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August 1978 TIME May 1979

Readers,
The Annual Staff chose the theme for the 1979 Btson Annual as "TIME" Ask yourself the question, "What is TIME?" Everyone has their
own definition for TIME. TIME could mean the mmutes on a watch . It also can mean the dtfferent decades tn a century TIME means a
multttude of thtngs to dtfferent tndtvtduals . The Annual Staff ptcked "TIME" because our JOb is to record the TIMES that happ1t!ed tn the
1978-79 school year We dtd thts by photographs, but also written words to help each one recall the times that happened .
The cover of the '79 Bison Annual represents the changes 10 TIME . Our styles tn dress, technology, and ltfestyles have changed constd-
erably. Think about the TIME past, the change to TIME present, and what TIME future will bring us.
The sections in this yearbook are recording the present. The first section is entitled Student Ltfe. In this, we have tned to capture TIME
from 845 to 3:35, the average night life of the student, and the thtngs that meant the most to us .
Through the school year we've laughed, cned, loved and shared many memones together There IS one th1ng to remember about t1me
"The g1ft of TIME is life ." A hfe ts a wonderful thmg, but only if you share the laughter, love, and even tears w1th others .

Smcerely,

Student Life Honors Sen iors Organ izations


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Faculty Vo - Tech TIME Ads


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We are close to the e'ld of the 1970' s. We look back
over the years and see a lot of changes that TIME has
brought us. A ot of new fads were brought 1n dunng the I
78 79 school year A few of those would l'lCI.Jde the
change from the 52 Chevy's to the fast and sporty cars
Hairstyles !lave changed from long a'ld stra1ght to afros,
feathered ba\"'gS and the layered 'ook. C.othi\"'g has
changed a lot from m1n skirts to dresses below the
k'lees and blue jeans Pleated pants, velour tops, and
the plum color rea.ly made it b1g, too. Dane ng has
cha'lged 10 tile 70 s. The type of darc1ng we have now IS
known as D1sco .

LAST OF THE 70'S


Finishing A Decade
Everyone looks forward to graduat1on. Now 1n the last of
the 70 's the senors of 1979 are fimshmg a decade and be-
ginning to start a new decade as well as beginning an en-
tirely new 11fe The sen1ors see that 1t IS sort of scary experi-
ence, especially for those who have yet to seek what the
future has 10 store . The future frightens some, yet thrills
others who have the1r hfe patterns laid out and know what
they're gettmg into . If we could turn TIME back and start
over again, would we try harder, start th1nk1ng about the
future sooner? TIME has passed til ere's no turmng back
. . just a future to think about . and a great year to top
off the 1970's.

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CLASSROOMS
The Green Prison
We were in the classrooms from 845 to 3:35 just about everyday in the years of 78 -
79 . In class there was a TIME to be senous and work, a TIME to have fun and have a
few good laughs . In class we sat, so secluded, surrounded by four green walls. Some-
how we have managed to make 1t through the year w1th our yawns and " forty wmks ".
Some shall come again to sit ms1de these green classrooms, yet some will never see
the smiling faces of classmates or hear the voices of teachers assigning homework
over the weekend , or ever see these green walls agam . No matter how good or bad the
classrooms were , we will always remember some of the TIMES that happened in the
classrooms

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NIGHT LIFE
A Sample Night
It was Friday n1ght and we were all in town Each doing our own th1ng and go1ng our own way Part of us went to the football game as
the players, cheerleaders, or JUSt fans . Others headed out to the dnve 'n and watched a good movie, (or at least listened to 1tl Some of us
cru1sed the square. Honked at our fnends and occasionally squeeled our tires . A couple of us felt challeng1ng so we played a few games of
foosball or snooker. <The loser pa1dl. When the energy got low we headed out to the Snack Shack and the H1p Pocket to refuel. Then we
were off again, each doing his own thing, going his own way.

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AVERAGE PRICES IN 1979

Lunch ............................... 00.45 Candy bar ........................ 00.25 Pack of Gum .......... 00.20
Can of Coke ..................... 00.30 Class Ring ....................... 60-80 Bubble Gum ..................... 00.02
Shoes ............................... 20.00 Pin Ba11 ............................ 00.25 Juke Box .......................... 2 .25
Foose ball ......................... 00.25 Car .................................... 5000 (Skoal)
Gas ................................... 00.58 Lip Gloss ............................ 2.50 Chewing Tobacco ................. .49
Cigarettes ........................ 00.55 Records .............................. 6.95 8 Track Tape ...................... 7.25
Levi's ............................... 15.99

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LUNCH
The Twenty-Five Minute Break
Lunch was a TIME where everyone rushed to either the cafeteria or the Snack Bar before a fero -
cious line formed . It was also the TIME where you can s1t back and relax between your classes
Lunch is the TIME you had a chance to talk to your friends and discuss lo.st nights game, the party
you went to, or the show you watched. It' s also a TIME at which you could do that last minute as -
Signment you forgot about. The food was less than exotic. Our diet cons1sted of luscious cheesebur-
gers and greasy donuts to peanut butter c~nnamon rolls and fish crispies . Gordon M1ller entertained
us in the Snack Bar with h1s s~nging . Lunch was the TIME that everyone thought there wasn 't
enough TIME to eat, yet you got so much talking accomplished . Then they wondered " Why d1dn 't
we have more TIME to eat?"

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PARKING-LOT
The parking lot is something almost everyone saw every day. You don't start using the parking lot until you are a Junior and a Senior.
Your Sophomore year you spend looking at the parking lot and drooling at all the new and latest hot rods. Wondering how fast it will get
through the quarter and wonder what size of engine is under the hood. You've probably heard someone say, "You've got my parking place."
With the reply being, "Well, it doesn't have your name on it." Most of the cars and trucks are parked in about the same places daily. Girls
put down sunvisors, look in the same mirror, and comb the hair and put on the makeup that they didn't have time to do earlier. To some the
parking lot is a place to meet your girlfriend or boyfriend every morning so that you can walk holding hands up toward the big doors of our
school.

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DANCES
Fun and Laugl}ter
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The q Jt:'SI~<H' a•r<f's, Wa schoc' :1 ways as bvnng as ~orne


peop1P 'lad pu• .t up to be' ' WP. wert:> ~:aug'1t exc• angl'19 for
b1dde1 corwersat,ons H1 paper dunng tht> teachPr> bor ng lee.
tures and u~1ng the u11ch table 1n tile cafeter'a as a freeway
for sp~edmg peas that you were firpp•ng at your enem,es Tho~e
were the sun spots of fun ~tand,ng out ,., the darkness and
drudgery of five days of school eac., week We always looked
forward to those wel'kends wht"n we could >N' our fr ends up
town and at the h•gh school danct"s F nends brought us the
laughter wf' shart"d together and tht>y creatt>d the good trrnes
we had. Dunng a school year we havt:> several dances Thrnk
back on the dance when you a11d your partner fe t as rf you
wert:> the only people •n the world You felt that the dance floor
was yours, and you bumoed" your blue> away whrle gett•'19
caught up in the fas~:,natrng lrghts and the rhythm of thl' mu
s1c All of a sudden, you mrss your partners hrp. Ernbarrasst:>d
for a moment, then laughrng wrth the crowd The sense of
unity appeared agarn. lookrng back on the school year of
1978-79 we find that the boredom rs strll there but a sense of
fun and U'lrty that we've shared together makes the boredom
seem as a grarn of sand rn a vast desert.

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Looking back on what we did ; What is a memory 7
memories of fun and good TIMES , A memory is a small piece of
the laughter still echoes through TIME with meaning
the halls of our mmds; It is the meanmg of close
as the school year is ending. fnendsh1ps, of roanng laughter, and of falling tears,
It is the meaning of the TIMES
Memories replace today; we won, and of the TIMES we lost.
as we look back from tomorrow' It is the meaning of the past,
among the classes and the for without the past we could not have, memories . ..
ball games we shared ;
Filled with happiness and sorrow.

TIME is filled with memories;


and our life is filled with TIME.
so as the year is coming to a close;
another year of memories has been packed into our minds .

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Bison King and Queen
Time Honored ('tim-;an-ard) adj. Honored because of age
and established respectability.

Each year the Annual Staff has the responsibility of nom1nat1ng sen1or cand1dates for B1son K1ng and Queen
These candidates are voted on by a committee of teachers and students who have known them dunng their h1gh
school years.
Were they mvolved 1n school activities? Did they work and strive to meet goals set for themselves? Did they
have school sp1rit and make good grades? These quest1ons helped us to p1ck V1rgln1a Holt and Russell Brethower
as B1son Kmg and Queen .
Annual Staff hose to take the photographs at the D.A. Mallory Elementary to d1stmguish the d1fference from
grade school TIMES to high school TIMES.

Virginia Holt Russell Brethower


Personalities
R1ght:
Dav1d Zuhlke and Lynn Wolfe
MOST HUMOROUS

Below left:
Jo Atwater and John Janke
MOST DEPENDABLE

Below right:
Joy Bennett and Tommy Roby
MOST TALENTED .

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Left:
Carla Moss and Steve Roundtree
MOST COURTEOUS

Below:
Donna Barber and Carl Davis
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT

Above:
Tammy Franklin and John Harmon
MOST FRIENDLY

Right
K1m Vest and Mike Peace
MOST ATHLETIC
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Russell Cyril Allen Barbara Applegate Verda Jo Atwater

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Donna Elaine Barber Terri Rae Bartee Timothy John Bass

Susan Joy Bennett Rebecca Sue Bock Joseph L. Bond Joanne Maria Bowers

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Tom M . Boyd Russell Brethower Jasper Brown Linda t:iuckels

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Anneta I. Cline Treasa Jean Cline F. Keith Collins

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Lori Lynn Cox Steven Creasey Scott Daniels

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Carl T. Davis Denise Paro Davis Gwen Dickenson

Brenda Dumond Douglas Durrington Deanne Eby Janice Evans

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Leon Eugene Ford Lori Ellen Franklin Tama Lynn Franklin Rebecca Gayle Fritchey

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Ronald Blake Gilpin Vickie Ann Goodwin Jeana Jo Guenther

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Rebecca D Hall Brent Hamlet Julie Mane Haney

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John David Harmon Joe Hasler Patricia Denise Hatcher

Angelia Leigh Hawkins Chester Hill R1chard J. Hitchcock

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Kathleen D. Holcomb Virg1nia A. Holt Marcus C. Ipock John Alan Janke

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Rodney K Knapp James Larimer Rita Gwen Layland

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Lisa Ann Lilley Dwayne L. Lockhart Maple Lowe

Bill Lueker Kathy Metcalf Freddie L. Miller Brenda Montgomery


Ronald H. Morgans Carla Jean Moss Jerne A. N1xon Robert Wesley Nunn

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Karen Gail Owsley Lori Parker Paro Juanita C. Pawlikowski
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Mike Peace Rick Pilkington Gary Polston

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Charles Earl Roberts III Mark B. Roberts Sally Jean Roberts

Richard Alan Rose James Steven Rountree James L. Samons


Thomas E. Roby

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George A. Sample Tomi Lynn Saunders Mike Scurkock John Robert Shaver

Dav1d Edward Shepperly Terry D. Shewmaker Emory Shoemaker

Terry Slack Betty Sue Smith Rodney J. Sperko

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Terry Lee Stafford Ke1th D. Stevens Brenda Taylor Gary Todd

Karen S Tribon Kimberly Jo Vest Deborah Lea Whitney Lynn Marie Wolfe

Shelly Wommack Tamera Zimmerman Dav1d Glen Zuhlke Lance Fullerton

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SENIOR 3,4; Letterman Chamber Choir 1,2,3,4; Speech Club 4;
Football 1; Track 1; Vo Tech 3; District Music Contest

STATISTICS 1,2,3,4; School Play, YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHAR LIE


BROWN (Linus) 3.
ALLEN, Russell Cyril : Vo Tech, Auto Body and Fender 3,4 . CLINE, Anneta I.: Library Club 3; FHA 1,2; Glee Club 2;
APPLEGATE, Barbara: French Club, 2,3 ; FHA, 4; Annual Mixed Chorus 3; Music Club 3; Vo Tech, Clerical Practic e
Staff 3,4; Clowne Troupe, 4; Vo Tech, Printing and 4; District Music Contest 3.
Photography. CLINE, Treasa Jean : Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1,3; An-
ATWATER, Verda Jo : French Club 2,3; Pep Club 3,4; Glee nual Staff 3,4, Busmess Manager; Vo Tech, Clerical Prac -
Club 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Music Club 4; Annual Staff 4; tice 4; Distnct Music Contest l.
Clowne Troupe 4; Track 3,4, Letterman and Manager; Dis- COLLINS, F. Keith: Art Club 1; Student Council 1,2; Foot-
trict Music Contest 4; Most Dependable 4. ball 1,2,3,4, Letterman; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4, Let-
BARBER, Donna Elaine : Pep Club 3,4, Secretary-Trea- terman; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Letterman; Football Festival Es-
surer; FHA 2,3,4, Treasurer; Glee Club 3,4; Mixed Chorus cort 4.
1; Music Club 3,4; Track 1,2, Letterman; Volleyball 1; Dis- COX, Lori Lynn: FHA 3,4; Library Club 4; Speech Club 1,2.
trict Music Contest 3,4; Most School Spirit 4 . CREASY, Steven: FFA 2,3,4, President; Football 1,2,3,4,
BARTEE, Terri Rae: French Club 1,2; Library Club 4; FHA Letterman; Track 1,2,3,4; Vo Tech 3,4.
1,2,3,4; Art Club 4; Music Club 3,4, Letterman; Track DANIELS, Scott: French Club 3; FFA 1,2 ; Mixed Chorus 2;
2,3,4, Letterman; District Music Contest 2,3,4 . Football 1,2,3,4, Letterman ; Track 1,2,3,4, Letterman;
BASS, Timothy John: French Club 1; Art Club 4; Mixed Football Festival Escort 4; Heart Throb King 2.
Chorus 1; Music Club 1; Vo Tech, Broadcasting 2; German DAVIS, Carl T.: Mixed Chorus 3,4; Music Club 4; Football
Club 4. 1,2,3,4, Letterman; Track 3,4; Vo Tech 3,4; Heart Throb
BELTZ, Theodore L. : Mixed Chorus 1; Football 1; Track Candidate; District Music Contest 4; Most School Sp1nt 4.
3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3 . DAVIS, Den1se Paro : Library Club 4; Art Club 2,3,4.
BENNETI, Susan Joy: Pep Club 1; Art Club 2,3,4; Glee DICKENSON, Gwen Kay : FHA 1,2,3, Recreational Leader,
Club 4; Music Club 4; Annual Staff, Art Director 3, Editor 1st Vice President 4; Heart Throb Attendant 2,3 ; Vo Tech
4; Student Council 1, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; 4.
Class Officer Representative 1; Speech Club 1,2,3; Na- DUMOND, Brenda Jean: Art Club 2,3; Math Club l.
tional Forensic League 2,4; Vo Tech, Printing and Photog- DURRINGTON, Douglas Everett: French Club 1; Library
raphy 3,4; School Plays, SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN Club 4; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Student Council 2,3; Class Offi-
DWARFS <Dopey) 2, YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE cer 2,3, Representative; Vo Tech, Electronics 3,4; German
BROWN 3 (Snoopy); Freshman Cheerleader; Freshman Club 4.
Football Attendant; Miss Merry Christmas Junior Candi- EBY, Deann Marie: Pep Club 2,3,4; Library Club 2; FHA
date; Football Festival Queen 4; Most Talented 4. 2,3,4, Reporter; Vo Tech, Health Occupations 3,4 .
BOGGS, Scott L.: Art Club 1; Vo Tech, Auto Body 3,4; Vica ETHERTON, Harold: Football 3,4 , Letterman; Baseball 3,4 ,
Club 3. Letterman .
BOND, Joseph L.: Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Stu- FORD, Leon Eugene: Football 2,3,4, Letterman; Vo Tech,
dent Council 2; Class Officer 2, President; Vo. Tech, Broad- Electronics 3,4 .
casting 3,4; District Music Contest 2,3,4; German Club 4. FRANKLIN, Lori Ellen: Pep Club 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3,4; Mixed
BOWERS, Joanne Maria: FHA 2,4; Art Club 3,4; Vo Tech, Chorus 2,3; Music Club 3; Student Council 2,3; Class Offi-
Broadcasting 3, Printing and Photography 4 . cer, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Clowne
BOYD, Tom M.: Library Club 3; Baseball l. Troupe 3,4; Softball 2; Track 2; Volleyball 1,2; D1stnct Mu-
BRETHOWER, Russell: French Club 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4, sic Contest 2; Miss Merry Christmas 1; Basketball Home-
Letterman; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Letterman; Track 1,2,3,4, coming Attendant 2; Football Festival Attendant 2,3;
Letterman; Football All Conference Split End 3; All Ozark Barnwarming Candidate 3; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3; Fresh-
Split End; Bison King 4. man Cheerleader.
BROWN, Jasper Lawrence : FFA 1,2; Glee Club 2, Vo Tech, FRANKLIN, Tama Lynn: Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club Presi-
Refrigeration 3, Electronics 4. dent 4; FHA 1,2, 2nd Vice President, 3 Treasurer, 4 Presi-
BUCKELS, Linda: Band 1,2; Basketball 4; Track 4, dent; Buffalo Gals 1,2,3, Majorette, 4 Majorette; Class Of-
Letterman. ficer 3, President; Most Friendly 4.
BURD, David Lynn: French Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Bas- FRITCH EY, Rebecca Gayle : Pep Club 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4;
ketball 4; Vo Tech, Welding 3,4; District Music Contest l. Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Music Club 3,4; Chamber Choir 2;
BURD, G. Chnstine: Art Club 1,2,3,4; Vo Tech 4 . District Mus1c Contest 3,4; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2,3.
BURD, Valery Melisa: Buffalo Gals 1,2,3 Vice Pres1dent, FULLERTON, Lance : Mixed Chorus 1; Band 4; Pep Band
President 4; Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; Vo Tech , Clerical 3; Basketball 2; District Music Contest 4; Boy's State
Practice 4; Miss Merry Christmas Candidate, 4. Delegate .
CARTER, Christian S.: Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Music Club GANN, Dennis Eugene : Vo Tech , Welding 3,4.

