Airline High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Bossier City, LA)
- Class of 1973
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Academies . . . .
Organizations . . . .
Student Life .... . .
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VIKINGS HA VE
The year began and passed in such a short length of time. The reac-
tion of events, the suspense of the games, and the feeling achieved
from victory were all happenings in a Viking's life. Students were cho-
sen for positions of leadership, and fulfilled their jobs completely. Par-
ticipation was not just another Word, but an action. The success and
praise of Airline was carried out through the splendid unit of the
students and faculty. The Way of the Vikings was led by the unity
present in all. Spirit also reigned supreme. The air of confidence in the
layers was brought about through the spirit in which they Were
backed. Every student Was filled with Viking pride. Truly, Vikings
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OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP LEFT: Cheerleaders helped boys
off the field. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: From
high school through graduation - a big step. BOTTOM
CENTER: Many students took advantage of the library.
ABOVE: Senior English classes were doubled this year.
OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Mike McConathy jumped
for the ball.
. . . WITH KNOWLEDGE
Knowledge was a goal for all Airline Vikings.
To conquer such knowledge one had to be dedi-
cated in every necessary way. Visual aids
and electrical equipment, not to men-
were all sources used in distributing
to be taught at Airline. Instruction
an important part in the amount of
acquired by each student. Teachers
conveyed to students what they had been taught
in various schools. In this way and in many oth-
ers, Vikings have conquered one of the most
needed and important requirements in life -
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OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Lab experiments
were done in Biology. OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE
LEFT: Students made good use of study hall.
OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE CENTER: Libby
Holmberg answered phones in the main office.
OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE RIGHT: Airline was a
big step for Freshmen. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOT-
TOM LEFT: The library was a handy source of
knowledge. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT:
English literature was an interesting course for
Laura McKnight. TOP LEFT: Art students were
used as models for sketches. ABOVE: Rosemary
Umling studied between classes. LEFT: Things piled
up in Typing I.
OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Terry Nelson participated in short-
hand class. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP LEFT: Seniors waited for
the performance to begin. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT:
Many Seniors received rings. BOTTOM RIGHT: Programs were
handed out for graduation. CENTER: New things arose daily in
biology class. RIGHT: Students joined band to represent their
school. BELOW: Quarterback Steve Haynes was instructed on
plays to be made.
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. . . WITH PARTICIPATION
Not only knowledge, but participation was a factor in which all stu-
dents strived to conquer. Vikings were involved in many things, not
only to improve and better the school, but for the community and
world outside. Each student was involved in their class studies. Many
also participated in extra curricular activities such as football, band,
and pep squadg clubs also served as a Way in which to get the students
at Airline involved. Standards were set, and the Vikings fought and
Worked to keep the name of Airline on top.
. . . WITH UNITY
The student body, faculty, and administration this
year, were all linked together as one unified body. This
led to the superiority of the Vikings in all aspects. Airline
succeeded in all endeavors due to this unusual unity.
Each individual joined together for one purpose - the
betterment of the school. Throughout the different
organizations of the school, this certain togetherness pre-
vailed. The unity which enveloped each student at Airline
caused a reaction of pride and dignity for their school.
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OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: The togetherness
of all school activities - unity. TOP CEN-
TER: Football players were all united in one
goal. BOTTOM CENTER: Each class was
brought together with spirit, love, and pride.
ABOVE: Posters were made by many stu-
dents to support the team.
OPPOSITE PAGE: Cheerleaders were the leaders of spirit.
TOP: The pep squad led the way with cheers. CENTER
RIGHT: Skits were put on to support the team. CENTER
LEFT: Freshman boys enjoyed the pep rallies. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Each week, the pep squad's sign was broken by foot-
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. . . WITH SPIRIT
The enthusiasm and activities of the students at Airline were defined in one Word, spirit. Classes
made posters and presentations and the cheerleaders and pep squad led cheers to arouse spirit before
games. Such events as pep rallies and bonfires were held to bring forth the energy and vigor in each
and every student. These events were held to make the students spirited, although many people did
not need them. Some students had an inward spirit for the school and football and basketball teams.
The gymnasium roared with cheers during basketball games and the stadium rumbled during the
playoff games. To be triumphant in any attempt, there had to be spirit prevalent. We proved to have
had this spirit by the accomplishments brought forth.
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. . . WITH LEADERSHIP
Leadership involved many persons at Airline High
School. Excellent teachers were employed to lead
and teach students in classrooms, but many were
also included in leading groups in unique ventures.
Also students served in positions of leadership. To
attain the highest of standards in any organization,
there had to be outstanding leaders. Not only did
Airline have good leaders, but great teachers as
advisors. Each organization chose their leaders in
order of their qualifications and capabilities. The
result of such specific selection proved useful in the
success of projects. As a result of this leadership,
Airline remained victorious.
OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: The use of
the saw was explained by Mr. Malmay.
OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT:
Major McNair instructed students in
registration. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOT-
TOM RIGHT: Brenda Love conducted
many assemblies. TOP: Hard working
officers led the pep squad in yells.
BOTTOM LEFT: The referee made the
deciding toss. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Coaches went over plays during half.
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OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE RIGHT: The pride of the Viking team
was proven by the scoreboard. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP LEFT: Band
members worked hard in preparing for shows. BOTTOM CENTER:
Susan Loughner stopped to pay respects to the school mascot. TOP: All
students had respect for the school, especially the Viking. BOTTOM
LEFT: Reaching out - a Viking's way of life.
. . . WITH PRIDE
The goals that were set for the year were high
onesg the Vikings took pride in reaching them.
Without the courage and dignity put forth by all,
we would not have had the right of being proud of
our accomplishments. As it Went, the Vikings took
pride in their work and flourished. Many students
took a special interest in the Airline mascot. In his-
tory, Vikings were vivacious, proud men who upheld
their beliefs. Airline Vikings also had these qualities
and proved them in their actions. Airline High
School became an example of leadership, unity, and
pride to all other schools. Possessing such qualities
as these instilled a pride that unsurpassed all.
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' ADMINISTR TIO ' ADMI
Robert D. Horneman
Mr. Robert D. Horneman served as principal
for the first semester of Airline High School's
ninth year. Mr. Horneman was kept busy with all
of his duties around Airline and helped with any
problems that might arise.
He and his family were members of the First
Baptist Church of Bossier City. His wife taught
at Parkway High School.
Mr. Horneman was also active in many civic
groups, such as VFW, 40 8a 8, American Legion,
and Kiwanis Club. He also served on the Execu-
tive Committee of Beta Club in Louisiana.
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TOP RIGHT: Mr. Horneman crowned
the queen homecoming night. RIGHT:
Mr. Horneman was on hand to put up
the new Airline sign.
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Earl T. Haynes
Mr. Earl T. Haynes began the 1972-73 school
year serving as Assistant Principal. At the end
of the first semester he was promoted to the
office of Principal.
Mr. Haynes took over the job with many
new responsibilities. He was always there to
help with any problems that might arise.
He and his family were members of the
First Baptist Church of Bossier City. His two
children were also Airline Vikings.
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TOP: Mr. Haynes made an announcement over the intercom. CENTER LEFT: Mr. Haynes escorted his daughter at homecoming.
CENTER RIGHT: Mr. Haynes kept in touch with the students' parents. BOTTOM RIGHT: Working with the records was an
important part of Mr. Haynes, schedule.
Dr. Douglas Peterson assumed his position of
Assistant Principal at the second semester of the
1972-73 school year.
Dr. Peterson has served as band director at Air-
line High School since its opening. In 1970 he Went
to Ole Miss to obtain his Doctor's Degree in music.
He then returned to Airline again to continue
directing the Viking Band.
Dr. Peterson could always be found around school
patrolling the halls.
TOP RIGHT: Dr. Peterson dis-
cussed some records with Mrs.
Winham. ABOVE: Working
with the financial records was
one of Dr. Peterson's many
duties. RIGHT: Dr. Peterson
walked down the steps to his
office to begin another day.
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Riley A. Stewart
Mr. Riley A. Stewart also served as an
assistant principal at Airline. This year
began his fourth year here and he was
always around to help. He greeted everyone
with a happy smile. He helped with the dis-
ciplinary supervision around Airline.
Mr. Stewart had four children, three who
were out of school, and one who is still on
TOP LEFT: One of Mr.
Stewart's jobs was to
supervise the bookroom.
CENTER LEFT: Mr.
Stewart was a familiar
sight at the ball games.
ABOVE: Mr. Stewart
helped a student locate
Counselors Helped With Man Problems
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TOP LEFT: Miss Stroud was eager to help all students. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Ray assisted a student in preparing for college. CEN
TER RIGHT: Miss Stroud and Mr. Ray worked to get computer records in order.
Was Ready to Help
MRS. MURLENE ADKINS . . . Typewriting I, Shorthand . . .
Sponsors Valhalla Ad Staff
MR. PRINCE BARFIELD . . . Band
MR. KEN BASS . . . Distributive Education . . . Sponsors D.E.C.A.
MRS. MARGARET BLACKADAR. . . English I, II
MRS. KATHYE BLACKBURN . . . English I, Typewriting I
MISS SUE BOBO . . . English II, IV . . . Sponsors Cheerleaders
MR. JOSHUA BRYANT . . . Civics
MRS. LULA BUCKLEW . . . Spanish . . . Sponsors Spanish Club,
Spanish Honor Society
MRS. VICKY CALDWELL . . . Typewriting I, Shorthand . . .
Sponsors Valhalla Staff
MRS. MARGIE CARLETON . . . Typewriting I, Bookkeeping I,
General Business . . . Co-sponsors F.S.A.
MR. THOMAS CARLETON . . . World History, Civics . . . Sponsors
MRS. OVELIA CARLISLE . . . Library Science . . . Sponsors Beta
Club, Library Club
SICIISQENIA CARNAHAN . . . Librarian , . . Sponsors Library
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MR. JOE CHISUM . . . Geometry . . . Spongc?risScEi5I'AFS man MS
MISS VIRGINIA CONNELL . . . Physical Education . . . Sponsors
MRS. BESS COX . . . Algebra I
MRS. MATTIE COX . . . Business Math, Algebra II
MR. JERRY COX . . . American History, American Economics,
MRS. TAFFY DEERE . . . English I, II
MRS. LUANNE ESTESS . . . English I, II
MR. EDWIN FULGHAM . . . General Math, Senior Math, Algebra
MRS. VIRGINIA FULLERTON . . . Speech I, II . . . Sponsors
gRS.tJERRY GILLS . . . English III . . . Sponsors National Honor
MR. KENNETH GRAVES . . . Biology . . . Sponsors Interact Club
MR. JACK GRAY . . . Physical Education
MRS. GERTRUDE HALL . . . English I
ets at our home games.
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Faculty Showed Spirit at Pep Rallies
MR. RON HENDRICKS . . . Physical Education
MRS. MILDRED HENRY . . . COE, Clerical Practice,
Typewritingl . . . Sponsors FSA
MISS SHIRLEY HENRY , . . Physical Education . . .
Sponsors Pep Squad
MR. VERNON HILL . . . Physical Science
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MR. WILLIAM HINKIE . . . General Science '
MR. J. C. HOWELL . . . Driver Education -
MR. WILLIAM HUMPHRIES. . . Biology I, II
MRS. FRANCES JONES . . . Home Economics II, III,
IV . . . Sponsors FHA
MR. PARNELL JONES . . . Chemistry, Biology
MRS. DIANNE KNEASS . . . French, English
DR. ELIOT KNOWLES . . . American History . . . Co-sponsors
MRS. MARY LOIS LANDRUM . . . Physical Education . . .
Sponsors Senior Class, Tennis Team
MR. ARTHUR LEE . . . Business Math, General Math
MR. JESSE MALMAY . . . Industrial Technology
MR. GEORGE MANDEVILLE . . . General Science, Physics,
MR. BILLY MAPLES . . . Physical Education
MISS KATHY MCCALLISTER. . . English II, IV . . . Sponsors
MISS CRISTY McCALLUM . . . Art
MR. ERNEST McNAIR . . . R.O.T.C.
MISS JANET MURPHY . . . Physical Education . . . Sponsors
MR. ROBERT MURPHY . . . R.O.T.C.
MR. WILLIAM NICHOLS, JR. . . , American History, World
MRS. BEA NOONAN . . . Choir
MR. RICHARD PARNELL . . . English II
DR. DOUGLAS PETERSON . . . Band
TOP LEFT: Airlinc's teachers boosted thc spirit at pep rallies. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Bass wheeled Dr. Knowles around the gym after
losing his bet on the homecoming float. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Our teachers enjoyed the pep rally. CENTER: Dr. Peterson
directed the band at the pep rallies.
MR. JOE REDING . . . Physical Education
MRS. GLENDA ROGERS. . .Art I, III, IV
MRS. EMELYN SAMUEL . . . Algebra I, Trigonometry,
Advanced Mathematics . . . Sponsors Mu Alpha Theta
MR. PAUL SEPULVADO . . . Electronics, General Technology
MRS. IANTHA SMITH . . . Bookkeeping I, II, Typewritiing I
. . . Sponsors Askalada Staff
MRS. RAMONA STEPHENS . . . English III . . . Sponsors
MISS BETTY STUART . . . Data Processing, Communications
. . . Sponsors Beta Club, FBLA
MISS JILL TASSIN . . . Home Economics I . . . Sponsors FHA
MR. TOMMY VAUGHAN . . . Algebra I, Business Math . . . Mu
MR. DAVID WALDEN . . . Civics
MR. JON WALDEN . . . Physical Education, General Math . . .
MR. C. A. WALKER . . . Mechanical Drawing
MR. C. D. WALKER . . . American History, Civics
MRS. SANDRA WILLIFORD . . . Physical Education
MISS DONNA WILSON . . . English II . . . Sponsors Y-Teens
MRS. GLORIA WILSON . . . Typewriting I, II . . . Sponsors
ecretaries Put in Many Hard Hours
. WANDA OUTLAW . . . Secretary
. THELMA PUGH . . . Secretary
. ELIZABETH WINHAM . . . Secretary
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CENTER LEFT: Mrs. Winham and Mrs. Outlaw looked at school pictures. CENTER RIGHT: Mrs. Noonan was
Airline's new choir director.
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Phillips, C. Lampkin, D. Herring, L. Graham, M.
Fry, G. Joyner, F. George, Mrs. Daugherty, Mrs.
McDonnell. CENTER LEFT: Airline's maids and
janitors were always around when they were
needed. CENTER RIGHT: Airline's dietician was
Mrs. Daugherty. BOTTOM LEFT: George always
helped to take good care of Airline,
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Because speaking English is a part of our daily lives it
is very important to learn the correct way to express our-
In addition to learning good grammar students are
introduced to both modern and classical literature. There
is also an emphasis on building vocabulary. Because of
their increased vocabulary students are better able to
comprehend their studies.
TOP CENTER RIGHT: Mrs. Stephens emphasized a point
in her English class. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Estess explained
sentence construction. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Hall graded
papers in her spare time. OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE:
Mr. Parnell pointed out an error to Mike Dooley. OPPO-
SITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Practice made perfect. CENTER:
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Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division may seem elementary to us now, but
to ancient man it was a giant step forward.
Today, modern man still realizes the impor-
tance of these "elementary" methods in more
complicated forms of mathematics.
In addition to general math, Algebra I, busi-
ness math, and geometry, Airline also offers
the college preparatory courses of Algebra II,
Trigonometry, and advanced math.
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Algebra classes. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Mrs. B. Cox
explained a problem to her students. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM
LEFT: Mrs. M. Cox was ready to help students with their work.
CENTER: Mr. Fulgham did a problem on the board. TOP LEFT:
Mr. Vaughan watched the class during a test. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Chi-
sum talked to Mark Opperman. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mrs. Samuels
explained how to add positive and negative numbers. ABOVE: Stu-
dents used class time to study for a Math test.
In science we learn more about ourselves and the environ-
ment surrounding us, therefore, science courses play a large
role in educating students everywhere.
At Airline, both lecturing and laboratory experimentation
were a part of the curriculum in each science class. By the
use of experiments, students could "learn by doing." In
some classes students were also required to do a project of
their choice which further developed their ability to work
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ment. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Hinkie explained the difference
between acids and bases. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Carson demon-
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RIGHT: Mr. Graves gave extra help to this student. MIDDLE: Snoopy Wilson
used the centigram balance. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Jones does an experiment
for his Chemistry class. ABOVE: Mr. Hill instructed his class on the use of the
Social studies is just that, a study of the rise of man
throughout the ages. Airline offers a Wide range of
courses which enables any student to learn more about
their country as well as other nations. Some of these
courses were civics and American history which were
required, also World history, world geography and Ameri-
can government were offered.
BELOW: Doug Wynn pointed out the answer. CENTER: Mr. Walden
supervised his class. BOTTOM: Mr. Bryant helped a student with her
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Because of the Wide range of careers available to
those who have some business experience, many stu-
dents chose to take some or all of the business
courses offered at Airline. Also many students real-
ized that subjects such as shorthand and typewrit-
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TOP: Mrs. Adkins graded papers in her shorthand class. MIDDLE: Mrs. Blackburn gave the lesson for the day. BOTTOM: Kay
Haynes asked a question.
Because of the interest in vocal and instrumental
music, many students at Airline became involved with
either the choir or the band. Each group worked
extremely hard to bring entertainment in the form of
half-time shows at football games, parades, and in musi-
TOP: Members of the choir practiced a new song. MIDDLE: The band
performed a new routine. BOTTOM LEFT: Practice was required of
every band member. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Noonan helped some choir
The study of a foreign language offered many ways to
solve the problems of communication between people.
Students learned to speak the language and also to
write the language in addition to learning about the
country itself. The use of the language lab helped many
students in learning to pronounce new sounds. The lan-
guages offered were French and Spanish.
TOP: Mrs. Bucklew went over the assignment with her Spanish class. MIDDLE: Retha Morgan listened to Spanish records in the
language lab. BOTTOM: Mrs. Graves helped her students with their French homework.
Everyone knows that to keep man in physical and emo-
tional well being we must exercise regularly. The physi-
cal education teachers at Airline realized this important
fact and helped students become more adept at playing
such games as volleyball, basketball, football, baseball,
and archery. Also as a part of our physical education,
health and First Aid'were taught.
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TOP LEFT: These girls showed their enthusiasm for playing basketball. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Williford was one of the sophomore
P.E. teachers. BOTTOM LEFT: Basketball was one of the games the boys participated in. BOTTOM RIGHT: Exercise was a part
of physical education.
Many elective courses were offered at Airline this year
which helped students get courses they need in later life
but which were not required for graduation. Some of
these courses were woodworking, mechanical drawing,
and electronics which were enjoyed mostly b the boys.
Four years of Home Economics was offered For girls. In
addition, many students went to the Skill Center.
TOP LEFT: Learning to cook was a part of Home Ec. TOP RIGHT: Art students were kept busy with their projects. BOTTOM
LEFT: Mr. C. A. Walker supervised his mechanical drawing class. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Malmay lectured to his class.
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the end of class. OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE: Mechanical drawing
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students were James Laird, Tom Cole, and Gary Smith.
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ander, Bill Stewart. SECOND ROW: Mike Wright, Lester Simmons, Jeff Dyson, Clayton Price, and Robert Davis.
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Mr. A.H.S. for 1972-1973 was Steve Haynes.
Steve displayed all characteristics of being
elected the most outstanding boy at Airline
High School. Although his activities were cen-
tered mostly around sports, he held man scho-
lastic honors as Well. In his junior year he was
chosen as a delegate to Boys' State and as a
member of National Honor Society. Also, the
students elected Steve class favorite as a soph-
omore and Viking Warrior in his junior year.
To say the least, Steve was an extremely
active individual. Most of this centered around
the fact that he was quarterback for the
Vikings. He led the team as a junior and in his
senior year took them to the State Play-Offs.
Both his junior and senior years, he was named
most valuable player by his coaches and fellow
teammates. It is no reason Why Steve Haynes
was not elected Mr. A.H.S.
Chosen as Miss A.H.S. this year was Miss
Brenda Love. Brenda has attended Airline for
four years, and within these four years she
accomplished many things. Each year brought
about new and more important ventures. Not
only was she elected by her fellow peers to
hold many offices, but her teachers deemed her
with such honors as Outstanding Teenager of
America and the honor of attending Girls'
State as an alternate.
Her freshman year, Brenda began her activi-
ties and leadership for Airline. As each year
progressed, she was involved in numerous
activities until in her senior year, she gained
deserving recognition from faculty as well as
students. From her leadership abilities and out-
standing character, one finds that Brenda was
the kgest choice for the honor of being Miss
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Norma Bale Steve Haynes
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Parade Was Highlight
The entire student body was excited bg this
homecoming. Everyone went out and s owed
their true Viking spirit. The Student Council
sponsored a homecoming parade which paraded
through the Greenacres subdivision on T ursday
night. Clubs and classes worked their hardest pre-
paring outstanding floats for this parade. The
floats were judged and the -winner was
announced at a pep rally that night. The queen
and her court rode in the parade on Corvett Stin-
of 1972 Homecoming
Airline held its ninth annual homecoming cere-
mony on Friday, October 20. The theme of this
year's'activities was "Color Me Blue.".The main
activities were.held that night at. the Airline-West
Monroe game in the A1rl1ne.Stad1um. Miss Brenda
Love was crowned Homecoming Queen and the rest
of the court was presented to a most enthusiastic
crowd of spectators. Fathers .of the maids and
sweethearts, and outstand1ng.A1rl1ne club members
served as escorts for the occasion.
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Children of teachers served as ring and flower bearers. ABOVE: Outstanding club members served as escorts
for the homecoming ceremony.
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American Legion Award
Steve Haynes Norma Bale
Leadership Award Bell Science Award
Brenda Love Manuel Gottardi
Who's Who at Airline High School
Each year, several students are nominated by
the faculty of Airline to be in a select group
called Who's Who. The number varies each year
according to the students who meet the qualifica-
tions needed to be considered for this honor. All
teachers are asked to consider students for being
a recipient of this award. There are four main
factors that are taken into consideration by the
teachers who nominate these students. First, the
individual student must have maintained a cer-
tain grade point average throughout his four
years at Airline. Also, the amount of leadership
Norma Bale has shown outstanding charac-
teristics her entire four years at Airline. She
was a member of the band for four years, a
majorette for three, a member of Quill 8a
Scroll, National Honor Society, and is a
CODAC Teen-Counselor. Norma has been a
member of the yearbook staff for two years
and served as Editor this ear. Norma was also
Vice-President of the gudent Council and
served as Assistant Drum Major for the band
this year. She was a Pelican State Delegate
and was voted Most Likely to Succeed.
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he has displayed plays an important role. Service
toward the school is used as a factor in nomina-
tion of these students. Together, these make up
the qualifications necessary to be considered for
Whos Who. After the teachers have made their
selections, a committee comprised of selected
teachers gathers and reads each individual's
report and makes the final decision of who will
beh named as Who's Who from Airline High
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utions to Airline in her four years. She was a
member of Y-Teens her freshman and sopho-
the Beta Club. She became a member of the
Yearbook Staff her junior year and served as
Business Manager this year. She was inducted
into the National Honor Society and was
elected treasurer of that society. Her honors
include Society of Outstanding American High
School Students, DAR Good Citizenship
Award, and was a Leadership Conference Del-
Steve Haynes has excelled in ever phase of
his school life. He was a member ofy the foot-
ball team his entire four years and this year
led the team to the state finals. He was a
member of the basketball team and the golf
team. He was a member of the Key Club and
was inducted into the National Honor Society
his junior year. His honors include being
elected Viking Warrior his junior year and Mr.
