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Alex Alvai

Steph'

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'What yo itanding, 1erson Yl

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Alex Alvarez

Allen Bacon

"Oh my god, they killed Kenny."

Stephanie Bell

"What you see depends on where you are standing, it also depends on what sort of person you are."

"Sometimes you' re the pigeon, sometimes you' re the post."

Brandi Bird

"Though your friends might leave you, God is always there."

"You' re never alone, there is always another set offootprints with you."

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Marcus Cannon

Lisa Capps

"God's only need is to be believed. His only pain is to be doubted."

Aracely Chavez

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Cecilia Lopez Chavez

Phillip Chapman

"Psst... hey girl."

Bruce Chumley

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Leon Coleman

Cindy Compean

"Love each day so that you will neither be afraid of tomorrow, nor ashamed of yesterday."

Brooke Crager

"To dream is to live, so live your dreams."

Shannon Craig

Crystal Cortes

"Enjoy yourself. These are the good old days you're going to miss in the years ahead."

Johnny Cratic

"Many of their kind said I wouldn't make it, but all of my kind knew that I would."

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Ketavia Davis

Guadalupe Enriquez

"The important thing in this world is not where we stand, but in what direction we move."

Gabriel Espino

"Life is not a laughing matter-but can you imagine having to live without laughing."

Ardella Fisher

11 It's not enough to join the crowd, to be acknowledged and accepted - I must be true to my ideas, even if I'm left out and rejected. 11

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Monica Enriquez

Angie Flowers

"There is no right way to do the wrong thing."

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Tim Frankens

Sabrina Galli

Michael Glover

"When God wants to bless you, He puts a person in your life."

Benjamin Gonzalez

Ricardo Gonzalez

"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."

Tatiana Handy

"No day in which you learn something is a complete loss."

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Melissa Hannah

"The worst mistakes in life are the chances you don't take."

Joe Hernandez

Marilyn Harper

"Today, well-lived, makes yesterday a dream of happiness, and tomorrow a vision of hope."

LaToya Hines

"It might get rough and tough but never give up, keep striving."

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Audra Harris

"The only way to have afriend is to be one."

Myriam Hinojosa

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Ebony Hubbard

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People see what you are before they hear what you are. 11

LaKeisha Lee

Misty Jones

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Living like there's no tomorrow means loving all you can today. 11

Bradley Leverett

Amy Kiel

"To jealousy, nothing is more frightfu than laughter. 11

Jeni Lightfoot

"A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. 11

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Katherina Loftin

"Stop looking at where you have been and start looking at where you can be."

Jon McGuire

Amy

Luna

"Strange how much you've got to know before you know how little you know."

Michael Mettlen

"When you look around yourself and realize that you're following and not leading, then there is only one thing to do ... drop a gear and disappear.

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"There is more to life than increasing its speed, so seize the day and put the least possible trust in tomorrow."

Chad Mitchell

"Life's a dance you learn as you go, sometimes you lead sometimes you follow."

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"Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more. 11

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Don't walk behind me, I may not lead; Don't walk in front of me I may not follow; just walk beside me and be my friend.

Patricia Olivares

Rhonda Nash

Marcus Moses

"It's time for us to go, it's time for us to shine, to show the world our greatness which we'll one day leave behind. 11

Jennifer Moreno

Arturo Morado

Melissa Monrroy

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Living like there's no tomorrow means loving all you can today. 11

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It's better to have tried than to wonder what if. .. 11

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Annette Olvera

Heidi Olivarez

"Always be afirst-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else."

"Not where we stand, but in what direction we are moving."

Casie Parish

"If you don't know where you are going any road will take you there. 11

Maria Perez

Candy Perez

"Better to be foolish with all than wise by yourself." 10

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What you fail to master in your life will eventually master you."

"The task ahead of us is never as great as the power behind us."

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Luis Pizarro

Jose Ramos

"You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience which you really stop to look fear in the face."

"Be happy living llfe to the fellest."

Kristi Ray

Charity Rast

Jessica Rayborn

"Peifect love between two people is a never-ending love."

Scott

Reeves

"He who lies with dogs rises with fleas." 11

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Lucero Reyna

Andrea Reyes

"The way to get to the top is to get off your bottom."

"We are born to love ... It is the principle of existence and it's only end. 11

Marsha Richard

Andrew Rice

It's better to have a few friends of great value than many friends who are good for nothing." 11

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Alan Rice

Nora Robles

"There is no worse lie than a truth misunderstood by those who hear it. 11

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Roberto Roman

"We are all born into the world with nothing. Everything we acquire after that is profit. "

Miguel Santana

Timothy Russell

Rogelio Salazar

"Io la Somma Sapienza, e io etterno duro."

Anita Sarmiento

"Even though it is taste/es~, shapeless, and odorless, pride is the hardest thing to swallow."

Perla Sarmiento

"Those who make the worst of time are the first to complain of its shortness." 13

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Kennedy Scott

Misti Seymore

"People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it. 11

Regina Taylor

Monica Tapia

"We must laugh at man, to avoid crying for him."

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"Heaven helps those who help themselves."

Elizabeth Sloan

"Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep i,t from themselves. 11

Juan Terrazas

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Scott Turner

Freddy Vasquez

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A coward dies a thousand deaths. A soldier dies but once."

Kori

Travis Wallace

Wallace

"Whatever you want to do, do it now. There are only so many tomorrows."

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Do not take life too seriously, you will never get out of it alive. 11

Kristi Ward

"Life is not lost by dying, life is lost day by day in a thousand small, uncaring ways. If you take care of the minutes then God will help you take care of the years."

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Melanie Ward

"There are always two choices, two paths to take. One is easy, and its only reward is that its easy:"

Miguel IYanez

Jennifer Webb

"Never show surprise, never lose your cool."

Amanda Ybarra

"Nil carborundum illegitimi."

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Lanitra Wofford

"/( s a man's world but it takes a woman to rule it."

Fabiola Zarzoza

"We must always have old memories and young hopes."

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1. Calista Flockhart walked away with a Golden Globe award for her performance in the most talked about show of the season, Ally McBeal. 2. Chris Rock stayed busy in 1997 with his new show on HBO - The Chris Rock Show, his album Roll with the New, stage performances, and his book, Rock This! 3. Jerry Seinfeld announced that his show, television's most popular comedy, will end on May 14, 1998. Fans across the country and co-stars Michael Richards, Jason Alexander, and Julia Louis-Dreyfuss prepared for life without Seinfeld. 4. Julia Roberts had a big year in 1997 with Conspiracy Theory and My Best Friend's Wedding. 5. The Lost World, the sequel to Jurassic Park, was a summer blockbuster grossing an estimated $229 million. 6. ABC won viewers ' hearts with Dharma & Greg, a sitcom about an uptight yuppie and a happy-go-lucky yoga instructor. 7. Kirstie Alley returned to prime time as a lingerie executive in one of the most successful new sitcoms of the season, Veronica 's Closet. 8. The true-to-life drama Party of Five, starring Neve Campbell, Matthew Fox, Scott Wolf, Lacey Chabert, and Jennifer Love Hewitt, attracted millions of new devotees and increased its ratings by 29%. 9. Michael J. Fox also returned to

prime time in Spin City. He won a Golden Globe for his role as the Deputy Mayor of New York City. JO. "They work in secret and dress in black." Men in Black, starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, was one of the most successful films of the summer. The movie 's combination of awesome special effects and humor drew people to the box office. 11. Canadian director James Cameron "sunk" $200 million dollars into the film Titanic . The film won Golden Globes for Best Director and Best Picture and captured 14 Academy Award nominations. In addition to earning awards and nominations, it became the top money making film in history. 12. Childhood friends Ben Affleck and Matt Damon cowrote the screenplay for Good Will Hunting. Their efforts were recognized with a Golden Globe for Best Screenplay and nine Academy Award nominations. 13. Since the animated show King of the Hill debuted in January of 1997, it has consistent! y been one of television's top 30 shows. Fox's other animated hit, The Simpsons became the longest running animated show in television history, surpassing the record previously held by The Flintstones.• Air Force One, with Harrison Ford, was a summer hit

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earning $171 million. Ford also won a People's Choice Award.• Ellen Degeneres' character in her sitcom Ellen became the first openly gay series lead in television. • Screenwriter Kevin Williamson brought horror back to the movies with Scream, its sequel Scream 2 and I Know What You Did Last Summer. •Disney's stage version of The Lion King was one of Broadway 's biggest hits. • Talk-show host Ricki Lake gave birth to her first child, a son. • Helen Hunt and Jack Nicholson starred in the romantic comedy As Good As It Gets, which

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earned each of them a Golden Globe. The film was also nominated for best picture at the Academy Awards. • Talk show host Oprah Winfrey was sued by Texas cattle ranchers, who said that her comments qu~stioning beef safety cost them millions. The jury found Winfrey not liable. • Kim Basinger starred in the '50s Los Angeles crime thriller, L.A Confidential. The movie was nominated for nine Academy Awards. • Other popular television shows were ER, The X-Files, Touched by an Angel, Dawson's Creek, The Drew Carey Show, Frasier, Xena, Brooklyn South, Just Shoot Me , Chicago Hope , Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. •Brandon Tartikoff died at 48 of Hodgkin's ABC/Shooting Star lnt ' I Disease. He was the NBC executive responsible for shows like Hill Street Blues, Cheers, The Cosby Show, L.A. Law, and Seinfeld. • Throughout his acting career, Jimmy Stewart starred in 79 films including The Philadelphia Story, Hitchcock's Vertigo, and Rear Window. However, his most memorable performance was in the Christmas classic, It's a Wonderful Life. Stewart died at 89. • We also paid final respects to actor Chris Farley, explorer and filmmaker Jacques Cousteau, news commentator Charles Kuralt, actor Robert Mitchum, comedian Red Skelton, and actor Lloyd Bridges.