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SENIOR 1,2,3A , Letterman ; Track 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3A , Let-
terman ; Vo Tech , Auto Body 3,4 ; Most Dependable 4 .
JASPER, Cynthia Rena: Pep Club 3A ; FHA 2,3A ; M usic
STATISTICS Club 3A ; Band 1,2,3A ; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff
GAUGHRAN , Tim : FFA 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 2. 3A ; German Club 4; District Music Contest 3A .
GAY, Peggy Etta: French Club 4; FHA 1; Glee Club l. JONES, Ronald D.: Band 1,2,3A ; Pep Band 1,2,3A ; An-
GILPIN , Ronald Blake : Pep Club 1; Mixed Chorus 3A ; Bas- nual Staff 3; Vo Tech , Electron ics 3A ; District Music Con -
ketball 1,2,3A ; Track 1; District Music Contest 3A . test 2,3A ; German Club 4.
GOODWIN , Vick1e Ann : Pep Club 4; FHA 1,2,3A , Senior KILLIAN , Cheryl Lonetta: Pep Club 4; Annual Staff 4 .
Representative; Track 1,2, Letterman ; Volleyball 1, KNAPP, Rodney K.: Vo Tech , Auto Body 3,4 .
Manager. LARIMER , James : FFA 1,2; Vo Tech , Carpentry 3A.
GUENTHER , Jeana Jo : Mixed Chorus 2,3; Softball 1; LAYLAND, Rita Gwen : Mixed Chorus 2.
Track l. LEE , Raymond : FFA 2; Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 1;
HALL, Rebecca D.: French Club 1,2; Pep Club 4; Buffalo Vo Tech 3A .
Gals 4; Mixed Chorus 2,3A ; Music Club 4; Band 1,3A ; Pep LEER , Todd A. : FFA 1,2,3A ; Vo Tech , Vocational Agricul -
Band 1,3A ; Annual Staff 3; Speech Club 1; Clowne Troupe ture 3A .
4; Basketball 3; Softball 3; District Music Contest 3,4; LILLEY, Kimberly S.: French Club 1; Pep Club 1; FHA
Black Tie and Tails. 2)A ; Mixed Chorus 1; Music Club 3A ; Band 1,2,3A ; Pep
HAMLET, Brent: FFA 2,3A ; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Chamber Band 1,2,3A ; Vo Tech , Printing and Photography 4; DIS-
Choir 1,2,3 ; Football 1,2,3A , Letterman ; Track 1,2,3,4; trict Music Contest 3.
District Music Contest 1,2,3; Football Festival Escort 4; LILLEY, Lisa Ann : Pep Club 1,2; FHA 2,3A ; Mixed Chorus
Heart Throb King 3. 1; Band 1; Track l.
HANEY, Julie Marie : Pep Club 1; FHA 3A ; Mixed Chorus LOCKHART, Dwayne L. : FFA 1,2; Vo Tech , Vocational Ag -
1,2; District Music Contest 1; German Club 4 . riculture 1,2 Carpentry 3A .
HARMON , John David : Student Council 1,3; Class Officer LOWE, Maple: Mixed Chorus 3.
1,3, Representative; Football 1,2,3A , Letterman ; Basket- LUEKER, Bill : Football 2,3A , Letterman ; Basketball 1,2;
ball 1; Track 1; Vo Tech , Printing and Photography 4; Baseball 2,3A , Letterman ; Football Festival Escort.
Football Festival Escort 4; Carnival King 1; Most Friendly METCALF, Kathy Mae: FHA 1,2,3A , Parliamentarian ; Art
4. Club 3, Reporter, 4 Vice President.
HASLER, Joe : FFA 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 1; Vo Tech , Weld- MILLER , Freddie L. : Track 2,3A ; Vo Tech 3,4 .
ing 3. MONTGOMERY, Brenda Kay : Basketball 1,2; Track l.
HATCHER , Patricia Denise : Pep Club 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3A ; MORGANS, Ronald Harold : Pep Club 1; Band 1,2,3A ; Pep
Art Club 3; Glee Club 4; Music Club 4 . Band 1,2,3A ; Football 1; Basketball 1,3A ; Manager;
HAWKINS, Angelia Leigh : Pep Club 1,2; FHA 1,2,3A ; Baseball 1,2,3A , Letterman ; District Music Contest
Mixed Chorus 2,3; Music Club 3; Class Officer 1, Secre- 1,2,3A .
tary-Treasurer; Basketball 2; Softball 1,2; Track 1,2; Vo- MOSS, Carla Jean : Glee Club 3; Mixed Chorus 2,3A ; Music
leyball 2; Freshman Cheerleader; Barnwarming Queen l. Club 4; Chamber Choir 3; District Music Contest 2,3; State
HENDERSON , Donna Gail: Library Club 3A ; Art Club 4; Music Contest 3; Most Courteous 4 .
Glee Club 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Music Club 4 . NIXON , Jerrie A.: FHA 1; Art Club 2; Basketball 1,2,3 ; Let-
HERRELL, Melanie H.: Volleyball 1; Vo Tech, Clerical terman ; Softball 1,2,3A, Letterman; Volleyball 1,2,3A ,
Practice 4 . Letterman .
HILL, Chester Matthew: Vo Tech, Refrigeration 3A . NUNN, Robert W. : Band 1,2; Pep Band 1,2; Annual Staff
HITCHCOCK, Richard J.: Art Club 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; 4; Student Council 4; Class Officer 4, President; Most Hu -
Track 1,2,3A. morous 3.
HOLCOMB, Kathleen D.: Library Club 4; Pep Club 3; Glee OWSLEY, Karen Gail : Pep Club 4; FHA 1,2,3, Recreational
Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 2,3 ; Music Club 3; Speech Club; Leader, 4 Devotional Leader; Art Club 4; Vo Tech , Health
Clowne Troupe 3A ; Vo Tech 3,4; District Music Contest Occupations 3A .
1,2; Black Tie and Tails 4; Vo Tech , Broadcasting 3A . PARO, Lori Parker: Art Club 1A ; Clowne Troupe 4; Carni -
HOLT, Virginia A.: French Club 3; Art Club 4; Glee Club 3; val Queen 4.
Mixed Chorus 4; Student Council 4; Class Officer 4, Repre- PAWLIKOWSKI, Juanita C.: FHA 1,2,3 Historian, 4 2nd
sentative; District Music Contest 1,2,3A; State Music Con- Vice President; Heart Throb Attendant 3.
test 2,3A ; School Play YOU'RE A GOOD MEN, CHARLIE PEACE, Mike : Football 4, Letterman ; Basketball 1,2,3A,
BROWN , Assistant Music Director; Miss Merry Christmas Letterman ; Track 1,2,3A , Letterman ; Vo Tech , Electronics
Candidate 2; Bison Queen 4. 3A; All Conference Honorable Mention , Basketball 3; Most
IPOCK, Marcus D. : Pep Club 1; FFA 3A; Football 1; Bas- Athletic 4.
ketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Vo Tech 3A . PILKINGTON, Rick : Vo Tech, Auto Mechanics 3A.
JANKE, John Alan : Football 1A , Letterman ; Basketball RATCLIFFE, Jennie Lynn : FHA 2,3A ; Buffalo Gals 1,2,3A ;

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SENIOR dent Council 2; Class Officer 2; Football 2, Letterman ;
Baseball 2,3, Letterman ; District Music Contest 1,3,4;
German Club 4.
STATISTICS STAFFORD , Terry Lee : FFA 2; Vo Tech , Auto Body 3,4 .
STEVENS, Keith D.: Mixed Chorus 1; Vo Tech , Auto Me -
Glee Club 1; Clowne Troupe 3,4 ; Vo Tech , Clerical Practice
4; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2; Freshman Cheerleader. chanics 3,4; District Music Contest l. .
REED , Darrell Wayne : Vo Tech , Auto Mechanics 3,4 . TAYLOR , Brenda: Pep Club 4; Buffalo Gals 1,2,3,4 ; Mu s1c
RICHARDSON , Larry Holl1s: Football 3,4, Letterman ; Track Club 3,4; M1xed Chorus 3,4 ; District Contest 4; State Mu -
3,4, Letterman; Baseball 3,4 , Letterman ; Vo Tech , Broad- sic Contest 4 .
casting 4. TODD, Gary : French 3,4 .
ROBERTS, Charles Earl : Vo Tech , Carpentry 3,4. TRIBON , Karen S. : Glee Club 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3;
ROBERTS, Mark B. : Student Council 4; Class Officer 4 Music Club 3; District Music Contest 2.
Secretary- Treasurer; Football 3,4; Basketball 4. VEST, Kimberly Jo : Pep Club 1,2; FHA 1,2 ,3,4; Basketball
ROBERTS , Sally Jean : Pep Club 2,3,4 ; FHA 4; Buffalo Gals 1,2,3,4 , Letterman ; Softball 1,2,3,4 , Letterman ; Trac~ 1,2,
1,2,3,4 ; Speech Club 1,2,3,4 , President; Clowne Troupe 4; Letterman; Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Letterman ; Vo Tech , Pnnt-
Softball 3,4 ; Track 1,2,3,4, Letterman ; Volleyball 4; Vo ing and Photography 4; Carnival Queen Candidate 3; Foot-
Tech , Broadcasting 3,4; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2; Var- ball Festival Queen Candidate 4; Barnwarming Queen Can -
sity Cheerleader 3; Football Festival Queen Candidate 4; didate 4; All Conference 1st Team Basketball 3; All
History Bowl Team 1,2, Captain ; National Forensic League Conference Volleyball 2nd Team 3; Most Athletic 4.
3,4 . WHITNEY, Deborah Lea: Library Club 2 , 3 ~ 4 ; Secretary;
ROBY, Thomas E.: Pep Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 ,4 ; Mu- Glee Club 1,3,4 ; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 ; Mus1c Club 3,4 ;
sic Club 1,2; Chamber Choir 1,2,3,4 ; Clowne Troupe 4; Vo Chamber Choir 2,3,4; Annual Staff Sports Writer 4; Dis -
Tech 3; District Music Contest 1,2,3,4; State Music Con- trict Music Contest 1,2,3,4; State Music Contest 2,3,4 .
test 2; Most Talented 4 . WOLFE, Lynne Marie : Pep Club 3,4; Art Club 4; Speech
ROSE, Thomas E.: Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Foot- Club 3,4 , Secretary Letterman ; Clowne Troupe 4; Basket-
ball 1; Track 1; Vo Tech , Auto Mechanics 3,4; District Mu- ball 1,2; Vo Tech , Broadcasting 3,4 ; Football Festival
sic Contest 3,4. Queen Candidate 4; Outstanding Sophomore Citizen ; Na-
ROUNTREE, James Steven: Vo Tech , Auto Mechanics 3,4; tional Forensic League ; Most Humorous 4 .
Most Courteous 4 . WOMMACK, Shelly Marie : FHA 1,2,3; Buffalo Gals 1,2,3,4,
SAMONS, James L.: FFA 2,3, Reporter, 4 Vice President; Vice President; Vo Tech , Clerical Practice 4.
Basketball 3,4 . ZIMMERMAN , Tamera Sue: Library Club 2,3,4 , President;
SAMPLE, George A. : French Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2 ,3,4; Pep Epsilon Beta 3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,4 ; Mixed
Band 1,2,3; Student Council 1,4; Class Officer 1, President; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Music Club 3,4; District Music Contest
Student Body Vice President 4; Football 2, Letterman ; 1,2,3,4 .
District Music Contest 1,2,3,4 . ZUHLKE, David Glen : French Club 1; Annual Staff 3; Vo
SAUNDERS, Tomi Lynn : FHA 1,2,3,4 ; Music Club 3,4, Let- Tech, Broadcasting 3,4; Most Humorous 4.
terman ; Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; District Music
Contest 2,3,4; State Music Contest 2,3 . DON 'T QUIT
SCURLOCK, Mike : FFA 2,3,4.
SHAVER, John Robert: Vo Tech , Carpentry 3,4. When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,
SHEPPERLY, David Edward : FFA 1; Mixed Chorus 4; Stu- When the road you ' re trudging seems all uphill,
dent Council 2,4 ; Class Officer 2,4, Representative; Basket- When the funds are low and the debts too high ,
ball 1,2,3,4 , Letterman ; Track 3,4, Letterman ; Vo Tech, And you want to smile, but you have to sigh ,
Carpentry 3; Carnival Candidate 3. When care is pressing you down a bit
SHEWMAKER , Terry D.: Football 1,2,3,4 , Letterman ; Bas- Rest if you must, but don 't quit.
ketball 1,4; Track 1,2,3,4 , Letterman ; Baseball 1,2,3,4,
Letterman ; All Conference Quarter Back 2; All Conference Often the struggler has given up
Punter 3; All Conference Third Base 2; All Conference When he might have captured the victor ' s cup;
Short Stop 2nd Team 3; First in Conference Long Jump; And he learned too late
1st in District in Long Jump. When the night came down ,
SHIELDS, Douglas Dean : Vo Tech, Carpentry 3,4. How close he was to the golden crown .
SHOEMAKER , Emory : Mixed Chorus 4; Chamber Choir 2;
Football 3; Vo Tech, Carpentry 3,4 ; District Music Contest Success is failure turned inside out
2,3. So stick to the fight when you ' re hardest hit,
SLACK, Terry A.: FFA 2; Vo Tech , Refrigeration 3,4 . It's when things seem worst that you must' nt quit.
SMITH, Betty Sue: Mixed Chorus 2,3; Vo Tech 4 . Anon .
SPERKO, Rodney J. : Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Stu-

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STU~~ NT LCUNLJL

The Student Council has been a big


plus to the Buffalo High School this
year. They have been eager and will -
ing to take on any endeavor that
would help Buffalo High School. The
council has worked hard at improving
school sp~nt and student involvement.
They have been interested, loyal, or -
ganized, and conscientious. As their
sponsor 1t has been a pleasure and a
joy working with the Stu-Co . 1978-
79 . Freshman class officers: President - Beth Atteberry, Secretary-Treasurer, Carol
Mr. Floyd Willis Sufficool, Representatives, Jil l Gilpin and Kimi Caswell .

