Airline High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Bossier City, LA)
- Class of 1970
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Airline High School
Bossiei' City, Louisiana
Editor .............. DIANE BARKSDALE
Associate Editor . . ...... JEANIE ALLEN
Business Manager .... BARBARA FERRELL
Sponsor ...... MRS. KENNETH CALDWELL
THE WORLD OF A VIKING
The world of a Viking encompassed so
much. It was also the part of our life in
which we shaped and formed our patterns
which we will use in our adult lives.
Our Viking world consisted of academics
for a good part. In this area, we shared the
agonies as well as the rewards of our hard
work. We served our communities, fellow
students, and Airline through our partici-
pation in our clubs and organizations. As
we attended our school functions and social
events, we created a wealth of memories
which will not be soon forgotten.
We have gone through our Viking world
with so many mixed emotions. Throughout
all the different phases we all still remained
Vikings in every sense of the word.
As this Viking year closed, some of us
left our Viking world to enter the adult
world. As we left, we knew that we were
prepared, for we had shared our Viking
world and it had made us ready for our
The 1970 VALHALLA Staff
Study halls were literally "in the halls" this year.
David Hudson showed his pride in Airline by throw-
ing trash into a can,
Jim Williams demonstrated his skill
Airline, a major scene in the world of Vikings was seldom seen
vacated like this.
Pat Wyatt tried to get some spirit from the "Charlie Brown" skit group
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Vikings realized the importance of a
good education. This was a possible rea-
son the Vikings excelled in academics.
The students were truly at an advantage
because of the varied selection of courses
offered at Airline. Our Honor English
program was offered in our sophomore
class for the first time this year. The
eleventh and twelfth grade Honor En-
glish courses were continued, as well
as the Honor American History course.
In our academics world, we learned
a bit more about life, especially how
to compete with our fellow students
and come out the best.
Ricky Armstrong checked the bulletin board in
his English class.
nts used their time wisely by studying
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cise by cleaning up.
Mrs. Rogers explained verb tenses to Sammy Stroope.
The football team sat in their special place during pep rallies. Mike Linton cheered the
The sophomore track team did an excellent job this year.
A big crowd was always on
hand in the new stadium to
cheer the Vikings on.
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Lynn Brubaker and Barbara Ferrell prepared final copy sheets for
Skilled b a n d members
Alan Morgan purchased a program
from Sharon Dunlop.
helped boost spirit with
EXTRA C URRI C ULARS
The ability to accept additional responsibil-
ities Was really characteristic of the Vikings
this year. In addition to our academic load, We
participated avidly in extracurriculars. Vikings
had many, varied clubs from which to choose.
They ranged from service clubs to honor so-
There Were possibly times that our hard
work was to no avail, but as We look back We
can see our rewards. Our main achievement
was that our efforts upheld the Viking-World
tradition of being Number One.
Mike Seale looked over the pro-
gram of the FCA summer camp
Maureen G r a h a m
served as NHS presi-
Key Clubber, Arthur
Bernstein, u s h e r e d
alumni, Lynn Chaf-
fin, to his seat.
Cheerleaders boosted spirit at a spirit
Spirit Was the key to our success this
year in our Viking World, Airline. Our
spirit was a basic loyalty that could be
traced back to each phase of our school life.
It gave us the determination to keep Airline
Number One as we strove to uphold the
Viking spirit was abundant and Airline
seemed to come alive with the enthusiastic
faculty and student body. We desired to
learn in our classes and Worked hard in our
clubs and organizations to prove that Air-
line could be nothing but the best.
LEFT: Sidelined football players cheered the Vikes on to victory
The Viking ship was a symbol of our pride
The band proved their spirit as
they presented a skit at a pep
Mr. Horneman presented senior class president, Gary Smith, his
Through his studying, David Nogzilia achieved the
honor of National Merit Semi-Finalist.
This Viking was a symbol of
achievement from the seniors
Awards were presented to Bob
Jackson for his outstanding
A CHIE VEMEN T
The one characteristic of a school that is most noticed
by the community in which it is located is the number of
outstanding students We claimed. Airline had many such
students. There were two main reasons for this: the first
was that there were so many different fields for a student
to excel in at Airline, and the second was that Vikings
excelled in everything that they undertook.
In our Viking world, we ventured into each new challenge
with stronger determination and more steadfast courage
than before. For each reached goal, a higher one was set.
Achievement was the key note for seniors on their graduation night.
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PARTI CIPA TIUN
In our Viking world this year,
there seemed to be opportunities on
every hand for participation. Service
and improvement to our school and
community were the main goals of
the participating individuals. At Air-
line these goals were almost tra-
ditional because for each preceding
year there were new services per-
formed and new improvements made.
Our great, Viking participation
was what helped keep Airline Num-
ber One material.
LEFT: Richard Wallesverd helped coun-
selors by keeping the files in order.
Seniors registered surprise as they learned
that they had been selected for the senior
Mr. Horneman varied his daily routine by walking
the halls and relaxing with a cup of coffee.
Mr. Robert D. Horneman has
remained Airlines principal dur-
the paslft six years. Expansion
and progress have found him col-
laborating with the school's new
computer program and his re-
sponsibilities have been furthered
as he also presided as Dean of
Airline Junior College.
Of Airlines past six years of
tradition and spirit, Mr. Horne-
man has been extremely proud of
such a changing and growing in-
Mr. Horneman stood with Diane Barks-
dale, homecoming queen, and his
daughterg told freshmen of their duties
at Airline, and read a yearbook in his
Mr. Haynes' duties, though varied, were
necessary to have a better school in dis-
cipline and order.
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Counselors Assisted Students
in Subject Choices
The counselors, Charles Anderson and Polly Stroud, helped students
during the year to schedule subjects, solve problems, and plan future
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Teachers Found Pleasure in Their Work
MRS. MURLENE G. ADKINS Typewriting
I, Shorthand I, College Typ-ewriting . . . Sponsors
Valhalla Ad Staff
MISS PATRICIA ANN ANDERSON Li-
brary Science Sponsors Library Club
MRS. BETTYE BARNES Health, Physical
Education Sponsors Senior Y-Teens
MR. KEN BASS . .. Distributive Education . . .
MISS SUSAN BEAUCHAMP Civics, Phys-
ical Science Sponsors Freshman Y-Teens
MRS. MARGARET BLACKADAR . . . English I
MR. BILL BOWEN . . . General Science
MR. JOHSHA E. BRYANT . .. Civics
MRS. LULU M. BUCKLEW Spanish I, III,
College Sponsors Sociedad Honoraria His-
Teachers took a break in the lounge fabovejg Mrs.
High, Mr. Nichols, and Mrs. Cox discussed the day's
activities fabove rightjg and Miss Irby and Miss Mc-
Callister looded over an assignment Crightj.
MRS. LAVALLE BUSH Algebra I, Geome-
try, Senior Arithmetic . . . Sponsors Future
Teachers of America
MRS. VICKY CALDWELL Typwriting I,
Shorthand I, Clerical Practice . . . Sponsors Year-
MRS. MARGIE CARLETON . .. Typewriting I,
MR. TOMMY CARLETON World History,
MRS. OVELIA A. CARLISLE . .. Library Sci-
ence . . . Sponsors Beta Club, Library Club
MRS. VIRGINIA S. CARNAHAN Civics,
World History . . . Sponsors Student Council
MRS. JANIE A. COLEMAN . . . Physical Educa-
tion, Dance Sponsors Pep Squad '
MISS L. VIRGINIA CONNELL Physical
MRS. BESSIE D. COX Algebra I
MR. JERRY COX . . . Civics, American History
MRS. MATTIE LOU COX . . . Algebra II, Busi-
MRS. SUSAN GILLAN English I, II
Sponsors Sophomore Y-Teens
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Mrs. Samuel's work piled up over the
year Qabovejg Mrs. Stephens' student
teacher, Mr. Stegal, was a hit with the
Teachers - Always Learning
MR. KENNETH F. GRAVES . . . Biology
MR. JACK GRAY . . . Physical Education
MR. REDEN CLAY HARPER HI Health,
MR. ALBERT CAYNELL HAWKINS . . . Phys-
MR. RON HENDRICKS . . . Health, Physical
MRS. MILDRED ANN HENRY . . . Typewriting
I, English I . . . Sponsors French Club
Mr Williams helped a student to learn music during the
year fabovej Coaches Maples and Harper looked over
roll during gym class Qabove rightj Mr Walden took
up tickets at Airlines new football stadium this year
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MRS. NELWYN HIGH . . . Literature II, French
II . . . Sponsors French Club
MR. WILLIAM H. HINKIE . . . General Science
. .. Sponsors Student Medical Assistance
MR. J. C. HOWELL Drivers Education
MR. WILLIAM M. HUMPHRIES Biology
Sponsors Junior Medical League
MRS. FRANCES JONES Home Economics
. . . Sponsors Junior Class
MR. L. PARNELL JONES . .. Chemistry
MISS W. D. JONES . . . English III
MRL ELIOT S. KNOWLES, JR. . . . Honors
American History, Political Science, Economics
. . . Sponsors Audio-Visual Aids, National Honor
MR. J. R. MALMAY General Shop, Wood-
Working Sponsors Industrial Arts
MR. BILLY D. MAPLES . . . American Govern-
ment, American History
MISS KATHY MCCALLISTER English IV
Sponsors Student Council, Senior Class
MR. WILLIAM L. NICHOLS, JR. . . . American
History, Geography Sponsors Key Club
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the time as shown at left but Mrs.
Carnahan seemed to fabovej.
Early morning symptoms
were illustrated by' Mr.
fabovejg Mr. Knowles got
football games during the
of late night activities
Cox and Mr. Carleton
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MISS LINDA SUE NOLLEY Geometry,
MRS. MARY NORVELL Health, Physical
Education Sponsors Pep Squad
MRS. LOIS NUGENT . .. Home Economics . ..
Sponsors Future Homemakers of America
MR. RICHARD PARNELL English II
Sponsors Photo Club
MRS. JEAN PHILYAW . .. Spanish . .. Spon-
sors Sociedad Honoraria de Espana
MR. M. D. RAY, JR. . . . Physical Education
MRS. GLEN DA ROGERS . . . English I, IV
MRS. VIRGINIA SHAROL ROMINE Eng-
lish II, III
IEVIR. LOUIS N. RUTTLE . . . Algebra II,,Geome-
Teachers boosted spirit during one of Airline's great
pep rallies!! Qleftjg Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. Barnes, and
Mr. Graves were among the faculty who chaperoned
the senior prom fbelowj.
Junior Sponsors Planned Ring Ding
MRS. EMELYN H. SAMUEL Algebra I
Trigonometry, Advanced Math Sponsors Mu
MR. PAUL H. SEPULVADO Electronics
College . . . Sponsors Industrial Arts Club
MRS. IANTHA SMITH .. Bookkeeping Data
Processing, Typewriting . Sponsors Askalada
MR. W. LAMAR SMITH . Band
MRS. RAMONA STEPHENS English III
. . . Sponsors Junior Class
MISS BETTY STUART . . Typewriting II Data
Processing Sponsors FBLA Beta Club
MRS. JERRY THURMAN Ar Sponsors
National Honor Society
MR. DAVID WALDEN . Civics World His
MRS. ELAINE WALDEN English I
Mrs. Carlisle and Miss Stuart
enjoyed refreshments during
the prom fabovejg Mrs. Ste-
phens, Miss Hartsfield and
Mrs. Jones took a break after
the Junior Class Ring Ding
MR. JON R. WALDEN Gen-
eral Math, Algebra I, Physical
Education Sponsors Fellow-
ship of Christian Athletes
MR. C. A. WALKER Archi-
tectural and Mechanical Drafting
MRS. GLORIA A. WANDREY
. . . French . . . Sponsors French
MR. J ODIE WILLIAMS . . . Vocal
Music, Music Appreciation
Sponsors Choir Club
MRS. CLAUDINE BOND
MRS. THELMA PUGH Li-
MRS. HELEN LOUISE STAN-
LEY . . . Secretary
Mr. Graves ate many meals in our cafeteria fbelow
leftjg Mr. Smith tooted his horn fbelow rightly the
cafeteria ladies fixed many nutritious lunches this year
Challenges to All
The English courses at Airline prove to help
students with their every day life. Each English
teacher puts forth his best effort to teach his
students the importance that it brings.
English courses are stressed very much and
though only three years are required many stu-
dents take the fourth year as it will help pre-
pare them for college years.
Mr. Parnell listened attentively as Sue Lovelady gave
her book report frightj.
Miss Jones daily displayed her "good-morning" smile.
Mrs. Gillian often talked to her students about the im-
portance of English ftop rightl.
Students in Mrs. Stevens English class awaited their
instructions for a test fmiddle rightj.
Mrs. Rodgers' class listened closely as she reviewed
the lesson for the day Cbottom rightl.
Mrs. Blackadore locks her door at the end of a very
busy day fbottom leftj.
Students in Mrs. Wa1den's English class were always
learning to do the correct things.
athematics- Vital for the Future
Problems, p roblem s every-
where. That is the main reason
Airline has math classes. These
courses enable a student to solve
these problems and prepare him
for more to come.
With the aid of good teachers,
each student is given a chance to
learn the importance of solving
problems that occur in everyday
Mr. Ruttle looks over very cautiously the papers of
David Vaughn and Berry Shipp.
Mrs. B. Cox assisted- Gail Sturdivart with her Algebra
problem Ctop leftj.
Come on Steve. is that the only place you could find
to study . . . in the corner fbottom leftl.
Mrs. Samuel observed the trig problem done by Pat
Pat, Barbara, and Ken discuss their advance math
problems fbottom leftj.
Miss Nolley explains math to her students using the
overhead projector Ctop righth. A
Students are given time to get most of their math
homework done in class Cbottom rightl.
Mrs. M. Cox explained to Jill Freeman the correct
Way to work her math problems.
Subject for Tomorrow
Because We live in such an industrial World,
our science courses set out to help the students
understand what makes the World tick. The stu-
dents are taught, lectured and do experiments
that acquire the knowledge they gain through-
out their science classes.
Each teacher of science tries to give his stu-
dents the opportunity to learn for himself what
nature has given man. Because of the Wonder-
ful equipment Airline has, this provides each
student with a chance to find things out for
Fishing again, Mr. Humphries ?
Mr. Jones looked through the Chemistry workbook
for problems on his tests fleftb.
Mr. Sepulvado and Paul Anderson constantly worked
experiments with electronics Ctopj.
A Look at the Past
The past is always made interesting with Air-
line's great history teachers. Looking back en-
ables us to look forward with more knowledge.
The history that is taught to students at Airline
gives them the understanding of America, as
Well as other countries and their backgrounds.
The history department is made to keep the
students interested in the past and from the
past, we should look forward to the future and
be able to solve most problems in this Vast world
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Students paid strict attention as Mr. Bryant pointed
out an important spot on the map.
Mr. Carlton glanced up as he heard a smart remark
from one of his students fleftj
Coach Maples was always discussing government
affairs to his students in American Government
Student teacher, Miss Pedula, often had her stu-
dents take notes from the board fmiddle rightj.
The business offered at Airline is one of the
best found anywhere. These courses teach stu-
dents the business life and how to live and sur-
vive in it. With the equipment that has been
set aside for their use, the students will leave
Airline and be able to work in most business
offices with the understanding and knowledge
on how to run things properly.
We are proud of the business courses offered
at Airline and the teachers who work so hard to
place knowledge into the minds of students.
Typing, under Mrs. Adkins, developed skills that
were once unknowing to students ftop leftj.
Colleen Farley and Liz Hounsell worked hard to
get their data processing cards in order fbottom
Debbie Humphries talks to Mr. Jennings in a cler-
ical practice interview fmiddle rightj.
Booking students worked hard on their practice
sets fbottom rightj.
Mrs. Caldwell waited as she gave Cindy Silas and
Barbara Ferrell a time-writing test in shorthand.
Ma-rie Barnes was one of the many students in Mrs.
Ph1lyaw's Spanish class to Write sentences on the board
Mrs. Wandry frequently discussed to her class the
French dialogues in their books fmiddle rightj.
Mrs. Bucklew tuned in to one of her students during a
lab class Cbottom rightj.
Students in lab were able to relax and listen to French
With Uther Worlds
Only French and Spanish language courses
are offered at Airline. Any student may choose
to study one. With the lab, books, and special
records that are rnade especially for language
study, students are able to learn the language in
a Very short while.
After a few years of language, any student
should be able to speak the language very Well,
and be able to listen and understand what is
being said in their particular language. Airline
has very qualified teachers who put forth their
best to teach each student the correct Way to
speak the foreign language that they have ma-
jored in and are teaching students.
Music - Enlightened
The life of music plays a very big and im-
portant part at Airline. Students that partici-
pate in the band or choir are able to develop
skills and talents more abruptly. Throughout
the year, concerts are given for the enjoyment
and relaxation of the students and faculty.
Many hard hours are put into the music de-
partment and every one is worth it when per-
formances are given to the school, or social
functions. Airline is very proud of her music de-
partments and a big appreciation to all those
who Work to make it successful is given.
Band students awaited eagerly to Mr. Smith's next
command ftop rightj.
Mr. Williams directed the choir in one of their
many songs Qtop leftj.
Mr. Smith and Mr. Williams constantly chatted on
their off periods.
Physical Fitness Stressed at Airline
Keeping everyone healthy at Airline is a
very important task indeed. The many pro-
grams of physical fitness that the P.E. de-
partments have, enable the students to stay
fit and enjoy themselves While they are doing
Sportsmanship and team participation Were
stressed and carried out throughout the year.
With the friendly attitudes that were pres-
ent by each student, the physical fitness
program at Airline was made a very suc-
Students in Mrs. Coleman's modern dance class discuss
new techniques to put into their dance.
No one can tell these girls that square dancing isn't
fun ftop leftl.
Lt. Bolton talked to health classes about the dangers
of drugs fbottom leftj.
The basketball team constantly worked out during 6th
period gym ftop rightj.
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There are so many electives to choose from
at Airline that it is hard to believe classes are
The purpose of these electives is to give each
student his choice of courses to take that will
develop his skills for the future years of his
life. With the equipment that has been placed to
help the students, their studies in these courses
are made easier and more practical.
Students' Work on electronic machines is never done,
for there is so much to learn ftop leftj.
The boys in shop often built undescribable things imid-
Extra curricular activities in art classes was watering
the plants fbottom leftl.
Mrs. Jones and a few girls from Home Ec. gave fin-
ishing touches to their Christmas decorations fbottom
Debates were a common sight to see in Speech classes
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Mrs, Nugent demonstrated new sewing techniques to her
Study hall provided students with an opportunity to gossip
Mr. Deblieux demonstrated to his "bright" students how
to work the "idiot" boxes fmiddle leftj.
Ben Gurganis seemed to have a problem with his mechanical
drawing sketches ftop rightJ.
Pat Outlaw pointed out that his opponents were at fault
in their Speech debate Crightj.
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Larry Petty and Linda Murry discuss landmarks on
the globe in World History Qtop leftj.
Students in history classes were always eager to learn
There was always a need for studying in any history
class fbottom rightb.
Reading literature was a favorite pastime by many
dents s h o w e d
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Spirit Formed a Bond Among Students
Cheerleaders called a cheer at a game fabovej. Band
did a good job on their half-time show Qabove rightj.
Marilyn Coffey showed anxiety during a game frightj.
Band member Dave Allen took a "break" during a game
flower rightj. Pep Squad Colonel Cindy Smith kept
her Viking spirit even in the rain.
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i Student participation was great among the
Vikings this year. School functions were
DU' erent Expressions Found at A.H.S
Many students discovered that schooling
at Airline was not all work and enjoyed
themselves throughout the year.
Throughout Airline, students were found mixing pleas
ure with their work, making the days easier.
Students and teachers alike gave up
leisure time to serve Airline.
Students Served Diligently
During and after school, Airline students showed devotion to
their school through the services they chose to render.
Exciting, hilarious, and successful
were the words which would concisely
have described this year's senior play,
"Bachelor Bait." The determination and
know-how of each person to portray his
part was remarkable. There are times
when a success is a must, and the two
months preparation for the presentation
of "Bachelor Bait" was such a time. The
hours were long and the work was hard,
but the pride, enthusiasm, and spirit of
Vikings '70 ruled.
RIGHT: Susan McHenry had David Vaughn
BELOW: Donna Harris gave an excellent per-
formance as "Shelia."
Senior Pla , Bachelor
Members of the cast were: SEATED: Karen Wheeler, Sharon Emert, Susan McHenry,
Cindy Silas, Donna Harris. STANDING: Pam Ragsdale, Pat Outlaw, David Vaughn
Kevin Luter, and Mike Bolint.
Bait, Was Big Hit
Throughout various times during
the play, the cast members showed
that they were enjoying every
moment of the presentation.
Contestants waited patiently for finalists to be an-
nounced ftopj. Barbara Taylor, Queen 1969, crowned
Queen Donna Harris 1970 Qrightj. Things were ex-
citing back stage of the Beauty Pageant Qmiddlej.
Maureen was excited as she became a finalist imid-
dlej. Contestants waited anxiously for their number
to be called faboveb.
69 Contestants Entered Beaut Pageant
Winners and their escorts paused for pictures ftopj.
Contestants enjoyed their dinner at Panchos fabovej.
Lynn Brubaker squealed in amazement as her name
is called for the top thirteen Cupper rihtj. Enter-
tainment was provided by Sharon Adams, Walter
Mitchell frightj and Debra Barksdale ffar rightl. l
Judges examined the girls as they paused on the
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Vic Lanzillotti, Vice-President.
SENIOR CLA SS
Seniors '70, Assisted Class 0 '69,
Juniors '69 become Seniors '70 upon the reception of their rings.
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Pat Wyatt and Gary Smith passed out programs for 1969
at the Prom were Gay Barker, Beverly Cubley and
Class of '70' proved to be enthusiastic Vikings.
Seniors '70 9 Promoted Spirit
To show support of Viking team, seniors rose early
to attend Spirit Breakfast.
Jerry Gray is assisted by Ken Graves in decorating for
Vaughn, Donna Harris, Gary Smith, Diane Barksdale, David Hudson, Pat Wyatt, Mike Seale headed
Senwrs Led Chrlstzan Spirit
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Diana J iles
Seniors Led in Participation
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Pleasure Varied Among Students
Mike Linton, Ray Phillips and Bob Ross clowned
Football games didn't always prove to be as
interesting as the people fupper rightj.
Sharon Dunlop, Karen Wheeler prepared posters
for the West Monroe game.
Mary Pat Robinson
Glenn Dehaberman and Laura Yates conversed during Liz Pepin and Francis Preble proved that lockers
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Senior Pep Squad and band members led Pep rallies.
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Senior Jimmy Gills got desperate when selling
,IU IOR CLASS
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The Junior class officers were Cathy Hill, Presidentg Jeanie Allen, Vice-Presidentg Donna Harkey, Secretary
and Cindy Jarrett, Treasurer.
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Marnie Hoover and Sharon Foster used their lunch
time wisely frightj
Eight junior girls served at the Ring Ding
Juniors Had Various Activities
The concentration of Mike Steele and Janet DeHart was
required in chemistry.
Karen Allen smiled as she posed for her school picture
Junior Bob Jackson worked diligently as pho-
tographer of the yearbook staff.
Juniors Sponsored Powder Puff Game
Coaches Ken Chaffin and Gary Smith taught the junior girls the basic skills of a football player for the
Powder Puff game.
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juniors Struggled With PSAT Tests
Barry Shipp consulted Mr. Jones with a problem in
Tickets to the Powder Puff game were sold by junior
secretary, Donna Harkey.
