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Greer, Bettye Diboll High School Scrapbooks, 1967-1984

A former Diboll schools secretary and wife of former Diboll teacher and principal Bill Greer, Bettye Greer kept scrapbooks containing news clipping and photographs that documented activities at Diboll High School throughout the late 1960s through the 1980's.


1967-1972 Scrapbook

1967-1972 Scrapbook

A former Diboll schools secretary and wife of former Diboll teacher and principal Bill Greer, Bettye Greer kept scrapbooks containing news clipping and photographs that documented activities at Diboll High School throughout the late 1960s through the 1980's.  In scrapbook 1, she documented many different events, including football and basketball team victories in 1969 and 1970 and a controversy over dress code rules in 1971.  

1972-1974 Scrapbook

1972-1974 Scrapbook

A former Diboll schools secretary and wife of former Diboll teacher and principal Bill Greer, Bettye Greer kept scrapbooks containing news clipping and photographs that documented activities at Diboll High School throughout the late 1960s through the 1980's.  In scrapbook 2, she documented many different events, including football victories in 1972, significant snowfall and the death of Lyndon B. Johnson in 1973, and superintendant and principal changes in 1974.  

1974-1976 Scrapbook

1974-1976 Scrapbook

A former Diboll schools secretary and wife of former Diboll teacher and principal Bill Greer, Bettye Greer kept scrapbooks containing news clipping and photographs that documented activities at Diboll High School throughout the late 1960s through the 1980's.  In scrapbook 3, she documented many different events, including Bill Greer's as new high school principal, Dboll Day, and the first female agricultural students in Angelina County in 1974, and school bond bids for a new building, Mack Mitchell being drafted in the NFL, incidents of racial tension, and a fight after a Diboll vs. Corrigan-Camden basketball game in 1975.

1976-1978 Scrapbook

1976-1978 Scrapbook

A former Diboll schools secretary and wife of former Diboll teacher and principal Bill Greer, Bettye Greer kept scrapbooks containing news clipping and photographs that documented activities at Diboll High School throughout the late 1960s through the 1980's.  In scrapbook 4, she documented many different events, including football and basketball seasons, new band director John Ingram in 1977, and the resignation of Joe Wyatt and hiring of Fred Bland in 1978. 

1978-1981 Scrapbook

1978-1981 Scrapbook

A former Diboll schools secretary and wife of former Diboll teacher and principal Bill Greer, Bettye Greer kept scrapbooks containing news clipping and photographs that documented activities at Diboll High School throughout the late 1960s through the 1980's.  In scrapbook 5, she documented many different events, including volleyball successes, a bomb threat, the hiring of Bobby Baker as head football coach, and the best football season since 1973.

1980-1981 Scrapbook

1980-1981 Scrapbook

A former Diboll schools secretary and wife of former Diboll teacher and principal Bill Greer, Bettye Greer kept scrapbooks containing news clipping and photographs that documented activities at Diboll High School throughout the late 1960s through the 1980's.  In scrapbook 6, she documented many different events, including debate over a $5.3 million school bond and its failure to pass and a scandal involving a coach and a cheerleader.  

1982-1984 Scrapbook

1982-1984 Scrapbook

A former Diboll schools secretary and wife of former Diboll teacher and principal Bill Greer, Bettye Greer kept scrapbooks containing news clipping and photographs that documented activities at Diboll High School throughout the late 1960s through the 1980's.  In scrapbook 7, she documented many different events, including football successes and Karen Ingram's earning 1st chair piccolo in the All-State Band.