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1. At the tender age of 16, blues guitarist and singer Jonny Lang took his debut song, Lie to Me, to number two on the blues chart. 2. Producer, remixer, and rap artist Sean "Puffy" Combs' album No Way Out sold 561,000 copies in the first week after its release. Six consecutive songs that were either produced or sung by Combs remained at the top of Billboard's rap singles chart for 42 weeks. 3. At the 40th Grammy awards, Shawn Colvin walked away with Record of the Year and Song of the Year for Sunny Came Home. 4. Erykah Badu won a Grammy for Female Rhythm and Blues Vocal performance with her song On and On. Her album Baduizm won a Grammy for Rhythm and Blues Album. 5. The Florida-based group Matchbox 20's debut album, Yourself or Someone Like You, sold more than four million copies. 6. J amiroquai, known for its unique sound and lead singer Jay Kay's Suessinspired hats, won a Grammy for its song Virtual Insanity. 7. Fiona Apple's debut album Tidal brought the 20-year old artist great success and a Grammy. 8. Garth Brooks gave a free concert in New York City's Central Park and drew hundreds of thousands of fans. His album Sevens sold 3.4 million copies between Thanksgiving and New Years. 9. Fleetwood Mac released its first new album, The Dance, in a decade. The album debuted at the top of the charts and the band grossed more than $36 million on tour. The group was also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with the Eagles, the Mamas

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and the Papas, Santana, Lloyd Price, Gene Vincent, Allen Toussaint, and Jelly Roll Morton. JO. From America's heartland came Hanson, three brothers from Tulsa, Oklahoma. With Isaac, 16, on guitar, Taylor, 13, on keyboards and Zachary, 11, on drums, the group received an enthusiastic reception from teens. Their first album, Middle of Nowhere, hit the top 10, and the single MMMBop went to number one in the U.S. and Europe. 11. LeAnn Rimes' Blue was the best-selling debut album ever by a female country artist. While the double-platinum You Light Up My Life topped the pop and country charts, the 15-year old was busy writing an autobiographical novel, starring in a TV movie, and doing ads for Samsung and KFC. 12. The British quintet, The Spice Girls, took the world by storm with their hit single Wannabe!, their book Girl Power, and the movie Spiceworld. 13. Jakob Dylan and the Wallflowers had huge hits with the album Bringing Down the Horse and the single One Headlight. •Jakob 's father, Bob Dylan , survived a serious heart ailment to release Time Out of Mind. The album was widely praised by critics and

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received a Grammy for Album of the Year.• Elton John sang goodbye to Princess Diana at her funeral with his tribute Candle in the Wind 1997. The recording became the fastest selling single in history. The singer said that he would never perform the song again, unless it was at the request of Diana's sons. • Michael Jackson 's son, Prince Michael Jackson, Jr. was born and has already earned $2 million for appearing on the cover of a British tabloid. •Canadian music legend Joni Mitchell was reunited with the daughter she gave up for adoption in 1965. After a lengthy search, private investigators helped the pair find one another. • Canadian Sarah McLachlan had a hit single, Building a Mystery, but her biggest accomplishment was putting together the Lilith Fair Tour. Lilith Fair was an all female rock tour that included artists Sheryl Crow,

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the Cardigans, Fiona Apple, Jewel, Tracy Chapman, Shawn Colvin, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Indigo Girls, Suzanne Vega, Paula Cole, Lisa Loeb, and Joan Osborne. The tour was so popular it upstaged even the hippest of tours like Lollapalooza and H.O.R.D.E. •Bill Berry, drummer for REM, retired after 17 years with the band. Berry suffered a brain aneurysm while on tour in 1995. • Rap artist and actor Will Smith took home his third Grammy for Men in Black.• While on tour in Sydney, Australia, U2 loaned its cargo plane to the people of Auckland, New Zealand. The city had been without power for almost two weeks and needed generators. The use of U2's plane allowed needed generators to be flown in to restore power to millions of people. •The Verve 's album Urban Hymns jumped 34 spots on the charts after the song Bitter Sweet Symphony was used in a 60-second Nike ad. The band donated its profits to the British Red Cross Land Mine Appeal and the N.C.H. Action for Children "House our Youth 2000" campaign. • While the movie Titanic dominated the box office, its soundtrack dominated the music charts as well. •Celine Dion performed on the Titanic soundtrack and had a hit of her own with Let's Talk About Love.• Madonna's album Ray of Light was " immersed in spirituality and self-discovery." • Other popular musicians included Paula Cole, Duncan Sheik, Verve Pipe, Shania Twain, Beck, Oasis, Sugar Ray, Trisha Yearwood, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, OMC, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Chumbawamba, Everclear, Ben Folds Five, Sublime, Lila McCann, Ty Herndon, Bryan White, Jars of Clay, George Strait, Save Ferris, Abra Moore, and Radiohead. • The music industry lost INXS singer Michael Hutchence, rap artist Notorious B.I.G. (Christopher Wallace), singer, songwriter, and environmentalist John Denver, and Beach Boy Carl Wilson.

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1. After a long standoff with Amaru guerrillas, Peru's PresidentAlberto Fujimori gave the order to Peruvian forces to storm the embassy residence where 72 hostages were being held. All of the guerrillas were kilied and 71 of the hostages were rescued. 2. Louise Woodward, a 19-year old British au pair, was convicted of murdering an eight month old baby in her care. However, citing an absence of malice, the judge reduced the second-degree murder conviction to manslaughter and her sentence to time served. 3. Former president George Bush took up skydiving at the age of 72. He had jumped from a disabled plane in World War II and had vowed that one day he would do it again for fun. 4. Etienne Bacrot, 14, started playing chess when he was four. He became the world's youngest chess grandmaster ever, beating Canadian grandmaster Kevin Spraggett, 42. 5. Mother Teresa died at the age of 87, leaving behind a legacy of love and compassion for the poor. She also left behind more than 4,000 nuns pledged to continue the order she founded. 6. In April, heavy spring snows raised the Red River in Grand Forks, North Dakota flooding the town, causing 50,000 residents to evacuate and destroying

homes and cars in its path. 7. Special Prosecutor Kenneth Starr began investigating the Clintons for their involvement in the Whitewater land development company in Arkansas. Later, Starr became the key prosecutor in President Clinton's alleged relationship with a former White House intern. Starr was investigating whether the President had coerced Monica Lewinsky into lying about the nature of their relationship. Even as accusations rocked the White House, the president's approval ratings were his highest ever. 8. The Heaven's Gate Cult committed suicide with the belief that their souls would be picked up by a spaceship hidden in the tail of the Hale-Bopp comet. Cult leader Marshall Applewhite was among the 39 dead. 9. The men's religious group, Promise Keepers, brought hundreds of thousands of men together in Washington D.C. to pledge their devotion to Jesus, family and one another. 10. At Ohio State University, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright tried to make a case for U.S. military action against Iraq. During the meeting, Albright was continually interrupted by protests from the audience. 11. When the Teamster's union went on strike at United Parcel Service, the nation's leading package-delivery company, millions of

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packages were delayed or lost. Labor Secretary Alexis Herman kept UPS and the Teamsters at the bargaining table and the strike ended after two weeks. 12. Bill and Hillary Clinton faced an empty nest as daughter Chelsea went away to college at Stanford. Mrs. Clinton also marked another milestone by celebrating her 50th birthday. 13. BobbiMcCaughey, from Carlisle, Iowa, gave birth to septuplets. The babies ranged in size from 2lbs., 5 oz to 3 lbs., 4 oz. It is estimated the McCaughey's will change more than 15,000 diapers this year.• The

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diet drugs f en-phen and Redux were removed from the market after the Food and Drug Administration discovered the medications caused serious heart problems. • Ted Turner donated $1 billion to the United Nations, while encouraging others to contribute to charitable causes. Financier George Soros pledged $500 million to Russia for health, education, and welfare while Bill Gates pledged $200 million to bring the Internet to low-income libraries. • Earthquakes in Italy left 11 people dead and thousands homeless. • UNICEF estimated that 80,000 children were starving in the North Korean famine. •Captain Craig Button's A-10 plane mysteriously disappeared after he suddenly broke a three-plane formation over Arizona and headed toward Colorado. The jet was found crashed near Eagle, Colorado with Button's remains inside. The four 500-pound bombs that were on the jet have not been recovered. • First Lieutenant Kelly Flinn, the first woman to pilot a B-52, was given a general discharge from the Air Force for lack of integrity and disobedience to orders. Her career ended over an alleged affair with the husband of an Air Force airman.• Timothy McVeigh was convicted of the Oklahoma City bombing and sentenced to death.• Terry Nichols, also arrested for the April 19, 1995 bombing was convicted of conspiracy and manslaughter. He was acquitted of murder and weapons charges. • Ted Kaczynski pled guilty to being the Unabomber in

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exchange for a sentence of life in prison without parole. Kaczynski waged a 17year anti-technology bombing campaign that included a string of 16 bombings. Three people were killed and 29 injured.