Juniors prepared for their future by taking aptitude tests.
Juniors Paulette Santoro and Kathy Morrow contributed
much to the newspaper fleftj.
Pat Piazza's organ playing added to Our
Karen Otto enjoyed a snack while on her
daily trip home.
Juniors proved their spirit by attending weekly
Donnie Shackelford raised the score as he made
a jump shot fleftj.
SOPHOM ORE CLASS
The Sophomore class officers were: Ellen Tippett, Presidentg Janet Caudle, Vice-Presidentg Lana Friesen,
Secretaryg and Laura Mitchell, Treasurer.
Anita Barn es
Janet Caudle posed as scenery in a pep rally
skit fupperj. Harvey Harrison waddled away
his restlessness flowerj.
Pre-game activities kept
Sophomores Dana Seal and
Sherry Stoll amused.
Spirit Played a Big Role With ophs
Katie Drew .
School activities kept sophomore Laura Mitchell
on the move constantly.
Sophs Found Time or Work and Pla
Mrs. Blackadar assisted new students on registration day Qleftj.
Soph P.E. students exhibited their skill in performing a folk
Regina Morgan used library facilities to aid
her in study fleftj. Soph Debbie Jones found
time to chat with junior John Wilhelm.
Sophs Planned to
Sophomore officers and senators often had meetings
Alana Poole Bobbie Barnard Debbie Calahan
Donna Henry used the lunch break for a study
Sophomores Debbie Bond and Steve Opperman en-
joyed square dancing in P.E.
Soph Tina Downs enjoyed a meal prepared in
Home Ec fupperl. Patty Moore rented a stadium
cushion from Mrs. Scott.
Kay Donna Payne
New Doors Upened for ophs
Sophs Strived to Meet the Test
Sophomore Home Ec. students prepared the kitchen
for their daily assignment. Cupperj. Studying was
a struggle for Kenny Prince by 6th period Clowerj.
FRE HMAN CLASS
The Freshman class officers were: Norma Bale, Presidentg John Papageorge, Vice-Presidentg Johnny Gibbs
Secretaryg Ginx Wren, Treasurer.
Art, Band -
Dale Sale molded a vase in Art I.
Jim Burnham blew hard while playing the Sousa-
phone in 6th period band.
Splut Stuck New Goal or Frosh
Freshmen strived for the Spirit Stick by boosting the spirit during the Captain Shreve pep rally.
Stud Habits Changed for Man Frosh
Ricky McClanahan gave Mr. Hinkie his undivided
attention during General Science.
Freshmen realized that studying is a must,
Jim Williams, Mark Nordin, Bennett Swanson, and
Lonclell Benner studied electricity in Shop I fbottomj
Librar Urientation New or Frosh
Madeline Durst expressed her feelings about
being a freshman Ctopj.
Miss Anderson taught the Freshman Library
Freshmen discussed the day's events while eating Debra Bissonnette, Richard Langley, and Greg May used
their study hall wisely.
Frosh Showed True
Mary Ann Whorton
Janis Berkett strolled along to her
next class fupper rightj.
This is one of the many doors dec-
orated for the Airline-Bossier football
game flower leftj.
Miss A.H.S., Diane Barksdale, has proven
herself to be Worthy of this title. She has
been involved in student government here at
Airline every year of her four years, topping
it off by being the Senior Class Secretary
this past year, Diane was a Freshman and
Sophomore Homecoming Maid and this year
reigned as the 1969 Homecoming Queen.
She has been the editor of the yearbook for
two consecutive years. Diane has been in the
top thirteen in Airline's beauty pageant all
four years and is also a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society. She was a Pelican State
delegate in 1969. She was an Outstanding
Teenager of America nominee and was also
one of the city's "Pat-Em-On-the-Back"
Diane has proved herself worthy of the
title of "Miss A.H.S.," through her ability,
determination, and undying loyalty to Airline
Chosen as Mr. A.H.S. for 1970 was Gary
Smith. Heading the list of Gary's responsi-
bilities was Senior Class President. He rep-
resented the Senior class on the Student
Council as a senator. Gary was also Secre-
tary-Treasurer of the Key Club and held
membership in FCA and the yearbook staff.
Among his other honors were Vice-President
of National Honor Society, and a Quill and
Scroll member. Gary's excellence in football
won him much athletic fame. Some of his
football awards included membership on all
of these honorary teams: All-City, All-Dis-
trict, All-State, and Prep All-American. His
football career was climaxed by signing with
Gary's worthiness of this title of Mr.
A.H.S. Was seen in his outstanding leader-
ship abilities and Viking pride.
Most Likely to Succeed
Pat Wyatt David Vaughn
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Bell Science Award Leadership Award
David Hudson Mike Daniel
Uptimist Club Award
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Homecoming 1969 was a really
special one-it was the first
Homecoming to be held in Air-
line's new stadium. There were
many fans in attendance for the
presentation of the court and the
The theme for this year's
Homecoming was "We Gotta All
Get Together." A dance was held
by the Student Council after the
gameg the entertainment was by
The Rogue Show. The students
of Airline helped to make Home-
coming 1969 the great success it
Escort David Vaughn and her father
James Barksdale watched as Mr. Horne-
man crowned Diane Barksdale.
The Homecoming Court watched the game from their special sideline platform.
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Boys 9 State Delegates
While at Boys' State, Ken Graves was his parish's nominee for Lt.
Delegates who attended Boys' State at Louisiana State University
this summer were Jim Livingston, Jerry Gray, Kevin Luter, and Ken
Graves fseatedlg alternates were Mike Ingram, David Vaughn, Ron-
nie Pencek, Vic Lanzillotti, Gary Hall, and Gary Rana fstandingj.
Girls ' State Delegates
While at Girls' State, Pat Wyatt was her party's nominee for Lt.
Governor and was selected Outstanding Senator fleftl.
Delegates who attended Girls' State at Louisiana State University
this summer were Diane Barksdale, Lynn Brubaker, and Pat Wyatt
fseatedjg alternates were Maureen Graham, Becky Bale, Marilyn
Coffey, and Martha McKenzie fstandingj.
uill and Scroll
Members included Lynn Brubaker, Cindy Silas, Sandra Mizell, Jeanie Allen, and Paulette Santoro ffront rowjg
Sharon Dunlop, Pam Ragsdale, Diane Barksdale, and Kathy Morrow fsecond rowlg Bob Jackson, Brenda Ed-
wards, Cindy Smith, Diane Wilson, and Mike Cavanaugh fback rowb.
In the four years
she has attended Air-
line, Diane has proved
herself to be one of
Airline's most out-
standing students. She
has actively partici-
pated in many extra-
but she still found
time to make excellent
grades. Her job as
Yearbook Editor took
up most of her time,
but she also held
membership in Na-
tional Honor Society,
Forensic Club, and
Quill and Scroll. Diane
was a Pelican State
Delegate, an Out-
standing Teenager of
America nominee, In-
teract Club sponsor,
Senior Class secretary,
and received the Opti-
mist Club "Pat-Em-
Some of the biggest
highlights of Diane's
year were being
elected "Miss AHS"
Queen, being selected
as second runner-up
in the 1970 beauty
pageant, and receiving
the American Legion
Two Selected for
1970 Who 'S Who
Mike Daniel, Stu-
dent Council Presi-
dent, was one of Air--
1ine's most active stu-
dents. Throughout his
high school career,
Mike has been an ac-
tive part of our stu-
dent government. He
was president of his
sophomore class and
was on the Executive
Committee his junior
year. Mike has shown
in the governing of
our school, and the
teachers have selected
him for the Leader-
ship Award this year.
Football kept h im
busy the first part of
the year, but he still
found time to carry
out his duties as a
member of Fellowship
of Christian Athletes,
Key Club, and Foren-
sic Club. Because of
his excellent grades
and other qualifica-
tions, his teachers se-
lected him as a mem-
ber of National Honor
Society, one of the
greatest honors that a
student at Airline can
ational Honor Society Inducted 44
Mary Pat Robinson spoke on one
qualification of the honor society
faboveb. Officers were Gary Smith,
vice-presidentg Marilyn Coffey, sec-
retaryg Maureen Graham, presidentg
and Vic Lanzilotti, treasurer frightj.
The students formed a receiving line
for congratulations from friends and
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3 fleftj. The new members received a yellow rose,
the traditional flower of the society Qbelowj.
The old members were Penny Ambrose, Debbie McCardle, Lili Walker, Maureen Graham, Mary Pat Robinson,
and Becky Bale ffront rowj. Diane Cook, Carolyn Harville, Gaye Barker, Diane Barksdale, Yvonne McElwee,
Marilyn Coffee, and Kay Kimbrough fsecond rowj. Ken Graves, Mike Ingram, Mike Seal, Terry Wright, David
Vaughn, Gary Smith, and David Hudson fback rowj.
Members Were Congratulated by Guests
Handshakes and congratulations were given to the newly inducted members.
Barbara Ferrell lighted the eternal flame of knowledge Qabovej.
Richard Aldrich paused before receiving his candle fleftj.
Formal Induction Held February 9
New members realized the honor bestowed upon them
fabove leftj. Judy Tatum showed excitement as she
walked down the aisle fabove rightl. Debbie Guess re-
ceived a candle from Becky Wright for the candle light-
ing ceremony fleftl. Refreshments were served after
the ceremony fbelowj.
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During this year as president of the gov-
erning body of Airline High School, the Stu-
dent Council, I learned much about the
school. I found that Airline's true strength
lay in its people.
The faculty seemed eager to cooperate
with every Student Council endeavor. The
class senators and representatives were al-
Ways Willing to give up their free time to
make the projects of our school work. The
students pitched in and made what was good,
No words can express my gratitude for
the devotion and many hours of hard Work
which the officers and our sponsors, Miss
McCallister and Mrs. Carnahan gave.
I want to thank everyone who gave me a
chance to do my small part in keeping Air-
line Number One.
Student Council President, Mike Daniel, welcomed
students on the first day of school.
Student Council Senators were Nan Lewis, Diane Cantu, Cherie Davis, Debbie Bond, Debbie Henry, Cahty Hill,
Ellen Tipett, Susan McHenry, and Becky Wright ffront rowj. Charlotte Santoro, Linda Swearengin, Sarah
Smith, Judy Wright, Norma Bale, Linda Serio, Ken Graves, Terry Brubaker, and Philip Caramia fmiddle rowj.
Mary Hoff, Jerry Brubaker, Cindy Smith, Patti Ferriter, Janet Scheen, Pat Piazza, Walter Johnson, Gary Smith,
David Vaughn, and David Hudson fback rowj.
Executive Council members included Mike
Daniel, Presidentg Janet Scheen, Treasurerg
David Vaughn, Chaplaing Donna Grosjean,
Vice Presidentg and Diane Wilson, Secre-
tary fstandingj. Sandra Mizell, Parliamen-
tarian fseated leftj. Homeroom representa-
tives attended a meeting in the auditorium
fmiddle leftl. Student Council members
counted votes for school elections during
the year fbottom left and rightj. Miss Mc-
Callister, Council sponsor, checked the
school calendar in preparation for the
Homecoming Dance fbelowj.
Diane Wilson puts up a poster publicizing Student Council's
"Flower Hour" frightj. Airline's delegates to the NWLSC
convention loaded the car in preparation for the trip, dele-
gates were Donna Grosjean, Mike Daniel, Diane Wilson, and
Debbie Mizell, Susan Brandt, Beverly Furr, Linda Gilley, Jeanie Allen, and Paulette Santoro Cfront rowj. Brooke
Christy, Sharon Dunlop, Lynn Brubaker, Sherry Stoll, Debbie Thomas, Diane Barksdale, Colleen Farley, Angie
Thomas, Terri Amazeen, Terry Moore, and Pat Weisel fmiddle rowl. Jim Williams, Steve Haynes, Mike Mc-
Conathy, Bob Jackson, Tommy Welch, Ginx Wren, Kelvin Dunlop, Jerry Gray, John Papageorge, Dale McGee,
and Neil Campbell fback rowj.
JEANIE ALLEN DIANE BARKSDALE BARBARA FERRELL
Associate Editor Editor-in-Chief Business Manager
Bob Jackson, Gary Smith, David Hudson, and Vic Lanzillotti fseatedb. Sharon Dunlop, Sarah Smith, Jeanie
Allen, Diane Wilson, Pam Ragsdale, Brenda Edwards, Lynn Brubaker, Vickie Grosjean, Cindy Silas, Mrs.
Caldwell, sponsor, Diane Barksdale, and Barbara Ferrell fstandingj.
One of the most versatile organizations at
Airline this year was the yearbook staff.
Some of their activities included collecting
picture money, distributing school pictures,
collecting locker fees, and sponsoring the
annual beauty pageant. While doing all of
this, they worked on the yearbook. The rnern-
bers on the staff consisted of students who
had a "C" average, staff approval, and a
willingness to Work and interest in yearbook
procedures. The Valhalla sponsor was Mrs.
Brenda Edwards sorted flowers which were used in
the beauty pageant ibottom lefty
Diane Wilson checked the calendar for a deadline
Mrs. Caldwell, sponsor, instructed Diane Barksdale, Sarah Smith, and Jeanie Allen in picture-
cropping techniques fabovej. Sharon Dunlop, Lynn Brubaker, and Bob Jackson planned page
layouts for their sections ftop rightl. Cindy Silas, Vickie Grosjean, and Pam Ragsdale worked
jointly on the senior class section ftop, opposite pagej. Working together on the sports section
were Vic Lanzillotti, David Hudson, and Gary Smith Qleft, opposite pageb.
Askalada Sta if
An extremely active organization at Air-
line this year was the newspaper. This group
printed a paper a month, which presented
all the school news and happenings in an
interesting way. At the beginning of school,
they sold Freshman keys. Students on the
Askalada staff had to have a "B" average
Qin English, an overall "C" average, and
sponsor approval. The Askalada staff, spon-
sored by Mrs. Iantha Smith, had approxi-
mately twenty members.
ASKALADA's Editor-in-chief was Cindy Smith Ltop
rightb. The Assistant editor was Donna Kendrick
Bob Jackson, photographer, Karen Allen, Robin Swanson, Donna Kendrick, Debbie Sather, Carolyn Judkins,
Peggy Oliver, and James Hennen Qfront rowj. Charlotte Santoro, Donna Henry, Diane Black, Dedra Seale,
Kathy Morrow, Debbie Henry, Nan Lewis, and Paulette Santoro fsecond rowj. ' , Melanie Welch,
Pat Weisel, Jimmy Shows, Mike Cavanaugh, Cindy Smith, Mary Hoff, and Sandra Mizell Qback rowj.
Reporters Mary Hoff and Diane Black checked the files
for story information fleftb. Mike Cavanaugh, Sandra Mizell,
and Jimmy Shows got story ideas from another paper fbot-
tom leftl. Business manager, James Hennen, figured ad re-
ceipts for a forthcoming issue fbottom rightj. Staff mem-
bers looked at an ASKALADA as they waited for buyers
An active service organization this year
was the Key Club. The m-embers ushered at
football games, raised the flag, provided
the tree for White Christmas, and operated
the basketball concessions. There were 42
members in the club. Having a 2.5 grade av-
erage and club approval were the main re-
quirements for membership. Mr. Nichols was
Key Club faculty advisor.
Qfficers pictured were Richard Aldrich, Vice Pres-
ldentg Gary Smith, Secretary-Treasurer, Mike Dan-
Dale Rains, Edward Sather, Bobby Birtman, Terry Cunningham, Mary Syptak, Glenn Smith, Arthur Bernstein,
Dennis Gaines William Granger, Robert Dumas, Edward Jackson, Richard Aldrich ffront rowj. Mike Ingram
Mike Daniel, Mike Seale, Rick Friesen, Keith Gilbert, Mike Outlaw, Gary Hall, Mike Cavanaugh, Walter John:
son, Rick Gentry, Kelvin Dunlop fmiddle rowj. Mr. Nichols, sponsor, Joe Williams, Bill Branan, Kevin Luter
David Vaughn, Gary Smith, Keith Christy, Jim Knight, Pat Outlaw, Steve Scott, Tom Comfort, Floyd Parton
and Mike Reed fback rowj.
Key Club President, Vic Lanzillotti,
looked over suggested projects for the
year fabovej. Rick Friesen helped new
member, Dale Rains, with his vest
frightj. Club faculty advisor was Mr.
Nichols Cabove leftb. Key Club spon-
sors were Pat Wyatt, Susan McHenry,
and Maureen Graham fabove rightj.
Officers were Malcolm Alexander, Reporter,
Ken Graves, Presidentg Paul Laster, Parlia-
mentariang and Carl Combs, Secretary.
Greg Vinz and fellow Interact Club members
listened attentively during a meeting.
Ed Watson, Ken Graves, Whitley Graves, Tony Longoria, Spencer Hayes, Malcolm Alexander, Mark Fletcher,
Phil Fahey, and Alan Bohl ffront rowj. Mr. Graves, sponsor, Paul Laster, Carl Combs, Terry Kellner, Alan
Morgan, Terry Wright, Randy Watkins, David Wright, Marty Bengoa, Jim Stanley, and Greg Vinz fback rowj.
A group whose interest in
school improvement Was evident
this year was The Interact Club.
Members of the club Worked the
flower beds in front of the school,
helped with the March of Dimes
Campaign, and proposed clean-up
posters for the school. Require-
ments for membership were a
2.75 average for selection, main-
taining a 2.5 average, and recom-
mendation by the faculty. Mr.
Graves was the faculty advisor
for the Interact Club.
rch of Dimes Drive fabovej Records had
cked by Mr Graves before members could
ed fabove leftl. Interact Club Sponsors
ear were Diane Barksdale, Donna Grosjean,
lgorla and. Alan Morgan signed up to help
lyn Coffey fleftj.
Doing some pep rally skits, advertising
for the senior play and musical, and
putting on plays after school were a few
of the activities which kept the twenty-
four-member Forensic Club busy this
year. Requirements for membership in-
cluded having an interest in speech and
idramatics, having completed or being
enrolled in a speech course, and club ap-
proval. Miss Hartsfield was club sponsor.
Jim Kline, Sergeant-at-Armsg Sharon Emert,
President, Pat Outlaw, Treasurer fstandingj.
Liz Hounsell, Secretary, Pam Ragsdale, Vice
Pam Roberts, Vickie Grosjean, Cherie Davis, Donna Harris, Liz Hounsell, Tara Clancy, Debbie Jones, and
Karen Kennington ffront rowj. Susan McHenry, Diane Barksdale, Colleen Farley, Marsha Fountain, Pam Rags-
dale, Jim Kline, Arthur Carter, Sharon Emert, Mike Daniel, and Keith Gilbert fmiddle rowj. Allan Bohl, Jack
Zator, Roy Darnell, Terry Moore, Pat Weisel, Jan Hayes, Karen Wheeler, Cynthia Scheen, Pat Outlaw, David
Vaughn, and Kenny Smith fback rowl.
Distributive Education Club
Airline had quite a large group of stu-
dents Working in various stores in the
Shreveport-Bossier area. These students
held membership in the Distributive Ed-
ucation Clubg the twenty-nine members
left school at 12:00 every day to go to
their respective jobs. Airline's DECA
took part in the Creative Marketing proj-
ect for the Community contest. Mr. Bass
was the club's faculty advisor.
Officers included Debbie Smith, Reporter, Lili
Walker, Vice President ffront rowj. Clarke Put-
man, Historiang Sharon Stokley, Treasurer,
Patsy Kendrick, Secretary, and Gaye Barker,
President fback rowj.
Glenda Elliott, Sylvia Stumpf, Lili Walker, Peggy Basham, Tracy Taylor, and Gaye Barker Cfront rovvl. Marnie
Hoover, Patsy Kendrick, Sharon Foster, Steve Herkert, John Sarrett, Brenda Brooks, Chris Bice, Debbie Cassell,
Peggy Malone, and Jimmy Rodgers fmiddle rowj. Joe Ferlito, Debbie Smith, Linda Clark, .Sharon .Stokley
Clarke Putman, Mike Hartman, Ray Phillips, Rickey Fetner, M. L. Jackson, Mike Broyles, Jim Herring, Mr
Bass, sponsor Cback rowj.
Posting honor rolls, selling candy,
and participating in a Hobo Day
were three activities which kept the
Beta Club members busy this year.
The seventy members were required
to maintain a 3.2 grade average. Out-
standing members included Kathy
Morrow, Maureen Graham, Sharon
Dunlop, Carla Lehnertz, and Pat
Wyatt. Club sponsors were Mrs. Car-
lisle and Miss Stuart.
Officers were Teresa Elenburg, Historiang
Richard Aldrich, Treasurer, Cindy Smith,
Reporter fseatedj. Sharon Dunlop, Record-
ing Secretary, Pat Wyatt, President, Kathy ,
Morrow, Vice President, and Carla Lehn-
ertz, Corresponding Secretary Cstandingl.
Old' members included Betty Shatto, Becky Bourgeois, Dannell Johnson, and Debbie Turner ffront rowj. Nancy
Winham, Barbara Ferrell, Jeanie Allen, Sharon Dunlop, Linda Marckres, Gloria Jernigen, Robin Gay, Carolyn
Simmons, Donna Joyner, Kathy Morrow, Cindy Jarett, Cathy Hill, Cathy Messier, and Carla Lehnertz fsecond
rowj. Patty Bush, Teresa Elenburg, Gary Runa, Yvonne McElwee, Paula Flanders, Gail Elliott, Colleen Farley,
Maureen Graham, Pat Wyatt, -Sandra Mizell, Bill Granger, Edward Sather, Janice Landrum, and Dianne Cook
fthird rowl. Carl Combs, David Nogzilia, Mike Walsh, Pat Piazza, Janet Scheen, Terry Kellner, Richard Aldrich,
Gary Mills, Jerry Gray, Cindy Smith, Linda Bowman, Donna Grosjean, Donna Lattier, and Brooke Christy Qback
Beta Club sponsors were'Miss Stuart and Mrs. Carlisle
fleftj. Two members who took part in the Beta Club
tutoring program were Jerry Gray and Roberta Hart-
New members were Arthur Bernstein, Marsha Manning, Linda Serio, Debbie Sather,
Roberta Hartman, and Mark Syptak ffront rowj. Carol Egnor, Vanessa Matthews, Holly
Davidson, Rhonda Johnson, Tina Downs, Lana Friesen, Janet Candle, Laura Mitchell,
and Dale Rains Cback rowh.
Mu Alpha Theta
The forty-two members of Mu Alpha Theta
were students who had completed four se-
mesters of college preparatory math and
were enrolled in their fifth semester, a "B"
average in these and all other courses was
another requirement. Club sponsor was Mrs.
Samuel. Two of the highlights of this year
for Airline's Mu Alpha Theta were the at-
tendance by representatives at the Mu Alpha
Theta convention at Northwood early in the
year, Airline's chapter sponsored the 1970
annual Math Exam in March.
Becky Bale, Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Wyatt, Vice
Presidentg Mike Ingram, President, Mrs. Samuel,
Sponsor, Penny Ambrose, Reporter were the officers.
Carla Lehnertz, Penny Ambrose, Cathy Hill, Carolyn Simmons, Donna Joyner, Becky Bale, Brooke Christy,
Ken Graves, Edward Sather, William Granger. and Linda Marckres ffront rowj. Cathy Messier, Debbie Guess,
Maureen Graham, Dianne Cook, Carolyn Harville, Pat Wyatt, Gloria Jernigen, Maria Barnes, Theresa Elenburg,
Gary Runa, and Mike Ingram fmiddle rowj. Rick Friesen, Gary Davis, Patty Bush, Mary Hoff, Pat Piazza,
David Hudson, Bruce Allen, David Vaughn, David Noziglia, Mike Walsh, and Barry Shipp fback rowj.