Sophomore class officers : President Susan Kelsch , Sec- Junior class officers: President Joanne Ratcliffe, Secre-
retary-Treasurer, Jeanie Freeman, Representatives, tary-Treasurer, Susan Freeman, Representatives, Marsha
Deana ilimmo and Jackie Andrews . Brown and Teresa Garrison.
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Student Body Officers : President - Joy Bennett, V- Pres1dent, Another busy year in the life of Buffalo High School ' s
Tony Sample , Secretary - Treasurer, Donna Nyberg . Student Counc1l. They set out to accomplish many
things this year, and they did it. Stu-Co started out by
errecting a new lighted activity sign in front of the
school. They've done a good job of keeping the commu-
nity posted on school activities. Other activities spon-
sored by Stu-Co were a slave auction, where they sold
themselves to raise money for M.D . and to send fruit
baskets to the nursing homes. The football Parade , ti-
ger, roast, fun assemblies, Chrisumas Dance, Hat Day,
T-Shirt Day and Fabulour Fifty Day were only part of
the many Stu-Co sponsored activities this year. One of
the biggest Stu-Co activities was the Channel-21 Auc-
tion Drive where Stu-Co acted as chairmen of the Buf-
falo area " Go Getters. " The reason for undertaking this
Chairmanship was because the PBS station is widely
used in-throughout the school system . Stu-Co' s main
goal this year was to raise School Spirit. Proof of this is
shown in voter turn-out. Voter percentage was doubled
this year, led by the Freshman Class . Student Council
would like to thank Mr. Floyd Willis for his t1me, sup-
port, and help throughout this TIME.

Senior Class officers: President Bobby Nunn , Secretary-Trea-


surer, Mark Roberts, Representative, Dave Shepperly, V-Presi-
dent, Virginia Holt.
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Glee Club and Mixed Chorus, do you remember this daily ritual : 00-
RE-ME-FA-SO-LA-TI-00.
The Vocal Music classes at BHS utilized much of their time preparing
for the annual Christmas and Spnng Concerts. They also practiced dili-
gently for the District and State Music Contests wh1ch are held
annually.
Another activity of Mixed Chorus and Glee Club this year included a
fund-raising chili supper, which was a complete success. The proceeds
from this project went toward the purchase of new choir robes.

Glee Club

Mixed Chorus
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One of the new clubs on campus this year was Music Club . This club con -
sists of freshman thru senior vocal and instrumental music students .
The purpose of Music Club is to further an interest in all phases of music,
to encourage improvement in scholarship, and to serve the school and com-
munity through their musical abilities.
Music Club raised money in various ways for such things as the music ban-
quet, letters, medals, and helped pay for their new choir robes .
Officers: Virginia Holt, president; Tommy Roby, vice-president; Susan Free-
man, secretary; Gwenna Reed , treasurer; Donna Nyberg and Trisha Saun-
ders, representatives; Suzanne Powers, sponsor.

Junior Mus1c Club Members

Freshman Music Club Members

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Sophomore Music Club Members

Senior Music Club Members

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Instrumental Music cons1sts of three groups:


High School Band, Junior H1gh Band, and Pep
Band . The latter has helped to keep school sp1nt
high by playing at pep assemblies and home
games. High school band has been busy pre-
paring for concerts and also for District Music
Contests.

Junior High Band

Senior High Band


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The Buffalo Gals had a busy schedule this year, as always. The marched their way through many cities and
towns and many eventful activities. The Gals marched at the S.M.S. Homecoming Parade, marched at Coffee-
ville, Kan., and at Independance, Kan., and at the Branson Christmas Parade. They also did their marching rou-
tine at the Football and basketball Festivities.
The Buffalo Gal members include: Tammy Franklin; Majorette, Lesa Atkission, Heather Bass, Debbie Deckard,
Vallery Byrd, Joanie Ferrell, Sheri Phillips, Carol Sufficool, Becky Hall, LaCinda Day, Shelly Wommack, Kelly
Tummons, Cheryl Knowels, Sally Roberts, Tina Bursey, Karen Shantz, Tammy McGregor, Rhonda Lampkey,
Brenda Taylor, Kimi Caswell, Carrie Lilley, Laurie Wolfe, Tricia Saunders, Kim Harmon, Teresa Roundtree, Jill
Gilpin, LaTresa Harmon, Beth Spurrier, Tammy Rice, Jeanna Burtin, Jennie Ratcliffe, Meg Linman, Beth Can-
tlon, Laura Ritter, Laurie Haymes, Amy Unman.

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Above: The Drill Leaders are: from left to right: Brenda Above: Tammy Franklin - Head Majorette. Below: left to
Taylor, Sheri Phillips, Jennie Ratcliffe, Trisch Saunders, nght: Gal's officers: Sheri Phillips, Sec., Rep. Karen
Sally Roberts. Below: The Gals in action. Shantz. Student Advisor, Valery Byrd, Pres. Shelly
Wommack V-Pres.

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Junior-High Speech Club: Standing : Kevin Kelsch , Jeff Griffith , Karen Rackley, Sarah Young , Jesse Nelson.
Seated : Leslie Wolfe, Denise Miller, Judy Johnson , Lisa Lane, Betty Tuck, Regina Branch , Debi Hawkins, Jenny
Cobb, Kai Mills .

NFL: Karen Montgomery, Deana Nimmo , Jeanie Freeman Cheris Wingo, Gai Mills, Shelly Hamlet. Bottom : Joy
Bennett, Juli, Lynn Wolfe, Sally Roberts, Mary Hatcher. Not pictured : Joanie Farrell, Heather Bass .

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Speech Club: Top Row. Gloria Ray,
Mary Hatcher, Jul1 Blue, Lynn
Wolfe, Middle Row: Gai Mills,
Terry West, Shelly West, Bottom
Row: Jeanie Freeman, Christy
Beltz, Deana Nimmo, Sally Rob-
erts, Not pictured: Suzyn Kelsh,
Jeanie Farrell, Treasa Roundtree,
Marsha Spittler, Beth Atterberry,
Heather Bass, Cyndi Hawkins.

Speeck Club Officers: Sally Roberts President, Lynn Wolfe-Secretary, Deana Nimmo-Treasurer, Shelly Ham-
let-Steering Committee, Not pictured: Suzyn Kelsh-Vice-President.

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LLC-wru~ T5l~CUP~
What has forty-two legs, twenty-one multi-
colored faces, and wears pajamas? Can you
guess? It was the '78-'79 Clowne Troupe.
This year, unlike last year, Clowne Troupe
was open to any high school member who
wanted to try out. Members this year in-
cluded; Jenme Ratcl1ffe, Lori Parker Paro,
Bobby Applegate, Kathy Holcomb, Jo Atwa-
ter, Sally Roberts, Lynn Wolfe, Peggy
McKeel, Kathy Yates, Joanne Ratcliffe, Beth
Cantlon, Cheris Wingo, Melissa Kay, Melinda
Kay, Christy Beltz, Wendy Jones, Shelly
Hamlet, Gloria Ray, Margaret Parks, Mary
Hatcher, and Laura Ritter. Clowne Troupe
participated in the Football Homecoming As-
sembly and Parade. They had other activities
planned for the months of December and
January. Bad weather, however, prevented
these activities. All and all, the clowns en-
joyed bringing a few more laughs into the
lives of all that saw them perform.
Freshman Clowns

Sophomore Clowns
Parlez vous francaise? Does it all
sound Greek to you? Actually/ it is
French. French Club consisted of
eleven people this year/ slightly
smaller than last year. Members of
the club are pictured to the right.
They are Richard Moore; Cheryl
Knowles; Sherri Mahoney/ vice-presi-
dent; Chris Hackler/ president; Gary
Todd; Mrs. Merle Grant/ sponsor;
Jeff Dill; Robert Bryant; and Kevin
Royse/ secretary-treasurer. Not pic-
tured are John Nelson/ Steve
Daughtry/ and Peggy Gay. The club
had hoped to take a trip to a French
cultured town somewhere in Mis-
souri. At the time of publication/ the
trip was not yet accomplished.

German Club is a new club on


campus this year. Their first project
this year was taking a trip to Her-
man/ Missouri. Members this year in-
clude Julie Haney; Jeana Gunther;
Cindy Jasper; Yvonne Cummiogs;
Wendy Jones; Susan Heirigs; Robert
Tapp; Peggy Gay; Jeff Weitzel; Bill
Leuker; Zachary Hill; John Harmon;
Mr. Alan Stanley/ Sponsor; Doug
Durrington; Rodney Sperke; Joe
Bond; Tony Sample/ president; Ron-
ald Jones; Tammy Zimmerman/ vice-
president; Gai Mills; Margaret Parks;
and Mary Hatcher.

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THE Buffalo H1gh School Art Club
students working together to serve our
school and community through the
media of our artistic abilities.
The members of the BHS Art Club
th1s year came from both Art I and Art
II classes, and included people who were
first year members all the way to a few
third year members. Whatever the abil-
Ity and experience all the members
worked hard together throughout the
year on a number of projects for both ART CLUB OFFICERS
school and community.
The beginning of the school year
found Art Club members working to-
gether with Music Club for a Fine Arts
Float in the Football Festival Parade;
and Art Club members played an impor-
tant role in the 1978 PTA Carnival by
assisting with stage decorations. The
BHS Art Club has participated in vari-
ous art exchanges with other schools,
the annual Buffalo Christmas Parade ,
they helped spread the Christmas spirit
by decorating the BHS campus in De -
cember, held an Art Show for the PTA
in February, and presented the high
school with a school crest for per-
manent display.
Second and Third year Art Club Members
First year Art Club Members
The purpose of this organization is
mainly to improve the library services of
the school. Club members are students
grades 7-12 who work daily in the library
during their study hall, checking out
books, shelfing books and helping students
find information . The Buffalo Library Club
is a member of a statewide organization
called Epsilon Beta (keepers of the
library.>
MEMBERS: Janet Rackley, Deana
Nimmo, Doyle Sherrer, Rick Robison, Kay
Cantlon, Debbie Whitney, Terri Bartee,
Tammy Zimmerman, Lori Cox, Dennis
Clark, Martha Craighead, Yvonne Cum-
mings, Denise Davis, Cheryl Dugan, Doug
Durrington, Debbie Goosey, Chris Hackler,
Terri Hackler, Donna Henderson, Kathy
Holcomb, Ronda Jasper, Karen Spence,
Alfred Wood.

LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS

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FFA Officers: John Long , Carl Hicks, Mike Rackley, Greg Whipple, Jim Samons, Steve Creasey.
r.~.~-
FHA is a group of high school girls
helping our community and preparing
themselves for life after high school.
This year FHA had a total of sixty
members. Almost every member
played a part in raising funds for
such things as Cystic Fibrosis and
putting on the Back To School
Dance .
Tammy Franklin , FHA President,
stated, "FHA's membership has
dropped slightly from last year, but
the participation in FHA related ac-
tivities is just as good or better than
the past.
FHA Officers

Second Year FHA Members Third Year FHA Members

F1rst Year FHA Members Fourth Year FHA Members


L/1
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..,
.., The Senior Staff Members are Jo Atwater, Cheryl Killian, Bob Nunn, Teresa
Cline, Cindy Jasper, Joy Bennett, Bobby Applegate .
The Jun1or Staff Members are Kim Smith, Yvonne Cummmgs, Becky Bates, The 1978-79 Annual Staff had a
Sheri Mahoney, Brenda Hendnckson, Gwenna Reed. busy schedule this year to try to
present the best annual that B.H.S.
has ever had. The Staff started out
with a "kick-off assembly . The theme
for the annual sales was "Have You
Got Yours?" (pertaining to the an-
nual, of course). Sales peaked to a
high: Everyone was out "looking for
Theirs"! The Annual Staff members
sacrificed many hard-working hours
of Saturdays, after school, and holi-
days. Through the Staffs' efforts the
members hope to achieve the best
annual EVER!

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SENIORS

JUNIORS

SENIORS Jo Atwater, Donna Barber


{Sec.-Treas.), Deann Eby, Tammy Franklin
{Pres.>, Becky Fritchey, Vickie Goodwin
{Rep.), Cindy Jasper, Cheryl Killian, Karen
Owsley, Brenda Taylor.
JUNIORS Becky Bates, Beth Cantlon,
Martha Craighead, Susan Freeman, Teresa
Garrison {Rep.), Patty Griffin, Donna Ny-
berg, Joanne Ratcliffe, Gwenna Reed, Tyla
SOPHOMORES
Rhodlander, Tricia Saunders, Vicky
Wallace.
SOPHOMORES:- Jackie Andrews, Lyn Bai-
ley, Julie Blue, Jerry Chastine, Cathy Col-
lins, Nancy Crowder, LaCinda Day, Donna
Eby, Jeanie Freeman, Ronda Howerton,
Susie Miller, Jolene Nixon, Margaret
Parks, Gloria Ray {Rep.), Karen Shantz,
Connie Shewmaker, Beth Spurner, Kim
Wallace, Lauren Wolfe .
FRESHMEN Rayetta Applegate, Jana
Bates, Tina Bursey, Kimi Caswell, Jeanette
Claspill, Jill Gilpin, Joyce Gilpin, Mary
Hatcher, Lori Haymes, Rhonda Lamkey,
Tammy McDaniel {Rep.), Dana Owens,
Nancy Phillips, Tammy Rhondelander,
Laura Ritter, Cindy Simpson, Polly Staples,
Carol Sufficool.

FRESHMEN
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1978 Football Festival Royalty

Senior Candidate : Sally Roberts Senior Candidate : Kim Vest Senior Candidate : Lynn Wolfe
Escort: Larry Richardson Escort: Keith Collins Escort: Scott Daniels

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1978 FOOTBALL FESTIVAL
Mow Em ' Down , Stew Em ',
Queen 's Escort: Bury Em ' . . . these were just a
John Harmon few of the floats in the Festival
Parade wh1ch boosted school en -
thusiasm . After the parade a
Snake Dance and Tiger Roast
added to the pep rally held earlier
1n the day by cheerleaders and
Clowne Troupe . The coronation
was held before the game . With
the new track the royalty rode in
Junior Candidate : Becky Bates sports cars. Last year' s queen
Escort: Mark Roberts Beth Ford was present to award
the title Football Festival Queen to
Joy Bennett. The dance was held
Saturday with a live band named
FLIT E.
Football Festival Queen , Joy
Bennett

Sophomore Candidate : Shelly Hamlet


Escort: Russell Brethower

Freshman Candidate: Kelly Tummons


Escort: Bill Leuker

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Far Eastern Carnival
Juniors Sophomores
Roger Henderson Jeff Shepperly
Teresa Garrison Jolene Nixon

SENIOR HIGH ROYALTY

Freshmen 7th Grade


Eddie Louden Ricky Robison
Carol Sufficool An1ta Paro

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The PTA Carnival took in the most
money in carnival history. Events
leading up to carnival night, such as
the Slurp-A-Thon, Kissing Booth,
Sponge Throw, Radio Raffle, Car
Wash, and Bake Sales contributed to
the money intake . Competition was at
its best in the high school. This was
shown by the numerous amount of
cakes .
The winners of the Far Eastern
Carnival were as follows: H1gh School
Royalty; Terry Shewmaker and Lori
Parker. Jr. High Royalty; Marty
Hawkins and Corina Crabtree . D.A.
Mallory Elementary Royalty; Darren
Stidham and Kelly Sharp.

ELEMENTARY ROYALTY

6th Grade 5th Grade 4th Grade 2nd Grade


Danny Brown Scott McCowan Kristy Bybee Bobby Jo Beachler
Deanna Henderson Tami Jo Caswell Ed Jenson Sean Kirksey

1st Grade
Melody Howard
J1mmy Potter

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The Beautiful Sea
at Long Lane
The Second Grade class reigned at the Long
Lane Carnival. The candidates were Wayne Evans
and Deana Perc1val. Crown Bearer was Jeffery
Owen and the flower g1rl was Chrissy Sweaney.
Congratulations Second Grade!
Kindergarten: Mitchell
Brockman lst Grade : Stacy Payne
Michelle Jones Rhonda Caselman 2nd Grade : Royality

4th Grade: Jerry


3rd Grade: Michael Souza 5th Grade : Steve Scowden 6th Grade : Wayne Vest
Stnckland
Dawn Votra Tammy Day Mychyl Gann
Kari Caudill
THE F.F.A. BARNWARMING

Standing Left to Right; Walter Dickover; Jeff Lilley; Todd Leer. Sitting: Janet Rackley; Connie Shewmaker; Lisa
Burtin; Danny Pierce; Kim Vest.