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6. Congressman Sonny Bono died in a skiing accident. Before turning to politics, Bono achieved fame as a songwriter, entertainer, and half of the duo Sonny and Cher. •A bomb in an abortion clinic in Birmingham, Alabama left an off-duty police officer dead and a nurse critically wounded. • The Peabody Award for broadcasting excellence was awarded to author and journalist Peter Gzowski. This was the first time a Canadian had received the prestigious American award for work in Canada. • Susie Maroney of Australia became the first woman to swim from Cuba to Florida. It took her 24 1/2 hours to complete the 112 mile stretch. • The threat of war in the middle east was again

a concern as Saddam Hussein failed to comply with U.N. weapons regulations. However, the U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to endorse a deal negotiated by Secretary-General Kofi Annan that provided U.N. inspectors unrestricted access to all weapons sites. • In West Paducah, Kentucky, Michael Carneal, a high school freshman, opened fire on a group of students gathered for a prayer service at Heath High School. Three girls were killed and five other students wounded. •A U.S. Marine jet sliced through a cable car line at an Italian ski resort killing 20 people.• The U.S. Department of

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1. Martina Hingis captured the U.S. Red Wings defeated the Philadelphia Open tennis tournament. Hingis had a Flyers to win their eighth Stanley Cup. remarkable year with a record of 75-5. 8. In 1997, Jeff Gordon won 10 races, She won three of the four Grand Slam took home $4.2 million in prize money, tournaments and became the first player and captured his second Winston Cup to earn more than $3 million in a season. Championship in three years. 9. At age 2. Figure skater Scott Hamilton , 39, left 21, Tiger Woods outplayed his opponents the Stars on Ice tour in March of 1997 to to win the Masters with a record 13undergo chemotherapy for testicular stroke margin. Woods finished the 1997 cancer. But, on October 29, he returned season as the game's leading money to the ice and a cheering crowd. His winner, taking home more than two prognosis is for a full recovery. 3. In million dollars and was named PGA college football, the University of Player of the Year. Tiger's father, Earl Michigan and the University of Woods, first put a golf club in his son's Nebraska shared the national hands when Tiger was only 11 months championship. Michigan's Charles old. JO. Super Bowl XXXII had Woodson became the first primarily excitement for fans of both teams right defensive player to win the Heisman down to the final seconds. The AFC Trophy. 4. Sports broadcaster, Harry Champion Denver Broncos, led by Caray voice of the Chicago Cubs, died quarterback John Elway, beat the NFL's at the age of 77. 5. After several Green Bay Packers, 31-24. Elway finally attempts, two U.S. women's won his first Super Bowl ring after professional basketball leagues were several losses. 11. In the World Series, finally unveiled in 1997 - the ABL and Moises Alou led the Florida Marlins to the WNBA. Sheryl Swoopes , 26, who victory over the Cleveland Indians with led the 1996 Olympic team to a gold three homers and nine RBis. Only in medal, signed with the WNBA's their fifth year, the Marlins reached the Houston Comets. 6. Violet Palmer and World Series faster than any expansion Dee Kantner became the NBA's first team in history. 12. In Mike Tyson 's and female referees. In their rookie season, Evander Holy.field' s boxing rematch, both will earn $80,000. 7. The Detroit Tyson bit off a piece of Holyfield 's right

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Braves pitcher Greg Maddux signed a contract extension for $57 .5 million which made him the highest-paid player in baseball. • Major league baseball celebrated the 50th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's .efforts to integrate baseball. In Robinson's honor, his number "42" was retired from all team rosters. • Pete Sampras dominated at Wimbledon to win it for the fourth time in five years. •Also at Wimbledon, three-time champion Boris Becker stunned the world by announcing his retirement from tennis. • In her debut at the U.S. Open, 17-year old Venus Williams became the first unseeded woman to advance to the finals. • The Arthur Ashe Stadium opened in Flushing, New York in August with a parade of 45 tennis champions

including Chris Evert and John McEnroe. •Michael Johnson ran the 400 meter race in 44.12 seconds to win his third consecutive world championship in track and field. • After 20 years of trying, Dale Earnhardt won the Daytona 500. A lucky penny was given to him before the race from a five year old girl permanently confined to a wheelchair. The Make-AWish foundation granted her request to see the Daytona 500 and meet Earnhart. •Jockey Gary Stevens, riding Silver Charm, captured his third Kentucky Derby.• We paid final respects to golf legend Ben Hogan, baseball center fielder Curt Flood, and jockey Eddie Arcaro.

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I. The opening ceremony of the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, .Japan combined the traditions of the past and the technology of the present. Sumo wrestlers warded off evil spirits while choirs on five continents performed Beethoven's ""Ode to .Joy" simultaneously. 2. U.S. skier Picabo Street won the gold medal in the Women's Super-G. She edged Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria by one-hundredth of a second. 3. Tara Lipinski, at 15, became the youngest Ol~·mpic women's figure skating champion ever by outscoring fellow American Michelle Kwan. Lipinski took the gold medal, Kwan the silver, and Lu Chen of China won the bronze. 4. The United States men\ teams captured the first American luge medals in Olympic histor~" The two teams won the silver and bronze in the luge doubles.

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5. Despite injuries and the flu, Canadian Elvis Stojko won the silver medal in men's figure skating. Ilia Kulik of Russia won the gold medal, while Phillippe Candeloro of France won the bronze. 6. The U.S. women's hockey team defeated Canada and won the gold medal to capture the first Olympic women's hockey title. Canada took home the silver and Finland the bronze. The U.S. team also appeared on the March Wheaties box. • The Czech Republic captured its first hockey gold medal when it defeated Russia 1-0. The bronze medal went to Finland. • Canadians Catriona LeMay-Doan and Susan Auch dominated women's speedskating by winning the gold and the silver medals in the 500 meter race.

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lander. Kids and toy collectors sent sales soaring. 6. With increased reading awareness on television due in large part to Oprah Winfrey's book club, and the rise of espresso-serving bookstores, Americans experienced a kind of reading renaissance. 7. People magazine released its first issue of Teen People, with Party of Five's Jennifer Love Hewitt on the cover. The first issue included articles about what's hot in fashion, a behind the scenes look at the music group Hanson, and photo flashbacks of Brad Pitt. 8. Beanie babies sent children and parents running to the toy store. These cuddly little creatures were must-haves for kids of all ages. Retired beanies, like Peanut the Elephant, increased enormously in value. 9. The Hale-Bopp Comet returned to view 4,200 years after its last visit. In many areas, the comet was visible with the naked eye. The comet's next appearance should be in the year 4397. 10. In a re-match in May, IBM's chess playing machine, Deep Blue, defeated world champion Russian Garry Kasparov. 11. Retro 70s trends

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brought back bell-bottoms, platform shoes, butterfly collars, and an array of other styles that sent teens into a fashion era that used to be associated with their parents. 12. In 1997, Tommy Hilfiger opened his first megastore on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California and published All American: A Style Book. His primary-colored, patriotic themed sportswear was popular with teens.• The "soul patch" became the latest fashion statement in facial hair. It could be worn with or without a mustache and was popular among teens and movie stars like Keanu Reeves and Josh Brolin. • Riverdance, based on traditional Irish step dancing, played to packed houses in the United States and Australia. Its soundtrack stayed on the Billboard's World Music charts for more than a year. • Barbie received a make-over that included a breast reduction and a more realistic waistline. • The Federal Communications Commission cleared the way for highdefinition digital television, giving audiences a sharper image and CD quality sound. •America Online took over CompuServe's 2.6 million members to make AOL number one in the online industry. On a typical day AOL subscribers logged on 16.7 million times. •In a Newsweek Poll, 89% of teens used computers at least several times a week.

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Mr. and Miss DHS

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I want to thank all of the seniors for giving me the honor of being chosen Miss DHS. Thanks for always being there for me and supporting me in everything I do. I feel we are a very special class and each one of us have shared special memories that we'll never forget. Good luck after graduation, I hope everyone will be successful and make something of themselves. Thank you once again for giving me this honorandformaking my senior year something I will neverforget.

Being named Mr. DHS is an honor that I will cherish for the rest ofmy life. Not for the title, but for the thoughtfulness ofmy fellow classmates in expressing their confidence in me to represent the class of 1998. I want to thank Godforall that He has given me and the opportunities He will give me to accomplish for the future. I will look back on my years at DHS with great memories of friends, teachers and all the fun times we have shared. I want to thank all my classmates for supporting me over the years. Maybe in a small way we have improved our school or had a positive influence on someone's life. I wish all of you the best of luck in whatever challenges you may encounter in life. Always remember your friends at DHS. May God bless and keep you from harm's way.

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Senior personalities Most Likely To Succeed Misty Jones & Tim Russell

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Tina Trout and Lisa Capps enjoy themselves atthe Senior Breakfast.

Jennifer Webb sports the cap she received at Sam Houston State University.

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Senior life

Misty Jones, Elizabeth Sloan and Casie Parish get caught out of class .... again.

Drake strikes again Annette Olvera stands in her chair while being sung "Happy Birthday" to by Coach Drake and Mr. Quarles' second period class. Johnny Cratic holds Annette's hand during the song.

Shutterbug Tina Trout practices her photography skills.

Ketavia Davis is in no hurry to get to her next class.

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Bruce Chumley, who was voted best dancer by the seniors, shows off his moves.