Airline's Yearbook Ad Staff was the
organization which Was responsible for
selling all the ads for this year's book.
The fifteen students on the staff Were
students who desired to sell ads and to
have an active part in the yearbook's
publication. They had summer report
meetings and finished their campaign
with an outing to Bo1inger's Camp in
July. Members who sold the most ads
were Brenda Edwards and Vickie Berger.
Yearbook business manager, Barbara Ferrell,
discussed ad receipts with ad staff sponsor,
Diane Teekell, Peggy Maddux, Donna Harris, and Vickie Carter ffront rowj. Barbara Ferrell, Paula Nixon, Mrs.
Adkins, sponsor, Brenda Edwards, and Karen Otto fsecond rowj. Jeanie Allen, Karen Allen, Vickie Berger,
Diane Wilson, and Patti Ferriter fthird rowj. Walter Johnson, Jimmy Strange, and Diane Barksdale fback
The membership of the combined Y-
Teen groups numbered 154 this year. P
Some of the projects undertaken by this
club were making Thanksgiving favors
for shut-ins, selling Christmas candles
and place mats, and assisting in a style
show. Girls in this organization were
ones who were interested in bettering
themselves and their communities. An
outstanding member this year was Caro-
lyn Harville, she was the State Program
Chairman. Another outstanding member
was sophomore Kathy Holstead who
served as the Caddo-Bossier Council
Chaplain. Sponsors for the organizations
were Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Gillan, and Miss
Club officers for the Junior-Senior Y-Teens
were Pat Piazza, Inter-Club Council, Dianne
Cook, Treasurerg Patti Ferriter, Inter-Club
Council Cseatedj. Janet Scheen, Secretaryg
Carolyn Harville, Presidentg Diane Wilson, Vice
Mrs. Barnes, sponsor, Beverly Cubley, Karen Previtt, Linda Callahan, Roberta Fredenburg, Penny Ambrose,
Diane Teekell, Vivien McKenna, Sandra Mizell, Paula Nixon, Debbie McCardle, and Dana Wheeler ifront rowj.
Mary Kilgore, Joyce Cozine, Dianne Cook, Carolyn Harville, Colleen Jordan, Connie Scorsone, Judy Hawn,
Nancy Winham, Debbie Guess, Laura Hogan, Linda Bowm T M '
an, erry oore, and Judy Covington fback rowj.
Debbie Karnes, Arlene Spencer, Judy Tatum, Gail Sturdivant, Karen Otto, Cathy Hill, Linda Kelly, Cissi Mc-
Gill, Paulette Santoro, Neicy Darnell, and Gail Scroggins ffront rowl. Mrs. Barnes, sponsor, Jeanie Allen, Jan
Grant, Brooke Christy, Judy Beveridge, Donna Lattier, Mary Grotzinger, Patti Ferriter, Diane Wilson, Janet
Scheen, and Pat Piazza fback rowl.
Norvella Spencer. Donna Henry, Nan Lewis, Debbie Bond, Diane Black, Barbara Viviano, Debra Hearne, Bobbie
Barnard, April Magill, Beverly Furr, Brenda Wade, Renee Frame, Debbie Spataro, Regina Morgan, and Becky
Morgan Cfront rowj. Sandra Barksdale, Debbie Jones, Leslie Langdon, Beverly Cockerham, Cindy Ward, Cheryl
Barrett, Debbie Raines, Linda Fleming, Ellen Norton, Cheri Seligman, Carol Gay, Sarah Smith, Angie Thomas,
Erin Diaz, and Mrs. Gillan, sponsor fsecond rowj. Debbie Scorsone, Mindy Fair, Debbie Thomas, Georgia Wheel-
er, Linda Dunlap, Vicki Badgley, Virginia Fowler, Ruby O'Neill, Linda Swearengin, Laura Mitchell, Alana Poole,
Susie Webb, Janet Caudle, Liz Kline, Rhonda Johnson, Jamie Miller, and Janine Pierrelee fthird rowl. Terri
Amazeen, Michelle McKenzie, Pug Almond, Cindy Cochran, Merle Hanna, Vanessa Mathews, Kathy McBride,
Sherry Vaughn, Clarissa Berroteran, Debbie Paine, Colleen Larkin, Kathy Holstead, Dianna Gurganus, Margie
Cosier, Dusty Williams, and Patty Moore Qback rowl.
Glenda Emmons, Marhsa England, Debbie Henry, Merri Freeman, Vicki Bissett, Carliss Lafitte, Kris Poor,
Denise Colvin, Jan Tarver, Kay Johnson, and Leeanne' Prentice Cfront rowl. Sharon Voightlander, Kathy Book-
ter, Kathy Falker, Louise Tauzin, Sheri Moseley, Sandra Shar-kleford, Dedra Seale, Gail Lockwood, Suzanne Gil-
bert, Charlotte Santoro, Karen Rich, and Julia Wachtel fmiddle rowl. Jill Freeman, Sharon Quinn, Karen Lykes,
Tain Wade, Margie Baker, Sandra Lodestro, Judy Wright, Peggy Oliver, Debbie Albriht, Beckie Sholar, Cheryl
Harville, and Renee Pope fback rowl
A candy sale, a visit to a senior
citizens home, and a Christmas din-
ner party at a Bossier restaurant
were three of the various activities
held by the Future Business Leaders
of America organization at Airline
this year. The main requirement for
membership in the club was that a
student be enrolled in at least one
business course. The thirteen mem-
ber club was sponsored by Miss
Club officers were Ivey Elliott, Reporter,
Brenda Edwards, Presidentg Cathy Harris,
Treasurerg Paula Hixon, Secretaryg Dennis
Gaines, Vice President.
Glenda Bailey, Ivey Elliott, Jamie Poor,
and Sharon Emert ffront rowj. Larrie
Sewell, Paula Nixon, Cathy Harris, and
Brenda Edwards fmiddle rowj. Debbie
Humphries, Miss Stuart, sponsor, and Den-
nis Gaines fback rowj were the club mem-
bers. Brenda Edwards helped in the candy
sale by selling some candy to Mrs. High
An interest in home economics was the
main requirement for membership in
Future Homemakers of America. The
thirty-member organization sponsored a
Mother-Daughter banquet, bake sales,
gave Christmas favors and a program
for senior citizen's home, representatives
were sent from Airline's chapter to the
district convention at Louisiana Tech.
An outstanding member of FHA was
Marilyn Coffeyg she served as district
FHA officers were Marilyn Coffey, Robin
Swanson, Robin Gay, Pam Jackson Cseatedj.
Sharon Dunlop, Beverly Black, Claudia Bartram,
and Debbie Franklin fstandingj.
Lucy Serio, Pam Stevens, Gail Luckett, Virginia Vergo, Linda Ross, Beckie Thomas, Janet Huckstep, Janice
Huckstep, and Cecelia Tullier ffront rowl. Judy Williams, Cindy Silas, Mary Mase, Brenda Bamberg, Debbie
Strange, Cathy McCallister, Peggy Duncan, and Wanda Greer fmiddle rowb. Mrs. Nugent, sponsor, Linda
Dworczyk, Connie Brigham, Debra Hines, Karen Wren, Sharon Ogle, Celeste Gates, Sandra Alcorn, Diane
Jiles, Ramona LaPlante, Ramona Hearne, Kriste Morris, Janet Clayton Cback rowj.
Another large club at Airline this
year was the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, sponsored by Coach Walden.
There were some seventy members. Out-
standing members were Mike Seale, Dar-
rel Douglas, Joe Williams, and Dennis
Scottog these boys attended the summer
FCA conference. The members had to
be varsity athletes who want to serve
Christ through sports and strive to set
Christian examples in their lives. A
highlight of their year was a City-Wide
Meeting at which Terry Bradshaw spoke.
Mike Seale, President, Phil Fahey, Vice Presi-
dent, Ricky Gentry, Secretary-Treasurer, and
Mark Flethcer, Bulletin Chairman were the
officers this year.
Mike McConathy, Jim Williams, Bob Ross, Arthur Carter, Gary Taylor, Steve Haynes, and Terry Slack ffront
rowl. Coach Walden, sponsor, John Papageorge, Darrel Douglas, Mike Outlaw, Bob Marden, Don Catalano, Jim
Kline, Mike Seale, Mike Daniel, Kelvin Dunlop, Phil Fahey, Chuck Watson, and Mel Morgan Qsecond rowj.
Carl Cochran, Barry Shipp, Malcolm Alexander, Ken Harris, Eric Johnson, Mark Fletcher, Sammy Stroope,
Darrell Guillory, Jack Zator, Dana Chrisley, Mike Johnson, Mark Warner, and Ritchie Coulson Cthird rowj. Rick
Gentry, Steve Sylvester, Mike Navage, Keith Christy, Dennis Scotto, Bobby Tidwell, Joe Williams, Kenny
Smith, Gary Smith, Steve Scott, Neil Campbell, Donnie Shackleford, Jim Stanley, David Hudson, and Steve
Bradley iback rowj.
The Junior Medical League, spon-
sored by Mr. Humphries, had a mem-
bership of twenty-one students. Some
of the club's special activities were
a bake sale, a cake and candy sale,
car wash, taking Christmas baskets
to children in Willis-Knighton Hos-
pital, and delivering valentines to
shut-ins. Outstanding members in-
cluded Glenda Henry, Diane Coleman,
Vickie Eagle, Jo Rodgers, and Pam
Officers were Diane Coleman, Vice Presi-
dent, Glenda Henry, President Qfront rowj.
Virginia Drew, Treasurer, Ellen Tipett,
N Secretary fsecond rowj. Jo Rodgers, Re-
! porter, Pam Sheley, Historian, and Katie
Drew, Parliamentarian fback rowl.
Susan Gardner, Rexanne Craig, Donna Kerry, Diane Coleman, and Sammie Ragsdale ffront rowl. Mary Weiss,
Dana Seal, Katie Drew, Ellen Tipett, Virginia Drew, Kate Bailey, Connie Walker, and Carol Watson fmiddle
rowj. Vickie Eagle, Laura McKnight, Pat Larkin, Glenda Henry, Jo Rodgers, Pam Sheley, Linda Marckres, and
Jeanet Kubas fback rowj.
Visual Aids Club
This year's Visual Aids Club consisted of
twenty members, these were students Who
were approved by the faculty and had an
active interest in audio-visual aids. Their
year was highlighted by a trip to the Media
Center. The club, sponsored by Mr. Knowles,
assisted teachers in the Visual Aids Room
at various times during the year.
Officers were: President, Leslie Heins, Vice Presi-
dent, Billy Adkins, Secretary-Treasurer Ron Calkins. ,, s,
John Cannon and Mark Taylor helped Members included: Mark Morgan, Randy Carter, Ron Calkins,
in the Visual Aids Room by threading Mr. Knowles, sponsor ffront rowj. David Noziglia, Robert
aprojector. Forbes, Dale McGee. Louis Stamm, Leslie Heins, Pat Larkin
fmiddle rowj. Mike Rosalie, Gary Taylor, Stan Ford, Troy Hale,
Joe Lagman, Billy Adkins fback rowj.
A newly-formed club 1:nis year was the
Industrial Arts Club. The club was com-
prised of twenty-six boys who were doing
satisfactory work in an industrial arts
course and had desires to improve them-
selves. For a new club, it was extremely
active. Some of its activities were the
formation of a parliamentary procedure
team within the club, sponsoring a vic-
tory dance at the Bossier YMCA, and
planning a campus clean-up campaign.
Mr. Sepulvado was the sponsor.
Kevin Koeppen, President, Sammy Stroope,
Vice Presidentg Barney Dowden, Secretary,
Steve Lindsey, Treasurer, John Williams, Ser-
geant-at-Armsg and Jim Knight, Reporter, were
the club's officers.
Robert Flowers, David Monismith, Billy Stengel, Tom Smith, Barney Dowden, George Markham, John Car-
lisle, Jimmy Grotzinger, and Gary Runa ffront rowj. Steve Lindsey, Robert Walls, Robert Franklin, Lee Under-
wood, Roger Price, Mark Fletcher, Sammy Stroope, John Williams, Bruce Bourgeois, and Mike Jones Cmiddle
rowj. Henry Wheeler, David Conner, Richard Burt, Tom Speed, Richard Wallesverd, David Falkner, Mark War-
ner, Jack Martin, Jim Knight, and Kevin Koeppen fback rowj.
The Photo Club held classes for per-
sons interested in photographic tech-
niques this year. Membership was open
to anyone Who had a "C" average and
had an interest in photography. Of the
twenty-five members, Ronald Durst,
Carol Egnor, Barbara Forbes, Pat Mc-
Coy, and Bob Jackson were outstanding.
Mr. Parnell was the faculty advisor for
Officers were Ronald Durst, Presidentg John
Wilhelm, Vice Presidentg Robert Johnson, Sec-
retary, Mark Kimsey, Treasurerg Bob Jackson
and Robert Sanders, Instructors Cfront to backj.
Tommy Zimmer, Kathy Wilhelm, Denise Kehey ffront rowj. Barbara Forbes, Carol Egnor, Susan Loughner,
Sharon Farrow fsecond rowj. Kitty Sawyar, Scott Carter, Ricky McClanahan, Mallorie Mathis Qthird rowl.
Michael Mathis, David Allen, Bob Jackson ffourth rowj. Ronald Durst, Pat McCoy, Robert Johnson, Mark Kim-
sey ffifth rowj. Robert Sanders, and Jim Strange fback rowj.
An organization that the teachers
found especially helpful this year was the
Future Teachers Association. Each mem-
ber Was assigned to help a teacher grade
papers, put up bulletin boards, and helped
bu tutoring students. The club, sponsored
by Mrs. Bessie Cox, was for any stu-
dent Who maintained a "C" average, who
was interested in exploring teaching as
a career, and who had good character,
personality, scholarship, and leadership.
There were twenty-five club members
Officers were Carolyn Judkins, President, Deb-
bie Sather, Vice President, Beth Watts, Secre-
tary, Sally Kendall, Treasurer, and Beth Dees,
Reporter ffront to backj.
Members were Zoronia Phillips, Mary Rohner, Terry Turner, Sally Kendall, Cherrie Brown ffront rowj. Gail
Galyon, Bev Harbaugh, Kathy Walsh, Beth Dees, Melody Walker, Peggy Smith, Robyn Judkins lmlddle rowj.
Carolyn Judkins, Debbie Sather, Beth Watts, Kim Harbaugh, Marianne Jackson, Patty Bush, and Teresa Elen-
burg fback rowj.
Bake sales, a car wash, and
talks by people who had been to
France were some of the high-
lights for this year's French
Club. Of the twenty-eight mem-
bers, outstanding ones were
Cindy Jarrett, Carla Lehnertz,
and Carolyn Simmons. Members
of the club had to be interested
in French, officers Were required
to have taken a French course.
Club sponsors were Mrs. High
and Mrs. Wandrey.
President, Carolyn Simmons, Vice
President, Cindy Jarrett ffront rowj.
Secretary, Melanie Welch, Treasurer,
Grace Gilley fmiddle rowl. Parliamen- ,
tarian, Carla Lahnertzg Reporter, Kathy ,
Morrow Cback rowj were the C1ub's j
Carla Lehnertz, Cindy Jarrett, Janet DeHart, Kathy Morrow, and George Frederick ffront rowj. James Miller,
Donna Kendrick, Brooke Christy, David Cook, Carolyn Simmons, Grace Gilley, and Cathy Messier fmiddle rowj.
Mrs. Wandrey, sponsor, Cindy Brown, Linda Olson, Connie Evans, Dale Lane, Melanie Welch, Debbie West,
Gloria Jernigen, and Mrs. High, sponsor fback rowj.
The two main requirements
for membership in the Library
Club were passing grades and
a willingness to work, there
were some thirty members in
this year's club. Attendance at
a state convention, a caroling
party, and working in the li-
brary were three of their main
activities. Club sponsors were
Miss Anderson and Mrs. Car-
Club officers included Roberta
Hartman, Vice President, Larry
Sewell, Parliamentariang Cathrine
Comb, Secretary, Marilyn Williams,
President, Karen Gregston, Treas-
urerg and Linda Catalano, Reporter.
Club members were Miss Anderson, sponsor, Tommy Zimmer, Debbie Turner, Pat Roberts, Linda Catalano,
Cathy Comb, Terry Cunningham, Mary Dillon, Mary Laird ffront rowj. Mrs. Carlisle, sponsor, Joyce Guillory,
Janet Huckstep, Janice Ratcliff, Roberta Hartman, Maureen Graham, Karen Allen, Donna Kendrick, Emma
Enlow, Robert Dumas fsecond rowj. Marilyn Williams, Vickie Sweeney, Liz Pepin, Mike Shores, Mary Preble,
Jackie Young, Walter Johnson, Ricky Mudd, Larry Sewell fthird rowj.
Under the direction of Mr. Jodi Wil-
liams, the choir contributed to Air1ine's
many extracurricular activities by pre-
senting various forms of musical enter-
tainment this past year. Among the spe-
cial activities undertaken by the choir
were a musical Christmas program, a
Spring concert, the District Music Fes-
tival, and a musical play.
Choir officers for 1969-'70 included Jimmy
Shows, President, Sandra Mizell, Vice-Presi-
dent fseatedj. Barbara Jackson, Secretary-
Treasurerg Dana Chrisley, Social Chairman, Pat
Weisel, Reporterg Billy Adkins, Social Chair-
Concert Choir members included Karen Kennington, Donna Harris, Carol Egnor, Myra Owens, Barbara Jack-
son, Connie Evans, Denise Jones, Sharon Emert, Sandra Mizell, Colleen Jordan, Renee Frame ffront rowl.
Debbie Paine, Marilyn Coffey, Peggy Basham, Debbie White, Randi Olson, Patti Ferriter, Cindy Smith, Cindy
Scheen, Pat Weisel, Yvone McElwee, Janet Candle, Debbie Humphries fsecond rowj. Robert Johnson, Alfred
Cloud, Mike Outlaw, Bob Raley, Jimmy Shows, Billy Adkins, Dana Chrisley, Mark Fletcher, Jack Zator, Steve
Herkert fback rowj.
Mr. Williams directed the choir during the annual
Christmas concert fleftl. Outstanding choir mem-
bers who sang solos were Patti Ferriter and Jack
Mixed Choir members included Robert Johnson, Alfred Cloud, Lester Simmons, Roger Price, Barney Dowden,
Phil Marsiglia, Eddie Faith, Candy Patton, Judy Williams, Linda Hobson, Diane Cook, Linda Murray, Denise
Jones, Paula Williford, Sharon Emert, Karen Previtt, Cissi Magill, Vickie Grosjean, Linda Callahan, Donna
Harris, Lucille Serio, Barbara Jackson, Myra Owens, Loretta Davis, Carliss Lafitte, Julia Wachtel, Becky Car-
ter ffront rowl. Jimmy Shows, Mike Outlaw, Billy Adkins, Steve Herkert, Mark Fletcher, Jack Zator, Terri
Ferriter, Debra Humphries, Renee Frame, Colleen Farley, Sandra Mizell, Yvonne McElwee, Brenda Brooks,
Connie Evans, Judy Hawn, Ramona Hearn, Karen Kennington, Liz Hounsell, Darlene Hayes, Marilyn Coffey,
Claudia Bartram, Rhonda Hightower, Laura Hines, Carol Egnor, Debbie Callahan, Jeanette Weiss fsecond rowj.
Mike Broyles, Robert Keller, Jimmy Rodgers, Ken Chaffin, Dana Chrisley, Paul Laster, Charles Marsiglia,
Tommy Keith, Cheryl Hodges, Jan Hayes, Janet Caudle, Diane Teekell, Sandy Alcorn, Pat Weisel, Randi Olson,
D. Franklin, Cindy Dowden, Patti Ferriter, Debbie White, Ann Forbes, Mary Weiss, Debbie Cassell, Carolyn
Cubley, Ivy Elliott, Debbie Paine, Melinda Serwich, Brenda Lindsey, Ellie LaForest fthird rowj. Robert Sanders,
Bob Raley, John Guyton, Ricky Armstrong, Lee Snead, Barry McKinney, Sharon Ogle, Debbie Freeman, Diane
Jiles, Cynthia Scheen, Cindy Smith, Judy Covington, Colleen Jordan, Janet Clayton, Beverly Black, Ramona
LaPlante, Kay Kimbrough, Janice White, Peggy Basham, Diane Parks, Peggy Davis, Lynda Haley, Anita
Mitchell, Joan McClelland, Robin Swanson, Sylvia Stumpt, Charlotte Grant, Cynthia Lewis, Annie Payne
Bob Raley played the double bass for the choir frightl.
Choir members studied their new music for an up-
coming concert fbelowj.
Senior members included Jimmy Shows, Barney Dowden, Roger Price, Jack Zator, Colleen Farley, Debbie
Humphries, Sandra Mizell, Paula Williford, Sharon Emert, Karen Previtt, Vickie Grosjean, Linda Callahan,
Donna Harris, Barbara Jackson, Myra Owens ffront rowj. Billy Adkins, Paul Laster, Mark Fletcher, Dana
Chrisley, Judy Williams, Diane Teekell, Yvonne McElwee, Brenda Brooks, Colleen Jordan, Judy Hawn, Liz
Hounsell, Claudia Bartram, Rhonda Hightower, Laura Hines Qsecond rowj. Bob Raley, Mike Broyles, Ken
Chaffin, Diane Cook, Sandy Alcorn, Diane Jiles, Cindy Smith, Judy Covington, Marilyn Coffey, Robin Swan-
son, Karen Kennington, Debbie Cassell, Carolyn Cubley, Ann Forbes, Dana Wheeler fthird rowj. Robert San-
ders, Lee Snead, Jimmy Rodgers, Robert Keller, Sharon Ogle, Debbie Freeman, Pat Weisel, Cindy Scheen, Kay
Kimbrough, Peggy Basham, Diane Parks, Annie Payne, Darlene Hayes, Sylvia Stumpt, Mary Kilgore, Debbie
McCardle fback rowj.
With a talented voice, Renee Frame sang a solo during the Christmas
concert frightj. The accompanists were Debbie Paine fseatedj.
Debbie White, Renee Frame, Bobby Raley, and Julia Wechtel Qstand-
The Ensemble included Marilyn Coffey, Patti Ferriter fseatedj. Karen Kenningto
Dana Chrisley, Renee Frame, Janet Caudle, Mike Outlaw fstandingj.
Valkyries d e m 0 n -
strated spirit in their
Members of the Valkyries were Sandra Mizell, Cindy Smith, Lynn Brubaker, and Jerry Brubaker ffront rowj.