A.H.S. his senior year. He has also received the
Optimist Award, was voted the Most Valuable
Player in football, and was a Pelican State
more years and was voted to membership in ... A ..... . E
Brenda Love has been an outstanding stu-
dent her entire four years at Airline. She has
been a member of the band for all four years
and served as Assistant Drum Major for two
ears and Drum Major her senior year. Brenda
led her class for two years and was inducted
into the National Honor Society her junior
year. Brenda was a member of the Yearbook
Staff and served as Student Council President.
She was elected Homecoming Queen her senior
year, Miss A.H.S., and was second runner-up in
the 1973 beauty pageant.
Sonny McCoy has been an outstanding stu-
dent throughout his four years of high school.
He has been active in all school activities. He
was a member of the band for four years, All
State Band, All-Star Marching Band, Key
Club, Quill and Scroll, and National Honor
Society. He has been a member of the newspa-
per staff, served as Assistant Editor his junior
year, and Editor his senior year. His other hon-
ors include Leadership Conference Delegate,
Boys' State Delegate, and VVho's Who Among
High School Seniors.
Laura McKnight has been active in school
activities since her Freshman year. She has
been in the band for four years, and has also
held membership in the All District and All
State Bands. She is a member of Mu Alpha
Theta, President of the Beta Club, Vice-Presi-
dent of the National Honor Society, French
Club, Secretary of the Student Council,
CODAC, was an Interact Club Sponsor, and
was on the newspaper staff her junior and sen-
ior years. Laura was also chosen as a Pelican
Mark Warner has been selected by his teach-
ers to receive this honor because of his great
ambition and determination shown in all his
activities around school. Mark has been on the
football team for four years and this year was
one of our star players. He was on the basket-
ball team his Freshman year and has held
membership in the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes for four years. He has been a member
of the Key Club for three ears and was
elected to the National Honor Society. He was
also a Pelican State Delegate.
Leadership Conference De
ABOVE: Mary Dworczyk, Kathy Bookter, Jeannette Hays, and Al
uill and Scroll
MEMBERS WERE: Norma Bale, Kathy Bookter,
eorge, Vickey Green.
Jeannette Hays, Brenda Love, Margaret Moser, Charlotte Santoro, John Papag-
Louisiana Girls and Boys
ABOVE: Norma Bale, Mike McConathy, Sharon Quinn, Sonny McCoy, Charlotte Santoro, and Steve Haynes.
State Delegates and Alternates
ABOVE' Brenda Love, Judy Adams, John Papageorge, Laura McKnight, and D
National Honor Society is an honor club
which is composed of juniors and seniors cho-
sen by the teachers on the basis of character,
leadership, service, and scholarship. A "B"
average or better is also required to be consid-
ered for this club.
During school, a program was held for the
selected students to find out that they were
chosen to become members of the National
Honor Society. On February 12, a formal
induction was held. Each member received a
yellow rose which was the traditional flower of
the National Honor Society.
RIGHT: Officers were Julia Wachtel, Secretary, Kathy
Bookter, Treasurer, Laura McKnight, Vice-President, Reg-
gie Abrams, President, Mrs. Gills, Sponsor.
FRONT ROW: K. Bookter, T. Nelson, A. Alexander, L. Hobson, L. Holmberg, C. Lafitte, M. Moser, G. Page. SECOND ROW: J.
Wachtel, J. Adams, M. Smith, M. Markow, D. Rich, N. Bale, B. Love, D. Patrick, L. Tauzin, D. Kerry. THIRD ROW: J. Papageorge,
C. Harville, S. Haynes, S. Schavrien, M. Taylor, R. Abrams, M. Gottardi, L. McKnight. FOURTH ROW: M. Warner, J. Young, M.
Dworczyk, S. Quinn.
TOP: Students waited anxiously to
be inducted. FAR LEFT: Reggie
Abrams, President, announced the
new members. LEFT: Sonny McCoy
lit his candle from the Eternal
Flame. CENTER LEFT: Cleta Bice
lit her candle. CENTER RIGHT:
Tim Stinnet received his boutonni-
ere. BOTTOM: New members
watched others being inducted.
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TOP LEFT: Parents and friends
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reception. TOP RIGHT: Mrs.
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CENTER LEFT: New members
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and friends. CENTER TOP
RIGHT: Old members enjoyed
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The student body of Airline High School was
led this year by the Student Council. This was an
elected group made up of those in the school who
wished to run for office. At the close of the last
school year, those vying for the higher offices and
the Senators were elected. This group, plus repre-
sentatives from each first period class made up
the 1972-1973 Student Council.
The duties of the Student Council were to con-
duct all of the elections within the school, not to
mention the other school-wide activities. Each
year the council had several projects that were
either money raising or beneficial to the school as
a whole. Some of these included Citizenship
Week, Flower Hour, White Christmas, and Home-
coming. These activities were planned, worked
up, and carried out by the students with the help
of the faculty advisor.
FRONT ROW: B. Adkins, D. Kerry, L. Tauzin, L. Nitz, D. Wilson C Yore F Grant C Stephens D Scott SECOND ROW K
Bookter, S. Holstead, P. Hester, M. Noonan, D. Patrick, G. Barksdale B Outlaw C Kuntz J Dixon L Hester THIRD ROW B
Hill, M. Bell, D. Long, R. Abrams, S. McCoy, L. Stevens, D. Pope B Smith D Page C Papageorge
OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Miss McCallister sponsored
the Student Council program at Airline. LEFT: Officers were:
Laura McKnight, Secretary: Cleta Bice, Treasurer: Brenda
Love, President: Becky Adkins, Parliamentarian, Norma Bale,
Vice-President. BELOW: Names were taken for a Citizenship
FRONT ROW: B. Kees, J. Tarver, V. Davis, K. Haynes, K. O'Meara, P. Leith, L. Holmberg, K. Daugherty, M. Remedies. SECOND
ROW: T. Ermes, G. Williams, D. Wilson, T. Stinnett, D. Colvin, K. Moore, T. Nelson, J. MacLeod, T. McDonough, J. Wade. THIRD
ROW: S. Maggio, A. Anderson, S. Adams, S. Harris, S. Hawn, S. Smith, I. Barksdale, M. Noonan, M. Smith, P. Watkins, M. Allen.
FOURTH ROW: R. Ray, S. Bailey, R. Cade, B. Carter, J. Papageorge, C. Givens, K. Moake, D. Moake, C. Harville, M. Guyton, M.
ABOVE: Many students bought flowers dur-
ing Flower Hour. TOP RIGHT: Delegates to
State Convention were Laura McKnight,
Brenda Love, Cleta Bice, Norma Bale, and
Becky Adkins. BOTTOM RIGHT: A victory
flag, presented by the Student Council, flew
over the school after each Viking Victory.
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TOP LEFT: The council collected food for a Worthy family. TOP
RIGHT: To raise money, the Student Council sponsored a school-wide
candy sale. BOTTOM LEFT: The Homecoming Court was announced by
Reggie Abrams at the pep rally. BOTTOM RIGHT: Viking decals were
sold to students.
This year's twelve member staff worked very
hard to produce a yearbook that the entire stu-
dent body could be proud of. Each member must
have a "B" average, recommendations from
several teachers, and the approval of the sponsor,
Mrs. Vicky Caldwell.
Some of the many activities of this hard work-
ing group included yearbook sales, a sales promo-
tion skit at a pep rally, sponsoring the annual
beauty pageant, and a yearbook day assembly.
These activities were all done while the staff
worked to meet deadlines to produce the 1973
Norma Bale served as editor of the Valhalla.
Members of the Valhalla Staff were: STANDING: B. Love, Mrs Caldwell M Noonan I Barksdale SEATED C Papageorge
Leith, S. Lowe, K. Bookter, J. Hays, M. Allen, and N. Bale.
TOP LEFT: Kathy Bookter was this year's business manager. TOP RIGHT: Ron Calkins and John,Papageorge were sports editors
of the yearbook. BOTTOM LEFT: Ivy Barksdale and Jeannette Hays sorted pictures for their sections. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs.
Caldwell helped Brenda Love with the problems of the Senior Class section.
Members Sold Booster Names at Game
TOP: Sharon Lowe, Phyllis Leith, and Carol Papageorge
worked together to meet a deadline. BOTTOM LEFT: Sharon
Lowe, Phyllis Leith, and Kathy Bookter sold Viking Booster
names before a football game. BOTTOM RIGHT: Norma Bale
checked Mary Noonan's completed layout while Martha Allen
worked on hers.
TOP: Johnny Gibbs bought tickets
from Phyllis Leith, Kathy Bookter, and
Mary Noonan for the beauty pageant
sponsored by the yearbook staff. CEN-
TER LEFT: Betty Lou QCarol Papag-
eorgej asked "THE" Steve Haynes to
sign her yearbook at a pep rally skit.
CENTER RIGHT: Mable Ueannette
Haysj and Clara Mae flvy Barksdalel
excitedly looked at their yearbooks
while Nora fBrenda Lovel, who did not
buy one, looked on.
Presenting a yearbook skit of the "Be-bop Days" at a football pep rally to promote sales were yearbook staff members: Ivy Barks-
dale Sharon Lowe, Jeannette Hays, Kathy Bookter, Carol Papageorge, Martha Allen, Phyllis Leith, and Brenda Love.
This year, the newspaper staff consisted of fif-
teen members. To be a member, one must be at
least a Sophomore, have a "B" average in Eng-
lish, an overall "C" average, a willingness to
work, creativity, and the approval of the sponsor,
Mrs. Iantha Smith.
This talented staff published nine newpapers,
one each month of the school year. One of these
papers was a complete sellout, the first in the his-
tory of Airline High School. Also, this active
group sponsored the Cutest Baby Contest and
sold Freshman class keys. For their Valentine
issue, the Askalada Staff held elections for a
King and Queen of Hearts, Sweethearts from
each class, and two J okers from the student body.
Sonny McCoy served as editor of the Askalada.
Newspaper members were: STANDING: D. Long, Mrs. Smith S McCoy SEATED B Outlaw C Santora D Lea M Moser R
Pope, D. Moake, L. McKnight, K. Green, D. Page, V. Green, and A Alexander
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TOP LEFT: As one of the assistant editors, Debbie
Page, drew up a rough copy of the newspaper.
ABOVE: Also serving as assistant editor, Debbie
Moake, read a completed copy of the Askalada. LEFT:
As business manager of the Askalada, Alecia Alexander
kept all financial records in order.
RIGHT: Askalada staff
members enjoyed selling
newspapers during their
lunch shifts. BELOW: Mrs.
Smith, the Askalada sponsor,
introduced the newspaper
members to the student
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During the 1972-73 school year, the Key Club
proved to be once again an outstanding club. Its
26 members were on hand whenever their ser-
vices were needed. Selling cokes at the concession
stands at basketball games and providing the
Christmas tree for the school were just a few of
To become a member one must have a "B"
average and be nominated by membership. Mr.
Jim Conerly was the Key Club sponsor.
OP LEFT Officers were Mark Morgan President Terry Slack V President, Jimmy Prothro, Secretary!Treasurerg James Bald-
in Parhamentarlan David Ruiz Chaplain TOP RIGHT Sponsors were Marsha Markow, Cheryl Harville, and Debbie Huckabee.
OTTOM FRONT ROW M Markow J Prothro M Morgan M Hendris, D. Ruiz. SECOND ROW: D. McGee, M. White, N.
icolo J Papageorge M Hamby S Haynes THIRD ROW J Bedgood, C. Riddick, R. Calkins, J. Newton, D. White. FOURTH
OW B Crawford D Tlmms M McConathy M Warner J Baldwin, and T. Slack.
Even though the Leo Club has only
been at Airline for 3 ears it has estab-
lished a name for itself. Its 27 members
are an enthusiastic group of boys who
like to keep active in the community.
Some of their projects were placing flags
around Bossier on holidays and giving
donations to the YMCA. Their largest
donation was 55150.00 to the swimming
To be a member of this club, one has to
have a 2.5 grade point average and good
moral character. Mr. Tommy Carleton
was the sponsor of those active-minded
RIGHT: Sponsors were
Tammy Nicolo, Norma
Bale, and Nancy Reese.
TOP RIGHT: Officers
were D. Long, President,
R. Barnette, V. President,
G. Tatum, Secretary: and
R. Lesikar, Treasurer.
FRONT ROW: S. McCoy, D. Long, C. Sheagren, H. Hubbard, A. Anderson, G. Smith, G. Tatum. SECOND ROW: R. Carter,
Freeman, D. Arrington, R. Lesikar, R. Mayfield, W. Grant, R. Barnette. THIRD ROW: Mr. Carleton, D. Sale, G. McDaniel,
Pierce, D. McConnell, B. Gravitt.
To be a member of the Library Club
required an overall "C" average, with
an ability and eagerness to Work in the
This club was made up of twenty-
four members and their sponsors, Mrs.
Carnahan and Mrs. Carlisle.
They partici ated in National
Library Week, Tlie Louisiana Teenage
Librarians Association Convention dur-
ing February in Baton Rou e, and
helped to buy materials for theiibrary.
LEFT: Offioers were: M. Kane, Sec., M. Laird,
V.P.g M. Dworczyk, Pres., V. Stonebrook, Public
Relations, L. Faith, Treas.
FRONT ROW G Henry E Hoffpavlr K Goad L Hobson M Laird V Watson L. Faith. SECOND ROW: S. Webb, M. Kane, V.
Stonebrook D Rich M Otto C Gosnell THIRD ROW V Glay M Malone M Dworczyk,
The Distributive Education Club is one
of the only organizations at Airline that
intergrates classroom instruction, on-the-
job training, and club work. Nearly every
phase of the Distributive Education pro-
gram is further explored in DECA by
means of contests on the state and
national levels. In these contests of mar-
keting skills, Airline DECA finished sec-
ond in the state out of more than one
hundred clubs, and two Airline students
represented Louisiana at the National
DECA is also active in school and com-
munity activities to improve Airline High
School and Bossier City.
DECA officers were: Phyllis Spataro, President,
Beth Dowden, V. President, Stephanie Corley, Sec-
retary, Anita Merritt, Treasurer, Mona Smith,
Reporter, Tommy Keith, Parliamentariang Melinda
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FRONT ROW: P. Kavanaugh, P. Spataro, S. Harris, M. Smith, M. Gates, C. Bostic, S. Smith, E. Crews, B. Dowden. SECOND
ROW: P. Fahnestock, S. Corley, S. Bradley, L. Bedgood, P. Bell, D. Kerry, R. Sour, C. Smith, A. Merritt, D. Woods. THIRD ROW:
B. Lunsford, J. Winkler, C. Hayes, K. Spence, F. Zator, M. Taylor, E. Chance, M. Carr, E. LaForest, J. Burrow. FOURTH ROW: J
Lachle, P. Marsigla, D. McGee, G. Taylor, J. Vailes, D. Wells, T. Weathersby, J. Rosson, P. Gill, T. Keith, T. Hardy, S. Meunier.
TOP LEFT: Bill Lunsford discussed the latest fashions with his
boss at Pope's Shop for Men. TOP RIGHT: Peggy Bell checked
out customers at Krogers. CENTER LEFT: DECA members rode
on their float in the Homecoming parade. CENTER RIGHT:
Anita Merritt decorated a display window at Lad-n-Lassie.
LEFT: DECA members decorated the display case throughout
the year. ABOVE: Some DECA members talked to their sponsor,
Mr. Ken Bass.
Airline Cooperative Education was in its third
year with an enrollment of twent -five. Students
enrolled in this program must be seniors who
indicate an interest in office careers. These stu-
dents follow a business curriculum consisting of
elementary and some advanced courses in book-
keeping, typewriting, shorthand, clerical practice,
office machines, data processing, business Eng-
lish, and general business. After attending classes
at school in the mornings, the students receive
on-the-job training in community offices in the
afternoons. The offices are of a Wide variety such
as dentists, doctors, insurance, photographers,
realtors, and com uter centers. At the end of
each school year OJOE honors its employers at a
special dinner where certificates of appreciation
are awarded, and recognition is 'ven to those
who have made significant contriilutions to the
COE program during the school year.
The 1972-73 COE officers were: Mary Chapman, President,
Cheryl Hodges, V. President, Susan Watson, Secretary.
FRONT ROW: T. Howington, J. Ratcliff, D. Wittmer, P. Edwards, D. Hart, S. Watson, V. Heyen, G. Page. SECOND ROW: Y.
Bourgeois, B. Stewart, M. Smith, J. Barker, S. Smith, M. Chapman, D. Baldwin. THIRD ROW: V. Tolleson, D. Wright, C. Hodges,
J. Young, D. Strange, P. Walters, K. Beck.
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TOP LEFT: COE member Janice Ratcliff worked at Kurvis
Burns Studios. ABOVE: Bobbie Stewart worked at the Bos-
sier Parish Evaluation Center with the computers. LEFT:
Mary Chapman worked at the Bossier General Hospital.
This year the Airline Beta Club had sixty
members who all showed outstanding qualities
in leadership, character, and achievement
which were the goals set forth in the club. The
club sold stationery and placements to raise
money and with this money they bought honor
cords for Beta seniors.
One of the highlights was the Beta Club con-
vention held in Baton Rouge on December
eighth and ninth.
The club was led to another successful year
by their sponsors, Mrs. Carlisle and Miss
RIGHT: The Beta Club officers were: Laura McKnight,
President: Marsha Markow, V. President: Bonnie Outlaw,
Recording Secretary: Terry Nelson, Treasurer: Jeannette
Hays, Songleaderg Mary Remedies, Historian: Patti Akins,
ABOVE, LEFT: Mrs. Carlisle and Miss Stuart served as sponsors of
the Beta Club again this year. ABOVE, RIGHT: Laura
McKnight pinned on Carla Ward's new Beta Club pin at the induction ceremony.
LEFT: Beta club members discussed the
sale of placemats and stationery.
FRONT ROW: H. Hawkins, P. Hester, J. Hays, C. Dillon, M. McGowan, M. Rocks, E. Hickingbottom, L. McGahen, P. Jordan, C.
Vergo, C. McBride, M. Remedies, M. Beverly, V. Watson, M. DePrang, L. Coltharp. SECOND ROW: C. Bice, B. Outlaw, L.
McKnight, C. Petty, B. Bourgeois, T. Nelson, P. Daniel, K. Dobbins, K. Bookter, P. Akins, A. Smith, D. Lea, D. Patrick, L. Tauzin,
G. Tatum, D. Wilson. THIRD ROW: C. Webster, M. Nooonan, V. Turner, M. Kane, K. Waggoner, J. Daczyk, G. Glenn, C. Mat-
thews, M. Markow, W. Enis, B. Adkins, J. MacLeod, R. Umling, C. Stephens, M. Noonan. FOURTH ROW: R. Katsock, J. Bedgood,
J. Finck, M. Hamby, R. Hardy, C. Wright, B. Smith, S. Lowe, S. Quinn, D. Moake, M. Radziwan, C. Ward, B. Woods, L. McKnight,
L. Evans, V. Tucker, C. Papageorge, V. Heyen, M. Allen.
The Future Business Leaders of America con-
sisted of sixteen members. The FBLA was led by
sponsors Mrs. Gloria Wilson and Miss Stuart. A stu-
dent must be enrolled in or must have completed at
least one business course to be a member. One of
their highlights of the year is the District Competi-
FBLA officers were: M. Smith, Pres.g B. Stewart, V. Pres.g P.
Smith, Sec.g V. Heyen, Treas.g Sponsors were Mrs. Wilson and
FRONT ROW: Y. Bourgueois, P. Smith, V. Heyen, B. Stewart, K. Bailey SECOND ROW S Hubbard G McWilliams V Tolleson
C. Kuntz, P. Moseley, M. Smith.
The Airline Chapter of Future
Secretaries Association included a
membership of twenty-eight stu-
dents who expressed an interest in a
secretarial career. Meetings were
held monthly at which time area
persons were invited to speak to the
members about secretarial topics of
special interest. The members
learned about word processing, good
grooming, the services of the local
communitfy, and educational oppor-
tunities or the secretar . Major
club activities included selling sta-
tionery as their fund-making pro-
ject, sjipnsoring a booth at the
annual ational ecretaries Associa-
r tion's seminar, special projects dur-
ing National Secretaries Week, and
competing for the Future Secretar-
ies Association scholarship. The
organization was sponsored by Mrs.
Margie Carleton and Mrs. Mildred
FSA Officers were: T. Howington, Pres., D.
Baldwin, V. Pres., M. Chapman, Correspond-
ing Sec.g S. Smith, Treas.g G. Page, Recording
Sec. Kathy Felts received a special award
from Mrs. Henry at one of the FSA meetings.
FRONT ROW: K. Felts, T. Howington, K. Goad, G. Page, E. Hickingbottom, D. Wittmer, D. Hart, P. Edwards. SECOND ROW: L.
Ward, S. Smith, M. Chapman, D. Baldwin, V. Tolleson, Y. Bourquois, B. Stewart, C. Kuntz, P. Smith. THIRD ROW: J. Young, D.
Strange, K. Beck, P. Oliver, C. Hodges, M. Smith.
The Airline Ad Staff is made up of
students who are willing and inter-
ested to go out and meet the public
and help sell ads for the Airline year-
book. This year the 1972-73 Staff was
made up of fifteen such members who
worked throughout the summer selling
The club held weekly meetings to
discuss the progress of the club. At the
end of the year, a day long workshop-
outing was held at Bolinger Camp.
Outstanding members included
Cyndy Gosnell, Rhonda Smith, and
Karen Beck. The club was sponsored
by Mrs. Murlene Adkins.
Business Manager, Kathy Bookter and Mrs.
Adkins were looking over some new ad sells.
Some outstanding members of the Ad Staff look
over some new ads.
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K. Bookter. Mrs. Adkins. sponsor.
Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta had approximately forty-
seven members for the 1972-73 school year.
Members must be asked to join this club. A
student must have completed two years of a
college preparatory math and be enrolled in a
third. Members must be asked to join this club.
A student must have completed two years of a
college preparatory math and be enrolled in a
third. Members must have a 3.0 over all aver-
age in math courses taken and at least a 3.C
over all average in all subjects.
Some of the highlights of the year were Dr.
V. Carlton from Centenary who talked about
her two year teaching experience in Liberia.
The District meeting was held at Airline. The
Annual High School Math Exam was spon-
sored by Mu Alpha Theta. Members attended
the State Convention in New Orleans. This
active club is sponsored by Mrs. Samuel.
Mu Alpha Theta officers were: D. Rich - Pres., D. Terrell
- V. Pres., M. Markow - Sec., T. Nelson - Treas.
FRONT ROW: V. Watson, M. Moser, L. McGahen, P. Akins, P. Leith, A. Smith, P. Daniel, J. Prothro, B. Adkins, L. Tauzin. SEC-
ND ROW: W. Enis, T. Nelson, L. Sheagren, J. Berry, G. Tatum, K. Goad, D. Rick, C. Riddick, M. Markow, J. Hays, L. McKnight.
'THIRD ROW: C. Wright, G. McWilliams, T. Stinnett, D. White, M. Noonan, K. Taylor, M. Radziwan, P. Schauwecker, C. Harvelle.
OURTH ROW: S. Quinn, S. Lowe, J. Papageorge, D. Long, R. Abrams, S. Schavrien, M. Gottardi, D. Terril, D. McConnell, G.