THE F.H.A. HEART-THROB

Standing Left to Right: Sandra Payne; Kim Wallace; Dora Strickland. Sitting: Kelly Burtin; Mike Mitchell Todd
Leer; Patty Hatcher; Danny Pierce. &5
CHRISTMAS
Christmas spirit was bountiful on campus. Art
Club decorated the wmdows and doors . Disco
fever was hot at the Christmas Dance sponsored
by Student Council. Lateresa Harmon and her
date won the disco contest. On Christmas Sp1rit
Day, students wore red and green . Council
members were sold as Santa's Helper's. The
money raised went to charity funds. Principal,
Floyd Willis participated as an elf, also. He wore
a pink dress, earrings and tennis shoes . Mis-
tletoe day was also celebrated.
Voter turnout for Miss Merry Christmas was
large. Freshman candidate, Jane Roos, was
elected Miss Merry Christmas. Her attendants
were Valery Surd, sen1or; Donna Nyberg, junior;
and Shelly Hamlet, sophomore.

MISS MERRY CHRISTMAS, Jane Roos

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CHRISTMAS ATIENDANTS : Donna Nyberg , jun ior; Valery
Burd, semor; and Shelly Mamlet, sophomore .

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1979
BASKETBALL FESTIVAL
The Fabulous Fifties
This year school spirit had stu- Ralph Burrell and Shelly Hamlet
dents wearing bobbie sox, and as look alikes of the fifties .
saddle oxfords, long skirts, large
sweaters, rolled up jeans, t-shirts,
and pony tails. Oh , yes, let' s not
forget those adorable fellows who
poured grease on their heads,
combed back their hair, and slid
through the rest of the day.
The scene just described set the
theme for the 1979 Basketball Junior Attendant: Trisha Saunders
Homecoming. Shelly Hamlet and Escort: Russell Brethower
Ralph Burrell brought the most
noise from the audience to win the
two best dressed while Sam Dryer
crowned Tammy Franklin 1979
Basketball Festival Queen .
Tammy Franklin 1979 Basketball Festival Queen

Sophomore Attendant: Connie Shewmaker


Escort: Dave Shepperly

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The Royal Court

Senior Candidate : Linda Buckels Senior Candidate : Lori Franklin Senior Candidate : Angela Hawkins
Escort: John Janke Escort: Mark Roberts Escort: Blake Gilpin

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B.H.S.
CHEERLEADERS

Y-E-L-L

Everybody Yell

Julie Blue Nancy Crowder Jolene Nixon

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Donna Nyberg Becky Bates Trisha Saunders

JV: Joanne Ratcliffe, Beth Cantlon, Jeanie Farrell, Laura Wolfe,


Jackie Andrews, Lacinda Day
Freshman: Jill Gilpin, Laura Ritter, Joyce Gilpin, Polly Staples, Kimi
Caswell, Nancy Phillips

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OUR TIMES
Dunng the school year most students are invloved
in many activities and involved in one or more clubs .
We spend lots of TIME together and gain alot of
memories. These two pages contain the faces of our
TIMES.

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Donkey Basketball
On the night of February
3, there was a lot of action
and excitement kicked at
B.H.S. At the donkey basket-
ball game, there was never a
dull moment. Everyone, in-
cluding the donkeys, had a
great time.
These competing were the
FFA Juniors and Sen1ors,
LoUisberg Vo-tech faculty,
Mr. Burson along with the
second FFA team, and the
FHA girls. The FFA Juniors
and Seniors won .
The donkeys were fur-
nished by Crosby's Donkey
Basketball.

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75
iisnu Wimts
111 nnt ball 1£ ~it i nu
SEPTEMBER 1978 SEASON NOVEMBER

Rapping It Up
August 15 ... hot ... muggy .. .
running ... kick ing . . . running .. .
blocking ... runnrng . .. receiving .. .
the first day of official football prac-
tice . The weather conditions of late
August were not desirable for the
drills Coach Warren Kennedy would
need to have the athletes run to pre-
pare them for the upcoming season .
Besides having to work around the
men who were building our new
track, our players and coaches had to
rebuild a team . Many of them had
never worked together before and
were unsure of each other. They had
just sixteen days to prepare for the
first game of the season .
The playing season opened Sep-
tember first with the Bisons traveling
to Lebanon . The players were pre-
pared for the duration. School spirit
was at a high that had been absent
for a period of TIM E. Cheerleaders
led the largest Pep Club rn a number
of years. Despite the spirit, we lost
17-0.
Camdenton was our next con-
tender. This Friday nights' ritual was
to be on our home turf. With losing
to Camdenton last year, 40-0, our
young athletes practiced longer

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FOOTBALL EDITION 1978 SEASON
FOOTBALL EDITION 1978 SEASON

and harder. We scored for the first


time this year when Terry Shew-
maker connected with flanker Mike
Peace with a 30-yard touchdown
pass. We scored again when Larry
Richardson scooped-up a fumbled
ball and ran for an 87 yard touch-
down. Despite our efforts we lost, but
held last years runner-up 3A State
Football Champs to a 20-12 decision.
We lost our first two conference
games with Ozark and Rogersville at
home. After losing the first four
games, enthusiasm was still high. Our
losses were attributed to the com-
pounded mjuries on the Varsity
squad. Most of the injuries were
caused in practice as well as in actual
games. Other attributing factors
were inexperienced returning let-
termen, the loss of three year start-
ing graduates, and rookie Seniors.
The last home game before Foot-
ball Fest1val was played against El
Dorado Springs. Scoring in this ball-
game was Russell Brethower when
he caught a kick-off and charged for-
ward 85 yards for a touchdown. John
Janke crashed into the end zone for
two more points. El Dorado Springs
ended up on top, 20-8.
Bisons hit the road playing Confer-
ence teams Marshfield and Willard,
but fell behind in both games making
their record 0-7.
October 20th we faced Republic in
our Football Festival bout. Student
Council sponsored several activities
which boosted school soul. Football play-
ers were grand marshalls of the Festival
Parade. At the game the players and par-
ents were honored. The crowd was large
and enthusiasm filled the air, which help-
ed Bisons score the most points in one
game than they had all year. We lost the
game, but it didn't matter, because the
events up to the game and the Festival
dance were a success and everyone enjoy-
ed themselves.

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FOOTBALL EDITION 1978 SEASON

BURY
FOOTBALL EDITION 1978 SEASON

On the road again we faced Bolivar


our biggest school rival. We lost in the
cold temperatures.
Our last game of the season faced
Branson on their turf. We lost but
added a new school rival.
A quote that has meaning to the
1978 football season: "Without a sec-
ond place team there would be no num-
ber one." Even though we were anum-
ber two team, our players never let
down, were good sports, and kept a
good attitude.

"Anybody can win ... but it takes a real


man to lose "

SCOREBOARD
OPPOSITION BUFFALO
17 Lebanon 0
20 Camdenton 12
21 Ozark 7
14 Rogersville 0
20 Eldorado 7
37 Marshfield 0
43 Willard 7
40 Republic 20
33 Bolivar l3
47 Branson 0

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"79" SENIOR PLAYERS


No. 17 Terry Shewmaker
No. 19 Scott Dan1els
No . 21 Russell Brethower
No . 23 John Harmon
No . 33 Larry Richardson
No . 40 Gene Ford
No . 44 Richard Hitchcock
No. 48 John Janke
No . 51 Carl Dav1s
No. 59 Brent Hamlet
No . 76 Steve Creasy
No . 77 Bill Leuker
No. 78 Keith Collins
No. 79 Mark Roberts
No. 89 Mike Peace

COACHING STAFF
Head Coach Warren Kennedy
Rick Henderson, Gene Coltrin Dave Richards
JSisntt Wimts
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BASKETBALL 1978-79 SEASON

Final Score
As the unpracticed players step on
the court, their footsteps cut through the
silence of the desolate gym . The man-
ager throws the balls on the floor not
realizing the number of TIMES the balls
would be used during the next few
months. A long, lanky player out-
stretches his arm to scoop up the ball.
Hesitantly, he bounces the ball as he
makes his way to the top of the key.
With sudden ease he rushes to the goal
and ... SLAM DUNK !
The 1978-79 Basketball Season had
begun . Head basketball coach , Marty
Garrison , has suicides, sta1rs, and many
drills in store for his team. This was not
a winning season for the Bisons. Our
first game was with Waynesville on their
home court. We lost, 46 to 63, but this
did not hurt the fighting spirit of the Bi-
sons. Throughout the season they
fought with undieing enthusiasm and
devotion .
In taking a look at the scorebooks,
the record is not pleasing to the eye; 7
games were won with 19 losses. How-
ever, you must consider that these were
not landside losses . In seven conscutive
games

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1978-79 SEASON BASKETBALL

VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM


Standing: Dave Shepperly, John Janke, Earl Wallace, Russell Brethower, Mark Roberts, Greg Hicks, Mike Peace,
Blake Gilpin, Sam Dryer, Pat Blair, and Danny Pierce. Kneeling: Coach Gamson, Ronald Morgans, Casey Wilson,
Brian Eisman, Rick Freeman, and Jacky Payne .

HAND TO HAND BACK TO BACK SIDE BY SIDE

WE'RE BUFFALO BISONS BACK PRIDE


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BASKETBALL 1978 -79 SEASON

we lost by a collective total of twenty -


three points. Th1s averages out to
roughly three points per game. Even
though we were not victorious the
games proved to be a good spectator
sport. These small marginal losses gave
us confidence that we could come back
and win .
One of the more exciting games we
played was with the Ozark Tigers . Ozark
had won every game in the Central
B TEAM BASKETBALL
Ozark Conference . The Bisons gave
Standing : Jeff Shepperly, Stan Mayfield , Kenny Fry, Jeff Dill , Greg Morris,
them a run for their money. When the
Bill Templeton , Rex Clinkenbeard, Robbie Robison ,J1m Lueker, Pat Blair,
final buzzer sounded, they had won by
Robert Bryant, Dennis Highfill, Steve Morgans, and Danny Morgans . Kneel -
only one point.
ing : Coach Garrison , Ronald Morgans, Casey Wilson , Brian Eisman , Coach
We finished the C.O.C. games with the
Marshfield Bluejays. The court was hot Rick Freeman , and Coach Jacky Payne.
. .. the players were hot ... we won
with a sizzling score of 79 to 54 .
An unwelcomed pattern seemed to
haunt the Bison ballclub . The team
showed their colors through the first
and second quarters, but during the
third quarter they seemed to lose
ground . The result is our many, small
marginal losses.
In our last battle on the court, we
played Central, the first seated team, in
the Regional Tournament. We surprised
everyone by being on top when going
into the locker room at half time. We
gave the Central Bulldogs a fight for
their seat by keeping the point spread
from two to four point until the final
score showed our loss, 52 to 58 .
The losing season is contributed to
several causes. The main problem was
the lack of varsity experience with only
one returning varsity member . With
football season ending before basketball
season hardly began there were several
injuries left to heal. Every team needs

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BASKETBALL 1978-79 SEASON

SCOREBOARD
Buffalo Opponent Score
44 Lebanon 75
55 Branson 66
63 Skyline 51
46 Waynesville 63
57 Ozark 73
50 Republic 53
60 Bolivar 61
a leader and our basketball team lacked 44 Camdenton 53
the essential leadership of that one 56 Houston 61
prominent player. Defensively the team 62 Ava 47
didn't show it's potential, but offen- 37 Willard 40
sively they looked good at TIMES. The 53 Willard 50
offensive downfall was that they were 57 Branson 67
not accurate with outside shooting and 43 Rogersville 63
didn't drive to the bucket often enough. 58 Ozark 59
In an interview with Coach Garrison, 42 Nixa so
he had good thmgs to say about his se- 65 Richland 59
nior players. 6'2" Center, Russell Breth- 52 Waynesville 54
ower was a consistent player and did 58 Republic 75
exactly what was needed of him. 6'3" 49 Willard 63
Forward, Mike Peace was a good de- 42 Branson 54
fensive player. 5'10" Guard, John Janke 64 Marshfield 55
was the best ball handler of the sen1or 66 Bolivar 63
group. 5'8" Guard, Dave Shepperly 61 Rogersville 71
showed his potential when Coach Garri- 79 Marshfield 54
son classified him as the best all-around 52 Central 58
player in six or seven of the ballgames. Games Won
6'1" Center, Blake Gilpin and 6'3" For-
ward, Mark Roberts held the best atti-
tude of the group and helped keep team
spirit going.
Next year's main concern is the post-
man, but Garrison has good outlooks
for next year's team. He will have five
returning experienced varsity members:
Earl Wallace, Danny Pierce, Sam Dryer,
Pat Bla1r, and Greg Hicks. Several of
the JV players look promising for the
next season.
Boys sports has not been what we
had anticipated and hoped for this year.
Although we would have liked more
wins, the sportsmanlike conduct that
our athletes held with high esteem has
not been matched in TIMES past.

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SENIOR BASKETBALL PLAYERS


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VOLLEYBALL 1978 SEASON

Volleyball
We dig VOLLEYBALL! The Vars ity
Volleyball Team . Standing : Juli Blue ,
manager; Connie Shewmaker, soph -
omore; Teresa Garrison , junior;
Donna Nyberg , junior; Kim Vest, se -
nior; Debbie Cooper, coach. Sitting:
Vicki Wallace, jun ior; Jerne Nixon ,
senior; Darlena Morgans, JUnior.

SCOREBOARD
Central 2115 , 3 / 15
Monett 15 / 6, 15 / 8
Cassville 8 15, 4 15
ElDorado Spnngs 15 7, 15 4
Parkview 15 13, 15 6
Lebanon 10 15, 15 7, 15 10
Ozark 15 11, 15 10
Bolivar 15 / 11, 15/ 2
Branson 15 4, 15/7
Glendale 4 15, 2 15
Rogersville 13 15, 15 4, 15 7 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM
Lebanon 15 12, 15 7
Republic 10 15, 14 16
Marshfield 15 3, 15 6
Willard 12115, 16114, 15 / 2
Rogersville 13 15, 15 / 13, 16 14
Willard 15110, 4115, 6 15
Republic 15 11, 15 11
Conway 15 5, 15 3
Hillcrest 15 5, 15 5
District Tourney
Miller 14 / 16, 15 / 10, 15 / 5
Central 9115 , 0 15

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Volleyball 1978 Season

Freshmen Volleyball Team


SOFTBALL 1978 SEASON

GIRLS SOFTBALL
TEAM 3rd IN
STATE
" Let' s do it again ," said the 1978
B.H.S. Girl ' s Softball Team - and so
they did . The softball girls, for the
second year in a row, under the
coaching of Debbie Cooper, went to
state . And , for the second year in a
row, they took third place at state .
Ranked along with the Third in State
honor, the girls also received first in
district, and first in regionals .
The softball team seniors include:
Sally Roberts, sub .; Jerrie Nixon,
Short Stop; Kim Vest; Left field;
Terri Bartee, Manager. The Juniors
include: Carlene Morgans, Right
field ; Vicki Wallace , center field . The
Sophomores players include Dawn
Davies; Pitcher; Gai Mills, catcher;
Sharon Riggins, sub. ; Shelly Hamlet,
catcher; Connie Shewmaker, 1st
baseman , and Jolene Nixon , 2nd
baseman . The Freshman class had
one lone representative , Jane Roos,
3rd baseman.

SCOREBOARD

Opponent Buffalo
Sprf. Catholic 5 17
Stafford 3 22
Morrisville 2 10
Halfway 2 26
Nixa 2 8
Crocker 2 15
Weaubleau 5 17
Skyline 1 12
Rolla 16 4
Richland 16 3
Crocker 2 1
Morrisville 7 20
Fairplay 5 33
Ash Grove 4 5
Gainesville 8 18
Sherwood 8 19
Nixa 6 8
Lafayetta 9 0

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SOFTBALL 1978 SEASON

91
BASKETBALL 1978-79 SEASON

Basketball
The girls were on the floor, the
whistle was blown, the action started.
The first game? No, practices: Before
any real game was ever played the
Bison girls were hard at work learn-
ing new plays, practicing their shots
and scrimaging against each other.
Every day 7th hour and after school
the girls could be seen in the gym
practicing, while Coach Cooper's
vocie was heard giving them instruc-
tions, and incouragement.
The A team started off their 26
games season by losing the 1st three
games, but they came back and won
the next two. The remaining season
went back and forth, sometimes for
the Bisons, sometimes not. The bi-
ggest against Marshfield with the Bi-
sons, winning by 19 points. The final
statistics showed Varsity ll-15, B
team 5-10. Girls Varsity Basketball
Varsity players are, left to right
standing: Donna Nyberg, manager;
Vikcie Wallace, center; Connie
Shewmaker, forward & guard; Coach
Debbie Cooper; Kneeling; Deana
Nimme, manager; Tammy Nichelsin,
guard; and Shelly Hamlet, forward &
guard.
B team players are standing:
Donna Nyberg, Manager: Carol Suffi-
cool, Gai Mills, Shannon Murphy,
Jane Roos, Kimi Caswell, & Coach
Debbie Cooper, Kneeling is: Deana
Nimme, Jeanette Glaspie, Jana
Bates, and Tammy McDaniel,
manager.