Kathy Morrow, Janet Caudle, Donna Henry, Patti Ferriter, Diane Wilson, Terri Amazeen, Linda Marckres, Liz
Pepin, and Frances Preble fsecond rowj. Carol Egnor, Kay Spearman, Lana Friesen, Gail Lockwood, Rexanne
Craig, Linda Bowman, Debbie Humphries, Carolyn Simmons, and a zin er fthird rowj. Donna Harris,
Linda Swearengin, Nan Lewis, Paulette Santoro, Terry Brubaker, aren ee er, Sharon Dunlop, Cynthia
Scheen, and Laura Hogan ffourth rowj. Janet Huckstep, Rita Richardson, Jamie Poor, Diana Jiles, Debby
Strange, Vickie Berger, Diane Teekell, Pat Weisel, and Brenda Edwards ffifth rowl. Janice Huckstep, Bobbie
Barnard, April Magill, Dusty Williams, Christy Morris, Janice Landrum, Cindy Jarrett, Cissy Magill, and Ar-
lene Spencer fsixth rowj. Jan Winkler, Denise Jones, Vanessa Matthews, Becky Thomas, Vickie Carter, Karen
Otto, Donna Kendrick, Patty Bush, and Karen Traas fseventh rowj. Denise Jones, Karen Allen, Colleen Larken,
Debbie Tarver, Karen Brigham, Neicy Darnell, Pam Stephens, Debbie Bartrum, and Novella Spencer feighth
rowl. Sue Hasson, Marie Boley, Kathy Holstead, Frances Castilleya, Alana Poole, Susie Webb, Nancy Bell,
Connie Brigham, and Carla Lehnertz fninth rowj. Kathy McCallister, Jan Hayes, Peggy Maddux, Suzanne Gil-
bert, Margaret Moser, Kitty Sawyer, Diane Black, Jan Tarver, and Kris Poor ftenth rowj. Becky Carter, Merle
Hanna, Rhonda Johnson, Dedra Seale, Debbie Henry, Kitty Sawyer, Erin Diaz, Connie Walker, Leslie Langdon,
Carliss Lafitte, Sharon Quinn, and Denise Colvin feleventh rowj.
Officers were Cindy Smith, Colonelg Lynn Brubaker, Lieu-
tenant Colonel fstandingj. Jerry Brubaker, Second Majorg
Sandra Mizell, First Major fsittingj Qleftj. Pep Club boosted
spirit at a pep rally.
N C L
Linda Swearengin, Nan Lewis, Janet Caudle, Cynthia Scheen, and Karen Wheeler, lieutenantsg Terry Brubaker,
Sharon Dunlop, Donna Harris, Patti Ferriter, Paulette Santoro, and Laura Hogan, captains fclockwise from
i One of the most active organizations at Airline this
year was the Pep Club. A few of its activities were
making presentations to athletic teams, attending all
games, and making spirit posters. Some 125 girls held
membership in Valkyries. These girls had to maintain
a "C" average, have teacher approval, and a good at-
titude. Teachers in charge of Valkyries were Mrs. Cole-
man and Mrs. Norvell.
Sponsors for the Valkyries were Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Norvell
Valkyries sang a spirit song during a pep rally.
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Drum corps members were Donna Henry, Debbie Humphries, Carolyn Simmons, Patti Ferriter, captain, Kathy
Morrow, Linda Marckres, and Rexanne Craig ffront rowj. Liz Pepin, Frances Preble, Linda Bowman, M.
, 21'g-ea Janet Caudle, Terri Amazeen, and Diane Wilson fback rowj. I
M-H 0 ice Girls
Some of the most active students at
Airline this year were the office girls
who worked during their study halls.
They were seen picking up slips for ab-
sentees, typing letters, filing student in-
formation cards, and assisting the sec-
retaries in both the faculty and student
offices. Mrs. Bond and Mrs. Stanley
were in charge of the girls.
Sue Davis recorded absentees as Peggy Duncan
and Diane Teekell checked a student's record
fleftl. Nora Rossley filed a report card ftop
Mrs. Bond, Sue Davis, Kristin Beckland, Vickie Carter, Cathy Messier, Grace Gilley, Peggy Maddux, and Mrs.
Stanley ffront rowj. Cecila Tullier, Donna Harris, Cindy Silas, Neicy Darnell, Debbie McCardle, Diane Teekell,
Linda Callahan, Colleen Jordan, Karen Allen, and Debbie Humphries Csecond rowj. Glenda Graham, Robin Gill,
Karen Kennington, Pam Gilbert, Diane Wilkins, Paula Nixon, Dianne Cook, Carolyn I-Iarville, Carolyn Furr,
and Peggy Duncan Qthird rowj. Barbara Jackson, Becki Wells, Kathy Nelson, Sheri Martin, Debbie White, Sandy
Alcorn, Linda Scarborough, Patty Moore, Laura Hogan, Vicki Berger, Nora Rossley, and Judy Covington
Cheerleaders were Cherie Davis, assistant head,
Martha McKenzie, head cheerleader ftopl. Mari-
lyn Coffey, Judy Tatum, Becky Wrlht, and
Beverly Cubley fbottomj.
Rain-soaked cheerleaders kept their "num- l
ber one" spirit even at the wet, Center,
Texas game fabovej.
Martha McKenzie led a pompom routine in
a pep rally frightj. Cheerleaders ran
ahead of the team onto the field ffar rightj.
A hard-working group of girls this year was the
cheerleaders. These girls were responsible for the or-
ganization of programs for the pep rallies, making
spirit posters and presentations to athletic teams, and
leading the student body in cheering. Last summer
they attended a summer clinic at Southern Methodist
University in Dallas, Texas. During the session, they
won several awards for being outstanding cheerleaders.
Their special abilities were evidenced in their perform-
ances throughout the year. This year, Martha McKenzie
served as head cheerleaderg Cherie Davis was assistant
head cheerleader. Mrs. Walden was their sponsor.
Coach Ray and Martha McKenzie awaited a penalty call ftop
leftb. Others watched as Becky Wright introduced a Bossier
High cheerleader fmiddle lefty Cheerleaders Martha McKenzie
and Beverly Cubley readied a bus for an out-of-town game trip
flower leftl. Dismay was shown by Marilyn Coffey as the
Vikings dropped behind in a game fbottom leftj. Cheerleaders
posed on the steps of Southern Methodist University where they
attended a summer clinic.
Gary Hall served as Band Captain this year Qabovej.
Mr. Lamar Smith was the director frightj.
"A" band members included Renee Frame, Dale Rains, Cherie Davis, Diane Fox, Linda Fleming, Marsha Man-
ning, Sheila Thorn ffirst rowj. Susan McHenry, Terry Wright, Donna Grosjean, Jerry Gray, Becky Bale, Linda
Scarborough, Brooke Christy, Gail Scroggins, Donna Lattier, Theresa Ellenburg, Pam Shelley, Holly Davidson
Qsecond rowj. Debbie Thomas, Beverly Furr, Sherry Stoll, Cindy Cochran, Mike Mathis, Richard Aldrich, David
Allen, Nickie Tooke, Randy Schavrien, Margie Cosier, Ken Graves, Debbie Karnes fthird rowj. Robert Rich-
ards, Spencer Hayes, Joey Lewis, Mike Shirley, Barry Shipp, Malcolm Alexander, Tom Comfort, Judy Bickham,
Carolyn Harrison, Roberta Hartman, Emma Enlow, Sheila Burkett, Bruce Knock, Billy Chandler ffourth rowj.
Dennis Scotto, Carl Combs, Laurel Alexander fstandingl.
"A" band members were Debbie Bond, Janine Pierrelee, Josie Charchio, Randy
Randall, Judy Tatum, Pat Wyatt, Martha McKenzie Cfront rowj. Pam Yates, Laura
Almond, Carol Gay, Sarah Smith, Laura Mitchell, Regina Morgan, Virginia Fowler,
Cathy Hill, Angie Thomas, Mindy Fair, Donna Harkey fsecond rowl. Roxann Wat-
son, Pat Piazza, Whitley Graves, Ralph Lee, Debbie Brooks, Jack Zator, Gary Hall,
Fred Andrus, Steve Scott, Tony Longoria, Boyce Langley, Terry Kellner, Mike
Ingram fthird rowl. David Wright, Mike Doles, Jim Kline, Linda Kelley, Danny
McGowen fback rowj. Alton Jordon, Ken Harris Cstandingj.
Band officers were
Mindy Fair, Pat Wyatt,
Donna Grosjean, Donna
Harkey, Sarah Smith,
Susan McHenry Csit-
tingb. Ken Graves, Joey
Lewis, Danny Mc-
Gowen, G a r y Hall
Viking Band Had Outstanding Year
Under the leadership of director Lamar Smith,
the Airline High School Band has completed its
sixth year. The band performed at pep rallies,
bonfires, and football games during the foot-
ball season, and the concert band performed sev-
eral concerts this year.
The band won the L.S.U. marching contest
and marched at half-time during the L.S.U.-Tu-
lane game. They also participated in the annual
marching contest. Last June, the band traveled
to Denver, Colorado, and was chosen as the
honor band for the Central City Opera Associa-
The Viking band plans to represent Louisiana
at the Lions' Club Convention in Atlantic City,
New Jersey, this spring.
Band members watched a football game attentively.
Freshman band members were Laura McKnight, Louise Tauzin, Sheila Smith, Alecia Alexander, Kay Johnson,
Theresa Howington, Judy Wright, Norma Bale Cfirst rowj. Marilyn Bradford, Donna Patrick, Gail Hornbeak,
Diane Cantu, Jim Shaw, Brenda Love, Margie Baker, Karen Rich, Glenda Emmons, Georgie Rodgers, Yvonne
Bradley, Marianne Whorton, Cecelia Mathis fsecond rowj. Leo Stevens, Monica Smith, Renee Pope, Sarah
Elliott, Tain Wade, Vicki Dubee, Donna Kerry, Vickie Bissett, Malorie Mathis, Kathy Wilhelm, Charles Moran,
Cathy Thomas, Sandra Lodestro, Gary McDaniel, Darryl Camp, Jeff Fuller, Mark Kelley, Frank Zator, Jack
Cornelius fthird rowj. Albert Windham, Don Long, Sonny McCoy, Jeannie Grammar, Paul Kelley, Alan Jones,
Robert Katsock, Debbie Mizell, Jimmy Prothro, John Watts, Charles Watson, Pat Watson, Randy Williford,
James Burnham, Mike Ward, Sheilah Bradley, Bruce Taylor, Philip Caramia, Tommy Welch, Mike Hall, Donald
McConnell ffourth rowj. Bobby Johnson, Greg Craig, Ronnie Patton, James Wade Qfifth rowj.
PAT WYATT-Drum Majorette SUSAN McHENRY-Assistant Drum Major
Majorettes were Debbie Karnes, Renee Frame, Susan McHenry, Becky Bale, Sarah Smith, Donna Grosjean
Donna Lattier, Cindy Cochran.
A THLE TI CS
Vikes Sail to Victory
Throughout Airline High School's six year history,
the Vikings have been making a name for them-
selves. On the gridiron the Vikings have become known
for their pride and desire. When a team came to Bossier
City to play the Norsemen, they knew that they had
to put forth a superlative effort to even wish for a
victory. When they left, most of them wished they had
This year was no different. The Vikings compiled an
8-2 season record. They exhibited great ability and de-
termination in playing against terrific odds. They gave
up only two hard-fought decisions. Teams who fell in
the Viking's march to a victorious season were Lake
Charles, West Monroe, Center, Jesuit, Byrd, Ruston,
Woodlawn, and Bossier. The Vikings of yesterday and
today hope that the Norsemen of tomorrow will live up
to this great tradition.
Coach Jack Gray
FRONT ROW: Ed Watson, Chuck Colvin, Clarence Moor , D' 'd 'kl Alf ed C1 d B J h
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Darrell Guillory, Mike Seale, Steve Whit, Malcolm Alexander, Eric Johnson, Bobby Tidwell, Bill Winkler
Mike Kavenough, Ken Harris, Mike Johnson, Jack Zator, Jim Kline, Pat Roberts.
C. Anderson C. Harper R. Johnson M. D. Ray R. Walden
Vikings like what they saw-Touchdown!!
THIRD ROW: Dennis Scotto, Dana Chrisley, Phil Fahey, Jim Wallace, Mike Navage, Joe Williams, Steve
Bachman, Steve Sylvester, Mike Outlaw, Pete Robinson, Mark Fletcher, Kelvin Dunlop. BACK ROW: Mike
Linton, Rich Coulson, Kenny Smith, Steve Scott, Ken Baldwin, Tom Comfort, David Hudson, Mike Reed, Billy
Hudson, Neil Cambell, Gary Smith, Bill Brannan, Barry Ship, Ken Chaffin.
Airline's Stadium Christened
Victory enlightened the dedication of the
new Airline stadium as the "Iron Men"
defeated the Lake Charles Wildcats, 14-7.
Though close in score, statistics widened the
margin of achievement as the Vikings sur-
passed in the yardage gained. With 1:38 re-
maining in the first half, Gary Smith sup-
plied the first T.D. of the evening, bursting
up the middle for 15 yards. The third period
started with 10,000 fans "sitting close on
edge," when a shattering 34 yard T.D. by
Bobby Tidwell stunned the Wildcat defense.
Not until late in the 4th quarter, did the
Wildcats get on the scoreboard with a 5 yard
rung their attempt failed to hinder the
strength of the mighty Vikings.
Airline Lake Charles
First Downs 17 11
Net Yards Pass 83 49
Net Yards Rush 205 94
Passes KA-CJ 10-5 15-4
Had Intercepted 1 1
Punt-Average 2-48.0 4-29.7
Fumbles-Lost 3-2 3-1
Penalties-Yds. 6-49 2-10
Jack Zator led the mighty Vikings onto the field.
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Rebels Defeated by Norsemen
The second game of the season found the
Norsemen teeming with victory as the West
Monroe Rebels sent home with a 41-14 loss.
Tail back Gary Smith supplied the first T.D.
of the evening with a 4 yard run. Ken Chaf-
fi'n, the quarterback of the Vikings, blazed
30 yards for the second T.D., being closely
followed by Gary Smithts 42 yard punt re-
turn, Which took the spark out of the Rebels.
The halftime score found Airline 20 and the
Rebels 6, after defensive end Kenny Smith
supplied a tackle which forwarded the Vik-
ings a safety for another 2 points. The third
period got under way with Chaffin bursting
over for 5 yards and then within minutes,
connected with Darrell Guillory for a touch-
down of 26 yards. The fourth quarter ended
with the Vikings second team in play, as
Billy Hudson twisted his way for 6 more
Airline West Monroe
First Downs 14 7
Net Yards Rush 289 101
Net Yards Pass 108 0
Passes QA-Cb 12-7 5-0'
Had Intercepted 1 0
Fumbles-Yost 6-4 7-6
Penalties-Yards 14-11 2-20
Airline's offensive teams worked its way toward the
Vikings Stun Center
A reservoir was the setting for the Vik-
ing's 3rd win, as the "Iron Men" whipped
the Rough Riders, 29-6. A torrential down-
pour had emptied itself on the Center, Texas
stadium some forty minutes prior to the first
kick off but did not stop the advancement
of the victorious "Norsemen." Gary Smith
supplied the first three touchdowns of the
evening, with Darrell Guillory closing the
door with a scampering 21-yard run. Coach
Jack Gray cleared the entire bench with the
last half and brought the Airline Vikings
home, taking a 3-0 record into the next Weeks
game against the undefeated Captain Shreve
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Vikings Fall to Gators
The Captain Shreve Gators took home a
difficult victory, 26-12, in spite of the strong
come back of the Airline Vikings. The Gators
dominated the play of the first half taking a
lead into the dressing room of 20-0. But Airline Capt. Shreve
undying honor and pride, found the valiant First Downs 10 17
Vikings fighting back and almost success- Net Yards Rush 154 265
fully closing the gap in the 4th quarter. Net Yards Pass 47 35
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where Ken Chaffin and Gary Smith both Penalties-Yds. 4-20 5-35
managed to get across the goal line. Airline's
last desperate charges were stifled late in
the 4th period, when an interception and two
fumbles annulled any more fireworks. Vikings l00ked OH as the game pr0g1'eSSed-
Jesuit Flyers Crash Land
The strong running attack of the Airline
Vikings proved its omnipotent reputation as
the Norsemen shot down the Jesuit Flyers,
29-6. Gary Smith, Airline's "Red Baron" in
blue, effectively helped to send Snoopy and
his crew homeg their efforts being limited
to one T.D. and only six first downs. The
first quarter found the Airline Vikings strik-
ing the first hit as Ken Chaffin, admiral of
the Viking fleet, connected with Bobby Tid-
well for a 27 yard touchdown. Smith scored
the other two touchdowns during the second
half, while Darrell Guillory kicked two for
three in the PAT department. A crash land-
ing for the Flyers was the result of another
joint effort by the Mighty Viking Warriors.
First Downs 12 6
Net Yards Pass 69 54
Net Yards Rush 181 64
Passes CA-Cl 10-3 12-4
Had Intercepted 0 1
Punt-Average 5-31.2 6-35.6
Fumbles-Lost 4-1 1-1
Penalties-Yds. 3-25 5-32
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Vikings Swat Jackets
The Airline Vikings crushed the Byrd Yel-
low Jackets, 55-21. Both Gary Smith and
Darrell Guillory racked up 3 touchdowns a
piece. Airline's great blocking system found
the "Big Blue" running 303 yards and throw-
ing for 69. Coach Jack Gray was able to play
his second team with quarterback Kenny
Shipp collaborating with Mike Outlaw and
David Quickel for the last eight points of the
game. Defensive back Bob Ross was injured
slightly in the last quarter, but quickly re-
covered to share the victory of the Vikings.
First Downs 19
Net Yards Rush 303
Net Yards Pass 69
Passes CA-CJ 9-6
Had Intercepted 0
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The efforts of Ken Smith, Mike Linton, 1
Joe Williams, Richie Coulson, Bill Winkler, 1
Mark Fletcher, Phil Fahey, Steve Scott, Kel- T
vin Dunlop, Pat Roberts, Eric Johnson, and
Ken Chaffin all greatly contributed to the
stopping of the Ruston Bearkat offense. Air-
line's opponent never managed to cross the
goal line because of the mighty Viking de-
fense. Gary Smith racked up both touch-
downs of the eveningg one coming in the
first quarter and the other in the third.
The latter touchdown was set up by the
contributing run of Darrell Guillory after
which a fake field goal was passed from
Chaffin to Smith which topped off the drive.
Net Yards Rush 278 102
Net Yards Pass 60 0
Passes QA-CJ 10-5 7-0
Had Intercepted 0 1
Punt Average 3-44 7-34.7
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1
Penalties-Yds. 8-80 6-60
Coach Johnson offered advice to junior Kelvin Dunlop.
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,Homecoming found the Airline Vikings
bolting into an early lead of 13-0 with only
5:36 ticked away in the first quarter. The
Norsemen took to the air for their first T.D.
with a 5 yard pass from Chaffin to Coulson.
The second and last score for the Vikings
came when Darrell Guillory broke loose on
a 50 yard sprint to the goal line. But then
the tables turned quickly on the Mighty Vik-
ings and bad breaks and misfortune assisted
the Fair Park Indians in surpassing with a
final margin of 28-13. The second half found
the Norsemen infantry continuously deep in
enemy territory and the offense was unable
to jell for the remainder of the game. The
Vikings were successful though in setting up
excellent defense which dominated from the
beginning to the end.
Fair Park Airline
First Downs 19 6
Net Yards Pass 156 20
Net Yards Rush 62 156
Had Intercepted 1 2
Punt Average 6-31.6 7-31.1
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-2
Penalties-Yds. 1-5 5-50
Woodlawn Defeated by Vengeful Vikings
First Downs 14 11
Net Yards Rush -45 153
Net Yards Pass 265 43
Passes QA-CJ 38-24 5-2
Had Intercepted 2 0
Punt-Average 3-33.3 6-3015
Fumbles-Lost 4-3 6-4
Penalties-Yds. 1-5 5-67
A cold Halloween night at Viking Stadium
was the setting for a 13-0 victory for the
Norsemen. The combined efforts of Airline's
front seven: Bill Winkler, Bill Branan, Phil
Fahey, Ken Smith, Ritchie Coulson, Joe Wil-
liams, and Mike Linton all contributed to a
113 yard rushing loss against the Knight's
quarterback. The Viking defense slammed
the door in the Woodlawn offense 5 times
within the Airline 20 yard line. Airline's
13 points were afforded by a 47 yard run
by Ken Chaffin, and a 3 yard plunge by Gary
The Best Team Won
The Airline Vikings wasted no time in
getting on the scoreboard during the 21-7
victory over the Bossier Bearkats. The Norse-
men took possession of the football early in
the first quarter and before the Bossier de-
fense could come to their senses, the ex-
plosive offense of the Mighty Vikings had
put six points on the scoreboard. The sudden
touchdown came with Darrell Guillory break-
ing through the right sides of the line and
scampering some 78 yards after a tremend-
ous display of second effort. Although The
Bearkats managed to get on the scoreboard,
their lead was only 7-6 over the Vikes at
half-time. After a long and stagnant third
quarter, a series of Bossier penalties set up
the next two touchdowns for the Iron Men.
A 13 yard touchdown pass from Chaffin to
David Hudson and a low yard drive by Billy
Hudson gained the 15 points for the Vikings
which sent the Bearkats back across the
tracks with their tail between their legs.
Viking quarterback struggled for another first down
fbelowj. Eric Johnson recovered a fumble for Vik-
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First Downs 10 8
Net Yards Rush 85 225
Net Yards Pass 168 18
Passes CA-CD 14-9 8-3
Had Intercepted 1 1
Punt-Average 5-35.8 5-38.6
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 5-3
Penalties 10-17 4-40
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Darrell Guillory sprinted around the right end for a
touchdown ftopj. Vikings scored again fabovej. Gary
Smith Sprinted around left end frightj.
Freshman Vikings Showed Much Promise
Coaches Hendricks and Maples led the freshman
team through a successful season.
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Mossullo, Steve Haynes, Jim Williams, Johnny Gibbs, Terry Stock, Randy Carter, Glen Branch, Paul Kelly,
and Tommy Zimmer. MIDDLE ROW: Jim Prothro, Ron Calkins, Kenny Stevens, Robert Lesikar, Mike Tay-
lor, Mike McConathy, Skip Breski, Alan Jones, Bobby Johnson, Ronnie Veal, Robert Majo. TOP ROW: Coach
Maples, Robert Jones, Frank Shorie, Ernie Reeves, Les Stevens, Dale McGee, Dale Sale, Chris Bowmen, Mark
Warner, James Burnette, John Papageorge, Ginx Wren, Clay Franklin, Coach Hendricks.
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Steve Haynes and Jim Prothro served as captains for
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Vikes Never Laclced Fight and Spirit
WE OPPONENTS THEY
68 Fair Park 69
85 Byrd 55
70 Captain Shreve 88
76 Bossier 86
74 Woodlawn 88
60 Fair Park 58
67 Byrd 60
60 Captain Shreve 90
57 Bossier 64
63 Woodlawn 84
Airline High School's basketball team
again this year exhibited the determination,
desire, and hustle which is characteristic of
our athletic endeavors. Although the Vikings
did not have an outstanding year, every
team which they faced was aware of the
caliber of the athletes which Airline pro-
duces after their respective games with the
Vikings. Seniors Wayne Elliott, Jimmy Gills,
and Jim Stanley along with four outstand-
ing underclassmen played their hearts out
this year for the Vikings. The underclass-
men were Eric Johnson, Barry Shipp, Don-
nie Shackleford, and Larry Sandford. These
seven boys did the majority of the playing
for the Vikes. The Vikings played thirty-
six games this year, among them ten District
games and four area tournaments. They
posted a better than average season with an
lleft to right! TOP: Neil Cambbell, Donnie Shackleford, Larry Petty, Jim Strange, Jimmy Gills, Steve Bradley
and Jim Stanley. MIDDLE: Don Catalano, Eric Johnson, Berry Shipp, Steve Scott, Billy Hudson, Peter Robin-
son, and Larry Sandford. FIRST ROW: Wayne Elliott.
