Smith, Donna - 23, 26, 48,
Smith, Doyle - 108, 145
Smith, Susan -- 72
Smith, Vernon - 99
Snyder, Brent - 58, 120, 121,
Snyder, Roxanne - 59, 74, 82,
Sobreuilla, Adrian -114
Soccer - 1 14
Spanish Club - 76
Spurlock, Mike - 110
Spyrlock, Michael - 83, 85,
1 14, 167
Staggers, Yvonne - 61
Stark, Wckie - 16, 50, 59, 62,
63, 77, 202
Stton, John - 97
Stefanos, Niki - 181 , 202
Stennis, Mark -175
Stephenson, R. O. - 158
Sterling, Jimmy - 167
Stewart, Darryl - 144, 152
Storm, Carolyn - 16, 26, 29,
37, 40, 41, 44, 50, 51, 56,
57, 68, 74,179,181, 202
Storm, Scott - 25, 47, 58, 86,
Stovall, Sarah -- 25, 148
Stratton, Doris - 145
Strawn, Robert - 97, 167
Streng, Ronald - 52
Stricklen, Haskell - 97, 167
Strong, Ron - 53
Strubblefield, David - 19
Struble, Ruth - 79, 150
Student Council - 56
Sturges, Kenneth - 25, 47, 56,
Sutton, Cindy - 50, 79
Swett, Cynthia -- 25, 67, 69,
1 36, 202
Swim Team - 119
TAHOS - 82
Tatlock, Donald - 1 14
Taylor, Charles - 93
Taylor, Debbie - 69, 74, 108,
Taylor, Don - 108, 167
Taylor, George - 97
Taylor, Hal - 167
Taylor, Nancy- 50, 1 19, 175
Taylor, Ruthie -- 61, 203
Taylor, Suzanne - 69, 153, 175
Teer, Martha - 126, 184, 167
Tennis - 108
Teter's Plumbing - 212
Thomas, Janet - 29, 50, 57, 76,
Thomas, Jessie - 84
Thomas, Nolan - 64
Thomas, Rachel - 176
Thomas, Richard - 203
Thompson, Paul - 58, 59, 86,
Tiierina, Matilda - 1 16
Timm, Martha -- 60, 68, 139
Titche's - 218
Todora, James - 61
Todd, Linda - 167
Tompkins, Lollie - 146, 147
Tom Thumb -- 216
Torres, Leonardo - 25, 1 14,
Torres, Maria - 79, 203
Torres, Nicholas - 85
Roberto - 1 14
Sagrario - 167
Whalen, Robert - 136, 203
Wheeler, Philip - 81, 97, 167
White, Betty - 157, 168
Wheeless, Bruce - 57, 58, 65,
93, 95, 96,143,170,176
White, Verlene - 131, 157
Whitehead, Tony - 52, 53, 70,
Whitely, Tracy - 79, 78, 203
Wickersham, Candy - 167
Wickersham, Tammy - 50, 204
Wilcox, Robert - 57, 58, 76,
108, 143, 176
Wilkinson, Nancy -148
Willard, Gaylin - 29, 50, 70,
Townes, David - 64, 203
Townsend, Kenneth - 97, 104
Track - 1 10
Tran, Doan -141, 144
Trent, Robin - 79, 1 13, 1 19,
Trevilion, Rhonda - 176
Trevino, Aurelia - 203
Trevino, Rachel - 79, 84
Trevino, Richard - 81
David - 99, 100, 101
Turner, Greg - 57, 58, 65, 92
Turner, Mary--116, 167, 168
Turner, Shelia - 61, 126, 106
Turner, Sherman - 85, 99
Turner, William -145
Vance, Anthony - 121
Varela, Sylvia - 38, 167
Varker, Brandon - 64, 176
Vasquez, Dolores - 25, 203
Vasquez, Javier - 67, 84
Vaughan, Lisa - 61, 203
Vaughan, Michelle - 203
71, 76, 77, 134, 204
William, Columbia - 85
Williams, Anita -167
Williams, Barbara - 126, 133,
Williams, Billy - 97
Williams, Caroly - 27, 61, 204
Williams, Columbus - 85
Williams, Donna -113, 136,
Williams, Jeery - 27, 57, 136,
Williams, Jewell - 204
Williams, Gwen - 29, 50, 74,
75, 1 19, 147
Williams, Ray - 204
Williamson, Sheryl - 141, 167
Willingham, Kristi - 35, 69, 74,
Willingham, Kyle - 93
Willingham, Matt - 81, 97, 167
Winchester, Tami - 149, 204
Wilshire Television - 215
Wilson, James K. - 213
Wilson, Ruth Ann - 78, 204
Wilson, Tammy - 41, 83, 84
Vermillion, Kelly - 22, 106,
VICA - 64
Vincent, Richard - 52, 53
Vinson, Richard - 176
Volleyball - 126
VOTC - 80'
Waddle, Linda - 63, 167
Wages, Britt - 83, 85, 176
Waidowicz, Michael - 97
Wales, Grayson - 167
Waker, Margaret - 133
Wall, Debra - 61
Wall, Grant - 22, 23, 48, 49,
108, 109, 203
Wallace, Cynthia - 167
Walton, Donna -167
Washington, Angela - 53, 61
Washington, Willie - 25
Wauson, Randall - 97
Weatherly, Robin - 63, 1 1 1
Weaver, Gayle - 203
Webb, Robby - 92
Weghorst, Phyllis - 135
Wilson, Tina - 83, 85
Wolfe, Tamara - 52, 53
Woodford, Leota - 167
Woodruff, Robert - 205
Woods, Sondra - 1 19, 153,
Workman, Renee -149, 152,
Wyse, Bennett - 30, 75, 85,
Yarbrough, Kay - 205
Yates, David - 58, 65, 93, 176
Young, Donna - 79, 153, 176
Young, Gayla - 38, 167
Young, Ronnie - 69
Younger, Alan - 19
Young, Victor -- 139
Zachery, Rodger - 97, 123,
Zapata, Anita - 136, 205
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The sun has set on another year and many of ,us leaveiour. school
and part of our lives behind. One year is a small intervalTin'com-
parison with two hundred years but the achievements made in that
year crown the efforts of 18 years of the seniors' lives. We leave
behind our accomplishments, our failures, our hopes and despairs,
and, yes, much of ourihappiness and a little sadness. The world
stretches before us, offering all its treasures. It is up to us to make
the most of these opportunities toibetter ourselves and our country.
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gratitude to those who helped with the publication of the 1976 CRU-
SADER. Without their constant help and abiding confidence this book
would never have been completed. Our sincere appreciation goes to art
instructor M. S. Tompkins, who designed our cover, to Kyle Rains who
contributed an illustration! to Harry Crawford who dedicated his services
as a typisty to Mr. Paul Allen who sponsored his 29th CRUSADER and
gave much of his timeg and to Mr. Wayne Pierce who advised us.
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