SCOREBOARD

Opposition B1sons
52 Republic 36
66 Halfway 35
61 Branson 42
33 Marshfield 52
37 Ozark 40
49 Stockton 38
34 Fair Grove 49
38 Marshfield 37
53 Rogersville 39
Girls Jr. Varsity Basketball 29 Bolivar 31
33 Ozark 43 Parkview 47
36 42 Strafford 44
54 Camdenton 44 Willard 27
30 59 Ava 53
40 Conway 31
28 Fair Play 41
32 Parkview 46
51 Parkview 28
31 Bolivar 49
37 Branson 34
27 Mt. Grove 46
51 Skyline 28 36 Camdenton 32
44 Morrisville 23
BASKETBALL 1978-79 SEASON
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JR. HIGH SPORTS 1978-79 SEASON
7th Basketball
GIRLS BASKETBALL
7th Grade: Coach; Suzanne Jarvis, back row:
Coach Jarvis, Tammy Eagleburger, Brenda Ort-
ner, Paula Lanford, Kim Meyer, Lori Hicks,
Manager Judy Johnson, front row: Nancy Reed-
er, Denise Miller, Angela Lawson, Damara
Gilham
8th Grade: Coach; Carmen Richardson, back
row: Coach Richardson, Manager; Janet Wall-
ace, Angelin !peck, Shiela Ownby, Kay Cantlon,
Elaine Bradley, Shannon Sample, Manager;
Gaylene Righter, Manager; Angie Guenther,
front row: Leanne Smith, Tammy Anmer, The-
rise Walters, Joanie Spurrier, Kai Lei Mills
BOYS BASKETBALL
7th Grade: Coach; Jacky Payne, back row:
Coach Payne, Scott LaCrue, Ricky Robison,
Rodney Miller, Kelly Peace, Brian Whipple,
Kevm Kirk, Micky McGuire, Marty Bennett,
Dirk Luttrell, Reggie Knapp, Darin Smith. Not
pictured; Donnie King, Greg Wommack, front
row: David Andrews, Steve Bowers, Rocky Dur-
ham, Chris Yates, Bobby HasHagen, Jeff Allen,
Randy Montgomery, Donald Skinner, Jeff Grif-
fin; Manager
8th Grade: Coach; Dav1d Richards, back row:
Paul Howells, Darin Heard, Smiley Dill, Randy
Miller, Marty Hawkins, Kevin Pierce, Dan Dry-
er, Pat McGlothlin, front row: Lane Wallace,
Robt. Parker, Joe Layland, Danny McDaniel,
Buddy Bradley, Duck Burtin, Greg Morgans,
John Jones, Dennis Barnes
9th Grade: Coach; Marty Garrison, back row: 8th Basketball
Coach Garrison, Doug Nimme, Bob Luttrell, Jim
Parminter, Norman Patterson, Steve Steinmark,
Jason Whipple, Ray Burtin, Greg Wimberly,
front row: Rocko Deckard, Robert Blair, Darin
Henderson, Mitch Phillips, Terry Nicholson, Rex
Bass, Steve Young, Manager; Kelly Burtm, Not
Pictured; Troy Bolin, Mark Crisman

94
7-9 SPORTS 1978-79 SEASON

BASKETBALL 7th

BASKETBALL 8th

BASKETBALL 9th

95
SPORTS 1978-79 SEASON

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
7th Grade: Coach; Suzanne Jarvis,
back row: Manager, Judy Johnson,
Tammy Eagleburger, Lori Hicks,
Nancy Reeder, Marla Nelson, Brenda
Ortner, Coach Jarvis, front row: Re-
gina Weeks, Donna Viles, Damara
Giljam, Anita Paro, Denise Miller,
Tina Wh1te
8th Grade: Coach; Carmen Rich-
ardson, back row: Manager Angie
Guenther, Nancy Henderson, Gaylene
Righter Lesa Chapman, Shiela
Ownby, Kay Cantlon, Angelia !peck,
Coach Richardson, front row: Kai Lei
Mills, Joanie Spurrier, Susan Randall,
Tammy Ariner, Patty Zani
BOYS FOOTBALL
7th Grade: Coach; Rick Henderson,
back row: Scott LaCrue, Chris Yates,
Greg Wommack, Brian Whipple, Don-
nie King, Bobbie Hashagen, Rick
Robison, Paul Phillips, Darin Chris-
man, Danny Gaughran, Steve Bower,
Tony Jones, Ted Whitzel, Bill Rain-
water, Dean Miller, Chris McKiel,
Manager, Kelly McDonald, front row:
Tim Chaple, Kelly Peace, Rocky
Durm, Jimmy Dirik, John Martin,
Darn Smith,Jeff Allen, Jason Dibben,
Claud Lane, Kevin Kirk, Tony Rob-
erts, Artie Tucker
8th Grade: Coach; David Richards,
back row: Coach Richards, Assistant;
Kenny Ford, Don Pierce, Devin
Pierce, Loren Ernster, Roger
Hughes, Smiley Dill, Marti Hawkins,
Jeff Witzman, Joe Bellanger, Charlie
Gilsten, Ed Hawkins, Dan Dryer, Paul
Howells, front row: Richard Cum-
mins, Dan Gaughran, Pat McGlothlin,
Mike Waibel, Dan Henderson, Scott
Weitzel, Pandy Zimmerman, Mike
Burhard, Duck Burtin, Buddy
Bradley, Dewey Rankin, John Jones, 7th Grade 0 0 0 Undefeated
Dan McDaniel, Robert Parker, Greg
Morgans Girls Volleyball

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SPORTS 1978-79 SEASON

7th Grade

8th Grade

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CENTRAL
OZARK
CONFERENCE
PICKS THESE
ATHLETES
The COC 1 ~ a group of eight schools
that have formed a league . Each of
these eight schools compete against
each other for the title in each sport.
COC people picked are :
Kim Vest: first team COC 3-A All
District-All Ozark Honorable M ent1on
in basketball and first team COC in
volleyball.
Vickie Wallace : COC Honorable
Mention in basketball. Second team
COC in volleyball.
Russell Brethower: COC All
Conference .
Mike Peace and Greg Hicks : Hon-
orable Mention in basketball.

98
JUNIORS
Herbie
Allen
Jill
Anderson
Kathy
Anderson
Kenny
Anderson
Mike
Andrews

Lesa Atkisson
Sherri Atteberry
Mike Austin
Becky Bates
Tom Bolin
Jeff Bowne
Marsha Brown

Greg Bruffett
Cornna Buntm
Lisa Burttn
Debbie Byrd
Beth Cantlon
Todd Carmean
Roger Carver

Dennts Chapman
Dawn Chnsty
Denn1s Clark
Mtke Cotter
Frank Cox
Martha Cratghead
Harold Crothers

J 1mmy Crusha
Lee Crusha
Yvonne Cummings
John Dav1s
Linda Dillard
Sam Dryer
Charles Dugan

Pamela Eagon
Lew1s Ernster
Rodney Fant
Joan Farell
Chns Ford
Matthew Frantz
Susan Freeman

Kenny Fry
Robert Gamel
Tim Garrett
Teresa Garnson
Patty Gnffin
Chns Hackler
LaTresa Harmon

100
Eddie Hayes
Lisa Hayes
John Hays
Susan Heirigs
Cindy Henderson
James Henderson
Roger Henderson

Brenda Hendrickson
LaVana Henson
Tammy Henson
Carl Hicks
Dennis Highfill
Ginger Hitchcock
Dennis Holman

Margaret Hood
Gail Howard
Terry Howe
Phillip Howerton
Randy Jasper
Melinda Kay
Melissa Kay

Cheryl Knowles
Mark LaCrue
Meg Linman
John Long
Edith Lowe
Jim Lueker
Juanita McHenry

Peggy McKeel
Wes McK1nney
Sherri Mahoney
Kevin Mallory
Carolyn Martin
Clara Miller
Marlene Miller

Darlena Morgans
Steve Morgans
Tammy Nicholson
Dona Nyberg
Melanie Oliver
Brad Osborne
Jeff Owens

Kevin Paro
Teresa Patten
David Phillips
Sheri Phillips
Danny Pierce
Carylon Pinkerman
Kathy Poe

Mark Popejoy
Mike Rackley
Chip Rankin
Jeanne Ratcliffe
Russell Reav1s
Gv;enna Reed
Tyla Rhodelander

101
Carol Roberson
Joe Roberson
Nancy Sample
Tnc1a Saunders
Kyle Sharpe
Doyle Sherrer

Gary Simmons
Ja1me Slocum
K1mberly Sm1th
Troy Sm1th
Jeff Spence
Dora Strickland
Dav1d Sufficool

Veron1ca Taylor
Edd Torrey
Julie Tnbon
Kevm Tummons
James Wakefield
Earl Wallace
Liann Wallace

V1cky Wallace
Norman Walton
Jeff We1tzel
Greg Whipple
Greg Wh1te
Nick1 W1il1ams
Ruben W1lson

Chens Wingo
Rodney Worth1ngton
Dav1d Yates
Kathy Yates

102
SOPHOMORES
Mac Ahart
Jack Albnght
Julie Alford
Jackie Andrews

Dals1a Atk1sson
Jerry Austin
Lyn Bailey
LaDonna Barclay
Chnsty Beltz
John Bennett
Pat Blair

Julie Blue
K1m Bradley
Sharon Branch
Dav1d Bowne
Arthur Brown
Kent Brown
Robert Bryant

Ralph Burrell
Becky Carter
Eddie Caselman
Gary Cederlind
Jerry Chast1ne
Rex Clinkenbeard
Cathy Collins

Tammie Crabtree
Matt Craighead
Nancy Crowder
Steve Daugherty
Dawn Dav1es
David Davis
LaCinda Day

Debbie Dechard
Chekotah DeCou
Jeff Dibben
Jeff Dill
M1ke Dill
George Dnnkall
Craig Dudley

Greg Durnngton
Cheryl Dugan
, Ty Dull
Donna Eby
Bnan Eisman
Kathy F1tzwater
Nina Fletcher

103
Dav1d Folsom
Kenny Ford
Martha Frantz
J eame Freeman
M1ke Gaughran
Karen Gnffin
Sandra Hackler

Tern Hackler
Ruth Hall
Mike Ham1lton
Shel.y Hamlet
John Hard1n
Wanda Henson
Daryll H1cks

Greg Hicks
Knsty Hoffman
Nicky Houston
Ronda Howerton
Karen Huber
Linda Jasper
Wendy Jones

Suzyn Kelsch
Becky Lane
Joe Lanmer
Carne L1lley
Jeff L1lley
M ke McGlothlin
Tammy McGregor

Jeff McKmney
Chns Mayfield
Stan Mayfield
Ricky Me1xue1r0
Sus1e Miller
Ga1 M.1s
R1cky M1tchell

Keren Montgomery
Richard Moore
Susan Moore
Danny Morgans
Greg Morns
Russell Morton
John Nelson

Deana N1mmo
Jolene N1xon
Laura Oldham
Danny Palmer
Margaret Parks
D1ane Patterson
Melody Peterson

Barbara Pilkington
Kent Pmkley
Randy Ragland
G1selle Rankm
Glona Ray
Rebecca Reed
Robb1e Robmson

104
Kevm Royce
Melan1e Sanders
Donald Schm1ed
Donna Schm1ed
Karen Shantz
V1ck1e Sharp
Jeff Shepperly

Conn1e Shewmaker
Bonn1e Shields
Jan1e Shoemaker
Jean1e Shoemaker
Donn1e Short
Jam1e Sm1th
Karen Spence

Beth Spurner
Jeff S1ncla1r
John Sw1gert
Matt Taylor
Bill Templeton
Kim Wallace
Cheryl Weeks

Casey Wilson
Donna W1seman
Laune Wolfe
Alfred Wood
Steve Wood
Reg1na Worley
Amy Harp

Wesly Ray
Steve Stansberry

105
FRESHMEN
Rayetta Applegate
Beth Atteberry
Kerry Ba1ley
Jerry Barclay

Lisa Barclay
Perry Bartee
Heather Bass
Rex Bass
Jana Bates
Billy Bennett
Kevin Bennett

Robert Blair
Troy Bolin
Jack Bowers
Brenda Brown
Dewayne Bryant
Raymond Bunt1n
Tina Bursey

Jeanna Burtin
Kelly Burt1n
Sherry Caldwell
Kim1 Caswell
Randy Chappell
James Clark
Jeanette Claspdl

Jackie Cornett
Dale Cox
Mark Cnsman
Barbara Crothers
Chns Daniels
Scott Davis
Rocko Deckard

Larry Decou
Joel D1bben
Walter Dickover
Billy Dilliard
Gilbert Dnnkall
Diane Dudley
Marc Duggan

Mark Eagleburger
Terry Fields
Charles Fletcher
Suzanne Gaughran
Jill Gilpin
Joyce Gilpin
Sherry Hackler

106
Gary Hale
Danelle Hall
Dale Hansen
Sammy Hard n
K1m Harmon
Kelly Harp
Mary Hatcher

Carla Hawkins
Cmdy Hawlms
John Hawley
Lon Haymes
Dann Henderson
Zachary H1ll
M1sty Hoffman

Charles Hood
M1chael Houston
Dav1d Howe
Ronda Jasper
Alan Ka1sler
Tammy King
Shelly LaCrue

Rhonda Lamkey
Jody Leer
Joseph Leone
Amy Linman
Brenda Lockhart
Dav1d Lockhart
L1sa Loudermilk

Edd1e Lowden
Gloria Lowe
Susan Lueker
Bob Luttrell
Sandra Luttrell
Darlena Lynch
Tammy McDaniel

Edd1e Maddux
Kenneth Mays
Stacey Meadows
Dav1d Miller
Jimmy Miller
Mark Moriarty
Shannon Murphy

Shannon Nelson
Terry N1cholson
Doug Nimmo
Dean Oliver
Dana Owens
Jim Parmenter
Norman Patterson

J1m Pawlikowski
Sonya Payne
Bill Pett1 bon
Michael Ph1ll1ps
M1tch Phillips
Nancy Phillips
Chnst1e P1per

107
Troy Polston
Den1se PopeJOY
Tammy Powell
Janet Rackley
Steven Randall
Tammy Rhodelander
Tammy R1ce

Shelly R1chardson
Laura R1tter
Sherry Roberts
Gordon Robertson
Earn1e Roby
Ronald Roeder
Dan1el Rogers

Sherry Rogers
Jane Roos
Teresa Rountree
Melvin Routt
Bryan Rupe
Lynne Saffle
K1m Sharpe

Cmdy S1mpson
Barry Slack
Chns Smith
Edd1e Sm:th
Marsha Sp1tt.er
Lisa Stafford
Kevin Stansberry

Polly Staples
Ronald Starchman
Steve Ste1nmark
Carol Sufficool
Andy Suha
Debb1e Sutton
Robert Tapp

Terry Taylor
Steve Todd
Kelly Tummms
Burley Turner
Jimmy Turner

Jason Wh1pple
Mike While
Denn1s Whittaker
Dav1d Wilson
Dewayne Williams

Greg Wimberly
Kim Witzman
Steve Young
N1ckv Zimmerman

108
EIGHTH GRADE
Jerry Arterberry
Jay Atwater
Daryl Baker
Todd Baldock

M1ke Barclay
Denn1s Barns
Joey Belanger
David Bock
Tracy Boggs
Buddy Bradley
Ela1ne Bradley

Reg1na Branch
Tracy Bryant
K1m Burbough
Mike Burkheart
Buck Burt1n
Dawn Cannon
Kay Cantlon

Leslie Carter
L1sa Chapman
Sherry Charlton
J enn1fer Cobb
J ean1e Cornett
Tan na Crabtree
Tammy Cnner

Shar Crusha
R1chard Cumm1ngs
Joyce Daniels
Kelly Davidsavor
Lor• Dav1s
Gary Dill
Gall Dnnkall

Greg Dnnkall
Danny Dryer
Melissa Duggan
Sandra Earp
Cindy Ell1ott
Lorren Ernster
J R Evans