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TOP LEFT: Donnie Shackleford guarded against an
opponent to keep him from getting two points. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Jim Stanley does his best and was able to
get a basket. BOTTOM RIGHT: Eric Johnson shot high
and was able to make two points.
TOP LEFT: Jim Stanley went up for another basket.
TOP RIGHT: Eric Johnson tried for two more points.
BOTTOM: Donnie Shackleford dropped it in for two
Hard Working Vikes Strifved for a Goal
TOP LEFT: Members of the other team stood by
to watch as Donnie Shackleford made two. RIGHT:
Larry Sandford jumped to catch a pass from an-
other player. BOTTOM: Jimmy Gills caught other
team off guard as he scored again.
TOP LEFT: Larry Sandford showed his quick re-
flexes and shot for two points. TOP RIGHT: Jim
Stanley scored again! BOTTOM: Fellow team mem-
bers awaited the results of Donnie Shacklefo1'd's
fight for a jump-ball.
Vikings Worked Hard All Season
FIRST ROW Cleft to right, Chipper Hayes, Steve Haynes, Ron Calkins, Jim Williams, and Jack Cornelious
BACK ROW: Coach Walden, Mike McConathy, John Guyton, Ronald Johnson, Mark Warner, and Terry Slack.
Eric Johnson was able to raise his average once
again. fbottom lefty Coach Johnson stretched for a
rebound in a game against the Bossier coaches.
Airline Dominated District Race
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Mike Timms warmed up in a practice session.
Senior members grinned for their friendly photographer before a big game.
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STANDING: Kyle Reece, Terry Long, Ken Chaffin, Richie Coulson, Don Scott, David Hudson, Kevin Luter,
Randy Pizzuto, Mike Timms. KNEELING: Coach Johnson, Ben Sinor, Kelvin Dunlop, Cary Santoro, Dana Chris-
ley, Bob Grosjean, Robert Pierrilee, Assistant Coach Knowles.
Bob Grosjean waited while the batter warmed up.
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a first base man.
Catcher Bob Grosjean readied himself for a possible strike
Golf Proved Stimulating
Jeff Russell worked on his follow-
ABOVE: Claude Bookter studies
Golf team members included: Gary Rostamo, Claude Bookter, Joe Sullivan, Gary Fishburn, Jeff Russell, Bill
Track Improved Agility
Darrell Guillory, Melvin
Morgan, Charles Watson
and Gary Smith were star
BACK ROW: Coach Anderson, Charles Watson, Gary Smith, Andy Kalnasy, Ronnie Scott, Bobby Tidwell.
FRONT ROW: Darrell Guillory, Tom Coppock, Joe Ferlito, Mel Morgan.
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Scott a few suggestions for
Four of Airline's speedsters were Andy Kalnasy, Mel Morgan, Tom Coppock, Joe Ferlito.
Experience Gained by Squad
Cathy Hill calmly waits for a return in
a practice session.
STANDING: Gary Hall, Jim Kline, Jerry Gray, Mike Ingram, Mike Daniels, Rick Gentry, and Coach Walden.
KNEELING: Monica Otto, Cathy Hill, Kathe Cathey, Brenda Lodestro, Debbie Gibbs, Ginger McGee, Deedee
Craig, Brooke Christy.
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ABOVE: Gloria Connors prepares to return.
Debbie Gibbs concentrated on her return technique
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AD VER TI SEMEN TS
Compliments and Best Wishes
YOUR CITY OFFICIALS
George L. Na+I'in, Mayor
Clycle W. Fowler, Commissioner of Finance ancl Public Ulililies
I. C. Tinsley, Commissioner of Slreels ancl Parks
DEPARTMENT 81 WESTERN STORE
5I0 Barlcsdale Blvd.-Phone 425-33I2
Bossier Ci+y, La.
P. O. Box 5396 Bossier Cify, La.
AND ELECTRIC WORKS
804 Spring Sfreei
MAC'S AUTO SUPPLY, INC.
2200 Benion Road
Phone 422-9431 Ph- 746-4672
EIec'Iric Mo+ors Repaired and RebuiI+ OPen 8 AOM- +0 5 P-M-
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"THE BEST FOR LESS" R
HXNAILE ' i,fA,..f':' 5- is"
I870 Airline Drive If
Bossier Ciiy, Louisiana 7IOI0
TEEKELL INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. LUM B E R
General Insurance Service
6I4 BarIrSdaIe BIvcI. CO,
Bossier Ciiy, La.
Phone 423-2503 RC. BQX
David Hudson and Bobby Tidwell, co-capfains for
I603 BarIcsdaIe BIvd.
Bossier Cify, La.
NORTHSIDE FLOWER MART
"Flowers For All Occasions
I70O Benion Road
Bossier Ciiy, Louisiana
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"Fashions for Ihe young in hear?"
EMMY LOU'S FASHIONS
2I2O Benion Road
MR. AND MRS. GLEN A. COBB
APPLIANCE SERVICE COMPANY
Service Mosi' Maior Appliances
NE FOOD MARKET
38I0 E. Texas S'I'.
Bossier Cify, La.
746- I 324
'Ih efficieni' and low
d ready Io help wifh
every school program
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MOSELEY'S WHEEL ALIGNMENT
2700 E. Texas
Bossier Ci'Iy, La.
BOBBY MOSELEY, Owner
TRAILER SALES, INC
e Homes of DisI'inc+ion
270I Easi' Texas
Wheel Esiale Dealer"
2262 Benfon Road Bossier Cify, Louisiana
ED ELEEN MOSLEY, Owner
BENTON ROAD MOBIL
2250 Benfon Road
Bossier Cify, La.
A Phone 746-9 I42
M4324 BEAUTY SALON B'Lb,jSQ2TTO
GILLY HUMPHREY s
ARKLA SERVICE CENTER I fheN8W LlIXu1'y
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AVERY'S BARBER SHOP
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' whole new world o luxury living with
exciiing n G pliances born
he Space Age.
Lf kj, Ama-I Today's modem home is where
Wi" Gas does Ihe big jobs besll
A R K A N S A S
A N A
L O U I S I
DRUG STORE NO. 2, INC.
IOI Bossier Cen'I'er
ARK-LA-TEX TV 81 STEREO SERVICE
25I4 Baricsdale Blvd.
Bossier Cilfy, Louisiana
425-7086 Phones 742-2086
PIERCE NICHOLSON, Owner
Regisiered Druggis+s on Du'I'y
af All Times AzARUE's FLOWERS 3. GIFTS
JERRY FENTON "YO Bom
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BEASLEY-KEITH INS. AGENCY
pl-,one 424-7779 720 Barlcsdale Blvd. 2927 Sfafford Telephone
Bossier Cily, La. Bossier Ciiy, La. 742-l620
BLACWE 5 T'N SHOP BossIEB AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE Co.
Anyihing in Slieel' Me'l'al, 409 Eosf Texas Sireei
Healing and Air Condilioning Bvssief Cifv
if S B E V . ' 0 '
2406 B io I Bl a 4256429
Phone 742-203I Bossier Ciiy Engme Rebullclmg
BQSSIER CENTER BARBER SI-IQP BOSSIER CENTER BEAUTY SALON
I I2 Bossier Cenfer I02 Bossier Cenler
Bossier CNY Phone 746-5582
CLAUDE O' WOODARD D' DAW5 "CaierirIq io iliose wlio Care"
CONGRATULATIONS 'X BURTON REALTY COMPANY
W. D. BURDlNE and R. C. BRIEHN Lei' Us Help You Willa Your Home
Realiors-Builders 'P "" - " "
I42o Airline Drive HQME5?-'s 7ZlQf,n3ef0 I357 Airline D,-
Bosslef CNY 742-1112 Bossier Cify, La. 7I0l0
CAMPBELL AGENCY CAMP'S, AUTO SUPPLY
Real Es+ai'e l930 E- Texas
Is. L. CAMPBELL L. C. CAMPBELL Bossier Cifv-L1 7'0'0
SFC J. c. BENNETT
U. S. ARMY RECRUITING
Phone: 424-8277 "CALL COLLECT"
702 Texas S+ree'I'
SAVINIIS ANU IUAN
440 Benion Road
PRODUCTS OF CREATIVE ENGINEERING
THE BREWSTER COMPANY, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF EQUIPMENT
FOR THE OIL FIELD AND SAWMILL INDUSTRIES
PATCRAFT CARPETS-AMTICO VINYL
CARPET "N" TILE
38I3 Youree Drive
PHONE 865-I524 J. R. HUTCHERSON
CASCIO'S FOOD MARKET
2252 Barhsdaie BIvd.
Bossier Cify, Louisiana
CAMPBELL 81 GROSJEAN, INC.
Roofing and Sheef MeI'aI
P. O. Box SI47
Bossier Cify, Louisiana 7IOI0
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2560 Baricsdaie BIvcI.
Bossier Cify, Louisiana
Phone 422-2 I 79
GEORGE WHITLEY, BS. RPI-I.
3209 Old Minden Road
Bossier Cify, Louisiana
JOHNNY DENMON'S GARAGE
2700 Easl Texas-Bossier Cify, La.
lI!lIl Bralce and Tune Up
I Phone 746-2246
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"Your Sports Specialists"
3I2 Texas Avenue
I295 Airline Drive
s M R E v E P o It T
Downiown and 740 Azalea Dr.
LOUISIANA AUTO SUPPLY
"EveryII1ing lor Your Auiomobileu
I800 Barlcsdale Blvd.
Phone 422-6738 Bossier Cily. La.
H. D. ROGERS 81 SONS
Imporl and Sporls Car Specialisl'
200I Ogilvie Sfreel
Bossier CiI'y, La.
YOUR BANK-AMERICARD WELCOME
BOSSIER AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE
409 Easl Texas Sl.
Bossier Cify, La.
PORT OF BOSSIER
I44 Bossier Cenfer
Bossier Cify, La. 7IOI0
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
E FOLLOW JOHNSON FURNITURE
U. E TI-IAT T.V. AND APPLIANCES
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A i-ii TRUCK! QualiTy Tor less: Shop and compare
2766 Barlcsdale Blvd.
Bossier CiTy, Louisiana
Loolcin' 'For a place To eaT aTTer The game, The 742'l62l
dance or a laTe daTe? Then head Tor KELLY'S "I block from Barksdale wes+ eye"
TRUCK TERMINAL. Don'T leT The name Throw
ya' They have one of The mosT beauTiTul
resTauranTs in The souTh .. . aT prices you can
afford. And They're open 24 hours a day. lT's
jusT a shorT drive on I-20 To . . .
KELLY'S GULF SERVICE
Where Hwys. 79 and 80 Cross I-20 23' EMT Texas
I . Bossier CiTy, Louisiana
WesT oT ShreveporT s AIrporT.
LU FKIN KICKAPOO
TRUCK TRAILERS ,magofgfg RES-'-AU RANT
NEll':Al- MORRIS BossFi:?lEiTZ1T6LZiiTsliana
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Best Wishes '
2l4l EasT Texas ST. and BenTon Road
, Phone 746-3095
Bossier CiTy, Louisiana
The Home oT Good Food
24 HOUR SERVICE
CQ 7 "Where all 'Friends meeT"
shreve olty Jewelers Your Hom
Sh 1255 1ShIreve.Ci1y SAMMY and T. J. SPATARO-MRS. ROSE VIOLA
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF TI-IE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
THE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF SHREVEPORT, INC.
"Where Qualify CourI+s"
2 IO0 Shed Road
Bossier Cify, Louisiana
OF SHREVEPORT, INC.
P- A' DARNELL PRINTERS . STATIONERS . OFFICE DESIGNERS
Owner and Opera?
P.O. Box l327 Shrevepor+, La.
EDDY'S FLOWERLAND, INC. FRY'S GEMINI DRIVE INN
2050 Benfon Road
No. 35 Hearf O' Bossier
Bossier Cify, La. 7IOI0
GENEVA'S BEAUTY SALON OF BEAUTY
9I2 Benfon Road
Louise Collins: 22 Years Service
ai' This Loca+ion
7 Operaiors +o Serve You
2208 Benfon Road
Bossier Cify, La.
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DAMON V. VAUGI-IN. TI-I.D., PASTOR I
FUOUA CYCLE CO.
2700 E. Texas
Bossier Cify, Louisiana 7IOI0
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HOLIDAY INN OFF BOSSIER
I50 Hamilfon Lane
Bossier Cify, La.
23OI Airiine aI' Douglas Drive
"Ai rl ine Booster"
P. O. Box 53 I 7 Ofc. Pho. 422-9564
eizvm L. FULLER 409 Traffic si.
BILL MORRISON aosslsn CITY, LA.
Res. Pho. 423-3097
OF THE NATIONAL LEAD CO.
ELECTRIC WIRE LINE SERVICE
CenI'raI Cas+ing Naiionwide
MISTER LYNN'S, INC
Cover Girl and Esquire Guild
Shreve porI', La .
MEADOWVIEW DRUG, INC.
907 Meaciowview Drive
W. M. McMAHEN, R.PI1.
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I9 Hear? O' Bossier
2202 Benion Road
Bossier Ciiy, Louisiana
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Bossier CiI'y, Louisiana 7IOI0
MONTGOMERY AGENCY. INC.
N AREMORE: S me BANK wfrfl me open noon mon 9 ro 4
2I Heari' of Bossier
Bossier Cify, La. I G N I I R
BAN K AN D TRUST CO
Main Office: 333 Milam Member F. D. l.C
School Board Member
3I0 Minden Sireei, B. C.
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5701? G ii d fif- gnshsd h
A Sunset Acres
8II Traffic S+.-Phone 422-3246
RICKEY'S CLEANERS AND
QUEQBES LAUNDRY, INC.
Bossier Cify, Louisiana
Phone 423-524i 2I2-2 I4 Milam Sireei
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SCOTT TRUCK 8. TRACTOR Compnmemf
CO. OF BOSSIER CITY, INC. KILPATRICICS
ROSE-NEATH FUNERAL HOMES
Old Minden Road 3385 . .
Bossier Ciiy. Louisiana Bossier CIW' La' Coushaml La. Shreveport La'
THELMA'S BEAUTY SALON
JOHNSON'S BARBER SHOP
2I09 Shed Road
Bossier Ci+y, Louisiana
2I50 Easi Texas, B. C.
CompIe'I'e Line of Wesiern Equipmeni
Horse and S'I'ock Trailers
GOOD RIDING HORSES
EQUIPMENT CO. INC.
I050 Joseph Sfreei'
P. O. Box 7799
Ceramic Supplies Ceramic Gifis
si-iuRLiE's CERAMICS SGCIYS IS
2I00 Benion Road '
Bossier Cify, Louisiana
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phone 746-4982
SIGMA PRINTERS AUBREY H.WRIGHT-Owner
We Specialize in Wedding lnviiaiions
330 Traffic S+.
Bossier Ciiy, La.
S'I'uden+s who know Sears, know Sears has
'Phe popular NOW looks a-I' prices +ha+ Fil'
Iheir budgef. Make Sears YOUR headquar-
I'ers 'For up-+0-dale sfyles in 'Fine 'Fashion
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.
HEART CTBQSSIER Saiisiaclion Guaranieed or Your Money Back
SHREVEPORT BOSSIER CITY
SOUTHERN MAID DONUTS
mo Mdale M TEEKELL BROTHERS, INC.
BOS5lel' Cify. LG- 525 Barlcsdale Blvd.
423-9222 Bossier Ciiy, Louisiana
TERRAL NURSERY Boue-HT - SOLD - TRADE- BANK FINANCE
AND LANDSCAPE Co. TONY LEWIS
All Types of Landscaping MOBILE HOME SALES
'-FREE ESTIMATES-1 We Specialize in Good Used and New Trailers
NORMAN A. TERRAL aol Old Mi a R A Phone . S
B. S. Agriculfure Phone 746-8I72 Boller Cify.nL:n7I8T0 Tolginljwls Home 865-8902 glwigiei gills, Lsal
TRI STATE INSURANCE
2056 Easi' Texas
Bossier Cify, Louisiana
W. Harlan Beene
T. W. A. INSURANCE AGENCX
POPE'S T. w. ALLEY, JR. '
FINE DRY CLEANING
Awhorized R1i?3n5SZLf2124ZfZJ45 'ifli.?ZJIE?SfLiZ?l?.?Jd
WADE POPE, owner WALTON'S
908 Benfon Rd. Bossier Ci1'y Iggsgrfigseclfr
BOSSIER BANK AND TRUST
Exiends CongraI'uIa+ions +o FacuII'y, S+uoIenI's, 'Ihe Siaff
of 'I'he- Yearbook, and Airline High School.
635 BarIcscIaIe BIvd.
BarIcsdaIe Air Force Base
Nor'I'h Bossier Office-860 Ben+on Road
Heari' O'Bossier Office-Heari O'Bossier Cen'I'er
E. 80 Office-Eighi' Miles Eas'I' of Bossier Cify on Hwy. 80
46 Years of Coniinuous Banking Service Io Our Communiiy
Each Deposif Insured Up +o I5,000 Dollars
THE ELIZABETH LINCOLN
I 908 Cambridge
McCOY'S AUTO REPAIR
2700 E. Texas
B ss'e C'I , La.
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Transmission Specialisi' 742-0988
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Let Geneva's Beauty College open the
door to security, independence, and con-
tidence in the world ot beauty culture.
The training you receive at Geneva's gives
you an unlimited opportunity tor advance-
ment in today's fashion world.
Visit our college and let us introduce
you to our program ot learning in all
phases ot hair and wig styling. We have
modern classroom tacilities and the latest
in slrill-teaching visual aids.
Study with winners John Wyatt, artist, and Kay
Wyatt, model: they are instructors at Geneva's.
Geneva and l-lershel Wyatt are the owners and directors: they both have thirty-tive years ot experience in the tield ot
Airline Food Market 226
Airline High School Pep Squad 240
Appliance Service Co. 226
Arkla Gas 227
Arkla Service Center 227
Ark-La-Tex TV Service 227
Army Recruiting Station 229
Avery's Barber Shop 227
Azarue Flowers and Gifts 227
Barksdale Drug Store No. 2, Inc.
Beasley-Keith Insurance Agency
Bill McFarland Photography 228
Blackie's Tin Shop, Inc. 228
Bolinger Lumber and Supply 225
Bossier Automotive Machine Co.
Bossier Bank and Trust 238
Bossier Center Barber Shop 228
Bossier Center Beauty Salon 228
Bossier Federal Savings and Loan
The Brewster Co., Inc. 229
Burdine and Briehn 228
Burton Realty 228
Campbell Agency 228
Campbell and Grosjean, Inc. 229
Camp's Auto Supply 228
Carpet 'N Tile 229
Cascio's Food Mart 229
Charm School 238
City Officials 224
Clinic Pharmacy 229
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 232
Darnell Cleaners 232
Drake Company 232
Eddy's Flowerland, Inc. 232
Adkins, Murlene CMrs.J 24, 41, 163
Anderson, Charles fMr.J 23, 193
Anderson, Patricia fMissl 24, 175
Barnes, Betty QMrs.J 24, 29, 164,
Bass, Ken fMr.J 24, 59
Beauchamp, Susan fMissJ 24
Blackadar, Margaret fMrs.J 24, 35
Bond, Claudine fMrs.J 31, 183
Bowen, Bill fMr.j 24
Bryant, Johsha fMr.J 24, 40
Bucklew, Lulu fMrs.J 24, 42
Bush, Lavalle fMrs.J 25
Caldwell, Vicky CMrs.J 25, 29, 41,
Carleton, Margie fMrs.J 25, 160
Carleton Thomas Mr 25 28 40
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Carlisle, Ovelia fMrs.J 25, 30, 161,
Carnahan, Virginia fMrs.l 25
Coleman, Janie fMrs.D 25, 44
Connell, Virginia fMissJ 25
Cox, Bessie fMrs.J 25
Cox, Jerry fMr.J 25, 28
Cox, Mattie Lou fMrs.l 25, 25
Gillian, Susan fMrs.J 25
Abbitt, Linda Sue 102
Abrams, Reginald W. 102
Adams, Curtis R. 80
Adams, Kenneth 102
Adkins, William H. 176, 177, 178,
Advertisers ' Index
Emmy Lou's Fashions 226
Fairway Hardware 232
First Baptist Church, Bossier 233
Fugua Cycle Co. 233
Fuller-Morrison Insurance Service
Gemini Drive Inn 232
Geneva's Beauty Salon 232, 241
Gibson's Products 225
Grant's Gulf 233
Harbuck Sporting Goods 230
H. D. Rogers and Sons 230
Hearne Dry Goods 239
Hi Fashion Wigs 233
Holiday Inn of Bossier 233
Johnny Denmon's Garage 230
Johnson Furniture 231
Johnson's Barber Shop 236
Kelley's Truck Terminal 231
Kickapoo Restaurant 231
Kirkland Gulf Service 231
Landmark Realty 230
Louisiana Auto Supply 230
Louisiana Industries 225
Lufkin Trailers 231
Mac's Auto Supply, Inc. 225
McCary's Shreve City Jewelers
McCoy's Auto Repair 238
McCullough Tool Company 234
Meadowview Drug 234
Mildred's Cards and Gifts 234
Mister Ben Beauty Salon 226
Mister Lynn's, Inc. 234
Montgomery Agency 234
F acult Index
Graves, Kenneth lMr.J 26, 29, 31,
Gray, Jack fMr.J 26, 161, 192
Harper, Reden CMr.J 26, 193
Hartsfield, Susan fMissJ 30
Hawkins, Albert fMr.J 26, 38
Haynes, Earl CMr.J 22
Hendricks, Ron fMr.J 26, 204
Henry, Mildred fMrs.J 26
High Nelwyn fMrs.J 24, 27, 166,
Hinkie, William CMr.D 27, 38
Horneman, Robert fMr.J 20, 21, 14,
Howell, J. C. CMr.J 27
Humphries, William fMr.J 27, 39
Johnson, Randall fMr.J 193, 214,
Jones, Francis fMrs.J 27, 30, 45
Jones, Parnell fMr.J 27, 39, 86
Jones, W. D. CMissJ 27, 34
Kriowles, Eliot fMr.J 27, 28, 214,
Malmay, J. R. fMr.J 27
Maples, Billy fMr.J 26, 27, 204, 40
McCallister, Kathy fMissb 24, 27
Nichols, William fMr.j 24, 27, 154
Albrecht, Gary L. 80
Albright, Debra L. 165, 102, 132
Alcorn, Sandra K. 64, 167, 177, 178,
Aldrich, Richard J. 80, 154, 160, 168
Alexander, Alecia C. 188, 102
Alexander, Laurel B. 186
Moseley's Wheel Alignment 226
Moseley's Greenacres Drug 234
Naremore's Drug 235
Neely Trailer Sales 226
North Benton Road Mobile 226
Northside Flower Mart 225
Patterson Insurance Agency 234
Paul's Western Store 225
Pioneer Bank and Trust Co. 235
Pope's Cleaners 238
Querbes and Bourquin 235
Rickey's Cleaners and Laundry
Rose Neath Funeral Home 235
Rubenstein's Inc. 236
Sam's Corrall 236
Scott Truck and Tractor Co. 235
Sears Roebuck and Co. 236
Shreveport Armature and Electric
Works, Inc. 225
The Shreveport Times 227
Shreveport Truck Equipment Co.
Shurlie's Ceramics 236
Sigma Printers 236
Southern Maid Donuts 237
Southwestern Electric Power Co.