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The Class of 1999

Junior class officers are (from left) Mandy Dulaney, Rachel Cordell, Casey Yates and Taylore Sloan. Not pictured is Cassi Lenderman .

Shawn Abbott Michael Baker JoLy.n Bearden Timothy Bounds Robert Brewer Jay Burns

Jesuscita Carrillo Yadira Castaneda Alberto Concha Rachel Cordell Heather Crager James Crager Jessica DeJesus Raul DeJesus Mandy Dulaney Lorenzo Enriquez Torry Fenner Lyntricia Foreman Robert Fowler Brian Frankens LaDonna Frost Noemi Garcia Monica Garza Edgar Gonzalez Sonia Gonzalez Tim Griffin Kevin Grogan Demorea Hadnot Tamara Harrell Yuarva Henry Lisa Hodges April Holley Kristie Holley Brandy Ivey Austin Jackson Carlletha Jackson

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Juniors Clyde Jackson Jennifer Kee Diana Lara Christy Leazott Cassi Lenderman Joel Lopez Julila Luna Carmen Martinez Connie Matchett Diane Matthews Walter Matthews Nicole McClendon Johnathan McGuire Gabriel Mendez Robert Michaud Rita Michelle Miller Miguel Molina Marcus Nash

Jason Olds Darrin Oliphant Trey Oliver . Jennifer Ortiz Brenda Palomino Angela Peck Delia Pena Jason Perry Latavian Phipps Sharonda Pike William Price Andrea Rey~s Chris Reyes Charles Richardson Laci Roden Ave Marie Rodriguez Karen Rogers Hector Rosales

Anthony Russaw Shannon Russaw Griselda Salaiss Robyn Sanford Joel Sarmiento Angelica Silva

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Jamie Simms Sabrina Skoug Taylore Sloan Stephanie Sloma Wendy Stoddard Donna Straps Derrin Taylor Francisco Terrazas Johnathan Terrell Mike Terrell Jessica Thompson Jeff Vanover Felix Veliz Amber Vigue Keri Wallace Matthew Webb Patrick Wheeler Coby Wilbanks Melanie Wilkerson Valerie Williams David Wilson Justin Wilson Angelina Wise Casey Yates Laura Yates Mark Zehler

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Sophomores· Linda Alvarez Jennifer Austin Todd Baker Caroline Bao Marcus Benton Michael Brack Scott Bradley Kori Brandon Josh Brasher Brandon Bray Crystal Brown Michael Burgess Luis Caballero Marvin Canada Daniel Compean Michael Conner Shelita Davis Reaymundo DeJesus

Jeffrey Diets Miranda Dominey Amber Dugat James Dunkin Ayesha Dunn Jason Dykes Hosam El Hebawi Dimas Esteves Erick Esteves Ernest Farley Carrie Flowers Essie Fowler Jamar Frost Lionel Garr Javier Gonzalez Marcus Guevara Ashley Handy Jamie Hannah

Jason Hannah Adrian Hatley Anita Helton Robert Hendrick Courtney Henry Brant Herchman

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The Class of 2000 Amanda Holley Desiree Holt Amber Hooper Leslea Horton Colin Hurley Kenny Karber Kelly Kee Tymeisha Kelly Gloria Kilgore Doug Krell Travis Lacox Liu Ping Jonathan Llanas Rosa Lopez Ruby Lopez Luke Lovett April Loya Silvia Luna

Roy Lyles Andrea Mark Stacey Martz David Maynard Lisa McClain Bryan McCollum Melissa McDonald Lloyd McKnight Crystal McWilliams Amy Mettlen Jill Meza Judy Meza Greg Miller Joshua Moreno James Morgan Josh Morton Phillip Musick Brad Napier

Joshua Oates Sherri Oliphant Terri Oliphant Craig Parker Raul Perez Brandie Phipps

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Bryan Sloma Marci Smith Brandon Stringer Nathaniel Tapia P.J. Taylor Keith Taylor Nathanael Thompson April Tobias Daniel Torres Dustin Turner Joshua ,Vasquez Willie Walker Daisy Welch Wesley Wallace Amanda Williams Larrissia Williams Tonya Wilson J.J. Wyatt

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The Class of 2001 Ivan Aguirre John Armstead B.J. Baldree Benjamin Banuelos Nancy Banuelos Latoya Blount Angela Bounds Ja'Nell Brown Tim Brown Melissa Capps Melecio Carrillo Zenia Cavazos

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Terence Deason Monica De la Fuente Olga De la Paz Alonzo Enriquez Alejandro Escamilla Felicano Estrada Orlando Estrada William Flournoy Anthony Foreman Daphne Fowler Tiffany Frankens Wendy Frankens Jeremy Freeman Jose Garcia Luis Garcia Rita Garcia Alecia Garrett Lydia Gonzalez

Martha Gonzalez Catherine Goodson Hilda Guerrero Jessica Hall John Helbert Kari Henderson

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Freshmen Bradford Ivey Angelle Johnson Sharee Joshua Nicole Lamb Julie Leavell Carlos Lee Rudy Leon Ranada Levias Tenisha Levias Anthony Ligon Abel Lopez Gilberto Lopez Christine Macher Maria Martinez Dekeshia Maxie Brandon McGaughey Erika McWilliams Tiffany McWilliams

Datrick Mitchell Juan Morales Joel Moreno Jessica Murray Joey Palacio Vickie Parish Britton Pavlic Nancy Perez Chad Perry Lee Porter Josh Prescott Fidencio Ramos Eddie Reyes Jim Richardson Mabel Rios Mirna Robles Juan Ruiz Robert Ryan

Lizeth Salcedo Amanda Sample Angelica Sanchez Guadalupe Sandoval Julia Sandoval Juan Sarmiento

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The Class of 2001 Marisol Sarmiento Ricardo Serrato John Sikes Araceli Silva Dalia Silva Emanuel Silva Billy Jack Smith Bradley Smith Holly Smith Kiya Smith Scott Smith April Stoddard Lindsay Syler Bradley Taylor Brandy Taylor Claudia Tamez Rhonda Tamez Jimmy Terrell Kanetra Thornton Felipe Tovar Nidia Tovar Olivia Urbina Lindsay Vanover Israel Vasquez Miguel Vasquez Steven Vaughn Araceli Veliz Cedric Vinson Amanda Wallace Chris Ward LeAnn Ward Jeremy Webb Shanda White Luke Wilbanks Jimmy Wilder Ashley Williams

Christy Williams Derek Yarbrough Jessica Zapata

Freshmen class officers are (from left) Josh Prescottpresident, Lindsay Vanovervice-presiden t, April Stoddard-reporter, Amanda Sample-treasurer and Vickie Parish-secretary.

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FFA Officers for 1997-98 are (from left) Marci Smith-reporter, Jennifer Webb-vice president, Melissa Hannah-president, Kori Brandon-parliamentarian, Cassi Lendermanchaplain, Jennifer Ortizsentinel, Misti Seymoresecretary and Timothy Bounds-treasurer.

High-point individuals are Jennifer Ortiz-land judging, Jennifer Webbforestry and Melissa Hannah-plant ID.

Kori Brandon won the 1998 Chapter Star Farmer Award from the National FFA Organization.

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FFA secretary Misti Seymore holds a plant that was given away at the annual FFA Banquet. Brad Ivey cleans a fish at the FFA's annual Fish Harvest.

Nathaniel Thompson, Michael Connor and Jeremy Webb hang out at the Lufkin Expo Center.

B .J. Baldree shows off his hog at the annual Youth Fair at the Lufkin Expo Center.

Bradley Smith shows off his award for Market Hog Division Champion. Standing with Bradley is Ryan Richardson.

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Roy Salazar, Miguel Santana and Jose Ramos pose for a photo at the Angelina County Youth Fair.

Jon McGuire, Scott Turner, Miguel Santana, Jose Ramos pose with Ag teacher Kevin Swor.

Bruce Chumley looks as if he has an important job at the Youth Fair. But we all know better.

Misty Jones shows off her blue ribbon she won at the Angelina County Youth Fair.

Ryan Richardson, Daisy Welch and Jessica Thompson pose for a photo at the Youth Fair.

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ACADEC

Members of the AcaDec team that placed at the state meet are Jason Perry , Kristi Ward , Melanie Wilkerson and Miguel Yanez.

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AcaDec members Allen Bacon and Kristi Ward listen to advice from Mr. Wilkerson.

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ART Mr. Paul's art classes made this mural of the front of the high school on the wall across from his room.

The art classes made this mural showing their school spirit during football season.

Perla Sarmiento looks at some art work done by students in Mr Paul's classes.

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Alberto Concha checks out some of the art work.

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Cheerleaders Varsity cheerleaders for 1997-98 are (front) Ave Marie Rodriguez, Andrea Mark, Misty Jones and Kiana Scott. In the middle are Marsha Richard, Lisa McClain, Taylore Sloan and Casey Yates. In back are Jo Lyn Bearden, Audra Harris, Amber Vigue and Sharee Joshua.

Junior varsity cheerleaders for the 1997-98 year are (front, left to right) Daphne Fowler, Ashley Williams, Nicole Lamb, April Stoddard and Cathlene Godwin. In back are Amanda Sample, Alecia Garrett and Tiffany McWilliams.

The varsity cheerleaders form a pyramid at a football game.