Clmton Evel
Chns Forb1s
Ang1e Ford
Rachel Frantz
Robert Gaughran
Keenan Gillisp1e
Charlie Gilston

109
Debb1e Goosey
Danny Greene
Kelly Guser
Ang1e Guenther
Melvm Hale
Donald Hancock
Carol Haney

James Haney
John Harrell
Debb1e Hawkins
Edd1e Hawk1ns
Marty Hawkins
Dann Heard
Kathy Hembree

Danny Henderson
Nancy Henderson
Veronica Hendnck
Cathy Henson
Scott Holcomb
Bobby Hood
Paul Howells

Melinda Huff
Roger Hughes
Ang1e Ipock
J1mmy Jackson
John Jones
Kevin Kelsch
Becky Lanmer

Joe Layland
Mmdy Lew1s
Dale Lutz
Debbie McCatty
Patty McCatty
Rob1n McClarnon
Danny McDaniel

Melinda McDaniel
Pat McGlothlin
Donna McLallen
Kathy Mahoney
K1m Massey
Cindy Matthews
V1ck1e Meyer

Curt1s Miller
Randy Miller
Ka1 Mills
M1ke Mitchell
Trudy Montgomery
Becky Morgans
Greg Morgans

Brenda Monotry
Jesse Nelson
Pam Ortner
Timmy Owens
Susan Owensby
Sheila Ownby
Wayne Oxberger

110
Robert Parker
Joe Pawlikowski
Debb1e Pewval
Donald P1erce
Kev1n P1erce
Cathy P1per
Agnus Qum

Susan Randall
Roger Rankin
JacqUie Ratcl1ffe
James R1chey
Gaylene R1ghter
R1ck R1ley
Sharon Robb1ns

Mark Roberts
Grayson Robertson
D'Ann Rogers
Barbara Sample
Shannon Sample
Cra1g Schme1d
Jeff Scowden Scowden

B lly Sm1th
JoAnne Sm1th
LeAnne Sm1th
T1na Sm1th
Joann1e Spurner
Nathan Stafford
J1mmy Stnckland

Scott Stroup
David Sweaney
Cherry Tapp
T1sh Thomas
Betty Tuck
linda Turner
Tom Voltra

M1ke Wa1bel
John Wakefield
Janet Wallace
Layne Wallace
Thense Walters
Scott We1tzel
Jeff W1tzman

Jack1e Williams
Jenn1e W1ll1ams
K1m Will ams
Mary W1ll1ams
Sara Young
Robert Z1mla
Randy Z1mmerman

111
Seventh Grade

Jimmy Belanger
Martin Bennett
Mike Birdsong
Barbara Blake
John Black
Wade Blake
Michelle Blue

Beth Brown
Tanya Buntm
Charles Burrell
Leona Cansler
Scott Cantlm
T1mmy Chappell
Richard Corbm

Dann Crisman
Nora Dan1els
Jason D1bben
Kent Dudley
Billy Dugan
Curt1s Dunlap
Rocky Durham

Tina Dykes
Tammy Eaglebuger
Larry Eby
An1ta Evans
J1mmy Evans
Ross Everett
Cra1g Ferrell

Dallas Floyd
Barbara Freeman
Lisa Gann
Dan1el Gaughran
Paul Gay
Damara Gillham
Jeff Gnffith

Deena Hackler
Enc Hall
Lmda Hall
Bobby Hashagan
Lora Hays
Susan Hays
Mike Hickham

112
Laura H1cks
Gary Huber
Timmy Jackson
Lynn Jasper
Sherry Jasper
Judy Johnson
Anthony Jones

Manlyn Kaus
Ga1 Ke1th
Donn1e K1ng
Kev1n K1rk
Reggie Knapp
James Krummel
Scott La Crue

Nicki Lamkey
Clyde Lane
Lisa Lane
Paula Langford
Angela Lawson
Edward Long
D1 rk Luttrell

M1cky McGuire
Chns McKeel
John Martin
Chnst~na M1ller
Denise M1ller
Dean Miller
Rodney M1ller

Randy Montgomery
Douglas Meyer
Kimberly Meyers
Shelly Meyers
Marla Nelson
Brenda Ortner
An1ta Paro

Darlene Patterson
Trica Patterson
Kelly Peace
Paul Phillips
Rachelle Prater
Cindy Quinn
Karen Rackley

Raymond Ragen
B1ll Ra1nwater
Teresa Robbins
Tony Roberts
Richard Robison
Nancy Roeder
D1x1e Rogers

Tommy Scrivner
Barbara Freeman
John Shoemaker
Donald Skinner
Nelda Sk~nner
Dann Smith
Mike Sm1th

113
Bnan Stansburry
Gmger Starchman
Brenda Stewart
Dan1el Stnckland
Romona Swan1gan
Dav1d Torry

Authur Tucker
Lisa Vennerman
Tonya Vest
Donna Viles
Reg1na Weeks
Todd Wh1tzel
Bnan Whipple

Ernestme Wh1te
Carla Whittaker
Carl Williams
Gene W1seman
Leslie Wolfe
Greg Wommack
Theresa Wood

Chns Yates
John Yates

114
115
Mrs . Rebecca Grafit Special Mrs . Ruth Houston Behavior
Educator Disabilities

Mrs Wanda Burd Remed1al Miss Verna Strickland Reading


Reading

Mrs. Barbara Shewmaker Speech Mrs. Jan Bowen Speech Mrs. Donna LaCrue Libranan

116
SPECIAL
TEACHERS

Miss Connie McNeil Art

Mrs . Fredda Heady Music Mrs . Kathryn Lacey Remedial


Math

Mrs. Pearline Breshears Math Mrs . Judy Redford Nurse

117
Christe Adams
Veronica Ash
Jeffery Atteberry
Andrea Attebury
Glennette Atwod
Michelle Barker
Jacque Blake


Clmt Bone
Robert Bostid
Chris Bowman
Elizabeth Bradley
Linda Kay Bradley
Dan1elle Brashers
Janece Bush

c:
Qj
Brian Buttry
Tonya Cam
Joe Carver
Siena Carver
Mattew Clark
Renee Clark
Rachel Cody

+- Mark Cotter
Colby Davison
c_ Mark DeJarnette
Chris Dill
Patricia Dugan

q: Susan Durington
Brian Evans

~
Ginger Evans
Tisha Evans


Jam1e Felin

~
M1ke Finck
Kerri Friemel
Carie Garrison
JaCinda Gillham

u Debbie Grill
Michelle Hancock
Cookie Hawkins
Laura Helleseth

<3 Kyle Kendricks


Julie Howard
Christopher Howe

C.
---......
M1cheal Howe
Euld Marie Jasper
Jennifer Jenson
Anthony Jones
Becky Kielty
Melissa Kjar
Penny Kuhns

~ Brett Louderbough
Randy Lyon
Traci Mayfield


Christa McDaniel
Mary Ellen McDanie
Michael McDaniel
Marty McGu1re

Traci McGregor
Erin McHenry
DeAnn Miller
Creighton Mitts
Angela Moyl
Dolly Mullings
Jeff Myers

118
George Neal
Kevin Novak
Jenny Oglebee
Tracy Oliver
Lisa Parmenter
Rachel Patterson
Ernest Putnam

Bridget Payne
Timmy Payne
Kev1n Rama1ya
Dee Randa
Mernbah Randleman
Jamie Rat11ff
Dana R1ce

Regg1e R1ce
Franky Roberts
Jimmy Routt
Ronald Sherman
Brian Sitton
Timmy Simmons
Tommy S1mmons

Charles Simpson
Brad Sitton
ReGina Slack
David Snow
Jeff Stafford
Kathenne Staples
Robin Starchman

Shawn Stepp
George Stutesman
Felicia Sullivan
David Sweaney
Rhonda Syphert
Deanna Todd
Bridget Turner

David Turner
Jackie Upham
Chris Vance
James Van Derren
Robbie Wilder
Michael Williams
Evonne Wilson

Billy Zimmerman

119
Alma Adams
Amy Adams
Jill Anderson
Allen Arterberry
Susan Asher
M1sty Banks
Jason Blake


Sean Blecher
Michael Bock
Jimmy Boyd
Mark Buttry
Kelly Breshears
Brian Bridges
Donald Bndges

Damien Brown
Mark Cameron
Mary Carlisle
Jackie Carter
Melissa Case
~ Penny Chamberlain
Michael Charlton

0 J1mmy Craver
April Crusha
Carrie Davison
0 M1ke Deckard
Tammy Dusart

~
Donald Folsom
Robyn Fritchey

\0 Lori Fry
Mike Gray
Chris Hague


Lucas Hale
Angela Hamilton
Jenn1fer Hatcher
Patty Lolcomb

Dennis Howe
Melody Howard
-1-. Loretta Jennmgs
Edwin Johnson

(! Wesley Johnson
John Jones
Melissa Kielty

Lt__- Amy King
Debbie Kircher
Brian Kirk
Stephen Kolpack
Lananne Lackey
Nikki LaCrue

Crystal LaGow
Jeffery Lankford
Chris Lindsey


Mark Lauderbaugh
Chns Luther
Stephanie Martin
Desiree Mason

120
Rachel McConnell
Nathan McFarl1ne
Teresa McGregor
Chip Melton
Loree M1ller
Stash1 M1lls
Sonny Mitchell

Buffy Morgans
Scott Monarty
Betty Nicholson
Darek Owens
Tammy Owens
Mike Pantoga
Stacey Phillips

Terrie Poole
Brian Potter
J1mmy Potter
Donald Poynter
Amy Pnce
Donnie Rice
David Robbins

Barb1e Routt
Stacy Ruel
Kristy Samons
Les Schletzbaum
Jayne Sharp
Matthew Sharp
Donn1e Sharp

Tern Sharp
Apnl S1mmons
Cmdy Smith
Vick1e Sm1th
Brenda Smitheman
Billy Stearns
Shannon Stidham

Scott Sullivan
Gerald Sutton
Debbie Taylor
Mark Taylor
Donald Tiller
Missy Todd
Sam Tuck

Tammy Tucker
Judy Tuning
Weldon VanDeren
Harold Vennemann
Marlin Viets
Norman Webster
Anthony Weeks

Charles Wilson
Kathy Wingo
Carri Wommack

Mrs. Marjorie Stanley

121
Doyle Atterbury
Larry Ballenger
Lyd1a Ballenger
Michael Bancroft
Brig1tte Banks
Bobb1 Jo Beachler

• Angel1a Beard
Chns Beckett
Den1se B1eg
Gary Birdsong
Theresa B1ttle
Melanie Bliss

Billy Bowers
Gary Bradford
Vincent Broeker
Danny Bush
Thomas Cantlon
Matthew Cantrell

Jeff Chadd H1vely


Diana Chastine
Scottie Ca1n
Bess1e Carver
Deanna Cheek
John Clemoons

M1chael Collier


Benjamin Cox
Elizabeth Daughtery
Wesley D1ckey
M1chael Dill
Amy Dugan

Carolyn Epperson
Brent Eske
Teresa Evil
Sandra Finley
Scott Frey
Jane Gargus

Mike Garnson
Lancer Gillispie
Robby Gilpm
John Glor
Daniel Gray
Nathan Hague

Tommy Head
Corey Heard
Thomas Helleseth


Eddie Hellwig
Adrian Henry
Julie Hicks

Veron1ca H1cks
Laryssa Hill
Tony Holdway
Walter Hoyt

122
Julre Jenson
Warren Jepson
Denise Jones
Steve Jones
Heather Kerth
Krrsty Krng

Helena Kirk
Sean Kirksey
Jrmmy KJar
Joe Kjar
Tina Kolpack
Dawn Lacey

Jeff Larrmer
Michelle Ledbetter
Chns Lilley
Toni Lrpe
Roger Lockhart
Chns Long

Rrcky Lyon
Buck Maack Hively
Joey Mangiona
Heather McQueen
Jrll Meeks
Julie Miller

Angela Mulderrnk
Shannon Nrcodemus
Troy Nimmo
Krm Novak
Delcie Paro
Jrmmy Patterson

Angela Peters
Eddie Philips
Karen Rieschel
Leah Robie
Usa Rogers
Mark Sartin

Edythe Scott
Krm Scott
Tassie Sherman
Chad Srtton
Abram Skinner
Becky Smrth

Jeff Smith
Jason Stearns
Randy Steinmark
Shannon Stepp
Tracy Strrckland
Kam Sweaney

Dennrs Talbot
Tonya Tarr
Rrchard Tuning
Geffory Tutko

Miss Barbara Clark

123
Chryl Allen
Brad Andrews
Johnny Attebury
Guy Baldwin
Cheryl Barclay
Jamre Becker
Chrrs Blarr

Aaron Boggs


Billy Bowers
Shannon Boyd
Krrsti Breshears
Jackie Bridges
Wesley Bybee

Kathy Carlisle

Steve Clemmons
Larry Cline
Lori Compton
Mark Cook
Mark Cummings
Charles Daniels
Jamre Davis

Michelle Dibben
Dale Doty
Patricra Doty
Bobby Drerer
Yvette Dunlap
Tim Eaglebuger
Tracy Evans

Jamie Feline
John Fitzwater
Brran Gann
Paula Garroutte
Alecra Gillespie
Steve Graham
Evelyn Grrffith

Vicki Grrll
Cindy Gustke
Jason Hall

--
--c
.
Melissa Hallemeier
Elisa Hampton
Lori Hancock
Lucy Harrison

Angla Hawkins

\--
Gary Hayes
David Haymes
Glen Holcomb
Paul Hood
Aaron Husong
Tracy Isaacs

Tammy Jasper
Mike Jeffries
Imagene Johnson


Kenny Johnson
Kari Jones
Kevin Jones
Cheryl Kerth

Amy Kennedy
Faye Sue Kissinger
Dawnya Krummel
Billy Kueck
Nancy Kuhns
Shane Looney
Deedra Lowe

124
John Lutz
Billy Mathis
Karin May
Angela McDan1el
Bnan McDaniel
Lon McGu1re
Glen Miller

Lance M1lls
Kim Morns
Scott Murphy
Amber Neal
Betsy Oglesbee
Dann Owens
Amy Paro

Lawrence Pantago
Sherry Pearson
Ernest Peoples
Brad Phillips
William Popejoy
Brian Partman
Saundra Potter
Scott Price
Howard Putnam
Sherman Putnam
Wayne Quinn
Angela Reishel
Brenda Rhodelander
Clay Rice

Kenny Roberts
Rocky Roberts
Frank Routt
Shawn Sample
Lisa Scott
Sandy Scrivenor
Jimmy Shantz

Kelly Sharp
Tresa Sharp
Dallas Skinner
Melissa Smith
Wayne Smith
S1m Smitherman
Devora Snider

Lori Spence
Darren Stidham
Randy Swan1gan
Jannetta Swigert
Billy Talbot
Shelly Taylon
Vivtor Tindle

Tammy Tucker
Julie Turner
Edward Workman
Shane Wyatt
Bobby Zani

125
Richard Adams
Theresa Adams
Willie Alterman
Chris Anderson
Jimmy Arterberry
Iven Atkisson


Scott Ballenger
Shonnan Bliss
Sandra Blue
Sherri Bradley
Susan Bradley
- Melissa Bramwell
Q) Billy Brown

lJ ~ Kathy Bryant
Donald Bullock
Kristy Bybee
Stephen Cantrell

d
\__
Stephanie Charlton

Denise Cheek
Mike Compton
Kevin Cook
Mark Craighead

0
Leon Crusha
Beverly Daniels

Steven Davis
Kim Davison

• _c
Fondera Dinwiddie
Sheila Doty
Cindy Dusart
Larry Dykes

+-~
Leslie Eby
Debra Finley
- Tracy Forbis
Terry Frye
Charles Fullerton
Tina Garrett

:)
Chad Gillham
James Givens
Barbara Gray
Patrick Gray
Devin Green

C) Terry Green

u_ Jerry Griffith
Sherry Hasagen
Jeff Hayes


Curtis Henderson
Penny Hoffman
Troy Holdway

Brian Howe
Eddie Jenson
Shannon Jones
Fred Lacey
Jonna Lambeth
Edmond Lee

126
Jimmy McDaniel
Renee McDan1el
LeAnne Miller
Sam Miller
Carol Myers
Melissa Owens

Lon Page
Shawn Pantoga
Gray Pansh
James Pansh
Bryan Patten
James Pettibon

Judy Popejoy
Sherman Putman
Jarrett Ramaiya
Jul1e Robbins
Kim Roberts
John Saffle