Teekell Brothers 237
Teekell Insurance 225
Terrall Landscape Co. 237
Thelma's Beauty Salon 236
Tony Lewis Mobile Home 237
Tri State General Agency 237
T. W. A. Insurance Agency 238
W. Harlan Beene Drilling Co. 237
Williams Pressure Service Corp 239
Will's Appliance and TV 236
Nolley, Linda CMissJ 29, 37
Norvell, Mary fMrs.J 29
Nugent, Lois fMrs.D 29, 46,167
Parnell, Richard fMr.J 29, 34
Philyaw, Jean fMrs.J 29, 42
Pugh, Thelma fMrs.J 31
Ray, M. D. qMr.p 29, 185, 193
Rogers, Glenda fMrs.J 7, 29
Romine, Virginia CMrs.D 29
Ruttle, Louis CMr.J 29, 36
Samuel, Emelyn fMrs.J 25, 30, 36,
Sepulvado, Paul fMr.j 30, 39
Smith, Lamar QMr.J 30, 31, 43, 186
Stanley, Helen QMrs.J 31, 183
Stephens, Ramona fMrs.J 30, 35,
Stroud, Polly 23
Stuart, Betty QMissJ 30, 160,
Thurman, Jerry QMrs.J 30
Walden, David fMr.J 26, 30, 193
Walden, Elaine QMrs.J 30, 35
Walden, Richard CMr.J 31, 168
Walker, C. A. QMr.J 31
Wandrey, Gloria QMrs.l 31, 42, 174
Williams, Jodie fMr.J 26, 31, 43
Alexander, Malcolm 80, 156, 168,
Alford, James W. 64
Alford, Shirley 90
Alfred, Catherine 102
Allen, Arlen D. 80
Allen, Bruce W. 80, 163
Allen, Daryl 90
Allen, David S. 64, 172, 186, 51
Allen, Jeanie 80, 148, 149, 151, 160,
165, 163, 137
Allen, Cheryl 64
Allen, Karen B. 80, 83, 152, 163,
155, 175, 180, 183
Allen, Kerry D. 90
Allen, Paula 90
Allison, Lloyd R.
Almond, Laura A. 90, 165, 187
Altimus, Tim J. 102
Altimus, William R. 90
Amazeen, Terri 90, 148, 165, 180,
Ambrose, Penny 64, 162, 164, 141
Anderson, Larry L.
Anderson, Paul 39, 64
Anderson, William R.
Andrews, Tommy Lee
Fred J. so, 187
Arbogast, Paul E. 102
Arehart. Carolyn R.
Arkle, Brad 80
Armstrong, Richard 6, 80, 177
Arroyo, Juanita 102
Augsburger, Reginald 64
Augsburger, Steven E. 102
Aycock, Ralph 3.
Bachman, Stephen H. 90, 193
Badgley, Vicki L. 90, 165
Bailey, Glenda 90, 166
Bailey, Katherine 169, 102
Baker, Margie Faye 165, 188, 102,
Baldwin, Deborah L. 102
Baldwin, Ken 80, 193
Bale, Becky 64, 165, 186, 189, 135,
Bale, Norma 146, 188, 102
Bamburg, Ann E. 102
Bamburg, Betty 102
Bamburg, Brenda 80, 167
Bange, Jeffrey 80
Barker, Jerilyn 102
Barker, Venida 64, 67, 189
Barksdale, Barbara Diane 21, 64,
70, 126, 127, 148, 149, 151, 157,
158, 163, 116, 117, 137, 122, 131,
124, 138, 134, 141
Barksdale, Sandra M. 90, 165
Barnard, Bobbie Sue 90, 96, 165,
Barnes, Anita 90
Barnes, April Maria 80, 42, 162
Barrett, Cheryl Ann 90, 165
Barrett, James Ivy 80
Bartram, Claudia K. 64, 167, 177,
Bartram, Debra 90, 180
Basham, David C. 102
Basham, Peggy 64, 176, 177, 178
Bates, Mike W. 90
Beard, Terry Jean 80
Beasley, Dixie 91
Beauford, Linda 103
Beauford, Nancy 65
Beck, Karen 103
Becklund, Kristine 65, 183
Bill, Dennis 103
Bell, Nanci 80, 180
Bell, Peggy Louise 103
Bengoa, Martin 91, 156
Benner, Londell 109
Benner, Mary E. 81
Bennett, Patricia C. 91
Beresko, Alfred R. 103
Beresko, Mitch 81
Berger, Vicki 61, 163, 180, 183
Bernstein, Arthur 11, 91, 154, 161
Berroteran, Clarissa 91, 165
Berroteran, Leo 65
Beveridge, Judy 81, 165
Beverly, John Douglas 81
Bice, Christine 65
Bice, Floyd 81
Bickham, Judith 81, 186
Bertman, Bobby 81, 154
Bissett, Vicki 165, 188, 103
Bissonnette, Debora 103, 111
Blash, Beverly 81, 167, 177
Black, Dianne 91, 153, 155, 165, 180,
Bohl, Alan 81, 156, 158
Boley, Marie 91, 180
Bolieu, Mike 81
Bolint, Mike 58
Bond, Debra 91, 97, 146, 165, 187
Bookter, Kathy 165, 103
Boone, Bobby 81
Bourgeois, Becky 81, 160
Bourgeois, Bruce 65, 171
Bourgeois, Susan 91
Bourgeois, Yvette 103
Bourque, Paul 103
Bowman, Christopher 204, 103
Bowman, Linda 65, 160, 164, 180,
Boyd, Antoine J.
Boyd, Connie 91
Boyette, Debra 103
Bradford, George 91
Bradford, Marilyn 188, 103
Bradley, Shelia 188, 103
Bradley, Steven 91. 168, 206
Bradley, Yvonne 188, 103
Bragg, Kabhy 103
Branan, Bill 65, 154, 193, 194
Branch, Richard 204, 103
Brandt, Susan 148, 103
Bragg, Kathy 103
Breland, Dejuana 103
Breski, Skip 204
Brigham, Connie 167, 180, 103
Brigham, Karen 81, 180
Brooks, Brenda 65, 177, 178
Brooks, Deborah 91, 187
Brown, Cheryl Lynn 173, 103
Brown, Cynthia 91, 174
Brown, Nancy 91
Broyles, Bill 178
Brubaker, Jerry 81, 146, 180, 181
Brubaker, Lynn 10, 65, 148, 149,
151, 181, 180, 137, 132, 135, 61
Brubaker, Terry 81, 146, 180, 181
Buiner, Paula 81
Buinger, Daniel 92
Bryant, Lloyd 103
Buchanan, Gary 92
Burkett, Shelia 92, 186, 103
Burnette, James 204, 103
Burnham, James 188, 103, 105
Burns, Harry 103
Burrow, Jerald 103
Burt, Richard 171
Bush, Patricia 81, 160, 162, 173, 180
Bustamento, Charles 81
Byas, Gary 92
Calkins, Ronald 170, 204, 213, 103
Callahan, Daniel 103
Callahan, Deborah 92, 96, 177
Callahan, Linda Kay 65, 164, 177,
Camp, Darrell 188, 103
Campbell, Neil 92, 148, 168, 193,
Cannon. John 81, 170
Cantu, Diane 146, 188, 103
Caramia, Philip 146, 188, 103
Carlisle, John 171, 65
Carr, Melinda 103
Carr, Rebecca 92
Arthur 65, 168
Becky 92, 180
Carter, Randolph 170, 204, 103
Carter, Vicki 81, 183, 180, 163
Carter, Scott 92, 172
Casciola, Judy 92
Cassell, Deborah 65, 177, 178
Castillya, Francisca 92, 180
Catalano, Donald 81, 168, 206
Catalano, Linda 92, 175
Caudle, Janet 90, 91, 92, 165, 1
176, 177, 179, 180, 181, 182
Causey, Dawn 81
Cavanaugh, Michael 81, 152, 153,
Cavanaugh, William 92, 154
Chaffin, Kenneth 65, 85, 177, 178,
193, 194, 202, 120
Chalfant, Melvin 81
Chance, Edward 103
Chandler, Billy 92, 186
Chapman, Mary 103
Chapman, William 65
Charchio, Josie 81, 187
Childs, Becky 103
Chrisley, Dana 65, 176, 177, 178,
179,168, 193, 194
Chrisman, Cynthia 103
Christy, Brooke 81, 148, 168, 164,
Christy, Gilbert, 81, 154, 168
Clancy, Tara 65, 158
Clark, Linda 65
Clarke, Elizabeth 65, 72
Clayton, Janet 81, 167, 177
Clemens, Donna 92
Cloud, Alfred 92, 176, 177, 179, 192
Cobb, Beverly 103
Cobb, Dilda Jane
Cobb, James 103
Cochran, Care 81, 168
Cochran, Cynthia 92, 165, 186, 189
Cockerham, Beverly 92, 165
Cockrell, Vernon 92
Cow, Judith 103
Coffey, Marilyn 17, 65, 157, 176,
176, 179, 184, 185, 172, 178, 120,
51, 132, 135, 140, 141
Coggburn, Clarence 81
Coleman, Brenda 81, 169
Collier, Roy 104
Colvin, Charles 81, 192
Colvin, Denise 165, 180, 104
Comb, Catherine Ann 92, 175
Combs, Carl 65, 156, 160, 186
Comfort, Thomas 92, 154, 186, 193
Conner, David 81, 171
Conner, Pamela 104,
Conrad, Barbara 104
Connelius, Jack 104
Cook, David 81, 174
Cook, Dianne 66, 162, 164, 178, 183,
Cornelius, Thomas 7, 81, 213
Cosier, Marjorie 92, 165, 186
Coulson, Jeff 92
Coulson, Ritchie 66, 168, 193, 194
Counts, Vickie 104
Covell, Tina 104,
Covington, Judith 66, 83, 164, 177,
Cozine, Joyce 66, 164
Craig, Gregory 188, 104
Craig, Rexane 81. 169, 180, 182
Crawford, Karen 66
Crawford, Mary 104
Crouch, Kathy 104
Cruz, Robert 104
Cubley, Beverly 66, 67, 164, 178
Cubley, Carolyn 66, 177
Cubley, William 81
Cumbie, Larry 92
Cumbie, Robert 104
Cunningham, Terry 92, 154, 175
Davidson, Holly 161, 186
Daniel, Mike 66, 72, 154, 147, 158
148, 146, 168, 192, 139, 123
Darnell, Juanice 81, 165, 180, 183
Darnell, Roy 66, 158
Davis, Debbie Cherie 81, 128, 146
158, 184, 186, 132
Davis, Donald H. 66
Davis, Garry 81, 162
Davis, Georgie S. 66
Davis, Loretta 177, 104
Davis, Peggy 92, 177
Davis, Mike 66
Davison, Holly L. 92
Davitt, Stephen 81
Davis, Sue 66. 183, 229
Dees, Elizabeth Carol 173, 104
Dees, Lucius M. 92
Dehabermann, Glen D. 66, 75
Dehart, Janet 81, 83, 174
Denmon, Randy 81
Denmon, Wayne 104
Denton, Rebecca 81
Denton, Ruth Ann 104
Deville, Tina Marie 104
Diaz, Erin 92, 165, 180
Digilormo, Vicky 92
Dillon, Mary Ann 175, 104
Dolee, Mike 92, 187
Dollard, Angela M. 104
Dollard, Patricia 93
Doty, Mary 67
Douglas, James D. 93, 168, 192
Dowden, Barney 67, 171, 177, 178
Dowden, Cunthia 81, 177
Dowden, Eva E. 104
Dorvler, Robert M. 93
Downs, Tina 93, 98, 161
Drew, Margaret 93, 169
Drew, Virginia 81, 169
Dubee, Vicki 188, 104
Dubois, Eugene Carol 67
Duchemin, Denise 93
Duck, Kevin 81
Duenas, Cecilia 93
Dumas, Robert 93, 154, 175
Duncan, Peggy J. 67, 167, 183
Dunlop, Linda Kay 93, 165
Dunlop, Kelvin 81, 148, 154, 168
Dunlop. Sharon 74, 67, 148, 149
D 151, 160, 167, 180, 181,125, 137
urst, Madelyn 104, 110
Durst, Ronald C. 67, 172
Dworczyk, Mary Ellen 104
Dykes, Deborah Lynne 93, 167
Dykes, Gail Anne 104
Dyas, Jeffery 81
Eagle, Vickie 169, 104
Edelman, Pam 93
Edelman, Ron L. 68
Edwards. Brenda 68, 149, 150, 163,
166, 180, 136.137
Edward, Jack G. 93
Edwards, Pattie 104
Ellenburg, Theresa 82, 160, 162,
Elliott, Anita 82
Elliot, Glenda 68
Elliot, Ivy 93, 166, 177
Elliott. Mabry 82
Elliot, Sarah L. 188, 104
Elliott, Wayne 68, 206, 207
Ely, Garry 68
Emert, Sharon 68, 158, 166, 176,
177, 178, 136, 58
Emmons, Glenda 165, 184, 104
England, Marsha 165, 104
England, Michael 68
Enlow, Emma 93, 175, 186
Etheridge, Sharon 104
Evans, Connie D. 82, 174, 176, 177
Fahey. Phil 68, 156, 168, 193, 195
Fair, Melinda 93, 165, 187
Faith, Eddie Ray 177, 105
Falkner, David 82, 171
Falkner Kath 165 105
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Farley, Colleen 41, 68, 158, 148, 160,
Felts, Susan C. 105
Ferleto, Jo 82
Ferrell, Barbara 10, 68, 41, 149
160. 163, 142
Ferriter, Patti 82, 146, 163, 164,
165, 177, 176, 179, 180. 182
Ferriter, Terri 93, 177, 132
Festervan, Edith 68
Fetner, Rickey 82
Flanders, Paula 82, 160
Fleming, Linda 93, 165, 186
Fletcher, Mark 68, 156, 168, 171,
176, 178, 193, 195
Flowers, Linda Sue 82
Flowers, Givendolyn 105
Flowers, Robert 82, 171
Forbes, Barbara 93, 172
Forbes, Elizabeth 68, 178
Forbes, Robert 82, 170
Ford, Stanley 93, 170
Foster, John 93
Foster, Sharon 82
Fountain, Marsha 69, 158
Fowler, Mary 187
Fox, Diane 93. 186
Fox, Maicia Yvonne 82
Frame, Pamela Renee 93, 165, 176,
177, 179, 186, 189
Franklin, Clay Owen 204, 105
Franklin, Debra 82, 167, 177
Franklin, Robert 69, 171
Fredevck, George 174, 105
Fredenburg, Roberta 69, 164
Free, Doug 69
Freed, Sandra Jean
Freeman, Deborah 69, 177, 178
Freeman, Jill Marie 37, 165, 105
Freeman, Merri Beth 165, 105
Friday, Emilly 82
Friesen, Lana 90, 93, 161, 180
Friesen, Ricky 82, 154, 155, 162
Fuller, David 82
Fuller III, Jefferson 188, 105
Furlow, John Thomas 204, 105
Furr, Beverly 93, 148, 165, 186
Furr, Carolyn 69, 183
Gabriel, Pamela Lee 93
Gaines, Dennis M. 93, 154, 166
Galyon, Gail 173
Galyon, Margaret 82
Galyon, Sharon 82
Gardner, Susan 69, 169
Garlock, Robin 82
Garlock, Vickie 69
Gates, Cecilia 82
Gates, Celeste 69, 167
Gates, Nancy 93
Gautney, Jane 105
Gay, Carol 92, 165, 187
Gay, Robin 82, 160, 167
Gentry, Rickey 69, 154, 168
Gibbs, John 204, 102, 105
Gibson, Wayne 105
Gilbert, Pam 82, 183
Gilbert, Robert Keith 69, 154
Gilbert, Suzanne 129, 165, 180, 105
Gill, Carla 94
Gill, Robin 94, 183
Gilley, Grace 82, 183, 174
Gilley, Linda 94, 148
Gills, James 69, 79, 206, 207, 208,
Gilmer, Mike 69
Gilmer, Sita 105
Gipson, Ralph 105
Gleason, Kevin 83
Goad, Kayleen 105
Gobin, Jeanine 94
Golden, Kevin 105
Gordon, Dennis 94
Graham, Brenda 83
Graham, Connie 83
Graham Glenda 183, 105
Graham, Jo Ann
Graham, Mavreen 11, 69, 154, 160,
162, 175, 133, 135,140, 141
Graham, Michael John
Grammer, Lolis Jeanie 188, 105
Grammer, Mary 83
Granger, Bill 83, 154, 160, 162
Grant, Charlotte 83, 177
Grant, Jan 83, 165
Grappe, Linda 83
Graves, Kenneth 37, 69, 146, 156,
162, 186, 187, 134, 141
Graves, Whitley 94, 156, 187
Gray, Jerry 69, 148, 160, 186, 134
Green, Michael 94
Green, Wanda 70, 167
Gregston, Karen 94, 175
Griffin, James 94
Griffin, Teresa 70
Grosjean, Donna 70, 118, 148, 147,
128, 160, 186, 187, 189
Grosjean, Vickie 70, 149, 151, 158,
177, 178, 125
Grotzinger, James 70, 171
Grotzinger, Mary 83, 152, 165, 182,
Guess, Deborah 70, 162, 164, 143
Guillory, Darell 192, 195, 199, 202,
Guillory, Joyce 94, 175
Guillory Linda 70
Gurganus, Ben 46, 70
Gurganus, Dianne 94, 165
Guyton, John Michael 177, 213, 105
Hae, Troy 170
Haley, Linda 83, 177
Hall, Gary 70, 154, 186, 187, 134
Hall, John 70
Hall, Michael 187, 188, 105
Hammond, Mark 105
Handley, George 94
Hanna, Merle 94, 165, 180
Harbaugh, Beverly 94, 173
Harbaugh, Kim 70, 173
Hardy, Timothy 105
Hargrove, Debbie 105
Hargrove, Kathy 83
Harkey, Donna 80, 83, 86, 187
Harris, Catherine 94, 166
Harris, Charles 105
Harris, Donna 70, 128, 158, 163,
176, 177, 178,180, 181, 183, 58,
Harris, Ken 83, 168, 187, 192
Harrison, Carolyn 94, 186
Harrison, Daniel 83
Harrison, Harvey 91, 94
Hzirgnan, Roberta 94, 161, 175, 186,
Hartman, William '70
Hart, Billie Diane 105
Hziilgfille, Carolyn 70, 162, 164, 183,
Harville, Cheryl 105
Hasson, Sue 94, 180
Hawkins, Glenn 105
Hawkins, Shauna 94
Hawkins, Terry 83
Hawn, Judy 70, 164, 177, 178,133
Hayes, Christine 94
Hayes, Darlene 70, 177, 178
Hayes, Jan 94, 177, 180
Hays, John 83, 156, 186
Hayes, Travis 213, 106
Haynes, Steve 148, 168, 204, 205,
Haywald, Faylyn 106
Haywood, Charissa 94
Hearne, Debra 95, 165
Hearne, Ramona 83, 167, 177
Hedrick, Anita 83
Heins, Leslie 170
Helms, Robbie 95
Hennen, James 70, 152, 153
Henry, Debbie 129, 146, 152, 165
180, 106, 121 '
Hfirggy, Donna 95, 97, 152, 165, 180,
Henry, Glenda 83, 169
Herkert, Steve 83, 176, 177
Herndon, Steve 83
Heins, William 83
Herring, James 71
Hicks, Jeff 83
Hgghtower, Rhonna 71, 177, 178,
Hill Catherine 80, 83, 146, 160, 162,
Hines, Brenda 95
Hines, Debra 167, 106
Hines, Laura 71, 177, 178
Hobson, Linda 177, 106
Hodges, Cheryl 177, 106
Hoff, Linda 95
Hoff, Mary 95, 146, 152, 153, 165
Hoff, Karen 106, 133
Hoffpauir, Sharon 84
Hogan, Laura 71, 164, 180, 181, 183
Holstead, Kathleen 95, 165, 180
Hoover, Janet 82, 84
Hernbeak, Glenda 106
Horne, Robert 71
Horslhnann, Linda 48
Horton, Glen 84
Horton, Glen 84
Hounsell, Bob 106
Hounsel, Liz 41, 71, 129, 158, 177,
Housden, Tana 95
Howe, Karen 106
Howes, Thomas 95
Howington, Allie 188, 106
Huckabee, Debra 106
Huckstep, Janice 167, 180, 106
Huckstep, Janet 167, 175,180, 106
Hudson, David 2, 70, 71, 146, 149,
151, 162, 163, 193, 196, 225, 123,
Jordan, Colleen 71, 164, 176, 177,
Jordan, Alton 187
Joyner, Donna 84, 160, 162
Juarez, Antonio 204, 107
Judkins, Carol 95, 152, 173
Judkins, Robyn Jean 173, 107
Kalnasy, Jr., Andy 84
Karnes, Debbie 84, 165, 186, 189
Katsock, Michael 107
Kavenough, Mike 192
Keahey, Denise 172, 107
Keith Thomas W. 177, 107
Keller, Robert 71, 177, '178
Kellner, Terry 84, 156, 160, 187
Kelly, Linda 84, 165, 187
Kelly, Mark 188, 204, 107
Kelly, Paul 188, 204, 107
Kendall, Sara Jane 173, 107
Kendrick, Debbie 107
Hudson, William 95, 193, 196, 206
Humphrey, Cherie 106
Humphries, Debra 41, 71, 166, 176,
177, 178, 180, 182, 183
Hyde, Debra 106
lngram, Mike 71, 154, 162, 187, 134,
Irby, Bobbie Jean 106
Ivey, Clyde 106
Jackson, Barbara 71, 176, 177, 178,
Jackson, Edward 95, 154
Jackson, John 95
Jackson, Manuel 71
Jackson, Mauanne 95, 173
Jackson, Mike 71
Jackson, Narda 106
Jackson, Pam 71, 167
Jackson, Philip 95
Jackson Robert 15 84, 148, 149,
151, 152, 172, 137
James, Rebecca 84
Jarrett, Cindy 80, 84, 160, 174, 180,
Jernigan, Gloria 84, 162, 174
Jett, Roxann 106
Jiles, Diana 71, 167, 178, 177, 180
Johns, Lynn 95
Johnson Barry 95, 192
Johnson Bethany Jane 106
Johnson Brenda 107
Johnson Dannell 84, 160
Johnson Debbie 84
Johnson Eric 84, 168, 192, 196, 202,
106, 209, 121
Johnson, Kay 165, 188, 107
Johnson Louis 107
Johnson Mike 168, 192
Rhonda 95, 161, 165, 180
Johnsoni Robert 172, 176,177, 188,
Johnson Robert 84, 106
Johnson Walter 84, 146, 154, 163,
Jones, Alan 188, 204, 107
Jones, Ave Denise 95, 176, 177, 180
Jones, Debbie 95, 165, 180
Jones, Steve 71, 171
Jones, Patricia 71
Jones, Jr., Robert 204
Jones, Robin 107
Kendrick, Donna 84, 152, 174, 175,
Kendrick, Mike 96
Kendrick, Patty 71, 189
Kennemer, Phil 84
Kennington, Janice 107
Kennington, Karen 71, 158, 177,
178, 179, 183, 176
Kennington, Mike 84
Kerry, Donna 88, 169, 107
Kersh, Bill 84
Kilgore, Marjorie 164, 178, 107
Kimbrough, Kay 71, 177, 178, 141
Kilgore, Mary 71
Kilpatrick, Randy 84
Kimsey, Mark 84, 172
Kirgis, Cindy 96
Kirkman, Richard 84
Kleinertz, Dale 84
Kline, Liz 96, 165,
Kline, James 72, 158, 168, 187, 192
Knight, Jim 84, 171,154
Knook, Bruce 186
Koeppen, Lynda 96
Krasso, Bill 96
Koeppen, Kelvin 71, 171
Kubas, Gail 107
Kubas, Janet 96, 169
Kuhlemeier, Bob 96
LaForest, Eloise 177, 107
Lafitte, Carliss 165, 177, 180, 107
Joseph 96, 170
Laird, James 107
Laird, Mary 175, 107
Land, Terri 107
Landrum, Janice 84, 160, 180
Lane, Dale 96, 174
Langdon, Leslie 96, 165, 180
Langley, Jr., Boyce 84, 187
Langley, Cynthia 84
Langley, Richard 111
Lanham, Karen 107