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National Honor Society

New members of the National Honor Society are (front, left to right) Carrie Flowers, Amanda Holley, Anita Helton, Andrea Mark, Kori Brandon and Gloria Kilgore. In the middle are Tonya Wilson, Crystal Mc Williams, Courtney Henry,. Kelly Kee, Jennifer Austin and Yvette Roman.

New members of the National Honor Society are (bottom, left to right) David Maynard, J.J. Wyatt, Jeff Van over and Luke Lovett. In back are Greg Miller, Phillip Musick, Travis Lac ox and Jason Perry.

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STUDENT COUNCIL

Student council officers for the 1997-98 school year are Candy Perez, Ardella Fisher, Misty Jones, Nora Robles, LaKeisha Lee, Jessica Rayborn and Coby Wilbanks.

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World Geography club officers are vice president Ardella Fisher, president Nora Robles and treasurer Candy Perez. Not pictured are secretary Amy Kiel, reporter Patricia Olivarez and photographer Nora De La Fuente.

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TEACH Club

Members of the TEACH Club hold the banner they received for getting the Clean Campus A ward from Angelina Beautiful Clean. From left to right are Jeremy Flores, Eddie Reyes, Heather Crager, Jeffrey Diets, April Holley, Josh Moreno, Amanda Williams, Joel Moreno, Connie Matchett, Keri Wallace and Juan Morales.

Members of the TEACH Club sit by the flower bed they made outside the building. From left are Mrs. Ritenour, Jeremy Flores, Jeffrey Diets, Heather Crager, Connie Matchett, Nora De La Fuente, Amanda Williams, Keri Wallace, Keith Taylor, Juan Morales, Josh Moreno and Mrs. Blanks.

TEACH Club member Heather Crager gets interviewed by KTRE-TV after the club got the Clean Campus award.

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Drug Free All-Stars

Diboll Drug-Free All-Satrs are (front) Ave Rodriguez, Phillip Chapman and Misty Jones. In back are Erica Perez, Marilyn Harper, Elizabeth Sloan, Lisa Capps, Casey Yates, Amy Kiel and Candy Perez.

Winners of the KYSSED volleyball tournament are Daniel Barrera, Nathaniel Tapia, Andy Reyes and Chana Reyes.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes Jamie Simms and Wendy Stoddard are having a good time at the FF A Fellowship after a home football game.

Gloria Kilgore grabs some dessert at the FCA supper following a football game.

Marcus Cannon enjoys his ice cream at an FCA fellowship following a home football game.

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Theatre

Members of the cast and crew of 'Grease' are (front, from left) Amanda Ybarra, Crystal Constante, Valerie Williams, Marilyn Harper, Heather Crager, Travis Lacox, Stephanie Sloma, Gilberto Lopez, Charity Rast, Amber Hooper and Erica Perez. In back are Michael Burgess, Derrik Yarbrough, Coby Wilbanks, Matthew Crager, Craig Parker, Billy Jack Smith, Scott Bradley, Adrian Hatley and Doug Krell.

Members of the crew of'Grease' are Lisa Capps, Derrik Yarbrough, Marcus Moses, Tami Beck, Dustin Turner, Brad Napier and David Wilson.

Amanda Ybarra relaxes after the 'Grease' performance. Amber Deen, Charity Rast and Marilyn Harper take a break.

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Stephanie Sloma, Jamie Simms, Matthew Crager and Jennifer Roach march at the annual Red-White scrimmage.

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Drill team

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Rachel Cordell, Misti Seymore and Brandy Ivey pose before a drill team performance. Crystal Mc Williams leads the drill team into the stadium before a game.

Misti Seymore, Wendy Stoddard, Lindsay Vanover and Crystal McWilliams pose for a picture after a halftime performance.

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Mrs. Gault hits a shot in the KYSSED volleyball tournament. Her teammates included Mrs. Prescott, Mrs. Tate and Mrs. Stewart.

Travis Wallace, Bruce Chumley, Brandon Bray and Gabriel Mendez got dressed up for a pep rally.

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FF A students are having a good time at the annual Fish Harvest.

Fabiola Zarzoza, Monica Tapia and Amy Luna discuss ideas for the yearbook.

Marilyn Harper, Lisa Capps and Jennifer Webb work on the yearbook.

Gloria Kilgore and Misty Jones enjoy ice cream at an FCA fellowship.

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Jerry Curtis and Austin Jackson enjoy a break from class.

The varsity cheerleaders perform before a home football game.

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These homemaking students stop for a photo before going out to eat on a class trip.

The junior varsity cheerleaders perform before a home football game.

Photographers Annette Olvera and Tina Trout stop to have their photo taken.

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Lumberjack Football 1997 Scores· Diboll -48 Kountze-12 Diboll- 37 Kirbyville-12 Diboll-32 Groveton-49 Diboll-35 Huffman-20 Diboll-33 Rusk-32 Diboll-15 Corrigan-49 Diboll-43 San Augustine-7 Diboll-51 Huntington-0 Diboll-21 Center-9 LUMBERJACK SENIORS are (front) Leon Coleman, Scott Reeves, Bruce Chumley and Kennedy Scott. In back are Freddy Vasquez, Marcus Cannon, Chad Mitchell, Travis Wallace and Allen Bacon.

LUMBERJACK JUNIORS are (front) Robbie Michaud, Mike Terrell, Demorea Hadnot, Gabriel Mendez and Alberto Concha. In back are Trey Oliver, Lorenzo Enriquez, Jeff Vanover, Latavian Phipps and Darrin Oliphant.

RB Terry Colquitt (22) heads into the open field against Kirbyville.

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Marcus Cannon (33) and Darrin Oliphant (80) lead the Lumberjacks onto the field before a home game. Jonathan Terrell set a school record for most extra points in a season. He adds another one here.

Carlos Lee looks for some running room against Huffman.

, Kennedy Scott brings down Kirbyville's quarterback in a Lumberjack win. Jerry Curtis makes a tackle against Groveton.

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Leon Coleman (41) closes in on Rusk RB Rashaad Lewis (25) while Jeff Vanover (12) tries to hang on. The Jacks beat the Eagles 33-32 in overtime.

Allen Bacon tries to cool off during a game.

Jeff Vanover gets ready to take the snap from center against Alto.

Bruce Chumley and coach Jeff Stifle walk off the field after another Lumberjack win.

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Coach Jeff Stifle gets the troops ready for a scrimmage.

Coaches for the

1997-98 Lumberjacks are Rick Lang, Jeff Stifle, Randy Prescott, Terry Johnson, Jeff Headrick and Clayton Odom. In back are Gary Martel, Terry Huckaby, Ron Soma, Finis Vanover, Michael Garza and Phil Bailey.

QB Jeff Vanover runs out of a tackle attempt by an Alto player.

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Basketball Lumberjack scores Diboll 60, Center 52 Diboll 65, San Augustine 62 Diboll 63, Rusk 77 Diboll 60, Hudson 58 Diboll 83, Huntington 63 Diboll 83, Corrigan 53 Diboll 53, Central 46 Diboll 88, Center 60 Diboll 68, San Augustine 54 Diboll 76, Rusk 80 Diboll 71, Hudson 70 Diboll 73, Huntington 41 Dibo11 66, Corrigan 44 Diboll 70, Central 48 Diboll 53, Mexia 69

Members of the 1997-98 Lumberjack basketball team are (front, from left) Jeff Vanover, Kennedy Scott, Travis Wallace, Brandon Bray and Demorea Hadnot. In back are coach Gary Martel , Cedric Vinson, Trey Oliver, Joel Lopez, Lionel Garr, Darrin Oliphant and Jeremy Freeman.

Darrin Oliphant goes up for a shot in the Jacks' playoff game against Mexia. Brandon Bray goes in for a layup against Mexia.

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Basketball Members of the Lumberjack JV basketball team are (front, from left) Brandon Stringer, Travis Lacox, Charles Runner, Greg Miller, J.J. Wyatt, Phillip Musick and coach Clayton Odom. In back are Coby Wilbanks, Nathan Williams, Marcus Nash, Colin Hurley, Carl Runner and Latavian Phipps.

(Below) Members of the Lumberjack freshmen basketball team are (front, from left) Brandon McGaughey, Anthony Foreman, Jimmy Terrell and Carlos Lee. In back are Anthony Ligon, Nathan Williams, John Wayne Armstead and Gary Colquitt.

Diboll freshman Cedric Vinson looks for somewhere to pass the ball in the Jacks' bi-district game against Mexia.

Travis Wallace slows down to keep from running over a Mexia player in the Jacks bi-district playoff game.

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Basketball Ladyj ack scores Diboll 71, Corrigan 45 Diboll 46, Central 43 Diboll 60, Center 46 Diboll 57, San Augustine 52 Diboll 35, Rusk 63 Diboll 36, Hudson 73 Diboll 37, Huntington 26 Diboll 75, Corrigan 38 Diboll 37, Central 51 Diboll 61, Center 31 Diboll 48, San Augustine 43 Diboll 26, Rusk 62 Diboll 39, Hudson 78 Diboll 45, Huntington 38

Members of the 1997-98 Ladyjacks are Michelle Miller, Kiana Scott, Marsha Richard, Cassi Lenderman, Kori Wallace, Tamara Harrell, Jeni Lightfoot, Amy Kiel and Casey Yates.

Amy Kiel looks to pass the ball upcourt.

Michelle Miller looks for somewhere to pass the ball.