Susan Sample
Ted Scott
Bert Sharp
Pam Shepperly
Gary Shockley
Tina Skmner

Brent Stanton
Tammy Starchman
Gayla Sweaney
Johnny Sw1gert
Brian Taber
Jod1e Taylor

John Tindle
Mike Torrey
LeaAnn Tuck
Tina Tucker
Cynthia Tuning
Lisa Vest

Chns Watkins
Kim Webster
Russ Weeks
Shelly Weeks
Krissi Williams
Melissa Wilson

Michael Wingo
Shana Whipple
Buddy White
Tammy Workman
April Wygant

127

Robert Acknr
Tracy Alff
Ginger Atwood
Nathan Bailey
Mervon Bancroft
Lara Barnhart
David Blair

Kris Blankinship
Vincent Boggs
Renee Boot1c
Terry Bradley
Billy Brown
Carl Brown
Eddy Bryant

Patnck Bryant
R1ck1e Cannon
Randy Case
Tami Casewell
Glenn Chastine
Dav1d Clemman
Tammy Cline

Barbata Cnner
John Crowder


Deanna Dav1s
Mary Davis
Denms D1bber
Doty Lanisa
Danny Drinkall

Zelia Dunlap
Julie Dyke
Marjone Eisman
Brad Evans
Chnsty Frey
K1m Fitzwater
Barbara Gibbon

Harold Griffith
Donald Gunn
Mike Hancock
Mark Hawley
Sandra Haymes
Kevin Heard
Brandon Hill

Janet Hill
Jesse Hoffman
Ronald Hallerme1er


Bobby Huston
Jean Isaacs
Mark Jefferis

128
Barbara Jespon
Cmdy Jones
Kyle Jones
Larry Jones
Julie Kay
Dawn Ke1th
Kelly Kmg

Shelly Kirksey
V1ctona King
Carol K1ssmger
Jane Lane
Nathan Lane
Nancy Lamkey
Carl Lankford

Angela Mayfield
Scott McCowan
Stefan M nor
Steven Murphy
Robert Spotz
Devonna N1mmo
Tammy Nixon

Ang1e Owens
Gary Pansh
Ginger Potten
Wade Rambo
Kern Ray
Stacy Richardson
Suzette Riley

Melinda Robb1ns
David Scott
Brent Sharp
Bobby Sherman
Kent Sm1th
Roger Sm1th
Todd Sm1th

Lmda Sm1therman
Angela Stall
Cmdy Staples
MilliSSia Ste1mark
Stephan Sutton
Don Sweaney
Jane Sweaney

John Tindle
Lmda Tuck
Samantha Tuck
Scott Turner
Michael Vest
Raquel Zani

129
Robert Acklin
Steven Allen
Rusty Andrews
James Ashworth
James Atk1sson
Andy Atteberry
Connie Austin

Kim Astin


Laura Ballenger
Lara Barnhart
Kyla Bates
Amy Blake
Kenny Bostic
Jon Bradley

Jam1e Branch
Melvin Branch
B1lly Brown
Danny Brown

Q) Paul Brown
Windy Bryant
Jim Buckels

-d Maria Buntin
Alice Surbaugh

d Chns Burrell
Greg Carrin

.L Mark Carver
Shawn Clark
Susan Cotter

0 Lanita Crusha


Blake Cully
Roger Cummmgs
Joel Dav1son

I
c Kimberly Dibben
Cynthia Dickey
Shirley Dryer
I
Barbara Dugan
X Shauna Evans

-- Knsty Fitzwater
Elizabeth Folsum
Kim Ford
Mel1ssa Gann
Scott Gargus

Kylette Gillham
Nell Gilsten
Evonne Glor
Timmy Gray
Tarynda Hale
Mike Hallemeier
Tammy Hardin

Laura Hawley
Deanna Henderson
Penny Hill


Patty Hutton
Pat Isbell
Tammy Issa

130
Darin Jones
Diana Jones
Gary Jones
Alecia Kay
Nancy Kennedy
Paul Kruse
Kimberly Lackey

Teresa Larkin
Marilyn Lewy
Greg Lilley
Dwayne Looney
Marvin Lowe
Angel Mays
Becky McClure

Todd McGregor
Mary Ann Oliver
Steven Patten
Lisa Patterson
Gina Peters
Jesse Petti bon
Enn Phillips

Meri Phillips
Dawn Pierce
Rachel Popejoy
Brenda Randall
Curt Rankin
Scotty R1ce
Julia Ritter

Crystal Roberts
Melinda Roberts
David Roby
James Rowland
L1sa Rowland
Lisa Sample
Buddy Sart1n

Steven Scott
Nina Skinner
Dawn Smith
Pam Smith
Tina Smith
Ronn1e Stall
Shen Stanton

Don Sweaney
Glenda Sweaney
Melissa Sweaney
Angela Tabor
Marty Taylor
Samantha Tuck
Tamara Tutko

Jeff Whitney
Alvin Whittaker
Jason Williams
K1m Wilson
Teresa Witzman
Angel Wolfe

131
Kathy Bravt
Herb Carver
Alicta Dillingham
Karen Embry


Jamie Evans
Janelle Flemm ing

Jerry Goring
Bennie Hicks
Michelle Jones
Blaine McKimmey
Tina Norton
Jeff Owen
Stephanie Payne

Gary Pekney
Tracy Scowden
Susan Sherman
Jeff Strickland
Kenneth Strickland
Chrissy Sweaney
Dale Wimberly

Billy Joe Burtin


Rhonda Caselman
Travts Corbin
Judy Evans
Fred Hitchcock

Jesste Huntley
Tommy Huntley
Tina Knowles
Traina Horton
Wesley Osborn
Kim Palmer

Stacy Payne
Jeff Richardson
Cole Sherman
Kim Shtreman
Darren Sons
Tami Tackett
Stephanie Vest


Jeremy Dibben
Wayne Evans
Jennifer Hicks
John Howerton

Steven Huntley
Karen King
Earl Lawson, Jr.
Tim Lawson
Valerie McKimmey
Jennifer Owens
Deanna Percival

132
Randy Pickney
Stacey Pierce
Mark Pieper
Shawn Smith
Stuart Stansberry
Michelle Woods
Albert Zolin

Kim Bravi
Kari Brown
Ronnie Day
Candy Dibbins

Larry Doorman
Mike Higgins
Chuck Knowles
Billy Massey
Michelle Marelon
Jody Norton

Darrin Percival
Kenny Roberts
Mike Sowza
John Strickland
Angela Vest
Bonnie Vest
Dawn Volta

Teresa Bowman
Kari Kaudill
Becky Dampier

Angela lmes
Ben Lawson
Darrin Lewis
Mike McNellis
Valinda Manning
Jacob Norton

Joan Roos
Sharla Stansberry
Jerry Strickland
Kenny Tedlock
Mona Walton
Kim Wilson
Bradley Zimmerman

Ricky Bennett
Darla Caffey
Gari Ann Clark
Victor Clark
Russell Colson
Tammy Day

133
Christina Dibben
James Dorman
Tommie Elliott
Kimberly Gaughran
Lynn Huntley
Susan Hurst
Randy Leone

Janette Mathews
Mark Mathews
Tina McCatty
Jerry Owens
Melinda Pickney
Michael Pilkington
Brian Ragland

Kimberly Ra1nwater
Karen Rupe
Steven Scowden
Dwayne Sherman
Bobby Shireman
Michelle Stansberry
Marsia Williams
Mrs. Linda Brown

Stacey Bowman
Darrin Chapman
Eddie Clark
Renna Clark
Sandra Corbin

Scott Dame
Shelia Dame
Sunny Day
Misty Davis
Mychyl Gann
Regina Hendrix
Susan lmes

Barbara Layland
Christine Manning
Steven McCatty
Mary McNellis
Hank Oldham
Mrs. Agnes Breashers ~ Sandra Pierce

e Rhonda Polston

Tina Rhodelander
Doug Richardson
Clark Smith
Kevin Smith
Bill Stepp
Wayne Vest
John Zolin

134
135
DALLAS COUNTY R-l BOARD OF EDUCATION

Members of the Board of Education pictured above


from left to right: Mr. Lew1s Hill; Mr. Scott Nixon ;
Mr. Jack Howard , Supermtendent; Mr. Derald Hen -
derson; Miss Ethel Williams, Secretary; Mr. Charles
Moore; Mr. Harold Morgans. Not pictured Mr. Ed -
ward Garrison. Pictured at left, Mr. Jack Howard ,
Superintendent.

136
BOARD, SUPERINTENDENT
PROGRESS IN OUR TIMES.
1978-79 was a TIME when a lot of
change took place at Buffalo Schools.
Progress was the major pinnacle. An
addition of a new school sign and
usual up-keep of buildings was only a
start. After many crossed fingers and
the coming and going of bond issues
Buffalo built and completed one of
the finest equipped tracks in the con-
ference. New and more efficient win-
dows added to the rear and facade
of the main high school building.
1978-79 was a TIME of change, and
a TIME of progress.

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137
HIGH SCHOOL
FACULTY
Since the theme of this yearbook is TIME , the faculty ,
in cooperation with the Annual Staff, dressed in
different decades. On the next four pages you will view
high school faculty members rangmg in TIME from the
present to 1910.
The 1979 Annual Staff would like to thank these
faculty members who went to extra efforts to help us
preserve TIM E.

Practical Arts- 1970's


Hippy Era
Pictured at right. Standing: Mrs. Judy Kennedy, Mrs.
Carol Cully, and Mr. Bob Wilson . Sitting: Mrs . Carmen
Richardson , Mrs. Debbie Leatherman, and Mr. George
Blowers .
Pictured below. Standing: Mr. Warren Kennedy, Mr.
Dave Richards, Mr. Marty Garrison and Mrs. Debbie
Cooper. Sitting: Mr. Jackie Payne , Mrs. Suzanne Jarvis
and Mr. Rick Henderson.

Physical Education
Last of the 70's
Math- 1960's
The Sizzlin' 60's
Pictured at left. Standing : Mrs. Marie Reisburg and Mr.
Kevin Scantlon. Sitting: Miss Katherin Zweerink.

Language Arts- 1950's


The Fabulous 50's
Pictured below. Standing; Mr. Lonnie Glor and Mrs.
Don Wood . Sitting: Miss Janice Evans and Mrs. Ruth
Dunkin .

139
Pictured below. Standing: Mr. Lonnie Glor and Mr. Brian
Elhard . Kneeling: Mr. Terry West. Sitting: Miss Suzanne
Powers.

Fine Arts- 1940's


World War II Era

Science-1930's
Gangster Era
Pictured above . Standing : Mr. Bud Bennett, Mr. Scott
Harris, and Mr. Alan Stanley.

140
Pictured below. Standmg : Mr . Joe Atteberry, Mrs . Joan
Boyd , Mr. Ken Gaughran . Sitting : Mrs . Sharon Hagan
and Mrs. Myra Glor.

History-1910's
Frontier Era

Special Teachers- 1920's


The Roaring 20's
Pictured above. Standing: Miss Terry Elmore and
Mrs. Dorothy Berry. Sitting: Mrs. June Bradley
and Mrs. Merle Grant.

141
Mr. Floyd Willis Mr. Dan Bruffet
High School Principal Assistant Superintendent

Mr. John Dull Mr. Pruitt Miller


Junior High Principal Grade School Principal

142
Mr. Ramey Sample Mrs. Fern Martin
Long-Lane Principal
y ocational Director 6th grade Teacher
- - -----..

Mrs. Genelle Spoering Mrs.Jeannie Price


Junior High Counselor
Curriculum Director
Mr. Jim Andrews
High School Counselor 143
Secretaries

Ethel Williams, Willa Phillips, Joyce Colson , Jeanie Craighead , Wini


Jan Dill , Betty Dryer
Werling

/
,

Mabie Stevens Patsy Condern, Hildreth Swanigan, Verlynn Hale

144
TIME
145
YO-TECH

Mr. Bill Roberts , Vocational Agnculture

Mr. Warren Scarbrough , Carpentry

Mr. Eugene Coltrin , Welding

Mr. Billy Lee Pnce, Heating and Refngeration

Mr. Wayne Lemons, Electronics Troubleshooting

Above: Mr. Keith Kendall, Printing and Photography; Right: Mrs. Bar-
bara Janzekov1ch, Health Occupations.

146
Mr. Lloyd Rice, Digital Electronics Mrs. Helen Nimmo, Secretary; Mrs . Judith Mr Randy Boggs, Auto Body
Bradley, Business Education .
--~--------~~---

M r Vernon Frantz, Carpentry M r John Pett1tt, Carpentry

Mr Bert Booth , Auto Mechanics ; Mr. Frankie Phillips, Auto Mr. Don Connelly, Radio Broadcasting
Mechanics .

147
148
ON the follow1ng two pages you will find a multiple cho1ce test, and a crossword puzzle. Challenge your skill and / or knowledge about the
TIMES OF 1978-79 . The answers will be found in this book.

THE LAST MULTIPLE CHOICE EXAM OF 1979 . OR TEN GOOD RA-


TIONAL EXCUSES TO USE IN 1980
1. When is the best TIME to arrive at school?
a.l 5 min . after you wake up c.l when ever you can
b.) whenever you feel like 1t d.l at 8 30 a.m Mon - Fn .
2. At what TIME can you tell your teacher has had a bad day?
a.l When he / she IS found in a corner c.l when he / she reverts to
mumbling "why-why-why?" baby talk
b.) when unabndged dictionaries are d.l all of the above
thrown at you
3. How much average TIME does it take a BH S student to " travel" be -
tween classes?
a.l 7 min . c.l 3 days
b.l 12 .5 seconds d.) 5 min .
4. What i s the best TIME not to eat in the cafetena 7
a.) on Friday c.l when you don 't have change
b.l whenever they have food for a fifty
d.l all of the above
5. When is the best TIME to go home sick?
a.l before a big exam you haven't c.l after you have eaten fish
studied for crispies
b.) when you vomit in front of a class d.l all of the above
of 25
6. At what TIME should you use the following quote, " NO THANK YOU ,
NOT RIGHT NOW."
a.l when you are told to leave school c.) when you are told to run
for tap dancing on your desk 7 laps around the track
b.) when your date reminds you that d.l when you are assigned 20
you ' re an hour past your curfew pgs . minimum for homework
7. At what TIME should you choose to join an organization or club 7
a.l when all the work is done c.l when initiation 1s over
b.l in time to get your picture taken d.) all of the above
for the annual
8. When is the best TIME to get dressed for school on Mon . mornmg?
a.l 1n the parking lot c.) never
b.l at 7:30 Sun n1ght d) during 1st hour
9 When IS the best TIME to cruise around?
a.l between 1st and 7th hours c.) Fri. and Sat. 5 pm-5 am
b.l lunch t1me Mon - Fri. CHip Pocket d.l all of the above
10 . What is the best TIME to attend a school event?
a.) When we compete with Branson in c.) when we compete with Bolivar
sports in Speech
b.l when we compoete w1th Willard in d.l anyTIME there IS one
MUSIC

ANSWERS (Add your pomt values for the followmg.)