To be a member of the Future Homemakers of
America one must be enrolled in or have already
completed Home Economics. This year the club had
approximately twenty members. One of their activi-
ties is the Mother-Daughter Banquet, This year the
sponsors were Mrs. Jones and Miss Tassin.
FHA Officers were: L. Evans, Pres., L. Townsend, V. Pres., M.
Dworczyk, Sec., S. Hammett, Treas., J. Pratt, Song Leader, M.
Murray, Reporter, B. Childs, Parl.g P. Livingston, Historian.
Sponsors were Miss Tassin and Mrs. Jones.
FRONT ROW: C. Scorsone, R. Johnson, P. Livingston, C. McBride, C. Vergo, J. Tennyson, D. Beers, P. Thorn. SECOND ROW: i
Petty, J. Pratt, B. Childs, L. Townsend, D. Huckabe, M. McDonald, M. Murray, P. Simmons. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Frances Jones, .
Dworczyk, S. Hannelt, S. Poland, D. Sanders, K. Koeppen, Mrs. Tassin.
M 4 The Fellowship of Christian Athletes
consisted of about forty members. These
members strive to set a Christian exam-
ple both on the field and off. Any athlete
who wishes to exemplify Christ may be a
The hi hlight of the year was the FCA
NationaT Conference which is also
attended by many Professional and col-
lege athletes, who are great Christians as
well as outstanding athletes. The sponsor
of the FCA is Coach Walden.
Five outstanding members of the FCA went to
Estess Park, Colorado during the summer. They
were John Papageorge, Clark Givens, Mark Warner,
Ricky Mitchell, and Glenn Branch.
FRONT ROW: Coach Walden, D. Wilson, M. DePrang, S. Adams, B. McConathy, M. Dooley, M. Delly, D. Morrison, S. Williams, P.
Kelly, C. Young, M. Hobson, M. Hendrix, G. Smith, J. Prothro. SECOND ROW: D. Sale, O. McConathy, K. Stevens, M. Warner, L.
Guillory, R. Mitchell, J. Kesterson, A. Kelly, R. Ray, B. Allredo, D. Arrinton, S. Malone, R. Graig. THIRD ROW: J. Baranik, J.
Finch, B. Carter, M. White, S. Barley, B. Gravitt, W. Patrick, G. Branch, R. Calkins, M. Barnard, J. Gibbs, M. Manuel, D. White, A.
Anderson, R. Wall, R. Burdine. FOURTH ROW: D. Madden, J. Tuttle, S. Dooley, R. Spradling, D. Barnett, R. Cade, G. Gray, V.
Riley, L. Stevens, C. Roast, S. Haynes, C. Givens, M. Hamby, K. Sawyer, J. Papageorge, T. Slack.
The Future Teachers of America
consisted of fifteen members who were
interested in the field of teaching.
This year FTA members, with the
aid of their sponsor. Mr. Chisum, were
involved in many activities. They not
only assisted teachers in the grading of
papers, but also sponsored a "Teacher
of the Week," a "Student Teacher of
the Month," and took part in State
TOP RIGHT: FTA officers were Sandi Webb,
President, Rose Mary Umling, V. President:
Cindy Wallace, Treasurer: Cindy Stephens, Sec-
retary, Carl Webster, Parliamentarian. CEN-
TER: Sandi Webb, President, discussed FTA
plans with Mr. Chisum, sponsor.
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FRONT ROW: E. Hickingbottom, A. Stewart, C. Wallace, C. Ward. SECOND ROW: C. Stephens, R. Umling, K. Webb, R. McCay
K. McAllister. THIRD ROW: V. Tucker, K. Waggoner. C. Webster, B. Woods, S. Webb.
The Drama Club consisted of thirty-two
members who worked on the musical, "The
Music Man." They also presented awards to the
Best Actor Best Actress and Most Valuable
This club was organized to promote interest
in the theater and in dramatic arts.
LEFT: Officers were David Cole, President: Mike Taylor,
V. President: Bonnie Outlaw, Secretary, Cyndy Gosnell,
Activity Chairman, Laura Mosley, Treasurer. BELOW:
Mike Taylor and Mrs. Fullerton, sponsor, discussed the
FRONT ROW: L. Mosley, P. Schweitzer, L. Coltharp, S. Statham, P. Jordan, A. Smith, H. Hawkins, A. Alexander, S. Ray, L.
Evans, B. Outlaw. SECOND ROW: C. Stephens, R. Umling, C. Byers, K. Waggener, M. Otto, W. Enis, V. Smith, C. Webster, C.
Bice, C. Gosnell. THIRD ROW: L. McKnight, M. Markow, S. Webb, A. McKinney, W. Carter, H. Hubbard, T. Dilulio, D. McConnell,
D. Cole, M. Taylor.
Vikings for Christ, a club sponsored by
Mrs. Williford and Mr. Parnell, began it s
first year here at Airline.
There were approximately thirty-five
members who tried to interest themselves
and others in the spiritual aspects of their
lives and improve the spirit of the school.
The only requirement was the member be
a student of Airline interested in joining.
RIGHT: Officers were: P. Schauwecker, Pres., P. l
Daniel, V.P., C. Bice, Sec. i ,
FRONT ROW: T. Cline, B. Williams, R. Johnson, A. Stewart, C. Scorsone, C. Dillon, P. Daniel, S. Webb. SECOND ROW: M. Stout,
C. Greer, S. Wall, B. Adkins, K. Haynes, T. Nelson, T. Stinnett, K. Bruce. THIRD ROW: D. Adams, K. Kimmerly, K. Bookter, P.
McCormack, B. Outlaw, C. Gosnell, P. Akins, K. Dobbins, Mr. Parnell. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Williford, L. Bolton, C. Watkins, K.
Taylor, B. Smith, C. Bice, P. Schauwecker, B. Woods.
This years French Club consisted of thirty-five
members, and their sponsor Mrs. Kneass. The
only requirement was that the student have a
genuine interest in French.
As part of their fund raising for a trip to New
Orleans, they worked nights selling refreshments
at Union Field, sponsored a car Wash, sold sta-
tionery, and promoted spirit for the basketball
games by selling ribbons.
The Christmas season was enlightened when
Mark and Debbie Upton sponsored a party at
their home and each member contributed a spe-
cial food for the occasion.
TOP: Officers were: L. Holmberg, Pres., R. Abrams, V.P.g D.
Moake, Sec.: K. Moake, Treas.: M. Markow, Parl. LEFT: The
French Club sold refreshments at Union Field
ROW J Bookter B. Joyner, S. Faircloth, C. Stephens, R. Umling, L. Holmberg, C. McBride, P. Leith, M. McDonald, H.
SECOND ROW P Fisher, C. Greer, C. Byers, M. Markow, C. Riddick, K. Self, K. Dobbins, L. Sheagren, P. McCrillis.
ROW M Rocks M Markow, M. Stout, P. Ermes, K. Moake, L. McKnight, K. Taylor, C. Chrisman, E. Nash, E. Holmberg,
Nitz Mrs Kneass FOURTH ROW: M. Riddick, R, Abrams, M. Upton, B. Cleveland, S. Ward, D. Moake, S. Poland, C. Douthit,
The Spanish Honor Society, sponsored
by Mrs. Bucklew, consisted of eighteen
outstanding Spanish students. Each mem-
ber Was required to maintain a "B" aver-
age over a three semester period.
The club provided Christmas meals for
two families, participated in both the
poetry contest on a national basis and
state essay contest. They also held the ini-
tiation service for the new members in
RIGHT: Officers were: M. Bernstein, Pres.: K.
Green, V.P.: J. Berry, Sec. BELOW: Mrs. Bucklew
presented a savings bond to Mark Bernstein for the
Spanish Essay Contest.
FRONT ROW: K. Green, L. McGahen, J. Berry, T. Nelson, R. Cyr. BACK ROW: Mrs. Bucklew, M. Noonan, D. Ruiz,
Gattardi, M. Bernstein.
R. Hardy, M
The twenty-seven members of the
Spanish Club and their s onsor, Mrs.
Bucklew, collected food and, clothing for
the needy at Christmas and arranged an
exciting Christmas party for themselves.
They sold refreshments at the musical
and managed many other fund raising
projects for their trip to Six Flags.
The only requirement was to be
T enrolled in a Spanish class.
LEFT: Officers were: D. Riordan, President, K.
i Daugherty, V. President, K. Daugherty, Secretary-
FRONT ROW: T. Keenan, R. McGahen, D. Lea, V. Morgan, R. Morgan, K. Daugherty, M. Crews. SECOND ROW: K. Daugherty,
S. Davis, R. Poudrier, J. Hays, K. Green, S. Tennyson, M. Noonan, J. MacLeod. THIRD ROW: M. Yore, C. Gordon, D. Miller, K.
Cosier, P. Searles, D. Riordan.
Y-Teens was a very hard-working club
this year. This club, sponsored b Miss Wil-
son, consisted of thirty girls with a willing-
ness to help with service projects in the
community. These included visiting children
in the hospital, collecting for the needy or
disabled, and doing other things of help to
Activities t is year included service pro-
jects, Leadership Training Conferences, and
TOP RIGHT: Officers were Melinda Nelson, Treasurer,
Anita Stewart, Secretary, Vanessa Davis, V. President,
Cyndy Gosnell, President, Jeanette Hays, ICC Repre-
sentative. CENTER: Pat Daniel, City Chaplain talks
with Miss Wilson, sponsor.
FRONT ROW: Miss D. Wilson, J. Remedies, R. Lea, C. McBride M Nelson M Remedies R Johnson P Daniel SECOND ROW
C. Spataro, N. Reece, M. Allen, K. Haynes, C. Gosnell, V Davis A Stewart THIRD ROW J Pratt J Hays E Rash K Dobbins
P. Watkins, P. McCormack, C. Scorsone. FOURTH ROW M Guyton C Bice C Gosnell P Mosley K Brooks T Weaver B
The Drum Corps was a major part of
the Pep Squad this year. They proved to
be a great asset to Airline t is year by
promoting Viking spirit at pep rallies and
Playing a loud, roaring cadence, the
Drum Corps led the Valkyries in the rou-
tines they did before the football games.
LEFT: The Drum Corps officers were Carliss Laf-
itte, Captaing Glenda Emmons, Lieutenantg Mary
FRONT ROW J Hendrix C Harvllle R Pope C Humphrey C Brown C Lafitte, N. Reece, C. Furr. SECOND ROW: S. Hol-
stead K Bailey C McAllister G Emmons B Smith J Hays L Coleman M Otto.
Valkyries The Valkyries were a major part of
the success of the football and asket-
ball teams this year. Sponsored by Mrs.
Williford, Miss Henry, Miss Murphy,
and Miss Connell, the Valkyries
marched at all football games, sold
programs before the games, and col-
lected money for charity organizations.
The Valkyries also sold spirit ribbons
to all students at Airline who wished
to display their Viking spirit. K
RIGHT: Captains and lieutenants were picked to ii
FRONT ROW: D. Colvin, C. Santoro. SECOND ROW: H. Waddles, J. Perry, A. Alexander, L. Dillard, B. O'Neal, L. Rounds, B
Cooper, C. Williams. THIRD ROW: C. Spataro, K. Bruce, J. Daczyk, C. Webster, D. Lea, K. Dobbins, W. Enis, C. Fahnestock
FOURTH ROW: M. Noonan, J. MacLeod, M. Noonan, R. Morgan, B. Spearman, T. Weaver, M. Welsh, S. Robinson. FIFTH ROW
D. Riordan, K. Daugherty, P. Searles, K. Harris, M. Rocks, R. Sosbe, S. Tennyson, D. Scott. SIXTH ROW: R. Lea, M. Allen, D
Moak, K. Moak, K. Green, G. McConothy, H. Dobbins.
help lead the Pep Squad.
BELOW: Officers were Becky Adkins, 2nd Major: Denise Colvin, Lieutenant
Colonel, Charlotte Santoro, Colonel, Patty Akins, 1st Major: Pat Daniel, Chap-
FRONT ROW: B. Adkins, P. Akins, P. Daniel. SECOND ROW: J. Sullivan, M. Moser, J. Tarver, K. Falkner, T. Wade, D. Cunning-
ham, D. Pope, M. Guyton. THIRD ROW: D. Tolleson, D. Sullivan, J. Adams, D. Shaw, C. Petty, R. Johnson, L. Hester, J. Dixon.
FOURTH ROW: D. Brown, R. Shelman, D. Upton, R. Bedgood, P. Watkins, A. Neal, V. Barksdale, M. Collins. FIFTH ROW: K.
Moore, K. Martin, L. Connor, C. Scorsone, C. Sims, S. Provost, P. Thorn, C. Baker. TOP LEFT: Sponsors were Mrs. Williford, Miss
Henry, Miss Connell, Miss Murphy.
Five very familiar faces at Air-
line this year were the faces of
the 1972-73 cheerleaders. This
spirited, hard Working group of
girls, under the guidance of Miss
Bobo, were responsible for lan-
ning pep rallies, spirit breakflasts,
bon-fires, and other spirit-build-
ing projects throughout the year.
The requirements these girls must
keep are a 2.5 average, having
participated in band or pep squad
an entire year, and attend a
cheerleading clinic. I
RIGHT: Miss Bobo, cheerleader sponsor,
and Sharon Quinn, head cheerleader, dis-
cussed last minute plans for the bon-fire.
OPPOSITE PAGE, CENTER LEFT:
The State Play-off games brought out
the spirit of our fantastic faculty.
OPPOSITE PAGE, CENTER RIGHT:
Clowning around was just part of the
fun of being a cheerleader. OPPOSITE
PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: Spirit soared
as our Mighty Five ran out on the
field. ABOVE: Each day the cheerlead-
ers practiced extremely hard to make
their cheers and jumps as syncronized
as possible. RIGHT: The cheerleaders
posed for the photographer.
The cheerleaders for 1972-73 wereg Sharon
Quinn, head cheerleaderg Judy Adams, ass't.
head cheerleader, Kay Haynes, Jacque Free,
and Cathy Smith. UPPER RIGHT: Fairpark's
cheerleaders were introduced to the Viking
Here at Airline for her first year, Mrs. Noonan has
worked wonders with the three choirs that she taught.
Under her guidance and supervision, the 1972-73 choirs
helped with the presentation of the annual musical.
This year's musical was "The Music Man," which was
enjoyed by all who went to see it. Also, Mrs. Noonan
was fortunate to have a very talented singer in her
ahoir, Mary Rocks, who was a member of the All-State
ABOVE: Concert Choir members were, FRONT ROW: W. Bell, E. Hines, M. Murray, R. Furlow, M. DePrang, L. Faith, M. Rocks
F. Delaney, P. Akins, D. Wilson, C. Yore, L. Brown. SECOND ROW: B. Glenn, B. Dowden, S. Robinson, M. Remedies, J. Adams, C
Smith, L. Hobson, S. Ray, J. Berry, C. Gosnell. THIRD ROW: K. McAllister, T. Speed, K. Poor, T. Hart, J. Pratt, E. LaForest, K
Manning, D. Albright, J. Kenningion, C. Stoll, C. Russell, T. Haley, J. Wachtel. FOURTH ROW: C. Sims, D. Page, Higyygddles, W
Blackwell, R. Owens, T. Shumaker, R. Lacour, A. Gugliuaza, M. Hobson, K. Bailey, B. Carter, R. Cade, D. Madden, R. Carterf J
LEFT: Judy Adams helped to get the Freshman Choir ready for a performance. TOP RIGHT: Polly McCrillis practiced daily
eep her playing in shape. BOTTOM: Choir officers for 1972-73 were: Judy Adams, President: Cathy Smith, Vice-President,
Wilson, Secretaryg Christy Stoll, Treasurer: and Polly McCrillis, Piano Accompanist.
The Choir Helped to Present the Musical
TOP: Glee Club members were, FRONT ROW: C. Haley, C. Swearengin, D. Seale, J. Sullivan, N. Reece, J. Poole, M. Freeman, L
Coleman. SECOND ROW: T. San Angelo, D. Kendrick, A. Bogan, S. Webb, C. Petty, S. McKinnon, V. Wayne. THIRD ROW: M
McCardle, V. Tucker, C. Webster, V. Turner, S. Holstead. BOTTOM: Members of the Freshman Choir were, FRONT ROW: S
Flowers, B. McQueen, A. Morrison, C. Foster. SECOND ROW: J. Burroff, S. Brown, J. Landrove, D. Shahan, T. Cline, C. Tucker, P
Pizzolata, D. Scott. THIRD ROW: M. McDonald, C. Richardson, K. Waits, M. Smith, L. Bolton, D. Stevenson, G. Barksdale, J.
Dixon, J. Zator. FOURTH ROW: R. Dannenbung, T. Bailey, J. Cochran, W. Watson, D. Woods, A. Kelly, R. Ray, R. Remedes S
The Airline Band
Completing its ninth year, the Airline Band achieved
much. They traveled to towns from Colfax to Baton
Dr. Douglas Peterson is the band director assisted by
Mr. Prince Barfield. Although Dr. Peterson received the
responsibilit of assistant principal, he still devoted his
time and efflorts to the Airline Band.
The band attended pep rallies, football games, parades,
many community affairs, and even played for the Shriner
Circus. They also attended the District 2 marching con-
test in November and received a su erior rating.
Besides the freshman band and the concert band, there
was a new phase added called the Wind Ensemble, which
consisted mainly of junior and senior members.
The Vikin Band plans to represent Louisiana at the
Lions' Club Cgonvention in Miami, Florida this summer.
TOP RIGHT Dr Douglas Peterson was the band director. MIDDLE: Mr. Prince Barfield was assistant director of the band.
BOTTOM LEFT Ronnie Patton was the band captain. BOTTOM RIGHT: Brenda Love served as the drum major.
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FRONT ROW, fl to rj: C. Gosnell, N. Bale, C. Bice, K. Brooks, L. Nitz, L. McKnight, P. McCormick, K. Bennett, A. Stewart,
Stoll. SECOND ROW: L. Tauzin, D. Patrick, L. Stevens, B. Outlaw, M. Beverly, K. Byers, S. Stala, C. Wright, L. Ketner,
Watson, C. Arceneaux, R. Peterson, L. Digilormo, C. Bennett, A. Koch, T. Bice, C. Schweitzer, F. Grant, P. Getz. THIRD ROW
Hester, C. Papageorge, T. Nicolo, C. Ward, B. Woods, T. McDonough, V. Davis, C. Wallace, C. Stephens, V. Corley, L. Coltharp,
Cantu, R. Bachelor, A. McKinney, G. Sylvester, K. Arrington, M. Weisel, D. Camp, D. Camp, B. Bougeious, M. Lewis, C. Mathis,
Russell, C. Hunt, J. Riechman, L. Parkenson, A. Delt, K. Peterson. FOURTH ROW: D. Long, S. McCoy, G. Tatum, R. Barnette,
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on, J. Wade, J. Cary, M. Wilson, B. Smith, R. Oldham, R. Reiter, C. Gosnell, B. Love, R. Dysart, K. Watson, C. Byers, R. Umling.
IFTH ROW: L. Evans, C. Dillon, D. Neyland, R. McCay, S. Statham, C. Sheagren, S. Davis, B. Lee, J. Scarborough, C. Hermosillo
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ill, F. Rougeau, D. Deawon, K. Patrick, S. Phillips, J. Baldwin, D. McConnell, W. Grant, P. Caramia, G. Pierce.
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and long hours paid off for the halftime performances. BOTTOM RIGHT: Drum
Majorette, Brenda Love beat time as the band kept playing.
Without a doubt, AFROTC is the fastest moving group
at Airline. Would you believe a 300-mile per hour field
trip? This was the first year for AFROTC to be at Air-
line, but the cadets lost no time in getting involved in the
Classes came first. Three hours a week were devoted to
the academic portion, taught by Major McNair. The
cadets learned about airplanes, space craft and the aeros-
pace environment. Two hours a week were spent under
the watchful e e of SMSgt. Murphy, the leadership
instructor. Besidis learning about customs and rules in
the Air Force, the cadets learned self-discipline and lead-
ership through the flight drills and by being placed in
leadership positions in the cadet corps.
Co-Curricular activities played a big part in AFROTC.
In the fall, the Color Guard and Drill Team marched in
pre-game ceremonies at the football games. They even
had an all-tgirl flag detail. Five fund-raising projects were
the sale o the ceramic Vikings, school pens, Christmas
trees, bagging at the Commissary, and the car wash.
Three service projects were the Muscular Dystrophy
Drive, the toy drive, and visits to the Manor Nursing
Home. The cadets were highly impressed by the flight on
the KC-135, the highlight of the year.
TOP RIGHT: Field trips to the base were fun and exciting for the members of the ROTC group. ABOVE: Squadron Commander,
S. Schavrien, "A" Flight Commander, R. Spooner, UB" Flight Commander, B. Lunsford, "C" Flight Commander, R. Owens, f'D"
Flight Commander, S. Lamette, HE" Flight Commander, G. McNair. SECOND ROW: Information Officer, M. Markow, Guidon
Bearer, S. Winner, Personnel Officer, R. Patton, Information Specialist, M. Markow. THIRD ROW: Material Specialist, B. Craw-
ford, Administration Officer, D. Camp, Finance Officer, M. Gottardi, Operations Officer, R. Carter. FOURTH ROW: Deputy Com-
mander, J. Watson, Finance Specialist, D. Arrington, First SGT., G. McAllister, Operations Specialist, S. Phillips, Personnel Spe-
cialist, B. Myers.
TOP: "A" Flight, FRONT ROW: R. Spooner, Commander, O. Barker, R. Cade, P. Carson, J. Secrest. SECOND ROW: R. Graid, D
Stevens, R. Patton. THIRD ROW: D. Whitehead, C. McNair, C. Webster. FOURTH ROW: G. Rounds, M. Malone, L. Jackson, S
Rogers. CENTER: "B" Flight, FRONT ROW: B. Lunsford, Commander, C. Sosbe, M. Markow, J. Bedgood. SECOND ROW: D
Wimberly, B. bourgeois, P. Simmons. THIRD ROW: H. Bryant, G. Moseley, R. Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: K. Williams, C. Dunken-
tell, M. Morrison, J. Scarborough. ABOVE: "C" Flight, FRONT ROW: R. Owens, Commander D. Jenkins, B. Crawford, D. Arring-
ton. SECOND ROW: A. Cranville, A. Richardson, R. Morris, R. Camp, M. Manuel.
ROTC Did Its Part to Serve Airline
TOP: "D" Flight, FRONT ROW: S. Lamette, Commander, D.
Camp, V. Wilson, L. Yates, B. Cleveland. SECOND ROW: J.
Brown, D. Glynn, C. Reiter, H. McAllister. THIRD ROW: K.
Madison, M. Francis, S. Arnold. FOURTH ROW: J. Miles, R.
Johnson, D. Francis, W. Blackwell. CENTER: "E" Flight,
FRONT ROW: G. McNair, Commander, T. Carpenter, G. Glenn,
P. Spencer, B. Pollard. SECOND ROW: S. Winner, S. Phillips, R.
Munn, M. Markow. THIRD ROW: M. Gottardi, R. Carter, B.
Myers. FOURTH ROW: S. Schavrien, Squadron Commander, G.
McAllister, S. Ward, D. Freeman. LEFT: Airline's ROTC took
pride in presenting the colors at pre-game festivities.