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Members of the Ladyjacks' junior varsity basketball team are (front, from left) Keri Wallace, Tamia Cunningham, Rachell Cordell, Andrea Mark and Wendy Stoddard. In back are JoLyn Bearden, Yuarva Henry, Courtney Henry, Coach Pam Matlock, Terri Oliphant, Shelita Davis and Kori Brandon.

Members of the Ladyjacks freshmen basketball team are (front, from left) Lindsay Syler, Larissia Williams and Ranada Levias. In the middle are Cathlene Godwin, Nicole Lamb and Jessica Zapata. Io back are coach Ron Soma, April Stoddard, Yuarva Henry, Daphne Fowler, Zenia Cavazos, Vicki Parish, Lindsay Vanover and coach Pam Matlock.

Casey Yates dribbles past opponents on her way to a layup.

Tamara Harrell pulls down a rebound.

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Ladyjack scores Diboll 1, Central 12 Diboll 15, Rusk 13 Diboll 20, Center 1 Diboll 0, Hudson 15 Diboll 17, Huntington 0 Diboll 17, Corrigan 1 Diboll 1, Central 5 Diboll 7, Rusk 9 Diboll 18, Center 3 Diboll 3, Hudson 9 Diboll 19, Huntington 2 Diboll 21, Corrigan 4 Members of the 1998 Ladyjack softball team are (front) Kiana Scott, Anita Helton, Gloria Kilgore and Lindsay Vanover. On the second row are Kori Brandon, April Stoddard, Stacey Martz and Laci Roden. Behind them are.Wendy Stoddard and Crystal Mc Williams. Seated in back are head coach Pam Matlock, Melanie Ward, Jeni Lightfoot, Maria Perez, Jessica Rayborn and coach Clemmie Mann.

Crystal Mc Williams pitches the ball during a game for the Ladyjacks.

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Anita Helton swings for a hit.

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Keri Wallace heads to first base after a hit.

Crystal Constante swings and narrowly misses a pitch.

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Rhonda Tamez makes a throw to first base.

Members of the Diboll junior varsity softball team are (front) Keri Wallace, (second row) Crystal Constante, April Stoddard, Alecia Garrett and Ranada Levias, (third row) Vicki Parish, Sandy Shelly, Rhonda Tamez, Jessica Zapata and Ashley Williams (back row) coach Clemmie Mann, Crystal Mc Williams, Kori Brandon, Anita Helton and coach Pam Matlock.

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Baseball

Lumberjack baseball team are (front, from left) coach Jeff Headrick, Colin Hurley, Jose Perez, Phillip Richard, Austin Jackson, Jeff Vanover, Josh Prescott, Chris Reyes, Lorenzo Enriquez and head coach Terry Johnson. In back are Phillip Chapman, Gabriel Mendez, Raymundo DeJesus, Joel Lopez, Travis Wallace, Demorea Hadnot and Arturo

Phillip Richard makes the play at third base.

Arturo Morado makes a pitch to the plate.

Travis Wallace prepares to make a throw while Phillip Chapman looks on.

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Dimas Esteves follows through on a base hit.

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Travis Wallace gets another base hit for the Jacks .

First baseman Ramundo DeJesus waits to receive a throw at first base.

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Members of the Ladyjacks volleyball team that made the bi-district playoffs are (front, from left) Jessica Rayborn, Maria Perez, Andrea Reyes and Misty Jones. In the middle are Andrea Mark, Jessica DeJesus, Laci Roden and Kiana Scott. In back are Michelle Miller, Cassi Lenderman, Lindsay Vanover, head coach Pam Matlock, Julissa Monrroy, Sharee Joshua and Casey Yates.

Lindsay Vanover, Julissa Monrroy, Andre Mark and Cassi Lenderman lead the Ladyjacks onto the court before a game at home.

Cassi Lenderman practices her spiking.

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Volleyball Members of the Ladyjacks freshmen volleyball team are (seated, from left) April Stoddard, Daphne Fowler and Nicole Lamb. Kneeling are Ashley Williams, Vicki Parish and Jessica Hall. In back are Martha Gonzalez, Lindsay Vanover, coach Pam Matlock, Zenia Cavazos and Crystal Constante.

(Below) Members of the Ladyjacks junior varsity are (seated, from left) are Stacey Martz and Rachell Cordell. Kneeling are April Loya, Crystal McWilliams and Larissia Williams. In back are Kori Brandon, Gloria Kilgore, Leslie Horton, coach Kim Roberts, Anita Helton, Jennifer Ortiz and Julissa Monrroy.

Andrea Reyes, Laci Roden and Maria Perez wait to be announced at the beginning of a home game.

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Powerlifting

Gabriel Mendez competes in the powerlifting meet in Diboll. Ricardo Gonzalez performs a deadlift during the powerlifting meet in Diboll. Alberto Concha looking huff in the Diboll powerlifting meet.

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Tennis

Regional tennis qualifiers for the Diboll tennis team are Jessica DeJesus, Maria Perez, Niko Stockman, Jonathan Terrell, Jessica Hall and Leslea Horton. Terrell advanced to the state tournament.

Golf

John Sikes practices his putting before a tournament in Diboll.

J.J. Wyatt qualifies for the regional golf tournament. Standing with J.J. is coach Jeff Stifle.

Wesley Wallace, Brant Herchman and Brandon McGaughey warm up for a tournament.

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Members of the Ladyjacks track team that made it to Austin for the state track and field meet are (from left) Kiana Scott, Carlletha Jackson, Daphne Fowler, Sharee Joshua, Shan McGuire and Casey Yates. In back is Coach Darrin Horton.

Latavian Phipps prepares to pole vault. Casey Yates leads the way in the 100 meter hurdles.

Demorea Hadnot prepares to take off.

Darrin Oliphant crosses the finish line.

Sharee Joshua takes first place.

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Shan McGuire talces off on the first leg of the Ladyjacks' relay.

Sharee Joshua, Casey Yates, Daphne Fowler and Carlos Lee find a place to rest in the shade at the Lumberjack Relays.

Brandon Bray and Artie Yates finish strong in the 110-meter hurdles at the Lumberjack Relays.

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Boys regional track qualifiers are (from left) Darrin Oliphant, Colin Hurley, Brandon Bray, Jeff Vanover, Latavian Phipps, Lionel Garr, Artie Yates, Greg Miller and Carlos Lee.

State Qualifiers

State qualifiers in track and field are (seated) Carlletha Jackson, Sharee Joshua and Shan McGuire. In back are Darrin Oliphant, Casey Yates, Daphne Fowler, Kiana Scott and Jonathan Terrell.

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UIL

UIL contestants are (front, from left) Tina Trout, Marilyn Harper, RachelCordell, Joel Sarmiento, Jessica Hall, Vicki Parish, Jason Perry, Kevin Moore, Luis Pizarro and Justin Wilson. In back are Candy Perez, Robbie Michaud, Lisa Capps, Mandy Ybarra, Allen Bacon, Shan McGuire, Misty Jones, Adrian Hatley, Coby Wilbanks, Melissa McDonald and Tim Russell.

UIL regional qualifiers are (front, from left) Robbie Michaud, Coby Wilbanks and Justin Wilson. In back are Candy Perez, Marilyn Harper, Rachel Cordell, Mandy Ybarra and Luke Wilbanks. Not pictured is Melanie Wilkerson, who also qualified for the state meet in Ready Writing.

State qualifiers in CX Debate are Candy Perez, Marilyn Harper, Rachel Cordell and Coby Wilbanks.

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Teacher

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Student of the Year Kristi Ward

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UIL participants receiving certificates at the Academic Banquet are Heather Crager, Adrian Hatley, Tina Trout, Lisa Capps, Melanie Wilkerson and Justin Wilson.

Science award winners at the Academic Banquet are (front, from left) Lindsay Syler, Anita Helton, Gabriel Espino and Carrie Flowers. In back are Fabiola Zarzoza, Lyntricia Foreman, Jeni Lightfoot and Erica Perez.

Family and Consumer Science award winners at the Renaissance Banquet are (front, from left) Ardella Fisher, Elizabeth.Sloan and Casey Yates. In back are Katherina Loftin, Kori Wallace and Misti Seymore and Charles Runner.

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A-B Honor roll award winners at the Renaissance Banquet are (front, from left) Jeremy Webb, Anita Helton, Andrea Mark, April Stoddard and Sabrina Galli. In back are Josh Prescott, Travis Wallace, Kori Wallace, Elizabeth Sloan, Cassi Lenderman and Cedric Vinson.

All A Honor Roll award winners at the Renaissance Banquet are (front, from left) Lindsay Syler, Kristi Ward and Melanie Wilkerson. In back are Carrie Flowers, Misty Jones, Britton Pavlic and Gloria Kilgore.

Pictured from left to right: Student of the Year, Kristi Ward; science award winners, Jeni Lightfoot and Erica Perez; Luis Pizarro, Air Force senior award; Andrea Reyes and Fabiola Zarzoza, Air Force senior award.

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Vocational award winners at the Renaissance Banquet are (front, from left) Laci Roden, William Flournoy, Bruce Chumley, Luis Pizarro and Melissa Hannah. In back are Michael Dunkin, Timothy Bounds, Brian Frankens, Ryan Richardson and Austin Jackson.

(Below) Principal's Award winners are (front, from left) Lisa McClain, Jennifer Moreno and Candy Perez. In back are Wendy Stoddard, B.J. Brewer, Lisa Capps and Erica Perez.

Misty Jones wins the Dallas Morning News Scholar/Athlete Award.