Lanzillotti, Vic 64, 72, 149, 151, 155
134, 140, 121
LaPlante, Ramona 84, 167, 177
Larkin, Colleen 96, 165, 180
Larkin, Pat 84, 169, 170
Lawer, Debbie 85
Laster, Paul 72, 156, 177, 178
Lattier, Donna 85, 128,
Lesilar, David 72
Lesikar, Robert 204, 107
Lebsack, Sally 72
Lebsack, Scott 85
Lee, Ralph 96, 187
Lehnertz, Carla 85, 160,
Lewis, Joey 186, 187
Linton, Mike 72, 8, 74, 193, 197
LePage, James 96
Lewis, Brenda 72, 133
Lewis, Cynthia 85, 177
Lewis, Nan 96, 146, 152, 180, 181
Lichtenhan, Barbara 107
Lindsey, Brenda 85
Lindsey, Mary 96
McClelland, Joan 85, 177
McCommon, Lynne 97
McConathy, Mike 148, 168, 204
McConnell, Don 188, 108
McCormack, Robert 97
McCormack, William 108
McCoy, Patrick David 97, 172
McCoy, Sonny 188, 108
McDoniel, Gary 188, 108
McElwee, Yvonne 72, 160, 176, 177,
McGee, Dale 148, 170, 204, 108
McGee, Steve 108
McGowen, Danny 97, 187
McHenry, Susan 73, 146, 155, 158,
186, 187, 189, 58
Lindsey, Steve 72, 171
Livingston, James 72, 134
Livingston, Patty 107
Loockwood, Gail 165, 180, 107
Loockwood, Glen 96
Lodestro, Sandra 165, 188, 107
Lombardino, Bruce 96
Long, Don 188, 107
Long, Jerry 107
Long, Karl 107
Long, Terry 85
Long, Marquerite 107
Longoria, Tony 96, 156, 157, 187
Looney, Gary 85
Lovelady, Susan 96
Loughner, Susan 172, 107
Love, Brenda 34, 188, 107
Lykes, Karen 165, 107
Lowe, Barbara 37
Lyons, Pamela 107
Lyons, Nancy 96
Luckette, Gail 85, 167
Lunceford, Debbie 85
Luter, Kevin 16, 72, 154, 58, 134
Maddux, Peggy 85, 163, 180, 183
Magill, April 85, 96, 180
Magil, Cissi, 85, 177, 180
Malone, Peggy 85
Mangham, Sammy 85
Mann, David 108
Manning, Marsha 96, 161, 86
Marckres, Linda 85, 160, 162, 169,
Marden, Robert 96, 168
Marion, Neal James 85
Marion, Wayne Alan 97
Markham, George 72, 171
Marsiglia, Charles 98, 177, 192
Marsiglia, Philip 177, 108
Martim, Jack 72, 171
Martin, Sheri 183, 108
M9-SG, Mary 85, 167
Massullo, Robert 108
Mathis, Mallorie 172, 188, 108
Mathis, Mary 108
Mathis, Mike 97, 172, 186
Mzitgtgiews, Vanessa 97, 161, 165,
Mattingly, Jerry 85
Maxcy, Robert 97
May, James 108, 111
Mayes, Rickie 108
McBride, Kathy 97, 165
McCallister, Kathy 167, 180, 108
McCardle, Debbie 72, 164, 178, 183
McClanahan, Rick 172 1
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McKenna, Vivien 73, 164
McKenzie, Michelle 97 , 165
McKibben, Leslie 97
McKinney, Barry 85, 177
McKinney, Dana 97
McKinney, Roger 108
McKnight, Laura 169, 188, 108
McMillan, Debra 86
McMullen, Robert 97
McQuary, Lisa 97
Mentencik, Lawrence 108
Mentencik, Peter 108
Messier, Cathy 86, 160, 162, 174,
Meunier, Steve 108
Miller, Connie 86
Miller, James 86, 174
Miller, Jamie 97, 165
Mills, Gary 86, 160
Mitchell, Anita 86, 177
Mitchell, Denise 86
Mitchell, Laura 90, 93, 97, 129, 161,
Mizell, Debbie 148, 188, 108
Mizell, Sandra 147, 152, 153, 160,
164, 176, 177, 178, 180, 183, 137
Monismith, David 171, 108
Montes, Sylvia 97
Moore, Clarence 86, 192
Moore, Marvia 108
Moore, Mike 86
Moore, Patricia 7, 97
Moore Patty 98, 165, 183
Moore, Terry 73, 148, 158, 164
Morgan, Alan 10, 86, 156, 157
Morgan, Mark 170, 205, 108
Morgan, Mel 86, 168
Morgan, Randy 97
Morgan, Regina 95, 97, 165, 187
Morris, Kris 86, 167, 180
Morris, Lutlu 97 , 108
Morris, Sharla Beth 97
Morrison, Mike 97
Morrow, Cathy 86, 87, 15
180, 182, 137
Moser, Jim 98
Moser, Magaret 180, 108
Mosley, Sheri 165, 109
Mossullo, Bob 204
Mrozek, Jane 98
Mudd, Ricky 175
Murphy, James 86
, Martha 73, 184, 185, 187,
2, 160, 174,
Murray, Linda 47, 86, 177
Murray, Robert 109
Murray, William 109
Navage, Mike 86, 168, 183
Nelson, John E. 73
Nelson, Kathy 86, 183
Nelson, Terry 109
Nesbitt, Arlinda 98
Nicolo, John 109
Nixon, Paula 73, 163, 164, 166, 183
Nock, Bruce 98
Nock, Mike 98
Nordin, Mark 109
Norton, Ellen 98, 165
Noziglio, C. David 14, 73, 160, 162,
Nuckolls, Craig 86
O'Neill, Bobby 73
O'Neill, Ruby 98
Ogle, Sharon 73, 167, 177, 178
Ogletree, Joe 109
Ogletree, Robert 98
Oliver, Peggy 152, 165, 109
Olson, Linda Jean 98, 174
Olson, Randene 86, 176, 177
Opperman, Don 86
Opperman, Steve 97
Otto, Karen 86, 88, 163, 165, 180
Outlaw, Mike 98, 154, 168, 176, 177,
Outlaw, Pat 46, 154, 158, 58
Ouzts, Charlotte, 109
Owens, Garry 86
Owens, Myra E. 74, 176, 177, 178
Owens, Patricia S6
Paine, Deborah 179, 176, 177, 98,
Palmer, Rita 98
Papageorge, John 148, 168, 204,
Parker, Pam 98
Parks, Brenda 177, 178
Parks, Charles 86
Parton, Floyd 86, 154
Pate, Mike 98
Patrick, Donna 188, 109
Patton, Candy 98, 177
Patton, Ronnie 188, 109
Payne, Ann 74, 177, 178
Payne, Kay Donna 99
Peck, John 99
Pencek, Ronald 74, 134
Pepin, Kathryn 109
Pepin, Liz 74, 75, 175, 180, 182
Perdue, James 74
Perdue, Paul 86
Perez, Joe 99
Petty, Larry 47, 86, 206
Phelps, Theresa 109
Phillips, Debra 109
Phillips, Ray 74
Phillips, Zoronia 173, 109
Piazza, Pat 86, 88, 146, 160, 164,
187, 165, 162
Pierrelee, Janine 99, 187, 165
., 1 'th,
Ragsdale, Sammie 75, 99, 169 Sather, Edvx ard 87, 160, 154,162 Sml
Pilcher, Ronnie 86
Pittman, Ken 99
Pittman, Barry 109
Pizzolato, Danny 99
Pizzolato, Victor 99
Pollard, Thomas 109
Ponder, Julie 109
Pooler, Ken 99
Poole, Alana 96, 99, 165, 180
Poor, Jamie 74, 166, 180
Poor, Kristy 165, 180, 109
Pope, Sharon 109
Preble, Frances 74, 75, 180, 182
Preble, Mary 99, 175
Prentice, Lee 165
Prevett, Karen 75, 164, 177
Price, Roger 75, 171, 177, 178
Prince, Ken 99, 101
Propst, Raymond 109
Prothro, Jimmy 204, 205, 188, 109
Purvis, Keith 87
Putman, Clarke 159
Quickel, David 99, 192
Quinn, Sharon 165, 180, 109
Ragsdale, Pam 149, 151, 158, 137,
Raines, Betty 109
Raines, Debra 99, 165
Raines, Dale 99, 154, 155, 161, 186
Raines, Glenn 75
Rainwater, Ben 75
Rainwater, Debbie 87
Rainwater, Vickie 99
Raley, Bob 176, 177, 178, 179
Ralph, Mary Ann 109
Randall, Randy 87, 187
Ratcliff, Jackie 99
Ratcliff, Janice 175, 109
Ray, Tommy 87
Reed, Mike 87, 154,193
Reed, Nancy 109
Reed, Roberta 109
Reese, Barbara 109
Reeves, Cynthia 87
Reese, Dan 99
Reese, Don 99
Reeves, Linda 110
Reeyes, Ernes 204, 110
Remedies, Ted 99
Reno, Carolyn 110
Reynolds, Marsha 87
Reynolds, Phillip 87
Rich, Debra 110
Rich, Karen 165, 188, 110
Richards, Robert 75, 186
Richards, Timothy 99
Richardson, Rita 180, 110
Riechman, David 87
Riemer, Mike 110
Roberts, Pam 99, 158
Roberts, Pat 99, 175, 192, 197
Roberts, Mike 192
Roberts, William 87
Robinette, Jimmy 87
Robinson, Mary 75, 140, 141
Robinson, Pete 99, 193, 206
Rodgers, Georgie 188, 110
Rodgers, Jimmy 75, 177, 178
Rodgers, Mary 87, 169
Rohner, Mary 173, 110
Rosalie, Mike 87, 170
Ross, Bob 74, 168, 192, 197
Ross, Linda 167
Rossley, Honora 75, 183
Rostamo, Gary 75
Ruiz, Linda 99
Runa, Dennis 99
Runa, Gary 75, 160, 162, 171
Russell, Jeff 99
Sale, Dale 204, 104, 110
Samuel, Ray 75
Sanders, Larry 76
Sanders, Robert 76, 172, 177, 178
Sandifer, James 99
Sanford, Dalton 87
Sanford, Larry 99, 206, 208, 211,
Santoro, John 110
Santoro, Charlotte 146, 152, 165,
Santoro, Paulette 87, 148, 152, 165,
137, 180, 181
Sarrett, John 87
Sather, Debbie 99, 152, 161, 173,
Saucedo, Carman 110
Sawyer, Kitty 172, 180, 110
Scarborough, Linda 87, 183, 186
Schartman, Mike 110
Schavrien, Randy 99, 186
Scheen, Cynthia 76, 176, 158, 178,
Scheen, Janet 87, 146, 147, 148, 160,
Schwiezer, Kathy 110
Schweitzer, Gary 76
Scorsone, Connie 76, 164
Scoisone, Debbie 99, 165
Scott, Anna 87
Scott, Burtis 87
Scott, Steven 99, 154, 168, 187, 193,
Scotto, Dennis 87, 168, 186, 193, 198
Scroggins, Karen G. 87, 165, 186
Seal, Dana 99, 169
Seale, Dedra 152, 165, 180, 110
Seale, Paul Mike 11, 70, 76, 154,
168, 192, 198, 118, 122, 141
Seger, William 99
Seitz, Jerome 110
Selegman, Cheri 165
Sergeant, Mike 110
Serio, Linda 99, 146, 161
Serio, Lucille 87, 167, 177
Serwich, Susan 110
Sewell, Larrie 76, 116, 176
Shackelford, Eugene 89, 168, 206,
208, 209, 210, 211, 212
Shackelford, Sandra 165, 110
Shannon, Michael 88
Shatto, Betty 88, 160
Shavrien, Steven 110
Shaw, Dieter 110
Shaw, James 188, 110
Shelly, Pam 186, 169, 88
Shelton, Carl 99
Shepherd, Pam 88
Sherrer, John 88
Shipp, Barry 36, 86, 88, 162, 168,
186, 193, 196, 198
Shirley, Michael 99, 186
Sholar, Rebecca 165, 110
Shores, Michael 175
Shorie, Frank 204, 110
Shows, Jimmy 76, 152, 153, 176
Silas, Cindy 41, 76, 149, 151, 168,
183, 137, 58
Simmons, Carolyn 38, 88, 160, 162
174, 180, 182
Simmons, Lester 177, 110
Skraback, Kay 99
Slack, Terry 168, 113, 110
Brad 100, 192, 121
Cindy 152, 146, 160, 176, 177
178, 180, 181, 136, 137, 51
Smith, Deborah 76, 159
Smith, Diana 111
Smith, Diane 88
Smith, Gary 14, 64, 70, 76, 67, 85,
151, 149, 154, 193, 196, 198, 203
168, 146, 116, 117,140, 141
Smith, Glenn 100, 154
Smith, James 100
Smith, Kenneth 100, 193, 199
Smith, Kenneth 76,158, 168
Smith, Lula 111
Smith, Martin 111
Smith, Mary 111
Smith, Monica 111
Smith, Peggy 173, 111
Smith, Sarah 100, 129, 146, 149,
Smith, Sheila 188, 111
Snyder, Sally 111
Sour, Robbie 111
Spataro, Debra 100, 165
Spataro, Mark 88
Spearman, Patti Kay 100, 180
Speed, Thomas 88, 171
Spence, Brady 111
Spencer, Lorah Arlene 88, 180
Spencer, Novella 100, 165, 180
Spradling, Conrad 111
Spruill, Rosalind 88
Stamm, Louis 100, 170
Stanly, James 76, 156, 168, 209, 210,
Starnes, Wayne 88
Steele, Linda 111
Steele, Michael 83, 88, 111
Starks, Tim 100
Steger, Elizabeth 111
Stengel, William 100, 171
Stephens, Jimmy 100
Stevens, Kenny 204, 111
Stevens, Pam 88, 167, 180
Stewart, Bobbie 111
Stillwell, Becky .
Stock, Terry 204
Stokley, Sharron 76, 159
Stoll, Christie 111
Stoll, Sherry 100, 148, 186
Stomski, Sandra 111
Strange, Debbie 180, 111
Strange, James 163, 88, 167, 172,
Strickland, LaDonna 100
Stromatt, Carolyn 111
Stroope, Samuel 7, 76, 168, 171
stumpf, Silvia 76, 177,178 247
Sturdivant, Denise 36, 88
Sullivan, Gay 111
Sullivan, Gene 111
Sullivan, Judy 111
Sumerall, Jerry 100
Swanson, Bennett 109
Swanson, Robin 76, 152, 167, 177,
Swearengin, Gary 76
Swearengin, Linda 100, 146, 165,
Sweeney, Vicki 88, 175
Sylvester, Steve 76, 168, 193, 200
Syptak, Mark 100, 154, 161
Talley, Cheryl 112
Talley, Lynne 100
Tarver, Debbie 88, 180
Tarver, Jan 165, 180, 112
Tatum, Judy 88, 165, 184, 187, 143
Louise 165, 188, 112
Bruce Edward 112
Taylor, Donald W. 100
Taylor, Gary 168, 170, 112
Taylor, Jerry 88
Taylor, John 88
Taylor, Mark 88, 170
Taylor, Mike 188, 204, 112
Taylor, Shirley Jean 100
Taylor, Steve 112
Taylor, Tracy 88
Teekell, Diane 76, 163, 164, 177, 178,
Tennyson, Kathy 100
Terrell, William D. 112
Thames, Ronald 100
Thibodeaux, Cathy 76
Thibodeaux, Jo 100
Thibodeaux, Linda 112
Thielmier, Gary 112
Thomas, Angie 100, 148, 165, 187
Thomas, Barbara 100
Thomas, Becky 88, 167, 180
Thomas, Charlie 100
Thomas, Debbie 100, 148, 165, 186
Thomas, Kenny 76
Thomas, Minnie C. 112
Underwood, Sharon 77
Underwood, Vicki 89
Usrey, Lyndell 100
Vanlandingham, Sharon 100
Vaughn, David 36, 77, 70, 127, 146,
147, 154, 153, 162, 118,124, 58,
Vaughn, Julia 77
Vaughn, Sherry 100, 165
Veal, Ronnie 204, 112
Veiga, Cathy 100
Vergo, Virginia 89, 167
Vinz, Gregory 89, 156, 112
Viola, Jim 100
Viola, Kenny 100
Viviano, Barbara 100, 165
Voigtlander, Sharon 165, 112
Wachtel, Julia 165, 177, 180, 112
Wade, Brenda 100, 165
Wade, Eugene T. 188, 112
Wade, James David 188, 122
Walker, Connie 100, 169, 180
Walker, Lili 77, 159, 141
Wall, Fred 89
Wallace, James 101, 193
Wallace, Vanessa 101
Wallesverd, Richard 7, 77, 171
Walls, Robert 77, 171,
Walsh, Kathryn 173, 112
Walsh, Larry 101
Walsh, Mike 160, 162, 89
Ward, Cynthia 101, 165
Ward, Mike 188, 112
Warner, Mark Kendall 168, 171,
Warner, Steve 77
Warner, Travis 101, 112
Watkins, Randy 101, 156
Wheeler, William R. 101
Whitaker, George 205, 112
Whitaker, Martha L. 101
Whitchard, Jerry 112
White, David 112
White, Debbie 78, 176, 177, 89, 179,
White, Janice 89, 177
White, Sandra 113
Whitener, Carroll 101
Whitesel, Fred 101
Whitesel, Robert 89
White, Don 101, 192
Whitten, John 89
Whorton, Mary Ann 188, 113
Wilbanks, Sherry 113
Wilhelm, John 89, 172
Wilhelm, Mary 172, 113
Wilkerson, Jimmy 101
Wilkins, Diane 78, 133
William, Dusty 180
Williams, Jim 3, 204, 148, 168,
213, 109, 113, 121
Williams, Joe 89, 154, 168, 193, 199
Williams, John 78, 171
Williams, Johnny 113
Williams. Judy 78, 128, 167, 177,
178, 131, 121
Williams, Marilyn 101, 175
Williams, Martha 101
Williams, Ralph 101
Williams, Wanda 78
Williford, Paula 79, 177, 178
Williford, Randy 188, 113
Willis, Robin 113
Thomas, Randall 88
Thompson, Jody 88
Thompson, Richard 76
Thorn, Sheila 120, 186
Thornhill, Gary 89
Thornhill, Ronnie 89
Tidwell, Bobby 89, 168, 192, 199,
Tippett, Ellen 90, 100, 146, 169
Todd, Linda 89
Tollison, Charles D. 112
Tollison, Vicki 112
Tomarchio, John 89
Watson, Bobby 89
Watson, Carol 101, 169
Watson, Charles 77, 168, 188
Watson, Charles D. 112
Watson, Charles P. 112
Watson, Edward 101, 156, 192
Watson, Paula 77
Watson, Roxann 101, 187
Watson, Susan 112
Watson, Terry 89
Wilson, Diane 89, 147, 148, 150,
163,164, 165, 182, 188, 137
Wilson, Kathy 101
Wilson, Pamela 113
Windham, Albert 188, 113
Windham, Mary S. 101
Winham, Nancy 79, 160, 164
Winkler, Bill 79, 192, 199
Winkler, Jan 180, 113
Winner, John 101
Woodard, Johnny 101
Wooden, Douglas 101
Woodrum, Theresia 113
Woods, James 113
Woods, Jerry 101
Wrege, Steven 113
Wren III, Charles
Wren, Ginx 148, 204, 102, 113
Watts, Beth 12, 77, 173
Watts, John 188, 112
Weathersby, Sherrie 89
Weathersby, Tommy 112
Weaver, Judy 101
Webb, Susie 101, 180, 165
Karen 89, 167
Wright, Becky 67, 79, 146, 184, 185,
Wright, David 101, 156, 187
Wright, Debbie 113
Wright, Judith 146, 165, 188, 113
Tooke, Alva Nicky 100, 186
Karen 100, 180
Tullier, Cecilia 100, 167, 183
Tullier, Margaret 112
Tuminello, Vince 100
Turnage, Pat 89, 77
Turner, Debbie 89, 160, 175
, Patsy 89
, Terry 173, 112
Weber, Keith 112
Weisel, Pat 78, 148, 152, 158, 175,
Weiss, Betty 112
Weiss, Mary 89, 177, 169
Welch, Glenda 89
Welch, Melanie 89, 152, 174
, Tommy 148, 188, 112
Wells, Becky 89, 183
Lois Elizabeth 112
West, Debbie 89, 174
Turner, Wade Moody 112
Underwood, 0. L. 77, 171
Wheeler, Dana 78, 164, 178
Wheeler, Debbie D. 89
Wheeler, Georgia K. 101, 158, 180
Wheeler, Henry 89, 171
Wheeler, Karen 74, 78, 181, 58, 133
Wright, Patti 113
Wright, Terry 156, 186, 141
Wyatt, Pat 3, 37, 67, 64, 79, 119,
155, 160, 162, 187, 189, 134
Wynn, Dave 101
Yates, Pam 101, 187
Young, Cathy 175, 113
Young, Jacquette 113
Young, Mark 101
Zator, Franky 188
Zator, Jack 79, 158, 168, 176, 177,
178, 187, 192, 194, 200
Zimmer, Stephanie 101
Zimmer, Thomas 172, 175, 204, 113
SANDRA KAY ALCORN Pep
Squad 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 25 Beauty
Pageant 1, Future Homemakers of
America 4, Choir 4.
LAUREL BETH ALEXANDER
Transfer Student CSeniorj
CHERYL ALLEN Transfer
DAVID STEPHEN ALLEN . . .
Transfer 3 Student fSophomoreJ
Band 2, 3, 4, Photo Club 4.
PENNY AMBROSE Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Treasurer 1,
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Drum Corps 33
Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Reporter 4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Office
PAUL WARREN ANDERSON
Spanish Club 15 Basketball 3, 4.
RUTH AREHART Y-Teens 1,
Future Homemakers of America 2,
3, Historian 2, Secretary 3, Pep
Squad 2, 3, DECA 4.
DENISE ANNE AUCHTER . .
Transfer Student CSeniorJ.
BECKY SUE BALE Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Pep Squad 1,
2, 3, Drum Corps 33 Concert Choir
Accompanistg Band 3, 4, Majorette
45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Mu
Alpha Theta 3, 4, Secretary, Treas-
urer 4, Alternate to Pelican State
VENIDA GAYE BARKER -...
Band 1, 2, 3, Majorette 2, 3,
Student Council 2, 3, Chaplain 3,
President! of Junior Class, Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4g Pres-
ident of DECA, 4, Pelican State
BARBARA DIANE BARKSDALE
Freshman Class President,
Freshman Favorite, Student Coun-
cil Representative 1, 2, 3, Parlia-
mentarian 3, Homecoming Maid 1,
2, Queen 45 Stage Band 1, Band lg
Top 13 in Beauty Pageant 1, 2, 3,
Second Runner-up 45 FBLA 2,
Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, 4g
Quill XL Scroll 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Concert Choir
'Pianist 33 Forensic Club 3, 4,
Yearbook Ad Staff 3, 4, Pelican
State Delegate 4, Outstanding
Teenager of America Nominee 4,
Senior Class Secretary, Interact
Sponsor 4, Miss AHS 4, Optimist
Club t'Pat-Em-On-The-Back" Award
CLAUDIA KAY BARTRAM . . .