1 a 2 2.a - 3 3 a- 3 4. a - 1 5. a - 1
b- 3 b- 2 b- 2 b- 3 b= 3
c- 4 c- 1 c- 4 c- 2 c- 2
d- 1 d- 4 d- 1 d- 4 d- 4
6 a- 3 7. a - 2 8. a - 1 9. a - 1 10 . a - 3
b- 4 b- 3 b- 3 b- 2 b- 2
c- 1 c- 1 c- 4 c- 3 c- 1
d- 2 d- 4 d- 2 d- 4 d- 4
RAN KINGS :
40-35 points: Congratulations! The perfect BH S student.
34-30 points : Not Bad . But study over the summer.
29-25 points : Dangerous . You probably tell the truth a lot.
24-0 pomts: Hopeless, or Jr. high classification .
ACROSS DOWN
l. Basket l. Barnwarming Queen
4. Jr.-Sr. 2. Abbrev. for Lazer Breath
6. Annual 3. Carnival Queen
9. School Rival 5 . Sulfage: Do Me
11. Bison King Inital & well known club 7. Multiply, Subtract,
12. Superintendent 8. Senior Fund Raiser with Jello
14 . School at Louisburg 10. Stair
17. Freshman Class President 13 . Graduation Month
21. High School Principal 14 . Girls sport with Net
23. Club Who decorates School at Xmas 15 . Jr. Class President
24. Abbrev. for Loud Speaker 16. Speech Coach Initals
25 . Womens Coach 26 . Cheerleader Capt.
26 . Abbrev. National Forensic League 27 . Abbrev. for Love Note
28. Idiom for Smart Student Head 29. Chewing
30 . Jr. High Principal 30 . Back-To-School
31. Abbrev. Sophomore 33 . To Leave Out
32 . Voting No 34 . Abbrev. Buffalo Bison Basketball
35 . "To or not to be" 37 ." me be me."
36. Football 38. Goof-
37 . First Football Opponent 42. School Mascot
39 . Parking Lot is for Your 43 . Senior Class President
40. Black, White, 44 . New Facility on Campus
41. Football Festival Queen 46. Sophomore Class President S
46 . Radio Station
4 7. "Break a "
48. Bison Queen 49 . Conehead's Ring
52 . Shine 50. Club Who Sold School Jackets
53 . Spring Sport 51. Future Farmer of America Abbrev.
55 . Abbrev. for Nasty Days 54. College Exams
56 . Central Ozark Conference Abbrev.
57 . Basketball Coach
58. Popular Beverage

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151
ADVERTISEMENTS -------1
FORD'S GAS AND OIL
HWY6 5

F"ORD
'S GAS & 0 I L

Jesse Ford,
Owner

Ph one
75 2- 3341

Buffalo Building Supply, Inc.


Paint Hardware
Nails Lumber
Paneling Bricks

Phone 345 -2311 1000 W. Dallas

OWENSBY REAL ESTATE


·R E A · L.~.o; -·:E ·!i·T,, '-I {T._ E Murrelllndermuehle- Owner

OWENSBY £ SON . Three Otf1ces 1n Dallas County


345 -7714

South s1de of the Square in


BuHalo
345 8212

H1ghway 65 Urbana

152
ADVERTISEMENTS
PLEASANT HOPE
U-SAVE BANK
Has a little bit of everyth ing Each Deposit Insured
Up To $40,000

FDIC

Federal Deposit Insurance


Corporation
--
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--
~~ ~·:~'! __ 1
l··.: .. ~h-0. II
~ .-=-..r;~ ~ I [.;,;..~. t ESTABLISHED 1905

116 S. Cedar Phone:


345 -2433 " See Us For Your Banking Needs"

PLEASANT HOPE, MO

NIMMO INSURANCE
AGENCY POTIE R PROCESSIN G CO.
Complete 1nsurance serv1ce
Custom Slaughtering & Processing
Bus . 759-2032 Res . 759-2771
Hwy. 65 & 124 Jet.
Fair Grove , Mo. 65648
Wallace (Red) Potter
Owner & Operator

Doyle Nimmo

Box 423

Buffalo, Mo. 65622

34 5-2103 345 -704 1

153
ADVERTISEMENTS

ALL ACROSS AMERICA WILKERSON BARGAIN CENTER


STROUT REALTY, INC. NEW AND USED FURNITURE

FARMS BUSINESS HOMES


PHONE 345-24 I I BUFFALO, MO . 68622
FREE CATALOGS
Huge World Wide Mailing Program
The "Open" Listing Commands The
Same Attention as The "Exclusive"
Office in front of our home 61f2 miles
North of Buffalo on U.S . 65
417-712-3300
E.L. Turner Manager

MORGAN'S MATERIAL
Agricultural C&C FABRIC STORE
Limestone,
& chat
Sewing is Fun!
to meet all specifications

Complete Selection of Material, Yarn,


Patterns, and Other Sewing Goods
North side of the Square
Old E. 32 Hwy
in Buffalo
Buffalo, Mo.
Phone No. 345-8216
154
ADVERTISEMENTS

Ben Franklin
COUNTY COURIER

CREATIVE
PRINTING

"A penny saved is a Buffalo, Mo.


penny earned" Phone 345-2323

west side of square


Buffalo, Mo.

MODERN CLEANERS GENE'S


COFFEE SHOP

Finest Food
Served Anywhere
Orders To Take Out
Phone 345-2522
8E~VICE

Owned and operated by


Leo and Doris Goodwin
345-7611
East Main Buffalo Mo.

155
ADVERTISEMENTS

PEPPER DAVIES
MOTOR CO.

Dee Bybee's
HIS & HERS HAIRSTYLING
Professional Styles for Men & Women
345-7528 Phone 345-2264
Buffalo, Mo . Highway 32 Buffalo, Mo .

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1HIP POCHET PIZZA I
SHATERWOOD PRODUCTS I I
Buffalo, Mo.
Manufacturers & Distributors
of
Wooden Toys & Novelties
Wholesale Only
'
~
Get a

I pocketful

pizza!
I
I
South on 65, Buffalo, MO
I
'' 345·8649
Phone
/

156
ADVERTISEMENTS

H & R BLOCK
COPPER-ATTEBERRY
FLORAL CO.

" Your Extra Touch Florist"


Designs
for
all The Income Tax People
occasions General Office: for year·round service
Call Hwy. 65 & Main
345-7411 Buffalo, Mo.
119 E. Jefferson
Buffalo , Mo.

Ray Patterson phone 345 -2226


Manager

Kahler
Electric Company
Lowell Kahler, Owner
Electrical Repairs

Kerosene, Tires, Batteries,


U-Haul Trucks & Trailers,
Regular & Unleaded Gas

U·HAUL
Sales & Service
Phone 345-2422
Ralph and Betty Satterfield, Owners
Highway 32 East & H
Phone 345 ·8527

157
ADVERTISEMENTS

Opal's Liquor
BUFFALO Store
AUTO
SALVAGE
Roy Caswell

" We buy latest model wrecks "

Phone- 345 7612

North H1ghway 65

Buffalo, Mo.
Located on
" Free Phone Serv1ce to 110 South 65
Buffalo, Mo.
Salvage yards located m 10 states.·· Phone 345-2888

ED'S CONOCO

GATEWAY
SPORTING GOODS

South Hwy. 65

(conoco) 345-8232
Bob, Donna and Reggie Sharp
Owners

Buffalo, Mo.
phone no. 345-8989

Ed Blake-owner

158
ADVERTISEMENTS
Cantlon Funeral Home
and Ambulance Service

" Service for every family needs"


State Licensed EMT's Jerry & Marlene Cantlon
Phone 345-2211 Buffalo, Mo .

LARRY'S CEDAR
RESORT GRIFFITH'S
DEPARTMENT
STORE

We have something for everyone


Housekeeping Cab1ns so hurry on over.
All electric AC & TV
102 S. Cedar Phone 345·7011
Brice Rt. Lebanon, Mo.

Larry & Kay Peace phone no. 532·2356

159
....,_____ _ _ _ ADVERTISEMENTS ------t

SH EWMAI<ER
AUTO
PARTS

South Highway 65
Phone 345-2256

160
ADVERTISEMENTS

@Westinghouse Mobil Service Station


Hi/Re/Li®Heat Pumps

Jim Hills
REFRIGERATION, AIR

CONDITIONING, AND

ELECTRICAL SERVICES
Deryl and Mara Lou
Bradley

(417) 345 8486 " Good service with a smile"


West Dallas Street
After hours ( 417) 345 8822 Buffalo, Mo.
Buffalo, Mo. 65622
phone 345-8111

Bison Camper Inc.

Hillenburg Campers Building materials Pa1nt


Toppers Lumber Hardware
Processing

/~
HILL ~~: BISON
PROC SING c. ~ · ·: Camper Inc.
s ,. 'irt
~1/S/lJM 8Vff'/llRINC· 6ffF $(1/PBYQVAN!IA,NJII.W/U/
~ .SIHlAI/ t'Uii'IP· KifkiJI. Y :JMUKIP NAM< 6Af/Jif

~.~9;J:I:!tJI !!J!467·2495
it' (J. PA 11ANf
- - - . - __ _,_ South Highway 65

Box 129
Buffalo, Mo.
phone 345-2325

161
ADVERTISEMENTS

HAROLD CHA PMAN

On north side of square


Buffalo , Mo .
Phone 345-2392

STATE FARM
GAUNT'S INSURANCE
FEED AGENCY
&
SUPPLY STATE FARM

Master-mix Purina
Tindles
Seed & Fertilizer
Both bag & bulk
Veterinary Supplies INSURANCE

102 S. Cedar Phone 345 -7223


Buffalo, Missouri
phone 345-7221

1&2
ADVERTISEMENTS
O'BAN NON
Banking Company
Established 1905

For your convenience use our new


Drive-in faci I ity
Highway 65 and 32

lb3
ADVERTISEMENTS
DAVIES CHEVROLET PONTIAC
C.G . Davies
on south side of square
Your dependable Chevy dealer since 1932 authorized sales and services

Jim & Ray's Truckstop


& Cafe
READYGAS
South Highway 65
owners Propane Gas Co.
Jim & Ray Lynch
Bulk Propane

Complete line of heating


and cooling equipment

Gas Appliances

For dependable service


Call
345-2250

164
ADVERTISEMENTS
HUBERT'S FORD SALES
MR. ED'S CO.
Highway 65
Urbana, MO 75767

FORD
'- -

Phone: 993-5152
Res. : 993-4348

"You All Come And See Us"

URBANA,MO 993-5316

SHARPE MOTORS
VAUGHAN
INSURANCE 1100 W. Dallas
Buffalo, Mo .

AGENCY

GMC Trucks Bus.: 345-7712


Jackson Horse trailers Res.: 345-7398
Complete Phone Used cars & trucks
Insurance 993-4203
Service Urbana, Mo. 24 hour DALE SHARPE
towing & KEVIN SHARPE
AUTO· HOME • BUSINESS· LIFE • HEALTH· wrecker service
BOAT

165
ADVERTISEMENTS

BAN I< OF URBANA

A ClflCKI /f(i

()'£11 ACCOII!tT
lk;,~

Capitol Accounts in Excess of $1.5 million


Urbana, Mo. 65767
993-4242

Williams Grocery
Williams
Chevrolet
Veron Williams 993-5179
Jerry Williams 993-4731

CHEVROLET

Sales Service
GMAC Financing
"Bulk Feed And Fertilizer" Urbana, Mo.
Louisburg, Mo. 993-4282
752-3311

166
ADVERTISEMENTS

NORTHCUTT FORD KATHY'S CAFE

113
N Maple

Buffalo
" A CITY OF QUALITY CARS"

Buffalo's Full Serv1ce Garage

New & Used Cars

119 West Ma1n Buffalo, Mo.

345·241 5

24 Hour Wrecker

Bill Chapman Hardware Morgans Concrete


Co.

Ready-Mixed concrete
Congratulations
Office phone
Class of '79 345-8001
Home phone
345-8444

Telephone 345-7512 Buffalo, Missouri


Buffalo, Missouri 65622
Owned by Don Morgans

167
ADVERTISEMENTS

Vernon & JoAnn Viets BUFFAL~___ft_


Funeral Diru l or s -:- A mbulanu Srn•ia
IRrEmi"'L IE~
and DALLAS COUNTY REPUBLICAN
P.O. Box 430 NEWSPAPERS COMMERCIAL PRINTING

BUFFALO, MISSOURI

Mitch and Karen Fritchey


114 East Lincoln
Buffalo, Mo .
65622
Phone : 345-2224

Montgomery
Service
Station CONGRATULATIONS
Class of 1979

(particularly GIN NY)


GOOD LUCK BUENA SUERTE
BON CHANCE

GLUCK
" DAD "
HOLT MONUMENT CO.
Box 364
Bulk Fuel Distributors Buffalo , Mo. 65622

345-7422

BUFFALO, MISSOURI

168
ADVERTISEMENTS

Call Robbie 345-8717

ROBBIN REFRIGERATION
AND APPLIANCE
Rt. 2 Box 247
Buffa lo, M o. 65622

Continental Telephone
of Missouri

Is someone you love faraway?


V1s1t by long d1stance and tell someone you love them.

BuHalo, Mo. 65622 Phone 345 2215

" THE T.V. SPECIALISTS "


Kirk Lemons
Serv1c1ng all brands of telev1s1ons

+-
Quasa.:
Factory authonzed sales and serv1ce

215 East Franklin Street Buffalo, M1ssoun 65622

Telephone 345 7141

169
ADVERTISEMENTS

Dampier Ford Tractor


and
Implement
Co.
Ford tractors & farm equipment
New Holland equ1pment

345-7432


D1ck Damp1er, owner
Buffalo, MI SSOUri

NYBERG PHARMACY
Large enough to accomodate-Small enough to appreciate
Free parking in the rear

Ask your doctor to ca II. Dwight and Kenneth Nyberg


Registered pharmacists
345-2321
121 N. Maple
Open 6 days a week, 8 a.m.- 5:30p.m. Buffalo, Mo.

170
ADVERTISEMENTS

• Violets Shaw's Stop and Shop


• Geraniums
• Pepper Plants
• House Plants
• Begonias
• Tomato Plants
• Bedding Plants

• Ivy Geraniums
in Hanging Basketf

ROUTH'S GREENHOUSE Open 24 hours


ROUTE 65-LOUISBURG Corner of Locust and 32
Phone # 345 - 9276
752-3762
171
ADVERTISEMENTS
Chastain's
of Buffalo Inc.

Barbara Myers Oren Myers


Administrator Ass't Administrator

Phone (417) 345-2228


Specializing in Preferred Care"
Box 449
Buffalo, Missouri 65522

Pierce Sale Barn

1 mile West on 32
Sale every Saturday
Miss. 10:00 a.m.
Live stock 1:00 p.m.
Horse Sale First & Third Wed.
of every month 7:30 p.m.
Pat & Bob Pierce owners & operators
Buffalo, Mo. 65622
345-8122 Barn :t;
345-8281 Home#

Highway 65 Drive-In Theater

Featuring Cinema Radio


Sound on your 660 a.m. dial

"Bringing you the


finest in entertainment"

Owners: Bob and Kathy DeJarnette

172
ADVERTISEMENTS

Johns Car Wash

We wash ,
wax , and
clean up
cars .

John Crawford , owner 345-6211

Victorian Steak House


Don & Bertha Woods, owner
Fine foods and gracious dining
Banquet facilities
Accomodations for large or small groups
Steaks, chicken, chops, shrimp

Open daily 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.


Phone 345 -201 0

Gravel and Limestone Radio Dispatched


Buffalo, Mo . 65622 we deliver anywhere
Joe Bill Rose
Crushed Limestone Office- 345-8216
Creek Gravel Home- 345-8401
Black Dirt

173
ADVERTISEMENTS

Wood's Motor Lodge

Swimming Pool
Color TV

Buffalo, Mo. 65622


Phone 345-2345

Wood's
Groceries

W0 0 D S -- ·.\ .
Household items

Fabric

Records & Tapes

Living Greenery

Baked Goods

Highway 65
Buffalo, Missouri
Phone 345 -2612
Owners-Don & Bertha Woods

Supermarket Stores in: Eldorado Springs, Bolivar, Buffalo , and Stockton

174
ADVERTISEMENTS

V) CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '79 , BILL NUNN , SR.


DR. KENNETH W. HASTINGS DDS
_J~ DR. LARRY L. SHAW, INC.

<(~
BUFFALO MEDICAL CENTER
BAUM OIL COMPANY
V. BRUCE COBB
=>z CHUCK JOHNSON
zo TRACY INSURANCE
DICKENS REAL ESTATE
za.. FARRIS CLOTHES LAND
BUFFALO FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE
<(V)
BUFFALO REALTY

AUTOGRAPHS

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Strike a match
The flame burns brightly
filling the darkness with light.
It lasts such a short time,
burning down and only the smoke remains .
Begin a school year.
It shines brightly for nine months,
filling our minds with a light.
Then, the school year ends and
only the memory remains.

I hope this annual has recorded the memories that you want to keep
through the photographs and copy. With this book you can look back
and remember the school year 1978 - 79 and perhaps rekindle a flame .

Joy Bennett Editor

Annual Staff 1978-79


Seniors Juniors
Joy Bennett- Editor Sherri Mahoney
Treasa Cline- Bus. Mang . Gwenna Reed
Bobby Applegate- Photo Editor Brenda Hendrickson
Cindy Jasper- Layout Editor Becky Bates
Cheryl Killian Yvonne Cummings
Bobby Nunn Kim Smith
Jo Atwater

Special thanks to Mr. Keith B. Kendall for Photography and Mr . Elbert Bradley and Bob
Nunn for the use of their automobiles on the cover and end sheets.

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