Mathematics Award winners at the Academic Banquet are (front, from left) Lee Porter, Diana Lara, Chad Perry, Felix Estrada and Amanda Holley. In back are Sabrina Galli, Joel Sarmiento, Jesuscito Carillo, Gloria Kilgore and Kori Brandon.

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Computer and business education award winners at the Renaissance Banquet are (front, from left) LaToya Hines, Carolyn Bao, Diana Reyes and Jessica DeJesus. In back are Robbie Michaud, Phillip Richard, Jason Perry and Lisa Capps. ,

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Language Arts awards winners are Travis Wallace, Jennifer Webb, Crystal McWilliams, Lanitra·Wofford, Carmen Martinez, Wendy Frankens, Yvette Roman and Jimmy Wilder.

Speech award winners are (front) Valerie Williams and Carlos Lee. In back are Josh Prescott, Travis Lacox and Jessica Murry.

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Mock Trial participants are (front) Kristi Ward, Erica Perez, Allen Bacon and Misty Jones. In back are Rachel Cordell, Jeff Vanover, Joel Sarmiento, Tim Russell and Jason Perry.

Members of the AcaDec team are (front, from left) Heather Crager, Kristi Ward, Luis Pizarro, Melanie Wilkerson and Jason Perry. In back are Miguel Yanez, Joel Sarmiento, Allen Bacon, Robbie Michaud and Tim Russell.

Social Studies award winners at the Renaissance Banquet are (back, from left) Lee Ann Ward, Melanie Wilkerson and Kristi Ward. In front are Orlando Estrada, Marisol Sarmiento and Steven Vaughn.

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Presidential Award winners at the Renaissance Banquet are (front, from left) Kristi Ward, Erica Perez and Jennifer Webb. In back are Misty Jones, Travis Wallace and Elizabeth Sloan.

Accelerated Reader high-point students recognized at the Renaissance Banquet are Kristi Ward, Robbie Michaud and Jennifer Austin. Not pictured is Jessica Hall.

Language Arts and Fine Arts award winners at the Renaissance Banquet are Delia Pena, Jeff Vanover, Larissia Williams, Misty Jones, Marilyn Harper and Brandi Bird.

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Award winners at the Renaissance Banquet included Miranda Dominey, Rhonda Tamez, Alex Escamilla, Jason Dykes and Lindsay Vanover.

(Below) UIL participants are (front, from left) Erica Perez, Valerie Williams, Crystal Constante and Jason Perry. In back are Tami Beck, Craig Parker, Amber Deem and Lionel Garr.

Melanie Wilkerson qualified for the state UIL meet in ready writing.

UIL participants are (front, from left) Joel Sarmiento, Jimmy Terrell, Chad Perry, Kevin Moore and Carolyn Bao. In back are Tim Russell, Allen Bacon, Robbie Michaud, Luis Pizarro, Misty Jones and Melissa McDonald.

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Sports Awards W.F. Pate • winners W.F. Pate Award winners for 1998 are Misty Jones and Travis Wallace. Standing with them are coaches Pam Matlock and Gary Martel.

Athletes of the Year Darrin Oliphant & Casey Yates

Former track stars and football players were inducted into the Lumberjack Wall of Fame at homecoming. From left are JackBacker president Bill Brown, superintendent Carolyn Sewell, former football standout Lynn Pavlic, former track star Sy!via Mitchell, former coach James Porter, former track standout Shelly Castillo, former football standout Danny Baker, former football star and coach Bobby Baker and former football standouts Richard Warner and John Ralph Pouland.

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1997-98 Junior-Senior Prom Prom King and Queen Leon Coleman &

Audra Harris

Prom dates Eric Crager, Katherina Loftin, Travis Lacox, Jamie Simms, J.J. Wyatt and Cassi Lenderman pose for a picture.

Amy Kiel and date and Leon Coleman and Ardella Fisher pose for a picture at the prom.

In back Dianne Matthews, Karen Rogers, April Holley and Kristie Holley pose at the prom.

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Audra Harris is crowned Queen of the Prom by Taylor Sloane. Standing next to Audra is Prom King Leon Coleman.

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1997-98 Junior-Senior Prom From left are Brandy Ivey, Ryan Williams, Jon McGuire, Kimberly Evans, Brooke Crager, Mandy Dulaney and date, Rachel Cordell, Josh Tipton and Jason Perry.

(Below) Felicia Trevino and Allen Bacon.

Lanitra Wofford hugs her date, Terry Colquitt.

Sharee Joshua, Carlletha Jackson and Shan McGuire have a good time at the prom. Monica Tapia and Monica Enriquez pose wi.th their dates.

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1997-98 Junior-Senior Prom Carrie Rios , Regina Taylor and LaToya Hines pose at the prom.

(Below) In front are Diana Lara, Yesenia Loredo, Julia Luna and Jesuscito Carillo. In the middle are Delia Pena, Jessica DeJesus, Yadira Castaneda and Felix Veliz. In back are Alberto Concha and Francisco Terrazas.

Pictured with their dates are Perla Sarmiento and Amy Luna.

Robert Fowler, Daphne Fowler, Darrin Oliphant, Nicole Lamb and Latavian Phipps pose before the prom.

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Homecoming

Misty Jones, pictured with her father Gary Jones, was named DHS Homecoming Queen.

Senior duchess Patricia Olivarez and her escort. Senior duchess Candy Perez with her parents.

Senior duchess Audra Harris was escorted by her parents.

Senior duchess Lakeisha Lee and escort Joshua Lee.

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Junior Homecoming duchess Mandy Dulaney

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Administration Superintendent Carolyn Sewell

High School Principal Mr. Terrence Sowers

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Jesse Bradford, student teacher Bennie Whitworth, Larry Poe and Kevin Swor pose at the FFA Banquet.

Mr. Quarles thinks things over before his next class.

Mr. Frank Lane

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Candice Stine Kevin Swor Donna Tate Shirley Terrell

Faculty members not pictured are Lisa Jones, Sally Foley, Darvin Horton, Gracie Buford, Judy Williamson , Johnnie Mae Dixon, counselor Mary Ingram, Carolyn Yates, Jeff Stifle, Teddie Bowen, Gerry Wilbanks and cafeteria manager Linda Mills.

Finis Vanover Nan Walker Burlon Wilkerson Lisa Williamson

Counselor Mary Ingram

Mr. Bradford put on his best dress to sing "Happy Birthday to Mr. Paul.

Finance Manager Gary Micinski

Mrs. Stewart helps keep things running in the front office.

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Ebony Hubbard, Amy Kiel and LaKeisha Lee wait during graduation practice.

(Below) Melissa Monrroy, Arturo Morado and Jennifer Moreno share a light moment before graduation practice begins.

(Left) Jon McGuire, Michael Mettlen and Chad Mitchell try to wake up at graduation rehearsal.

A group of friends pose for a photo before graduation.

Jennifer Moreno and Rhonda Nash prepare themselves for graduation.

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This big group of friends poses for a photo before graduation.

Michael Mettlen and Wayne Ward pose before graduation.

Melissa Hannah and Leon Coleman try to earn some winnings.

Felicia Trevino, Sabrina Galli and Allen Bacon.

Jennifer Ortiz and Lisa Capps play Bingo at Project Graduation.

Jeni Lightfoot and Marilyn Harper try their hand at cards.

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Top Ten The top I 0 graduates of 1998 are (front, from left) Erica Perez, Jennifer Webb, Misty Jones, Kristi Ward, (back) principal Mr. Terrence Sowers, Casie Parish, Kori Wallace, Melissa Hannah, Elizabeth Sloan and Travis Wallace. Not pictured is Andrea Reyes.

(Right) Misty Jones delivers her speech at graduation. Misty was the 1998 salutatorian.

Valedictorian Kristi Ward gives her speech at graduation.

(Right) Some of the DHS scholarship recipients are (front, from left) Tina Trout, Katherina Loftin, Brooke Crager, Candy Perez, Melanie Ward, Angie Flowers, LaToya Hines and Jeni Lightfoot. In back are Tim Russell , Misti Seymore, Scott Reeves, Allen Bacon, Lisa Capps and Brandi Bird.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO DIBOLL HIGH SCHOOL'S GRADUATING CLASS OF 1998

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Congratulations to Diboll's

1998 graduating class 101

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PEPSI NOTHING ELSE IS A PEPSI "Come Gruw With Us"

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Equal Housing Lender

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We get a .class ring

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1997 marks the eighth year the Temple-Inland Foundation

has presented SI ,ooo Scholastic Awards to the top two graduating seniors in school districts throughout our operating areas. This year, I ,020 awards are being presented, bringing the 8-year program total to $6.6 million. Our resources extend beyond the forest. That's why we invest in the future of youth who live in our communities.

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You've earned your diploma, and that's an accomplishment to be proud of. Your only limit is your imagination. In honor of your graduation, we salute all the members of the Class of '98.

Borden Packaging and Industrial Products Domestic and International Adhesives and Chemical Division of Borden, Inc.

100 West Bo.rden Drive : Diboll, TX 75941 Phone: 829-5566 Fax: 829-2405

We back the Diboll Lumberjacks and Ladyjacks ..... GO all the way BIG RED!!! 105

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We're proud of our seniors Tina Trout & Katherina Loftin

You both have been the joy of our lives and have grown from little girls to ladies very quickly. May all your dreams come true. Love, Your Family

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Diboll· High and LCC Two proud East Texas traditions

www.lcc.net

Your hometown telephone company™ Local service • Long distance • Cellular • Pagers • Internet

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Perla Sarmiento, Amy Luna, Monica Enriquez, Monica Tapia, Crystal Cortes, Anita Sarmiento and Melissa Monrroy discuss T AAS before their group photo is made.