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UDENT LIFE ' STUDENT LIFE
Juniors Waited Anxiously to Receive Their
TOP LEFT: Mrs. Stephens tried to keep cool as she got the
juniors in line. TOP RIGHT: Debbie Albright clowned for the
photographer. ABOVE: Students waited in the study hall
until time to receive their rings. RIGHT: Newly elected junior
senators helped to usher families and friends into the audito-
Rings and Assume Positions of Leadership
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Ding. LEFT: Brenda Love presented Leo Stevens with his senior ring.
ABOVE: Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Jones, and Mrs. Rogers, were a big help to
the Juniors in preparing for the Ring Ding.
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they walked through the ring. CENTER: A skit was given to entertain the audience and to introduce the theme. BOTTOM: Juniors
kept their excitement down.
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TOP LEFT: Coach Gray was
presented a plaque by the
football team which started,
Coach Jack Gray, "A Viking
Forever." TOP RIGHT: Stu-
dents waited in line for their
steaks. MIDDLE LEFT: Jack
Tuttle and Steve Haynes
were chosen as Captains of
the team by the football
The Football Banquet Brought Back Memorles
TOP LEFT: Teachers waited
eagerly in line for their food.
TOP RIGHT: Mr. Johnson
presented Ronald Johnson
something to remember the
Texarkana game by. MID-
DLE: The Sophomores were
always ready to get started.
RIGHT: Everyone was thor-
oughly entertained by the
excellent performance of the
TOP LEFT: Ron Calkins gave the Viking Response. TOP
RIGHT: Nicky Nicolo was presented the Viking Award. ABOVE:
John Papageorge received the Scholastic Award for having the
highest grade point average on the team. LEFT: Steve Haynes
was chosen as the Most Valuable Playmz
Valhalla Staff Sponsored 72 Beauties
TOP: The judges choose thirteen
beautiful finalists for "73. ABOVE:
John Papageorge presented Tammy
Nicolo the bouquet for first runner-
up. CENTER: Sarah Elliott was
crowned Most Beautiful by Susan
Bustamento and Mr. Haynes. CEN-
TER RIGHT: Ron Calkins pres-
ented the bouquet for second run-
ner-up to Brenda Love. RIGHT: Dr.
Peterson served as the Master of
Ceremonies. FAR RIGHT: Tammy
Nicolo discovered the decision.
TOP LEFT: The three finalists were
Sarah Elliott, Tammy Nicolo, and Brenda
Love. TOP RIGHT: Jack Sikes worked the
curtains. CENTER TOP LEFT: Ron and
Cindy Dilulio provided the main entertain-
ment. CENTER TOP RIGHT: Carol
Papageorge congratulated Judy Poole.
CENTER BOTTOM: The Airline Band
was outstanding once again. ABOVE: Stu-
dents awaited the start of the pageant.
LEFT: Contestants waited for the pro-
gram to begin.
3 Pageant Was a Success
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eorge, Ron Calkins, Nicky
Nicolo, and Mark Warner
controlled the spotlights.
TOP RIGHT: Jacque Free
and Debbie Herkert distrib-
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Students Found hanges Easy to Accept
TOP LEFT: This years office girls
were an outstanding organization.
TOP RIGHT: Students showed
enthusiasm at the first pep rally for
state in four years. CENTER
LEFT: Students prepared to leave
after a long day. CENTER RIGHT:
Tina De Ville and Brent Ford were
involved in a serious discussion.
FAR LEFT: This year's fashions
were quite different from last
year's. LEFT: Mr. Haynes was
appointed the new principal.
tudents Used Time in Their Own Ways
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ABOVE: Mr. Carleton was a prisoner in his own class. LEFT: Stu-
dents made their acting debut. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT:
Snoopy Wilson helped to keep Airline clean. TOP CENTER: The
Sophomore girls displayed their talents in basketball. TOP RIGHT:
Linda Nitz, Philip Caramia, and Debbie Johnson enjoyed posing for
the cameraman. CENTER LEFT: Cecelia Mathis left Airline for
another day. BOTTOM LEFT: Art class was sometimes amusing.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Jack Sikes helped to keep the yearbook room
Airline Teachers Were a Spirited Part
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RIGHT: The faculty proved their spirit. CENTER TOP
LEFT: ROTC enjoyed the helicopter flight. CENTER TOP
RIGHT: Jan Berry and Randy Carter did some art work
for the musical. CENTER BOTTOM LEFT: The pep squad
went through their routines. CENTER BOTTOM RIGHT:
Susan Loughner and Carol Swearengin checked the stu-
dent files. RIGHT: Some of the teachers gave their version
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her appreciation. TOP MIDDLE:
The faculty formed a ten man pyra-
mid. TOP RIGHT: Students gave a
skit for homecoming. CENTER
LEFT: Vikings met before class.
CENTER MIDDLE: Christine
Vergo viewed the outside world.
CENTER RIGHT: Susan Loughner
arrived for a new day. ABOVE:
ROTC and the pep squad stood at
attention. LEFT: The faculty
watched as the pep rally began.
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Vikes Were District Champs, State Finalist
For the first time in Airline's nine year history,
the 1972 edition of Coach Jack Gray's Vikings cap-
tured an undisputed District 1-AAAA Champion-
ship. The Vikings accomplished this by beating
every team in the Shreveport-Bossier area. But Air-
line's winning ways didn't stop there. Representing
their district, the Mighty Vikings moved into the
state playoffs and went all the way to the finals,
handily conquering all of their opponents, and fin-
ishing with an 11-3 record.
The season began immediately after the 1971 sea- 9
son was over. With a large number of talented sen-
iors, the Vikes had high hopes for the upcoming 'J 7
year. As the season progressed, more teams became
victims to the victorious Vikes. Among them were
Bossier, Southwood, Captain Shreve, Byrd, West
Monroe, Fair Park, Woodlawn, and B.T.W. Then, on
marched the Norsemen through the playoffs, all the
way to the finals by beating West Monroe, Sulphur
and South Terrebonne. Not until the final game did
the Vikings drop a 6-0 decision at Neville. But it
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had the better team. With all of their desire, pride, 1- 1
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FIRST ROW: R. Mitchell, J. Prothro, J. Sikes, P. Kelly, D. Morrison, M. Kelly, S. Williams, J. Gibbs, N. Nicolo, R. Calkins, S.
Harris, R. Lesikar, M. Morgan, A. Anderson, R. Wall, R. Kobelt, G. Branch. SECOND ROW: G. Wren, D. White, J. Merrick, B.
Gravitt, S. Malone, S. Bailey, M. White, B. Carter, D. Dunlop, L. Guilory, K. Sawyer, V. Raley, D. Barnette, J. Finck, C. Ray, M.
Hamby, W. Patrick. THIRD ROW: J. Williams, D. Harris, M. Banard, J. Kesterson, J. Jimenez, M. Dooley, C. Young, G. Smith M.
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Haynes, R. Cade, G. Gray, J. Leechman, R. Spradling, C. Givens, J. Tuttle, W. Blackwell, D. Sale, R. Johnson, M. Warner, L. Yates,
M. Thompson, V. Wilson, S. Dooley, L. Stevens, G. Finck, D. Madden, J. Papageorge. TOP: Coaches: Ray, Walden, Reding, Maples,
Airline Skinned Kats
The scene was a very hot autumn night in
Bossier Stadium for the debut of the 1972 foot-
ball season for both Airline and Bossier. It
took Airline almost the whole first half to get
started, but then the Vikings rolled to a 34-0
triumph - the most one-sided decision in the
nine-year history of the traditional rivalry.
The offense sputtered the first half, but two
big breaks helped the Vikes put two touch-
downs on the board in the first half. The Kats
fumbled their first possession on the 28 and
Airline scored in five plays. The next Viking
score came when a Bossier field goal was
blocked by Glen Branch. Ron Johnson picked it
up and ran 55 yards for the touchdown.
In the second half, the next two scores came
on Steve Haynes to Jim Williams passes for 48
and 23 yards. Williams also added the final
marker on a 38 yard pass interception. The
Viking defense held the Kats scoreless, making
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TOP: Jim Williams broke loose for a large gain. BOTTOM LEFT: Steve
Haynes ripped-off the cadence. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jack Tuttle hauled in a
pass for a lst down. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: The defense stopped the
Southwood offense short. BOTTOM LEFT: The PAT was drilled through.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Clark Givens intercepted a Southwood pass.
Airline's second regular season game
found them matched a ainst a tough oppo-
nent, the Southwood gowboys. This game
was the district 1-AAAA opener for the
Vikes and Airline came out on top 28-7.
On the Vike's first possession, they
showed a display of their great offense as
they marched down the field on a 74 yard
scoring drive. The touchdown play came on
a 49 yard pass from Steve Haynes to Clark
Givens. Second quarter action showed the
Vikes in control again as they marched 58
yards down the field and Jim Williams
busted through from the 3 for the score, and
at the half the score was 14-0 in favor of the
After the half the Vikes came back with a
6 play, 71 yard scoring drive which was cap-
ped ofg' by a two yard scoring plunge by
The fourth quarter set the scene for the
Vikes' final tally. Haynes engineered the
Vikings down the field for 43 yards in 4
plays. The score came on a 15 yard pass
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the score 28-7. This win boosted Airline's
T record to 2-0.
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The Airline Vikings, ranked third in the
state, were dealt their first defeat of the
year, losing to the Texarkana Razorbacks,
14-12, in a close, controversial game at Tex-
The Vikings looked unbeatable in the first
period. They ran the first Texarkana punt
back for a touchdown but had it called back.
That was just the beginning of what was to
be a long night for the Vikes. The game was
filled with bad breaks and questionable calls 1
for the Norsemen. The Vikings sealed their slii
own doom with two costly turnovers in the
final three minutes of play. The potent
Viking offense had an off night, throwing W
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TOP: Vikes relaxed during halftime. LEFT: Coaches Gray and Ray
discussed the game plan. RIGHT: Terry Slack ran back a punt.
OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Andy Anderson turned the corner. CEN-
TER: The scoreboard was a happy sight for the Vikes. RIGHT:
Coaches Walden and Maples showed their enthusiasm. BOTTOM:
Stan Harris lunged at the ball carrier.
Vikes Chomped Gators
The Vikings made it happen on a mild Saturday
night, witnessed by well over 10,000 fans in Captain
Shreve Stadium. It was a moment the Vikings had
long been waiting for and one that will be remem-
bered for a long time to come. Airline demolished
Capt. Shreve 34-20, to mark the first time in history
the Vikings had ever beaten the Gators. It was the
Gators first league loss since 1969, but this was the
It was a night in which many records fell. Steve
Haynes passed for 393 yards, completing 18 of 30. The
Airline running game added another 100 yards. The
mighty Viking defense was just as impressive. It was
brilliant, completely controlling the Gator offense.
The Viking scoring came first on a six yard Haynes
to Jack Tuttle pass. Next, Mike Barnard recovered a
Gator fumble in the end zone for the second TD. This
left the score 13-13 at the half. But in the second half,
Haynes exploded on bombs of 35 and 64 yards to Ron-
ald Johnson for touchdowns. His 44 yard TD pass to
Andy Anderson clinched the victory. Clark Givens
caught 9 for 164 yards for another school record.
The victory left the Vikings in command of District
1-AAAA going into next week's second big showdown
Big Blue Bombed Byrd
The Airline Vikings moved a step closer to the dis-
trict crown as they smashed previously unbeaten Byrd,
28-6. It was the second "Game of the Year" in as many
weeks for the Vikings as revenge for last year was on
A fierce wind played a key factor in the game. Byrd
scored first at the end of the first period but missed
the PAT. Airline then drove 41 yards in the second
quarter for their first TD. The drive was climaxed by
a one yard sneak by Steve Haynes. A short Jacket
punt resulted in the Vikes second score on a 44 yard
drive. With less than a minute left in the half, the
tough Viking defense forced a Jacket fumble
recovered by Leo Stevens. The next play, Haynes hit
Jack Tuttle for a 14 yard TD. On the first play after
the kickoff, Byrd again fumbled and Stevens
recovered. Haynes repeated to Tuttle for an 11 yard
TD with 20 seconds left in the first half. Airline had
scored 21 points in 24 seconds. This put the ice on the
game for the Vikes.
Although Haynes totaled on 79 yards passing, the
Viking running attack amassed 250 yards. This was
accomplished by going to the Wishbone offense as John
Papageorge gained 60 yardsg Terry Slack, 56 yards and
Haynes keeping for 51 stripes. This was made possible
by the offensive line tearing gaping holes in the Byrd
defense. The Viking defense held the Jackets to only
12 yards rushing.
The win left the Vikes in undisputed first place in
District 1-AAAA with a 3-0 record.
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Airline's sixth game of the season
found them traveling to Greenville,
Miss., to play the defending Mississippi
The Vikings found the going tough
as the Greenville Hornets put two first
half touchdowns on the board making
the score at half 14-0, in favor of the
Hornets. The Norsemen came out
fighting in the second half. They put
their first points on the board early in
the fourth period but missed the two-
point conversion try. With time run-
ning out in the game, the Vikes drove
the ball deep into Hornet territory.
With 35 seconds remaining, Steve
Haynes passed to Jim Williams for an
apparent TD to tie the game. But the
officials called the play back on a hold-
ing penalty as time ran out.
The loss set back Airlinels record to
4-2 and made it a long trip home.
Viking faces told the story. TOP TO BOTTOM:
Terry Slack, Stan Harris, John Papagcorge, Mike
Thompson. RIGHT: Mike Banard. OPPOSITE
PAGE, TOP: Vikes prepared to take the field.
CENTER: Clark Givens made the tackle. LEFT:
Steve Haynes pitched to Terry Slack. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Jack Tuttle started the rally.
After a stale first half Airline Home-
coming fans delighted to see their
Vikings take the victory 28-7.
The first half not being very productiye
for either Airline or West Monroe showed
each team scoring only once in the second
quarter. Airline's score came on a 21 yard
aerial to halfback Terry Slack from quar-
terback Steve Haynes with only two min-
utes remaining in the half. The score was
set up when Stan Harris recovered a
West Monroe fumbled punt on the 36.
Second half action showed Airline a lit-
tle more inspired as they exploded into a
three touchdown, 21 point scoring burst.
In the third quarter Ronald Johnson
caught a pass at the 15 and danced easily
into the end-zone. other third period
action showed Terry Slack returning a
W.M. punt 57 yards and a touchdown.
The last period had Airline only scoring
once and it was Johnson getting the call
again on a pass from Haynes for his sec-
ond score of the night. Steve Haynes toed
all four PAT's making the score 28-7.
This non-district game brought the
Vikes record to 5-2.
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After a Thursday night postponement due to a
torrential downpour, the Airline Vikings faced
cross town rival Fair Park. The game played on
Saturday found the Vikings lacking something:
however, they did win 8-0.
The only score in the game came early in the
first quarter on a pass by Airline quarterback
Steve Haynes to split-end Clark Givens. John
Papageorge ran over for the two point conversion
after Fair Park was off side twice. This made the
score 8-0 and that was the way it remained.
Later in the game Airline had another chance
to score and add insurance points but a missed
Haynes field goal lost the points. This game gave
y Airline a great lead in District 1-AAAA play with
i a 4-0 record, and a 6-2 record overall.
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TOP: The Vikes hit the field for another game. LEFT CENTER:
Jack Tuttle stopped a Fair Park rusher. BOTTOM: Ron Calkins
closed in for the tackle. RIGHT: Airline defensive front lines up
against B.T.W. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Ronald Johnson danced
into the end-zone. BOTTOM LEFT: Airline defenders stopped the
play for a loss. BOTTOM RIGHT: Steve Haynes sneaks for the
Knights Fell Hard
Outstanding defensive plays led the way to the
Airline Vikings' fourth straight win in as many
years over the Woodlawn Knights. This year's
romp showed Airline taking a 42-0 victory.
Six interceptions and a fumble recovery set the
scene for the slaughter. Although the defense
was great, the offense wasn't bad either. Steve
Haynes hit 11 of 23 passes for 216 yards. The Air-
line running backs churned out 124 yards on the
The first half proved to be the most productive
for the Vikes as they scored 35 points. The scor-
in came on Ha nes asses to Ron Johnson Jim
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added two more TDs on short runs and Jack Tut-
tle scored on a 64 yard pass interception.
Although the Vikes only scored once in the sec-
ond half, the second team played most of the
fourth quarter. This victory wrapped up the Dis-
trict 1-AAAA Championship for Airline with a 5-
0 record and 7-2 overall.
TOP: Johnny Gibbs and Willie Blackwell nailed the
ballcarrier. CENTER: The Viking defense pursued.
BOTTOM: Ronald Johnson pulled one in. OPPO-
SITE PAGE, TOP: John Papageorge ran to day-
light. CENTER: All the seniors were captains. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Jack Tuttle made a diving catch. BOT-
TOM RIGHT: Steve Haynes sprinted to safety.
Vikes Won District
For the first time in the history of Airline
High School, the Vikings won the District 1-
AAAA championship with an undefeated
district record. The Vikes beat every team
in Shreveport and took a state playoff berth
in the process. Airline accomplished this by
downing the Booker T. Washington Lions
The game didn't start very well for the
Vikings, for in the first half they only
scored once. B.T.W. matched this to tie the
score at half at 7-7. The first half score
came by John Papageorge, who also had the
Vikings first hundred yard rushing game
The second half had the Vikings back to
their old ways in scoring 23 points and hold-
ing B.T.W. to 7. Jim Williams, Terry Slack,
and John Papageorge combined their rush-
ing talents for the points. Williams and
Slack scored from 3 and 13 yards out respec-
tively, each adding a two point conversion.
Papageorge finished it up with a 50 yard TD
Vikings Opened Playoffs With Convinoing Win
Airline opened the state playoffs at home
against the Rebels of West Monroe. The
Vikings had beaten the Rebels earlier in the
season and won this one-sided decision 35-0.
Airline's defense was superb in allowing only
26 yards rushing, 17 passing, and only three
While the defense was doin their thing, the
Viking offense did a little og their own. The
Norsemen had a total of 341 yards, 171 yards
rushing, 170 yards passing, and racked up a
total of 18 first downs.
The scoring went as follows: A 70 yard pass
from Steve Haynes to Jim Williams, a one
yard run by Micky Morgan, a one yard sneak
by Haynes, a 12 yard jaunt by Jim Prothro,
and Jim Williams on a 5 yard smash. Haynes
added all five PATS.
This opening win set the Vikes up in the
quarter-finals against the Golden Tornadoes of
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A rain-soaked field and rain throughout the
game did not dampen the Vikings spirit as
they traveled to Sulphur for the State quarter
finals. The Vikes won the mud-fest 14-12.
The Viking defense was again brilliant but
the offense was there when it counted. John
Papageorge led the way for 100 yards on 14
carries, and Mickey Morgan added 65 yards on
9 attempts and 1 TD.
The Vikings led at half 6-0. In the second
half Ronald Johnson scored on a pass from
Steve Haynes and Jim Williams went over for
the two point conversion. Sulphur came back
and scored two touchdowns but it was all in
vain as the Viking defense stopped both PAT
attempts. This left the score at 14-12 and put
the Vikings in the semi-finals.
TOP: R. Johnson snagged another one.
RIGHT CENTER: The team celebrated after
victory. LEFT CENTER: J. Williams went up
high -for the ball. BOTTOM: "Paco" Prothro
cut off tackle. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: M.
Morgan evaded a tackler. CENTER: The
Vikes led the pep rally. BOTTOM: The Dis-
Vikes Bagged Gators
For the second time in three playoff games the
Airline Vikings shut out their opponents. This time
the victim was the South Terrebonne Gators. The
score was 21-0 and the Vikes moved into the state
The Defense only allowed 52 yards running and
51 yards passing for six first downs. This great
defense inspired the offense to score 21 points.
Seven in the first half on a pass from Steve Ha nes
to Clark Givens with only seconds left in the half.
Fourteen points were scored in the second half. Jim
Williams made a great catch of 37 yards to set up
the next score which was his own as he smashed
over from the one making the score 14-0. Jack Tut-
tle finished off Airline's scoring with a five yard
pass from Haynes.
This made the total 21-0 and set the Vikes up for
the state AAAA championship game the next week
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TOP: S. Haynes fired a bullet. LEFT: J. Williams headed goal-
ward. RIGHT CENTER: The team broke out on the field. BOT-
TOM: R. Calkins ran the ballcarrier down. OPPOSITE PAGE,
TOP: t'Taco" Prothro ran off his block. LEFT CENTER: J.
Papageorge broke lose on a long gainer. RIGHT: The team knelt
in prayer before the game. BOTTOM: The Blue defense added
Airlme Fought Hard in State Finals
For two days prior to the state championship
game between Neville and Airline it rained. It
rained almost constantly until gametime. The
floor of Neville's stadium was pure mud and com-
pletel drenched with rain. It was exactly what
Nevillbe wanted because about their only chance
of beating the Mighty Vikings would be in that
kind of weather. The Tigers got their wish and
won 6-0. It was their kind of field and their kind
of grime. But it could have been so much differ-
enti . . .
The bad weather was the equalizer. It took
away what the Vikes did best - pass. Quarter-
back Haynes just could not set up in the mud or
grip the mud-soaked ball. The Vikes coould not
get rolling. Neville controlled the ball in the sec-
ond half and their only score came in the fourth
quarter after a controversial call.
In ,the tearful Viking dressing room after the
game, Coach Jack Gray told the seniors that this
was his last game as a Viking. In his final season,
Gray led his Vikings to a District crown and an
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The Airline basketball Vikings achieved their sev-
enth 20-game win season in eight ears under the
leadership of Coach J. C. Howell. The Vikes com-
piled a 20-13 record winning the Bossier Tourna-
ment in the process. Airline was 7-5 in district com-
The Vikings were led by senior Mike "Opie"
McConath who maintained a 27.7 point per ame
average. Olther seniors were Ronald Johnson, Steve
Haynes, Donald Johnson and Kenny Stevens. The
underclassmen consisted of John Secrest, Victor
Wilson, David Francias.
TOP Coach Howell BOTTOM, FRONT ROW: David Whitehead, Jim Newton, Pat Givens, David Francais, Jimmy McCoy, Willie
Miller Robert Samette Stan Bulmer. BACK ROW: Coach J. C. Howell, Willie Blackwell, Victor Wilson, John Secrest, Donald
Johnson Kenny Stevens Ronald Johnson, Mike McConathy, Steve Haynes, Kenny Williams.
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RIGHT: David Whitehead hit one from the corner.
MIDDLE: Mike McConathy shot a charity shot.
BOTTOM: Donald Johnson pulled down a rebound.
OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP LEFT: Ronald Johnson
blocked a Woodlawn shot. TOP RIGHT: Mike
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tor Wilson went high to block a shot. BOTTOM
MIDDLE: David Francis shot a free throw. BOT-
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LEFT: Ronald Johnson jumped for
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TOP: Coach Carr led the frosh. CENTER: FRONT ROW: B. Furgeson, S. Adams, K. Ford, S. Crawford, R. Johnson, J. Wehee, L
Jones, D. Wilson, M. Beauford. MIDDLE ROW: V. Fred, Bill McConathy, M. Johnson, J. Dehart, S. Knobb, D. Thrash, B. Hill, R.
Lane, M. Bell, R. Remedies. TOP ROW: Coach Carr, D. Bussy, D. Woods, A. Kelly, L. Strange, J. Barnick, R. Ray, P. Johnson, B
Alred, Coach Howell. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: T. Davis, L. Sanford, B. McConathy, S. Adams, M. Johnson, D. Wilson, H. Bolotfe
TOP ROW: Coach Walden, R. Ray, F. Adams, B. Alred, B. Reed, L. Strange, J. Barnick, M. Robinson.