FHA 3, 4, Songleader 45 Pep Squad
3 5 Choir 4.
VICKI BERGER Transfer Stu-
dent fJuniorj Pep Squad 3, Y-
Teens 3, 4, Yearbook Ad Staff 45
Office Girl 4.
LINDA SUE BOWMAN
Transfer Student fFreshmanj Pep
Squad 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Drum
Corps 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Beta Club
3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4.
LYNN BRUBAKER . .. Student
Council 1, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Lt.
Col. 45 Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Pelican
State Delegate 45 Quill and Scroll
43 Top 13 in Beauty Pageant 4.
BIL BRANAN Transfer Stu-
dent fSeniorJ Foot'ball 1, 4, In-
tramural Basketball 4.
JOHN W. CARLISLE Trans-
fer Student fFreshmanJ Interact
Club 2, 35 3rd place in Craftsman
Fair at Northwestern, Intramural
Basketball 3, 4, Industrial Arts
DEBBIE CASSELL FHA 39
TARA LYNN CLANCY
Transfer Student fJuniorJ French
Club 2, Forensic Club 4, Beauty
CARL EDDIE COMBS Trans-
fer Student CFreshmany Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Interact Club 2, 3, 4, Board
of Directors 3, Secretary 4, Beta
Club 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4,
Junior Lieutenant in Band, Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
DIANNE COOK Y-Teens 1, 3,
4, Treasurer 4, JML 2, Mu Alpha
Theta 4, Pep Squad 2, 4, Choir 3,
4, Beta Club 3, 4, Sophomore Class
Vice-President, Office Girl 4,
Northwestern Rally 3, National
Honor Society 3, 4.
RITCHIE RONN COULSON . . .
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1,
Baseball 2, 3, 4, FCA 2, 3, 4.
JUDITH ELAINE COVINGTON
Transfer Student fFreshmanJ
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1,
Yearbook and Newspaper Ad Staff
2, 3, Beauty Pageant 2, Pep Squad
2, 3, Junior Achievement 3, 4,
Treasurer of the Year 3, Choir 4,
Office Girl 4.
JOYCE COZINE Pep Squad
2, 3, Drum Corps 3, Y-Teens 2, 3,
Treasurer 3, Chaplain 4.
KAREN CRAWFORD . . . Pep
Squad 1, Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Choir 4.
BEVERLY ANN CUBLEY . ..
Student Council 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,
4, Beauty Pageant 1, Choir 3, 4,
Pep Squad 3, Beta Club 3, Cheer-
MICHAEL E. DANIEL Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4,
Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentar-
ian 4, Student Council 1, 2, 4,
Sophomore Class President, Sopho-
more Class Favorite, FCA 1, 2, 3,
4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4,
Forensic Club 3, 4, Outstanding
Teenager Nominee 4, National
Honor Society 4, Senior Play Stage
Manager, Lead Musical 4.
GEORGE SUE DAVIS . . . Trans-
fer Student, Office Girl 4.
MARY ELAINE DOTY . . . Y-
Teens 1, Pep Squad 3, Choir 4.
SHARON LYNN DUNLOP
Y-Teens 1, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4,
Captain 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Historian
4, Beta Club 3, 4, Secretary of Beta
Club 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Basket-
ball Queen 4, Quill KL Scroll 4.
RONALD DURST . . . Transfer
Student fFreshmanl Photographic
Club 3, 4, President 3, 4.
BRENDA LUTICIA EDWARDS
Student Medical Association 1,
Y-Teens 1, 3, Parliamentarian 1,
Midsouth Delegate 1, Pep Squad 1,
2, 3, Program Committee 3, 4, JML
2, President, Yearbook Staff 3, 4,
Leadership Delegate to LSU Baton
Rouge 3, FBLA 3, 4, President 4,
Quill Sz Scroll 4, Choir 4.
SHARON EMERT FHA 1,
Forensic Club 3, 4, President 4,
Musical 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Drum
Corps 3, Concert Choir 4, Leader-
ship Conference LBLA 4, Senior
Play Cast, Leading Role.
MICHAEL ENGLAND Band 1,
2, Tennis Club 2, Forensic Club 3,
Intramural Basketball 3.
PHILLIP DAVID FAHEY . . .
Transfer Student fJuniorJ Foot-
ball 1, 2, 4, Interact Club 2, 4.
COLLEEN FARLEY Band 1,
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 1, 2,
Library Assistant 1, Spirit Chair-
man 2, Beta Club 3, 4, Concert
Choir 4, Forensic Club 4.
BARBARA ANN FERRELL
Transfer Student Uuniorj Beta
Club 3, 4, National Honor Society
4, Business Manager of Yearbook
KATHY FESTERVAN Cre-
ative Writing Club 3.
MARK EDWIN FLETCHER .. .
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, FCA 1, 2, 3, 4,
Bulletin Chairman 4, Track 1,
Interact 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basket-
ball 3, 4, Choir 4.
ROB FRANKLIN . . . Transfer
Student Industrial Arts Club 4,
Intramural Basketball 4.
ROBERTA FREDENBURG . . .
Transfer Student Uuniorj Pep
Squad 3, Y-Teens 4.
DOUGLAS HARRY FREE .
Newspaper 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
DEBORAH W. FREEMAN
Transfer Student Choir 4.
MARSHA JEAN FOUNTAIN
Transfer Student Uuniorj Na-
tional Honor Society 4, Forensic
Club 4, Member of play "His and
Hers" 4, Director of "Lottery" 4,
Northwestern Rally 4.
CAROLYN FURR . . . Y-Teens 1,
2, 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3, Office Girl
4, National Honor Society 4.
SUSAN GARDNER French
Club 1, 2, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, JML
RICKEY BRENT GENTRY . ..
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,
Track 1, Tennis 1, 2, 3, FCA 1, 2,
3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Student Coun-
cil 3, Key Club 4.
ROBERT KEITH GILBERT
Football 1, 3, Intramural Basket-
ball 4, Intramural Football 3,
Forensic Club 4, Key Club 4.
MAUREEN GRAHAM Trans-
fer Student fSophomorej Beta
Club 3, 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, President of National Honor
Society 4, Delegate to Pelican
State 3, Mu Alpha Theta 4, Key
Club Sponsor 4, Library Club 4,
Top 13 in Beauty Pageant 4.
GRAVES, JR. . .. Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Lieutenant 4, Interact Club 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Vice-President 3, Mu
Alpha Theta 3, 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Stage Band 4,
Delegate to Boys' State 4, Student
Council Senator 4.
JERRY LYN GRAY . . . Band 1,
, Library Club 1, Tennis
, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Delegate
to Boys' State 4, Stage Band 4, and
Intramural Basketball 4.
2, 3, 4
WANDA GREER Future
Homemakers of America 1, 2, 3, 4,
FHA Treasurer 2, FHA Vice-
President 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, Miss
Clerical Practice 4.
DONNA KAY GROSJEAN
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band Sweetheart 4, Senior Band
Lieutenant 4, Student Council Rep-
resentative 3, 4, Student Council
Treasurer 43 Majorette 3, 43 Beta
Club 3, 43 Best Citizen 43 Interact
Sponsor 43 Beauty Pageant 4.
VICKIE GROSJEAN Y-Teens
1, 2, 33 Band 1, 23 Forensic Club
43 Yearbook Staff 43 Office Girl 33
Pep Squad 33 Choir 43 Beauty
Pageant 2, 43 Musical fChoirJ 43
Quill and Scroll 43 Class Favorite
33 Homecoming Maid3 Jamboree
JAMES ANTHONY GROTZING-
ER SMA lg Spanish Club 23
Photography Club 43 Industrial
Arts Club 43 Intramural Basketball
DEBBIE GUESS Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, 43 Choir 33 Band 13 Mu Alpha
Theta Club 4, National Honor
DARRELL J . GUILLORY . . .
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 33
Basketball lj FCA 1, 2, 3.
LINDA FAY GUILLORY .. .
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Beauty Pageant.
GARY WAYNE HALL Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant 1, 2, Wind
Ensemble 3, Band Captain 43
Creative Writing Club 13 Tennis 1,
2, 3, 4g Key Club 2, 3, 43 Beta Club
33 Pelican State Delegate 3.
DONNA KAY HARRIS . .. Choir
2, 43 Senior Play Cast3 Musical
Cast 43 Forensic Club 43 Pep Squad
33 Year Book Ad Staff 43 Y-Teens
13 Homecoming Maid 1, 2, 3, 4g lst
Runner-up Beauty Pageant 1, 3,
Most! Beautiful 4.
MIKE HARTMAN DECA Club
43 French Club 4.
CAROLYN ELAINE HARVILLE
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi--
dent, Outstanding Y-Teen 2, Presi-
dent, Outstanding Y-Teen 3, Out-
standing Senior High Y-Teen, 3,
President of Y-Teens 4, Caddo-
Bossier Vice-President 4, State
Program Director 43 Northwestern
Scholastic Rally 1, 23 Pep Squad 33
National Honor Society 3, 43 Mu
Alpha Theta 43 Office Girl 4.
JUDY ELAINE HAWN Y-
Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Office Girl ls
Beauty Pageant 1, 2, 3, Top 13
Finalists 43 Dance Team 33 Choir
DARLENE LYNN HAYES
Transfer Student Choir 4.
JAMES WILLIAM HENNEN
Newspaper Staff 43 FBLA 2, 3,
JIM HERRING Newspaper
Staff 1, Sports Reporter3 Spanish
Club 23 DECCA Club 4.
RHONDA G. HIGHTOWER
Transfer Student fFreshmanJ Pep
Squad 23 Northwestern Rally in
American Literature 33 French 3.
LAURA DIANE HOGAN
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 1, 2, 43
Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad
2, 33 Musical Cast 4.
LIZ HOUN SELL . . . Transfer
from Huntsville High Football
Sweetheart3 Sec. of Forensic Club.
DAVID WAYNE HUDSON
FCA 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43
Basketball 1, 2, 33 Scholastic
Award Football 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3,
43 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 43 Key Club
23 National Honor Society 3, 43
Student Council Senator 4g Track
DEBRA HUMPHRIES Trans-
fer Student fSophomorej Pep
Squad 2, 3, 43 Drum Corps 43 Choir
3, 413 FBLA 4, Miss FBLA 43 Office
MICHAEL J. INGRAM Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 43 Band
Lieutenant 23 Tennis 2, 3, 43
Creative Writling Club 1, 23 Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 43 Mu Alpha
Theta 3, 43 President of Mu Alpha
Theta 43 Louisiana Boys' State 33
Braniac 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA JACKSON . . . Trans-
fer Student fFreshmanJ JML 23
Choir 3, 43 Office Girl 3, 4.
PAMELA F. JACKSON FHA
3, 4, Treasurer 4.
DIANA LOUISE JILES FHA
3, 43 Pep Squad 43 Choir 4.
STEVEN MICHAEL JONES
Band 1, 2, 33 Industrial Arts Club
COLLEEN JORDAN Transfer
Student fJuniorJ Pep Squad 33
KAREN J. KENNINGTON
Pep Squad 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens 1,
2, 33 Girls Choir 1, 3, 43 Yearbook
Ad Staff 33 Forensic Club 4.
MARY L. KILGORE . . . Pep
Squad 33 Choir 43 Y-Teens 4.
JAMES KLINE . .. Track 13 Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 1, 2, 33 Tennis
1, 2, 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Intramural
Basketball 3, 43 FCA 3, 43 Forensic
Club, Parliamentarian 4.
KEVIN MICHAEL KOEPPEN .. .
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Intramural
Basketball 43 Football lg President
Industrial Arts Club 4.
VICTOR FRANCIS LANZILLOT-
TI Track 1, 43 Baskebtall 1,
2, 33 Band 13 Key Club 2, 3, 4,
President 3, 43 FCA 23 Student
Council Representative 23 National
Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 43
Mu Alpha Theta 33 Class Favorite
3, 4, Senior Class Vice-President.
SALLY LESBACK . . . Transfer
Student from Bossier High.
MIKE LINTON Football 1, 2,
3, 43 FCA 2, 3, 43 Intramural
JIM LIVINGSTON . . . Transfer
Student fFreshmanj Interact Club
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Northwestlern
Rally 2, 33 Beta Club 3, 43 Pelican
State Delegate 3g Mu Alpha Theta
3, 43 National Honor Society 43
Intramural Basketball 4.
BARBARA J OANNE LOWE . . .
Transfer Student fFreshmanJ
Iirench Club 1, 23 Mu Alpha Theta
KEVIN BRUCE LUTER Key
Club 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Senior
Play Cast3 Forensic Club 43 Stu-
dent President PTSA 43 Homecom-
ing Emcee 4.
DEBBIE McCARDLE Trans-
fer Student fSophomoreJ French
Club 23 Pep Squad 33 Y-Teens 3,
43 National Honor Society 3, 43
JEWELL YVINNE McELWEE
Y-Teens 1, 23 Choir 2, 3, 43
National Beta Club 3, 43 National
Honor Society 3, 4.
ELISABETH SUSAN MCHENRY
Y-Teens 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Lieutenant 2, Majorette 3, 4, As-
sistant Drum Majorette 43 Key
Club Sponsor 43 Senior Play Cast
43 Student Council Senator 43
Forensic Club 43 Secretary of
Sophomore Class3 Choir 4.
VIVIEN MCKENNA Transfer
Student fJuniorJ Y-Teens 43 Choir
MARTHA NELL McKENZIE
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Vice President 1,
33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Lieutenant 33
Head Cheerleader 43 Alternate
Pelican State 43 Student Council 4.
DEBORAH JOYCE MEINSCHER
Transfer Student QSophomoreD
Pep Squad 3.
SANDRA DOYLENE MIZELL
Student Council 1, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Reporter
23 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant
2, Captain 3, lst Major 43 Treas-
urer of Sophomore Class3 Vice-
President of Junior Classg National
Beta Club 3, 43 Musical 33 National
Honor Society 43 Quill and Scroll
43 Newspaper Staff 43 Beauty
PATTY MOORE Creative
Wriving Club 33 L,SU, Baton Rouge,
Representative 43 National Honor
Society 43 Spanish Honor Society
TERRY MOORE Band 13
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Student Council 1,
4: JML 23 Forensic Club 43 Choir
PAULA LUCILE NIXON
Transfer Student fSophomoreJ
French Club 23 Pep Squad 2, 33
Y-Teens 3, 43 Office Girl 3, 43
FBLA 4, Secretary 43 Beauty
Pageant 43 Ad Staff 4.
SHARON KAY OGLE JML 1,
2, 33 FHA 43 Choir 4.
PATRICK WAYNE OUTLAW
Football 13 Key Club 43 Forensic
Club 43 Senior Play Cast3 Musical
Play Cast 4.
MYRA OWENS Choir 1, 2, 3,
BRENDA DIANNE PARKS . .
Transfer Student Choir 3, 4.
ELIZABETH JANE PEPIN
French Club lg Junior Achieve-
ment 2g Pep Squad 3, 43 Drum
Corps 43 Library Club 43 Girls
Basketball 43 Typing Award 4.
RONALD PENCEK Interact
Club 3, 43 National Honor Society
3, 43 Beta Club 3, 43 Mu Alpha
Theta 43 Pelican State Alternate
4g Craftsman's Fair at Northwest-
RAY M. PHILLIPS Transfer
Student fSophomoreJ Track 3, 43
FCA 3, 4.
FRANCES ELIZABETH PREBLE
. .. Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
3, Drum Corps 43 Newspaper Staff
2, 33 National Honor Society 3, 4.
KAREN SUE PREVETT
Transfer Student Uuniorl Y-Teens
43 Beauty Pageant 4.
CLARK PUTMAN . . . DECA Club
43 Historian DECA Club 4.
PAMELA JEAN RAGSDALE
Y-Teens 13 SMA 23 Forensic Club
4, Vice-President 43 Yearbook
Staff 43 Quill Kr Scroll 43 Senior
Play Director 43 Musical Cast 4.
GLENN PAUL RAINS
MARY PATRICIA ROBINSON
Transfer Student Gymnastic
Club 13 Spanish Club 23 Debate
Club 23 French Club 33 Creative
Writing Club 33 Beta Club 3, 43
National Honor Society 3, 43 Sera-
toma Award 33 Forensic Club 4.
HONORA JOAN ROSSLEY
Transfer Student Choir 43 Office
GARY A. ROSTAMO French
Club 13 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Beta Club
3, 4g Golf Team 3.
GARY RUNA Key Club 2, 33
Beta Club 3, 43 Mu Alpha Theta 2,
3, 4g National Honor Society 43
Invramural Basketball 3, 43 North-
western State Rally 1, 2, 33
Craftsman Fair at NSC 3, 43
Industrial Arts Club 43 Pelican
State Delegate 4.
LARRY GENE SANDERS
ROBERT SANDERS Transfer
Student CSophomoreJ Photo Club
3, 4, Instructor 43 Newspaper
Photographer 3, 43 Yearbook Pho-
tographer 43 Choir 4.
CONSTANCE SCORSONE Y-
Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Service Chairman
23 FHA 1, 2, 3, President 2, District
Parliamentarian3 Beauty Pageant
1, 2, 43 Dance Team 33 National
Honor Society 4.
PAUL MICHAEL SEALE
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 FCA 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 43
Track 33 National Honor Society 3,
43 Best Citizen 4.
LARRIE SEWELL Newspaper
Staff 1, 23 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33
FBLA 3, 4l Library Club, Par-
JAMES WILLIAM SHOWS
Transfer Student fSophomorej
Creative Writing Club 33 Concert
Choir 3, 4, President 43 Musical
Cast 33 Newspaper Staff, As.
Sports Editor 43 Intramural Bas-
CINDY SILAS Transfer fJun-
iorj Pep Squad 3, Y-Teens 3,
Office Girl 3, 4, Beauty Pageant 3,
4, FHA 4, Senior Play Cast, Betty
Crocker Award, Quill Xt Scroll 4,
Yearbook Staff 4.
CINDY SMITH Pep Squad 1,
2, 3, 4, Drum Corps 2, lst Major
3, Colonel 4, Newspaper Staff 2, 3,
4, Grapevine Editor 3, As. Editor
3, Editor 4, Y-Teens 3, Beta Club
3, 4, Reporter 3, 4, Choir 4,
Student Council 4 Quill Xt Scroll 3,
4, Outsanding Teenager of Ameri-
ca 4, Leadership Conference 4.
DEBORAH SUE SMITH . . .
Transfer Student DECCA Club 4.
GARY SMITH National Honor
Society 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4,
FCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4,
Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Year-
book Staff 4, Senior Class Pres-
ident, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football
1, 2, 3, 4, All-City 3, 4, All District
3, 4, All State 4, All Amercia 4,
Mr. AHS 4.
KENNETH RANDALL SMITH
. . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Outstanding
Defensive Lineman 3, All District
4, All City 3, 4, Student Council 1,
French Club 1, Track 1, 2, 3, FCA
3, 4, Forensic Club 4, Choir 4.
ROBERT WILLIAM ROSS
Transfer Student Football 1, 2, 4,
Basketball 1, Track 1, FCA 1, 2,
3, Interact Club 2, Intramural
Basketball 2, 4.
JIM STANLEY Transfer stu-
dent Basketball 4, Interact Club 4,
SAMUEL J. STROOPE . . . Trans-
fer Student Industrial Arts Club 4,
Vice-President 4, FCA 4.
SYLVIA REYES STUMPF
Transfer Student JML 3, Choir 3,
4, DE 4.
ROBIN SWANSON Creative
Writing Club 3, Vice-President,
FHA 3, 4, Reporter 3, Vice-Presi-
dent 4, Newspaper Staff, 4.
GARY ROBERT SWEARENGIN
. . . Football 3, Track 3.
PATRICIA DIANE TEEKELL
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2,
3, Yearbook Ad Staff 3, 4, Office
Girl 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Newspaper
KENNETH R. THOMAS
Eransfer Student From Benton,
LEE UNDERWOOD Industrial
Arts Club 4, Intramural Basket-
SHARON L. UNDERWOOD
Vice-President of Freshman Class,
Y-Teens 1, 2, Presidenli, Creative
Writing Club 1, Jr. Achievement
1, Student Council 1, 4, Beauty
Pageant 2, National Honor Society
4, Library Club 4, Photo Club 4,
Spanish Honor Society 4.
DAVID MICHAEL VAUGHN
Choir 1, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Pelican
State 3, Student Council 3, Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Home-
coming Escort 3, 4: Senior Play
Lead, Most Likely To Succeed 4,
Optimist "Pat 'em on the Back
Award" 4, Chaplain of Student
Council 4! Forensic Club 4, French
Club 4, Intramural Basketball 4,
Mu Alpha Theta 4.
JULIA VAUGHAN Spanish
Club 1, JML 2, 3, Treasurer 2,
President 3, Choir 3, 4, Beauty
LILI WALKER Transfer Stu-
dent fJuniorJ National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Beta Club 3, DE 4, Vice-
President 4, Beauty Pageant 4.
ROBERT ANDREW WALLS
'fCampus Cutie" 3, Intramural Bas-
ketball 3, 4, Industrial Art Club 4,
Choir 4, Musical Cast, Leading
WARREN FILBURN WALKER
. . . Transfer Student
ALICIA BETH WATTS
Transfer Student Creative Writing
1, Future Teacher of America 3, 4,
Teachers Aide 4.
PATRICIA ANNE WEISEL
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Mid-South Leader-
ship Conference 1, 2, Student
Council 1, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Squad 2, 3, 4, Forensic Club 4,
Reporter 4, Beauty Pageant 4,
Newspaper Staff 4, Club Editor 4.
KAREN WHEELER Transfer
Student fFreshmanJ Pep Squad 3,
4, Lieutenant 4, Forensic Club 4,
Senior Play Cast 4, Beauty Pag-
eant 4, Top 13 4, Musical 4.
JUDITH ANN WILLIAMS
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, FHA 2, 4, Pep
Squad 3, Homecoming Maid 4,
Class Favorite 4.
WANDA LEA WILLIAMS ..
Y-Teens 1, 2, FHA 2.
PAULA MARIE WILLIFORD ..
JUDITH DIANE WILKINS
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Office Girl 3, 4,
NANCY WINHAM Y-Teens 1,
3, 4, PML 2, Pep Squad 3, Beta
Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4.
BILL WINKLER . .. Football 3, 4,
FCA 3, 4.
BECKY WRIGHT Pep Squad
1, 2, 3, Drum Corps 4, Y-Teens 1,
2, 3, Secretary 3, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3,
4, Junior Class Treasurer, Cheer-
leader 4, Student Council 4.
PATRICIA JANE WYATT . ..
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, DrumfMajorette 2,
3, 4, Forensic Club 2, 3, Student
Council 1, 2, 3, Senior Class
Treasurer, Creative Writing Club
1, Y-Teens 1, Beta Club 3, 4,
President 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3,
4, Vice-President 4, National Hon-
or Society 4, Key Club Sponsor 4,
Mostl Likely to Succeed 4, Pelican
State Delegate 3.
JACK WALTER ZATOR FCA
1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 1, Band 2, 3, 4, Choir
3, 4, Musical Cast 3, 4, Baseball
4, Forensic Club 4.
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