Miguel Santana, Rogelio Salazar, Jose Ramos, Arturo Morado, Ruben Terrazas and Alex Alvarez joke around before their group photo is made.

Good friends (front, from left) Rogelio Salazar, Jose Ramos, Miguel Santana, Arturo Morado, Alex Alvarez, Ruben Terrazas, (back, from left) Amy Luna, Melissa Monrroy, Crystal Cortes, Monica Tapia, Monica Enriquez, Perla Sarmiento and Anita Sarmiento pose for a group picture.

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Congratulations Miguel! We are so very proud of you. Love, Mom, Amanda, Granddad and Ma

CONGRATULATIONS! We love you! Kevin, Staci, Jeremy and Kristopher

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Congratulations to our Senior Candy Ann Perez Love, Mom, Dad, Kari, Jely and Felix

CONGRATULATIONS! We are proud of you. Love Ya, Mom, Dad and Chase

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Jonathan (JT) Terrell Football placekicker and district champion and state qualifier in tennis.

The Dental Center of Lufkin congratulates the 1998 Congratulations and best wishes to Fabiola, 1998 Senior Love, Billy and Maria 110

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Jonathan Terrell (top right) stands with teammate and doubles partner Nico Stockman (top left) and fellow regional tennis qualifiers Jessica DeJesus, Maria Perez, Leslea Horton and Jessica Hall.

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1616 Tulane Dr. 639-LIVE THERE 15 50mETHING FOR EVERYON.E AT LIVE WELL •Swimming • Whirlpool • Pro Shop • Massage Therapy • Racqetball • Tennis •Weight Training •Gym • Taekwondo

•Jogging/Wa lking Trail • Aerobics • Dance • Fitness Tests • Wellness Courses • Basketball • Volleyball • Walleyball

Congratulations to our 1998 graduating senior, Fabiola. Love Mom, Dad, Maria, and Aida Zarzoza

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LaToya Hines Congratulations LaToya! May God richly bless and keep you. May you be successful in all you set out to do. We are proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad and Katrina

Alan and Andrew, We are so very proud of you. We love you, Dad, Mom, Jeremy and family

Congratulations Misti

Congratulations Jessica,

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Congratulations Nico! Regional · tennis qualifier

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Congratulations to the 1998 DHS seniors from Texas Timberjack

First Bank & Trust says Congratulations to the DHS graduates of 1998

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Memory's by Marilyn 829-2492 Hwy 59 across from Corrigan High School 112

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PROMPT & PROFESSIONAL

Congratulations to the DHS Class of 1998

24 HOUR SERVICE

DIBOLL GLASS 5oNNY NEYLAND

OWNER FAX; (409) 829-3624 HwY 59 NoR'n-4 OFFICE; (409) 829-3619 DIBOLL, TEXAS 75941

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105 Weber St. Sue Hannah, Owner Diboll, TX 75941 (409) 829-4191

Dar.le! L. Tomhave Ma nager

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Pro Shop 409/829-5086

1000 LUMBERJACK P.O. DRAWER D DIBOLL, TEXAS 75941

Luby s Cafeteria 3107 Sou th First Street Lufkin , Texas 75901-711 1

409/634-8900

Brookshire' s Your Full Service

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DENTAL CENTER ~LUFKIN

305 Hines Diboll, TX 75941 Bus. : (409) 829-5591

STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES HOMEOFFICES: BLOOMINGTON. IWNOIS

·uke a good neighbor, State Farm is there· 4'

State Farm supports the Jacks

VALERIE FAJEN, D.D.S., M.S. JOHN M. PATTERSON, D.D.S.

ROGER D. SELF, D.D.S. JEFF D. GRUBB, D.D.S.

Lazy 'Daisy ![lower & (jif ts Home & Business Plant Maintenance "For all your Screen Printing needs! "

Kevin Hurley Mark Kettering Owner/Operator

FIRE PROTECTION DESIGN & INSTALLATION

404 Birdsong

Joyce Burrous

Diboll, TX 75941

(409) 829-5115

(409) 829-4001

SERVICE & INSPECTION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES

906 N. Temple Diboll, Texas 75941

Bible Teaching Church

1st Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church

RICK HENDRY (409) 634-3810

1002 S. MEDFORD LUFKIN.TEXAS 75901

Mike Drewery, Administrator 409/829-5581

100 Pine St. Diboll, TX 75941

Church (409) 829-4158 Home (409) 829-2155

Smokie' sMotor Co. Hwy. 59 914 N. Temple Diboll, Texas 75941

409/829-5101 (Fax)

Clean Used Cars & Trucks L.C. (SMOKIE) STOVER Owner /Operator

SOUTH MEADOWS HEALTH & REHAB CENTER 900 South Temple Dr., Diboll, TX 75941

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Office ( 409) 829-2728 .

Home (409) 639-4594

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Congratulations to our senior!

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MANHATTAN DRESS OUTLET Today's Dresses at Yesterday's Prices

HEALTHCARE UNIFORMS Uniforms for less

Elizabeth Sloan

PLAYER WIRE WHEELS

Love, Mom and Dad

HIJACKER HYDRAULICS

PHAT KUSTOMS

J. Frank Lamb Phone: (409) 632-8940 Fax: (409) 632-8941

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123 South First Street Lufkin, Texas 75901

TAQUERIA Rio Bravo TotJO#ouse ML!.r/eon

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PHONE:( 409)639-5399 INSIDE LUFKIN MALL FAX: (409)639-5392

DHS Library congratulates the Class of 1998 KYSSED says .... Good luck Seniors '98

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Casa Ole says .... Congratulations to the 1998 graduates

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ITALIAN KITCHEN & PIZZERIA

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DIBOLL HIGH SCHOOL

EQUAL HOUSING

OPPORTUNITY

Housing Authority of the City of Diboll 702 South First Diboll, TX 75941

Ph (409) 829-5440 Fax (409) 829-2276

TERRENCE B. SOWERS PRINCIPAL

1000 E. Harris Diboll, Texas 75941

(409)829-5626 FAX (409)829-5708

Holcombe Fabric and Bridal (409) 632-7727 • (409) 632-7633 (FAX) 1·800-324-6677

Proms, pageants, tuxedos and weddings P.O . Box 1343 222 SHEPHERD • LUFKIN, TEXAS 75901

113 North first Lufkin, Texas75901

Herman H. Letney

Dick's Pharmacy

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300 N. Hines + Diboll, TX 75941 409/829-5167

"Quality you can see"

Family Value DRUG CENTER

Full Service Lab 1302 N. Raguet 634-2546

1 Hr. Lab 1005 E. Denman 634-2544

SK Food Mart LESLO SALES 2301 E. Denman Ave. Lufkin, Texas 75901 (409) 632-5581 FAX (409) 639-5248

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Shell ..... The world's bestselling gasoline .... moving at the speed of life.

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Panaderia 59

DErD BEULAH GROCERY Corner of Hwy 58 Er FM RD 1818 Open 7 days a week

Where you are treated like family!

surtimes a negocios de pan Mexicano, pasteles para bodas y quince anos.

Rt 2 Box 4298 Lufkin, Tx 75901 409 -82 9-3232

Telephone 829-4045 1089 North Temple Diboll

ENIEX A NOR.AM ENERGY COMPANY

Wil-May Enterprises, Inc. 271 2 S. M edford D r. Lufkin, TX 75901

414 S. First Lufkin, Texas 75901 (409) 634-6656

Servi n g y ou at 2 Lo ca ti o ns

1118 S . Timberland Dr. & Hwy. 59 South, Lufkin

DEMCO Manufacturin~, Inc.



We build custom machinery Phone 829-4 771 Fax 829-2861

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PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN DIBOLL, TX • FOREST CAPITAL OF THE SOUTH

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24 Hour

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Wrecker Service

Insurance Approved ~ ;..,

Srewco Certified Frame Equipment

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!f{owers Paint & '13ody John Rowers. Otooer Arter Hows: Mobile (409) 635-2521

Shop (409) 829·2252 f-ax ( 409) 829·2281

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Lufkin, Texas 75901 • Complete Curb Service • Dining Room • Drive,Thru Windcw ]erry & Lawana Ray , Oum.ers For Orders To,Go - 6J4,J262 • 634,3258 Since 1959

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Elite Cleaners congratulates the graduating Class of 1998 Elite Cleaners (409) 632-1644

Dry Cleaning Experience Through Pride of Craftmanship

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Rudd's Fonnal Wear

DIBOLL - 829-5700

Apache Sprinkler Co. 1002 S. Medford Dr. Lufkin 634-3810

Backs the Lumberjacks

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TheDHS Yearbook Staff congratulates the 1998 seniors

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Blankenship Remodeling

Jessica's Variedadas

congratulates the Class of 1998

congratulates the '98 seniors

Sonic Drive-In 512 N. Temple, Diboll, Texas

829-3162 Serving Diboll since 1978

Congratulations to the Class of 1998

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Congratulations and Good luck to the Class of 1998 This page courtesy of Lottie and Arthur Temple

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1998 Senior Erica Perez with her parents

Graduation speaker Esther Hunt waves goodbye.

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