1972 Vikes Captured District Crown
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FRONT ROW: S. Dillard, J. Terrell, S. Williams, J. Papagcorgc, A. Anderson, J. Alexander, W. Mecklenburg. BACK ROW: Coach
Reding, T. Slack, G. Rounds, J. James, R. Johnson, W. Blackwell, S. Scott, M. Oppcrman, R. Spradling. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: R.
Johnson cleared thc height. LEFT CENTER: J. Papageorge burst out of the blocks. RIGHT: Stove Scott was district champ in the
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jeans to school. RIGHT: Retakes were not considered a "group"
activity for the Senior boys
N icolo, Nicky
Each Sr Spent the School Day
LEFT: Jerome Seitz's energy subsided only when it
was time to study. ABOVE: Senior girls took it easy
Through Good Times and Bad, Srs. United
OPPOSITE PAGE: In
between his visitors Nicky
Nicolo, an injured Viking
football player, posed for the
photographer. RIGHT: Class
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Whorton, Mary Ann
OPPOSITE PAGE: Steve
Haynes and Jack Tuttle
were chosen as team cap-
tains for one of the dis-
trict games, RIGHT: The
Seniors presented a giant
Hershey's Kisses to the
football team to say
"thanks for a job well
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Junior officers were:
J u mor Class
S. Spataro, Treas., A. Smith, VP., B. Outlaw, Pres., M. Otto, Sec,
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Barnard found many amusing
things while cleaning out their
lockers. CENTER: Kathy Felts
and Teila Downs enjoyed their
bookkeeping lecture. BOTTOM:
A familiar sight in Airline's
halls were Cherrie Sims and
Roger Cyr. OPPOSITE PAGE:
Greg Pierce was always reacly to
help Susan Smith with her sinus
Junior Participation Was Great
TOP: Cheerleaders decorated
the cars for the homecoming
parade. BOTTOM: Patti Akins
recollected old biology days with
Mr. Carson. OPPOSITE PAGE:
Junior girls made cakes for the
football players before the
South Terrebonne game.
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LEFT: Marsha Markow
relaxed in gym. OPPOSITE
TOP: Pep Squad practiced
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Juniors tried hard at prac-
Juniors Strived for Knowledge
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Ed. OPPOSITE PAGE: Mrs. Gills' English class was always interesting.
Officers were: T. Nicolo, V. Pres., V. Green, Pres., A. Russell, Treasg K. Green, Sec.
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ophomores Expressed Themselves
OPPOSITE PAGE: Mark
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speech class. LEFT: Mike
Williams caught U40 winks"
in his geometry class.
ophomores Were Active in Sports
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Mrs. Blackadar's English
class responded eagerly to
question. OPPOSITE PAGE,
BOTTOM: Mrs. Esbess and
Mrs. Blackburn joined in the
fun at the pep rally. LEFT:
Amy Neal and Renee
McGuire showed Viking
spirit by making a poster for
Sophomores Used Their Tune W1sely
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posters made to show Viking spirit. TOP RIGHT: Brian Cleve-
land studied during lunch. BOTTOM RIGHT: Susan Hornbcak
and Wanda Kennedy stop to talk between classes.
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OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Sophs. showed their spirit at the pep rallies. BOTTOM RlGH'Il
Karen Martin and friends prepared to make a presentation. ABOVE: Sophomores entered thi
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OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT Mack Covell and Keith Adams stopped for a
drink between classes MIDDLE LEFT This student found time to stop at his
locker BOTTOM LEFT Students prepared to take a test. TOP RIGHT A Home
Ec student prepared to cook BOTTOM RIGHT Studying was a part of dally life
Umling, Rose Mary
ophomores Enjoyed Their Classes
White, Mark l
You ng, Cary
OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: These art students worked
hard on their projects. MIDDLE LEFT: Nancy Stoll talked about
atoms in her science class. TOP RIGHT: Debbie Miller explained
an Algebra problem. BOTTOM RIGHT: These students enjoyed
their Geometry class.
Officers were: B. Hill, Pres., V. Corley, V. Pres., B. Taylor, Treas M Collins Sec
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LEFT: Assemblies were one of the main attractions for the
Frosh. ABOVE: Laughter and good times came with lunchtime
Freshmen Proved To Be Fnendly
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memorizing their schedules. LEFT: Mr. Carson's
biology class always worked steadily.
RIGHT: Vickie Corley found
that chemistry was not her
class, OPPOSITE PAGE:
Debbie Shepherd found out
she did not know her way
around Airline like she
thought she did.
Freshmen Finally Learned
Niette, J anc
Ott, J anc
Fresh Were Enthused With pirit
RIGHT: Colleen Bennett and
Kathy Arrington helped with
the presentations for the
Richardson, Carol Ann
San Angelo, Sandra
LEFT: In the pep rallies, Freshmen showed lots
Fresh Found New Beginnings
RIGHT: Billy Joyner and Teri Bice found things
they had never seen before.
LEFT: The Freshman float
tied for 3rd place in the
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Bafon Rouge and Lubbock, Texas
The Big Friendly Church Wifh a
FINE DRY CLEANING
SaniI'one Service 908 BenI'on Rd.
WADE POPE, Owner
LOU'S SALON OF BEAUTY
912 Benton Road
Bossier City, Lo.
LOUISE COLLINS, Mgr .... Open 6 Da s
for Iove is whai' makes us people.
I4I2 Airline Drive Box 5382
Bossier Ciiy, Louisiana 7IOI0
FUOUA CYCLE CO.
2700 E. Texas
Bossier CiI'y, Louisiana 7IOI0
YAMAHA BSA NEW USED
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AVERY'S BARBER SHOP
2200 Ben+on Road
BiII Smiiey and Larry McCasIciII
'C PIZZA HUT
I975 Airline Dr
Make I'I1is your Pizza Hui' for The
Year of '73."
I20 Bossier Cenier
Bossier Ci+y, La.
COOK'S SINCE I926
Magneio Ignilrion Service Co., Inc.
Dibf flg+ Eqpr
c. o. "ci-1ucK"cooKm 307 N. Marke+ S+.
Presideni P.O. Box 723I
Phone 425-7429 Shreveport Ld-
THREE MAJOR BRANDS
Westinghouse - Zenith
Over IOO fo Choose From
Besf Deal in Town
I6 HEART OF BOSSIER
Custom Made Furniture
D. E. SI-IIPP MFG. CO.
INSPECTORS OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
COMPLETE FACILITIES FOR TESTING FROM
CRUDE OIL THROUGH FINISHED PRODUCTS
Lab Supplies - Chemicals - Lab Equipmenl'
Air Polluiion - Waier Polluiion
JOHN I. FALKNER, Manager
Phone 746-2404 I039 Pearl Drive
Bossier Ciiy, Louisiana
BOSSIER REMODELING CO.
502 BENTON ROAD Bossum CITY, LA.
BUDDY B- SMITH PHONE 746-5754
A. N. TOOKE, JR. 2658 MINDEN ROAD 2137 55-QED RD, 5.5,
Owner RES. PHONE 746-7557 HOME PHONE
SENTINEL SAFETY SYSTEMS, INC.
I357 Airline Dr., Bossier Ci+y, La. 7I0l0 - Phone 742-0744
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YOUR CITY OFFICIALS
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George L. Na++in, Mayor
CIyde W. Fowier. Commissioner of Finance and Public U+iIi+ies
I. C. TinsIey, Commissioner ogyreeh and Parks
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Boss1er C1ty Lo Member FDIC
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EAST 80 OFFICEIAIRLINE OFFICE
DEPARTMENT 81 WESTERN STORE
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FLOWERS 81 GIFTS INC
IIOB C L70
PEACOCK S JEWELERS
Ph 1468601 AND SUPPLY CO INC
P O Box 5306
Phone 423 8382
Bossier Cnfy La
JOHNNY DENMON S GARAGE
BOSSIER CITY' LA Brake Service Mo'I'or Service Tune Up
2700 Easi' Texas S'Iree'I
R' L' GILLS Bossier CiI'y, Louisiana
Builder and ReaI+y Phone 746 2246
746 3682 I284 Airline
31 LANDSCAPE SUPERIQR IRON WORKS and
I025 Cen+raI Park SUPPLY CO., INC.
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I45 Bossier Cen+er
Bossier Ci+y, Louisiana
THE'-MA'5 BEAUTY SAI-ON D'E'1I5I4ELIL Phone 746-5442
NEELY TRAILER SALES, INC. CompIimen'rs of
Mobile I-Iomes of Dis+inc+ion
270I Eas'I' Texas Phone 746-4806
3209 Old Minden Road
Bossier Ci+y, La.
Telephonez 3I8 - 746- 623I
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LAWN 3. GARDEN Shopping my
EQUIPMENT 737 Shreveport-Borksdole Highway
JOSEPH JCHNSON, Home
Bossier Ci'ry, Louisiana
WHERE MONEY MATTERS BUT PEOPLE COUNT
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BANK OF BOSSIER
Main Office, 60l Barlcsdale Blvd. Airline Branch, 2045 Airline Drive
Cen+ral Branch, l24 Bossier Cenler Wes1'ga+e Branch, 32I4 Barlcsdale Blvd.
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4 T E A. R. TEAGUE REAL ESTATE
310 Monroe Street
Bossier Cify, Louisionc
3. 9 R. R. SMITH
Realtor and Inxurance
SALES - RENTALS - MANAGEMENT
OFFICE: 746-5460 1290 AIRLINE DRIVE
HOME: 746-3555 BOSSIER CITY, LA. 71010
WHITTINGTON 81 MYERS
709 Ba rIcsdaIe Boulevard
2585 E. Texas
Highway 80 Phone 746-48I I
Bossier Ci+y, Louisiana
52 rooms and grill
Psychedelic Iighfing - black IighI'
SIereo reverbera+ion - music
New - Modern - Air CondiIioned
Open 7 Days - Opens aI' 7 PM
Safurday and Sunday a'II'ernoons
2 PM IIII 5 PM
Jus+ ouI'side Ihe ga+e of Barksdale
Top 40 Tunes
I550 N. Ga+e Road
I253-A Shreve Cify Shopping Cenfer
Shreveport La. 7I IO5
BOSSIER AUTOMOTIVE MACHIN
409 Easf Texas SI.
Bossier Cify, La.
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BUSINESS COLLEGE GENERAL HOSPITAL
I I65 Line Avenue Phone 422-5778
Mr. Horneman presenied Ihe Sr. ciass officers wiih Iheir -T -
MILDRED'S HEART 'O BOSSIER
Hallmark Cards and Par'I'y Shop
Giffs - Books - Monarch Noies - Russell Siover Candy - Wedding Accessories
Phone 746-9783 BILL RANEY R. P. BURNS
CULOTTA AUTO 81 TRUCK PAINT 81 Res.: 631-is-49 Res.: 635-98I7
"Pu+ The Hand of Experience To Your Car" B' R' PAINT 8K BODY SHOP' INC'
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HOT WHEELS SKATIN6 PALACE
Intersection of 70+h S+. and Highway 7I
W + parties
GREENACRES DRUG Bossier Ci+y 6 ca er Phone 422-2355
BUSSIER CITY BAR-B-Q
2202 Benton Road 203 Mccormick
Bossier City, Louisiana JOE COBB 50533, City, Lg, BARBECUE
Owner Phone 423-6512
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I 35 Heart O'Bossier
Bossier City, La. 7IOI0 " I
PETER rs GROCER Y MARKET
i52l Barksdcle Blvd.
"THE BEST FOR LESS"
I870 Airline Drive-
Bossier City, Louisiana 7IOI0
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We like to think We're on the
same Wave length-doing our
thing so you can more easily do
your thing. We, too, are con-
cerned about the environment,
pollution, the population explo-
sion, slum erradication . . . the
same things that bother you.
That's Why supporting local com-
munity efforts, school activities,
club Work is second only to our
primary job of supplying low-
cost, dependable electricity.
Southwestern Electric Power Company
Your Elertrfc Company People
5 I O Homer S+.
TEEKELL INSURANCE AGENCY
Bossier Ci+y, Louisiana
BOSSIER GARDEN CENTER
2I02 W. Shed Road 746-2232
STEPHENSON CABINET SHOP
81 BUILDING SUPPLY
ossier City, Louisiana
PRODUCTS OF CREATIVE ENGINEERING
THE BRENNSTER COMPANY, INC.
MANUFACTURERS DF EQUIPMENT
FOR THE OIL FIELD AND SAWMIII INDUSTRIES
MOSELEY'S WHEEL ALIGNMENT
2700 E. Texas
Bossier Cify, La.
BOBBY MOSELEY, Owner
QUERBES 81 BOURQUIN
214 Milam Street Shreveport, Lo.
TOPMOST FOOD CENTER
2049 E. Texas Ph. 742-03I6
Open 7 days a wk.
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l8OI MarkeI S+., Shreveport La.
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STANLEY B. WILLER ALVIN WILLER
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TEAGUE BLACKSMITH Sn WELDING UNIUN PGH
Linde Division Di5ffif1l1i0
T250 Eos? Texos Sfreef Distributor
Bossier Cify, Louisiana
LOVE AIRLINE FLORIST
MORRIS REAL ESTATE
2375 Amine Dr. Ren+als, Assump+ions, New Loans
4320 Parkway Dr. Ph. 74646533
Bossier Ci+y, La. 24 Hr. Service
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1210 Shreveport Barksdale Highway
MEADOWVIEW DRUG, INC.
907 Meadowview Drive
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P. O. Box 5473
NEILL MORRIS Bossier City, Louisia
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Tel. 746-2746 1700 Benton Road
Bossier City, La. 71010
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BQNDIE LEWIS Quthern 31 Flavor Ice Cream Store
Res. Ph ne 13 81 9 - , 31'
00056. 49 183 Bossier Center
A I FLOURNOY Jewmns
SOUTHERN HOMES OF BOSSIER, INC. ' 179 Bossier Cente
Phone 13181 746-2600 ' Bossier City, La. 71010
519 Marshall Street Shreveport,
PH. 423-O61 3
BOSSIER TV AND ELECTRONICS
2120 Benton Road
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Bossier City, Louisiana
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ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
P.O. Box 5397
21 16 Caiifornia S+.
Bossier City, La. 71010
,RM KlcKAPoo RESTAURANT
4 1' 2141 East Texas St. and Benton Road
E ' Phone 746-3141
43 5 N ya Bossier City, La.
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MRS. VIOLA ROSE
PHONE: sis 861.2742
Supplier of All Types of Gymnasfic
Uniforms and Equipmeni
FRANK PERNICI JR. P.O. Box 5374 24IO Line Ave.
Owner Shrevepori, La. 7I I05
BOSSIER CENTER BARBER SHOP
II2 Bossier Cenfer
CLAUDE O. WOODARD D. DAVIS
DELTA MANUFACTURING CO., INC.
ING MACHINES EOR EVERY NEED
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sure mm STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
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INSURANCE I IO Bossier Cenier Off. Phone 746 4896
' Bossier Ciiy, La. 7IOI0 Res. Phone 746 6470
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Phone 742-0692 JT i T
MISTER LYNN'S, INC.
SCHOOLS INTERNATIONAL Charm--Modeling-Aciing i-"'lf '-'i
Cover Girl and Esquire Guild Phone 422-9387
Ceniral Casiing Nafionwicie Town House
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JAMES A. HAGAN I898 AIrIIne Drive
Owner Bossier Cify, La.
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A B L E 2II N.IvS1rke+- Po. Bax 7297
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CARPET "N" TILE Phone 865-877I 24 Hr. Phone
38I3 Youree Drive
PHONE 865-I524 J. R. I-IUTCHERSON
AIRLINE FOOD MARKET 4553 Woodrow
38l0 E. Texas S+. By Appoin+men+ a+ Linwood
Bossier Cify, La. Shreveport La.
AMERICAN BANK 81 TRUST CO.
Member FDIC Shreveporf, Louisiana
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HUSTLER MARINE CO.
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Phone 742-2086 Bossier Cify, La. 7IOI0 Iyer on your
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Mosfer Chorge Cord
H. D. ROGERS 8. SONS
IMPORT CAR SPECIALIST
Complete Service in Joguor ond Mercedes
Phone NO- 74243651 CompIeIe Ports ond Service for AII
201 Ogilvie Sf, Boggier City, LQ, Import Cars Including Joponese Models
BEASLEY-KEITH INS. AGENCY
T.V. AND APPLIANCES
phone 424 7779 720 Baricsdaie Blvd.
Bower CNY' La' Discoun+ Prices and Name Brand Furniiure
"One block 'From Barksdale Wesi Ga+e"
2766 Barksdale Blvd.
Bossier Ciiy, Louisiana 742-I62I
30I7 Old Minden Road RU""1Ifi9i0' OHICG?
See Us for Candidafe Cards
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and Business Cards
Teiephone 742 952I
SAMMIES room MARKET BRAZZEI- 81 SONS
2695 Eas+ Texas Fully Insured
Bossier CIW' Louisiana Transmission Specialisfs
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BossIER CITY LA
Phone 742 O2 I 8
SALES SERVICE PARTS
LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS INC
John A Thomas Manager
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SILK SCREEN PLASTICS TRUCK LETTERING
BOSSIER SIGN COMPANY
I40I EAST TEXAS ST
Ed Ga+es Owner BOSSIER CITY LA
PHONE 742 4833
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SavIngs and Loan
440 Benfon RCI
BOSSIER CADDO MCCULLOUGH SERVICE
GLASS, INC. BAROID DIVISION
Glass for Every Purpose
420 TruffIc Ph 742 9210
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Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Nicolo
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Mr. and Mrs. George Papageorge
Mr. 8: Mrs. Alan S+oll
Chris+ie 8: Allan S+oll
Mr. 81 Mrs. l. W. Barlcsdale
Mrs. J. O'Kee+e
Mr. Richard Parnell
Mr. 8: Mrs. O. L. Allen
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. T. Spa+aro
Mr. 8: Mrs. S. G. Sea
Mr. 8: Mrs. N. L. Reece
Mr. 8: Mrs. Russell H. Hiclcingbo++om
Mr. 81 Mrs. L. W. S+ewar+
Joe, Trudy, and Cindy Chisum
Mrs. Sue Guy+on
L+. Col. 81 Mrs. Bulmer 8: Family
Maior 8: Mrs. Moalce 8: Family
Mr. 8: Mrs. Jimmy Morgan
L+. Col. 8: Mrs. Don MacLeod 8: Family
Mr. 81 Mrs. Claude Book+er, Sr
M!Sg+. 8: Mrs. E. Sheagren
The Tom Dobbins Family
Maior 8: Mrs. J. Noonan
Lloyd 8: Sharon Lowe
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. R. Alcins
Mr. 8: Mrs. George R. Lei+h
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Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Fi+zgerald
Mr. 8: Mrs. Norman Bale
Mr. 84 Mrs. Melvin Hood
S+evie and Debbie
Mrs. Rober+ E. Lee
Wesley and Cindy
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Able Electric Co., 254
Airline Baptist Church, 255
Airline Food Market, 254
Airline Mobile Station, 254
American Bank Kr Trust, 254
Arkla Gas Co., 255
Ark-La-Tex T.V. Service, 255
Automatic Vending Service, 253
Avery's Barber Shop, 240
Azarue's Flowers XL Gifts, 244
B Sz B Sales, Inc., 254
Barksdale Apts. 252
Barksdale Drug 32, 255
Beasley-Keith Insurance Agency, 256
Bergman, Dr. Ronald E. - Chiropractor, 2
Bolinger Lumber Co., 244
Bossier Automotive Machine Co., 248
Bossier Bank 8: Trust, 243
Bossier-Caddo Glass Inc., 258
Bossier Center Barber Shop, 253
Bossier City Flower Shop, 246
Bossier City General Hospital, 248
Bossier Federal Savings 8: Loan, 258
Bossier Garden Center, 249
Bossier Remodeling Co., 241
Bossier Sign Co., 258
Bossier T.V. 8z Electronics, 252
B.R. Paint 8: Body Shop, 248
Brazzel 8: Sons, 256
Brewster Co., 250
Brown, James, Builder, 256
Chamberlain's Nursery Sz Landscape, 244
City Officials, 242
Cobb's Bar-B-Q, 249
Commercial College, 239
Culotta Auto 8: Truck Shop, 248
Delta Manufacturing Co., Inc., 253
Denmon's, Johnny, Garage, 244
Draughn-Norton Business College, 248
East 80 Car Care, 251
Adkins, Murlene fMrs.j 25, 39, 104
Barfield, Prince CMr.7 25, 123
Bass, Ken CMr.J 25, 27, 97, 146
Blackadar, Margaret CMrs.J 25
Bobo, Sue CMissJ 25, 118
Bond, Claudine fMrs.J 28, 244
Bryant, Joshua QMr.J 25, 38
Bucklew, Lula CMrs.J 25, 41, 112
Caldwell, Vicky fMrs.J 25, 86, 87
Carleton, Margie fMrs.J 25, 103
Carleton, Thomas fMr.J 25, 94,
Carlisle, Ovelia fMrs.J 25, 100
Carnahan, Virginia fMrs.j 25
Carr, Ivey, Jr. fMr.j 25, 173
Carson, Thomas fMr.j 25, 36
Chisum, Joe CMU 25, 35, 108
Connell, Virginia CMissJ 25, 117
Cox, Bess fMrs.J 25, 35
Cox, Jerry QMr.J 25
Cox, Mattie CMrs.J 25, 35
Deere, Taffy fMrs.D 25
Estess, Luanne fMrs.J 25, 33, 214
Fulgham, Edwin QMr.J 25, 35
Fullerton, Virginia fMrs.J 25, 109
Gills, Jerry fMrs.J 25, 78, 76
Graves, Kenneth fMr.l 25, 37
Eddy's Flowerland, 249
Elaine's Fashions, 248
Emmons Landscape, 256
Falkner Laboratories, 241
Fashion Tree, 253
First Baptist Church, 239
Flournoy Jewelers, 252
Fuqua Cycle Co., 240
Gene's Suzuki, Inc. 258
Geneva's Beauty College, 257
Gibson Products, 249
Gills, R.L., Builder, 244
Hot Wheels Skating Palace, 249
Hughes Oxygen Co., Inc., 251
Hustler Marine Co., 255
Johnson, Joe, Builder, 245
Johnson Furniture, 256
Johnson's Barber Shop, 245
JR Motel, 247
Kickapoo Restaurant, 252
Kirby Sales Xt Service, 245
Levi Strause KL Co., 244
Livestock Producers, 258
Lou's Salon of Beauty, 240
Love Airline Florist, 251
Lufkin Trailer Division, 252
Magnito Ignition Supply Co., 241
McCullough Tool Co., 258
Meadowview Drug, 252
Mildred's Gift Shop, 248
Mister Lynn's, Inc., 253
Montgomery Insurance Agency, 248
Morris Realty, 251
Mosley's Greenacres Drug, 249
Moseley's Wheel Alignment, 250
Naremore's Drug, 258
National Bank of Bossier, 246
Neely Trailer Sales, 245
New York Furniture Co., 245
Gray, Jack fMr.l 25, 137
Hall, Gertrude fMrs.j 25, 33
Haynes, Earl QMr.J 22, 21, 140
Hendricks, Ron fMr.J 26
Henry, Mildred fMrs.J 26, 103
Henry, Shirley fMissD 26, 117
Hill, Vernon fMr.J 26, 37
Hinkie, William fMr.J 26, 36
Horneman, Robert CMr.j 20, 21, 248, 58
Howell, J.C. fMr.J 26, 176, 173
Humphries, William CMr.J 26, 37
Jones, Frances fMrs.D 26, 106, 135
Jones, Parnell QMr.J 26, 37
Kneass, Dianne fMrs.J 27, 41, 111
Knowles, Eliot fDr.j 27
Landrum, MaryLois fMrs.j 27
Lee, Arthur fMr.J 27
Malmay, Jesse QMr.b 27, 43
Mandeville, George fMr.J 27, 36
Maples, Billy fMr.J 27
McCallister, Kathy fMissl 27, 82
McCallum, Cristy fMissJ 27
McNair, Ernest fMr.J 27
Murphy, Janet fMissJ 27, 117
Murphy, Robert CMr.J 27
Nichols, William CMr.J 27
Noonan, Bea fMrs.J 27, 28, 39, 40, 120, 250
North Gate Skating Center, 247
Northside Flower Mart, 252
Patterson Insurance Agency, 240
Paul's Dept. 8: Western Store, 244
Peter's Grocery, 249
Pioneer Bank :Sz Trust Cor, 247
Pizza Hut, 240
Pope's Men Shop 81 Cleaners, 240
Powerline Supply Co., Inc., 252
Querbes 8z'Bourquin Inc., 250
Reliable Real Estate, 241
Rogers, H.D. Sz Sons, 255
S 8: L Marine, 250
Sammie's Food Market, 256
Santoro, Charles, Grocery, 251
Sentinel Safety Systems, 241
Shipp, D.E., Mfg. Co., 241
Shpt. Gymnastic Supply Co., 253
Shreveport Times, 239
Sigma Printers, 256
Smith, R.R., Realty, 247
Southern Homes of Bossier, 252
State Farm Insurance, 253
Stephenson Cabinet Shop, 249
Superior Iron Works 8: Supply, 244
Teague, A.R,, Real Estate, 246
Teague Blacksmith, 251
Tebbe's Bowlero Lanes, 252
Teekell Bros. Ins. Kr Teekell Bros. Inc., 249
Tri-State General Agency, 258
Topmost Food Center, 250
Universal Air Conditioning Sz Sheet Metal,
Whittington Xz Meyers, 247
Willer Insurance Agency, 251
Will's Westinghouse, 241
Outlaw, Wanda CMrs.jM
Parnell, Richard CMr.J 27, 33, 110
Peterson, Douglas fDr.J 27, 22, 123
Pugh, Thelma CMrs.J 28
Ray, M.D, fMr.J 24
Reding, Joe CMr.j 28
Rogers, Glenda CMrs.J 28, 45, 135
Samuel, Emelyn fMrs.J 28, 35, 105
Sepulvado, Paul fMr.j 28
Smith, Iantha fMrs.j B, 90, 92
Stephens, Ramona fMrs.J 28, 33, 13
Stewart, Riley QMr.J 23
Stroud, Polly QMissJ 24
Stuart, Betty fMissJ 28, 100, 102
Tassin, Jill CMissD 28, 106
Vaughn, Tommy fMr.J 28, 35
Walden, David fMr.J 28, 38
Walden, Jon CMr.J 28, 107, 173
Walker, C.A. fMr.J 25, 28, 42
Walker, C.D. fMr.J 28
Wilson, Donna fMissJ 28, 114
Wilson, Gloria CMrs.J 28, 102
5, 134, 147
Williford, Sandra fMrs.J 28, 42, 110, 117
Winham, Elizabeth fMrs.j 28, 22
Abbitt, Dorothy 224
Abbitt, Linda Sue 182
Abbitt, Joseph 224
Abrams, Reginald 84, 82, 105, 110, 182, 77, 76
Bamburg, Betty 183
Bange, Steven 177, 198
Baranik, Joseph 107, 224, 173
Barker, Calvin 210
Barker, Jerilyn 98, 183
Keith 210, 221
Deletta 110, 198
Adams, Joann 117, 210
Adams, Judy 73, 119, 120, 121, 182
Adams, Kelly 210
Adams, Kenneth 182
Adams, Terry 210
Adams, Scott 122, 224, 173
Adkins, Becky 82, 83, 84, 101, 105, 110, 117,
Akins, Patricia 100, 101, 105, 110, 117, 120,
Albright, Debra 120, 182, 134
Alexander, Alecia 70, 90, 91, 109, 182, 76
Alexander, Angela 116, 210
Alexander, Charles 224
Alexander, Darty 45, 182
Allen, Deborna 224
Allen, Martha 86, 88, 89, 101, 114, 116, 83,
Allen, Michael 210
Allred, Catherine 182
Allred, William 107, 224, 173
Anderson, Corolyn 198
Anderson, Jeffery 224
Charles 54, 83, 94,
107, 150, 155,
Arceneaux, Cheryl 210, 126
Arnold, Steven 131, 210
Arrington, David 107, 129, 130, 198
Arrington, Kathryn 224, 232, 126
Arrington, Samuel 94, 150
John 210, 127
Rickey 224, 127
Barker, Odell 130, 198
Barksdale, Ivy 83, 86, 87, 89, 198
Bardsdale, Virginia 56, 82, 117, 122, 224, 60
Barnard, James 107, 150, 151, 198, 203
Barnard, William 210
Barnes, Dawn 224
Barnes, Terry 210
Barnett, Dean 107, 150, 210
Barnette, Richard 94, 183, 136, 127
Bartsch, Carolyn 210
Batchelor, Robert 224
Baxley, Ray 210
Beasley, Allen 210
Beauford, Michael 224, 173
Beck, Karen 98, 103, 104, 183
Bedgood, Jeff 93, 101, 130, 210
Bedgood, Laura 96, 183
Bedgood, Rebekah 117, 224
Beers, Dianne 106, 224
Bell, Monroe '82, 224, 127, 173
Bell, Peggy 96, 97, 183
Bell, Wanda 120, 183
Belote, Harold 224, 127, 173
Bennett, Charles 224
Bennett, Colleen 232, 224, 126, 124
Bennett, Kiersten 210, 126
Bernstein, Mark 75, 112, 198
Berry, Janice 105, 112, 120, 198, 146
Beverly, Belinda 101, 125, 198, 126
Bice, clara 83, 84, 101, 109,110, 114, 198, 126,
Bice, Teri 225, 234, 126
Bishop, Kimberly 210
Black, Helen 211
Blackwell, Willie 120, 131, 150, 160, 178, 183,
Bogan, Antoine 122, 183
Bradford, Marilyn 183
Bradley, Glenda 183
Bradley, Sheila 96, 183
Bradley, Yvonne 183
Bragg, Kathy 183
Branch, Glenn 107, 150, 183
Brantley, Dennis 211
Brantley, Denise 211
Bray, Karen 198
Bray, Larry 225
Brewer, Carol 225
Brinson, Bruce 225
Broadus, Lawrence 198
Brooks, Frank 183
Brooks, Karen 198, 114, 126
Brooks, Richard 211
Brown, Cheryl 115, 183
Brown, Donna 225
Brown, Dorothy 183
Brown, Jeffery 131, 211
Brown, Legretta 122, 225
Brown, Leroy 211
Lillie 120, 184
Brown, Tammy 225
Broyles, Rande 225
Broyles, Robin 199
Kim 110, 116, 199
Bruce, Mogon 225
Bryant, Gloria 199
Bryant, Henry 130, 211
Buchanan, Evelyn 225
Buchanan, Richard 199
Bulmer, Stanley 211, 167
Burdine, Wesley 107, 150, 211
Buras, Irvin 211
, Bonnie 225
Burroff, Joseph 122, 225
Burrow, Jerald 96, 184
Bailey, Jon S. 83, 107, 150, 210
Bailey, Katy 82, 102, 115, 120, 182
Bailey, Marvin 198
Bailey, Timothy 122, 224
Baker, Cathie 117, 198
Baker, Donna 224
Baker, Margie 182
Baldwin, Deborah 98, 103, 183
Baldwin, James 93, 198, 127
Baldwin, Rhonda 198
Bale, Norma 52, 57, 72, 74, 83, 84, 86, 94, 104,
125, 183, es, 126, 124, eo, 71, 68
Linda 122, 225
Ramona 110, 211
Bond, Donna 225, 127
Bookter, James 111, 211
Bookter, Kathy 89, 82, 70, 75, 101, 104, 88,
Bussey, Roy 225, 173
Bustamento, Susan 184
Byers, Christopher 111, 109, 211
Byers, Kimberly 184, 64, 126, 127
Cade, Doreen 211
Cade, Ralph 83, 107, 120, 130, 199
Calkins, Ronald 98, 107, 87, 150, 1
184, 139, 142
Calvet, Mattie 211
Camp, Darrell 129, 131, 184, 126
Camp, William 225, 126
87, 110, 183, 71, 68, 76
Bostic, Cliff 96, 198
Bourgeois, Barbara 130, 211
Bourgeois, Blane 101, 211, 126
Bourgeois, Yvette 98, 102, 103, 183
Bourque, Carolyn 198
Boyett, Mickey 211
Bradford, Larry 198
Russell 130, 211, 127
Canon, Nancy 211
Canon, Sandra 199
Cantu, Diane 184
Cantu, Yolanda 225, 126
Caramia, Philip 184, 127, 145
James 211, 127
Carlton, Samuel 184
arpenter, Terry 131, 199
arr, Melinda 96, 184
arr, William 199
arroll, Barbara 225
arson, Pamela 130, 199
arter, Darrell 225
arter, Randolph 94, 109, 120, 121, 131, 184,
Carter, Robert 83, 107, 120, 150, 211
Carter, Sheryl 225
Casciola, Mark 211
Cassell, Rickey 45, 199
Catalano, Paul 211, 127
Cedars, Charles 211
Chamberlain, Catherin 225
Chamberlain, Robert 199
Chance, Edwards 96, 185
Chapman, Mary 98, 99, 103, 185
Childs, Becky 106, 185
Chism, Mary 211
Chrisman, Cynthia 111, 185
Christy, Marion 211
Cihak, James 225
Crews, Mara 211
Cross, Sharon 211
Cruz, Wanda 225
Cryer, Dani 225
Cunningham, Debra 117, 199
Curry, William 199
Cyr, Roger 112, 174, 176, 199, 203
Daczyk, Janice 101, 116, 199
Daigle, Deeanna 211
Daniels, Cynthia 225
Daniel, Patricia 101, 105, 110, 114,
Dannenbring, Robert 122, 225
Dansby, Ricky 225
Dattolico, Lisa 225
Dattolioo, Therese 199
Daugherty, Karen 83, 113, 116, 211
Daugherty, Kenneth 113, 199
Davidson, Rhonda 211
Davis, Mildred 225
Davis, Paul 199
Davis, Robert 45, 211
Davis, Stanley 211, 127
Davis, Stephen 113, 211, 124
Vanessa 83, 114, 211, 126
Tim 225, 173
Clark, Lawrence 185
Cleveland, Brian 111, 131, 211, 217
Cline, Tama 110, 122, 225
Deason, Richard 225
Dehart, John 225, 173
Delaney, Evelyn 199
Delaney, Frankie 120, 185
Delaney, George 185
Deleon, Steve 225
Edwards, Lisa 226
Edwards, Pattie 98, 103, 185
Egger, Donna 212
Eilers, Bill 212
Elliott, Sarah 185, 62, 60, 140, 141
Elmore, Beverly 226
Elrod, Claudia 226
Ely, Deborah 199
Emmons, Glenda 115, 185, 65
Enis, Gwendolyn 101, 105, 109, 116, 199
Ermes, Peter 111, 212
Ermes, Timothy 83, 186
Escott, Diana 226
Estxess, Larry 199, 127
Evans, Laurie 101, 106, 109, 199, 127
Fahnestock, Cynthia 96, 116, 226
Fahnestnck, Pamela 186
Faircloth, Sherry 111, 226
Faith, Eddie 186
Faith, Leroy 95, 120, 212
Falkner, Kathy 186
Fanning, Monty 226
Faulkner, Debbie 117, 186
Felts, Katherine 103, 199, 203
Ferguson, Bill 226
Ferguson, Michelle 226, 173
Ferlitto, Rose 199
Cochran, James 122, Q5
Cochran, Terry 125, 199
Cockrell, Patricia 225
Coe, Judith 185
Cole, David 109, 185
Cole, Earl Lamar 199
Cole, Tom 45, 199
Coleman, Henry Lee
Delk, Andrea 211, 127
Denmon, David 225
Dennam, Denise 199
Denmon, Wayne 185
Deprang, Mike 101, 107, 120, 212
Ferriter, Sheila 199
Finck, John 101, 107, 150,212
Finck, George 150, 174, 186
Fisher, Diana 226
Fisher, Penelope 111, 212
Flores, Tina 212
Coleman, Linda Sue 115, 122, 199
Collins, Melanie 225, 117, 224, 64
Coltharp, Linda 101, 109, 211, 126
Colvin, Denise 116, 117, 83, 185
Connor, Linda Ann 117, 211
Conway, J oesanna
Conway, Delores 225
Cook, Ed 45
Cooper, Betty Ann 116, 211
Cooper, Gregory 225
Cooper, Willie 225
Corely, Katherine 125, 211, 127
Corley, Stephanie 96, 185
Corley, Vickie 125, 225, 224, 230, 126, 124
Corrente, Carron 199
Corrente, Chris 211
Corridon, Steve 211
Cosier, Kathy 113, 211
Covell, Mack 211, 221
Covell, Tina 185
Cox, Charles 211
Cox, Cynthia 199
Craig, Russell 107, 130, 150
Cranville, A. 130
Cranford, Steven 225, 173
Crawford, William 93, 129, 130, 199
Crews, Ernest 96, 113
Deville, Tina 185
Dick, Theresa 185
Diehl, Deborah 225
Digilormo, Donald 212
Digilormo, Lisa 225, 126
Dilulio, Thomas 109, 199
Dillard, Lucy 116, 212
Dillon, Christy 101, 110, 212, 127
Disotell, Robert 225
Dively, John 226
Dixon, Jacqueline 82, 122, 226, 60
Dobbins, Heidi 111, 116, 226
Dobbins, Katherine 101, 110, 111, 114, 116,
Dobbins, Roberta 185
Dollard, Angela 185
Dooley, James 33, 107, 150
Dooley, Steven 107, 150, 185
Dougharty, Robert 185
Douthit, Caern 111, 199
Dowden, Eva 96, 185
Dowden, Guy 120, 212
Downs, Teila 199, 203, 65
Duck, Vickie 199
Dumas, Mike 226
Duncan, Gary 226
Dunkentell, Claudia 130, 212
Dunlop, David 150, 212
Dupree, Gerald 212
Dunston, Lisbeth 199
Dworkczyk, Mary 70, 95, 106, 185, 76
Dysart, Rhonda 127
Dyson, Jeffery 45, 212
Flowers, David 226
Flowers, Gwen 186
Flowers, Sharon 122, 226
Ford, Charlton 186
Ford, James 226, 173
Foster, Cindy 122, 226
Foster, Linda 226
Fox, Yvonne 186
Francis, David 131, 212, 167, 171
Francis, Elizabeth 226
Michael 131, 199
Frazier, Donald 226
Fread, Vance 226, 173
Free, Jacquelin 50, 119, 199, 142
Freeman, Don 94, 131, 212
Freeman, Merri 122, 186
Freshour, Cynthia 226
Fuller, Amelia 212
Fuller, Wanda 226
Furlow, John 186
-Furlow, Richard 120, 212
Furr, Cindy 115, 199
Gard ner, Sandra 212
Gates, Allen 96, 199
Gates, John 227
Gates, Terri 186
Gerbine, Sheila 227
Gerstmann, Diana 199
Gerstmann, Gilbert 227
Getz, Pam 226, 126
Gibbs, John 89, 107, 150, 160, 186
Gibson, Pam 227
Gibson, Roger 199
Hamby, Michael 93, 101, 107, 150,
Hamilton, Elouise 227
Hammett, Sheryl 106, 187
Hankins, Kay 213
Harbaugh, Keith 213
Hardy, Ruth 101, 112
Gilbert, Suzanne 53, 186, 60
Gill, Peter 96, 200
Gilliam, Dorothy 200
Gilmer, Mary 212
Gilmer, Sita 186
Givens, Clark 83, 107, 150, 153, 156, 174, 186
Givens, Patrick 167
Glasgow, Donna 227
Glay, Verne 95, 213
Glenn, Brenda 186
Glenn, Gregory 101, 120, 131, 213
Glyenn, Arthur 227
Glynn, Donald 131, 213
Timothy 96, 187
Harold, Colt 227
Harper, Penny 227
Harris, Brian 213
Harris, Carolyn 200
Harris, Clifton 227
Harris, Dave 150, 174, 200
Harris, Jeff 200
Harris, Kim 116, 213
Harris, Mark 200
Harris, Stan 83, 155, 150, 157, 187
Steve 96, 187
Goad, Gayleen 186
Goad, Kayleen 95, 103, 105, 186
Goodwin, Terrel 227, 126
Gordon, Cathy 113, 213
Gosnell, Cheryl 114, 186, 126
Gosnell, Cynthia 95, 104, 109, 110, 114, 120,
Hart, Diane 98, 103, 187
Hart, Teresa 120, 213
Hartless, Sherrie 228
Harvey, Katherine 228
Harville, Cheryl 93, 83, 187, 105, 1
Harville, Richard 213
Hatfield, Teresa 213
Harley, Michael 228
Hawkins, Glenn 187
Holcomb, Marion 76
Holden, Patricia 214
Hollis, Janie 201
Hollis, Jeanie 201
Holmberg, Elaine 111, 214
Holmberg, Libby 6, 83, 111, 104, 1
Holstead, Suzanne 82, 115, 122, 2
Hornbeak, Susan 214, 217
Horne, Randy 201
Horton, Jan 201
Howell, Pamela 214
Howington, Allie 98, 103, 188
Howington, Dejuania 201
Howington, Yvonne 228
Hubbard, Cassandra 102, 201
Hubbard, Harrold 94, 201, 109
Hubbard, Jeanne 228
Huckabee, Debra 93, 188
Huckabee, Donna 106, 201
Hudson, Ginnie 228
Hudson, Michael 214
Hudson, Susan 201
Huffman, Jeffery 228
Huffman, Mark 174, 188
Humphrey, Cherie 115, 188
Hunt, Carmya 214, 127
Hutto, Jay 228
Gottardi, Manuel 105, 112, 129, 131, 186, 67,
Gould, Cheryl 200
Gould, Gene 227
Graham, Connie 227
Graham, Wanda 213
Grant, Freida 82, 227, 126
Grant, Walter 94, 200, 127, 124
Grantham, Angela 227
Gravitt, Barry 94, 107, 150, 213
Gray, Cynthia 227
Gray, Gary 107, 150, 200
Hawkins, Heidi 101, 109, 213
Hawn, Susan 83, 213
Hayes, Travis 96, 187
Haynes, Claudia 228
Haynes, Kay 54, 39, 110, 114, 83, 200, 119, 60
Haynes, Steve 8, 197, 152, 158, 161, 93, 57,
72, 174, 177, 89, 74, 187, 107, 48, 139, 137,
68, 172, 171, 169, 167,66
Haynie, Preston 228
Hays, Jeannette 200, 105, 104, 87, 101, 70, 86
114, 113, 115, 89, 100, 71
Hearn, Debra 200
Henderson, Sherri 228
Ivy, Billy 228
Jacks, Larry 228
Jackson, Betty 214
, Larry 214, 130
Jagers, Carlton 214
Gray, Philip 227
Green, Kathy 112, 186
Green, Kimberly 113, 116, 210, 213
Green, Vickey 90, 125, 210, 213, 71
Greer, Charles 170, 174, 186
Greer, Connie 110, 111, 186
Greer, Loftin 213
Greer, Jackie 227
Hendrix, Jamie 115, 200
Hendrix, Marty 93, 107, 213
Herkert, Debbie 142, 145
Hermosillo, Curtis 228, 127
Lisa 82, 228, 64
Hester, Paula 82, 101, 213, 65, 126, 124
Valerie 98, 101, 102, 187
James, Jerry 228
James, Rufus 188
James, Ruthie 229
Jeffery, Susan 214
Jenkins, Deborah 214
Jenkins, Dennis 130
Jiles, Annie 229
J iles, Terriea 201
Jimenez, James 150, 214
Johns, Wanda 201
Johnson, Barbara 214
Johnson, Brenda 214
Grubbs, Walter 200
Gugliuzza, Anthony 120, 213
Guillory, Lane 107, 150, 213
Gurganus, Carolyn 213
Guthrie, Lesa 227
Guthrie, Lora 227
Guyton, John 187
Guyton, Marilyn 83, 114, 117, 227
Haley, Carol 122, 200
Haley, Teresa 213, 120
Hall, Vernal 187
Hall, Louis 187
Hibshman, John 187
Hickingbottom, Charles 213
Hickingbottom, Lena 101, 103, 108, 213
Hicks, Patricia 228
Hill, Robert 56, 82, 224, 228, 127, 173
Hines, Debbie 187
Hines, Eddie 120, 213
Hines, Helen 228
Hobbs, Daryl 228
Hobson, Linda 95, 187, 120, 76
Hobson, Michael 107, 120, 150, 214
Hobson, Robert 228
Hodges, Cheryl 201
Hodges, Cheryl 93, 103, 187
Hoffpauir, Esther 95, 201
Hogan, Thomas 228
Holcomb, Debbie 214
Holcomb, Glen 228
Johnson Bobby 201
Johnson Carl 188
Johnson Cathy 201
Johnson Cynthia 229
Johnson Debra 201, 145
Johnson Donald 188, 167, 171, 172
Johnson Gloria 229
Johnson, James 201
Johnson, John 229
Johnson, Karen 214
Johnson, Kathleen 229
Johnson, Linda 229
Johnson, Obie 229
Johnson, Paul 173
Johnson Raenita 106, 110, 114, 214
Johnson Randy 229
Johnson, Richard 188
Johnson Robert 188
ohnson, Ronald 158, 160, 163
178, 138, 167, 169, 171, 172
ohnson, Steve 201
ohnson, Susan 201
ohnson, Theresa 214
ohnston, David 214
ohnston, Jeffrey 229
ones, Elizabeth 201
ones, Karen 188
ones, Katherine 188
ones, Kenneth 215
ones, Larry 229, 173
ones, Linda 215
ones, Ronald 215
ones, Starla 188
ordon, Patty 101, 109, 202
oyner, Billy 111,229,234
Kane, Mary 215
Kane, Mary K. 95
Katsock, John 215, 124
Katsock, Robert 188, 101
Kavanaugh, Kenneth 229
Kavanaugh, John 96, 188, 127
Kavanaugh, Michael 215
Keenan, Thomas 113, 229
Kees, Beth 83, 188
Keith, Debra 229
Keith, Karen 229
Keith, Thomas 96
Kelly, Allen 107, 122, 229, 173
Kelly, Mark 107, 150, 188
Kelly, Paul 107, 150, 188
Kemmerly, Kim 110, 215
Kendrick, Debra 188, 122
Kennedy, Becky 229
Kennedy, Wanda 215, 217
Kennemer, Karen 229
Kennington, Janice 120, 188
Kerr, Dalton 202
Kerry, Coy 202, 127
Kerry, Donna 82, 96, 188, 76
, 188, 150, 131,
Kesterson, Jeffery 107, 150, 202
Ketner, Linda 202, 126
Kilgore, Marjorie 188
Killian, Oscar 202
King, Debbie 215
Kirkendoll, Kathy 229
Kirkpatrick, William 229
Kneubuhl, Ruth 215
Kobelt, Richard 188
Koch, Angela 229, 126
Koeppen, J effry 202
Koeppen, Kelli 106, 229
Kueker, Ronald 229
Kunzz, Cheri 82, 102, 103,202
Laborde, Phyllis 202
Lachle, Joe 189, 96
Lacour, Reginald 120, 215
Ladd, Debbie 215
Laderoot, Kenneth 229
Lafitte, Carliss 115, 189
Laforest, Eloise 96, 120, 189
LaForest, Robert 215
Laird, Charles 229, 127
Laird, James 45, 189
Laird, Mary 95, 189
Lamette, Robert 215, 167
Lamette, 129, 131, 189
Lampkin, Arthur 229
Landrove, Cindy 215
Markow, Marsha 207, 129, 131, 109, 93, 105,
101, 190, 111, 100
Markow, Michael 111, 93, 130, 216
Marsiglia, Chris 190
Marsiglia, Phillip 96, 190
Martin, Karyn 117, 216, 218
Martin, Phillip 230
Mason, Chuqieta 216
Landrove, Juliea 122, 230
Lane, Randy 230, 173
Langley, Richard 189
Lea, Debra 90, 113, 101, 116, 202
Lea, Renee 114, 116, 230
Leach, Jeffrey 230
Leblanc, Larry 202
Lechman, Jerome 230
Lechman, Jeffrey 150, 202
Lee, Veronica 215
Lee, William 202, 127
Leith, Phyllis 83, 88, 86, 89, 105, 111,202
Lesikar, Karen 230
Lesikar, Norman 215
Lesikar, Robert 94, 150, 189
Lewis, Addie 189
Lewis, Charles 215
Lewis, Martin 230, 126
Lincoln, Debbie 202
Livingston, Patricia 106, 189
Lockwood, Gail 189
Massengill, Brenda 230
Mathis, Cecelia 182, 190, 126, 124, 145
Matlock, David 230
Matlock, Gary 202
Matthews, Clyde 101, 216
Mayfield, Argyle 190
Mayfield, Ricky 94, 202, 127
Mayshack, Ed 230
Mcallister, Connie 115, 120, 216
Mcallister, Gerald 129, 131
Long, Debra 189
Long, Don 94, 82, 90, 105, 189, 127
Long, Jerry 189
Long, Karen 230
Loughner, Susan 16, 189, 146, 147
Love, Brenda 14, 128, 84, 87, 74, 73, 83, 86,
89, 190, 135, 76, 140, 141, 63, 49, 61, 58, 71,
69, 67, 127, 124, 123
Lowe, Sharon 202, 105, 88, 89, 86, 101
Lowery, Ken 215
Mcallister, Kathy 108, 190
Mcardle, Joe 216
McBride, Audrey 111, 114, 101, 106, 216
McCardle, Maureen 122, 202
Mccay, Roberta 108, 216, 127
Mcconathy, Cynthia 116, 216
Mcconathy, John 4, 50, 72, 93, 107, 182, 191,
136, 167, 169, 171, 172
Mcconathy, William 107, 230, 173
Mcconnell, Donald 191, 73, 109, 105, 94, 127
Mccormack, Pamela 110, 114, 216, 126
McCoy, Jimmy 216, 167
McCoy, Sonny 82, 94, 90, 74, 72, 191, 68, 127
McCrillis, Pauline 111, 121, 202
McCullough, Charlotte 203
McCullough, Pamela 230
McDaniel, Gary 94, 191
Lowry, Patti 190 Q
Lucas, Lena 230
Lungren, Harold 215
Lunsford, William 97, 96, 190, 129, 130
Lyons, C. Nancy
Lyons, Pamela 190
Lyons, Tim 230
MacLeod, Joani 83, 116, 101, 113, 215
Madden, David 107, 120, 150, 202
Maddry, Danny 230
Madison, Kenneth 131
Maggie, Sam 83, 202
Majors, Dwayne 215
Malmay, Kathleen 230
Malone, Dennis 190
Malone, Michael 95, 215
Malone, Sean 107, 150, 130, 215
Maloy, Charles 230
Mann, David 190
Manning, Carmen 230
Manning, Karla 120, 216, 60
Manuel, Mark 107, 130, 55, 216
McDonald, Mark 111, 230
McDonald, Martha 106, 122, 203
McDonough, Teresa 83, 230, 126
McDuffy, Devorah 230
McGahen, Linda 101, 105, 112, 203
Ronnie 113, 216
McGee, Dale 191
McGee, 'Dennis 93, 96, 203
McGee, Steve 75, 191
McGowan, Greggory 216
McGowan, Lolettc 230
McGowan, Melissa 101, 216
McGuire, Renee 216, 215, 64
McGruder, Rebecca 216
,Alvalin 109, 231, 126
McKinney, Bridgette 231
McKinney, Robin 216
McKinnon, Sheryl 122, 216
McKnight, Laura 6, 125, 109, 90, 101, 191,
105, 73, 83, 84, 101, 100, 111, 69, 76
McKnight, Linda 101, 216, 126
McLemore, Brenda 231
McNair, Carl 130, 216
McNair, Gene 129, 131, 105, 203
McQueen, Rebecca 122, 231
McWilliams, Gail 105, 102, 203
Anim 95, 97, 203
Meunier, Cheryl 203
Meunier, Karen 231
Meunier, Stephen 96, 191
Miles, James 131, 191
Miller, 216, 22, 113
Miller, Tom 231
Miller, Willie 167
Mills, Peter 203
Mitchell, James 231
Mitchell, Richard 130, 107, 216
Mitchell, Richard 150, 203
Mizell, Deborah 191, 127
Moake, Deborah 216, 90, 91, 83, 10
Moake, Kimberly 111, 83, 216, 116
Montelbano, J. Lee 203
1, 111, 116
Montelbano, Veto 231
Montalvo, Heriberto 203
, Allison 203
Karen 117, 83, 231
, Terry W.
Moreland, Kathryn 191
Moreno, Connie 231
Morgan, Charol 231
Morgan, Mark 93, 191
Morgan, Mickey 162, 150, 203
Morgan, Retha 41, 113, 116, 216
Morgan, Vincent 113, 231
Morris, Richard 130, 216
Morrison, Audrey 122, 231
Morrison, David 107, 150, 203
Morrison, Michael 130
Morrow, Alice 203
Moseley, Eugene 130
Moseley, Laura 109, 203, 127
Moseley, Pamela 102, 114, 191
Moser, Margaret 90, 105, 114, 191,
Mrozek, Randy 231
Munn, Ronald 216, 131
Murphy, Nancy 217
Murray, Mary 120, 106, 191
Myers, Bruce 121, 131, ZJ3
Myers, Catherine 203
Myers, Diana 231
Nash, Eileen 111, 114,204
Navage, Susan 217
Neal, Amy 117, 215, 217
Neighbors, Cindy 231
Nelson, Amy 217
Nelson, Melinda 114, 231
Nelson, Terry 9, 105, 101, 83, 100, 110, 191,
Newton, James 93, 167
Neyland, Derinda 204, 127
Nicolo, John 150, 51, 191, 195, 93, 139, 142
Nicolo, Tammy 217, 210, 125, 55, 94, 63, 60,
126, 140, 141
Nicholson, Cynthia 204
Niette, Jane 231
Nitz, Linda 82, 111, 204, 126, 145
Noonan, Mary 83, 204, 105, 88, 112, 86, 89,
Noonan, Maureen 101, 113, 116, 82, 217
O'Daniel, Ronald 45
Oden, Pope 231
Odom, Michael 217
Ogletree, Joe 191
Ogletree, Troy 217
Oliver, Peggy 74, 103, 191
O'Meara, Kerry 83, 231
O'Neal, Bessie 116, 204
Opperman, Joseph 35, 178, 204
Ott, Jane 231
Otto, Mary 95, 204, 198, 109, 115
Outlaw, Bonnie 101, 82, 100, 110, 109, 90, 50,
125, 198, 204, 54, 00, 126
Owens, Barbara 231
Owens, Roy 120, 129, 130,191, 127
Pack, Sherl 191
Page, Connie 191, 98
Page, Debbie 82, 91, 90, 120, 217
Page, Gail 103, 192, 76
Palmer, Lester 204
Papageorge, Carol 86, 82, 88, 89, 101, 125,
217, 126, 141
Papageorge, John 192, 157, 107, 161, 165, 73,
76, 87, 93, 105, sa, 52, 178, 150, 139, 71, 142,
Parker, Dennis 217
Parkinson, Linda 192, 127
Parks, Charles 192
Parton, Linda 204
Parton, Terri 217
Patrick, Donna 82, 101, 192, 126, 76
Patrick, Duwayne 150, 107, 204
Patrick, Ken 231, 127
Patton, Ronnie 129, 130, 192, 127, 124, 123
Peck, Pam 204
Peddy, Carolyn 117, 217
Perdue, Daniel 192
Perkins, Deborah 231
Perry, Janice 116, 217
Peters, Paula 217
Peterson, Dennis 232
Peterson, Kathy 232, 127
Peterson, Richard 204, 126
Pettey, Carolyn 122, 217
Pettey, Douglas 232
Petty, Sara 101, 106, 217
Phillips, Charlotte 232
Phillips, Steve 129, 131, 204, 127
Pierce, Gregory 202, 94, 204, 127, 124
Pierce, Joann 217
Pilcher, Lanora 217
Pittman, Barry 192
Pittman, Cyndee 204
Pitts, John 232
Pizzolato, Michael 192
Pizzolato, Patricia 122
Pizzuto, Catherine 232
Plunkett, Gary 232
Plunkett, Tammie 232
Poland, Jeanie 217
Poland, Sandra 106, 111, 204
Pollard, Thomas 192
Pollard, William 131, 217
Ponder, Mark 204
Ponder, Susan 232
nay 122, 205, 55, 141
Poor, Kristy 120, 192
Pope, Sharon 90, 115, 192
Pope, Susan 82, 117, 232
r, Ray 113, 217
Pratt, Janice 114, 106, 120, 205
Price, Clayton 45, 205
Price, Lynn 218
Princinsky, Dennis 192
Prins, Debbie 232
Prothro, James 93, 105, 107, 163, 165, 160,
Provost, Sharon 117, 218
Quarles, Robert 205
Quinn, Sharon 118, 105, 101, 74, 72, 192, 76
Quinn, Theresa 119, 218, 124
Radziwan, Maryann 101, 105, 192
Ragsdale, Randy 205
Raley, John 150, 107, 218
Ratcliff, Janice 99, 192
Ratcliff, Joy 98, 218
Ratcliff, Russell 232
Ray, Richard 83, 107, 122, 232, 173
Ray, Sheryl 192, 120, 109
Reece, Nancy 115, 122, 94, 104, 205
Reed, Diana 218 1
Reed, Donna 192
Reed, Joseph 232 ,
Reed, Kathy 218 '
Reed, Nancy 192
Reed, Robert '
Reed, William 232
Reiter, Carl 131, 213, 127
Reiter, Robert 232
Remedes, James 122, 232, 173
Remedies, Mary 100, 114, 101, 120, 205
Remedies, Veronica 114, 232
Rholetter, Wenche 218
Rich, Debra 95, 105, 192
Richards, Annette 218
Richards, Don 205
Richardson, Alan 130, 218
Richardson, Carol 122, 232
Riddick, Christopher 111, 93, 105, 205
iddick, Michael 111, 232
iechman, Julie 232, 127
igdon, Janice 232
iordan, Debbie 113, 116, 218
obertson, Jack 218
obertson, John 232
obertson, Linn 218
obinson, Suzanne 116, 120, 205
cks, Mary 101, 111, 116, 120, 218
dgers, George 218
odgers, Georgie 192
odgers, Steven 130
oss, Donna 205
oss, Kim 233
sson, Joseph 96, 205
Sharpley, Clinton 233
Shaw, Deborah 218, 117
Sheagren, Chris 218, 177, 94, 127
Sheagren, Lynn 206, 105, 111
Shelmon, Ruby 218
Shepherd, Debra 233, 229
Shugrue, Deborah 206
Shultz, Marck 218, 212
Shumaker, Anthony 120
Stala, Susan 207, 126
Stanke, Gail 233
Statham, Susan 109, 233,
Stephens, Cindy 101, 109,
Stephens, Debra 219
220, 125, 111, 82,
Jack 206, 250, 145, 141
Cherrie 206, 203, 120
Sims, Cindy 219, 117
Simmons, Lester 45, 193
Simmons, Paula 219, 130, 106
Stephenson, Ray 207
Stevens, David 130, 220
Stevens, James 207
Stevens, John 177, 107, 194, 167
Leo 82, 182, 150, 107, 194, 135, 136
osson, Richard 233
Stevenson, Claire 233, 122
Stewart, Anita 220, 108, 114, 110, 126
ougeau, Francis 232, 127, 124
Simpkins, Deborah 233
ounds, George 130, 192
ounds, Linda 116, 218
oussel, Debra 218
uiz, David 112, 93, 177, 205
usk, Kathleen 192
ussell, Betty 218
ussell, Carol 120, 233
ussell, Valerie 210, 126
ussell, William 205
yan, Lillian 193
Slack, Terry 178, 154, 157, 93, 107, 193
Sliger, Sandra 219
Smally, Audrey 206
ale, Dale 150, 193, 107
alisbury, Debbie 205
ample, Glenda 205
amuel, Steven 233, 127, 124
an Angelo, Sam 218
an Angelo, Sandra 233
an Angelo, Toni 205, 122
anders, Carla 233
anders, David 193
anders, Debbie 233, 106
anders, Dorothy 193
anford, Leslie 233, 173
, Charlotte 117, 90, 116, 72, 193, 71
antaro, John 193
antoro, Patricia 218
artor, Judy 233
attelberg, Timothy 233
awyer, Kenneth 218, 150, 107
awyer, Kitty 193
carborough, John 218, 130, 127
chauwecker, Paula 206, 105, 110
chauarien, Steven 129,
cherer, Chester 126
hofield, Yvonne 233
105, 131, 193, 76
,Angela 206, 198, 105, 104, 101, 109
Smith, Ann 193
Smith, Becky 206, 115, 82, 110, 101, 114
Smith, Brian 219
Smith, Bruce 206, 127
Smith, Carroll 206, 96
Smith, Cathy 206, 119, 120, 121
Smith, Dennis 219
Smith, Gil 219, 150, 94, 107
Smith, Lynn 233
Smith, Gary 45
Smith, Marcia 219
Smith, Martha 233, 122
Smith, Mona 206, 96, 83
Smith, Monica 102, 182, 98, 103, 83, 193
Smith, Pamela 233
Smith, Peggy 194, 102, 103
Smith, Rhonda 219, 104, 124
Smith, Sandra 233
Smith, Sheila 98, 103, 194
Smith, Steve 206, 96
Smith, Susan 206, 202, 83
Smith, Vickie 206, 109
Smith, Wendall 233
Sneed, Cherly 233
Snyder, Jeff 219
Snyder, Sally 194
Stewart, Bobby 98, 102, 194, 103, 99
Stewart, William 45
Stinnett, Timothy 207, 105, 110, 83, 77
Stokely, Mike 194
Stoll, Christie 120, 121, 194
Stoll, Nancy 220, 223, 126
Stonebrook, Victor 233, 95
Stout, Mark 207, 111, 110
Strange, Debbie 98, 194
Strange, Evelyn 208, 103
Strange, Leon 233, 173
Strate, Charles 233
Strate, Glory 220
Strickland, Audrey 234
Sullivan, Debra 220, 117
chweizer, Kathy 193
chweitzer, Patricia 109, 233
corsone, Cindy 218, 114, 110, 117,
ott, Brenda 233
Scott, Derexa 233, 122, 116, 82
Sosbe, Charles 207, 130
Sosbe, Renee 219, 116
Sour, Robbie 96, 194
Sullivan, Judy 122, 117, 194
Swearengin, Carol 208, 122, 146
Sylvester, Ginger 234, 126
Talley, Cheryl 195
Tarver, Janice 83, 117, 195
Tatum, Gregg 94, 101, 105, 208, 127
Taylor, Bruce 194
Taylor, Charles 220
Taylor, Gary 96, 194
Taylor, Karen 105, 110, 111, 208
Taylor, Michael 96, 109, 195, 76
Taylor, Robert 234, 224
Taylor, Terry 234
Tauzin, Louise 82, 101, 105, 125, 195, 59, 12
Tejada, Maria 208
Telano, Becky 220
Spataro, Cynthia 207, 116, 114, 65, 59
Spataro, Phyllis 207, 96
Spataro, Sherry 207, 198, 104
Tennyson, Jackie 106, 220
Tennyson, Suzette 113, 116, 208
Terrell, Robert 220
Seale, Dedra 122, 193
Searles, Patti 218, 113, 116
Secrest, John 206, 177, 1
Seitz, Jerome 193
Spearman, Bridgette 116
Spearman, Jeri 233
Speed, Toni 219, 120
Spence, Kent 96, 194
Spencer, Patricia 207, 131
Terrell, William 105, 195
Terry, Cheryl 221
Terry, Veda 221
Thielmier, Gary 195
Thielmier, Mike 208
Self, Karen 206
Sellers, Pamela 206
Squyres, Rebecca 219
Shahan, Debra 233, 122
Spooner, Robert 207, 129, 130
Spradling, Conrad 194
Spradling, Randy 207, 107, 150, 178
stala, Paul 194, 127, 124
, Kathey 195
Thomas, James 221
Thomas, Leon 195
Tucker, vieki 101, 108, 122,208
Thomas, Mary 221
Thomas, Ronald 208
Thompson, Michael W. 150, 157
Thorn, Pam 106, 117, 221
Thrash, Danny 234, 173
Thrasher, Roger 221
Timms, David 93, 174, 208
Tolleson, Debra 117, 221
Tolleson, Vickie 98, 102, 103, 195
Tomlson, Michael 234
Toney, Danny 221
Toney, Wilburn 234
Townsend, Alicia 106, 208
Townsend, Laura 221
Tucker, Cynthia 122, 234
Tucker, Jimmy 234
Walters, Ferman 222
Walters, Peggy 98, 196
Walters, Vivi 222
Ward, Audrey 234
Ward, Carla 101, 100, 108, 222, 126
Ward, Lucy 103, 208
Ward, Michael 196
Ward, Stephen 111, 131, 222
Ward, Thomas 234
Ware, Mike 222
Warner, John 196
Warner, Mark 196, 107, 93, 150, 69, 142, 76
Watkins, Cheryl 110
Watkins, Patti 114, 117, 83, 234
Watlington, Debra 234
Watson, Carl 234
Watson, Charles D.
Watson, Charles P.
Watson, Clifford 235
Watson, Jim 129
Watson, Kathleen 222, 127
Watson, John 196
Watson, Susan 98, 196
Vickie 101, 105, 95, 208, 126
Wayne 122, 235
Turner, Carol 221
Turner, Donald 208
Turner, Janice 234
Turner, Vickie 122, 208
Tuttle, Jack 107, 150, 152, 159, 174, 195, 197,
Umling, Rose 7, 221, 125, 101, 111, 109, 108,
Underwood, James 221
Upton, Debbie 111, 234
Upton, Mark 111,208
Vailes, Jimmy 96
Vailes, Marty 221
Watts, John 196
Wayne, Vickie 122, 222
Weagley, Phyllis 196
Weathersby, Tommy 96, 196
Weaver, Gregory 196
Weaver, Tambra 116, 114, 235
Webb, James 196
Webb, Kelly 108,222
Webb, Sandra 95, 122, 108, 109, 110,
Webster, Carl 130, 222, 127
Webster, Ceriene 116,101, 122, 208, 108, 109
Webster, Raymond 222
Wehe, John 235, 173
Wehe, Kathleen 208
Weisel, Maribeth 235, 126
Wells, Dan 96, 208
Wells, Darla 235
Wells, James 222
Welsh, Marion 116, 235
Wharton, Joel 222, 127
Wharton, Mark 235, 127
White, David 105, 107, 93, 150, 208
Vergo, Christine 101, 106, 222, 147
Vergo, Theresa 208
Veuleman, William 195
Vice, Gregory 234
Villar, Angiol 222
Viviano, Janis 208
Wachtel, Julia 120, 195, 76
Wade, Eugenia 117, 195
Wade, James 83, 195, 234
Wade, Jeanne 127
Waddles, Hilda 116, 120, 222
Waggener, Elizabeth 195
Waggoner, Kathy 101, 108, 109, 222
Wall, Richard 107, 150, 208
Wall, Suzanne 234, 110
Wallace, Cynthia 108, 222, 126
Wallace, Jon 222
Waits, Karen 122, 234
Walsh, Kathryn 195
White, Debra 196
White, Mark 222, 150, 174, 107
White, Mike 93
White, Patricia 235
Whitehead, David 130, 222, 167, 171
, Mary 196
, Billy 110, 235
, Bob 209
, Carol 116, 235
Williams, Charles 222
Williams, Cynthia 222
Williams, Danny 222, 127
Williams, Ella 235
Williams, Gary 83, 209
Williams, Jim 197, 53, 150, 152, 163
Williams, Joe 197
Williams, Kenneth 130, 222, 167
Williams, Mike 212, 222
Williams, Ronnie 235
Williams, Steven 107, 150, 178, 209
Williams, Virginia 235
Wilson, Cynthia 222
Wilson, Deniece 222, 101, 83, 121, 82, 37 1
Wilson, Douglas 107, 235, 173
Wilson, Kathy 209
, Michael 209, 127
Wilson, Robert 223
Wilson, Robert 235
Wilson, Roger 235
Wilson, Victor 131, 150, 209, 167, 171
Wimberly, Jerry 130, 223
Winham, Allen 209
Winkler, Jan 197, 96
Winner, Stephen 131, 129, 223
Witt, Keven 223
Wittmer, Debbie 103, 98, 196
Woodman, Mark 223
Woods, Brenda 101, 110, 108, 223, 126
Woods, David 122, 235
Woods, Diana 235
, Donald 96, 197
, Douglas 173
Woods, James 197
Woods, Patti 223
Woods, Stephen 223
Wooden, Donna 197
Wren, Ginx, 107, 150, 174, 197
Wright, Carolyn 101, 105, 209, 126, 124
Wright, Debbie 98, 197
Wright, Monty 45, 209
Wynn, David 235
Wynn, Douglas 38, 223
Yates, Gary 197
Yates, Janice 235
Yates, Larry 131, 150, 209
Yore, Carrie 82
Yore, Michael 113, 209
Young, Cary 107, 120, 150, 223
Young, Jacquette 98, 103, 197, 76
Young, William 235
blood, Betty 209
Franky 96, 197
Johnny 122, 235
GINALD ABRAMS . . . Honor Roll 1,
ench Club 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 2, Vice
esident 3, 4, Naturalist Club 2, Mu Alpha
eta 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
esident 4, Student Council Senator 4,
DAC 4, Junior Achievement 4, Who's
ho Among American High School Students
DY ADAMS . . . Transfer Student, Pep
uad 2, 3, Captain 3, Assistant Head Cheer-
ader 4, Powder Puff Team 3, Concert
oir 3, 4, President 4, Solo Festival 3, Stu-
nt Council Representative 3, Girls' State
lternate 3, Beauty Pageant 3.
LECIA ALEXANDER . . . Band 1, Aska-
da Staff 2, 3, 4, Club Editor 2, Business
anager 3, CODAC 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3,
Who's Who Among American High School
tudents 3, 4, Leadership Conference 4,
hool Musical 4.
ATY LaBANDA BAILEY. . .Junior
edical League 1, 2, Reporter 2, Y-Teens 2,
BLA 3, 4, Reporter 4, Pep Squad 3, 4,
rum Corp 4, CODAC 3.
ARGIE BAKER . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-
eens 1, Student Council 2, 4, Senator 2,
ODAC 3, 4, Office Girl 4.
ORMA BALE . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Major-
te 2, 3, 4, Assistant Drum Majorette 4,
lass President 1, Student Council 1, 2, 4,
ice-President 4, T-Teens 2, Secretary 2,
ational Honor Society 3, 4, Quill and Scroll
, 4, Leo Club Sponsor 3, 4, Yearbook Staff
, 4, Editor 4, Yearbook Ad Staff 3, 4, Soci-
ty of Outstanding American High School
tudents 3, 4, March of Dimes Chairman 3,
nited Fund Co-chairman 3, CODAC 3, 4,
ffice Girls 3, Outstanding Teenagers of
merica 4, Most Likely to Succeed 4, Opti-
ist Award 4, Who's Who Among American
igh School Students 4, Senior Homecoming
llaid 4, Pelican State Delegate 4.
ERILYN BARKER . , . Band 1, 2, 3, Y-
Teens 2, COE 4.
ICHARD D, BARNETTE . . . Transfer
tudent, Band 2, 3, 4, Leo Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-
resident 4, Leo Basketball Team 4, Wind
nsemble 4, Stage Band 4, Spanish Club 2,
IAREN BECK . . . Pep Squad 2, 3, Drum
orp 3, Spanish Club 2, CODAC 3, COE 4,
d Staff 4, FSA 4.
,AURA BEDGOOD . . . Transfer Student,
bm 3, DECA 4, NHS 4.
PEGGY BELL. . . FHA 2, DECA 4.
KATHY BOOKTER. . . Y-Teens 1, 2,
Dffice Worker 2, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Busi-
mess Manager 4, Yearbook Ad Staff 3, 4,
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, Treasurer 4, Student Council Senator 4,
Beta Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Northwest-
:rn Scholastic Rally 3, Vikings For Christ 4,
adership Conference Delegate 4, Who's
ho Among High Schoof Seniors in Louisi-
na 4, DAR Good Citizens Award Winner 4,
The Society of Outstanding American High
School Students 4.
YVETTE BOURGEOIS . . . Dramatics Club
2, COE 4, FBLA 4, FSA 4, Program Chair-
KATHY BRAGG . . . Pep Squad 4.
KIM BYERS . . . Transfer Student, Band 3,
4, Northwestern Rally 3, Beauty Pageant
RON CALKINS . . . Fellowship of Cdristian
Athletes 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track
1, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 1, Intramural
Basketball 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer of Vis-
ual Aids Club 1, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
Staff 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, National
Honor Society 4.
PHILIP CARAMIA . . . Student Council 1,
2, 4, Senator 1, Representative 2, 4, Interact
Club 1, 2, 4, Secretary 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Intramural Basketball 1, 2, Musical 3, 4,
Who's Who Among High School Students 3,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Honor
Society 4, National High School Long Hair
Award 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4.
MARY CHAPMAN . . . Y-Teens 2, Pep
Squad 3, FSA 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary
4, COE 4, President 4.
CINDY CHRISMAN . . . French Club I, 3,
4, Forensic Club 2, Pep Squad 3, 4, Office
Worker 3, 4, Powder Puff 3, Northwestern
Scholastic Rally 3, CODAC 3.
DENISE COLVIN . . . Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4,
Drum Corps 2, 3, Captain 3, Lt. Colonel 4, Y-
Teens 1, 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3,
Reporter 3, Beauty Pageant 3, CODAC 3,
Office Worker 3.
STEPHANIE LEN CORLEY . . . Band 1, 2,
3, French Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, CODAC 3,
TINA COVELL . . . B Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4,
FTA 2, Office Worker 2, 4, CODAC 3.
STEVE DOOLEY Transfer Student,
Sophomore Football, Varsity Football 3, 4,
FCA 2, 3, 4, CODAC 3.
MARY ELLEN DWORCZYK . . . FHA 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary 4, Library Club 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4, Office Worker 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Lead-
ership Delegate 4, Nominee for Outstanding
American High School Students 4.
PATTIE EDWARDS . . . Pep Squad 2, 3,
FHA 2, FSA 3, 4, COE 4.
GLENDA EMMONS . . . Band 1, Y-Teens 1,
2, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Drum Corps 3, 4, Lieu-
tenant 4, Beauty Pageant 3, 4, Top Thirteen
4, CODAC 3, Yearbook Ad Staff 4, Office
TIM ERMES . . . Viking Warrior for Aska-
lada 2, 4, Student Council 3, 4, CODAC 3,
Homecoming Parade Committee Chairman 4.
PAM FAHNESTOCK . . . Spanish Club 2, 3,
4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, Spanish
National Honor Society 4, DECA 4.
KATHY FALKNER . . . Y-Teens 1, 2, Pep
Squad 3, 4, Captain 4, Yearbook Ad Staff 3,
FBLA 3, Office Worker 4.
MERRI FREEMAN . . . Y-Teens 1, 2, Social
Chairman 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Drum Corps 3,
Student Council 2, Spanish Club 2, Drama
Club 3, Powder Puff Football 3, Office
Worker 4, Girls Glee Club 4.
SUZANNE GILBERT . . . Pep Squad 1, 2,
3, Lieutenant 2, Homecoming Maid 1, 4, Y-
Teens 1, 2, Vice President 1, Beauty Pageant
1, 2, Office Worker 3, 4, Class Favorite 3, 4.
CLARK GIVENS . . . Transfer Student,
Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, All City 4, All Dis-
trict 4, Basketball 2, Varsity Baseball 3,
FCA 3, 4, Student Council 4.
GAYLEEN GOAD . . . Spanish Club 2, 3,
CODAC 3, 4.
KAYLEEN GOAD . . . Spanish Club 2, 3,
Library Club 4, Mu Alpha Theta 4, FSA 4,
CODAC 4, Beauty Pageant 4.
CHERYL GOSNELL . . . Transfer Student,
Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 4, CODAC 3, 4, Y-
MANUEL GOTTARDI . . . Spanish Honor
Society 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Student Council Representative 3, ROTC
Finance Officer 4.
KATHY GREEN . . . Transfer Student,
Spanish Club 2, 3, Spanish Honor Society 3,
4, Who's Who Among American High School
Students 3, 4, Vice President of Spanish
Honor Society 4.
CONNIE GREER Y-Teens 1, Office
Worker 2, French Club 4.
SHERYL HAMMETT . . , Transfer Stu-
dent, FHA 3, 4, Song Leader 3, Treasurer 4,
NHS Nominee 3, Junior Achievement 3, 4-H
Club 3, Library Club 4, CODAC 4.
DIANE HART . . . FHA 2, FSA 3, 4, Pow-
der Puff Football 3, COE 4, Office Worker
CHERYL HARVILLE . . . Y-Teens 1,
Beauty Pageant 1, 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4,
NHS 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 4, Drum Corps 4,
CODAC 3, Miss Merry Christmas 4, Student
Council Representative 4, Key Club Sponsor
STEVE HAYNES . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Freshman 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable
Player 3, 4, All City 4, All-District 4, All-
Southern 4, Permanent Team Captain 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 4, Freshman 1, Varsity 2, 4,
Student Council Representative 1, FCA 1, 2,
3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Class Favorite 2, Golf
Team 3, Viking Warrior 3, NHS 3, 4, Who's
Who Among American High School Students
3, Optimist Award 4, Pelican S elegate
4, Mr. AHS 4.
VALERIE HEYEN . . . Transfer.Student,
FBLA 4, Treasurer 45 Honor Roll 45 Library
Worker 45 COE 4.
BRUCE HILL. . . CODAC 4.
LIBBY HOLMBERG . . . Transfer Student5
French Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 NHS 3, 45
Yearbook Ad Staff 35 Student Council 4.
TERESA HOWINGTON. . .FSA 3, 4,
President 45 Parliamentary Procedure 35
DEBBIE HUCKABEE FHA 45 Key
Club Sponsor 45 Beauty Pageant 4.
CHERIE HUMPHREY . . . Y-Teens 1, 2, 35
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Drum Corps 3, 45 French
Club 3, 4, Secretary 35 CODAC 35 Office
ROBERT ALLEN JOHNSON . . . Football
1, 25 Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3,
45 Stage Band 35 FCA 1, 2, 3, 45 Track Team
1, 2, 35 Interact Club 2, 3, 4, President 4.
STARLA JONES. . .Transfer Student5
Beauty Pageant 45 Office Worker 4.
MARK KELLY . . . FCA 1, 2, 3, 4, Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman 1, Varsity 2, 3, 45 Track
Team 15 Band 1.
DONNA CELESTE KERRY . . . Band 1, 2,
35 Jr. Medical League 15 Student Council
Senator 2, 45 NHS 3, 45 French Club 35
CODAC 3, 45 Northwestern Rally 3, 45 Who's
Who Among American High School Students
35 DECA 4.
CARLISS LAFITTE . . . Mixed Choir 15 Y-
Teens 1, 25 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Corps
2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Forensic Club 25 NHS 3, 45
Student Council 35 CODAC 35 Office Worker
JAMES LAIRD . . . DECA 4.
MARY ANN LAIRD . . . Library Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4.
ROBERT .LESIKAR . . . Track 15 Football
1, 2, 3, 45 FCA 1, 2, 3, 45 NSU Craftsmar1's
Fair 1, 2, 35 Leo Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. '
PATTY LIVINGSTON . . . Pep Squad 1,
Spanish Club 2, Treasurer 25 CODAC 35
FHA 4, Historian 45 NHS 4.
GAIL LOCKWOOD . . . Pep Squad 1, 2,
Drum Corps 25 Y-Teens 1, 2.
SANDRA LODESTRO . . . Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,
Office Worker 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Student
Council Representative 4.
DON LONG . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 35
Leo Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President
45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 45 Homecoming Escort
3, 45 Student Council Senator 45 Musical 4.
SUSAN LOUGHNER . . . Photo Club 1, 2,
Secretary 25 FHA 3.
BRENDA LOVE . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Major-
ette 2, 3, 4, Ass't Drum Majorette 2, 3, Drum
Majorette 45 Class President 2, 35 Student
Council 2, 3, 4, President 45 Y-Teens 25 Class
Favorite 25 Beauty Pageant 3, 4, Second
Runner-up 45 Honorary City Official 35
Nominee for Outstanding Teenager of
America 3, 45 Society of Outstanding Ameri-
can High School Students 3, 4, Scholarship
Semifinalist 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Stage
Band for Musical 35 Student Council Conven-
tion 3, 45 CODAC 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 3, 4,
Ad Staff 3, 45 Homecoming Maid 3, Home-
coming Queen 45 NHS 3, 45 Powderpuff
Football 35 Miss AHS 45 Best Citizen 35
Walk for Fund Co-chairman 4, Muscular
Dystrophy Chairman 45 Who's Who Among
High School Students 45 Pelican State Alter-
nate 45 Student Council Workshop at NLU 4.
WILLIAM E. LUNSFORD JR. . . . Transfer
Student5 Northwestern Scholastic Rally 25
Football 2, 35 FCA 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 35 Indus-
trial Arts Club 2, 35 Louisiana Delegate to
Youth Congress 3, 45 Louisiana Ciurtan
Leadership Seminar Delegate 45 ROTC 45
MARSHA LYNN MARKOW . . . Transfer
Student5 Pep Squad 25 NHS 3, 45 Beta Club
3, 4, Vice President 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4,
Secretary-Treasurer 45 French Club 3, 4,
Parliamentarian 45 CODAC 3, 45 Who's Who
Among American High School Students 3, 45
Northwestern Scholastic Rally 35 Drama
Club 45 AFJROTC 4, Information Officer 4,
Honor Guard 45 Key Club Sponsor 45 Beauty
Pageant 45 Society of American High School
CECELIA MATHIS . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Officer 2, 45 Y-Teens 25 Interact Club Spon-
sor 25 Student Council Senator 2, 35 Vice
President of Senior Class5 Beauty Pageant 45
CATHY McALLISTER FHA 15 Pep
Squad 1, 2, 35 FTA 45 Y-Teens 25 Concert
MIKE McCONATHY . . . Student Council 1,
35 FCA 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Class Secretary 45
Boys' State Delegate 45 Who's Who Among
High School Seniors 45 Best Citizen 45
Homecoming Escort 4.
DON MCCONNELL. . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Leo
Club 2, 3, 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 45 Stage
Band 3, 45 Who's Who Among High School
Students 45 Musical 4, Stage Manager5
National Honor Society 4.
SONNY McCOY . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 45 All-Dis-
trict Band 3, 45 All-Star Marching Band 35
Key Club 2, 35 Leo Club 45 Who's Who in
American High Schools 3, 45 Leadership Del-
egate 25 Quill and Scroll 2, 3, 45 Newspaper
2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 45 Boys'
State Delegate 35 Who's Who Among La.
High School Seniors 45 Outstanding Teen-
ager of America 45 National Honor Society
GARY McDONIEL . . . Band 15 Leo Club 3,
STEVE MCGEE . . . Key Club 25 National
Merit Semi-Finalist 45 Who's Who Amo
American High School Students 4.
LAURA McKNIGHT . . . Band 1, 2, 3,
Officer 25 Stage Band 3, 45 All-District Bal
3, 45 All-State Band 45 Junior Medic
League 15 Y-Teens 15 Student Council 2,
Representative 2, Secretary 45 Beta Club
3, 4, President 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 lt-
Alpha Theta 3, 45 National Honor Society
4, Vice-President 45 Askalada Staff 3,
CODAC 45 Interact Club Sponsor 45 Beau
Pageant 45 Girls' State Alternate 4.
JAMES MILES . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Footba
15 ROTC 4.
DEBBIE MIZELL . . . Student Council
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Choir 2, 35 P-
Squad 35 Interact Sponsor 4.
MARK MORGAN . . . Student Council 1,
Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Visual Ai'
Club 15 Football 1, Track 15 FCA 1.
PAM MOSELEY . . . CODAC 3, 45 FBLA
Who's Who Among American High Scho-
Students 45 Y-Teens 4.
MARGARET ANN MOSER . . . Pep Squa
1, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant 3, Captain 45 Newsp
per Staff 3, 45 Northwestern Scholastic Ral
3, 45 State Rally 35 Quill and Scroll 3,
National Honor Society 3, 45 Mu Alpl
Theta 45 Musical 4.
MARY MURRAY . . . Y-Teens 15 Band 1,-
Pep Squad 1, 2, 35 CODAC 25 Choir Gln
Club 3, Concert 45 Musical 45 FHA -
TERRY NELSON . . . Y-Teens 15 Nortl
western Rally 1, 2, 35 National Honor So
ety 3, 45 Spanish Honor Society 3, 45 Bea
Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,
Reporter 45 FBLA 35 Society of Outstandin
High School Students 45 Student Council -
Representative 45 CODAC 4, School Coord
nator 45 Scholarship Semi-Finalist in th
Society of Outstanding High School Stl
RICHARD JOHN NICOLO, JR .... Fooi
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Viking Award 45 Track 1, I
FCA 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Newspape
Staff 45 Viking-Warrior 4.
PEGGY OLIVER . . . Student Council l
Pep Squad 1, 2, 35 Beauty Pageant 1, 2, 35 Y
Teens 1, 25 Newspaper Staff 15 French Clu
35 Jamboree Queen 45 FSA 25 Office Girls 41
SHERL PACK , . . Powder Puff Football 3
Office Girls 4.
GAIL PAGE . . . FSA 3, 4, Recording Secre
tary 45 National Honor Society 3, 4.
JOHN PAPAGEORGE . . . FCA 1, 2, 3, 4
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Vice-Presi
dent 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholasti
Award 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Ke5
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Quill am
Scroll 3, 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Yearbool
Staff 3, 45 Society of Outstanding Americai
High School Students 35 National Hono
iety 3, 45 FCA National Conference 35
oys' State Alternate 45 Most Likely to
ceed 45 Musical 45 Who's Who of Ameri-
n High School Students.
INDA KAY PARKINSON . . . Band 1, 2,
ONNA PATRICK . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Beta
lub 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Y-
eens 25 Powder Puff Football 35 Student
ouncil Senator 3, 45 CODAC 3.
ENEE POPE . . . Y-Teens 1, 25 Band 15
ep Squad 3, 4, Drummer 45 Newspaper
taff 3, 4, Exchange Editor 3, 45 Beauty
ageant 2, 45 Office Girls 4.
HARON QUINN . . . Pep Squad 1, 2, 3,
aptain 2, Second Major 35 Y-Teens 1, Trea-
rer 15 Student Council 2, 3, Outstanding
enator 25 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor
ociety 3, 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 45 Beauty
ageant 35 CODAC 35 Powder Puff Football
5 Head Cheerleader 45 Girls' State Delegate
5 Outstanding Teenager of America 4.
ARYANN E. RADZIWAN . . . FBLA 35
ODAC 45 Beta Club 45 Mu Alpha Theta 4.
ANICE RATCLIFF . . . Library Club 15
ep Squad 2, 3, Program Committee 3, 45
panish Club 25 FHA 35 COE 4.
HERYL ANN RAY . . . Choir 1, 2, 3, 4,
oncert 2, 3, 45 Musical 2, 3, 45 CODAC 3, 45
rama Club 45 Beauty Pageant 45 National
onor Society 4.
ANCY REED . . . COE 45 FSA 4.
EBRA RICH . . . Choir 2, 3, 4, All-State
horus 35 Musical 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4,
resident 45 National Honor Society 3, 45
ibrary Club 4.
LLEN DALE SALE . . . Football 1, 2, 3,
5 FCA 1, 2, 3, 45 Leo Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-
reasurer 35 National Honor Society 3, 4.
HARLOTTE SANTORO . . . Y-Teens 1, 2,
ecretary 1, Vice-President 25 Pep Squad 1,
, 3, 4, Captain 2, Captain 3, Colonel 45
ewspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council
, 2, Senator 1, 2, Outstanding Senator 1, 25
irls' State Delegate 45 Quill and Scroll 4.
ITTY SAWYER . . . Photo Club 15 Pep
quad 1, 2, 3, 4, Drummer 2, 3, 45 FHA 2, 3,
reasurer 35 Y-Teens 25 CODAC 3, 45 Beauty
ageant 35 Office Girls 3, 4.
TEVE SHAVRIEN . . . Golf Team 25 Mu
lpha Theta 3, 45 National Honor Society 3,
5 Naturalist Club.35 ROTC 4, Squadron
ommander 4, Rifle Team 4.
EDRA SEALE . , . Pep Squad 1, 2, Drum
orp 25 Y-Teens 1, 25 Student Council 1, 25
omecoming Maid 25 Leo Club Sponsor 2.
ONICA SMITH . . . Band 1, 2, 3, Lieuten-
nt 35 Y-Teens 25 Student Council Senator 35
ational Honor Society 3, 45 Powder Puff
ootball 35 Representative 45 FSA 4: COE 45
Treasurer 45 FBLA 4, President 45 Beauty
LEO STEVENS . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Stu-
dent Council Representative 15 Band 1, 2, 3,
45 Interact Club 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3,
Vice President 45 Merits Who's Who 3, 45
National Honor Society 45 Boys' State Alter-
BOBBIE STEWART . . . FSA 3, 4, Histo-
rian 45 FBLA 4, Vice-President 45 COE 4.
CHRISTIE STOLL . . . Y-Teens 1, 25 Stu-
dent Council Representative 15 Pep Squad 2,
3, Drummer 35 Girls' Glee Club 3, Reporter
35 CODAC 35 Powderpuff Football 35 Office
Girls 45 Concert Choir 4, Treasurer 45 Beauty
DEBBIE STRANGE FHA 1, 25 Pep
Squad 1, 2, 3, Program Committee 1, Lieu-
tenant 2, Drum Corps 35 Y-Teens 25 CODAC
35 Office Girls 35 Powderpuff Football 35
COE 45 FSA 4.
JAN TARVER . . . Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4,
Lieutenant 2, Captain 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35
Student Council Representative 2, 3, 45
CODAC 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 March of
Dimes 1, 4, Representative for Airline 45
Powderpuff Football 35 Beauty Pageant 4.
LOUISE TAUZIN Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Majorette 4, Sweetheart 45 Y-Teens 1, 25
Student Council 1, 4, Senator 1, 45 Beta Club
2, 3, 45 Secretary 35 Powderpuff Team 35
All-District Band 35 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 45
National Honor Society 3, 45 Interact Club
Sponsor 45 Beauty Pageant 45 Who's Who in
American High School Students.
MIKE TAYLOR . . . Football 15 Track 15
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society
3, 45 Who's Who Among High School Stu-
dents 3, 45 Drama Club 4, Vice-President 45
Musical Publicity Chairman 45 DECA 4.
GARY THIELMIER . . . Intramural Bas-
ketball 1, 25 Honor Roll 1, 2, 4.
VICKIE TOLLESON . . . Pep Squad 2, 35
FSA 3, 45 FHA 25 COE 45 FBLA Parliamen-
JACK TUTTLE . . . Student Council 2, 3,
Senator 25 FCA 2, 3, 45 Leo Club 2, 35 Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4, Permanent Captain 45 Baseball 2,
35 Basketball 25 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 45
National Honor Society 4.
JULIA WACHTEL . . . Choir 1, 2, 3, 4,
Accompanist I, 2, 3, Concert 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens
1, 25 Chaplain 25 Christian Fellowship Group
Secretary 25 National Honor Society 3, 4,
Secretary 45 CODAC 35 FSA 35 Office Girls
45 Vikings for Christ 3, 4.
EUGENIA TAIN WADE . . . Band 15 Y-
Teens 1, 25 Beauty Pageant 15 Pep Squad 3,
4, Lieutenant 45 FBLA 3, Reporter 35
CODAC 35 French Club 35 Powder Puff
Football 35 Office Girls 4.
PEGGY WALTERS . . . Transfer Student5
Pep Squad 35 Beauty Pageant 3, 45 COE 4.
MARK WARNER . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 45
FCA 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Track 15 Indus-
trial Arts Club 1, 25 Key Club 2, 3, 45
National Honor Society 3, 45 Boys' State
JOHN WATTS . . . Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45
Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Beta Club 3, 45
Spanish Club 3, 45 Naturalist Club 3.
SANDRA ELAINE WEBB . . . Transfer
Student5 FTA 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3, Presi-
dent 45 Merits Who's Who 3, 45 Library Club
45 Vikings For Christ 45 Drama Club 45
CODAC 4. '
JANET WYNELL WINKLER. . . Pep
Squad 1, 2, 35 FHA 25 DECA 4.
DEBBIE WITTMER . . . FHA 25 COE 45
GINX WREN . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Trea-
surer 15 FCA 1, 2, 3, 45 Interact Club 1, 25
Track 15 Baseball 2, 35 Student Council 1, 25
Golf Team 2.
DEBBIE WRIGHT . . . Choir 2, 35 FTA 2, 35
JUDY A. WRIGHT . . . Y-Teens 1, 2, Presi-
dent 25 Student Council 1, 2, 3, Senator 1, 2,
Representative 35 Class Treasurer 2, 35
Homecoming Maid 25 Beta Club 2, 3, Secre-
tary 35 Band 1, 2.
JACQUETTE YOUNG . . . Library Club 15
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